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MURDER AT CLIFTON HILL [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891
MURDER* AT CLIFTON SILL ? :o ? A brutal murder was committed in Darling Gardens, Clifton Hill, about 11.30 on Sunday night, the victim being a young woman named Stella Lousia Marks, a servant 22 years of age, and the perpetrator of the crime a young man named John Wilson, a tram conductor, aged 27. It appears that at the time mentioned approaching, ^ldiiightf ..Marks was in Wilson's company ~iii *%he^lDarling Grardens. Wilson accused the girl off having.' been in the company of sojne piih^r^ouutjg! ^p*f^dtf3iis|led to quarrel,' when' tlie tnau di*evr a razor, and slashed it across the unfortunate '^voman's throat, inflict ing a .terrible wound} ahd almost severing the head from the body; The murderer then hurried awayi. The couple were sitting on some water pipes when the occurrence took place, but the victim got up and staggered for about 15 yards, when she. fell. She was -.seen to fall by a ^ iian . William- S|ran, a labourer, who hurried to the spot and found the woman lying in a...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891
The Albion Hotel, at Eldorado, jiear Wangaratta, . licensed, by Mr. H. Martell, was destroyed -by fire early on.Tuesday morning. -The' building, which ji^as pf fweather board «und two sfpries high, was erected f 25 'ffieakd^go^'w:: EJi^prifcdo's s^etter » d^ys7 he „ licensee^, tim his. daughter 'had a ^narrotv escape, hav ing just had tinib to get clear of; the. bml^di^g 'when this roof-fell ii|.! The^ hotel was owned frr Messrs.'- John', The ongih wa& no.in^ir^n^b'; onvthei contgiits of. the bmldiiig, bnt it * is «Lot '-knq'wrn whether the prenmes ' ; ; At f Albury vthe you^g JLoeusfes are increasing at a. great rate and doing much damage . .anumgst the grass whieh-3ia®r spi-nng ; iig^inGe^ihe late duri^'^e^ x which -KX}upies^on±.S0 dayfeP:,iEteports frorii' Uj^na^ - Jteriliderjej Parangaline 1 BeffSgaii? and «other-3 places bo^erMg5oin tfeefplam districts state that i-ioiiig' cofifeiderable damage. ' ' 1
LONDON MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891
London Market:-1 - The quantity of wheat afloat for the United r Kingdom is .. 1,6.^.1,000 quarters', being 74,^00 qiiar-«rs - more than last- week. . , _ . . ^ Australia^ whes^t,' per 496 lb., ex warehouse, 3Bs . to 39s ; do. do., off coast cargoes*, per 480 lb., c.'f. 'i'./.37s to 38s. Best Australian flour, per 280 lb., ex store, 27s 6d to 28s. Boiled Australian rabbits, best brands 5|d per lb. Basils common to fair, Is ; -and. -dp, strained, best Is 3|d per lb! Leather, best sides,'1 unchanged.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891
I hojMo iii nUiiii^nA ui I -oTQfifo amrTodfatfi i !?- ei/j3T 09 ed& .arrol W 'WifcniasnSs'CBiiBaT : '?? ' h,n nr ifc-.vTurT^ a tew AoufoH h-iM tuys , allraulfe e^Im^iverina.^d eveiy muiitii, aud W ^siroMi m1 -uirdfef.oiri^'I -ri/J i ;; r! : bovaHgd ?,] ;1 j.)9'iotfl9 Oift TJf^l - 'Mtm? oodTTAiiD,®®^ ^ntue '*n' 2 ; iCf&iy— June;: 'T -.ill ot wkCrfjA! V vVilGixA ; . — Af j i z^ i ?.iHUrtfeSoMt ^«eL.! ..^.n on Jfaaaya, loon J .nuar^— Utb. !y-xn u prefene i & ' Aireeiii6lit' ^ Giveii wHich piovid.es tuat No ftCuSC ; is iucurred ?: : ? ? ? .r f. Read1 tke ^following SvV^OtliS j OEti.TlE'i s j^ATErf,; ;fv; ?; , , . ? .- ; A Few xixoasaJid. Al6rc. ' 'l\ , Bin'ierfkian-sti^et, ? ^ Ojo'ober30, 1888 MR H. Iii, KUvjELiMANi^, 0 -nsUit- iug Ecletlc/, 172-174 ^ lie/ Dear $ir,— i'eoiialJbr & asdityUo'&tflfer- iue liu uariity td al-i iny te^tiuioiiy to your ability .iR^ipftMstn^iy. fclektiugfejirodic 4isea^,.fii^5frtii,ye-Trs ago I biecaait i W h^itaui^, aud ...
THE WHEAT HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891
Thj& Wheat Harvest. Harvesting opera tions are; in -full swing all over the colony, whilst in a few districts stripping has been com pleted. The Metropolitan weeklies are outvying each other as to which will give the* nearest- estimate to the yield. The ' Australasian ' describes it as a ' Champion Yield,' for the estimated average over the whole of tlie colony beats the Victorian record since wheat-growing has been made the principal industry of the farmer. The year throughout has been favor able to the wheat-grower, there being comparatively little rust, or any of the other diseases that in previous years have .^generally damped the spirits of the farmer ' a few weeks befbi'e harvest. In the Wimmera the returns are good all round, and the once despised mallee land has ex clipsed the expectations of everybody. A few years ago cropping was cai-ried on to a small extent, and good yields were obtained. But a draw-back to the yalae of the produce was the un mistakable eucalyptu...
DR. KING [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891
[?] TOtRTf, iJfttiiX1 nooH^. mOTTiXO TfiiUiSj lewir 'the direction of drying. Mr Mje^Qji,,! of DunaffyS,1 'leVSfJ'- T^I^IlSffes a large j *&£* Apples, apricots, prunes, figb, &c., ami—finds them profitable and sale&jbte *f ^ In Americ^ Evaporating fiiacnitres are em^toyedlbftt yAjud&m deal of drying is done without arti ficial means, sttn'jjSty1 - :1S^ ^xp osure to tiswlQflsprtje ^ F'±%*lfl9 tfohlT-tih u f. 2 *3 1: 1 -Th.ere is, a, contention in California as tt)iJ wWet^ef ^Wifc&Wed^ xf £6 iix;^r artificially-evaporated- fruit is the ?nfttii -3 WlVnliVKr-TOP. aild liOIOV^lBSLltel:. able. The evaporator&'aCQBfcenfljihaS? tbe prqce§sT;of drying 'by —artificial - evaporation-^ isC^6i.quie£i|r9&t4S[ that very little cliemieal- change takes jSSbe 'iiii -the fruit;. 'eKfce^t'.] ibl^aK th'H HMiisture is goiitei' «iid^a? portionVfr tit A :^'uik-^,arcli: is sugar ; ' so that lies£ s&g&r SS ^itl&tesfBaW7 in cookin...
Railway Time Table. FROM MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891
Railway Time Table. ' FROM MELBOtnafE. ' 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 - * 12.48 9.51 9.46 Ghilterri.; ... : 1.6 10. 1 1 i.- — Batna\vart3ia K. , l'.16_ 10.25 - — Wodonga .j,. ' 1.40 10.50 10.23 Alburj: 4-jp0 11.10 10.48 ,-r.. - a.in. a.m. .a.m., SydrieyJ arr^ - ... - 6.0 . ? 6.33 11.40 , TO MELBOURNE. ;/?; a.m. a.m.; ja.m. Sydney, dep.-^- . 5.15 — 9 0 Albury (Syd. time) 6.10 ~ 6.50 2.15 Wodonga., _-_ . ? _.„.. 5.53 6.35 2.0 ?n i 'I _ It t i n a : .jt^aiyiawai'cia ... — ^.u Cliiltera ' ... '. V ... * ' 7:30' 3.16 Springs ... 7.50 7.50 3.36' /^aaigaratta ..v . 6.57. 8.19. 4.7 Seyinour-. . ._9.27. . 11150 7.38 Melbourne,- ar— 11.16 2.32 ' 9.43 ? '; ifY fiTBEPOBD TO EVE RTO^. 1 ??' ? ? - ' 1 ' ! ' ' - . i - r ? am. p.m. Myi'tieford, dep — 5.18 2:25 Palmerston r 5-31 ; 2;38 Bo%^ar?s'Ebrest ... ? 5.44 2^51 1 Eveiton, ar — ... 6.8 3.15 .. WODONGA TO BOLGA. ' * . . a.m. a.m. p.m. Wodongaj dep — , : 6.20 ' 1...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 31 January 1891
In Memoriam. NICHOL. — In sad and loving memory of my dear husband JOSEPH NICHOL, who died at his residence, "Fair View," Gap Flat, January 26th, 1890; aged 61 years. &nbsp; "Gone, but not forgotten." Dearest husband, thou hast left me, I, thy loss, must deeply feel; But, 'tis God, who hath bereft me, He can all my sorrows heal. Though cast down, I'm not forsaken, Though afflicted, not alone ; Thou did'st give, and thou hast taken, Blessed Lord, Thy will be done. — Inserted by his loving wife — MARY NICHOL. &nbsp; NICHOL. — In fond and loving remem- brance of our dear father, JOSEPH NICHOL, who sweely passed away on &nbsp; &nbsp; 26th ' January, 1890, at "Fair View" &nbsp; Gap Flat. "Though lost to sight, to memory &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ever dear." &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &n...
Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891
Interesting Items. The sandwich men of London are esti mated to number 15,000. : The population of the earth doubles in 260 yeais. ' ?.. ; In KJ16 there ; were only 350 . English people .in North America. i Art average of 1000 purs are eaten in Lon don daily. , The Montreal Knights of Labor have ' passed a resolution condemning any attempt to reduce the age of child labor in factories from 14 to 12. There are at present about 125.000 Jews in the Hussion army. This number includes the 46,000 Jewish conscripts drawn last spring. It is the unmarried lady who caa give her sisters points on the art of how to manage a husband. Germany boasts the healthiest army in Europe. Belgium is second best, and Eng land comes in third. Never use the first water that comes from the tap. It has been in a lead or iron pipe all night, and is not healthful. One of Mr. Jay Gould's whims is to con stantly refuse to attend the roarts as a jury man when summoned. For this little idiosyncrasy he is said to pay...
Wronged and Righted [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891
mrnmsm y'A- t- ' How beautiful Jalia Jiissette looks to night'' , ? ? - ?. Theywereaiifeing'togetheratcbessjijizzie Burns and her bandsome-pousin fenn -Sod- Irey, while beybnd the curtaihfed bay window which sheliered their retreat, the parlors of the noble mansion were all in a glow of light and jewels. ^ . Lizzie was a pretty little creature, with .fair hair, and a uink .and white comolexion. as perfect and erpiessionless as a wax doll, while Fenn wss dark and strikingly handsome. . ; Even as Bhe spoke, Lizzie's hand quivered a little, and her sleeve upset half a dozen chtssmen. - ' There they go,'' laughed Fenn. 'Never mind, Lizzie; you had very nearly con quered me, and we'll consider it a victory . on your part. I don't iike chess just now. See, Miss Bissette is passing again.' ' Yes,' said Lizzie, wttb resented the least admiration of Buy bther lady on her cousin's part. *' She's a very stylish looking girl, only I don't fancy her gypsy sort of beauty, and—' She stopped short,...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891
?? -- ? A---; -cf cucamstantial evidence arose In the several years ^ oommittedinthe . moBt mysterious manner. - Ijto A.clae existed. ! r ^i^*M%are baffled. About the time the mnrder was committed, bowey^iaihahWas arrested for being drunk. He w&sioeked nn ia the usual manner : and in thb ordinary, rontine^his clothes were searched. Nothing bat half a theatre pro gramme w$s itoand on His person. In the me&nwtiile'i the doctor, upon making v an entopsy, 'found the wadding in the wound, [t proved -to be a pieee of a theatre pro gramme. The two pieces were matched. fcTbey fitteidv A. oonvlction was the resalt. Cheating 5?iie Conductor-—' Men on the road see a gpod deal of the mean side of human nature;' said the conductor.' ' I suppose yon think that all the people who try to beat tbeir fares are tramps, or very poor people, or old rounders trying to steal a ride. Bless yonr soul, you were never more mistaken in your life. Among tke people we have oh oar line who try to'...
Cooking Recipes. CELERY SALAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891
Cooking Recipes. CELERY SALAD. Cut the stalks of white celery into pieces hair an inch long. To every pint allow half a pint of mayonnaise dressing. Dust ttie celerv lightly with salt snd pepper, mix with xhe dressing aud heap on a coid dish, garnish with cilery liones. CU Hill ED POTATOES. Slice a goui sized onion and fry it with two ounces butter, cut up one pound boiled potatoes, put them into the fryingpan with the onion, dredge ihem well with curry powder, add quarter-pint gravy, a little salt, aud a squeeze ot lemon-juice. Shake the whole on the are for tea minutes and serve hot. CREAM CAKE. Cake : Oae cupful of Eugar, two eggs, four tablespoonfuis of water or milk, one cup flour, i/ne heaping teaspcoi baking powder. Tuis makes turee layers. Cream : Three-quarters cup'milk, one-half cup sugar, one taolespoonfui corn starch. Season to suit your taste and put together wheu cold. P 11 ESS ED CHICKEN. The day before it is needed, boil the chicken till very tender, remove the bones...
Fires[?] Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891
[?] ? ;Tld^- e^f~iir^a'.!^liiP^^in||^m ? -; himself atittafbeadbf aUl£i^tion;s It 4s-| only . those that 'live for othera ihat :are j reverenced anal looked -up to i h this world.?] I came across thisstanzain th e.IVo ve rbs the - j ' other day., dw-SfflJsel.*^ quietness therewith, than a house fuilof.i 8«crificea wi th st ri fe*,'«and it . instantly made.; me think of a misfcake l am constautly mak-r' ing. Whenever I make a sacrifice I am sure to upset it by a long face, a complaint or, if ? not that, lath eo cross af towards that I de stroy any good that it might feave done me .or anyone else. The following little incident was told me by one ofthecollegeboysathpnie. When he left his home to attend college, bis . mother, in packing his trunk, put his Bible j (one that she bad given binv)' down at the j bottom wivh a pound note in it. She thought ! iu this way to find out whether 'or not be ; made a practice of reading it: Well, at tbe close of school be returned home to spend ? the...
Railway Time Table. FROM MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891
Railway Time Table. PROM 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 Chiltern ... 1.6 10.11' — Barnawartha ... 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 MELBOUKXE. a.m. a.m. a.m- Sydney, dep.; — 5.15 — 9.0 Albnry (Syd. time) 6.10 6.50 2.15 Wodonga ... 5.53 6.35 2.0 Barna wartla ... — 7.14 3.0 Chiltern ... — 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 Melboui-ne, ar — 11.16 2.32 9.43 JtfVBTLEFORD TO EVERTOX. 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. i Wodonga, d.ep — 6.20 10.30 2.10 ] East Wodonga ... 6.35 10.45 2.20 Beihatiga 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 ? ... 8.10 12....
POLICE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891
POLICE COURTS. ] : The following are A£r Rowan's appoint- . ments at the undermentioned^ Courts dur ing the year. Hewillalso attend addi tional days when practicable \ - YACKANDANDAH Mondays, 11 o'clock jon February 2, | March 2,April 13 May 14, June 1, July 6, August 10„ September 7^ 0ctober 12, November 2, and December 14. ; ^ ^ MITTA MITTA.— Tuesdays, 9.30 a.m on February 10, April 7, Junfe 9, Aug 4, October 6, December 8. KIEWA— Wednesdays, 2 p.m., on Feb. j 4, April 1, June 3, August 5, October 7, ] December 9. _ j Mr. PERRY, of Beechworth, _ will visit Yackandandah, on the dates appointed j by the Police Court Magistrate. j
KISSING BY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891
HISSING- BY MAIL. The young postmaster of a country town j was hapi at work in his office, when a gentle | tap was heard upon the door, and in stepped a blushing maiden of 16, with s money order whieh»ehe desired cashed. She handed it, with a bashful smile, to the official, who, alter j closely examining it. gave hei the taaney it j called for. At the same time, he ssked her if she haa read what was written on the margin of the order. ? No, I h&Ye not,' she replied, 'for I can not make it out. Will you please read it for me?' The young man read as follows : 4 1 send yon 10s., and a dozen kisses.' Glaacing at the bashful girl, he said : 1 Now, I have paid you the money, and I suppose you want the kisEes.' « Yes ; if he has sent me any kisses, I want them, too,' she eaid. ' It is hardly necessary to say that the bal ance of the order was promptly paid, and in a scientific manner. On reaching home, the delighted' maiden remarked to her mothers ' Mother, this posfc-oluce eysteia...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891
WFXrJ—m va.- 1 i-.ii: iu; ? Special Medicat Notice^ Uris -r 1*1-;' jaiufl -id-mA liCHsaiMAps Of' 172 and 174 W^iLLU'M-s'CREaT Melbourne. , ; . in ordto diatallsuffe.^rs iu BiyeriiiJt aud Junee District ,inay , be able, to obtain the , ' benefit of Mil KUGELM ANN'S undoubted sk i, he f llp\riti- cusvas /egularly j evety mouth, aucl may be eon ulted j-er as u-ide.: ; ?. r ALBURY— (N;S.W.). — At~fche Globe H /fceL Hour« : 9 a.in. till I. jmu, only, un o*tnr -iays, 17'ii January — 14th .February — 4 Ma'icli— U tli Apai— 9th Aliy— 6 th . June. - COWRA (IST.-.W.). — At the Fitzr..y H »tel on : Wednesdays 14th January — 11th ' Febru *ry — 11th March— Sth April — 6tli M-iy-r3!-- Juue. COOTA iltJNDliA (.N-S.W.).— Ac the Albiou Hotel. H -urs: 9 a.«». P1'- Ou lhui-daySj l5th Janua.y— 12tu Feb uary— I2ch March— 9th April— 7th May — ithjune. WAGGA WAGGA (N.S. W.}.— At the Criterion HoteL Hours :1*J a.iu. till 5 p. 11. uu Fiifaya, 16th J «nua-y — 13th February— 13th March — lUth J April— Sth May ...
COUNTY COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891
COUNTY COURTS. The following axe the County Court fix tures ; — Yackandandah — Wednesday, Feb. 11. Last day for issuing and servmg sum monses—Friday, 23rd January, Special summonses must; be filed within five days after service. Last day for filing ordinary summonses — Saturday, 3 1st January. Last day for tilim; notice of defence and for payment into Court. — Thursday, 5th February. Wod'inga — Wedne-day, Aprii 22. Beechworth — Thursday, February 12. Courts of Mine* will be held on the same dates as appointed, for holding County Courts.
THEORY OF INSOMNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891
THEORY OF INSOMNIA, Ineomnia is most often found arcorg brain workers, whose brain activity caches the flo-v of too great an amount of blood to the head. The nerves controlling the contraction cf blood cslls through weariness fail to periOrm their duty, and a temporary passive conges tion is established, which effectually prevents sleeping the earlier part of the night. The victim should lie with the head raised very high with pillowe. Frequently the sufferer who has counted himself off into dreamland after hours cf misery is awakened toward morning cgain, and sleep seems more hopeless than tver. This awakening is due usually to the sudden and violent contracting of these malicious little nerves which fail io perform their duty in the early part of the nighs, and wakeful ness is caused by lack of blood in the brain. It requires strength to sleep, end this burning attack of wakefulness is usually relieved by a cup of beef tea, or a glass of fresh water may refresh you snd set the blo...