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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 October 1890

Special Medical J^otice. ? ;818D.fia;T-:v' |J iAll- ;Di|ieasgl: of-3 Cbm|- ? : -.-£?} h'-jrtoH ' I ; t KDhromciSiaffefers sbbriM)not*3fail t° . cons«ltc.;K. i CON SULTINXx HE^SALIST and - ? ;; ; . , j . J™ -ELEgTpb ' oU Of 172 and 174 'Wii.blAM-STREaT, ''v' vfr--' R3fi#?^r»fc4 ^ ALL CONSULTATIONS ' FREE Notice. ^ If i preferred, ia 'signed agreement given, which provides that no post is . mcurredv in the event of a cnre not being effected. ? ?? -h , . .? ; — £ . ?&:: : AS Mr. H. E. KUGELMASN cannot .possibly visit .personally erery town in Victoria and adjacent colonies, and in order that all sufferers from any Chronic or supposed Incurable Disease naj' be en abled to obtain the benefit of his un doubted skill and ability in curing ail Diseases by his new and wonderful Herbal Magnetic treatment without Drugs or ' Poisons, betas appointed his Associate and Representative, Mr JAMES McLEAN, who is a skilful and careful, Diagnosist of many years' experience, to visit regularly e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 October 1890

Wanted. J GENERAL SERVANT. BANK OF VICTORIA, Yackandandah. ' Wanted. A MIDDLE AGED WOMAN as General Servant. Quiet home and Good Wages to a suitable person. Apply TIMES OFFICE, Yackandandah. STAGHORN SPORTS. SEPARATE TENDERS are invited for the Right to Sell FRUIT AND CORDIALS at the above Sports on 7th November. Booths already erected. Ten ders to be accompanied with a deposit of 10s, and lodged with the undersigned before 8 p.m. of TUESDAY, the 28th instant. j JAS. ROBINSON, Hon. Sec. I Yackandandah Millinery Establishment. M. PLUMMER Millinery M. Plummer Millinery Millinery has opened Millinery out Millinery Spring and Millinery Feathers Summer Millinery Tur-n- Millinery Laces Laces Millinery. Laces Laces _ , __ , Children's Laces Laces li&QlGS HcltS Children's tttb Children's Parasols T * j. ™ ^ ? Parasols Latest F^hions. Pancy Parasols ~ Fancy Feathers, Flowers, j?anCy Prints Laces, Prints Ribbons in great A g Prints variety. Aprons „ Call and Aprons Muslins Inspect. ,r...

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Correspondent. [We do not identify ourselves with opinions expressed by correspondent.] COMEDY. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 October 1890

[?] [We do not identify ourselves with opinions iOTOBHiG4 fPgfMMSOAY [to the editor of the TI1ISS.] Sir, — I . saw you had inserted .some ; 'pbetiy ih ' 'your last -issue,- if it inaiy be termed such, so I venture to send you the i attached, giving my version of the affair, and hope you will insert it. Your readers will observe that with a few exceptions the lines are wholly Shakspenan, collated for the purpose of rebiittirig the assertions of Junius. — Yours, &c., - Shtlock.

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Stanley Cricket Club, [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 October 1890

Stanley Cricket Club, (From Our Own Correspondent.) A meeting of the members of the Stanley Cricket Club was held in the Commercial - room of the Star Hotel, Stanley, on Saturday night last, and was well attended; and of a very enthusiastic character. The result of the last three seasons' plav being 29 matches, of which 26 were won, 2 lost (both with Wangaratta oh their own ground), and one draw with Beechworth, the scores being Beechworth 185, Stanley 110 for 3 wickets. By the general tenor of the players they are determined, if pos sible, to still keep up the record. The following officers were elected : — President, Mr C. Rudolph, sen ; 'Vice- President, Mr W. Wilberforce ; Sec- , retary, Mr G. A: Wilberforce - Trea surer, Mr C. Rudolph. The colours of the foam for the -ensuing season are to be white with a blue sash. Stan ley has always held the name for good fielding, and to still hold it they have framed a new rule which should work well, viz., 'That every member he fined 6d f...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 October 1890

General yews. The latest development of the labor difficulties is reported from Dublin, where 27 gravediggers have struck work. We svppose they only bury union men. An outbreak of pleuro has occurred at Inglewood. A girl caught the disease through milking an affected cow. John McDonald, a witness at the inquest on the body of Donald McDonald, Tyntynder, has been arrested on a charge of horse-stealing. The death is announced of Mrs Booth, wife of the Salvation Army general. Over 50,000 Salvation Armyists assembled to view the remains. A clue has been obtained to the incendiary' who has several times set fire to the Palace Hotel, Melbourne. The proceedings against Messrs John Dillon, W. O'Brien, and other Irish members for inciting to refusal of rent were resumed on Friday at Tipperary. Messrs Dillon and O'Brien failed to appear in court, and their bail was estreated. It is believed that they have sailed secretly for the United States. The pugilists Slavin and M'Auliffe, whe were rema...

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"AS YOU LIKE IT." (Shaksperian comedies, &c, revised by Shylock.) SCENE—A COUNCIL CHAMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 October 1890

' as you: like it.' (Shaksperian comedies, &c., revised by Sbylock.) , Scene — A Council Chamber. Dramatis Person®— Ruler, King Richard ; senators, Macduff, Mardian, Bevis, Sir John, Rosencrantz and Strato. Courtiers : Bassanio aud Montague. (Bassanio feeling aggrieved at certain reflections cast upon him by Macduff, a senator, seriously considers the advisability j of quitting the court, and Scene I. is where , he is discussiogthe matter with a personal friend. Scene II. opens just after Bassanio has handed in his resignation of his posi tion to King Richard at themeetingof Senators ; and records the discussion that ensued. Act II. opens after the Senators have divided upon the question of whether the resignation of Bassanio he accepted' or not, he standing in much favor generally with the Senators. The division resulted in the Senators expressing their entire con fidence in Bassanio, and not accepting his resignation.) Bassanio: To be or not to be, that's the question — Wh...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 October 1890

PUBLIC MEETING. I A public meeting1 was held, at the SKife HallV Taclmiid-Andali, onTSaSRuP dav evening, £pr- tlip purpose of pro testing against tW gL-antm^ ,.of , the transfer or Loi'smei.- R3tcs ftb Beechworth Shire Council. I A paragraph appeared, in Satur day's 'liegister'' to;-the effect that the sale. of the race had been effected, and that it was proposed to utilise this race for supplying Beechworth ?with water for domestic^ supplies. Accordingly *a meeting was called in Yackandandah forthwith, and not withstanding the short notice given there was a large meeting. Mr J. Smart was voted to the chair, : and in stating the object of the meet ing he remarked that an effort was being made to divert the water from Lorimer's race to Beechworth. They were, doubtless, aware that if this were permitted it would interfere greatly with the supply of water in the Yackandandah Creek. In the past Beechworth had taken a great deal from them, and this appeared to be the finishing stroke. In...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 October 1890

Local and General. Spobts. — The programme in connection with the Boxing Day sports of the Yack andandah Athletic Club is published in another column. A very interesting pro gramme has been arranged, and the next sports should be quite as interesting as those of previous years. Mr W. Moore is the secretary. Nominations for the Shef field Handicap close on the 13th December. Shire Wobks. — In another column the Yackandandah Shire Council invites ten ders for a larae number of works in differ ent parts of the shire. Dentistrt. — Mr G. R. Hall, dentist, will pay his monthly professional visit to Yackandandah on Wednesday next, and may be consulted at Mr Rome's, chemist. Cadets. — The cadets returned from their encampment last Friday, the camp having been summarily broken up through bad weather. The youngsters enjoyed their trip fairly well, the only cause of com plaint being the catering arrangements, the food being of a very common-place descrip tion and scarce. This is generally the ...

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Police Magistrate's Courts. YACKANDANDAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 October 1890

Police JUaffistrtrte's Courts. vackaxbandah. Mondays, sit 11 a.m., Novem ber 3, December 1.. j 7 ? . '^||1 Tuesday^. at^JJQ a.m.,Deojembev ^ A disastrous fire has occurred in * hat facbory &t Smithfield. Five gh^6 si®! and one man, who were employed is 3SM thfe factory, killed* and mwJ other employes were met . . or les* seriously injiu-ed

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VISITORS TO RACKAN-DANDAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 October 1890

VTSim-RS TO YACKJJT , II D AND AH. .. . ! I- On Thursday the Hons. J. A. Wal lace, J. B. Patterson (Minister of Customs), Butters and /Mr Craven, M.L.A., paid a visit to Yackandandah for the purpose of inspecting the Rowdy Flat and Staghorn Flat | machinery. Mrs P. Wallace and one or two sons of Mr J. A. ? Wallace, Mr Smibert (Deputy Postmaster-General) and 'other distinguished gentlemen were also present. The visitors were expected to reach Yackandandah about 11 o'clock, but as it was almost noon when they arrived it was decided to inspect the ' Rowdy Jane ' only. The party had just reached the engine house, when the rain fell in torrents for a few minutes. However, advantage was taken of the compul sory shelter to view the machinery. Mr Wallace was greatly pleased at the success that was attending the working of the new pump. Every thing was going quite smoothly, and the Hons. J. B. Patterson and Butters, and Mr Craven, M.L.A., made very complimentary observa tions. After the rain...

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YACKANDANDAH POLICE COURT. (Before Mr Rowan, P.M.) MONDAY, Oct. 13, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 October 1890

YACKANDANDAH POLICE COURT. (Before Mr Rowan, P.M.) Monday, Oct. 13, 1890. J ames Emery applied for a hawker's license, and there being no objection, whilst the necessary sureties were forthcoming, the application was granted. |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 October 1890

V * -.'i .. f p . il j ? k . . ' »« Aetft. ' *.f!f ? !»* f ' ' ' f ^ 33EDIGREB CARDS -Ls.rb'inie^ j»tifeheAT ack- BLiidaT-dah .;T I M E S : Machine Printing High -St.. YaokanJaada.1

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Festivities at Beechworth. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 October 1890

Festivities at Beechworth. The return celebration in honour of Mr J. A Wallace. M.L.C., took place in Beechworth on Weduesday. In the morning the ceremony of opening the Wallace Memorial Ward, the gift of that gentleman to the Ovens Ben evolent Asylum, was performed with much eclat. A procession of friendlv societies, the fire brigade, and the Chinese, headed by a brass band marched to the institution, and on ar rival there speeches were delivered by Mr Wallace, Mr J. B. Patterson, the Commissioner of Customs and Postmaster general, who represented the Ministry. Mr Butters, M.L.C.. Mr Tuthill, Mr Ferguson, and Mr Craven Ms.L.A., and other gentlemen. On the return of the procession to town Mr Wallace was presented by the native-born youth of the district with a life-sized portrait of himself splen didly framed, and an illuminated ad dress. There was a large assemblage of persons to witness the presentation. In the afternoon a banquet, at tended by over 200 gentlemen, waa held in a sp...

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Yackandandah Warden's Court. (Before Mr Rowan, P.M.) MONDAY, OCT. 13, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 October 1890

Yackandandah Warden's Court . (Before Mr Rowan, P.M.) Monday, Oct. 13, 1890. * Joseph Bartlett Davies, banker and broker of Melbourne, had applied for 60 acres of ground at Kirby's Flat, under mining lease. Samuel Penrose Jessop objected to the application being granted on the grounds that the company of which he was a mem ber was already in occupation. The Warden, therefore, was to en quire into the objections. Mr Perry appeared fpr the objector, and Mr Zincke for the applicant. Samuel Penrose Jessop, deposed that he was a member of the Kirby Flat Gold Mining Company. Fo»' and on behalf of that company he caused cer tain ground to ' be pegged out and registered in October, 1889. Pro duced registration. Saw lease pegs ! in June of this year of some other person. Jnrormed Mr JJavies that he claimed the aground. He then put miner's rights in for the company, 18 in number. As objector he deposited £5 with the Warden's Court. To Mr Zincke : Locality of land is described in registration....

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Railway Time Table. FROM MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 October 1890

Railway Time Table. , - FROM MELBOURNE. a.ni. p.m. p.m. Melbonrne, dep. — 6.20 2.55 4.55 j Seymour ... 8.50 5.19 6.37 j Wangaratta. ... 12.15 S.59 r 9.16 ; Springs ... 12.48 9.51 9.46 Chiltern ..._ 1.6 10.11 — Barnawartha ... 1.16 10.25 -Lj— W^odonga ... 1.40 10.50 10.23 Albury ,1-*^Q 11.10 10.4S - , 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 Wodomra .. ... 5.53 6.35 2.0 t-arnawart 1 a ... — /'.I-i o.U Ohilteni ... — 7.30 3.16 Springs .1. 7.50 7.50 3.36 ^angai-atta ... 6.57 8.19 4.7 Sevmour ... 9.27- 11.50 7.3S Melbourne', ar— 11.16 2.32 9.43 MYRTLEFOBB .10 EVEKTOX. - a'ci: p.m. Myrtleford, dep— 5.18 2.2o Palmei^ton ... 5.31 2.38 Bowman's Eorest ... 5.44 2.51 BvertoXL, ar — -r- ... - : ' 6.S 3.15 . WODONGA . TO BOLGA. I a.m. a.m. p.m. Wodonga. dep — 6.20 10.30 2.10 Eaist Wodonga ... 6.35 ' 10.45 2.20 Bethanga Road 6:55 11.5 2.36 Haon Lane ... 7.55 11.25 2.51 JBofea.^ar— ... 7.40 ' 12.50 3.1...

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THE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 October 1890

~ Uflfc THE STRIKE. her A public meeting was held at the Star Theatre Chiltern on Monday, at which Messrs Cooker and Wylie members of the Trades- Hall Council, delivered addresses on the shipping strike. Mr Wenke, president of the Chiltern shire, occupied the chair, and aoout iuu persons were present. I tie following resolutions were put to the meeting, and carried : — 1. That in the opinion of this ^ meeting the present difficulty between capital and labor is a menace to the prosperity of all classes of the com munity, and one that might have been prevented had the employers shown a less arbitrary spirit at the com mencement.' '2. That in. order to arrrive at a settlement of the various matters in ^ dispute, it is necessary that a cou- ? . ference should be held unconditionally, and that the employers by insisting j upon the acceptance of their manifesto before conferring are responsible for the continuance of the present struggle. '3. That the cause of labour as * represented by t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 October 1890

Dentistry. HALL ¥ SONS, DENTISTS, COLLIN'S PL AUE, 1 54 Exhibition Street, Collins Street East. MR. Geo. HALL, of the above firm, visit Yackandandah once a month. Artificial teeth inserted in. a superior manner at moderate i&arges. Dentistry in all its branches. Next visit — Wednesday, Oct. 22. And may be consulted at Mr Home's Dispensary, Higb St. M. S. ROME, Chemist and Druggist, Yackandandah. BEGS to offer his Thanks to the Public for the support afforded him daring 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. Mueller's Antidote for Snakebite. M.S.R. begs to call attention 'to his Pocket ? ? ? ........ . with Hypo Jdermic Syringe, and full directions for use. Price, £1 Is. SPECTACLES* A Large Assortment of Spectacles, Goggles Beading Glasses, Cases, etc.. have just arrived from London per R.M.S. ORtJYBA. NEW GARDEN SEEDS. R. TAYLOR & CO., ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 October 1890

? WATERLOO HOTEL, H (OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.) ? HIGH STREET, YACKANDANDAH . ? OLD ESTABLISHED^ COMMERCIAL ? Frank Entra - Proprietor. -Qros to rttnrn thanks to the Public Jj ^ei erally for support accorded him in ^|le and hopes by strict. attention to H theit i equiremeuts to receive a fair measure Of Siipj 'it. EV ERY ACCOM MO DAT ION' FOR H VISITORS AND FAMILIES. H A First-class Cuisixk Guaranteed. j On-y the Best- Brands of Ales. Wines and Spirits kept. H First -class Sample Room Bath. &c. Superior Alcock's Billiaid Table. Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. H BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND mm LOWE'S COACHES. ? STAB HOTEL, fl| YACKANDAN l.'AH. H P. McDermott - Proprietor, BBS -p* ESI RES to intimate to his numerous ?HE AJ frit-uds of Yackandandah and public generally. that he has taken the above vell known hostfliy, and trusts by strict atten ds tion to the requirements of his patrons to receive a fair share of support. H Fiitt-cl.-ss Accommodation for Travellers. |HHK Bes...

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STOCK CROSSINGS AT WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 October 1890

STOCK CROSSINGS AT WODONGA. St *ck Cr ssinpe — 10 bead fat catt'e for Wahgumah ma'ket, Cha*. L. Griffith and Co. agents ; 480 fat sheep for Upper Munaj, ( 'ha«. Ij. Griffith an^ Co. agent-- ; 23 head fat cattK for Wangaatta, Chenery Bros, agents: 6 racehorses from Sydney to New maiktt, N«ab B«al in charge; 3 racehorses from Sydney to Neumaket, S. P. Moni- in charge ; 673 hf ad tt 're catt'e from -Ca'li-Ji Hills Station, Queensland, KC9 b-and, for Wodonga market; 471 pfcire cattle tr--m Queensland for Wodonga market, Edward Trenchard and Co. agents. ^ai^anilgitiljli PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAX. ( With Supplement.) SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1890

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 18 October 1890

Commercial. The Melbourne Stock and Station Jour nal reports as follows under date of Thurs day, the 16th October, 1890 : — LIVE STOCK. ; J Fat Cattle.— Only 1,750 yarded. About 450 came from Queensland, 600 from New South Wales, 700 from Korth-Eastern district, 200 from Gippsland, and 200 from Western and North- Western districts. The bulk of the supply consisted of middling and good qualities, with several pens of prime. The market opened brisk, and although prices fluctuated to seme extent, yet on the whole, prices ruled lully 10a per head higher than last week's rates, closing firmer. Pime p*jna of biillocfcs from I»9 10s to Lll 7s 6a, According to weight and quality; odd beasts LIS. Good pens of bullocks, from L8 5s to Ij9 5s ; middling do, do, from L6 10s to L7 10s ; othera from L5 lOs. . Prime petos of cews from L7 5s to L7 15s; odd beasts from ~L8 12s €d. Good pens of cows from L6 to L6 15s, and others form L4 10s. Fat Calves. — 250 penned, consisting chiefly of medium to he...

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