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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 August 1891

__ fivr ? fi ^ur^'vnQ^Sorres'p^Sirat.) ^ n' Ahyut, t^o ^^qiojjthp ago ^«-pi^ittee t10^ . neglected children ana truants. I bat: period, pf uicnbation bavijig elapsed, j tire committee lids hatched' a ' s^-ies ] of resolutions and presented them' to ' the consideration . of the 'Minister, of :!Pnblic . Instruction. There ' .be : little doubt that if they sire Carried ' out in their integrity, a seriotis hlow will be dealt at the , news-vending industry, the circa latiori of the even ing papei-s /will be diminished, at least 50 per .cent., a large amount of . -extra work will be thrown upon our j oni* already overworked J.'s P., and many a humble home will be de- I prived of tbe nigbtly harvest of pence now gleaned by its.noctivigant olive branches. But there is one resolution the due carrying out of .which seems to present some trifling difficulties. It is recommended in oil pnepe /lr»€»linrr neglected or crimiral children, there shall sit with tlie court at least one J.P. having an ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 August 1891

Ijocal, L -ttiA Held Ovbr. — On account of quite rush of events our space is unusually taxegk - Th i s^s s e-i » cipp' T by the manicipil feleetionS .incr-WB' soire council meeting. . Eull^.reoortr; the anni ver^ry soipi^l of, the Debating ' cl ub^ and 'Other matter are utiavbi^e'llvheld over, ; ? Presbyterian Minister. —At ameetin? of the Presby teiy of ^ Beech wort h, he'd in 5th ^|a^anamew.ij«lj'^ened)wn tro^n the Yackandandal) TJharje to tne Rev. J. *.T6liii nH'»i5 '^h'l Oarton a^b'jed^-C^|qD|»i£-)serR;o£ the con^re gdtiooe - fOhe^feall I wns.^rdiaHy .Si»ita'ri^ and accepted, and arrangements made for ^pke plate Hall to celebnitC Mi'e Rev. Mr M«ek's ordination. Kiewa Election. — Cr Macdonald ^ ad- I dressed a meeting of ratepayers at Kiewa j on Monday^Arening. There was an attend ance of frojpftfteen to twenty, made up of rajjepayyrg.^oq -ratepayers,, andjrepo^ersv fl^fcfwwonkw spoke forabout tfaeeqpar fftgof an l§ir ^view^ng^is^fe^reer, c£g%su^ict.;: ?i.Mr'Wa&rfl b&...

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

-rpRiyATE,'NERVOUS~~^' 'SKIN' DISEASES^ Jec! 11 ^ : ,r Mail's body, when 'lis stricken. py disease, ^ So turely WilJ %he mind be til at ease.' DR. FRED HOMAN, . Licentiate Medical Boat^Of iVlpiorja, v Licentiate ; Faculty of Physicians and Sur geons, Olasgow. Diploma from' Dublin'. {Registered by Act of Parliament in 'Vic- toria, New South Wales, Tasmania, and Queensland),' . May be consulted at Ms Rooms 155 ELIZABETH STREET, (four Doore from Bijurke-streefc, MEtBOURNi?, on NERVOUS DEBILITY, SYPHILITIC, GENORRHCEA, SKIN & PRIVATE DISEASES. , Da FREDERICK HO MAN is a legally qualified Medical Pi a tifcioufer, aud has de voted a ;life-time, to the study of Private, Nervous, and Skin Diseases. The .great sue cess achieved by hiui speaks volumes ? in bis favour. It is a 6accesa which is totally un precedented. for by his unwearied researches into the subtle mysteries of the healing art, he has rescued thousands of his fellow- crea tures from beine hurried in the bloom of youth t...

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

Yackandandah Shire Council. The monthly meeting of tlie above was held at the Shire Hall on Thurs day. Present — Crs Richardson (chair man), Macdonald, Street, -Mongan, Martin, Burrows, Smith. After the minuter had been read, the secretary announced, as deputy 1 returning officer, the re-election of Crs Burrows (Barnawartha), Mongan (Yackandandah), and R. M. P. Michelsen (local auditor. 1 COKBESPONDENC E . j From Mines Dept. stating that the applications for Water Right licenses in the Stanley .Division had been jejfer^ed to ard^ri Ntt x ackandandah, with whom all objec tions should be lodged. From Knight Bros, nurserymen, Sandhurst, offering trees for sale for street planting. From Secretary Public Health De partment, . stating that it was neces sary for dairy farms, where butter and cheese are iiade, to be registered and periodically inspected. From Borough of Sebastopol, re free pass system — on the Victorian railways, urging the various muni cipalities to take united action in o...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 August 1891

; FOR SALE. | Fruit trees, ornamental TREES, SHRUBS, ROSES, HEDGE PLANTS, &c., &c. Descriptive Catalogues forwarded by post on applicatiou. ,- WILLIAM DICKSON & SONS, . '* ? Indigo Nurseries, Barnawar tha Agent ior Yackandandah — Mr. M. S. ROME. Mr. Perry, (Of Tuthiix, G eoghan 3c Perky), i Beechworth. . . WILL visit Yackandandah on the dates appointed by the Police Magistrate for his attendance atitlie Yackandandah Court. 'Next visit — MONDAY, Aug 10. Mr Perry 111:13- be consulted at the Waterloo Hotel. ? ? : ? ? ? — | Garden Seeds. M. Si ROME BEGS to call the attention of the ; public to his | STOCK OF SEEDS. j I All Ordinary Sorts in Stock. I All Seeds Tested. I — — ? ? i □pj-^zdstts j Cabbage, Cauliflower, . Lettuce, and Onion Plants of the Best Sorts. A succession of these willf be kept up for the season. j Potato and Tree ' Onion Seed A Limited Supply Only. TO STAND THIS SEASON AT TAWONGA, UPPER KIEWA. The Thoroughbred Horse, GAME [late jack daw.] .Game...

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

Auctions. j ? ? ? i T. A- Knaggs. T. A. AUCTIONEER, \~ MYRT1E F ojj|. j| HAS Several Valuable vBfoper£ies Private Sale in variotas parts of the Kiewa and Ovens River restricts. REGULAR SALES of LIVE STOCK held in MYRTLEFORD] EVERY; ALTERNATE TUESDAY. J. W, Tiiwaites & Co. a | JW. THWAITE& & CO. will hold j « SALES of LIVE 'STOeK as under : — T,r CORRYON 6, monthly market, Saturday, August 22nd. * ?' ? ? ? ? ? f £ ESKDALE, monthly market, MdriSJay, August, 17th, 1891; ??_ f TALLANGATTA MARKET— Saturday, 29th August. YACKANDANDAH Markets Early in September. Persons having Stock for any of these Sales are requested to send full parti- ; culars as early as possible! to. A J. W. THWAITES & CO., -f ' ' Tallangatta. Eskdale Monthly Market. MONDAY, 17th AUGUST, 1891. JW. THWAITES & CO.will hold -m their usual Monthly Sale in Mr, T. W. Wilson's Yards, at Eskdale, on /the above date, when they will yard 200 Head of Good Local Cattle. -All classes being ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 August 1891

'^ierloo hotel, (OPPOSITE TliK TOST OFFICE.) HIgh street, yackandandah. -t T) ESTABLISHED commercial HOUSE. frank Entra - Proprietor. VPS to return thanks to the Public . B generally i«r support accorded him in 1 aud hopes by strict attention to their^reauireineuts to receive a fair measure (iEOppWt ? ? F.VEBY accommodation for ' VISITORS AND FAMILIES. 1 ^ i'irst-class Cuisixe Guaranteed. fljjv the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and j Spirits kept. fy-sf. class Sample Room Bath, &c. Superior Alcock s Billiard Table. i Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND i LOWE'S COACHES. | STAR HOTEL YAUK ANDAN UAH. P. McDermott - Proprietor, DESIRES to intimate to liis numerous friends of Y ackandaudah aud public generally, that be has taken the above well known hostelry, aud trusts by strict atten tion to the requirements of bis patrons to jeceivea fair share of support. First-class Accommodation for Travellers. Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits only kept. Albi...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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WESLEYAN CHURCH REV. W. H. FERRER. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 August 1891

WESLEYAN CHURCH r'i W. Hi- .Fkrbjbb; - Yackandandah, -11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Staghorn Flat, .3 p.m. c JVIk Sjuth.- n .j Myrtleford, 7 p.m. : ' - -: Stoney Creek, 2; p.m., ,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 August 1891

Church Notices. The following are the service arrange ments in connection with the different, denominations for Sunday next : — SUNDAY, AUGUST 9. CHURCH of ENGLAND. 1 ,Ret. T. J. Wright. , ILergunyah, 11 a-m. Oundowriag, 3 p.m. . . . Kergunyah South, 7 p.m.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEECHWORTH v. YACKANDANDAH [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 August 1891

BEECHWORTH v. YACKANDANDAH The Yackandandah Juniors journeyed by rail to Beechworth on Saturday to; try conclusions against the Beechworth Juniors The Yackandandah boys could only mus ter thirteen plavers on the cround. whilst Beechworth hail the full compliment, viz., 20. The Yeck. boys at first declined to play unless the game was made even. After a deal of persuasion the Beechworth captain reduced the number to eighteen, Yack boys taking on two, making the total 15 to Beechworth's 18. I think visit ing teams should take the hint, and when challenging the clubs should state to play man for man. It is bad enough to playl%n uphill game without playing a handicap, aud I notice the Yackandandah club is rather unfortunate in that respect, as n^st of tjieir defeats arise from playing handi cap matches. However, I would advise the secretary when arranging matches to stipulate p||ying man for man, and do away with '|jbe idea that not less than twenty asid&phall play. They would th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. WODONGA v. OSBORNE'S FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 August 1891

FOOTBALL. WODONGA v. OSBORNE'S FLAT. The Wodonga 'Starlights ' visited Osborne's Flat, os Saturday, and played the Imperials. The game very one-sided, and resulted iu a win for the Imperials by five goals to one.

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Kiewa Riding Elections. MR. MACDONALD AT KIEWA. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 August 1891

r .. Hiding Election. hxeiva _ -tpni ? i | [?] thea^infeQiember s the Kiewa— Riding opened the Inaiirn by addressing » t meeting Prince of Wales Hotel, KieNva, Monday evening. There were , °? iTLLi oresent, and Mr Wal lei of Keigunyah, was voted to the ChTa introducing the candidate the ..i, airmail remarked that Mr ' Macdonald bi-ought exti-a work upon himself coming there that evening. ? wt.ead of him coming to see the ratepayers they should go after him, ? after bis having served three years in their interests. -Ir Macdonald said that one reason lic had chosen this way of seeing the electors was because his time had been taken up lately through his bavin'' to go to a distant part of the colonT Another reason was that if he liad anything to tell it would be said publicly and in a straiglitfor ? J ?vxirmPl'. He then could not be vrara -? — accused of telling one story to one man and '.mother story to another ! juan. One reason he should make a consistent representative was that he ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Kiewa Police Courts. (Before Messrs. J. Rowan. P.M. and H. street [?]P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 August 1891

Kiewa (BeOfe Messrs J. and H ? C5 Str JdBji Benzie v. fyilliam Lej Fevre, unlffiiul assault. jfflfTj&enzie deposed, that he ns going to Tallangatta on »l-e 2nd .fom^j^yhen be met Le Fevre who off his horse ; would not do so. Defenflfnt then t|truck him on the hand buliock iffaip. Was under Dr ThwmHjrealment atiil was off work for three weeks: 'Ti'Le'FfcVre : You were about 12 or 14 feetfronv mewli en you struck we. Did not telli* boy .inaHred li Crow»e. opthe 4th June that I .jatnmed my hand. Constable Baird, deposed, . that when he served the summons on Lp Fevre he ad mitted giving Benzie the bullock whip. James Conneris, deposed, that Le Fevre met him, and told him lie was summoned by Benzie, that he bad challenged him to fight, but Benzie would not get off his horse so he. gave him the whip. Defendant* was fined 40s with 2 guineas costs. ... Henry Brown v. John Woodside, in debted Ll Is 8d, work and labour done. Henry Browh, deposed, he waseraployed by Mr Woodside when he...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Singular Coincidence. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 August 1891

A Singular Coincidence. On Sunday Mr E. Lemin, of Staghorn, was astoqi.Mied to he -r of the death of his neighbour, Mr Short, in so terrible a manner, 'and on Monday be was more shocked ou receipt of a telegram from Wal halla stating that his brother had been killed. He immediately left for Walhalla. The particulars to hand can on'y be gleaned from telegrams in the Melbourne papers from 'Walhalla, where it appears there have been heavy floods An ' Age ' telegram states : — 'Two miners named Lemin and Mohr, who slept together in a small hut on the side of a hill, were carried away by a land slip, while in bed, and smothered. The bodies were- afterwards recovered. They had to he dug out of the debris, whiclPcovered thenu- to a depth of six feet. Mohr was to have sung at the concert which was to have been held that evening. The whole town seems paralysed by the awful disaster. The water is several feet above the highest flood ever experienced. No business is being conducted, and the sh...

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SAD DROWNING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 August 1891

I SAD DRQWjfiXtf CASE. Quite a tdoo.ni .was ,-cpBt,rpv£r Allan's Fls^Ori^unday iiiorning, and indeed over the whole district when the sad intelli gence 1 was,, circulated that an ^ld and respecfed ' resident nf Staghorh ^lat, Mr John Short bad been drowned in a water bole, the . previous ni^bt. It appears tnat Short had visited Mr Robinson's store in .the evening, and about 11 o'clock he started for home with another resident, Mr A. Duall. The recent rains had rendered the small jcreek below the State school impass sable, and as the night was very dark it was deemed unsafe to venture across, with bo many old surface workings on either aide. Mr Short suggested making a detour by the school, but his companion was for taking the lower path. Tbey eventually separated-,- Mr Short following the main road with the intention oi cutting across below the school. He turned in at the proper place, and safely passed one or two dangerous pits, where the old surface workings were in parts 20ft dee...

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Sale of Gifts. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 August 1891

Sale of Git** On Monday evening a was spent in the Shire Hall to 'Bishop and Mrs Goe to ^ Durinsr the evening several rau~ tions were given. Miss Molvn_ ^ o3 an overrure very mw,T\ ; 7vri and «e' Miss Nette sana. ' The Bbnd ^ 'Harp.' and Miss Beggs ren ^ Heart.' ' Mrs Dnnstan recited ^ Del Carpio.' A sale of work |» the Girls' Friendly Society ^ioe hg andah was sold throughout 8Sjist^ » The secretary (Mrs Dnnstan), * ? * by Mesdaraes Sealey and I gtad ? indefatigable in their efforts, ^ert m young girls, members of the ^fre*'', also hard at work at flower a n inent stalls. The bran pi®8 * veun£ H Michelsen, (who unfortim ^ 5. u b*3 I work ahewn was a credit t^ _ 'rticl«se- ffi girls, many ot wbnm made w js| I I and able «ddre»n»ir the objects ««* , ? the Girls* Friendly Societj ? ^ ; IK

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

Turf Gossip. (Rv Flag.) ' For the Kiewa Municipal Stakes t run on the 13th August, there are A' two entries — Chieftain and Warrior, ^ former scored a win in this eve'*J'^ : years ago. and as he is in the Roval ; and is being personallv looked after bj' ' * - ? r« 1 ? !.» Ua cfPiiE?'' ljufce ana Earl, wilt no aouui w =»? supported. Should he strip fit aoa will run a great race, hut it ^P0',' that the hard going at Huon : somewhat affected his understandw?*' . that his performance will not be so when he last appeared in public. competed in this event some and though beaten ran very Since then he has been enjoying a e°ve y ^ued spell, and, being in the same^ c. j ia s proviije^ tfce winner of list ti queror), his chance of getting 'f.- H fii-st is regarded by many as an fe one. c.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 August 1891

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. FOR SALE IN LARGE u: S .*11 Quantities, about Two Tons Early Seed Potatoes. JESSE GLASS, Staghorn Flat. TENDERS. TENDERS are invited by the Eldorado Gold and Tin Mining Co., No Lia bility, for a Period of TWELVE MONTHS to SDPPliY LATHS for Mining Purposes. To be Five Feet Long, Seven Inches Wide and One and a Half Inches Thick ; Straight and Sound Timber. Specifications ami all other information obtained on the Mine. The Lowest or any Tender n--t necessar ily accepted' Tenders - to be addressed ' Tenders for Laths,' to the Manager of the Mine until TDESUAY, 18th August, 1891. E. YISICK, _ ? ? Mining Manager. August 6th, 1891 Shire of Yackandandah. ANNUAL ELECTION OF COUNCILLOR Yackandandah Riding. I HEREBY give Notice that DANIEL MONGAN, of Osborne's Flat, being the Only Candidate Nominated to fill th...

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

Shire of Yackandandah. Notice to. Defaulting Rate payers. ATOTICE is hereby given that all Person^ who .have not paid their Arrears and Rates by the Ninth day of September Next, will be Prose cuted as the law directs, without further notice, after that date. Owners of Unregistered Dogs will be similarly treated. By order of the Council, J. MOLYNEUX, SHIRE SECRETARY. Shire Office, August fs*f 1891. [REQUISITION.] To Mr Bobert Walker, Kergunyah. Sm' We, the undersigned, ratepayers of the Kiewa Riding of the fchire of Yackandandah., respectfully request that you will allow yourself to be nominated for the seat to be vacated by Cr McDonald, next August, and in the event of your consenting, we pledge ourselves to endeavor to secure your return. We are, Sir, Tours Obediently, W. J. M. & Wm. H. STUCKEY, Bungoona. MICHAEL MINOGUE, Sandy Creek. And 16 other Signatures. To the Ratepayers of the Kiewa Riding of the Shire of Yackandandah, J^ADIES & GENTLEMEN,— In response to a n...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 15 August 1891

1 ????. |. General yews. Appoixtmekt. — Mr,,. Thps. H. Townsend. has been appointed head teacher of the Wooragee _ State School. At laborer named Thos. Htfnley was killed, on the Wyelreproof line on Mondav bv %, train. It is pnpbable that instruction in agriculture will be introduced into the curriculum of the State schools, 84 per cent, of teachers having ex pressed themselves in favor of it. A dairy factory company with 2000 shads' has been floated-«&-X«a. The winter has brought Jits dull times in MelbouiSb, and bnrglaries and garrotting &re vero,jpj|nrient. 'fwenty million ^^Ipnsof^^r were brewed in Victoria laat *vear3 A™ 'woman nameu- '.Si^owa^And her twfl^hildren were burnt tpjjelth in a hot^e at Hay on TrnMtoff^h OS Tuesday tn^^|^^^^P Legis latrW^Assembly was weL taken up by a diBCUssiongn^he ugujpivision of the mallee. Ag^flliglp.b.A., sought to restrain the spwulative tendency of large holders^pjtabdivid ing blocks and selling tag^*mera at large preminms.

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