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WESLEYAN CHURCH REV. W: H. FERERER. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 August 1891

WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. W. H. FerbeR. Yackandandah, 11 a.m. j Staghorn Flat, 3 p.m. | Yackandandah, 7 p.m. Mr. Smith. | , Murmungee, 3 p.m. Myrtleford, 7 p.m. frr 71 TTT^TTTjZ nTr7| : ^ad|amtai(iaft ^imes (With Supplement.) ! PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. ; SATURDAY; _AUSWST 29, 1891. ;

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

Mr Clenvettts Explains. Many peoole have expressed surprise that Clements Tonic has met with such J wonderful and unprecedented success in : such a short time. The explanation is — it is gknctke. I saw the thousands of j woithless hog-swill American nostrums flooding the Australian market year by year, month by month, day by day, and knew that a great amount of money left these shores annually in return for the~e rubbishy articles, all of which made the cuntry so much the poorer. I also knew that the exigencies of 'ife in this ountry aud the climate necessitated the use of au artificial bloodmaker to restore the normal condition and vital forces which were so enervated by climatic and other influences^ I also saw the thiu, pale, delicate, and atteuuated men au i women of Australian cities, and studied the causes ani ways aud means of remeiy ng the evil ; I saw that it was impossible to bring the article required into popular favour except in the form of a pa'ent medicine. I know of ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 September 1891

*ur J^PfJt^flfi^er -'{From.Onr.Owa Qornespond/BnU) f I gather from the ' Go^riperatWi® News, an AustraUafi' ''jcMiniali x ie-? voted to the iexpositioti bf industrial science, that two years ago . there' ?were in existence— presumably in Great Britain, here the movement has taken deep root and L.5J.3 of these . Societies — I mean workrnens' co-operative .Societies. The members number 1,054,996, with a share csipi tel of £11,199,934, ^ilaaai5rWti#SF»f L2,475,885, and a reserve of L535,881, making a grand total of LI 4,26 1.700. The annual business done amounted to L40.225,499-leavinfr »,iiet |ptf fit of (for the year) fc3,775,646,^ssides the sum of L42,172 spent for education and charities. : ? / ! J ;? 1 1 Considering. how small tlie begin nings were* and how veryl little money an English working man had to spare from his wages in those^ days, the results already attained lire* little short of marvellous. Something approaching a sensa tion has been caused among the Wesleyan communit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 September 1891

PRIVATE, frERV6WV£ SKIN : ? '? ,: ' V;, DISEASES,8 «te, ? ' ' : ;: ' '. ' \; . ' Man's 'body; wnen *tis «tricten py disease, So surety will the mind be ill at ease.*' ?? DR. FRElTHOMftWr Licentiate Medical Board of Victoria, Licentiate Faculty of Physician*1 and Sur geons, Glasgow. Diploma from Dublin. (Registered by Act of Parliament in Vic toria, New South Wales, Tasmania.; and Queensland), May be consulted at his Booms' 155 ELIZABETH STREET, (four Doors from Bnurke-street, Melbourne, on ? ? ? ? NERVOUS DEBILITY, SYPHILITIC, GENORRHOEA., SKIN & PRIVATE DISEASES. Db FREDERICK HOMAtf is a legally qualified Medical Pra-titioner, and has de voted a life-time to the stady of Private, , Nervous, and Skin Disease*. Thegr^atauc cess achieved by him speaks volumes in his favour. It is a success which is totalW 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 b«?ine hurried in the b...

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FOOTBALL. OSRORNES FLAT (IMPERIALS) v. WANDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 September 1891

FOOTBALL. OSROENE S FLAT (IMPERIALS) v. WANDERERS. This match took place at Hurdle Flat on Saturday Jast, and tbe weather being all that could be desired, was the meaus of attracting a large number of spectators. * ' Barrackers ' for both sides were numerous, and entered into hard work -from the time the ball was put in motion till the finish. In fact.' so hard did one brigade (headed by Soloman No. 2) work ou behalf of the red and bisckF. that it is a hard matter to say »'ho worked the hardest — barrackers or plavers. Shannon captained the wander ers, who were well backed up by three or four ' st«rs ' from the Beechwonh club, and the winners can justly attribute their victory' to the aid received from that somce. M. Meehau had command of the Imperials, ami fulfilled that position faithfully till alter half-time, when a hest of his men either too eager to force the pace, or forgot their position, left tbeir places, and entered the nick, thereby leaving the Imperial's defence quarter...

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[?] Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 September 1891

^aiWfMjefltfMrifeBifthsq' ? ? » ; **Fb|s i ^shooting ' for 'the trophy^ pre*etn%aV1)Y t^ie' captain was com-^ mTen^a -g,t,4 tlhie ^p^l! .' fentt^^ pn.'Sat^nr-** day, ^^npf August. The conditions Of *he oompetitdon are, five shots at all rangeS;frdm 2$® to -600= yds, in of lJiinaiirJSippMigJ/By Jihg forfeit systemlShfe iriiiidictetpB iaajnfet] them- ' selves, penalties ; i-bing- inflicted on a winner foi; two 'ghootiingsi, , ,and if he still continues, to score 'farther penal ties resnlt.' The following is tbe re sult of the shooting of 22nd inst. :— J. Priestly (5) , 14 17. 22 122 19 7 -ldl 3. Molyneux (±) 19 lfc 20 13 ^12—91 H. ^edrterson (3) 16 17 15 19 2 18— S7 A. Priestly (2) 19 15 16 13 13 8—84 Hattersley (if 19 8^17 9 11—72 J.Fediaeison t 15 13r 4 8 7 20— 67 On Saturday last the ecores were as follows i-:—. Dunstan (S) 21 20 24 16 15 ac— 96 Hattersley (4) 14 14 IS 22 13 11— 92 J- Priestly (3) 15 19 20 17 15 5— 91 Dickson (2) 19 14 19 14 20 ec— 86 Molyneux (1) 15 19 20 11 8 10—...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 September 1891

Ovens a»id: Murray Agricultural an&*Pa#ix*hal Society. &' ANNUAL SPNG^HOW Thuistiay affdtJMaayf'''1 17th & 18th SilTKabBB^A?1 thb&v SOCIKTYSS-GROrj^rjs^ ^yAS&ARATTA mJk v;^ ?';... ?,.:,,,a'fe*- !: £750: PRHSES«-$ v*£75(T. T7NTRIES willlnwoitiTely^ close on JOj Thurlflay, 10th Septemoer, at)the Secretary'ilKfnce, at 10 p.m. §s^ Tickets, aJ^Holiday Excursion Fares, will be issued on. all lines from 16th to 21st SeptembeiLJI SPKCI AJ^ TRA^S,^riai^§epteinber 18- — Briahtf^ leave^ a-*n-; Bfeecbwortb, leave, 10 a.m. Thi3BrigWtrainTwiH meet the Beechworth train at Everton at 10.30 a.nj. Wapinyah,Hii|eM^SIb. This train willpBive SpringlSw* ^at 10.35 a m. Beechwora,, passengers *etnrD^Erom Wan garatta a tit, 20 p.uu, Bright and Wahgun yah passengers by 4h^B iioriUuary trains. The Speciats will stop at^ffiinfermediate stations. ^^ ,'^w..1®* JOHN CADDICK, Secretar-'- __ Shire of Yackandandah. if^tice to i%la.ip|i^ Rate* lypQtTICE is herrf^fivett' that al...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 September 1891

- y.v. ' f«Vffl%iiSi?W:rrAVi!N ? '? . I The election.foi^^^.p^at in the £entral Cumber] andldi strict, N.S.W. ren4«ied^aca|ijb ^y Ae death of Mr E'. A. Ritehie, took place on Saturday, and resulted in the return of Mr Jacob G^^mCMe #%l»p.ifrj#;#ade candidates, by (Bujar^e majority. x-ne pojice oiucers aniBuwju siwngij | oppose the order that they shall re- [ tire from the service on reaching the | age of 60 years. Sir Chai-les M'Mahon, late Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, died, on Sunday last.. : The value of Chilian bonds has risen since the result of the war has been determined. } - ' The railways receipts are less by £31,000 than for the corresponding period of last year. . Albert. Davenport, the railway guard who was killed near the North Melbourne railway station on Sun day night, was the eldest son of Mr Thomas Davenport, of Everton. Mr William Boustead, of the Hospice, states that this is tlie finest winter he 'has yet experienced in the Alps. ??;-'??? There ..are. 200 c...

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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 September 1891

Church Notices. The followinjg are the serrioe arrange* ments ia connection withii^ie different deaominatioDB' for Sunday next: — ?

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WAYSIDE NOTES. [?] A NO[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 September 1891

sfff|yraS^3$SS& M SHCKX-«.Wtr A KM* .^ Jar'a to Gpveiwmaat subsidy, as u ; semof J682»0s.iOdj (wa^eeeWed ^LJtiver obtained from Jhe Govera Rations -.s ??*.: *He-why« «»* *C ? itA.^.c TTowev;ei\. oorrespon-. Inc* receiVed br*e mretary, ft-om ifrCrawn indicates *hat«ur member £ been about! ! There* is. one ^-g J^taip.— soipethinj^ unnsual has happened^ # . ^ The* Osborne's Flat Imperials sPEm to be the onlviive-dnb in Ahe jrcrricfc --most of the oilier clubs &r§ ££' upon, iheijr .^ars.' .The imperials bad a game tussle with the Sferson Saturday, at. Hurdle in«t. bnt the Wanderers bad -too lanv ' wanderers' ? for the Flat boys: 5£- «cat faulf of the ' Imps,' iowever; is ^antof pluck. Had they * i-to the o-anie in the second halt Iffidia in-tne first half they would have made a draw, or pernaps on Vjn future they should play W'th determination throughout, and Srea' thin** not flock after the ball like- tn^key-s after another turkey that has mauaged to sret hold of a niec...

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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. REV. J. H. MEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 September 1891

[?] PRESBYTERIAN CSURGH. | KergulyabVll^iny' Kiewa, 3 p.m. Yackandandab, 7 p.m. :

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Yackandandah Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 September 1891

Yavkandandali 8/Ure Council. - ' *~ u%Ji ? Thepmontkly meeting o|^i^®*t^^ wasplld at the Shire Hall -m Th|rs-t day,|fres»fit: (W^Bafcha^ason, M|r-' %£, i#5mttip xphfuMi;;'^^ SfcJFee|| BurrpWs, j|JJeatty ana Bbbin ^Tl^. exjpi4si.d&at,Srpr Ricnwdson, - was voted to the chair. ,; t. ' JUnTOiX MEETING. ' V Cr Martin moved and Cr BeMty seconded, That the president's allowance ifeir lihe ensuing year be d£50, or the whole sum allowed by the local Government Act, if neces sary, — Carried; ? --?-?? ? - Cr Mongan^jnoved and Cr Burrows Seconded; J that ?'fcSr ' Eobinson be .elecjbed.,prfisidsflfe.~ior. ihe^naaing year. The motion was carried| un animo^isly. § . ; ; v The* chairman vacated the presi dential chair in favor of Cr Robin son, j f ; Cr Robinsoni retui^ied ? th4iiks for the honor conferred apdn him and ob served that it was '27 years since be had occupied £he 4hair^ and €hat was as presidenfc«of the old Road BoarcL Cr Mohgaujivas^he pnlybther icoan cillor at this table that ...

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Yackandandah Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 September 1891

? to:-: ? ; 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 accouiodation. \ No package mnst exceed .5 cwt and con signees must take delivery immedi ately on arrival. All goods to be re ceived and despatched at owners risk. _ ©OWN. ,. Expip8' A.M. A.M. f-M- P M Melbourne '..'. - 6.20 - 4.55 Wangaratta ... — 12.15 4.35 9.16 Everton ... 755 1.6 5-10 10.9 n L ^1. ar. 8-n 1.55 5.50 J a .10.58 Beechworth. . g30 \ d.11-13 Woomgee .' S.43 - - H-86 YrcVandadab, art- 9.0 — ~~ 1153 up. ' ' : AM. A.M. P:M. Tackandandah ... 4.35 11.20 — WoorHgee ... 4.52 1137 — Beechwprth ^^ g^ n$i% 2.37 Evert i - \YS Vvj '- 6J5 t£60& 3-'2 ar fi 48 — ir- 3 55 Melbourne, rrrr.:: it. T« ^''^.43 * fixrresp. ???-'? Single ' .'; Betu»a*# .,,.??.-. ,...,„:-! lib ,. 2nd. 1 1st.? 2M. Melbourne to ,.. ; ... .,:.-;.. Waneewtta ^4s 3d IBs 33-368. $d 24b 6-1 Beech*orth 58s m !9* S-— 43s 3f...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH MR. ROBINSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 September 1891

WESLEYAN CHURCH '.?*-? i it .Me Robinson. -.= ??' ? Yackandandah, 11 a. m. , ,.-. Yackandandah, 7 p.m. -?--?-~~~»«Vi-Wi.-'fi-rH^KB«».-'--J---''--: ICyrtleford, 7 p.m. 1 1 ?„. . j Stcney Creek, 11 a.m . Buffala.Biyffl.A.pjn ? . -.- ? -r

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GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 September 1891

GAZETTE. — «v. Last week's Gazette contains the follow inp notices : — * Licence renewed — .John Haig, Yackan dandah, to cut a raee across certain Crown land and divert water trom the Glen Creek. Applications for licenses approved — A. Black. 870a Tawanga ; Catherine Mclntyre 20a, Tawonga. Applications for prsntsapproved — Eliza- beth Wrisht. 1 acre, TanganbaUnga ; also ?Elizabeth Wright, as executrix of the late Geo. Wright, 40a, Tangatnbalanga. Grazing area available— 668 acres, being allotment 80, parish of Wennatong, for feited by Frederick Roper. License declared void. — Agnes I^era, 47 acres, Kergunyah Transfer registered — John Christie to William Dickson and Andrew Kilgour, 60a Or 28p, Woorage*- North. Application for lease approved — John Benzie, 182a lr 23p. Tangambalanga. , Imponnded st Woddhga, aind to be iold on 1 7th September, if not claimtd— : By Mr Nesbit1-! brown filly, hind feet ] white, 4 in circle nehr shqiolder. ; ; -,, By Bejcdsmao^PieiTinga Common— ;1 red ' o...

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Mig[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 September 1891

LV4'; nuofHFTlfs va-^u Nervbnflliei-Hcbes: «!ndsneural(ria-rpj-«ie firgtj, *=ut«(sfc, aijd most reliable ^ympUHn.* of of approBching dec'ine of physical health.' They a«e distinct'-evly nerve pains, an infallible telf'er«^h tnesn»ge progoosticative of Approaching phvsical weakness, They^ aie intimations that the strength is bejrigl impAire-). Over-work of any deacriptiorr mu*t resolt in enervation »nd enfeeblemeut of the corporeal structure. This wear and tear (ermed l-y scientists, destructive meta bolism) may be brought aiwnt by worry, excessive mental or physical laboiir, by continual at.tenjtioo *o business by bad food, bad air ora-y acute lickneM, the duties «-f materaity, the stmin of motherhood, dissi pation, *ud many other otusea. Th- proper remedy is Clements' Tonic. This must anj wm&ure «he/ wijt«t; wndTmosfc feyerc case?. This is a positive fac' ; it has done it, and will do it «g«f *lway». We »re thus emphatic l»ecause' ^e know we are talking facts, which the evi...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. REV. T. J. WRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 September 1891

CHURCH or ENGLAND. f* P. &E»i-T; 3^ PTiufeHX. i * .B 1 Yackandandah, 11 a.m and 7 p.m. Allan's Flat, 3 p.m. , ill/- | | ; t I K^' U (With Supplement.) * PUBLISHED EVEET SXTURDAT. -SATiTB.DAY, SEPTEMBER 5.* 1891. v

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An Audacious Fraud. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 September 1891

An Awiacious Fraitd. On Wednesday the detectives succeeded in effecting an arrest of a young man named Arthur Jones, who has been wanted since the 8th of July last in connection with an audacious fraud on the Melbourne Tramway Company. An einyloy£ of the company named Birch had been instructed to take a bag containing some £-doU trom the neaa omce to the Brunswick terminus. He had taken his seat in a Brunswick car but a few minutes when it was boarded by a man, who accosted Birch and told him that he had been deputed by the head office to release him of his valuable burden. At the some time he presented a note, purporting it conie from Mr Wilcox, the assistant manager of the company, and which instructed Birch to hand over the bag to the bearer and return to the office immediately. Birch walked unsuspiciously into tbe trap that bad been so cunningly contrived for him. and surrendered the money to the stranger, who said his name was Webber. When Birch reported him self at the office ...

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The War in Chili. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 September 1891

^ imJVar inCMH:^ r- * t Importe|it pew sj^8* ^»een? received from ValpluwLiswl Mrom'which^it ap peaiss that i» idecisivie , engagement be-| tween the inRurgentsitii-ppsAnd those of President , Balmaceda t has taken place riia^^^wiilOAt^yiight on Thnrsday,, the 27th inst.. President Balmaceda occupied TPlacilla, and then gave orders for an attack in force upon the insurgents position. The Presideit'sVt^pQpB, .wbreXnnder the, .command of (^nerals Barbosa and A^ze^reca*.; The, insuigeiits, who were partially armed with the Mann licher rifle and used sniokeless powder poured a most destructive fire npon the assailants,. /whb were unafeif* *o face the steel shojbs x»f the rifles. The ranks of the Government ; troops vreve broken, but on the attacking force retiring it was again leformed, and another onslaught was made upon the arisnijgenfB. £p thfsjsecond attack the two Government com manders, Generals Barbofea and Alzerreca, were killed. The Insur-, gents then chai*ged the enemy, who at...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 September 1891

tjociu and General. , ,-yr — :o: ? _ r_ ? ?.. Fourth Page— On our Fonrth Page will be found an interesting letter, from our Melbourne correspondent, full account of the .War in Chili, as well as items of General New*. A .,-. . ? . ; : ..= Sale. — Messrs Moore & Co^ of Beech wordi; held a sale at Indigo Creek on Mon day, |n the estate «( the late; R. O. Edwards, deceased. The freehold land was passed in at L3 12s 6d, there being not even a bid for the leasehold. The cattle and iLorses were all sold, but at a very. Jow rate. 'The sale all through was very dull in fact, about the dullest we have seen for some time,? ; ?. i ? Debating CLUB.-r-The period/or which the Debating Society engaged Hhe shire hall having expired, the society has obtained a renewal for another twelve months. A hitch as to terms occurred owing to the Custodian ? requiring an increase on last year's rent. At one time there was a probability of no amicabie arrangement being arrived at, but we are pleased to ...

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