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WESLEYAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 September 1890

WESLEY AN CHURCH Yackandandah.il sum Rev Tredinnick Myrtleford 7 p.mn Mr Osborne. Marinangce S p.m., Mr Osborne. ! Myrtleford 7 p.m^ Rev, Tredinnick

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 September 1890

' 11 ? »i IS. U„ M^UJUiBWaaKXeSSSSSSSmS ? fnrrir. t j Correspondence . H i vnnTqim rr.j j * i nit i ma iI ; i /tu i.ujfTO 'nroiriauwMuA {We do not identify ourselves witn opmionB | expressed bv correspondents .1 „

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH REV. F. ELLIOTT [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 September 1890

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. F. Elliott Mnllindolingong 11 a.m Tawanga 3 p.m Yackandandah 11 a.tn., Rev Greig. ? j' ' M 1 PUBLISHED EVERT SATUEDAY. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1890

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 September 1890

Parliament . i The Legislative Assembly was much relieved, on Tuesday evening when the Speaker pnt the question that Railways Standing Committee Bill should be sent to the Legislative Council, and there were cheers when t ne motion was agreed, to. iw em Ders saw that the event marked an epoch. When the consideration of tlie measure was resumed early in the afternoon there was some doubt as to what would be . the result of Mr Lauren's proposal to limit its operation to June 30, 1892, because members were ab sent from both sides, and the appeal to the Ministerial ' Liberals ' to be staunch was likely to have some effect. In the debate which ensued, Mr Gillies pointed out that to fix a date for the death of the bill would be tantamount to depriving it of life now. If it were found at any time thiat the experiment was not successful, the bill ' could be repealed. To this Sir Bryan O'Loghlen replied that once the Legis lative Council obtained the power given in the bill, it would not .re...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ATHENEUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 September 1890

... if .u ^ The Athekbuv. *riie* IjdbV com mittee met on Mon day evening last, and as a result an appreciable addi tion will be made to pur already ex fBnjsivej believe that about £25 wortn of books lias beeh! ordered. The localj Atheuseum ranks well amongst similar institutions in the various country districts of the colony. Besides the library and comtobdipus reading room there is the nucleus of a museum. In a district like this where Tniniiig is a promin ent industry we might do much for} ^ edification/ of, the public the development of our mining resources.' A few samples of minerals have been contributed, but were efforts to be a K°°d. fde*| IfrtHt, pf each year's jn-^ come a sOm wrnd W set aside for! the establishing a School of 'MSnes on & | small-scale is this.— The inining^ re sources of our district are quite iuli developed. We know not whet ttea ing mountains, and already many mineraJpjjg&SE g°ld ***7 liave escaped discovery lor the want jof.*!. minerals v...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Chilled Meat Industry. WODONGA, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 September 1890

Whe Chilled Meat Industry, i J Wodonga, Saturday. I Advantage was taken of the pre sence in this district of Messrs H. ''Hoyt, proprietor of the cold storage works in Fitzroy ; Mr J. S. Horsfall, of Widgewa, JS.S.W. (formerly a flirector of Messrs Goldsbrough, Mort. iLnd Co., Limited) ; Mr Manning, sec retary of the Narandera (N.S.W.) abattoirs^ Mr^ A. MacB ain ; - ^ind mother gentlemen, to hold a public meeting to consider the establishment of abat toirs in the district, interest in which lias lately been revived in Wodonga and the Upper ^Murray. There was a large gathering of pastoralists pre sent. V-:;- ' ' ?? ?? '1 ^ ,a-k\ Mr Geo. Leighton was voted to the chair, and called upon Mr Hoyt tp submit his scheme to the meeting. Mr Hoyt said he had already afforded tangible proof of his' confi dence - in the . feasilbility of haying meat killed- in the country, and sent on in refrigerating cars to Melbourne by laying out a considerale amount .of money in the erection of buildings, con...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 September 1890

Local and General, i ? *vs Fourth Page. — On oar fourth page will be found continuance of Mr Crichton's article on the Grape Vine, Mitta Mitta tattle stealing case, and general news. Accident. — On Ssturday last a peculiar accident occurred to Mrs Delanev. resid 1 ? ? ? _ n ? ' tr_ r\ 1 uig u«sr toe vrap. mx ueianey was en gaged felling a tree, and Mrs Delaney went out with lunch as usual. He did not notice her approach, and she was not aware of the fact that the tree was almost cut through, and just on the point of tailing. It happened to fall in her direc tion just as she was about to speak, and before she could get away a limb struck her across the head, causing a nasty con tusion. The blood flowed very freely, and she presented . a ghastly appearance. Mr Delaney brought her into Yackandan dah for attendance by Dr Mueller, who temporarily dressed the wound, and advised her being taken to the Beech worth Hospital. This advice was acted upon. Tenders. — Tenders are called for 500 c...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Chiltern Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 September 1890

I Chiltern Show . ? The Chiltern Show was held on ? Tuesday, but was slightly interfered ? with by the weather. The display of I exhibits was larger than last year. ? The following are the awards in the ? principal sections:— ? Draught Entire — J. Mitchell's Un B named 1 ; J. Martin's Clifton 2. Mare ? in foal or foal at foot — R. Stewart 1 ; B W. Baumgarten 2. Two-year-old B Filly — R. Stewart 1 and 2. Blood B Stock — Hoysted's All Gold 1. Blood B Mare — John Martini. Carriage Stal B lion — Reid's Landslip 1. Hunter to B cany 12st over 4ft hurdles — Pearson's j B Greystanes 1 ; Morris and Sons' Fair- i » field 2. Hackney up to 15st — Pear- j ? son's Euclidist. Ladies' Hunter — C. | B H. Morris 1. Farmer's Single-horse B waggonette — Busse and Sons 1 TrOt B ting Race — R. Hoysted. Pony Race B — W. Beach 1. B The show of cattle was the best ? ever seen at Chiltern. J. Doolan, A. M M'Nabb, Dickson and Sons, D. Walsh H C. Kierath, T Holmes, and J. Nolan B| caaried off the principal pri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 September 1890

' - * ' ) ? - . -i R. TAYL(®f| . ?' %- , ||i |Nf ? j GBOCEBS, II |I 1 V ^ ^ ' V S W I N B, 8 P *it I T, ' ?' T' j r *^ah» T_ ]jr 'j '$ PRODUCE MERCHANTS, BEECHWORTH.' ' - 80 10 ; 1:5 ^ Our Stores and Stock are the most complete in » the District*, . ,, S '+ i \ i \ 1 Goods Delivered Carriage Free at Beeciivortih / Prices. K TAYLOit & CO., FORD STREET, BEEOHWORTEE The Yackandandah Tines IS Published Every Saturday. All communications to be addressed. to the Editor. LETTERS intended for insertion should be written on one side of the paper only, and those to bear a Norn de Plume must be accompanied; with the bona fide name and address of writer, as a guarantee of good faith. Orders for advertisements to be countermanded in writing. The num ber of insertions to be given to each advertisement should be stipulated, otherwise they will be inserted until countermanded (or up to the expiry of date in case of announcements ' advertising meetings, tenders, Ac.) Subscriptions terminate ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 September 1890

* ~ ? _ - ? ? i , ,* ? ' * » « \ n r \ ? T'i . i * i ! i *? i i rv !'? ' r; iTWi'Tt' I .{. ufi(S H J Hw'-' U'3Ut i -y-.j ; '-!1 WATERLOO -;;.-.fiG33EI* „? r ? ? ?'-!; ^.J.trniw -iiHpp ^ ^*3«Y -mIT -r- J! - } {dPrfcSlTE ^MSl!5BBfc»B.]f i »-» ,r*d *1? '* nwntfl o-Jl { -JL ' HIGH . STREET, riTAC^AJf.JJAKjPAflr,, | old ; jjstabpsJbrp :\t. ? -H ;u. r r,,:/ .7/ ,i JrenkJnW ,iT^? ^ -* ;i - - v: *? rf-rmr- Mii -^'rtr ' v' BEGStIi' return; jthanfc^ .jto tli® . Public. ? gene .iJly,f9fr8U].»p«Vt accpjae-l ^Hm' in tlie jjjtst, and .hopes ' hy sii^etrsu tuition; to their lequirements to receive a'fsriV measure of support- V:l\ -*?« ? ''si' * 1-. ?.-??.. ~t - i 'jj ;.' EVURYj ACGO-UlODATIQN.: J ?VISITORS A&D sEAMILJES. r 'r \ B ? ??-?: ? .'TTT ? }- *r-:-h-. » t{ A First-class Cuisine Guaranteed. ' ' : ? t Only : the . Best Brands - of. Ales, ^Wines and ^ - ... 0 i; Spirits ;ke$. ;.,-v ' ; ?First-class ; Sample , jElo^ni Bath, &-*?, ' f Superior Alcock's Riljiard Tablf. . Commodio...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 September 1890

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. Hie Melbourne Stock and Station Journal reports under date of Sept. 19th, as follows: — Fat Cattle — 2,200 were yarded for tbe week, 800 from Queens land, 900 from NJS.W, 300 from Gipps land, and the rem aider from North Eastern and North Western districts. The following are the quotations— Prime pens 1 of bullocks from - L9 0s to LlO Os 0d; extra ditto, from LlO 10s to L12 ; odd beasts, from L7 10s to X9 ; ' good pens of bullockB, from L7 to L8 ; middling, L7 10s to L8 30a ; inferior from L5\ cows, from L7 0s to L8 0s Od ; odd beasts, to L9 2s 6d. , ? Fst Calves— 280 yarded — Prime veal sold readily at high rates, while for other sorts the demand was without animation, at about former quotations. Prime sold at from 65s to 75s, good sold at from 45s to 55s, middling 25s to 35s, inferior to 25«. Fat Sheep. — A heavier supply than anticipated came forward, 25,000 having been yarded. Good to prime T heavy weight merino wethers were largely re presented, and for ...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 September 1890

[?] ur' ' pens bullodu, LS -to-LMf; t few extra ; prime and heivv, to LIS 10a ; a draft of Imllodn from the Bland averaging L9 ; Mr B. Bands prime heavj Mahonga bol- i younger cattle at proportionate rates, i Sheep — 1000 yarded, beet wethers in m«k- { tajf l281'i-thfcni 'from 11* v *tttrrn^iweg,'7t^- (at jambm, 7« |jd. They also sold, outside, -J0,obo atl abd store sheep in wool off] shears, and 500 fat and store cattle. ' Messrs Chaa L. GWLflSth and Co report ] mixed cattle, including a few indifferent ; fats. Fat rteeerto/Lti ,10s; fat cows, LS 1 10s ; small 'store Wuwu, L4 10s ; £st I cm Iff*, - L2 Sb ; youvg .tsuced catfle at fair j rates They 'sold drafts for 'Messrs A.! Armstrong, jGordon and Gordon, Jas. Law* son, John Cummins, P. 'Drutnmond, W. WliiUrfndothers. Ments Chas. L. Griffith and Co. repor* holding their usual market at Gorryoug on 6th, when they yarded 800 store cattle of a good description. Owing to the heavy rain preceding and dating the sale, the attendance of ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining Nuggets. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 September 1890

JUinitig Nuggets. I Mr D. Rae, of Stoney Creek, crashed a parcel of seconds from the Rechabite Reef for 8ozs, the result of a fortnight's work. Messrs Vale, Mall and Bees have 30 tons on the surface, and will crush when a further like quantity has been got out. The reef is from 11 to 18 inches wide, at a depth of 30 feet, and shows good gold. The Streak of Luck Company is I floated at Myrtleford, and will soon commence operations. In Sandhurst a proposal is being considered to forward weekly mining reports to London. The contractor for boring opera tions at Eldorado, near . Beechworth, lias reported to the Mining depart ment that the first drill put down there has-bottomed. at a depth of 270 feet, and passed through 5ft of wash, obtaining propects of gold and tin. The -? Pioneer Hydraulic, (Mitta Mitta) sluicing operations haye''lpro- gressed satisfactorily during the past week, with a good supply of water, and preparations are being made for extension pipes for Little Giant. The ma...

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Leneva and [?] Fr[?]go. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 September 1890

IJLeneya tt&igo. pr-K T ? -I r--v T I (From Our Own ^Correspondent.) [?] Last Sg&plft? we#, $ge footballers paid a visit to Upper In d^r-1fl»^|m»y'^e«|g&|g*w!Btojfc-^-. tool| place Jjh' Indigo&nd team ^ie vweatiilirl Sii-.. fav-|&ble/&n{J perjj. espeb«flly oft%game. W; a d&ug^tjubt as.Tialfjfci^ie'^ife cfflleay and|ora^ii^ for - W^I^IaiSi f |gpury pre^htmg \-jfisBi,yX J«*r . : soon' as tire -weaker Sobk -up, tlie game very litt^ldteration , j» theNTCSult'} Vhich sf--d^: at call of time— Indigo' and Middle . ^cg^iS^^ : 1 'goal 3 j^bM^ilter the contest the visitors were invited to an excellent spread, and too much praise cannot he given to r, the Misses Goodger for the abte' manner in which they earned out tlie dnties entrasted to them.' ; '' ??'*'?'? '- I hear that 'Upper Indigo is to be treated with a ball on Friday week (26th). It is some ' time now since an entertainment lias been held here, and it is needless to say that the...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 September 1890

BALI*. (fite^^taries /wonld oblige by sending Inlheir club's engagements for each fiaturday not later than Wednes day evenings.)

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THE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 September 1890

THE STRIKE, The momentous struggle between the trade-unionists and the employers was referred to in both houses of par liament on Tuesday. The leader of the Opposition brought the subject be fore the chair by asking whether the Government saw its way yet towards pntting forth some etlort to bring the present calamitous struggle to an end. Every assistance would be offered in thaJb direction by the' Opposition- Mr Gillies, who spoke with unusual ear nestness and emphasis, said the Go vernment recognised the piesent state of affairs as probably the most criti cal and serious known in Australia, and that as soon as they saw an open ing they would hasten to approach other Governments to join in 6ome effort to bring the struggle to an end. The Government looked forward with something like very serious apprehen sion as to what the future might be if the temper of .the disputants were permitted to rise to a pitch when per haps it would be difficult to exercise control In the Council Mr Ser...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 September 1890

Gazette Xotices. A number of claims having been sent to the Crown Law Offices in error attention is requested to the terms of the Rules under the ''Justices Act', 1890. Those fees and allowances, whether under, the 'civil' or 'cri- minkl' heading, only apply to cases heard and decided summarily before Justices, aud have no application to prosecution for~indictable offences. Graxing areas available: — Allot. 29 Dederang, 450 acres, formerly recom mended to M. Tuohey, jr. ; allot. 73. and 71, Beechworth, 170 and 330 acres respectively, formerly applied for by Owen Jones. Auriferous Lands available: — 990 and 1000 acres, parish of Bum^il. for feited holdings of ftebecca and Sam uel C. Carter. Applications for leases not granted — P. J. Tuohey and M. Tuohey jr., Dederang. Applications for licenses approved — John Mitchell Block 4090, G. and W. M'Guffe jr. Block 4091 : M. 0' Donnell, Block 4089 ; W. and R. Wil son jr., Block 4OOS ; S. M' Donald Myrtleford, 120a. Transfer of leasehold — P...

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WANDERERS v. YACKANDANDAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 September 1890

WANDERERS v. YACKAN DANDAH. (From Our Own Correspondent.) The return match between the Wanderers and Yackandandah clubs was played on the ground of the for mer on Saturday last. The rain which fell during the day made the ground very greasy,' and the ball difficult to mark. A. Priestly cap tained tne xacxpiayers ^wno piayea two men short), while J. Brown acted in a similar1 capacity' for the locals. The Yack skipper winning the toss, elected to kick towards the east goal, and Ike Brown sent the ball moving, and Bryden marked to Trezise, who from a place-kick at a difficult angle ; secured first goal foi the Wanderers. W. Moore kicked the ball off, when it was quickly carried in front of the Yack posts, where Thompson got a mark, with the result of a second goal being recorded for the red and black in less than five minutes. Moore again kicked of£ and in spite of the efforts of the Yack players the Wan derers had several shots for goals, but which, however, only resulted in behinds. ...

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Gundowring. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 September 1890

Chtndotoring. (From Our Own Correspondent.) We have had a truce lately with the book agents ; but no sooner is one played out than another jumps his place. We were paid a visit by one last week, and among other commo dities which he vended was a bottle of lotion which would cure all ail ments that affected mankind. Some person in our neighbourhood is poisoning dogs here, but it is to be ; hoped that before long we will be able to sheet it home to the culprit. Our Gun do wring Football Club are to meet the 'Yackandandah team on the ground of the' latter on Saturday, i (20th), to play a friendly match. In every match which they have hitherto played they have had to face a con tingent from other, clubs. We hope it will not be the case this time, as 50 per cent of our boys are in their minority.

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Presentation to Cr. Robinson. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 September 1890

Presentation to Cr. J Robinson, 1 i ' ~ - 1 ? ?* ? -* ? A meeting was held at the Lagoon Hotel, Kiewa, on Saturday, Septem ber 13th., for the purpose of ma^riTig | arrangements for a banquet to Cr Robinson. j It was arranged that Cr Robinson oe entertained at a banquet in recog ' nition of his public services, to be , held Si 'the Prince 'of* Wales Hall, Kiewa, on Friday evening, October 3pdw- '? ' * ; - ' A strong committee was formed to carry out the proceedings. It was resolved that the chair be taken at 6 p.m. The committee, have also decided nnon a Grand Ball to follow the ban quet ; and as the best of music will be provided, visitors may look forward to one of the best and most enjoyable gatherings ever held in the Yackan dandah Shire. It was, moreover, decided to invite Mr Craven M.L. A., with the presi I dent and members of surrounding shires. Mr J. Lawson was appointed hon. sec., which is a guarantee that every thing will be carried out with due eclat.

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