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

Auctions. T. A. Knaggs. T. A. Ktiaipsf j HAS Several Valuable Properties for Private Sale in various ' parts of the Kiewa and Ovens River Districts. REGULAR jSALES~ot LIVE STPQ^i held in MYRTLEFORD EVERY ALTEKNATE TUESDAY. J. W. Thwaites & Co. JW. T&WA1TES & CO. will hold , SALES of LIVE STOCK/ as under : — * ' YACKANDANDAH Market — Monday, 14th September. CORRYONG, monthly market, Saturday, September 19th. MITTA MITTA JUNCTION, «attle sale, Monday, 21st September. TALLANGATTA MARKETTSaturday, 26th September. ??? -'- Persons having Stock for any of these Sales are requested to send full parti culars as early as possible to J. W. THWAITES & CO., Tallangatta. Great Clearing Sale of Bail way Contractors' Plant. TALLANGATTA, MONDAY AND TUESDAY, 7th and 8th SEPTEMBER. ~T W. THWAITES & CO. have baen *P « favored with instructions from Messrs R. THORNTON & CO. to sell the whole of their extensive plant, com puting 3 saw-mill plants, complete ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 September 1891

Waterloo /jatOTBL, - . ' ? ? '?';-? ? ? ' ? . ? : (OPFOS1T*: THIS -POsiT OFFICE.) .. HIGH sTR^T/YAOKANDANbAH \.' Tn «ssT\BUSBKD COMMERCIAL OLD i»V HOUSE. Frank Entrap Proprietor. BEGS to returu thanks to thp . Public tLenOyiormppim accorded him ui .«* and hopes by eti let attention to SJiM^uinmieift- to receive a fair measure ({EUPP01*- ? : ..._.. VISlTOliS AND FAMILIES. A First-class GJuisisu Guaranteed. Only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and j Spirits kept. , First-class Sample Room Bath, &c. Superior Alcock's Billiard Table. Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND LOWE'S COACHES. STAR HOTEL Y ACKAX DAN UAH. P. UtoPermoU - Proprietor, DESIRE??' to intimate to his -numerous : iruaids of Yackaudandali aud public generally, that be has taken tue above well knowu hostelry, and trusts by strict atten tion to the requirements of his patrons to receive a fair share of support. First-class Accommodation lor Travellers. Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirit...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 September 1891

^IELBOTJ»NE WOOL MA.RKT5T. Younsrhusband and Co Ltd. report : Wool : The Melbourne Brokers have not determined on what day the sales will open in Melbourne, though there exists the opinion that it will. %e quite the middle of October ere they do. Sydney houses are pushing forward as quickly as possible and hope to hold, th^ir -opening 'sale on or about the 2Sth inst. Advices aie . coming freely to hand and the ensuing season is looked forward to with more than oi'dinary interest,.. In consequence of several, well-tnown brands being bronght under tne hammer ? in the Colonies, which have hitherto been sent to London. The buying power is being greatly, augmented by the arrival of every Mail Steamer, and the ti-ade generally is waiting with mncb interest the result of the, opening pf, , the September-October series of Colonial wool sales in Lon don, which is fixed for Septenibei 8th. Sheepskins. — Sales have been parried throngh,with a, fair amount of competition, but prices must be con...

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Commercial. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 September 1891

Commercial. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT Fat Sheep.— 26,000 yarded. All qualities were represented,1 iiiclnding the first shorn merinoes of the season. | For best descriptions the demand was without animation, while midd ling sorte ,met a dragging | sale, and prices in most instances r bled fully 6d per head lower ihanJ last week's rates, prime shorn wethers being in best' request.' Very few' crpssbreds yarded. Prime crossbred, wethers, from 16s 6d to 19s 6d (according to weight) ;. a few Bxtra,~io 22s ; :prime | crossbred ewes, from 13s 6d to 15s ; a few. extra to 1 7s - prime f3nerin6 wethers, fconi 13s Sdftb l§s j^accordi t ing to weight) ; good ineri»6 wethers, from Us 6d to 13s ; middling do. do: from 9s to 10s 6d; prime merino ewes, from 10s to 11s; a few extra from lls 6d to 12s ; others, from 7s 6d to 10s ; drafts of shorn merino wethers, from 7s 6d to 10s ; drafts of shorn merino ewes, from 5s 6d to 6s 6d. . Fat Lambs. — 4,250 weie penned. The tone of the market -was -keener...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 12 September 1891

Our Melbourne Letter. ? :u. ? (Prom Our Own Correspondent.) The mistake that is made by pay ing members of Parliament iot. their services becomes apparent Vjaqw1 and again. The payment syKtem' is re sponsible for the existence df the - ' Professional Politician,' who,1 not infrequently makes politics a trade after he has failed in every other calling. In America the political , business has been brought to a high state of perfection. The rate of pay J is about the same as ours, but the ad- j vantages of the position are greater. Thus , I have heard of a man -who j 'was returned for a rural district. He bad a ' nominal' lodging over a barber's shop ; that is to. say his letters weie addressed there. He also, for a trifling consideration, Was allowed to store a shabby portman teau, dress himself and change his ' linen upon the same premises. He took has meals at a cheap eating house, and, instead of a bed, he slept npon his ' Railway Pass,' and slept very rwell too. ' In this way : — ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 12 September 1891

Notice. ALL Accounts due to the Under signed IF NOT PAID on or before 1 st October will be placed in the hands of my solicitor for Re covery. M. MARTIN, Storekeeper, Yackandandah. PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. Q W.J.TURNER, Watckmaker ' .P^^p and Jewelier, Ford-St., Beechworth, (Next to Tanswell's Commercial Hotel.) BEGS to intimate to the Public of Yackandandah, and Surrounding Dis- ? trict that be has admitted Mb. CHABLBS KIPLING, his step-son, into Partnership, and that from this date the title of the firm will be TURNER & KIPLING. He also takes the opportunity to tender to the public his best thanks for their generous support during the past 35 years, and trusts by acknowledged careful and prompt attention to business to secure lor the new firm a continuance of tbe liberal patronage hitherto received. The new firm have secured Large & Im poved Premises (Next to Tanswell's Hotel), And are now showing tbe LARGEST STOCK of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY, and ELECTROPLATED GOODS I...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 12 September 1891

j A plague .ofcate^^JS^wrted from the Mitiamo district, aim great, destruction is being causgtL to the -|grass. ? ! Albert Davenport, iilN^railwav jgnard who Was killed near the North Melbourne railway station last week j was the eldest, son of Mr Thomas 1 Davenport, of Everton. The Mount Morgan report for August shows that 1400 *nenv , are still employed there ; 390 feet of driving and 26 feet of tunnelling were done, and 7250 tons of stone raised and crushed for a yield of 10,664 oz gold during the month. A petition from the Chinese resi dents of Sou th Australia was pre sented in Parliament on Wednesday praying that the Chinese may return to the colony from visits to China and may bring out their wives and one female attendant. The petition ers also wished to be allowed to travel freely from one colony to another. The Earl and Countess of Jersey arrived at Albury by special train on Wednesday night, and were met at the railway station by the mayor, aldermen and many prominent res...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 12 September 1891

GAZETTE' Last week'« Gazette contains the fol lowing notices : — Mining le*8edeclared void.-- J. Scott, 10a 2r 3p, «t Chil&lrn. : ' Applications for leases approved— Wai. Ryan, 119a lr 6p. Wnoiacee North; John French, 200a Or I5p, Woot r«g«e ; Georginn Sweeney, 97* lr 31p, Woorragee North; John Minogue,145a lr lip, Tnngnmbalanga ; Patpck McGle' chy , |9te 2r 4})jT jraTieiim balangn ; executors Iftf the jate Patrick McGrath, 177a 2r, Taogambalariga. Application for Lichees approved — John Be xie, 850, Gimdowring. _,r» -r' , License declared Tffia—6or3on Murray, 420a, Barwidgee. ' Impounded at Chilte|?i4-n lSthHueust. ? 1 baVjlrjragbt horse, bhi£d^l3llr«^B m der S near shoulder, shod allround'.SW and stripe 6b forehead. ahonMjfjSpF.pp^jni. oo ways over near abouligr. To be «Sld 30th September, 1891, if not^jftpn^jiMore.

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Gundowring. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 12 September 1891

Gundowring ? :o: ? (From Our Own Correspondent.) The return football match took place between the Freedom Bros, and Tawonga clubs at Gundowring on Saturday, Aug 29th in the presence of a good few spectators, and re sulted in a win for the local club whose score was 10 goals 1 7 behinds to the visitors nothing. The follow ing are the players who did the goal kicking, R-eid 5, Hobbs 3, W. Crosth waite 1, Arundel 1. Mr J. Keegan acted as central umpire, and Messrs Crosthwaite and Ford goal umpires. The Freedom Bros, visited Os borne's Flat last Saturday to try con clusions with the ' Imperials' but were defeated by 7 goals to 1. In consequence of the forthcoming Al bury show several players could not attend, and only 12 arrived on the ground. The Imperials conceded two or three players and a start was made which ended in a very enjoy able game. It would be a good thing if all football clubs would play in as friendly a spirit as did the ' Imps, and Bros.' In the evening they sat down to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 12 September 1891

GRAIN MARKET. 1 Messrs Dalsrety and Co Limited report (8th Seotember) : — We held oqr usual weekly sale to-dav before a fair attendance of the trade. Com petition for wheat was brisk: for feed grains there was little or no demand. We succeeded in placing nearly every line of the wheat offered, whilst the larger proportion of the other cereals were passed in -unsold. Wheat: We quote prime milling up | to 5s ; good do, 5s Id to 5s 3d ; bleached, 4s lid to 5s ; inferior and faulty, 4s -Hd to 4s 9d. Oats : We quote : — Victorian stouta, 2s 8d ; Tartars, 2s to 2s Id ; Algerians. Is lid to 2s OJd ; Calcutta®, Is to Is lOd. [Barley: — Prime malting, 3s Id to 3s 2d; feed sorts, 2s.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAST SATURDAY'S SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 12 September 1891

LAST SATURDAY'S SHOOTING. The third shooting in connection with the trophy presented by ihe captain took place at the local butts on Saturday, the distances being 200, 300, 400, 500, and 600yds. five shots. The highest scorer was H. Dunstan 94, Dickson being next with 93. The following are the scores : — ?p g Jr* ^ .5 ™ ^ og oooooIP -e Cj 2 OOOOOi-i r5 Dunstan (5) IS 17 23 21 15 sc— 94 Dickson (4) 18 15 24 19 15 2— 93 Hattersley (3) 19 13 IS 21 S 13— 92 J. Priestly (2) 13 21 15 15 IS 7 — S9 McKay (1) 11 10 17 10 8 29— 85 A. Priestly 1C 10 17 11 5 11— 70 J. Molyneux 15 15 lt» % 4 14 — 66 F. Moore . 0 7 12 f 4 5 29— 57 The handicaps for next shooting are— Dunstan (scratch), Dickson 3, J. Priestly 9. A.; Priestly 15, Hatters ley 16, Molyneux 18, McKay 32, F. Moore 32. The scores at present stand — Dun- stan 10 points, J. Priestly 10, Hat tersley 8, Dickson 6, Molyneux 5, H. Fer'derson 3, A. Priestly 2, McKay 1. Shooting will commence at 10 o'clock to-day (Saturday) on account of the fo...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 12 September 1891

? ? ? ? ? Tasmania is making good progress with the Commonwealth Bill. The New South Wales police ..are proceeding against the holders of bogus racing sweeps. A ja&n named } Smith has been -arrested for advertis- j ingthe National Club Consultation. ' Summonses are also being issued against newspapers for advertising ' Adam Bede ' sweeps.

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Yackandandah Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 12 September 1891

YaekfindandaJi Rifle Club. A meeting; of the committee of the Yackandandah Rifle Club was held on Saturday, the captain in the chair. A letter was read, from Mr Craven, M L.A., giving conditions which the medal presented by him is to be fired tinder. There are to be twelve shootings in all, in two batches of six. Members must shoot in four matches in each six, and the highest, three scores with handi cap will be counted. The ranges are 300, 500, and 600 yds, seven shots each range, cor the first batch, and 200, 500. and 600 yards - for the second series. The highest for six shootings out of the twelve will be the winner. Captain Reeves, of Melbourne, was appointed handicap per. It was decided not to proceed with ' the arrangements tor the trophy until the present competition is concluded. The treasurer le ported that ; there was a credit balance of £6 19s 6d in the bank, and during the evening £2 19s was handed to the treasurer, making the money in hand £9 18s 6d. Accounts due to th...

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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 12 September 1891

Church Hotices. The following are the service arrange meuts in connection with the different denominations for Sunday next : —

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Yackandandah Warden's Court. (Before Mr Warden Rowan.) MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7th, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 12 September 1891

Tackandandah Warden's Court. ? :0:' ? (Before Mr Warden Rowan.) Mondat September 7th, 1891. Ah Fee and others, of Clear Creek' made an application for permission to erect a flume across certain land at Clear Creek. Britton and party objected, as said race would crass a race of theirs, and the course pro posed by the applicants would en danger theii* race. Mr Perry appeared tor tue o objec- tors and stated that his clients would have no objections to a tunnel, but opposed a flume as the race might- cause the surface beyond to give way. , ; Frederick 2s am Shing acted as in terpreter for the Chinese. Ah Fee, miner, residing at Clear Creek, deposed : that he was holder of lease 2976. He wanted to put a flame across the race to work a piece of ground. If he could not put up a j flume he would have to put in a ; tunnel. It would take three or fowr weeks more work to put in a tunnel. That was his only reason for desiring to erect a flume. j Svdnev Britton objected to a flume being erected...

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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. REV. J. H. MEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 12 September 1891

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rkv. J. H. Meek. Yackandaudah, 11 a.m. Allan's Flat, 3 p.m.

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Yackandandah Police Court. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH, 1891. (Before MESSRS ROWAN P.M. and J. McCOMBE and P. WRIGHT J.'sP.) R. W. RIDDINGTON v. HART. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 12 September 1891

Yitckattdandaii Police Court. ? :o: — ? - Monday, Septejtber 7th, 1891. (Before Messrs /f R;OtvTAJt \ P.M. and .. J. McCoMBEand P- Weight J.'sP^) R. 'W. Riddington v. Hakt. Goods sold and delivered, d65 2s 6d, order for aftiotint and 5s cost. M- McKenzie v. j. {Ryan. Gk-ods sold and delivered, £20 8s Id. Defendant admitted the amount, but said that an account had not been rendered to him, until accompanied by the summons. He would have j paid it had there been an, account j rendered, William- Ward deposed I that the last account he had ren- j dered was for £8. Had never made a demand for £20 on the defendant, nor had a bill of particulars been delivered. An order was made for £20 8s Id without costs. Constable Haurisox v. J. Ryan. Using obscene language within the hearing of a public place. Mr Perry for defendant. Constable Harrison deposed that a few days ago he was in Ramsay and Mich el sen's shop, when he heard accused using disgraceful language. Accused was standing in the right...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH REV. E. KING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 12 September 1891

WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. E. King. Yackandandah, 11 a.m. Yackandandah, 7 p.m. Sfaghorn, Flat, 3 p.m. Mb Smith. j Stcney Creek, 11 a.m j Myrtleford, 7 p.m. j

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Blue Ribbon Society at Myrtle-ford. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 12 September 1891

I Slue 'Ribbon Society at Myrtle- \ ford. I (Contributed.) 1 he newly appointed Home Mis tisiaiT, Mr W. H. Ferber, to the ^ckandandah Circuit, and of which Hynleford forms a part, visits here trey alternate Sunday to preach, I course 'beinsr a teetotaller and ®f of a very pi-onounced* type, the people here with a view i opinions on the drink question, result was that a Blue Ribbon was formed on June 22nd, 11 *hich meeting a goodly number out and signed the pledge. fFe meetings are held once a ^tli, and are becoming exceedingly War and attractive, no less than ?wing decided to turn over anew W signing the pledge in three The last meeting which 0n ?^onc'aY night, August . -^asavery enjoyable one not J* ®cconnt of the eloquent and do ^ aPPea^s of Mr- Ferber, at the n&d t were Per' ^Ut one ^le roain features »^L?t5lerin? was the prison. 7b , . e tolKs com: ifl 6 Ue choir, which was executed pleasing and creditable GiJ1C^er ^le a^'e leadership of iBnni- , Tbe mnsic which was Ml' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 12 September 1891

% Atictions. J. W. Thwaites & Co. JV. THWAITES & CO. will hold „ SALES of LIVE STOCK as under : — YACKANDANDAH Market — Monday. 14th September. CORRYONG, monthly market, Saturday, Severn her 19 th. MITTA MITT A JUNCTION markat, Monday. 21ft September. WODONGA Fortnightly Market, Friday, Septenibrr 25th. TALLANG AT T A MARKET— Saturday. 26th September. DEDERANG Market, Tuesday, 29th September. Persons having Stock for any of these Sales are requested to pend full parti culars as early as possible to J. W. THWAITES & CO., Tallangatta. YACKANDANDAH. Monday, 14th September. BUILDING ALLOTMENTS. T W. THWAITES & CO. have been favored with instructions from Pkteb Wind, Esq., to sell by auction at their yards, on the above date (imme diately before the cattle sale.*.) All that piece of LAND, being allotment 4, section 8, township of Yackan dandah, containing I rood 24 perches Also — All that piece of LAND, being allot ment 5, section 8, adjoining above block ...

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