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The Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

The Home. ?Cwb tfie CMldren. — The man ot woman who noes not love children ia lacking in a cer tain kindliness which ii required to round out » perfect oharaoter. Bat one finds it hard to identify with thoae beloved Uttle ones tQeSGllaSBertivACrnflnAihlrviAtm traha. To-day, youthful arrogance rune riot all over the land. Ai home and abroad their claim is paramount to all others. Go to any watermg-plaoe you will, ud you find that everything ofany advantage in it or about it is alreaay laid hold upon and taken posBes Bton of by children. One would not complain of thie if it atoppadat lawns, atage-topB, boats, ana fio lorth. But behold them at the table, and on the stairways, and in the parlors I It wonld seem as though the interior of the honse should be reserved from their depreda tions ; as though the elders, especially the elders not related to them, had Bome rights that were bound to be respeoted. If they have, it is not the mothers of these children that have found it out-^— thes...

Publication Title: Yackandandah Times, The
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Gundowring. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

[?] (From Our Own Corresppndeut.)* Thei&st pnd ^concert in aid of the Gundowrmg Churbh 'was held in .lihjB-.baild.ing on the 27th ultimo, fend proved '-a,4 ^reat cjsuisGess; about 140 persons being present. ,The church was tastefully decorated _with treeferns and evergreens, which was much commented upon. It was chiefly^ due to Mr W. Crosthwaite that it was bo, as lie rode some distance to procure ; the ferns. The tables were spre.id with any quantity of good things, a ud prettily arrkiiged with flowers ' and ferns. At six o'clock the doors .wei e . opened, and the. people quickly poured in, their places being taken as soon as they had finished by the others who were waiting to come in, and it was with difficulty that the place was cleared up in time for the concert, whi-;h commenced at eight o'clock. The Hev. T. Wright occupied the chair ^ and, after a few opening words, the overture was played by Ivir and Miss Lack ( violin and piano J, followed by a vocal duet, The Pilot ...

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Railway Time Table. FROM MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

Railway Time Table. FltOM MELBOURNE. I a.m. p.m. p.m. Melbourne, dep. — 6.20 2.55 4.55 Seymour ... 8.50 5.19 6.37 Waiigaratta ... 12.15 8.59 9.16 Springs ... 12.48 9.51 9.46 Chiitern ... 1.6 10.11 — Barnawartha ... 1.16 10.25 — Wodonga ... 1.40 10.50 10.23 Albuiy ... 1.50 11.10 10.48 a.m. a.m. a.m. Sydney, arr — 6.0 6.33 11.40 TO MELBOURNE. 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 Barnawartla ... — 7.14 3.0 Chiitern ... — - 7.30 3.16 Springs ... 7.50 7.50 3.36 Wangaratta ... 6.57 8.19 4.7' Seymour ... 9.27 11.50 7.38 Melbourne, ar — 11.16 2.32 9.43 MYRTLEFOED TO EVER TON. a'm. p.m. Myrtleford, dep. — 5.18 2.25 Palmerston ... 5.31 .2.38 Bowman's Eorest ... 5.44 2.51 Everton,ar— ... 6.8 3.15 WODONGA TO BOLGA. a.m. a.m. p.m. Wodonga, dep — 6.20 10.30 2.10 East Wodonga ... . 6.35 10.45 2.20 Bethanga R-oad . 6.55 11.5 2.36 Huon Lane ... 7.55 11.25 2.51 Bplga, ar— ... 7.40 12.50 3.16 bolga to wodokga. Bolga-, dep— ... 8.10 12.15 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

jpttlVATJS, NERVOUS & SKLJ DISEASES, &c. ff Man's body, wir6u 'tis -stricken Dy diae-se So surely, wiil.thp mind :be ill at ease.' DR. FRED HOBAN, Licentiate Medical B jard of ict-.jria, Licentiate Faculty of Physicians and Sur geons, Gla-»gow. Diploma from Dubl«n. (Registered by Act of parliament in Vic toria, New Sonth Wales, Tasmania, am Queensland), May be consulted at his i Rooms, - 155 ELIZABETH STREET, (four Doon from Bourse-street, MELBGPaN'ii, on NERVOUS DEBILITY, aVPHILITIC, GENORRHCEA, SKIN & PRIVATE DISEASES. i ? Db FREDERlOli H031AN is a iegalljj qualified Misdical P«a titioner, a.i i tias iit= vuf^d a.life-tiiue to tuo ot idy of Private, Nervous, a -d ritin Diseases, i'he great snc cess a-Jtiieved by him speaks volumes m hu favour. It is a success wnich is totally nn precedeute ?» lor by his uuweariea researches int j the s jbt e mysteries of tne healing art. he has 6 cue taoueands of nis fellow crea tures from biin^ hurried in tue bloom o' yout...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

pf'' Auctions. A. Ktti0gs, - AUCTIONEER, MYRTLEFORD. HAS Several Valuable Properties fo . Private Sale in varlous' parts of thf» Kiewa and Ovens River Districts. ; REGULAR SALES of LIVE STOCK held in MYRTLEFORD EVERY j ALTERNATE TUESDAY, FOR PRIVATE SALE. FARM at Kinchingfcon' s Creek, . containing -about 300 acres. Apply rsy ; T. A. KNAGGS, ' Auctioneer, Dederang. M. Martin & Co., AUCTIONEERS, Stock, Station, Land, Estate, General Commission Agents Local Agents for Dalgety and Co., Limited. Clearing Sales Conducted at Basjsawartha, Chilteex, Rutheegle:-, Yackandandah Or any part of the North-Eastern Dis trict at Reasonable Rates. Postal Address — Barnawartha.! DENTISTRY. B.C. Marriott WATSON, Surgeon Dentist, FORD STREET, BEECHWORTH. EACH. Artificial Teeth ... 10s 6d Stopping ? 7s 6d Teetii Extracted 5s. MR. WATSON will visit Yackand andah Monthly, and may be Con- ' suited at Kntka-o w --tkbi,oo Hotel. i Next Visit — TUESDAY. MARCH 24th From 9 a.tn. to 4 p.m. CHILDREN'S TEE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

fl WATERLOO HOTEL, . ? [OPPOSITE THK TOST OFFICE.) |BeIGR STREET, YACKANDANDAH - established commercial aW,L house. Sprank Entra - Proprietor. to rctui'D tlwuks to 'tlic Public IBB^^eraHy for ^rp^rt accorded -him in. ? every accommodation for lH VISITORS AND FAMILIES, fl A First-class Cuisixe Guaranteed. ,^t)nlT -the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and ? Spirits kept. i^fcirst-class Sample Room Bath, -$rc. Superior Alcock's Milliard Table. ^^?Commodious Stables and Loose Boxes. .'?booking OFFICE FOR BECK AND ? LOWE'S COACHES. I STAB HOTEL, I YACKANDANPAH. ?P. McDermott - Proprietor, ^?'nESTRFS to intimate to his numerous BJJ friends of Yackandandah and public ^^Hgeneraily, tliat be has taken the ahove well i^Bknown hostelry, and trusts by strict atten ^^?tion to the requirements of his patrons to ^?receive a fair share of support. '^?First-elsss Accommodation for Travellers. ? Pest Brands of Ales, Wines and ? Spirits only kept. ? Yackandandah Shoeing ? Forge. I M. E. Clime. JH&EN...

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MYRTLEFORD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

MYRTLEFORD MARKET. Mr Knaggs reports having held his fortnightly sale at Myrtleford on Tuesday, 150 head of cattle, and 400 sheep were yarded. Fat bullocks £3 to £4 ; young stock £1 6s. to £1 17s. 6d. ; store wethers 6s. : fat wethers 7s. 2d. to Ss. ; ewes 6s. 9d. ; lambs 6s. 6d. A clearance was effected with the exception of 10 head of cattle.

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Commercial. YACKANDANDAH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

Commercial. YACKANDANDAH MARKET,. Messrs J. W. Thwaites and Co. import having held their usual stock, sale at Yackandandah on the 7 th inst., when they yarded '426 head of good local cattle to a good attendance of buvers. Bidding's were dull at commencement of sale, but improved 1 towards the end, and they 'succeeded in clearing about 300 head. They quote : — Fat cows from £4 15s to j £5 5s ; good ; framed 4-yr-old bul- I locks, £5 7s 6d to £6 lis; steers from £2 13s to £3 9s; heifers from £2 4s to £3 8s ; cows atid calves to £4 3s 6d ; yearlings from 27s to £1 17s 6d-; at. which prices they sold i drafts for Messrs H. Myers, J. M'Mahon, Richardson, D. Corcoran, i T. Mitchell, W. Cain, Mrs Ifohally, P. Skahill, W. Paull, W. ElHott, G. Kelly, D. Evans, J. Dixon, Jno. Sines, W. Dixon, and others. They also report having sold 90 j bullocks, 54 heifers, and 20 steers, I for Mr E. Kirk ; also, 570, mixed j sheep for Mr M. O'Reilly, at satis factory prices to vendors. They also have to re...

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HORTICULTURAL SECTION. Class Q.—POT-GROWN PLANTS. Judges: Rev. W Clarke Hose and Mr H Langtree. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

HORTICULTURAL SECTION. :: ClassQ: — -Pot-Grown Plants. ^Judges: R.ev. W Clarke Hose and Mr H J .11 il Sflianct«».rw 't-i *}- f 18 pot plants in moon) : Nam Shing 1, Ah Chi 2. 12 pot 'plants in -blBom : - Ah Chi 1, William Andrews, jun, : 2. 6 pot . plants in bloom : Nam Shing 1, Wjlliam Andrews, jun, 2. 6 coleus : Mrs J Arm strong 1 and 2., Coleus : W Houston. Collection of district- grown ferns -(n°t iless than 12) : R Harper 1, R H Perry 2. Largest collection of ferns : B Gahn 1 and 2. 6 ferns (distinct varieties) : T A 'Gra ham I, Miss Kyle 2.' 3 ferns (distinct varieties): W Houston 1, Mrs R Warren 2. Specimen plant in bloom : Nam Shing l.SH Rundle 2, Specimen plant not in bloom : ' Mrs H Armstrong 1, S H Rundle 2. Collection of palm's :. Mrs J Arm strong 1. 6 ornamental foliage plants : M rs J Armstrong 1 and 2. 6 fuchsias: j W Andrews, jun, 1, Nam Shing 2. 3 fuchsias: Nam Shing 1, S H Rundle 2. Specimen fuchsia : Ah Chi. 3 lycopcids, T A Graham 1, W-Houston 2. 3 tuberous ? i ?...

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Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

Interesting Items. I SIAK declares that when the Russian nj rv becomes a free people it wili be of -id vantage to Russia and to the lQV?ot in'i-cre. Russia will cease to be the waive nation, the disturber of Europe,, f5„ become a worker in the paths of IroNGRESS of Fat Men ! It has been t Berlin. Herr Berg, a brewer, from , « was tbe largest mail in the congress. l,a'' 3931b. Ferdinand Colm, from «.inde another delegate to the « weighs 3651b., while a third, Hen saloon-keeper, of Berlin, weigh, rcuLi vR torture is practised in if Uskub, Macedonia. Thieves ami are chained naked to the floor, and are placed oa the body of each - It is said that the uneasiness caused nts roaming freely over the body is most exasperating torture. aE Jews in P^ris have a great number liable institutions, including a few „,rs and refuges, which are set apart lr'fnr tbe people of the Hebrew per V o hospital with nearly 300 beds, 40 relief societies, of which 30 are for and 10 for women, and numerous associ...

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Beechworth Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

[?] I .The annual show held w Thurs , _ and Friday, the 12 th arid IBth not' n;»-« ™ ''Woiy »*?: ae3 as tte Previous y^v were numerous, and tl^ p^r-! ? ^ nf the district was fairly weHipe kinn ? J - ' '? j-1 ; J I eaied. We notice 'Terapora ' was successfnl in off first prize for carriage Eon? whilst Mr R. Barton's Vul r took first, in the section for 4 rjr.old stallion. Mr F. Cunning. oi Yackandandah, took second ? rfiV nony section (under 14 hands) his little grey. Mr G. Rawes f k second for a trotting horse in hSness. Mr J. Haig took first prize for roller-made flour, beating five ' other exhibits ; which speaks highly fthe Crlen Creek flour mills. He | °lso took a special for semolina. The ? following is the prize list AGRICULTURAL. SECTION. Class A.— Draught Horses. _ ^ anr? Ff Sfrpipt. judge? . ^ » ^ cta|lion. 4 year? old and upwards : J fflMwartiVs Clifton 1, M Connors 2. Stal 1^1 -?' 3 years old : no entry. Mare, with IHfoal'atloot: W Ferguson 1, H A Craw 5 Dry mare;or geldi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

Impoi-tanfe intelligence has received from Valparaiso respec^^B the progress of the civil war in iue waoie 01 tue exception of the troops at Santia^^B the capital, has joined the insurg^vj^M The prolongation of the hostilifa^^M i-esulting-%t giieat bitterness - ing betaareem tjhe two i conteo^^H ! parties. Fifty of the insurgeots^^M were jfcaken prisoners by the-v9?^^B ment ^fe^f beeaa shot by the president Balmaceda, the alleged tor this act being rebels had shot a leading the Government. The Coronet. 125 miles south of has been bombarded by |nent fleet, Jiiid. 200 of li&re beea killed. ? J^M

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Terrible Weather in England. HEAVIEST SNOWFALL FO[?] A CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

Terribiei:, Englanil. HEAVIEST SNOWFALL FOrl A . ? mnf' KEN|CDRT..4 p ? -jl Thfe weather during the iliast JfewC days in Englanfl,, especially in the western countie's, has been ' of almost unprecedented severity. The snow fall has hpen the heaviest known for half a century. The counties of Devonshire and Cornwall have for several days past been completely isolated from all communication, with, London, the Great Western railway, lines being blocked by the Snow, and the telegraph lines being also broken down in many places- Trains that started on Monday1 last have not' yet reached their destination, being ' still buried in the snow, which has accumulated to a great depth; . The ; passengers have been provided .with; board and lodging in the adjacent villages. Six trains have been buried in the snow between Exeter and Ply month. _ Another train was for two days buried in the snow at Diartmoor. The passengers suffered severely, being without food all that time. It. was only with consid...

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Tallangatta Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

Tallangatto, Show. The Benambra Agriculturaland Pastoral Society's second annual show was held at Tallangatta on Thursday and Friday. Despite the heat everything passed off well, and there were 4000 visitors. Although the entries were numerically weaker, the quality of exhibits was superior to last year with the exception of blood horse stock. Mr Mat; Mitchell's Helmet was adjudged the best thoroughbred stallion, 4 years -Jf .over. Thompson's More ngong being 'second.' There ' were some fine exhibits in draughts, and the prize for best stallion, 4 years or over, fell to A. Hamilton's Blantyre, from Upper Murray district. R„ Williams, of Balgarns, obtained first prize for his 2 year-old stallion. : The cattle exhibited made a very good display, , Herefqrds being well represented. The winning exhibitors were: — fi, Pearce, Agra Station ; Jas. Thwaites, Tatonga; Mrs Bowler, Mitta Mitta. In the shorthorn sections the leading awards were obtained by M. Mitchell, J. McDonald, and J. Toal....

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Yackandandah Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

I YacJcandandaJ: 1 Shire Council , The monthly meeting of tbe -iboyeg jgfhi^v wOh h^d on JC|»ursdajr. ; Pre-; ?sent — Grs Richardson (President}, Mon^n, Beatty, Stfieet, Robinson, R urrows, Smith and Mc Donald . , COEBESPONDENCE. From Secretary . Racing Club re questing that application would be made for a public and bank holiday for April 3rd. ? From Tuthill, Geoghan and Perry, stating that the exchange of roads between Ryder and the conncil could not be made until the roads to be given by Mr Ryder were duly transferred 'to the' council ; and as part of the land was leasehold it would have to be made freehold. From . Secretary Melbourne Hos- ; pital for sick children re donation. From Secretary Berwick Shire for warding copy of a resolution passed by that council, requesting each council to urge upon the premier the necessity of passing the Amended Local. Government Act during next session of Parliament. From Secretary Bright Progress Committee asking this council to support their ...

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Foresters' Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

Foresters'' Bait. ' ? ? — ? :o:- ? ' - . 1 ' The annual ball of the Court Greenwood, Ancient Order of Fores ters, was held at the shire hall on Tuesday evening, and passed oft very snncpssfnllv. There, were about 40 couples present, and the ladies were very tastefully dressed, : whilst .the Foresters with their regalia added to the attraction of the assemblage. The various loderes. in., .the district were well represented, - especially €he local .branch - of the M.TJ.I.O.O.F. Mr Kennedy D.P.C.R. represented the Beechworth lodge, whilst Mr A. Priestly was present as representative 6f the local branch of the M.IT.I.O.O. F, Mr Michelsen . as Pjt§fc rdistrict G., M. The Foresters at Yackandandah h aye f ? nowv been , ^established for 26 years the ball being the celebration of their 26th Annivesary. The order is in a prosperous-condition, and the annual ball is a festival that is looked forward to ,-by; jFj^ter'aif^h^: pmall amount of interest'. 'The ar rangements were very complete, and...

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Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

ChurcJiof England. The balance sheet of Holy Trmitr^H Church of England, Y ackandandaLfiH for the past yeai is before us. incumbent Hcv. T. J. Wright, in report regrets that the income was^H not quite up to tiie pre%ious year, tohh although they started with a cretfeHB balance of £10 9s 3d, there was onhBH a small credit of 10s 3d at the endoMH the yeai-. The services of Mr wai*d as Honorary Reader, particularly acknowledged. The day School maintained a fair averagf^H of seliolars, but as is usually the casMH with Sunday Schools thei-e is scai-city of teachers. The balattS^H sheet shows the receipts for the to be' £l82 Ss 6d (including balant^^B from 1889 £10 9s 3d) and the penditnm £181 18s 6d - offertories amounted to £77 3s contributions £69 13s 6d, as pared with the previous year — ..tones £77 S»-5d; fcoa^ihntitsns 2s. The induction of the credjj^H balance has thus been due falling off of centribu tions. church at Yackandandah contrw^B tions (in offertories— and contril^^B tions...

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Back Creek Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

Back Creek Picnic. H Thursday was a red letter £ day SH at Back Ci*eek. on the occasion of &HH picnic, sports and social in con- OH nection with the Back Creek State^H School. The occasion had been HI looked forward to with considerable interest for several weeks previous bjHR young and old, and arrange mentsH| were made by the committee for saj large attendance. I11 their expecti^B tions they were not disappointed. the gathering was one of the lai'ges^H seen in the district at country sport^H their being visitors from the whole (^H the surrounding towns and villiageJH At the sports the attendance mtis^| have numbered fully 400, whilst the^H accommodation of the State school the evening was taxed to its utmos^H capacity, . despite the fact that the^H teacher's quarters were utilised mflB addition to the sehoolixjom. The daj^H was beautifully fine, and a pleasastH| outing was, therefore expeinenced,H| whilst there was any amount of tanflS for everybody during the afternoonBB ...

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Dederang Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

Dederang XLcuces. to b^ rn|i . Tj^sd^^, ; Maiieh 24th- — gl-' p| %'i Dederang Handicap, of 15 sovs.; ; about If miles. : ' st. lb. T. Hardy's Plausible, aged ... 9 7 J. Lake's Target, 4yrs ... 9 5 M. Onslow's Monsoon, aged 8 ' ^3 W. McKibbin's Garland, 5yrs 7 7 — - Dixie's Moonambel,.4yrs ... : 7 . 3' H. Kinchington's Bouquet, 3yrs 6 10

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CRICKET. HILLSBOROUGH v. WANDERERS. (From Our Own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yackandandah Times — 21 March 1891

CRICKET. ? .u. ? HILLSBOROUGH v. WANDERERS ('From Our Own Correspondent.) A very enjoyable game, although one sided, was played on the Beech - worth Cricket ground between the Hillsborough Cricket Clab, and the Wanderers. J. Bierelow captained the former, and R. Thompson the Latter. Thompson winning the toss sent his men to the wickets, but they were soon disposed of for 61 ; White 24 and Shannon 17 batted well. Hillsborough when time was called had six wickets down for 189. W. Wilberforce 22 L. Crawford 19, H. CliDgin 12 not out batted well. The principal feature of the day's play was G. Wilberforce's splendid display of batting. He made 120 runs in as many minutes. His score being composed of one seven, two sixes, one five, six fours, five threes, fifteen twos, and the rest singles. It was an exhibition of strong defence and splendid hitting powers rarely wit nessed on an up-coantry cricket ground. The Wanderers played a splendid up-hill game. Hillsborough won by 4 wickets and 127...

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