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Prophylaxis of Diphtheria. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 August 1891

Prophylaxis of Diphtheria. A resume of this subject is furnished by Prof. Loffler, of Greifswalde. The cause of diphtheria is a bacillus, which, contained in the exudation on tbe affected mucous mem branes, is liable to bie disseminated in the vicinity of tbe patient, together with particles of the false membrane. The in fectivity of the patient may even persist for some days after all traces diphtheritic exuda tion have disappeared. The strictest isolation of cases is necessary ; children who have Buffered from tbe disease should be kept from school for at least four weeks. The bacilli have been found to retain their : vitality in dry membranes for from four to five months. It is therefore essential that all clothing, bed linen, and utensils likely to have been contaminated should be disin fected, either by boiling or exposure ? to steam. The room occupied by the patient should be disinfected by washing the floois with warm sublimate solution (1 in 1,000), and cleansing tbe walls a...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
By the Beard of the Prophet. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 August 1891

By the Beard of the Proplefc At fii'st thought it ssema eomewh^ab.ur^ that Mahomet's beard should h Jd high conor by bis foUowers that they^o^^ swesE by ft. First thoughts, iiraikt not sure guidee. Take * second If a man in years, look back an _ ^ the time when your anxious hand p solitudes of chin, cheeK, anu signs of hair. If a smooth-faeed young man confess to yourself your secret &careful your hairless state, acknowledge ating coaxing with oil, the P^ent with razor. If a young maiden, be cana for once and- say if there , is n-^ jjD„ ecstasv born of hair on yOu' male growD, of course, on some other and m UPTherePis something in the beard, then, ! which appeals to us all. It is, m » ^ i cepted as a sign of manhood. Wro B - » it is no such sign. Some women have beards. We pity such women, or pay a sbill g therein a museum, while at the same s ti . , we admire a peachy down on beauty * Peach down is only another way of .aysng incipient whiskers. . 1,-1, An old but a very goo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mosque of Omar. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 August 1891

Mosque of Omar. The Mosqueof Omar is beautiful ; its walls are adorned with marbles of delicate colors, and the dome is roofed with tiles of a bril liant blue, and some green and yellow. The effect from the Mount of Olives is of a tur quoise dome roofing walls of pearl. It stands high ; white pavements and tall cypresses around ; steps lead down to other courts, once the Courts of the Gentiles, the Court of the Great Brazen Laver, etc., and olives, and grass of emerald green, and abundant wild flowers, cover the nakedness where Solomon's offerings had enriched the entrance ground between thegoldengateand the eastern walli of the temple itself. Inside the mosque is exquisite. A circle of marble pillars inclose the veritable rough rock top of Mount Moriah. and support tbe inner part of the dome, which Is rich in mosaic worthy to be compared with that in Santa Maria Maggiore in Rome. Portals and par titions, inlaid with tortoise shell, mother of pearl, and ivory, divide the little side...

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Nature. Man Versus Brute. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 August 1891

Nature jjilati Versus Brute, We were dining at 8 o'clock on the ere ? of .. i,unt when an Arab came m hot ha.-e « that a p©cther bad that very day t sunset carried off a goat doss by under the Soi oPtosbepberi, &Dd that tbe .mmjJ Sheen seen to disappear in a ravine. I did b ? ion to finish my dinner, but although ®ot dark and unfavorable, at once tae _ T! Arab who unaer Prer/ me the way took a short cut through the brushwood. My hunting knife She wav and in order to rid myself Tft I adjusted' it nearer my waist, having the slip holding it behind me. I t^13 the sup nw h u be seen j thereby C'r-LTm^ Hfe On arriving at the Arab douar Eft?- - z «: Boot about four hundreds yards off, on the eKe of a broad and deep gorge, saying, The *i « in the fforee, wait here and you II tose^TbVebose .litt,ogro«p ! of bushes exactly suited to my purpose, and I nlaced mvself, having the ravine at my back The* Arabs then placed a goat about Sykrd. off.nd left me. wishing me good luck. A few minu...

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Bowel Difficulty in Children. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 August 1891

Bowel Difficulty in Children. ? The following of a few simple suggestions will avoid nearly, if not all, bowel difficulties in children, not only in summer, but at all other times of the year. First, male sure of pure of water, and if you are at all doubtful about the purity of your supply, boil it well before using. Boil the milk thoroughly and have all food properly sterilised by cooking. Avoid the use of green fruit. Bipe, fresh fruit may be eaten freely at meal time, but at no other, let there are thousands of people who never think of eating fruit ex cept between meals. But this imposes extra burdens opon tbe stomach and makes many aispeptics. The stomach gets tired out by being continually worked and by and-bye declares a ' strike ' in the shape of a sick beadache. The constant use of any muscle will induce excessive fatigue. Try moving the band gently but constantly for 24 consecutive hours aud you will gaiu a clearer meaning of what a task you impose upon your stomach by kee...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Household. The Staff of Life. A Good Staff to Lean Upon in an Emergency—How to Cook for Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 August 1891

1 lie SoiiselioW. TiiejSfcaS of Life- A Good Staff to Lean Upon in an Emer gency— How to Cook for Company. ? — It Was a mild morning in April, the vision of outdoor loveliness greeting my longing eyes through every window, but I bad a busy day before me and could only sigh for the pleasure denied. Baby was very fretful, tbe ' next to the baby ' sick with cold, and the next in order in an upward scale of -gradation in a very selfish, domineering mood, so that with all these cares added to the housework I was trying to wade through ] I felt like'tbree rainy days, and doubt not I i looKea it, too. Gathering baby into my arms for bis morning nap, I sat by the window as I hummed a tune ; gazing through the elm tree where tender leaves begin to bear that exquisite young green, beyond into tbe blue sky, and nearly forgetting care in that re freshing azure depth. My attention was arrested by a sound from the street, and be hold ! a well-known vehicle from the country containing two — four —...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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His Father Got the Wrong End. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 August 1891

His Father (Jot the Wrong End. ? There was. a big buzi-saw boxed np and ready to go on shipboard at one of the South street wharves the other day, when a colored mah was noticed walking around it and eye ing it with the greatest interest. 'It isn't running,' finally remarked a shipping clerk. 'I kir see dat mnch,' was the ready reply. ' Then what are you afraid off f' : 11 1 isn't 'fraid of huffin*. Ise simply sorter anxious.'. ' Ever see one of tboBe things before ?' 'Oan't sayj« I hev.' ; ** Then what are you anxious about ?' per sisted the man. ; ' See yere, bo6s,'said the other, as he re treated a step or two. ' I lost, my ladder when I was only a babv.' 'Well.' K . ' I lost him kase he walked np lo de wrong end of a b'ar.andl doan* reckon to git cotched in de same way, When l sea anything wid teeth to It ; I either shy off or dodge behind, -u ' Will someone tell ue of some treat ment for a canary, that does; not sing 1 1 wish *«ur patent prepfcratione.'?— ;(Gorres^ ondent. Trea...

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FRESH AIR AND BATHING [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 August 1891

FBESH AIR AND BATHING* j Fresh air in sleeping rooms is a need, as it trebles rest ; friction to speed the blood through tbe viens next the skin only half working as they should ; cleanliness of the most scruplous sort, as all the secretions alter witb age and turn acid or viscid, de composing quickly and giving rankness to the skin and clothes. Tbe hot bath, followed by a cool sponge, if agreeable, is tbe bath for women past youth, and the afternoon rest is much more reviving if a towel wet in salt and water is laid over the chest and abdomen covered by a dry one.

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Our Grandparents. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 August 1891

Our Grandparen ts. ^ BT HARYOT HOLT. Some poet has left behind him the thought that ' women would be angels if 'twere not tor growing old.' and doubtless for this in stinctive reason women's birthdays are not iuch harbifigers as they might be. In short, they are not worth noticing, but thev roll around annually just the same whether or not-, and before we know it we are grand mothers. Three score and ten roll around, and then we live on borrowed time and birthdays are forgotten. Aye, we soon be come the ancestors of rapid posterity. But what childhood is perfect without ex istence and association of grandparents. Among the choicest memories of youth which every human being cherishes with a fond ness that only increases as tbe years pass on, is the revered form of grandmother. How noiselessly the slippered feet move about the house, how soft the cadence of t- e quivering voice, how gentle her remonstrance, bow un obtrusive her questioning, how anxiously does she look for the truant s...

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Children. The Swallows. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 August 1891

Children. The Swallows, At tbe corner of our farmhouse There's a gable, old and worn, Where the swallows' ceaseless twitter Can be heard in early morn. Every springtime, bright and early, They begin to line their nest ; And each labors with tbe ardor Of a creature Heaven-blest. Many trips tbey make to door-yard, Pluckingstringand straw and feather ; Storing all in cozy bird-home, Weaving all so close together. Now tbey twitter, loud and louder ; What's the cause of this new zeal J Labor's done— the contract finished, A holiday ibe work must seal. Neighbor swallows came in numbers That tbe roof and eaves make black ; Give the new home a house-warming. Then ' twitter, twitter,' all go back. Soon the brooding work com»ences ; Lady Swallow 6tays at home, While her mate, with tireless flutter, Through the air for food does roam. Days pass bj ; one task is finished, But a greater has begun ; Now there are five empty stomachs Where before there was but one, Little mother now must labor To ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Yackandandah Railway [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 August 1891

Ttutfeandandtih Railway — 1 ? :o: ? ? The following time table in con nection with the above has been 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.M. r.M. P.M. Melbourne ... — 6.20 — 4.55 Waugaiatia ... — 12.15 ' 4:35 9.16 Everton- ... 7.25 1.6 5.10 10.9 „ , ,, ar. S-5 1.55 5.50 j a,10.5S Beechworth, ^ S 20 j d.U.13 Woorase'! ... S.43 — — 11.36 Yackandadab, air- 9.0 — — 11.53 UP. A.M. A.M. P.M. Yackandandah ... 4.35 11.20 — Woortyee ... 4.52 11.37 — -p„ i ar. ... 5.15 12.0 — Beechworth dep_ g 3J 12 15 2 S7 Evert n ? 6.5 12.50 3.12 Wangaiatta j1'' '' ^.'q* ''r *i io = dep. ... i -2 — ar.*4.12 MelbDurne. r:r. ... 11. '6 — 9.43 * Express. FARES -DOWN. Single Ketmn 1st. 2ud- 1st. 2nd. Melbourne to WangHintta 24s 3d 16s 3;1 — 36s 6d 24s 6'1 Beech ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 August 1891

Patronise Local Industry. Thos. Haig, The Only Practical Exponent of Tailoring in the town, 1ST returning thanks to his numerous cus- I tomers in Yackandandah and Surround ing District for the Liberal Patronage in the past, hopes, by strict attention to their requirements, for a continuance of such. GENT'S CLOTHES MADE-UP. - FIT GUARANTEED. Prices and Rates which i Defy Competition, j TO STAND THIS SEASON AT i TAWONGA, UPPER KIEWA. ] i The Thoroughbred Horse, ; GAME ; [late jack daw.] * Game (late Jack Daw) bv Julian Avenal j from Margery Daw. Julian Avenal is by j Ace of CI iibs, from Mary Avenal, by Lord r Fauconbersr, from Tib Tacket ; his dam, s Margery Daw. is by Echo, from Levity, ?» by Kingston, and may further add that his r grandsire, Ace of Clubs, is the sire of King t of tlie Ring, Argus Scandal, and several t first-class horses. His grand-dam Levity, 5 is the dam of Don -Juan. ^ Game (late Jack Daw) is a very hand- ^ some brown horse, standing 15 hands 3 inches, on sound...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 August 1891

_S=5===5—=— — — — =5= ——-—5^———--— -== ' BEST VALUE FOR MOMEY ALL THE YEAR ROUND, . it x nsr a n , MERCHANT TAILOR. CLOTHIER AND GENERAL OUTFITTER, lEOIR/TD STREET, BEEOHWOBTH Evert description of gentlemen's clothing made TO ORDER. Tweed Suits, to Order, from £3 The Largest Stock of Men's and Boys' Ready-made Clothing in the Ovens District. Macintoshes (our own Special make). Hats, Shirts, Umbrellas, Portmanteaux, Tweeds, Shirt ings, Blankets, Rugs, Gladstone Bags, &c-, &e- BOYS' SUITS CUT OUT FREE OF CHARGE. Good Quality. Moderate Prices. GROCERS, IRONMONGERS, WINE, SPIRIT, PRODUCE and GENERAL MERCHANTS, G HI 'W' O 'F?. T 'FT ? ? :0: ? ' fT,HE Proprietor (A.. P. Graham) begs to thank tlie Residents of Yackandandah 'and District for their very liberal Patronage daring the past Eighteen Months, and takes this opportunity of assuring them that it will always be his endeavor to merit their support in the future by strict attention to business and a careful study of Cus...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 August 1891

- ' -f T f * General News. An enormous number of pilgrims at tended the openihg eeremony at Treves Cathedral on the occasion of the presen tation of tbe 'Holy Coat.' English Catholics are very sceptical concerning the authenticity oi (he alleged relic. t A bijl legalising ' consultation sweeps,' and Sir George Grey's Law Praetitioners Bill, have been passed through .committee in New Zealand. Sir George Grey's bill opens up the legal profession to women. The contest lor Bogong at tbe next general election promises to be a keen one Already the following gentlemen have definitely announced themselves as candi dates The retiring member (Mr F. H. Tutbill), Messrs H- Crawford, of Beech worth ; A. A. Billson, of Beechworth : and T. Martin of Barnawartha. A terrible accident happened on Friday afternoon to a farmer at Yalca, named | Robert Brown. Whitst attempting to | stop bis team from bolting he seized only one rein, and turning round his head was caught between tbe dray and a tree, almo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Presbyterian Tea Meeting. (Continued from last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 August 1891

Presbyterian Tea Meeting . ? :0: ? (Continued from last issue.) The tea was catered for by Mr Haig in his usual excellent style, and the ladies vied with each other in their efforts to minister to the wants of the inner man. The ladies who presided, as far as we have been able to get their names, were Mesdames Haig, Ramsay, Hobbs and Street, and tbe Misses Haig (2), Dar ton, Cole, M'Cullough. E. Emery, and Alexander After the tea the hall was cleared aud at S o'clock the AFTEK MKETlXa was opened by Mr Swan, wit)1 prayer. Sirs Hobbs and Miss A Haig then played a pianoforte duet. The choir followed with a sacred chorus ' God is Love.' The chair man, Mr Swan, then rose and in a few choice words presented to the meeting their young clergyman, the Rev. J. H. Meek, and resigned the chair in his favour. Mr Meek there upon accepted the presidentship of the meeting and was very warmly re ceived. After a few suitable words he called upon Mr Hobbs, who re ponoed with an old favourite, ' The so...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 August 1891

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT Fat sheep. — The supply was a moderate one, only 21,000 having, beenyarded, 'which consisted chiefly of middling descriptions, with a small proportion of prime. Best lots of -merinoes were ' not so prime as last week's yarding. For those, suited to trade requirements prices ~ ruled 6d. per head higher, while second and in ferior descriptions were dull of sale at [ate rates. Very few crossbreds yarded.' Prime; crossbied : wethers from 17s to 19s ; prime crossbred ewes fi-om 14s to 15s ; prime merino wethfers from 14s to 16s good do; do frotofl2s 6dbo 13s 6d; middling, do do from 10s to Us ; prime merino ewes from 10s to 12s : ' r ? ? Fat Lambs. — 4500 were penned; best descriptions were in fair request at last week's rates, while other sorts were dull of sale, but no material aiteiTLtipn in values can be quoted. ,r|*mp j^old at Ss!6d tor ll)s ; etxtra to 10s'6d - 'good, fi*dm 6s 6d to 7s. 6d- others, from 4s 6d. , » .rV. ^ - — 'i . ' Fat Cattle. — 1,900 we...

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GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 August 1891

GAZETTE. Last week's Gazette contains the following notices Vacancy for head teacher at Reid's Creek, near Beech woi th. Applications for mining leases — R. W. Hallett ' Tea Tree Gold Mining Co.,' 12a 2r 9p ; J. Late and another, ' Mitt a Mitta Tin Mining Co. Kb. 1,' 57a 2rlp; C. Wil liams and another, 'junction Tin Mining Coy. No 1.' 57a 3r 33p ; R. B. Diokeson and another, 'Junction Tin Mining Coy., No. 2,' 52a lr 23p ; T._Lafontaine and another, *' Spring Creek Tin Mining Go. No. 2,' 53a lr 15p ; R. Dickenson, 'Scrubby Creek Tin Mining Oo.' 64a lr 2p ; E. H. Lafon taine, 66a 3r 7p. Transfers approved — Wm. Tetley to A. Collin, 4000 acres 'grazing block 690 ; Yack sndandali. The next sitting of the Beechworth Supreme Court is gazetted for Monday, 21st September. Tenders are invited for supplying fuel at Beechworth for Government department (firewood) at per tou.

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FRUIT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 August 1891

F.RUIT MARKET. ! Messrs M'Clure, Valantine and Co. ; report : — Larger supplies and some ; first-class varieties. We sold : — Stan- cel, 10s, 9s 9d, 8s 3d: Nickajack (extra),. 10s 6d, 10s, 9s, Ss 9d. Rome Beauty (very choice), lis per case, being the highest price obtained dyuv the- weekt Mai*riott's ~Noi 1; 6s«9d^ Allabank. 6s 3d : Stone Pippin, 7s 3d, 6s 6d, to ; :6s,- * 5s 6d, 4s 9d, 4s 3d; Dumelowe's Seedling, 5s 6d, 4s ; Stur mur, 7s 6d, 6s, 5s 3d ; Newton, 6s 6d ^ ; Five Crow#, ; 5s 6d; r 4s ' ' 3s STd £ i Dymer, 9s 2d, 9s, 6s 9d, 5s ; Majetin. |3sl 9tal^ ^3s 3d ; ?Ci*aike's, 7s 6d, 6s 9d; | Cleopatra, 8s 6d, 6s 9d, 5s- 9d, 5s 6d ; iShockley, 6s to 3s; Q.ueen, 2s 6d; I Scarlet Nonpariel. 5s -6d, ? 4s 6d, 4s ; iNorthernSpyj, 5s 6d ?; . Winter' s ,S ti'a w- jberry, 4s 6d, 3s 6& ; Annie Elizabeth, ;8s ; London Pippin, 7s ; New York,, {9s, 8s 3d, 5s 2d; Dunn's Seedling, 5s 9d ; M unco's 6s, Devonshire Red . Streak, 5s 3d,: 3s 2d : Reinette, 3s 9d ; | ^nixed, 6s,. ^s, 3s 3d...

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Beechworth Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 August 1891

Beechworth Local Land Board. A local land board was held at Beechworth on Saturday, before Messrs fetewart aud Dunn, when the following eases were dealt with — Rec. — Recommended. Ref. — Refused. Post. — Postpon ed. C.T. Newey, 320a. block F, Beechworth. ? Becommended. E. Sherritt, 320a, hi. F, Beechworth. — Ref. J. Cbatfield, 320a, bl. G. Beechworth — Ref. M. Sherritt, 320a, bl.G, Beechworth — Rec. T. Connors, 850a, bl. 13, Cambatong — Ref. A.Cullen, 1000a, bl. 17, Cambatong — Ref. W. Cullen, 900a, bl. 18, Cambatong — Ref. W.'Corrigan, 920a, bl. 19, Cambatong— Post. Eli Winotor, 900a, bL 19, Cambatong — Ref. J. F. Cullen, «50a, bl.20, Cambatong — Bef. T. Cuilen,950a, bL 21, Cambatong — Ref. H. Malone, 900a, block 65, Matong — Post. T. Maguire, 900a, bl. 66, Matong— Post. J.Connors, 640a, bL 1, Mirimbah— Ref. L. Marautelli, 450a, bl. 3, Mirimbah. — Rec. A. Hunt, lOUOa, bL 4, Mirimbah — Refused. E. C. Hunt, 690a, bl 5, ftlirimbah — Refused. A. H. Hunt, 1000a, bl. 6, Mirimbah — Ref. T...

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 August 1891

^ MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. ! Younghusband~ and Co. Limited report ;under date of August 25th':^— WooL— During . the past week np sales have been held, and nothing, of . interest has transpired . except . the receipt into the various warehouses of pertjain consignments . of the lately - shorn clip. There is no news of im- ? portance from London, and those in the titide are waiting with interests particulars of the next series of sales. Very great interest attaches to the next Colonial auctions, as it is be lieved that a very large increase will . be shown in the number of Bales offered, while the buying power will be exceptionally ' strong. Cable grams from Home announce the de parture of several purchasers new; tq this, marked, and everything points to a strong and active market. ; ; : Sheepskins. ^-Catalogues have been large, and steady competition has ensued, though token on the whole prices are hardly so good as have been enjoyed latterly. Hides. — -Stout and heavy are the the most...

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