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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 17 January 1891

i MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK ?? ?? r - MARKET. ' -v ' I Fat Sheep— Another heavy supply came ] forward,: , 35, 000 having been, yarded, I whicH consisted chiefly of middling de- I scriptiqns,,iwith a fair proportion good to } prime. The; tone ; of the market was weaker, and although prime qualities rea lised former.quotations, yet in most in stantces prices ruled slightly lower than last week's rates. Very few crossbreds yarded. Prime crossbred wethers from lis to 12s ; extra do, do, to 13s 6d ; prime merino wethers, from 9s 6d to 10s 6d ; extra do do, to lis ; good do do, from ^s?tc. l9sj middling and inferior, at late rates! Fat Lambs.— 9000 were penned, best descriptions sold readily at fully late rates, while other sorts met a dragging sale at -quotations : — Prime sold at from 9s to lOs 6d ; extra to lis ; good, at from 7s to 8s 6d ; middling and inlerior, from 3s 6d.

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining Nuggets. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 17 January 1891

. ^ , .Jffinhit 7 Ji'iiggets. r Work has been, resumed, after the holidays at ' the Homeward 'Bound, Twist V-Creek/afirl a start was tb have been made with sinking on Thursday. j The inflow of water is not excessive there being a depth of 9 feet on Tues day since the previous Saturday, and is principally surface water. The Wilberforce Bros, propose sinking in order to provide for a well, when they will commence to stope back. After this week there will probably be three shifts. They have every confidence that the reef, which prospects 18 dwt. per ton, will turn out payable throughout. The recent tin discoveries at Mitta Mitta are attracting considerable attention. Tlio riisfmrerw nf an excellent show near Eskdale. at the junction of the Snowy Creek on the Mitta Mitta, has been exhibiting some very promising samples of stone, showing tin ore said to contain 75 per cent of tin. A bar of smelted tin accompanies the specimens. There are two lodes, said to be each about 12 feet in width,...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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BEECHWORTH STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 17 January 1891

BEECHWORTH STOCK MARKET. The fortnightly sale was held Jby Mpore_ axiTi-ea. on vvemiesaay, when 'the follow ing sales were effected : — 13 heifers for Mr R. Barton, Gundow ring, L2 8s to L4. 16 heifers for T. Seymour, Gundow ring, L3 17s 6d to L4 16s. 6 bullocks for Mr McElroy, Gapsted, L4 4s, 8 calves for G. Hodge, Everton, Ll 13s. 5 bead calves for J. Harvey, Beech worth, Ll 4s to L2. ^ 3 cows for R. Kain, Wooragee, L4 14s. o DuiiocKs tor A. l . Hughes, jun., Myrtleford, L6. 4 bullocks for T. Spink, Whoroulv, L5 2s 6d. 75 fat wethers for J. T. Martin, Chiltern, 7s 6d to 9s 2d ; and 44 fat lambs, 8s 9d to 9s 3d. 504 store ewes for N. E. Turner, Eldorado 3s lid. New wheat is arriving in large quanti ties in the Wimmera district, and the yields have been generally good. The mallee country is expected to average 4 bags to the acre ifor 54,000 acres, a large area being under -cullivation. Wheat in Mel-, bourne is selling at 3s 6Jd.

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Housebreaking at Clear Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 17 January 1891

Housebreaking at Clear Creek . «n«. - -- On Monday evening a Chinaman named Ching You, residing at Clear Creek was subjected to a dastardly outrage at the hands oc two young men. Ching You had figured at the Police Court on Monday on a charge against Mrs Grant, of throwing upon him some excreta, she being fined £5 and £2 10s costs. The youths ex pecUJ that Ching You was possessed of some ot tLW money, for they called upon him and took a neat inside his hut. They then observed tWt, he had won the case during the day, and had got £7 10s by it, which they wanted. Ching You of course re fused to give it and went outside, but they followed him and brought him back. One of them took up a knife from the table and used threatening language, but without avail. They then left. Ching You then fastened tbe door. Some time after they returned and broke open the door, ransacking tlie place. It was found that the fence around the hut had been smashed, a laiyye peach tree laden with frnit had its b...

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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 17 January 1891

? ? ? ? ? ? I Church Notices. j The ' following are the service arrange ments in connection with the different denominations for Suuday next ; — CHURCH of ENGLAND. Kev. T. J. Weight. Yackandatidah, 11 a.m and 7 p.m Allan's Flat, 3 p.m.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ATHENAEUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 17 January 1891

[?] The annual meeting of subScrH to the aboge^aras held in the Tofyrji on Mond^ evening, I B^ORTS. I | The balance sheet for the yeJH read, and showed® the receipts JH £116 Is 8d. The year started debit' balance of £3 9s 7d, a^H eludes with a credit b&wJI £6 Is 3d. m The committee reported as f0i]H To tbe subscribers of the YackandjB Athenaeum. ^ TH Ladies and Gentlemen, — Your .8 mtffiua in nrocantinff Tfrtil with il. ni report and balance sheet, has veiyfl pleasure in congratulating y0u H another very successful year that hJ closed . I Committee — Your committee faagw at 13 ordinary meetings, which --trM tended as lollows : — Molyneux 13 gjB Cole, Ramsay, and Dolphin 11. We) J 1 0, Nette 9, Caider, Haig and MarsbS o, Hoods ana tiattersiey 7, Li!oyd5tjH| Finance. — The Treasurer's statenHR shows that the total receipts for tfae jjB was £116 Is 8d, and the expenditure lOd, leaving a credit balance of £6]fl| at the end of year instead of a debit at JB meneement of £3 19s 7d,...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH REV. TREDINNICK [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 17 January 1891

WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. Tredinnick Yackandatidah, 11 a.m. Murmungee, 3 p.m. Myrtleford, 7 p.m.

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Opening of the Yackandandah Butts. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 17 January 1891

Opening of the Yackandandah JSutts. The new butts were formally opened on Tuesday, by the president of the club, Cr Richardson. The weather was most enjoyable, with a cool breeze blowing all day, which brought a good muster of members, whilst the spectators were numerous throughout the day. The first shot was fired at 11 o'clock, at 200 yards, and Mi Richardson Scored an ' inner ' being very close to the 8 inch bullseye, amidst loud cheering. President Richardson hoped -that this shot would be the first of many thousands to be fired at the range. The shoot ing for the prizes then 'commenced at the different ranges, and the follow ing are the results, the possible at each range being 35. 200yds. . ; Seoues. H'cap. Total. I Hocking If 13 32 P'iestly 17 13 30 Wright 26 3 29 - B*ass 14 13 27 H. Mueller 2.) 5 25 A. Nette, jr. 12 13 25 Caider J6 8 24 M-iiyneux 19 3 22 M'Kay- 10 13 23 Dun-tan 2L 0 21 W. Moore 7 13 20 F. Moore 8 8 16 Fedderson 10 5 15 '400yds. Priestly 19 14 33 Dmistan' 29 ...

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PRESBYTERIAN—CHURCH REV. A. H. MOORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 17 January 1891

PRESBYTERIAN-CHURCH Rev. A. H. Moore. Yackahdaadah, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.

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CRICKET. HILLSBOROUGH v. YACKANDANDAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 17 January 1891

? ? ? ? ? | CRICKET j HILLSBOROUGH v. YACKAN DANDAH. 'vi^^^aturday the Hillsborough. |pf|fj(£et^rs visited Yackandandah fon| wie 'iplirpose of trying /^eojiclusibnff; wi|h the local men. Bo^jh clnbse^md; their best team forward, sand it was thought a much closer ^game wonld naye- resulted. However, tne -i wii-. berfor^s and Rudolph mastered the bowling of the local trailers, and a win was scored on the first innings . G. Wilberforce and Rudolph^ both played, a reall^^ exc^ent gaihe, and ] notwithstanding that Goodyear was in good bowling fform, no wickets xesuited,^or^soxrie„.-iixne.,TOiTh.e^local „ men fielded well, but in their batting completely collapsed. The following are the scores ? ? ? ? j HILLSBOROUGH. i : First Innings. W. Wilberforce, b Goodyear ... 11 G. Wilberforce, c Dickson, b Hocking 16 Rudolph, run out ... ... 14 L. Crawford, b? Hocking -... — ' 5 ; G. Crawford, b: Goodyear ... *: T j J. Bigelow, b Hocking 1 ' K.. r ' 4 i A. Stone, b Goodyear ... ... ... 0 f'J. Prie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 17 January 1891

Auctions. j SALE OF FURNITURE. Wednesday, Feb. 4, 1891. j At 12 o'clock. i TA. KNAGGS under instruetioiis ' ^ from Mk Hen©y will sellon ft Be. Above date— FOUR-ROOMED GGTTAGEaDdiGop^ modious Kitchen, Splendid' Garden well planted with fruit trees. ; Piano {by Bord) ; 3 Tables, 3 Sofas, 3 Double Bedsteads, 2 Single do., € choice Chairs, J5 Cane Ghairs, .Car pets, Kitchen Utensils, and /other , articles too numerous to mention. j _%ER&?S AT SALE. . Myrtleford Market. „„ TUESDAY, JANUARY 20. -4 rT.; A, KWACGS, ' j WILL SELL on: the above date the following — 60 Prime Fat Cattle from Messrs Bpll;- ,-Grosthwaite,:-7;FMcKillop; ? Geelan, Walsh and others. Store Cattle from the Surrounding Districts. 200 Prime Wethers from Mr Me nu &tenzle. . . ! 80 - Prime Southdown Lambs from' Chiltcrn. ' . ' 30 Store Pigs. Horses, ipcluding Grand Pair Roan y Buggy Mares, also BOOTHS, GATES, STAND, &c., : , in connection with the Myrtle ford Amateur Turf Club Races, to be held Feb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 17 January 1891

hotel, sStoSIlE THE POST OFFICE.) ^street, YACKAKDAKI)AH- j5 U=tablished commercial HfjJiM HOUSE. Cl» Entxa - Proprietor. r® receive a falr measure accommodation- for lSBsitobs and families. ^^rst-class Cuisine Guaranteed. ^1)( Best Branab Ales, Wines and eit^J Spirits kept. rp|^™^]ggg Sample lio 0111 Biltll. &c. ri^Mpgrior Alcock's Billiard Table. iftsS0di°us Stables and Loose Boxes. ;°miKG OFFICE FOR BECK AND SSl L0WE'S COACHES. hotel, y ackandandah. SftcDermott - Proprietor, !^BkES to intimate to his numerous ( ^^Kjends of Yackandandali and public ' nJ»'Kv 'le ^as ^aken the above well- | w«X bostelry, and trusts by strict atten ^ requirements of his patrons to 8 s^are 6U^0rt' T ?class Accommodation for Travellers. M Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits only kept. ^?ackandandah Shoeing J Forge. N|1M E. Glune, iIneral blacksmith. t Bscs' Sliod with greatest care and T I attention. ®ery Description of Smith work — I ' neatly executed. \ ?-?kinds of Mining and Agricultural ...

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WODONGA CATTLE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 17 January 1891

WGDOMa! CATTLE SALES/ -li ' *4000 store rattle were yarded on Friday, - the 9th instant,- rand iiotwithstandingthe very heavy rain there was a1 large attend ance ofi grariers,vrprinicipally local /buyers, ; who operated freely at prices fully lequal to late rates. Messrs Edward Trencliard and Co. sold 1840' bullocks on accdunt of the Rocklands Pastoral Company, to L3 8s 6d, averaging/fL3 3s. Messrs Ryan , and Hammond' Jsold -1,035:. bullocks and' cows for G. A. Brodio, -Lorraine Station, to L4 17s, the former, averaging Ls 6s, the latter L2 10s. Messrs Arthur S. King and Co. sold 1,193 buH&'cks forMrJohn Robertson, Roxburgh Dpwns, to L4 Is, averaging L3 14S 9d.

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Commercial. YACKANDANDAH QUARTERLY STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 17 January 1891

Commercial. I YACKANDANDAH QUARTERLY STOCK SALE. J W Thwaiifs auSi^^rraort W^ring held their Yackandandali market on Satur day lt&t, /^s|»eniSUiey yarded] 2t)0 tiead of «^^e'to ^lOTge^tendmc4«fcbuyCT8.MBid dings were brisfi, and th^reportfaaVing sold everything ;'(with tjbe^cxceptibn a$ 12 bead} Sat nmst ^tilfoctoiy prices. They %iote^3^^r-bldbuuocks?L|X8s r-2-year old steers, L3 8s 6d toL3iLfc-'6a j cows and calves, L2 19s to L3 10s; dry cows to Li3 2s 6d ; heifers, L3 1s to L3 10s ; young cattle, Ll 18s 6d to L2 2s6d, at which pficefthe^ SOld pfor- Mes'srsJ.' Anderson^ T J.'Hafv6y, D7 Mongan, H. Murphy, Thos. Boyce, D. H. Mortimer, J. Miller, N. Mad sen, P. Skabill, J. Hobbs. Their next sale will'be iield early'in Marcb. * - ' —

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Yackandandah Police Court. (Before Mr. Rowan, P.M.) MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 17 January 1891

Yackandandah Police Court. .U. ? (Before Mr. Rowan, P.M.) Moiq^r4 Jaituary 12, 1891./^-- ^hGmasf||)ami and Willfem Fifley j vinere Charged with vagrancy. j ^ J. Dolpxio, maiiager of th«s Bknk of Australasia, : deposed that on the previous Thursday the accused came to the bank: Dunn said he had been a compositor on the ' M. A. Mail,' Castlemaine, and said he knew witness, but witness disclaimed any knowledge' of the 'identity - of Dunn. He then asked witness for Is, and to L^et rill of him he gave it, on the iinderstandi^^ ^that Jie. would get something to eat. - u. ivieuranii cpa«uuu.iiu.«r, ucjwsca that the accused aa^e(^ him for money, butHhe gave them. sOiSe tea. Rev. T- J. Wright deposed that the accused were knocking about the gate of the Church of England grounds all the evening. About ll o^lock, after he had retired,. there was a knock at the door; he called out, and -said he would not ^fee anybody at that hour of the . night. He thought it was these men,' and told them if th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 17 January 1891

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 17 January 1891

Local and General. ? .u; ? Tenders.— In. another column tenders are invited for the: supply of 245 telegraph' poles for tlie Beechworth- Yackandandali line. j Sale. — Mr T. A. Knaggs, auctioneer, Dederang, notifies that he will hold a sale of house, furniture, &c., at Mr Hendy's. Yackandaudah, on Wednesday, February 4tb. Pbqspecting.— The elections „in counec- j tion with the Prospecting Boards were j held on Wednesday. Mr Molyneux at- . tended at the Yackandaudah Court House, . as returning officer. Eight votes were re corded for Mr P. Power, of One Mile. Mr Radcliffe, of Waudiligong, was elected as the district representative of the Mine Owners, ,-by -a large majority. Mr,. L'l Murphy, the old member, was re-elected unanimously by the Mining Board, and Ml*;. Horrocks by the Shires. Obituaht. — It is with regret that we learn of thejdeath of an old resident of the ( district,- Mr Ralph ; Dun&tan, of Kiewa, which sad event occurred on Thursday! Mr DanitM bad r been a...

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STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 17 January 1891

Stock Sale. ~ The success that has attended . the last two quarterly I sales held in Yackandandali by Mr. j Thwaites, of Tallangatta, shows that despite the apprehensions generally manifested as to the suitability of Y ackandandah as a market, we are fast coming to the front. Our draw back in the past has been the want of railway communication, but the very noticeable improvement in the tone of our : market, with the prospect of the opening of the railway at no dis tant date is re-assuring. And why ' r __1J ' ? J- . ? ' 1 ? J. suouia hug we ue »uxts uu. uu&sir ui: -13 good sales as neighbouring towns ? We arein a ideally good stock district, and it seems peculiar, to ' say the least, that graziers should have to take their stock to Beechworth to sell them — perhaps to some neighbour. We should be able to 'provide a monthly sale at Yackandandali to facilitate the interchange of stock, and when the railway is opened we feel sure that there will be no lack either of buyers or s...

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GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 17 January 1891

GAZETTE. ? .n- ? 1 Last week's Gazette contains the following : — Constable Baird, of Kiewa, has been gazetted Inspector of Slaughter houses at Kiewa. Contract accepted — Erection of turntable, &c., at Yackandandah, J. Bryan, £*275 5s 8d. ~ = - ;- Separate tenders are invited for the undermentioned works Tues- day. 27th J anuary — Erection1 of cattle yards at Bright. Particulars at the Engineer-in-Chief's Office, Spencer -street, and at Benalla, Wangaratta, ^Beechworth, Myrtleford, and Bright 'stations. Preliminary deposit £10. Tuesday,' 27th J anuary. — Supply of 245' telegraph poles, delivered at marks along the line, from Beech wortli to Yackandandah. Particulars r.at the Telegraph Engineer's Office, Spehcei*-st-reet, and tifc Seymour, Avenel, Benalla, and MjTfcleford stations. Preliminary deposit, £10. ^ Grazing ap|sas ayailable^-770a5lot. j44, Gundowiifig^- ? formerly ? applied for by Peter Cleary ; 1000a, lot. IS, Wallaby^ formerly, , applied for bys Thos,;' , Pr Peter...

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Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with opinions expressed by correspondents.] THE COMMONS. (To the Editor of the TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 17 January 1891

Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with opinions expressed by correspondents.] THE COMMOlfS. (To the Editor of the Times.) Sir, — I noticed your leading article a few issue back about utilising the commons, and the Government pro viding for their being leased. I also noticed Mr D. Mongan's reply there to. Mr Mongan states that 900 cattle j! ? 3 ? ? j-~l _ LLpUil Uliia UULLLUlUii.. XJ U but/ owners of these 900 head pay fees or not F From what I can see at pre sent the common is used by a few for fattening stock for market. Mr Mongan ridicules the idea of leasing the common. I do . not see that any ; hardship could be inflicted upon the j miners. He would be able to enter upon it and search for gold, if. leased-] in the manner proposed. I see that ! the Mining Commission makes a j similar recommendation, only that it will be for local mining councils to say whether lands shall be leased, ill* Mongan also ridicules the idea of vinegrowing. It appears to hie that those who h...

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