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Helen Benton's Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

Helen Benton's Story; i ? ? ? ? ! When I took passage on the Castle Clifford i for AQBtralia 1 wevsj, like the boys in tbe story bookB, to seek my fortune. It was a comical thing for a girl to do, but I was alone in the world, and tbe prGS pect of being a govei&eBB, or a companion to a lady, whioh all I could be m'Englaud, made me desperate. Therein the New World, I said to myself, I could set to work to make my fortune. I ioaldi'perhaps, with what money I had, buy a little land and cultivate it — I had a talent for that Bortof thing, I believed, and, with the help of a few laborers, I could have a model farm, a beautiful dairy, raise fruit, and live amongBt the green things growing to the end of my days. Oddly enough, the thought that I might marry never entered my mind. At twenty-five I oonsidered myself 'set- tled,' and expected to be a spinster. Of course on shipboard one always makes acquaintance with eome of the other pas sengers, and the captain, seeing me alone, intr...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

Late Advertisements. ? V*S- ' Wanted: — a strqng boy. liable to Deliver Bread and make himself-generally useful. I Apply to ' r L. STEPHENS, Baker, Yackandandah. Victorian Railways. CHEAP EXCURSIONS. TjtfRST and second class return tickets Jj (the former to a limited ^extent) available by the specials only going, and for reruro by all ordinary trains for 21 days (day of excursion aod return included), will be issued as under, and the trains will run on the dates specified. The second , return adult fa^es are quoted after, certain principal stations, and proportionate rates will be charged to or from the others (as the case may be). The first-class fares are double tbe rates for second class, children under 15 years will be charge! about half fare. For further particular see handbills exhibited at station. WINTON and the BEECHWORTH r rvn? lftfh .Tune, from Mel U. ? * v » ? ? ? . bonrne to Winton, and all stations thence to Wangaratta and Beechworth inclusive. Thursday, 11th June, to ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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Whist as She is Played "Iris" Pictures a Quiet Evening At Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

Whist as She is Played j *' Iris ' Pictures a Quiet Evening At Home ? ? ? ? ? I (Scene : Tbe small sitting ? room. A polished floor glimmering between rngs. book-shelves with calf-bound ' favorites,' whioh no one ever thiuks of reading. A sofa with two pillows, on which Lilian's fair hand haB depicted some strange, prcadamite forms of vegetation, of future value as illus trating the first -savage stages of decorative art. Round a green-baize table sit the family playing whist. Mamma, a benign, etout, gentlelady, with eyebrows perpetually lifted in a state of mild and plaintive deprecation, and glasses well down on tbe tip of her nose, plays with papa, at whom she gazeB with .timorons appeal. Papa, rotund, flushed, gray-haired, tilts hiB chair back on its hind .legs, or else hitches it'cloee to the table. As the interest of the game increases, he un fastens, t-ne by one, tbe buttons of his waist coat, beginning from the bottom, till is gapeB open and reveals a triangle of ehirt. The ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

Church Notices. j The following are the service arrange ments in connection with the different denominations for Sunday next : — WESLEY AN CHURCH Mr Bowie. Yackandandah, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Back Creek, 3 p.m. Rev. W. H. Ferbeb. Stoney Creek 11 fljn. Buffalo River, 3 p.m. Myrtleford, 7 p.m.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

Auctions . | T. A. Knaggs. | T. A. Knaggs, | AUCTIONEER KTSTLSFOBD. HAS Several Valuable Properties for Private Sale in various' parts of the Kiewa and Ovens River Districts. REGULAR SALES of LIVE STOCK held in MYRTLEFORD EVERY ALTERNATE TUESDAY. FOB PRIVATE SALE. ? ! FARM at Kinchington's Creek, j containing about 235 acres. j Apply T. A. KNAGGS, Auctioneer, Dederang,. J. W. Thwaites & Co. JW. THWAITES & CO. will hold . SALES of LIVE STOCK as under : — ESKDALE, monthly market, Monday June, 15th, 1891. CORRYONG, monthly market, Saturday, June 20th. 1 TALLANGATTA MARKET— Saturday, 27th June. YACKANDANDAH Market, Early in July Persons having Stock for any of these Sales are requested to send .full parti culars as early as possible to J. W. THWAITES & CO., j Tallangatta. P, T. Moore & Co. Monday, 8th June, 1891, At Yackandandah.. VALUABLE TOWNSHIP PROPERTIES. P. T. MOORE & CO., HAVE been favored with instructions from MRS N. FORDE, to Sell on the...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

'WATERLOO flOTKTi, (OPPOSITE TH*: POST OFFICE.), ' B IGH STREET, 1 lUcKANDANDAH J'1 OLD ESTABLISHED1 COMMERCIAL - : HOUSEv : ,;,-n : Frank Entra v-' Proprietor. EVERY ACCOMMODATION FOR VISITORS AND families: A First-class Cuisine Guaranteed. Only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits kept. First-class Sample Room Batli, &c. Superior Alcock's Billiard Table; Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND LOWE'S COACHES. STAB HOTEL, YACKANDANDAH. P. McDermott - Proprietor, DESIRES to intimate to his numerous friends of Yackaudaudab. and public generally, that he has taken the above ell known liosteliy, and trusts by strict atten tion to the requirements of his patrons to receive a fair shave of support. First-class Accommodation for Travellers. Best Braods of Ales, Wines and Spirits only kept. Yackandandah Shoeing Forge. M. B. Glune, GENERAL BLACKSMITH. Horses Shod with greatest care and attention.^ » Every Description of bniitli work neatly executed. All...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TALLANGATTA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

TALLANGATTA MARKET. J. W. Thwaites and Co. report having held their usual monthly sale at Tallangatta on the 30th ult , when they yarded 1221 head of cattle to a good attendance of buyers. Biddings were dull at the beginning of the sale, but improved considerably towards the end. They succeeded in disposing of over 700 head by the hammer and several sold privately, x ney ^uoU; . - oowc for L9 l£e -to L5 2s 6d ; store bullocks from L2 19s to L4, the latter being a nice lot ; store cows from LI 16s to L2 16s 6d ; cows and calves from L2 10s to L3 9s ; 18 months steers to L2 8d (the latter being very well bread) ; young heifers from LI 13s io L2 18s ; pod .dies from : 18s. to LI 4s. At the above prices they sold drafts for Messrs John Keady, H. Abbott, E. J. Stanley, A- Blair, Scales Bros, n PSvmf.. Tims A l]f»n Pnnlfnn T. Kelly, R. Nicholson, M. Tobin, J. Tobin, J. Robinson, S Dunstan, M. M'Mahon, J. Harris, R. J. Poul ton, E. Kirk, J. W. : Wilson and others.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

Commercial . I MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT Fat Cattle. — 2,500 were entered for sale, bat, a large draft not being at the trucking station in time to load, reduced the number to 2350 head. About 950 came from New South Wales, 1000 from North eastern district, 400 from Gippsland. y-v m 1 AKA ? ? ? ? ? 3. J ? -jn .Luesaay zov were yaraea, wmcn met with brisk competition. The remainder, viz. 2100 head, were sold on Wednesday, the greater portion of which consisted of good to prime qualities. There was a fair demand at the opening of the market, and the prices realised were equal to those obtained last weeks and continued so until towards the close, when bidd ings became duller and prices ruled considerably lower. Prime pens of bullocks, from £8 10s to £10 ; extra prime and heavy bullocks, from £10 7s 6d to £11 ; good pens t)f bullocks faom £7 to £8 ; middling and inferior, from £5 ; prime pens of cows, from £6 to £6 7s 6d ; others from L4. Fat Calves. — 250 were penned. All qualities w...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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Words of Wisdom. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

Words oi' Wisdom- . j It is certainly right to seek - for and to secure & fair return for all labor ; but the consuming desire lor more 'than this, the restlessness that is never satisfied and that never save, ?* It is enough,' the discontent that 'always undervalues what it possessed -and covets what is out of reach, is the worm at the core of real happiness.

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CONVICT DAYS VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. TRUE CHRONICLES. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] NO. 9. CHAINED TO A ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

CONVICT DAYS VAN DIfeMAN'S TRUE CHRONICLES. ? ? ? 4*^ ? ? [all JJIGH16 BESEHVED.J ..... ? L ? ? No. 9. ' ? ? — CHAINED TO A BOCK. j The Van Dieman's Land authoriitea Fjemed to take a special delight in distribnt hifi thtir convict stations. No leas than three penal settleraQGta were established v ii'.iiu a lew years 4-f each other. The first ittidciiief at Hobart Town (Port Arthur), the cgcosd on tbe Tamar (L&unceston), and the tuixd in 1S16 at Macquarie Harbor. Of all ?hc&a stations the last was the worst and aoat dreaded by the felons. Macquarie Harbor is situated on the south-west coast oi Van Dieman's Land. In &li the wide world there is not a' wilder nor mere unheritable coast than this. The gigantic cliff-; have to maintain a perpetual battle with the bleak and stormy Southern Oeean. Almost incees&ntly the great rollers or, ah themselves against the ironboand coast, and their work of ages has made itself felt on tbe adamantine rocks. In places t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

IO^-a^-^OL 'iiJUil ? j— ^ ^ ? ? ? ? rmnr-TTTTTi. ? ! - . . I 1 HtJ ,V AO - ? ' .: Melfeourne WooL pGr,ain, atifl0 Produce M&rkets.i - n ;? ... J -rn- V-I a ' m ^r'T^r un^l-r f .-.-.in* 'o:'^ -r. han zaoa qos? '* 'vctjn' ' '!-J 10 Wool; 5 Capital' ffnllf 'Snbsfcribed - - - - - £4,000,000noT :XSmta3_Piiid=Wi - - £ 1,000,000 iqOsawiAar auo.r« . -?*: -- v1:- ? ? 'si^jooo ,su aeiYUA aaASJi — rtok.no Regulapc^-^^^' SgPM of WeaH®M!0analraRi3iifeBa bf ? ' all Descriptions. ? ? J35^i&c31i - ' r; Orrmost favorable terms on the ensuing, clip . ofTV'OOL *GrRA±N\ and PRODUCE, for Sale^ih^MSlliteii^ 6¥l Sh^nfeh-r';,-'s-| f 0fjrfs2 liD^'ldslsO London: - *?-*? ®FoI©aa^Soi#aaaiiI,R-BitiffiisB^ BrjitAiL..8-iaS[8 'SO SOOTS (-?3SlT Stor^^i.^w|^0^ vQ-baijk.0 nsiB baiiioiboM noil ^ %Ro^sfa:-.Mv|iCT' ! aa?'P3:-A-j-c3: -i:t gaadHO'T5iT7iiJO*- I y\iA Y fiRg lip'flfci rAuctioneers and Estate] A^feP-agyCcSins-street, Melbonrne, Siui 14 Chapel-street, South Yarra. Daily ±i£ed- ah ,^verv ffRie j...

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Tallangatta Railway Opening. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

TaUangatta Railway o^^ I There was rather a stormy B ing at Tallangatta ou Tuesday H ing, on the occasion of deciding H steps should be taken to celebrai H the railway opening. There was7 I attendance of about 100 persons a 5 H Mr Craven M.P. was also B The motion deciding to hold a p^jj HH demonstration was carried. \r° Sf Craven said that he believed tjT |H& Yackandandah railway would k! ready for opening a little before th! H9I Tallangatta line. It was diffiCuu to say when the opening would tak IfflS place, but he thought about thel^ MB August. An opening demonstration fifif was to be held at Yackandandah to HB which the Governor would be invited 8BBI and he suggested that HH| demonstrations be held a day apa^ IHh from each other — say open th® |§B| Yackandandah line on a Thursday BB| and the Tallangatta line on a Friday §§§l| It would afford the Governor anj §BB members of the Ministry and Parlia. Hh ment an opportunity of seeing tie BnB countrj, and the Governor would B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

J|Rtv* 'Nervous' ' ?y^ - '?? 1©tSBASES, &C. ''MahVbody, when 'tis stricken oy dise;i8ei So .Surely rwill JAife. mind'be : ill at -eifce.?' DRi FRED HOHAN, - Lioentiate.r Medical B.tard of Viet-wik, ; ? t rr Liceiitiate - Fa^alfcy of Physician^ Sand Sur : . geous, Glass'!ff. Diploma from Dublin.'- -j (Registered by Act : -of Parliament' in Vie-1 , . . toria, .New- South, ty ales, Tasmania, and - Queensland)1,. ? - * . ' May ' be .consulted, ai his Roams ' ^ 155 ELTZ ABETff ! STRE feT, , (four Doors^ 'from' 66urTce-^trfe'4t,'MEi,B6trHkBf on ' NERVOUS 'D'EBTCITY, - ^ f. J .- SYPHILITIC; . . (J|EK05RH(E4i ;?! SKIN - T^RiviTfi DISEASES, ...... Dk . FREPERf^K' HO'VlA^ is a; legally qualified M^iVal' Pra tifc'oner; a id 1 has d*e votecl a;lif«-tinje -fco- the -stadV of Private/ Njervou«, a-^d i-kia Diseat^. - jTHe gfeat sue s a.;hie ;edtbv him speaks vplu-nes in his; favour. ' It is* a ^uceess wh'ichr is totally uu precedenfc'4d, for by hi^ uhwearied researches into -the 4ubt'«i. m...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

Local and, General. Fourth Page. — On our Fourth Page will be found ' Gazette' Notices, Albury Market Report, Mining Board, Mining Nuggets, and General News. Correction. — In our report of the last sitting of the Local Land Board we erroneously reported Miss Ivers as being three years behind in her rents. It should have been three half-yearly rents. Coursing. — A coursing club is being formed at Beechworth. Rifle Club. — Those members who have not completed their musketry will have an opportunity of doing so this (Saturday) afternoon. Intending mem bers should also give in their names at once, in order that their musketry returns can be sent down, and thus secure 100 rounds of free ammunition for next year. Departure. — Mr H. Hayward, head teacher of the Yackandandah State School, took his departure cn Wednesday, and although his removal to Cobden was ex pected, as he had been appointed to that* school, it was not expectcd that he would have to leave so soon ; in fact, on Tuesday he...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

FOOTBALL . |R Tho Osborne's Flat team journey to jjBHI Guudowring to-day (Saturday) to com- SS pete against a team there. TcNday^C^atunhiy) £he Wandwerp M® HH Beechworth are tor play the Yackandandw team on their own ground, and the nwtob will, no doubt, be well worth witness^- HH The players . are requested to w on the ground at 2 o'clock sharp j^H when the team to do duty for Yackaudio* ?HB dah will be selected. . The Atbury Unifeots defeated the Ghu tern club on their own ground on Si®' |||£ day last, by 2 goals to 1. According BH Border Post the umpire had a rough do* |H of it, and the game, owing to tbe HB hour of making a start, was finished udW| 9KH difficulties, matches being a substitute®1 BS the electric light. Hb The football matches for the premiersN- 9H| on Saturdaj* afternoon last were of a 0D*' aH sided character. The chief features of t'8 9M afternoon were the fine scoring of Fitzro? and St Kiida, tbe former obtaining |H| goals to five against Footscray, and H*5 latt...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The following are the arrangements for services by the REV. J. H. MEEK, B.A., up to Sunday, June 7th : — Sunday, June 7th — Kergunyah, at 1 1 a.m. Sandy Creek, at 3 p.m. Kiewa, at 7 p.m. ^at^arolamlaf} Citttw {With, Supplement ) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1891.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. REV. T. J. WRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

CHURCH of ENGLAND. Rev. T. J. W bight. Yackandandah, 1 1 a.m. and 7 p.m. Allan's Flat, 3 p.m.

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BUTTER FACTORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

Bdttkb Factories. The question of dairy farming is absorbing the attention of farmers in the Wimmera district j just now, owing to the successful results that have followed the opera tions of some of the Butter Factories and Creameries. There seems to be an idea that factories will return the daixy -farmer more all the year round than home-made butter, and with less labour for wife and family. The Fresh Food and Storage Com pany is doing a great deal towards the promulgation of knowledge on dairy farming, and is at the same time actively engaged endeavouring to start creameries. We have had the pleasure of aquaintance with the principal director who is a store keeper, of Mysia, near Boort, named Boyle. He is an energetic man and s has great faith in the future of dairying for the farmers. As an in stance of what this gentleman has taken in hand we might reprint the following observations that fell from his lips a few days ago, when he visited Burke's Flat in the Avoca ; Valley, for ...

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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

Political. Mr J. L. Dow, late Minister of Lands, addressed his consti tuents at St. Arnaud on Saturday evening last, and we must credit the hon. gentleman with sound and pro gressive views regarding the. rail way policy of the colony. 'Although the colony is almost on its ' beam end ' in regard to procuring money, as in j stanced b^jfche partial failure of the last loan, he does not look upon this as a sufficient reason for stopping the construction of railways, v or. restrain ing our progressive nature. He ack nowledges that there has been a cer tain, amount of wasteful expenditure, which should be guarded against in the future, but he_ considers that compared to the amount spent in re productive works the , waste is very small. He gives a cursory account of the progress of America and its finan cial position before and aftei the American war in 1860 in support of his theory ; in which he shows that prior to the war the indebtedness of the States was £12,000,000, but in five years ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

A man named Urend was killed at B^ndigo _tKrou^^, j^jie^e of i^on falling dowri^a«8^a^f«ttd^ striking him on thfeJrtuSifei Tlie weighed 61bs, auj|-,th^ sh^f^was 2050 ft Aeep. ; A! ^^ephoiieJ-ilias* i-beefi;» : Completed betwl&enl Meibou rpje and; W a^ftaijibpfA^ a.M is-W'^t^afisubcess. r m -«''.» »dt i. . ^7iAqvi?.-;:^AT .^:rrvi/.';o m hjo'i

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