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Mining at Sandy Creek. EXTRAORDINARY YIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 October 1890

3Iiniitg -it San-dy Creek.. EXTRAORDINARY YIELDS. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Two important crushings have just been finished at Sandy Creek, one from Brid=Lon's Grasshopper reef, which consisted of 118 tons for a yield of 183oz. This lot was taken from a depth of over 200 -feet, and I am informed by one of the men who are working there that the reef is three feet wide in the bottom and looking well* The next is a small lot of one ton and a half from Odell's reef, which gave the extraordinary yield of 150oz. Owiug to a serious break-down at Crowe's battery, Johnson and Schein weister who have stone at grass at their respective olaims will not be able to crush for some time. i

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mining Nuggets. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 October 1890

Milling Nuggets. The 'Ottowa' (Rowdy Flat) has. taken out exactly an acre of ground, and it is proposed to clean up some time next week. The Hew pump has been working three weeks without a hitch. About three shifts have been lost during that period, but this J was principally occasioned by over hauling the engine. A shift was lost on Monday through a mishap to one of the brass bearings. At Staghorn the new pump is al most in position, and will be ready for work early next week. - - The North Yackandandah Sluicing Company has been boring during the last few weeks, in search for the lead. The last bore is deeper than any yet put down, and it is thought that they are on the lead. Boring has had to be suspended owing to the quantity of water, and tubing has been sent for, which is expected to arrive from Melbourne next week. The yield from Odell's reef at Sandy Oreek has caused no small amount of excitement. A good return was expected, as 60 ounces had been dollied. Our Sandy Creek cor ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 October 1890

PJIES B YTERTAX CITUIlCft. K\The anniversary 'services' ajtove church were Jbeld | and continued on ^Tuesday fey^ a tea meeting. The Bey: Swann, Beech- | worth, preached morning jtod?/#yen-. f ing on Sunday. There were^good i innn mwrai'.inn!; on each occasion^ the | chureli being filled to its utmost capacity in the ^evening. In ^be | morning the sermon _ was respecting ; the. woman jvho had, touched the hem | of His garment, and in the evening 1 the passage of scripture was taken j from Mark ' Deal* to Me. * In an in teresting discourse he showed how that the smallest influence might be productive of much good. The picture drawn could be much better appre ciated to be heard than described. The congregation were all highly pleased at the instructive sermon listened to. On Tuesday the tea meeting was a j great success. Early in the morning heavy rain fell, which, continued with but slight intermission until noonT when the weather changed. The afternoon was gloomy, but fortunately th...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 October 1890

GAZETTE. i Last week's ' Gazette ' contains the following notices :? — Licences and leases not granted — Patrick Kirley, Tangamb&langa, 75a. Transfers registered — Eli Thornley to Richard Goldsworfchy, Kergunyah, 29a lr 26p ; Andrew Mclnerney to Win. J. Brown, Barwidgee, 319a 3r 29p ; John Briggs to Patrick O'Cal laghan, Barwidgee, 218a 2-r 31p. Leases approved— Thomas Slater,5 Whorouly, 239a lr35p ; James Sharp,1 :jCndgewa^l6a;lr 38p. , m Grazing areas available— 75a Tan gambalanga, sec, ? 39b., formerly re commended te Patrick Kirley. ; Xiekse' 'surrendered— Thomas Eves tbn, T&h|^mbal&nga, 46a, block 44b. Grazing areas available — Mitta ' Mitta, 190a ; T angambalanga 75a. ' exists for hfeaBo. tekfcher at the Sandy Greek 'i 7 W , vJ#mL JBoaJ-ds.— -Local Land Boards : — ? f^^di^ays^lfdlrfert^ 17; Mitta 11th?- '' ,11

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Gurdowring. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 October 1890

Gtt ndoivriti-j* (From Our Own Correspondent A well attended meeting was K at Gundowring on Wednesdav. ? October, for the purpose of forniii cricket club and electing officers was decided to adopt the same as the Football Club, viz., ' Free Bros. Mr Jno. Billsborrow elected president, and Mr J. Cro waite, vice-president ; general f mittee, W- Billsboi'roWv J. Keegan, W. Keat, R. and W. B- and W: Ch*osth wai te x secrt rai^ Stephens ; treasurer, R. Bs' match committee, R. Barter Hobbs, ahd Jas. BelL The amotf membership was fixed at 2s 6^ letter was Received hxmi the sec s- of the YiM^^dafldah -Cricket1' inviting a delegate to attend a55 ing for the purpose ;©f fornsi'1 District As^ocia tion. It was -£ f ot^ Mr Jasi Bell to attend. the% .bsdt-pftjb. J. 5feowed :/a- lmlance;J.-»^S - Great ? is dne to tfee .-iva jn mi^^| ' - such & grand financial success. ' - { wiU, albeit some of the oat sbowtng sl^ns of'sm^tN.'

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Yackandandah District Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 25 October 1890

Yackandandah District Cricket Association. A meeting of delegates from vari ous district clubs interested in the \ formation of a District Cricket A; so \ ciation was held at the Arhena-nni Yackandandah, on Saturday. Oetobe 18th. 1 he following clubs were repre sented : — Yackandandah (Mr Hik ing) ; Dederang (Mr Welshman: Stanley (Mr Wilberforce) ; Hill borough (Mr btone) : Gund:v,viit (ilr Bell).' COBRESPOXDtXCE. From secretary Kersrnnvali Cli stating that they could not delegate to attend the meeting, i their club were hoi din? a meerii-ir tt -aoie evening; but would exit': their co-operation. From Beechworth Club, siatii their club could not see their wi clear to join the Association ar pr sent. 'JEXERAL. Mr Hocking moved. That a Uistr Association be formed. Seconded - ilr Welshman and earned. Mr Stone moved. That the name The Yackandandah District Cries Association.' Seconded by - Wilberforce and carried. Messrs Welshman, Wilberf-v and Hocking were appointed a etf mittee to draw...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 November 1890

SPORTING. The betting on the Derby was brisk last night, The Admiral being a strong favorite at 5 to 2, Annesley 3 to 1, whilst 5 to 1 was wanted about Gatling. For the Gup 43 horses remain in, Car bine being farourite at 100 to 12, Enuc 100 to 9, and Melos 100 to 8. Results of the Derby and Cup w ill be posted at this office immediately after the respective races.

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The Political Crisis. Defeat of the Government. Probable Appeal to the Country. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 November 1890

The Political Crisis. Defeat of the Go¥ernment. Probable Appeal to the Country, On Tuesday as soon as the House assembled the Government were treated to a surprise in the shape of a ?want of confidence motion by Mr Munro. The House adjourned till Wednesday, when Mr Munro proceeded with his motion. He reviewed the history of the pre sent Parliament, the main features of which were the consolidation and growing strength of the Opposition and the iniquities of the Government. The Government began by bribing the constituencies, and had continued that policy. Its ' glorious budget ' was a sham and a delusion ; its new rules of procedure, had they not been amended by the Opposition, would have stopped debate in Parliament ; and the Treasurer by his management of the finanpe had caused the colony to lose from viOs to L2 per cent on its last loan, and, had otherwise damaged the credit- of the colony abroad. Not withstanding that he floated a loan this year, he had not a shilling with which ...

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Railway Time Table. FROM MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 November 1890

Railway Time Table. i FEOll MF.LBOUK-vF.. ! a.m. p.m. p.m. i Melbourne, dep. — 6.20 2.55 4.55 j Seymour ... 8.50 5.19 6.37 j Wangaratta ... 12.15 8.59 9.16 j Springs 1--48 9.51 9.46 j Chiltern ... 1-6 10.11 — Barnawartha ... 1.16 10.25 — ; Wodonga ... 1.40 10.50 10.23 j Albury' ... 1.50 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 Wodonga ... 5.53 6.35 2.0 Barnawartla ... . — 7.14 3.0 Chiltern ... — 7.30 3.16 Springs ... v.50 7.50 3.36 Wangaratta- ... 6.57 8.19 4.7 Seymour ... 9:27 11.50 7.3S Melbourne, ar — 11.16 2.32 9.43 M Y RT L E FOR D TO F.VERTON. a'm. p.m. Myrtleford. dep — 5.18 2.25 Po 1 t»i £ij»ctAn *) !^Q Bowman's 'Eorest ... 5.44 2.51 j Evertou.ar — ... 6.8 3..15 VTODOXGA TO liOLOA. a.m. a.m. p.m. Wodonga. dep — 6.20 10.30 2.10 East Wodonga ... 6.35 10.45 2.20 Bethanga Road. 6.55 11.5 2.36 Suon Lane ... 7.55 11.25 2151 Bolsra. ar— ... 7.40 12.50 3.16 & - j BOIAtA ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 November 1890

r77777 ' ? V. : £- ^ ' «V '' ; Royal Mail Line of Ckxiches. BEEcawoara and entLTEfcS Jjearea Beech worth daily *I_10 a.«n.f re turning from Cbiffriro *t 3 p m. daily, on arrival of train from Wo«ionga ; arriving at Beech «r6rtii at 6 p.m. TALLANGATTA TO COElil'ONG^; Leavce T^lSangtiita Tue^dny, Thaisday and Saturday at 5 a.m. , returning from Corrycog Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8 a.m. — HOON' LANE RAILWAY STATION TO TALLANGATf Leave TaUaag&tta daily 10 a.m., return ing from Snon's J Lane Railway Station daily 3.15 p.m. BETHANGa BOAD RAlL^ATj STATION AND BETHANGA Leave Bethanga daily 11. 30*.m., Return ing from Bethanga-road Rail way -star ion 2.55 p.m. BOON'S LANE RAILWAY JsTATIoN i MITT A. MITT A (Snowy Creek.). . Leave Hnou's Lane Railway Station Tees days and Saturday** 9.15 a.m., returning from Mitta Hitta Mondays and Thursdays 6 a.m. HUoNS LANE] RAILWAY STATION AND YACKANDANDAH Leave Yackandandah dally (Sundays ex cepted), 8 a.m., via Osborne's Flat, Allan's Flat a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 November 1890

pEDIGREE CARDS n IT , pointed at the Yack -indai.dah TIME'S Machine^Piinting Htgh-et., Ya«kanda«dah Z^-J- ' 1 j fr, :';f 4'1 - V- \ ^ :i ?. ^

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH REV. F. ELLIOTT [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 November 1890

PRESBYTERIANXHURCH * - -R,ev. F; Etuotr Saiidy DreeE^yp.m. Kiewa, 7 p.m. ' *' PUBLISHED EVEKV SATURDAY. ? ' {With Supplement^) SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1890

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 November 1890

^^peclal^MedicalrWntifie.-. ~ , e'iiOilH -4ghfi8f5&si&sY L All Diseases^ oP jjmgs^inding Com-; i - - pletefj;, Cu^d byr{ Tj -il6i*bai Magnetic ^e&fceat. -Chronic Sufferers -should -not-iail to :yrac6jis^ '? V. 1 COXSULTpTG : HERBALIST axd, - , ELECTRIC; a ' j Of 172 aid 174 Wiittiir-istBMT. r J — ?' 1 : ^ 1 ALL CONSULTATIONS FREE N Otice. — K preferred, a signed agreement gi ven^ whichprp vides ;; - thai no cost is inciua*ed fin the j event of a cure not being effected. ? ? ? ? - 1 ' } ^ ^ . j - AS Mr. H. E. KUGELMANN cannot f possibly visit personally* every town ; .in Victoria and adjacent colonies,; and iiii I ?order that all sufferers ;lrom any 'Ghiionic | i -or supposed Incurable Disease ma3' be eu- t , abled to obtain the benefit of his uu- j 1 -doubted skill and ability m curing all j Diseases by his new and wonderful Herbal j Magnetic treatment without Drugs or j . Poisons, he has appointed bis Associate and j Representative, Mr JAMES McLKiN, j who is...

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THE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 November 1890

The Strike. The' -latest develop ments show that the strike is tfast, col lap- , sintr In 'all of the colonies a feeling1 of great dissatisfaction prevails at the manner in which.; the leaders have mismanaged affairs. There appears to have been bad management not only in Victoria, but in New South Wales .and Queensland, and the strikers are, virtually defeated. The greatest bunglers were ; probably the Trades' -Hall Council of Melbourne. At the outset their actions were rash in the extreme, their demeanour overbearing, and if they did not believe themselves rulers of the colony they imagined their power of coercion W^s unlimited. In the past they had scored many victories, and had almost reached the elvsium of the working man's desires. But like Caesar they Were too ambi tious. Like Alexander aimed at con quering the whole world, and in over stepping their calculations like him they suffer defeat. In by-gone years labour has been subservient to capital, but through, the leniency of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 November 1890

Wanted. * GENERAL SERVANT J\. Apply to MRS WEIGHT, The Vicarage, Yackandandah. FOR SALE. SECOND - HAND WAGGONETTE nearly new ; also a LIGHT SINGLE BUGGY. Apply M. SILVAN, Wheelwright, Yackandandah. Yackandandah Athletic Sports. TENDERS are invited up to 8 p.m. on November 12th, for the RIGHT to PUBLICAN'S BOOTH at the Sports to be held on December 26th, 1890. The successful tenderer will be required to erect his own booth. A cash deposit of 20 per cent, must accompany tenders. The highest or any tender not neces sarily accepted. Tenders to be forwarded to the under signed. W. MOORE, Secretary. □PJLOTX'R WE have been appointed Agents for STRATTON'S CELEBRATED ECHUCA FLOUR, which is recognised to be the Best Flour in the Colonv. R. TAYLOR & CO., Beechworth. Grand Anniversary Ball. Loyal Yackandandah Lodge, M.TLI.O.of., Will be held at the SHIRE HALL, ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1890 TICKETS (to admit G-entleman, 'with Ladies), ,10s 6d, obtain able from Messrs Haig, A. Priestly, T....

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Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 November 1890

Gazette. 'Vacancies for head teachers — Chil- tern and Beechworth. Mining leases declared void — J. Pierey and another, 7a. 3r. 38p at Snowy Creek. Applications.-3or licences approved — Parish of Barwidgee : Sarah John son. 30a; Jane Clemens, 3I0a ; 'Thos. Smith, 110a ; JokntBoyd,^420a* ; John* Mathews, 250a ; Henry Walker, 36a ; Margaret Carfhew, 480a ; Dennis Connelly, 300a. Samuel Anderson, 3 acres for garden site^at Myrtleford. - S. J. -Higgin^on, ^fOa^ Mullindollin^ \ gongv Oharles wrigEt, 20a,'Baran- . dnda. - ' ' ' ' : Grazing area available—UJOOa : in parish pf of Towong, formerly re served for timber purposes. Hearir^ 'of resisons against forfei ture — At Yackandandah, 17th Nov., 1890, at II a.m. (before A. M. Stewart &nd3*L T. Bonn). John McDermott lessee ; area, 533 acres ; locality, Tactandaaidah. The annual . meeting fo^ the licen- , I sing of auctioneers will ^je keld at the Court House, Beechworth, on Tues flay, the 55th day of November, 1890, atll&k. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 November 1890

( I i - TTH Ai-J ? I ; S.I fi | . ? | ? 4 1 iitE bvve all qualities of* TEA in VV Packets, Ts, Boxes, and Half chestsLA f / , Sample. Packets Gratis. ? ' . R. TAYLOR & CO., . , Beechworth. TRIENNIAL GENERAL RENEWAL OF ELECTORS' KiGHTS. Special Notice to Flkctors. IT is he; eby notified that h- lders of electors' rights bearing date «n or before the 1st December, 1889, must obtain i ene wed rights jn lieu thereof, in order to have their names -placed upon the. General Lists to be made up on the 1st Di-c umber Next. Negl-ct of this precaution will result in the omission ofthe names --f the persons so neglecting from the new Li-ts. The old right must in -everv case be de live' ed up to the Registrar, but the renewed right will be equally av - liable for any elec tion that may take p'ace before the coming info force of the new Roll-=. Intending: applicants- for electors' -rights are cautioned to apply Early to the Regis trar- ? The law requires the prescribed ques tions a*, to a...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 November 1890

Local and General. Shire Hall. — At Thursday's meeting jof_the Council a letter was read from the secretaiy of the M.U.I.O.O.F respecting the dirty state of the hall on their last and other lodge nights. During the luncheon hour couucillors had aiook at theJball Jor.. themselves and were so di^usted 'at the' filthy state, that they resolved to appoint j some other person to do the cleaning out and lighting of the. -lamps if it occurred again. ' i i ? Stag horn. — -The handicaps for the prin cipal event of the Staghorn sports are pub lished in another column. We need scarcely give a reminder that the sports will come off on Friday next. An un bounded success and a very large attend ance are expected, and in anticipation the caterer has been instructed to provide for lOoO. The right to the refreshment booth was sold to Mr J. Anderson, and the fruit stall to Mr P. Kenny. j A free spread ie to be given to the children at ^12 o'cjoctl The Committee are determined to make the day an enjoy...

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BY-LAWS [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 November 1890

By-laws 1. Clubs must forward to the Secretary : during the second week in October of each j year a list of their members ; and supple mentary lists of new members during the first week in each subsequent month. 2. A member ot any cluo navmg repres-. ented that club in a match or matches can not afterwards play with another club in the Asssociation, unless in the case of change of residence, when a permit may be eranted at the discretion of the Com mittee, and he must then play with such club for the remainder of the season. No permit can be granted in any Cup matches under the Association after a player has represented a club in three matches. 3. Every club should have recognised colours to take the form of a cap and sash; and each player in a match should appear in cricketing costume. 4. Matches must start not later than 2 o'clock, and any team failing to appear at an appointed ground at that time shall lose the match for the day, and the (natch will be awarded to the team present...

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Yachandandah Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 1 November 1890

Xackatidandah Shire Council. — — ;u. I^Hie monthly meeting of tite above Cihncil was held on Thursday. Pr j f 'je CORBESP03TDEXCE. From secretary ' Chiltern Miners' Sports, asking that November 10th may be proclaimed a Government and Bank holiday From Constable Pigott, resigning Ms ^position as inspector of Slaughter yards, owing te- his being ^ transferred to Everton: ~ ~ — Erom^ -se-u^etary^-Wod(-nga. -Shire stating that several children had been excluded from the State School at Leneva for the reason that they 'suffered ^from sore throat, whicE~KacT been treated as . a contagious disease. These children'' could not return to school for a period of - three 'months without a medical certificate. I he health omcer of the W odonga I Shire objected to visit them without payment. He wished to know if the Yackandandah . Shire ; Council wonld allow reasonable expenses, or send their own health officer to inspect. — Attended to. From head teacher Staghorn Flat :3tate School, reporting tha...

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