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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 November 1890

| Church Notices. The following are the service arrange ments iu connection with the differen denominations for Sunday next : — PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. James Greig, M.A. Yackandandah, 11 a.m. aud 7 p.m.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 November 1890

! General News. i ? 1 Half a dozen rouseabouts at Mitchell's Tabletop Station, Albury, have struck because they were re fused sauce for their pudding. Patrick Byrne, of Docker's Plains was killed on Monday, through slip ping off a dray, and one of the wheels passing over him. The English press maintains that ill* Pamell should resign his seat in the House through the O'Shea scan dal. He refuses to do so however. There is a financial crisis in Eng land. Besides the Baring Bros. Co.'s difficulties, an Anglo-German Bank is spoken of as being in difficulties . The jury could not agree at the trial of S'lavin and McAuliffe, and they were discharged, being bound over to appeal at next sessions. Smidt, the Wagga murderer was I ! executed on Tuesday. He died with out the slightest struggle. It is sup posed that he made a confession. In view of tbe reckless charges which of late have been frequently made iu tbe Assembly, Sir Henry Parkes intends introducing almost immediately a short bill by...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. REV. T. J. WRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 November 1890

CHURCH of ENGLAND. Rev. T. J. Wbight. j Yackandandah, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wooragee, 3 p.m. Hillsborough, Monday, at 7 p.m.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Land Board. [Before A. M. Stewart, Laud Officer.] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 November 1890

Local Land Hoard. ]_ Before A. M. Stewart, Laud Officer.] The following applications were considered bv a 1 ocal Land Board at the Couit bouse, Yackandandah, on Monday, 17th November, 1S90, at 11 o'cL ck a.m. — Applications under 32ud Section L.A., 1890. 1. E'ien Goonan, 450 acres block 29, Dedeiang. — Recommended. 2. Lucy R'bson, 13 acres, block 30a, Miillindoiitigong. — There b. ing no appear ance of the applicant, the application was po-tponed. Applicatif ns under 99th Seetion (ga*den site.) 3. Ge »rge Castle, 3 ac'e=, adjoi»in£ M. Gaivev's and T. Ban's holdings, Yackan dandah. — Recommended. To show cause against Forfeiture. 4. John McDermott to show cau«e against Forfeituie of hits Leat-e for 533 acres. Giazinp area No. 7k, Yackandandah. — Given six months ti comply with the conditions.

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WESLEYAN CHURCH REV. J. TREDINNICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 November 1890

WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. J. Tbedinnick. i Yackandandah, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Allan's Flat 3 p.m. Mr Smith. Myrtleford 7 p.m. * ? ? ? 1 PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. (With Supplement .) SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1890.

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Locust Plague. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 November 1890

JL/Ocust Plague. The locust plague has reached ex traordinary dimensions at Kerang. On Tuesday morning great swarms commenced to arrive in the town from the surrounding1 country, and on the following- day th^s streets, paddocks, and gardens were tliicKly covered with vast multitudes of the insects. The greater portion of the vegetables, flowers, and grass has already been devoured, the ground in many cases being left perfectly bare. The verandahs are so crowded with them that householders have to keep the doors shut to prevent the insects com ingin. They have not asyet,exceptina few instances, commenced to fly, being in the hopping stage, and travel at the rate of several miles a day, but when a wall or some other obstruc tion stops their onward progress they are collected in heaps 6in. deep, The landlord of the Royal Hotel (Mr O'Donnell) had to keep his house closed the whole of Wednesday to prevent the locusts obtaining ad mission. In the cattle-pits on the railway line the locust...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEPUTY CORONERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 November 1890

Deputy COROKERS. Among the wholesale dismissals of Black Wednesday, that day of iniquity, on which many an honest man s heart was broken, and many a happy home cast into gloom and misery — not the least conspicuous and unjustifiable was the discharge of all Deputy-Coroners, throughout the country districts. They were men specially qualified to dis charge the important duties of their -?8ice, inasmuch as they had been chosen almost exclusively from the medical profession. Their only fault, if fault it was, may be said to have been at times a little overofficious ness. As they were not salaried ' officers, but only received a small fee for each service, their dismissal cannot be defended on the plea of retrench ment, fdi* their combined fees through out the colony amounted only to a few thousand pounds per year. With strange inconsistency also the ' illus trious Berry ' retained them in the cities, apparently deeming human life r.i the country of less value than in towns, and quite sa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 November 1890

gazette:. , | Applications forgrants approved— Wm. Hollands, Mullindolingoug, 19a lr 17p. Application lorLicense approved— Win. Coyle, garden site, 3 acres, Munnungee. Applications for ^Licences and Leases not granted — Chas. McCarthy, Yackan dandah, 17a.; Sarah A. Cooper, Mullin dolingong, 600a.; John O'Sullivan, Myrtle ford, 20a.; Cornelius O'Sullivan, Barwidgee, 20 acres. Application ior Xieases . approved — Sarah A. Maddison, Cudgewa, 98a 3r 10p.; Patrick Grealy, Tawanga, 100a.; John Black, jun., Tawanga, 3l9a 2r 36p.; James Murray, Barwidgee, 214a 3r 22p ; David Barnes, Kergunyah North, 102a 12p. Lands temporarily reserved from sale. &c. — Yackandandah.— Site for a Public PaTk, being the site temporarily reserved for racing and general recreative purposes by orders of the 27th, April, 1868, and the 20th June, 1870, also excepted from occupation for residence or business under «ny miner's right or business licence. — Sixty-six acres two roods eighteen perches, county of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 November 1890

Auctions. I Wodonga Horse Sale. I 400 Horses. I THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, 4th «nd I 5th December. | I DOUCHARTt AND Pj RKER, I With Clias^ L. Griffith feud Co. ~ : I \\f ILL hold their next horse sale on I W the above date, at their yards, I Wodonga, when they will offer — - I 400 Fresh HORSES, comprising cavalry, : I -remounts, gun horses, carriage pairs, I daughts, hacks, &c. I A great number of these horses, are ? I direct from some of the most favorably I ' known breedii^estabUshments iti-the iMur I I rumbidge, Murray and Ttiverina. I j FRIDAY, 28th November. I Mount Margaret Bollocks, I Speyed Cows & Heifers I at Wodonga. - ? Pearson, Rowe, Smith, .* an6 co: HAYE received instructions from Messrs Moodie, DonaldsoD, Inglis & Co., to sell by Auction in their yards at Wodonga, on FRIDAY, 28th instant, on arrival of Melbourne train. 250 Bullocks, 3 and 4-year-old. 400 Speyed Gows 200 Speyed Heifers From their Mount Margaret Station of the , famous CM2 brand. AH i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 November 1890

WATERLOO HOTEL, (opposite the post office.) HIGH STREET, YACKANDANDAH ( OLD ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL 1 HOUSE. Frank Entra - Proprietor. BEGS to return thanks to the Public generally for support accorded him in the past, and hopes by strict attention to their requirements to receive a fair measure of support. EVERT ACCOMMODATION FOB. 2C Gus^r-anteed. Only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits kept. First-class Sample Room Batli. &c. Superior Alcock's Billiard Table. Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND LOWE'S COACHES. STAB HOTEL, YACKANDANDAH. P. McDermott - Proprietor, DESIRES to intimate to his numerous friends of Yackandandah aud 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. Yackandandah. and Beecli worth. Daily Coach.. BECK, LOWE...

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WODONGA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 November 1890

WODONGA MARKET. j Trenchard and Co sold 1900 bul ' locks for Morphett Bros, of Fort Ctn stantine, at £3 ,9s ; 900 from Cork Station at £3 6s ; S50 from Eden Downs, bullocks at £2 16s ; cows at £2 7s. ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 November 1890

Commercial. \ } The Melbourne, Stock &nd;Station J^our . nal reportis as follows underrate ofThurs I day, the 20th Novecpberj 1890 j I Fat Cattle. — 2300 weise yagaed, i necessitating a two petition was extremely' 'dull, and prices ruled considerably lower, al though there was a large attendance of buyers. Prime pens, of bullocks brought from£8 10 to £9 10 ; extra do, from £10 to £10 17s 6d ; odd beasts from £11 to £12 ; good do from £7 to £8 ; middle and inferior . i* K 1 ? f Si *. irom &p y oest pens cows, trom x-p /s -3d to £6 10 ; others from £3 1-5. Fat Sheep. — The supply was largely in ex cess of requirements, 32*000 having been yarded, which consisted cbiefly of middling to good qualities with a ; small proportion prime. Owing to the heavy, supply the tone ;of. the market was weaker throughout, ami although be-t tiesciptionsrealised about late rates yet in most instances prizes ruled fully 6d per head lower:- Prime crossbred wethers, from 10s to life1;' a few...

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Gundowring. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 November 1890

Gundowring. (From a Correspondent,) Crops are looking well in this direc tion : in fact everything is at its best, and our farmers are jubilant in con seqnence. Our boys had the pleasure of meet ing Keren n vah last Saturday . The previous week ' your own from Ker gunyah headed his letter, ' Stand aside ! and let KLei-gunyah step in. ' How about it this week ? I guess it is, ' Stand aside !? and let Gundow ring ride the high horse.' We com pletely turned the tables upon Ker gunyah. A defeat in an innings and 21 runs is not bad If I mistake not the other clubs in the Association will have their work to put Gundow ring down. We did fairly well at football for the fir*t season, but the surrounding clubs will find that though we were new at football, we are not so cheap at cricket. What with our annual picnic, which takes place to-day (Friday) we shall be having quite a plethora of amuse ment. Our Cricket Club wants funds, and accordingly they propose holding a concert and ball at an ea...

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Mining Nuggets. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 November 1890

Mining Ntiggete. - Mining at Hillsborough seems to be going ahead, and most of the reefs are looking very well. The Homeward Bound is crushing, and we hear that about 500 tons are being put through. The Rowdy Flat claim is being cleaned up. llie boxes were washed through last week, and the yielll Was, considered very satisfactory, although tbe amount has not transpired. They are now busy cleaning up the ground sluices. The Staghorn claim is still idle, but will soon be ready to start. The new pump is almost in position. The only question of doubt now is, as to whether the engines will be sufficiently powerful. The new machinery at the Wool slied is working satisfactorily. The barge is built on a stronger principle than the Ottawa at Howdy Flat, which is considered lather light. If the Woolsbed turns out alright, the new machinery for other claims of the Yackandandah Sluicing Co. will be built on the same principle. The report of the Mining Depart ment for the past, quarter has been ...

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KERGUNYAH v. GUNDOWRING [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 November 1890

KERGUNYAH v. GUNDOWRING (From Our Own Correspondent.) An enjoyable cricket match was played between Kergunyah and Free dom Bros, on Saturday 15th, on the Gundowring ground, which resulted in a victory for the locals in one innings and 21 runs. The Kerganyah captain G. Hadley winning the toss rroru J. uiiisoorrow elected to bat. The bowling of the Gundowring men being exceptionally good, Kergun yah were quickly disposed of for the small total of 19 runs. A. Hobbs with 37 balls took 7 wickets for 6 runs ; W. Bills borrow with 36 balls took 3 wickets for six runs in the second innings. R. Barton with 18 balls took 3 wickets for 7 runs. G. Barnes and W. Hadley bowled well for Kergunyah. Although Kergun yah were well provisioned with ' duck eggs ' which they brought from Huon Lane they were supplied with some thing more substantial at Gundow rmg. The following are the scores: — Kebgcsyah. 1st inning. 2nd innings. W. H idley, b A. Hobbs 1 c J.Bill -rr*-xr 2 A. Rnxby, st ? 0 hit wicket . ....

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CRICKET. YACKANDANDAH v. HILLSBOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 November 1890

T cricket. Ry^CKAN D AND AH v. HILLSBOROUGHl ' *Teams from the above clubs met at Hillsborough on Saturday, being the first match this season for both clubs. \ The wicket was not very good, and being on a sidling the scoring was not as high as would be ex pected from level ground, as the batting had to be confined to one side principally. The bowling on both sides was good, in fact the match was recognized .as a bowler's match. For the locals Finney and Wilberforce made havoc with the wickets of the visitors, especially in the first Innings, Finney at one period taking three wickets with three con secutive balls. In the second innings Refshauge for the visitors took three wickets in four balls. The captain of the local team won, the toss and sent Yack. to the wickets ; however Capper and Hocking ' with 7 each were the highest scores, and the innings closed for 33. Hillsborough followed and compiled 41, Wilber force 10, and Finney 12 being top dwlc in- ia-cs was tiioug'iir time would...

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TAWONGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 November 1890

TA WONG A. I ? :o: ? * (Observer Corre^p ndrvt. ) |y A meeting of the road to Bright ? g committee was held last Saturday. The secretary informed the meeting ; that the representatives of the South Riding had promised to support a k deputation to endeavour to obtain 1 a grant from the shire council, and f ^ also promised to join with the Bright Shir.' Council to send a deputation to Melbourne to interview the I Minister of Public Works with a ? view to getting a grant of mouey to ! assist the two shires in makinc a b start with the road. Mr T. Robinson |' and Mr T Kaisjhin were appointed III a deputation to wait on the Yack- & andandah Shire Council. It was 5 decided also to form a league, to be |g called the Road to Bright League. ' if with a small subscription per mem- B ber. to defray the deputation and ? other necessary expenses. Every year the Bogong High fi Plains are receiving more at rent ion H from the Kiewa valley resident?. B nearly twenty thousand acres being fl ...

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A Day on the Hills. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 November 1890

^ -7^ ? ^ A Day on the JfilLs. ? (By One of tjle Party.) A stranger coming to Kiewa is struck with the beauty of the sar rounding scenery, and feels a natural desire to ascend one of the numerous mountains in the vicinity in order to obtain a better view. Accordingly one day last week a party of us determined to gratify our wish and climb Mt. Murramurang bong? (donbtful) We left the valley about 10 a.m. in the best of spirits, the day being all that conld be desired, and proceeded merrily until we had climbed the first hill where two of the party began to show the white feather, but by waiting and coaxing for some time we induced them to make another brave attempt and reached the next hill about half way to the top, but here they decidedly refused to do any more climbing and turned back. The rest of us, however, pressed manfully on, and reached the top about 1 p.m. Oar chief trouble on the wav 11 n was flip want of wn r.pi» as, being informed we would find plenty there, we had not t...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 November 1890

Correspondence. ? *r\-- [We do not identify ourselves with opinions expressed by correspondents.]

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 November 1890

Local and General. ? ? Held Over. — Owing to an accident on the eve of our going- to pre?s we are com pelled to hold over the report of the concert I held at Hillsborough vntilnext issue. j Sale — Messrs Dougbarty and Parker ' held a successful clearing sale on Cash man s farm on Monday, on account of Mr J. R. Rome. Everything brought good prices, especially the furniture. Saddle hacks realised L6 5s; mares, L5 15s , 14 bullocks, L5 5s ; 11 steers, L3 16s; heifers, L2 16s ; buggy and harness, L24 10s. Mr Meurant, of Yackandandah, showed a buggy that was much aduiired. It was put up to auction, but passed in at L45, L47 10s being subsequently offered for it. Mihtkg Boaed. — The monthly meeting _ of the Mining Board will be held on Tuesday. It is likely to be an important meeting in view of probable proceedings being taken in the Supreme Court by farmers down the Ovens at Tarrawingee, respecting the pollution of the 6tream by sludge. The subject of water diversion will also be touched...

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