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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH REV. F. ELLIOTT [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. F. Elliott Yackandandah 11 a.m Allan's Flat 3 p.m ? Yackandandah 7 p.m PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1890.

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Railway Time Table. FROM MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

Railway Time Table. 3FSOM MELBOCKNE, a.m. , : p.m. - pjn. Melbourne, dep. — 6.20 ^-55 4.55 Seymour ... 8.50 5.19 6.37 Wangaratta v.. 12.15 8.59 9.16 Springs „ : 12.48 9.51 9.46 Chiltern ... 1.6 10.11 — Barnarsv&rfcha ... 1.16 10.25 — - Wodonga ^ 1.40, 10.50 10.23 - Albnry ... 1.50 11A0 10.4S- a.wi- a.m. a.m. Sydney, arr — 6.0 6.33 11.40 ' r ' TO MEtBOUBKB. * ' a.m. a.m.' a.m. Sydney, dep. — - 5.15 — 9.0 . Albury (Syd. time) 6. ID 6.50 . 2.15 Wodonga ... 5.53 6.35 2.0 . Barnawartla ... . — 7-14 3.0 Chiltern ? ' ' — 7.30 3.16 Springs ... 7.50 7.50 3.36 Wangaratta ... 6.57 8.19 4.7 Seymour ... 9.27 11.50 7,38 'Melbotirne, ar — 11.16' 2.32 9.43 MTBTLEFOBD, TO E\TEET0S, ' am. p.m. Myrtleford, dep — * 518 2.25 Palmerston ... 5.31 2.38 i Bowman's Eorest ... 5.44 2.51 ^ Bverton, ar — ' ... ' 6.8 3.15 ' : W0D05TGL TO BOLGA. ; ? ? ,a.m- _a.m. p.m. Wodonga, dep— 6.20 10.30 2.10 Bast Wodonga ... 6.'35 ' 10.45 * 2.20 Bethanga Road 6.55 11.5 2.36 Haoniane ... 7.55 11.25 2.51 Rolga, ar— .....

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EMBREZLEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

Ehbeklemehts. Still embezzlements are being brought lo light, and the unfor tunate embezzlers (if we may look upon them as unfortunate) are mostly those who have been regarded as men of strict integrity. The Premier Per manent Building Society is in the throes of liquidation through the machinations of those who had con trol of the funds — and we can trace all to the land boom. Lately we have had more reminiscences of the boom — the defalcations of Mr Andrew Geddes and now of Mr John Beilin, managing director of the Fourth Industrial Building Society and the Greneral Mutual. The strangest part of it is, that both Mr Geddes and Mr Beilin were above suspicion, through being so devoted to Church matters. The fever to which the people had been wor&ed over the land boom, can be imagined. The reported ' fortunes to be made in a day ' found seekers in all directions, until at last speculators were not content with, investing their own earnings, but they must tlabble with the money ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

Special MedlcaUfotioe. ^ ?je ao-vm ? -i Herbal Magnetic Treatment ^OIJvLLX?. ,axa5£J££i30S0KT siiT . f ChrW^^egjta^qSot fail to' CJONSULTING 'fflSfi-BAMST! : iW S, ' ';.l:rvir u r,o'.-.u':i-ii.'- -??!«?- ? ? y 'f-f ffijr '^^q^¥^I&S[S I ' jFREE .: U' otiC8; ?H=-''If ' ; preferred,1 ? ai £ feigned agreement giTen,, '^liic:li provides - that no cost is incurred *m the ; : 1 : event of Ja care hot feeing effected. X. S Ms. JL. E.KOXxELM ANN cannot l\ possibly Visit personally e*ery jtqwn in Yictoriaami a-lj*centcoloaies,aad ia order that all pufferers from -any Gbroaic ' or supposed IncurableDisease may been .ibled to . obtain the , benefit : of his , uo - doubted skill and ability in , curing all Diseases by his newand . wonderful Herbal Magnetic /treatment ; without- Drags or .Poisons, ,he has appointed bis Associate and ^Representative, Mr JAMES McLEAN', ! who is a skilful; and, careful Diaguosist of many years' experience,; to visit regularly every month the following, among...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

Yackandandali ^.lid Beech . worth. Daily Coach. BECK, LOWE 4 CO., . V . OF BEECHWORTH, ' -r . - to announce, that ; they X) have made arrangements with Mr. J1. Entra, . proprietor , of -the Waterloo Hotel, , for M^commo^ous stables, and1 coaehes will leave the WatteHoo Hotel for BfeefeKworth daily ; 9. 20. a.m^ -returning from Beech .|rorth^at?2.30,p-m.--r,iL ? v-- ? r .Bofdefe and Buggies, for Hire at -the stables — r- Yackandandah vor Beech ^northir ?: '-'.tj? . ... jst'i ? '?'- ' ' i 1 i ? — II, -Ii }«.!??' fl Mr. Perry, m.-tf .itt.ff. - ♦ (Of Tuimill, Geoghah^ PsmtY)^ ; rf:.t il '? ? * W-nm* it! I )U)l: ' i II^^BitY^k^^^M^h? wr^e ' ! Mt- 'pERfe Y- J HM»y Waterloo Hotel. ! U foaq& p TO STAND i' this season at ; . ^D E-p E® k ^G j oiionjajuM iBdieH : The Thoeodgh-beed Stallion, ' Teftipora. ' a^-rig^t bayj wifbl/hlack ipbln^,4?i8i^^!8bf yfearf bid, 1 &iid for buality fnd ^ubstappe capnot ;ibe- beaten, having gained the lollowing prizes: — Sep- tember 3, 1 888, Sir'...

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Yer Lang Tougue nd Yer [?] Head. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

Yvr Lang Tonjrae and Ter Emj Mead. Lord !i\-lHe, onsa nreciding at a ccnr pa~ty in Edinburgh, requested a rentier present to do something io amcte tbe t pauy. The gentleman begged tobe esse Lcrd Keiiie insiiied that he sbouln eii Eing a song, crack & joke, cr tell a Etc whstuUpon the gentleman thus pre=£td gs,=-i ? One day,*' said ce, '? a thief in the eo; of hie rounds saw ibe door of a church cr lie talked in, and laid his hands upen si. ccssiiered worthy oi lifting ; but cn r-_tc ing to the door he found it, to his ccust-,: lieu, shut. As the only mesns 0: es: left, be reeolved to lei himself down ty bell-rope. The bell, of course, ran;, pecplswers alarmed, and the thief ws? :s just as he reached the ground. When t were dragging him away he looked up 1 addressed tbe bell as i now sccre?? y Lordship : * Had it nGt been,' he said. ' yer lang tongue and yc-r empty head, I : made my escape/* A headache may often be coE=:d.re champagne issue. No matter how prompt actors m&...

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Dinna Ye Hit Him on the L [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

Binita Ye Sit Hi in on tlie t? Dr. Patterson, a Ssr.thl: cl«rgvr.::.r,; a firm co&victico thrt ;.;j. jlwf.ye hsrrsccd t-? s £r£t c.-.fyl? a c. c.erpvmau a&rr:ed. aitea -- za the peculiar event in his own eircri-cice it-jlicd : 4 Well,*' said he, ' the first pair I tr.tr; were acirrd at eight c clock st : t :a parlor, and at- eight o'elnck ncx: ju=; &s I was at hrfsif^i-t, the ycurg * presiuted hereeif, bcre; cut with : Ya married me :c Tsm yeeuecn J mast loose me again, for bide «i B : winna.' Ml ' Wfay. what's wrong already. Ja *? Vree!. he's dung me deen the s;. the t'piy. \ ?'But what did yen do io make b: f that : 'Weel, he just said something I ci like, ' so I hit him cn the lug, an' sjet ding me docn the stair.' ' Weil, Janet, let me just say this. ! next time /~:t &ays ssmethisg ye dinr.a ) dinna ye hit ku;i cn the lug, an' kt'il ct likely io ding ye doon ihe stair.'

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Learning in Kelse. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

Learoiug in Eelso. A learned divine who iived about s!; rears ago in Kelso was fsnscc? icr f:is t, in asrscultuie, asdwb*le the c- - Kt v.:,; I mired him for fcts va^; learici^ r:. ::.t. : - ? round about »-ew him biiur s ; a' £l ? farmer. An Eafslieli didsc car.-» Border io see tie reverted r;.,. : ':,- on his way to the manse nr.* -l;.:, ; ?_ ; v ^ Not very sore ::c ~at . ' re the Eaglishm3C tesea tueruitic : ? Is this the way to Dr. (i ? 't 11 /. v f 3 sir,' rerned^'fi- ruj rfc. ' &-:cp, rny god iei'o-?-,'- sa:-i the Engl minister. ' I vsct to kcow ii br- it !h& 2. I am for. Is ims l-r. G ? & ^ cl ercditicnv'' kt vfhat ? s ^jcrieG iiie ' I mean — i; tis a msr. ^ho s g' tsahy foreign Uns;iiag-s ?' 'Aye, that he ccee,': rsrersrd thecc::; man. 'lis kens rui.r tbett £ Mi turnips .icd French tcscs ccr ciiy n:sc the kintraside.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

Shire of Yackandandah. * ? ?i&' A ? v -4^ Ifotice to Defaulting BoteJIyeftj vt- ^ w' ? irl^' '? '' 'W ~ f ~VT OTIGE is hereby ftivA' tliat all X i Persons who have not paid their Arrears and Hates by DAY of SEPTEMBER l^XT; wall be prosecuted as the law directs without further notice after this date. Owners of Unregistered Dogs will be similarly treated.' - By order of the Council, r. _ T J. MOLYXEUX, K;V SKite Secretary. Shire Office, August 11, 1890. The Yackandandah Times IS ? ' Published f Every Saturday. All communications to be addressed to the Editor. LETTERS intended for insertion should be written on one side of the paper only, and those to bear a , Nom de Ptame must be accompanied with the bona julc name and.swldress of writer, as a guarantee of good faith. Orders for advertisements to be countermanded in writing. The num ber of insertions to be given to each advertisement should be stipulated.: otherwise they will be inserted nntil countermanded (or up to the expir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

9H 9 WATERLOO ' (OPPOSITE THK POST OFFICE.)/ \''y fj* HIGH. STREET, Y ACE AND Al&DAit j d| OLD ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL ;t» . HOUSE,:- SM Frank Entra - ? Proprietor. T-EGS to return thanks to the Public nei^K Jj generally for support accorded himin. past, and hopes by strict attention. ,to their requirements to receive & fair measure e^H of support. I EVERY ACCOMMODATION FOR Y VISITORS .AKD; A First-class Cuisine Guaranteed. Only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits kept. Tii-st-cla-ss Sample Room Bath, &c. Superior Alcock's Billiard. Table... jW Commodious Stables and Loose, Boxes. lW STAB HOTEL,' aijH YACKANDANDAH. M P. McDermott - Proprietor, T\ESIEES to intimate to his numerous I I friends of Yacknndandah arid public ag generally, that he has taken the above well B v -i-vw a hostelry, and trusts by strict -atteu- B xion to the requirements of his patrons to B receive a fair share of support. B First-class Accommodation for Travellers. « Best Brands of...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. The Melbourne Stock and Station Journal reports under date of Sept. 12th, as follows: — Eat Gatde — 2,650 wpre yarded for the week, 1000 from Queens land, 450 from N.S.W, 300 from Gipps laad, and the tem&ider tram North Sastern and North Western districts. The follo wing are the quotations— Prime jpens of bollocks from JLilO Os to Lll 5s Od ; extr& ditto, from Iill 10s to LIS ; odd beasts, from L14 10s to L15 ; good pens of baliocks, from L8 to L10 ; middling, L7 10s 10 I18 JOs; inferior from L6 ; cows, from L6 10s to L/ 0s Od ^ odd beasts, from L9 2s 6d. Pat Calves— 200 yarded — Prime veal sold readily at high rates, while tor other sorts the demand was without animation, at about , former quotations. Prime sold at irom 70s to 85s, good sold at from 55s to 65s, middling 35s to 45s, inferior from 25s. »

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

[?] Jlr ? t^^^^^^pf^cows li5 1Gb to L7 '4k, b uUocks,TI« 4s ; 25 head for Mr f^'Donnell, Tangambalanga, cows L4 17s 6d to L5 12s ; bullocks, M}3s-to Wodonga- Market — Messrs Doug harty and -Parker held their—usual fortmightly market on Thursday, the 4thinstai^.£when there was agood attendance of buyers, but only a fair demand, the majority or cattlefor ward, agtfb^ing\ suited to; feqtH^e^ rnpnfai iJGood lines of . forward! steers and bullocks are in strong request; also weU-br^lcdwE and heifers. They; sold 272 head for various owners. j Messrs S. W. Thwaites and Go! Ice- j port having held their .usual monthly market at 'their Tatbnga yards on Mondajywepk, when they yardedabout 400 cattle to a good attendance of buyers The bidding was brisk, and they succeeded -in. eff ecting .an almost entire clearance at satisfactory prices. They sold 3 to 4yr old bullocks ftxim L4 to L44Ss-; 2 to 2^ yr old steers L3 10s; cows and calves to L42s,6d; 2 to 2| yr old lieifers to L3 '3s ; dry' cows to...

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Recipes. SOFT [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

Meeipedr «oft araeirttBaiis. ' Two- thirds cup tto^ssei^ iill 6ie cup with sugar, one-half oup batta*, All the cap with hot water, two cups l!lonrf jtwo teaspoons ginger, one teaspoon sbaa.^ftipegg. GIKOKB SJUPft, One sap each of jeogar.abortening and molasses ; boa fin minutes. jLat it cool, and add six tablespoonfuls of water and one tablet pconfal each ot vinegar, sods and ; ginger; add floor to roll. C08&MOJTINB. One cap of white flour, one cap oisorn meal, one tables poonfol of htown sugar, one .small cap of rich niilk, , or a£e water -ahd'-'j butter, one beaten e^^tlro teaspoonfuls of baking powder, a little salt. - Bake in a qaick oven. ? ' - #fe- v';vj;:' ? . '. I CH030IABS apCBCIKOi :j Oneqoart boiling^mBkwith $uw heaping tendons of in. |

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STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

STATISTICS. '? In last week's 'Gazette' there are some interesting statistics relating to the growth and production of hops, tobacco, ' and vines in Victoria. Dur ing the year 1889-90 there were 829 acres of hops under cultivation, or an increase of 68 acres Over the previons year. The principal hop-growing shires were — Bairnsdale, 212 acre* ; Oxley, 153 : Bright, 146 ; and TowOng 74. With regard to the' .cultivation of tobacco, there has been a very serious falling off in the acreage under cultivation, and consequently in the production. Last year there were only 255 acres under cultivation as against 1615 acres, in 1888-9, and the produce during 1889-90 was 4123 cwt ; while -in the preceding year it was 13,355cwt. In the shire of Oxley there were 414 acres ? under tobacco cultivation; in Yaokandandah 258 acres1; in Bright 99- -acres; and To Tvong 76 acres. -There were 48 growers in the Yackandandan Shire, 24 in the Bright Shire, and 15 in the Towong Shire. The product was — Yacka...

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Hints to Housekeepers. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

Minis to Housekeepers Xr-imp burners that have become dim and j e^iaky can bo renovated by boiling them ic i strong soda water, nsing a un tomato can Jot | this pirpoee; then Eeour tba burners j wl h eapclio and they will be as good as To clean knives : cat a small potato, dip it is backdu&t and rub them. . G lease may be removed from eilk bytp i -1 j itig magnesia to the wrong -side. h tablespoon Jul 'of ammonia in a gallon of vara water wiU often - |«atore colors ia Gsrpets : it will aleo remoye whitewaEh from ihcm. ' ' A damp cloth dippedm«Blt will remove ass. stains from silveiv^ierMlea £ tains from ; chit s dishes. - \ - I : breakfast bacon or tiamw to be served ire breakfast the fat tlskt Is drawn pot in cooking ehoald, be DK^^^Dgib ac pompasying hominy orliidianmaeh. Isew iron ehoald be ^grtidaBliy heated at first ; it will not bs sa lik^y to crack. The French method of administ ering castor oil to children is to pour the oil into ai pan over a moderate fire, break an...

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THE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

[?] There is little interest to report !ik connection with the strike. Both isideq are { %b ^|;^myielduiig.: . #n ployers' conference was held at Sydney on Wednesday, and a manifesto is to . be issued. . The ac^al : terms of .the resolutions passed are hoi^ madepublic, but they are ssdd to be of an uhyield-1 ing character. . They consider they have the best of the struggled Cable- grams state that the estiniate of the amount likely to be collected in Eng i land will hot .be realized. The jentlre amount collected in churches through out the United Kingdom on Sunday was only i230, The London Dock Laborers have .£300 ready to 'remit. Mr T. Mann, the president of the Dock Labourers' Union considers that the strike in Australia did not show up in a favorable light, and if the strikers were defeated they would not be seriously injured. . Wodonga, Tuesday. ; The strike has extended its ramifi cations to Wodonga. : About 30 ' tons of kerosene shale from Mitt agong, New South Wales, consigne...

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True Union in the Family. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

True Union in tlie Family. There is no sadder eight than a fatally of growing boye and girls, or grown up jodug men and womet?, accepting coolly and tire lessly every form of sacrifice and favor from loving^anxions parents, who are wearing ont their lives in Jielr eerPios aad reaping only ingratitudaand indifference in return. Let every parent guard again 5 i each a stste ot things ijy the far mora real kindness of training sne cniiaren crom erst to last to & &e:j9espt@sibi2itiei% the labors, the sacrifices, the eooiftmies, as w^l as In the pleasurfis and comfo(t« of the household. Only in this way $a& « family be filiai^#aipathy ana . Tab Japantee are an i«fcretnaly tidy people, dre^^^ane^^^whieh^^uld charm »nd tea|sh e^nan Snglish country lady. ^ jPa33kkt' ^tdfing ia often the highest,***

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Dr. Hoknagel's Strange Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

fer. Hoknagel's Strange, ^|| |;:;|^;5Slory.- ? ? -V ''1 ? ^ijallaa Hawtliorzie. ? ?, ' ' ? ' i iThe doctor, with his immense, shaggy ieadi glowingeyeR, deep set, and small, thin toddy, was&n extraordinary object at the best pf times. But as he sat there in his rich and gloomy study,: with a hanging lamp Ihrowiug its light down on his Ehock oi grizzled hair, and casting cavernous shadows j from his beetling brows, beneath which those i eyes of his gave forth a red sparkle; and his j big, irregular nose dividing his visage like a j spur of a mountain between two valleyB ; and j tbe Hps 01 niB. great grim mouta working , fi&d puckering as he sucked at his black ? pipe— as ho eat there in his high-backed 1 oaken chair, beside a table piled up with rare : and 'ancient books, and strange ornaments i from China and India, and with a email bat ' finely-formed skull carefully mounted on an i ebony stand, and so placed that it had the * air of whispering in his ear— as he sat-...

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FOOTBALL. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

FOOTBALL. [To the Editor of the Times.] Sir, — Your G undo wring correspon dent in your last issue wrote a few lines about the match played at Osborne's Flat on the previous Satur- i day, which might lead your readers ; to suppose that the Freedom Bros, were dissatisfied with the team opposed to them there, on the ground that, it included a number of players who ought not to have been there. As one of the players I should be glad if you would allow me to state on behalf of the Gundowring team that they carried home no such feeling. I do not think there is one of the 'Brothers ' who does not share my opinion, that it was the pleasantest game we have had this season, and that if it were possible we should be only too pleased to have another match with tlie same men. — I am, yours. &c., One of the Brothers.

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Correspondence. [We do not indentity ourselves with opinions expressed by correspondents.] THE HUON'S LANE ROAD [TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMER.] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 September 1890

[?] ^Wefiolnoi ^ifiiiis expressed (bv. correspondents.! j C * * -' Vr L- ' O'iJ' * 'i' H ^ : V-Or T-J ijtf* I. : J fl '. ? ^ Cf ; _. [to the editor or the ; times.] : \ fwas tlie pr-of essiofis-^o-cailed professional Wtiquette. I^ this district, hpweTwi it appears to be sadly yranting. The fact of two engineers going out of their -way into another shire; to meddle iii disputes is not qmte#tne tmng. ja.au. the Shire Council requested their in terference it would have been a differ ent matter. From what I can learn -the said engineers belong to neigh-: bouring shires. If so, what would they think if Mr Baass went into their shires and cast eeeds of dissen eion amongst the ratepayers over cer tain works. I am not sufficiently acquainted with the road in- question, bo as to the probable bond fides or otherwise of Mr Baass' report I can not venture an opinion. But Lcerr tainly condemn the action of those engineers in meddling in such la manner as would be likely to injure the reputation ...

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