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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

General yews. A- -snake charmer named Davis was arrested on Friday at Albury charged with inSdlting . behavour. Davis had captured several snakes on the Murray Flats with the inten tion of giving a display of his powers in snake charming, but early in the week he released the snakes in the main street, causing a great scare ? ? i -n-j r\. . uutu 111c rcjjuies were Kiiieu. ui Friday he obtained another snake, and was giving an open air perform ance ay hen the police interfered. Davis resented their interference, and made an attempt to strike the constable with the snake. Eventu ally Davis was removed to the lock up by two constables, and the reptile was killed. A Roman Catholic congress now sitting at Dantz, in ; Germany, has been considering means to secure the re-establishment of the temporal power of the Pope. The Italian Government has addressed a diplo matic note to the German authorities drawing their attention to the con gress, at which the peace of Italy is being thus interfe...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mining at Saudy Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

Mining at Sandy Creek. ? -rv ? M'Glenchy has just started crush ing at Sandy Creek from his Lock hart's Creek reef. An ounce to the ton is expected. The shaft is now nearly 200 feet deep. The grass hopper has finished sinking, and stoping will soon be started. This mine is looking well. Fairbain's Rainbow Reef has struck the stone, which is of a very hard nature. The shoot is about 3ft. long. Gold has been struck in a tunnel that is beiny put into the reef opened by Mr M. M'Gill and Captain Dixie some 3 ears ago. The prospects are fair. Several other parties are at work, with fair prospects. I' A nson has started a tunnel into a reef he opened some 12 years ago. It then averaged 6 oz to the ton, and he .is still sanguine the gold is there yet, but it will take \ about six- weeks or so to furthur j prove the. venture. Scheinmeister and patty are on gold, having got their tunnel in. This should prove a good thing, judging from the surface returns, A. Crowe has about 20 tons at '-grass...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Strange Disappearance. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

A Strange Disappearance. ' ? - ? ? 1 :o:^ — — r - - s The extraordinary . disappearance of the military clerk, On the eve of his marriage .with a lady at Kew, com tinues a mystery, for despite the efforts of his friends and tbe police, no clue to his. whereabouts has yet. been found. In order that the police shoiild interest themselves heartily in the case, and do their utmost, to Una Griffiths or his dead body, a warrant has been issued against him for deserting the service of the Defence | department, and that warrant has been placed in the hands of experi enced officers for execution. They have found, on investigation, that Griffiths arrrived in Victoria rather more than six years ago from Wales, almost immediately joined the Per manent Artillery, and by his exem plary conduct rapidly won promotion and the esteem and respect of all who knew him. They found him to be possessed of some money, all of which, save so much as he had already laid out on the purchase of furniture and bri...

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 — 19 September 1891

MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET. Fat Sheep. — The market was again fully supplied, 27,000 having been yarded. A large proportion were well suited to trade require ments. For good to prime qualities the demand was inactive, while other descriptions met a dragging sale, and prices ruled slightly easier than former' quotations. Merino ewes were difficult to quit at low figures. Best crossbred wethers, from 16s to 17s: best crossbred ewes, from 12s 6d to 14s : prime merino wethers, from 12s 6d to 14s 6d ; extra merino wethers, to 16s ; good merino wethers from lis to 12s: middling merino | I wethers, from 9s to 10s : prime merino ewes, from 9s to 10s 6d : extra merino ewes, from lis 6d to 12s : others from 6s ; drafts of shorn merino wethers from 7s to 9s : draffs of shorn merino ewes from ,5s to 6s. Fat Lambs.— The market was heavily supplied, 7000 having been penned, which consisted chiefly of middling descriptions. Prime lots were in fair repuest, while other sorts were dull of sale. Prices r...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

GAZETTE. { Tbe following notices appear in last week's Gazette : — ? Transfer — James Schollard to John Scbollard, *?89a I r 89p, Burrowye. Leases approved— Geo. Morrison, 100a 20p, Barwidjiec ; Georgina Sutherland, 97a lr3lp, Wooragee North ; Margaret Jor dan,' 319a lr 14p, Beetbang ; Wm. Irons, sen_ 95a 2r I7p, Bruartng : Walter Puall, | inn, 148a 2r 39p, Brnarong; Isabella A. I Kobui8on. 63a 2r, Yackandandah ; Thos. Kendall, 70a 36p, Yackandandah. Grant approved— Wni. H. Goodyer, 3r 34p, Wooragee North. * Grazing areas available— 765 arces, being allotment 22, parish of Canabore, and for feited by Maria Kenna ; 477 acres, being' ; allotment 1'12, pari& of Bruarong, for feited by Owen Conroy. Wate-right License Expired — W. Ellen, i 3a 3r 12p,. parish .of Murmungee. Minibg Leaaes issued.— 327 acres to«H. McGowan, W» Blew«-tt; J. Balph, A. Clingin, and J. 'McCullongb. Yackiindan' dab ; 21a 7p to W. BlewettjYai^andan dah 27a 2r 6p. to Chiltern iFree Qnartz M. C6.^: tv'thdijK...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

GRAIN MARKET. Messrs Dalgety and Co. report :— We submitted a catalogue of about 3500 bags of grain to a- good atten dance of the trade. Competition was fairly animated for wheat and oats, while other cereals were neglected. Wheat : We succeeded in placing nearly every line offered at for prime milling, 5s 2£d to os 3d ; medium. 5s : fair, 4s 9d to 4s lid ; faulty. 4s 5d to 4s 6d. Pollard, Is, Oats, Algerian, 2s : Tartarian and feed sorts. 2s 2d to 2s ; medium stout, 2s 3|d to 2s 4d : Calcutta, Is ; lOd. Barley, Cape 2s. '

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Answers to Correspondents. TO ENQUIRER. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

Answets to Correspondents. To Enquirer. Sir, — In your last issue A.B. wishes to know when ' Farmer' took first prizes at Albury and Chiltern shows. I have not advertised that he did take first prizes at these shows, but that his stock did ; ' Farmer's' stock took a first prize at last week's Albury show. I do not know how A.B. came to mis-read my advertise ment. He cannot complain of bad print, so I conclude he needs spec tacies. Mr Rome, Chemist, Yackan dandah, sells them I believe. Yours truly, &c., M. Ivebs.

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YACKANDANDAH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

YACKANDANDAH MARKET. Yackandandah Maret. — Messrs J. \ W. Thwaites and Co. report having held their us'al stock sale at Yack andandah on the 14th inst, when they yarded 150 head of local cattle to a large attendance of buyers, and succeeded in disposing of every hoof. They quote — 3 yrs bullocks, to L3 18s ; cows, from L2 17s 6d to L3 6d ; heifers, from L2 to L2 1 8s ; steers and heifers, from Ll 10s to LI 15s. At above prices they sold drafts for Messrs H. Murphy, Jno. M'Gee, Jno. Kendall, Guy Beatty, W. Paull, A. Blair, and others.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Albury Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

. ( vAlburj/^ Show. , if.'.-'Mit 'The Albury Show held last week was & great snccess. We notice by the ' Ovens, and Murray' ^ that the following Vietoiian exhibitors weie successful : ' Zwar Bros took first prize for leather, Messi^ Cunningham andH! 'S^ack^ndsin^ah, beinsr second : ' for a splendid colfec tion of pbultty ;eJdlibited by Mr O. H. Davis, Beechworth, he succeeded in gaining double the points of any other exhibitor, appropriating the special prize of £3 3s given by ilr John Grieve, for the best collection of poultry. Mr William Fisher jnn (Bowman's Forest) carried off several prizes for cereals. Mr Row land Hughe's (Greta) magnificent thoroughbred horse ' Middlemarch' easily defeated all-comers in his class. The same gentleman secured first prize for one-year-old filly, by Middlemarch. Mr Matthew Mit chell (Tallangatta) scored a victory with his pony stallion '* Rory O'More,' the little model being much admired. Mr Mitchell was also awarded first prize for best s...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEECHWORTH STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

BEECHWORTH STOCK MARKET. Messrs F. T. Moore and Co report : — -We held our usual fortnightly sale on Wednesday last, when we had a jpod supply of fat cattle and sheep yarded, also a few stores. There was a full attendance of buyers, and prices realised for all sorts were highly satisfactory. at light-weight bul locks, from £5 to L7 10s ; cows, from L3 16s to L4 10s ; vealers, isrom 54s to L£ 13s. We (sold ..drafts for Messrs O'Donnell, Rich^flfeofe, Hodge, Spink, Lee, Tliornhill and others, at. fall rates; Store Cattle. — We sold a. .small l^ne ~of threeyear old bulloo&8, in: baekwkrd condition, at L3 13s 6dt for Mr Binke. ; Sheep.— -We sold fat merino wethers in the wool to 10s; shorn merino wethers at 6s lOd. Several small lines of mixed, sheep sdld at from. 48 3d to 3d. . - ;? Pri vate Sales^ — -Privately we have ?Isold 1017 nlbrinb ? wethers for Mr Ridgway. We have for sale pri- , vately several fine lines of store wethers and bnllocks§

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Chiltern Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

Chiltern Show. The Chiltern, Barnawartlia aiad Indigo Agz-icultural and Horticul tural Seciety's annual show which opened, on Tuesday .was a great suc cess ,* loOC persons were present. The prize list included : — Hor-ses. — Draught . horse : 1st prize, jrnnce ; secona, General cor don. Entire, ops old: 1st, Stanley. Mare, in foal : 1st, &. Trumble : second, Dickson and Sons. Blood entire : 1st, H. Hoysted's Old Land slip. Blood mare, in foal : 1st, D. P. M'Cormick ; 2nd, ' W. Boui-ke. Hackneys and roadsters. — Entire to get weight carriers: 1st, Reid's Landslip ; second, All Gold. Mare, to produce weight carriers : 1 st, Jas. Scott ; 2nd, D. P. M'Cormick. Hunter, to carry 12st over hurdles : 1st, R. Hart's Highlander ; 2nd, Chance. Hackney, up to 15st : 1st, M. Mitchell ; second, R. Hart. Ladies' Hack: 1st J. Sisely. Pony Hunter: 1st, M. Tobin's Highland Lad ; second, Slow Jack. The handi cap trot : 1st, J. A. Sutherland. Hack race : 1 st, Miss Milton ; second, Riverfcon. C...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WODONGA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

fSoDQNGA MARKETS. \ « P ' i3 i Me8frs Pearson, Rowe, Smith and fCo. report^-Aboat 1000 head were yajpded11: on : Friday, llth, being 'fl^ldla^bld^ers, which |.rri^ad in '4 i*^^er low condition, owing to the heavy roads. There was a fair attendance of bsyers, and prices equal to late rates. They sold 600 bullocks for Messrs Hollenshead and Hazelrigg, Planet Downs, Queens laid, at from L3 6s' to L3' lis, a few culls lowp.r. Messrs Dougharty and Parker re port having held their last Wodonga sale on Monday, 14th instant, the Friday previous being a public holi day. They yarded a large number of j cattle of all descriptions also several lines of sheep to a good attendance of buyers. Competition was brisk aud all fattening bullocks were placed at improved rates. Other des criptions of cattle also showed an advance. Sheep were in goed de mand and sold readily.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

MELBOURNE ^PREMIERSHIP. The fpotbsll matches played on Saturday last, in which all the'dnbs com p« ting were fingularly -well matched, finally settled the questional premiership , f or even should the Essendon c ub now be beaten in both its re msiningT.engaeementS-witli Footscray and North Melbourne — a rather remote contin gency— ;Carlton , the Second highest club on the list, cannot by wirning all its matches deprive the Efsendori plaverstf their lead. Essendon'^ victory over'Fitzroy on Saturday would not have been suflBcient to give them the coveted honor beyond all question of doubt, but the fact that Melbourne was able to -make a draw'with Carlton finally settled ft. Tbe Essendon club has been in existence^ jearf, and has been playing for - 14 years as a senior twenty. Although it lias been frequently runner-up in the com petition, this is tbe first occasion on which it has gained the premiership. The follow ing are 'the results : — Essendon beat Fitzroy, 4 goal* 1T: behinds to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

Auctions. TrA^^oaggs. n T. A. Knaggs, AUCTIONEER, '* MYRT LEFO RD HAS Several Valuable Properties for Private Sale in various parts of tie . Kiewa and Ovens River Districts* ? REGULAR SALES of LIVE STOCK held in MYRTLEFORD EVERY ALTERNATE TUESDAY. Sale at Y agkandatidah. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 30th, At One o'clock. TA. KNAGGS instructed by Mr. Jas. Rtan will sell by Auction, as above — SIX-ROOMED HOUSE and BLACK SMITH'S SHOP (Freehold) with 35 feet frontage to High -street, j Yackandandah. AIs , — Household Furniture and Effects, j Double Bedsteads. Chest Drawers, Tables, Horse-hair Couch, Chairs, | Saddle and Bridle, &c., also one j complete set of Blacksmith's Tools. | Terms at Sa'e. T. A. KNAGGS, Auctioneer, Myrtleford. J. W. Thwaites & Co. JW. THWAITES & CO. will hold . SALES of LIVE STOCK as under : — CORRYONG, monthly market, Saturday, September 19th. MITTA MITTA JUNCTION markat, Mouday, 21st September. WO DONGA Fortnightly Market, Friday, September 25th. TAL...

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

' WATCKl.CM) hotel, (OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.) BIGH STREET. YACKANDANDAH. „tt» established commercial 0LL ' HOUSE. Frank Entra - Proprietor. BFGS to return thanks to the Public Generally for support accorded him in - |st and hopes by strict attention to Xeir requirements to receive a fair measure of ? ? every accommodation fob VISITORS AND FAMILIES. A First-class Cvisixk G-uai-anteed. Oniy the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits kept. first-elas? Sample Room Bath. &c. Superior Alcock s Billiard Table. Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND LOWlvS COACHES. STAR HOTEL YACKAN DAN DAH. 1 P. McDermott - Proprietor, DESIRES to intimate to his numerous friends of Yackandaudah and public generally, that be has takeu the above well known hostel ty, and trusts bv strict atten tion to the requirements of his patrons to receive a lair share of support. First-class Accommodation for Travellers. Best Brands of Ales, W ines and .Spirits only kept. Albion Hotel ...

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

j MKLBOUBNE ^|6l MARKET. | ;Younghusband a^^GJo. Ltd reports £ Wbol.— —Che Lofidon wool !sgkles| opened onthe Sth iusfci wph aSrery| large attendance of houiie and fomgiftl ljuyers Tbe quantity of 'WooV brought forward was 428,000 bales, - but between 60,000 and 70,000 of which went? direct to the mills, leav ing some 360,000 bales available for the auctions. This included* some 12,000 bales of old stock. On . the opening day the offerings were of Tin ? inferior quality, and prices showed a decline of 5 on merino, and from 2| per cent to 5 per 'cent on cross-bred. It is not so-easily to ac count for this decline as the money market was reported to- be in a highly satisfactory condition, and no heavv stocks were on hand. One very possible reason is that the large hotne and foreign buyers having sent representatives to this market to buy direct, but their anticipated heavy purchasers has had a depress effent, on the Londot sales. Local lv I wool is now beginning to move [ freely into ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. CHENERY BROS. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

Commercial. CHENERY BRO-v. REPORT. Chenery Bros report having held their usual fortnightly market at the Municipal Yards on Wednesday, 2nd September, when they yarded 150 fat and store cattle and 250 fat sheep. The attendance of buyers was good, and biddings were brisk throughout. Fat Cattle:— 100 forward, consist ing of from good to extra prime quality. The demand was good and prices equal to late rates. Best fat bullocks sold at from £9 to £9 15s, good £8 to £8 10s, middling from £6 ; . best fat cows (light) £6 to L6 10s, good L5 to L5 10s. They sold drafts -for Messrs R. C. Cooper, E. K. Grace, W. Heriot, G-uy Bros, and western agents; j Store Cattle : — 50 yarded. They sold 25 steers for Messrs Guy Bros at L4 4s, and small drafts of local cattle at full rates. Fat Sheep : — A very small supply improved fully Is tter head. Wtiej «ckd5i50.f^ ames CummiuiTat Bros have sold privately 8000 merino , Messrs Matthews and Mahedy ; and | through their Melbourne agents SO fat bullocks and ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. OSBORNE'S FLAT v. YACKANDANDAH [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

FOOTBALL. ^ -= - - i it tt * -Osborne's flI!t vrraMilDAme -* The aho^Satcb; whttHTraa been IqpgM ^orwarf tp by fajir? of -football forborne 4reeks-4-ast, catfte*off on -totup1ay last. -The -weather, although j^oinewbat, showery in the forenoon, cleaned towards the approach of the time fixed for ; -♦lie match to start, and remained so for.1' the -rest of the day The attemlancewas very 'Jarge, fully 400 persons being present. 'Yackites to the extent of lOOleit the town -for the scene of operations, and all the -vehicles in the town being bespoke a, day ''beforehand, a four-horse drag was procured -from Beechworth, and even that was not ; Sufficient, so rather than 11 miss it ' others 2' padded the Hoof.' The Flat folks looked -upon the event as a ' red letter ' day, and 'both sexes turned out as if determined -that their representatives would not lack supporters. On the line up, A. Priestly, .captain of the visitors, seemed confident of success with his team, who numbered off as follo...

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Stallion Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

[?] The following sU|,ionij in this paper : - e ' Banner' M. I vers, D pnetor. h ' Cannon '-J. ScholUrd, Iiruarn pnetor. °n8.prji THOROUGH Ul{ t;i,s 4 Game W. Hi^i08on T B proprietor. ' #0&|J| ' Tempura M. Ivers, D0(W ' 9 prietor. °aef*Dg, ^11 ' Stock-bridge McCulloa«rh * n ® Taugambalnuga, propr&!or^ ^pf POM' STALLIOX. ' Champion '—Jas. EeiH TanMml, , Propriet. k-;. Investigations have pr0Ve!j t Jjlj robberies at the Warra»aj have been systematical 1 v Ci! for some time. * 'ej At the next general elee^ - in Chili universal suffia?e J! the electoral system adopted ' ^ || The estate of the late Smith pn whose experiments in endearo^, 1 dicover a specific for rust ic have kept his name before * for some years past. js r j Jf* L 16, 112. l!-' [ A case is being brought bv J,-; Arthur Gardiner to rtvnver 'a ^ s share in the Mount Wills Cnnc'i 1 mine, or a sum of LlO.fXKi,^' ground of being a partner in the coveries made on the urr-~mn4 taken ^ under lease. The case ha- ^ ...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

Local and GetteraZ. ? :0: ? Fourth Page. — On our fourth page will be found our usual Melbourne Letter, an account of the Sydney Derby races, and a record of the Wodonga Shire's meeting in j opposition to to the Local Government Bill. Theatrical. — The Dan Barry Drama tic Company will appear in the Shire Hall, Yackandandah, for one night only, on Wednesday, 23rd September. The com bination is one of the largest travelling the provinces of Australia, and retains its hard-earned reputation. The performers number 23, and, as all the pieces produced by the management are to be mounted with suitable scenery and appointments, they should be presented in a very attractive ; manner. On the above night mentioned, the great London sensational comic drama, entitled, ' Proof ; or the Hand of Fate,' will be produced, the sole Australian rights of which belong to Dan Barry. The piece is *aid to be at present enjoying a prosperous run throughout England and America. It has the reputation of being ...

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