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SHORT SKETCHES. Successful Listeners. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

^MBTMtWWS. ; : [?] : -Next iti value jo a^aciie tobgge Is =»n on- j Jtiring pairoiears. Indeed, it is piore than ^ probable that humanity has derived more solid benefit from its Sars tLia.n fKom ihe *' unruly meinber.' ' By ? good listeners we icean peods who can eub^ifc to -be bored ^ to an., unlimited ? extent without interrupting _ tbe borer, or responding in any other way j tban by -s cods and bscks and wreathed ; smilefr' ' Open year mouth and ehui your eyes and jtTc what Ilea ven will «ead you,' oays the old maxim ; but ' shut your mouth and open your ears ' would be much more sensible ad Tic 3,' Wbat does, a man Jearn by talking? Nothing-. On the other hand, through tbe convenient doors on - either side ~of 'the; temple 01 thought, valuable information is continually t; Dropping in.' Bven the windows ia front, the even, 'are, not more useful than ' these doore. Therefore, .keep themalways a jar. Sleep -with one ear open, asjweli as one eye. If you are in the employ of -a lorj...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Banquet to Cr. Robinson. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

Banquet to Or, Mobinson. I j s^oene? of ^ -jpleksant ^thering on twe^veniiig |of Friday, tlie 3rd Hnstant-, tbe oeeasibn of a banquet to iGr Robinson ;f-y the ratepayers of the i^dii^ heirepresents in the Yackandandah Bhire ^Oquticil . The banquet can be described as a success m every respect, xnere was a ; gQod attendance, and this would have ? 'been considerably swelled had it not been for an important stock sale held i in Wodonga that day. Shortly, after, six o'clock the visi tors, guests, and ratepayers assembled in the hall set apart for the banquet, and the view that met the eyes of the beholders must have imbued them with fe'elings of satisfaction and admiration. The tables were laid out in a most inviting manner, and the spread was certainly creditable to Kiewa catering. The Misses Lawson are to be complimented on toe success . of their efforts to please, and these compliments were not wanting on the pait of those assembled. IV dt only was there variety, but there was quanti...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with, opinions expressed by correspondents.] A SHIRE COUNCIL TRAGEDY. [Altogether imaginary and happening nowhere.] [TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

iCorrespoiideihce. | ? -- ^Wie do not identify ourselves with opinions exjjressed; by correspondents.] ' ? A SHIRE COUNCIL TRAGEDY. [Altogether imaginary and happening: nowhere.] [TO THE EDITOli OF THE TIMES.] The Engitieer was on htB feet, It was a pretty right ; ? Hi- face wa- -uch a brilliant red — We all -knew he meaut fight— : As a^letter' from his poc'-c et-book He bring- before our sight. ' I do regret this step I take, But I'm in honor boond, And I my lesignation make On this most potent ground : That Mac as good a* called me here A petty-fogging hound.' Now, I don't mind hi* thinking that I tell some awful lies ; But seeing that he taid it pat Fd like to black his eye-, And shew him that to -'ay such things 16 anything but wi*e. I will admit I make mistakes In that s-ame calculation ; But then you know vre all do that When it suit- our inclination : And Mac's the only one who don't Give it hi- approbation. So now if he will Fay- what he thinks. (I suppose I'll have to stake...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Recipes. SUGAR GINGEBREA[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

[?] [?] on^&u^eetfefabdKTOll tbia.-, , ' ' - 2 ' ^UaSEES; ^ on j tinS iWlth and bake gmckly. * - - ; , ^EVi^SBT XEi tTiKE. r^Ope of melted butter. 15 of TiiiiK tjtvb spoons of ciefitn of' tartar, one of eoda tvud flout io make a stiff batter ; mix ihe soda and cream of tartar with theflout jbake.tSveiity minutes, ' j Eorai:o'-iAKLB. Sub two tablef-poiiufttld ot-bntfer into-lwo .poU nttE of mashcS potatoes^ add fcwo pouuds - .of : flour, ;b bttle silt, and..milk enough tp i make a ttrit hatter.} add bujf a cupful of yea6tj set *he mixture to rise, and whpn Jigbi bak^ia cftkes the size of mufliaB, ScrVe 4iot and fattened. .. ^ ' *' -lOrEEC t&EE. . ; c -Beat together joho cupful of batter -and. %ur«gga; aM one^riund of brows sugarTaobe i eupful of strong oagee 4nd^ooa cnpfal of

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Unsuccessful Illustration. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

in Fiisncccssfiil Illustration. A teacher was telling her little boys about temptation, and showing how it sometimes came in the moat attractive at tire. She used as an illustration the paw of a cat. ' Now,' said she, ' you'have a!i seen the MM«if «*£ AVnnf -In fifl CA?t AB Vfil Wflt ifir'ft pBTV U1 B VCI»| IV M «K CW*« oo f«Tb-| » ar ........ '? ? ' Ye8'm,' lrom the class. ' And you heve seeh thepawof a dogf' ' yeB'm.' , ' Well, althbagh the oat's paw seems Hks velvet, there is, nevertheless, concealed is it Eometblngthathurts. Whatisit?' ,rTbe dog bifc^,' ' eaid the teacher, ** when-he ie in anger, but what does the eat do 2' ' ' Scratches replied the boy. Gorrect,' said the teacher, nodding her head approvingly. *' Kow what has the cat got that tbe dog haen't ?' ' Whisker?,' said a bey on the back seat, and the titter that ran around the clasf brought the lesson toscloee. Hi'dropix'tia itself is a ecri of dog daze. Ct'Ksir-K8iN-3 how little tbe fceTt knows, it ia wonderful Low mu...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CLUNE & SPARROW TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

CLOTE & SPARROW To the Editor of the Times.] Sir, — I am a subscriber to your paper, and revel in the news and romance which float to me once a week through your instru mentality, and, sir, though I am a plain man I like to get to the bottom of every thing : and if this'is a joke I* Hke to find itiout. Partaking of the varied feast con tained in your last issue I hare come to a standstill. I' can't get on, Mr Editor, I really can1!. I've read it with stops and 'without them ; Fve read it backwards, and forwards, but I can't . hit it, I know it off by heart, and it keeps running through my head, and I can't read prayers to my family on account of it. I have lost two stone, eirirand am as pale as a dead shark ; ; and if you don't want to lose one of your ' subscribers by the unavoidable accident of his speedy transit t from the Almighty's footstool, assist me in my endeavors to un ravel that letter against the eaves-dropping sparrow who partook of refreshments till he saw doub...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HINT'S TO HOUSEKEEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

Hints to H&Kgekeepers; Pet dishes,- tcmbleis and ether glass articles into a keitle, cover therri entirely wiih cold, srater, and pat-She feeK-Je where it will soon boil. iVijeEithss boiicSIa i&w mihatc6, set it aside covered tiiose. When the water ja cold tske ouf- jke glass. This procees will harden ihe articles so tbae they will -not be eo easily broken. - - ' s Eoiul parts of j&tnra&nla aed larpc-ntire will take paiotbut of clothing, even if it be -hard and dry. .Saturate ihs spot as often as necesssry, and wash -out in. soapsuds.' Fish gridirons should be scoisrad with bath-fcrkk powder or whiticg every time they are used, in order to keep them perfectly smooth and clean ; otherwise ibe;/ will tcr meni ibo cook by slicking ar-d tearing the fish. Wherr there is no special fish-gridiron, the ordinary broiler must be cccared smooth and clean, both before and after using it., to prevent siickicg, and destroy soy remaining odor or flavor which tbe fis...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRESIDENT'S DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

PRESIDENT'S DINNEE. The annual duuier given by the President of the '^pekandandah Shire |BjndiV:a Tmrnbic towns-^ people TOBre tnvif^l on^eijecasibn.; The President (Cr Richardson) occupied the chair, and the retiring president (Cr Smith) the vice-chair). ^ Thetableg vyer^well suppliedrwxth -turkeys, hams, and choice viands of je verjj^ description i and inflected gxeat 'credit 'upon the host, Mr En^ra, every ^Siing-^gising satisfaction-' After f nll j ustice had been done to bhe'good things 'provided, the toasts ?uitableto theoccasloiiwsre iionored. '' The President proposed ' The Parliament of Victoria.' Mr Wright was rather taken by surprise at being called npon to respond to this toast; although he supposed he could say as much regarding Parliament as anybody present probably.. Mr Craven was not present that evening, therefore, they could not flatter him, so they must be content with wishing the welfare of Parliament. Parliament was a reflex of the people. It had its good faults...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HOME. About the Hearth. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

THEH0ME. - - AVout tlic Hcarili. JBlalao -mange made of Bea inoss is inyalaab.e for dyBpepticsi One gentleEQEini told the Vfritertb&t'fdr.^lireeEipnt^SBeaniGssbianc- inange .'constituted - two-tbirde : ot his -diet. The blanc-ina'dge, oovereS- with rich crcam, made his bfcakCaets and finppere, and boiled rice. vfith ^fflo :1 s cii ffit) fbu tter aaa sugar, liis dinnerGi ' At the expiration of this period 'bis stomacliimd ciVtirely yecoveired ite tone. The food is pkrticulariy good, also, for thoee ^yho eeffer. from pulnso^ary trpublee, Sea ; tnosa sytup, with lemon, bss long been a remedy for: cbnghs and hoarsenese, but sea ^ racss blanc-mange aiid cream as a frcquent if j hot steady atiiclo of diet is much more effi- 1 caciousjhecanseieis bothfoodand medicice,^ and csii by no passibility Biclren. - : . - ; ; -Oiaages rSllfed mth- jeliy ^inaka^ a pa^tty 1 appearance on the. tea-table. Tako - soine : sery Sue orangeb, wltfi tli9 jk)iht of a Eharp kaife cut43nt;from tfce^ ^tbp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

WANTED — A Smart Lad as Appren tice to the Printing. \pply Office of this Paper.' Wanted. i ' iifibbtE A&ED WOMAN «s I\ General Servant. ; Quiet home and Good Wa^es to a suitable person. i Apjilv-' TiMES OFFICE, Yackandandah. . I A. KENDELL, do Cha1lenge«iihy ^ Person residing in the* Shire of Yack andnndah th a; contest, VSi5.,— Running Stmdincr LnnffJmnp (2). 1 Stanttu:£ llop-Step- J uiup ( 3), ami |iuttinji ii&Q&JStuyAiic'- Y. _ j ! AT Bamawartha, on the 2nd instant probably -en-the Yackandandah-road near township, a LADY'S SEALSKIN HANDBAG, containing among sundry persdnaV]pf&fctsr & gnslli Mttk ^ with name and adBresCef loser. Binder returning to address given, sviz;, Mrs H. R. Bastow, Wallace-street,,Toorak ; .or to Jasper New son, Es^y-jl^afesjfern^ ^Bjapiawartha, will be rewarded. _ ? ? f Yackandandah Athletic Club. 4-. .. :i .. i-iiw. ; .???? / : i i . | | . »-?- .1 :!:)?!()?? — mm! J I Look Out FOR THE Boxing Day SPORTS. Programme an...

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Yackandandah Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

JTackandaiidah -AtMetic Club. annual meeting of the Yack-| Athletic Club was held all Jhej§fc3f£ Hotel on Monday evening^ There was a very good afctend^ace; TBe president, Mr Dolphin occupied the chair. - _ nf flio nTvtrinriK rhfiftfu I t iutj Uiiiiawa : ing w%pe read and confirmed. The^alance-sheet of the last sports were -then read by the secretary, Mr M. Clnne, and sliowed receipts £123 I 17s (including« % balance from pre- 1 vious year of £20 6s 6d), and expen- 1 diture £86 13s 4d. This left a balance (with £1 bank interest) of £38 8s 8d. The report was received and adopted on the motion of Messrs | Calder and Nette. I - - -treasuber's REP0BT. ' ''' ; The Treasurer reported that the funds in hand for the improvement of the Recreation Reserve amounted to £14 9s Sd. being proceeds of con certs at Kiewa and Yackandandah. I The £38 8s fed was in the Bank on j deposit. , 1 The report was received. SPORTS. Mr Moore moved, That sports be held on Boxing Day as usual Seconded by Mr McDer...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POPULAR SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

popmab smmii/:: ' ^!S bB eghai ,says*hat the -^ta8^$f^iti ie ? -iV'T. ? * £-._ Usirpgicfil aiiiMsia and ptefttt^re iet^atang '. (Jhiria, and ifc is also the bass ia'^eetern : - - Asia,- The elephant, In &-';wiiS istaite, was /?A \-',attjited in the elgfiib centaryBrc.^by Tiglath - - fueser, me JA.t»g ??si. a.88yj*a,^ete:«aw!tie-; ??' 55jsb/wlu*ctilay:ac^riiieE*i|SEata3inSjrii.' t-- -. feur or five * 1 T.j K ng oIEjypt, huntedthesanjoaciinal: ? : ae&r Aleppo, In Mgt antiquity; the elephant ; ind rhinoceros '&&&:ku-i,shpL- ^ to tbe Chinese ;; 'ihsy iMid^nanies for theh^ and; their tusks' ? md liornSfwere valued. In tbe time of Con j,r hioius, tiapbac'tk Kerala Jnse'for the army; - sc the -Yangtze Raver.' A hundred and -fiftj.; v- ^jesie after ihis, Mandius speiitis of the t-fg«r^ '.J ^hs leopard,- Ibe rhinoceros dhii the elephant ; 13 ha¥4Ug:been,-ia%26ny par&fof tbe einpireV striven my Irora th« neighborhood of the ? tJiioa dysmc i «s -...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

FOOTBALL. (From Our Own Correspondent.) The return match, between the Wooragee North and South and Os borne's Flat United clubs came off on Saturday last on the ground of the latter. Both teams were strongly represented, and seemed to do their ntmnst for their respective clubs. Meehan captained the locals, and Morrison the 'visitors. The latter won the toss, and elected to kick to wards the south goal. The ball hav ing been kicked off by one of the locals, it was quickly returned by Wooragee, and it was at once seen that the visitors were going to give the Flat boys quite enough of it. There was a good deal of give and take play, but up to half time no goals were kicked, only a few behinds each being registered . After the usual respite the game was started with renewed energy, the leather* being sent backwards and forwards a few times, when P. Mongan got a mark about 30 yards from goal, and with a neat drop-kick scored first goal for the locals. The ball having been again kicked of...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

Presbyterian Church. The annuat report and balance- j sheet of the local Presbyterian Church for the year.endjng 30th June, 1880, has been published, and now lie£. before us. It shows a very laudable anount of energy and liberality. The nharore is n. vfsrv.larcre OTif- havinn- no fewer ? than seventeen ^preaching stations, four of these having 'been established with good results since the publication of last report. The liberality shown is also highly com mendable, the large sum of L6 10 16s 2d, having been subscribed in the charge /for all purposes. . :This includes L200 '4s 8d, given for a new church erected at Kergunyah (the total expense con nected with which has been £252 9s), also LI 60 subscribed for the extinction of debt (the jubilee fund of the General Assembly having paid LI 57 10s to the loan fund on account of. the charge.) Thus the charge has j been cleared or aeot amounting to L317 10s during the year, the Yack andandah Church and Manse being thus rendered entirely fr...

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THE STRIKE. HAY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

THE STRIKE. Hay, Monday. Arthur Rae, agent for the Shearers Union, was charged by Mr Colin Simson last Saturday with inciting the men to break their agreements. | Twenty-nine distinct charges were j laid ae-ainst him under the Masters' and Servants' Act ? Rae went to Mr Simson' s shed on September 25th ; and told the manager that he had | come to call out the shearers, as the labor party had decided upon that course. The manager asked him to let them go on, as they had nearly .finished, but Rae i*efused unless they could complete their woi'k on Saturday, which was impossible, as there were 6,000 sheep unshom. All the shearers struck the next morning. Ryan, the union representative in the shed, who gave evidence in the case against the men when they were tried for breach of agreement, stated that he received instructions from Rae to call out the men, and he (Ryan) carried' out the instructions. The Bench thought the case a very serious one, the evidence being very con clusive. The .m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

Dentistry. WALL '& SONS, .54 Exhibition Street, Collins iStre^ EaBS:. HIB Gko. HALL, of die above-firm, visit Yackandandah Once amonlh. ngr ?--- Artificial teeth inserted in a superior manner at moderate charge^ Dentistry in all its branches. Next visit— And may be consulted atMr^iaS Dispensary, High St. mTs. HppEjf Chemist and Oruccist, r. - Yaclcandandali. BEGS to offer his Thanks, to the Public for the support afforded' him daring tile 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. Mueller's Antidote for Snakebite. M .S.ft. begsto call attention jfco his Pocket Case containing the Antidote, with Hypo dermic Syringe,' and foil directions ? ? ? ? ? ? ifor use. . ? Price, £1 Is. SPECTACLES. A Large Assortment of Spectacles, Goggles Reading Glasses, Cases, etc., have just arrived from London per R.M.S. QRTTEBA. NEW GARDEN SEEDS. R. TAYLOR & CO., GBO...

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

WATERLOO HOTEL, '(OPPOSITE THli POST ' OFFICE.) HIGH STREET, YACKANDANDAH. )LD ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL HOUSE. Prank Entra - Proprietor. BEGS to return thanks to the Public generally for support accorded him in be past, and hopes by strict attention to heir requirements to receive a fair measure f support. EVERY ACCOM MV) DAVIDS' FOR VISITORS AND FAMILIES. A First-class Cuisine Guaranteed. )n1v the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits kept. first-class Sample Room Bath, &c. Superior Alcock's Billiard Table. Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND LOWE'S COACHES. ST-A.IR, HOTEL, YACKANDANDAH. P. McDermott - Proprietor, T\ ESI RES to intimate to his numerous J J friends of Yackandandah 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 of support. First-class Accommodation for Travellers. Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits only kept. YACKAN...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH REV. F. ELLIOTT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

[?] I ? yov'rlssWi iSLtroTT -\5- ? Yacknudandah, 11 a.m. and 7 p:m. Allan's Fiat, 3 p.m. — — - « PUB WSfflBP; pVEBt SATUEDAY.^ {J^^hSupjpl^ment^) ? (fcoBER 1890 '' j-i - f :i-3 s ?: . ?

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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

Church Notices. The following ai^&^g^^EeBSaimaige- ments in v the dinerent ?JagnmrnatitHiR fnr Sunday Stent—. J a.mj and 7 pSnsfier. fiack-ke^3 pitn. Rev Tredinnick | Myn&e&mi fcp.nL, Mr.&nith. / ; Stoney Greet, H a.m., MrSmith.^ Yackandandah, Wednesday, -7.30 p.m., Rev 'Tredinnick.

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In Advance of the Czar. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 11 October 1890

Iul Advance of flic 1'zar. The workmen who go in advance of the Czar, wbitheraoe-ver hs travels, form a squad of six mechanics. -Two are locksmiths, two carpenters, and tvro masons. All are married mc-n, born in ihe Czar's service, and abso lutely devoted to their sovereign. Their hn&tnpce is in 0T&miriA tho wq])« flrirtrir»rr w — — ? ? — ? ? .« chimneys, locks, and furniture of the apart ments vfhiife the Gzar is io cccnpy. The chimneye. in particular, engage their atten tion, for every flue leading to a room in which the Czar is to deep or eat haa to be grated and barred at the top and bottom.

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