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POLICE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 24 January 1891

POLICE COURTS. The following are Mr Rowan's appoint ments at the undermentioned Courts dur ing the year. He will also attend addi tional days when practicable : — YACKANDANDAH — Mondays, 11 o'clock on February 2, March 2, April 13 May 14, June 1, July 6, August 10„ September 7, October 12, November 2, and December 14. MITTA MITTA.— Tuesdays, 9.30 a.m on February 10, April 7, June 9, Aug 4, October 6, December 8. KIEWA — Wednesdays, 2 p.m., on Feb. 4, April 1, June 3, August 5, October 7, December 9. Mb. PERRY, of Beechworth, will

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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Bright Court of Petty Sessions. ILLEGALLY USING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 24 January 1891

[?] ILL«GKLt.T:%si]?G. 3;,!®Dlxcfe rry.j;|^iiar|^..f^p^|^' I -pn| h.r.,:- -?r .ZUO QXI'HO.l' \;j£v,| -^JCfo&table^ -Ji- ;0vi Hayes ;saidhifche| ^bfetfeed -wiais 'charged' on imWBilAriBi :- horsestealing. He had 4nade'inqfeuv ies into fee^fa,gpi;i and found that it; 'was more a case-of illegally using, and asked tlU Bench fed Substitute tha.t charge. This was the first time ~W&aen had before JIaSiy'^ oS^t ; ! lie was only 19 years, of rage, and had gendered valuable assistance in find !itig , the property, * wbicbJ lit ''Was 0%tought had been stolen.' 1 ; The horse 'was the 'property of Mr Difobin' of ireeburgh. ' ' ''? ? f_ The Bench agreed to the charge ''Tjfemg' altered to one of illegally msing, , a charge whichrthe accused admitted, -Constable Hayes stated that Mr Dibbin, an old resident of Freeburgh, %ad several horses which he used for hawking. The horses were turned out on New Year's Dsy 'about noon. : . -The following day they were wanted, but the one outside...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 24 January 1891

Bl^ Auctions. ?Iff-— ? : ? ? ? ? ? ? ? HiSAIiE OF FURNITURE. H] Wednesday, Feb.' 4, 1891. H f At 12 o'clock. Rfi hn A. KNAGKxS under, instructions H j_|_ * from Mb Hendy mil sell on the HHi above date— Hf; FOUR-ROOMED COTTAGE and Com ?Kf uiodious Kitchen, Splendid Garden mm well planted with truit trees. Hp':' Piano (by Bord) ; 3 Tables, 3 Sofas,3 Hnj Double Bedsteads, 2 Single do., 6 ?ji j choice Chairs, 6 Cane Chairs, Car Bjgg'f P^ts, Kitchen Utensils, and other ?ig } articles, too numerous to mention. ...... IS TERMS AT SALE., ?--: . If) Wednesday. Jail. 28tli, 1891. Hf BEECHWORTH STOCK If SALE. Ha] Fat and Store Cattle. M l Fat and Store Sheep, ji : Fat Lambs. 1 P. T. MOORE & CO., i | '11^ ILL hold their usual forfc * T nightly stock sale on . the j ;/ above date, at their yards, Beech fj : -worth, when they will have yarded 111'- ? ? ? - /-* . . «? T T» j* ]un., Gundowring. 10 Prime Fat Bullocks, from. Mr. J. I Spink, Whorouly. ; 10 Prime Fat Heifers and Bullocks from M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 24 January 1891

WATERLOO HOTEL, (OPPOSITE THK POST OFFICE.) bigh street, y ack and and ah . OLD ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL HOUSE. Frank Entra - Proprietor. BEGS to return thanks to the Public generally for support accorded him in the past, and hopes by -strict attention -to — ^j1gjrTeqtLtrements-to—r0oeivea..fairmeaarure. ?of support. EVERY ACCOMMODATION FOR VISITORS AND FAMILIES. A First-class Cuisine Guaranteed. Only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits kept. First-class Sample Room Batli, &c. Superior Alcock's Billiard Table. Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND LOWE'S COACHES. STAR HOTEL, YACKANDANDAH. P. McDermott - Proprietor, DESIRES to intimate to his numerous friends of Yackandandah and public generally,! that he has taken the above well 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. Yackanda...

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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 24 January 1891

; The . following jare ?, ments in coun0ctiton^^^ffi^^e ;diff8rent denominationB for Sunday; v x } CHURCH or sBbv. T. J. Wbight. t . \ ?r ,.:rt T-.r -y' .?'* I J i. 1 1. Yackandandah, ll\a.m;arid 7 p.m f. Wooragee, 3 p.m. V. ?'.???' / ? ? ? ** ? .

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 24 January 1891

A report from Forbes, near Albury, conveys particulars of a shocking case of neglect on the part of a mother. The woman, who is named Margery Pennington, was confined of twins about 10 weeks since, and for come weeks past the neighbors had noticed the continued crying of in fants. The house was visited, and the mother and another woman were found helplessly drunk, while the two infants bore evidence of starvation juud shameful neglect. They were in ft filthy condition, and fly blown, , vr bile for lack of nourishment they liad. nearly sucked the flesh their fingers. Ultimately one of them 7 died. The police were then communi- j Cated with, and the unnatural mother ?wili ia-resBfced. JL magistej^bm^nuryd was held, and a verdict returned that death had arisen from starvation and , neglect on the part of the mother conditum Jof drunkenness woman foofn mitted for trial at the quarter BeaaooSf - chafed i;.iyith ^be jnan f laughter of her infant.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 24 January 1891

I — — ? ; ? ^ — ? ? r ? ? I Reward. STRAYED from Huon Liane about three months ago a GREY YEAR ! LING FILLY (pretty well bred) ; not branded. STEPHEN BEATTY, Huon Lane. ! TO BUILDERS. TENDERS are invited by the Under signed until 3 p.m. on SATUR DAY, January 31st, for — The ERECTION of SHIRE OFFICES, COURT HOUSE, SUBTREA SURY and GOVERNMENT OFFICES, Tallangatta, for the Towong Shire Council. Plans and Specification to be seen at our offices Melbourne and at Tallangatta. GORDON & GORDON, F.R.Y.I.A., Architects, Melbourne, Seymour, Euroa, Benalla, Wangaratta, Corowa, Wodonga, Albury, Mansfield and Rutherglen. Victorian Railways. FOUNDATION DAY. BY all trains . on the 24th and 26th J»nuary tickets at Holiday Excursion Fares, available for return till 31st January inclusive, will be issued to and from all stations (subuibans excepted.) SEASIDE EXCURSIONS. — The issue of theses tickets at the. principal stations will continue ss already advertised. (See posters at all stations.) ...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 24 January 1891

?1 f; j % 1 1: tGhenerftf, 1 Vewst f, , . ;? ?. ? ... j 4 i . 5 f ; w;, , As'jther resjult- - of .... a,Tr.ppnference last week' fcetween th'e ' miiiister of 'Lands and r 'the Minister of Mines an arrangement has been made, i pending the passing of . an . . amend ing bill next session, by which the Mining departinerit 'will be in a ?position to grant mineral leases over land, held under the grazing area provision of the Land Act. As matters now stand only a lease to mine for gold can be issued on land held in the . manner indicated, and as the whole of the carbonifer ous area of Gippsland is; taken up for gracing purposes ' the coal measures are practically . locked up from development. The law is such that even the, lessee ,of a grazing area cannot mine upon his own land for any other metal than gold. ,Tb, get over this difficulty in the meantime it has been decided that a person desirous of develop ing a coal seam can enter into a friendly arrangement with the lease holder, by whi...

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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 24 January 1891

YA CK AND AND AH SHIRE COUNCIL. V ? :o: ? ? ^*The^ o mi nary monthly meeting of the ' above was held at jtbe Sh|re Hail* on Thursdav, 22^/liistant: Present: — Crs Robinson (inthe chair), Beatty, Mongan, Street, McDonald, Smith, and Burrows. From11 Secretary Board of ^Health, asking f-lr a return giving: a list of registered dairy farms andinilk s tores in the district, and indicating any insanitary conditions- or a^y yiolation of the ' regulations observed. — Re ceived. From Lands Department wishing to know whether the alienation of a road adjoining John Cooper's Mullindolingong, would injure the travelling public.-— Received. From Tuthill, G-eoghau and Perry re transfers of certain roads. In connection with the road O'Donnell was to have transferred. Councillors thought there was unusual delay. Councillor MfcDonald remarked that as 4 years had passed they should declare i the road open. ' ? ' The secretary explained that this could not be done without the laud being con veyanced to...

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Presentation, of Prizes. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 24 January 1891

Presentation of Prizes. Tuesday afternoon was the occa sion of an interesting presentation at tile 'Yackandandah .State School. It appears that prior to. the Glosiiig of the school in December 1SS9 Vr Jessop,' a prominent member of the Bokrd of Advice, promised- a silver teapot to the boy -or ? girl who .made j .iJi/i beef. ISfK};— Mr Hayward, the head teacher, in his introductory remarks referred to this fact. Heu observed that the object for which this -prize had- been offered had been attained to a degree far beyond expectations, for instead of one claimant to the prize there were no less than eight ; and further they had all attended the possible' number of days during ~ the year. This fact had placed himself and the donor in a predicament, for it could not be expected that eight silver tea pots could be provided, when one was offered. Prior to the holidays the matter .was referred to the eight scholars, as to whether they would draw for the prize or divide the prize, that was, ...

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Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with opinions expressed by correspondents.] COMMONS. (To the Editor of the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 24 January 1891

Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with opinions expressed by correspondents.] COMMONS. (To the Editor of the Times.) Sir, — In your last issue, there is a letter headed as above and signed ' Householder.' He wants to know if the 900 cattle men tioned iu my letter as running on the Comtnon are ? paid for. . I can -inform him that the number is taken from thfe Register Book, which. he can see at Mr Smart's. He goes on to say that the Common is used tor fattening cattle for market. I think the man who talks of fattening: stock on a Common must be a little off his balance. The privilege of running stock is too well appreciated to allow the grass to get long enough for that. 'Householder' care fully avoids tine of the strongest objections ' to leasing the Common, namely, the tim ber, and while on the subject I may state that some of the farmers even now come on to the common for fencing timber; and it will not be long before they: have to come for firewood. ,. Again, be says ...

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THE GOLD RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 24 January 1891

The Gold Returns. It must be unsatisfac tory to the mining com munity to find that the gold statistics, some thing like the; agricultural statistics, are not reliable. We have a highly paid service for the purpose of giv ing commercial men an idea of the trade of the 'colony in general, and after all it appears to be a fiasco. According to the Sandhurst corres pondent of the Age some very serious errors have been -made in that district. He wr ites on Friday : — ' In this morning's ' Age,' particulars were given of the Mining department's estimates of the J gold production for the year, the total yield showing a falling off. According to figures there. ..given, the department credits the Sandhurst district with a portion of the falling off, but their figures -are shown by tber records kept by the press to be entirely misleading. Sand hurst and Eaglehawk alone producing more gold than the department shows for the whole of the Sandhurst mining district, which includes Rushworth, Heathc...

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A Peculiar Embezzlement Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 24 January 1891

A Peculiar Embezzlement Case. ? :o: ? Detectives Ward and Macmaaamy on Wednesday arrested a man named Howard Arundel, 31 years of age, on warrant, on information sworn by Mr. J. M. Campbell, of the firm of Messrs. Davies, Oampbell and Davies, solici tors, Collins-street. In the informa tion Arundel is charsred with embez zling £671 15s, bui~~as to how this was accomplished the firm is very reticent. For some time Arundel has been well knowa in a certain class of well to do society, and appeared to have ample means at his disposal. It was also understood that he was pos sessed of considerable ' freehold pro perty, and his arrest was a great sur prise to his many friends. For some L month 5 it was rumored that his re lations with t-hs firm were somewhat strained, but his employers replied to any inquiries made that there was nothing that could well receive pub licity. Arundel- was employed as head conveyancing clerk, and it is now alleged that he did not deal pro perly with moneys tha...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 24 January 1891

Local and General. t Departure.— r We are informed that Mr? S. P. Jessop, an old resident of tine district, andweinight .add .successful .manager. and. - 'proprietor of the Kirby's Flat Sluicing claim, is about to take-his departure from us. Two or Jihfee dbon^hs ^o/Mr Jessop was entrusted with the responsible duty of reporting and advising upon a claim in New South Wales on behalf of a Mel bourne syndicate. His advice and report thereupon seems to have been of a valuable nature, At any rate another company in the Shoalhaven district have become so impressed with Mr . Jessop's abilities as a mauager, and his knowledge of hydraulic sluicing that they have offered him the position of manager of two of their claims, at a high salary. Although Mr Jessop has business ties in Yackandandah, and a good claim, the inducements were so good that lip dwidpid to .accent the. offer- Whilgt regretting' Mr Jessop s departure, the resi dents of the district will be pleased to learn that the appointm...

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Yackandandah police Court. MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 1891. fore Mr. Rowan, P.m., and Mr. J. Dolphin, J.P.)DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 24 January 1891

c™rt I ««.»-, J'''' 19- l891' ' : ,i. Rowan, P.M., and Ml. orE jiColplim, J.P.) ; . DEBT. . . ITC. Riddmgton v- P. H. Sum 3 appea1-alice of eithe? Parfcy v. H. Dorman, money gs gd. Plaintiff stated that ' were batching together, and , irking at Mr Haig's mill. , had agreed to pay tne mils '^about; be paid for the meat as account produced, and defendant thei-eafter. — Defendant denied flje had ordered plaintiff to pro t]ie goods. — An order was made the amount and 5s costs, p Calder v. Ah Foon, goods sup ,d £ll Ss 9d. — Mr Calder deposed ? \ Lg correctness of the account, and j , sa]e and delivery of goods. — Ah j on stated that the goods had been i two years ago, and his wife died j |r about 6 weeks ago ; he had riot en asked for it while his wife lived, ^ ]ie thought she had paid it. — ainriff stated that he had furnished ?mints. and had stopped defendant's dit some time ago ; defendant ew that he owed the money when p wife was :uive ; he carried away good many of the goods himself...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 24 January 1891

In Memoriam. In loving remembrance of our Dear Father, JOSEPH NICHOL, who departed this life at Gap Flat on January 26th, 1890. Oh for the touch of a vanished hand, And the voice of a form that is still. — Inserted by his loving children, J. and . E. Jamison. The Yackandandah Times PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. ( With Supplement .) SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1891.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891

jQl Reward. QTRAYED fom Hdim Lane afemt O; montiiBligo a LING FILLY (pretty well bred) ; not ' branded:/- 'Xf{ r jd' STEPHEN BEATTYv t . Hnon Lane. ;..-t Mr. terry, (Of Tuthill, Gboghah A Psbby), : Beechworth. \\f ILL visit- Yackandandah on the » » dates appointed by the Police Magistrate for his attendance at the. Yackandandah Court. - Next visit — MONDAY, February '2. Mr Perby- may be consulted at the Waterloo Hotel.! PUBLIC NOTICE. OWING to negotiations for disposing - of my business, not having been com pleted, I beg to notify that the business will be carried on as heretofore, underthe same principle, viz. — O _A. S H The motto - being, ; * Small Profits and Quick Returns. ' I desire to thank everybody for past favors, and at the same time to solicit a continuance thereof . W. CALDER, Cash Store, Yackandandah. Yackandandah Tannery. Cunningham AND Colville, 3? BOPBIETOBS Hides, sons, tallow & horse HAIR BOUGHT. All Classes of Leather Dressed. IS* To Saddlers and Bootmake...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891

General News . Police Magistrate O'Meara is determined to stamp out the use of obscene language in public places. A youth was last week fined £3 and £5, respectively, on two charges. The ? PjM. said if this , did not have the desired effect he would inflict a fine of £10 in the future. ; A' child named Stokes, died . in Sandhurst on Sunday from eating unripe fruit, this being the second case of the kind reported within a week or two. A terrible ' blizzard ' has occurred in the south of Russia. The town of Kharkhoff has been completely isolated by the snowfall. Several villages have been buried in the j snow, and miles of railway have been j blocked. Many persons are reported | to have lost their lives. Mr. W. B. ChafEey intends going to. England with a view of encourag ing persons to emigrate t-5 the irriga tion colonies, _and especially to ad vance the interests of the Renmark colony. -The Minister of Lands has decided that the block held by the Irrigation Estates Company in the ma...

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A New Route to the Mount Wills Mines. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891

A New Route to the Mount Wills Minxes. Since the opening up of the Mount Wills tin mines the question of road accomodation has received a large amount of attention from residents there and at Bright. The mines are 105 miles from Baimsdale via Omeo, and 100 miles from Bright by the same route. Some residents held the opinion that another route could be opened up which would reduce the distance to something under 40 miles from Bright. Con stable Hayes, in charge of the Bright Station, was one of these and also Mr Thomas Robinson, jun. of Tawonga-. A party was organised and arrangements made to leave Bright on Thursday evening last Many were afraid that the task of reaching the mines could not be accomplished without great hard ship, and when the time tor starting came only three were prepared to go, namely, Messrs J. J. Hayes, Thomas Robinson and O. V. Briner. The -party- proceeded, to Upper Kiewa on Thursday night, and started next morning at 7 o'clock over Mount Bogong, thence down ...

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CRICKET. HILLSBOROUGH v. MYRTLEFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891

===Tr=*= HILLSBOROUGH :-v— MTRTLEFORD. [?] -NAsyery enjoy^ble^&nd Sclosely con-; tested game between the; Myrtleford and 'Hillsborough jCricket |D|ub8 on the ground of the former on the Visitors, wliiie^Milne did~10ppwisi- for the locals. Bigelow won ;the toss and . . sent his ' men to the wickets^ which were tery ttfeaicherons';^ -ikfad they were all (Imposed 6f for1 38' rnns, J. Finnie 15 being the only player who reachedi ddnble figured- Myrtle ford were all disposed ^of ; for 34, the highest scorer being Milne with 9. After a splendid luncheon prepared by Mr Carroll, Hillsborough went in and the last wicket fell for 62. G-. Wilberforce played a faultless innings for 29, and after hitting^ a 'leg lian from McAlpine .he was splendidly caught by Paul.' ^^Rre loctfls required 68 to win, but the last wicket fell amidst great excitement and plenty of 'barrack*^ for 61, Paul and Scott contributing $5 and Irrespec tively by good cricket. The following are the scores « Hillsboboc...

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