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Novelist. The Rajah's Vengeance. A STORY OF INDIA. CHAPTER XI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891

I iRoveltet. The Rajah's Vengeance. ? t-SH ? ? ASTGRY OF INDIA. It FREDERICK. M. DEY. CHAPTER XL— C-oxTisrEn. We hurried alcrg over a space covering about 50 firds, when we reschcd a curtained palanquin, which Simrha signed to us to enter and in a mo ment more we were being borne rapidly off through tbe darkness. It seemed to me as though our bearers would never tire. On and oil they sped through the black darkness of that Indian night. Occasionally they would pause a moment, but only for a moment, for lh ?n they would speed on ward faster than ever. Three or four times 1 removed our masts and replenished them with leaves newly taken from the little satchel, and beyond the jolting of the palan qiin I felt no discomfort, nor did Nucha. 1 knsw by the brushing of leaves and twigs, againifc the curtains that we had passed through t wood, and by-and-bye 1 heard the sound ofrnsh isg water along our route. Next 1 ftlt that our bearers were tolling up a steep incline ; then doTrn again then...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891

Itoyal Mail Litie of Coaches. USEOHiVOaril and chilteln ijcaves Beecu worth daily at 10 a.m., re | turning fro»u Chiitjru at 3 p*m, daily, on j arrival of train troai vVodouga ''a.rriving j at Beech A'oith at (j p.m. ! TALLAMGATtA TO OORKrONG Leaves ialiaxigaita Tuesday, Ihuisday and Saturday at 5 u.tn. , returning fro in I Corrycug Monday, Wednesday and ifriday at 8 a.m. HUON' LANE KALLWaT STATION TO T ALL AN G AIT Leave TaUaugaLLa daily 10 a.m., return ing . from daonV Lane Railway fetation dai.y 3.15 p. ai. BETilANGn liJAD RAILWAY' 81'ATfoN A^\Ty BiilUANGA Leave Betuauga daily li.iJja.m., leturn ing from liethanga-road Railway -station 2.55 p.m. aUoN'ti LANE UAlLWAY SIATIoN i MI1TA iliri'A (Jjiiowy Crctk.j Leave Uuou's Lane iiauway Jscauoa. 1'ues -ia_j s ami tidturday's i).L5 a.m., letuauug from Mittri Aloud. bad TuufsdATS 6 a.m. H.UoN'6 LANli HAILWAA' tsl'AlToN AND TACKANDAiNDAa Leave Yackaudandau daily (iuuJays ex cepteo). s a.-n,, via Osoome's UTac, Ailau's b'lai una Kuwa, ret...

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Yackanadandah Warden's Court. (Before Warden Rowan.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891

cAt: '(Before Warden Rowi&n.) ; - Ah Fee and Party had applied for a water-right licence at Clear Creek, against which Britton and Party and Lynch and Party had lodged ob jections. Mr.' Ziiicke appeared'for the appli cants, and Mr.. .Perry for, tbe ob jectors. Aii Fee deposed to the pegging -out of tbe race, and giving necessary notices, &c. Held a licence (394), which has expired. The application was for a renewal of this licence, and an extension of it. He bought the ground and tail-race from Peter Wind. The additional land was thought to be bought from Peter Wind. He wanted to put them under the one licence. Lynch got his water below his tail-race. If Lynch _did not block up his tail-race he could take'' the water from where he liked. Bri^qjivWajited to run' his taalrngs fail -raff e- Ete ' tons claim^ us&J ^ ,VVL1x^usr in a. Annie terrace into the creek. On the 13th January Britton ran tailings into his~¥ace and blocked it up. 5 He complained to Britton a...

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Poetry. ON THE GOLD SEA LYING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891

Ipceiry. | THE COLD SEA LYING, ! Down in ib® yellow bay, A youth and a maiden gay, He and 1; fpon the sea the summer sleeping, Xjp to the shore the soft waves creeping, Time to our young love keeping, While hours flash by. Down in the yellow bay ? ^etnnk our ch&riefes w»y, Not he, hut I; Chill winter on the cold sea lying, TJpon the. shore the long waves sighing, Ail old crey woman crying, While hours wore by. Oli. I see the crcscent premiss of my spirit hath not yet : tacient founts of inspiration well through all my fancy yet. Texktsos. J have Ven often told That all the world grows older, And hearts and hopes to-day so cold To-morrow must be colder. — PillED.

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

JpRlVATK, NERVOUS & SKIN DISEASES, &c. Man's body, when, -tea «tridsen oy disease, I tio surely will the xuiud be ill. at eawe.' DR. FBED adllAM, Liceutiate Medical Biaird of Victoria, Licentiate Faculty of Physicians and Sur ^geons, Gla^gowJ Diploma from Dublin. {Registered by Act of Parliament iu Vic-: toria, JTew South Wales, Tasmania;, and Queeislaad), , . May be ieOusulted iat hu iElooniBj 155 ELIZABETH STltEEf, (four Doors from Bjurte-street, Mj3LBon«tK»5, on NERVOUS DEBILITY, ol'PHILITIC, CEN'ORRHCEA, & PRIVATE Di'SEAdES. Dit FRGOiSUlOIv 110 31 A NT is a legally i [ qualified Medical P»a titioner, a id has dc I voted a life-time to tue btidy of Private, ifer^ous, a id Sicin Diseases. 1'hegrtat sue cess a :in'e^ed by hiai speaks volumes in. hu j favour. ? it is a success which is totally uu precedeutei, for by his unwearied researches j i intj tne sabtie mysteries of tue bealiug art, j i he has s^ue tuouaauus ot his iellow urea- ; tares from baing hurri...

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

' pliDlGREE CARDS 1 P'infcprt atthe Yack J High-st, Yackmdandah

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Railway Time Table. FROM MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891

?- ! Railway Time Table. j FKOH MELBOURNE. a.m. p.m. p.m. Melbourne, dep. — 6.20 2.55 4.55 Seymour ... S.50 5.19 6.37 Wangaratta ... 12.15 8.59 9.16 Springs- ... 12.48 9.51 9.46 Chiltern ... 1.6. l6.ll — Barnawartha ... l.l(i 10.25 — Wodonga ? 1.40 10.50 10.23 Albury ... ... . . 1.50 11.10 10.4S a.m. a.m. a.m. Sydney, arr— 6,0 6.33 11.40 TO MELBOUfiXfi. - , a.m. a.m. 'a.m.- : Sydney, dep. — 5.15 — 9.0 ? Albuiy (Syd. time) 6.10 6.50 2.15 ! Wodonga ... 5.53 6.35 2.0 ! Barnawarfcia ... _ 7J4 3.0 j Chiltern ... — 7.30 3.16 i Springs ... 7.50 7.50 ' 3.36 ' Wangaratta ... 6.57 S. 19 4:7 j Seymour ... 9.27 11.50-7.38 | Melbourne, ar — 11.16 2.32 9.43 - MYRTLEFORD TO EVERTON. a*m. p.m . Myrtleford, dep — 5. IS 2.25 Palmerston ... .'-.31 2.38 Bo-mnan's Eorest ... 5.44 2.51 Everton, ar— ... 6.8 3.15 WODONGA TO B0LGA. a.m. a.m. p.m. Wodonga, dep,—. 6.20 10.30 2,10 East Wodonga ... 6.35 .10.45 2^20 Bethanga Road 6.55 11.5 2.36 Huon Lane . ... 7.55 11.25 2.51 Bolga, ar— ... . 7.40 12.50 3.16 B0L...

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

ifei'-;- Auctions* .--j, THIS DAT. THIS DAY. YACKANDANDAH MARKET Saturday, March 7th, 1891. J. W. THWAITES L GO., 'TXT ILL hold their next YACKAN Yf DANDAH SALE, at the Old Pound Yards, on the above date. 300 Head of Mixed Local Cattle * Forward Bullocks for Mr P. Toner. Entries received up to time of Sale. ;/_ W. THWAITES & CO., sr . Tallaxigatte. ^ ?it - FATfiHEEP. ' ^ ¥. T. MOORE & CO., 'VV7TLL hold their usual fortnightly f T Sale pi Stock on the above date, at their yards, Be^ch worth, when they will Lave their usual full supply yarded, 20 Priine Heifers and Cows from Mr H' Richardson, 41 Howgill,' Allan's Plat. 10 Prime Fat Cattle, from Mr T. Spink, Whorouly nO Prime Fat Cattle from Mr R. Kara, Wooragee. 8 Prime Fat Cattle from Mr E. _ . Greelan. Whorouly 100 Prime Wethers from Mr J. T. Mar tin, Chiltern 100 Prime Wethers from Mr R. Kain, Wooragee, 60 Prime Wethers from Mr J. Gam bold, Everton 40 Prime Lambs, from Mr Kinching ton Yackandandah. Several small lin...

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

WATERLOO HOTEL, (OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.) . flIGH STREET, YACKANDANDAH. ( flTD ESTABLISHED commercial ^ ? -n' : ? v« r SODSE.- — \ , ~ ? ,»]$ -j .vftefe 'Entrap | 'to. ^ ?; ^ i ? ^ EVERY ACCOMMODATION FOR VISITORS AND FAMILIES. A First-class Cuisine Guaranteed. Only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits kept. 'First-class Sample Room Bath, -tc. Superior Alcock's Billiard Table. Commodious Stables and. Loose Boxes. BOOKING OFFICE FOR BECK AND LOWE'S COACHES. STAR HOTEL, YACK AN DAN D AH. P. McDermott - Proprietor, DESIRFS to intimate to bis numerous friends of Yackandandah and public generally, that he has tnken the above vrell knovm hostelry, trusts by strict atten tion to the requirements of bis patrons to receiver fair sliare of support. Jii^f-cbss .Accoinmodstion for Travellers. Reft Brands of Ales. Wines and Spirits only kept. Yackandandah Shoeing Forge. M, E. dune, GENERAL BLACKSMITH. Shod with ^-featest e^aal to nW. ' „ (£- NOTE THE ADDRESS— M. E. CLTJNE ST AR^ HOTEL I ...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. REV. T. J. WRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891

CHURCH bir ENGLAND. Rev. T. J. Weight. Yackandandah, 11 a.m and 7 p.m. Hillsborough, 3p.m.

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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891

~~ ? 7j Si: ? iShurch; ? \ WoHces-, The : following are the^ service \ arrange mentajin -connection with . the Jdifferent , denominations f-Jr Saaday next:— j

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

General News. Through the Kiewa ai?d Chiltern race meeting have been fixed for the same day — 3rd April — the com mittee of the Kiewa club, to prevent clashing, have altered tbe date of their meeting to the 10th April. The n-ght o2 general entry has been. extended to Thursday, 9th April, but entries for the Hurdle Race, Kiewa Handicap and Fly:t;g Handi cap, must be in the bands of the secretary by Saturday, 27th March. The handicaps will be declared on the 3rd April. Dr. Walter, who for some time past has resided at Euvoa, but who was formerly a resident of Chiltern, last night committed suicide in a most cool and determined manner. One of the most terrible tragedies ever chronicled iu the north occurred in the little Government settlement of Gunbowie in South Australia last Sunday night. A man named Watson, an old Government employee, lost his wife about two years ago alter she had given birth to a child. Watson then married a Miss Abboit, of Adelaide, aud about the beginning of la...

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

1 FOE SALE. Bo st-LENDID 2ft.' 6in FIREW00r» dandah Park at 5s per cord for the lot, W. CALDER. TO LET. j O AA ACRES GRAND PAD- ; DOCK, well fenced, for 18 | Apply ; T. A. KNAGGS, Auctioneer, Dederang. FOR SALE OR TO LEASE. Together or separately, 17 ACRES of LAND, with— HOUSE, containing 6 rooms. CELLAR, DAIRY, & OUTHOUSES Also, VINEYARD and GRAZING PADDOCK. For particulars apply to N. MADSEN, Beechworth Road. £1 Reward. STRAYED from Huon Iiane about three months ago a GREY YEAR LING FILLY (pretty well bred) ; not branded. STEPHEN BEATTY, Huon Lane. J. HAIG, SOLE AGENT for the ' KANDY KOOLA' TEA, tins and packets, best, Is 6d to 2s per lb. WHITE SUGAR, 17s 6d to 20s per bag. HAIG -& SONS', Glen Creek Roller Flour Mills, Dederang. Flour ... ... 19s per bag. Bran ... ... 8d per bushel. Pollard ... ... lOd per bushel. A.O.F. Court Greenwood, No. 4698, YACKANDANDAH. 26th ] Anniversary f 26th 26th 3 Anniversary ( 26th B A L L -a® TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY, March 17, 1891, IK...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891

Sporting. St. Legbr Day. — The racing on the first day of tbe V.R.C Autumn meeting was quite worthy of the importance of the occasion. For tht first event, the Hopeful Stakes, backers picked a winner in Albe marle, a game chestnut colt, who never put the issue in doubt, though Bel G-ornio who finished second, came fast at the close, For the St. Lemr The Admiral urae o strong favourite, and the finish was appro | priateJy fought out by the Derby winners, Gibraltar beating The A.dmiral by a nose. The Newmarket Handicap was scarcely worthy of being called a race. Bungebah, the favourite, got off with the lead, and never allowing anything to show in front of him, won with ridiculous ease, the other placed horses being Matador and Deerswood. In the Ascotvale Stakes Stroinboli was heavily backed, but though looking well he apparently sulked in the race, aud was handsomely beaten by Pen ance, who carried a penalty. The contest for the Essendon Stakes was only interest ing in that it furnis...

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891

Jiifle Shooting. On Saturday the return match 'between married and single took place at the local butts, but the bachelors again proved too good. -The shooting on the whole was not so good as the previous week. It was also decided before the match that the losers should provide a trophy, ?val led at £1 Is, to be fired for, so tin: the mamed meri - have to do the -£ a liable' in this respect. It will be slio- for next Saturday. individually Appended ar? Saturday's scores : — Bachelors. — ? : £00yds. 500yds. 6,0yds. Total. Dickson 2L 16 ' 15 - 5i J. Mo' -ueux 18 IS 15 4S Wrig-s 17 16 1! 46 jBaass- 16 , 14 14 44 Priestly 16 15 10 41 ? ? -Mueller - - ? l« IS ? ?- «» 41 GandTjtal 272 MaRUI 1 D. .'. :? '...' ? Diiusfcati 2 » 16 19 ' 55 M lys eux 16 14 4 - 34 Hatter-l'y 16 9 16 \|j Hayward 16 6 .6 28 0-1 'er _ * 12 Mo re 16 . u 0 Gra d Total 19i : * Did oo$ it ff-c q

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Sandy Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891

Sandy Creek. ? :o: ? {From Our Own Correspondent.) I am glad to note the Shire Council have at last resolved to mend our roads having passed a motion to that effect last meeting ; thanks to Crs. .Street, and Robinson. At present ackey.are in a most disgraceful state, satid strangers tell us we have the -worst roads to be found anywhere. The residents of Sandv Creek have .'ho reason to be proud of the new -herdsman of the common. It has always been understood that a new 'broom sweeps clean, but evidently .'there are exceptions even to this rule as our new broom will not sweep at all, the consequence being that, tres passers on the common are plentiful, c and the outlook for winter is ' any - thing bu t pleasant for those persons ; who have not paddocks for their i-jattle. Are the managers immov able, or are they playing in to the hands of the large landholders, whose cattle are to be found everywhere ?

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SPORTS. (From Our Own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891

I SPORTS. ? (Prom Our Own Correspondent.) IKe following are tbe results of tbe shorts, ®reH. McGowau, Clmsiu. and Martin judges., aud Mr J. Bv-low stirter. ,e ^atid'cappeis were Me-srs A. Stoue, cGowaaand Wate»-son. Opes Handicap, 100 yds, 1st. prize 10s ; !s-— H. (Ji'n jin, 20 yds, 1 ; G. Wil e, lo yds, 2. L. Crawfurd 16 yds, itersoa 16 yds, John Piie-t'.y 12yds, igess 12 yds, J Buckley 10 yds, J. JQ 10 yds, J. Shannon 10 yds. 6. on 8 yds, C. Mummery 5yds, A. J i-cr. also competed. - Rack, under 16. — E. Bigelow, 1 ; 'chinaton, 2 ; O. Bren-ted', 3. ?SBOfiODGH Handicap, 130 yds, 1st ^ 5s; 2nd 10s; 3rd 5J. Nomin- i Is 6d ; accept-mce Is. First Hea»,T— 10®a¥, 10 yos, 1 ; J. Johnston, 1 uyOs, Johnstou, 5 yds J. Shannon, 8 yds, ; W-G. Wilbeifo»ce, 8yds. 1 ; J. 10 yd-, 2 ; E. Johncton 12 yds, 12 yds, also started, oeat— C. Foster, 18 yds, 1 ; J -hn ; J 12yds 2 ; C. Mummery 2yds, j 8 yds, being the other competitors. ; 1 Heat — John Priestly 1 ; G. A, {orce 2 ; J. Johnson, 3. Step and Jum...

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Kergunyah South. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891

Kergunyah South. (From Our Own Correspondent.) It is with deep regret I have to record the death of an old and respected resident of Kergunyah, in the person of Mr John sou, as I believe the late gentleman had suffered intensely for the past few months. In spite of all the medical aid that could be rendered he passed quietlv awav on Fridav. the 27th, and his remains were interred in the Yackandandah cemetery on Sunday, being followed to his last resting place by a large assemblage, in fact k was one of j largest ever witnessed in this locality there being close upon 20 buggies and 70 horsemen in the procession. Great sympathy is felt for Mrs Johnson and her relatives. The burial service was read by the Rev. Mr Wright in a most impres sive manner, and a pin could have been heard drop the whole of the time during the sermon, which touched the hearts of all who were present. The warm weather we have been ex periencing lately has had an effect ou the forests, or the high grounds, as tbe...

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TAWANGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891

TA WAJTG-A. I ? :0: ? Threshing operations are being pro ceeded with in the Tawanga district, Schultze's machine from Barnawartha being in that locality. There are some very good crops, but some poor ones also owing to excessive moisture. The Bright cricketers visited Tawanga on Friday, the 27th, for tbe purpose of trying conclusions with the local men. They succeeded in defeating Tawanga by five wickets. Prospecting is still being proceeded with on the newly-discovered gold field. A number of men have come lrora other districts, but the majority left soon alter they came, with but a small opinion of the reefs. However1 this cannot be accepted as a criterion of tbe value of the discoveries, for a trial alone will do this. There are a few doing work, but others are awaiting the erection of Biddington's mill before starting to haul out stone, and in the meantime are continuing their prospecting in the hopes of finding something good. Mongan and Morrison are on a good reef, and are put...

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POLICE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 7 March 1891

POLICE. CO CRTS. YACKANDANDAH — Mondays, 11 o'clock on February 2, March 2, April 13 May 14, Jane I, July 6, August 10 September 7, October 12, November 2 and December 14. ' A railway porter at Ar mdale, N.S W shot a German named Schenker in the groin on Moaday. The injured man is not (expected to recover. ; The ' London Daily Chronicle ' states jthat owing to tbe agitation for the removal iof Sir James Stephen from ~tbe judicial bench on account of his eccentricities, there is every probability rot the Maybrick case being re-opened. It is held that Mrs Maybrick, who was sentenced to death by Sir James Stephen, but reprieved, was found guilty of tbe murder^f-herlmsband by imcdirecjtion of ^be judge* : 1 , The murderer of theold couple at Nar GAZETTE— Ladles -LTA and Gsut emeu ane re-jiie*ted t- write for this j umal. Posted free, under cover Encl ose *fcv»p for jepiy. Office— 53 Res' skll St kkt, Melboitrke.

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