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Fired off the Free list. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 February 1891

Fired off the Free List. These are hard times, Jerry,' observed the dejected policeman as he leaned up against the fruit stand, and bis fingers mechanically closed upon the finest speci men in the orange pile. ' Ye're right, Mr. Murphy,' S3id tbe frnifc man. ' It's all we kin do to make a livin'.' ' An* some of us,' pursued the man in the uniform. ' ain't makin' even that. It's hard luck when a man that's always done bis duty an' never gave no cause for com plaint gits turned out of a job, 'thout a minute's warnin, on account of some favorite of the Mayor's that wants his place.' ' Wot do ye mean, Mr. Murphy ? Ain't' you on the force nowf Have you been gittin' terned out ?' 'That's what I have, Jerry, They give me the bounce about an hour ago, and I'm lookin5 around now for a job that'll — ' 'Then take yer dirty hands oS'n that bunch of bananas and drop that orange quicker'n ligbtnin'l' roared the fruit man, 'or I'll have ye arrested for steal in'. You ain't on tbe free list of this...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Melbourne Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 February 1891

? t „ Jblelb owm*} . Items. L-~U&rJTst-- There is no doubt that policeman have a great deal to -put up with when in the performance of their duty. There is likewise ho doubt that there is a large number of good men amongst them. At the same time, there cannot be any doubt what- i ever that there is a considerable sprinkling of, blackguards amongst them. If -we consider also that a constable's word is always taken in preference to -that of a prisoner it be hoves us to be rather careful how we receive as Gospel every word that may be sworn to by members of the ' foorce.' Only last week a prisoner died, bearing such unmistakeahle signs of having been maltreated that an inquiry is now proceeding with the view to discover whether the instru ment by which he was stricken down was, or was not, a constable's baton. And now again in connection with the arrest of a young man named Nathaniel English, a- hairdresser, some serious allegations wei*e made j against a member of the police f...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 February 1891

GAZETTE. ? :0: ? Vineyard Still Licenses have been issued as follows Gustave L. Baumgarten Pleasant Bank, Barnawartha; ^Frederick Busse, Barnawartha ; G. P . Gelirig. Barna TlU^a. a, »uOiiwaHi» i Augustus Mueller, Tackandandah ; John Hunt Smith, Mundadda Vineyard. Barnawartha. Application for Gold Mining Lease. Ah Fee and others, 14a 2r 7p, Clear Creek. Contract Accepted . — Mines — Cutting track between Cravenville and the Dark River, as per specification ' Clearing : and cutting, at 12s per chain ; blazing, at2s6d per chain— James Hayes, of Corryong. Applications for Grants apprsved. Hy. Wilson, 19a lr 30p, Tawanga ; Hy. Smith, ! 20a Or 18p. Murmungee; Thos. Carey, 13a lr38p, Stanley. , „ Application for leases jr-- j Smith, Bruarong, 31a ; S- ^ulson, Tan- j cambalanga, 19a 5r 34p ; A. Bnddon, Tar rawingee, 32a Up.; O. Clayton Barna wartha South, 287* 3r32p; son, Mitta Mitta, 28a lr 34p ; Woorasee North, 189a 3r l5p - Mary Eiligate, Wooragee North, 135a 3r i4p ; F. Roper. MuUindol...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 February 1891

? ? ; ; ?? ;tbmdbb8. £ Roadworks from Baranduda Bridge to Finger Post jbt Junction of Kiewa and Yack andandah Roads. — M. De vanev. £92. i Handrailing Bridge at Visick's, j Allan's Flat. — Welsh Bros., 1 M 10s. j gandrailing Bridge at Chinese Gardens, Sutton Road. — J. McGee, £6 6s. Draining' and Road Formation in Short's Lane. — Welsh Bros., £22 5s. Repairs to Road at Milln's Hill, Old Barnawartha. — J. A. Sutherland, £69. Blinding and Rolling Gravelling from Barnawartha to Bus sies. — M. Ring, £35. Gravelling 10 Chains of Road near G. L. Baumgarten's. Freah tenders to be called. Gravelling Corcoran's late Con tract, near Gundowring Station. — R. Eveston, £18. ACCOUNTS. £ s. d. T. AM* ? 5 0 0 J. M'Nam»ia ? I1 0 O 0 J. A. Sutherland ... 120 n 0 P. Toiler ... 150 0 0 M. Dev:mey ... ??? 12 0 0 D. Martin — 8 0 0 Welsh Bios ? ? 4 10 0 T. Welsh ?? — 3 15 0 M.Nniiilly ? 64 15 0 J. Arundel! ... ... 26 1 0 J. A. Dickon ? 10 0 0 D. H. Moiijian ... 27 5 0 Paul' ami Kinchington 15 0 0 J.Hill ?...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Humoro[?]s [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 February 1891

[?] !', .. ? ? : ;? L C irn ics 1 jtawycta' Stiiis. - fin the newspaper riQ^i '.'.1 'Pass me over the aiuciiairR-J*' Pansy. ' ' ' Mies Pansy V' With ali^vW, Faeset : ' Only the mueiiage,^ Hoping Against Hope.-r/ 41 What is that you are puttie face ?' 8 1 I Barber : ' Bay rum, sir,1' ragi i Customer : ' Jg that all? that it migtt b3 cocaine,' He Waated a Ckaate to h.,m Four of tbe seediest possible tramps were before the PoUee JmiwRHn Singling oat sne oi them named TiiLffiflf tbe sset intelligent of the lot, said: §|f ' Yon four fellowB were found ^JHI a barn. What have you to est to « vagrancy ?' iffii 'Yer Anar, me pardner owns tiJB and gave ns all free permission -'? alllf it.' Wffi ' Who is your partner ?' pilt 'A gintleman be the name olf|l|§| Sure we've been in partaejfbip weeks.' ' What hnsicess 1' ' Wurkin' an tbe docks.' felt 'What h«-3 been the firm's groa- fJlllt fn the eight weeks ol its exifitecei?' ' Two pounds.' ' f *' Either a poor showing, isn't it T' a -i ' Sure, we...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Miscellaneous. Manganese Plating of Iron as a Protection from Rush. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 February 1891

[?] IP According to our Italiaa contemporary, Progresso, articles of iron can be protected against fust by sinking them near the nega tive pole of an electric bath composed of ten liters of water, 50 grammes of chloride of manganese, and 200 grammes of nitrate of ammonia. Under the influence of the -jhrrent ''the bath deposits on the articles a film of metallic mangauese which prevents them from rusting. Good Manners.— To be a thorough gentleman from the inside out, a man must attend to the formation of sound. symmetri- cal character, and by the study of note worthy examples, lose tbat self-consciousness which is always in tbe way of really fine manners. A genuin3 kindliness of feeling toward others, and a just consideration of their interests — loving one's neighbor as one's self — are indispensable elements in fine manners. If one docs not possess these, he must seem to, or he will continually violate the plainest and most obvious rules pre scribed for conduct in polished society....

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To Destroy Stumps. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 February 1891

To^ Destroy Stumps. 1. Bore a hole 1 inch in diameter, 18 inches deep, into tbe centre of the stump-, and put in one ounce of saltpetre, filling up with water and plugging up the hole. This should be done in the autumn. In the spring the plug is to be taken out, a half a gill of kerosene poured into the hole and set on fire. It will burn out the stump to the farthest root. . 2. In the autumn bore a hole 1 inch in diameter, 10 inches deep, into the centre of tbe stump, and put in half a pound of vitriol and ping very tight. In the spring the whole stump and roots- through all their ramifications will be so rotted as to be easily removed. ? Recruits When they join the British army first cannot be too well fed ; because, coming as tbey do from a class, whiob. as a rnle, is irregular in its habits,, after undergoing a regular system of drill and a regular manner of living, they are more hungry at meal times than they otherwise would be. In fact, they are always, hungry, and of this stat...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rooted to the Spot. A Cruel Practical Joke Played on an Un suspecting Clergyman. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 February 1891

Rooted to the Spot. ♦ «4 ? j A Cruel Practical Joke Played on an Un j suspecting Clergyman. A story is told about the former assistant rector of one of the largest Episcopal churches in the city. The gentleman in question is now the president of a college so far away that he cannot mind if I relate the incident. He was a jolly good fellow when he lived in a boarding-house here, and in bis off hours was accustomed to join in with the other good fellows of tbe house £.t a friendly game of whist or a smoke. I One evening when he was out at service ! two of the wags of the establishment re- ' membered tbat it was his invariable habit upon returning home to doff hi6 roundabout vest and clerical coat, put on an old smoking jacket and enc3se bis feet in a pair of | morocco slippers, which latter always occu pied the same position on bis bedroom floor, ? preparatory to bis coming. Accordingly, tbey firmly nailed these slippers to tbe floor, j and awaited results in the next room. ! Presentl...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bridgets Originality. An Imported Domestic Who Delieved in Obeying Orders Literally. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 February 1891

[?] An\fn5poTted domestic Who Believeu in ?-St- ' 'Bridget,' paid I, after she had been initiated into her new duties as chamber maid, ' call me at six o'clock to-morrow morning, and prepare a bath for me.' Next morning, adds, the writer of these anecdotes, at six o'clock sharp there came a knock which startled the occupants of tbe entire bouse, and Bridget's dulcet voice, ex claimed : ' Ytz needn't wake up, sot. The water . is that cold yez couldn't bathe at all, at ail.' One morning the letter carrier brought a letter whose destination was doubtful, as tbe street and number were illegible. He tried at our house, and waited to be informed ^ whether ' Mr. Jonesliyed within.' Bridget gave the letter-carrier a seat in the parlor while she carried the missive to my wife. *' No, Bridget,' said the latter, 41 the letter is not for us. Put it upon the mantel-piece, ana when tbe carrier comes in the morning give it to him.' Faithful to instructions, Bridget placed the epistle upon the 6bel...

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Shoulder Braces. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 February 1891

[?] ders back mechanically, whereas ibe true method of correcting a -tendency to stoop shoulders is to devclop the muSclca whiciL draw the shoulders b^ck. Tlje iyeijring of T shoulder braces putu the muscleB^ntirely at rest and they thhs lose what vigor they I possess, growing weiaker and weaker. Any I exercise which brings the arins into play I will help to tone up and strengthen the muscles of the .back and chest. Exercising with chest weights is excellent, and so^ is the swinging of Indian clubs -.nd the use of dumb-bells. It is astonishing how many people are ] stoop-shouldered and lop-sided to a greater j or less degree; There are very few whose ' muscular development is so symmetri cal but there i9 a slight curvature of the spine. On this account both hands should be cultivated alike so far as possible,- Of course in very expert work it would take too much time to educate both hands equally, but for throwing, lifting, pulling, sweeping and ait commoner kinds of work and excerc...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Domestic. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 February 1891

[?] Gifcels — ^me'weeks ngp, I do Inquired '}^^ij&ti«ig^ ;for making oatmeal gruel, and as I have had : ^dbsiderablici Experience; in' inakiog,'it X sen-I; wc tha nk very .good. Put ^gronhil and moisten well with a little cold water, stirring till ic assumes a milky hue: then pour over it slowly about a quarter of boiling water, stirring all the time; set on the back of the stove or range and let it cook slowly a long time, the longer the better, adding more boiling 'water as it thickens and stirr ing frequently. When cooked it may be 6trained or not, according to fancy, and eaten with salt, alone if the stomach is very weak, otherwise it may be thinned with a littieeweet milk,, and if a small lump of butter, a spoonful of sugar and a little nutmeg are added the most fastidious person could scarcely object tolt. Gruels, both of oatmeal and cornmeal, are much more palatable when cooked a long time than when quickly made, because the nature of both ingredients seems to require...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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Generalities of Proportion. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 February 1891

Generalities of Proportion. Some of the generalities of proportion are as foliows : A woman should weigh two pounds to every inch of stature she has at tained. Thus, the woman 5 feet 4 inches in height should weigh 128 or 130 pounds. The chest measure of such a woman, taken above the bust and beneath the arms, should be 30 or 31 inches, with a power of expanding 2i- or 3 inches when the lungs are filled with air, Tbe upper arm should measure 10 inches and the lower arm 8 inches. The waist should be 25 inches in circumference, and the chest diameter, which means the distance through the body from the chest to the back, should be 6 inches. This diameter is more frequently lacking than any other, whiie the diameter of the abdomen, taken in tbe same way, is usually larger than tbe average and larger than the chest diameter, while the reverse effect is desirable. The average re sults of the physical measurements of 325 girls and women, averaging 10 4 years of age are as follows : Weight ...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Dainty Cooking for Invalids. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 February 1891

J-ainty Cooking for Invalids. The Honsc'aifc gives the following careful directions for cooking chickens for invalids : Take one or two neat joints from a tender young bird which has been carefully plucked and drawn ; wrap them in white paper, liberally buttered, and puttbem in a sauce pan with sufficient boiling water ban ly to cover them. Add a few small pieces of celery and a pinch of salt, and simmer very gently for 20 minutes (or five minutes longer if the joints or rather large'), but watch carefully that the liquid nefer reaches boil ing point alter tbe cnicken is put in. When done enough, remove the paper, season the i meat slightly, and serve it on a nice hoc dish with a little well-made bread sauce poured over, and accompanied by a small quantity of some carefully prepared vege table, if the latter is suited to the condition of the patient. BAKED CHICKEN. A nice change can be effected by cooking another joint or two of tbe bird in the fol lowing manner : Wrap the pieces in...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Our Lady of the Mine. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 February 1891

[?] ^^'Muljlorizon wiiz i '^1 'tiieg^cfeli ;the « ? V* to telf uy ; , ;r . V''- 'Twuz iu the year uv sixty-nine— somewhere . .along in summer — ^ There; hbve in sight one afternoon a licw and v: ,-!:^nrious,c6m^f'j':4' ' His name wuz Silas Pcttibone — a artist by perfession— ^ ^ With a kit of topis and a big moustache ana a pipe in his possession. He told us. bv our leave, he'd kind nv like to make some sketches U v the snowy peaks, ;nd the foamin* crick, 'nd the distant mountain stretches ; : 11 You're welkim, sir,' says we, although this . scenery dodge seemed to us A waste uv time where sccnery waz already sooper-Tfod-uB. All through the summer Peitibone kep' basy at' his sketchin' — At daybreak off for Eagle Pass, and home nightfall, fetchin' That everlastin* book uv his with spider ' lines all through it ; Tbrea-Fingered Hoover used to say there warn't no meanih' to it: 11 Gol durn a man,'sez he to him, 'whose shif'less hand is sot at A-drawia hills that's full uv quartz that's...

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Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 February 1891

Recipcs. j Recipe for Yeast. — We have the best authority that the following recipe, strictlv followed, will give ' perfect' yeast. Boil one large teacupful of hops from' 20 minutes to one half hour, in three pints of water. Strain the water upon three cupfuls of grated raw potato, stirring well. Continue stirring it over tbe fire until it juBt begins to boil, then remove and add one Jfeacupful each of salt and sugar. When luke-warm add one teaenpful of risen yeast. In making oreaa, one teacupful or this yeast !s used to two quarts of flour.- However, as our cor respondent did not wish to use the yeast for bread, it may be that the beer or brewers*, yeast, generally to be obtained from the bakers will answer the desired purpose better, as it is usually quicker and stronger. Scalloped Potatoes.— Chop cold boiled potatoes tint-. Tase a tin basin of Buitabie j size to hold the required quantity. 1'ut in I a layer of the chopped potatoes, then one of bread crumbs. Season with pepper, sa...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 February 1891

BIRTH . HAIG. — On the 11th February, the wife of T. Haig, Yackandandah, of a son. The Yackandandah Times PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.   (With Supplement)   SATURDAY, FEBUARY 21, 1891.  

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 February 1891

Some surprise was occasioned in ^Bright last week — wkenvi# '* bebaime, knoinTn tha,t a young matt named. Robert Hargreaves, whp—yr^ts em.r^ ployed as a porter at the railway station from the time -i-3ie flinfe; vf£$~ opened in October until about a fort night ago, liad been arrested m Mel? l)6iQLMfelbn1 aieliarge aft emlj^ ezziementf f jElhe aoensed cvsras ?entr^t-3d pritk^e j ' sale of tickets jbo[''- ' by' ^3ie : early train fTOtii%ri^h^'and isUllej^etiL-J that instead of properly accounting for, the fanes thus received, hie /TI 'jr L .? i /,T' ^ TTCT ^ , h r'? app^opiSated jnone^ m i his Jomi l use. Hargreaves w'ai^^moy:ed [ 'toj Melbourne recently, and a dajMantffio, later the suspicions of the station master. ®!- D^Jfeomi, .Kere^ aipused,^ tickets hadi^beeji, |absi^icted' ^frpni packets to « 2ccail#wa^ supposed not to have access, and-thafc Ushers w^rei'obtaiAe^y taln^lthemj -the tube. Hargreaves was arrested by Detective Nixon on Wednesday. ; ?f-vf-ninfr Melbourne, and charge...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 February 1891

CRICKET. A match was played on Saturday, the 14th inst., between the Tawonga miners and Dederang club, which re sulted in a win for Tawonga for 14 runs. The game was well contested, and exciting towards the finish. The following are the scores : — I Tawonga. — Fi st Innings. I T. Duai.e, b .Jes-op .. . ... ... 3 j O'fla a, b Mummery ... ... 7 I MVvuran, b Mummery ... ... -4 i s F. B' igg^, b Je sop ? 5 E ?i;.er, b Mummery ... ... 0 Ive.-g n, c Je?sop, b Muinmcy ... 1 H. Biisg-. b Munitne'y ... ... 0 A-ter. st Welshn an ... ... 1 Liotd. b Mutniuevy ... ... ... 2 J3 itoPj aot out ... ... ... 0 st. Welshman ... . . 0 'By ? ... 1. Total ? ... 24 Second Innings. P. Duaiif, b Mutnutery ... ... 2 O'Hara, b Jessop ... ... r ... 8 M' ngan, c b: Mummery J. 0 F. Briggs b Mummery ... ... 0 F. Roper, b Mumruery ... ... IS Keejian, b Mu'vtnery ? 3 H. B igg-, b Tooliey ... ... 3 Alter, t-r. Welshman ' ... . .. 1: l-oi-i, c JMUtnmery, o jessop ... I Bsrton, b Touliey ... ... ... 0 Wright, not - ut ...

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Ancient Order of Foresters. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 February 1891

M.^'ii ci'etVt i Order - Of {Foresters; ' The twe^y-pixth atinual meeting ' the* OWns and 1 Murray1 District Ancient Order of Foresters w^^eldi at the^fstrict Ghalaabers^ Ford-street, Beecliworth, IStli inst., said ^r^^idedove^jby t|ie^LC.R., xroiu au , . * ' 4-)eea ^disposed of, ;the'fseci«WrJf ;Gh. Farley) read itlie laisffljee-sheEts; for the year. These showed a very satisfactory state of affairs, and ^blthoagli £440 had been paid on account of deatlis, tlie funeral friiid had increased by £110. ^The officers VaiC^foi^:: |afixL ^trusteefe reports were ^ygad.^ ^.^hat of the officers showed tli^tSa)-?large amount of sickness had ? been experienced^ by the courts during the yeai- (£425 liaving been paid pn ,^3ia|; account),: and that a small increase in the -mmnber 'of meiiibers ^had taken place. -2Tiie auditors stated .tliatltliey found ,ihat the. books ^ ibod' ifeeentwdl'lafiii 5propfei3y kept,:r and that *the -funeral sfuud had-iaicreased to about 1 £2000, ?which sum was investe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 February 1891

andiudah TIMES . - - Machine Printing - . . j , V ao k -'»daudah 17 ?? I ? ?: ; ,-;i . .J - : . ? ? ? ? 1 T)iiIVAT«, 'NERVOUS & f SKIM m.-q .DISEASE^ &c, . Of It rr;: v: ' ' : 1 ;.j !. :?.??' ? ffWn'tfbailyi ^ 'tis etrickeh oy diseaUe, So surely. wiil the mind be ill At ease.' m ERED^HOMAN, ' 1 T' laiwotiate Medial B iard tof- Victoria, Licentiate Fasulty of Physicians and' Sur geons, Gling«w. Diploma from Dublin. {Registered by Acs of Parliament i» Vic » toria, STew South Wales, Tasmania, and Queensland), May bs consulted at his Rooms, 155 ELIZABETH STREET, (four Doors from BourKe-street, HelboukNis, ou ' KER^OUS DEBILITY, SYPHILITIC, GENOKRHffiA, SKIN & PRIVATE PISEArfES. ? D.. KREDEIllCK. :iO .VIANT is a legally qualified Midical P. a tidoiisr, a id has de voted a life-time to t&rf st.dy of Private,.. Nervous, atid 6kia Disuses, i'htt great suc cess aahie^cd by him speaks volumes, in his favour. :it is a success which is totally nu pieoedcots ?* fo...

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