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Lecture at Wooragee. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 February 1891
I Lecture at Wooragee. The Rev. J. Tx*eddinnick delivered an interesting lecture at Wooraaree 011 Monday evening, in aid of the Beechworth circuit funds. The Rev. Osborne of Beechworth as clergvman of the circuit was present and occu pied the chair. Miss Nette and the Misses Tredinnick were also pi*esent ? to intersperse the lecture with seusrs. ? The proceedings were opened with H fining snd prayer, after which Miss H 5fette gave a sacred song ' Evanare ? The Rev. J. Tredinnick then gave J H the first portion of his lecture on I Billv Bray. He gave an outline of H the life of the wonderful and eccentric H individual, from which it appears B that as a lad Billy was what was H ^rmed by Cornishmen ' a Nut. ' H and narrowly escaped getting into B He was also addicted to drink, B and his wife (for he married) had a few miserable years with him. Billy H 'Was over thirty years of ape when he B j??*- converted, and this change made aim as much an enthusiast in the canse of righteousness as...
THE MINISTERIAL VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 February 1891
The ' MlNtSTEBIAL VI8IT. Of course it is rather early to predict what will lie the outcome of the recent visit of the Minister of Mines to Yackan'dandah and the district generally, but we have hopes that our Mining interests will beihb giainer - th^ereby. - Mr. - Outtrim ap pfe^:to jte a live ' MMister, and' | bfeii^ ' /tfeli experienced : ia miTiing j ^ht^laee^ ifie tie.salso j a r gentleman calc«ilated . to ; gain haps J fail, -for easting -aside any; ostentatious display he makes ;? Jiifi companyfeel that h,e is one of them, and that he - is desirous of working and legislating for their benefit. The uosit of this week was MrOut — — ; ? . -.4$, trim's first Ao ihe district^ aiidj a ^ though tile faces |of the coiinciUoi»s | and townsmen were ^strange to Junv | he soon succeeded in making him self thoroughly at home with them, and gave a ready ear to all t eii , requests. Mr Foster remarked at : the banquet to the effect that the ; recent Government did not recognise j the importan...
WESLEYAN CHURCH REV. TREDINNICK [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 February 1891
WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. Tbedinkick Buffalo, 11 a.m Stoney Creek, 3 p.ra ' Myrtleford, 7 p,m Yackandandah, 11 a.tn., and 7 p.m, Mr Bowie, of Beechworth. ijWs PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. ( With Supplement .) SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1891.
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 February 1891
. \ } Getieral 'News, ' IO? 1 1 Mr R. Gl Fuller, solicitor, au old resi dent of Seyniour, was on Saturday morn - found dead iou the bank ol the : Goulburn uear the to^Tiship. There was a gnnshot wound in the regipTi of his heart, which ] had. -evideiitlyl' caused immediate death. Suicide was returued at the inquest. I The Railway Commissioners are ; about to close the line of Railway, 16| miles in length, betyreen Pen hurst and Dunkeld, because £3000 per annum is being lost by keeping it open.- ? . A Railway employe named Wil liam Campbell shot his wife at about 7 o'clock on Friday night 20th, and then shot himself with a re volver, at' a gatehouse about one mile, from Broadford. Campbell fired three shots at his wife all of which took effect. The doctors are still unable to extract one of the bullets, which penetrated , the woman's back. Campbell put the revolver to his head, and the ball penetrated his bra in. He lingered until midnight. Mrs Campbell is in a very precarious state,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 February 1891
Egyptian Eve Sai,vis is the only cer tain remedy for. Sandy Blight and all diseases of the ^es -oir 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- jing powers different from all dther oirit 'ments. All sufferers ate recommended to try it, as it never fails in working a speedy and complete '-cur(e, and testimonials telling [pf its miraculous -properties have been re- , ceived from all parts of the rtorld. .The genuine is protected by a Black Pyramid Trade Mark, and is now -obtainable of all chemists in Australia -at Is 6d per box. Agent for Yackandandah, M. S. ROM'S. — AdvL '
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 February 1891
( y GAZETTE. [?] to Henry vTir^binsonjiCii^igiewa, 87a 3r 1 Beiiilibia Simon tofeorie Stephens, Yackandandah, 305a, parish of ITackandapiiali. Renewal ^fvti-^n^ Rbodes, taigee \L ,'J ' ' * 1 ' Mining ' lieges defclared void — G. A Gardiner, 113a 2r 29p, Yackandan dah ; same, 186a Or 15p, Yackandandah ; tniaerk! ; Jeases, , J t H. Catou, 393a 3r 2Ip. Mount Cudgewa.— \ ~ Applications for' Gold Mining- Leases and Mineral Leases — Beechworth mining district, T. Scott, -' The Pioneer Sluicing ?Co.' 20a -2r. ^5p Thornton ;; F. ,^S. Wheeler and anotlier, ' Loy la Gpld Alin ing Co.1' 16a Ir, at Loyolj. A: Schmeidt, u Maliia G. M. Co., Uo Liability,' 7a Or 8p, atjieadof B. B. Creek; A. Schmeidt, l- Ne\V Canadian,' 28a 3r 26p, at B. B. Creek ; G. T. LIoyd,30a 2r 14p, at Glen Applications for grants'approved—i Ved. Roper, 12a 3r 6p. M ul li n do 1 i u ffong : Wm. Carroll, ,;6a j^r'21p| 6ar widgee. J *. ^ Grazing areas -available— 609a,- allot. 60, parish of Edij Wudty ^l^Delatafe.
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 28 February 1891
Local anfl General. | Fourth Page. — On our Fourth Page ; will be found the twenty-sixth annual re port of the Ovens and Murray branch of the Ancient Order of Foresters ; c report of ! cricket ihatch between 'Tawonga and Dede- ' rang j Gazette notices, and items of general news. '' . ' ' Sandy Greek.— Our Sandy Cr^k cor respondendent reports tbe following crush - ings at Moore's mill ; —Moore 20 tons for 20 ozs-;'BarteHs and Fairbaim, 13 tons fo* 27 ozs , from the Rainbow Reef-; Mc4 Glenchy 16 tons for 12'ozs. ' ' Tjbndebs. — In another column Mr R, Calder invites tenders for the purchase of his stock -in -trade - at Yackandandah, the tenders being returnable at 12 o'clock on Match Mr— Oalder also announces an auction spile of . furniture, &c., at a date to be advertised in a future issue, Sale.— Messrs J. W. Thwaites & Co. will hold their next stock sale at Yackan dandah on Saturday, Mai-ch 7th. Early Police OouRT.iSAt the Police Court on:: Monday there were only tw...
Not Generally Known. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891
I Kot Generally Known. ? ? ? Standing by a friend, the other day, I ex pressed a wish to know which point was the north. He at once pulled out his watch, looked at it, and pointed to the north. I i asked him whether he had a compass at tached to his cratch. *« AU watches,' he re- ' plied, ' are compasses.' Then he explained to me how this was. Point the hour hand ; .to the sun, and the south is exactly half war oetwecn the hour and the figure twelve on ! the watch. For instance, suppose that it is j four o'clock. Point the band indicating ! four to the sun and two on the watch is j exactly south. Suppose that it is eight o'clock ; point the hand indicating eight' to I the sun, and the figure ten on the watch is ! due south. My friend was quite surprised j that I did not know this, but I feel sure that ! many share my ignorance.
A Balloon Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891
A B&lfoon Accident An ascension of the balloon Pairie place from the Avjenue de la P'fcrlse^ Paris, at Courbevoic. at four o cloc* one afternoon. Mr: TauTLeprince, the «'»»«£ and Mr. George Dommt, one of Ins friin ? , both nineteen years ot age, were im the ca^ The asccnt was very rapid. The speclat who were present saw the balloon - suddenly a peculiar shape. First it flattened out, then it assumed tne snape ui a then that of a ball. They su pposed at first that the balloon was a dirigible airship , but the real facts became apparent by the ! swaying of tbe balloon, ana then b- the awful drop that followed. «- The balloon has burst, and tbe poor un fortunate are lost !' cried tbe spec tatois. This is what took place as bv Mr. Paul L-prince, who baa been good enough to give us the facts of the CaThere was nothing unusual about the in flating operations. For a moment, however, ? Ktt thp wind asainst tnenauoouwao ?? r o 1 utiiaby a branch of acacias which had pene trated the i...
The Inner Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891
[?] ^&o yatiea^with^ ^ts^temperfttfcre, being greater when the air is warm, greater in Summer than in Winter and greater m * warm than a,cold climatc. . The relative humidity exercises a powerful influence upon nr-/i life. It is a well known fact that tbe inhabitants of a dry climate are SSHnStSloS Ancestors. SAagintweit, a German, who travelled extensively in this country, notes this peculiarity, asserting that we prood of the leanness of onr women; Ac cording to Pettenkofer and Voit, the human body exhales from the lungs and skin twenty eight ohnces in twenty-four hours and of this a little.cver seventeen onnces is f rorn the «v?n alone and, aa the amount exhaled sl^kssnlssJ'1 Hence Buch climates, although admirably adapted to tbe treatment of pulmonary diseases, are contra-indicated in many nervous sffectionB. 'This effect is evolved even in healthy persons on their re moving to a dry climate, or to one of con siderable elevation and exhibits itself in a certain degree of...
One Night of Horror. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891
One Night of Horror, j One night I went tobed with glossy Iro-xxi hair, and the face of a girl.of eighteen ifitxt morning I left my room with er a#, gray as it is now, though forty t«o yi:-ra have passed away since then. In one night an awful horror struck me suddenly with the weight of scores of yc!''8» .... My father was a Mr. Harriot, a snip broker, who lived in Russell square with his family, consisting of my mother and four children, of whom I was the eldest. One morning, in December of 1842, while we were sitting at breakfast, my mother re marked, as she finished reading a letter which had just been delivered : ' It's from Judith. She wants Ellen to go and stay a month at The Willows. But I do not like the idea. She never even called on us when she came back to England last summer. Besides, we have known almost nothing of her for tbese years past.' 'Ob, I should like immeusely to see about ' twenty Bbe married a German baron who ' was a professor in a university. Why it was no...
The Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891
Thc Home, - ; j T ? ...» WW ? . . . Jennie June's- Opinions.—' TJa® journalism there are few harder -things that acirloantry, it instead of confining herself to occaeiohal fashion notes and gocsip corre spondence. she takes a place on the regalar staff of a paper and ehouldera some of the serious work cf /journalism. jror tne uve years thai Lwas on the weekly and Sunday Times the Itsff never exceeded three, and lor the most part included only two persons. That was in war times, too, when people ^ex pected a good deal of life and fire from their papers. Between us we wrote the whole sheet except the weekly short story. 'I was the exchange editor, the dramatxo critic, the mnsioal critic and the hook reviewer. I never turned in less than two columns, broad columns they were too, of editorials and another column and a half of minion editorial sketches of politicians and generals. With all this I kept np a column best .than in its won* sense— and book-re- i rawing. It happens often enoug...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891
I ? 'a'-~ ' ' '? ' _ 1 ; u ; ;- sji''' ? sir* : ; THE Yackandandah - TIMES Poblished every Saturday, In time for early mails, I ? ' ' I V ? j DOTSTA2? & MrXAV. _ Proprietors. ?*1^HE YACKANDANDAH TIMES -1- circulates throughout the whole of the Yackandandah Shire, and in theTowong, Beeech worth, and Bright Shires. A SUPPLEMENT, containing 14 columns of interesting reading matter o o is published with each issue. The TIMES is published so as to reach all the outlying districts on Saturdays, and it contains the Latest Local and General News. ' - Its columns contain the Latest information relative to Stock and Station Markets. The wants of the Agriculturalists receive careful consideration. Every encouragement is given to Mining in the hope that- the reports may be the medium of infusing more life into the industry — especi- ally considering our mining resources, practically undeveloped. All classes and creeds have a.n im partial news and advertising medium in the YACKANDANDAH T...
Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891
; ..V - ' ' ' . Interesting Items. ^ . i ,:??;? . There are 6 Ml savings banks in India, comprising 431 .840 accounts. I * Montana claims to^ave the largest and liaest jasper quarries in the world, recently ! -r. discovered. finrmmiv emnloVB 5.500,000 womenin industrial pursuits. i In digging a well near Pullman, Wash- J ington, a farmer discovered a rich bed ot opals. The Sultan conferred the Grand Cordon of the Medjidieh Order upon Dr- Koch. Heligoland has a national debt of £10. The revenue is between £8000 and 19000. A woman in Boston has invented ashoe sewing machine, and sold he* patent for It-is «? fafctr esiahlishedupon the authority j of travellers in different parts of the world, that stammering is almost unknown among savage tribes. In 1890 Englishmen raised and expended no less tban £1,301,306 for the promotion of Christianity in ' darkest heathendom.' Bishop Blythei Of Jerusalem, says there are now in Palestine -nearly 70 000 Jews, whereas in 18S3 there were only 23,000...
Melbourne Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891
;s MipJhourne Items. ? ???. — ? ? — :u; ? ? ? There is much speculation mjfel bourne, Sydney, 2a^d;f3jondon, jas to what, was the real amount sent to Ahstedia during the late strike. h.&& and .^^SMHc£ .Sam- mbl^ ^l4^0'0^but 'al! ffliftt Icanj be reaiF^fehntya f -Sr is ^6,478^. 1 . v . , 1. . k ? j__ja IteaviBg 3^0,0252 to oe accoamea io^; Fitzgerald, rwhen jn London, tried his best tb Sud'ont whisre the balance was to. Th6 question is — tfid it go anywhere ; ^^Yas it not all ' bounce, lihe many other , statements as to money rolling into already plethoric Icoflei&F^In other words, was not the £14,090 an invention to mislead employers F ; ? I ' For dowm-ight indolence — call it laziness if you like — commend me to the. &Arera^e Government . servant. Before he enters the service he will work as hard as another man — per- haps because he is compelled to — but let him once get into a ' Govern |nent billet 'and he becomes a changed man. ? It cOsts him more...
Commercial. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891
Commercial. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT Fat Cattle; —2100 yar-led, comprising 300 from New South Wales, 1000 from North extern district, 500 from Gippslani, 100 from westward, and the ; remainder fixtm north-western . and local ? paddocks. The middling , * .. 1' Fat Lambs.— 6,500 were penned. For best descriptions the demand was weaker, while other sorts were difficult to quit at lower rates. Prime sold at from 8 s 6d to 10s., a few extra from lis. to ll«. 6d.,good sold at from 6s. 6d. to 7s. 6d., middling and inferior 4s. Fat Sheep. — 26, 000 yarded, consisting chiefly of middling descripttous. Owing to some of the largest buyers having sheep en hand the yarding of good to prime qualities proved ample for trade require ments, and for such tbe demand was with out animation at about former quotations, while other soits met a dragging sale at extremely low rates. Prime crossbred wethers from 12s to 13s, a few extra do. do. from 13s 6d to 14s, prime crossbred ewes from 10s to lis 6d, a...
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891
GAZETTE. ? — ; -Tames Dickenson pointed Mining Registrar, for. .. the . Mitta Mitta Sousli 'Sub-division of djbe ^ «ephw|Orth ^J^ang disl^ictl^c©. ^F.' Lake re^i^hid,^ appoititnienV4 * ? -dafce-foom ? ? Contract;- accepted — 'Erectum* ofl * 'Tallangatta Iinlfej -Is57§ A^aerson -and McLennan. ^ ^ Impounded at Wodonga — l chesfc '7 ^l^'#OTle;5harke(i5 neai i ««®fiar^hoaldfir*»«ra!lc,,iiay*jnai^e, saddle znarfced, little white fore feet, like off shonlder, &M near shoulder*
BURNING OFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891
Burning Off. The proceedings at the Yackandandali Police Court on Monday in respect to the burning off of the rubbish, on the race-course reT serve. Dederang, were such as to be calculated to cause farmers and others to cogitate. It serves to show how easy it is for a constable to obtain a verdict, for in tbe face of so many disastrous bush, fires of late the Chief Commissioner of Police Tias issirect special instructions with regard there to, whilst the magistrates are so im pressedwiththe that . many of -c&n-be^expected atiheir hands. Of course, the, object in view is to reduce the risks by fire, to ensure 'more care, and to endeavor to have tbe section bearing upon the subject in the Police Offences Statute strictly adhered to — a very commendable motive. The section in question makes leaving fire unextinguished on any property an offence if the following provisions have not been complied with : — . . Cleared of inflammable substance, a space of land around the straw, stu...
AUNT CYNTHIA'S PRIZE PEACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891
r: — ? ? ^ ? AUNT CYNTHIA'S PRIZE PEACH. ? ? — — . — . — , — Bt A. TEMPLE BELLE W. Miss Euderbnry'd mantelpiece was always a matter of cariosity and pleasure to her i namerous nephswe and nieces ; each sepa | rate article npon it possessed a charm in - their eyes, hut the most charming of all was an ordinary piokle jar with one solitary peBch repoBing in a sea of syrup at the bottom. - then, vhen all had left the room, she wonld : stand with clasped bands gazing tenderly at the jar, and sigh fearfully, ' No one shall ever know.' However, I, of course, am a privileged per son, and may aa well tell all about it first as last. Years ago, when Miss Enderbnry wss a pretty girl, and the ringlets were thick and not corkserewy, an admirer of here, a hand some young horticulturist, had given her s peach— one of the very peaches that had taken the prize at the grand chow in the neighbourhood — and she had promised him and vowed to herseH to cherish it forever; and the next moining, in dainty ...