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Small-po[?] at the Head [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 January 1891
SniaM-pox at the Wea& vOn - ?;1^SS3Bpfri-a- steamer from Rin H JalSe^C South America, aii'ived . the' Baffyl^ sgial 1-pox on board, an H it iv^l mi^iortiine to ran H aground. The tei^w numhered 31, ? and of these iSU ma me aisea^ am h got over it. On arrival at t-he fleadfr six had it, and one of the reining ? fivb wa« siefe?'ning. » M When the history of the E.elton s H| voyage is fully written it ssili cer- K| tainly prove t-a he a veritalde cata-|H llogue of misfortune.. When mly 14BH ' days out of sight of laiid the tirst lB mate sickened of the terrible disease. BB He w&s quickly followed by jankers, HI who, however, with the excepSbn of ?? the seaman who succumbed, r-all'ed, jB . and became convalescent. Of Lhe six 9 bad eases, besides that -if the first ®f mate, one jpekened 36;!ayt i c'O, and the others 29. 16. nine, an i eightB® days respectively from the d-ite of IP-'' her arrival at the heads, when she Jiff1 had been ,56 days out. fe ^!Pbe^*Ik & go...
Beech[?]th Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 January 1891
JBeechtvorth Races. The annual races of the Beech wo rib Racing Club were held on New Year's Day, and passed ofE very successfully. There was a: large attendance, and the fields as a whole were good. The follow ing are the results Flying Handicap, of 15 sovs. — Appro- bation, 1 . — — Hurdle Race, of20 sovs.— Oambden 1. New Year's; Handicap, of 30 sots. — Coot doctor 1, Ophelia 2, Firainan 3, ..... Town Plate, of 20 sova.— Fireman 1, Ophelia 2, First Horn 3. Only three atartisd. : ? . Pony Race o£15 sova.-^-Cbarcoal L; Kathleen 2, Slow TomS. A protest was entered against Charcoal on the grpnnds ; of being over height. - .- . -
Bright Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 January 1891
Bright Races, The annual races of the Bright Racing Club were held on Boxing Day, being :a good success. The following aro the results : — Maiden Plate. — First Dawn, 1 ; Ben Bolau, 2 ; Grey Boy, 3. Bright Handicap. — First Dawn, 1 ; Oliver Twist, 2 ; Union Jack, 3. Miners* Purse. — Approved, 1 ; Kate Kearney, 2 ; Flirt, 3. Publicans' and Brewers1 Purse. — First Dawn and Oliver Twist (dead- heat) ; ; Flirt, 3. | Ckmwj!atibn €«akes.---BeB Bolen,l; Union Jack, 2.
Mining Nuggets. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 January 1891
Mining Nuggets. . is very little fresh to tejoriyj ^SSaiims ctitm. with the Tawonga reefij^j mt-JUii®Longan has opened up his re^^ ^hichis l^'rj. iu 'ft'idth. showing gold:^ gSbelyi Host of the other reefers have; ! v VLj lll tic i-tx VLLIO uucuiauu. llU'-l lessjhan eight distinct' lines of reef j have\een discovered, and the miners I predict a good future in that district j for quartz-reefing. fEhe difficulty j at present is crushing, and it is ex- ! pected; j^tr ^e wiB-j have' to be ^ik6n to The reefs found are supposed to be a continuance of the well-known 'HarneEvl&inm^'.' '?^S&SSai^'iicr^f''1acr alluvial mining lias been done in that particular locality, whilst the country along^ther-xiver -indieates - that- there ; should be good aui-iferons deposits. Thfe attention of miners so far has be^n' attracted to the quarfyz i^efs, but eventually there will, no doubt, be prospecting for alluvial gold. .5 ^ A mining expert from-; |5ngte®fe who has recently sbeln ei^fage...
SPORTING. [?] MITTA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 January 1891
? ? I SPORTING. ' M%TA mitta races, f * *'??????£$ i. Maiafea ^ate— ^e'sSlaivet (0oii?laV) j i^-D^op^eyl^ng^- Von by twM leaeth«. ,.r'[ -J ?% ^ ^ Surd e Race, 15#wvs.— M'Giath's Friead- :j leas (Eggleton) , 1 ; Mconambel, .2 ; .-De- J ceiver, Won by in If a neek, au-f was the be t race --f the meetine. Mitta M«tta Handicap, 2G sors. — father- j -land's, Glenloth, X,; IJlausiJjJ^J?. Wite by bit it'lerilffeh. ! ti ^ : 1 i F^yiog llandicap, 10 sov-». — Sutherland's ^effloth (Douglas) 1 ; Stranger 2. Grey j King 3. Won easily. 'Weljw Handicap ICSovSC— W lii'.ehfead^'] 1 ; Moonambel % Congtoye 3. j
Hurdle Flat Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 January 1891
MurlUe Flat Sports. The sports held .at Hurdle Flat on Saturday were a great success. It will be observed that A. Priestly, of Y ackandandah, was successful in scor mg cwo wms. ne cua not run m the Sheffield, being too late. Handicap— Lewis, 1 ; Shannon, 3. Obsfcade Ew^-A ftSBsSy, L Open Handicap — A Priestly, 1 .? Mr. PameU is wiliiag,tQ retire tem porarily from the leadership of the Irish party, in favour of Mr. W. O'Brien. Ifc. -ieorgo H. Jenkins, clerk ?of ^ Vicfcoka, stave . Alexandra liiaitto caught Ore ^a^^ nighC ^t the W *ik4 ho pa&ic^
Bethanga Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 January 1891
Bethattffa Sports. The sports held at Bethanga on New Years' Day passed oft- success fully. The Maiden plate was wo= by x a visiting dark .horse who donned Maiden colours, but was. i undoubtedly an Sold performer. D.j t^lphin of Yackandandah was second j Anderson, of Yackandan dah won tVo Sheffiield. In the even mg a- baU-w& V.al^ jvf-Jieji a waltzing ' contest took place.' Messrs M. Clune j and A Kinchington, of 'iafcWndau- j dak, both competed, Mr dune's j partner being Miss Corcoran, of Osborne's Flat. The winner was a local man, Maker, and the decision caused general disatisf action. The following are the results of the sports : — - Maldes Plate. Edwards ... ... ... 1 Klippoll ... ... ... 2 Sheffield Handicap. J. Anderson ... ' ' 1 Edwards ... ... ... 2 W. Anderson (Bethanga^---— 3 Bentley ? ? 4 Hu«di.e Race. OaldweU .... ... ... 1 y oentley ... ... . ... 2 Husters' . Race. _ ' MitcbelT s Tim ... ... — 1 Williams' Hero ? 2 Morgan's Effiulns ... ... ^ 3 a ACE. J^el7 } dea...
SPORTS AT CUDGEWA. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 5 January 1891
SPORIg piTDGEWA. The Gordon ®eat of Bechabites' sixth annual gala was celebrated on Boxing Day. The following are the results : — Maiden Plate — E. James 1, T. Clyde 2. Rechabite - Haadicapi of £iS.-yE- Saft» meJl. 7vd«.r A I -JC *3A Jon^ j* H. Fraser, 9jrds, 3. Splendid race for the final. There were, 48 spminajaona and 2S accept ance for this event. Boys* R ice — E. Whitehead. 1, T. White 2, W. - i ? * Friendly Societies' Trophy (a tea and service value £6J..— J. C. Jones, 6yds, 1 ; J. Carkeek^ 12yds, 2. 26 nominations, 14 ' vs(y' yards ?S2^^w3s,'=' fliPrJPswle,: 18yds, 2 ; Smedfey, 19yd«r 3. A. good race and a close finish. There were SO nominations and 13 acceptors. ; ? High J um® for Horses, £4. — Fourteen en tries..' ! VVilfif-yda-ei.n and ; Locust both cleared 4ft 4m, and divided Forced Handicap, of £3. — S. James and 2% Hawkins ran a dead beat, the former winning the eslii off. 14 eitries. A c »neert *ad bidl was held in the even me. both beine well, attended. T ? s.
Railway Time Table. FROM MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 January 1891
Railway Time Table. FROM MBLBOUBNE. - a.m. p.m. p.m. Melbourne, dep:- — 6.20 2.55 4.55 Seymour ... 8.50 5:19 6.37 Wapgaratta ... 12.15 8.59 9.16 Springs ... 12.48 9.51 9.46 Gliiltern ,1. 1.6 10.11 — r Bamawartlia ... 1.16 10.25 — Wodonga ... 1.40 10.50 10.23 Albury ... 1.50 11.10 10.48 :: . :,m: a.m. a.m.- Sydney, arr— 6.0 6.33 11.40 TO 'MELBOURNE. ? j a.m. a.m. a.m. Sydney;1 'dep.- — 5.15 — 9.0 Albury (Syd. time) 6.10 6.50 2.15 Wodonga - ... 5.53 -6.35 2.0 , Barnawartla ?? — 7.14 3.0': Gliiltern :.. . — 7.30 3.16 Springs . -«? 7.50 7.50 « 3.36 Wangaratta^ '... 6.57 8;19 -.-4.7 Seymour: . ... ? ; Q.27- „11-i50 .7.38; Melbonrne, a.r— : 11.16 2.32 9.43 7 MYRTLEFORD TO E VERTON. -7 ;. a'm. .p.m. Myrtleford, dep— 5.18 2.25 Palmerston ... ? ... 5.31 2.38 Bowman's Eorest ... 5.44 2.51 Everton, ar— ... . 6.8 3.15 ; WODONGA TO BOLGA. . - ^ ; i . i : . . a.m, p.m; Wodonga,? dep r-r- -6.20, 10.30 2.10 East) Wodonga -6.35 10 45 ,2.20 Bethanga Road ' 6.55 11.5 2.36 Huon Lane .' 7.55 11.25 2.51 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 January 1891
''?TT' : ' ~ ' : . vs .1 Special Medical Notice. J _ ? ' ? ? i j[Y Diseases of Longstanding Com] ? . pletely Cured by a sjiaajOHW I Herbal Magnetic Treatment!. i ?Chronic Sufferers should not fail t? j j Mr H. E. Kugelmann, J ^mmmhasa i Of 172 and 174 William -street, ip- ? ; ? :r ^Melbourjie. — . — -- ? I ' ALL CONSULTATIONS FREE ! Notice. — If preferred, a signed agreement given, which provides, .that no cpst - is( incurred -in the - Y , , j .^evgnt -)£ 'i.' T : i ?flTlKVl'l.U tj 'TTTTTJilJii -;W3:-iOJ3 Y o? 1 AS Mr. H. B. KU-jtELMAN-S?i cannot possibly visit personally every town' _ .inr^ictprta and^adjacentjjcolonies, ancLin ° 'brdfef ^hat^ all ^iiffei-ers5 ic org supposed lncurable,i-jsease- may be en abled to obtain' tlie benefit' of nis uu doubted skill and — ability in curing all Diseases by bis new and wonderful Herbal - ygMagfJetic treatment witbput: Drpg®-, or .Poisons, lie has, appointed Ins Associate and 0 1 Representative', ' Mr j AM?ES j lMfeL]£ AN, who is a skilful a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 January 1891
? ? i 10s Reward. Lost — a brown retriever PUP (answering to the name of Jack) between Yackandandah and Beech worth. Any person returning same to the undersigned, or giving such information as will lead to recovery, will receive above reward. p McDERM0TT- Star Hotel, Tackandandah. 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 person delivering same to the undersigned will receive the above reward. JOS. DEAN, Prospector, Twist's Creek. For Sale A DOUBLE-BARRELLED MUZZLE LOADING GUN, in good order and condition ; also, a Patent Spring Powder Flask, and a Double-Pouched Leather Shot Flask. £2. R. B. HOCKING. J1 O R S A L E* 1 PURE-BRED HEREFORD BULL. Apply to H. HODGSON, Stag-horn Flat. Y ackandandah Athenseum. THE Annual General Meeting of Subscribers to the above will be held on MONDAY, January 12th, at 8 p.m. Business — Election of Officers and Committee. All subscribers are requested to attend....
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 January 1891
General Neivs. The Emperor of Germany is ' about to pay another visit to Queen Victoria in July next. Part of the main, street of Gympie (Q) was destroyed by fire on Satur day morning. The locusts are stripping the vines in the Sandhurst district. Two Theatres were destroyed by fire in New York on Friday last, the loss being being estimated at half a-million dollars. Mullen and Delaney, who were con victed of the murder of Lord Frederick Cavandish, Chief Secretary for Ireland, and Mr Bourke, his secretary, at Phoenix Park, Dublin, in May, 1882, have been released from custody. The small-pox patients at the quarantine station are reported to be progressing satisfactorily. The Government has appointed a committee ot three experts to report upon -the efficacy of the alleged specific for rust. A shark 13ft. long was caught in the Bay on Saturday last.) ^'General'. Booth, of the Salvation Army, declares that he has been offered millions of acres of land ore r the sea for his social refor...
Commercial. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 January 1891
[?] [?] *The StbekandiStajtion Jott^al.Vunder idatef ol|§ Thursday, | January/ sfb, as J Mpr ; Fat Cattle. — The -ma^ket was j heavily supplied, 2800 having been j entered for sale, comprising 500 from j .Queensland, 450 . froni New_ JSouthj -Wales, )1200 from Norih-Eastemdis-j trict, 450 from Gippsland, and 400 from Northern and North-western j districts, and paddocks near- town. For good prime qualities former ? quotations - were ^ lhaintaihed.'' 3F6r other qualities the demand was with out animation throughout, and prices ruled a shade lower - that 'late', rates, closing firmer. , „ ... Fat; T ainhs.— 11,000 - were penned. Best descriptions , -realised- r firmer quotations, while second-arid inferior sorts met a dragging sale at slightly lower rates. / Prime sold at from 6d to 10s 6d; a few extra lis 6d; good sold at from 7s to 8s 6d ; mid dling and inferior from 3s 6cL ' ' Fat Sheep — 35,000 yarded, which consisted chiefly of middling- descrip tions with a moderate proportion of...
The Late Mr Crosthwaite's Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 January 1891
h 1 n '/ The Lfnie iify Crosth-waite's' ':r'- ? ? ? ? ? ? The following description of the homes tead of Mr Croi&thwaite, of Mil dura, who was killed last week, and which appeared in the ' Mildnra Cul tivator '* a few months back will be of interest to this district:— This block. ; embraces about 20 acres and is intersected by the 70ft. channel, which ctirves through the holding. The house is of wood, was built by the- owner in person, and is a neat iand comfortable structure. . Three acres of the ground are above the level of the channel, and a good wind mill pump in connection with an elevated tank is put into requisition in ; the work of irrigation, but the head ditch on the west is supplied from another and higher channel. This commands the lucerne patch which is a feature of the holding, giving a nice suceessional yield foi' the horses. A crop of oaten hay had just been harvested on the occasion of our visit, and this was estimated to represent about 50cwt. to the acre....
THE RUSSIAN JEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 9 January 1891
The Russian Jews. The hardships to which the Jews in Russia are at pre sent beinsr subiected reminds one of the old story of the Israelities in Egypt. According to Bible history, the Jews were relegated to bondage on account of their _sins, j and the last dispersion of their tribes is also attributed to the judgments of the A? mighty. Athough the majority I of the Jews on the Globe cannot com plain of their lot, those who have the misfortune to be scattered through the empires of Russia, Turkey and other countries thereabouts are des pised much as are the Chinese in the Australian, colonies ; in fact, they have little or no protection bylaw, and in Russia especially they are treated as foreigners living on sufferance. Ac cording to E. B. Lmin, who quotes from Russian statutes, the Jew ii not entitled to recover money that he may lend, by law, and he has to resort to stratagem. If a Russian merchant desires to borrow money from a Jew a bogus sale of goods from the Jew to the merchant...