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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 August 1890

Corre«pondettce, ? :u: ? [We do not identify ourselves with opinions expressed by -correspondent* .]

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
On Dit. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 August 1890

— :o: — ; i That at next Thursday's . Council meeting a president will be elected. - j That thefte will ? probably be more than one proposition forward. - ; That the Kiewa Siding members think it is tlieir turn. ? That the Yackandandah Quadrille Assembly wind up with a plain and fancy dress ball on the 19th Septem been engaged for the occasion. T hat the ' monkey ' is again on the 'job' at the railway bridge. Thai the ^mqnkpy'#}' ? powers are limited. Too mncn rock. ' That'! the v WoQTag4e * footballers succeeded'm defeating ! Middle OfCfek: arid IhdigO (combliiieii)^; That the Indigo and Middle Greek boys y speak highly of .the ; treatment they. receiyed in evening.! „'v ; . That i there was plentyof edibles, wine, and best of aU— ryouiig ladieSi ' That CrFealey, returning officer for the North Ovens Shire Council was struck by one' of ^ the scrutineers, Mr Ward. K i 1,14 ' : That rabbits are increasing fast in Cobar, N.S.W. - ? , ?. That the second reading ; of - the Railway Bill ...

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

1 'V r:'N: ' - : / | FftlDAV, 5th Septerabar, Al Ualf-fu( Two o'clock jud. At the Wermiuum flMd, Wodengm. Saleof Valuable fetore, r , ' ' T«yfctberwitli ^ ;_ I 23 Acres hivar Sat^ ( With+vt Meterve. &] Dougharty a Barker, FAVufiED with iustructiuug from Mrs Lawson, wiil oeli her welt-knowu hostelry jkmI geiieral rtore busiunw, kuown as the Lagoon Hotel & Store, Kiewa, Ou tb« Little itiw, 13 miles from Wodonga. The hotel, ?tore aud outbuildings an; substantial and commodious, and include - ? 1_ C: ? ? ? 1_ ? . COS CU'UOUIC) UBJ VUVU9, . MSU1I7 B1UI 1UW boxes, which are necessary aud in continue odi use by the mail and coachea which pass to aud fro daily. For iulortiiatioii as to the business done by this establishment, euqiiiry can be made of any commercial traveller *ho has con nection in the district. Tbe Kiewa Post Office is in connection with the hotel. Further particulars on application to DOUGHARTY & PaKKER, Melbourne aud Wodonga. * T. A. Knaggs, AUCTION...

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

* ? ? r ; TV.- -.sryt'/tttsM ' ?'/! ti it;-* n : : ? 1 WATERLOOi.- ^ (OPPOSITE 'THE POST OFFlCfe.) ' T''. ' * ? ?_? ? i1; :!? ;7 \-i ? high ^tr'eet, *yj33kaInd^nda.&.'_ - ? - OLD ESTABrTSHE-D - COMMERCIAL ? ?.,. HOBSE.1 ? -,/«? - ;-« .-y. -,f: ??' ?-'-*' ~.'i !».♦?- rt'Tl -'?- ? fT f ? vr* BEGS to .return 'thaiihb,.'t6''!'the-.Ett-l4ic. - . generally f(5r support accorded him jji tlie past, and liopee by^tricfc; attention to their requirements to . receive a .fair measure of support. ;i— -r. . T)I evert accommodation FOR X* YISTORS'AjST)'FAMItiESr- — — o Supp A First-class Cuisine Guaranteed. ? ? ibe I Only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits kept. ? Ass Fir^t -class Sample Room Bath, &c. Superior Alcock's Billiard Table. Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. ' ? ? ? ? — ? ? : WH STAR HOTEL, YACKANDANCAH. P. McDermott - Proprietor, DE8IEES to intimate to his numerous friends of Yacbandaudah aud -public generally, that he has taken tbe above well known hostelry, ...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH REV. F. ELLIOTT [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 August 1890

LESLEY AN CHURCH TKlwJvtdak. II Kjn.. Rev. Trediunkk Myrtleford 7 Rev. Ttnicuuick. - =1 ^ 7 ^p tuT«e«lay, and 17. 'P Yackaudati-lay \Ve-liics*lay cvcuiiif, Rev. Tredcmiick. Stonev Creek, at 1 1, and Murmongve at 3 PRE3B V'TfiRI AN CHURCH I Rkv. F. Eluoxt j Y»ckamlaud^h 11 «.m.. and 7 p.m. 1 WtMta gee 3 p.m. ' ? j

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Church Notices. SUNDAY AUGUST 24, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 August 1890

Cfturdt Jfoitee*. % j SUNDAY AUGUST S4, 1880. - * iiiilHWSlii u , i Th« following ST dw9wi*®^ unm* j awu^ iu ci-im«cti-in witlj IW^ifEcreat j f ai^e^4 England \ ; Vwbudi^Uh; 1 1 «.uii — Mr t)«yward. 1 1 11a at —lie v. fT. l:Vrmht,j 1 : Soirtb Ddlwiai^r, rtjht

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Bachelors' Ball at Tawonga. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 August 1890

^a£7£gft)W ''BOil 'at TaivWfyaT ^nHcois_5ia ' ! 2(^mpicp30o-feg»e^a | ;?? Tli Hall -.caini?! Tawonga Pablic jjutr'lt,.* same- time into a fair Tfra^of coming off- lio^ - ever, tliaiiks to our ^nei^ejac secre tary, G. W. Larkin, jn^hing Tvas ld£t; iindone -^tnakelt^l^SLoceBBj 4be ®om-; mittee also' doing-* their jd^ty The weather Was yery%ti|-ropitious for $-he occasion, -as-1^eii£^l»taa^-:ate scattered very much ; but^ just #,s darkness was setting in pirtBte^valle^, buggies laden 'with. tlie fair sex were to be seen coming from aU ' pairtsj Dederang, Gundoisvring and Tawonga, and in spite of the inclemencyof the ?weather, , quite 100 of both .sexes en tered the hall to enjoy themselves. Excellent music was supplied by' Messrs R. Barton, jun., and F. and T. Briggs, -whilst our worthysecre tarv was again to tlie . fore officiating as M.C., whicli m ltseli. was aguar ant^e that this part of the ball was well looked after : for by bis amiable and courteous manner, and bis untir ing eff...

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RUTHERGLEN v. WANDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 August 1890

RUTHERGLEN v. WANDERERS. ] The return match between Ruther glen and the Wanderers, which was played at Rutherglen on Saturday, resulted in * Rutherglen being 1 goal 3 behinds to the Wanderers' 1 go«d2behinds. a

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MIDDLE CREEK & INDIGO (combined) v. WOORAGEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 August 1890

MIDDLE CREEK & INDIGO (com biued) v. WOORAGEE. j (By one of the Visitors.) On Saturday last a team of foot- j bailers from Middle Creek and In- j digo journeyed to Wooragee, and j tried their hand against them in the manly game of football, but had to suffer a defeat. The scoring was i very slow — 1 goal 3 behinds to nil, \ which spoke well for the manner in I which each side defended their goals. McGinness, who skippered the Woo ragee team, won the toss from Morri- j son, who did like service for the ! visitors. The ball, after being kicked j off, was kept going all over the field, I and whenever brought into danger | was quickly sent away by the oppos- ; ing players. Dickson (Indigo) whilst j endeavoring to defend the goal, un- I luckily sent the ball into McGuinness' I hands, when the first and only goal j of the day was kicked. After that I the scoring was ridiculously slow, the j latter half being got through without i either side scoring. Considering that i a number of...

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Concert at Gundowring. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 August 1890

Concert «rt (From a C «r respondent.) A concert and dance was held in the State Scli»»«»i. Gundowring, on i- cUmt, in aid of the ]|§»i iV^tlialiiJlnii. l)e*pi;e the in. ctemencyof the Weat her and bad state of the toads the r-Ikio] was crowded with vinffli* fmm all directions. The programme, a v ned one, was gon-: through without a hitch. Misses Powells and Ala.-t -r Rac Jennings (of Wodonga) adde-i considerably to the amusement of tbe evening. A charac ter dnet by the KVegan Bros,. ' Way Down Tenessee. * whs well received ; song, 'Tapping at the Garden Gate,' by Miss Powell, was very pleasingly rendered; song, 'Oh! 'Any,' by Master Rac Jennings, was the num ber of the evening ; song, ' On the Banks of the Clyde,' by Mr J. Ford, was greatly applauded : song (in [ character) ' Babylon* are Falling ' by the Keegan and Barton Bros., caused much amusement. A recita tion by Mr Carmichael, 44 How- we beat the Favourite,'* was well given. A farce, 'The Rival Artists,' by W. and J. Bilisbor...

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OSBORNE'S FLAT BRIDGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE 'TIMES.' [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 August 1890

OSBORNE'S FLAT BRIDGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE 'TIMES.' Sir — I trust you will grant me space in your valuable little paper to make a few remarks in reply to your correspondent ' Fair Dinkum.' In the first place, I have no objection whatever to his anonymous cognomen. It is the subject matter of his letter I propose to deal with. I am sure there is no one, who is at all acquainted with the locality, can deny that a bridge is urgently required across the Yack. creek at Osborne's Flat, and I for one am at a loss to know why a bridge has not been made there years ago. However, on the principle of better late than never, the council should undertake it now. We were in a fair way of getting the bridge erected 011 a site approved of by the residents of Osborne's Flat, when lo! opposition springs up — first from one of the councillors, who wants the bridge built on a site to suit himself and some of his neighbours. Some of the latter say, however, that they do not want the bridge on this site...

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THE NATIVES' TESTIMONIAL. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 August 1890

THE NATIVES' TESTIMONIAL. [To ths Editor of the Tucks.] Sir, — I think you must admit after perusing the attached extract from the published report of the meeting of Beechworth Natives re the Wallace Testimonial, that there was not the slightest intention to shnt out any part of the district from fair repre sentation on the committee. The Executive will be very pleased if the ; natives of Yackandandah will nomin ate some of their number to act with -them forthwith. — Yours truly. W . B. PoBBirr. [Extract reierred to.] 'The Chairman said he bad communi cated with gentlemen in the various centres of the Ovens district, with a view to the formation of local committees to work in conjunction with the committee at Beech worth. He moved that the following act as a committee at Beechworth : — Mrs Deshon, Misses M. Dood and Lawrence, and Messrs J. W. Ingram, R. H. Perry, W. J. Connolly, A. A. Billson, W. Var iety, J. Armstrong and D. Baird, tcitk power to add to their number . The motion wa...

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

MkW'NDAH OiBEGT^Y i imnl Ivjdx-kt'.rf ;rsf- ?'?.???]! I ? :follbwing iB a list^'df nj?iSie 1 aespcsctivfe ' Business. Pfeople * advertis- 1 ing in the TisfBs, ari^anged alphabeti -ba% -'V ?-?[-& -tV- ' ufr y-.Jft'.'f i-'V* °'i'- *t! - '--V ?? ; & Jt;a;tioiier. - v. ??jkijoH 'ft v!-'f ? -i blacksmiths. — ^ ^L.. , w;.-;.- Menrant,; j M. E. Clune, James Ryan. Butchers. — William Beattyj Mnr dock McKeneie. - ? ? - Bobtmakers. — A. Priestly, M. ?!i'-'.1:iJClu^ife, A. Nette. ; Chemist, &C.— M. S. Rome. Goach.bmld.er, &e. — L . W. Men rant. Drapers — William Calder, John ' fiaig, M. Plummer, J. R. Rome. F. W. Stiles. GrPOCers, See. — William Calder, John Haig, J. R. Rome, and M. Plummer. Hotels. — Frank Entra, Waterloo Hotel ; Peter McDermott, Star Hotel. Hairdresser. — w. V. Fen-is. Tailor— Thos. Haig. Tanners, &C. — Cunningham and Colville. 'Watchmaker, &e. — A. Thomp son. ? :0: ? Beechworth Directory. Drapers. — Geo. Paterson and Co., Camp...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 August 1890

— — — — ! FOOTBALL. I (Secretaries would oblige by sending in their club's engagements for each i Saturday not later than Wednes- j day evenings.) j

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 August 1890

CretiercU News. Labor Laws. — The Emperor of Germany has despatched several agents to Lancashire to make in quiries with regard to the labour laws in force in England. Gunpowder Explosion. — A dis- | astrous explosion occurred at a gun powder factory at Waltham Abbey, near-London, on August 22nd. Two men were literally bloWn to pieces, whilst the damage to property was great. \ 1 War. — The negotiations for a ces sation of hostilities between the re publics of Salvador and Guatemala in Central America- have failed. Sal vador, which' has inflicted a succes- . sion'-of severe defeats oji Guatemala, has1 declined to accept tihe .terms of peace proposed., -by the latter, and it I is feared that the war will be resumed again. : ? '/ ^ ' '' Ctcloke. — The cyclone 'which'' swept over the region of the Jura Mountains, in France and Switzer lan-|, aC£^ised./^eripTis loss of life, 100 ; persons being' reported, to' * have'' perished. The towers of the cathe dral at St. Claude,, in rthe French...

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Lecture on the Grape Vine. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 August 1890

Liecture tm tJhe 6m pe Flfie* On Thursday, the 23rd instant, Mr 1 D. A. Crichion, lecturer to the Depart- I ment ^*f .^Agriculture, delivered an in- : terestaag hectare upon the above- j named subject at the Town Hall, * Bftrnawsrtlia. under tbe au&pices of j the Yackandandah Shire Council, ] and the Barnawartha Vine Growers' Association. Mr Smith, President of Yackandandnh Sliiiv, presided, and there was a large attendance, many coming from long distances. The ! chairman in a few appropriate re marks, introduced Mr Crichton, who j on rising was received with applause, j He commenced his remarks by apolo gising for keeping the meeting wait ing, but the delay had been caused by an unfortunate mistake in the ar rangements. According to the ar rangements made with him he was to appear at Yackandandah, and went there accordingly, when he found out his mistake, and at once hired a buggy and drove across to Barna wartha He was pleased to see so many present, as it indicated that v...

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Railway Time Table. FROM MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 August 1890

Railway Time Table. FROM MELBOURNE. a.m. p.m. p.m. Melbourne, dep. — 6.20 2.55 4.55 Seymour ... 8.50 5.19 6.37 Wangaratta ... 12.15 8.59 9.16 Springs ... 12.4S 9.51 9.46 Chiltem ... 1.6 10.11 — Baraawartha ... 1.16 10.25 — Wodonga ... 1.40 10.50 10.23 Albury ... 1.50 11.10 10.48 a.m. a-m. a.m. Sydney, arr— 6.0 6.33 11.40 TO MELBOURNE. a.m. a.m. a.m. Sydney, 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 Chiltem ... — 7.30 3.16 Springs ... 7.50 7.50 3.36 Wangaratta ... 6.57 8.19 4.7 Seymour ... 9.27 11.50 7.38 Melbourne, ar — 11.16 2.32 9.43 MYRTLEFORD TO EYERT0N. , 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. a.m. a.m. p.m. Wodonga, dep— 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 Bolga, ar — ... 7.40 . 12.50 3.16 BOLGA TO WODONGA. Bolga, dep-rr .i. 8.10 12.15 3.30 Bethan...

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

f-J ?n'ifiuru'fofba ; ?:b Jifdir'* . HAVE mach pleasure in intimating to , tliie tpubiic that they have commenced sawing ip f pieudid new forests of Blaegum and^Stnugy bark Timber, and they .are now prepared to 'supply BUILDING, BRIDGE aud WHEEL WEIGHTS' TIMBER, also -SAWNi RAILS and' PICKETS in any All orders to our ageata or Beat direct .0 the mill wilt receive prompt attention. Money to Lend. THE undersigned have MONEY to LEND, in Large or Small Sams, on 'freehold and Leasehold Securities, AT GUBRENT RATES Tuthill, Geoghegan & Perry, SOLICITORS, Camp Street, Beechworth, and 19 Queen street, Melbourne. GO TO Mitchelson Of Beechivorth for your Paperhangings THE Largest, Best, Cheapest and Most Cbarming Assortment to choose lrom outside of Melbourne. Just Arrived. Imported Direct. Also on sale, at equally Low Prices : Mixed Paints (all colors) White Lead, Tarnishes, Oils (Linseed, Olive, Colza Neatsfoot), Window Glass (all sizes). Aspinall's Enamel, Brush ware, Gold Paint, T...

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Hillsborough. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 30 August 1890

Hillsborough (From Our Own Correspondent.) The return match between the Gun- dowring and Hillsborough Football   Clubs was played on the ground of the latter on Saturday, August 23, and after a hard contest resulted in a win for the locals. Mr W. Bills- borough captained the visitors, whilst John Priestly acted in a simi- lar capacity for locals. Alick Priestly acted as central umpire and gave general satisfaction. Mr W. Moore, time-keeper : goal umpires, Messrs Martin and Crosswaite. The goal kickers for the visitors were W. Crosswaite, Carmichael and Bidding- ton, and for the locals, John Priestly, 1 ; James Priestly, 2 ; G. Crawford and W. McKibben one each. The final result was as follows : — Hills- borough, 5 , goals 8 behinds; Gun- dowring, 3 goals 12 behinds. In mining matters things are very quiet. A party of miners are nego- tiating a tribute with the Bon Accord proprietors. The Homeward Boys' machinery has not come back from town yet.   Mr McGill ...

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