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Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 September 1891
Ooods and Parcels at tohe Toa Eil 9ay Station. TnE following is a list of the goods and parcels awaiting delivery at the Yea Rail way Station on Wedcnesday morning: Carison, Perry and Fetch, R. G. Wilson, Tosh and Cosgrove, Davey, D. and D. M'Leish, Lee tow, \\'alton, Purcell, Hen. derson, Dessour. PARCELS. Tyrer, M'Gillivray, IM'Leish, Brown, Perry and Fetch, Stewart, M'lPhersnn, Buck land, Dean, Johnston, Cunningham (Flower dale. Ma. R. E. EVENSDos, the inventor of the lightning churn (a description of which was recently published in the CiRONICLE)visited Yea last week. He strongly advises the Dairy Company to purchase large cream separators in preferenlce to small ones, as being far more economical. and less liable to get out of gear. Mr. Vagg, Secretary of the Melbourne Chilled Butter Factory, in formed the Editor of the Ctuno?icLe on Monday last that Mr. Evenden's advice was perfectly correct, and that his company does not now put up any separators with a less capacity than 300...
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 September 1891
"Dparturo and Arrival of Mails. MAILS close and: arrive at the Yea Post .Office at the undcnnentioned hours=' SCLos 55 ioaT .Y5LFOR= A3. o.ik J..lboaroo 8 ýO* Tallarook ..lt Doogalookrh 1 6 Molcsworth .. . 11y Yarck Alexandra... 1.. 11: 8 Murrindidi ... 12 10 Flowerdale :.. . 10 M'Leish's .. .. 12 101 Underwodl's . ... . .. 10 Devlin' ... 12 10 -t Holden's .. ... ... 1210 Mrphy' ... . 12 lO ECEIVED AT YEA TRO- A.M. P.M. Talaroo...'. 1130930 Melbourne.. .. ... 11: 30 9 30 Dogalook ... ... 11 30 - Molesworth ..- . Gobur -. 6" Yarck .....,. ...- 6 Alexandra... ... ... 30 0 Murrsndinl ... . - 1 30 Flowerdale + 1:30 Devlin'a ... ... ... 1230 Holen's a .. . 1 30 Murphy's :.. ... 30
The Yea Sub-Treasury. CROWN GRANTS FOR DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 September 1891
CRowsN GRANT FOR DOEYKVY. H. G. Carver L8A.Es FOR DELIVERY. C. Lean J. Sorraghan J. O'Connor, jun. J. Williamson A. R. Hume S. L Robins B. O'Connor WY. Hicks T. M'Fadyen G. Drysdale I.ASO` IDR EXECUTION. M. Coonati . W. Moore C. Patton 3M. Leech G. H. Evans 1M. Jeffrey M. A. M'Cormick C. E. M'Uormiek H. T. Wright R. Sharp J. Ryan LICENCIS FR DELIVERY. C. Dunning E1. Morgan M. Coonau Jim: Corcoran H. Martin J. Doherty • A. Minto H1. T. M'Cormick. V. de M. Jeffrey Win. Lwrence Peter Green (2) - . H. Morgan T. Smith John Green (2) D. Drysdale W. Drysdalh ACCOUNTS FOR PAYM1ENT. C. W. Ridd S. Dessour
Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 September 1891
. .z1way Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO M?ELDOUVSE . 1st. 2nd. Mixd Mixd Alexandra s.D. 5. .. A.M. P.5. Road: depl. 7 510 Cathkis ... 0 0 5 - 7 20 5 Molesworth 1 O 7 30 5 3.-? JBalham ... 1101 3 7 45.5 Cheviot ..2 1 7 7 45 1 Yea 3 0 0?(arr. 8r10 6 15 jdeip.S 825 ( Homewood... 3 1 2 7 S45 643 Kerrisdale.. 410 3 31 9 37 .Trawoel:? 5 1 3 11 9 20 1 S arr. 9 7 30 Tallarook ... 7 4 l p.Exp. I. ep. 10 83 Meslourne 1 ..1 1 0 arr 11 51 9 4 :1mooanaiz0 TO ALE D XA!D ROAD. S I I Pass. Pass. L.a rsr. Melbourne... lst. 2nd. dep 7 406 5 2 S D. s D. " aerr. I0 55 7S Tallarook ....9..3 3 Talhdep. 10'0 S 23 Traool ...10 6 7 0 10 55 40 Homewood.:. 12 3 8 3 - 11 33 9 10 (air 11 55 9 23 Yea ..13 3 0 l:dep rl. n 3O Cheviot ... 13 0 9 3 12 5 9 49 Balam s ... 14 9 6 - 123010 0 Mlolcswoth 15 310 3 - 12 43 10 15 Cathkin ... 15 610 3 - 1 1010 40 Alexandra Road .. 16 .311 0 arr. 1 2510 55 Change trains at Tallaronk..
STRATH CREEK & KERRISDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 September 1891
STPRAT CE-_= : & SEP.ISDAL2L. (FRoo oUx own r tai.?nxT. )" FIIE Sports (oummitte are reci.ing very • ttifefnctory" aevourt-.ai.all.. aIlal :'JMe. I Hunt, M.LA., hsinkinlly tnato tec l !toi art as Judge ; Dr. Sktiner, of .retldftnl, hl;L acceptedl the position if iice-Plcsident, and forwarletl n donation of £1 is. The ro gramume for the sprts? will ei Nthlidie.;l itn the YEA GCI:O?ILe. alnd Broudbti.J d Coturier, and'the prizes will-be found to be on a 'stde suliicirntly liberal to induce itthletts from all aarronmling I~ctlities ti onntotle. As was generadly anticiptttl, the plain and fancy dress hall proved a great sncce?s, and all enjoyed themnelres throeughly. lThe ladies undertook all the tatering arrange ments, and needless to say did tlhir part to the satisfaction of their nmale friends, who are simply nowhere in such matters. The annual meeting of the Flowerdale Athletic Club was held on Satunlay, the 12th inst., Mr. P. S. Knight peusiding. Mr. Nonuan Ferguson was app...
MOLESWORTH NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 September 1891
MIOLESWOP TX NOTES. (FROM OUR OW CI)RRESPONDENT.) IT has at last been definitely decided to open the railway to lansfield on Tuesday, the 6th October. There will be only one train a day from lMerton to Mansfield, with present, time-table as it is. A meeting of a number of the local share holders in the Yea Dairy Company was held on Monday last to choose a site for the creamery. After a number of sites had been inspected, the majority decided in favor of a site to the west of Mr. Sherriff's residence, and close and handy to the railway station. It is above flood level, and has a frontage to the main road. The land belongs to Mr. M'Cormack, of ]lalhamn Hill, who- very generously gave the required land for the osum of £I only. I hope the company will endeavor to get the huilting up with as little delay as possible, so tlat fanners may learn the value of patronising this daily iucr?asing industry at once. A sale of the machinery and residue of plant of saw-mills, Ac., belonging to Messr...
IS IT ANYBODY'S BUSINESS? TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 September 1891
IS IT ANYBODY'S BUSINESS! TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHROXICLL SI,--I believe each tree and treenguard has cost 4&. or 5s. Somebody collided against one of them near Mr. Johnston's carpenter'd shop about a fortnight ago, and there it still lies. Opposite to it is one of the odler tree guards, also knockel downl in a simihar way, with only the stump of the tree left. 'Now, I should like to kuow if it is the business of anybody to see to such matters! I should say not.-I am, &e., LET IT RIP.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] MATCHETT'S LANE CONTRACT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 September 1891
LETTEZS TO TE EDITOR. - . [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents'opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permited.] MIATCHETT'S LANE CONTRACT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CIIRONIC?LL SIR,-I see by your report of the Yea Shire Council that Mr. Collins makes a charge against the late Engineer for not passing his contract at Matchett's Lane. Now, as a ratepayer living in Matehett's Lane, who has to make use of it pretty frequently, I beg to state that. in my opinion, Mr. Steuart is quite justified in refusing to pass the work, as it is not anything like complete at the present time, and never has been completed. The fact is, that if any councillor were togo to Mlatehett's Lane, he woned find it extremely difficult in places to determini whether a contractor had ever been theie at all. I think it is the duty of ratepayers and coun cillors to back up their officers when they are right. I feel sure that fir. Steuart is perfectly right, and tha...
THE WATER-SUPPLY QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 September 1891
TILE WATER-SUPPLY QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. SnR,-On reading the report in the CHnonICLE of the last meeting of the Council, it appears I did not make myself clearly understood in reference to the water supply question. I consider the Council should apply to the Minister of Water Supply for a loan for the purpose of forming an Urban Water. Trust Out of this loan sum of money could be expended in permanently laying down pipes to reticulate the township, and during ttl: progress of the main works the pipes could receive a temporary supply of water from the railway tank. I object to the Shire funds being spent in providing and laying down the reticulation pipes when there is every pro.s pect of obtaining a loan to form a Trust. tIr. Stuart Murray (Chief Engineer of Water Supply) estimates the codof a water supply for tea at £4,000. The interest on this sum at 4 per cent., and a sinking fund of say 2 per cent. would amount to £240 per annum. The Railway Department would, ...
A CONTRACTOR'S COMPLAINT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 September 1891
A CONTRACTOR'S COMPLAINT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CIIRO?I.LE. SiR,-As a subscriber to your paper, I beg space to make a few remarks as regards the vagaries of one of thekbhire Council officers. I have attended, during the last nine mouths, its meetings as a contractor -tendering for its various works. I have only succeeded in one small job, viz., a bridge at Kalatheci Creek, which we did in half contract time, and to the thorough satisfaction of the En gineer, Council, and ratepayers. I presented my account to the Engineer in proper form, and got treated hoonrably so far as the En. gineer was concerned, i.e., payments; but there was a portion of work (ordered by Mr. Underwood, who was then one of the Conn cillors) in conjunction with above contract, payment for which was, by a motion at the tible, and passed for payment three months ago. I have attended the meetings for the last three months trying to get a settlement, at the same time tendering for other works; although I should not h...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. TUESDAY, 22ND SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 September 1891
MELBOURNE CATITLE MARKET. TUESDAY, 22-ND SEPTEMBER FAT SnEEP.-The supply proved in excess of requirements, 29,000 having been yarded, which consisted chiefly of good to prime qualities. The tone of the market was easier throughout, and in many instances sales were with difficulty effected at low figures, the decline in value being mostly noticeable in prime heavy weightrosnsbreds. No shorn sheep yarded. Prime crossbred wethers, from 15s to 16s; extra crossbred wethers, to 17s; prime crossbred ewes, from 1"s to 13s 6d; prime merino wethers, from tls, Od to 14s; extra merino uthrs, from I6 sdon s n a., mgerino wethers, from l0s 6d to I Is Gd ; middling merino wethers, from 9s to 10s; prime merino ewes, from Ss to 9s; extra merino ewes, from 9s to o0s; others, from lS. FAT LAMs. - The market was again heavily supplied, 8,000 having been penned. All qualities were largely represented. The demand was inactive except for a few choice prime lots, and prices in many instances ruled from iGd...
WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 September 1891
WOKAN. EIGoT hours work, eight hours sleep, eight hours play, that is the cry of the mechanic of to-day. We, however, have no sympathy with such cries, we do not believe in men who want to work but eight hours and keep their butchers, bakers, grocers, chemists, and even wives at work from twelve to six teen hours daily. Wives' lives. now-a days are too frequedtly lives of drudgery, up at 5 a.m. to get her husband's breakfast, then children to wash and despatch to school, then dinner to prepare, and so on to ten at night, one :ontinual round of work, wash, and worry. Is it any wonder that they are prone to early decay and premature physical declinel It is to be expected that they would be specially susceptible to anaemia, indigestion, liver complaint and headaches. Their mode of life and long hours indoors is almost sure to induce such diseases. On account of the duties nature has imposed upon the fair sex, great care should he takenof their physical health; on the first approach of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 September 1891
ulniness NotlicoL T. C. WADDELL, EMPIRE STORE, High Street, Yea. S A:: ll descriptions of pROCERIES, 1RONMONGERY, &e, & &e., DRAPERY and MILLINERY " In great varlety. i EE IS CLOTHLNt. M1eaurn~ taken and perfect fits guaranteed. LADblES', aENTS. and CHILDREN'S BOOTS and SHOES. MIAGIo SOAP. MAGIC SOAP. N* o rubbing required. Agent for Northern Fire and Life Assurance Company. Capital, £:1,0,000. Music Music ! Music ! Agent forW. IL Glo and C, Iusic Sellers. Agent for Estey Organs, 12 to 120 guineas. Also Several Makers of Pianos. , Tine Pl "tsre. Send for Circulars and Prices. CA lagrnifclnt StockI of WALL PAPER. FANCY GOODS. T. C. Waddell, M ?E:JI P I-RE" STO RE, YEA. W. P. SIER, GENERAL 'STOREKEEPER, T)EGS to announce that he has taken 'ver the Bliineso for nime time carried on antder the etyle of ". IEmr !uts.." and hops for a cintinuonne of the patrunage nitendll to the Iat' firmn. Catnnmerd. are reunested to pay ill their , Acnmts tom e me s speedily.as p...
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1891. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 September 1891
Ith- "tan Bheattt. -- WITH WHICH IS IWCORDORATED nc cu ticli rup . PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER .4, 1891. NEIWS ~D NOTES. LEADING ARTICLE crowded out by late news and advertisements. TENDEOS close to-day for the erection of the creamery at Yea ; also for additions to Dr. Lang's residence. THe Alexandra Orchestral Society intends giving a concert at the Yea Shire Hall, about the middle of next month, in aid of the funds of the Alexandra Hospital T'HERE are ten creameries at work in the Alexandra district, and our neighbors are seriously thinking of establishing a central butter factory. We hope they will succeed. THE Library Ball takes place to-night at the Shire Hall, and is certain to be largely attended, as visitors are coming to it from Melbourne, Bendigo, Seymour, Alexandra, and all parts of the district. THE annual dinner in connection with the Yea Branch of the Victorian Railway Service Mutual Association will take place at the Caledonian Hotel on Saturday, th...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 September 1891
COaeOaL L. 3IELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Br ELECL'ic TELEORtPH.] (FROM OUR OW!N CORROESPOr?DT.) 3lIELnoURNE, LAST NŽIGiT. Messrsr. . MI'ILw~I cK and Co. report: CHrzes.-\o alteration to report; only prime matured inquired for, at 54d to 6.d; one special lot, SAd; medium and inferior, 341 to 4}d. BurrEn.-Potted: Prime new weekly, 5d to 51d. No old offeriog. Fresh: Large sppply, market doll;: Lest dairies, 53d to 7d. a few favorites higher; good ordinary, ,d to 5d ; inferior, lower. Ees.--9d to SJd per dozen. CA.nc.ss I'ORK-On Friday fair supply; prime light weights, 4jd to 51d; prime heavy, 3d to 4d; inferior, 2Id to 3d per lb. PouTnTr.-Fair demand for prime.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 September 1891
Croam Seopator, 8::. BUTTER AND CHEESE. J. BARTRAM & SON, Establioho 10860, IS QUEEN-SvIuE-r, M?ELBOURNE, ARE CASH BUYERS OF .LL DAIRY PRODUCE, At Highest Market Rates. Consignments Received. Account Sales Promptly Rendered. Advances if Required. AGENTS FOR EXPORT TO ENGLAND. Extract from A uItralasian Trade Reriewr: -" Messrs. Bartrnm and Sun, besides being the largest exporters of butter in the colony, are also the largest exporters of cheese." Also, SOLE AGENTS FOI. E LAVAAL'S CRE.P SEPAR.4TOR Gives20 per cent more and better butter. No mechanical know ledge required to work it. The cost saved in less than a year. LCanbeworked byhorse or hand power easily. PRICE: 310 gals. per hour, £93 150 ,, ,, ,, £60 90 ,, ,, .,, £47 10s. 5 ,, ,, ,, £35 30 ,, • ,, £25 12 ,, ,, ,, £16 Full partienlars post free on application. CREAMERIES. ITHE VICTORIAN CREAMERY AND B? IUTER COMPANY, LumreE,. Ereets Creameries at their own expense. Assists Farmers to Erect Creameries. Buys and Sell Crea...