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Extra Nice Potatoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

Extra ffiee Potatoes. The latter part of the winter^ wbenpota ioes begin, to seem a little old, it is^a good time to try new wayB of cooking'tbem, waya j that will be at least s chan^ and perhjips a decided improvement. Fried pptatpjffi^|gf'od at any season, seem particalatly ^obd^ for this mode of cookine-adds crisnnese. sod gives a relish when flavor is somewhat lack ing, Half the secret of the success, of French cooks in frying potates lies in giving them a pretty and attractive appearance. The other balf belongs to tbe frying kettle — the deep -fat, deep enough to plunge the article to be cooked so as to coyer it entirely — balf beef suet and balf lard, and hot enough to prevent soaking, and cook as quickly as possible. This is really the chief difficulty, for discretion is needed; the degree of heat must be suited to tbe thing to be cooked. Thus a whole potato which requires at least fifteen or twenty mindtes to cook through so that it will be entirely soft at the centrt cannot...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

pletely Cuved by Ijjfc-SftflT V0% ChixMuc ' JSu&fh&ns t '^ouid; 'li-ptJ *&&!' 4° ??'5UU! cbn^TfcuK u ' - ! .,Mr H. 'E, PCEtttJilK^ CONSULTING HERBMIfST and Of 172 and 174 Willum - stkb&t, Melbourne* f v ALL CONSULTATIONS FREE. Notice. — If . preferred a signed agreement given, which provides ' . that iio cost is incurred in the event of a cure not being1 effected. ?? - - ? - : !*. ^ / : ?? i. . yZ . ' A S Ma. H. E: KTjGELMAifNxaiinot XJL possibjy risit pe»oniftHj* every town in Victoria and^adjacent colonies, and in - ordfer that all sufferers frotn any Cbroaic or supposed 1 ncurable Disease niay 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 McLfiAN, . who is a skilful and careful Diaguosist of many years' experience, to visit regularly ? ?every month the ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

'/?' JGoniihercfaU V 'J MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK ' . MjARKET. The Stock and Statibri Journal, tinder .date of Thursday, December l8th, as follows: — Fat Sheep.— 20,00p. yarded. The bulk of the supply consisted of middling and in- ; ferior descriptions, consequently for good j trade ; lots ttie aemand was teener, at ~ slight!^ improved rates; -while for indiffer ent sorts last week's : quotations were maintained. Prime cross-bred wethers, from lis to, 12s 6d, according to weight and quality ; prime crossbred t ewes, from 9s fid to lis, according to weight and quality ; prime merino wethers, from 9s to 10s; extra do., from 10s 6d to lis 6d ; good do., from 7s 9d to 8s 9d ; middling do., from 6s ; prime merino ewes, from 6s to 7s; extra do, to 8s; second and in ferior do., from 3s. Fat Lambs. — 12,000 were penned. Best descriptions sold: readily at fully last week's rates, while second and inferior sorts met a dragging sale at quotations. Prime soldatfrotn 9s. to 10s. 6d., a few extra, fro...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Paralyzed. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

Paralyzed. When Smith and Brown go a gunning, At the Flats 'neath the deep-blue skies, Tbeir thoughts are continually running On the ducks they will paralyze. When at night they return to tbe city, And tell in their manner so wise, Of the ducks that they killed, 'tis a pity, They are telling a pair— o'— lies. ' It hurt me worse than yon, my lad, To punish you for being bad.' The howling son, When dad has done. Thisks, 'golly, don't I wish it had, 5 When Henry Ward Beecher appKed for a life insurance in the Union Mutual thirty years ago he was asked the usual question as to the health of his heart. His answer was : 'Experienced a peculiar feeling about the heart during the dayis of my eonrfsbip.' ' ? Gladstone's latest article is on 41 Books iaar nave iimuencea jue. uiaastone is English, you know, and can do no wrong ; Haw, ^influenced ' Me.' . ' One of our esteemed trsntempofaries takes twenty lines— about ! *10 ' words— to tell 44 where women are valuable.' And yet he might have to...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

Yy ANTED to iell a good Piano, cheap, MRS. MARSHALLSEA'S, Yackanlandah APPLICATION 'FOR A GOLD MINING / LEASE. IN pursuance of the Act of Parliament 54 Vii&oria No 1120. Section 69, it. is here by notified that after the expiration of one month from the date hereof it is intended to grant the lease undermentioned, subject to such excisions, modifications, and reserva-. tions as may be necessary. Beechworth District. — Yackandandah Division. No. 2780 : 15 years : J. A. Wallace, 42a 2r. 3p.j Staghorn Flat; excising sold land. A. R. OUTTRTM, Minister of Mine3. C|fice of Mines. Melbourne, 15th December^ 1890. 10s Reward. LOST from ? Twist's Creek, TALL DARK BROWN SADDLE HORSE branded S under half-circle on near shoul der, ON off shoulder. Any j person . delivering same to the undersigned will 'receive the abovejreward. JOS. DEAN, Prospector, - Twist's Creek. Shire of Yackandandah. . I 2 (J i i 1 I a'- v $ OTICE -is .hereby: given in ? accordance with the 27th Section of The Loca...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNOCCUPIED LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

Unoccupied Laxds. As in most mining localities, there is in this distiict a large quantity of land locked up as a goldfields com mon ; and such an extensive territory as is to be found in this state around Yackandandah militates consider ably against our advancement. The thousands of acres that are now of no use to anybody could be turned into profitable account, if the Land Act were so amended as to protect the in- j terests of mining for all time to come. As the Act is constituted it would j never do to throw open these lands at j present, for in the event of any finds of gold being made hereafter the j mining interests would be seriously hampered. At the same time it seems a great pity that the lands cannot be utilised for grazing, agri culture, viticulture, &c. We should ; be the first to clamour against allow- I ing the auriferous areas to pass into \ the hands of leesees with the right to j select a portion as freehold, in com- j mon with what are known as grazing area...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

Oddsaiid Ends. Bettering the Originals. — Mr. F. 0. Burnand, the editor of London Punch, has been' accused of plagiarism because tbat in imitable song, ' His Art Was True to Poll,' is founded on an older song. : It is based on a song entitled *'? True Hearted Ben,' author unknown, tho first yerse being as follows ' Ben Bobstay,- a tar of tbe jolly old sort, Could keelhaul a mainbrace and luff hard aport; And Ben, he was smiled on by Sue, Meg and Moll, But all o'er the world he was faithful to Pool. ~ * Faithful to Poll. Tolderollolj Wherever he sa;led he was faithful to PolL' Bornaud really did a. great 'service in re writing this song, making 'His 'Art Was True to Poll ' one of tbe most clever and humorous to which tb e public cares to listen. Another instance of the workifeg over of an idea by different authors is found in connec tion with tbat of old books, old friends, and old wines. In Meichior's ' Floresta Espanola de apotbemaso sentimcais ' occurs the following. ' Old wood to...

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 — 20 December 1890

Local and General. Noticb — Our neHg issue will he published until jjaeWy, the 30th IStant, owing to the €^^s ^d^|. Wsihe Shire Council IHmidky, th§2® instant, we ha^p daci d odJflo ef er;©u buj- cation until will enable us als6® g|0e ^nfa^jint iof iif, doings in the dKtrict on Bfixi^ Day. DENxisrar,— Mr Geo. R. Hall, of Hall and Sons, Collin s-st. East, will v sit Yack andandah on Tuesday, December 23rd, and[ tiaay;ybe ^consulted - jats Mr Eome'a dispensary^ ' ? *? ' 1 1 ~ ? 1 ^ Athletic Club. — A meeting of the* -committee jof -the .Yackandandah . Athletic Club was held at the Athenseum onTues evening. Present — Messrs Caldejry Nette, Denny, Dolphin, Jager, Beatty, Hockingr-Dunstan and eecretary. Ten ders were opened for the fruit stall, and that of Mr J. Kenny for 30s was accepted. Jfhe sub-comraitte reported having ac cepted the vender ^of/Mr C- Haub jfor im ^jroremetfts to the ground at JB6. THI 1 tender of Mr F. Mooresfor luncheon booth was accepted, the aniottat b^ing -^2s 6d...

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Eunice Forrester's Temptation. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

Eunice Forrester's Temptation, ? 7 Iff ? : ? . - By Lizzie M Mnllierii« A sweet, proud face, crowned witb wavy j ut-brown hair, soft, clear hazel eves, a lithe j young rforin, clothed in mourning, and you | have Genie Howard that soft, fair &fternoon. Shis was standing in the old-fashioned garden of the Forrester homesteadi'hfr soft eyeB fixed on the slender, graccfultform com ing toward her. 'It -must be she.' she murmured, 'and I H«gh muePhave missed her somehow.';. j She walked quickly down the? broad, gravelled path, and the next motning she j and Eunice Forrester were f ace to face. j ' You are Eunice Forrester?' Genie said, a smile of welcome curving her lips. ' I sent Hugh to meet, you, but he must have missed you somehow. I am not mistaken. I am I?' The new-comer raised the erav travelling veil that shaded her face, and looked straight in Genie Howard's clear eyes. » ? Iso. I am Eunice Forrester. It is kind of you to— to welcome me.' 'To welcome you to yonr own home!...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. YACKANDANDAH ATHLETIC CLUB'S SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

SPOXt TING. ? :o: ? YACKANDANDAH ATHLETIC CLUB'S SPORTS. The following are the handicaps for the Sheffield Handicap to be run at Yackan dah on Boxing Day : — W. Stapleton, Yackandandah ... 3yds John Dolphin, Tallangatta ... 5yds John Anderson, Osborne's Flat ... 6yds John Day, Albury ... ... 6jds Wm. Johnson, Staghorn Flat ... 9yds Joe Dolphin, Yackandandah ... 10yds A. Keegan, Dederang ... ... 12yds Niel Rice, Albuiy ... ... 13yds J. Hattersley, Yackandandah ... I5yds D. Dolphin, Yackandandah ... 15yds R. B. Hocking, ~j W. Moobe, v Handicappers. F. JageK, J

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Why Woman Blushes. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

Why Woman Bluslieg. When man in loneliness reposing, Awoko from tbat taystenous nap, And sato^ with wondrous \*ase reclining, His gentleEve in Eden's lap, In'sager baste to greet tbe fair,, , And all his ha&rt'p warm wishes speak, He crashed a rose tfjpqa ber- check , .. ? That left its tint forevwrtbere, llfBSSiS.' Stoi teroptibh}. Home *hen Thsj\dapifcat& *bei£ inwisfl, th«ar faifrotog, their

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

?? . ? T. A. Knaggs, AUCTIONEER, DEDE.E, HAS Several Valuable^ro^irties ^w' Private Sale in various parts of the Kiewa ami Ovens RiverOistiicta;' ? -W % -4 \ REGULAR SALES of LIVE STOCK held Li MYRTLEFORD EVERY ALTERNATE TUESDAY. TT f \-rr/rr~r-~, M..Eartiii& Co., AUCTIONEERS, , - Stock, Station, Eandi Estate, AXD General Gofrimissidn Agents Local - Agents^ for Dalgety and Co.,, Limited. v. Clearing Sales Conducted at Barnawabtha, , Chii/tebi^, . ? Ru^HERGLES, YAjCKAJSDANDAH, Or any part of the North-Eastern Dis trict at Reasonable Rates. Postal Address — Barnawabtha. SHE -won't be eacy till she gets it — abutter, co ler » t Caldet's for 2s 6d. M. S. ROME, Gheniist and Druggist, Yackandan d ah. BEGS to offer his Thanks to the Public for the support afforded him during the last 18 years, and assures them that eveiy ?care will be taken to insure same by supplying Drt igs and Chemicals of the very best quality. TEETH CAREFULLT -EXTRACTED. Dr. Mueller's Antidote for Snakebite. M...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

WATERLOO HOTEL, (OPPOSITE THE WIST OFFICE.) HBGH STREET, YACK AN D AND AH . jjj ffLD ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL HOUSE. frank Entra - Proprietor. the past, andbopes by strict attention to tlieir requirements to receive a fair measure of support. every accommodation for VISITORS AND FAMILIES. A First-class Cuisine Guaranteed. Oalv the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and * Spirits kept. First-class Sample Room Bath, -&c. Superior Alcock's Billiard Table. Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. booking office for beck and LOWE'S COACHES. ? ? f STAB HOTEL,. YACKAND AN BAH. P. McDermott - Proprietor, DEMISES to intimate to his numerous friends of Yackandandah aud public geuerafiy,;that he has taken the above well- 1 known hostelry, and trusts by strict atten tion to the requirements of his patrons to receiver fair share of support. First-elass Accommodation for Travellers. Best Brands of Ales, VYines and Spirits only kept. Yackandandah Shoeing Forge. M. E. Clune, general blacksmith. ' \i01*s£s...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH REV. F. ELLIOTT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

' ' * pfeESBtTEfelAN MklJRCH 1 Rev. F. Elliott. Kerguoyah r 14 -a.ni . ....... ? ? . ... Gundowring, 3 p.m. dKerguriyah Sbutb, 7 ip.tn.* - ; g ^ 3 r. ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

[?] ments in connection different ' Taipfatn-Mida]|| pm J Thursday, 25th Dec. (Christina^Day.) Rev. T. J. Wright. Yackandandah, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. i

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

GAZETTE. Licenses Approved. — Mary' E. Blanchfield, 20a, Tatonga ; Francis 3E, Scott, 14a, Bnckland ; Abraham LaWrence, 20a, Harrietville ; Patrick Feeley, 20a, Murmungee; Charles Johson, 40a, Porepunkah ; William Buckler, 20a, C ar raragarm unge e ; Geo. A. Newton, - juii. 20a, Bright; ;A., McDonald, 7a, Barwidgee ; R. Bennett, 20a, Benjeroop ; Robert Gerrand, jun. 20a', Benjeroop ; Conrad Sosse, 5a, Byawartha ; Julia Culhane, 18a, Chiltern West ; Robert . Boyd, 20a, Trngambal aiiga ; Phillip Connell, 19a, Yackandandali ; R. G. M. Gill, 6a, Bright; Robert L. Newton, 17a, Bright ;:H. S. Richardson, sen. 20a, Bright ; H. S. Smith, 14a, Bright ; James Ah Sing, 20a Tangambalanga ; Alex. : . Blair, . . 9a, Freebui-g ; Daniel Carmody, 15a, Dorchap ; Simmon j Carroll, 19a, Wodonga ; Alex. Cathro,, | 10a, .Beechworth; William l)awe 14a, lr, Byawartha ; Elizabeth Died ricli. ,20a, Berringa ; Henry Green, 20a, Harrietville ; James Hepburn, 9a, Auckland;- -John Hearn, 1 20a, Morockdong ; Alle...

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Her Photograph. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

[?] A pictore o£ & dark eyed €irl. r^tb Sj^^^oughtfulauv j - - Whose pure. swect face looked from beneath i^Its frame My heart was captured by her face j I' loved her at first sight j - ' Sweet; maid,' I whispered, 'let me be ^ j Your own true chosen knight. And then I tried to find my qneen I sought' her'near and far J . Her pictured face shone on my path And was my guiding star. But oh, how can I tell the grief, . The bitter grief to ine, % 'When I found out, beyond & doubt, There wasn't any she 1 ; r tfor tbis sweet picture that I loved (Kind reader, do not laugh i) Turned out to be a very good ? Composite photograph J And the fair girl whose pensive eyes ; Had made my pulses stir, J)id not exist, or rather there : Were forty-nine ot her I One woman's face was in my mind— ^ How could I then divine That I, while faithful to one love, 'Was true to fortv-nine ? O Science 1 You have done this thing, Oa you I lay the gnilt; You've made my honest loveappear ; . Like any...

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(Observer Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

(Observer Correspondent.) The excitement caused by the dis covery of reefs on the ranges to the | west and south-west of1 the Kiewa valley has not abated. During the past few days several new finds have been reported, (jood gold is being obtained by several parties, and it is expected that rich returns will follow in a; x month or two. Morrison and party have struck a new leader in their claim, which shows gold freely. Hollands aind/party are also on golden stone ; and Lord and party have struck a patch near the road on .the spur coming down the hill from, Bright. : j The crops are all looking well, and harvesting will soon be commenced. : It is to be regret-tea. that,' with such .a large area of magnificent agricultural land, there is so little at present under cultivation. We have not far to seek forthe reason, however— there is no outlet — the nearest market at present being 40 miles away. If a read were cut over the range to Bright, the dis tance would be reduced to about 15 .or...

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Pretty And Plain. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

Pretty and Plain. y wnmen should be kind to plain ones, because of what they miss in the gift and power of beauty ; the plain shonld be kind to the beautifai for the certiua bitter in their experience. We have known women to whom their uncommon beauty was en an un/Miuc, a*, bhse a cureey on account 01 tue not;ce of a d abiisus kind that it ittraoted. To the women who have their own Way to make in the world, gocd looks, beyondjfc de cent, unootrasive comelii^s, iore as inoch weight to carry as advantage. rln the firet place, 110 matter hGw modeEt, bowew5ortby in themselves, fiiev run dead against some woman's jealousy, and it fer- she can embitter iif« for taem. I^ tbenfiztf they are exposed to situations pnd notice from the coarser sort of men, from ttbicli even tlie boldest among them ehrink. tend which is torture to the modest and refined. Constant ^abor 1 is wearying jond spirit - cr«siun»-, to be sure ; yet better tbattbaa WltePss-begotten vice. If proof were needed ; -n ths ben...

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Grasshoppers. T. G. B. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 20 December 1890

Grasshoppers. [?] The title ttiis^ed not deter tlie I reader from proceeding any further 1 with a t subject which we have all j ?*ead sb , na|ich la|»ly,| until i one is sick of reading the samtf old j foolish remedies and plans to exter- ; minate grasshoppers, written pro bably by those ; who reside in Mel bourne and who db hot know what it is to wage war against the teeming millions of very hungry . grass hojjpers ; btit I propose to -deal with tlie grasshopper difficulty in a totally different and original way, although, this I am aware may not satify every one, which reminds me of how an editor of a journal lately lost two of his subscribers through accidently departing from the beaten track in his answers to correspondents. Two of his subscribers wrote to ask him his remedy for their respective troubles. , No. 1 a happy father of twins wrote to enquire the best way to get | them comfortably over their teething, and No. 2 wanted to know how to protect his orchard from the myriad...

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