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

' Board . t ,1 A Local Xitmd Board^as held Yackan dandah on Monday last, the presiding land officers being Messrs Stewart and Dunn, the Crown Lands Bailiff also being in atten dance. 1 _ ' ' f ? The first -case called was Mr James Burns' application (under the 65th section) for 20 acres, adjoining K. Burns' holding, 40th section, Wooragee North. The application was recommended, subject to formal appli cation re pegging out. Stephen W. Riddington, gardener, Yack andaudali, also applied for 20 acreB (under same section), being situate south-east of Mr Joe Mann's holding, Yackandandah, and about two and a half miles distance from the township. The applicant stated that it was his intention (if successful) to plant fruit trees and vines on the land. Mr Mark Farley objected to Mr Riddington being recommended tlie land, as he had pegged out 10 acres of it some 15 years ago, and had also made application for same, as well as having written to Melbourne several times regarding it, the last ...

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 — 29 August 1891

Local ami General. Accounts. — The following accounts are awaiting paymei^:-tt i&e r-lociA Sub-Treasury': — P, McG^enchy, E. Mitchell, Lack and Son, A. C. Welsh manvv^hd . ^ Til n I ; ;i 3 i Shire Council. — The next meet ing of the Yackandandah-Shire Coun cil; will be held on Thursday, when the election of Piesident for the en suing year will take place. . A number of tenders for works within the Shire j are also due at the meeting. Sale. — In another column will be found full particulars regarding the sale of the farm, stock, -fec., in the .estate of the late ; R; Q. Edwards (de ceased). The date is fixed foi Mon day next, on the farm, Indigo Creek, Messrs F.- T. Moor^,.pf Beechworth, being the auctioneers. | ys . 7 W Inks, &c. — The champion prize for wines at the Royal Agricultural Show held in Melbourne this week, was awarded to Mr Irvitlfc^of StaweB. Mr Jas. Scott; of r ^Bar^awartha, secured grand chaiiipioh prize for wheat ; Messrs Barker & Sons, of . ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The War in Chili. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 August 1891

The War in Chili. Seven thousand insurgents at tempted to ford the river Aconcagua, aided by machine guns and under cover of a constant fire from the fleet which is in their hands. President Balniaceda had 18.000 soldiers under his command. The serious fighting began on Friday, lasted all day, and was continued on Saturday. The battle was carried on over 15 miles of country. The heavy guns of the forts were damaged by the insurgents, and on Sunday jhe marines lauded their machine guns. The insurgents then renewed the attack on President Balmaceda's forces. Thousands of persons were watching the progress of the fight from the hills. It is believed the insurgents (the Con gressional party) are most likely to gain the day. Vessels belonging to foreign powers are landing agents to see that the foreigners in the country are protected. Later. Further news concerning the great battle between the forc&s of Presi dent Balmaceda and the Congres sional party, in the neighbourhood of Va...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COR[?]ONG STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 August 1891

OOB^ONG STOCK MARKET. pe^2n^s^henithgr y||ded 300^ beaa of Gattle fo &|goo3 atfenilance |^b&iera| ^ey^BhoMfedefl' in dispc&mg^f Sbout 220 head. They quote — Bullocks, 2 to 3 years, to £3 4s ; store cows to £3 3s ; cows and calves, from £2 9s to j£3 12s 6d:;l. heife^ yfi{om |£2-pl{lsT %-'£2 t9s 6d ; po'ddles, ¥t*6ni £1 to drafts for Messrs M. Cronin, Jas. Post E. ^E/and, 'NOWi5an''^rarvis, Geo. Jar.yis, - Jos» . Smith, Jno .. Cnawford. and others. ' Private sales — -Th con j uncti onwith-their Melbourneagents, the sold 90 head of fat cattle, at prices satisfactory to vendors.

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Yackandandah Debating Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 August 1891

| Yackandandah (contributed.) At a meeting of the above club held on tbe 20th inst there was a good attendance of old members and some new ones were nominated and en rolled- After the disnosal of, the general ^business, |iti accordance with j an established custom, a critisism of j the previous Thursday evening's 1 work was read by Mr J. Burgess — a young and pi'omising member of the club. Tlie following is the substance of his paper which partakes a little more of the' nature of a report than a criticism. Mr President aud Gentlemen,— '? Being appointed critic for the above evening, I suppose I must endeavor to criticise on that meeting : — Our newly appointed president for the first time filled the chair, aud the way in which business was conducted eliiivvs t.hflt I'i.vli-f- man ic 111 -flip ? ? ? right place. Mr Reichardt made his first appearance as secretary, and there is no mistake made in that ap pointment. After usual business, we settled dowe to load our tongues, so that we ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 August 1891

Auctions, T-CNfT888- ® c ^ M i i ?- m i ? ^ ^ ^*'J' *?-'-' =? ~ -: i T. Kraigg^ 1 AUCTIONEER, MYRTLETORD. HASr Several Valuable Properties feu Private Sale ih varfoul'£ait-s *of 'thfe Kiewa and Ovens River Districts. REGUJ^AR^SALES-jof LIVE STOCK., held 'in MYRTLEFORD EVERY ^tT^NA'PEHfUiSSpir! Pear^n, Rdwel Smith & Co. ? ? '777 'TP : . i / ty;:i 7 . : ; * v' Friday, 4th September. Placet j IJbwns Bullocks at m Wo donga. V PEAppN, HOWE, SMITH & CO. wfll'^ell hyAiifctioirin their Yards at Wodaqga, on/ FRIDAY,1 ?lth ' i Sep timber next/ on arrival of Melbourne train, on account of Messrs Hollinshead and Hazel rigg. ? ! 7-M)i Bullocks, 4 years old, from their Planet Downs Station. The&e cattle are reported fine of tlie best mobsM: ravelling south, they are mostly half-bred Dev'ousvall No.8s„ well, grown, in forWard condition, and ' » ' r 'all inoculated. J i 1 : Hi i ' JPZiT- M oore and Co ? 7 ?- MONDAY, 31st Aug., 1891. At Indigo Creek. Estate of R. 0. Edwards -...

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

~~^Jerloo hotel, (OPPOSITE Tin: l'OST OFFICE.) HIGH street, yackandandah. mil ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL 0L1J HOUSE. frank Entra - Proprietor, BvrS to return thanks to the Public Generally for support accorded him m Lt and hopes by strict attention to ^ir req««®ments to a fair mea8Ure ofsnpport- .. -J -? fvert accommodation for VISITORS AND FAMILIES. jfirstusUK? Cia^i^R Guaranteed. Only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and j Spirits kept. first-class Sample Room Batli, -fcc. Superior Alcock's Billiard Table, Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND LOWE'S COACHES. STAB HOTEL Y ACK AN DAN UAH. P, McDermott - Proprietor, DESIRES 10 intimate to his numerous friends of Yaekst'drndah and public generally, that lie has ken the above well known liosttliy, ami u . sts by strict atten tion to the reqiiii-- m«mt of his patrons to receive a fair si — ^ -?! =u1 }-Ort. First-class Accommodation for Travellers. Best Brands of Ales, \Vi ies and Spirits only k^pL Albion Hotel BEECH...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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WHEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 August 1891

WHEA.T MARKJET. Dalgety and Co., Limited, report : — At; our, lusjaa]. sitiGfion kin i Tjnesday r we submitted a pq,t£*l--gtte abodt4,000 bags of various. grains.., ^herepasaj large' attendance J of1. t)ie ; aid biddings ; » Jpr i svheat , ppitrit^d. ^^eat-T-t^e not offcir^ '.??fjoj'! bnt fair milling sold. atJjErom 4s lid to 5s; mndijun^ 4s?10d 10|d , inferioi^fe, Js i|| to (tiep lMaSzfe; ^fOld dry. white,. 5s 3-di neiv ipediumw , 3a 9d. Oafc— v &y p) ?^Algerians, Is 9d to 2s Id ; Calcuttas, Is 6d to Is 7d ; Tartarians, 2s 2d. Barley — Cape, Is lid; no malting sold.

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commercial. CHENERY BROS. REPORTS. ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 August 1891

Commercial. CHENERY BROS. REPORTS. Albury Market. Chenery Bros, report having held their usual fortnightly market at the Municipal Yards on Wednesdays 19th August, when they yarded 1400 fat and store sheep, 170 cattle, .and six horses. Owing to the bad -weather the attendance of buyers was limited, but almost an entire clearance was effected. Fat Cattle : A small supply of in ferior quality, very few prime forward. Sales opened brisk and last market prices were fully maintained. Prime bullocks sold at. from L7 17s 6d to L8 10s ; good, L6 10s to L7 5s ; others from L6. Prime cows L6 10s to L7 5s ; good, L5 10s to L6 ; others from L3 15s. Store Cattle : 130 yarded, all local lots. Springers made from L4 10s to L6 ; steei-s, 2^yrs, L3 4s ; store cows L2 to L2 5s ; Queensland bullocks, culls, 21s. Fat Sheep: 500 yarded, consisting of useful mutton with a fair propor tion of prime. Best cross-bred wethers made 12s 6d ; best merino wethei*, lis to lis 9d, good, 10s to 10s 6d, medium, 9s ;...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LIMB OF THE LAW. (TO THE EDITOR) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 August 1891

THE LIMB OF THE LAW. (to the editor ) Dear Sir, — Kindly allow me a little space for a few remarks anent the vaffiivies aud peculiarities of a cer I tain representative of law and order ('do; a hundred miles from Yackan dandah). One would think that a per son entrusted with such a position TTOiild endeavor to live in harmony jrith hi? neighbours — not so. how frer, And with a possible stripe m riew. lie has occasionally ' run in ' a drank, loeked-up a couple of boys, and in cose of fire, carefully watched over tbe interests of the farmers. He has. however, lately developed the edifying habit of trying to see what is going on in respectable people's houses, bv applying the eye in close froximitv to the window corners, and finding the attempt futile, sud denly opened the door, and in tones oi authority demanded to know what the inmates are sitting up so late for. The master of the house told him in laDguaae that was both forcible and polite, that ' Tlie Curfew 3iad not ? 1 M IT ? 'IT ...

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

C-oerespon deuce. jjfe do not. hi any way. identify our j selves with opinions expressed by cor ' respondents.]

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

Xjerffttnyah South. (From our own Correspondent.) The;\ye$ weather we hay? bfeq expeiie?^ |» ing here lately has had more effect up&n llg our roads than on the grass, as there U& been very little froct tais winter. TK ^ say the frost is good ! for drying up ® pj roads. I think the' ^4t J wfealbier has g'» * foj. deued the hearts of those who had ? pit to cut or pc 11 out with buuocKS. were previously afraid that successful wot would not be obtained, as strong^ stum^ when the ground is hard will in ( cases break off at the grass. I not'v some very good work done, and in m8'- instances a clean sweep has been 'J®. . so that very little work of the same a10 will again be required. I think si*. ® - eight bullocks are about the best scrub eA* terminator that any selector can u9e- when the work of scrnb-clearing and so* mg down with grass goes on a little ev Y year. In a few yea*-s they, will have that any family might be proud of. There are one or two selectors P'fV » grea...

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

STANLEY. (From' Odi* Own Correspondent.) I Things are ' *a bit dull here 'at pre- ? sent. The sluicers have about three days' wat^r a week, and several of the prospectors are out at Basin Greek and Waterloo, but no new finds are reported. J. McKenzie and W.' But- ters have a rather nice show near the Old Shakespeare, and W. Collins lias also about 29 tons more out of the Jumble reef, which will be put through i the mill next week. There was some rather peculiar evidence given in a Police Court case here on Tuesday last, Mrs W. Ken nedy v. C. Fraser, assault. Mr Perry for complainant and Mr Brown for defendant. Mr Brown asked IPS Kennedy, when she was married, ane she replied IS months ago. ' here:' 1 — ' Beechworth.' '* Oh, Beecliwortb 1 is a big place, bat where in Beecb^ worth ' The Church of England.^ Who married you.' — L* Don't know. ' Who were the witnesses ? -~ ' Don't know.' Mr Kennedy, her husband was questioned in the same strain, and similar replies were / with this varia...

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

mdowring ^ to contest with the local £»tul Billsborrow captained the fin15-. r* did A. Lord the locals. ^ j lnifeotir prevailed throughout 0 tfftine although the play was tlie, r; vmiVli on both sides during the j iirter. The final result was : q . 3 behiuds, Freedom Bros, behinds, Hobbs and Bill s- CiHo- the goal kickers, the ^kicked* by Hobbs being a g°f i-j tix.it from about 50 yards. . fle' ,o- wind was blowing nearly all o-ame which retarded tta-Tn f''' S°a1' Co1' *Siiio- it ^ their '? maiden ' game ii/cftb Mm only rec-entlv (tDe n fiieV p laved very deter form?.Miouo-h they bad an advan ^ lai-ino- 20 members against the V . -7 r Mr M. Hobbs made an efficient umpire*^ Me»' °1^ e, goal umpires. The JVtW I'rtta-nrf to their «. m theevenmg Whiy ilfflsed at the treatment they re «i«A to'' «?« aawong-.i pla.vcrs. Tkeretnro 15 arr™?ed 10 tak? „„ the Gundrnvrmg ground Ext Satm-dav. A little disappomt cawed l.ere by the non loaraace of tl,e ' Wanderers on gUbV A' lotb I1.'.' V* mectato...

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

ENGINE-DRIVERS' CERTIFICATES* NOTICE. — Application {to be accompanied by a fee of 10-.) to lie examined in Melbourne in October next for Certificates as Engine-drivers under the 'Mines Act 1890 ' and the 'Factories and Shops Act 1890' will be received until the 20th Sep tember next, addressed to the Secretary for Mines, Melbourne. Applications will be received from candi , dates desirous of being examined in the } country districts up to 30th September next. Intending candidates can obtain forms of application and copies of regulations from the Office of Mines and from the various Mining and Factory Inspectors throughout the colony. Applications will also be received for Certificates as Boiler Attendants only. In future, examinations will be held in Melbourne in the months of January, April, July, and October in each year. ' T. H. MAYNARD. Acting Secretary to the Board of Examiners for Mining and Factory ^ Engine-drivers. Office of Mines. Melbourne, 19th August, 1891. Notice ALL OU...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. REV. J. H. MEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 August 1891

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 5 f n i f Rhvl H. Meek. Yackandandah, 11 a.m. Back Creek, 3 p.m. Hillsborough, 7 p.m.

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

Church Notices. The following are --the ?serriep' arraiige ments in connnectituT 'With 1 ^he tliffereut denominations for Sunday next : — SUNDAY, AUGUST 30. * I chtt^h m )En62and. ' ' 'Rev.'T*. *J. Wright, Yackandandah, 11 a.m and 7 p.m. ; Allan's Flat. 3 p.m.

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

[CERTIFICATE] 22-6-91. We have this day seen a Walker's whiskey bottle filled, with .Dr F letchet* 8 Pills and secureiy corked aiid sealed. No one knows how many pills are in the bottle, which is now secure in our safe until J au- uary 1st, 1892. W. H. Gobdabd, Manager, Ernest Lyons, Accountant. Commercial Bank, .Newtown, Sydney. We cannot enter into co-respondence about this competition, unless stamps for reply and addressed envelopes are sent each time. Results and names of successful guessers will be sent to everybody who sends two penny stamps and addressed envelope, and not otherwise. F. M~ Clements, Newtown, Sydney.

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

Bttttep Factories. . I . . 1 . , r . . ! . / J' c Except in the Nprth-Eststern 'disiii^tf thei erectibh of 1 bhtfeV factor res and; creameries is being largely entered upon — in districts toa 'j^ere there are not nearly so .greftt pd\%htages as in this part of the fcowny. ^n the Charl ton district butter factories are in full operation at Wycheproof and Boort, whilst there are creameries at Wychitella and 'Mysia. The Boort factory has been established for four or five years, the Wycheproof factory ajrjut two' years, ^ and it-herMysia/ and 'W^'Cliit^lia Arbaulerifel- V few mbntn^: The Boort factory has been doing well ever since its inception, the Wycheproof : factory: is^ doing ''fairly well, but. the management of it has not been so good as could be desired, hence a change has been effected. This combined with the fact that a bonus of £200 has just been granted by the Government will help it forward considerablj'. In the Gharlton . district. . tlie7 g^asf ,i§ , ; not nearly so luxu...

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Fifty Pounds for a Guess. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 August 1891

Ftfty Pounds for a Guess. An ordinary Walker's Whiskey bottle ha been completely tilled with Dr Fletcher's Pills, socmely c trkei with a cork one inch into the u^ck and sealed and placed in the charge of the Commercial Bank, Newtown, Sydney. ' No living: soul knows how many pills the bottle contains.' We a»ree to divide £50 (fifty pounds) in prize* for the. nearest g ivs-es a* to the number of pills coa tninei in tlie bottle as follows : — Onepreseutof £25 for the nearest guess. „ ,, £10 for the next nearest euess. | ,, „ „ £5 for the next nearest guess „ ,. , , £4 for the next nearest gue«s „ . , ,, £3 for the next nearest guess. ,, ,, ,, £2 for the next nearest guess. ., ,, ,, £1 for tbe next ne ire«t guess. 'Conditions.' : — We make no charge for the trues5, but only purchasers of Dr Fle't cher's Bilious and Liver Pill- are eligible to compete, and the guess must be written on one of our printed forms, one of which is wrapped around every shilling box leaving our laboratory after...

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