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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 February 1891

Church Notices. The following are the service arrange- j ments in connection with the different , denominations for Sunday uext : — i CHURCH of ENGLAND. ; Rev. T. J. Weight. j Yackandandah, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Allan's Flat, 3 p.m. !

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 February 1891

General JPTews. At Wellington, [New i Zealand, an expressman died from; the bite of a Katipo spider. It has been doubted amongst scientific men as to whether spiders 5-f this genr^ (were_rgal^ dan^ , gerous,' Ttra.^ *'now''it f is fairly ^settled that they were venomons. The Katino is found aimost exclusively near the sea shore, and principally where there are sand bills.' ' Madame Adelina Patti, the famous prima .donna, has been arrested at Berlin in ' cohseqnence of her failing to keep a contract wMch she is alleged to .have made to sing at St. Petersburg. Madame Patti has been released on bail. It appears that j prosecution seized Madame Patti's j jewels to cover the amount claimed, j Finally the snm claimed was de- j posited byT Madame Patti with a legal J custodian, and the jewels weie then ' returned to her. ! Tbe United States Gcngress has voted a sum_ of 4,000,000 dol. (£1,000,000) towards the expenses of the Great World's Fair to be opened next year at. Chicago. Mary Smith,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN CHURCH REV. OSBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 February 1891

WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. Osborne. Yackandandah, 11 a.m. (farewell ser mon.) Rev. Tredinnick: Myrtleford, 7 p.m. Murmungee, 3 p.m. - , - Mr Smith. Buffalo River, 3 p.m.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 February 1891

GAZETTE. ? :u ? All . applications for assistance from tlie Prospecting Vote, 1891-92, must be for warded to the clerk of tlie District Pros- j pecting Board on or before the 21st day of ? March, proximo. | On the 3rd day of February, instant, Joseph Rowan, Esq., the chairman of the Licensing Courts for the undermentioned Licensing Districts, in accordance with the provisions of Act, No. 1 1 1 1 , section ! '23, determined the statutory number of inhabitants, in the year 1891, of such Licensing Districts to be as follow : — Beech wortk ... ... 1,960 Stanle3r ... ... 2,160 . Everton ... ... 1,730 Yackandandah ? 3,095 Wooragee ... ... 715 Asylum ... ... 175 The committee of management of a reserve for public park in the parish of Yackandandah — That the said reserve shall be under the control of the Council of the Shire of Yackandandah, as a com mittee oi management thereof. Renewal of licenses— H. Briddon, 20a, Taneamhalauga ; A. Briddon, 20a, Tan grambalanea ; S. Burns, 20a, Woorage...

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Commercial. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 February 1891

Commercial. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT The Stock and Station Journal, dated Thursday, 12th February, re ports as follows : — - ? - - - Fat Sheep. — Another moderate supply came forward, 25,000 haying been yarded, which consisted chiefly of middling descrip tions. with a limited proportion good to prime. The demand was dull throughout. For good to prime qualities last weeks's prices were with difficulty maintained, while second aud inferior sorts met a dragging sale at slightly lower quotations. Prime crossbred wethers from lis Sri to 12s 6d, a few extra from 12s to 14s 3d, prime crossbred ewes from 9s 6d to lis, prime merino wethers from9s 6d to Us 6d, (according to weight and quality), good do. from 7s 9d to 8s 9d, middling and inferior from 6s, prime merino ewes from 6s f-d to 7s 6 J, extra do. 8s to 8s jSd Fat Lambs.— 7,000 were penued. All descriptions were largely represented. For those suited to trade requirements the demand was limited, while second and inferior deseriptions...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SANDY CHEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 February 1891

SAX 2-r CREEK. ? :u; ? , . (By Our Own Reporter.) A trip to Sandy Creek from Yack andandah is by no means an unplea sant one, so being desirous of inspect ing the mining resources of that dis trict I journeyed thither last week. To a stranger Sandy Creek at first sigut gives a reminder ot tne oastle maine and Fryer's Creek diggings, for there are unmistakeable traces of the goldfield having been a busy one in past years. My only regret was that time did not permit of a thorough inspection of the reefs and , diggings, owing to my having to be 1 present at the Kiewa Court, bnt on | leaving I promised myself another I trip in the early future. The prin- ) cipal, and, I might say, only interest taken in mining at' present in Sandy Creek, is in connection with the reefs, and these being in the high ranges between Sandy Creek and the Mitta Mitta, and in most cases two and tlu-ee miles apart (those that are j being worked I refer to), a day's in spection would amount to very little after a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WODONGA SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 February 1891

WODONjGA: SAiES. Abpnt t9rexe .yacdpd|P|i * full attendance yipjE- vi«Rt parts Cof | m aii^od ; store condition. ^ Prices ruled firmer throughout. Messrs Ryan and Ham mond sold 1,300 bullocks for Messrs Mark and .Sons, of Kamilaroi, Clon curxy, to JE3 19s, averaging £3 14s 6d ? and in_ conj unctioiL with Messrs E. Trenchard and . Co,, 800 bullocks for variousownerf/ to £5 j, , _5

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[?] to Mr. Heggie. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 February 1891

Mr n-*-3te Mp , Yackandandah, who ?Laiotei to the postion of j %W£ at ,)nno'y , °?,ce' 1 ItBj t Mr McDermott s Star ; IwridftY evening, tor tlie a]^din? him farewell, and j L^1- was voted to tlie chair, q1 B Hocking occupied tlie of rice-carman. i loyal toast having been Siecbaivmau asked tlie com [L-tfe their glasses so as to F D 4-n Mr Heo-s-ie. He I-rtCg t/V' au that he had not known Mr , a rery considerable period, Pr grst 'introduction lie was ' jth srood impression of ie's qualities, and whicli had j fonfii*med on acquaintance, j eetion with the Debating ? He2£'ie, as the President, m his V^i'th. It was mainly 'c efforts the club was formed, ad alwavs shown a lively in ^ ^ doings- They had Lefn,D to see the benefits of , and the success that at Its meetings was in a just ] due to the energy of Mr j _ especially on the social ' Surroisor had well de i beuefit-s of the society in a ri0Dto tlie paper he repre rhich was to the effect that iu£S were delightful, and a be social adva...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 February 1891

' Auctions. [ Wodonga Horse Sale, ___ 1 THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY 19th, 20th, and 21st March. Dougharty &. .Parker {And C. L. Griffith and Co.) ! % E / ILL hold their March Sale of IT HORSES at Wodouga, onThurs «lay, Friday, and Saturday, l9th,20thj ?and 21st March. Early entries requested. Myrtleford Market. Tuesday, February 17th. I T. A. KftiAGGS, \\l ILL Sell 011 'tlie above date |j; - I as follows : — 50 Prune Fat Cattle, from Messrs | O'Donnell, Martin, McFadgen, | Brady, McElroy, and others. sH Store Cattle from the District. |l| 200 Prime Sheep. |if 50 Prime Lambs, fe 25StorePigs, &c. ? s ? - — ? | Dederang Quarterly Sale. TA. KNAGGS will hold his * Next Sale on TUESDAY, ; February 24th, at 12 o'clock, of — FAT AND STORE CATTLE. A large number are already en tered. ! T. A. KNAGGS, ; ? Auctioneer, Myrtleford. I . T. A. Knaggs, AUCTIONEER, DEDER A iTO, HAS Several Valuable Properties for Private Sale in various parts of the Eiewa and Ovens River Distr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 February 1891

WATERLOO HOTEL, (opposite the post office.) bigh STREET, YACKANDANDAH. OLD ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL HOUSE. ? 1 Frank Entra - Proprietor. ? T)EGS to return thanks to the Public Jj generally for support accorded him in the past, and hopes by strict attention to their requirements to receive a fair measure of support. --BVBHT WIT ! VISITORS AND FAMILIES. A First-class Cuisine Guaranteed. Only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits kept. First-class Sample Room Bath, &c. j Superior Alcock's Billiard Table. Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND LOWES COACHES. STAB HOTEL, YACKANDANDAH. F. McDermott - Proprietor, DESIRES to intimate to his numerous friends of Yackandandah and public generally, *tbafc 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. Yackandandah Shoein...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNTY COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 February 1891

COUNTY COURTS. The fallowing are the County Court fix tures : — Yackandandah — Wednesday, Feb. 11. Last 3 ay for issuing and serviug sum monses — Friday, 23rd January, Special summonses must' be filed within five days after service. j Last day for filing ordinary summonses Saturday. 31st- January. La-t day f -r filing notice of defence and for payment into Court. — Thursday, 5th February. Wodonga — W eduesday, Apii 22. Beech worth — Toursdsy, February 12. Courts of Mine-' will be held on the same dates as appointed for hiding County Courts.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 February 1891

: - CGD Ers: The following are Mr Rowan's appoint- 4 ments at the undermentioned Courts dur^ , ing the ygar. He will also attend addi tional days when practicable : — YACKANDANDAH — Mondays, , 11^ o'clock on Februaiy 2, March 2, April ? 13 X 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 I, June 3, August 5, October 7, December 9. Mr. PERRY, of Beech worth, will visit Yackandandah, on the dates appointed by the Police Court Magistrate.

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Mining Accident. Sandhurst, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 February 1891

Mining Accident, - Sandhurst, Wednesday. A tei-riblfe accident occurred at about ll o'clock to-day at the Sonth Devonshire mine, ; Eaglehawk^ which caused the entombment and probable death of a miner named Thomas Cox, a married man with a family of sis: children. The accident shows the danger inseparable from working old ground. Cox and a young man named James 'Sims were- at work in , an inter mediate level, 650ft. from the sur face, and were building up country i*ock or mullock with the view of working some quartz higher up. This is in the channel of -country known as the black leader. Other levels existed 20ft. higher up and 15ft- lower down Suddenly Sims heard a crack, and jumped on to a ledge of stone at the side of the drive. Instantly the level disappeared, and the mullock, &c.. tumbled down, the fall being evi dently due to the collapse of the lowest of the three levels. Sims at once crawled along the old level to the Duchess Tribute, the adjoining mine on the south, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 February 1891

Egtpttan Eve Salve is the onlv cer tain remedy for Sandy Blight and all diseases of the eyes or eyelids. It is pre pared from a plant growing near the great desert of Egypt, and being a vegetable preparation it possesses soothing and heal ing powers different from ail other oint ments. All sufferers are recommended to try it, as it never fails in working a sperdy and complete cure, and testimonials telling of its miraculous properties have been re ceived from- all |Arte of ttife world. Tlie 1 genuine is protected by « Slack Pyr^a Trade Mark, and is now obtainable of all chemists in Australia at 9s 6d per box. Ageut far Ynckandandah, M. fi. ROMIS,— ?

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CRICKET. FREEDOM BROS. V. DEDRANG. (From Our Own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 February 1891

CRICKET. ? :0: — ? ? ? FREEDOM BROS. V. DKDRANG. ^ .(Ffom Our Own Correspondent.) The return match between the Dederang and Freedom Bros. Cricket Clnb-took place on the Gundowring ground last Saturday, and resulted in an /easy victory for the visitors. The locals were the first to take the bat, but were quickly disposed of for thermal!: total4, of 25 runs.? JJBills borrow made a good stand for 15, (not out) in the second innings ; likewise Welshman, who contributed 23 for Dederang. The Freedom Bros., having defeated Dederang on their own ground previous to this match, another match will be played between these clubs on the 21st ult.. at Dederang, to decide the merits of each club. The following are the scores — Fukedom Bros., 1st Innings. J. Crosthwaite. b W. Mummery ... . 4 W. ''rostbwaite. b Mummery ... 2 A. H ' bs, b Mummery ... ... ... 0 J. Bill-sb .rrow, c Mummery ... ... - H. Crosthwaite, b Braidwo -d ? 0 R. Barton, b Braid wood ... ... (t W, BiUsb )rro'iv, o Mummery ... ... 5...

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Swindles. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 February 1891

Swindles. The following paragraph appeared in the Melbourne ' Herald' : — 'Word guessing competitions are not unknown in Australia, but no thing so bare-faced as shown in the following extract from a London ; paper has come under our notice : — ' It is really high time that some at tempt was made to suppress word guessing and other competitions of the same kind, which, if they are not one and all impudent swindles, un doubtedly open the door to swindling on the most extensive scale. One J. J. Mason, whose postal address is simply ' Lincoln,' advertises a prize of L10 for the correot formation of two words from the letters I P O E T R N W. E very competitor is to pay Is 3d, and, as a further induce ment, one of Mason's 1 Patent Won derful One Shilling . Luncheon Cases' is promised to every competitor. It would hot be surprising if s-.irae thou sands of fools each sent Is 3d to J- J. Mason in response : to this offer, nor if many hundreds of them formed the two words 1 Port Wine' out ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 February 1891

It has now publically transpired that the person chiefly implicated' iu the serious charge of cheating at cards at a leading London club, at which the Prince of- Wales was a 'visitor, is Sir William Gordon Cmu ming, a, Scotch baronet. Sir William Gumming, however, strenuously de nies that he was guilty of any unfair ness in play, .and has issued 'writs for slander against five of his accusers, claiming heavy damages. Sir Charles Rnssel. Q, G., has been retained for the prosecution. It is stated that the Prince of Wales is to be called as :a witness in the case. A. Russian Jews' Colonising Society has been formed at Sah Fran cisco. The object of the society is to aid the immigration of Jews ex pelled1 from Russia to Calilomia, and to settle them on the land as agricul tural laborers.

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SANDY CHEEK V. TALLANGATTA. (From Our Own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 February 1891

SANDY CREEK V. TALLAXGATTi. (From Our Own Correspondent.) The return match_ Sandy Creek and Tallangatta Avas played on ] Saturday, the 7th, on the Sandy [ Creek cricket ground, the weather being all that could be desired. The visitors, who were captained by Campbell, arrived on the battlefield about 1 o'clock, and having obtained an easy victory over our team in a former match -were confident of success on this occassion, but, as will be seen below, they were sadly disappointed, chiefiv through the ax j »/ G batting of McGrlencliy, who succeeded in making 33, being the only member of the home team who went in to double figures. Too much praise cannot be given to Messrs Henry and I'Anson, the former taking five wickets for 22 runs, and the latter taking 3 wickets for 12 runs. Having won the toss, the local team went to bat, being captained by I' Anson. Appended aie the scores : — _ Sandv Creek. Jl'ftlenchy run out ... ... , 33 1'Anso i, b Fortescue ... ... ... 2 Eveifcou, l.b.w. ... ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 February 1891

I j PUBLISHED UraiRT, -SATPRDXX. ^ j {With Supplement.) SATURDAY, FEBUARY 14, 1891. I ? ^ v;' — ?(

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 February 1891

? ? ? ? ? h * *t Eorty-four ^ priBon^s' ^ rco^victed during, last week spntencei Qn Saturday. - .The pumshmelit inflictgd 'On a number of%urglars a»id f^rot tets was exceptiobaily severe.

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