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Mining Nuggets. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

Minifiif Nuggets. - ? :u: ? We learn that the Messrs Wilber force have baled out the old Home ward Bound, and will be ready to proceed with work immediately. The workings have been cleaned out, and the fact revealed that there is a payable reef to operate upon. The prospects made show that the stone will go 18 dwt to the ton. This is very satisfactory, for considering the great outlay that has been in curred in erectinar machinerv &c. an immediate return will no doubt be welcome. The results- of the first couple of crushings will be eagerly awaited. The recent crushing from the Homeward Bound 'at Hillsborough was somewhat disappointing to the holders of _the claim. The 160 ozs from 384 tons represented twelve months work, the result being con siderably below expections. We believe that the crushings and cart ing of the stone cost £200. The j party have determined to leave the I present workings and to put the shaft down deeper in the hope of striking a fresh shoot of gold. A...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KIEWA v. TALLANGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

KIEWA v. TALLANGATTA. On the 20th inst. the Kiewa cricketers journeyed to Tallangatta to meet the local team. In the face of the recent defeats the visitors were not fancied even by some of their own neighbourhood, and it is stated that a wager of ten to one against Kiewa was made just before the start on the journey by a well known resident. His confidence in a defeat, however, was misplaced for Kiewa returned victors. It is re ported that the resident in question lost £100 over the match. The following are the scores : — TaXLANCATTA. Y . G. F« rtescue, sen., b Hereby ? 0 Banks, b Studham ... '... ... 0 G. Fortescue, juu., b Henery ... ... 4 Veitch, c *1 rueman. b Henery ... ... 3 L. Dyring, b Htnery .. ... 2 Dolphin, b S'U'tham ... ... 1 A. Carkeek, b Henery ... ... 1 Dr. Thwaites, c T rueman, b Studham ... 4 Roper, b Henery ... ? 0 A . F- utescue, b Studham ... ... 0 Mother, n't i.ut ... ... ... 2 Byes ? 2 Total ? 19 Kiewa. TruemH.ii, b Fortescue, juu ... ... 6 Lave-', run out .....

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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COMMONS. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

COMMONS. [to the editor op the times.] Sir, — In your issue of 20th, there is an article headed s Unoccupied Landp,' upon which, with your; per mission, I wish to sayf a few words. You may be right in tailing it un- j occunied in the sense that it is not private property, but when you go on to say that there are thousands of I acres that are of no use to anybody you must be strangely in the dark, the number of stock depastured on the Common during the last half year being 900 — a number that could Tint. Iip. mnrVh if t.h#» ln.n rl were in private hands unless the timber was killed ; and I think there are few that would consent to that. If the land passed into private hands, in a few years the townspeople would not be able to get a load of firewood without paying smartly for it. The same with the miners, who even now when they get permission to go into private lands have to pay well for every load of wood they take. The talk about viticulture is sheer non sense. No sane man would pla...

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CRICKET. YACKANDANDAH v. BACK CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

CBICKET. YACKANDANDAH v. BACK CREEK. Fortune ( ^eems at last to .have smiled on the Back Creek juvenile cricketers; They scored their first victpry on Saturday the 20 th. Logan captained the Tack boys, and J. Martin the local team. The former winning . ?* fnt -=? itlie tosB t elected to bat. liiey maae a poor stand however,, against the jgood bowling of j. Martin and A. Kinchington- The last wjeket fell for 10 runs. fThe locals niSffe a better display, knocking |jp,^^roteal of 82. J. Marian batte(|^rell for 32, whilst no less than tl^e ^oth^s freached , double figures. V Schollard and C. Mogl ia played*^ good stone-walling game. In the second innings {the Tack, boys nothing daunted, went in for run-making. The total made was 75 runs. G. Denny played a good innings for 21 runs. Th e locals having 4 runs to make a win then, took the wicket and only succeeded in doing this after losing 3 wickets. One thing must be. said in the favour of the Yack. boys. They possess the : essential poin...

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Yackandandah Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

I' acJca ltd at i-iah JRifie Club. ? :o: A meeting of the committee of the above was held at the Shire Hall on Saturday, the 20th instant. Present Messrs Duns tan (chair). Hocking, Wright, McKay and secretary. The chairman leported that the target had. arrived, and that the erection of the hut and mounds had been com pleted. An account of Mr Moore for £7 3s was passed for payment. With respect to opening day, it was decided to hold a competition on j January 9th to celebrate the opening, and Messrs Dunstan and Wright were deputed to canvass the town for donations as prizes. In the evening a concert and ball will be held, admission to be 2s and Is, and the latter 2s 6d. The programme for the j shooting at the range will be decided ' upon at next meeting, when Messrs j Dunstan and Wright will report i result of their canvassing tour.

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BEECHWORTH SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

BEECHWORTH SPORTS. The above sports came off at Beechworth on Boxing Day. The footracing brought a number of 'sharks,' and both first and second men in the Sheffield Handicap wei'e protested against on the grounds of wrong performances- It is rumored that one of the placed men cleared all before him at St Arnaud last year. The following were the results : — Maiden Plate: — Barber 1 : Fletcher 2; Stewart 3, Sheffield Handicap — McNamara, (Corowa) 1 : Clarke, (Glenrowan) 2 ; Fletcher, (Corowa,) 3. Open Handicap — W. Lewis, 1 ; Hackford, 2 ; Webb, 3. Firemen's Race — Sharp, (Albury) H. Andrews.(Beechworth) 2. Hurdle Race — Roche, 1 ; Hackford, 2. Consolation — A. Priestley, 1 ; G Davis, 2. HORSE RACING. BAARMUTHA HANDICAP— Paterson's Ellery, 1 ; Clarke's Alarm Bell, 2 ; Griffiths's Sir Giles 3. FLYING HANDICAP— Approba- tion 1 ; My J ack 2 ; Flight 3. BOXING DAY PLATE— Ellery 1 ; Sir Giles 2 ; Flight 3. HURRY SCURRY— Later On 1 ; Fly 2. ? .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

- -y , ^ 1 v3. _ .. w n * -^'-pu % Auctions. TACKAJfDAllDAH -. QUARTERLY MARKET. SATURDAY, Jan. 10th, 1691.' J. W. IHWAITES & C0., WTT.T. h- Id their next Yackandandah Market on the above date, in the Pound Yards, at One o'clock. _ Eablt Entries Invited. J, W. TIIWAITES CO.y ^ Tallangatta. Wednesday, Dec. 31, 1890 BEECHWORTH STOCK SALE. F.T. MOORE & CO., 'mm / ILL hold their usual Fortnightly Yt Sale of Stock, on the above date, at their yards, Beechworth, when they will have yarded — 15 Prime Fat Cattle, from W. Doig, Milawa 15 do. do. do., from R. M4Aliece, Bohinawarrah 10 do. do. do., from J. Keegan, Dederang . V - -? ??JJoi rln. ._ , do , ? JVnm B 'Geelan, Whorouly 20 Store Steers and Heifers, from Mr P. Molloy, Beechworth ' 20 Store Pigs, from the Lunatic Asylum 220 Prime Fat Sheep, from Mr C. Turner, Clear Creek 50 do. do. do. from Mr J. Kendall, Yackandandah. 100 Prime Wethers, from Mr M. Connors, Tarrawingee 30 Prime Fat Lambs, from Mr J. Ken dall, Yackandand...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

their' 'i^uirements to receive a fair measure ? of support. every accommodation for VISITORS AND FAMILIES. A First-class Cuisixe Guaranteed. Onlv tlie Best Brauds of Ales, Wines and - * Spirits kept. First-class Sample Room Bath, &c. Superior Aleock's Billiard Table. Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. booking office for beck and LOWES COACHES. ? r ? ? ~ i STAR HOTEL, Y ACK AND AN 1) AH. P. McDermott - Proprietor, DESIRES to intimate to his numerous , friends of YucksndAudali and public generally, 'that he has taken the above well- I 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 Shoeing Forge. M. E. Cluue, GENERAL BLACKSMITH. Horses Shod with greatest care and attention. Every Description of Smith work neatly executed. All kinds of Mining mid Agricultural Implements Repaired and made equal to new. NO...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH REV. TREDINNICK [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

W^SLEYAN CHURCH Rev. Tbediknick Stoney Creek, 11a.m. Buffalo River, 3 p.m. Myrtleford 7 p.m. PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. (With Supplement!) '??? ' ? . — TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1890. j

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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

[?] ' The following are the. service arrange ments ' In connection fwith the different denominations f 6r Sunday nexti — GHURGHlor ENGLAND. \ Rev. T.VJ. Weight. Yackaudandah, 7 p.m.

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WODONGA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

WODONGA RACES. ! The -races, on Friday, were very successful m point of attendance, though the fields were small. The following are the results : — Hurdle Race — Buzzard, 1; Cavalier, 2. Maiden Plate — Cracker, 1 ; Boiardo, 2 ; Bertha, 3. Wodouga Handicap — Conductor, (Curran)l ; Tomboy, (Taylor) 2; Ophelia, (Wheeler) 3. Time, 2min 18secs. Farmers' Parse — Cracker, 1 ; Ber tha, 2 ; Ben, 3. Publicans' Purse — Cavalier, 1 ; Boiardo, 2. Hack Race — Playboy, I ; Kitan, 2 ; All Right. 3.

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Boxing Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

Boxing Day. The attraction on Boxing Day was the sports in connection with the Yackandandah Athletic Club. The morning was all that could be desired ? — not a cloud to be seen in the sky — and although the sun was warm dur ing the day, a cool breeze made the outing verv agreeable. The town O O presented a busy appearance very early in the forenoon, and the band discoursed several selections of music i in the street, until II o'clock, when j -a- start was made for the ground. ! The con ductorship of the band was I taken by Mr Helm, of Wodonga. It is almost two years since the Yack andandah Band broke up ; but owing to the difficulty of procuring a band j for the sports it was resolved to re | suscitate it for the occasion. The efforts of the member of the band ! we**e very successful, and twelve performers played on Boxing Day. ? It is also expected that the Band will now continue practice, and keep ! the band intact as of yore. I The sports were a great success, ! owing to the compl...

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Yackandandah Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

j Ya^ckattdanduh Shire Council ^ The adjourned monthly meeting 0f 1 the above was held at the Shire Hall 1 yesterday. Present — Ors Richard- 1 pon (president), Beatty, Martin, 1 Smith, McDonald, Robinson and ? Street. 8 CORRESPONDENCE. From secretary for Lands, wishing- N to know if there was any objection to the department granting 1 rood of the recreation reserve, Dederang, as a site for the Dederang Mechanic's Institute. — Decided not to take action until the residents had definitely fixed upon a site. From Hiram Horrock, Eldorado, desiring to be nominated by the Coun cil as the municipal representative of the Beechworth District on the Pros pecting Board. — Cr Beatty moved and Cr Street seconded, That the action of the President in nominating Mr Horrocke be approved of. From secretary Metcalf Shire, re questing co-operation in soliciting a | loan from the Government for the I benefit of those who have been com ! pelled to destroy fences on account of rabbits. From Melbourne Orph...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

Professor Anderson Stuart, who has been commissioned by the New South Wales Government to investi gate and report upon Dr. Koch's alleged cure for consumption, has given expression to his opinions ou the subject. He thinks that the remedy proves an aid to the diagnosis of the disease, and that its use is attended with good results as regards the joints and bones of the patient. The lymph is also in his opinion perhaps beneficial in cases of lupus, but he thinks it injurious in the case of patients in an advanced stage of consumption. In the early stages of the malady Professor Stuart considers that the patients are improved more subjectively than objectively by Dr. Koch's treatment. The majority of the medical men who have been eagerly engaged in investigating the supposed cure are adopting an' atti tude of considerable reserve upon the subject. Fourteen thousand Poles employed on the Russian railways have been dismissed. Egtftiajt Eas Salve is the ontv cer tain remedy for Sandy Bli...

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THE HOLIDAYS. Christmas Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

THE SOLID AYS. Cit-ristitnas Day, The day was ^passed quietly, but most pleasantly in ; Yackandandah. At 11 o'clock service was held in the Church of England. The church had been attractively decorated with flowers and evergreens, whilst the walls were be-decked with mottoes suitable for the Rpasnn Tlio Wf. j from which the Rev. T. Wright dis coursed—' Emmanuel, God with us ' — was wreathed in ivy on the walls. The chancel was literally a mass of wreaths, and two vases of pure white flowers presented by Miss Jessop, and which were placed on either end of the Communium table were very i beautiful indeed. The choir had also done their best to make the service pleasing and attractive, and snc i ceeded in rendering a full choral ser i vice. Mrs Hocking, Miss Reid, Miss j Darton, Miss Healey, Mr Cunning ham and Mr Thompson, kindly assisted the ordinary choir on the occasion, and to whom the clergyman and organist (pro tern) desire us to tender their warmest thanks. The choral service was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

Wanted. A GIRL a6 Housemaid and Waitress. Apply at the WATERLOO HOTEL, Yackandandah. yyANTED to »el) a good Piano, cheap, MRS. MARSHALLSEA'S, Yackandandah OH! AMELIA — The Butter is al' ever tlie Table— Why don't you set a BUTTER COOLER from CALDER for 2s fid. Yackandandah Rifle Club. Opening Day. FRIDAY, JANUARY 9th. THE BUTTS win be OPENED -n the above date. A pr'-giamme of i-hootm? will be published in a future is-sue. CONCERT & BALL in the Evening. Admission — Concert, 2s and If. Ball, 2s 6d. J. R. BA&.SS, Hon. Sec. Yackandandah Rifle Club. A GENERAL MEETING of Mem bers will be held at the Shire Hall on FRIDAY, January 2uu, 1891, at 8 p.m. Business — Election of Members, &c. J.R. BAASS. Hon. Sec. SALE (No 75) of Crown Lands, in fee simple, at the Court-hou? e, Beechworth 'Wednesday, the seventh day of January. 1891. at twelve o'clock noon. T -WN LOTS. Beechworth. Pa'ish of Beechworth, County of Boeing At the site of the im provements of F. H. E. Hardy, ne...

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GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

GAZETTE. Application for licence* approved — Thos . : Gallagher, Q0-*, Freeburgh ; Jan»y Pbelan, .17a, Freeburgh ? Hannah Elgere, 2^a. Bar widgee. Renewal of License approved — Thom-is j fives ton, 20a, Taugambalanga. I Impoun ded at Chiltem o« 17fch December ! — l aark Drown or blue and white cow, U off ramp, faint brand like H oft thigh, off j ear marked ; 1 yel ow »teer, like Loff thigh, i neal* ear marked j r yellow stee--, white tail, SB off rib* ; I dark-red: steer, W over A off. ribs, off ear marked ; 1 yellow and white steer, like L -ff thigh, ..near ear marked. To be sold on 14th January, 1891. A little girT's explanation.— ' Christmas is the day Christ was born, but New Year's is Adam and Eve's birtJiday. ?

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Gundowring. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

G-undotvrin-f . ? ? (From Our Own Correspondent.) A concert was held at Gimdo wring on 12 inst, in aid of the cricket club. TheMe was a very fair attendance, and several coming from a very long dis tance to attend. Mr Carmichael occupied the chair, and explained the nbipo.t of tbp concert, and also intro duced the performers in a hnmorous manner. The following is the pro grame, which commenced with a nigger circle, consisting of Messrs Barton, Keegan, Billsborrow, and Hobbs : — Song, ' He's not a marry ing Man,' by Mr A. Pulling ; step dance by Mr J. Barton, which was well executed ; song, ' The Midship man,' by Mr Crosthwaite, was well rendered (Miss Lack accompaning on the piano) ; song, in character, by Messrs R. Barton and A. Keegan; ' Moriarty,' by Mr F. Lack ; ' Brown, Upside Down,' Mr D. Barnett; 'I Couldn't '' Mr Croucher ; ' Do a Good Turn,' by Mr P. McCarthy. All the above songs were rendered in first class style, and the performers were well i-epaid for their efforts judg...

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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

CORONER'S INQUEST. A coroner's enquiry was held on Tuesday, before Mr Rowan P.M. The following evidence was taken: Ellen McCarthy, wife of deceased, deposed: On Boxing Day my husband children, and myself went to the sports, and stayed from 1 to 6 o'clock. At the latter hour we left the ground, my husband being under the in fluence of liquor. I wanted him to come home with me, but he said he would go to the town. Mr Taylor came up and also persuaded him I left him and Mr Taylor, and had gone 30 or 40 yards towards home, when I heard the waggon coining, and went back a few yards to see if my husband and Mr Taylor were there. They had gone down the road a little and were standing in the road. The waggon rushed out of the right of-way, and then I heard the break put on, and saw the trap stop and the men jumping out of the waggon. I could only see the hats of my hus band and Sir Taylor over the fence, the fence being between ine and them, them. I ran back and saw Mr Taylor standing up bl...

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FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 December 1890

FATAL ACCIDENT. i.zK-y^ V- ? The sports of the Yackandandah ! Atheletic Club unfortunately were marred by a fatal accident, about 7.45 i in the evening. Everything had passed off smoothly during the day : and the people on leaving the ground generally remarked upon the agreeableness and smoothness of the proceedings. However, almost the last trap to leave the ground was unavoidably the cause of marring tha day's enjoyment, and the sur rounding circumstances were so pain ful as to cast .quite a gloom over the town the remainder of the evening. The particulars are fully set forth below, in the report of the Magis terial inquiry, and from these it will be seen that a well-known resident of the district, Mr C. McCarthy, met his death, through being run over by Mr C. Hattersley's waggonette. The locality of the accident is dangerous at any time, and it is to obviate the steepness|of the grade that the Shire Council is erecting a new bridge over Marcus Greek. At the junction of ^ the road...

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