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General Grant s Honest Ing[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 July 1891

General Grant s Honest laslii. I think the scenery there about The Dalles, on the Columbia, the grandest in the world, and there, right in the heart of a rich country, to. ,..' - General Grant eaid this a dozen or more years ago, to a group of men at the Child's* cottage, Long Branch — the Emperor of Brazil, George W. Child?, Gen . Sherman and the writer. He had been talking in a remin iscent sort of way cf the old days when he was stationed at The miles, ur., a tew years after the f-Lexic&n war. Perhaps he was taking more particularly to the writer at that moment than either to the Emperor, Saerman or Childs, beoanae the writer had met him when a lad st this post, and had years after helped to organize the country adjacent, which had been named after the General— Grant County. More than that, the writer bad been eleoted ss Judge there, and for four long years, with only one law book and two six-shooters had sat on the benoh there and serenely administered jastioe if not the...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] In Love's Crucible. CHAPTER XXV. "I AM SIR RICHARD'S DAUGHTER." [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 July 1891

i&oveltet. In Love's Crucible. ? * ? By BERTH A M. CLAY. ? * ? CHAPTER XXV. 11 1 AM Slit BICHAItDs DAUGlTTKn.'' She looied about her with half-fearful scru tiny, and seeing nothing ghostly or human, went to the gato. As she put her hand upon it she heard something move, and looking up saw a figure advancing quickly toward her. It was no vision, ho woven bat Caiyl Wilton. Ho peered at her uncertainly for a moment, and then, -n-iih a gesture of relief, advanced to her side. ' is it you - sue ssid, lorcing a smile. ? Why are you h re — why do you stare so ? Do 1 look ibe a — ghost?' ?* Forgive me,' he said, in a low voice; ' I could not remain in the house while you were out here alone.' ? Sow long have you been hsre ?' she asked. ' Not more than a few minates.' ' No more than a few minutes I' she repeated. Did you seo anything ?* And sha glanced back at the church with an ir repressible shudder* ' Yes,' he replied. ' Yes !' and she started, and uuconaciously laid her' hand on ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. [We do not necessarily identity ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] THE KIEWA ELECTION. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 July 1891

Corresondence . { ? V - 1 JL 1 ? ?— — ' f -'I [We -io not identify ourselves with opinions expressed by correspondents .] THE KIEWA ELECTION. (to the snrroR.) Sir, — I see by the ' Banner ' that the Kiewa correspondent has com menced .his annual attack on me. ; I would have thought he had enough of it considering ; the abuse he gave me in tbe Wodonga ' Sentinel ' every week tor two: montns twelve montns ago (when he was brought forward by John, _ lqng of Gundowring and David, earl ofKergunyah, to oust me from the Gouncil table), as well as the six weeks' pilgrimage he. iiade of the riding warning the ratepayers of the evils I had done,, and was about to do, if I got , another chance. How ever, after his 30 year's residence on the river, and all his other good qualities, they considered him rather slippery (from a mnnicipal point of view) for their choice, and rejected him with such a majority as ought to convince him that his interference in municipal matters was not appre majority ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Notes from Western Australia. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 July 1891

Notes from Western Australia^ j (By a late Yackandandah Rrsidem.) j (to thb editor.) { Sir, — I saw in your p^per an ac count of Western Australia by* Mr Vandenberg, which to my mind, is altogether misleading. As I have been a resident of the Xack. Shire for several vears. and am well known in the district, perhaps a few lines from me on Western Australia may be of interest to many of my old old friends, and your readers. I notice Mr Yaudenberg complains of the extortionate charges in all direc tions, from railway travelling .down wards. As far as I_ can see there is no difference in travelling in W. A. than travelling in any of the other colonies, you always want a long purse ; at least that has been my experience. As for railway travelling, you can get a return ticket from Fremantle to Perth, a distance of 12 miles, (each way) for Is 6d. The charges in hotels are much the same as any place where I have been. If you stop in a first-class hotel you pay 2s per meal, also bed. You can...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mining Nuggets. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 July 1891

I Hming Nuggets. IJJ'?! Hajes Brothers who' own r ' claim on MnTfcy'g lino at. long- . i rJ? Dear W andiligong, brought in on Tuesday 414oz of rfe- 1 61 to ^ie return being from j VortCx, prBSeu^ AU weeKS ,, 'y three men. Other claims : have equally good stone Mrib? 1S everr P^ability of a rnioh.i.016 company commencing C nson the line of the Lone Course Wandilig°ng- in tlie e of a few weeks. . ! of apft r! / * gfr'at Morwell, 19'Y6ars ^JoiA.n''11 Lobh-r' committed suicide taster ? iw *8 she wanted to go to her ** Her sister died a week rid «,f ^Jn(^ raised in the city, in list wepv'6 ')eoP'e who were flooded out Th D0W *moant* to ota- U2.O0D. fitowa'/pi*? Hitt' Rtatesde^^V.at Ingpicp. -S!'8 on Saturday, under the fell to *i t-~ Cliihero XDoursing CInb. r(?Pohtaii Board of 'AP*A^ESr' has absconded. St3Sr°°2S* *

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Trial of Colston. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 July 1891

I Trial of Colston. I Tlie final of William Colston for ihe murder of Mary Elizabeth Davis, at Xarbethong, in February last, was brought to a close in tbe Criminal Court on Saturday, before Mr Justice Moleswortb and a jur}' of 12. Counsel occupied an hour m addres sing the jury, and Honor's summon ing up extended over three hours, filly three-fourths of that time being taken tip in reading his notes of tbe evidence which had been given on tbe three preceding- days. The jury de liberated upon then* verdict from 2 till 6.30 p.m. They found eventually that the prisoner was guilty of wilful murder, that lie .,w.as .sane at the time of the commission of the offence, and perfectly sane at the' present time, botli as regarded bis ability to dis- | tiag-msli between right and 'wrong, to follow the proceeding of his trial, and j take measures for his defence. The j prisoner apparently was tbe least W£rested person in the court, and Then asked if he had anything to say vhv sentence should not...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAYSIDE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 July 1891

WJLYSIDE NOTES . ? ;u: ? The Kievra Galley correspondent has evidently got tired of the ' Banner,' and has altered his tactics by calling upon one of his friends j to relate bis ' tale of woe' to the j ' Sentinel.' I On thie occasion the correspon dent purporting to liail from Kergun yah has a quiet dig at the 44 Times,' aud Mr Robinson is again brought into the question. We are, doubtless, brought into the question through having our tender for printing and advertising accepted — and Cr Robin son is saddled wetli the blame for voting for its acceptance because it was higher than the other's. Previous to our advent there was no journal published in the shire and consequently the whole of the journals fringing the different, ridings had to be patronised for tlie sake of the rateyayers. This meant advertising in four papers, and printing and ad vertising last year cost £250 and the previous year £220. The publica tion of the ' Yack Times' meant a fifth paper. The council found that pr...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Kiewa Valley. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 July 1891

? ? ? ' - c Kiewa Valley* * j Ml? f ftrs, ,\i « f _« * ! l-tnrr®: ? ? H UP , . , _j , j 1 Jlltl i (Frpm rft_. Travelling Correspondent.) , j The old sage, 'one half of the j world knows Hot how' the other half j lives,' may sometimes be applied to districts with equal troth ; but I think the joys and sorrows, hopes and fears, of the J5Liewa vallev have been fairly well ventilated during tbe past few months. However, - ' there still remain some unconsidered triffles in addition to the matters of special interest now agitating the minds of the hitherto peaceable, in habitants. The roads, which usually at this time of year have in many places been almost impassable, now reflect a good deal of credit ; on the past efforts of the local Shire. cCoun- cil. Some of the older hands have mauy a tale to tell of narrow escapes, and trying experiences at tending the early, settlement of the district, and which may now be looked upon, for all time, as things v of the past ; but I hear all these i...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 July 1891

THE BALL i | In the evening a free hall w H when there must have been over sent ; in fact, for some time dand a difficult matter. Later on *^81 the crowd was not so dense, and B ?rramme was got through more Mr M. Clune acted a« M.O anfl ? i- i ?' . u 8 to.BH uiuiuun ui^ui n nun ne nad. p ? thin? passed off without a hitch, and i k?®! deserving of every credit for tlie in which he sunervise-l. The h»l! ^ li!'!5, H were— Messrs Nette, M. E. Clunf Priestly, ~the secretary Mr Molvijp B course, heins to the fore in the ^ ^ H inents generally. The music 1 by Scheie's string band r0f Rutba? B which also performed at the haoqa?^ H We ommitted to mention in conn^ ^ with the banquet that the floral d 8 tions of the hall were carried ont B R. Riddingtou, at which art heisoi adept: T '-l! m Most of the councillors were preset ^ in fact, all except one. Cr Monjan r' M era! regret was expressed at hfe in^ P to be present, especially as he was i-,.' M citated through illness On the arrival of the ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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FRUIT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 July 1891

FRUIT MARKET. Messrs M'Clure, Valantine, and & mm report that — *?' Owing to heavy rains, theft Hi is hardly any fruit coming down pS|| very much better, and we advise growers gin who have any good varieties to send theflj |||fl for sale at once. We sold on account o* gH Mr A. Brehner. Newstead, London Pipp^BS- 7s 9d ; Scarlet Nonpareil, 7s 6d ; R0®5 . ||B| Rcautv, 5s 6d ; Stewart's Seedling, «jt mm Reinette de ?Janads, 4s 9s ; Kentucky Streak, 4s. From A. W. Fletcher B08®' ram worth, Scarlet Nonpareil, 7s Sd ; R®®5 Beauty, 5s 6d ; Purity, 3s 9d ; Gw®® nH| Russet, 3s 6d. From Amos Booth, 8H stead, Nicajack. Vs 9d ; Rome Beaatv',^' HH Reinette, 5s 3d ; Rymer. 4s KentW'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 July 1891

Local and Geneml, . Held Over.— fieport of RaiUvav 0: ficers, Gathering, leUer from Upper Kkfi general news, and several local item;. ^ A Cup.-— Mr Craven, M.L.A. infona ^ us that he has'given a handsome cup ta; competition amongst the various footbaT Ciuds in tne electorate, i ne cup, we be lieve, is already at the railway station. W{ ^ shall be able to give full particulars it |I next issue ; but one of the conditions a |p that the cup is to be won twice before || finally held — that is premiership for ns i§ years, successive or otherwise.

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Commercial. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 July 1891

— ? Commercial. g§ | MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT Fat Sheep. — The supply was a moderate one. only 19.000 having been yarded, ihe bull; of which ranged from middling M pood qualities, with a scarcity of prime. The demand was brisk throughout, tni | prices ruled Trom 6d to Is per head highs than last week's rates, prime heavy weight crossbred weathers frcm 17s to '20?. a ft* extra do from 2ls to 26s, good do froffl 14s to 16s, prime crossbred ewes from 14s to 16s, prime merino wethers from Us to 16s 6d(according to weight), goad do from 12s to 13s fid ; middling do from 9s to best merino ewes from 9s to lis, a fc* extris do from 12s to 13 6d, others from'8-

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Notices. SUNDAY, JULY 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 July 1891

Church Notices. j'-.- SUNDAY, JULY '26. f CHURCH of EXGLAXB. Rev. T. J. Wright. . j Yackandandah, 1.1 a.m. and 7 p. -a. y| Back Creek. 3 p.m.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Kergunyah. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 July 1891

m [?] *? , like six week#-®f-* very uneomfort fejuree the'Xds come In for k%Jo I , 0,f l»fhen.ati9inff and there is *h j B1 0 . £ room for improvement in them, *®°°- the present turmoil of political ba{ the roads have been relegated to fitters, w-e f^J^musing, during the rainy time ♦M. the gyrations of our local ped **?ein making his way through the \ W of despond, lying between the *'? nffi« and the state school. 1 re * Inrled him to try stilts, but the hint t« n,eet with his approba Tbe bridges and culverts became tio' ;mna?sabl«, and the school children «''!T hem by ?» ,he «™ve '?*7 ?*orttin.e«go °'e Mr W' children missed her footing and Sped into the creek from a height of feet The consequences might have !1„ serious. but the child escaped with a JSra*U ducking. Had tbe creek been in t J the girl wou1tl have been carrie(i ^.v and drowned. \ow is tlie time to cal1 the attent,on of the candidates to the state of tl.e road klvpcn Kergunyah and Kiewa on wLenJ side of the river. Some...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 July 1891

T (jlcImi iil a ! f dith jJftCJway. ' lo eiMB The following time taole in con nection with, the' above has been issued by the twSfi&^ISager : — Yaekandandah will_be opened for mssse fffis ¥«««!*« vsM, m Tjj^kae-e mupt exceed o cwt ana con-.. «igp^e^|uasjl}| take:' delivery ^im^ie'di- . atglyjij? ?i. 'apSyfbL gobds, tb fee i*e-' ceivea*an5. despiai^hed Ut - owners' risk. J * -' . iDOWff. n Express, ; v A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. j Melbourne ...' — f-20 — j Wangaratta ... — 12.15j 4$5 94£ j Eveiton ... 7 25, 1-6 - 5-10 . 10.9, ar 4o' IM WVs.10.5S Beechworth. d.;p S20 { d.11.13 Wooraze; ?? S.43 Hco Y o-aniiadab, air- i'.O — — , . i .th: knjthx&hsY 'to d'Aritf, j A.M. A. Ma P.M. j Tackindandah ... 4.35 1 ! .2^ - \VHs^gee''j O .? ' i ' ? ~ A ^ v «rf - -5fi5 , J2i0 — Beechworth - - - 5 30 1*2.15 2.37 Evert- n .. ''. 6-5 12.50 3.12 v- i r ar' ' - 6,4S — «r.'^.55 : Wanga-SkWA*-^ * ^-2* * a V#4.12 Melbourne, rrr. ... 11. 6 9.43 _ iixpre&s. , ??} : : ; 1 : |1 ^ . T PARES— DOW...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 July 1891

WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. W. H. Fesber. Yackandandah, 11 a.m. and? p. 2, Allan's Flat, 3 p.m.

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CORRYONG STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 July 1891

COfiRVONG- STOCK MARKET. »| J. W. Thwattes & Co. report ha ring their usual monthlV Ba'e at CorryooC j ISth inst., when they ; yarded 120 cattle. Biddings were not anim't®'' they succeeded in disposing of *11 head. Thev quote— Store bullocks fe. £3 10s to £4 8* ; 2i to8 yearst^reW*^® '; cows from £2 5a to £3 3s ; £1 Ss to £2 Is ; two year-old e^ee*|an.fu lis. At the above prnses »hey ir for Messrs Gay Bros., W. H. BnrtletS11' Sheather, J. Land, C. Jones, and other ? Land Sale.— W. Tbwsites *v& ^ report having sold privately during ? ^ week on account of Mr J no. Smith, B®ls ' his farm of 72 acres at £7 per chaser being Mr Thom*a Coul«tock. 'lso report having let privately McKay 's j^rma^ jspring C' eek. , ; ^ . ?i I i 1 ? ? A lamentable death from fish-poj8'®1®? ocennwd «| the Kyneton servant named MarararetNi^hnlls. o* of Mr James NicMis, of Nnll' The deceased was ? tr.ploy -i -it ^ iro -ft :*t'H .jy. had:be«ab '0{iened -'w daw (fat tlieK^tvMDu ti#sj?Rl. where s

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 July 1891

TTTANTED-AN ELDERLY MAN f T to look after a paddock at Bethangn and make himself generally useful. Wages, 10s per week with rations. Apply before 1st August to WILLIAM BEATTY, Yackandandah. NOTICE. The yackandandah band of HOPE will hold their Half-yearly Meeting oft MONDAY, 27th July, in the Wesleyan Chapel. Appointment of Officers, &c. All members and sympathis ers requested to attend. ^ 'For Sale Cheap. A12-H.P. Semi Portable (Link Motion) Winding Engine, with Drums, Pulleys, Ropes and Buckets, and all requisites. For full parti culars apply WILBERFORCE BROS., Stanley. NOTICE. Musical Evening l Sa le Of Work In the Shire Hall, Yackan dandah. MONDAY, AUGUST 3rd, 1891 rPO welcome His Lordship the J- BISHOP OF MELBOURNE rnd MRS GOE to Yackandandah. The Sale Of Work is in con nection with the Girls' Friendly Society. Admission — Adults Is ; Children, half-price. Doors open at 7.30- The Meeting will be opened by the Bishop at 8 o'clock. ALSO : Tuesday, August 4th, In the Holy ...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. REV. A. ROBB. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 July 1891

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rf.v. A. Robb. Yackandandah, 11 a.m and 7 p.m. § Indigo Creek, 3 p.m. ?!

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 July 1891

Auctions. T. A. Knaggs. ~ T. A. Knaggs, AUCTIONEER, ' IS MTRTiEPOfiD HAS Several Valuable properties foT Private Sale in variousparts *of the Juewa and Ovens River Districts. REGULAR SALES of fjVE STOCK held iu MYRTLEfORD EVERY ALTERNATE TUESDAY. : J. W. Thwaites & Co. JW. TH WATTES & CO. will hold . SALES. o£ LIVE STOCK as tunder : — .... ? TALLANGATTA SPECIAL HORSE— Tuesday and .Wednesday, July 21st , , and 22nd. ' ' TALLANGATTA MARKET— Saturday, 25th July.' ?CORRYONG, monthly market; Saturday, August 22nd. ESKDALE, monthly market, Monday, August, 17tb, 1891. YACKANDANDAH Market — Early in September. Persons having Stock for* any of these Sales are requested to' send full parti ? *»nlflra as pnrlv as nossihle to ? ; ? Tallangatta. J. W. THWAITES & CO., Tallangatta. ^Valuable Business Property at Tallangatta. SATURDAY, 25th JULY, At the Cattle Yards. T| W. THWAITES & CO. have been -V * favored with instructions from Mr JT. T. Park to sell by public a...

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