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The Fig Drying and Packing. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891

2%e FigHryitig anxl Packing. can r plfuit fig rtrees, aSa.ln time pmdnM -68B 7*4= . -W^tetable sJb^§f(i§o& i gdiffereiit r matter. THeifruit inmost saleable in a dried state; and 'to dry it and ? pack it ? pfbpeirty' require both skill and attention. : ^Galifornian ifc'uitrgi'owers have found -this i out M bitter experience. Thei'e w&i&a ^tiine in that counts':' 'vfti&l fruit-' .growers .. thought that 'ali; .thgy^ad to do to prepare figs for market 'was ±o 'gather the fruit when it' was - ripe, or pick it up. off the ground' ^then it fell, and spread it but ijd: )tli6~sun to dry to the consistency, of, chips 5 'then dump it iu to boxes, and send 'it to market as dried figs. It need scarcely be added that, consumers -'?could not not be found to buy this unsavory, weevily mess, and that such ventures resulted in a total loss io the producers. A few . pro ducers, however, pei -severed, and »have - succeeded iu producing a marketable article in fruit- Th...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891

Petty Sessions, The following alterations have been made in the days for holding Courts of Petty Sessions in the district : — Kiewa — First Wednesday in each month. Mitta Mitta — Every Tuesday Stanley — Second and fourth Tues day in each month. Yackandandah — Every Monday at 11 a.m.

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENGINEERS' SUPERSTITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891

E NGINEE RS' SUPERSTITIONS. The Piinnsylvfenla Rii Iro6a ? CompRny tfi'1 i ' be cGtnpslicd to abandon engine No: IB It!; ? new in use en the road. It is regarded by tha road men a3 unlucky. There is not aw engineer or fireman on the road thai has not, a superstitious dread of tbe hege monster that during the past year has figured in more disasters than any other. In the firti plac?. it plunged over the bridge at liStrofcn last summer, wrecking the whole train,. ant- killing tbe engineer, fireman and ten othsrr, and seriously injuring about a dozen more. About a month after ^ ward it collided with & train near Manor, seriously injuring the fireman, and wrecking a number of cars. Again, in a few weekB, while ascending the moantains.its boiler burst and the fireman was blown through the cab window and badly hurt. It was repaired, and all went well for eema time, when it again ran into a freight at Manor station, smashing ten or twelve cars and injuring the fireman. Lastly, whil...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891

Church Notices. The following are the service arrange ments in connection with the different denominations for Sunday next: — CHURCH of ENGLAND. Rev. T. J. Wbight. Kergunyah, 11 a.m Gundowring, 3 p.m Dederang, 7 p.m Yackandandah, 11 a.m — Mr Hay ward ? ? I

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ABOUT THE HEARTH. Appetising Breakfast Dishes. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891

ABOUT THE HEARTH. Appetising Breakfast Dishes. Hixi toast. — Chop the meat very fine, heat it on b battered spider with enough soup stock or water to make a paste ; add a little lemon juioe the last thi^jg, spread it evenly on slices of buttered toast. Cold tongue is delicious prepared in the same way. Any preparation of cold meats which are chopped can be made still more palatable by puuing mem into a pudding dish and cover ing the top an inch deep with the following : j Bsat tne white of an egg into nicely mashed j and seasoned potatoes ; spread evenly and moisten the top with whits cf egg, browning it nicely. Eggs in nearly all the ways in which they are cooked make excellent break fast dishes, and spring is the season when they are most relished. Ham, veal and lobster make delicious omelet, by simply chopping them fine and spreading a layer over the omelet befoie it is turned. Some people are very fond of a herb omelet, which is made by adding chopped parsley, sweet marjoram or ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WESLEYAN CHURCH REV. TREDINNICK [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891

WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. Tredihnick Yackandandah, 11 a.m and 7 p.m Staghora, 3 p.m ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A GOOD HATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891

A GOOD HATCH. * What temperature is best for an inquba- i tor?' ? v' * ' ? I would advise that the therrdbmeter fee ' kept S3 near 102 degrees as possiblti tbrocgVi- - cut entire hatch, believing thSLt .better ; results will be obtained than by baring it higher er-lqwer. The editor o£ one of the poultry papers recently stated (hat 90 de crees was the best, but I beg to .differ from him on that point. I have tried them both, thoroughly, and prefer & temperature of 102 degrees. * What causes an egg to break inaide the hen?' ' I am convinced that the trouble is caused by the hen jumping down from a high nest, and striking too heavily on the ground, by | being scared off the roost, and hurting herself by flying against the side of the house or windows. ? Will pure-bred White Leghorns sit?' Yes, they certainly will, and they make as good mothers as want. I do not claim that all Leghorns will sit; but;I have quite a number that did, and now I have a number covering eggs. I have he...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891

r; '.TiiEayoijs skin V Man's, b -dy, when 'tis Ptricken jpy disease, s So turely wiH the miod-be ill at ease.' j DR, FRED SOMAN, Licentiate Medical Baani of Vict jria, Lice'itiate oE :Physician-i au*J Siir geons, Gla gow. Diplomafrom Dubl'n. (Registered by Act of Parliament in Vic toria, New .South Wale^ Tasmania, snd Quee island), ? ' May be cons ulted at | his Rooms, 155 ELIZABETH STREEP, (fou-- Doors from B jurke-street, MBLBouiiNB:, on NERVOUS DEBI LIT Y, 6VPHILITIO, (iE^ORRHOEA, SKIN & PRIVATE DISEASES. Da .FRED BBI 3K HO -MAS ^ia a lega'ly qualified M :dical Pra 'titioner, a id has d» - vot:1' a life-time to ttic .-t idy of Private, j Nervous, a id Skin Diseases, fhe great sue cess a :hieyed by him speaks volu'nes in his favou It is a sucmsj which is tota ly un precedeut'1' for by his unwearied researches int 1 t!ie giibt'e mytt-iries of the healing a t, he has es'-ue » t!iou-aiils of his fell -w crea tures from b -in=r hurriefl in tie bloom of youth t » a premature a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891

A v H pEDIGREE CARDS printed at the Yack TIMES 4 ' Macidtie Priming HigU-«t , V^ck-utdjuidah.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891

T 1 * ? ' ? ? AMctions. Wodonga Horse Sale. THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY 19th, 20th, and 21st M«rch. Doucharty l Parker (And C. L. Griffith and Go.) WILL hold their March Sale of HORSES at Wodonga, on Thure- : ?day, Friday, and Saturday, 19th, 20th, «nd 21st March. Early entries requested. BEECHWORTH STOCK — SALE. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 11, 1891. Eat and Store Cattle. . Fat and Store Sheep. Fat Lambs. FIT. MOORE & CO., \\ f ILL hold their usual Fort * t nightly Sale of Stock on the above date, at their yards, Beech worth, when they will have yarded 20 Prime Fat Cattle from Mr M. O'Donnell, Merriang 15 Prime Fat Bullocks from Mr : , M. Connors, Tarrawinsfee. 10 do. do. from Mr Gheelan, ' Whorouly. 100 Prime Fat Wethers from Mr Kain, Wooragee. 50 Prime Fat Ewes from Mrs Pjke, Three Mile. 100 Prime Fat Ewes from El Dorado. 60 Prime Fat Wethers from Mr Grainbold, Tarrawingee. 75 Forward Ewes from Mr C. Hattersley, Yackandandah. 6 Head Prime Fat Vealers from Mr P. Skahill, Osborn...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891

? WATERLOO HOTEL, ? (OPPOSITE TB35 POST OFFICE.) ?high STREET, YACKANDANDAH, - lrn ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL mw ? HOUSE. ?rank Entra - Proprietor. to return thanks to the Public H -geueraily for | RgVERY ACCOMMODATION FOR ? VISITORS AND FAMILIES. HA First-class Cuisixe Guaranteed. Hilly the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and H Spirits kept. Hirst-class Sample Room Batli, &c. Superior Alcock's Billiard. Table. Hommodions Stables and Loose Boxes. MOORING OFFICE FOR RECK AND ? LOWE'S COACHES. IsT^-R, HOTEL, I YACK AND AN D AH. *-. McDermott - Proprietor, ?XESIRES to intimate to his numerous B I - friends of Yackandandah and public ?jenerally, that lie has taken the above well Buown hostelry, and trusts by strict atten tion to tlie requirements of bis patrons to Receive a fair share of support. First-el:'- ss Accommodation for Travellers. Best Brands of Ales. Wines and Spirits only kept. Yackandandah Shoeing Forge. M. E. Clune. GENERAL BLACKSMITH. Horses Sliod with greatest care and at...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MYRTLEFORD STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891

MYRTLEFORD STOCK: SALE. Mr T. A. Knsggs reports havingrheld his usual fortnightly sale on February 3rd, at Myrtleford. 40 fiat cattle were yarded, and 70 stores. The following are the quotations Fat heifers realisedfrom L3 l2s«d to L5 2s 6dV*Bt bullocks, iM to L6 5s ; vealers to L2 ; springers, 1L3 to L3 12s ; stores, L2- Us to L3 17s 6d ; store cows, Li 1 5s. Sbeep — M0 yarded, and 50 jambs. Cross-bred ewes brought Us 6d ; jnerino wethers, 8s ; fat lamfe, €s 7d! to Ps 6(1. * j .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891

Commercial. ? :o: ? MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT Fat Sheep. — The supply for the week was a moderate one, 26,000 having been yarded. Owing to some of the largest | buyers having slieep on hand, the yarding j of good to prime qualities proved ample for trade requirements, and for such the demand was without animation at last week's rates, while middling and inferior descriptions were extremely dull of sale at quotations : — Prime crossbred wethers from lis 6d to 12s 6d, a few extra do do from 13s Gd to 14s 6d, prime crossbred ewes from 9s 8d to lis. a few extra to 15s, prime merino wethers from 9s 6d to 10s 6d, extra do do from lis to 12*, good -Jo do from 8s to 9s, middling and inferior from 6s, prime merino ewes from 6s tfd to to 7s 6d, extra to 8s. Fat Lambs. — 7,590 were penned. A large proportion consisted of middling descriptions Good to prime qualities were in fair request at late rates, while in different sorts were difficult to quit at low figures. Prime sold at from 8s 6d to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Spider Bites. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891

Spider Sites « Mr. Thos. Affleck, a well-Jmown-i resident of Albury, is at present under medical attendance, suffering j from erysipelas, brought on by the bipB of ;a spider. The) insect- stung Mr. Affleck on the face during the | night while he was lying asleep, and shortly afterwards the face became inflamed and swollen. The affection has spread over the face and head, and the doctor is apprehensive of serious results. Mr Thos. Affleck, who is suffering from erysipelas, produced by a spider bite, is now in a fair way ; towards recovery, the spr-ead of the affection having been successfully checked. Another case of the serious effects attending the bite of a black spider is reported from one of the outlying stations near Albury. A man was ' removing some old bagging when bitten on the finger by a black spider, having a red spot on its back. Fear ing the worst consequences from the bite the man severed the bitten finger from his hand with a tomahawk and ' then rode to the nearest do...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891

1 INT^HESTING ITEMS. Artificial ice can be manufeotur^ so it ie said, at a ,-;oat of. about £2 per ton, or 2s. per 100 pounds.. t 3?ivd thoaBScd banches of b&naaas wcre tossed bver to the mermaida Iroai a Nionra gnan steamer the other day to lighten the sbin in a Bp.vprp fltnrm. A little giti in a Sanday school in Qaincy, ? Mass.y when asked r what & misBionary was, replied : * A missionary is a man who ccmeB around to get otir money.' Henry Warren, who sells newspapers oni the Derby railroad, between New Haven and Birmingham, Ct., and who is in his 82nd year, is cutting his third set of teeth. Taking the average number of railway accidents in America, it is estimated that a traveller may travel 50,000,000 miles without being killed, and 10,000,000 miies without sustaining injury. According to the cenEueoI 1S3I there were 131.61S lepers In India. It is estimated that there mast now be over 200,000 lepers in oar dependency, moat of whom roam about shun ned by everybod...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. BACK CREEK v. YACKANDANDAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891

§8f : rfAMDWrojiS teams came off on Saturday last on tbe local grotindi—It was generaHy thought that the contest would be a close one, and jeo it proyed., l^he of tbe visitors op. the whole was slightlj7- better than that of jtheir opponeuis, whereas the fielding of the locals was superior. The Yacik boys having lost the toss, were sent to the wickets. Hie stand was short and the 'Bcore .^lovv— 24 runs. The Back Creek youngsters started off better, but alas ! Cain killed the ablest batsman after 16 were made, tlie remaining nine wickets yielding only 8. The two scores at even money looked - ratlic r interesting, Yack. started their second innings, but were readily disposed of owing to the excellent bowling of F. CHngin — total, 16 runs. The visitors succeeded in doing better, and compiled 2G runs iu their effort, thus win ding by 10 runs. The best players on each side cau be seen froth appended scores : — 11 AC'KAKDAKDAH. l^-t luniugs. 2n^ IimingSj Logan, b A. K'i cbiugton 12 b J. M...

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[?] The Rajah's Vengeance. A STORY OF INDIA. CHAPTER VI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891

WT tKOVCUyt. IHe Rajaii's Vengeance. | A STORY OF INDIA- j m FREDERICK M. 1-EY. ? ? * ? ? ? ? CHAPTER VI.- -Continued. Irhe vision that I saw was a young girl, not j re than twenty, and as she paused beside that ecus, yet grandly beautiful ebony blossom, dly caressing its beautiful leaves, she presented icture which I will never forget, ibe was clad in a dress which fell about her as ugh expressly designed to set ofl to its fullest antftges every graceful curve of her exquisite ire. Her clear, transparent skin, whiter n my own. glistened like mother-of-pearl ough the meshesjof lace up on her arms and fectly moulded neck. A chain of jewe^ ich seemed like particles of flame borrowed from ! ravs of the sun, was wound around and ough her raven hair aud across her shoulders, i after coiling about iier \vais: hung in sciutillat j loops at her side. islgaz'd ardently, with my whole sou), upon i exquisite picture, she raised her eyes to glance i^e blue sky over Ler bead. Or. at, ulncfc, e&a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891

For Sale. WO water races, garden and claim -L at Clear Creek. — For particu lars, apply, | W. CALDER. j ? ? ? ? ? : ? j PUBLIC NOTICE. OWING to negotiations for disposing ot ntv business not baviugbeen com pleted, 1 bog to notify that the business will be carried on as beretoiore, under the same principle, viz. — G -A. s k: 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 theredl. W. CALDER, Cash Store, Yackandandah. Dentistry. Hall & Sons, DENTISTS, COLLIN'S PLACE, 54 Exhibition Street, Collins Street East ;MR; Geo.' HALL, of the.above firm, visit Yackaudandah once a month. Artificial teeth inserted in a superior manner at moderate _ch arges. ^ ; Dentistry4n all its branehes. ?? viMt^WEn^l^S©^^:' 25. : .-i.-An'd --maVi be consulted at Mr Rome's 'NOTICE. j SUBSCRIBERS who ^o not receive ^ - their pipers regularly, wpuld oblige ? by communicating with tbjs office, in order that' w...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891

General News. The next Albury show will be held on the 9th and 10th September. The charge preferred against Howard Arundel of embezzling L6 i 1 los has been withdrawn by the firm of Davies, Campbell and Davies, but it was strongly opposed by Sub-Inspector Grey. The firm stated that Arundel had made a satisfactory explanation to them. A young convict named Fredeiick Daw-son, 22 years of age, committed suicide, by strangling himself in his cell at Pentridge on Sunday after noon. He was undergoing a sentence of 18 months imprisonment. The licensed victuallers held a meeting on Monday, and decided to test the legality of the local option poll taken on Wednesdav last, by which the electors, by a i majority of 16 votes, determined to reduce tlie hotels in Maryborough to the statutory number of 10. The publicans contend that the statutory number should have been fixed at 11. In February last the licensing court gazetted the number of inhabf tants as 4490, which undei* the pro- I visions of...

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KIEWA POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1891. (Before Messrs Rowan, P.M., and Street, Woodside and Reidy, J. s.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 February 1891

KIEWA POLICE COURT. Wednesday, February 4, 1891. (Before Messrs Rowan, P.J &?, p-nd Street, Woodside and Reidy,j J.'s;P.) ? ; GEO. BABBINGTOS V. B.. D*LANBT. Claim £6 10s; cash lent and goods sold. Mr Edmondsen appeared for complainant. Geo. Babbington deposed that on the 23rd December, 1SS9, he went to Delaney's. Delaney said he was in trouble, and that D. Robiuson was going to pat the bailiffs in for £4 odd, 'and then asked him for the loan of £.5. He asked Delaney what he was doing, and he replied ' nothing.' Complainant told him he could get him a job at Kelly, Yule and Co.'s sawmill as cook, aud he did so. I ent him £5 on the understanding it was to be paid back when defendant had worked it out. Defendant left in three weeks, took another job, and although repeatedly asked for the money faiied to give it. To defendant : The money was not given for the support of my child to Mrs Nelson, nor were the clotbes cut up for the child. Defendant denied that plaintiff ever lent ...

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