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CONVICT DAYS VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. TRUE CHRONICLES. No. 12. THE STRANGE OLD MAN. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 June 1891

LamVICT. days W W - w IN irAw PIEMAN'S LAND. V TBUK CHBONICLBSe £^t.t. eights besebved,] I No. 12. jHK strange old man. I*. talk which Geber and hie companions lYI themselves was a tremendous one ? Linwledee of Van Dieman's Land 901 hT wsB very limited. They knew f ^following the coast northwards from j rie Harbor they would come to Port ] jfijqnft ^ aje0 onderetood that by etxll j I - „the coast in the same direction, sney hDg5Trome to the eparsely settled district a Lsnoeeston. In this they were i iubt, but they did not calonlate on the ? Stance they muBt travel befor« reach Lsanceston district, and the im flancer they would run of having frail craft dashed to pieces on the rook -batI.nM» on that usually stormy ocean. E bail » e°od 8QPply o! Provi.sionB' aud 'intSS they^ad only plaoed one J Jlmttf ^ board.but that gave them £x^ranfe*Btbey would land wherever replenish their stock. They ll^ltey bad' taken fromPiM©k*y. - i ^eif first act, after putting McAuliffa ^PtifoR was to throw...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ker[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 June 1891

Kergunyah. jH A most successful concert :ni'i hi!! HH were held at Kergunyah on fc'ndij HH evening last in aid of the lool BH cricket club. The state school ww HI crowded for the concert, whilst HH there was also a good attendance Ha at the ball. The promoters of tit affair were Messrs Murray flfl M'Conochie, and it is due to their ^H ? ? Tk» DlWwCd5LiiUJ- x lie iusv vi concert took the form of miss- ^H trelsy, the circle consisting af JH Messrs C. W. Murray, (Massa Job- ^H ston,) Mr Rhodes, Lockhart's Greet. ^H (Tambo*) and MrBanfield, as (bones) ^H — the remainder of the circle beiis |H made up of several lady and gentle- Hfl man amateurs. An opening chora HH was rendered by the company. Mr Hj H. Dunstan followed with 'Fl HE place it in the hands of my solicitor* H| Mr Banfield then rendered a comic song, which met with loud applause HE A song ' The old Log Cabin' ru H well given by Mr C. W. Murray, fll Mrs Barnes sang ' The girl with tii afl blue dress' and received qnite as HHj ...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH REV. W. H. FERBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 June 1891

WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. W. H. Febbsb. Yackandandah, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Allan's Flat, 3 p.m.

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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 June 1891

Church Notices. The following are the service arrange, meats in connection with the different denominations for Sunday next : —

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 June 1891

Marriage. HADLEY— FAHEY— On the 22ud inst., at St. Patrick's Church, Albury, by the Rev. Father Hickey, Henry, third son of the late George Clapton Hadley, Kiewa, to Sarah, third daughter of Michael Fahey, Staghorn Flat. pffymifawfolt Cimw ( With Supplement.) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1891.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 June 1891

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The following are the arrangements for services by the REV. J. H. MEEK, B.A. up to Sunday, June 28th : — Sunday, June 28th — Yackandandah, 1 1 a.m. and 7 p.m. Indigo Creek, 3 o'clock.

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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 June 1891

'ttWr Metbourne . ? -0-'- TTCK (From onr own Correspondent.) ^ 1 i *\ ' ; i . . ? , , * t , f J The, r only excuse for mentioning the - shortcomings of the newly created Metropolitan Board of Works is that, although the vast amount of money it will have to expend will be disbursed in ^Melbourne, country visitors will profit by it m a greater immunity from typhus, diptheria &c. -during their visits to this unhealthy^ region. That is to say if the Board' j spends the money wisely. But that body has made a bad beginning. A gross scandal was barely averted over the appointment of a chairman, -and now the Board is chin-deep in a nefarious 'job' over the selection of offices* Wires bave been ' pulled' pretty forcibly to induce the pur chase of a building known as tbe Queen's Coffee Palace — a huge un finished structure situated in Carlton. The building is an abortive and un sightly excrescence of the Land Boom, 'built by a company that became in- I ^solvent ; and now an attempt is...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 June 1891

To Cure La. Grippe. The influenza is raging again this year with unprecedented deadlines*:. The para- ] lising influences of this terrible malady : have assumed the alarming dimensions of a plague. The distemper is of a powerfully destructive character, and shatters its victims with fearful suddenness. The feve^'ty of the visitation eclipses all previous attacks. The med'cal faculty fails to ac count for the outbreak, and is powerless t-- control its spread. Doctors, Nurses, and hospitals are diong eveTything possible for sufferers, but are overwhelmed bv the multitude cryine bitterly for relief. A despatch from r-ne town states t^at 3^0 people died in one day, this was about the ; daily averaee, and the streets were crowded with vehicles carrying the dead to their last resting place ; and the sad varancv of death depressed every house i hold. Such trying times as these demand immediate attention. The doctors fail, and ' the many advertised cough and c Id cures are only sedatives wh...

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Mining Nugu[?]ts. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 June 1891

ftHiiin# ?' JOtwrrts; '1 ^he ^wohga rfeefs ^ar6 looking very well, and ; 'the recent' cru shings ha^e,- inspired ' ihe /' public- : with ? re newed confidencS1. The' return of loz 6dwt per toli^'from Rriggs' and 15dwt -from Simpson a-nd Abbott's are considered excelleht, for 'in -the - first, case, the reef is two teet wide and in the second 'threfe -'feetV The; r-eefs have good dig^,t but the only difficulties are a gi*eafc dip and a very crumbly * hangitig swall, neces sitating heavy and careful timbering. The field offers plenty ;of scope for prospecting. , ^ Wilberforce's Homeward Bound crushed last week at Bourke's mill 52 tons for 21 oz 15dwt. The Company's mill has been placed in position and .crushing of another large lot was to have started early this week- The n^xt lot is expected to yield very much, better than the last. Prospecting is being carried on by several pai'ties nt Twist Creek, and we learn that Messrs Dean and Price have been successful in nn earthing a very go...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 June 1891

MINING REPORT. ? :0: ? The quarterly report of the Mining j Department for tlie quarter ending March 31st is to band. We take the following therefrom Yackandandah South.— ^ -As most of the alluvial mines have not cleaned up during the quarter, the returns ; lrvui Liits hource are hoc very largfe. Good progressive work has been done by the Premier and Wallace -com- panies- With regard to quartz mining, a number of reefs have been discovered about 30 miles sonth of -Tow.onga.. close to the Bogonsr Moun tains, and there is ^very prospect or of this turning out payable. Indigo. — Very little quartz has been crashed during the past quarter, owing to the two principal- mines — the Chiltern Quartz and Queen's J nbilee companies ? — being engaged in sinking their shafts and doing other prospecting work. Alluvial mining continues to receive atten tion, a large area of ground having been applied for._The Great Northern Extended mine is still being profitably worked, as is shown by the amount ...

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Dederang. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 June 1891

Dederang. ri . f _ , * * fvTTT-^ i i jZj SI U J': (From Our Own Correspondent.) are promised another contest for the representation of the Kiewa Riding on the, fe«pjr»ti£9 of Cr M'Donald's te^|f jcfc4. | A few tyears ago it was very difficult to get raqy one to accept the honor of re ?piissentative, and the position almost Wtent begging. Now each year we Tlfl'w flif ftrlWj*4.p fti i) UiiAt.fAl, rfim .. ^ ''-'WW — ^ rw rcr j r ens a one too. This year judging by the manner in which the rates bave been paid np the 'pdliing should be j heavier than usual. Some speculation is taking place as to who the gentleman ; is whom Cr Robinson intends putting in the field. The name of a previous aspirant for a seat in our local Parliament is freely mentioned. Considerable alarm is felt at the result of ,tlie /cases tried at tlie Bright Police Court in which six residents of the' Tipper Kiewa were fined £ 2 with 10s 6d costs for not destroying the rabbits on their holdings. Evidence was adduced to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Missing Blacks. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 June 1891

The Missing Slacks. News received from Boural states that on Saturday afternoon Senior sergeant Fowler and Constable Gallagher started for Bullio in pur suit of the Dora Dora murderers, who were reported to be in the vicinity. The police were subse quently joined hy Messrs Hinton and ' 1 ? 0_J J ? 1_ j ? vjrouuieiww. ouuucnjj rwo men in advance saw one of the blacks coming towards them. The black instantly turned and ran, and being close to the river, he jumped in and swam for tlie opposite side, and Constable Gallagher and Mr Hinton put their horses in the river to follow, but it was running high, and they were both dismounted, but clung to their horses and reached the opposite side. Senior-sergeant Fowler fired two shots with his carbine at a dis tance of about 500 yards, but neither of the shots took effect. On the opposite side of the river the other blackfellow disappeared, the country being dense He was so closely pushed, however, that he threw away his Cardigan jacket, hat an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 June 1891

Gazette. ,:-S - Application for grant approved — Michafel O'Connor, .administrator of the^^te Lawrence McNamara, 11a 30p7Yackandandah. * Applications for leases approved — Emma McComb, nee Mummery, 259a or iVp, ±-ruarong ; Jno. Maddock, 70a Or JJOp, Tangambalanga ; Mai-garet LiiMsay, 128a lr 3p, Yackandandah ; JngKjEveston, 37a 2r 25p, Tangam batwlga. ^ Application not granted — Thomas Phelan, 3a, Barwidgee. Impounded at the Chiltern Shi-ie 11th June, 1891, by Mi- J. Stewart, for Ferguson and Stewart — 1 red heifer, red and white face, branded like D in mrole off rump ; l red steer, like same orand off rnznp j 1 j'pan or strawbeiT^teeSv=iy«%ame off rump. Also, on Mardling, damages, mai», like B near brown knare, branded Ij^bi^BS shoulder, ( hind heels whij^ mediur^raught. To be sold on lm^iiljr^jpi. ! . Heavy Qp(»p- beyan and XBss. . . . )-,V J f j| V ( ^ A fatal accidenLhappened at th§(i@ale railway station onVl&dny evening porter, aged 25, «HH#hile attempfthg to pet into a...

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Melbourne Cup Weights. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 June 1891

Melbourne Cup Weights. ? .v. ? ; ? The Cup weiehts have been declared Carbine being top with lOst 121bs. Glen loth, the district horse is weighted at 7st 1 41bs: — I st. lb. st. lb. , Carbine ... 10 12 Knight of the Diea-'nought 9 6 Garter ... '7 3 Tirailleur ... 9 6 Chorister ... 7 3 Mt-los ... 9 5 Yannon ... 7 3 Merrie England 9 2 Dilisk . . 7 3 Megaphone . . 9 2 Burle^ne ... 7 3 Cui'assieur ... 9 2 Calm ... 7 2 Buutrebah ... 9 1 Swordbearer 7 2 Highborn ... 9 1 Lancer ... 7 2 The Admiral 9 0 Conceit ... 7 1 Freedon (N.Z.) S 12 Grenadier ... 7 1 Vengeance ... -8 11 Magnus ... J 1 Corieze ... S 9 Stone Design 7 1 Sir William 8 7 Monmot ... 7 1 Greygown ... 8 7 St-imboul ... 7 i Richelieu . . 8 7 Forty Winks 7 0 -Whimbrel .. 8 G Ascot Va'e ... 7 0 Sulian ... 8 5 Adventurous 7 0 Buttons ... 8 5 Winifred ... 7 0 Singapore ... 8 4 Elfie ... 6 13 Rudolph-, ... 8 4 Patiol ... 6 13 Malvolio^ ... 8 4 Sweethit ... 6 13 Tradition. ... 8 4 Bluenoee ... 6 13 SSSsx-^-ItI * r i -B- Gresford ... ...

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POETIC REPORT OF THE FOOTBALL MATCH BETWEEN THE IMPERIAL CLUB, OSBORNE'S FLAT AND THE WOORAGEE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 June 1891

POETIC REPORT OF fHE FOOTBALL MA^TCE BETWEEN THE IMPERIAL CLUB, OSBORNE'S FLAT AND THE WOORaGEE CLUB. The Osborne Fl«t ' Imperials,' To have a football fair, . ' ? They travelled ha'f-way to Beechworth, To beat the fellows there, The day was fine, the wind ne'er ble»v ; Whenkick'd straight the bail Wentthrongb W-»oragee thought it a grand sight, To fee the colours red and white. The bail was bouuee-i, the game went on, me ottos, 1 inins, were iwu io oue The Flat would beat, without delay, . - If the nmpire should show fair play. The home-team game some splendid kicks, But none of theiii weat through, the sticks ; And 1 must say whate'er betide, ?- -. That marking was good on each side. ' Our team got first goal to score j But were not sure of any uiOre, Till one of our men, by a place kick, Hoisted the ball inside the sticks. This was Our last — the day was won, ' Imperials ' scored two to one ; The local players, glad to say, Were not displeased by the play. The umpire, I must now ...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 June 1891

[?] I On Saturday last tlie' Wiaiidere^ ; beat Beech to^. | Premiership beat . Geelongr, ,by_ yfour goals 'seven' behinds- to - eight behind^ The grqund was bad, and Ciarlton had the jaidVan ? r xL . J.L « J .f CI /lAAlXnni ' fUie ' wuiiow yopiyug , were also unlucky in goal7 kicking. \ South M elbonrne is 'now ah«ad for tlie premifet'ship; with Cai liton; ; second ^outh Melboui'he beat 7 Port ; vMcl bourne very badlyy ESsehdon- defeated | Melbourne, and- St. Kilda suffered a severe beating at the hands of the . F ootscray team. ?

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[?] In Love's Crucible. CHAPTER XX.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 June 1891

Bovdist. In LoYe's Crucible. By BERTHA M. CLAY. — m 9 m CHAPTER XX.- -Continued. A light step caught his ear, and he looked up with a pleasant smile. The young lady entered the room, having thrown off the light blue wrap, which Gay had taken for an angel's wings, and was now in a plain white dress, with snowy collar and cuffs — more angelic than before, Guy thought. L'J gb Witliencreeinc mLdestv. but with nothincnf the Bhyness of which Dame Chester had spoken, sue went to the table and took her seat. Guy stole a glance at her. Yes. she was beau tiful, very beautiful ; and as he looked a strange sort of feeling came over jiim. He seemed to re member having seen her before ; or was it that he fancied tbat he detected a iikences to some one ? With a vague sensation of surprise he found a name for that 6ome one. It was Constance ELartleigh. She turned to him her full face, with her cup of tea, aud tbe resemblance was not to Constance, but to someone else whom he could not place. And yet...

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Poetry. HEARTSEASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 June 1891

poetrp. HEARTSEASE. X found a faded pansy on the page Of ail old book, long lost, one winter day Its velvet heart was dim with dust and age ; The beauty of its tints had passed away. Why did my eyes gaze through a mist of tears Which dropped on that dead flower in tender rain*? Because, unbidden from the vanished years, Old hopes, old dreams, old joys came back again. Faded away myqoiet fireside nook, And on the wings of memory swiftly borne, 1 stood 'mid purple pansies by a brook That song and sparkled in the summer morn. Bough winds no longer shook the dripping trees, Whose leafless branches smote my lattice pane ; 1 heard instead the drowsy hum of bees Anions the roses in a winding lane. June's mellow sunshine lay on all the land ; I saw the starry eyes of daisies shine ; And from the fingers of a clasping hand This purple pansy found its way to mine. Ah, me ! To think of all the lonely tears ~ My t yes have wept since that blae summer day, When, flushed with trembling hopes and ...

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WAYSIDE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 June 1891

[?] [?] ® Council ?? m a 'Sakble-^^ llJT^e open^^R^d^®.. era n° t fI1f,Tire for our district ;?but toe time they remember that. vto be no lavish expenditure, sectional committees to throw n„v The charge forbanquet Sto be 10s 6d and in the „iugthet-e will be a.free ball. j ^reoneor t-TO , suggestions ; fmi«M W'' T?- tlst 1 wfdmade in several directions, \ if adopted would .lead to more 'Ssfal results. In the first place ?hai^ ^f l^s v^d5i^tead of a Lwil pwfcably, he.^ ^wnper %»? Howevef, mlj; . 150 ^are authorised to be printed . 'the shire — which is a mistake; ?toning on 50 tickets for ' compli itary,' ^ leaves oulF one lmTldred sale ; and from what I can learn reasonable charge will result in ost everybody turning out on the *iOT. and under the circumstances ' . , , i * - j _J? i! _! ? i„ Illiere should be no nmu ot uukci*— L ativ rate up to a certain date (in L-der' to allow os time for ascer taining extent of the catering re Lirti.) Another improvement upon [tlie aiTanseuients t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 June 1891

— 1 ? , / ; - !? ,? ? ? ELECTORAL uTSTRfCr OF ? ' ; BENAMBftA. : ; yackandanda h jjiyisioN . rpi SUPP LE ME NTARY LiST for the above division are bow- printed, an^ copies may be inspected FREE of CHARGE until the day appoi^tedr for Revision , at my office; At every. Poi-t Office- within ifcHeJDit Isi; 11 and «t the office of myDeputy.as under — - A. C* W ELBH M ANT ' DedecaiiK ; JOSEPH' SMART, Registrar at Yackandandah. Shire of Yackandandah. Tenders J ADDRESSED to the President will be received until Ten o'clock on THURSDAY, the Ninth day of July, 1891,. for the under mentioned works — . For Bridge at Roche's Selection, . Sandy Creek. For .Roadworks near 'Walter Case's, Kergunyah. For Roadworks on Running Creek Road. Plans and specifications at the Shire Office, from the 4th of July, to the 9fch of July, 1891. The lowest or any tender not neces sarily accepted. By order of the Council, J. MOLYNEUX, Shire Secretary. Shire Office, June 26th, 1891* Shire of Taokandandah. NOTICE is her...

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