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GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 March 1891

GAZETTE. ? ? l Application not granted. — Mary Mc Mabon, 3 acres, Tangambalanga. Grazing areas available — Benambra, parish of Omeo, 1000 acres, formerly re commended to Robert Araham. 850 acres Benambra, parish of Dartella, formerly re oom mended to J. W. Organ. Applications for grants approved — J. D. Richards, Freeburgh, 19a 3r 39p ; S. Coulson, Tangambalanga, 10a 2r 34p. Application for licences approved. — Amelia E. Maddock, Tangambalanga, 145a.; Louisa Rhodes, Tangambalanga, 71 5a.; Christian Larsen, Mitta Mitta, 345a.; Racbael Card well, Mitta Mitta, 328a ; James Burke, Wooragee, 422a. Contracts accepted — Supply of telegraph poles for Yackandandah and Beechworth line, £79 3s, Nelson and Faulds. Application for Mineral lease refused — Beechworth district, Mitta Mitta division — J. H. W. Shorp, 85 acres. Bethanga. Applications for Gold Mining Leases and Mineral Leases about to be granted — Beechworth district — H. Briddon and another, 19a 2r 21 p, Stoney Creek. D. McAlpine, 8a...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 March 1891

Church Notices. j The following are the service arrange- I ments in counection with the different denominations for Sunday next: — PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rey. D. Millar. -Yackandandah, II a.m. and 7 p.m.

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CRICKET. HILLSBOROUGH v. TWIST CREEK [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 March 1891

CBICKET. ? .U. 1 HILLSBOROUGH v. TWIST CREEK A very enjoyable and interesting game was played between the Hills borough Cricket Club and the employees from Wilberlorce's Bros. ' Homeward Bound reef,' at Twist's Creek. Considerable interest was jLua.xiu.es ixl tut; jji'uueeaings as both teams were considered equal. Bigelow captained the locals while G. A. Wilberforce did likewise for the visitors, Hillsborough went first to the wickets and things looked rather blue (three wickets for one run), Finnie came to the rescue and played an admirable innings for 25 ; none of the others troubled the bowlers and the innings closed for 50. Owing to the excellent bowling of Finnie, Twist Creek were disposed of for 28, Hillsborough in their second innings compiled 76. Bigelow 27, Trezise 18 batted first-class never giving a single chance. Twist Creek fared better in the second innings making 73. Walter Wilberforce 20, G. Wilberforce 16, G\ Crawford 12, batted well, Hills borough thus wanning by 2...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. REV. T. J. WRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 March 1891

CHURCH of ENGLAND. Rev. T. J. Wright. Yackandandah, 11 a.m and 7 p.m. Allan's Flat, 3 p.m.

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Water Rights at Clear Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 March 1891

Water Bights at dear Creek. ?r-» ? The following is the decision of Mr Warden Rowan in the case of Britton v.- Lip Wing, heard in the Yackan dandah Warden's Court on Monday, 2nd instant : — ' This is an application by Lip Wing and party for a license under tbe Water xtignt Jttegulations, the locality being Clear Creek, Yack andandah. The granting of it is op posed by George Britton and party on tbe ground that, if granted, it would have tbe effect of closing the outlet of their tailings, and would practically prevent them from work ing their claim. The application is also objected to by Thomas Lynch and party on somewhat similar grounds. From the evidence given before me at tbe court of inquiry held at Yackandandah on the 2nd inst., it appears that Lip Wing aud party held portion ot the tail-race now applied for under Water Right License No. 394 (which has expired by effluxion of time), and the re mainder of tbe tail-race was acquired by purchase from one Peter Witt. The Chinese are...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH REV. TREDINNICK [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 March 1891

WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. Tbedinnick Murmungee, 3 p.m. Mj'rtleford, 7 p.m. ' PUBLISHED EVERY SATCTRDAY. ' SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1891.

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Beechworth—Mining Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 March 1891

Secchivo rth — 3Iin£aiff Board. .U. ? mfeetittg* 3jody was held -on* 'Tuesday; j ; - ; There i were present Messrs Mongan, Smart, Row ley, Jones, 'Eeane, Little, Murphy,:* Turnbull and Barrass. The clerk read -the declaration of the return i no- officer that Messrs Jones, Traul sen, Keane and Rowley had been duly elected members of the. board and they took' their seats. ' Mr 'Lawrence Murphy was unanimously elected chairman for the ensuing year. This geritliemah took the chair,' and re turned thanks for the honour, expres sing the hope that it would not be the last year of the board's existence, although some people might, think so. The usual preliminary business hav ing been gone through, tbe board dealt with several applications for selections in the district. The follow ing were held over for inspection and report by tbe local members : — F. Samblebe and family, Mrs Croom, 'W. York, and P. Landrigan, all of Lower Three-Mile Creek. The appli cations of Mrs Larkin, Buffalo; John O'...

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

Auctions. T. A. Knaggs, AUOTIOJfE£l^,_ . ? ? ? J HAS Several Valuable Properties fpjf Private Sale Id various parts of tire. Kiewa and Ovens River Districts. ^ REGULAR SALES of LIVJS STOCK held in MYRTLEFORD EVERT ALTERNATE TUESDAY., i SALE BY AUCTION, WEDNESDAY, .fW 3LARCH18, 1891. / . (Day Before Council Day) At One o'clock sharp, v HORSES, SPRING CARTS, Single & Double Harness. LADIES' AND GENT'S RIDING SADDLES, Household Furniture, &c. T. A. KNAGGS, Under instructions from Air W. Calder, who is leaving the colony will sell as above — PARLOR — Large Sideboard, Lino leum, Chairs, Large Cedar Table, Oil Paintings and Oleographs, Fender and Irons. BEDROOM No. 1— Half-tester j Massive Bedstead, 6ft. 6in. x 4ft. 6in. ; Wire Mattrass, Chest of Drawers, Tables, Wash-stand and Ware, Marble-top Wash stand, Linoleum, Fire Screen, Ac. BEDROOM Wo. 2 — Two Single Bedsteads, Wire Mattrasses, Bedding, Wash-stands and Ware, Dressing Tables, Double Cot. DINING ROOM — Table, Safes,...

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

jB^fgELOO HOTEL, ^E^pposite ™ fost office.) HQ slfefBT, YACKANDANDAH. | lH ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL Ktflgtra - Proprietor. liM^-S^Lw' thaiiks - to the Public ?oSSm strict utteiitioii to. |B§riiements to receive a fair measure H^wRY ACCOMMODATION FOR ^fclSITOBS AND FAMILIES. SB-irst-ciass Cuisine Guaranteed. Utbe Best Brands of Ales, Wines and ^Mi-class Sample Room Bath, &c. fij^Bnperior Alcock's Billiard Table. ^^?nodious Stables and Loose Boxes. ftryn OFFICE FOR BECK AND LOWE'S COACHES. '»ar hotel, --~B yackandandah. ^?ffcDermott - Proprietor, M^BIRES to intimate to his numerous ^^Briends of Yackandandah and public C^Blly,fthat he has taken tbe above well hostelry, and trusts by strict atten ' tbe requirements of his patrons to fair share of support. ' f^Bjlass Accommodation for Travellers. jU^Bfest Brands of Ales. Wines and uHckandandah Shoeing St. E. Cluue, |Hebal blacksmith. JHs Shod with greatest care and |^My Description of Smith work fj^H neatly executed. i^Hnds of Mini...

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COUNTY COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 March 1891

COUNTY COURTS. The following are the County Court fix tures : — ' Yackandandali — Wednesday, July 22. Wodonga— Wednesday, April 22. Beech worth — Wednesday, May 6. Courts of Mines will be held on the same dates as appointed for holding County Courts.

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POLICE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 March 1891

POLICE. COURTS. 1£t Rowan's appoint ments, at the .undermentioned Courts dur ing 'the year. He will also attend addi tional, days when practicable ; — ..... YACKANDANDAH — Mondays, 11 ; o'clock on February 2, March 2, April IB : May ip 'Juab 1, 3Tufyl 'August |10„ ; September 7, October1 12, November 2, | and December 14. MITTA MITT A.— 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 5. Ma. PERRY, of Beech worth, will visit Yackandandali, on the dates: appointed by the Police Court Magistrate.

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WAYSIDE JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 March 1891

WAXsjooM Jottings. ' J ' ' ~n * ? ^ ? ? ? [?] The d^tnet yhas been greatly favored of We m t-egard to ^-parli&nebtary ' visitors. First: we had Mr Outtrim, Minister : of Mines, amongst us, as well as Mr Howitt, secmaiy ior Iffines -; Dr L. t. Suilth. and then Mr Craven. * * . * . » - ... _ Tbe only regret was the clashing of the tea-meeting wlth the banquet. The Church of England public meeting was being held in the Shire-ball at the same time as the banquet was taking place in the Council Chambers. One or two amusing episodes occurred in consequence. Mr Craven in responding to the toast of the Parliament [ of Victoria, had occasion to 'refer to his action in connection with the late govern ment, and whilst eulogising their actions as to this district, a burst of applause emanated from the adjoining hall. j ♦ # * # # j The Railway Commissioners had some j comical customers to contend with ; but . in this direction Mudgegonga took the : palm. Mudgegonga also made its name ' i...

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Sporting. ALBURY ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 March 1891

I Sporting. I ALBURY annual races. The following acceptances hsve been iwrived for the above races, which take place on the 17th and 18th March : — Horple Race. — Buzzard, list 61b ?; Frantic, list 61b: Trickett, lOst 131 h ; John. lOst 9lb; Myrtle, lOst 5!b ; Motv Heart, lOst ; Sir Giles. lOst ; OnMidhaum. 9st 12lb; Mabel (Paton's). wt loih ; Whitefoot. 9st 71b; Delhi, 9st The Jcker, 9st 41 1». Alburt r up. — PaVeba, 9st 81b ; Steel 8st 1 21b ; Referee, 8st 51h ; Wabba , 41b ; Mildred. 8st 41*-; Glenloth, 7st J0'- : AW, 7st 81b; Killaloe (Pepper's), St ; Strike 8 Light, 7ft 71b ; Con nor. 7ft 4lb ; Fireman. 7st 4lb ; Sand i .l^nwsiewinp, 6st 131b; Mabel, ^ ^Atrk-k's Handicap, of 75 sovs. — j^^®r~9ft~~8itr; -Rteel Arrow, 8st 121b t 8**61b ; Referee, Sst glb ; Wabba, Mildred, 8st 4!b'; Glenlrtfli, ftt; Slh . ^ J Stn*M» ^ ' ?p- * 7st 71b ; Conductor, 7st' 41b' ; 41b ; Juan, 7st lib ; Firet -JS?8!?* -1$ Mabel iPaWs), 6st 101b. _^*KSPtEtaiASE. - Tricki'tt. list 71b ; | .ftSiTO ' IOst i ...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 March 1891

[?] ^Jpteiitoportaat evi^ J 4o i|e acquirement of lan^i purposes was given on ©? before the Parliamentary?® Committee by Mr. B G0^* valuer in the service of T* department. Mr. Cowdero/^ the commissioners often ti/ than the market value f0S perty, and valuations were high scale so as to avoid tb of litigation. At BeectworiJI of a vineyard were oncer^ the commissioners which was refused. The djl taken before the oi-dma^ the local police magisfcute umpire, whilst the aaeai^ district in the Legislative i 'was solicitor, and the memk Legislative Council was tj^ for the complainant. Insfce«j ing to pay £400, the departJ held liable for £800, besij^l They actually paid for the ^ more than the value of property. At the time a there was iu the market at ] acre. ' J- b.6 second u«iy § TBiCiBp I Towong Jockey Clnb ^J||| Corryong on Friday, 6th, as follows : — Hurdles, Pavotls J5 and Cyclone a dead keat place. Foal -Stakes, IndilsreH 2nd, Wai'brook 3. Tovrong gJK Glenloth 1st, S^arpshoo^B Mabel...

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WHEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 March 1891

WHEAT MARKET. I The home wheat market is evident ly steadying again, and prices obtained for Victorian cargoes are a shade eaiser. Taking freight «.t35s per .ton the prices find their full equivalent in 3s. 8|d. to 3s. 9 jd., f o.b., Melbourne or say on the average 3s. 9d. In the Melbourne market some small parcels have been sold privately at 3s. 8H to 3s. 9d. ex rails, and at the close there are still buyers at these prices Tl,« ? : ? .f *i ? . . ouei-iugs oi w uea.Tr at auction com prised 2,793 bags, for which there was good competition, 2,132 bags being sold | 554 bags'of good milling fetchea 3s. 9d., 282 bags fair milling 3s. 7d. to 3s. 8|d., 433 bags medium and off 3s. 4d. to 3s. 5|d. and 408 bags inferior and weevily 3s. Id. to 3s. 2|d. Owing to the adfanfce in; wli&itTand the excellent demand for flour, the town millers itave raised their mini- ' mum price for town roller to £9 5s. Some of the samples of malting barley now coming forward from the country are of better...

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Yackandandah Hand of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 March 1891

Tafia v-lanrlah Band of Hope. A public meeting was held in the Shire-hall. Yackandandah, on Wed nesday. 4th March, which was as usual replete with interest all through. The large audience was delighted with the manner in which the young ladies aud younsr men ac quitted themselves m taking their parts in the dialogues. They are a credit to Yackandandah, and while young: in years, they are energetic workers. Mr. F. Moore, sen., did his part well. The chair was occupied bv Mr. Nette, sen., who proved him self to be the right man in the right place, his remark? being to the point. A dialogue 'Toddle's Visit' took well, in whicli Miss E. Tredinnick, Messrs. Reichardt and Hendy dis plaved their elocutionary talents. A srme from Miss A. Tredinnick ' Apart.' gained the applause of the audience. Mr. Roper followed, by giving a most interesting speech in a masterly way ; he is a strong advo cate for the cause of temperance, ard showed clearly the folly, the evil, and I the misery caused by dr...

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Yackandandah Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 March 1891

YaciandmikJafi Athletic Club. xqW tmg of the committee of e Yackandandali Alitletic Club „ ^p]d at the Athenseum on Tues miIIV v ' evening, tbe president Mr Calder in tbe chair. T^p secretary submitted tbe bal Ibcc : i01* ttie Past year, wincn showed that the last sports just SJ)Otst cleared expenses, and there is * credit balance of £49 lis in tbe The report was received and footed, ^d it. was decided to place Jbe sum of L49 in tbe bank of Australasia on deposit for 9 months. resignation. The president handed in bis resig nation, as he was about to leave tbe colour- In doing so be expressed T,]eas^re harmony that attended the meetings during' bis term of office, and he hoped tbe club would continue ^Mr Nette moved, That the resigna tion be received with regret. He remarked that the president had ably carried out the duties pertaining to .i -office, and they were sorry he was /VA1H0* vowuvj ua\T uvu^/ at a Vj jj'js power to push ahead every thing that was for the good of the town, a...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 March 1891

Local ami General. Cricket.—' The return match between the Hillsborough Cricket Club aud the Wanderers will take place on the Beech worth Cricket ground to-day (Saturday), to .com mence at one o'clock. The follow- ? iug jviil represent .Hillsborough— Bigelow, I Stone, Rudolph, Finhie, Wilbertorce (2), Crawford (2), Refshauge, Priestly and Clingin. Emergencies — R. McGowan and C. Folster. Accounts. — The following accounts are awaiting payment at the local subtrea sury J. Carroll (2), A. C. Welshman, W. Goonan, J. T. Moore, D. M'Leod. Fobesteb's BaLc. — On Tuesday even ing next the local Foresters will hold their annual ball, it being the celebration 'of the 26th anniversary. Messrs Schlue's band has been engaged, and the arrangements for au evening's thorough enjoyment are 'fts complete .as it is possible to make them. The tickets are being rapidly disposed of, arid a successful anniversary is expected. Bavd. — A meeting of the committee of the Yackandandah Brass Band was held at th...

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RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 March 1891

Railway. The Railway Commis sion has paid a visit to this district, and will now undoubtedly be m a posi tion to judge of the requirements thereof It is rather unfortunate for us that there should be three rival routes, viz. from Yackandan dah, Huon's Lane and Myrfcleford, for as a rule where a district is divided against itself the Govern ment finds good reasons for allow ing these differences to be settled before stepping forward. The Com mission now has to make a decision, and. as far as the evidence given by the advocates of the various routes goes, they will no doubt be inclined to toss up a coin to see which country along the respective routes is the best. Each route had some particular meritorious point to bring forward, and whenever a chance was given they did not fail to say something damaging the other routes. If, then, the advocates of the three routes had liberty to speak their worst regarding each other, what would have been the result F We -should Bay an adverse report...

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Kergunyah South. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 14 March 1891

Kergunyah South . ? ? ? u ? j (From Our Own Correspondent.) i A grand ball and supper, in aid of the fnnds of the Kergunyah Cricket Club took place on Friday, 6th of March, and was a great success. The team had to deal with quite a differ ent ball on the following morning. Having saddled up their ' Neddy s ' ? 1 o. 1 ? i.1 ? tney roae to ibanay urees, wnere wey met with some 'red hot' members to play against for the first time this season on the prettily situated Sandy , Creek ground. Mr I' Anson, as usual, led the Creekites, and Mr R. Roxby j piloted the Kergunyah boys. The latter winning the toss sent his j opponents to the wicket to face the j bowling of G. Barnes and himself. I W. Quirk and Cahill commenced, but the latter after hitting a beauty for four, was caught nicely on the part of the ganger. T. Sutherland started well, but Roxby seeing a. weak spot made for it, and then the batsman made for the shade, being met by ; Mr Loftus, who came to the rescue, I and he and I' Anso...

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