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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 July 1891

Church yotices. The following are the service arrange ments in connection with the different denominations for Sunday next : —

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 July 1891

J. W. Thwaites & Co. j W. THWAITES & GO. will hold « SALES of LIVE STOCK as under: — YACKANDANDAH Market — Monday, July 6th, 1891. ESKDALE, monthly market, Monday, July, 13th, 1891. ; j- - ^ CORRYONG, monthly market, Saturday, July 18 th. ' TALLANGATTA SPE-ftAL HORSE— Tuesday and Wednesday, July 21st and '22nd. ? ' .* ~r - ^ : ^ - j ?? y TALLANGATTA MARKET— Siuraj^, ' 25th July. Persons having Stock for any of these culars as early as possible4o r ^ J. W. THWAPPES& kXJi lT'-j .Taliaogat ? j BIONDAY^ JULY 6. - ? — r- ? . .H J THWAITES & CO., will hold^heir ? next Yackandandah Sale on the above date in the Pound Yards, when they | will yard . ;| 200 head, of Mixed Cattle Entries received up to tune of sale. - '? J. W. THWAITES & C*V ? : ? -Tallangatta. Chenery Birds. Wodonga Fortmghtlyflf arket FRIDAY, 3rd;3ULY at 1 1 o'clock ' sharp.. X CHENERY BROS, will sell hyj^uc tion at their Wodonga Yards,, on FRIDAY, 3rd July, at 11 o'clock' sharp Early ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 July 1891

WATERLOO HOTEL, 3 (OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.) ( high street, yackandandah. OLD ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL '] HOUSE. - Proprietor.' ;.j their requirements to receive a fair measure cf support: ] EVERY accommodation for 1 VISITORS AND FAMILIES. '- A First-class Cuiseke Guaranteed, j Only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits kept. f first-class Sample Room Bath, &e. * Superior Alcock's Billiard Table. ' Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes, i * BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND LOWE'S COACHES. STAR HOTEL, 'l Y ACK AND AN UAH. P. McDermott - Proprietor, DESIRES to intimate to liis numerous friends of Yackandaudah and public. Enerally, that be has taken the above well icwn hostelry, and tmsts by strict atten- , tion to the requiremeuts of his patrons to receive a fair share of support. First-class .Accommodation for Travellers. Best Biauds of Ales, Wines and i Spirits only kept. . ;i Yackandandah Shoeing Forge. M. E. Clune, GENERAL BLACKSMITH. Horses Shod with ^mtest_.care :and_ ; ? ? ...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 July 1891

MELBOUI^E LIVE STOCK REPORT F^t Bl»wp-r-^ei8UpplyJ^as immoderate one, only 23,00ft— having been yarded, which consisted.^ chipfly of, fiddling de scripriduijwMi tf| .pt^^on good to prime. 'She demand was active through out, and pircifes TUled a higher than last week's T improved ra^es. Primefiross -|ned wetliers frbmiiSs^o 19s, a few |dbm 20s to ' 2l8^^nme'ctb^hr^e.wfes Iron 13s to 15a, a few iram lfis to l7«i i»rime merino ? wethers from : lSs tq .1148 ' (accord ing 'to ureight), goodxnerinosnethersfmm lls'Sd jbo I2i:6i nalddlingx^pi frmh 8s - to IOs, pcime oKrine ewes.gy^ii 8s to JOa 6d, mMdliug do from 6^., . _ .... ^ . 'J * L ? - ?: ? ?? ???? Fat Lambs.— 2,400 were penned. Good to prime qualities Were sparingly repre sen'fl. Competition was keen throughout at high fr&es. Prime gU at from 10s to 12s, e&A from 13s Wfe ; good, from 8s to 9s 6d , middling anal inferior, from 5s. /

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Commercial. CHENERY BROS. REPORT. ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 July 1891

CoinitierclaL s CTTENERYBROS.' REPORT. j i . ALEUBT MARKET. »- ? Chenefy ,B^qst,- Report haying held their usual Tortni^itly market ~at ^the municipal yards on W&dnes^avi 24th inst ^ when 70 : fat cattle, 2,300 f at aiid store sheep , 16 pigsi and 4 horses were~yar-ie-L The attendance of buyers was good. , Fat Cattie s — 70 sub» mitted, consisting of.good to prime quality. Competition was hri^k; »nd prices, showed a cotisiderable* adTaace|ofivln*fi rates. Beat tat iHiIlockB ^ap^a^^r&a^S? 10s to £7 ; good,* J£5 lbs^c? 1E5~ 15s ?; where, from £4 i 10s ; best cows, ,265~10s to £6 ; good, £410$ -to* Tag, from ,40% \They sold -drafts ^or—itTeesTf Ji Proctor, Jas. JJell, Ac HexiotL -J. Crawford^ and £. -?Kelly. i ^ U - 'livi i.'t-'o !?.' j 1 Ca'^ves : A saiall ? supply mrhich ^realised froni^rto^ ti!l_ ^ ^ C ' ^ , Fat Sheep ; ^30 penned, .^rincipally^good tnuttun: (Sales bpe£ejl flnll |but closing ^ jbafes she^^ a|sUgh^tuvsfice an last nWket quotations. Best merino wethera...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Condiments and Baking Powder. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 July 1891

Coudiments and taking Powder. ; r How human; beings ever acqaired a -taate for those acrid ^substances which foutia(emtitt and tingle, as thby go down one's throat, is a mystery which . the physiologist cannot easily explain. These susbtanoes contribute no nourishment to the- body, and aid no vital processes. They are, in fact, signboards placed ugon certain substances to warn both - man and beast that they are poBsesseC of polsonouB properties. It is a rule on which there are but lew exceptions, but wholesome euoetancee nave bland,, sweet and pleasant flavors, while poisonous eubetancee are possessed of properties which give to them an aorid, burning, smartibg or astringent j taste. A savage or a monkey selects, with unerring certainty, wholesome food sub stances from among the thousands ^ of i poisonous fruits and other plant products of the forest or the jangle. He is enabled to go this by the taste alone, and invariably re jects substances possessed of sunh irritating properties...

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CONVICT DAYS VAN DIEMAN'S LAND TRUE CHRONICLES. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] No. 13. THE ROCK GANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 July 1891

CONVICT DAYS in ' ? , : ? ? VAN DIEM AN'S : ^ ?TRUE chronicles. '? ? ? j^T.T. RIGHTS ESSEBVKD.l ? ? No. 13. . ? 4 — ? ? . ! IHE bock gang. Hacqnarie Harbor and its rooky islets ; bava already been referred to in a former j Chronicle, and a strange incident that ! roade tbe dismal islet called Tbe Rock bo notorious for a time is well worthy of record ; ju convict history. In 1816, when the Macqnarie settlement was first establiehed, more dependence was placed on chains and soWiers as safeguards on the prisoners than j on strong walls or cleverly designed prisons. ; Tbe local positions of the chief gaols made J I B eucces6fal escape almost impossible, as ; juration would dog the footsteps of the 'inordinate punishment was the chief idea rt tbe System, and in every possible way this was applied. In Norfolk Island, close and fetid cells were built for the tropical climate, wbilBt in the nearly frigid atmos phere of Macquarie cold damp cells were the crisoner's lot. Ntver in the old feud...

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Keep Good Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 July 1891

Keep Good Company. Keep good company or none. Never be idle. If your hands can't be tiseful'y em ployed, attend to the cultivation of your mind. Always tell the truth. Make few promises. . Live up to your engagements. Keep your own secrets if you have any. When you speak to a person, look him in the face. Good company and conversation are the few sinews of virtue. . (rood character is above ail things else, l our character cannot be essentially injjured fxcept by your own acts. If anyone speak evil of you let your b'fe ? be so that none Will believe him. Drink no kind of intoxicating liquors. Ever live (mis fortunes accepted) within your income. When you ret;re tn bed, think over what you have been doin' during the day. Make no hs^te to pet rich if you would prosper. Small and steady gains give competency with a tranquil mind. Never play at any game t-f chance. Avoid temptation, through fear you may not withstand it. Earn money before you spend it. Never run in debt unless you see a...

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Stanley Police Court. (Before J. Rowan Esq P.M., and 'Messrs H. L. Hudson and Crawford J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 July 1891

StarUe y Police Court. (By our Hillsborough Corresptodfe^ \ (Before J- Rowan Esq. H.m., and Messrs H. L. Hnflson and Crawford J.P.^ _ _ ... The adjourned case of Oonst&Die Middleditch v. H*eil M'Kenzie and Henry Morrison was proceeded with. The former was charged wilh being, | drank and disorderly in a public place at midnight, on fhe 17th May; also, '«in/r obscene language and re sisting fthe ; police. The latter was charged with inciting^ a person to re sist the police. nun-mspecKir xiwi.1. prosecuted, and Mr R. H. Perry ap peareS^or the two accused. Constable Middleditch gave evi dence to the effect that on tbe 16th 'May last he was on duty ia Stanley and paw defendants sitting itfia the rbaQ-near the 'Star Hbtfel drink ing beer. He told them to go home, ajyi ^Morrison first ^fflsgi^McT^nzie 10 ego. ? jwafi ; very ;^lrunk, and refused to g^- home. The Con ^teible?Had^i3ed him Beveral times to ^,%^tib^r%6ised- and made use of very obscene The con stable tben proceed^ to ai...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 July 1891

J Local and Getieral . Wooeagee. — A vacancy for the position of teacher at the Woo ra gee State School, is advertised in last week's Gazette. Mixing. — Hollands & party of Tawongi, finished up a crushing last week, whicu averaged 8 dwts per ton. A numher of miners from Wandiligong are uow engaged prospecting the ranges in that distrieti Accounts. — The following accoliffts ate awaiting payment at the Yackandandah Receipt and Pay office : — J.; Keegau and T.Welsh. Municipal Elections. — There is noth ing fresh to report in connection with pro bable candidates for the forthcoming muni cipal elections. Various rumors are afloat in connection with the Kiewa riding — one ' being to the effect -^that' «Jr McDonald in tends to retire from the Council, and tliit one of two other prominent sup porters ol his will take up the ninniug. However, we can only, give this for what . it is worth. Mr Walker isidefr.Htely in the' field. | Stock Sale. — The. next Yackandandah stock sale will b...

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WAYSIDE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 July 1891

|v-^ ffjiYSIDE NOTES I ? .M. ~ The Railway Standing Cow, is still procunng fresh iafotZ? on the subject of railways, and^011 construction in the past. 0a t ' 1 day Mr Hayter, the GovernJ?; Statist, was examined. It a ' that in the past he has beea ing railway leagues with BtajjJj* aowcTci, wi ubiu panhues Wei*e (A asked for so that frequently tw0 U of railway got the some parish These statistics were geuetaljT * cepted by the department, 'tl' proper way of getting at the ret®? of a district was to give him a ^ of the proposed routes and he be able to give accurate statistic!, well us population seeing the oejg11 had just been collected. * * * * Mr Hayter is one of those ftf Government officials who never ^ of assisting the public. He was ^ ways ready to supply information leagues regarding statistics, andj reply to one of- the members Standing Committee, he said sidered it part of his duty to . to the public requirements. - : \ ? * * i Sir Bryan is hitting hard j I Federation, but i...

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Question Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 July 1891

Question Column^ ? r»:o ? Barxawabtha. — Tank. A tank 7ft deep ; 7ft at the bottom and 5Jft at the top, will contain a fraction over 1348 gallons. A|M^ Plat. — Sickness in Pooltry. An excellent remedy for cholera or gapes will he foand in 1 «n sulphate of iron, l|o* sulphuric acid to 1 pint of water. Does j teaspoon ful to f teaspoonful of water. Locas. Option. — The statutory number of hotels for a district is one for every 250 . or me population up to 1000, and one for each fcU 500 beyond. According to the Act Yackandandah would probablv be entitled to three, or one half the exist ing number. Debating Club. — Can a person having property in one electorate, and residing in ^another, take out an elector's right and vote in both places ? Answer— Yes. A householder in an electorate might have a vote in snch electorate by virtue fof his being occupier of a house, of which ? i ow®er- When he leaves soch QidtncC lie no longer holds &qiulificatioQ for that vote, but still, he is e...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH REV. W. H. FERBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 July 1891

WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. W. H. Feebeb. Stoney 'Creek, 11 a.m. Buffalo River, 3 p.m. Myrtleford, 7 p.m.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. REV. T. J. WRIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 July 1891

CHURCH of ENGLAND. Rev. T. J. Wright. Yackandandah, 11 a.ra. and 7 p.m. Allan's Flat, 3 p.m.

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 July 1891

Parliamektart. Parliament has com- | menced real vrork, j the opening formali ties baying been got rid of, and it appears as though members are determined to make the most of the coming session ; for already numerous measures are under consideration. The Federation proposal has been introduced and is meeting with due discussion. Sir B**van would like to place a veto upon the Bill, and at the ontset he raised an objection that he thought might block the measure, viz., that it was not brought forward in the manner provided by the Con stitution Act. This was overruled, however. The other measures being considered are those we briefly touched upon last week. There will be very little of a stirring character, until the premier's budget is an nounced. The territorial returns for the year show a deficiency, and the ! treasurer will no doubt be expected to give a reason for snch falling off, i although he has not been in office all theyear. The departments respon sible for the. deficiency, ...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. REV. ALEX, ROBB. Sunday, July 5th [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 July 1891

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. . Rev. A lex. Robb. Sunday, July 5th — Kergunyah, 11 a.m. Sandy Creek, 3 p.m. Kiewa, 7 p.m Clj* ^a^attilaitrfalf (With Supplement.) PUBLISHED EVEBT SATURDAY. ' 1 Saturday, july 4, i89i. j

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 July 1891

T General, News. , : ' k t . ' '! / : r The .Ballarat [East local option poll took place on Friday, and, the result was a victory for the local option party,' who obtained a majority of 844 votes. The number of publie -houses at present in {.Ballarat East is 68, while, the, ^tetuary number^has^ been fixed at 28.t . The licensed victuallers advocated 'a irednchbn to 50, and they worked strennously to get the support ? of the electors. The publibans polled well considering they were only two days canvassing. On the occasion of the taking pf a. similar poll in the same locality on the 23rd March, 1888, the majority obtained by the local optionists was 405. The number of votes recorded in favour of . the statuary number of hotels (27) was . 997, .while . for the then existing number (72) tte votes totalled 590. The harvest in Canada is proving exceptionally -abundant: ' The returns now show a surplus over the previous official estimate of 25,000,000 bushels. 1 Disastrous floods have tak...

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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 July 1891

[?] , . _ .3'JITUW. ?};??? (From 0nr_05En Correspondent.)} n:*-u\u .1 *}T xr -9. gr k ^fi.rnliard^ season lias been, ^ ancLr jgob - - h ; itougs to rbe,; tbe : .almost , total ?sence of tbe showy posters by means' of wiiicb ^ tbeatKcal Tnaiiagers appeal ?^or public support. Whilst tbe, name -of Sarah Bernhardt Is in eVery one's anoutb, that magic iiame has . nptrap-* ''peaked upon thes!walls |tn 1 . Aoaf^fiings of onr city. For one thing, people have been :continually ^ neminded - -during the past year of the projected : -visit, and now she is amongst ns the * ^tiwo leading morhing papers, not; to ?mention lesser 'fry,' : vie with each ? other in singing her praises. ,. Ahd . -strangely enough, an indefatigable' and a valuable ^itxiliary has ap peared in aid., of., the management; ; from quite an unexpected quarter, : „ namely, in the person- iofi Mr Htairy ^Varley, the sensational preachier. ? Of ?- -course Mr Varley does not sing Madame . Bernbai-dt's , praises. On the contrary, h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 July 1891

VMHQSBMD & CO. * t tB. v - & $ & J* j, : O V ^ A A .Q ST o ~ v v *y ,y & bjL & -V ^ V* 'V -pr - ^ £ £ 4 & *7 SELLING fiROkERS; C3-^.SeCEa: 7. Against ensuing -Clip op Produce fop sale of shipment. Personal Supervision over all Consignments. * ; Auction Skies ©ally. ^ Account Sales Promptly, MELBOXTRITE. Melbourne Wool, J&Pain, and Produce Markets. I'ALtiKTY & aiMI'A.NY. , Limit.-.!. WjoqI & Produce Brokers. ,, ?Capital fully Subscribed J r f - J 5 I 1 1 - ^4,t-0O#ix/ Capital Paid-up ' : '- - - - . £1,000,000 Reserve Fund; - - - - £120,000 Regufer - Auctipn S^lssr of 1 W^ool, Grrain aiid. Produce of iCli dci'ifiiii uiviiiiiiiaill Descriptions. ? * '1 OASir, : ;rv£&®' On-most favorable terms on the ensuing clip of WOOL ,GrR A.IZST, and r ' : STATION PRODTTCE, fbi^ feale in Melbourne or SHipmeWtv r,!1 7~.~_.-r- ..... .. *o Londoni-: ;!o '-??'- C^^TE iiS anx. Produce siwrr Br bail. j : j . ^ r i &j*d...

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Mining Nuggets. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 July 1891

JUini 7ig Nuggets. Prospecting Votb.— The following are the Amounts -allotted under; the Prospecting Vote : — Indigo Division. — N. H. Christian and others (Prince Albert), -sink, £127 ; H. A. Tompkins and othfere (Habpy-go-lucky), $tnk, j &c., £400 James Scott and others (J^ederal^f sink and drive, £150 ; Charles 'Bone and others (Great Eastern )ihorth, sink and drive, £150 ; Edwin BbVd and another (Great [ Eastern jN&uth, sink-and^rive, £100. Mitta Mj|& Division — Bethaiiga (Nil Desperandum Co.), sink, £400 ; John Jenkins and others (Dorothy) Dark River, Srwe, &c., £200 f Robert Evans others, (Logbridge creek to Dark River), general, £250. Yack andauda&dfth division — A. Stone aud i others |Benvenuto), sink, £200 : Andrew =Blair others (Sydney), drive, £150; Edward Fanning (Sham- , rock), continue drive, £120 ; John j Pettigrew and others (head of the Kiewa), general, £100. jA splendid qu^bz r^f^S^ been dis tje^red at Towong, in the Upper 'M...

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