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DEDERANG. Wednesday, Oct. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 October 1890

DEDERANG, (From Our Own Correspondent.) Wednesdav. Oct. 1. The new proprietors of the Dederang station have found it advisable, after a short trial, to remove the sheep witn which they had stocked, and re-stock it with cattle. This has been occasioned by the ravages of the dogs, the latter especially. Many of the sheep are also badly affected with foot-rot, which indicates that the place is too wet for sheep. Uur neighbours at txundowring having so successfully organised a Football Club, have resolved, now that the football season is over, to start a Cricket Club. For afew seasons there was a Cricket Club on Dederang, but last season it collapsed for want of support. I suppose that the Dederang cricketers will join the Freedom Brothers. In . your advertising columns there appears a long list of work, for which tenders are invited by next meeting of the Shire Council, but nothing is to be done to the road between Dederang and (-u.ndowring. - A peti tion is being signed drawing the at...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Railway Time Table. FROM MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 October 1890

Railway Time Table. 'PROM MELBOTTRKE. ; a.m. .p.m. p.m. Melbourne, dep. — 6.20 : 2.55 4.55 Seymour .... 8.50 5.19 6.37. Wangaratta ... . .12.15 8.59 9.16 Springs ... ? 12.48 9.51 9.46 Chiltern . ; 1.6 10.ll — r- Barnawartha ... 1.16 10.25 — Wodonga ... 1.40 10.50 10.23 Albury ... 1.50 1110 10.48 a.m. . a.m. a.m. Sydney, arr — 6.0 6.33 11.40 TO MELBOURNE:! a.m. a.m. a.m. Sydney, dep. — 5.15 — 9.0 Albury (Syd. time) 6.10 6.50 2.15 Wodonga ... 5.53 6.35 2.0 Biarmawartla ... — 7.14 3.0 Chiltern ... — 7.30 3.16 Springs' ...' 7.50 7:50 3.36 Wangaratta 6.57 8-19 4.7' Seymour ' ... . 9.27 -11.50 7.38 Melbourne, ar— 11H6 2.32 9.43 { ,? . ' ? - * 1 ? r ? ? [ . ITTRTLEFORD TO EVERTON. ? ' ; I. , .; a*m.. - pjn. Myrtleford, dep— i ;5,18 . 2.25 Palmerston 5.31 2.38 Bowman's Borest ... ' 5.44 2.51 Ev'erton,ar — ! 6.8 3.15 WODONGA TO BOLGA. ? a.nj. , a,.m. p.m. [Wodonga, dep— 6.20 10.30 2.10 East Wodonga ... 6.35 10.45 . 2.20 Betbanga Boad 6 55 11.5 2.36 Huon Lane ... 7.55 11.25 2.^1 Bolga, ar— .....

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 October 1890

Local and General. Supplement. — With this issue we pub lish a supplement containing 14 columns of reading matter. A serial tale is com menced, entitled, 'My Lady's Revenge,' which should be interesting in the home circle. M.U.I.O.O.F. — At the fortnightly meet ing of the Yackandandah Lodge, on Wed nesday evening arrangements were made for the celebration of the anniversary. It was decided that a grand ball and supper ? J shonld be held on Friday, November 21st, ticketsfor admission to which will be 10s 6d. The Hon. J. A. Wallace and Mr Craven, M.L. A. are to be invited. Unwelcome Visitor. — A few days ago Yackandandah was visited by a man who is supposed to be wanted by the detectives/ Some days before a man named Johnson, I obtained jewellery from Mr Way, of j Bourke Street under false pretences, and j it is supposed that he made for the Beech - worth district. - The man who arrived in Yackandandah answers the desciiption He came by the evening coach and left again next morning. D...

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

Special Medical Notice. All -;Disea«fc * r pletely Cured by Herbal Magnetic Treatment. Chronic Sufferers should not fail to ?'imW# Im Mr H. E. Kugelmann, ' CONSULTING HERBALIST and ELECTRIC, Of 172 y^IhLJAM-.STREaLT, Melbourne. ALL CONSULTATIONS FREE Notice. — If preferred, a signed agreement given, which, provides that no cost is incurred in the event pf a cure not being effected. AS*' Mn.' Hi' fE.: : KUGELMANN 'cannot, ? - possibly (visit personally every town : in Victoria ' andadjacent colonies,, and in order that all sufferers irom any Chronic' or supposed Incurable Disease maj' be en abled to obtain the .benefit of his un doubted skill and ability in curing all Diseases by his new and wonderful Herbal Magnetic treatment without 'Drugs or Poisons, he has appointed his Associate and ^Representative, .Mr .JAMES McLEAN, who is a skilful and careful Diagriosist of many years' experience, to visit regularly every month the. jfollo wing, amongst other , towns,- for-the purpose of mak...

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Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with opinion expressed by correspondents.] HUON'S LANE ROAD [TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 October 1890

Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with opinion expressed by correspondents.] V 1%- ? — HU05(§ LAITE ROAD % ^ /jc*. [to THE EIUTi^ OF times.] Dear Sir,- — Will you allow us a few inches of space to correct your Sandy Creek correspondent's state ment re exchange of roads at Huon's Lane. Your correspondent states that the decision at the Council table has not at all been to the satisfaction of the ratepayers of the Kiewa Riding, especially to those residing, at Sandy Creek. We will take the votes of Sandy Creek as a plebiscite for Sandy Creek, and we find the majority was for Mr Crosthwaite or the ex change. We are confident that the decision at the Council table has the approval of the majority — if not every man on Sandy Creek, with the excep tion of your correspondent, and we believe he would like a level road to run his news van over. We have thrashed this question out in the columns of the ' Wodonga Sentinel,' at the polling booth j and lastly at the Council table ; an...

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THE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 October 1890

THE STRIKE. The calling cut of the shearers has seriously affected the Wodonga wool scouring worlds, an industry estab lished by Messrs J ohnston and King on the Wodonga Creek. During the past four mouths the firm 'had can vassed the southern portion of New South Wales, and had obtained numerous orders from the different stations. Only one consignment of wool, however, has reached the works up to the present, - and that arrived' on Tuesday from. Ferndale Station, New South Wales. The station owners are making determined efforts to get their sheep 6horh, and but for the refusal of the shearers and carriers to work, numerous other consignments would have been landed before this. On the Victorian side off tbe /border the raising of sheelp has not been gone into extensively this year either about Wodonga' op, /on 'the Upper ^Murray, and with the assistance of the regular hands on the stations, together witK the smaller holders round about, no difficulty is to . be ^apprehended. The wool...

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

— _ — -j CRICKET. A fjLY-UP TACK at the meeting nt the Athenaeum; pn : TUESDAY NEXT, (Oetob«r 7th) it s o'clock p.m. 1A. KENDELL, do Challenge »ny j Person residing in the Shire of Yack aarfnndah to a contrtt,' a'lz., — Running High Jump (.11 S ami ing Long Jump (*-). f?tWn^in|f Hop-Step..lnni}» (3-, and putti---! of * l6lb *» eigjit ; aliio a Scotch Pool for ~ '? . ' ?? v ;-.;r ; ?? -M BOXINGDAY'SSPORTS,' ? . .^BOGK&?jf-A m&mi h rs&'jl&i; x ' A PUBLIC MEETING will be held at the Star Hotel, on MONDAY EVEN ING, 6th October, 1390, at 8 p.m. sharp, to make preliminary derangements for the aboverjamed :sport«. -oTher general public requested %o-attend. 5 i -- * '» * Notice. ; .« - ? i s 'v .i v. ? ALL Persons found; Hunting, Shoot- ; ing, or otherwise trespassing on my purchased or leased land will be Pro secuted, without rcspedt to persons. , ?. POISON LAID. JOHN KENDELL, Sen., ; Basin Creek, Yackandandah. September 17th, 1890. TENDERS./ SEPARATE if Pre...

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SPARROW'S EAVES-DROPPING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 October 1890

SPARROWS EAVESDROP PING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. Sir, — On perusal of the columns of your journal of Saturday, September 27th, I observed a scribe under the heading of ' Eaves- Drop pings ' (by a Sparrow), commenting on the Yack andandah Quadrille Club's ball, which is misleading to the outside public. In the interests of the clnb, I beg to refute the assertions. In the first place he states where a young man brought his lady, and proceeding to the attiring room to brush his hair, &c., and when he returned to his lady her programme was full. How ever, no such thing oocurredi The ladies of the Y.Q.C. are sufficiently versed in ball-room 'etiquette' to know better. They are not as ignor ant as ' A Sparrow ' would tend to make out. As for the conduct of the U- ? ... J « fit a Iianrl UUJB UUt&lUC, Iiuu «ur«u.-w-invuvi fight the club is not responsible. He also goes on to state that those who wore no gloves left prints on the backs of the ladies' dresses. That I flatl...

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

:| ft- : ' . - - ? ' ?» ? ? Dentistry. HALL^SONSj DENTISTS, COLL IN^S '--^L AvlJE, i; .? 54 Exhibition Street, CollinsStreetEast. MS. Geo. HALL, of the above firm, 'visit Yackandandah oace a month. ' Artificial teeth inserted in a superior manner at moderate charges. Dentistry in all its branches. Next visit— WEDNESDAY, Oct. 22. And may he consulted at Mr Home's | Dispensary, High St. * j M. S. ROMS, Chemist and Drugcist, Yackandandah. - * - ? ?? - . ; BEGS to offer his Thanks to the Public for the support afforded him during the last 16 years, and assures them that every ?care will be taken to insure same by supplying Drugs and Chemicals of the very best quality. \ TEETH CAREFULLY EXTRACTED. Dr. JHueHer's Antidote fori | Snakebite. J M.S.R. begs to call attention to his PocVet § Case containing the Antidote, with Hypo || [dermic Syringe, and full directions § for use. j Price, £1 is. 1 SPECTACLES. I A Large Assortment of Spectacles, Goggles 1 Reading Glasses, Cases, etc.. have just...

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

WATERLOO HOTEL, OFFICE.).. '^j OLD ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL HOUSE. ? Frank Entra - Proprietor. BEG 8 to retufu tiiauka to the Public generally for support accorded him in the past, aud liopefe by strict Attention to their requirements to receive a fair measure of support. : EVERY ACCOMMODATION, FOR VISITORS AND FAMILIES. A First-clays Cuisixk .Guaranteed. Only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and . . Spirits kept. . ^ . Fii-st-rlass Sample Room Batli. -te. Superior , Alcock's Billiard Table. ConuHodious Stables and Loose Boxes. BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND LOWE'S COACHES. ?T STAR r YACKANDANDAH. -P. McDermott - Proprietor, 'pvESlEES to, intimate to 'his numerous ?: 1 ' friends of Yaekandandali and public generally, that he lias taken the above well known hostelry, and trusts- -by- strict atteii - tion to the requirements of- his patrons to receive a fair shape of support. f ? First-class Accommodation for Travellers. Best Brand? of Ales, Wines and Spirits only kept. YACKANDANDAH COACH FA...

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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 October 1890

Church Notices. The following are the service arrange ments in connection with the different denominations for Sunday next: — CHURCH of ENGLAND. Yackandandah 11 a.m — Mr Hay ward.

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Commercial. MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 October 1890

Comm ercial. ,' MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. -The IM^boUrne- Stock and Station Journal reportsupd^^ate of Sept. 30th, lis follpwa-|— PatjGatye— On1y l,750 were yardedfdrthe li^^sSfiOO^Eroin Queens land, 550 from NtS|W£ 100 from Gipps land, arid die reiuaider from North eastern and North Western districts. The Tollowingare thequotations^Prime pens of bullocks fromL$J0B**to LlO Os Od extra ditto, from LiO 10s to L12 ; odd beasts, from Lll toLl2 10s ; good pens of bullocks, from L7 to L8 ; middling, L7 10s to *L8 10s ; inferior from L5 ; cows, from L7 0s to L8 0s 0d ; odd beasts, to L9 2s 6d. Fat Calves — 280 yarded — Prime veal sold readily at high rates, while lor other sorts the demand was without animation, at about former quotations, trime sol«i at iroiu 65s to 75s, good Bold at from 45s to 55s, middling 25s to 35s, inferior to 25s. ?? . . - ? Fat Sheep. — - A heavier Supply tl art . anticipated came forward, 31,000 having been yarded. I Good to = prime .heavy weight merino wethers,- w...

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Yael a dandah Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 4 October 1890

? ? ? — ? ? Yu- l a 'Jan :1*(h Shire Council. The monthly meeting of the above jpouncil was held at the ^hire Hajl op /Thursday. Present: Crs Richardsoiif (president), ^mith, Street, Beatt\, 'Robinson, Martin, M^'igan, and Mc Donald. Correspondence. From Secretary Health Depart ment regarding prevalence of Diph theria, and forwarding printed sheets describing the symptoms of this di sease, as well as giving recommenda tions as to preventive measures, and management in the absence of medi cal aid. I From same intimating that the j Health Act 1890 came into operation J on August 1st. ) From Under- treasurer forwarding : account for £2770 12s 6d for comple tion, being second moiety of subsidy. J From Warrnambool Shire, solicit- ' ing co-operation in asking the Govern ment to make provision for compen sating persons who are compelled to j destroy their log fences, and erect j ne\v fences. = j From Secretary North-eastern Mu nicipal Association forwarding busi- j ness sheet. From Trezise...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

. : Special . M^RlJslipe. ? 1 ? All ; pletely- Cured by ! SerbalMagnetic Trepan ;at. ? ? - -?'. ?Chronic Sufferers should not fail t° . consult . , , 1 ^ r i . ; ' -1 » ~ * Mr H. E Kugelmann, u CONSULTING HERBALIST and ELECTRIC, , Of 172 and 174 William,- street, f Melbourne. : ' ALL CONSULTATIONS FREE Notice. — If preferred, a signed agreement .given, which provides that no cost is incurred in the event of a cure not being effected. AS Mb. H. E. KUGELMANN cannot possibly visit personally every town in Victoria and adjacent colonies, and in -order that all sufferers irom auy Chronic m supposed Incurahle Disease may be en abled to obtain tlie benefit of his un doubted skill and ability in curing all Diseases by his new and wonderful Herbal Magnetic treatment without Drugs or Poisons, he has appointed his Associate aud .[Representative, Mr JAMES McLEAN, ' who is a skilful and careful Diaguosist of many years' experience, to visit regularly ?every month the following, amongst other tow...

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Cured by Hard Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

Cured l-y. Hard WorJk. A womaa of fashioii; suffering from a n^ryouB diEorder. waBradvtBed by ter physi iianlo make iierhed, svreep aud dast h^r xc©iB,aiid^bgage:-nvatiouB forme oliBanoal 'exercise calcualatea to deyglop. the mnscular : system. This ; ecinim on-se nee treatment re- . calls the tatnouB .-^erscript ion given by an; B oglieh doctor to agouty'patient : . ' Live-on sixpenos a day and earn it.' Tlie human body is - in the possession of a ^ |oint-etock company^an whicb/if there be ?a single sleeping partner, the safety of the wboleis inipexillefL Brainandiimbs muecle andiierve, muet ba constantly cxerciscd if the effioeiocy of th^ entire organisation is to be ingintftined. Theone thing more ifijurious : sto all rank £h$m overwork ie.under or ia* sufficient work. \ «bouljd ^aevejr be capient. There ie] ^w&y^oigte$Mng$6 alter, to abandon, or ia , pureae jawl-fn that hpnfigl, earnest work] w*iiai'our MaEoiericeBa,pprav^,^e-fhaU fiod (

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"No Mans Enemy But His Own." [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

** No Man's Enemy But His Owii' - ' No man's enemy but hiB own ' happens | generally to be the 'enemy of everybody with * whom he la in relation; The leading quality that goes to make his character ia reckless improvidence a selfish pursnit of selfish cni9yment, in^l6ren3ent o£ consequenoes. J'JSomaia'B en^my but his own ' runs rapidly j ihroi^h'biejno5wis4 csJ3e - ra ^frieinSly aeayjg 3?n the triffidilE6r^gl«gncB ^leaves his wile] a^lj^gar, laud quarters orphans* «pon -tbe j fablic^; enfc»tls*»~life of dependence apon ^ is pr^eny, trnd^iies ia tbe odor of that ill Uhdei^tood -jrepiitation of harmless folly' 4ffhich is more injuriona to- society 'than- many positive crimes. ; ^

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The Secret of Beauty. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

Tlie Sccrct of Bcastf. The secret cf beauty ie health. Those who desire to be beautiful should do all they c^n to reBtore their health if they have lost it, or to keep it if they have it still. Kb one can lay down specific rales for other people in these matters. The work which one may do, the rest he most take, his baths, his diet, his exerciee, are matters for individual con sideration ; they must be carefully thought of and never neglected. As a rule, when a person feels well he looks well, and when he looks ill he feels ill. There are times when one can guess, without looking in the glass, that the eyes are. dull and the skin is mottled. Tbis is nofc-.a case for something in a pretty perfumsry bottle, or for a lotion that ad vertisements praise so- highly. To have a fresh complexion and bright eyes, even to have white hands and graceful figure, you must be well. Health and the happiness which comes with it are the true secrets of beauty.

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Paris Bull Fights. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

Paris Esill Fights. ? J The following extract frcm a recent letter j from Paris-shows that the method of bull fighting as practiced in France is quite ss cruel, if not as- blood-curdling, as that of Spain : j I witnessed thesentertainmeat last month It lasted a little over two. hoars, and in that j time- fife bulls were brought into the ..ring j to ba tormented^'- S&ey aevee to nine times each by the . ^etfSfin'iiiiSw ] and S3iuc left the ring with as maby es.| thirteen and fourresn darts sticking in their j backs and heads. Their faces, shoulders arid j sides weiered with gore, and they were often j roaricg with pain. L saw ' bulls trying' io I pull tbesa etecl-pointea darts out of their -i bodies ^fith their, mouths.- . 1 saw three! horses tossed, ooe being so badly hurt tSat it j had to be caiiicd out; and I saw one of ibe horsemen tc-ssc-d sud gortd in such a in inner that he had to bs cairied out- by tares attendants. Tiie audience rose tn tsnsse and cheered when a bull...

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The Gentleman Born. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

Tlie Gciif Icmaii Bora 'We are all -made of the same clay. The nicest analysis can delect no difference be tween the il blue blood ' that runs in the veins of the descendant-of a line of kings and the vital fluid ' of a pauper ; but there is nevertheless an inborn aristocracy of mind asd Epul which all men cietiuctiy recognise ana which compels respect from tho haughtiest. Putricians by accident of birth are often base, selfish sndstnpid ; but God's gentlemen, though .rared in poverty and the heirs of toil, are sure to manifest- their in nate nobility in spite cf adverse circum stances. Tse gentlemsn born has the right sort of pride, too, lie will go out of his way to fchow a stranger tbe nearest read to any point be may desire to reach, share his last crqgt' with a starving brother, ptril his life to protect a woman horn insult, and is ever prompt to assist weakness aud avenge wrong. Yet if you oflEir him compensation for obeying the impulses of hia knightly nature, his cheeks will...

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Tawonga. Tuesday: [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

Tawonga. Tuesday: Mr W: C. Anderson, who has occupied the position as head teacher for the Tawonga and Mulindolingong State schools for the last five years, has been appointed head teacher to the Central Shepparton State school. During: Mi- Anderson's resi- i dence here he has taken a leading part in everything that tended to the welfare of those around him. Indeed, it is chiefly owilig to his untiring energy that our public hall and library is completed — tlie only public hall, by the way, in the Kiewa Valley. Mr Anderson, I am sure, leaves with the best wishes of all, and everyone will be pleased to know that although his re- | moval is our loss, it is Mr Anderson's j gain, as the Central Shepparton school ! means promotion. It is not known yet who will succeed Mr Anderson. i T iriTrol 1 . TKalVhif. iTiRiiPP.fnr 1 paid us another visit last week. I hear that he is going to take pro ceedings against some of the land owners here for not taking sufficient steps to destroy the vermin....

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