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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 December 1890

WATERLOO HOTEL, (OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.) HIGH street, YACKANDANDAH . OLD ESTABLISH ED COMMERCIAL HOUSE. Frank Entra - Proprietor. BEGS to return thanks to the Public generally for support accorded him in the past. and hopes by stiiet attention to their lequirenieutsto receive a fair measure of SUl-'i I'l-t. , - ? ???,,?? . . , ? . i ' EVERY ~ B VISITORS AND FAMILIES. 2 A First-class Cuisine Guaranteed. * S 0:)iy ilie Best Brands of Ates. Wines and X. ' Spirits kept. fl fix-s t -class Sample Room Bath. tVc. B Miperior Alenck's Biliiaul Table. 8 Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. I BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND I LOWE'S COACHES. 1 STAB HOTEL, I Y A C K A N D AN 1 - AH. I P. McDermott - Proprietor, I TvESIRES to intimate to his numerous I J J frit-lids of Yv.ckaudandah and public S getera'ly.-tliat he has taken the above «ell H known hostclty, and trusts by strict atfeu ? tiou to the requirements of his patrons to ? receive a fair share of support. I First-class Accommodation for Tra...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 December 1890

MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. The Melbourne Stock and Station Jour nal reports as follows under date of Thurs day, Dec. 1 1th : — Fat Cattle. — -On Wednesday 2200 fat cattle were yarded. There were 100 frem Queensland, 1100 from New South Wales, and remainder from Victoria. There was a fair attend ance of buyers at the market, which opened without animation. Best bul locks to £8 10s ; good £6 to £7 ; medium and inferior from £4 10s. Calves. — Calves were in better re quest, best making 75s. About 200 were penned. Fat Sheep. — Au exceptionally heavy supply came forward, 45,000 having been yarded, coosistiug chiefly of merinoes from the north, the bulk of which ranged from j second to inferior descriptions. The tone j of the market was weaker throughout, and although prime merino wethers were in best re^iiest, yet prices in most instances ruled 6d per bead under former quotations. -jMeritto v r~ — - — * J''' quotations. The competition of graziers assisted materially in effecting a clearanc...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commercial. MYRTLEFORD LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 December 1890

j Comtnercial. . MYRTLEFORD LIVE STOCK \ MARKET. * ' - T. Ai ^ril^^'teports under date of 9th December 260, cattle yarded. Fats — Bullocks. L5 15s to D6 l-fe^to L8 ; cows, L3 10^ to L4 6s. Stores—j3ullocks} L4 to L4 5s; cows, Ll 10s to L2 15s. Young stock from Ll 6s to L2 4s. 100 fat ewes, 6s fid. ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 December 1890

Intelligence of a rather serivms ns- H| tare has been received from Souti a™ Africa. It appeal's that the Porta- KK giiese In the Zambesi territory, beisf S§ jealous of the movements of Bb British South Africa Company, wb' He lately despatched an expedition t0|B the gold-bearing region in Mashcna- |H land, lowered the British flag whi^ had be«n hoisted over the kraal Mntaca, a native chief in the country. A portion of the company s H expeditionary force came upon thf IK Portuguese, whom they took VB surprise, replaced the British fl*.g j*B| the kraal, and captured two of flB Portuguese leaders. IE The Government proposes to duce a Bill ftraking the destmctioB thistles oompuisory.

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MITTA MITTA WEIGHTS. HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 December 1890

MITTA MITTA WEIGHTS. I Hurdle Race. 1 Ravenstein 10 12; Tickle 10 ?;|||| Flash J ack 10 5 ; Deceiver 10 4 - j||| Edelweiss, Irene 9 7; Moonambel ' * |||| 4; Friendless 9 0. |||| Mitta Mitta Handicap. Hi Plausible 8 13 : Ravenstein S £S| Tickle 8 0 ; G-lenloth, Deceiver, 7 l-°- Hi Flash J ack, Design, 7 7 ; Stranger. 7 ^ fl||

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALLAN'S FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 December 1890

AJsLAK'S JFLAT, (From Oar Own Correspondent.) I Mr C. Coad, temperance orator, de livered a lecture on Saturday evening ?last in the State School to a well, filled house. His discourse was very instructive, and at the same time amusing- During the evening the choir sang several pieces from San. key s selection in a very creditable manner, Miss Visick presiding at the organ. At the close of tbe lecture, several signed the pledge, and the choir then sang ' God be with you till we meet again.' The audience then dispersed for home, well pleased with the night's entertainment. Mr Coad during the afternoon visited the Yackandandah Sluicing Company's claim at Stagliorn, and ex. pressed his surprise and delight to see such extensive machinery at work on the Creek, it being the first he had seen of the kind. It was working splendidly. The North Yackandandah Com pany is still boring, aud have now reached the depth of over 100ft, the bore still being in the clay, with no sign of bottom. Good r...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mining Nuggets. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 December 1890

Mining Nuggets. Tawonga. — A good deal of interest is being evinced in the reefs recently discovered here. There is nothing new to report in connection with Morrison and partv's find. They are still working on the line. Messers. T. Hollands and T. Robinson last week discovered a reef about halfa mile north of that found by Morrison and party. Very little Nvork has been done yet, but people who have seen the show speak very highly of it. A pretty nugget weighing llozs. was obtained by the Burnt Creek Company at Dunolly on Saturday, the yield for the day being o?ftr 30oz. Some of the gold now obtained is much coarser than that formally got,; and the prospects of the company greatly improving as new country is opened up. The election to fill the vacancy caused in West Macqu&rie electorate hy the expulsion of Mr W. P. Crick from the Legislative Assembly took place on Saturday lp§t, and resulted in Mr Crick being xe-elected hy & substantial majority. M. Pasteur, the emine...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRYONG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 December 1890

CORRYONG RACES. The following weights have bea declared: — Corrtoxg Handicap. Plausible, Marion, 9 0 ; Cyclone. S 4 ; Tom Bourke. S 3 : Glenlorh. ' 13 : Sharpshooter. 7 7 : Shaughmr;. Kfj Fisher, Sunray. Solon, 7 6 ; Design. 7 j 2 : J5. Welcome, Brownlock. 7 0: |- Wonga, 6 7. Flyisi? Handicap. » Marion S 12; Glen loth, S 7; jj|. Sharpshooter, 7 10: Bredalbin, Irar& || Atlas, 7 7 ; Sliaugliran. Fisher, Solcw, W 7 5 ; Logast 7 4; Design 72; Jo 70; |||i Welcome, Brownlock. 70; Wong* |fe; Hurdle Race. Cyclone 11 12; Flash Jack. Ladv. Ml Bredalbin, Irara, 9 12; Shaugbrau. BI Fisher, 9 10 ; Moonambill 9 9 : J5 90. pR

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mr. Coad at Yackandandah. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 December 1890

3Ir. Coad at Yackandandah. H ? ? r SB! On Friday last- Mr Coad, the teni pei-ance lecturer, paid a visit to Yack andandah, when a public meeting was held in the Shire Hall in the eveninw. Tbe Rev. J. Tredinnick occupied the chair. Mr Coad gave an interesting . o address on the temperance question. He proceeded to show that the prac tice of drinking intoxicating liquors was not conducive to health or pros perity. He mentioned the fact tint the drink bill of the colony last yar was £6.0i'»0,000. and for this enor mous sum the people had nothing to show but an increase of crime, and tbe filling of the various asylums and benevolent institutions. He spoke at length against the system of so-called moderation, and urged that whilst the general excuse was ' a glas- did them good,' they were no healthier than the teetotalers. He proved by statistics that the teetotal Friendly Societies had a lesser death rate than other lodges, which was evidence that drink was the cause. The ad dress was i...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 December 1890

Jjocal and General. Ritle Club. — The committee will meet at the Shire Hall on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. The business is important. Accident. — On Saturday last a serious accident befel a young man named Peach, at Messrs Simpson and Co.'s Stanley saw mills. Whilst engaged at work bis hand came in contact with the circular saw, and was badl^ Jagged, the teeth of the saw also penetrating to the bone. He was taken to the Beechworth hospital, where it was found necessary to remove portions of the bone. ' The wound was then dressed, and the patient is now progressing favorably. I Gazette. — A sale, of Crown Lands wil be held at Beechworth on January 7th' 1891. The following lots in Yackandandah will be offered : — Lot 9, area I9a. 2r. 17p, allotment 6c, section G, adjoining the hold ing of J. T. Moore ; upset price, £1 10s ?per acre, charge of survey, £3 19s. Lot 10, area, 28a lr I4p, allotments 40 and 41 I {adjoining holding of M. Shanahan) one I month to remove improvements; upset ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VACCINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 December 1890

Vaccination. As the . world be comes 5-ore modern in ideas, the old notions are cast to j the winds. It is certainly time that compulsory infantile vaccination should be done away with, and . why the intelligent rulers of Victoria should be so persistent in its con tinuation we are at a loss to under stand. We do not contend that vaccination is futile as a preventive of small-pox. Some medical men seem to think that it is, whilst others, equally clever, aver that after seven ' years the i Musculation loses its efficacy, j The correctness of the latter theory, has not been denied, and the Govern ment during the last small-pox scare took the precaution of having all constables and nurses who were vac cinated over seven years, revaccin ated. The question arises, what is the utility of compelling parents to have their infants vaccinated if the innocnlation be ineffective after seven years ? The scheme to be properly canned out should provide for periodi cal vaccination. The contention a...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. FREEDOM BROS. v. DEDERANG [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 December 1890

\ CRICKET. , ) ? F3MjtEDOM BROS. v. DEDERAJSTG Teams from the above clubs met at Dederang on ^atnrdav the 6th mst. and a mLst interesting game resulted in a win1 for the Freedom Brothers by 4 runs and 2 wickets. MeRsers J. Billsborrow and Welshman captained tbe respective teams* xiie former winning the toss sent the home team to the wickets where a poor stand was made, the bowling and fielding being very good, and the innings closed for 34. Lambert m as the only double-figure contributor. The visitors then t«ok their turn at the wickets but, though they made a longer stand, chiefly through Messrs Crostk waite's stonewalling (Walter Crosthwaite in particular exhibiting a very strong defence,) fewer runs were scored. The bowling of Hobbs and Braidwood in these innings was very good their averages being 6 for 9 aud 5 for 6 respectively. In their second attempt Dederang made 39, Mummery being top scorer with 16. Freedom Brothers had now to make 55 to win and this, thanks to the spirited...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAIFS AND STRAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 December 1890

I WAIFS A XI) STRAYS. j ? ? The Christmas holidays are ap- j proaching, and it appears as though j there is to be no lack of sport in the | district. On Boxing Day the .Yack andandah Athletic Club will be hold ing their annual meeting, and on New Years' Day Dederang will be to the fore with an admirable pro gramme. | Dr Mueller's remedy for snake-bite seems to have be mi revived with the approach of summer. The remarks i published in over last issue have been ' noted by several journals in this and adjoining districts. If his medical confreres of Victoria will not bow to the fact that an antidote for snake poison has been discovered, we suppose they must be convinced against their will. Trnth must pre vail, and if they will not give the matter a fail* trial, it must be brought home forcibly by results. The many cases of successful treatment re corded should be sufficient to warrant their making full enquiries into the merits or demerits of the alleged antidote, and the absence of th...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 13 December 1890

MARRIAGE. WALLACE— MAGILL.— On October 25, 1890. at the First Presbyterian Church, Broughshane, County Antrim, Ire- land, by the Rev. Joseph Moorhead, B.A., assisted by the Rev. John Gib- son, B.A., Arthur Molyneaux, eldest mm of David Wallace, Kergunyah, Victoria, to Annie Isabel, second daughter of David Magill, Kinbally Broughshane. The Yackandandah Times PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, (With Supplement.) SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1890.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POETRY. The Song of the Summerer. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

**?»- .fe'W*' i. -*-*»- \ $r\ 5'- ^ 3 ~ ,%.jx ... ?-.« » iiflieiSo^^r'Jlia SuiamCTer* ' IB Y TfljEXJPOitK TVlKTOS » Oh, euminer is coming, j The bees are a bumming, v -j And all thede&r roses begtning to -etert( j That crow ropnd the cottage J Where's brewing the pottage, - j TheltenuB-anafie potion bo dtiatiomy MAj For where is life swiater, J Or«vercompleter,- ^ *-3 *Thniwi-h«mtn Heaven snflepnat one g Sine, i -?; With plenty of brefeaeE, ' Enough too of hees/trees, AWl-ivy-hung bowers from'sho were tohldGi .- \ 'S -WbeninOTningse^i daughter &? Of U9«6?k the water ^ * bejike a mermiu£,,«, Vec&a,-sduck, , -* took i ? ' A v - HBiBHBvbVv , / Ob X dream hfwmances ~J ? Ktched in iwixt thed&pcw, Bandwiohedis the great - i&idsammcr^eve's '. ' . '. ??: bftU. . Ihearfcb^ walt* swelling— ?-??'.-?1'..' - I hear a voice tchiog . ' V: - Of love &nd ol icesi ol tennis and all; j We'll sit cn verandah?, 'We'll ride out in landahs, j And iriaybe we'...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Metaphysician's Love Letter [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

A metaphysician's Lore Letter x Old sages dreamed, in lone retreat, Of visionarylgrace, Tbathttd no tangible Concrete For secular embrace)' Platonic love and abstract feliss (Unsuited to a world like this), That waste therafttuiSjof a lass In%mp ty space I The psychological idea - . _ Is like the ether fifte; o . » - - But 1 prefer whileljam feeze* -» A ^'* - An image Jess divine. - „ \ Angel ic soalin n*oWal mould j - ,1 1 Whose loveshonld grow is wfe , - „ TiUdeatb t-ill

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Embarrassing Int[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

[?] : ALda^b^l^^^^ned measure time kept beating, ~ 1 ' While the hopes be long, bad cherished m tremblingly bis toi^ue 4id «t§.4e. And he pleaded jfor the words his Joy com* pleting ; j, - But the maiden coyly dallied In the matter. * ^ of reply, ' ^ As a maiden often will, oh! whim tbe. - oddest, . - * / If? Lest too prompt an acquiescence might ap* - pear in lover's eye, ? ?? Haste indecorous azul not exactly modest.- . Oil bis knees be craved the answer that v i would brighten all his life, v ^ And bis plea was jsncb to merit lore's - - Cl. compassion 5 As be begged that she'd consent to toe bis happiness, bis wife, And implored ber in tbe regulation - fashion. What reply 'sb e would bave made- him the narrator cannot «ay, ,, For ber httle brother entered nnawaTet, -Aud Mb sbont adjourned proceedings in a hurried sort of wm % ' Mamma,come,4or Mr. Smith ia bavin' ?' ^ Tailor ' lC You promised me fskbfulli''.'' yesterday morning 4^^ yott,WoUld ^?ralt in^ pitehforksji-.-.i3astQm^;,3...

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Hints to Housekeepers [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

Hints to Housekeepers Emptied spools areutilised in makingbang ing book shelves or brackets. Strung upon strong wire they divide the shelves, and, of a smaller size, they are used to edge the shelves. They may be painted any color witb enamel paint, and touched witb gilding at pleasure. To clean carpets : When the carpet is well beaten and free from dust, lay it lightly down and scrub it with soap dissolved in soft water mixed 'with bullock's gall — about four gallons of water to a pint of gall. Tbis j will restore the colors of the carpet to their i original brightness and make it look aluost like new. The brush employed should be of soft character, with long bristles. Blankets and fnrsput away well sprinkled with borsx, and done up air-tight, will never be troubled with moths. It is a much better plan, than to do all at once, to takenp some carpets in tbe autumn, and the rest in the spring, and so divide the work, unless you want to feel that it is all oat of the way at once. In b...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Easy Method of Washing. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

An Easy method of Washing The evening before tbe day yon in tend to wash, Eeparate the white from the colored pieces and place in pileB or bundles. In the morning put the white pieces into one Unhand the colored clothes (which will not fade) into another. Then cover with cold water. After cooking break fast. have the wash boiler almost full of water, placed on the fire, and shave into it balf of a bar of good bleaching soap, and if the water is hard add a handful of salsoda. While ..breakfast is being eaten, the water enoiigb.'No w rinsei ftnd :wringfche clothes through the cold water. One ' who has not tried this plan will be surprised tb see bow dirty the water will appair after Jtbej rtni brf. are jrineed through . ?fite1g^80Bp;,i;be^^ place in a tub. iWlien all tbe pieces have been soaped and rolled up, pour about half of the warni su.ds over thein and cover with a thick towel to keep the water warm. . The colore^ pieces, unless they will not ' fade, must he placed in ciesr vrnt...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN CHURCH REV. TREDINNICK [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

?^'?-?'WESLISXaNnCHDBCH- Rev. Tbedimnick ?? Yackandandah, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m '* ^ AUanJs.Fjat'3 p.m. I f i i. i ' ' 1 ilk 'Sj«th. ' ?' l' '? Myrtleford 7.p\iiS.J O Kl'? 5'! ' W

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