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Board, of Advice. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 29 November 1890
Board of Advice. The monthly meeting of the Board of Advice, No. 269, was held at the State School on Thursday. Present : Messrs Richardson (chairman), Haig, and Michelsen (correspondent). The Truant Inspector's report for &nbsp; the last two quarters was read, and recommendations for several prose- &nbsp; cutions approved of. &nbsp; &nbsp; CORRESPONDENCE. &nbsp; From W. Harris, Kiewa, drawing attention to bad state of the roof in &nbsp; the school-quarters . — No action. &nbsp; &nbsp; From Education Department, noti- fying appointment of Mr Loftus to the Sandy Creek State School, and Mr A. B. O'Hara to the Tawonga and Mullindolingong State School. From secretary Hillsborough Cricket Club, asking for the use of the Hillsborough State School for concert purposes on December 12th, the rain having spoiled their last con- cert on 14th November. — Permission granted. From J. H. Darton, head teacher Osborne's Flat State Schoo...
CRICKET. YACKANDANDAH v. BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 December 1890
CRICKET. YACK AN D AN DAH v. BEECHWORTH The above clubs met at Yack andandah on Saturday last, but the weather was very unfavorable, and the match can hardly be con sidered its a test of the merits of i ho respective teams. Just as play was ;.bout to start,' a very heavy thuudei -storm passed over the ground. and a clayed play until about liaJl past three. The visitors did not arrive till three o'clock, so that the match wo? generally unsatisfactory. After the thunderstorm the wicket was sodden, and the grass in the field wet. the ball being very 'greasy,' For the tirst few overs after the rain the bowling was very bad, and the scoring fast. The slippery nature of the ground also made the fielding bad. no less than four catches being missed. Hard luck seems to have followed the Tack boys. Mr Hock ing in his first over bowled Morrison, but he was given 'not out' by the umpire in mistake. The visitors put together 74 runs, and as the evening was advanced the local boys went in to play...
The Half-Holiday Movement. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 December 1890
2 he Hotf -Holiday JflCovciiietit. A meeting was held at the Athenaeum on Wednesday evening in connection ?with the half-holiday movement. There was a good attendance - of em-' ployers, and Mr Haig was voted to the chair. Mi* J. R. Rome, one of the com mittee appointed to inform the busi ness people of the meeting and its objects, reported that Mrs Martin would fall in with the views of the meeting, and Mrs Styles would agree to a Wednesday half-holiday. Mr Cole said that Wednesday would not suit trades-people, as it would make a break in the middle of the week. Besides some would go away out of town, and others would not know what to do with themselves. It would be different if they closed on a Saturday afternoon. They would be able to see cricket, football, and other matches. Mr Michelsen said that the firm of which he was a member, could not see its way clear to close on any day except Saturday, as it would not suit them to make a break in the week. It would never do. to leave bu...
Wedding at Allan's Flat. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 December 1890
Wedding, at Allan's Flat. On Wedittiay a ceremony o|g|p waB\p^ormfp_ by the Rev. EIlicM o^acka®d|Sa-T ^hj-, at ^Allan's Fill. ffsfaL H. 'Smith was the envi^le^brid^groom, and Miss Hayes th e charming bride; The nuptial knot was tied at eleven o clock in the presence of a large number of friends, and an adjourn ment was then made to Mr A. Hayes', where the wedding dejeuner was laid out in the best of style. The Rev. F. Elliott proposed the health of the bride and bridegroom in a neat little speech, which was responded to by Mr .Smith on behalf of his newly-acquired wife and himself. Mr Jas. Moye proposed the health of the Host and Hostess, which was ack nowledged by Mr Hayes. After dinner the party went for a drive, and in the evening there was a very large attendance of visitors from Allan's Flat, Staghprn, ^Osborne's Flat and Yackaiidandah, a merry night being spent in dancing, singing, par lor games, &c., ifce. Mr and Mrs Smith were to have left yesterday (Friday) for Germ...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 December 1890
General ' Xeivs. The slaughtermen are starting a Ilfei co-operative company to supply meat |p of union butchers without the inter- |||-i vention of dead meat salesmen. lip The Railway Commissioners are K closing a number of ruilw iv starions, »:) the revenue from whicli hi* hitherto not paid working expenses. plti ?Tones, the fraudulent insolvent, B§:. was sentenced to six months* nil- fill prisonment. |j|| The pi\)moters of the Tea River mi syndicate ask for £10,000 compeii- Kfi sation fi-om the Govei-nment for l-e- » fusing to grant a lease. Chenery's cordial factory at 1 field was blown down on Saturday. ,1 There is severe weather in Great ? Britain, and lieavv snow-storms. I 1 A tragedy occurred at Dry Diy- 1 gins, a small hamlet near Dayle^f^rd, | eaaly on Tuesday morniusr. A y -ung 1 married man named Avis»-u. suspect- ft his wife of unfaithfulness, returned p to his home unexpectedly in company 1 with a law clerk named Ellis, and 1 found her in the company of a mau 1 named Ho...
Strychnine and Suake-bite. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 December 1890
Strychnine and Suake-bite. | ^ftPurlfeading article of last issue of the rtply of E*r 1l™mer to the assertions ca Dr Ba^u «Hpof Queensland, that^str^inme wm not, effectual as an antidote to sn&e=Epison. The following in stanceaSSf successful treatment were given by Dr Mneller: — ' The fir tone w -s kindly communicated to me by Dr. P. Bray, of Corryong a few weeks ago. At B ingemgrong, a Elation on the Upper Mar1 ay, a favourite c& t was seen one day last -ummer engaged in dead y combat with a titrer snake. It managed to kill the reptile, but did not escape being bitten, and in a compara'vely short time wasst'etched out apparently lifeless A case containing antidote snd hypode'mic syringe, with directions fo' uce i-sued by me, now iareeiv «old by. my chemist, Mr M. S. Rome, happened to be kept on the station, ani it occurred to s«me young gentleman who had witnessed the occurrence to try the antidote. They did it, however, more for a lark than wi'h any se ious inten t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 December 1890
?s ; -Ml Diseases ^ Longstanding Gom ?#«4#p£dby . EerbalMagjaetic Treatment. -Chronic Bufferer^ -s^OtLlfl' not- fail t° iW consult' Mr H. £. Kugelmann, OOKSULp:^ AilST AND '''''' ELECmSo, . '' ? ? ? Of 172 aaid ?_174rf-=^KBaM- street, ! Melbourne. ALL GONSUi^ATlbjfS FREE! -Notice. — If preferred, a signed agreement given, which, provides that no cost; is incurred in tlie ?event of a cure not being' effected. AS Mr. H. E. KUOELM AmT cannot j possibly visit personally every town J in Victoria and adjacent colonies, and iu j Older that all sufferers from any Chronic ?or supposed Incurable Disease maj' be en- j abled to obtain the benefit of his uu- i doubted skill aud ability in curing all Diseases by bis new and wonderful Herbal Magnetic treatment without Drugs or 3?oisons, he has appointed bis Associate and Representative, Mr JAMES McLEAN, ! who is a skilful and careful Diaguosist of j many years' experience, to risit regularly j «very month the following, amongst other j towns, for ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 December 1890
Egyi-tiax Eye Salve is the only cer tain remedy for Sandy Blight and all diseases of the eyes or eyelids. It is pre pared from a plant growing near the great desert of E*»ypt, and being a vegetable preparation is possesses soothing and heal ing powers different from ail other oint ments. All sufferers are recommended to try it, as it never fails in working a speedy and complete cure, and testimonials telling of its miraculous properties have been re ceived from all parts of the world. The genuine is protected by a Black Pyramid Trade Mark, aud is now obtainable of all chemists in Australia at 2s 6d per box. Agent for Yackandandah, M. S. ROME. — Advt. RECREATION HALL, BEECHWORTH. WEDNESDAY, December 31. GREAT Ovens Natives' Re-Union. DOUBLE TICKETS, 10s 60. LADY'S EXTRA, 5s. Tickets obtainable from Messrs Hatters ley, Clune, Plummer, T. Haig, jun., or W. B. PORRITT, Hoc. Sec. LOOK HERE. LOOK HERE LOOK HERE. LOOK HERE YACKANDANDAH YACKANDANDAH WILL lie visited bv the Great TEM PERANCE...
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 December 1890
GAZETTE . Applications for licences and leases not granted— Wm. Coulson, 20 acres, Gun dowring. Applications for licenses approved. — William Eveston, 149a, Tanganibalanga. Applications for leases approved — Thos. Crotty, Bruarong, 98a lr 37p ; Bryan Kennedy, Barnawartha South, 44a 3r 7p ; Geo. Edmondson, Woorragee, 24a 2r 28p ; Ah Coon, Bruarong, 200a 2r 12p ; Jas. 1 McGill, Berringa, 155a Ir 19p; Hugh i Watereon, Kergunyah North,- 819 2r 19p. ; i Leases surrendered — Emilia E. Mad dock, Tanganibalanga, 145a. r ?, Impounded at Wodonga-^- 1 chestnut mare, blaze, collar marked, hollow back, like KD near shoulder; 1 white horse, saddle marked, like CR or G-R near shoul der; 1 black horse, star, . docked, ^j over R near shouldery ^ over F off shoulder ; 1 bay colt,* 'dark points, mane,' and tail* like P over ^ over 2 ; 1 bay horse,- Saddle marked, £ over H near shoulder, blind off eye; 1 brown horse, saddle marked, over L off shoulder, blind near eye ; 1 red; or light-brown ateer, whit...
WODONGA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 December 1890
WODONGA ANNUAL RACES. The following weights have been declared for ? the undermentioned events: — Hurdle Race. H. Hoysted's Buzzard, lOst 71b J. Lawson's Cavalier, lOst 41b W. R. Ringwood's Delhi, lOst 01b P. Hart's Allright, 9st 121b ,H. Mawby's J nan, 9st 71b H. Hales' Camden 9st 71b Wodoj^a Handicap. A. Roy's Numismatist, 9st 31b W. Higgin' s Tomboy, 9st lib H. Hoysted's Star of Erin, Sst 61b P. He fireman's Drumstick, Sst 4lb W. R. Ringwood's Delhi, 7s t 61b T. McDonald's Farewell, 7st 51b J. Gavin's Ophelia, 7st 51b H. Hoysted's Buzzard, 7st 41b W. R. Ringwood's Cracker, 7st 31b J. Sutherland's Glenloth, 7st lib P. and J. Mitchell's Gassiope. 7st 01b T. Masons Lucy Glitters, 6st 121b G . E. Davis' Masher, 6st 121b H. Mawby's Juan, 6st 101b W. J. Curran's, Conductor, 6st 101b PUBLICANS' PJlRSE. A. Roy's Numismatist, 9st 101b W. Higgin's Tomboy, 9st 71b H. Hoysted's Star of Erin, 8st 131b M'Donald's Farewell, 7st 131b T. Gavin's Ophelia, 7st 131b W. R. Ringwood's Cracker, 7st 121...
Commercial. DEDERANG QUARTERLY SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 December 1890
Commercial. DederangquaeceelySale. 1. A., jxnaggs reports under date of December 1st. that 112 head of store cattle w ere yarded, of: which 111 were sold. T he prices realized were as follows: — 3 -year old bullocks £3 15s; 2 year old st eers £2 10s. Mixed yearlings HI 15s. 260 Sheep wWe yarded. Ew«s brought 5s 7d to 6s wethers 8s. There was a large attendance of graziers and farmers, and the above prices were 'for nett cash. I sold drafts for Messrs J. Black, J. W. Nesbitt, Lambert and McCulloch and others. The sale all through was a decided success!
MUDGEGONGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 December 1890
3fUD GEGOX GA. A plain and fancy dress ball was the attraction at the Mudgegonga Free Library on Friday, the 28th November. There was a good atten dance, although not so large as ex pected, a counter attraction at Stan ley in the shape of a ball having con siderably interfered therewith. How ever, there were visitors from Yack andandah and Myrtleford, and the proceedings passed off successfully and merrily- Although the announce ment gave forth that it was to be a Plain and Fancy Dress Ball, the patrons of the former predominated. The dress, however, did not inter fere with the enjoyment in the least degree, and 'all went merry as a marriage bell.' It was feared dur ing the early part of the evening that' the ladies would be outnumbered by the gentlemen, but although the gentlemen preponderated the ladies responded to almost every dance, and no inconvenience in this respect was felt. Air Clune, of Y ackandandah,- acted as M.C., and as usual the ar rangements were satisfactory to all...
Yackandandah Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 December 1890
Vkxchandandah Shire- Council, j The following is the Auditors' re port read at last meeting of the Council, and which we were com pelled to hold over: — Gentlemen, — We have the honour to report that we have concluded the audit of Shire books and accounts for the year end ing September 30th, 1890, and have found them all to be correct. The manner in which tbe books and vouchers are kept reflecte the greatest credit on your worthy secretary, »nd the council is to be congratu lated on having the services of such an efficient officer. Our labours have been more arduous this year than any previous occasion, tbe 1 expenditure being more than double what I it was last; year, and, consequently, the | vouchers were many more in number that j had to be examined. We note the ratable ! value of property is steadily increasing, ! this year being £38,197, while three j'ears ago it was £33, 731. During the past year extras on contracts have been very large. We would suggest that m future the clai...
WODONGA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 December 1890
WODONGA MARKETS. Messrs E. Trenchard and Co. re port having sold on the 28th Nov., ' 656 bullocks at £-3 10s ; and 756 av- j eraging £3 4s. . Messrs Pearson, j Rowe, Smith arid Co. report — 3000 came -forward, there was a large at- ! tendance of buyers, competition was | brisker than the previous week, and j prices ruled higher ; we sold 850 bul- ] locks and cows for Messrs Moodie, ; Donaldson Inglis and Co., Mt Mar- j garet Station, to £4 18s, averaging £4 6s ; speyed cows, £3 6s 6d ; speyed j heifers, £2 ISs. Messrs Dougharty and Parker yarded 350 cattle at their ! yards, when there was a large atteri- | dance of buyers, and keen cdmpeti- j tion at an advance of 10s. per head on i late rates for best descriptions. ; Cl|t ^at^aiulaitdali ! PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. (With Supplement.) SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1890.
Mining Nuggets. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 6 December 1890
Mining Kn^gets. The Yackandandaffl Sluicing Com pai^ haVe ^Vc^iniMc^l opeiati#Ls at^fca^|iorn3 Duripg thfe last |few j w^eks lfc^ie^^»Dflaip lias been placed j in ^position and several improvements j effected to the dredges. The maehin- | ery is said to be working well. Work at the Ottowa is proceeding satisfactorily and the machinery is now . workiqg smoothly. Boring operations are still being carried, put at- the North Y ackandan- 'dali Company's claim. Tlie present bore is down 61 feet and no sign of bottom. We learn that a false bottom Svas struck at 25 feet on which . there was a layer of wash varying from 3 feet to 6 feet carrying gold, but in what quantities we were unable to ascertain. The bore is still in the clay false bottom. Several bores have now been put down, the object of the company being to thoroughly test the ground before opening up the claim. We are indebted to our Hillsborough correspondent for the following crnshings which have been put through up to November ...