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WESLEYAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

WESLEYAN CHURCH Rbv. Mr. Rortoson, of Melbourne- ; J Yackandandah, ~T1 a~m. aa-T7 p.m! Staghorn Flat, 3 p.m. Rev. W. H. Ferber. Stoney Creek, 11 a.m. ~ Buffalo River, 3 p.m, . . Myrtleford, 7 p.m. Yackandandah (Wednesday) at o'clock p.m.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Notices. SUNDAY, AUGUST 2. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. REV. T. J. WRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

Church Notices. SUNDAY, AUGUST 2. CHURCH of ENGLAND. Rev. T. J. Wright. Yackandandah, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Allan's Flat, 3 p.m.

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

FOOTBALL. A match between the Albury and Tallangatta clubs was played on j Saturday last on the ground of the former. J* Dolphin captained the ! visitors, and Lamport the Aiburv i team. The ball set going Albury ! carried it well up to the Tallangatta i end. After some give and take play in the centre the ball was sent well up to the visitors' end where some rough play took place, and Albury j was awarded a free kick, from which j first goal was kicked. Tbe ball was j again set going wiien T. Ballard ! took possession and sent it well up to the local end. The Albury backs relieved it, and Gr. Moore passed the ball on to W. Moore who tried a place kick which fell short-. After some scrimmaging the visitors registered first behind. Kicked off Albury soon had the visitors hard pressed. Lam port marked right up near the goal and registered 2nd goal. On resuming Tallangatta rallied,, and by sterling play on the part of Dave Dolphin Tomms and Ballard soon had the j Albuiyites on the defen...

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

j hP . ' ^asfc week's 'Gazette cont-iun^ ithe foliowt i»g notices:— I i ] Lc nceto divert water renewed — John Haig, Yackandnnriab, to cut t- r»«ce » cross and upon. , certain Orowu - l.amis nud divert water from the TTonse Creek. Contracts for the Conveyance of Inland Ma'ls. — -To and from Biechwoith and Hillsborough, via 'Stanley and Hurdle Flat, six days a week ; John Dodds, £50 per annum. To aud from Yackandandah an^ Huon's Lane, via Osborne's Flat, Allan's Flat, and Kiewa, six days a *reek ; Geo. Stephens,. £128 10s per annum. * { To and from Barnawartha, and Barna wartha Na'th, via, Burrabunni', three days a wt ek ; H. H. de Mamit-1,, £52 per annum. To and from Barnawartha and Woora gee North, via Barnawartha South, three days a week ; H. H. de Mamiel, £45 per annum. To and from Bright and HarrietviHe, via Freeburgh, six days a week. 2- To and from Beechworth and Pelmereton Railway station, via Baarmutha, Murmungee, and Oapstead, six days a week. 3. To and from Beechworth and ...

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

TO STAND THIS SEASON AT T A WONG A, UPPER KIEWA. *4i The Thoroughbred Horse, GAME [late jack daw.] Game (late Jack Daw) by Julian Avenal from Margery Daw. Julian Avenal is by Ace of Clubs, from Mary Avenal, by Lord Faucon berg, from Tib Tacket ; his dam, Margery Daw, is by Echo, from Levity, by Kingston, and may further add that bis grandsire, Ace of Clubs, is tbe sire of King of the Ring, Argus Scandal, and several first-class horses. His granil-dam Levity, is the dam of Don Juan. Game (late Jack Daw) is a very hand, some brown horse, standing 15 hands 3 inches, on sound, firm legs and capita] teet ; any amount of quality. He was bred by Mr A. Town, of Sydney, and is the winner of several races, betting David, Kingship, ; winning Kiambra Handicap, All _ Aged Stake-, and Portarlington Handicap. Terms : £2. Good grass paddocks provided, without responsibility. W ALTER HIGGINSON, Proprietor. ' [REQUISITION.] To Mr Bobert Walker, Kergunyah. SIR' 'We, tbe undersigned, ratepayers of the ...

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

GRAIN MARKET. Messrs Dalgety and Co. Limited report- — We offered ;a/ catalogue of 5000 Ijags of various description of cereals to j a / full' attendance iof jthe trade &t our5 weekly sale on Wednes day. Competition was not animated, and a poition of the offerings had consequently to be withdrawn. Wheat — Fair milling parcels realised up to 4s 6d ; inferior and faulty, we quote, up to 4s to 4s 2d; screenings 2s 2M. We did not. offer any prime milling but disposed of a line of this descrip tion privately at 4s lid. Oats were 1 very dull of sale. I

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

Rifle Shooting . The first shooting for the presi dent's prize was completed on Saturday last at the local butts, when .the captain ' got first ' leg in.' Harrison was a good runner up making a tie with handicap. He required only a hit on the last shot at 600yds to secure a win, but a miss put him out of it. Following are , ' the scores : — ?* § § § § 3 \ -N ec us O o H. Dunfitan 16 18 23 14 IS 2—91 HaarisSn- .. 11 13 17 19 12 19—91 Dicksojtt ... 17 18 22 18 11 0—86 HatteilleV 17 - -^6^7 16 10— 8° Writhto ... 15 16 17 16 9 6-79] J. Prie# llS 19 7-77 J. Molyt eux 15 lfi It 18 6 6 ? 72 J.T. 14 15. JI.Ss J2 6 6—71 H. Fei^trson 1; 17 ^ 6 17—69 Worselyii-'s... 15 7 17 9 0 19—67 McKay' f... 12 '^7 19 J 7 5 16-66 J. Fedtfencon 11K) 19 9 4 13—66 WeSielieve fbal'll^hi^en, M.L. A., is ab#t to BEM^LfeagOgiSId medal to the YackandOTidali Rifle Club for competition.

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

FOR SALE. IN LARGE* or Small Quantities, about T wo Tons Early Seed Potatoes. , .JESSE GLASS, Staghorn Flat. FOR SALE, — Several Cases, in good order. Apply — - ' ' MRS STILES, Y ackandandah. For Sale Cheap. A12-H. p. Semi Portable (Link Motion) Winding Engine, with Drams, Pulleys, Ropes and Buckets, 'and all requisites. ' For full parti culars apply WILBERFORCE BROS., Z - Stanley. NOTICE. Musical Evening & Sale OF . WORK In the Shire Hall, Yackan dandah. MONDAY, AUGUST 3rd, 1891 rpo welcome His Lord ship the JL BISHOP OF MELBOURNE rnd MRS GOE to Yackandandah. The Sale of Work is in con- J nectiqn ? . ;with tbgj jjSiaslf H Friendly ? Society. ^ , ASitai6si6n-|-Adul|s Is ; I -3k!ldwni I Doors open at 7.30. The Meeting will BiSsfeop fait jBJ o'clock. ALSO: Tuesday, August 4th, ... In ? Jtlje, Holy; Trinity TXJhurch.' Confirmation at 3 o'clo6U! ^ ^Spfecia^ E venfjigv Serxic& M' '7 ol-3ock. Ser mon^ prefwjhed (byi the Bishop of Mel bourne. : ' MRS. , PAGE, (Widow of the ...

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

[?] . h4%c^fent_s- ftir the last *p b&jL bjMIr Mnnro to the ative | Assembly an Tuesday sh n '8* that tlie actual revenue was 34!^ instead of L8$2|.34o as estimatJ^ MrOffiB^- -J-tiat sum added - L41 1,754 wlucli Mr Muuro Said the proper balance bi-rtuo-ht f0l, Was from 1889-90 (not L31S,268as ^ J bythe.mdit cpuimissioaets'i % tbtal of 9J8, 752,'o6 7. The expeS'4 I by the time all the accounts ^ t closed will, it is anticipated, be fmfl 3 to-have~beeti- L9/-5G,lH-0. so t^at ^ ^ deficiency 011 the year was LTS/ij? ? In framing 'his estimates for the' ^ ..-financial year Mr -Munro down the revenue at LS, 58 1,995 pl ^pjpoposes to issue Treasury bonds t * L750,000.! and 'estimates' t0 recp-®r _ recoups ? amounting to L487.831 r,.^ tis'tal of L9, 819, 826. The expendjj4 is estimated to be LS.982,39^ after wipin : out last year's deficieu! it was expected that there would ' a credit balance at the end of Tjje j, : months of L39.985. Economy vj been kept in view when comp;];^ ^ti m...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

Local an-d. General. Shi be Council. — The monthly meeting of the Yackandandah Shire Council will be held on Thursday next. Debating Club. — The Yackandandah Debating Club will celebrate their first anniversary ou Wednesday, August 5th, when a long night social will be held. Speeches,- songs, and recitations will be given, and the work of the past year reviewed ; and judging from the 'benefits the members admit having received, the Club has another prosperous year before it. Football. — A football match will be played at Osborne's Flat on Saturday next, between the Osborne's Flat ' Imperials', and the Wodonga ' Star-lights.' The Imperial team will be chosen from the following: — Meehan (capt.), Cain (2), Mongan, Corcoran, P. Oevaney, Carse, M. Devaney, Nohilly, Welsh (2), Hill (2), Skahill (2), Garvey, Bigelow, Lruall (2), Roche, Mahon, Hynes, Johnson, and Fabey. Dkntistry. — Mr Geo. R. Hall will visit Yackandandah on August 26th, and may be consulted at Mr Rome's, chemist. , Accoun...

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Commercial. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

Commercial. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT Fat Lambs. — Tbe market was . again heavily supplied, 4,500 having been penned consequently the demand was .dull, especi ally for young lambs, and prices in some instances ruled !s per head easier. Prime sold at from 9s 6'd to lis 6d, good 8s to Ss, prime young lambs from 8s, to 9s 6d, extra dd from lOs to lis, good do. from 7s to 8s, others froirt 5s. Fat Sheep.— Only 20,000 yarded. The bulk of the supply consisted of middling to good qualities, with a small proportion prime. The demand was brisk through out. and prices ruled firm at fully last ?week's improved rates. Prime crossbred -wethers, from: 17s to 19s. Prime cross bred ewes, from 14s to 15s. 'Prime merino ?wethera, from 14s 6d to 16s ; extra prime atnii neavy do -10 to 1 /s 00. uooa merino 1 wethers, from 13s to 14s ; middling do do, ; from 9b 6d to 1 Is 6d ; a few extra do do ^rom l'2s 6d to 13s 6d ; others from 7s 6d. Fat Cattle.— The market was 'heavily supplied, ,2,500 having bee...

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

Yoclca n da u rfah R* i iltvay. The following time table in con- { nection with the above has been i issued by the traffic manager: — ? Yackandandah will be opened for Light Goods not requiring crane power or shed accomodation. No package must exceed 5 cwt and con signees must take delivery immedi ately on arrival. All goods to be re ceived and despatched at owners' risk. DOWN. Express, A.M. A.SL p.m.- r.M. Melbourne ... — ('.'20 — 4.55 Wangaratta ... — 12.15 4.35 9:16 Everton ... 7.25 1.6 5.10 10.9 „ , ,, ar. S.o l.oa 5.50} a. 10.58 Beechworth. dep S20 jd.LI.13 Voorage^i ... S.4o — — 11.36 Y c an-:adah, air- 9.0 — — 11.53 UP. A.M. A.M. P.M. 'i ackandsndah ... 4.35 1 1 .'20 — Wooragee ... 4.5*2 11.37 — u t. «-v ar. ... 5.15 1*2.0 — Beechworth dep ;W J2 _ig 2 Evert n .. ... ti-5 12.50 3.12 « 4m, ar. ... 6.4S — sr. 3.55 Wam.-a a ta ^ _ 2* _ ar. *4.12 Melbourne, rrr. ... 11. '6 — 9.43 * Express. FARES-DOWN. Single Return 1st. 2nd. 1st. 2nd. j Melbourne to j Wangaratta 24s 3d 16s 3d — 3...

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WAYSIDE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 August 1891

WAYSFDE XOTES. | The back mad leading to the way station is much patronise coot passengei-s, but it is f»r pleasant walking along of a ,w: night. The numerous ruts and call for the greatest caution, and f then it is a difficult matter to ^ from, falling The expenditure few pounds to place it in better or-fj should be sanctioned by the ' at its next meeting : in fact a f ootpath should be made. The way Department has acconif--isf-^ ^ with a shortcut bv making aneice f pathway from the gate to the^vj' and the least the Council cau«i1'%. accommodate the public as w?, outside the gate. The posts ^ ^ ^ end of the footbridge should »'*' ^ removed. The top has been „ of one, and it is an admiral'6 j1^ being just high enough to topp^ unwary one head-foremost the 0 side. If repaired a coat of whit^ p 1 would be an improvem- ,nf;- « I The Sale of Work in con^; with the girls' Friendly feoeie } be held on Monday next is ^ ' I to be a great success. The J' ladies have been very busy t° ^ eral m...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 August 1891

*^^*^^Te(^tly?^anK)niiced thattte Czar had, issued a.n .order dicpcting ifchat there should be a ; retalation of ?the .sever© i treatment - to n which the Rdssian Jews have been' subjected. , The, chief bf thte police h,t Moscow j 'has, however, declared his intention ' to ' rout out' ieyery : Jewfrom ' the Moscow district within three months. William Beach, the ex-champion sculler, thinks thlat he will go to America- with Stanbfitry. 5 He is of Opinion . that' he cpuld 'tuateriallyr as sist ^tanbury by his advice aiid in other , {ways during his American tour. ; Good' gold discoveries have been made in the De Grey and Murchison districts (Western Australia). : One party got 4£)0ozs in a few days .including a nugget of L20oz.

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Yackandandah Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 August 1891

Yaclca iulaiu1 ah llailway. The following time table in con nection with the above has been issued hy the traffic manager : — Yackandandah will be opened for tight Goods ^ pot requiring crane power or shed accomodation. No package must exceed 5 cwt and con signees must take delivery immedi ately on arrival. All goods to be re' ceived and despatched at owners risk. * DOWN. ' Expr^ .... . ...... - ;A~M. - A.M. B.M, j , gAti* Melbourne ... — --.20 — 455 Wang.natta ... - ? — 1^15 -^.35, , - 9.H5 Everfon' '? ...' 725 1.6' '6.10 10.9 D , ? . . ar. S.5 J.!«5 - 5.50 ( a. 10.58 Beechworth. d^; ^ - ^ j «M1.13 Wooragec ... 8.48 — — H-36 Yi ckandaTlah, hit- 9.0 f — n , — 1153 . f. .'? . jY. 'i iiii ? I t ~r ' XrP i x-.-- A.M. A.M. P.M. Yackandandah ... 4.35 1 1 .20 — Wooragee ... 4.52 11.37 — tijja lljtff si? Evert n ? 6.5 12.50 3.12 W*n«a' atta ^ ' % ~ dep. ... 7.2 — ar. *4.12 Melbourne, rrr. ... 11. '6 — 9.43 'ujo 3osqgiilEi|fi». IIjsD oessic FARES— DO WN.^ ,} ; i- J at Si 11 1st. 2nd. 1st. '...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 August 1891

?'Dektistbt. — Mr B. G. M. i W4tlon, j o dentist, -jof Beechwrort^, fvill visit Yack- | «ndanb,on Tuesday, 18th instant, (instead* of 25th, | aa advertiBed), and may ,be con- ] l0ult^|at the l'Vftt€rioo Hotel. ' ' i;, ,' i .Looal ^E«rappjRKp.-^-Mr A, F. graham , (says the ' Register'') propiietorVof the. well known and . old establishid'buaihtess ; ? of Taylor ' and Co., gerieralmerchanta, ' ofBeech'wortbj ia keeping 'With the'tin^i. Since taking over the business I he?hM mademsnv additions to the^nemises. and; ' %a«--,l-efSV»o^^hl-5J Z iilSe, ft ts^tisractoiy to pdtb:Tthkt-?tlie-: * trade that nis^ouBe 'ls wlni0ngf j the extensive 7 alteration! and iMprove - meuts recently made.

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Clements Explains. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 August 1891

Clements Explains. Many people have expressed surprise that Clements Tonic has met with such ?wonderful and unprecedented success 'in such a short time. The explanation ^isi— it is genuine. I saw the thousands of woithless hop-swill American nostrums flooding the Australian market year by year, month by mouth, day by day, and knew tliat a great amount of- money left these shores anuually in return for these rubbishy articles, all of which made tbe cuntry so much the poorer. I also knew that the exigencies of life in this country and the climate necessitated the use of an artificial bloodmaker to restore the normal condition and vital forces which were so cervated by climatic and other influences. I also ,saw the thin, pale, delicate, and attenuated men and women of Australian cities, and studied the causes and ways and means of remedying the evil ; I saw that it w as impossible to bring the article required into popular favour except in the form of a patent meiicine. I know of the t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 August 1891

?P|' PUBLISHED ;-^EET|^rORPAY. ^SAajTftDAY, 8, 1891

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 August 1891

General Ketcs. The Gcakt LEMOn. — Mr R. Ariow smith.has just introduced -to Chiltern a few seeds of the giant lemon tree. He paocured them from the office of the ' Mildura Cultivator.' Fruit from these trees was exhibited at Fiji some time ago, and three of them weighed 151bs, the rind: of the' fruit being an in inch in thickness. ( The -tree is indigenous to Fiji, but conld easily be cultivated?in Victoria. _ - -? \ K -0 .. 'J 'I. LL.. ?? | The Board op Viticuiture. — The ' secretary of the Barnawari^a Otfme j and Fruit Grower's Association re- 1 cefitly applied to The Government \ S-fsatist and - the Shire doniibils^ for the purpose of ascertaining the areas nnder vines, -fcc.; for -the purpose of fixing upon the new-electorates for the election of members of t^ie- Board of Viticulture and ' he has 'received the following particulars ; — Chiltern Shire, 356 acres, 38 growers ; Wodonga Shire, 237 acres, 33i «&»»! Y-uma»jm Suisse'1 acres, 96*growjei'F. t- . . i... t .1 Z -1 ...

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KIEWA ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 August 1891

Kiewa Election.' Jtfr^Jj^donald, the retiring member of the Kiewa Riding gave an account of his stewardship at Kiewa: ou Monday evening j-but. as far as the address wehtwW fail to^ee that he had much of an account to give, and excepting the explanation of his' action in conn^ion^tlr-tte' Huon Lane road, no pm-pose wuld Ae served Cr Macdonald s ' 4spee6h -practically amounted- to — thatie-had- done nothing, but 'play second fiddle, '?Jexfcept; ^VQC&twgl the road ] exchange. In the face of the letter from his moist ardent supporter that | appeared in the Albury ' Banner' j last month, we expected to hear | great accounts, but throughout his address he did not mention _ .one single work that lie had been^the -J means of carrying out. In his Con cluding remarks he observed that the money soon went, and although he had made one or two proposals there was no money available. He said that nothing would give hiin greater pleasure than to point to this work and to that ^vork aii&...

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