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

[?] ? iewa,— First^ ^0Wedi.esLday :f'iii eaoh^ month. ?- MittaMitta — Every Tuesday ^ T ackahdaiidah— E teiy-'. Monday at 11 &. . /- f ;;L

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mining Nuggets. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

: Mining .. Ntiggets. t ? ! It is Reported to the Mining depart ment that '12-0 ouiices of gold has been: taken ;:to ' Bright. ' 'by Mr Mathieson fi^oni D argo. It 'was obtained on the Divide', . 600.0 feet above the level Of tjie.-sea,;- . : , - ;. , ' At Tawoiiga the -reefs from which crushii%s wfere recently taken liare improved, and it lis thought ; tlvat the upw fields will yet y-roje both perman ent and payable. .. Slessrs -W alker and Robson liave a V/ei-y good show, . as hkve also several other parties^ aud crushmgs will take place during the en'^unig'imohth/ ' ' ' ? ' ' .j, :The.-- ?ei?fes -.recently * discovered at Sruake bailey,- -at iihe 'head-, ol^.the Kie wa -River, : have been opened' up dtifiug the pist. few; weeks with* very sa^sfactory rfe&ults:'' Messrs Patersen' Bi4-s.'; and Slbaii are; §& 1 far the bnly foKtunate holders of .pay able, reefs,: becit th^'re i§, every. probability of more; being opened up during the month. Ajgentleaian^who xisited t...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

ALBURT— MARKET. Cli enter - fr^iojrtl held their UFUftl€6iTHivhily 5 ntai ke% at' 'tire Munidpal Yaros tin Weduefd«y,,'i5^th pins'., -when tliey yar^.eii'60 c~;tt!e' ancl 7,700 fat and eto r-e ?? -«-» wp;'— Til e - attendance -of -4»»yers. wa« an^ ,-egies difficult to effe.t. Fat Catiie.: U'A sfeall princi^ilj' medium (gual'ty- /fli' deaaftmli was mi' el rctiv^i ved^tolly 5s :'H i 5ji tiome msrances 10s per be«d. Best fat bul locks made from £5 1 OsJ fe ';£C IDs, 45 to £5 5a ; best f -t cows *f4 10s to j£o. ofliers from £3. They sold chats* for® M5fferf Fat Sheep : 1100 penned. Biddings we e brisV, but pi ic»3J«ade Y^4^^, head, on prime and fullyf m' qa«litle®? Best nierrari-»retbip'^imad«-fromfg»4o 9-r6d.-y cond Ss 'trr-gs— 9d, Others ' f^om -s-6d ; fat. ewes S* 6d to Ss 9d, good 6s 9d.'~ T*hev MaSliellf&n'dfiC H0v6ifdb¥. 110} Y 1-T0 Fat Lamb? : They sold 200 cross- breds forj -Jvr«yjli.-^fverLd^n -^.tyfrom ^Os^ 10d to ( lls'5d. . ' 1 ? ' ' ' ? . ? ? ^Stdre Slteep : 6603 'f...

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Punch-ents. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

f f 1 I j , i 1 1 * Xow that the unusa^ tremour j -50ncerriing 'Mr 'Deakm's admission to the Cabinet has subsided, some of the Corner are beginning to admit j that it might.. have beeu better ^to ha^ilu9id)liim;in^ ' ; -4 j t \ | Vv ! Those ' private reasons' that Mr Be&kin pleaded as - theJ oaus^ '-^Mbh* kept him outtof ? MrMunro's arms have been' a good deal canvassed ; but they were bona fide. - Most people know it. I)eakin and ^ne pf . h|s f coyea^gues in the laFta- Mmistiy Rent al fgdarantofs tb 4 certain estate. ; ?Phe'est4te we At up a tree, and the luckless guarantors became responsible for something Over a million s terliijg, . hoi d i ng . the estate as security.. What their posi tion is fchey are struggling to. find ©Alt.: -But it is a very embarrassing one. Mr Deakin thinks it incompa tible with, the 9ffi.ee o-£r&. Minister of the CroXra. ' His' £rieii8s iibnoiir his scruples.; ^ ^ , T ^93ht the lircthbef-s hsfv-e Ivies' of raM^feSy c^the^braito^are-li^iE...

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

[?] — 1 r'T u: ? AppiicaWforllpens^approved— Henry Wilso^NraaafrT awuiga ; Ellen fefficfe, {&$a, ?iS'reeburgh^:! iTitoeti -G? Crowe, 1000a,: ?tBhrrxjWVe ; Mary 5.: ; t .waysi ApplicatiotLs'forgi?iijits approved — W— Huglies.- I6a-3r 15p, Porepunkat ? D.-'Ui il ? L*wj.v Hirrrfl-iWlIlTD ? 1_ J^UUL. ADiumi^ lOa-oFA yJLJLpflfDUCK 3 and. * ? -.j .T ransfer . of ^ - leasehold s./.— ^ Mcintosh' to A;E.Hill,: ^54ajf Yafec^ andandah ?; Josh 1 ! Evans;' ' ' Jane Mackay, 25a, Tp^ong,; Tenders for' grazing lands up to 26th: June — Lot 16 ; grazing block (No. 4364)'^3t)'S8^Seing«llotment 2,L, pai'isli o£ Bruarong j Beech^Htfc district;— Lot 17 ^grazing block (Iff® 4365)— ^2300 acres,; vcomtnencing. ?.; kt the south-west -3 --raer ;of allotment'!#,' pari&h: : of! Freeburgh ;:then6e soufch'i/ easterly by 43*e; yello^r' areia''(Fr^e-1 burgli) about six miles ; thence easterly about' ^seietp miles to the rigk t-hand , bi-aach of . the: - ? Kiejra River ; thence- by' -thai river aboax...

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

'?[^T^ -ldfluehza ^ispi&emicl *-ltT .V '??I arf-i ' ii* !:V'l JJ: 'i:{ , iT-he. influenza i5| raging 'gain wis year with uuprjecedeuted deadliness. . The para,-: lisfirfg mfluenfc'e^ of ' this . te^ribla ^malady have ias^iiried5 the alarming dimeusions of«a; pl^gtie.jty-Tije -tiieteniper 13 of *: :po^erIully: ?W^SSS: eeVenty af the visifcitiou Eclipses all previous attacks. r 'The' toedifeal : faculty; fails to ac cpufltr ?f6r .the - outbreak,- ; .and ; is powerless t. JjC'introl i fes .spread. : ' .Doptors, Norses, aud' hospitals are dioag evpryt!}!nK possible for sufferers, 'feut are Overwhelmed by tbe: nniltittfde1 : ^cryin^ ' ' bitterly 'for :r^lief. ; '-A despatch : *-£rom- one' ; town etates ' that- 3 'Oi ®uet day,;, this was ^.bout the daily ajsrefage,!.,. and.,; ,fcliev , streets , were crpWded Iwith ' ' vehicles carrying the dead t6l 'th&t ia§t! 're^titig 'plUife' ; and '. the sad v^canby deithi depressed tewery hou%e-i !hold. oSiKb /trying times s as ; thes...

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The [?] Mining Board [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

[?] The usual meeting was held on Tuesday ' ; 'May. ' ? fPfc6stnt : Mr Murphy (in the chair), and and Messfhf j^Mart, Little, TmulseAr jMmgan, and jBarrass. The minutes of t|-pVevious meeting were read and confirmed. Mr Peter Gleeson-gj^M^nHtm^^ at . Jamieson was held over until the tion for the purchase of an allotment at Silver Creek formerly Pooley's) iwas _lf^ing ! auriferous1 and' races going through : it. i-The- '?applibationis M i 'MfesSr^ i iLondrigan and0'1 ?'Satnblebe were ; : s: ranted. The lands applied for by | ? MessrsRAj anfi^Pri , and John Dodds were-Jield over for in ^ spection - sand, ; rrepor tf; by 4c®al ; members^ * ' Mr- 'Smart - gtfesehted- a j *^ftoni' 10 rfesidfent's l^f --SSii^' i Creek, complaining about'' 'the herds- ? man (A.. : 'CiiO-ye) -of not. -doing -litis : duty. Hteimoved that the locat inom bp rg . visit t|ie- place a^nd ; ah ojld armeet jing of persons interested,. ; on* Junes 1 S^pro^jmo^. f p?;, ^Ue „ pj^rpose iof. . sm quirijag r into. ; -fsa...

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

POLICE COURTS. ? ? — ,c=r— - ♦u. ? — — w The following are Mr Rowan,eryppoi^t- ' ?tefBfrf2rmUT|tipraa C^j-^diKQ ing the year. He will also attend add - tional days when practicable : — i o'clock on Februaryj2,! -Arc? f * May 11, June 1, July' 6, August 10, September 7, October 12, November 2 and December 14. M[V%4nT^.^ii5y«,®^ HL on February 10, April 7,.3ti@M 4, October 6, December 8. ? ^.°,%rBRR*«SOrfeSSorliaiffii -dsit Yackaodandah, on the dates appointed ty the Police Court Magistrate

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WO[?] MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

woEoaafai juA.r&b£o- i i Chene.ry Bros, repo t having held *tbe n W6d5»iga iM'arkfet *ew IVi-day .. '22nd ; May/J ; w hen i 10 head of . Seattle -£sei»-, aFardfRi,'*ov^ , lair attetidauce of buyers. Prices were s £li?bilyrwtak^i;(^»n atil»ftgaaJe. n^afeiul-r, ' ]o\:tV' fl i silif f Vfea'md Hto 'to ^£4 ^*-^reeraP »? _ m r- rt jrc-rs-!. . t .*Vt*r rr-rM« *m*rr m * at thei-e tiuu'es an entire clearance wis effected. They sold diaftsfor Li. St^ndeu, E. O. Dun-t:-n, and G. Cobham. ? .R r; r-T ! .. . ) J llP, ?

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Beechworth Warden's Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

Beechworth Warden's Court. At the above Court, on Tuesday before Mr Warden Rowan, Jame, O'Neill proceeded against Rudolp and party for £10 damages for tre»' passing npon a residence area a* Stanley. Mr Brown appeared for the complainant, and Messrs Zincke and Perry for the defendants. I he com plainant deposed that on the 26th of May, and on subsequent days, the defendants bad trespassed upon his j residence area, which he held under miner's light. On the 26th of May the defendants broke down his fence, and they had been mining within the area ever since. Cross-examined by Mr Zincke, the complainant said he spoke to Mr Davidson when he was making a snrvey of the area, and pointed out to him for pegs he had put in, enclosing his house and a quarter of an acre of land, which he intend to fall back upon in the event of his residence area of one acre being reduced . He made an appoint i _ *iV ? # IV _ 3 * ? 3 ? i_ A_ men v wit-n. one oi noe aerenaaii&B to meet him on the ground,...

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Land Sale at Beechworth. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

Ltind Sale at Beechworth. I A sale of Crown Lands was held at the Beechworth conrt-honse on Tnesday by Mr F. T. Moore, when the following amongst other lots were disposed of ; — Country Lots. Parish of Wodongs, connty of BogOng. At the site of the improvements of Wm. Berry. Upset price, £1 5s per acre. — Charge for survey, £4 17s 6d. Lot 6, Area 40a lr 24per, allotment 7. section Y. Valuation £366. — Win, Berry, upset. Parish of Yackandandah county of Bo gong. North of the Commissioner's Creek, and adjoining the holding of J. H. Dnnstan. Upset price £2 per acre. — Charge for survey, £2 5s. Lot 7. Area 19a lr 3p, allotment 8, section B. Formerly a 102nd section reserve, and known as the Yackan dandah No. 1 Run. Upset price £2 10s per acre. — Charge for survey, £3 6s 6d. — No offer. Lot 8. Area 19a 2r 24p, allotment 188* Valuation £10 14a. Upset price £3 per acre. — Charge for survey, £3 6s Sd. — M. Cain, £4 8s per acre. Lot 9. Area 36a Or 28p, allotment 186. Valuation £10 16s. Upset ...

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

Millinery i Millinery ! LARGE CONSIGNMENTS OF ( Winter Hats, ! A»d FASHIONABLE MILL IN ERY j 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 from. ^ Country orders always receive' special attention ; and our experience enables us , ton nderstand exactly what our customers require, and to suit their tastes. Dress Materials, splendid value, ait 5s per dozen ; better still at 7s 6d per dozen. A Splendid lot of Ladies' Sealette Jackets from 25s to £4 4s. Flannels. Blankets, Eiderdown Quilts at Startling prices. Other Winter Goods too numerous to particularize. ] Shire of Yackandandah. Tenders ADDRESSED to the President' will be received until Ten 1 o'clock on THURSDAY, the Eleventh day of June, 1891, for ...

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

FOB SALE. A FIRST - CLASS CROSS HrsJKJ BRED EWES, with Urge percentage of Early Large. EWES, 10a per head (Lambs given in) Apply JAS. A. HAIG. FOR SALE. Fruit trees, ornamental TREES, SHRUBS, ROSES, HEDGE PLANTS, &c^ &c. Descriptive Catalogues forwarded by post on application. WILLIAM DICKSON & SONS, Indigo Nurseries, Baruawartha. Agent for Yackandandah — Ma. M. S. ROME. NOTICE. MR. W. L. ROPBR has been ap pointed Travelling Correspondent, &c., for the YACKANDANDAH TIMES and is authorised to receive orders for Subscriptions, Advertisements, or Print lng' DUNSTAN & McKAY, Proprietors. June 1st, 1891. Department of Public Works, Melbourne, May 28th, 1891. TENDERS will be received, subject to tbe Conditions of Tendering, for POLICE QUARTERS, YACKANDAN DAH, until Twelve o'clock on THURS DAY, 1th June, 1891. Particulars may be learnt at this Office, and at the Police Station, Yackandandah. The amount of the preliminary deposit to accompany the Tend...

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[?] Gold and Tin Mining Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

W^LriUnrado Gold and Tin Mining WP' Company. J* The bn If yearly general meeting §Hq{ this company was held at the I^Klaremont Hotel on tbe 29th ult. WKft here was a large attendance of l^pbare holders. Mr F. Warren. ^Khairman of directors' report stated JM^at in view of thoroughly opening ISnp the mine additional machinery pad heen purchased. The balance bhfet showed that during tbe half rear the receipts amounted to £2455 12s 10d and the expenditure £2275 3s 4d, leaving a credit balance of £1S1 2s 6d, with £698 due in re spect of the i*ecent issue of shares : totally £879 9s 6d. The report and balance sheet were adopted ; special ictnowledgement was made of the services of Messrs 'Warren and Hor pocks in connection with the selec tion and purchase of machinery. It iras resolved that 6000 of the shares in the company's hands be 'written iff, reducing the number to 42,000, jrovided there waa no legal obstacle o snch a course. It was also decided o distiibute tbe small balance of 410...

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THE SPIDER AND THE FLY. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

*1 THE SPIDER and the fly. t£rm (to the editor.) c,n — There is a pair iu Osborne's called the ' .Spider and the Fly.' FlIKhP Spider is a cunning one ; the risa bitr Tlie Spider hvesmbis ^ ^aW s nest- be having haP* ' j -n«ik into it, for it is a fact ,J Jfl |fat],e never wove it. The Fly per- J i^fjBLced (»«ie day to be passing by, w *j4. entangled iu the web,— then °y|v became very stupid, and .-as- WBr ir Jicrned Uis life awy ; and since 'l^Riat Spider lias sucked full 30 but sjHLns of honest blood away from hita. -lH!j]v0U11n ^eS beware of the «r '^Cnnin'' 'Spider, and just think of r-1 jj'e lias done to the Old Fly. By ^Ksertiiig the above in your valuable _*^umTis you will greatly oblige. — ^ i ?Fours. &?- Ir^lM On-Looker.

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

'1 Census Returns . jS^The following is a mmmaiy of the turns for the different shires in 9 POPULATION. ? ^»ndand&h Shir* — Males, 2289 ; ?smiles, 1772. Total, 4061. »*,(?wo15g Shire — Males, 2844 ; females, wt10*1'4856 Shire— Males. 4325 ; females, W6^- Total, 8005. ^J-odonga Shire — Males. 936, females, , W™- 1736. 2307 ; female., 1219. 1227 ; females, Hfl fp, CHXKKSK. [following is a summary of the ''the different shires: — Yackan- 1 '24 ; Towong 63 ; Beechworth 362 ; «? »; Omeo, 100; Chiltern, 27. DWELLINGS. 3Stti5«- tab*KW: 27 - lin® 948 habited ; 47 uninhabited ; inhabited; 85 nnin » 2 bmldins. inhabited ; 15 uninhabited. g 1Ilhabited ; 69 uninhabited ; 23 WD~~466 inhabited ; 18 uninhabited. ®-®CTORAL DISTRICTS. Ml 4,646 msJes ' 3948 females. *-4528 males ; 3470 femeles ; total ttij^Males' 4563 i females 3390 ;

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Yackandandah Police Court. MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1891. Before Mr. J. Rowan, P.M., and Mr. Alex, M'Combe, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

I Yarhan dandafi Poli-ce Court. I Monday, Jcxe 1, 1891. ?Before Mr J. Rowan, P.M., and Mr Wt Alex. M 'Combe. J.P.) IJohn Haig v Kali Chuck : Claim 34, for goods sold and delivered. Order for amount and 5s costs. Henry Dorman v Robert Bailey : laim £1 6s. for goods sold and de Iilv ferry, for defendant, stated that his was a most impudent attempt to j xiort money from his client, who iad gained a ca.se against plaintiff in ist court for money due upon a Plaintiff deposed : I pnt in a receipt n full for the horse at last conrt. [he court did not heiieve this receipt. do nor remember telling anyone liat 1 would make defendant pay or this. I might have said so. R--berr Bailey stated : Am a work ng man. I bought 201 bs of jam from )laintiff's wife at 3d per lb, and she -nt me the jar until emptied. 1 am ?rilling to return the jar. It is not i broken. Have bought jam at Mrs Plummer's store at 6d per lb in tins. iais was home-made jam. j The court, offered to adjourn tbe &B# upon p...

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

WATSnSs ifOT^ssf, ? '1 Frosts! Sales! Departures ! bhire Qouncil next Tlinrisday. 1 Football match this '(Satw&ay) afternoon. ; Meetings in galore on Wednesday evening. , First quadrille night June 19th. * * * annouilced that there are about divorce suits set 'down for beating during the current term in the Supreme Court. In a few years time we expect one of the questions young men and young women will ask each other prior to effecting engagements will be as to whether they bftvo ^een thro'^ ^ DJVOW56 Cottltor not, for at the rate we are going our per centage of divorced persons on the entire populationw ill be reaching one two and three per cent, and so on. Remember every decree means two divorced person, so that if all are successful at the next term there will be 80 persons who have been freed from their marriage bonds. * # * * Last week the census returns of New South Wales and Victoria were published, and showed that we out numbered the elder colony by a few thousands. ...

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

1- kng tragedy occurred on ®an *, at , Isle near Sydney, the hnm George Kemp came ted in n ®estead of Murray and »Xe ! B™ge manner. He had 18 easil^ Wen^ ^or Murray. It iarrar the mau was mad. W. «--?? hi' ! fired af subsequently pressed at the madman killing him 'isoiied a ^a^orer cht f 1D ^bourne by ^He ^7116' after a drinking ^ ifoein ^'PP^ed to have come XheT pp8land Was * P^i^.1 failm-e.

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STANLEY. June 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 June 1891

STANLEY.   (From Our Own Correspondent.) June 3.   I regret to have to chronicle the   death of a very old Stanley resi-   dent named Mrs Matthews (wife of   Mr Matthews gardener at the Ovens   District Hospital,) who died on Tues-   day at 1 o'clock from inflamma-   tion of the bowels. She was in good   health up to Sunday when the first   symptoms were noticed, but nothing   was thought of it till Monday when   it was decided to send for medical   assistance. Dr Haynes was soon in   attendance, but gave no hopes and   she gradually sank till one o'clock on   Tuesday. She leaves a grown up   family, having three daughters     married, all of whom reside in Stanley.   Mr J. C. Bigelow is still unable to   leave his...

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