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

WATERLOO HOTfeL, E' (OPPOSITK Tin: POST OFFICE.) C3 HIGH STREET, YACKANDAIsDAH . nrn KSTABLlSliKD COMMERCIAL ft VL HOUSE. frank Entra - Proprietor. J T)EGS to return thanks to the Public 1 . n £w»^raUy i&d r-r^^^«a,Tii:op5'^y . strict. atteufionT|»- &;&: jkeir requirements to receive a fair measure tfsopi-H'it. ? ? LI EVERY ACCOMMODATION FOR *!' VISITORS AND FAMILIES. *- A First-class Cuisine Guaranteed. Ai Onlv tbe Best Brauds of Ales, Wines and Spirits kept.- ai jVst-elass Sample Room Bath; &c. ^ Superior Alcock's Billiard Table. ul Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes, in ? S bookie office for BECIv and LOWE'S COACHES. STAB IH^OTIEXj b YACK ANDAN DAH. P. McDermott - Proprietor, * DESIRES to intimate to his numerous - fiicuds of Y ackand&udah aud public generally, that be has taken the .above well known hostelry, and trusts by strict atten tion to the requirements of bis patrons to j receive a fair share of support. First-cla6s Accommodation' ...

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

MAIL TV A F OPENING DEMONSTRATION. ? o ,Ar ! ThursJtw' was qui^a red-letter day- m^the ' annals^of Y^^nda^ah^a the ^casion lieing the ;ic^)en^ig pf ithe j railv|ay line from Bcsechworth tod Y aclcandandah. Regarding the! weather, we could not have b^en betters suited, as it was gloriously fine, and just of tae kind to mdu.ce a general outing. The consequence was that the day was observed as high.-day ana [holiday by. almost everybody in the distict, and' the crowds to be .seen inr the street during the early part of1 the1 afternoon, .with, the. constani,arrivaL of vehicles gave the town a busy appearance. The day having been; gazetted a public holiday throughout the shire, all schools were closed, and in the town business was cast aside for the. day in the various stores. During the forenoon quietness reigned supreme, whilst the various bunches of holiday makers were discussing the weather and the prospects of the success of the banquet and ball. At 2 o'clock the local brass band tu...

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

Political. The treasurer evidently has a heavy task before him in dealing with the estimates for tbe corning year, having to provide for a deficiency of over £1,000,000. The failure to dispose of the land of Kew and Yarra Bend asylums, the proceeds of which were virtually mortgaged by the last Government, has necessitated the meeting of various engagements out of the general revenue. The policy j of the present session is, therefore, to be rigid, retrenchment. The pen has been at work erasing some items, and cutting down others. In the chief secretary's department the principal curtailments will be in the ? ™ JL~' * — -Ji«lia.'uu.lA3na..; - j museums £20000, and £8500 to various societies and galleries. These ?Vrill be cut down. In the Education Department, a saviner in the -vote to schools of mines 'will be effected by eliminating several unimportant Sub jects from the curriculum. The vote tor building new schools will be con siderably reduced This will not prevent the erection of ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

»r Clements Explains. *''°Jfany pe mle have expressed surprise such a short time. The explanation — xt is gknuike. , I ^saw the. thousands of wo-th]e-s h^&4swlfi American nostrums flooding the Australian market year by year, m -nth by month, day by day, snd - ' ; ? tliat &:;gieat amount --fi money left ?, .th.-S'' frlii nually , in rebqtt ii rarltbe-e Tuliliibby. articles, all of which ma^e :t^e ,cu tr-* so much the poorer.! ' 'I also knew.: ' ' tli -it the exigencies of :ife in this' cHiintiy »i»i5- th-- cl'iti«te necessitated 'he li^e- 'f a-' artificial blo'dmaker to ?= restore the noimal c;uditi'-n aud vital ^forces which were so e' erv-ted by eli'mfttib' and other influences. I also saw the thiu, pale, delicate, *nd attenuated men an-i women of Australian cit es, and studied the -causes' »rifl ways i »'d means of remedyne, the evil ; I saw th t it was impossible t'^ bring the article j required into popular favour except in the ] form of a pa'ent medicine. 1 know...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

COACH BUILDING AND j Blacksmithing ] JN all its branches done in a j WORKMANLIKE MANNER, j Has all tlie Latest and Best. I Machinery for cany ing on tlie I ti-ade, especially in TIRE CUTTING. Repairs promptly aud carefully ' attended to. Horses well and carefully, shod. New and Second Hand Buggies 1: always on baud. New from £30. Prices to suit tlie times. Ornamental Pickets from LI to L2 per hundred, ready for nailing on. Second-hand buggies and waggonettes for sale at L. W. Meu rant's. Useful buildiug timber for sale at L. \V. Meuraut's. L. W. Meurant, blacksmith, and coach - builder, Yackandandah.;1 Horses shod. L. W. Meurant, YACKANDANDAH M. Martin & Go., : ; AUCTIONEERS, : Stocky Station, Land, Estate r and /' * ' . ? _ General Comscdssion Agents Local Agents for Dalgety ;and; .do. -. .t. - Limited. ? ? Clearing Sales Conducted at -i Babkawabtha , / 'i_ '' Chilterk _ ?, Rotherolen, . ; : - 'TackakpambjUl,-! Or any part of the North -Easterp l Di!txict at Reasonable Rate...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

FOR SALRl^ol , * 'T^nStTTT TitteES, 'OKNANIBNTVAL TREKS,. SH^UPS, -RQSES, riED&E 1 Descriptive * Catalogues forwarded %' post on applicafljMi. WILblAMfmCKSON & SONS, s: IndigoM^p^K^ Barnawartha Mil. /Perry, (Of Tuthill, CI boghan & Perky), ? Beechworth. ...... j ILL visit Yackandandah on the ▼ ▼ dates appointed by the Police Magistrate for his attendance at the Yackandandah Court j Next visit— MONDAY, Aug 10. i Mr Perky may be consulted at the ' Waterloo 'Hotel. j ? ? ; ? ? ? ; ? : ? — i Garden Seeds. I m. sTrome t I BEGS to call the attention of the ? public to his ? . .? ' STOCK OF SEEDS. All Ordinary Sorts in. Stock. ] All Seeds Test-ad, ' Cabbage. Cauliflower. Lettuce, and' Onion Plants of the Best Sorts. ' A succession of these will be kept up ; for the season. i PotatoTand Tree Onion Seed A Limited Supply Only. T T B J AXLiI J ! J 'TCpST^ L. 'ROPER has X:wTpT' Pointed f.Tf^^I«i|i^C.-m'sj-'-ndent &c., for the YACKANDANDAH TIMES ?- and« ,is author...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

The second day's racing of the Y.R.C. Grand Rational Mteting passed off on Monday under far more pleasant circum stances than the first day. The weather was fine, though cold, and there was a good attendance. The racing commenced with the Open Hurdle Race, which was won by Bonnie Doon, who ran well in the Grand National Hurdle Race (won » y Glasscock's Crusoe) on Friday last. The Markee won the Lawn Handicap with something to spare, after a good race with Perfection aud Little Bob, who finished second and third. Epi was coming very fast at tbe end of tbe race, but crossed her legs and fell, rolling over Masttr Wliitty, who was riding her. He was picked up insensible, but it was found afterwards that no boues has been broken, though he had suffered a severe shaking. The Grand National Steeplechase brought out a field of 19, tbe greatest number that ever started for the race. In spite of tbe heaviness of the track there was a good race, May Be winning by two lengths from Busaco, with ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

Fifty Pounds for a Guess, An oidinary Walker'* Whiskey bottle has been completely tilled with Dr Fletcher's Pills, secuiely corked with a cork one inch into the Deck apd sealed and placed in the charge of the Commercial Bank, Newtown, Sydney. rJo living foul knows how many pills the bottle contain^.' We agree to divide £50 (fifty pounds) in prizes :for the. nearest guesses as to' the number of pills con tained -in the bottle as follows :— One present of £25 for the nearest guess. „ „ „ £10 for the next neatest euess. „ . „ £5 for the next nearest gness » : ,, £4 for the next nearet-t guess „ ,, „ £3 for the next nearest guess. ,, ,. „ £2 for the next nearest guess, x „ £1 for the next nearest guess. ' Conditions.' : — We make no charge for the puesp, but only purchasers of Dr Flet cher's Bilious and Liver ' Pi Us are eligible to compete ,and the guess must be written on one of our printed forms, one of which is wrapped around eteiy shilling box leaving our laboratory after this date...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. (SUPPLY) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. (Supply) Kergunyah, 11 a.m. Sandy Creek, 3 p.m. Kiewa, 7 p.m.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

The Sydney Trades and Labour - -Council, actaQWledp^ the con gratulations of the ^eljington Coun cil, say, ' WeflHPS^iisaltd party of '66 members, andtb|ymM»ber will be Jginea-tly increfi^F^^^^^xt general Mrs Searl^W^^^^^Hopkins, i a ^well-known resident of aMt Francisco, sjijas died of infflro®W8^is said that rher estate wi^^^y^^^®i(KX),000. * ) A large numoerof giail way em ployes in Lot^mt^ayrejaojw agitating. for the adoptraPorTffl^Hght hours! system. A calculation ? has beeii; made that if ihiEWtystem were' adopted througho^^ England if would cost the companies £8,000,000 ! per annum.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

DR. HENRY MUELLER has joined his uncle, Dh. A. MUELLER, in practice at Yackandandah. He has made Uterine Diseases and those of the Nose, Ears, and Throat subjects of special study at the best German Universities, previous to his departure for Australia. Patients from a distance can he accommodated at the Sanatorium, and may safely dispense with tl^e cpstly services of towii' specialists li|£ 'fadtattditrnfafj l;iwts ( With Supplement.) PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAT. SATURDAY, AUGUST I, 1891.

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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

Onr Melbourne Letter , (From our own Correspondent.) The iecent flood had its droll, as well as its pathetic incidents. Here is a sample of each : — The gay and laughing ciowd that on Monday morning thronged Princes Bridge, to gloat over the rising river, and gaze expectoratingly into its turbid waters, might have observed the most pathetic incident that occurred during the disastrous flood. Borne down by the roaring current came an uprooted telegraph pole, and upon, this fraii raft a poor little hen struggled hard to secure footing. Think of the feelings of this miser able fowl. Rudely wakened from its sweet dreamless slumber upon some far off happy perch, and swirled away in its remorseless vortex, it had clung despairingly to the first sup port that offered. And, now rolling from side to side, it would ever and anon utter plaintive cries for succour, alas ! all unheeded ; and, at times, plunged beneath the billowy wave, it would emerge again, fighting bravely but hopelessly again...

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THE RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

The Railways. The utterances of Mr j Shiels when intro- j ducing his Bill for the better management of the Rail ways have astounded the country as a whole; for it is seldom that a Minis ter speaks so strongly on any subject relating to the business, of the cqloijy as did Mr Shiels. It may be-described as a scathing indictment * against the system of vesting the control of rail ways in commissioners, and more so of making any one of those commis sioners the head. He went back to 1883 when the non-political system of management was introduced, and showed that during the last seven years the management, had^eeffisany ~ thing bnt—'up --to expectation. ®The railways were now. overwhelmed by deficits, .and the -construction branch by it® extravagance and costliness had proved: a bar I to the building of more lines. The J departmental estimates for.th^-Jines I in 18^4 j f Y^r^gngtegteiDL by £2, 500, 000, and in two , jyears, the : commissioners estimated of working expenses were exceeded b...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tallangatta Railway Opening. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

Tallangatta Railway Opening. The railway opening at Tallan gatta on Friday way very successful, although there was not such a large ?attendance -at Yackandandah, there being about 90 present. The Hon. D. Gillies joined the special at Wodonga. The President of the Towong Shire, Mr Paton, occupied the chair, and Mr Peter Wright the vice-chair. The following toasts were proposed : — ' Tbe 'Queen ' and ' The Governor.' 'The Ministry,' was proposed by Mr P. Wright, and re sponded to by the Hon. J. G. Duffy. 'The' Parliament- of Victoria,' pro posed by Mr Carkeek, and responded to by Hons. Butters, Sergeant and Brown, M.'sL.C.; Hon D. Gillies and Messrs Hunt arid Craven, M.'sL.A.; also Mr Wilkinson, M.L.A., for Albury^ . - ; . , ': The , Contractor's V pro ppsed by .Mr J. Fpqley, and, responded to Messrs TV and R. Tbox'ntqn ; ' The* ,.,^jsitg£s,'| , . proposed i , by , Mr Jas.' Sutherland .and ! responded to: bv' Me^sr^j Griffiths; (Albuiy), . and Fer-t gus9Pr/,(^Qdo9g^- ;n n' i'he . Pres...

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TALLANGATTA SPECIAL HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

TALLANGATTA SPECIAL -HORSE j v.. ' ?? J. W. 'Thwaites ahd JCo. report having held their second special horse sale on Tuesday and Wedirt^iay! 2lifian0. 22nd of July, Wh'e'n owing f6 ufe VebVnt noods, only about 209 head of horses were yarded to a good attendance of buyers. Biddings, were 1 brisk' '(it' commencement bf sale, bat I slackened off considerably inwards the en3. They report:— Indiana, from LI 6 15s to-l L28 1 Is ; light «addle hncks, fjrpm L9 15s to, , £-12 . lQs ; i Draughts, ...to, Ii23 i inferifw1; sorfs, from Ll lOs jtq. L6 15s; carriage pair*, op to L60 i08. At the above prices, they sold drafts ^orM^ssra Jar vis (Cud gem), Jarvis (To won ^). Stubahs^ D. Slitlwriiidd,' Neil JPK*y;'P. QdiHc, Kirk, T. Jordan, Tboihson Bros, W. P. Drummond, Backhaus, Fry, P. Drummond, KjAll. C. PeacqA, Smith, Minogue, M'N^mon, ClouglraT Hodder, Falto-, Hylf. ^ 1 TAL&MTf¥il|l I J. W. T^iitei aifflboL rep® held their^usuai ^mo^thly^ale^^t Tafianl gatta on t^^5|h|julfe;wien tlifyjjr...

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Railway Officials' Gathering. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

Railway . Oflieials'' Gathering. A very pleasant re-union was held I at Mis Leonard's Clarence Hotel, j Yackandandah, on Thursday evening, | 23rd inst, of Railway Officials and i Contractor's Staff. Mr A. Bleen (Mr j Pallett's accountant) presided, with. Mr W. R. Smith (Assistant Govern-,, ment Engineer) in the vice-chair. When the dinner equipage was re-, moved, the chairman, after the usual loyal toasts, proposed, ' Tbe line we have constructed and the district's prosperity ' ; then ' Mr Geo. Pallett,^ contractor,'; ' The Engineer of Con struction, Mr White, C.E.' ; ' The Government Engineers and othe£. officials,' responded to by Messrs Whiteford and W. R. Smith (Assis tant Engineers), and Mr Grieves (In spector of Permanent Way.) ' The Contractor's Engineer (H.E. Worsley,' A.M.I.C.E.) and staff,' was also pro posed, and responded to by Mr Geo! Smith (contractor's manager) and Mr J. Dillon (guard). Harmony then followed, Mr R. Hedley (Mitta Mitta) giving in good style, ' The bold...

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FRUIT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

FRUIT .MARKET. Messrs M'Clure, Valaiitine aud ,Cp. hare held th^ir usual k salts by jnicjtion,- andiTg port : — *' Large consignments of apples in consequence of better prices obtained last week, which must be 'very acceptable to growers after the low prices all the season. We have some splendid samples of the late varieties, and obtained the highest prices we have obtained . by: auction. We sold on account of Mr A. Briebner, New stead, Rome Beauty, lis 9d, 9s 3d. ,8s 3d ; Nickajack, 10s, 8s Sd ; Munro's Favour ite» Xs 9d ; London Pippin, 7s 3d. : From Mr A. W. Fletcher, Beechworth — Stencil, 8s, 7s 6d ; Stunners, 7s, 5s 3d; Rome Beauty,; 7s; Munro's Favourite, 6s 3d Pearson's Plate, 6s 3d; Majetin, 5s 3d. From Mr Thos. Somerville, Strathfield saye— Esopus, 9s 6d ; Hall, 9s 6d ; Rome Beauty, 7s; Scarlet Nonparie1,fis9d. From Mj Amos Booth, Newstead — Nickajack, 8s 6d; Rome Beauty, 7s 3d ; Rhymer, 6s; Reinette, 6s ; Northern Spy, 5s 6d. From other growers— Stencil, 7s 6d to 4s; Sfcur...

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Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with opinions expressed by correspondents.] THE KIEWA ELECTION. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with opinions expressed by correspondents.] THE KIEWA ELECTION. (to the editor.) Sir, — The canvassers of the retiring member for the Kiewa Riding are evidently on the warpath. I am informed that- two well-known resi dentsof Kergunyah have just visited the U pper Kiewa. As it I happened the opposing candidate had ] been up before them and, it appears, j quite exhausted the ' works to be j promised.' Nothing daunted at 1 finding some scheme for enlisting the sympathies of the Tawonga settlers they struck a happy thought — The Rabbits. That question is enough to j bring any of the Tawonga settlers to ] bearings at present, so tbe burning question was made 'The Rabbits.' Not a rabbit is to be seen in th« dis trict within a few weeks if the rate- i will only return Cr McDonald, so J vouched the canvassers. The modus operandi is for the inspectors to send in a petition to the Shire, Cr Mac. will present it. That petition is to embody a great ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

Auctions. T. A. Knaggs. A ^ T. A. KhiiSIJ AUCTIONEER, MYRTlSll(&j^ % HAS Several Valuable Properties for Private Sale in various ]j&tts of the Kiewa and Ovens River Districts. REGULAR SAtSsTor Livfe 'ST&ck- held in MYRTLEFORD EVERY ALTERNATE TUESDAY. J. W? Thwaites & Co. . JW. THWA4TES~&-X). willhold . SALES , of. Ljyp STOCK as tinder -i V' J iC . ?CORRYON G, monthly market, ' Saturday, J August 22nd.: f t . ESKDALE, j monthly: market, Monday, August, 17th, 1891. TALLANGATTA MARKET— Saturday, 29th August. YACKANDANDAH Market—Early in September. Persons haying Stock lor any of these Sales are requested^ jto I send fiill parti culars as early as possible to J. W. THWAITES & CO., Tallangatta. ' Glienery Bros. Tallangatta Monthly Market. MONDAY 3rd AUGUST. CHENERY BROS, will hold their next : Tallangatta Market, on MONDAY, 3rd AUGUST. Early entries solicited. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. Grand Property Sale at Tallangatta. CHENERY BROS, have been f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

WATERLOO HOTEL, (OFPOslTE THK POST OFFICE.) pIGH STREET, YACKANDANDAH. Ml) established commercial '°U HOUSE. Frank Entra - Proprietor. BTT^ to return thanks to the Public auwraca uiMu- i„ Jak and hopes by strict attention to ^'ir requirements to receive a fair measure ci support- ? * fveby accommodation for VISITORS AND FAMILIES. A first-class Cuisixk Guaranteed. pnlv the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits kept. fu-st-class Sample Room Bath. &c. Superior Alcock's Billiard Table. Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. POKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND LOWE'S COACHES. STAR IHIOTIEXj YACKANDANDAH. P, McDermott - Proprietor, DESIRES to intimate to his numerous friends of Yackandandah aud public generally, that lie has taken the above well fnowu Losttliv. and trusts by strict atten tion to the requirements of his patrons to receive a fair share of support. Firet-class Accommodation for Travellers. Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits only kept. Albion Hotel BEECHWORTH. jus. MOYEl_Pro...

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