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Mining Nuggets. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

Mining Nuggets. j Bethanga, usually so quiet, was thrown into a wild state of excite ment aboutmidday of Saturday, the 13th instant, by the news that the three' machine sites known respec- I tively as Davies', Sabelberg's, and i Jtnoaes , ana wtiicn naa oeen tor some years past in- possession of the Wal lace - Bethanga Company, had been taken up by Mr W. B-. Robinson -under miners' rights. We learn that Mr Robinson contends that the re gistration of the Waliace-Bethanga Company; in respect of these sites is not perfect, the registration and miners' rights both having expired ~hj effluxion of time. Mr Robinson ?pegged out and registered the ground by half -past one p.m., and Mr Wal lace's local representatives, who were evidently taken by surprise, regis tered a little later in the afternoon; The Waliace-Bethanga Company has Tield tbe three blocks, which embrace about 2 acres each, for about ten ?years, and only once before has the company^ right been questioned However, the man {I. ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

I '?] ' * PP' ? ? (Secretaries would ^oblige by sending in their club's engagements for each ' Saturday not - later than Wednes di\v : ' : r '

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Forsaken Wife. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

A Forsaken Wife. Mr Neighbour made n application to Mr Justice Hood in Chambers in Melbourne last week, in the divorce case gf Walker v. JN'al'cer, for leave x to dispense with :thr service of the ~j citation and petition the respon- ' dent. The petitioner-. Lucy Walker, a resident of Yack.-Hi'lwndah, was married to the re-p 'udent. Isaac Walker, on the 25th --t .1-muary, 1876, at Billabong. Xew South Wales. He was at that time a ho;--*? dealer and drover ; but in 1887 b.- went away, without leaving her means of support. She issued a warrant for his arrest on a charge ».f wife deser tion, and he was bixiuirht back in September. 1878. Subsequently he ill-treated her, which necessitated her going to the hospital nt Albuiy. He saw her off, and hitvme given her L2 promised to see Iier shortly, but she had not seen him r-iuce. His Honor: Why did she not rake out a second warrant if she wanted to find him. Mr Neighbour tb««ncht that the action of, the: wife should be rery leniently viewed...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOORAGEE v. INDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

1 WOORAGEE v. INDIGO. j ? (From Our Indigo Correspondent.) The third match for the season , was played between these two clubs last Saturday on tbe Wooragee j ground. G. Bryant skippered the 1 -visitors and G. . McGinndss jdid like j service for the borne .team. There j were a number ot enthusiastic spec tators^ the ground, the fair sex pre dominating,- most of them wearing tbe red and white badge, and very few the blue and white, which, it is needless to say, was one of the causes of our defeat, and hard luck the other. The game resulted as follows : — Wooragee, 1 goal 2 bebinds; Indigo. 3 bebinds. Therefore, Wooragee has succecdedin ' putting us thro' ' twice and we have gained a victory only or.ee out of the three matches played. The number of goals kicked on both sides amount to only three ; and bebinds to fifteen. This, however, enrmot be attributed to inferior foot ball. but to tbe almost equal abilities of the contesting teams. Wooragee, however, are entitled to claim superio...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FREEDOM BROS. v. YACKANDASTDAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

» FREEDOM BROS. v. YACKAN DANDAH. B The Freedom Bros. (Gundowring) paid Y;wkandada1i \ visit on Satur ? clay last, when conclusions were tried ?? with the local footballers. Tlie day ?R was pleasant for an outing, con sequent-ly there was a good atten ? dance of onlookers, including a sprink- 1 S liner of the fair sex. Most of tbe K Yi'\ b-M-s having 'danced' at tbe ? ball tbe previous evening it was ex- j ? pected they would ' pay tbe piper ' j ? on Saturday and sustain a defeat, | B nnd durinsr tbe first balf it appeared j fl| as thon-?h tbe game would be too j ? rinse to be pleasant to tbe Yacks. At j H the conclusion tbe first quarter: ? eacli sMe bad -scored a goal. Tbe Be Freadom Pros, we--1 tbe first to score H the second goal, w.jicii made the local ? -players pull themselves together. Tvick after kick was made for goal j H without success, until the bebinds numbered fifteen. Then number two goal was kicked by Capper, and ? shortly afterwards Watkin scored B the third. At ba...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Eaves-droppings. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

^ JEkives-d roppings. ^ ^ j (Bv a Spabeow.) M My rest was sadly disturbed on Friday night, on the occasion, of the Fancy Dress Ball. I have a little roost just under the roof of the shire hall, but on account of the usual com motion it was impossible to sleep So I set my-elf out for a night's stock-tabtng. At Balls, you know, some little fecencs are sometimes en acted ' behind rbe scenes. and as I was able to indulge in a bird'seye riew' .in. . every sense of the term j very little escaped my notice. j In the first place I noticed several 1 arantlemen who had not brought their j ladies. Says I to myself, Ck There's a orow to pluck ' when they next meet their girls. The precious ''doves' -vere debarred by the rule I have heard so much talk about. Another T r-V* n t- f V»ATT I ll I I I X UUOVl 'tu li. i 'lev bremgjit ^nit '? dove ' . they. wej*e, tletermined to' make the .best of it, ond fastened -*n to somebody else's 'coop.' In other words they were roon scanninir the programmes of ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fancy Dress Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

Fancy Dre$s Sail. The Yackandandah Quadrille Club celebrated the close of their 1890 fortnightly assemblies on Friday evening, the 19th instant, with a Fancy Dress Ball. The season has been fairly successful throughout, the attendance of young ladies, as well as gentlemen, being good. The ball .on Friday iugTit, although not approach ing last year's, was a success, and in the opinion of many would have been more-so. . but for a rule passed at the beginning of the season stipulating that ladies should attend, at least three assemblies in order to be en titled to admission to the Fancy Dress Bail. This had the effect of I limiting the number of ladies, and the gents predominated. It is always advisable in such— gatherings that the ladies should be more nomerons than the gentlemen, as it ia rather tiring for ladies to be called upon for everv dance. If the ladies were in the majority, therefore, they would be able to take an occasional respite. This rale also had the effect of caus ing...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Police Magistrate's Courts. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

Court*. Eowan, P.M.. will attend fei cduris in' this distrifr dnriog the en- fts§| suing nix months as 1 m ' i - - s ; — — v ^ . MITTA MITTA. fl|l Tuesdays, at 9.30 a.m.. October 7, Decpmber 9 Wt Dnrn 1 v; - . i:a C.-rW-r^ Wednesdays, at II a.m., October 22, November 12, D^reniher 7. :fM-. TAU.AX0A iT\. If.;' Wednesdays at 10 October 7, |. 1 November 26. December iV ^ Hi ^ corblon;. ^ Saturdays, at 11 a.m.. October 4, * December 6. - TACKjLSDAN UAH. ^ Mondays, at 11 a.m.. October 13, -j November 3, December I. ^ When opportunity offers. Mr J. - Rowan will also attend the courts - named on other days in addition to * those abovementione^i. . ' ? ? ~ - ?- 1

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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THE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 27 September 1890

? i THE STRIKE. I The Echnca sawmills have stopped work through the strike, there being no demand in Melbourne for its tim ber, and! abou| HK) fmen are1*1 thrown out of employment 'iri consequence. At Sandhurst a public meeting, convened by the local Trades and Labor Council, was held on -Monday, when - resolutions were passed con demning the attitude of the employ ers in not agreeing to a conference. About £8 was handed in in several sums, no collection being made, and an employer, who -did not wish his name mentioned,; gave the secre J ? _£»«/'» ^ At Creswick a meeting was also held on Monday, when resolutions were passed deploring the present crisis, and suggesting arbitration ; condemning the action of the Govern ment in calling out the , militia : and opening a subscription list in aid of the strikers. Mr Peacock. M.L.A., occupied the chair. Mr H H. Champion, the English labor delegate, has a private fortune of his own. and srave up a commission in the English lAjrmy tp take np...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 October 1890

General News. ? :o: ? Last week a young man named Hector Anderson, alias A Evans, was charged at the police court, Albury, with passing valneless cheques. It appears that Anderson came to Albury recently, and lodged at one of the lead ing hotels representing that he was a cattle agent. He also passed himself off as a representative of the Aus tralian Loan, Mortgage, and Agency Company, Melbourne. The accused pleaded guilty to the charge of pass ing valueless cheques, and was sen tenced to six . months' imprisonment, with hard labour, on each. . For the ? 200 State-school scholar ships annually awarded by the Minister of Education the competi tive examination will be held on 16th December. Each scholarship will be of the annual value of £10; tenable for three years.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Yackandandah Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 October 1890

Yaclca a -1a n da h JSfind of Hope . ? On Friday, September 26th, about twenty members of the above went down to Allan's Flat, and held a I meeting, which was in every way I .successful. The large audience were ! delighted with the singing, and the style and manner m wnicn rue recita tions and dialogues were rendered. The address by the chairmrn (Mr Bowran) was short, but good, and to the point, and as a chairman he did his- work well. Mr Tredinnick's ad-' dress commanded the attention of all .present. The interest was maintained by givingseveral interesting anecdotes to illusti-ate the subject in hand. Mr Takle acquitted himself well, when he gave the recitation, entitled ' The answer comes from there.' Mr A. Hendy gained the applause of. the applause of the audience by giving a recitation entitled, ' Little Flo.' Mr Cunningham caused a great deal of amusement when he gave the recita tion, 'Two Brothers.' .Miss Ward did credit to the Band of Hope when she recited, Bessie.' Miss A. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mutual Improvement Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 October 1890

Mutual Improvement Society* 1 '.Tte5TV)Ang '-STen^ u men| Society is making rapid strikes in tlie direction t -f '^LdvaSK56ment, and the enthusiasm with which the j matter 1 is entered 'into by the youth ful, as Well as thosfe- bordering upon manhood is praiseworthy. The society started a couple of months ago with only 16 members, and now the roll numbers over - forty. J -The meetings , each week have also been of an in teresting character. Thursday, the 25th September, was 'open night,' on which occasion , songs and recitation were the order of the even ing, The majority of those who took part in the progratnm'e 'made their debut, and on the whole did very well, There were a lew oldsters, now ever, who did credit- to their respec tive renditions. Messrs C. E . Hatters ley, Roper and Nette, are specially deserving of mention- Mr Hegge, the president of the society, occupied the chair. The following was the programme : — ' Explanation of : the Aims and Objects of the Society,' i Mr F...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Police Magistrate's Courts. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 October 1890

Police istrnt-c'fi Courts. j Mr J.' Rowan, P.M., 'will attend courts in this district during the en suing six months as under: — ? '?* MITTA MITTA. Tuesdays,' at 9.30 a.m., October 7, December 9: , .HKTHANOSA. Wednesdays, at 11 a.m., October 22, November- 12, December. 7/. j TALLANGATTA. Wednesdays at 10 a.m., October 7, November 26. December 3. CORBLONG. Saturdays, at 11 a.m., October 4, PecfmptepG. ^ ,, y ^''T^CKAWD!A.NI)AHiS --i- / U j November 3^- December li*s m y - ? * - ?-: ; . . ; named onotber odays an Inddition to those aho^nien^Sired^1^?!t',£_-J!j»;_'i/^/'^ f 1 JH'I1 ' Influenza %ain mkde it® «ppe»r ifeiein BferlHana^lko

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Chilled Meat Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 October 1890

The . Chilled, Meat InditMry. At the invitation of the promotors of the movement, - Mr R. Hudson, managing director for Hudson Brothers Limited, Sydney, attended a meeting, of the provisional directors in the proposed Cold Storage and Transit Company, at Aliens Hotel, . Wpdonga, onFriaay last. The gather ing was a very representative one, in cluding Mr Henry Hoy t, of Fitzroy ; Mr G. Glnssford, of MafFra; Mr O. F. W. P'almer, of Messrs Palmer | Brothers, Wangaratta; besides the principal pastoralists of the district. Mr Hudson detailed at length the plan adopted by his firm in running chilled cars in New South Wales, and claimed that the success with which his venture had met inthat colony had exceeded his most sanguine . expecta tions. The country-ldlled meat was acknowledged in 'Sydney to be a superior ai'ticle to that killed in town, a^idi consumers gladly paid an in creased price for the former. He suggested ^that the pastoralists of the district sbonJd guarantee to supply a cer...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 October 1890

GAZETTE . Last week's Gazette contains the following notices : — Mining lease liable to be forfeited — Beechworth district, Mitta Mitta division, lessee H. Sullivan, area 23a. Ir. 15p. Mining lease and watei -right license declared void — Beechworth district, locality Stanley, lessees R. McAliece and another, area 7a. Ir. 34p. Area of agricultural and grazing land increased, and 'auriferous lands diminished — Block A 300 acres, parish of Wooragee, formerly held by M. Hickey. Block- 24a, 18 acres, parish of Myrtleford, formerly held by Margaret B. McFadyen. Application for grant approved — Michael Cain, Yackandandah, 19a. 2r. lp Renewal of licences approved — Ah Chung, 20acres, Gundowring: Edward Jessup, sen., 20a., Murmungee : Alfred Jessup, 20 acres, Murmungee ; John Murphy, 29a.. Berringa ; Duncan McFadyen, 13a., Bright ; Daniel O'Neill, 20a.. G-undowring; Frederick Paul, 30a., Myrtleford ; Peter Birtles, 208a., Wooragee ; Edward P. Cham bers, 470a., Myrtleford ; Walter Chambers, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Illegally Detaining a Horse. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 October 1890

Illegally A case of a horse Albury, being pla^m. W Henry Murphy, of GundowrAi§[, defendant. absence, of Mr J. Wilkinson, appeared for the defendant. The defendant did not dispute theownershipoftliehorse, 'his iieaspn. for .not giving up the animal'^ ijeing'.t^at he/liadrnot Jieen paid forj the grass which it tad con sumed and.f or the cost pf ah adyei r tisement notifying that it had strayed into his paddock.- The plaintiff gave evidences that he had bought the colt in question, which was branded:!?, from Chenery Bros., in Alhury,, for L4. He had missed the colt shortly after purchasing it, and, having learnt by a letter he got from defen dant that it was running in defen dant's paddock, he wrote1 to Nr J. » Larson, of Kiewa, to pay defendant' 30s', he claimed as expenses for tlie grazing of the animal. At the same time he felt that defendant was not en titled to receive anything, his proper course being to. impound the colt. The nearest pound was at Wodonga, 35 -miles away. Mr Laws...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 October 1890

WESLEYAN CHURCH Yackandandah 11 a.m, Mr Darton. Myrtleford 7 p.m., Rev, Tredinnick Stoney Creek, 1 1 a.m., Rev Tredinnick. Buffalo River, 3 p.m., Rev Tredinnick. Myrtleford, Monday, 7.30, Rev Tredinnick.

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CUDGEWA. September 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 October 1890

CUDGETTA . (From a Correspondent.) September 2(0. Bobze introducing my/coi-resp^ii-. dencp I must congratulate Yackau idandah upon being tie possessor of. a paper; of her own. Being an old Yack resident I was touch pleased to j receive a copy of the ' Yackandandah ! Times ' a week or two since. Our little village is maKing striaes toward becoming a town; improve ments are showing here and there and more talked of. A piesent we have two stores, a. cordial factory, a butchery, boot and shoe shop, a smithy, post office, public hall, and a pretty brick chureh under Wesleyan denomination, but used by ministers of other creeds; to the hall is attached a large circulating library and free reading room. These buildings are all together in what we term the centre or town. About a mile or so further on the main road we have the large flour mills owned by Mr Briggs. Another store is about being erected by Mr McKa^y, of Corryongp near the post-office store, arid u iiy^butcher y nearly completed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 October 1890

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH REV. F. ELLIOTT [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 October 1890

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. F. Elliott Kergunyah, 11 a.m. Sandy Creek, 3 p.m. Huon's Lane, 7 p.m. PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. (With Supplement.} SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4^ 1890.

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