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BEECHWORTH STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

BEECHWORTH STOCK MARKET Messrs. F. T. Moore and Co. report having held their fortnightly sale at Beech worth on Wednesday, when they had a full supply yarded. There was a moderate attendance of buyers, but bidding was without animation, and prices showed a decline. Light weight bullocks brought up to £5 Is ; cows, to £4 ; vealers, to 35s. They sold drafts from Messrs. Barton, Briggs, Grarbeline,^ Hodge, Vodden and others. Fat Sheep. — They sold wethers, from 8s to lis 3d; store lambs, to 3s 6d; pigs solo up to 27s 6d.

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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

Our Melbourne Letter. ? :o: ? (From Our Own Correspondent.) The appointment of a gentleman to fill the post of Chief Secretary gave Mr Munro a vast amount of trouble. There were so many hungry appli cants for the billet that the poor man was nearly driven out of his senses. Staunch teetotaller as he is, he might be excused if he took to drink — to his national beverage. Even in that case, however he would be confronted with a difficulty. As a protectionist he would be expected to drink colonial whisky, whereas, privately, he might prefer one of the numerous brands manufactured in Scotland. The Hon'bie Frank now goes to . business in a bell-topper and a black j suit, and even the voutliful Peacock I giggles, less when he meets in council. ! As for the older stagers they are i terribly in earnest, and cling to the Premier's skirts with a tenacity that threatens to demolish the coat. Fortunately an event happened that opened a way of escape for the distracted and persecuted Premier. Mr...

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GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

GRAIN MARKET. Messrs Dalgety and Co. Limited re port : — We held our weekly sale of grain, and offered a catalogue of about 4000 bags of various descrip tions of grain. There was a good attendance of buyers, and with fair competition we succeeded in placing the larger portion of the catalogue at the following prices : — W heat : Prime milling realised from 4s 7^d to 4s lOd ; medium, 4s 0|-d to 4s 6d ; inferior and faulty (none offered) ; nominal value 3s to 3s 6d. Oats : Stout up to 2s 9d ; Tartarian, 2s 0|d to 2s 4|d ; Algerian up to 2s 2d ; Danish, 2s 0^d to 2s 3^d. Barley : No prime malting offered; medium quality do, 2s 8d to 2s 9d ; Cape, Is 9d to 2s Id. Maize 3s Id. Peas, 2s 7d. | Although the price of wheat in Melbourne closed firm last week at 5s per bushel, on Wednesday morn ing (says the ' Standard') the market showed a decidedly weaker feeling. Sellers still ask the top price, bat no business is being done at the figure. Bayers offer 4s lOd and 4s lid, and we hear of seve...

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Wod[?] Court Of Mines. Wedneday, April 22. (Before His Honor Judge Hamilton. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

. ^W&dQnB.aJDourJLJ$fJMtities, , .vf - ^Wednesday, Aprilx2!^ ^Ison' ¥'? ^3^akk^TJ-r!s ? ^ This was T-; W! .a;p£&I' -'byf W.^^;^bin^n -a decision by Mr' Warden Rowan in tlie Betkanga Warden's Court in. ''November last, dismissing a com plaint against tlie defendant for trespass on a machine site claimed toy itoDmson. Mr Isaacs and Mr Edmondson, in structed by Mr Mills, ^appeared for tlie appellant. Mt Emerson announced tbat lie ap peared to take exception. His Honor asked Mr Emerson for ?whom he appeared. . Mi' Emerson wa-s inclined to evade the question, and asked to be allowed to explain. His Honor said Mr Emerson was appearing for nobody, aud he could not hear him. If the respondent In ankervis would object, he would hear his objection. Mr Emerson remarked that lie desired to cite a case to establish his right to speak. His Honor: Then I positively are fuse to hear you. Mr Emerson: Will your Honor make a note of what I have to say ? His Honour : Then I'll not make ...

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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

Church Notices. The following are the service arrange ments in connection with the different denominations for Sunday next : — WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. W. H. Ferbek. Stoney Creek, 1 ] a.m. Buffalo River, 3 p.m. Myrtleford, 7 p.m. Mr. Bowie, of Beechworth. Yackandandah, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

WANTED. A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT for the country ; small family ; good wages. Apply Mrs. F. W. STILES. Shire , of Yackandandah. Tenders ADDRESSED to the President, will be received until Ten o'clock on THURSDAY, the Four teenth day of May, 1891, for the undermentioned works : — Foj Repairs to Bridge at Mrs Nohilly's. For Blinding Metal in P. Mann's Lane. For Road Works, Dederang Road For Clearing Road, &c., Tan gambalanga. For Gravelling Road, Gundow ring. For Handrailing Bridge in Henry Lane. For Road Words at Beethang. Plans and Specifications at the Shire Office, from the Ninth day of May, to the 14th May, 1891. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. By order of the Council. J. MOLYNFUX, Shire Secretary. Shire Office, May 1st, 1891. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. I beg to notify the public of Yackandandah and District, that I have sold the business so success fully carried on by me during the past two years to Mr. Jno. Dekny, and while thanking the public for the many fa...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. REV. T.J. WRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

CHURCH of ENGLAND. Rev. T. J. Weight. Yackandandah. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Allan's Flat, 3 p.m.

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Johnston and Wilson to be hung. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

John ston and Wilson to he hung, j ? ? ? I ? A long meeting of the Executive Council was held \ on Tuesday, con sideration being given to. the , cases of JarneS Johnston and John Wilson, H alias ^ Franks Spearin,; Who were con- ' demned to ; death at the last criminal sittings of , the Supreme , Court at Ballarat. the former for murdering i his wife, and the latter for a criminal assult upon a . young . . child. Mr Justice Webb, the presiding judge in bo^h cases, was present while they being considered. In regard to ? Johnston, who had murdered his children as well as his wife, and afterwards attempted to commit suicide by poisoning himself, a peti tion Was received from 41 Melbourne medical men praying for the appoint ment of a medical board to inquire into the mental condition of the prisoner. The circumstances of the case were fully considered, with the result that the conclusion was ar rived at that there could be no doubt as to the sanity of. the prisoner when . he committed th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

I v.v.c.c. O T I C E MONDAY— Parade. THURSDAY, 7th May, 4p.m. — Target Practice. H. HAY WARD, Officer-in-Charge. DEATH CRAM BROOK, — On the 29th April, 1891. Henry Crambrook, of Bell's Flat, Yack andandah. Aged, 68 years. ( With Supplement.') PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1891.

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WAYSIDE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

^ -.r. ' WA YSIDE A OTES. If- if'; : V ? : ; j ?v^Th!cti hitherto impregnable ? Yack. J has „ been ^t last, stormed.^y a. -the,'. SaivS.ti6n ;,'r 'blast' of trumpets and ii'ombqhes *'annouhced their arrival on Monday evening. They paraded by . the town headed by a captainess (I suppose that is feminine gender), and then came the brass band. That trombone, however, might fcaye smashed several windows, it was so loud and strong. * * * The meeting throughout was very orderly, aud at the conclusion the Captain paid a tribute of their ap preciation. Tbey had received a rather discouraging description of Yackandandah, and came prepared for a proper ' gruelling.' But they were pleasingly disappointed, * * * * The town of Bright must be a notch j lower in the estimation of the Harmy, i judging by the following that ap peared in the War Cry : — The author of the paragraph is 'Major Graham : — ' Bright well deserves its name' so far as its natural beantv is concerned. It is a lovely spot, fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

? Auctions. ? ? ? ' T. A. Knaggs. T. A, Knaggs, i AUCTIONEER, MYRTLEFORD. HAS Several Valuable Properties for I Private Sale in various parts of the j Kiewa and Ovens River Districts. REGULAR SALES of LIVE STOCK held in MYRTLEFORD EVERY ALTERNATE TUESDAY. DEDERANG QUARTERLY SALE. IsTEXT WEDNESDAY, May 6th. I' ENTRIES are requested at once, so 1 that due publicity may be given. Entries already received — Fat and Store Bullocks. A Quantity of Young Stock Further Entries Invited. T. A. KNAGGS, 1 Auctioneer, Myrtleford. j FOE PRIVATE SALE. ' FARM at Kinchington's Creek' containing about 235 acres. Apply T. A. KKAGrGrS, Auctioneer, Dederang. I J. W. Thwaites & Go. i T W. THWAITES & CO. will hold ( f) « SALES of LIVE STOCK as | under: — TACKANDANDAH MARKET.— Mon- day, Majr lltb. ESKDALE, monthly market, Monday, May, 18th, 1891. CORRYONG, monthly market, Saturday, May 23rd. T ALL ANGATTA SPECIAL HORSE SALE. — Early in June. Persons having Stock for any of these Sales are re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

hotel; ; ' %r .' . ' i'~ ? ? . . . ^ POST OFFICE.) - V . OLD ^ E i) COM MERCIAL ?. HOUSE. : Frank Efitra - Proprietor. BEGS ''^iiOTi^lpla' *jS? the Public geu&Sily' for support a&dordeci IkiM- in tbe past) *}-a °i' strict attention to their requii4uients to Jjeceivti ja fair measure i Ot A' First-class Cuisine Guaranteed. Only the -Best Brands of Ales, Wines and - Spirits kept. w,-.^ f rirst^class Sample ' Room Bath, &c. , Superior Alcoek's iiiliiaid Table. Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. .BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND : , LOWES COACHES. & STAR HOTEL, lACliANDAN L'AH. -P. McDermott - Proprietor, DESIRES to intimate to iiis numerous . fritiin j of Yactandandali aud public generally, . ,mi lie lias taken tlie aoove v\ ell tnoivu liOicv-lry, aud trusts by strict atten tion to the requirements of nis patrons tc receive a fair share oi' support. IFirtt-class Accommodation for Travellers Best Brands ot Ales, Wines and j Spin ts only kept.' Vackaiidandah S...

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Commercial. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

Commercial* MELBOURNE LI VE STOCK REPORT Fat Sheep.— 26,000 yarded. A fair proportion, consisted of good to prime qualities, including more prime heavy crossbreds than usual. For good trade lots lost week's rates were maintained, while middling descrip tions wiere dull of sole, but no altera- ; tion in values can be quoted. Prime ; crossbred wethers, from 15s to 18s, j according to weight and quality, a j few extra to 22s 6d ; prime crossbred | ewes, from 12s to 14s 6d, a few extra j to 16s ; prime merino wethers, from 12s to 14s ; extra do, do, to 15s ; good do. do from 10s to lis ; middling and inferior, from 7s to 8 s ; prime merino ewes, from 8s to 10s, according to weight and quality. Fat Lambs. — 6500 were penned. The demand was brisk at fully last week's quotations. Prime sold at 10s to 15s; a few extra from 12s 6d to 15s ; good 8s 6d to 9s 6d ; mid dling and inferior from 6s. ? i Fat Cattle. — There we-e only 1600 yarded, c '(uprising 250 from New S -u.th Wales. 900 from the...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

Stanbury beat M'Lean in the scull ing match for the championship of the world, on Tuesday, by six lengths. Mr. Robertson, chairman of direc tors of Goldsborough, Mort -& Co., predicts a heavy clip of woOl next season. Government servants, and those ?who have held office in the Cabine generally accumulate a good deal of property. Mr. 'Watson, engineer-in- j chief, , died leaving £63,000, and Mr. i Laogridge £22,580, and yet civil ser vants get pensions. The .epidemic of inflaenza is spread-: ing in England. A great number of deaths have occurred at Stockport, Pontefraef,.Mid -Lincoln. ' General Booth proposes to spend thfe ' legacy of £70,000 recently left to tlie Sal- j -vation Army fay a widow of Glasgow, named Mrs Bell, on the erection of a Salvation Army Temple in London. ?-

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POLICE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

POLICE. COURTS. The following are Mr Rowan's appoint' meats at tbe undermentioned Courts dur ing the. year. He will also attend addi tional days when practicable YACKANDANDAH — Mondays, 11 o'clock on February 2, March 2, April 13 May 14, June 1, July 6, August 10, September 7, October 12, November 2 and December 14. MITTA MITTA.— Tuesdays, 9.30 a.m. on February 10, April 7, June 9, Aug. 4, October 6, Decrmber 8 KIEWA — Wednesdays, 2 p.m., on Feb. 4, April 1, June 3, August 5, October 7. December 9. Mb. PERRY, of Beechworth^ will visit Yackandandah, on the dates appointed by the Policte Court Magistrate. ' J Petty Sessions, Kiewa^— First Wednesday in each ] month. I Mitta Mitta — Every Tuesday- i Stanley — Second and fourth Tues- 1 day in each month. Yackandandah— Ereiy Monday at II a.m. ? The body of a woman terribly mutilated has been discovered in New York. The crime in many of its aspects resembles those committed in London some time back, and attribu | ted to ' Jack the Ripper.'...

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GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

GAZETTE. ? .\J. ? ? Application for Water-right Licence — Tbe Wallaee-Bs thanga Mining and Smelt ing Company Limited, 2* lr 26p, Bethanga. Mining leases awaiting execution — Ah Fee, A.h Foon, and Nam Sliiufr, Yackan dandah, 10a 3r 2p. . Yacancv for Head Teacher — Osborne's Flat, Parish of Yackandandah. Mining Leases decla'ed void — T. Ryan and others, 12a 2r 32p, Dart River ; Ah Fee and others, 12a Or 24p, Clear Cieek. Application for Gold .Miuing Leases of private property abandoned — Application No. 11, for lease 1378; H1. Carroll and aiuitlier ; 10 acres ; parish of Myitlfcford. Licenses and Ureases revoked or declared void — James Toner, Barwidgee, 192a ; Jas. Nation, 3a, Myrtlefor.i ; Thomas D. Wood, 14a, Myrtleford. Transfers approved — Robfc. Boyd to W. A. Quirk, 2-'a, Tangambalanga. Hearing of reasons against forfeiture — At Yackandaudali, on May 18th, 1S91, before ; A. M. S'ewart. Esq., and E. T. Dunn, E«j., ; lessee. Alfred Chanin, 50a, Murramuriang bong. At Myrtleford, 13...

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Osborne's Flat. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

O.s home's Flat. (By Our Own Reporter.) Osborne's Flat was in days gone 'bv the scene of busy mining ; bnt although the population is much smaller at present, those left behind are permanently settled, a number being holders of land. The operations of the Rowdy Flat sluicing claim also give employment to manv of the resi dents of the Flat- There is a very nice State school, the present teacher being ilr. Darton. but we n itice by the 'Government Gazette-' that a mew teacher is to be appointed, Mr. Dai- ton having retired from the ser vice. Under the Act this school has been classified as Fourth-class, so that the Osborne's Flat folks may rely upon securing a good teacher. On the Flat there is a com modious hotel owned by Mr. M'Xamara, who also is the local post master. Osborne's Flat is renowned for the j success of its dancing entertainments. On these occasions the young people turn out in good numbers, xvidnv evening last was the inauguration of the first of the pve^ent season. Th...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

[?] ]\fr W. 'Beatty, 6f YackfiMai&taiv, ?jjaS just ntr.vte T-f-.vim' a .'visit to Hpr-.' «.f-'-ri ' lr»:t .'-'hr Hsi€ w.arv ^nc; 'of uleas''1 — - lV v mr*S'or b ro ther of , his uife Invi-ur' died nuder . nistr-es^ing circumstances at the Horsham bos ? j -i TUo ' Wirnmeral Star.' of- tlie . 21st, April, gives the following parti culars of the illness and demise of the youas? man ' A very sad death took place' at the Hospital on Sunday tam-iiius'-. when 'William A. Lobban | succumbed to an attack of typhoid feffr and congestion of the lungs, i Xlv- deceased was a strong looking Young man, under 25 vears of age, and a new arrival in Horsham, hav *in, been engaged at relief duty at the ! local-Treasury- It is only about seven ^-eeks since- he arrived in Horsham, and a fortnight ago he began to com plain of being unwell. At first but little notice vv.as taken of the illness, but setting worse a doctor was con sulted. who pronounced the case to be one of typhoid fever. He was the...

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RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

Ji J J J JJ CJA7B. A meeting of the committee of the local Rifle Club was held at the range on Saturday last. Present — Messrs. Molyneux (chairman), Dunstan, ; Priestly, M'Kay, Hattersley, and L. Wright. I The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed on the mo tion of Messrs. Hattersley and Priestly. CORRESPONEENCE. A letter was read from the Stanley Rifle Club, forwarding challenge tor Saturday, May 2nd, ranges 400 and 500 yards, ten men a-side. Mr. Priestly moved and Mr. Wright seconded, That the challenge of the Stanley Club be accepted. — Carried. Mr. Dunstan moved and Mr. Wright seconded, That the Stanley Club be informed we shall be prepared to start shooting at 11.30 a.m. — Carried. Mr. Molyneux moved and Mr. M'Kay seconded, That the captain and Mr. Priestly choose the team, and make arrangements for luncheon, -fcc. — Carried. COXCERT AND BALL. Mr. Dunstan moved and Mr. Hattersley seconded, That a concert and ball be held in the shire-hall on Monday, May 25th. — Ca...

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The Seating System Journalism. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

The -- faysteit i /- 'A\ ? — — :o:~ - . .. ??? ; ' * eonikins. the fdlto wing: j3uf;'itl^,la§t 'issue. * -* ..It' ; observes— ' We have been favoured . The? VDaily,., Telegraph'. /?Offiee, 193 Collins-streetv . j§th ..April, , ,1891 Dear Sir,— Having made arrange ments with the City News. Agency to provide 'us 'with country . news, we have to inform you that your en gagement' with 'us- will cease fromu Monday, 20th April. We may state that we have mentioned you favour- ; ably to the conductors of the above agency, who have expressed their willingness to avail themselves of your services, though on a different basis to that at .present existing with us. We believe you will re ceive a communication from them by the same post as this will reach you. Yours faithfully, The proprietors!' Why this document was torwarded. to us we ar e at a loss to account. W e never to our knowledge ever acted in anj' capacity whatsoever on or towards the Melbourne ' Daily Tele graph1' calculated to give '...

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