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Oddfellows Ball at Stanley [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891

[?] i.J. -Jtlt V-;r f.r : ; ?] , (By. opr Hillsborough Correspondent^ j The M.U.I.O,O.P. celebrated their 29th anniversary at the Temperance Hall, Stanley, on Friday, May. 22nd. The night ?- Svas beautifully fine and -visitors put in an appearance .from Myrtleford, Yackandandah, Hills 'horoiigh, Beechworth, and Mudge igonga. l he hall was nicely aecorated for the occasion by Misses Muter (2), Murray and Doyle, assisted by the Brothers of the Order. 51 couples assembled to trip the light fantastic to music supplied by Mr Hollister and Son (flute and piccolo) t and Mr Mitchelson (piano.) Mr C. Harridge acted as M.C. Mr Manton, P.P.M., explained the benefits derived from being a member of some friendly society, and showed the wonderful progress made by the M.U.I.O.O.F. in V ictoria. In the year 1840 on the 1st October an advertisement appeared in one of the Melbourne papers that a meeting would be held in the Adelphe Hotel Melbourne, for the purpose of establishing a lodge in Victoria....

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The following are the arrangements for services by the REV. J. H. MEEK, B.A., up to Sunday, June 7th : — Sunday, May 31st — Yackandandah, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Back Creek, 3 p.m. Sunday, June 7th — Kergunyah, at 1 1 a:m. Sandy Creek, at 3 p.m. Kiewa, at 7 p.m. {With Supplement.) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1891.

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Strange Murder near Ballarat. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891

Strange Murder near Ballarat. ? :u: ? A murder was committed on Soldier's Hill, Ballarat, at about 7 o'clock on Saturday night, the victim being a man named Nicholas Heeney, 58 years of age. A young man named Beecham was passing the corner of lagar stud. JAowitfc strcetsj Here lie he found Heeney lying on the path with the left side of his skull smashed in apparently by a tomahawk or some such instrument. Heeney was gasp ing. hut died in a few seconds. Beecham at once gave information to the police, and the matter has been placed in the hands of Detective sergeant Charles. Heeney was a widower .residing along ot Rocky Ponds, beyond the new cemetery, and about half a mile from where he was murdered. Be was well off iiaving been a shareholder in the Band of Hope Mining Company in palmiest days. Of late years he had become a strong believer m spirrasm, and was 0enerally considered rather eccentric. He was, however, very intelligent, having been educated it is said, for the priesthood. ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TIN MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891

Tin Mining. A 'correspondent who in another column con tributes an article on the prospects of tin mining- in this district, ais a result of -the trend of the Mount Wills , and Mitta M itta ^tin fields makes' some .^ery.perfcinenjt. -observations well ( worthy of con sideration on the part of those who would like to see . what our , geologi cal surroundings' consist of. He has. jclearly 'pointed' 'but that * the'* tinfieldS 4 referred to have every indication ?of extending in a direct ?north- westerly direction. Of ; course -ifr'is' not possible to state how' the- lead* - will extend, in the absence -of pros pecting at this end. The belt may ,. extend for many miles or it may hav^ a .limit not far -from the locality where dense scrub, rough weather jknd-snow have compelled- prospectors - -in ^ne mountains to abandon for the winter the further tracking of the stanniferous depomts1. r^But fa there any reason why the prospecting should not be taken up at the -hteajd' ! of 'Sandy Creek,...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAYSIDE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891

WAYSIDE NOTES . ' ? :o: ? I {( C2r» -id 3-. — -» UJI llt\3 ticfcl path in the ' Ovens and -Murray Advertiser.' I liave never yet had occasion to criticise this worthy scribe, but as the- local correspondent of the ' Age ' I must haul in his rope, as there is evidently too much slack. # * * * ' Surmisor's ' logic regarding the Yackandandah railway reminds me of Tomlinson in Paul Clifford, who treated everything from, a logical point of view. ' Surmisor ' thinks that lock-ups, police courts, churches and railways 'were never intended to pay ' divs.'' But perhaps the Cor poral in Eugene Aram — a man of the world — would better portray ' Sur misor's' everyday life — treats life as a matter of fact, and there is an end of it. * * * \ I have a bone to pick with ' Sur misor,' who has scored a point at my expense. Recently Surmisor, myself, the railway official referred to in his article, and others were on the rail way works. It was the day on which the engine first passed over the new bri...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891

r - 1 | Auctions* jji ? T. A. Knaggs/ ft ii ? ? J;-' ? fc! || T. A. Kjvaggss, atom^Me^ ' v' I] BTSTLEP O^R D i HAS Several .Valuable. Prppertie8.7for Private Sale in ^varidaS parts of the . \ Kiewa and Ovens River Districts. ! REGULAR SALES of LIVE STOCK I held iii MYRTLEFORD ''EVEST''' I ALTERNATE TUESDAY, ;-n i - ' ? l FOR PRIVATE SALE: 1'T7\ARM at Kinchington's Creek, J- containing about 235 acres. % App!y | T. A. KNAGGS, j Auctioneer, Dederang. | SALE OF FURNITURE, &G. I AT YACKANDANDAH. f WEDNESDAY, Jane, 3rd, 1891, at One o'clock. TA. KNAGrGS under instruc . tions from Mr S. P. Jessop who is leaving the district, will sell on -above date : — Drawing Room Furniture Dining Room Furniture Bedroom Furniture ; Vienna Suite Fancy Chairs, Conches, Tables, &c, I Piano (Mignon) i Pictures, Fenders, Carpets I Kitchen Utensils - And a quantity of Sundries too numerous io mention. i T. A. KlfAGGrS, Auctioneer, Myrtleford. j J. W- Thwaites & Co. JW. THWAITES &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891

WATERLOO HOTEL, (OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.) high STREET, YACKANDANDAH . OLD ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL HOUSE. frank Entra - Proprietor, BEGS to return thanks to the Public ? generally for support accorded him in the past, and hopes by strict; attention, to their requirements toreceiye a fair measure evert accommodation for VISITORS AND FAMILIES. A First-class Cuisine Guaranteed. Only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits kept. First-class Sample Room Bath, &c. Superior Alcock's Billiard Table. Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND LOWE'S COACHES. STAR HOTEL, ' YACK AND AN D AH. P. McDermott - Proprietor, DESIRES to intimate to his numerous friends of Yackandandah aud public generally, that he has taken the above well known hostelry, and trusts by strict atten tion to the requirements of his patrons to receive a fair share of support. First-class Accommodation for Travellers. Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits only kept. Yackandandah Shoeing For...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEECHWORTH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891

i BEECHWORTH MARKET. ? :u: ? Messrs F. T. Moore and Co. report having held their usual fortnightly sale at Beechworth, on Wednesday, when they had a full supply of cattle yarded. The quality, however, was only middling and the attendance moderate, and prices showed a de cline on last week's rates. Fat bullocks brought from £4 5s to £5 10s; fat -;ows from £3' to £5 7s 6d ; vealers to 32s ; milch -.cows £5. Theysold drafts for MesrsBriggs, Cain, Neary. Stephens, M'Guiness and others. Store cattle. — Very few yarded and sold at reduced rates. Sheep.- — rThere was but a moderate supply Merino wethers sold from 8s Id to 8s 9 ; merino ewes 6s 6d ; crossbred ewes, to 15s 2d. They sold drafts for Messrs Martin and Gambold, at full rates ; also, pri vately. the firm have sold 787 mixed sheep for Mr J. T. Martin.

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Commercial. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891

? ; -frmmercfak^ : MELBOUBNELrVE STOfeK'REPORT I ; .Z'jiJl-t'S. 'Pat. Cattle.-— 2, 90pr yarded, ^in prising l^OO j^in^e^£^pj^ii;^al-as; j and' Qneensland,' 1,000 from North Eastern — district, -and- -600 from Gfppsland- About 500. were 6old,on WedBesdfey, £be^-' ^rem^tmder^ viz. 2,40fl;[pa^BCj|l imderithgjljajffigier on Thursday. The— greater portion, | consisted ^f-. middling-, andi ,-Miferior detecriptionS,tJprith als^artatyi'of^Kme. Owing to the. }hcaipy-i supply - and the ^nfli^ejsent . tlwe, cattle, iihp( exoept for pnnle pens, ^wnich met. Jprmer r^t^s, . ,P|^e oe^^pf tod heavy do. from £|0 c1^61to^l, 7s: odd b^aste Mjg, r . jilrwu vl 1p. I; ii; 5E. i, — pSifti middling ana inferior from 1j5, primCj pens of cows from L5 10s. to L6 5s, others from L4. Fat CALTgpl — 300 penned. The dei^^ra|^fl| la^ week's ^^tes.l Plrime^ sol^ '^t; from 55s to €p|, g66d sold^ at i^oikj|Wsi to 50s, mi^pii^an^^ki^ocj^jii^20s-4 Fat SMBP.f-l^ie market was again heavily^ su^pliildl %0,o00 ''having been...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891

POLICE COURTS. ? .KJ. ? The following are Mr Rowan's appoint ments at (he undermentioned Courts dur ing the year. He will also attend add tional days when practicable : — YACKANDANDAH — Mondays, 11 o'clock on February 2. March 2, April 13 May 11, June 1, July 6, August 10, September 7, October 12, November 2 and December 14. Mb. PERRY, of Beech worth, will visit Yackandandah, on the dates appointed b\r the Police Court Magistrate

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891

DISTRICT MATCHES. A football match between the Beech worth and Rutherglen teams took place at Rutherglen on Monday. The Rutherglen team, which is a strong one, completely ^outpaced their opponents, kicking nine goals tonil. The Albury United defeated a team from Wagga by 6 goals 13 behinds to 2 behinds on Monday, and proceed to Chiltern to-day (Saturday) to play against a team there.

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891

General News. ? ? — :-o! ? Tables showing . the imports and exports of the Australasian colonies for the year 1890 have been issued by the Government statist. The total. value of imports in Victoria was ; £22,954,015, and of .exports £13,2(56,222. For ifew South Wales the returns are, imports ±-151,^70,039, and exports £21,935,342. ' ; . ... An extensive operation in Russian wheat is reported. A powerful syn dicate, comprised of Xxerman^ and Italian speculators, j has negotiated ?tiie purchase- of wheat to - the Value of 50,000,000 roubles. . -£5,000,000.) xlt isxeporied that a wheat ring 'has ibeen.:formed an France, where the jcrops are - in -a critical condition:- -It : is aestimated that the home -supply will be deficient by about 20,000,000 - .hectolitres. 1 ?' ' . ' A' -pedestrian named' . Richard Davidson, who won the 440 Yards 'Handicap1 at ' the recent Bairnsdale 4ip' 'at' feWBaiiiis 'police cBiil*t last ^^ri^y^: scli^rge'd « S^th having committed. 1 wilfdl J an^L tolaratib...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891

. MELBOURNE MATCHES. Seldom, if ever, has a better display of football than that pro vided by (the . Ereen dori and South Melbourne clubs, on the East Melbourne dricket-ground. on Mon day, been witnessed in Melbourne. For an hour an^, lorty mjnutes ,the representa ti Jae nt *«?« .filubs' strove i-to -outpace each etber, aud in the ^end, though each team doubtless thought itself - -the better, they both hbd to postpone thfc determination of their rival merits tinfil fa lutiire -Gccasiob. 'The seona?^ ^ 7 gng»l« g ffihiiftts Btid gbals 8 oenindi, ; Essendon tbe advantage of the $ipe behind. Xfae (*uatcli exci ted . th^ , Utmost enthusiasm a»-o»g8t, a ^cro^ of, about. - 30,d6o neonle who had gathered jto ,witness t'., A & ojth Melbourne ^ * .f . V ?Wi'^ionSajY ;fiaVe~~not ' so1 far~'been~ defeated, or suff re i the partial discom- ^ fiture implied by ' a draw,' they w ill : figure at the head of the premiership 'list once again for a time at least. The splendid form shown up to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891

TJE3IB Yackandandah TIMES Published every Saturday, In time for {early mails, DUNSTAN j & ^McKAY, Proprietors.' The tackand and ah times circulates throughout the whole of the Yackandandah Shire, and in theTowong, Beeech worth, and Bright Shires. A SUPPLEMENT, containing 14 columns of interesting reading matter is published with each issue. ^ The TIMES is published so as to reach all the outlying districts on Saturdays, and it contains the Latest Local and Greneral Hews. Its columns contain the Latest information relative to Stock and Station Markets. The wants of the Agriculturalists receive careful consideration. Every encouragement is given to Mining in the hope that the reports may be the medium of infusing more life into the industry — especi- ally considering our mining resources, practically undeveloped! All classes and creeds have an im partial news and advertising medium in the YACKANDANDAH TIMES. Secretaries of football, cricket clubs aud other public institutions ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891

pRIVATE, NERVOUS & SKIN DISEASES, &c. 'Man's body, when 'tis stricken oy disease, So surely will the mind be ill at ease.' DR. FRED SOMAN, Licentiate Medical B ard of Victoria, Licentiate Faculty of Physician' and Sur geons, Glasgow. Diploma from Dublin. (Registered by Act of. ^Parliament in Vic toria, New South Wales, Tasmania, and Queensland), Hay be consulted at his Rooms 155 ELIZABETH STREET, (four Doors from Bourke-street, Melbotjrke, on NERVOUS DEBILITY, SYPHILITIC, genOrrhcea., SKIN & PRIVATE DISEASES. Db FREDERICK HO MAN is a legally qualified Medical Practitioner, and has de voted a life-time to the st jdy of Private, -Nervous, ana Skin Diseases. The great suc cess achieved by him speaks volumes in his favour. It is a success which is totally un precedented, for by his unwearied researches into the subtle mysteries of the healing ;art, he has rescoed thousands of his fellow crea tores from being hurried in the bloom of youth to a premature aud untime...

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[?]r Connection with the [?] ills and Mitta Mitta Mines. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891

WfconnecM-,n With ^ V wm mid Mitta, Mftta Exiling Correspondent.) |,e tin country of Mount °Ld some two years since, Zi without) whose, area Lmprising upwards of a Jare miles, have been upon whose prospects Lieut geologist has lately tfv reported for the second j ft an interval of 12 months ent bears favourably upon ° ] interests of Yackandan ^exteutuot. hitherto justly 11 j |jV the inhabitants of JLp'auci district. A cursory L Geological map of Vic \rs that the metamorphic Lin the discovery of these ^ Wade, extends north and into and through our con . , similar cliaracterestics t and left-handed fall into of the Mitta Mitta Ol ivers- e original discovery of these ^ measures due to the Ralston, the later Mason „ orateful state will ac n pvcumum, earned ionising the production tal next perhaps to iron in ,;5— whose main supplies tf]v been derived from the alluvial deposits of Banca, [wit's settlements, whose in lode form has hitherto lost entirely confined to the eplv worked mines of...

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The Prospecting Vote. DENUNCIATION BY THE GOVERNMENT GEOLOGIST [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891

The Prospecting Vote. | ? »n« ? ? 1 DENUXCTATTON by THE GOVERN* E MENT GEOLOGIST 1 The Government geologist is a pro- | nounced opponent of the system of 1 distributing the prospecting vote by | means of grants in aid to mining | companies. In his annual report he 1 draws attention to the importance 1 of inquiring into various areological 1 questions arising out ot tiie mvestiga- I tions of field geologists and the | results obtained by means of boring. | He regards it as of the utmost im- j portance that the problems arising 1 in connection with the structure of the silnrian rocks should be worked out by a staff of geologists. The fact has long been recognised that certain belts or zones of the silnrian roek layers contain auriferous reefs, while in other apparently different groups of bands the quartz is poor or barren, and Mr Murray is of opinion that the tracing out ana aeuiiutatiou 01 Big these respective groups, with tlieir - A relations to one another, and the |1| observation...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YACKANDANDAH CLUB v. IMPERIAL (OSBORNE'S FLAT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891

YACKANDANDAH CLUB v. IMPERIAL j (OSBORNE'S FLAT.) I Yackandandah was all a-stir on Monday afternoon, and between one and three o'clock patrons of Australia's National game were to be seen wending their way to the Recreation Reserve, where the Imperial Club from Osborne's Flat had been invited by the Yackandandah Club to try con clusions, and as there were no counter attractions, (the day beiug a holiday and weather beautiful) a large number of specta tors were on the ground. There was a great deal of interest centre4 in the match, it being the opening one of the season, and also the Impeiial's first attempt to lower the colours of the Blue and White team ; in fact their first attempt at ' toeing ' the ball against opponents. Long before the juniors had finished their struggle for [ supremacy, bone and muscle began to show forth, and the captains elect were busy gatheiing their team together, and all seemed eager for the fray. On the word 4 ' line up ' being given Yackandan dah's rol...

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FOOTBALL. BEECH WORTH JUNIORS v. YACK ANDANDAH JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891

? ? BEECflWOtlTH JUNIORS V TACK ANDANDAH JUJSIORS. ' . Beechworth Junioral paidl^Tackand- ! and'an ft' -Hat to tiy conclusions with the i local iad8 x-n Monday,. March 25th, «. and ar- | riving in town about midday, they proceeded ' to the ground at once, for it was necessary an early start should be made, as the seniors clubs {Yackandandah and ttahniWa Flat) were to take possession of the field for their match at three o'clock. They decided to play 80 minutes, in four quartern of 20 minutes each. The local lads were captained by J. iogan, whilst Todd had the leadership of the City of the Hills-ites. The game was a very fast one, which may be judged by the fact of three field umpires being ? required during the match. Although - Yackandandah had the best of. the game right through, Beechworth kept up the pace, and played gamely to the finish. At the tmal Cilll of lime Ya.ckitfl-l9.ndAh Viail tn 1 Vtpir ci edit 6 goals 13 bebinds, whilst Beechworth had 2 behinds. The goal kickers for...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 May 1891

Local and General, Fourth Page — On our Fourth Page will be found the following articles — Our Melbourne Letter; Mining Nuggets ; Bar nawartha Items ; Failure of the Wodonga Building Society ; - and items of General .News. : : Tenders. — The next meeting of the Yackandandah Shire Council takes place on the llth of June, an3 it' will be seen^hy an advertisement in another column that tenders for' several works close at 11 o'clocq on that date. - Head Teachers.'^— 'By last week's ' Gazette ' vacancies for head teachers at Yackandandah and Barnawartha are ^ 'notified. *0;Ui Land - Sals. — A sale of Crown Lands in ;fee simple will take plaice at Beechworth »tt Tuesday, June 2nd. - Non-Clerical Examination. — Appli ' cants to be recorded for appointment in the Non-Clerical Division of the PublicJSer vice are requested *0 'pre&ent themselves : -for examination, at the State School Beech worth, .No. 15,60, at 9.45 a.m. on Saturday, 30th3fjiii?.3~i; .6 Lit fi JZ-iti r Sale. — Mr T. ...

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