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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 January 1891

DEAF FORTY YEARS. The description of a simple remedy, by which a complete cure of dleafnes and noi?e, in the head of FORTY YEARS' STAN.DING has just been effected, will be sent tREo to anyone who applies to J. H. NICHOLSON, 175 1ILLIAM-STREET, EIOJtn?CRNE. BttILInADS neatly and promptly printed at the CI5osOiCLE Office. For Bomaindor of Rosading Matter, Sco Fourth Pago. Mootings. Yea Racing Club. A MEETING of the above Club will be held at the CALEDONIAN HOTEL, ON THUSRDAY, TnHE STT JANUARY, 1891, AT 8 r.M. Members and Supporters are requested to attend. BUSLNrESS-IPooRTAwT. A. F. CAMERON, Hon. Secretary. Govoranmc t Advrotisemo nts. V. . R. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF ANGLESEY YEA DIVISION. T HE GENERAL LIST for the above Division is now printed, and a copy of such List may be inspected Free of Charge by any Person interested therein, until the day appointed for Revision, at my Office, High-strreet, Yea, and at every Post-oflico within the Division. E. S. PURCELL, Registrar. E3sinoss Not...

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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY JANUARY 1, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 January 1891

WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED t5l c gen c tclegr u li. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. l 7 1 sD Nt 4 ll 1, 1891. 1891:,,', " Ring in the valiant man and free, The eager heart, the kindlier hand; Ring out the darkness of the land, Ring in the Christ that is to he." Tnus nasng the great poet of the Victo rian era, before his intense human sym pathies became a little clouded by the ermine of the Peerage, when he and CianRLEs DICKE?S, DOUGLAS JERROLD and Tom HOOD, CHARLES R&ADE and WILKIE COLLINS, CHARLES ifnd HENRY KINGSLEY, JOH5N lRnIoHTand RICHARD ConuDN, were rivetting attention on the woes and miseries of, the a?..azrd women whose prayer, 'Gi?v us this day our daily,? L.atl" s a veritable realit,.. "?3ueh, that the reformers, A(iierary and political, hoped for and struggled for has been accomplished; but how much yet remains to be done we may learn from the movement just initiated by that very, wonderful orga niser, the head of the Salvation Army, " who, if he had been in the 'army,...

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COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 January 1891

CCMPLEENTS OF TE SEASON. 7b all our readers, and to every resi dent in the Shire of Yea, we tender osr.hearty greetings and "A HAPPr AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR."

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 January 1891

NEw YEAR'S DAY will be observed as a general holiday, and the sports to he held in the Yea Recreation Reserve-the great -vent of the day-are likely to be largely jiatrenised, as a first-class programme has been announced, and hosts of competitors eentering the lists. excellent programme for New Year's Day, the paiticnlars of which appeared in last weeks Canroar.ctL, r. T. F Murray, with his customary courteny, has sent us tickets, and we should have been pleaserl to have been at the Kilmore New Year's Day Races if it were not for our own sports being held on the mune day. Tne three services at the Yea Roman Catholic Church on Christmas Day were well attended. Mrs. and Miss Macdonald, assisted by Mr. T. M'Asey, who procured large quantities of exquisite flowers, deco rited the cthurch very handsomely, and it was quite a Christmas picture. The offer tories for the parish priest were on a liberal scale. Trio Rev. C. H. Barnes, by request of Mr. Stackhouse, gave the following message at...

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CONCERT AND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 January 1891

CONCERT AND BALL. In thd, evening a concert was held fttle'hS6ire Hall, "the- viitirig' teani taking a pominent part in the vocal and instrumental selections, It wasof rather a scraitch chiaracter, and a few of the items would have been better suited for a smoke concert than for an: assemblage like that at the Shire Hall. Mr. Thos. Burrows, who is a member of the Melbourne Amateur Athletic Club, and is employed at the Sports man office, gave ulalloyed pleasure with his clever manipulation of the American clubs. That was really worth going to see of itself; while Mr. Geddes' dancing of the " Sailor's Horn pipe" and his singing of "Down Went the Captain " in character, and "Our Jack's Come Home To-day," were exceedingly good. Mr. H. Alessio acted as stage manager, and made a capital M.C. later on at the ball, at which there were about 50 ladies and gentlemen present, the music being supplied by memblers of Hore's Band, Melbourne. Dancing was kept up till 4 iam., and the whole affair t...

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THE YEA RIVER SYNDICATE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 January 1891

THE TE ZVPER STNDICATE. A COMPROMISE is now talked of be tween the Yea River Syndicate and the Government, although the new Minister of Lands, M r. ALL.?? M'LEha, stated in the House last week that he could not see the syndicate had any claim whatever on the Government. The idea is now that a certain number of the syndicaters shall take up 1,000 acres each on lease-a pretty little way of "rounding the corner" on a0 n Act of Parliament. Mr. Musno, when in Opposition, made a good deal of capital out of the much-wronged syn dicaters, and now they cling to him like barnacles since his promotion to the Treasury Benches. The amended proposals were givenintheAge recently. The Minister of Lands has received an amended proposal (remarks our con temporary) from Mr. h VALKEDEsN, pro moter of the Yea River Land Com pany, in which lie suggests that four shareholders should be allowed to take up 1,000 acres each under saw-mill licenses, and seven others to be per mitted to take up 2,000 acres wit...

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THE DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 January 1891

THE DINNER. After the match both teams were entertained at Conlan's Caledonian Ho-el, where about 30 sat down to an excellent repast, which, it is needless to say, was got up in Mr. and Miss Conlan's best style. After ample justice had been done to the good things provided, the captain of the Yea team, Mr. Morris, in a few well chosen remnarks, stated that they had had a most enjoyable game throughout, and lie felt sure that every one of his team could, with confidence, say the same. He then called upon the Yea team to charge their glasses, and drink the health of the visitors, coupled with the name of their captain, Mr. Alessio, which was done with musical honors. Mr. Alessio, who was received with applause, on rising to respond, thanked the Yea team for the way in which they had drunk the health of his team, and hoped that it would not be the last time they would have the pleasure of visiting Yea. The game right through had beeni a most enjoyable and exciting one, and had been pla...

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[?] and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 January 1891

cf L-aLz Z4;t tro a t d ar ai;aaat ta Yeal I't :(3s a at ti~a ultw a n.j 'aoaei linwrr : - , ' i I.,. Ill nl."zmiý ... ,.. s :0 6 Murriadmiii . t° 1 30 1'1nnardlalc ., . b^ I I~i 'I Leishis a . 130 Undkrwoad'a- 11 :{atda~n~ J,. I~~·~~~ ~ Murphy. 1 30

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 January 1891

"W. STEUART, C.E., E.LC.S, ARCHITEl?- aXm SURVEYOR, YEA Aso EUROA, PLas A?D ASia r SmC.os? .r).Otb.la . ami ;o Warous-o o. A WORD TO COUNTRY BUYERS i? LINOLEUMS;: .. OILOLOTHS, .&c. - Dl) NOT DtTh 3INEL1OURK1., shere Rnts are uigh, and ?reiesconos queoUtly Dear, : ..::: BUT ?O. T .O H"IPORORLS JONES & 0.; flOSE, FURIS HERS, . . . C O .1 V E I. O F ; S so 4lOH at ct Sý at v ft ': 5 paDr cont. Their Premises are their owan property. Thereforrthey have no Fahulc?s or Land. boom Rents to pay, and can Sdel Cheap. ,50,000 s T O K. £50,000 TO SELECT FROM. You can go to the Door by taking the Peony Tran from Spnaecr-etreet, and the Three-penuy Trat ftrolt Prince'a rhldge That small out!ay of Four-pence will Save you as many 1'Pounl, eveIn CU a few article of IHo?ehold Furniture. Rtedcrs of the Ya.n Cnr.uICLr. pieace remermber that, andl d,1t you f orget it. H. MOREIS JONES & CO., HOUSE FU::NI.HINGr As?. CARPET W AP.I HOUSE, SP.ltIEKIt OF CHAPEL AD HII(; STI:EIETIS, P...

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Railway Time Table ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 January 1891

Railway Time Table.   ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE.     S r . OmL. .3L j.Iix RAidep. 7 j; Uothkin "0 S 0 - 3!oleswortb 1 3. 0 0 - 0 Ol 70 Ra,11mm 1 10 1 1 - 7 45 U b ~iilA~rIb fr S 10 6.O 2 3 ý 0 j de. S ?i. 4 'Tnowod. 31 5 fe '10S!? te t v' A,0 11 -11 b 04. 3leilgau,.4 f DAZTIADDEA ROAD. `-- r~s. u.P ,ýiIe1xPne:. . his, .nd. i 7 `2 is ^ ;ir S. o ar. 9 a' It l'Iel 10 OS22 Tzorstcl '.. IS ' 0 - 10 5ii 840 s Ilzv ie,:II '° ``76 11 5 S 5 ~~r · 11 11 0 10o i !0 dep 3. 0 3 Lueo .13 0~ 0 5-13 040 : 10 15 ICi:i Is 0~l 12 R10i 0 S 61 0 :I ( I 11010 40 F'c...l 11 1 0 arr. 1 2510 55 " : · ngo min; It T,:o~t~c.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 January 1891

cadical.... ALL DISEASES OF LONG STANDING COMPLETELY CURED IHERBAL MAGNETIC TREATMENT. CIIRosnICSUFF.RE?S SHIOULD NOT.FAIL TO CossCLTr SMr. H. E. Kugelmann CooSuTiyo IIEnnILUST Ansn EcEmcrc, Or 172I.TD 174 WILLUM-S5., MoLnCOUrCe. All Consultations Free. No'tee.-If preferred, a signed agreement given, which provides thatno cost is innrred in the event of a cure not being cffected. SMn IH. E. KUGELMANN cannot possibly visit personally every town in Victoria and adjacent Colonies, and in order that all sufferers from any Chronic or supposed Incurable Disease may be enabled to obtain the benefit of his undoubted skill and ability in Curing all Diseases by his newo and wondlerful Herbal Magnetic treatment without Drags or Poisons; he has, jtppohinte is *Assoeiatl mad Rcprllesetet\ellr. G. A; Las?ain; iho is a skilli-t.indcareful Dinnosistofinsy yahrs'experience, to visit iegularlyevery month the followiganlgaontn other towns for the prpose of making amost thorough and complete Dianacis o...

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CRICKET. EAST MELBOURNE TRADES V. YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 January 1891

OI3OK.T. EAST MELBOURNE TRADES V. YEA. TnE loug-looked-for and muck-tnlked of cricket -match between the above mentioned clubs was played at Yea on Boxing Day. The visitors arrived here by the 9.30 train the previous night, so the game started at 11.30 a.m. The weather was all that could be desired. The attendance at the commencement of the match was small, but as the afternoon approached it increased, and at about 3 o'clock the assemblage must have numbered fully. 300, the largest gathering ever seen at a cricket match in Yea. H. Alessio captained the visitors, and A. E. Morris the locals. -The former having won the toss, elected to take the wickets. It was agreed that each team should consist of 13 players. Morris and Maynard took up the bowling, Stuckey and Martin being the first to handle the willow for the visito;s, and they played good defensive criclkt, several changes taking place in v the Yowling. The visitors at the conm pletion of their innings had ,put to- b gether the r...

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SAVED FROM MISERY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 January 1891

&AVED hOM MISEXY. AMRs. FANNY DECr, wife of a gentleman employed in the Lamubton collieries, kindly allows us to publish the follow ing facts of her interesting case and wonderful recovery, which we gather from her correspondence, and which we shall be glad to allow anyone to peruse who wishes to do so. Mrs. Dent I has been in a state of extreme debility for 12 years, frequently quite unable to do any work, the lightest kind causing great fatigue, with severe pains in the limbs, back, and left side So severe kwas the pain that she would have to sit or lie down frequently. Walking exercise was very trying, and she coul I only walk very slowly. She had long seen Clements' Tonic advertised, but, , like nmany more people, her husband I was prejudiced against " patent medi- i cines," but (now we use her own words) " 1 knew some one who had tried Cle ments' Tonic, and I decided to get a bottle on the quiet and say nothing sout it if it did me no good. The effect I thought somethin...

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ON A CHRISTMAS DAY. LITTLE LADY DISDAIN. (CONCLUDED FROM LAST WEEK.) [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 January 1891

ON A CHRISTMAS DAY. Z== LE LADT DIa&Mn. (CONCLUDED FROM LAST WVEI.) Tus day wore on quietly. In the afternoon the snow began to fall again steadily, covering the face of the country with a pure white mantle, stainless and spotless as the life of the asn who lay there, Gerald thought sor roafully, his heart aching with the bitterest sorrow he had ever known, and his eyes often dim and troubled with tears. Dick watched him wist fully, sorry for his grief, and thinking that, if lie could have spared hiin the pain of his attendance on him, lie would have done so. "I asm so glah she will not know," he said towards evening. "She has such a tender heart, dear child, that all her happiness would be damped. Gerry, old friend, never tell her, she need never know." "Sometimes 1 think we are doing right," Gerald said, in a troubled voice. S nuink if, after all, we are.mistaken, and she loves you i" A gleam of passionate delight flashed into the gray eyes for a moment, then faled s quick...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 January 1891

Church Services.   ST. LUKE 'S CHURCH, YEA.   THE Rev. C. H. BARNES will conduct S iviue Service on Sanlay morning and evening next; also at Chin Chin in the afternoon. Holy Ommnnion at morn. ing aid afte:n on servicen. Mr. F. IL Burgess at Molesworth in the afternoon. Collection for Sunday. School Prize Fund. . NEW YEAR'S EVE. IIHE Rev. C. H. BARNES will conduct L a Watchnight Service at 11.15 p.m. on Wednesday evening, December 31st. The annual distribution of Sunday School Prizes will take place at the Temperance Hall on Thursday evening, January 8, at 7.30 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. T HE Rev. D. MILNE will conduct .l Divine Service (D.C.) in the above Church next Sabbath at Yea, morning at 11 o'elock, and in the evening at 7.30. In the afternoon at Hiomewood, at 3 o'cllck. `mss IowDicN TcEsDno s, and 9 La. to 4 p.m. S .STEUART, 7 Shire Secretary. ./ ?atc ~ Owners of Dogs. 01~8i?U now LAID over the whole of .L- s nds in the liLLINGWORTH ESTATE~v'. J....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 January 1891

QOhAeh S0rvices. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, YEA. P ~fHE Rev. C. H. BARNES will conduct I Divin Service at the above Church on Sunday evening next; also at Strath Creek in thu morning, and Spring Valley in the afternoon. _ 4MeE. 3. 11y"os at Yea in the morning. Mre. J. T DaIfyat Doogelook a the after noon. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. THE Rev. D. 3IILNE will conduct L Divine Service (D.V.) in the above Church next Sabbath at Yea, morning at II o'clock, and in the eve~ting at 7.30. In the afternoon at Dairy Creek, at 3 o'clochk. Amusemnnts. CHILDREN'S GENERAL PICNIC, TnorSDAr, J.sN uaY r 1591. The Committee have mach pleasure in in viting all the Children of the District to the Picnic to be held at YEa on the above date. T. S. SCALE, Hon. Secretary. Children's Concert. THURSDAY. JANUARY 15. Yea Shire Hall. FIRST-CLASS PROGRAMME. Proceeds to be Devoted to the Yea Public Library. AaLssoN... .. .... s. and li xeetngs. Yea Racing Club. A MEETING of the above Club will be .. held at the CALEDONIAN HO...

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DEAF FORTY YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 January 1891

DEAF FORTY YEARS. The c1 cription of it simp!e remedi, by which a cn.:lcte cur" c i rcf rrrl «i r oicivq i:I rlr h;l "i of 101cc1 Y rAbs' OTA.NinrS has jest corain e!itctci, scil! be sent c:):c to nflyc0L· wT o:ppl13 toa .. II. ŽC!CITOLSOX, 17i IVILUAMs-.cT11Ut, McILCoz'.cr

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions Discussion on Public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] THE YEA BRANCH, A.M.A., AND MR. DESSOUR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 January 1891

LETTERS TO TI= EDITOR. [W«e do not liold onselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion oi public topics invited, but personalities cannot hbe permitted.] THE YEA BRANCH,,A.MA., AND JR. DESSOUR. TO THE EDITOR O THrE e IsRONIeCLE Sm,--It would not surprise your, alders probablyto peruse a letter under the head ing "Yea Branch A.M.A. and Mr. Dessour," which appeared in a previous issue, as it is very generally -known that that entleman and the A.M.A. have not been in touch for a codsiderable period. -But what will 8urprise, them indeed is to hear from the lips of Mr, Dessour that there is amongst us a dedt of thietves and .va.abonds, who are spending the people's and'teir own money in a manner- that can only be put a stop to by the drastic meansand cunning arts of which Mr. Dessor is a master. Mr. Dessour troubles to place before the public eopies of twelve boring reports, and then asksu to compare them with the Never Despair prospectus.: -This comparison simply meais n...

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NEW SHEARING AGREEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 January 1891

NXW. SHEARXNG AGC-REEITS. TIlIPastoralists' Union have just had printed the new shearing agreements, which it is intended to at once and simultneously adopt throughout the colonies of Victoria, New South Wa:les, South Australia, and Qaueensland. The shearing operations commence in Queensland this week. For the past three munths the pastoralists' union have been engaged in drawing up and settling these new forms of agreement, so as to if possible mnake thenmacceptable toall parties concerned. Two intercolonial conferences have been held in regard to them-one in Mel bonrne on the 7th November last, and the other in Sydney on the 22nd December. It is now earnestly hoped that all further troubles will be avoided. All melmbers of the union in the four colonies have agreed to conduct the shearing, and only engage labour in connection therewith, on these agree ments. There are three forms of agreement to be used. Ili New South Wales, QueeQnc land and in the northern districts .o Auoutsi Au...

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Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 January 1891

.9ailwa4 Timo Tablo. A.EnUDR.1 ROAD TO MELB00mE. 1st. mod. Mix d31ixd Aleandra S. D. S. D. -.31. P.M. Road Idep. 7 5 2? Cathkin ..-0 SO 5 - - 5 40 Moloesworth 1 2 O 90 -- 7 M 50 Baham ... 1 10 1 3 - 7 45 6 0 Cheviot ... 2 4 7 - 7 G6 1 S farr. S 1o 6 30 TM .. 3 0 2 0' | S dep. ?l G 45 Homewood.... 3 1 2 7 - S 48.. 7 0 Kerrisdale... 4 I : 3 -- 9 K 7 1; Trawool ... 10 3 9 '2 7 ." l i dep. 10 0: S .; Moell ourne... 16 311 0, arr. 11 G i) 94 .IM:BOrLrNE TO ALEXNDrA RuOnD. Pass. Pae. A.31. 1"?.31 Mlelbourne... Ist. L2nd. 'dep. 7 40 S. D s. D . 955 7 1 Tallarook ... 9 6 3 dlep. 10 30 '825 Trawool ... 10' " 7 0 - 10 55 S 40 Kcrrisdal .... 11 3 7 6 - 11 15 854 Homewood... 12. S 3 - 113319 10 arr. 11 55 9 25 Yea ...13 .9 0 9 .'l~dep. rar.9 33 Cheviot ... 13 9 3 .- I2 5 49 12 19. MILham ...14.3 9 6 12 3 10 0 .Iolesworth 15 310 3 - 124510 15 Cathkin ... 15 610 3 ?- 1 1010 40 Alexandra, i, Road I ... 311 0 arrn. 1 2510n 55 Change trains at Taaroc.k.

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