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GOLD-MINING AT THE CATHKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891
QLD-XMTING £ QECATEEEN.f (Br OUa SPEcIA4 RercEP L) A yEW shareholders the ndependent Enterprise .Gold M1i th, Cathkip, accom panied by lady friends visited the mine on Thursday last. Going by the noon train, the party had ample ime for.a picnic as well as a thorough ins?ection of the mine, and the' outing-thalas, of. course, to the ladies-proved a most sojoyable one. I re ceived an invitation toa ccompanythem, and gladly accepted it. Toe party were joined at the Station by Mr. O'Callaghan, of the Bridge Hotel, Molesvorth, who. acted as guide,'and was able to make the ascent of the hills shorter and easier. Ore of the -party-"a Scribe among the Far.I-Sees""- appropriated a well-filled basket !of viands, and as he arrived, panting and ireathless, near the crest of the hills, and satdown be side a 6ft. shareholder, he deprsited his basket close by, remarking: "I den't know how tired the ladies feel, but I an glad of this halt." And just as he utered the words, away .flew the basket, t ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891
Notices. T HE Directors of the YEA CiMonxICLr. NEWPrAPEP. C?ontPAI _ Beg to intimate that they have LEASED the Plant, Copyhbld, and Premises to Mr. 1. CALVIN for n term of AT LMAST TIIMEE NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. A lIERTISERS in the CirtonIcL. are heqissted to start the Number of In sertions. 'therwise their advertisements will he inseted till count rmanded. WhCie .Adverisiný W ANTED, LOST and FOUND, or TO LET Advertierments, are in serted in the Yet CIIIuos L?e at the follow ing rates, if prepaid: S. I. Not exceeding 16 words... ... 1 0 24 , ... ... 1 6 If booked. the usual prices-Viz., 26 pe? insertion-will be charged. For all other Adrertieementoj the lowest charge is half a-crowln pr insertfon. Waat&d. W AXTED Simart and Energetic Agents who are desirous of making thi easy and comfortable income averaging one pound per day. Apply at once, as time is money. Historical Publishing Company, P.O. Iox 610, Sydney, N.S.W. £1 TO ,| per 5day to be made by J persona of either sex in...
THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891
THE WOOL .IMARKET. Mtssas. -YOryGHLSAc nD and Cou'.sTr, LturED, report on 27th January: WooL--We contidued our sales on Fri day, when a catalogue of about 307 bale was submitted. The attendance of buyers was large and bidding spirited, the bulk of the catalogue being cleared at flol current rates. In greasy wools the highest prlce paid was 10od., which was given for nine bales from Tasmania, brand Cs?.saoos. Several .ood lots from other districts were also of lered, and realised from 7.t to 9d. In washed wools a well bred lot from Tasmania branded Crmirnoot (cold water washed), realised 14d. In scoured wool the only lot of importance was ten bales branded 3MB over MossoEst, which was well competed for, and realised 16d. and 141. for pieces The sales are now auspended for a fortnight, and our next wool sale will be held on W ed needay, 4th February.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891
2cnicaL ALL DISEASES OF LONG STANDING COMPLETELY CURED ar HERBAL MAGNETIC TREATMENT. CHRONIC SUrFfAREES SHIOULD NOT FAIL ': T CONSULT. Mr. H.E. Kugelmann CoNsULTIo N lG HEUR ST AND ECLECrc, OF 172 ASD 174 iW ,ILLA-ST., MELBOUaTE. All Consultations Free. NoTnce.-If preferred, a signed agreement given, which provides that no cost is incurred in the event of a cure not being effected. A S 31 I HE. KUGELMANN cannot possibly isit personally every town in Victoria and adjacent Colonies, and in order that all sufferers from any Chronic or supposed Incurable Disease may be enabled toobtain thebenefit of his undoubted skill and ability in Curing all Diseases by his new and wonderful Herbal :Magnetic treatment without Drugs or Poisons,.he has appointed his Associate sad Reprsesntative, Mr. G. A. Lura?on, 'who' is a skilled and careful Diagtnsist ofmnnyyears'experience, to visit regulyeverymouth the followingamongst other tons for the purpose of making a moest thorough and complete Diagnosis o...
RABBIT EXTERMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 February 1891
=B.SIT E3Z RMINATION. (FnoM oDIC OWN COISuSPONDENT.) A MrETIx, convened by Mr. Pilley, of Kanumbra Station, Yarik, was held on the 28tv, ult :TlThe ineetisg.. was largely attended by resitlents of Alex andra, Yarck, and Gobur districts. Mr. Pilley was voted to the chair. Rabbit. lnspectors M'Cullocl and M'Lean were in attendance to give in fornmation to farmers as to the method of poisoning rabbits by phosplihrized wheat. Mr. M'Culloclh illustrated the pro cess of poisoning, and stated that he had tried experimlents on rabbits, and that the poisoned grains took effect in from two days to a week. MIr. M'Lean endorsed the opinion expressed by IMr. l'Culloch. In order to make the meeting more effectual, it was arranged that advertisements should be inserted in the newspapers, so that those not present should have an opportunity of laying poison throughout the whole district on one particular day, of which notice will, by unanimous vote of the meeting, appear in due course. It was recom...
ALEXANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 February 1891
ALEXzANDR A. (most oCR ewS CORRESOND -T.) Ar the last nieeting of our "locil par liament!' strong conmments were made, and I think very justly so, on a letter received from the Victorian Railways, referring to a letter from the Council of the-17th November, 1890, request ing that a refrigeraiting nor be put on between the Taillirook and Alexanda Road Stations. " The letter referred to stated that "the present traffic was insufficient to warriant the request be ing complied itlih,' hut that, 'whei the line was opened to Mansfield,. the matter would-receive consideration.'" The usual stereotyped reply. Now, consideriig several'years have elapsed since the Railkway Comn'isi sioners promised to run a refrigerating car to our district, the above reply: can only be looked upon as ai distinct breach of faith, and it is about time therariousshire buincils whose districts are interested in this matter should actively co-operrite in an "endeavor to have therequireminents of their mtinici pali...
CROWN LANDS SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 February 1891
CROWN LANDS SALE. MI. J. R. Moss?a?', District Land Officer, held a sale of town sections in the Court house, Yea, on Tuesday. All the lots offered, except one, found buyers, but the bidding was by no means brisk. The following are the details of the sale: Fronting Miller-street, at the site of the improvements of Fadw,. M'Sweeney. Upset prize, £25 per lot.--Charge for survey £1. Lot I. Area la. Or. 2 8-10Op., allotment 1, section 41. Valuation, £250. E. 3M'Sweeney ... £23 0 0 Fronting the Melbourneroad. Upset price, £11 10s. per lot-Charge for survey £1. Lot 2. Area 3r. 35 6-10Op., allotment 3, section 10. VW. ThorloyandA. M'Kay £11 10 0 Upset price, £90per lot.-Charge for nsur vey, £1. Lot 3..Area 3r. 9p., allotment 5, section 16. No!offer. . Upset price, £6 15s. per lot.-Charge for survey, £1. Lot 4. Area 2r. 22 3-10p., allotment 7, sectionsl6. J. D. Webster r ... £6 15 0 Upset price, £6 per lot--Charge for sur vey, £1. Lot 5. Area Ir. 35 6-10p., allot ment0, section 16. J. C. Sa...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 February 1891
-COMMI- LL- . MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. llELBOURNE, LAST IGnrT. Messrs. 1V. I'ILwr.ICK and Co. report: CHsEEE--Market dull, excepting a few really prime dairies: other sorts slow sale. BRrrEt. - Potted: Ordinary supply; market for prime fresh shade firmer; good prime, 5_d. to 7d. per lb.: a few odd casks of extra prime higher ; inferior and medium, 3d. to 4.. Fresh: MOlderateosupply; market firm, Old. to 1111.; a few favorites higher; good ordinary lots of lump, 6l.d. to Sid.; inferior, lower. Market for all sorts "was somewhat irregular. Eu-.-Is. to Is. Old. per doz. PouLTra.-Slack, excepting prime fit for
VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. LIVE STOCK TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 February 1891
y ICTORIAN RAILWAYS. LIVE STOCK TRAFFIC. r SToii "SilEE, C.rATTLE and HdnEsK may be forwarded from stations on oe line to stations on: another line at the torie ratrs. as.set forth in the Live Stock Thriff, for thl ivhole journey, provided always the trucl; are required to load.igain from the line. to which such Store Sheep, Cattle, and Horsos. are consigned. This rate will not, hoirevr, apply, nilcss the stock is consigned to and discharged at. stations IS miles distant fron Melbourne,. and 30 miles distant from Sandhurst, Bal larat, or Geelong. Two Entire Horses, two years and over,. in one horse Ihx, for diiterent owners, to be charged Od. instead of Is. each Ilr mile; minimum 2N 0s. Cech. Store Shccip, in lots of not less than ,me truck load, to le carried froum Ncwmarktot to Country Stations, and from S:m>dhurst, lhdlarat, and :eoelong to Statillons down the lines, at two-thirds the plublishd rates, and Store ('attle or Horsce in lots of not less th.n one truck lodl at one-h...
COOLING THE DAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 February 1891
COOLNG THE DIRY. MJEses. RCMBOLD BRos., prize cheese makers, at the Loddon, soon found that the first requisite for suc cessful clheesemaking in that warm climate was a cool dairy, and in onler to obtain this they erected the large stone bhuiling which forms such a conspicuous feature on the steading (says "Brum," in the lAustralasian). Solid bluestone walls were found in sufficient to keep out the heat, so a number of stout beams were laid against theside that is exposed to the sun. On these were fastened cross pieces, and the whole was covered with palings close up to the eaves. A good space was left below and a smaller above, to insure a thorough circulation of air. Outside of this protection a row of pines has been planted, so that in a few years they will give ample shade to that part of the building which is exposed the longest to the sun's rays. Even this protection did not give the requisite coolness, and, in order to insure an even temperature of from GOdeg. to 66deg., a st...
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 February 1891
epart?,o at1 Arrival of Mails. \3Luzs close and arrive ' tlihe Yea P'ost Office at the undermentioned hours: CLOSE aT YE FoR 'A.3L 11.. Melbourne.... ... ..._ 6 'nlhirook ... ... .. . 6 Doogaluok ... - ... Molesworth ... 11 - GUbur ... ... :.. 11 - Yarek ... .. 1 ...1 1 Alexandra... ... ... 11 S Murrindindi ... ....12 101 Flowcrdale "" .' 12 1 I'Leish's " .: 12 10 Underwood's" .." "' 1" I0 . Devlin ' . .1 O 1o " Holden's" ... .. O 101 Murph}'s .. . ." 10! RECIVED A. T YEA F?31-- A. 3I. P.M. Tallarok ... .. . . I . 930 . .elboun?e .. ... 11 30 0 30 D)oogalook ... ii... ... 1 30 Molesworth - 6 Gohur ... ... - G Yarck ... ... . - 6 Alexandra... ... 30 6 Mlurrindimdi . . 0 Flowerdale . . 1 :I0 M'Leish's .. . . .; I ;o Underwood's ... I:D Decvlin's ... . 1 30 Holden s... 1 30 Murphy's i.'. 1 30
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 February 1891
Birth. LZeroan.--On the ?2nd January, at Birre. gurra, the w'ife of Percy Lingford, of ason. In Xemoriam )Dourv.-lnlovingand affectionateremem brance of Maria Doherty, who died at her father's residence, Flowerdale, on the 7th February, 1890. We mourn the loss of her we loved and did our very best to save, Beloved, regretted, gone, remembered in her silent grave; Farewell, dear loved one, thy life is past, Our love for you to the end will last; Moarn not for your dear little children's sake, We love them dearly for your own own dear sake. She is gone where the weary can always find rest, . Where she feels neither anguish nor pain; Some day I hope, in heaven above, to meet with my loved one again. Oh, the absent are the dearest for a ister's loving heart, And the depths of our affection are not known till we part; Our hearts are sad and weary, and the tears' drop from our eyes, Thinking of our dear sister in the cold grave where she lies; Gentle in manner, patient in pain, Oar dear s...
Rates of Postage. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 February 1891
To all places beyond the Australian Colonies (BIritish N'%r Guinea, Fiji, and New Hebrides excelted), 2id. per half ounce. Post-cards to the United Kingdom, 2d. each. On letters to New South Wales, South Australia, Qucensland, Taosmania. New Zealand, Fiji, British New Guinea, and New Hebrides, td. per half-ounce; o-d. per ounce being formerly charged. Registretiou of letters, packets, parcels. &c., addressed to all places, ld. in addi tion to the ordlinar-y rate of postage.
Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 February 1891
.s51wa7 Tiima TaBlo ALFMASflA RolD To TIeLHoosose. lot. 2ad. S1inId Mixd Alexandra S. D. I . ..I. M.PI. Road, ... 080 .5 55 2 Catlhkn.i 5 740 54) Moleswortl 1 210 1) 7,0 :5 flalham ... I 101 3 - 74 Cheviot. 2 4i 1.7 51 i 10 a 10. 050 lea ... o10 ' lP Sb4 Homewood..1 101 7 - 4. 7' 0 Kcrrisiaace.. 4 10, 3 3 10 Tr-awool ... 5 10j 31 900)79 (rr. 9 0 745 Tallarook.... 014 9- Lap Lap. IIdep. 10`0O S :1 II 0.i7 Melb~ourne... 1631 0 air. l 56I 9 4 A.M1. P.31 . 1st d dep 40 5' s.u ~.an. 9 55 7 Tallarook .. 9 ff 3 dep 10 :0S2 i'r ooi " £ 10 '6 . 7 - 1 5 4 Kerridale.. 11 3 7 1, III' 851, Home'iwood.I' 'I. S 12 3 3 II ;1 10 Ifkrl).Tea' l 3 0 0 arr.11 55 **.M. 19 ::5 Cheviot " .. 13 9 9 3 I'5 9 49 Rilliam '..14 39 0 IS 3 0'0 0 3loleooorth I5 3.010 3i 12 45110 1:, (,athkno 'I,., . 0 I 110 a 11010G40 .Alvoxanlra Rood I ...16 I 0 rr. 121055 Cloauogo trans .it 1o.1,ook.