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

WATERLOO HOTEL, (OPPOSITE Tin; rosr OFFICE.) * *4 HIGH STREET, YACKANDANDAH. OLD ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL HOUSE. ???'-? Frank Entra - Proprietor. Begs., return- thanks io the Public aiiierally for support, accorded him in the pwt; aud hopes by strict attention to tlieir requirements to receive a fair measure of support. FA'EKY ACCOMMODATION FOE VISITORS AND FAMILIES. A First-class Cuisine Guaranteed. Onlv the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits kept. First-class Sample Room Bath, -fce. Superior Aleock's Billiard Table. Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND LOWES COACHES. STAR ZEE O T IE Li Y AC KAN P AN D AH. P. McDermott - Proprietor, DESIRES to intimate to his numerous 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 i-f support. First-class Accommodation for Travellers. Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits only kept....

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

MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET. Fat Sheep. — The market was heavily supplied, 28,000 having been yarded, including a greater number of merino ewes than usual. All qualities were fully represented. The demand was dull throughout, and prices ruled from 6d to Is per head lower than last week's rates, some lots failing to find purchasers at q notations . P rime crossbred wethers, from 16s to 18s 6d : prime crossbred ewes, from 12s 6d to 1 4s 3d ; prime merino wethers, from 1 2s 6d to 15s, according to weight ; a few extra do. | do., from 16s to 16 6d : good merino j wethers from lis to 12s : middling merino wethers, from 9s to 10s ; prime merino ewes, from 9s to I0s6d; extra, to 12s : others, from 6s ; drafts of shorn merino wethers from 7s to 9s 6d, according to quality : drafts of shorn merino ewes from 5s to 6s. Fat Lambs. — The supply was in I excess of requirements. 6000 having been penned, consequently prices ruled a shade lower than former quotations. Prime sold at from 8s 6d to 9s 6d : ...

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

Commercial MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. Younghusband and Co. Ltd., report Wool. — Communication from London with regard to the opening of the Wool sales there on Tuesday is anxiously awaited. In all about 360,000 bales are to be offered. A sale was held in Sydney on Wednes day last, when, competition was keen and a large attendance of buyers present. The first of this season's new clip, the KAY brand, from near I Bourke, offered and sold at 7§d for 56 bales, and 6d for 6 bales, fully late rates being well maintained. Wool is coming freely to hand, and the general opinion of the new clip is, that it is lighter in condition and less burry and of sound growth. Sheepskins. — Competition is much weaker, large catalogues have been offered and mostly all cleared, still prices must be regarded as decidedly lower. Hides. — A liberal demand exists, and all lots are quitted at quotations. Furred Skins. — Though the season io Ijoooming Trell adTrvnccdg lai'ps catalogues are still submitted. Com petit...

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

4„ci/.rjs to Correspondents. RT —The cost of a butter factory ^rEKlilj\1p fromiGOO to LSOO according to Te '.Weofth. toiWins For. buildin* fitted to render it perfectly cool in sum mer the latter figure would be required. a hntter and cheese faetory combined .m from L900 to L1000, that is to provide a prnper storeroom, as cheese has to be kept t«o or three months before it is fit frr issue. As the cheeses have all tote turned from time to time special accomodation is required— especially as tbere is frequency three or four months snnplv of cheese in stock. We should certainlv recommend a butter and cheese factory* combined . for the district, as it I Jigs one great advantage, viz.. it secures a more regular price for the produce of i tije factory. Factory butter seldom brin«« less 'than Is per lb, but during the season of plenty it is liable to come j down to W or lOd, which means pay- j merit of only or 3d at the most per I jrgiion tor milk. As before mentioned cheese lias to be st...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. (TO THE EDITOR) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 12 September 1891

FOOTBALL. (to the editor ) ~ „ __Tbe Freedom Bros, are mdig Iwith some uncalled for remarks 5 the Kiewa Valley correspon ^to the ' Banner ' in bis report vohwn football matcli between fr «ntitfA' and the local club re pro ?*e lan?nase by the players. The K os' trust he will be a littfe more tl^rnvy in the future, as this is ? second occasion that they have vn reported for the same offence. Sbonrii it » his /orfeto speak lady fv he' is not looked on as a ' model perfection. —Yours, &c. _ * p Membkk oe the F.B.

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

WA YS/D E yo TES. The football match between Yack andandah and Osborne s b lat which takes place to-day (Saturday) at the ground of the latter club, is ciusing no small amount of iuterest. The game is expected to be clcse. and although the 'k local bookies offer of even monev is tempting. I would not care upon venturing a bet On the occasion. * A * * T must not omit to welcome our newly- wedded bank manager to the society of Benedicts. \es. be ha.s been away and signed a bill returnable for life. My wish is that at the period of its maturity he will be able to regard it as one of the best banking transactions that he ever entered upon. The happy couple have returned and settled down after a pleasant honeymoon, the weather being all that could have been desired for such a trip. * * * The rude nocturnal perambulations of the bovine race have such an oftect upon some of the townspeople that they are beginning to think of stick ing up1^ notice ' torpedoes laid here. A few inghts since o...

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

Tatvonga. A inagnificient view of the valley for twelve or fifteen miles may be had from the top of the Dividing Range between the Upper Kiewa and Bright. As far as the eye can reach are settlements covering 50.000 acres of land. The fences are sub stantial. a good deal of land is under cultivation : and the homesteads are not only comfortable, but in some in stances, even luxurious. The resi dents, numbering several hundreds are thoroughly industrious, as can be seen at a glance, and their hos pitality on all occasions is unquestion able. At present most of the settlers are about completing ploughing, har rowing, and sowing opei*ations. This has been much delayed on account of the dry weather, and the crops this season will be later than usual. In the upper portion of Tawanga* there are between 400 and 500 acres under crop, and this quantity could be in creased to as many thousand acres without difficulty if a market could be obtained within reasonable dis tance for the produce gro...

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

Correspondence. , ot. ijx anv wan Wfentify »nr with opinions expressed b- ^cor respondents.]

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

General Xews. I ? j The Turks h . Vi forbidden the Jews j o enter Palestine. | General Booth is expected to ar rive at Hobart on the 16th iustaut. The diplomatic relations between Great Britain and Turkey are strained in consequence of the demand of the British Ambassador of an apology for merchant vessels heiuy fired it when passing through the Dardanelles in July last. Greece and Turkey are not the best of friends, and the Greek fleet threatens to take action unless Tur key concedes rediess for the griev. ances under which the Cretans are laboring. A witness befoie the Free Railway Pass Board stated that t le old coach proprietors still got free passes. The Hons. F. Brown and J. S. But are laid up with influenza. The tobacco being manufactured at Whorouly is highly spoken of. Pneumonia i6 very prevalent at Omeo. aud several children have died, Mr Johnson, manager of the Commer cial Bank, died on Tuesday. At the Albury show on Wednes day, Mr W. Steele, of Dederang. was awarded firs...

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

In Metnoriaxn. IN Loviug Memory of ray dear husband, JAMES ALFRED HUNT, who died at Beechworth, September I2th, 1S81. Aged, 43 years. Gone, but not forgotten. Ten years to-day he was called away, And left us here alone, — To sigh aud mourn. Far, far, from him we do adore, With a troubled mind, no rest cau find, Until we meet on the other sb^re. Inserted by his loving wife aud daughters Cl(c ^tutes (With Supplement .) PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1891.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. REV. T. J. WRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 12 September 1891

CHURCH or ENGLAND. Rev. T. J. Wright. Kergunvah, 11 a.m. Gundowring, 3 p.m. Ivergunyah South, 7 p.m.

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Board of Advice, No. 267. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 12 September 1891

' Board of Advice , Jo. 267. ? S* ► - t ? .- - r.-J T'rJVI ? y / - j v ; ;_f 'V f ; The monthly meeting of the above Board was held at the State School on Thursday, Present : Mr Richard son (pjresident), Michelsen, Dunstan, and- Haig. From: Department re request of Board for the appointment of a sing ing master for the Yackandandah State-school, statiug that the visiting teacher, Mr Weir, had been com municated with on the subject with a view to include this school in his time-table. From Department, regarding rent of proposed school at Lockart's Creek, stated that the district in spector reported that if all children attended there would only be an average of 10 or 11, while if one family preferred to go elsewhere, it would be reduced to seven or eight. Under the circumstances the depart ment cannot consent to increase the rent. From Department forwarding copy of specifications for fence round Kiewa State School, and expressing willingness to cany out work if the Board will contrib...

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

Local and General. -i ;u; ? ? Church of England — A meeting of ladies connected with the Church of Eng land was held on Tuesday evenimr, for the purpose of making arrangements for : the forthcoming Bazaar aud Art Union on ; Boxing Day and two following nights in | the Statc-school. A large number of con - | tributioDc of work, money, &c., have been ? received, and both the ? azaar and art ; union are exDected to be a great success. ' The proceeds are to be devoted to roofing the church and erecting a new fence along the front of the church grounds. Stock Sale— Messrs Thwaites and Co., of Tallsniratt*. will hold a stoot sile at Yackandand&h on Monday next. On the same day they will offer some allotments of land situate in Wyndham-street on ac- I count of Mr Peter Wynd. Herdsman. — Applications are invited by the Mining Board for a herdsman far the Yackandandah Goldsfields Common. Ap plications must be sent to Beechworth on or before Saturday the 19th inst., to the man...

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Fifty Pounds for a Guess. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 12 September 1891

Fifty Pounds for a Guess. An ordinarv 'Walker's Whiskey battle ha been completely filled with Dr Fletcher's Pills, securely corked with a cork one inch into tbe neck and sealed and plaiced in the charge of the Commercial Bank, Newtown, Sydney. ' No livinp soul knows how many pills the bottle contains.' We a»ree to divide £50 (fifty pounds) in prizes for the. nearest guesses as to the number of pills con tained in the bottle as follows : — One present of £25 for the nearest guess. „ ,, ,, £10 for the next nearest eruess. „ „ „ £5 for the next nearest 'giiess- . „ „ ,, £4 for the next nearest guess „ ,, ,, £3 for the next nearest guess. „ „ £2 for the next nearest guess, j * ' „ £1 for the next nearest guess. 'Conditions.' : — We make no charge fo-* i the guess, but only purchasers of Dr Flett 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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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 12 September 1891

The Local Government Bill. The long-looked for bill has at last made its appearance in ? the Legislative Assembly, but its re- j | ception at the hands of the country j seems to indicate that it will be a 1 long time before the bill becomes ! law. We incline to the belief that \ the measure will never be passed this session, and moreover that it will be j the keynote far an appeal to the j country. Those shires who are dis- 1 satisfied with the present system of endowment have succeeded in secur- j ing a Bill for a re-adjustment, but the question is whether they are satisSed. Already a- large number of shires are convening special meetings to consider the Bill, and most of these are shires which will benefit largely by the proposed new scale of distribution ; but they want more. We have made a careful analysis of the schedule and find that 46 corpora tions will have their subsidy re duced and 157 will have their sub oidj- increased. The first and second ! class shires will benefit v...

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

Ya&ktindandfLh Railway ? .u. ? The following time table in con nection with the above has been issued by the traffic manager : — DOWN. Express, v. -.£. a. r p m: p m p Melbourne ... — 6.20 — 4.55 Wangaratta ... — 12.15 4.35 9.16 Everton ... 7.25 1.6 5.10 10.9 „ , ,, ar. 8.5 1.55 5.50 ( a.10.58 Beechworth, dep S 20 \ d.ll.13 Woorastee ... 8.43 — — 11.36 Yackandadah, arr* 9.0 — — 11.53 UP. A.M. A.m. p.m. Yackandandah ... 4.35 11.20 — Wooragee ... 4.52 11.37 — „ , ,, ar. ... 5.15 12.0 — Beechworth dep 5 3Q 12 15 2 37 Everton ' .. ... 6.5 12.50 3.12 .„ ar. ... 6.48 — nr. 3.55 Wanearatta dep 7.2* — ar. *4.12 Melbourne, rrr. ... 11.16 — 9.43 ♦ Express. FARES— DOWN. Single Return 1st. 2nd. 1st. 2nd. Melbourne to Wang«ratta 24s 3d 16s 3d — 36s 6d 24s 6d Beechworth 28s 9d 19s 31— 43s 3d 29s Od Wooragee 29s 9d 20s Od — Ms 9d 30s Od Yackand'ah 30s 9 1 20s 6d— 46s 3d 30s 9d UP. Single. Return. 1st. 2nd lst.| 2ud. Yackandandah to Wooragee 0s 10d 0s 7d — Is 3d O^Jlld Peechwor'h 2s 2d Is 5...

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

Migrane. Nervous headaches and neuralgia are tlie first, surest, and most reliable symptoms of of approaching decline of physical health. They are distinctievly nerve pains, an infallible teleerraph message proenosticative of approaching phvsical weakness. They are intimations that the streneth is being impaired. Over- work of any description must result in enervation and enfeeblemeot. of the corporeal structure. This wear and tear (termed by scientists destructive meta bolism) may be brought about by worry, excessive mental or physical labour, by continual attention to business, by bad food, bad air or a'»y acute sickness, the duties of maternity,- the strain of motherhood, dissi pation, and many other onuses. The proper remedy is Clements' Tonic. This must and will cure the worst and most severe cases. This in a positive fact ; it has done it, and will do it again always. We are thu' emphatic because we know we are talkins facts, which the evidence of dis interested persons porve«...

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

this season at D EDERANG The Thorough-bred Stallion, Tempora. TEMPORA. is a bright bay with black points, rising seven years old, and for quality and snbstance cannot be beaten, having gained the following prizes : — Sep tember 3, 1SSS. Sir J. Clarke's premium of twenty pounds for best stallion travelling in the Southern Province likely to get hunter horses, weigh t-carryine hacks and roadsters ; first prize at West Bourke, 1SS9 beating such horses a' Wellesley, who gained first and champion at the Grand National in Melbourne in 18S9 ; first prize at Daylesford, 1SS9 ; first in Tatura 18SS ; second in Echuca ; second in Heathcote ; and first in Kyueton as a yearling. Tempora gained another first prize at Kyneton in 1SS9 again beating Wellesley and Aristides. TEMPORA is by that well-known horse Trinculo, by Caliban (imp) : d»m Brocade by Waverley — Norah by Laurel — Minerva by Lemerlane — Medora by Whisker (imp mare), by Model (imp Arab1) ; grand dam by Shick (imp. Arab) : Caliban by...

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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

Our Melbourne Letter. ;u;' ? .. (From onr own Correspondent.) The inconvenience arising from the infi-anchisement of a large body of public servants becomes manifest when members of parliament., and even ; cabinet, ministers, oome to re gard them more as votei*s, to be con ciliated, than -is men are to be kept np to the performance of duties for which thev are naid out of the Dub lic purse. When a ; body of men of that class use their voting power as a lever for the furtherance of their own interests, regardless of the interests of tiieir paymasters, tlie general pub lic, the time has arrived, if not for an immediate application of the brake, for an examination of the gear, at least, in order to ascertain if it is 'in proper working condition, so that it will act when needed. The meek obedience with which Mr M'Lean received the mandate of the young and stalwart policemen a week or two, and acted upon it, is a case in point. Promotion is not rapid enough for these young fellows. They...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

Shire Hall, Yackandandah. GREAT Dramatic Attraction — Appear- ance of tbe Well-known and Popular Dan Barry Dramatic Go. 1 he Largest and Most Complete Theatrical Organisation Travelling Australia. One Night Only. Wednesday, Sept. 23. On which erening will be presented for the first time here, the Latest London Sensation Comic Drama, entitled A Pla Aof/'TI (* ) The Drama Absorbing ) P 1*001 i of Interest. ^ ) The Day. ' Or the Hand of Pate ' New and Beautiful Scenic Pictures, Thrilling Dramatic Incidents, Startling Situations and Effects, Rollicking Humor, The Latest English and American Songs and Dances. Usual prices. Doors open at 7.15 ; commence at 8 o'clock. Watch posters and pictures on the walls. B. LEVY, Agent. Shire of Yackandandah. SEALED TENDERS ADDRESSED to the President will be received until ten o'clock on THURSDAVj the First day of Octo ber, 1891, for the undermentioned works : — For Road Works Stuckey's Gap, Kiewa. For Clearing briars on Kiewa Reserve and surrounding r...

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