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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

Ltocal and General. Yackandandah Shire. — The next meet ing of the Council will be held at the Shire Hall, on Thursday, May 14th. Tenders for a number of works are invited in another column. Peabs. — We have been shown a fine sample of the pears grown by Mr Kenny, of Kirbv's Flat. The pear turned the scale at 3 Jibs. Mr Cole, blacksmith, of Yack andandah, has also some very large winter pears. The recent rains appear to have had a very beneficial effect upon winter pears and apples. Sale. — Mr T. A. Knaggs, auctioneer, of Myrtleford, held a very successful sale of furniture, &c., at the Manse, Yackandan dah, on Wednesday, on account of the Rev. F. Elliott, who is leaving the district, having resigned his charge of the Presby terian Church. Bidding was spirited, and good prices generally were realised. RirtE Match. — To-day (Saturday) a team from the Stanley Rifle Club will visit Yackandandah for the purpose of engaging in a match with a team from the local c'ub. j The ranges...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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MINING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

Mining on Private Property Act. The Mining on Private Property Act 1890, is likely to be the means of a stir in the large mining towns and cities. It will be remembered | that the various Acts of Parliament were revised and passed as a Consoli- | dated Statute last year. The Mining on Private Property was altered in .a few particulars, but the operation of the particular sections affected show that the alterations were unwise. Under the original Act there were certain restrictions against taking up private allotments in cities and towns, and no holding1 under a quarter of an j&5re,-or -grouiid upon which there was a tl welling or orchard, could .be taken np without consent of the ! owners. In Sandhurst it is well known that a number of reefs pass tight through the heart of the city, but the provisions of the old Act - practically debarred any of these reefs being taken up, owing to the density of the population. To remedy this, a Bill was brought in last session* to allow of...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ker[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 2 May 1891

Kerffutiifalt. | (From Our Own Correspondent.) * A A picnic in connection with the Kergunyah Sunday School was held in the ^ rounds adjacent, on Friday | last, and proved in everv wav a sac cess, The weather which had been L very unpromising during the preced ing days, threatened to continue on .. .. the appointed day, great! vtn the con- p cern of tbe juvenile population, hai Friday morning dispelled all donbfe in respect to the kind of day. the ||| clerk of the weather had set apa^ for tbe occasion. Tlie dav beis? so beautifully fine induced some to grace the picnic with their present who seldom, or never, put ?in an Ap pearance at such festivities. The at tendance was a good one. and wonder was expressed by some of the old resident® where all the children cam* from. The usual con-comitants ^ such demonstrations were? in stroES !Q evidence, and gave any pmonnt p* amusement to the youngsters. The eatables, which were provided by * ladies of the neighbourhood. 'K*1® done full justic...

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

STANLEY. ? ;0 ? (From Our Own Correspondent.) Tbe 19th anniversary of the Stan f ley Weslevan Church was celebrated |.'; on Sunday, 26t.li April. The Rev j f S. King, the new pastor, preached I. (ifternoon a, ad evettjag,£.tipro fe courses to a crowded congreo-a.fi011 j| from the following texts : 87th Psalm 5 4th and 7th verses, and bzekiel, and 37th verses. The tea meeting which is usually held on the Mondav' owing to a British and Foreign Bih]9 Society meetinsr beiiag held on that nisrht in Beechworth was adjourned till'Tuesday. and was a great snores; both financially, and in regard tn the cheerful manner in which everything was worked up ; the ladies, thos? wonderful creatures, doing1 the lion's share. The public meeting was held' in the church, and was packed to th? doors, the chair being occupied br Mr. Warren, who filled it satisfac torily in every sense of the word, the principal speakers being the Revs, King, Swan (Presbyterian), and Mr. Warren. The noted Stanlev choir, un...

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A Selector Speared by B neat' Albury. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 May 1891

A. Selector Speared, by B cfes near Albui 'j, A man named Suvein Mursczkavitz, a Bussian Pole, was on Saturday morning speared by blacks on bis selection, Basin t -eek, at Dora Dora, 42 miles from Albury. Mursczkavitz was gathering- wood a few yards from his Jtouse, when he was suddenly speared bv a black, who bad come up nnperceived behind him. The man fell to the ground, and then si.w that his assailant was accompanied j by another aboriginal. The one that struck him had three spears and a tomahawk, but the other was unarmed. The first black then advanced with his tomahawk uplifted, aud demanded money from the injured man. The latter had £15 in his pocket and this they took. He asked them for some money back, and one of the aboriginals proposed that they should give him £2 each, but the armed man said £1 was enough. They ultimately gave him £3, and then went round to the back of the house, Mursczkavitz had by this time regained power in his legs, and he went to his woolshed, where...

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WAYSIDE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 May 1891

IT A TS1DE NOTES. ramr-oti ? -to1 sC^Sin the' .vv ] -p»-ib o-- w d h of bis skull pei^ratiiig, to. a*lep^i J}££t inc&Ofc Vnl vets'- boys ttorow^istones ic.. ' iiever ~ fcnW^ri ng- J tliey ^ ill find a landing or Jl_^gi|i&-place. This wrs'a W^^aboy. : ~-y; ?: ??* - * ; -'.- ^ At n meeting of the Anglo- Jewish j^Jp-.iciation .held ou Thursday after noon a resolution was passed disap proving of the emigration to Aus tralia of Russian- Jews, other than sturdy agriculturists, 'willing' to open up new country. The Associa tion is right. We . - have enough representatives of three 'ball business in Australia ; and if any Rhssian Jews come out to Australia tire best thin?' they can do is to start; with work. The Melbourne Jews appear to have eome to the conclusion that I their craft is overstocked, arid- with true unionism they begin to raise j their voices against a further influx j of their own nationality. Next we shall hear of the Hindoos protesting against the further a...

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[?]ovelist In Love's Crucible. CHAPTER IX.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 May 1891

Hiovelist. In Love's Crucible. By BERTHA M. CLAY. CHAPTER IX.- -Continued. 1 You might not believe mc,' went on tho duke, turning to Maida, ' but Algy has made himself popular with these theatricals, for which he gets all the credit-, and for which I have to pay and get no credit at all.' LC 2 ' Why not?' demanded Algy, with a glance lull of affection at the old nobleman, whoso greatest pleasure lie knew it was to sec him enjoy himself, ? you hare tho money.' Aud 1 suppose you mean to imply that you have tlie taste.' ' And so be has, and iiohody is better aware of it thau you.' said Lady Gladys. ' Whatwe'want to know is, if we really &??« going io have theatri cals. Are WOj your grace ?' . :,v . „ * If you wish it and Algy'has made aphis mind, no. answer is -needed,* replied -the duke, bowing quizzically. * Are' we to have them, Algy ? ' persisted the little lady. ' If your ladyship will give us the benefit of your talent.' ? You know I shall only he 1 05 glad if you will se...

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Poetry. ALONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 May 1891

jpcetip alone. BY P. W. M'NALLY. ? . « As I stood on the banks of a fast .flowing stream, Aad gazed in its waters so clear, 'My thoughts wandered back to the^days of my _ ' youth, : .Wiiichr have vanished sow. many . ay^ar. TbGse dcar, happy days to pleasantly passed, „ iNear ahrookinjiyr^?ito natjyeland, ^ . . ... With-ali'Tny loved ^fiends' liVmg -round the old Trae happines8 there was at hand. But now l am old, far away from them all, In this Bolit'ry desert I stand Without loving friends to oheer aiv old age, And take me along by the hand. Father Time and the tide of this river flows by, j The sun it sinks low in the west, _ j And the time's drawing nigh wftezi my journey ' shall cease, And this poor aching frame shall find rest. Oh,, woman, in onr hours of case, Uncertain, -:oy, and hard -o pluase, When pain or anguish wrings the brow, A ministring angel thee. —Scot. To-morrow, do thy worst, For I have lived to-day ! Be foul, or fair, or rain or shine, Tbe joys tbat I have had ...

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Rove[?]st. O'Neil M'Darragh, THE IRISH DETECTIVE ; Or, THE STRATEGY OF A BRAVE MAN. CHAPTER XII.—(CONTINUED,) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 May 1891

BoveUst. O'Neil E'Darragh, THE IRISH DETECTIVE ; Or, THE STRATEGY OF A BRAVE MAN. ? 1-«*4 ? By OLD SLEUTH. CHAPTER XII. — (Continued,) The note was written in a bold hand, and ran as follows : 5 1 Dear Marion, — I do not know what yoa I ?' yon may rest aseured— I ha^a done ^nothing j I £\v\' ' , dishonorable, and it was on your behalf that I l-¥v; in a mad moment I gave way to my temper. i Too most come to my bedside, darling, even ? : if yon are not'prepaied to forgive me. In f '-7 j closed you will find written directione. The 1 party whoT will meet yoQ is an bumble friend ? I V\' in whom you can 'have perfect confidence. I i Do not faUto at least come acdseeme, as | 5 it is possible that I may die. Trust to the ; ; ' inclosed direction?, and btlieve ne ever j i [ y ^ . - yours. truly and affectionately as ever. ? i' 1^'. '. - HabBt.' : \ : '/ The detective read over this note three ' 'i. i:V' times. ; I f ... Taking a note from his pocket he at once : - fW compared the handwritin...

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Poetry TO HATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 May 1891

- jpoetrp. 5 TO HATE. |-.£;sJF£ANCIS S. SMITH. . TU; '? ?' i [?] ^l't-^^iis''anottEtet;that thou nit I aa^iTCT-oaailget.-. ' ? A. lodgement ia my teat.- .? .-: -' ?.?- To'ongh I were doomed to feel tfcb stiag I^P^^;^9l:5enmIty'B 'foul blow. . r^N -I'd seek no shelter 'tenth thy wing, _- ' Thru minister of woe. St :- l oan f ff-rd to jrity thee. .:'' . Aadall whose guide thou art; For no poor wretch from pain is free : While thou dost rule bia heart. I'd rather suffer from thy spite Than own thes as my friend ; ? For Lave, thy master, will delight When thou hsat reaohed thine end. And he, the enchanter of the ccene, Who gave thee hope, then brought thee blight — Gave to thy view yon world of I :gbt, And sndden dropped a veil between.

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What Invention Has Done.. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 May 1891

What Invention Has Done.. What has invention d-ne? Well, this will serve as an example merely. It used to take by old methods, as . compared with inventions now used, five times as much labour in boot making, flour makine. three tinier as much in coal mining, six timpg ag much in making tin cane, three times as much in carriage making:, «.nd ten times as many looms can now be managed by one weaver, At a silver mine in Neva.d» .a stream of water falling 460ft is made to turn . a water-wheel,and . gives 20g ; horse- power. The same stream is carried down another 1680ft.. and is caught on six water-wheels, giving: off 750 horse power, which by means of electricity is ?conveyed to the surface, aud runs a GO-stamp battery. ' It ;.is ? by ., the same inventions— -fche water-wheel and electricity —that the great ta«k of using Niagara ie about to be affected. Only 4 per cent of the water will be used ; it will not be -noticeable, bnt that quantity will supply 120,009 horse-power. The power ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 May 1891

A ; deputation from the shires of Alberto, Alexandra, Bairnsdale, Buln Buln, Howqua, Narracan, Omeo, Tambo, Towong, Traralgoa, Wal halla, Warragul, Woorayl, Yackand andah, Yea and part of Avon, waited on the Minister of Public Works on Wednesday, to advocate the continuance of the present subsidy . of L3 to LI. The deputation was j accompanied by several members of ! Parliament representing Gippsland j electorates. Mr Wheeler, in reply, j said that, while sympathising with them in their troubles, he had great , ♦Jifficnlfcy in allocating the money, not merely to the Gippsland mountainous country, but to the whole colonv. Up to the present ' it had been most un fairly and Ju njusily distributed, but the Government ^sincerely desiied an allocation on some fair, , just and; equitable Vbasis, . and he was . trying; bis best to do;it!. They were work ing at it, nighfcafter night, to appor tion .the.' mone^ ^pippjperly, net simply, bjr prole j ot tl^mnbs preference to pare a bill with whi...

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His Very Own. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 May 1891

His Very Own, Little Tommy passes for a viei^ -jg JPUBgster Onc day his unde bropRhi fcim ; TOftay '' ' 'Why1of ceuree !' ? aolaBt vltti-I van! to do villi ft ' Certainly.' *? ' Then I'll tell you what I'll do— 111 etll ' -vj it to you for sixpence t' E ven a small barber may be called a strep. ^ ' ping fellow. _ -- Mosx men are open to conviction until i. they get into the defendant's dock. - Go to the champagne-cork, thou tardy ? : lover ; consider its ways and do likewise, Bl'ssom : ' Do you believe in minding - the baby?' Henpeck : 'I believe in mind- x ing my wife.' Superintendent : ' Johnny, do you love ^ - your teacher?' Johnny: 'Yes, sir; but * she ain't sturck on me much.' Apollo was not any better than he should have been, perhaps, but he loved the truth. He struck the lyre. . The best oure for insomnia that we know of is to have somebody keep telling yoa ^ ;¥i breakfast is ready. The nervous timidity of brides and groGms ? .^5 can be easily explained, since it is natural ...

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GARDEN CALENDAR FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 May 1891

GARDEN CALENDAR FOR MAY. Kitchen Garden. — Plant broccoli, cabbage, cauliflowers, lettuce, &c., giving plenty room for growth and manuring well. The hoe should be used very freely for keeping the ground loose and friable. Plant artichokes and cardoons, asparagus, seataie, Jorassels sprouts, and tree and potato onions, also potatoes. Transplant pot herbs. Sow full crops of broad beans, carrots, parsnips, peas, also beet of all kinds — leeks, onions, lettuce, rape, radish, cress, mustard, and all other sorts of salading; also pot herbs and every kind of spinach, Prepare beds by digging and manuring. Trap slugs by means of haudfuls of weeds placed in hollows dug amongst the beds, the slugs will congregate under the decaying vegetation. Upon the hillsides and dry beds the operations are the same as for the plains. As paragus can be be planted, and beds should be prepared for rhubarb and . — j ? i. ? j. „n OCaHCllt. J-/1V LUC OiUU X CpU&LlU. SfcJLl kinds of herbs. Take up...

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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 May 1891

, Churchy Notices. The following are the service arrange ments In connection with the different denominations for Sunday next: — WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. W. H. Febbeb. Yackandandah, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Staghorn Flat, 3 p.m.

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Fanniesi[?] Her Ac[?]mplishments. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 May 1891

FuuniogHies. UV'j' Ate Miplislinientfi. SV could swing a sis -round dumb-bell, Sae cculd fence and she could box, She conld row upon the river, She could clamber 'ruocg the rocks ; She could do some heavy bowling, ' ';Ji; And play tennis all day long, j But ehe couldn't help her mother,' ; 'Cause she wasn't very strong. ' 5=:

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Farm Calend[?] for May. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 May 1891

[?] P^ish^owiiig as sooii-as possible. Dp not delay to plough up a few inore acres, but get. what is ready r. tinder crop 5 then plough and get more ready, which should also be s6^m - afcre by acre as it : is ready. Sow^early sorts of wheat, aid pickle every lot. 'Ball smut' or 'bant'' is easily -killed by a solution of two ounces ot copperas in each gallon of water.' It is best to put the seed into a gunny-bag, and souse it well in the liquor. The spores of the bunt are simply adherent to the grain, and if they get slightly damp will start ... growing ; then if the wheat softens and commences to grow, the germ of the ' bunt' or ' ball-smut' enters the young plant and grows. up with it. If the wheat plant does not start growing, and the bunt gets moist and does grow it soon dies. That is why the ' smutty' wheat sometimes comes out a clean crop. Be careful after pickling the grain to put it into clean bags, or else dip the bags too into the blue stone solution; for, if the bags have ...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. REV. T. J. WRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 May 1891

CHURCH of ENGLAND. Rev. T. J. Wbight. Kergunyah, 11 a.m. Gundo wring, 3 p.m. Kergunyah, South, 7 p.m. Mb Haywabd. Yackandandah, 11 a.m

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General Gatherings. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 May 1891

General Gatherings Iva not farlrom Austerlitis, at a depth of about eight feet, tbe skeleton of a tall, powerful mahhas been diecovered, lying with the skull towards the west. The Yienna correspondent of the Daily News states that under the left arm was found s sword almost a vard lone, with signs of having had the hilt covered with wood, In the neighborhood were found bones of animals, flint stones, and fragements of earthenware, a naturalist who has seen the skeleton thinks it has lain in tbe earth for over a thousand years. It will be removed from its present position to a mueeum. From a Parliamentry return it appears that the city of Glasgow is singularly favored with regerd to the nnmber of places licensed for tbe sale of drink — the number being three for every thousand of the population. The annual rental of tbe licensed premises reaches the enormous total of -6164, S61 14s., and as the population of Glasgow numbers 557,600, it follows that every man, woman, and child in the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 May 1891

v.v.c.c. O T I C E MONDAY— Parade. THURSDAY, 14th May— TARGET PRACTICE. H. HAY WARD, Officer-in-Charge. {With Supplement .) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1891.

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