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Dederang Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890
Dederang Concert. The concert and ball held at the Dederang State School on Friday | evening last was a great success. The only drawback was the insufficiency j of accommodation, the school-house being rather small. Its inconveniences were specially marked during the ball, when the patrons of terpsichore could well have occupied a building twice the size. However an ill wind generally blows some good, and in this instance the frequent observa tions ' Dederang should be able to 1 raise a public hall,?' will probably lead to activity in this direction. It appears that Tawonga can boast of a hall, and the residents of Dederang feel somewhat ashamed that they have to put up with a schoolroom, and a small one at that. Amongst so many enterprising men as there ap pears to be at Dederang we should imagine £100 should soon be raised. The proceeds of a race meeting devoted to a hall, a few concerts, a few subscription lists, and the major portion of the wherewithal would be obtained. The you...
CONTRADICTION. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890
% A CONTRADICTION, j J Tto the editor of the times.] ; . Sir, — In your issue of Saturday, 1st instant, I observed a report made by Messrs Calder and W. Moore to the Yackandandah Athletic Sports Com mittee, that they (accompanied with Mr Smart) waited upon me re Shire Hall on Boxing night. I beg to state tha,t Mr Smart -did not accompany them ; nor did I say 1 would not give up the hall, bnt told Mr Calder and | Mr Moore plainly that 1 did not want the hall, and to proceed with their ar rangements. I will challenge Mr Calder or any other person to come forward and assert that ever they heard me say I intended to keep the hall, or that I would not give it up. I defy them. I told them that if they were afraid, they should pay for the hire and have done with it, as I was held responsible for it. Since then I have asked Mr Smart in the presence of W. Moore, if he ever heard me re fuse the hall, and h® answered dis tinctly ' No.' In justice to myself I ask yon to insert this in your next...
CUP DAY. MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 8 November 1890
CUP DAY. Melbourne Cup. CARBINE (Ramage) 1 HIGHBORN .. ... ... 2 CORREZE ... ... . 3 Carbine won with the greatest of ease, by two clear lengths. The excitement was most intense, and the cheering that followed quite eclipsed anything ever heard at Flem- ington since the victory of The Barb. Time — 3 minutes 28¼ seconds. The racing at Flemington on Tues- day (Cup Day) was specially interest- ing, and the result of the Melbourne Cup race, which Mr D. S. Wallace's famous horse Carbine won. was re- ceived with tremendous enthusiasm by the assemblage of spectators. There were 39 starters for the race, the number being the largest on record. Carbine was a pronounced favourite in the betting market, and he justified the faith reposed in him by his backers, who included a large section of the racing public, and not a select party merely, by winning with ease at the finish of the fastest race yet run for the Melbourne Cup. The weight carried by Carbine was 10st 5lb., the heaviest impost ever...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 15 November 1890
f i: V-' ; 1,1 j -' !. Special MedicaJ' N^tibe. k -.v(i \ ; ? ?* ? ?; f'i-:-: a-*r;ai vuxwiIq^A- ' ;| r_ AH Diseases of jCiongstanduig ; Com- | _? pletely Cured by ??-: .Herbal Magnetic Treatbaenfc *? ???'?* arvv,;--.^ ; ^ ' ? ? ? 'Ohronic Sufferers 'siiould not tali it*0 , . consult .1^;^;, ; Mr H. E, ItettN,: , -COKSUISTITO HERBllilST' and ELECTRIC, Of' 172 and 174 William -STREax, j Melbourne. ALL CONSULTATIONS FREE TTotice. — If preferred, a signed agreement given, which provides that no cost is incurred in the event of a cure not being- effected. ^ AS Mr. H. E. KUGELMANN cannot possibly visit personally every town in Victoria and adjacent colonies, and in ?order that all sufferers 1rom auy Chronic ^ or supposed Incurable Disease may be en- ~ abled to obtain the benefit of his un- ~ ?doubted skill and ability m curing all I Diseases by his new and wonderful Herbal S Magnetic treatment without Drugs or B Poisons, he has appointed his Associate and .Representative, Air JAMES McLSJ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 15 November 1890
Yackandandah Rifle Club. TENDERS are invited, returnable on THURSDAY NEST, 20th instant, at 8 o'clock, for — The ERECTION of MARKER'S HUT and FLAGSTAFF at the Rifle Range. Specifications may be seen at the TIMES Office on aud after Monday, the 17th instant. Deposit of 15 per cent to accompany tender. The lowest or any tender not neces sariy accepted. J. R. BAASS, Hon. Sec. Yackandandali Cricket Association. A MEETING of Delegates of the above will be 'held at Yackandandah, on SATURDAY, 21st instant, atl o'clock. Business — Election of Officers, Fixing of December Matches, &c. Clubs wishing to join the Association should intimate at once. H. DUNSTAN, Hon. Sec. TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. THE First Quarter of the YACKAN DANDAH TIMES terminated with our last issue. As a special favor we would ask our Subscribers and Advertisers to be prompt witli their remittances. The establish ment of a journal means a large expendi ture at the outset, and when the fact is also taken into...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 15 November 1890
Buglaries are reported to be in ci easing in Echuca. The Emperor William has pre sented £50,000 to Dr Koch in recog nition of the importance of his enra cor consumption, and a similar amount for the purpose of starting an institute. The Crown Princess of Sweden is to be treated by Dr Koch. M. Simon, a French vigneron, in tends to visit Australia for the pur- ! pose of studying phylloxera and pur- j chasing a quantity of Australian ] claret to mature in France. ! | Within the last five years, thanks j to the discovery of stellar photography and the increased optical power of the telescopes mounted within that period, astronomy has made magni cent strides. The circle of its dis coveries will be still further extended by these last new telescopes, which have been constructed of a size and power that would have been ; deemed impossible half a century aeo. One of these telescopes lias an i j objective lens of forty inches. Many readers will understand the enormous power of, this instrume...
Commercial. BARNAWARTHA MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 15 November 1890
Commercial. BARNAWARTHA MARKET M. Martin and Co, report holding their 3H-nthly Market at the Railway Yards Barnawartha on Monday, the 3rd of Nov ; About SO head of Cattle were yarded including some very fine piime vealers ; Biddings were dull, and prices receded somewhat from ltite rates -. Fat Cows brought up to £4 10«, light bullocks to £5 10s, vealers from £2 7s 6d to £3 ; Stores, very dull, and hard to quit. Steers up to £3 . dry cows to £2 10s, milkers to £4, young cattle at £1 9s we sold drafts for Messrs Tanner, Draper, Kaiion, Chambers, Hanson, and others.
Important Mining Decision. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 15 November 1890
Important Mining Decision. Mr Warden Rowan delivered his reserved decision in the case of Rob inson v. Nankervis in the Warden's Court at Bethanga on Wednesday. The case, which is one of six brought against six employes of Mr J. A. j Wallace, excited considerable interest ; in mining circles. The complaint j was for the recovery of damages for trespass on certain ma/Vhinew -sif.ps i originally held by Mr Wallace, but which, it Avas alleged, were forfeited by reason of the miuers' rights, under which tlie}' were held, having been allowed to expire. On these sites tailings are deposited, which, under tlie new process of treatment intro duced by Mr Wallace, are said to be worth £15,000. The complainant, discovering the flaw in the title to the sites, took possession of the latter, and obtained registration for them, without having previously obtained an adjudication of forfeiture. Mr Rowan mentioned that it was ad mitted in Court that the Complain ant had the proper number of miners' r...
DAIRY FARMING.. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 15 November 1890
Dairy Farming. In this district where grazing is the chief in dustry of ifche farmer® it is a wonder that more ' attention ha^j not been paid to the dairy. -Stock fattening and dairy ing should go together, and if pro perly combined a good income is i derivable each year. Most of our farmers have families growing up, and ihe question aiises, 'Will grazing alone keep them all profitably em ployed.' We are afraid not. A judicious combination of industries will achieve this object, and give every member of the family some thing to do. * We lia-^e heard it urged that distinct classes of cattle are re quiredjfor fattening and dairying ; in the one case a large framed beast is needed that will bring in weight to its owner ; whilst if a beast is put ting on flesh it cannot turn its food into milk. There is a great deal of truth in this observation. The Polled Angus cattle, for instance, are ack nowledged to be the best breed for fattening, and it is well-known that they are useless for mil...
Mining Nuggets. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 15 November 1890
Stilting Nuggets. I Prior to' the recent proceedings in the Bethanga Warden's Court between the Wallace Bethanga Com pany. land Mr W. R. Robinson, the latter secured a parcel of 6^ tons of tailings .from the leases in dispute, ana sent it to Messrs J olmston, Field and Breman, of Melbourne, for treat ment by a process known to that firm. The return was lOoz. 6dwt. 12gr., or 83 per cent, of fine assay. The reserved decision in the trespass cases was given by the warden on Wednesday, and it was awaited with much interest, as the leases of the Wallace Bethanga Company are at present under offer to an English syndicate, from whom an answer is expected next ninnth.
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 15 November 1890
Local awl General. -u. ? — — Rifle CtCB. — A general meeting of members will be held at the Shire Hall on Wednesday evening next, for the purpose of receiving orders for rifles, and other important business. ' j Cricket Association. — A meeting of I delegates of the Yackandandah Cricket Association was held at the Athenaeum on Saturday last. The weather being wet the attendance of delegates was not so large as expected. An apology was received from the delegate of the Stanley Club stating inability to be present. The rules drawn up by the committee were dealt with, and one or two important alterations made to make the Association as liberal as possible, and to ensure general representation of the clubs in the district. The subscription as fixed by the subcom mittee was one guinea, but this was re duced to 10s payable in two instalments 5s on joining and 5s on January 1st. Rule 6, providing for fines of delegates not attending the Annual Meeting was made to read 2s 6d instead of Hr t...
Kergunyah South. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 15 November 1890
Kercfunijah South. ? :o: ? (From Our Own Correspondent.) Tuesdav. Stand aside ! and let Kergunyah step in. A very interesting game of cricket took place at Kiewa on Satur- j day last between the Kergunyah Warriors and Kiewa and Huon Lane (combined). The visitors gained the toss, and Mr S. Hadley and Mr J. Bell went to the wickets. The fol lowing are the scores . — — o ? Kergunyah — First Innings. S. Hadley, c and b J. Lawson ... 4 J. Be'l, b J. Lawson ... ... 21 A. Roxby, cand b J. Lawsou ... 2 R. Roxby, b Henry .. ... 5 T3 Motrissy, run out ... .. ... 10 T. Barnes, b J. Lawson ... ... ... 7 J. Hadley, b Henry ? 40 S. Moirissy, run out ... ... ... 0 F. Barnes, c and b Laver ... ... ... 0 H. Hartley, b H. Lee ? 3 W* Hadley, b Henry ... ... ... S Byes ? 19 Toral ... ... 119 Kiewa and Huon Lane — 1st Innings. — Henry, b R. Roxby ... ... S W. Stuckey, c andb H. Hadley ... 3 — Nuttall, b J. Bell ... ... 0 — Street, b J. Bell ... ... 5 J. Lawsf-n, b J. Bell ... ... 1 — Laver, b J. Bell .....
STAGHORN FLAT SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 15 November 1890
JSTAGHOllN SPORTS. Judges- — Messrs D. Robinson, C. Hitr-cock, -s.' s ,H. Richardson, sen. Starter— Mr Jas. Moye. Handicappera ? — Messrs R. B. Hocking, E. H. Hedley, Wm. Johnson. Committee— Messrs Jno. Bowran, W.Shugp, T ^ 1 ? ? TU«r, T J. KOOIUCUU) AUVUMI, w. *. W. Joht son, E. Visick, Hy. Hodgson, G. Duell. A. Duell, A. Bigelow, Thos. ! Purdey, B. Pilkington, E. Lemin, Jesse Glass, M. 'Lindsay, M Walsh, Robt. Elliott _ R. Oaid, M. Fahey, J. ' * Long^tiff, Jno. Stephens, S. Maddock, H. Richardson. The sports held at Staghorn on Friday, the 7th instant, were an un precedented success. The weather of the previous few days was very warm, whilst on the Thursday evening there were signs of an approaching change. Friday morning broke fine, but soon tbe sky became overcast, and at midday the weather clerk was evidently deciding whether to send rain in torrents the whole afternoon or to hold off till the next day. How ever, he was satisfied with, a few sprinkles of water, striking a few m...
Yackandandah Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 15 November 1890
[?] A meeting of members of the above was held at the -Shire: Hall on Satur day evening last, there being present Messrs Molyneux, . Baass, Dunstan, Priestly, Hocking, Reichardt, McKay, Fedderson, Clausen, Dickson and Moore.. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. The sub-committee appointed to procure the target and put - the range in order, reported having ordered a half-inch steel target and ringing bulls-eye. They -also reported as to what work would be necessary to put the range in order. CORRESPONDENCE. A letter was read from the secre tary of the Cricket Club, respecting a weekly half- holiday, intimating that Mr Nette had been appointed to wait upon the business people on behalf of the Cricket Gliib, aud re questing the Rifle Club to appoint a delegate to act in concert with him. On the motion of Mr Priestly, seconded by Mr Fedderson, Mr Dunstan was appointed the delegate of this club. OFFICERS. The election of officers was next proceeded with, and resulted...
PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 15 November 1890
PROGRAMME. 1. MAIDEN PLATE, 100yds. Prize, 20s. Entrance, Is. Ballard (Albury) ? 1 John-on ... ... .. 2 Eight entries. 2. SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, 130yds, L7, First prize, L5 ; 2nd, 30s ; 3rd, 10s. 1st Heat. Johnson, 17yds ? 1 Skahill, 1 3yds ? 2 2nd Heat. A. Hill, 4yds ... ? 1 Anderson, Syds ? 2 3rd Heat. A. Hendy, 17yda ? 1 A. Priestly, 5yds ? 2 4th Heat. A. Bigelow a bye. 2nd Round — 1st Heat. Skahill ? 1 Anderson ? 2 2nd Heat. Johnson ? 1 Piiestly ... .. ... 2 Final. Johnson ... ? ... 1 Skahill ? 2 Priestly ? 3 3. SIAMESE RACE, SOyds. Prize, 20s. Ballard and Keppler ... ... 1 Duell and Nicholl ? 2 Six entries. 4. OBSTACLE RACE, 200yds, 40s. First prize, 30s ; second, 10s. W. Stapleton ... ... 1 W. Bigelow ? 2 Five entries. 5. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, 200yds. First prize, 30s ; 2nd, 10s. Over six hurdles, 3ft. 6in. high. C. Keppler ... ... l T. Welsh ? i 2 Nil e ent ies. 6. OLD BUFFERS' RACE, handicap, for men 45 years and over. First prize, 20s ; 2nd, 5s. D. Barnes ... ... ... j M. Fahe...
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 15 November 1890
GAZETTE . An examination for the non-clerical division will be held on Saturday, the 13th December, at Beechworth, No. 1560, at 9.45 a.m. Licences to transfer, -tc., mining leases. — Beechworth. numbered 2343, 2342, 2345, 2437, 2438, toW. Riggall to transfer the said leases unto T. G-. Davey. Mineral leases in Beechworth dis trict. — G.Osborne, 'Metal Extracting Coy,' 41a 2r 24p, Bethanga (copper and silver being the metals to be . worked) ; W. R. Robinson and j another, ' Metal Extracting Com pany,' 37a 3r lp ; Bethanga (copper and silver) . A. R. Balfour and another, 34a lr 29|p, Bethanga (copper and silver). W. R. Robinson ' Metal Extracting Coy.' 21a 2r 22p, Granya, (copper and silver). Same, 6a lr 9p, Granya (copper and silver). Same, 5a lr SOp. Granya (copper and silver). Same, 25a lr 30p, Granya, (copper and silver.) J. A. Wallace, ' The Granya Mining and Smelting Works,' 55a Or 18p, Granya (silver and cop per). T. 0'Sb.ea and another, 25a, Parish of Merton (antimony). Grazin...