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CATHOLIC CHURCH. REV. FATHER FITZGERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

CATHOLIC CHURCH. Rev. Father Fitzgerald. Osborne's Flat, 11 a.m. j ( With Supplement.) PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1891

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

STANLEY. (From Our Own Correspondent.) The following crushing have been put through the Blue Ribbon Battery — Wilberforce Bros., 19 tons l4oz ; W. Collins. 12 tons. 4oz 9dwts ; J. Burgess, 12 tons. 6oz : Johnson and Co.. 15 tons for 6oz lOdwts : W. Col lins, 20 tons for llozs: Wilberforce Bros-, (mullock), 50 tons for 5oz. i W. Collins bought the recent find of Butters and McKenzie forL20, and according to appearance it is a good bargain. Brady ar.d Beard are unable to get down with their new shaft, the water being too heavv. Seddon and Black are still raising good stone ; also Johnson and Son. They are still getting some good stuff' in O' Neil's paddock; Mr Tre wick getting loz. 7dwt to tjie tub. There has been over SOOoz. taken out of this 'paddock with the tub and cradle within the last 12 months by five men v 'high '-«* l5oz to the tub being' obtained. \ ^ L ,Qii Satu i-day night we had a visit fronr the Beephworth Temperance -^nion. and it wa| decided to forni a branch in Sta*t...

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

W A YSID E KOTES. The story of the very obliging man is, I suppose, known to many. Tins individual was always very attentive to everybody. Iu travelling he was ever ready to hand out the pai-cels. Ladies especially earne in for a good share of attention, and invariably the poor fellow was getting himself into hot water. On one occasion 'he was paying a visit to ( we 1 1 tor tne sake of convenience we sjiall say Melbourne). His luggage consisted of a carpet bag only. The compart ment was pretty full and contained a lady, who had no small stock of handbags, parcels &c., &c.. as is usually the case with ladies. This lady had to get out at Euroa and as the Express does not stop there verv linsr, of course the obliging man very busily set himself to work to get out the pai-cels. Thev were stacked on the platform, and off goes the train. At the next stopping station a gentleman, who had arrived at his journey s end looked about for his parcel. The ever-obliging man brought...

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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. REV. J. H. MEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2: PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev. J. H. Meek. Gundowring, 11 a.m. Dederang, 2.30 p.m. Yackandandah, 7 p.m.

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

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

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wodonga and the the New Local Government Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

Wodonga ifnffl the Tfenv IjocoI Go vernment Bill. s The Local Government Bill is the cause of considerable anxiety to the; Wodonga shire council, in view of the threatened abolition of special I grants, and a special meeting was held on Saturday morning. Wo donga has been placed amongst the shires to receive 27s 6d to the pound, which would increase the Govern mentsubsidy to the extent of about £180 a year. But the abolition of all special grants puts a different aspect on affairs, as for the past three years the special grants, to gether with the usual subsidy, have placed the council in the position of practically receiving fully £2 to £1 subsidy. If the alteration proposed is insisted npon it will be impossible to keep the bridges, fencing and road fit for traffic. Some of the bridges are decaying1, and wall require to be rebuilt shortly, and the fencing is down in all directions. It was de cided to send a deputation, consisting j of President Adams and Crs Harkin and Shields, wi...

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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 — 19 September 1891

CHURCH of ENGLAND. Rev. T. J. Wright. Yackandandah, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Allan's Flat, 3 p.m.

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

The Sydney Derby. The Spring Meeting of the Aus tralian Jockey Club commenced on Saturday at. Randwick under favor able circumstances, the weather being fine, and the attendance numerous, many -visitors from Victoria and the other colonies being present. Proceedings opened with the Hurdle Race, which was won by Jiettma, foi Lowed by Bella and Buckley. The disappointing Gatling was made a great, favorite for the Trial Stakes, but again ran badly, and the winner turned np unexpectedly in Affiance, a dead heat for second place being ran by Mitre and Killaloe. The, A.J.C. Derby attracted , seven starters, Stromboli maintaining his positron as favorite up to the fall of the flag,, though many good judges preferred the chance of Oxide, and as the result proved there was but little to choose between the two, Stromboli just winning by half a head, with Aster third a long way behind. The winner is by Chester — Etna, and was bred by the late Mr James White, who sold him and .the other Kirkham...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN CHURCH REV. W. H. FERBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. W. H. Fkrber. Yackandandah, 11 a.m. Murmungee, 3 p.m. Myrtleford, 7 p.m. Mb Robinson. Yackandandah, 7 p.m. Back Creek, 3 p.m.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 19 September 1891

Mr Despeissis, the New South Wales expert on viticulture, gave a very interesting and instructive lec ture on cellar management and the racking of new wines to the members of the Vine and Fruit Growers' Asso ciation and other vi^nerons on Satar dty afternoon last at Barnawartha . .

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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

Migrane. Nervous headaches and neuralgia, are the first, surest, and most reliable symptoms of of approaching decline of physical health. They are distinctively nerve pains, an ' infallible telegraph message prognosticative 1 of approaching physical weakness. They are intimations that the strength is being impaired. Over-work of any description mast result in enervation and enfeebleraent 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 any acute sickness, the duties of maternity, the strain of motherhood, dissi pation, and many other causes. The proper remedy is Clements' Tonic. Tftiis must and will cure the worst and most severe cases. Thia is a positive fact ; it has done it, and will do it again always. We are thus emphatic because we know we are talkins facts, which the evidence of dis interested persons porv...

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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

'x^Ryoicfs ' & SKIN DISEASES, &c. 'Man's body, when 'tis stricken oy diee ise, So surely will the mind be ill at ease.' DR. FRED H0MAN, Licentiate Medical iBoard of Victoria, Licentiate Faculty of Physicians and Sur geons, Glasgow. Diploma from Dublin. (Registered by Act of Parliament in Vic toria, Kew South Wales, Tasmania, and Queensland), May be consulted at his Rooms 155 ELIZABETH STREET, (four Doors I from Bourke-street. MelboUHNK, on NERVOUS DEBILITY, SYPHILITIC, GENORRH-EA, SKIN & PRIVATE DISEASES. Db FREDERICK HO MAN is a legally .qualified Medical Pra-titioner, and has de voted a life-time to the study of Private, Nervous, and Skin Diseases. The great suc cess achieved by him speaks volumes in his favour. It is a success which in totally 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 being hurried in the bloom of youth to a premature and untimely gra...

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

Yackandand ah Hallway ? -u. ? The following time table in con- 1 nection with the above has been j issued by the traffic manager : — DOWN, Express, A.H. A.M. P.M. P.M. .Melbourne ... — 6.20 — 4.55 Wangaratta ... — 1*2.15 4.35 9.16 Everton ... 7.25 1.6 5.10 10.9 & 155 Wooragee ... 8.43 — — 11.36 Ynckandadah, arr- 9.0 — — 11.53 UP. A.M. A.M. P.M. Yackandandah ... 4.35 11.20 — Wooragee ... 4.52 11.37 — Beechworth 5.15 12.0 . - - — Beechworth d-jp g ^ 1JUJ} Everton ? 6.5 12.50 3.12 Wangaratta '— ' ~ at £5* dep. ... i.2* — ar. *4.12 Melbourne, rrr. ... 11.16 — 9.43 ♦ ?'Expre&fc. 1 FAR KS— DOWN. Single Return let. 2nd. 1st. 2nd. , Melbourne to _ Wangaratta 24s 3d 16s 3d— 36s 6d 24b 6-1 Peechworth 28s 9d 19s3-1— 43s 3d' 29a Od Wooragee 29s 9d 0d— 44s r9d 30s 03 1 Yackand'ah 30s 9d 20s6d— 46s 3d 30s 9d' .DP. , c . ?«j[ Single. . ([ Betnrn. 1st '? ^2ad ' '-1st; 2nd. Yackandandah to ' -»-u Wooragee ' 0s 10 1 0sf7-i — l« 3 1 0j|Ud : Beechworth 2s 2d ; lafidj-^a Melbourne Kb J1 ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Yackandandah Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 26 September 1891

irac7can-(l-in -i-zh Railway The following time table in con nection with the above has been issned .by the traffic manager : — DOWN. - Express, A,M- A.M. P.M. P.m. : Melbourne ... — 6.120 — 4.55 Wangaratta ... . — 12.15 4.35 9.16 Everton ... 7.25 1.6 5.10 10.9 Beechworth Rr- 8 5 155 5.50 ( a. 10.5S Keecnwortn, dep 8 2Q | d.ll.I3 Wooragee - ... 8.43, ~ ; . 11.36 f ackandadah, arr- 9,0 — — ,. 11.5$ ' . '. ? up. ;; . V: jlm. a.m. p.m. Yackandandah ... 4.35 11.20 — i Wooragee ... 4.52 11.37 ? 1 Beechworth^- ~ dep. ... 5.30 12.15 2.37 Bverton ... 615,, 12.50 3.12 Wonffaraihffl ? BT. 3.55 : Wangaratta .4^ . , 7.2* — arV*4.lS Udbunme. rrr. ... 11.16 ? = — - 9.43 ^ ?.-/ * 8xpres«; - ¥&RE$^DOWN.r- fiv. I Single Eetum 1st. ? : 2nd. '1st. 2nd. Melbourne to . .:i Waniiar8tta 24s Sd jl58.3dTT368 6d 24s 6d Beechwofth 3d 29s Od Wooragee 29s 9d ^3 tts 9d 30s Od , lr»ckand'ah 30sg9d ^ 6d— 4ba 3d 30s 9d I I1 * , ntotarn. i- . 1st- 2nd. YacWand.andah'fco: ? ' ' ^ ? W Wooragee? /Os lOd? 0s 7ai...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Migrant. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 26 September 1891

Migrant. Nervous headaches and neuralpia are the first, surest, and most reliable sjnnptom^ of of approaching decline of physical health. They are distinctively nerve p:iins, an infallible telegraph mess^g- prognostic^'ive of approaching physical weaknes-. They are intimations that the strenprh is being impaired. Over-work of any description must resolt in enervation and enfeebleme'i' of the corporeal structure. This wear aud 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 any acute sickness, the duties rf maternity, the strain of motherhood, dissi pation, and many other cuses. Th^ proper remedy is Clements' Tonic. This must and will cure the worst and most severe cases. This is a positive fac ; it has done it, and will do it again always. We aie thus emphatic because we know we are talking facts, which the evidence of dis interested persons porve?. Mr H...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fifty Pounds for a Guess. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 26 September 1891

Fifty -Ip^wncts for -A Guksb. - ? An ordinary Walker' Whiskey bottle ha been completely filled ? with? Dr Fletcher's Pills, securely .c'jrked with a cork one inch nto the neck an-J sealed, and placet in the change of the Commercial Bank, Newtown, I Sydney. ' No living noul knows how many I pills the. bottle cnntHin^.'' We asree to ! d vi ie £50 (fifty pounds) in prize* for th \ j nearest g'i'es-es as to the number of pills con- j twine I in the bottle as follows : — J 3ne present of £25 for the nearest guess. „ „ „ £10 for the next nearest hu- ss. „ „ „ £5 for the next nearest- guess- 1 ,r ,, ,, £4 for the next neare.-t guess , „ „ £3 for the next neare-t guess. „ £2 for th^ next nearest guess. „ „ £1 for the next nearest gue^s. ' Conditions.' : — We make no charge for the euess, but only purchasers of Dr Fie t cher's Bilious and Liver Pi'l-5 are eligible bo compete .and the guess must be written -iu one of our printed forms, one of which is wrapped around e^erv shilling box leaving...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 26 September 1891

General yews . ? :0: ? John Bain, who has been on re mand for outi-ag-e recently com mitted at Talbot was discharged by a special justice's order on Saturday at Ballarat. a complete alibi having I been easily proved. At the Eastern Suburbs Amateur Athletic Club sports meetiug on Saturday. W. T. M'Pherson, the champion amateur sprinte, broke the existing records, and made colonial records for the following distances : —120 yards, 12sec : 200 yards. 19 9- 10th sec; 220yds, 22sec. F. J. Dalrymple also made a new record for 8S0 yards, viz., Imin 59 l-5thsec. Alexandre Jacques, who last year fasted for 40 consecutive days at the Royal Aquarium, London, and who entered upon a 50 days' fast at the same place recently, has successfully j completed his task. ! Several members of the Wodonga shire council on Friday waited upon Mr Morkbam, acting secretary for Public Works, and asked for a special grant to assist in maintaining the road from Wodonga to AJbnry across the Murray flats. It was ex...

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GAZETTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 26 September 1891

4 J The foiowing notices appear in last weeks Gazette — Applicabi6ns not granted — Susan McDonal*, 14 acres, Myrtleford ; Baptista jle Piazza, 192a, Barwidgee ; Peter Pifii, jun., 192a, Barwidgee; Denis T-mei\ 192a, Barwidgee ; Neil McE lhe ijvv, 1 9 2a, Barwidgee. Transferred — ^jjChfe Union Trustees Co. Limited to Ellen O'Connor, 45a 3r 4p, \fooragee. Application for gold mining lease refused- — J. Bass, 605a Ir 28p, Indigo (Chilta-n) Division. Applications approved — John Hy. Bullock, 148a, Tangambalanga ; T. H. Loagstaff, 149a, Beethang : Mary Hayej, 261a, Woeeboo: Richard Ryan 87a, Bonegilla. A ?Lost of grazing areas are avail able ;'n the parish of Wabon «?, county of Dslatite, ranging from 1 12 acres to 743 acres. 2500 acres of auriferous lands available in the parish - of Narie-1. county of Benauibra. Mr George Ablett's application for a grant of 19a 3r 36 p, at Myrtleford, ha* been granted. Leases approved — Wm. Griffiths, 200a Sp, Tangambalanga: Jno. C. Keegan, 107a 3r, De...

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GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 26 September 1891

GRAIN MARKET. Dalgety and Company Limited report -Our usual sale being held on Tuesday we submitted about 4500 bags of ? various descriptions of cereals. There was a good attend ance of the trade, and an all-round improvement was noticeable excepting for barley. Wheat. — With strong competition we succeeded in placing prime milling at up to 5s 9d ; medium, 5s 5d to 5s 7d Maize. — Prime (new) 3s ; inferior, 2s. Oats. — There was large business, and we cleared nearly every line offered — Stouts, 2s 4|d to 2s 6d ; Danish, 2s l|d to 2s 3d ; Tartarians, 2s 2d to 2s 3d ; Algerians, Is 10^d to Is ll^d ; Cal cuttas, Is 9d. Barley. — Medium malting, 2s lOd ; prime do, 3s Id.

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lecture at Barnawartha. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 26 September 1891

lecture at Harnaicartha. — :0: ? M. Despiessis, Government lec turer on Viticulture in New South Wales, read, before a meeting of vignerons, at Barnawartha. on j Saturday last a very instructive and exhaustive paper 011 ' Racking and Cellar Management of young wines.' : Mr C. Morris took the chair and there was a large number of vigner ons present. As the paper read by M. Despiessis I is about to be published along with others, in book form, we will but give j a brief synopsis of the lecture . | The lecturer said he would pass ; lightly over the mechanical process of wine making that he might more fully demonstrate some of the phenomena noticeable in young wines. M. Despiessis then explained, the j component parts of wine under j fermentation, and stated that after i fermentation, in the case of red wines, they should be placed in cool cellars to allow of the quicker deposit of cream-of-tartar among the .lees. The complex and assimilase qualities which made wines of such medicinal v...

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