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Mining Nuggets. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891

Mining Nuggets. Mr F- Duncan, of Bright, has jusFfinished Tiis trial crushing of 54 tons of stone from 'his new find at Wandilig'ong for aretum of 163oz. of retorted gold. The reef appears to be permanent, as it is widening when driven npon, and is looking even | better than at first. Messrs Madison and Co., who have the adjoining claim, are also getting splendid store, their reef being from 3ft. to 4ft wide. They will put a crushing through this week. Boring operations are to be started below the Chiltern Valley with a yiew of getting' a suitable site on which, to erect maclimery. There is also talk of the Griand Junction Mine at Xmas Town being started shortly. Large gold crushing® are reported ^ from Kimberley. A trial crashing of 106 tons from the West and Left Leasehold, Ruby Creek, yielded 208oz ' of smelted gold, and 20 tons from Wilson's claim, on the same creek, yielded 45oz. The Mount Bradley claim has crashed 109oz. from 80 tons. The Minister of Mines has received from Mr...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891

Petty Sessions, j ':i sc 'j -,J The hiwej beenj made in the days for holding of PettylSfeslioiisintiie w. __ irip.wflr— First Wednesday in each ? 2NSS!fca v^r^&R^ayi ~,rjp '] Stanley—Second and fourth Tpjes-j Monday at 11 &.in. ?

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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Band of Hope Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891

Bane I Sfoial. The first social held.iii connection with the Yackandandah ^and9 of ^Sopa 'on' the 16th inst. 'waeciesBf Th®, -^ ff-°d, aU the available ~«eate bilMng - Mettpied,^-^uid the Fpr^Aome tipethe.»oc»l^ad.bean talked' about, nnd 5t Wais generafiyl%ij)ected tbit^ there would bei lai^e ffathering, but ihe success that , attended the eiffoiib of1 the committee was beyond their anticipations. The Rer. J. H. Tredinnick occupied the chair, aind the Rev. Osbom, of Beechworth, was also present. The ; programme was opened by Mi»s Beatty withjan overture upon the piano, which was 'very nicely rendered. After prayer the choir gave a temperance chorus. The chairman's re markBf olio wed, bnt, although to the. point, were brief, on account, of the lengthened programme. Miss Nette save a song, in her usual good, style, and Master Golvflle followed with a recitation. Mr. E. Ferris next gave a solo on the flute. A dialogue, ' Doctor Quack,' between several of the members took well. The less...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891

], i itoiices. - ^The^f oU§vving are ihfel|OTyioe arrange ments in connection with — -fche'aifferent denominations for Sunday next:— CHURCH of ENGLAND. Yackandandah, 11 a.m and 7 p.ui Allan's Fiat, 3 p.m.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891

II The latest advices from Chili J NW that, the situation is daily l-ecomiug more serious. , Di^fcnr- j j bailees have broken ont in Val- j jparaiso, where the gun-shops have j Wn sacked by the insurgents. The j roreign residents have, however, not j been harmed. It is believed that ^ ?,iiess President Balmac^da '??esisrns ; whole of the army Wtll side with the insurgents.

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WESLEYAN CHURCH REV. TREDINNICK [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891

~ WESLEYAN dsUBCS '''' jOo tyc[o3 si -JiffiStM, ,««? . Buffalo River. 3 p.m. ?' - ' ~ ' .::r' Myrtleford, 7 p.m. 1 !^I^I^TJ3RIAN ppr ^CH|. . Y^ackandan§ah'7'7 A.£H. Mtjore^ B &J-r Kergunyahjftli a.m.-VAi. H- M^ooi'e- B)jA

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

GAZETTE. I Pablieand hank holidays. — Wednesday, ?be 4th February, and Thursday, the 12th Blarch, at Tallangatta. I Mining leases declared void. — M. Pea B»ckand others, 64a lr 26p, Dry Forest IB Mining; leases, etc.. awaiting execution. — W. A. Wallace, 39a 2r I6p. Yackandandah. 1 Grazing areas available. — Allot. 12a, BOa, Relvoir West, Bogonp, formerly ap plied for by James Xiong ; 40, 980a, Gun Bowring, Boson a, held under section 119 fc.A. 1884, by John Arundel, i Licenses under the Land Acts 1884 Revoked or declared void. — Albert Wal Paf?. 8a, Mnrmunpee. I Renewal of licenses approved. — W. H. podgens, 20a, Murmungee ; Isabella M'K. Podpens, 20a, Murninngee ; Thomas j lOtlrey, 20a, Miirinungee ; Ellen Otlrey, POa, Murmungee; John Packer, 20a, patongra ; Frederick Wells, 20a, Mur I Renewal of licenses under section 49 of I' The Land Act 1869' approved. — J. H. Pollock, 20a, Tangambalanpa ; Thomas j P- Carthew. 12a. Barwidgee ; Adeline ?Forbes, 9a 3r 37p. Frefeburgh ; Jno. Hors...

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Commercial. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891

.. ir' ' -; : MELBOURNE i LTtTE . .. . . . MARKET. * V ii,Y\ s 1 :V\Vi -.- l* -it* r t 4.,. , ^ ** * * ' f' s FatL^ws.— 8,1)00 yere^penueii. - Grood . to prime; qualities -verfe largely represented, and for such late rates were with a diffi- - culty maintained- 'wbils iniddliiig and' inferior sorts ,met ;a dragging sale,, and. iprices ruled slightly lowerj. Prime sold at : from 8s 6d to lOs ; a few extra to 10s Gd ' Good soldi at; fro in 6s 6d to 8s ; middling; and inferior from '3s 6d. ' * Fat Sheep. — 26,000 -yarded. The bulk of thejsugpl^ .Waged from., middling; ,to good qualities? 'For test desCripttonV- tbe demaud was dnll fat about former rates, while sales of other sorts were difficult' to effect at -quotatations. - Prime ; crossbred wethers from lis to 12s, a rew extr^ to 13s, prime crossbred ewes from 9s 6d to 10s fid, a few extra -to lis 6d, prime merino wethers from 9s, fid to 10s 6d, a few extra to lis, good merilio wethers from 8s to 9s, middling and inferior ;trom . , ...

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Albury Border Trade. Albury, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891

I AJbnrif Border Trade. ? Alhnrv. Thursday. IAn intere»tin« return Ins been com le3 from the hooks of the Customs de irtmrnt here, indicating: the comparative ;ports and imports through the port of Iburv for the years 1889 and 1890. Very r»e incrfasps ttre shown to have taken aw in the exnnrt of stork. The figures ierwise-l in vuliifs are: — Cattle, ?£227.023 ; WW. £3 571. ; and sheep. £90.098. 'here was also a large increase in the -no! exported dnrin«r 1890. The values ein*r : — For otpssv for 1889, £378.168 ; it ]RftO, £436.465. or an increase of '58,297. The export of washed wool Iwwed an increase of £9,915 in 1889. )nly 221 cases of frnit were sent to Vic oria overland. The numher last year ras 60.734. The principal decreases were i tVe export of pijrs anil poultry, but all ther lines show a marked increase. On Iip otlier hand the imports of 1890 enm iam1 with those of 18 Aw a decrease fLl 04,306. The principal items for these ecreases are : — Bnt+er, L301 : carriages, j865 : f...

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THE WHEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891

THE WHEAT MARKET More tonnage has 'been secured for Mel bourne than was at one time expected, in consequence of ,a;: cornering, operation ;.ia j wheat at Adelaide causing charterers with all options to give the preference to this port. In. the aggregate «he shipment of a c msider able quantify iof wheat has been arranged for, and iu: all. cases, the supplies requLed bave'beeri Secured . ' The m arket is il eeideilly easier now, and 3s 6d f.o.b., has been accepted for shipping parcels while 3-* 6 id. has , been obtained for others. The latter price is not, however easy to obtain. The business transacted privately includes some good medium wheat at 3s 5dexst )-e. The market is affected by the high rate ruling f--r tonnage, now way 35*, the lowest quotations from London for forward cargoes, and . the large supplies ? now coming .forward . ;The offerings »-i wlieat s-t the grui'j auctiba , s:tles comprised 2,147 bags, of which 1,^294 I bags were sold. Of off milling, 73 b -gs lealized 3...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tawanga. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891

[?] 1 sW oocnp?' the mM$asi% _f ft «re»t anany of the resi- j m^l this |,K»li-T,»HhonghTMtMllg !«^orhIixtg nature lias yet been 12s Lord, Briggs, And Sloaai orrtied a new Teef Jf»ar lTtpn'ffh^, ^ bottom «f stlie The find promises to be a 'very' The party first cmt the '^the creek, and sank a.' shaft *1 very little gold was obtained, trench was ^en cnt a^°nt 30 farther south, where the reef! struck, hut with very little ' top. A» they went down, er it improved. The shaft is about 20 feet, and the reef, is about 2 feet wide, gives ^isv^y little to report with to the other claims, ker and Robson are still en at their claim, and are getting rold. Upwards of forty tons rison and party are also getting season has been the wettest re. had for rears, and the crops nonth later than usual. second mob of Queensland cs passed through here last n ronte to Gippsland : J. Bell i^e. The other mob passed h on Christmas Day. The its here are not very pleased at tie coming this way, as they lid of the...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891

Auctions. : SALE OF FURNITURE. Wednesday, Fefe^|gS^.; ? At 12 o'clocfcuV ^ TA. KNAGGS under instructions , from Mb Hendj miLeg|L -on.40^ above date — * V' ' .%? POUR-ROOMED COTTAGE and jCom modious Kitchen, Splendid $jarden well planted with fruit trees. '* Piano (by Boj^.-jr^ -Tables, 3 Sofas, 3 Doublte ~iBeds^eads', 2 ! Single choice Chairs, 6 Cane Chairs, Car pets, Kitchen Utensils, and other aFttetefr-too -numero us to mention. TERMS -AT SALE. „ r. ? ap *„Q ; Sale of Working Bullocks. l — ^ t ? If FRIDAY- 6th FEBRUARY.! DougMM^M cPaMe^ HAVE for sale several TEAMS of WORKING BULLOCKS, one of which they^wiUsfell by 'auction at- Wodonga; on above date. Wodonga Horse Sale. r;r»rrii^uu; ' -l :? . -? THTjI^^.-FlUgDAY & SA^tJftDAY, J,Ii9tb, 20th, and 21st M^ch. '1; ? Dougharty 5. Parker ^And.C. L. Griffith and Co.) WILL hold their March Saler.-of HORSES at Wodouga, on Thurs day, Friday, and Saturday.: i9th, 20th, and 21st March. Earl}- entries requested. ; T. A. Knaggs, AUCTION...

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

|1| WATERLOO HOTEL, (OPPOSITE THK POST OFFICE.) *19 BIGH s™®1, YACKANDANDAH. nTD ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL HOUSE. Um Frank Entra - Proprietor. -nEGS to return thanks & jbe Bubiur tiotuS H generally for support accorded him m j!r past and hopes by strict attention to SB &eir requirements to receive a fair measure eIsupport- ? ? FVERY accommodation for ' VISITORS AND FAMILIES. A First-class Cuisine Guaranteed. Only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Shi Spirits kept. SjS First-class Sample Room Bath, &c. jgjB Superior Alcock's Billiard Table. 'flj Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND LOWE'S COACHES. J STAB HOTEL, YACKANDANDAH. ^1 P. McDermott - Proprietor, *'? TV ES IRES to intimate to his numeronf I JJ ' friends of Yackandandah and publi- , ? generally, that be has taken the above well '']? known hostelry, and trusts by strict atten ?hifl tion to the requirements of bis patrons t- receive a fair share of support. First-class Accommodati...

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COUNTY COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891

COUNTY COURTS. The following are fthe County Court: fix tures : — Yackandandah — Wednesday, Feb. 11. 4 Last day for issuing and serving sum-' Y jHonses-rFnday, 23rd January, . Special summonses must be filed within ; five days after i-ervice. Last day iof filing ordinary summonses — Saturdav, 3 let January. Last day f--r filing notice of defence and. for payment into Court. — Thursday, 5th 22. Beecli worth — Thursday, February 12, A ? -f'j Courts of Mines will be held on the; same plates as appointed for holding Ofranty Sti^iuJtSiF^ ;-Vy U JiliiMMAQWxI: I - ..

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POLICE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891

POLICE COURTS. The following are Mr Rowan's appoint ments at the undermentioned GourtsJ dur ing the year. lie will also attend Addi tional days when practicable-: — f YACKANDANDAH — Mondays, 11 f f o'dpckon 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.n». rbn February 10, April 7, June 9,. Aug. '4, October fi, December -JB. s-'l . KIEWA — Wednesdays, 2 p.m., on Feb. 4, April 1, June 3, Angust, 5, October 7, December 9. Me. PERRY,..„of Beechworth, will visit Yackandandah, on the dates appointed by the Police Court Magistrate. ;

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891

The Alta Califoxnia states that there has been formed recently in Chicago a canning company, of which the stockholders and directots are all women. Its process is patented by the president of the company, Miss Amanda T. Jones. It is for the pre servation of fruits, meats, cornmeal, and other edible substances in their natural state without cooking. It has been tried on nearly everything, from strawberries t-s tapioca pudding and cornmeal mush, and with com plete success. Eveh oysters have been kept for months perfectly fiesh, uncooked, in cans. This is accom plished-by using a vacuum can aud conducting the whole process in a vacuum. This vacuum, in which the material is prepared and canned, is secured in a cylinder from which the air is forced by steam under high pressure, which is afterwards '? con densed by jets of cold water. Another cylinder containing ,the articles to be canned is connected with the vacuum ?cylinder, thereby rarefying the air in the secohd cylinder. ? This conn...

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Tallangatta Weights. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891

Tallangatta Weights. Appended are the weights allotted I by Mr. F. F. Dakin, of the metro polis, who was appointed handieappcr to the club, in the room of Air. J . Sutherland, resigned : — Benahbka Handicap. st. lb. Hardy's Plausible. ... ,8 13 Lake's Target ... ... ts 6 Peppard's First Dawn 8 3 Sutherland's Glenloth 8 3 Gal vin's Ophelia ... 8 1 Hales' Oamden . . . ... 7 13 St-apleion's Mare Peth ... 7 S ? Ring wood s Cracker ... 7 4 ? Ringwood s Delhi ... 7 4 Scales' Deceiver ... 7 4 Waters' Solon ... ... 7 3 Paton Bros.' Mabel ... 7 1 Whitehead's Brownlock 6 7 - Pobligax's Purse. Hardy's Plausible. ... 9 0 Lake's Target ??? ., ... 8 8 Sutherland's Glenloth '... 8 6 Thwaite's Buzzard: ... 8 4 Peppard's First- Dawn... 8 ' 4 GTal vin's Ophelia ? ... 8 3 Hales' Camden ... ... 8 0 * Ringwoods Delhi ... 7 6 i Ringwood's tracker ... 7 6 I Waters* Solon ... ... 7 4 ] Peacock's Tickle ... 7 0 j Whitehead's J5 ... 6 8 Whitehead's Brownlock 6 8 , . . Hurdle Race. ~ - ©r^Thwaite's Buzzard/. ...

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

Egyptian Eve Salve is the ' only cer tain remedy for Sandy Blight and all diseases of the eyes or eyelids. It is pre pared from a plant growing nearihe great desert , of Egypt, and being a ^vegetable preparation it possesses soothin g and heal ing powers different from all other oint ments. All sufferers are recommended to try it, as it never fails in workiug a spetdy and complete cure, and testimonials telling of its miraculous properties have been re ceived from all parts of the world. The genuine is protec|ed= by- a. Black. Pyramid Trade Mark,- ariil'is tiow'obtainabie »oJf all chemists in Australia at 2s 6d per box. Agent for Yackandandah, M. S. ROME. — Advt. ? f t

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

Local ami General . ? — :n: ? — ' ' Fourth Page.-^Oo our fourth ^paige will be found and article on Fruit-dryingj and ether interesting matter. Tenders. — Messrs Gordon and Gordon, of A I bury and Wodonga, invite tenders for consttuction of shire officfes at Tallan gatta. Capture of a Snake.— A tiger snake was captured at Mr Meu rant's shop on Saturday afternoon by Mr. : MeuraDt, and Mr M. Rome, jun. After a great deal of manoeuvring, during which the reptile was very savage, it was persuaded to go into a tin. It was then taken to Dr Mneller, who deposited it in a cage, and proposes making experiments therewith. Athen^um.- — The monthly meetirig of the committee of the above was held on Monday evening, the vice-president, Mr M. E. Clune, being in the chair. T lie re were present — Messrs Haig, Calder, Du.n stan, Cole, Welshman, Capper and Moly neux {hoa. sec.) The secretary reported : receipts for thel month, L7 9s. Accounts j amounting to L17 odd wefe passed for pay- j tne~n£ ' The...

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Fatal Midnight Brawl. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891

Fatal Midnight Brawl. A young man named Charles Cameron, 25 years of age, living in Cecil-street South Melbourne, a letter-carrier in .the General Post Office, was found onMonday night lying insensible in the street by Constable Cain, who removed him to the Mel bourne Hospital, where he was found fi|| to be dead. As far as is known at f| present the man received his injuries m in an . affray with some larrikin^ with whom the letter-carrier- had a ffji fight. He is said to have been kicked || on the ground, and he had received a H terrible cut by a fall. A man named IS Butler has been arrested on a charge S of drunkenness, who issupposed to have §| some knowledge of the case. It is ra thought that arrests will take place $| shortly. B Three men named 'Richard Butler, 11 Charles Redmond, aud Henry Poole || were on Tuesday arrested and i| charged ^vith murder. h The post mortem disclosed the fact that death resulted from acci dental suffocation. This was due to the fact that Cameron ha...

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