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The Equitable Life Assurance Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 November 1890

The Equitable Life Assurance Society. When the Equitable commenced business in Australia, it promised that the accumulated funds of its Australian Branches would be in vested in Australia. This promise has been faithfully kept, and with a view to the greater development of its Australian business, the Equit- | able lias recently purchased two j Sites For Offices, which are quite ! unrivalled in position. One in Mel bourne, with a frontage of 132 feet to Collins Street, and of 80 ft to Elizabeth Street, which cost over £300,000, and the other in Sydney, at a cost of nearly £200,000, with a frontage of 132 feet to the very best part of George Street, adjoining the land recently resumed by the Government for the improvement of the General Post Office. The magnitude and the substantial char acter of Equitable's stake in Australia ? is made very apparent by these two investments, which together exceed half a. million sterling. « ; The Equitable - Life : Assurance Society devised sind int...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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THE ATHLETIC CLUB. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 22 November 1890

THE ATHLETIC CLUB. j [To the Editor of the Times.] j Sir, — No doubt my name must ap' pear very familiar to you after Mr Calder's epistle of the 15th instant. Mr Calder make a very poor attempt indeed to contradict my letter or sub stantiate his own report. He evi dently measures other people s corn by his own bushel, when he says no doubt ' I ' would like the cash for hire of the room handed over to me two months before it was required — as much as to say I wanted the use of the money. However he did not get it until it was paid for. My advice to Air Calder is to keep ' closed features ' in reference to money matters in connection with public affairs ; or like the boy and the wolf he should not cry till he was out of the woods. He surely forgets when he was treasurer of the Yackandandah Quadrille Club. I can assure Mr Calder whatever I have done in con nection with public matters, in Yack or elsewhere, it was not for the sake of greed or lucre, but for honor and glory. Perhaps if I...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 November 1890

King William III, King of the Netherlands died on Monday in his 74th year. Plenty of money coming into Eng land. . Financial crisis will now blow over. Two sensational cases of poisoning have occurx*ed at Kyabram. On Friday last a family of three were the victims of poisoning through eating fish. The cases were all very bad, but under the care of Dr Merrills they have now i*ecovered. The second case is of a more serious description. It is alleged that a father has been trying to poison his son by placing poison on roast meat. Some of this was given to a dog, which died in about five minutes. Fortunately the man tasted the meat, and spat it out, but not befox'e some effect had been produced upon him, necessitating medical aid being called in.

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Commercial. MYRTLEFORD STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 November 1890

Commercial. Myktlefokd Stock Sale. The above sale was held on the 25th. inst. by Mr ivnaggs. 150 head were yarded and 90 odd sold. Tbe following sales were effected: — Fat bullocks for Mr Martin — 3 at &7 7s 6d ; 2 at £6 12s 6d ; 2 at £8 17s 6d ; 3 at L9 13s 6d ; 3 heifers at L6 os. For Mr Gill, 4 bullocks at L6 17s 7d. For Mr Lewis, Yeiler L*2 ; 2 cows L4 12s; 2 beifers L3 15s. For Mr Kirwan — 11 bullocks at L5 2s 6d. For Mr J. Smith, Buffalo River, 17 bullocks at L3 12s 6d; For Mr Morrison 16 mixed young cattle at Ll lis; 20 do at L2 7s. For Mr Haley, Barwidpee, 6 yearlings at Ll 15s. Odd beasts from 25s to L4. Sheep — For Mr Martin, 15 wethers at 9s 3d ; 87 do at 7s 6d ; 30 lambs at 5s and 5s 6d ; 45 ewes at 5s 3d For Mr Kelly. 25 lambs at 7s 2d ; 5 ewes at 6s 3d. The Stoney Creek old Weselyan Church was knocked down at L5.

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Mining Nuggets. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 November 1890

Mining Nuggets. ? ? 28 loads of stone from the Queen's Jubilee reef, Chiltern, yielded 49 ozs. of gold. Mr Outtrim-has announced that in future when parties receiving assist ance from the Prospecting Vote strike gold, they will have to inform the department and a . system of re-fnnds will then be commenced. An Amending Mining Bill is to be introduced this session. It will deal among other subjects with an amend ment of the machinery regulations, the distribution of the prospecting vote, the mining boards, and the issue of grazing licenses over the sur face of comparatively large areas con tiguous to each other held under mining lease. It is necessary in alluvial mining- to grant a lease of a large area, as the lessees may have to prospect over a wide distance fox* the wash, though the whole of the surface is not required for the purpose of carrying on operations, and the j Minister thinks the unused land j might be utilised for grazing and j other purposes to advantage without j int...

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Gundowring. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 November 1890

f Gutidowring. i C; i' { -? i---. c (From our own Correspondent;) The annual picnic washieldat Lower Gun do wring pn Frida^, list instant. There was not such a large attendance as there used to be formerly, probably on ^account of the. seveiance of Upper Gundowring, tbte residents of which also hold an annual pic-nic. There was a fair share of amusement during the day, several prizes being competed for by the children, nearly every one getting a prize. In the evening a concert was held in aid of a library. Mr Crosthwaite occupied the chair, and briefly explained the objects of the concert, and introduced the per formers, which was commenced with an overture on piano and violin by Miss and Mr F. Lack. Then followed a duet by the Misses Searle, and ' The j Sailor's Grave,' by Mr J. Keegan. A j recitation, ' My big sister's Beau,' by ; Miss A. Searle received great ap- ' plause. A song, ' With Maggie by my side,'' by Mr H. Keegan, was sung in his usual excellent style. : ' Round the Ca...

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Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with opinions expressed by correspondents.] THE ATHLETIC CLUB. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 November 1890

Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with opinions expressed by correspondents.] THE ATHLETIC CLUB. Pro THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.] Sir — There appears in your issue of the 22nd inst a rambling list of personalities chiefly directed at my self, by Mr Clune. He thinks we have very little to do in these parts but to read and try to understand the very childish and miserable way he tries to obtain the sympathy of the public, and to pose as the scape goat or the persecuted. Everything he does for the public is for honor and glory, but where does the glory come in ? Kneebone winning the Sheffield may have helped it. He tells you he was sat on, and would not have been had he accepted lucre. I should say don't, be sat on, bnt take your fee like a member of par liament. Ah, Clune ! this is a very bold world. It frequently happens that the most virtuous of men are the most cruelly treated. Mr Perry gave his advice to the Athletic Club free, and remarked that Mr Clune was a youug man a...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH REV. J. TREDINNICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 November 1890

':W^LEYAN Yackanriandah, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. \ : j T Sir ;?{ : t: ? r ! -T ; -Stoney'-Greekf^at rfl &;ral ?'*' -? O-'i t I. ; M}Tde(brd^7^;bE.f^ -/?' (- 'jf I PUBLISHED EVERY SATUjKDAT. * ! ' IWtik ^upplfiinentJi' j SATURDAY* NOVEMBER 29, 1890. ? » . ' i

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CRICKET. YACKANDANDAH v. DEDERANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 November 1890

CRICKET. YACKANDANDAH v. DEDERANG. On Saturday last the Dederang cricketers paid a visit to Yackandan dah for the purpose of trying conclus with the local men. It had been stipulated by the secretary of the visiting club that play should start at 12 o'clock, but through a misunder standing on the part of the local team the Yacks did not turn up till two o'clock. Full explanations placed the matter right, and the game started. The visitors, captained by Mr Welshman, were the first to take the wickets, but owing to the good bowling of Goodyear, they could only put together 20 runs. The Yack team, skippered by Mr Hocking, made a much better stand, Hocking and Goodyear being almost insepar able. The former played well for 33 and the latter soon compiled 24, The innings closed for 120 runs. The visitors went in for their second inn ings, and although they fared much better than in the first innings they were unable to avoid a oue innings defeat. Braidwood played well for Dederang, scorin...

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FRUIT GROWING, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 November 1890

Fjruit Growing, &c. u . ' The question fcf fruit and vine | growing is one I that is now; occupying a considerable amount of attention in other. districts, and the feeling is gaining groundthat in the not far distant future these in dustries will be the principal ones, of the country districts. Even in the Wimmera. where the rainfall is slight irrigation schemes are being brought into vogue for this purpose. The Riverside orchard, the property of 3fessrs ClaTk Bros., shows that with irrigation fruit growing ib possible, though vine-growing.is not so success ful, as irrigation is not conducive to the production of grapes suitable fonvine making. Mr Spawn thinks highly^of the prospects of that district for the erection of canneries, and he has just established such a company. The object of these remarks is to show that if fruit-growing will pay in the Wimmera with expensive irrigation schemes, the possibilities of this dis trict with its regular rainfall are even greater. Hith...

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Kergunyah, Presbyterian Church Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 November 1890

J&rgwnyah Ptf^ytermnCJiureli i i * *J JAn.n$fitersarff^\ .fit ? F|?H ? ? -a. *fc»*v The^um^r^ary j seryi^es* -?f the : ^ei^unV^^velb^^iua^ljjbLiiVGb^vrere held on Siuadag^fpi ; Monday : last * The con- ducted liy ; the Rev. -F: Wj Jsiliotib, there being a good congregation on this occasion.. On the Mfonday a tea and public meeting took place. The weather on Sunday was all that could he desired, hnt Monday morning hore nnmistakeable signs of the approach of a thunderstorm. At noon the heavens became clouded and the ominous thunder, at first distant, gradually approached, andabout lialf past two the rain descended in tor Tents. After the storm th© sun again shone forth, and it was generally thought that all rain for the day was past. Tlie preparations for the tea meeting proceeded as before, and at six o'clock there was a good assem- ' hlage of people from all parts of the surrounding district, ready for the opening of the doors. The *ky again became gloomy, and just as tea wa...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 November 1890

Local and General. : . I DedeeaNg — In our last issue we re ported that steps were beinsr taken at Dederang to provide a public Hall. The collectors . have been on, tbe . war.;path. , and : a contingent visited Yackandandah m. F $Mesd*y,i'/l£|-M$ing i satisraction. 'A meeting -is to be beta 1 next ^Tuesday when jmatters . will Jbe, lurther discussed. A ' IlAi.r-Hor.ibAT.— A rtieeting of bu^inere people of the town was to have been held oil' Wednesday ' evening. Messrs Haigf Nette, Rome, Plummer were present, with several employes, and ? an apology-, yyius made for Mr Calder, who expressed 'bis willingness to 'gb with the majority. It was thought that as the meeting was not a thorough^ representative one it would be better to adjourn to next Tues day. Messrs J. Rome and Plummer were deputed to wait upon all the business people, and to request their attendance that evening. Ceicket. — The Beechworth Cricketers will visit Yackandandah to-day (Saturday) for the purpose of playing a frie...

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KERGUNYAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 November 1890

KE11GUXYA1I. (By our own, Reporter.) On Monday last I had occasion to visit Kergunyah, the attraction being the anniversary, tea meeting of the Presbyterian Church. Although the journey was made under rather un favorable circumstances — to wit thunderstorms — I was able to obtain some idea of the character of the country along the route, as well as in the immediate vicinity of the Ker gunyah church. Weather did not permit of my putting into practice the ideas I had conjured up before start ing of having a good look-round, to use a common phrase, and in this respect I was somewhat disappointed. I had, therefore, to defer that plea sure until some .future visit. - There is not much to dilate upon, in regard to scenery, &c., between Yackandandah and Allan's Flat ; but the spell of the journey was nicely broken at Mr Robinson's hostelry. After leaving Allan's Flat we began to appr-oach indications of farming, and I could not help admiring the quality of the soil along the flat l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 November 1890

as ' ? .. . . ' Special Medical Notice. !; r ' '' ' : -s^Sp' All Diseases of Lotig^iming Com pletely Cured by, irjiitA Herbal Magnetic Chronic Sufferers should not fail to, consult Mft H. E. Kugeimnn, CONSULTING HERBALIST' and ELECTRIC, ji* . Of 172 and 174 William -sTasaT, Melbourne. ALL CONSULTATIONS FREE. Notice. — If preferred, a. signed agreement given, which, provides that no cost is incurred in the event of a cure not being' effected. AS Ms. H. E. KUGELMANN cannot possibly visit personally every town in Victoria and adjacent colonies, and in order that all sufferers Irom any Chronic or .supposed Incurable Disease may be en abled to obtain the benefit of his un doubted skill and ability in curing all Diseases by his new and wonderful Herbal Magnetic treatment without Drugs or Poisons, he has appointed his Associate and Representative, Mr JAMES McLEAN, who is a skilful aud careful Diagnosis! of many years' experience, to visit regularly every month the following, amongst other ...

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yackandandah Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 November 1890

Ya^^utidandah Shire? tyuttciMiii jf- ' Pm- ? ;'A. ? ji* — sr=-- v am '- Tbe monthly meeting trfjffiejqiafg was held ^t rail ..-^hire llall Thursday. ' oA^6l^d son ? -'^presidential ' Smitb, Burro wes, McDonald^^ Mon gan, Robinson, and Street./:?; ; ^ ^ ANKTJAL MEETING. - « The annual meeting for veGeiving , the' balance-sheet1 and auditor's re p^)rt was then held. The balace-sbeet showed that tbe following amounTs ^^or -works . had b^een ^exrpended/lpriiig the- year ?' — Yackand^indal^, ?L2,486 *' '9s 6d ; Barnawartha, -LI, 173 -3sl Od;Kie wa, L2,604 4s lOd. Tbe total expendi ture for the year was LlL,554jl9s. It was resolved on the motion of Crs Robinson and Mongan — That the balance-sheet be advertised in the ' Yackandandah Times.' The f Auditors' report \?as; read, whicn contained very complimentary remarks as. f the, manner in) which the Shire books were kept. Certain itepas were, disallowed; iii whicht an explanation was requested by the Public Works Pepartment. The re- ; port ...

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ODDFELLOWS' BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 November 1890

ODDFELLOWS' BALL. I.* i*tri*vri »' ft ' r - » . -i U-j/u u Ipn -! ? : The long - talked - of Oddfellows Ball took place in (the i5hire Hall on Friday, 21st instant. The weather was all : that Gould be derired^not ftoo warm—and' this induced I a. large at-, tendaucel : The Oddfellows' ball has been an annual affair for the last 20 years, and this lodge being the oldest established rin the district, -ami the strongest^ 'the ball is always regarded as the principal event of the y6ar. On this occasion the. lodge had Spared no expense ' nor trouble5 ^ : -mal^ itSie occasion an' attractive one, and they were rewarded for their endeavors in knowing that all . thoroughly Enjoyed themselves. Schlue's , String. Band, of five performers, were present, and this fact is, a guarantee that the music was first-class. Those who could not participate in the dancing derived pleasure fxx)m the music. The gather ing wails also noted for its -sociability-. All reserve was cast aside for cordial- : ity an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 November 1890

RECREATION HALL, BEECHWORTH. WEDNESDAY, December 31. GREAT Ovens Natives' Re-Union. DOUBLE TICKETS, 10s 6n. LADYS EXTRA, 5s. Ticket^ obtainable from 'Messrs Hatters ley, Clune; Rummer, -T. Haijr, jun., or ? - ? ; W. B. PORRITT, ; Hoi:. Sec. LOOK HERE. LOOK HERE LOOK HERE. LOOK HERE , ' YACKANDANDAH YACKANDANDAH 11/ ILL be visited by the Great TEM -W PER ANCE LECTURER, Mil R. CO AD, Whose'Fiixve has aWorld - wide Spread as ; ®:j ^'Lecturer on Temperance and other 5tb, 1S90, be will deliver one , of his Popular Lec tures on; Temperance. : Doors open at 7.30 p.m. Cbair taken at 8 p.m. FREE. / Ytli; MR CO AD \vill Sj^eacb Mornilig ' at' 'I I o'clock^ and Stln at -3 o^lo^kj Lecthire by Mr Cofed for llkdies 'Ony^jO-FREEi.-,;; dfellver ttnWof hisipojiular Lectures. entitled -'A REGIMENT ?OF NOBLI? Admission i«. ' Singing by ft ^iect phoir. , L . Ah meetings will be held m the Shire Hall.' t j ! -j.-, t . - EL ECT f l |D| sp R|pT o ^ £? i BENAM^RAi . YACKANDANDA^t) I VISION. The List of Rat...

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THE TWIST CREEK REEFS. LITTLE TUNNEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 November 1890

CBEEK EEEFS. IiITTLE TUISTNEL. The Little jTunnel l-eef is known to be one of t^i^ most reliable in Twist Creek. Fpom the time of its dis^ coyery to^flie cessation of operations it had never failed to produce pay. able gold. The point of working is where it crosses the gully, and the ton! lock heaps wound show that at one time it was tbe scene of activity. The immediate neighbourhood is also studded with mullock heaps and shallow pits, and as the hill beyond' is ascended line after line of gol-J~ bearing reefs are come across. The bill, in fact, seems to be a hill of reefs, all of which have produced their rich patches, and which have been merely scratched over the sur face. The story of every reef in tin's hill is well worth relating, and when concluded will show that the one thing needful is capital to develop the treasure which must be hidden deep down. When the fact i6 con sidered that every known reef there carries gold, the- question naturally arises, 'Where did the gold come ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 November 1890

Auctions. Wodonga Horse Sale. v 400 Horses. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY? 4th and 5th December, j Doughariy and Parker, With Chas. Ii. Griffith 4nS -^o. .- ;.. *? , \jl/ ILL bold their next horse sale on * T the above date, at their yards, Wodonga, when they will offer— .... 400 Fresh HORSES, comprising cavalry j remounts._gun horses, ^carriage pairs, daugiits, hacks, &c. A great number of these horses, are direct front some of Jhe most,, favorably ! known breeding 'establishments in the Mur rumbidge, Murray atid lliverma. MyrtlefordMarket. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 25th, On arrival of th e Bright Train. = T. A. lAGGS, Will offer ; 15 Prime /Bullocks from Eldorado „10 Prime Bullocks' from Bowman's Forrest 10 Prime Bullocks Whorouly r, . 15 Prime Bullocks from Gundowring : 20 3 and 4-year-old Store Bullocks lrom Buflalo River 40 2-year-old Steers from Happy Valley 20 ditto from Tawauga 40 Odd Lots from Surrounding District ?200 Prime Sheep from Gbiltern 40 Prime Lambs from Ghiltern 20 Prime L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 November 1890

WATERLOO HOTEL, (OPPOSITE THK POST OFFICE.) HIGH STREET, YACKANDANDAH. - ? I OLD ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL HOUSE. 5 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 ©f support. EVERT ACCOMMODATION FOR visrroBS.ANc families, A First-class Cuisine Guaranteed. Only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits kept. 'First-class Sample Room Batli, -S:c. Superior Alcock's Billiard Table. Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND LOWE'S COACHES. ST-A-IR/ SIOTEXj, YACK AND AN D AH. P, McDermott - Proprietor, TvESIRES to intimate to his numerous I f friends of Yackandandah and public geperallv, tliat he has taken the above well known hostt'lry, 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. Y...

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