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WAYSIDE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 23 May 1891
[?] Heavy frostg f ' _ , , , ? I -?JHWlfiW lj0^ee«4 nM. M on Monday. ' ' * | j a A good prdgrathme pi^epR^ed.r ' ? - ! -Football match bet weenY ack&ndan- dah and Osborne's Flat on Monday. New Police Station on the tapis., Hnon liane Koad revived 1 ast meet ins- of Council. Cr Robinson gave' ah outline of his intentions. . : i As good as told Cr Mc. he would | ha ve ' sweet revenare ' in August. _ We can thus look for a livelyelec tion in the Kiewa Riding-. Quadrille club revived. ? ; . _ ' To be fortnightly assemblies. More changes in Yackandandah. More departures and more arrivals. Railway not yet finished: A few weeks more. A singing class has been formed in Yack. First rehearsal on Wednesday. I Band of Hope on Mondays ~ - Brass Band Tuesdays : Singing Class Wed nesdays ; Debating Society on Thurs days ; Rifle Club Drill and Quadrille Assemblies (fortnightly) pn Fridays. . Plenty of amusement in Yack. The last act in connection with the Ballarat tragedy was carried but on...
POLICE COUR[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 23 May 1891
POLICE T1»e itdjowingare mentsat the undermeo^^ ing the year. He ^ tional davB whea pra-vE*9Eggpg^H YACKANDANDAH rfj o'dodc ou Felawy % May 11, June lt ^ September 7, .OrtoWiiS * 9H and Dooember 14. MITTA MrrTA.-w5tlM ou February 10, 4, October 6, , i KIEWA-Wednerf^p™ 4,; April I, eoenbo' S.
Yackandandah Police Court. (Before Messrs Haig and Dolphin, J.'s P.) Monday, May 18, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 23 May 1891
Yackandandah Police Court: ? :0: ? (Before] Messrs Haig and Dolphin, J.'s P.) Monday, Mat 18, 1891. R. Bailee v. H. Dorman, work done j and goods sold, claim L2 8s. This was a dispute in connection 'with the purchase of a horse, saddle, j and bridle. Plaintiff deposed to hav- i ing sold the lot to defendant for L2, j and 10s was paid as a deposit. He naa also done some fencing for 8s. Defendant said he~T3acT bought the horse foj.TGs| which! amojmt .lie had paid, but lie did not buy - the ^saddle and bridle^ ;and .he had knot: taken delivery of the lattery 0.2 IH M Mr Gay Beatty, as a witness for plaintiff, deposed that Dormant-told.' ® he had bought the horse, saddle and bridle from plaintiff.. i„. - c An order was made for- the amount: C 'VliT costs- . ? . . -? -p Ahfe Court then adjourned. : ??
A Court Scot[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 23 May 1891
A. Court Scat The customary cai-W Supreme Conrt was pw turbed in Mr Justice BssH on Tuesday afternoon 'B conflict, in which Mr P^B and bis Honour were the J The libel case. Blashki' dragging its weaiy about half past o 0 cL--- Purves, who was for £ 5 objected to the defends^' in the box, not beiig particulai* in his eridfSS does the witness not ssj*3 done ?' asked Mr Purrs ^ impatiently. ' That i? doinsr,' said Mr Jnsritf 1 ' You say so. ' retortei i' withont rising fronx te ^ Court was seriously moment. His Honor of Mr Purves as meanicE^' Honor) was staring ^ 5 correct, and in emph&A 3 expressed indignation st ^ respect shown to the $f' Purves stuck to his hfe Honor did 'say s: wordy battle resulted requesting Mr Purves K' . court and sending for ^ enforce the request, order. Mr Isaacs, Paxves,.and Dr. Madd®. the other side, both a view of smoothing but without avau. ^ sheriff appeared Mr pletely broke down. indicating his emotion Honor that, while he draw the words, no int...
The Ballarat Tragedy [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 23 May 1891
The Hallarat Tragedy The execution of James Johnston, who murdered his wife and four children, and attempted to take his own life by swallowing poison, in December last, took place in the Ballarat Gaol on Monday morning. Every care had been exercised to pre vent the entrance of persons whose business did not necessitate their presence, and, in addition to the officials, the execution was witnessed by twelve persons only, and of these eight represented the press. Shortly after 10 o'clock the sheriff appeared on the gallery accompanied by the governor of the gaol, Dr. Jordan, and the Rev. T. R. Cairns, who has attended Johnston since his condemnation. A few minutes later Johnston, who had occupied the con demned cell, which opens on to the gallows, was wheeled out on a chair by Jones the hangman, and taken on to the drop. Jones -then assisted him to rise, and partially supported his weight while adjusting the rope and cap. Johnston who recognised those on the gallery, nodded in fare w...
Opening of the Wesley an Church Kiewa. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 23 May 1891
Opening bf the TTeslepan Church Kiewa. ? ? :o: ? (From Our Allan's Flat Correspondent.) On Friday 19th inst. a concert and tea meeting were held to celebrate the opening of- the New Wesleyail Church at Kiewa. . The people of that locality art.; deserving of great praise, for the energetic way in which they have worked to have such a nice little^ building erected, the Church being quite an ornament to I the nlace. On n cr I i ? ' — Ulic MUUUiU^ I was greatly surprised, and pleased to - see such a goodly number, of guests, assembled, all seated round the table, which were laden with all sorts of nice things, supplied by the good people of Kiewa. I for one did ample justice, and judging by the ap pearance of the merry faces around all seemed to be doing likewise. The tables were presided over by Mesdames Thomas, Davis, Lee, and the Misses M'Leod (2), Thomas, Davis (2), Stuckey and other 'ladies, whose names I did not chance to get. Oroo^J prttic© io «Ln.o 4o mentioned ladies for the ma...
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 23 May 1891
GAZETTE. Last week's Gazette contains the following notices : — Application for leases approved. — Alfred C. Williams, 390 acres, Baran- i duda ; Hy. Richardson, jun., 319a Or 39p, Yackandandah ; Margaret Jami- j son, 57a 2r 14p, Tangambalanga ; W. 1 Patching, 62a Or 39p, Beethang ; W. j Clee, 119a lr 15p, Tangambalanga ; Juliana Dunstan, 268a 3r 23p, Wagra ; executors of late T. Nevin, 133a Or 7p, Tangambalanga ; Mary N. Harris, nee Wheeler, 170a 3r 13p, Cudgewa ; A. Horsfall, 88a lr 32p, Cudgewa; Honorab Ellis, 29a lr 14p, Tallandoon; executors late Jno. Christie, 59a 3r 35p, Wooragee West. Licence revoked — John W. Caird, 847a, Bruarong, for non-payment of rent. Licences approved — John Domico, 20a, Freeburgh ; Edward T. Knox, 20a, Freeburgh ; Thomas Blair, gar den site, Freeburgh ; Caroline Pool, garden site, Freeburgh; James Pen dergast, junM garden site, Barwidgee ; Nicholas Pendergast, garden site, Bar widgee ; Emily Murray, garden site, Barwidgee. Barnawartha — The temporary...
Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 23 May 1891
I/Ocal Liand Board. A Local Land Board was held at the Court House on Monday, by Messrs Stewart and Dunn, land officers. Applications under 32nd Section — 1. JOHN ARUNDEL, 980 acres, block 40 . Gundowring. 2. WILLIAM KENNETT, 980 acres, block 40, Gundownng. William Kennett did not appear. John Arundel said he had selected altogether 308 acres. He owned 220 acres in Gundowring at present. The I land he applied for was being held by him under licence, under the 119th section, which did not expire until the end of. the year. .' The application was recommended. 3* PETER CLEARY, 770 acre-3, block 44, Gundowrinp. Applicant said he was married, had a family of six, and had selected 300 acres in Gundowring and Kergunyah. ; Still held the', land. A portion was freehold. : , In response to the usual query by the Board as to whether there were, any objections, Timothy Crottv objected, as he claimed 3 acres under a miner's right, said land adjoining his property. The land was fenced, the timber...
Board of Advice no. 269 [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 23 May 1891
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Board of Advice, No. 269. The monthly meeting of the above Board was held at the State School on Thursday, May 14th. Present:- Messrs Richardson (president), Haig, Michelsen and Dunstan. &nbsp; &nbsp; CORRESPONENCE. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; From Departmrent re fencing of &nbsp; Hillsborough State School. Mr Michelsen said that the present building was inconveniently situated for the residents of Hillsborough, who would much prefer having the money spent in removing the school nearer the township. Mr Haig moved and Mr Dunstan seconded, That as the correspondent had reported against fencing in the &nbsp; Hillsborough School, and as the residents prefer the removal of the school, that application be made to the department with that object. - Carried. From the Department regarding erection of school at the Junction, stating that, pl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891
- Yackandandah Athenaeum. WILL the PARTY who took the Acts of Parliament for' 1890-91 be good enough to RETURN them to save farther trouble. By Order of the Committee, J. MOLYNEUX, Hon.. Sec. May 29th, 1891. ffl. SILVAN, WHEELWRIGHT AND COACH BUILDER, YACKANDANDAH. j New Buggies turned out in good style. Old Baggies Repaired and Re-painted_ Drays, Waggons, &c., Made and Repaired Millinery! Millinery ; LARGE CONSIGNMENTS OF Winter Hats, And FASHIONABLE MILLINERY AT M. PLUMMER'S Who has just laid out the first arrivals of her Stock of WINTER GOODS. ? HAVING had an experience in the Millinery Business extending over 25 years, M.P. guarantees to give satisfac tion to her patrons. The present Purchases have been Specially selected for the district. Plenty of all Shapes at all Prices to choose lrom. Country orders always receive special attention ; and our experience enables us tou nderstand exactly what our customers require, and to suit their tastes. Dress Materials, splendid va...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891
At the Bungro races (near Omeo), on Monday, . the horse. Upper Crust, fell in the Hurdle Race, and the jockey, Davidson, sustained concussion of the .brain. Mrs Elizabeth Taylor has been arrested for the sixth time on a charge of malprac tice, the victim this . time being . a yonng widow, named Mrs Nellie Carter, licensee o( the Railway Hotel at Ballan, near Bal larat. The prisoner was refused bail, as the. person operated - upon had died.: A charge of wilful murder will . probably be laid against Mrs Taylor.
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891
GAZETTE. I ? I The following notices appeared in last week's ' Gazette ' : — Application for water licenses — Lip Wing, Ah Fee, and Ah Foon, race at Clear Creek, area 6a Or 36p. Mining leases awaiting execution — H. Briddon and A. Briddon, Yackan dandah. Barnawartha- — The temporary re servation of twenty-six acres one rood twenty-four perches, of land in the town of Barnawartha, as a site for Pnblic Recreation is about to be re voked. Area of agricultural lands increased and auriferous area diminished— 140 acres at Wooragee^ formerly the Police Reserve. Application for Licences approved — John Minogue, 144 acres, Tangam balanga; William Brown, 20 acres, Tangambalanga. Application for leases approved — Jno. Cartin, 380a, Barwidgee ; Mary B. McFayden, 13a, Myrtleford ; Peter Howman. 117a, Wermatong; John Harris, 54a, Tangambalanga ; Ellen Goonan, 450a, Dederang ; Elizabeth j J. Marshallsea, 497a, Dederang ; C. E. Hattersley. 183a, Yackandandah. Leases surrendered — -Patrick Mc Glench...
THE V.R.C. BIRTHDAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891
THE V.R.C. BIRTHDAY MEETING. I The race meeting held at Fleming ton on Monday, under the auspices of the V.R.C., passed off very success fully. There was a very large attendance, and the racing was excellent throughout. The Hurdle Race was won by Pingara, and the Royal Handicap by Spokesman, the district horse Star of Erin being second. Sir Wilfred won the Steeple chase, and the Birthday Handicap, the principal event of the meeting, was won by Gnaroo, Tourbillon being second and Whimbrel third. The Two-yea«.'-old Handicap was won by ITortunatns.
ALBURY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891
ALBURY RACES. The Queen's Birthday meeting under the auspices of the Albury Racing Club was held on Monday ; but, owing to counter attractions, including racing at Wodonga, the attendance was not large, and the fields were small. However, there was some excellent racing. In the Hurdle race Wennerben, the rider of Joker, was thrown, and sustained serious injuries, rendering his re moval to the hospital necessary, where he now lies in a critical condi tion. The following are the results of the principal events : — Hurdle Race. — Reformation, 1; Delhi, 2 ; Signal, 3. Mat Handicap. — Rushlight, 1 ; Carthagitheough, 2. Ladies' Bracelet. — Someday, 1 ; Signal, 2. Good Bye Handicap.- — Stella, 1 ; Carthagitheouga, 2 ; Farewell, 3.
GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891
! GRAIN MARKET. Messrs Dalgety and Co. report : — At our auction sale on Tuesday we offered a catalogue of about 45()0 bags of all description of cereals to a fair attendance of the trade, and disposed of the larger portion of offerings. Wheat : No prime offered. Good milling, 4s 8d to 4s 9£ ; medium, 4s I 6&'to 4s 7d ; bleached lots, 4s to 4s 3d ; screenings, 2s 7d, Oats : Medium stout, 2s 6d to 2s 7d ; mixed ; Tartar ian, 2s Id to 2s 2d ? Algerians, 2s to 2s 2d ; Calcuttas, 2s to 2s Oid. Barley : Fair malting, 2s 8d to 2s lOd; thin sorts, 2s 2d to 2s 4d ; Cape, 2s to 2s 0|d. Peas^ 2s 7d.
SPORTING. WODONGA JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891
SPORTING, WODONGA JOCKEY CLUB. The first winter meeting of the Wodonga Jockey Club took place on Monday, and was a prinounced; success. The followingare the results : — Handicap Hurdle Race. — Lawson's Sweetheart, 1 ; Hart's All Right, 2. Birthday Handicap, of 25 sovs — H. Street's Ravenswing, 1 ; H. Hoy sted's Salamander, 2; J. M'Lauglilin's Bumble Bee, 3. Publican's Purse. — Goodyer's Snowstorm, 1 ; Hart's Allright, 2 ; J. M'Gaffm's Kitan, 3. Auctioneer's Plate. — Allan's Good bye, 1 ; Street's Bouquet, 2 ; Hoysted's Ellery, 3. Selling Hack Race. — Lawson's Cavalier, 1 ; Spong's Larry, 2; Casey's Playboy, 3. Consolation Stakes. — Hoysted's Ellery, 1 ; M'Lauglilin's Bnmble Bee, 2 ; Street's Bouquet, 3. ? -rv ?
Rifle Club Concert and Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891
Rifle Club Concert and Ball , A concert was held on Monday | 25th in aid of the Rifle Club funds. The local club were unfortunate early in the year, when a good pro gramme was prepared, by the weather being nnpropitious, resulting : in a medium attendance aii tne con cert, «and still fewer at the ball. The committee were no less unfor tunate in their latest effort, having had to work very hard to prepare anything like a presentable pro gramme. Some of our best helpers in local entertainments have left, and are on the point of leaving the the district, and others had taken advantage of the day to go out for a holiday. At the last moment three gentlemen performers sent an apology so that the perfoimers and committee are lo be congratulated on the enter tainment passing ofE with fair suc cess in the face of so many discourage ments. There was a very good house and the audience seemed well pleased with the performers generally, whilst the concluding farce fairly brought j down the house...