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WAIF'S and STRAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 September 1890

^ WAIFS and STRAY & J I j It there's a hole in a* your coats, w '?T I rede ye tj&t it ; /*?-. A chiel's amang #c taldn* botes, And, faith ,ne *1 ptcat it. — BW8 1 believe that the residents of Bar widgee have been enlivened this week with a wedditig. Jratner Ua \inagh, who is rather inclined to be witty at times, informed his friends at Dederang that he was about to marry a 'chapel '. ' They stared in astonishment. He then explained that the bridegroom was to be a Mr Chappie. The bride. I believe^ was Miss M'Mahon, and the happy event was to have come off on Wednesday. ? ? ? ? ? - - So Yack. has got an organ, ' was the remark made to a friend of mine the other day. ? He began to cogitate as to'the lafcest purchaser of an Ameri can organ — but in vain. He had not heard the ' drumming of an oi^gan, . ? 31 ? /.u ? j ? ji_j« alJ Li ? L* ! auu ne leu ceriam xuao xue aaveni/ ox a new organ could not be mistaken. ' I mean you have a newspaper there' said the worthy gentlema...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 September 1890

k ' ? -? — - ' -41 ^ ^^^^C^red by Ghronic Sufferers should : not f®il t--: % j consult :.2'.T3:3'li8 -CI Ij.-jh ?jiirriHto'! *10 'i :- Mr H. E;aKufiEnpN, 'ikMsWLf i3fG/; 'Ja^lM&T ' Ikd w , ELECTRIC, '? : S'jii-.ifi'.'-iqqA J7:rs ?u-'i ?Of 172 and 174 Williau^.stbe3T, ! ; -w.-'jrr v: rn 'J Melbourne :--'i ?; - :I ; v:c:;-v-; ni.: M -/i ALL C0]f SlJLT A^lbsrS ' * FREE : ;r:f ^ 'i . ?— If preferred, a sighed agreement given; which ^ro^des J that: 11b cost is incui'bed in jthe j event of a chre not being effected. v'.-.-J t.-^, r.- -.-* !' A S Mr. H. Ei KUGiEL^IANk cannot l\ ?.v pQi&ibly vi»it person*tly ercry towii in Victor» 'anid *djsctnt colonies, and in order that all sufferers Irom any Chronic IhdiWHfe'Bi^se ^en- ifilSd- tb «hta1n thfe ktnetit of his uu doabted skill and ability . ;in fcjiring all |-ueauses by hut ne* and wonderful Herbal Magnetic i r^atihent withmit Drags or Pbnii^n^, lie has1 appointed his Associate and Representative, Mr JAM ESS' : SicLEAN, ferh...

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

On DU. ? ? ! ? A young man named Tootel died at Natimuk, in the Wimmera district, from a kick in the groin received whilst playing fooball on Saturday. Diphtheria prevalent at Koroit. The. son of W. Carkeek, Tallan gatta, a years of. age, put a tin of gunpowder in the fire; The fragments of the tin nearly severed one of his thumbs, and his face and eyes were badly burnt. A coach accident occurred near Lilydale on Saturday last, when a young lady named Miss Bartlett was killed. The shearers have struck near Warracknabeal, in the Wimmera dis trict, on Mr Lascelles station. The Southampton strike collapsed, and the men have resumed work. The foundry of Messrs Thompson and Co. is illuminated at night time by a new process, whereby kerosene is converted into gas, and a brilliant light, equal to 2,500 candle power, produced. The. invention has been patented in England, and Messrs Thompson and Co. are the first to adopt it in this colony. ' The insolvency schedule filed by Mr John Bellin, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

Special tfedica! Notice. \ 1 ? '? f ' ' 5 - \ 'Vi All Diseaa^ -^ Ijon^ Com- pletely'C5red'^)y Herbsi ISagiiatic Tteatment Chronic Sufferers should not fail to consnlt Mr H. E. Kugelmann, CONSULTING HERBALIST and * ELECTRIC, Of 172 and 174 William -staEstr, Melbourne. ALL CONSULTATIONS FREE. Notice. — If preferred,, a signed agreement given, which provides that no cost is incurred in the event of a cure not being effected. A S Ms. H. E. KUGELMANN cannot Jlx. pCKfflibly visit personally eveiy town . in Victoria aud adjacent colonies, and in order that all sufferers from any Chronic or supposed Incurable Disease may be en abled to obtain the benefit of his un doubted skill aud ability iu caring &!1 Diseases by his new and wonderful Herbal Magnetic treatment without Drugs or Poisons, he has appointed bis Associate and i Representative, Mr JAMBS McLfiAN. | who is a skilful and careful Diagnosist of | many years* experience, to visit regularly [ every month the following, amongst ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

? ? ' ? GAZETTE. — ' '' ! . ? — ;u ? ; j i Mr W. C. T. Ferguson has been j appointed Clerk of Courts, and War- j den's Clerk at Beechworth and j T' n/»V»nriq-nrig-- daring the absence | on leave of Mr W. Dickson. Application ^ or licences and leases j not granted — Under section 65. ! Matthew S. Rome, 12 acres, 'Tack- ] andandah. Under section 32, Ellen | GoonaruSOG acres, Dederang. Application for leases approved — John W. Phillips, 636 acres, Barwid- | gee ; Wm. S. Phillips. 998 acres, ! Tswan^a. J ' C Application for grants approved — John A. Wallace, I7a lr 20p, Bright. Transfers approved- — James Moran to J. O'^ullivan, 35 acres, Barwidgee. Application for licences approved ' — James Sutherland, 3 acres, Tan gambalanga ; John ; McCnllough, 40 acres, Yackandandah ; J amesMackay. 320 acres, Towong ; Frank C. Ref shauge, 20 acres, Stanley; Thomas Connors, 20 acres, Eldorado : Thos. Alle^vl9 Tatonga ; Maria Allen, 20 acres, Tatonga ; Robert McKibbin, 20 Acres, Bruarang ;i Alice . E...

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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

Church Notices. The following are the service arrange ments in connection with the different denominations for Sunday next: — CHURCH or ENGLAND. Rev. T.J. Wright. Yackandandah. II aan . - ; Wooragee 3 p.m Yackandandah 7 p.m

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THE GRAPE VINE. NO. III. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

[?] (Br D. At-GbICHTOX.) Ho. m. ;.. ; ground deeply, and/ more especially when the soil ife Ibe&yy -apdlretenbive. Though ernkfe *-!iAffyatoi^H|aTB met with a ~ lajge1 ^eaBure ^r§ni^^Pljy simply ploughing' the ground & few inches deep, yet crops are likely ta be tetter andiaore certamwlieii B» land is broken, up. to a good depth ; and the pl«nfa 'will lastmueh longer. In ordinary soils .the land sliould he broken np and well starred to a inini huhb depth of 18 ia .Biat if;-arcnm- stancee will permit, -2ft OT«visa 30in ?will be better. Deep stirring ia, howr ever, not so essential in light sandy soils, or in very shallow ground with an open gravelly subsoil. Ground which has been worked deeply will afford the best rootbed for the vines, and hold more moisture during our summer droughts than shallow soils. As a matter of 1 course the most perf efct method of pre paring ground for 'yines is by spade trenching. .But, as it is very costly, its adoption is usually confined...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

WESLEYAN CHURCH Y ackandandfchll 'aim' ^Lev-Tred inriick ! YackariBandah^ T^p.m., '*Rev. Trediiinick. | Stoney Creek,' 1 1 a.ui., Mr Smith. \ . Myrtleford T p.ml, Mr Smith ' ? Back Greek, 3 pim^ Re»' Tisediniiick. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

WANTED .j — A Strong- Use-Col Girl as Young General.' Must be.'ond of children. Apply to Mbs. H. DUNSTAN, Yackandandah. Notice. ALL Persons found Hunting, Shoot inir, or otherwise trespassing on my purchased or ^eased land will be Pro secuted, witlidut respect to persons. POISON LAID; JOHN' KEIsTDELL, Sen., Basin Creek, Yackandandah. September 17th, 1890. TENDERS. SEPARATE if Preferred, -will be received by tbe Undersigned up till October 15th, for LICENSED WATER RACE, heading from Kirby's Flat, and CLAIM,. Yackandandah. .: ? ' ; . r i ... | Full particulars may 'lie obtaiaedlroai 1 P. McDEKMOTT, Star H'^tel Yactand iin?.ali. BOXING DAY'S SPORTS, YACKANDANDAH. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held ai the Star Hotel, on MONDAY EVjSN ING, 6tb f October, 1890, &t 8 p.m. shnrp. to make prelioiinnry arravgeoients for the abovenamed sports. The general public requested to attend. Y aekaadandah Quarterly Market. Friday, October 17tli; 1890. j J. W: THWA1TES WILL hold their Yackandaudah Mar...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH REV. F. ELLIOTT [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. P. Elliott Yackandandah 11 a.m., aud 7 p.tu. j Indigo Creek, 3 p.m. i , PUBLISHED EVERY SATCRDAT. SATURDAY, SE1PTEMBER 27, 1890

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

General News . i At the conference of prospecting boards held in Melbourne on Tues day, resolutions were adopted sup porting the ? Beech worth board in its action in protesting against the Min- i ing Department being empowered to j set aside the recommendations of the j prospectiner boards. . I ' Mr Patrick O'Brien, M.P. for North Tipperary, has been arrested on a charge of intimidation. At the meeting of the Wodonga Shire Council on Tuesday, Cr O'Con nor called attention that a section of the Albury Council was . actively agitating for the erection of trucking yards at Albury, and were also en deavoring to obtain a Victorian gauge , siding to the Albury yard, with the object no doubt of making Albury tbe station for the transfer ring of stock intended for . the Mel bourne market instead of Wodonga. It was decided to request the mem ber for the district, Mr Tuthill, to make inquiries into the matter. . Mr Deakin was asked by Mr Lang ridge to suspend the prosecutions under the Compul...

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THE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

The Strike. Instead of a settlement being near at hand in connection with the strike, matters appear to us to be getting morp complicated, atnd every day- develops some I new/ feature,' making the task of conciliation more . difficult. Striking is one thing and settling another. The Trades Hall Council can do a great deal in the way of strikes. They can call npon an j union they choose to come ont, but that done their powers are limited. It is not so easy to Te-instate th^m. The present trouble started in a simple manner with the dock laborers. The masters did not ' knuckle down ' so quickly as was expected, so the latesipt^^ts balling tfcife shearere, and the threat is also made, if a con ference be nofc iagteed npon^of calling npon the butchers and bakers to do likewise. It appears to us that the strike committee are acting somewhat foolishly in extending their ramifi cations so far. They may have the satisfaction of knowing that com likely to bring about a settlement the sooner!'...

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Sandy Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

Sandy Crcelc. - ? .U, ? (From Our Own Correspondent.), The now historic resolution relative to the rescission of the motion re the Huon Lanenexcbange of roads at the last Council meeting, and which was lost by one vote, has not at all been _ti3fthej satisfaction Of = the: of the Kiewa riding' especially' to those residing at Sandy Creek. It was fully understood that the vexed question would be settled by the rate payers themselves — by theelectionof Cr Robertson or his opponent Mr Crosthwaite. The election was vir tually a plebiscite of the ratepayers, who expressed - themselves most, .de cidedly on the matter, and much sur prise is manifested, at the Council over-riding their pronounced expres sion of opinion. Mining matters are quiet. Briddon is crushing, over 100 tons, which pro mises well. Mih6gue and O'Neill are tunnelling to the Comet reef, and will cut the reef in a few weeks. Odell's reef maintains its reputation as a phenomenal lode. I learn that a. ton and three quarters i...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

Local and, General. Wallace, Tbsixkokial. — The ' Orens and Murray ' has received a telegram from Mr Telford J. P., who is in Melbourne, to the effect that the Governor is almost cer tain to perform the ceremony of opening the Wallace Memorial Ward on October 16th. Weooisg. — Appearances would seem to indicate that there is to be a wedding at the trap shortly. Yesterday we noticed two wedding cakes in the window of Mr Moore, baker, of Yackandandah, and the lettering on the top of one would appear to indicate that Mr T. Grealey is to be the bridegroom. Fatal Accidext. — Mr J. Taylor, au old resident of Yackandandah, has suffered a sad loss in the sudden death of his son Donald, 16 yearsof age. The lad bad been residing with a married sister at Orneo for about two years, and on Saturday last Mrs Taylor received a teleeraui to the effect that Donald had been killed that morning by a fall from a horse. These are the only particulars to hand as yet. Supplement. — We expected to have been...

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A mending the Mines Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

[?] ? ? ? in the Legislative - Council last; week, Mr Wynne moved the second reafcn^ of'^ bvll tdamend^ tlie Mines Adt 1^90^ Atfieiidmeiit :Bill^ He standi that 1.he i bill was ' intended t6; facili- ; tate mining unde1* towns and cities' and private property genei^lly. At ; present 'i inany - ; 'Companies i worting mines under private pi-operty had often to pay extortionate rales for the privilege of, doing . so. Quar'z mining.coul,4 be ^i^ied'.oiir ^certain depths without any danger to the ground collapsing and endangering buildings on the surtace.' The biU provided that mining might be carried on at depths of not less than 400ft. under private property, and he intended to move an - amendment in committee that the permission should, be .granted only for .quartz mining, and not for alluvial mining, as there might perhaps be danger of ground subsiding if alluvial 'minitig were pursued too near the' surface. A new clause would also be added pi-ovidiug for compensation to the owner of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

? ? : Dentistry. HALL MD SONS, DENTISTS, COLLIN'S PLACE, 54 Exhibition Street, Collins Street East. MB. Gko. HALL, of the above firm, visit Yackandandah once a month. Artificial teeth inserted in & superior manner at moderate charges. Dentistry in all its branches. Next visit— WEDNESDAY, ; 'Oct. 22. ; And may be consulted at Mr Rome's Dispensary, High St M. S; Chemist and Druggist, Yackandandah. BEGS to offer his Thanks to the Public for the support afforded him during the last 16 Years, and assures them that every care will be taken to insure same by supplying Drugs and, Chem icals of the very best quality. TEETH CAREFULLY EXTRACTED. ? ..b ? Dr. Mueller's Antidote for Snakebite* if 'S?'. MJ5.R. begs to call attention to his Pocket Case containing the Antidote, with Hypo dermic Syringe, and fall directions fornse. Price, £1 Is. SPECTACLES. A Large Assortment of Spectacles, Goggles Reading Glasses, Cases, etc.. bare jost arrived from London per R.M.S. 0RUVBA. NEW GARDEN SEEDS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

WATERLOO HOTEL, \ ? ' (OPPOSITE THK POST OFFICE.) HIGH STREET, YACK ANDANDAH . ( OLD ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL HOUSE. ? Frank Entra — Proprietor. BEGS to return thanks to the Public generally for support accorded him in of support. EVERY ACCOMMODATION FOR VISITORS AND FAMILIES. A First-class Cuisine Guaranteed. Only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits kept. First-class Sample Room Bath, &c. i Superior A1 cock's Billiard . Table. . Commodious Stables and. Loose Boxes. BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND LOWE'S COACHES. STAB HOTEL, J1 YACKANDANDAH. . ' P. McDermott - Proprietor, DESIRES to intimate to lis' nuinerous friends of Yackandaudah and -public generally, that he has taken the above well known hostelry, and trusts by strict atten tion to the requirements of his patrons to receive a fair share of support. First-class Accommodation for Travellers. Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits only kept. ? | ? ? ~ . YACK AND AND Atf COACH FACTORY. L. W. Meurant DESIRES to thank his n...

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ALBURY AND WODONGA SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

ALBURY AND W0D0NGA SALES. 1 i Messrs Chas. L. Griffith and Co. report ho'ding a special horse sale at their Albury yards on Tuesday and Wednesday, 16th, and 17th. September, wheu they yarded 200 use ful horses to a fair attendance of buyers. They sold strong draughts to £.25 ; ordinary hacks, L5 to LI0 ; Indi*n remounts, L15 to 125. The prices all tb rough, considering the quality of the stock, being fall values., 'Lhey sold draughts for Messrs R.' Perizel, J. C. Biglo#, A.' S.' Chauncy, Jdhn Hore, P Hore, A. W. Be*zley, J. J. Hore, V. Smith wick. J.- P. Smith, - Jno. JfDona'd' Jno. Bradley, A. B&illie, Mrs Gain, J*a. Murray, Mrs A. Hore, JEL W. Wilaou, A. Edghill, and athfeai -,H Xi. J v| At the Wodong* sale on the 19th Sept, Messrs Ryan and Hammond sold 1500 Th--igomindah bollocks at L4 15s, and €00 Rosebrook bollocks at L2 15s. Messrs Pear so-', RoWe and Smith «bld 835 Moroey Plains bullocks from L3 18s 6d to L4 7s. Messrs Trenchard and Co. sold 800 Bulgroo bul locks at L...

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Commercial. MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

[?] [?] v 3lie^Mj^bourne. Stock and Station &pun||l i^orts unde|-|3ate of Sept. 25th, 6lw[wrs|l- Fat CaCttet— Only 14750 were from Queens -^hd^j50 Am -100 frp'tn txipps l&nu, ' andv the raiikider ^irorn North - Eastern and North Western districts. The following are the quotations — Prime pens of bullocks from L9 Os to L10 Os Od extra ditto, troni LlO 10s to L12 ; odd beasts, - from Lil I to L12 10s ; .good pens ot bullocks, from L7 to L8 ; middling, L7 10s to L8 10s j interior from L5 - cows, from L7 0s to L8 0s Od ; odd beasts, to L9 2a 6d. Fat Calves— 280 yarded. Prigievea.1 sold readily at high rates, while lor Other sorts the demand was without animation, at about former quotations. Prime sold at troui jaosr to ?7*^g0-i&d«old at from; 4os to 55s, middling 25s to ,35s, inferior to' ? 25s. !'? ?! . ' : }? I Pat Sheep. — % heavier ' supply than anticipated came ^forward, 20,000 having been yarded. Good to prime heavy weight uierinp wethers were largely re pr...

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PEAK HILL (N.S.W.) RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

PEAK HILL (N.S-W.) RUSH. I A telegram from Peak Hill states that tbe shaft No. 1, west' of the Golden Hole bottomed on Tuesday last not on gold. They are now driving toward the eastern bonndary. Several snafts have bottomed along the east and west of the supposed gutter, which, is now expected to run north east and south-west. IJaree or tour shafts are expected to bottom in a day or so on the line. Seventy points of rain fell on Sunday night, which has retarded work!. About 200 shafts are going down, and during the week the course of the lead will be known. The sinking at 130ft is m ground of a clayey nature. Tbe prospectors have not washed any dirt yet, but have picked out about 12oz. from dirt as raised Miners are strongly advised J _ ? ? j ? ? i _ il' _ i*J ^ to wan j until some orner snaixs oowjm, as there are plenty of unemployed on the ground, and the sensational re ports are considered to have done harm. -About 3,-500 men are on. the field now, which is quite enough to man th...

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