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TUESDAY, 29TH SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 October 1891

TIEDnaY, 297O SEmonER. F?r SHEEr.-25,000 were yarded. The bulk of the supply consisted of merinoes from the north, a large proportion of which con sisted of middling to good qualities, with an ample sprinkling of prime. Shorn sheep were fairly represented. The demand was dull, with a weaker tendency, but prices show no materialanlteration fronm last week's low rates. Very few crossbredsyarded. Prime crossbred wethers, from 15s to 17s 3d, according to weights; prime merino wethers, from 12s 6d to 14s; good do.. from 10s to lls6d; middling do., from Ss 6hi to 9O 6d; prime merino ewes, from Ss to 9S: a few extra do., from Os 6d to 10s; others from Gs; drafts of shorn merino wethers, from 7s to 9s: drafts of shorn merino ewes, from 5s Gd to 7s.

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

SAVE MONEY by sending to Lincoln, Stuart and Co., Limited, .?S8 Flinders street, Melbourne, the largest tailoring establishment in the city. They will plst t you free on application samples of tweeds and instructions for self-measurement. A really good serviceable all- wool suit to measure for 42s.; try theo.-4Auvr.] Hippodrome, 3Ring Circus AND COMBINED HOWS. THE WIRTI BROS. Coming by TheirQwn Special Tra!ir The Second L2argst an Earth! MoRE STUPE.NDOS,. S DID, SUCCESSrUL THAN E ! ALL" OTrne Snows HA' TO "BOW BEFORE Us! We Are the Shacf of Shows l --I eturn f the TWondobl Wirth BroS., AUSTRALIAN jaTITE "S, And the Second Largeslhow Owners in the Vvord! Rivalries thatAstonisheAustralia, Winning the Strongest R?gsition I Will Perfor- in Yea Two Nights. IT-To Nights!. FRIDAY AND STURDAY, 2nd and. 34d OCTOBER. T m8s EvCegrowidg Show S Itroi iso giat - that no building in Australia can hold It We must exhibitalwayi under canvass, in FA BiqGER TEVisthan ever. In fact; you can put all the...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 October 1891

MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Br ELEcrInc TELEGRAPI.] (FROM O W O . COPOS.ESPDEWT.) MELOOURSE, LAS NIGCT. FAT CATrr..-2,100 were entered, all of which sold. Owing to the advent of hot weather,the market opened extremely dull, especially for heavy weights, and prices show a furthlr decline. Prime pens of bul locks sold at from £S to £9 l0s; others, from £5. FAT CALVES.-170 penned. Prime vealers sold well, but others dulL Prime, £3 to £3 Os; good, £2 to £3 10s; middling, from 20s.

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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1891. WATER SUPPLY FOR YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 October 1891

HWIl 4iliS I!SCORPORITED PUBLISHED TRY THURSDAY. TH1URSDAY, ?OCTOBER 1, 1891. WATER St T 7FO T?A. AT an adjourned ing of the Yea Shire Ieouncil, held on S rday, the 12th ult, a petition, signed by residents of the town ship, was presente asking the Council to take steps towards rasing a Water Trust. At the same mje g a second petition, signed by 19 resi tCi (some of whom had signed the first on) was presented in favor of the foil ng motion which Cr. VEBSTER had giv otioee of at the annual meeting, held on t Monday (17th August) after the Shire e tions :-" That at the next ordinary meet gI will move that the town be further re ulated from the railway tank, pending an u r scheme; and that Highostreet east west be first served." When the first pettion was presented, Cr. WEnrrER stated tlit-"there was no doubt the petition was pinby some wiseacre to block his scheme' Now, what are the real facts? On Thursny, the 6th of Anugust exactly a week bri thIe eections took plaec- a public meetin...

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Useful Information. YEA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 October 1891

Usoful Informat1o. YEA POLICE COURT. Mr. J. Keogh, P.M., will hold: Cortur Ai Ya on the following dates: 8uptember-15, 2, 2. : October-13, 20, 27. November--3, 17, 24. '

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

halaeu Notices. YEA TAILORING ESTABLISIHMENT. H. Oates BEG8 to inform the Inhabitants of Yea and Surroundilg Districts that' he HAS REMOVED ills Tailorlnp Establliment TO HIOa-StRz?E (NEar TOSn A?D CosRDEov'.) A Good Assortment of Spring Tweeds Just to Hand. WOsEsc ARnSP A.D FIr GC..araTxzeoD. DODRATE PRICES The Yea Butchery. J. QUINLAN B EGS to inform the Residents of Yea and District that he has just Erected a New Butchery in High-street, near Shire Hall ; and trusts, by SPF'LYIN5O A G0OD ARTICL? AT A. REk.SOAnLE PrICE, to merit a fair share of public patronage. The Shop is Now Open. SMALL GOODS A SPECIALITY. The Yea Bakery, [Established 169.] D. M'KAY, IN returning THANKS for the liberal SUPPORT extended to him for the last '6 years, wishes a continuance of same. Family Order far Bread, Pastry., Wedding and Birthday Cakes deliveredl to any part of Yea and neignbourhood. Yeast For Sale at Melbourne Prices. Note the Address D. 31'KAY, North Street, YEA. Dunrobin Bakery, HIGH-STREET...

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YEA DAIRY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 October 1891

Asa D T OOVAX-NT. THE Directors of the Yea Dairy Company have been busily engaged daring the past fortnight in the various preparations (the number of which is known only to the initiated, and would surprise those who are not) required to put the company into tho rough going order. On Thursday last the following tenders for the creamery at Yea were opened: --Heffernan ... ... £115 10 0 J. Buggy ...... 107 10 0 J.W. Johnston ... 9719 0 T. Carison ... ... 85 00 Mr. Carison's tender was accepted, with certain modifications, which reduced the price to £76, and it was then decided to erect a similar building at Molesworth on the site purchased from Mr. M'Cormack, of Balham HilL The contract time is three weeks, and as the purchase of the necessary machinery and separating plant has been arranged for, the Directors hope to be able to start in about that time. As some of our readers are under the impression that all the shares have been allotted, we have been re qhested to state that there...

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

Wanted. ANTED Respectable Girl as HOUSE MAID and LAUNDRESS. Apply Miss Cos?.s, Caledonian Hotel. WANTED GENERAL SERVANT, or W TRONG GIRL to lean Hoe work. Apply Mrs. Puraca., High.strct, ;es. Auctlons. YEA MONTHLY SALE. J H. TEAGUE and CO. will hold their " * Next Sale on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1891. AT 11'cLoca SuAR', SPECL&L SALE OF 8OSES, (To which Attendance of Buyers is promised). AT HALF-rAsT ONE O'CLOCK, CLTTLZ, ISEEEP, &c. VENDORs are Specially Requested to send Entries at once, so that our Buyers can be advised in time to attend. J. H. TEAGUE AND CO., 82 William-street, Melbourne. YEA MONTHLY SALE. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1891, AT 1 o'cLocK. ABBOTT A.D WILSON will hold their - sual Monthly Sale on the above date, when they will Yard a Good Supply of Fat Bulloels Three andionr-year-old Steers Two-year-dd Steers Yearling Mlkers and Springers Also, Fat Sheep md Lambs. ABBIDT AND WILSON, Auctioneers, 41i Bourke-street, Melbourne. ABBOTT AND WILSON, STOCK AN) STATION AGEN...

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FURRED SKINS, HIDES, AND BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 October 1891

FURRED S?fINS, HIDES, AND BARK. MaEssn. YoueursnsND and COMPrANY, LuMrrED, report on the 29th September: FutoED Sslss.-Kangaroo: Best, up to 3a 6d per lb.; medium, up to 2s 9d; red, up to Ss 3d; brush, Is Od to Is Td. \Wallaby: Best, Is ld to-s Sd per lb.; medium, upto Is Od. Opossum: Biest ordinary, up to 7s Od per doz.; average, 3s 0d to 6s Od; infe. rior, ls Ot to Is 9d; silver greys, 6s 01 to So Od: mountains, 15s Od to 22s. Rabbits: Firsts, 10d per lb., or up to Is OI per doz.; seconds, 6d to lOd per doz. Miscel Ianeous: Fox skins, up to 5s Gd each; hare skins, 2s Od to 3sOd per doz. ; goat skins, Is to 2s 3d each; bear skins, up to 4s 6d per doz ; water rats, Is Gd to 3s 6d per doz. ; cats, domestic, up to 7s Od per daz.; do., native black, 3s to 6s per doz.; do., grey, 2a to 4s per doz. TIE New ZEALtD LO.LA AND MEECAN TAIIE AmCY CO., LIIoTED, report on the 25th September: Hms.--Green ox, extra heavy, up to 5d per lb.; odd hides to &l ; medium, up to 2;d; light, upto2d...

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A VISIT TO THE LONGWOOD CREAMERY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 October 1891

a. VI .TT E zo LONGWOOD CREa3hE.fT. (Br Ora SPECIAL ReroRTE.) AT the invitation of Mr. William Purcell, who is' now a storekeeper at Longwood, where he purchased the business of Mr. D. Hayes, who intends starting a store at Gobur, I paid a visit to Longwood recently, and had a drive to Euroa on the Sunday. It must be nearly 20 years since I first had a peep at Longwood, for I travelled on the North-Eastern line a few weeks after it was first opened, whenmany people in Melbourne, Ballarat, and Sandhurst used to prophesy that it would never pay for the axle-grease, and avered that the Premier (Sir James M'Culloch) had only made it in order that he and his fellow-squnatters might get their wool conveyed cheaply to the seaboard. As a matter of fact, it has paid, and still pays, bqtter than any of the lines-bar the old Huboon's Bay suburban lines, which at the time I speak of were still in the company's hanls. In those days Longwood presented a rather dismal appearance, and if it" were n...

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

8 as ad -roduce.. iJ1E R PRIESTLY, 88,90,92 FRANKLIN STREET, MELBOURNE ides, Sheepskins, Horns, Wool, Tallow, S6ankbonej, sair Tails, Beeswax, Ac.. Hosehair, Op . eam, Rabbit, Kangaroo and waulby Skins, Purchased at Highest Prices. Talor Cukt and salwt ways on Iad. Agencies: Adelaide Mers. E. R. Priestly & Co. (Cu-tlemaine. - Mr. S. Langham. W. M'Ilwrick .& Co., AUCTIONEERS and GENERAL PRODUCE BROKERS, Hold AUCTION SALES At their Produce Sales Rooms, S KING STREET, MELBOURNE, Every Waanosay and rridy, Of every Description of FARM and DAIRY PRODUCE. NTOTE.-Pig Sale held as usual every IT Thursday. at the Corporation's Pig Market, top of Elizabeth Street. On Sale, ButterCaaks, Annatto, Rennets, &.c H. J. CLEARY, GRAIm, PLOU. CHaFF and COxMISIO0 AGDEOT, Om i-710 FLINDER STREET, rELBOURN?. Condgurontsa srere. mlghitrsseobtained. Oeate Csh C Adres made. P.-SPECIAL ATTLSTION PAID. to CHAPI COsIOGBMENTS. Agents for allinds of Agrialtural Implemeat. Welch, Perriqllal...

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ANOTHER GREAT WIN! AN INVALID FOR 12 YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 October 1891

OT8E R, GOREAT W'IN I AN INVALID FOR 12 YEARS. MIss. FA-SY DEcx, wife of a gentleman em ployed in the Lambton Collieries, kindly allows ns to publish the following 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 had been in a state of extreme debility FOR TWELVE TE.uiF , frequently quite unable.,to.do any work; the lightest kind ,aosing great fatigue, with severe pails in the limbs, hack, and left side. Sosevere was the pain that she would have to sit or lie down frequently. Walkingexercise was very trying, and she could onlywalk very slowly. She had longseeu CLsiSMx Toxs? advertised, but like many more people her husband was prejudiced against "patent medicines," but (noew iwa me rsrswn'worsds) " I knew some one whofIad tried CIexr.ons Toxic, and I decided to get a bottle on the quiet and say nothing about it ifit did me no good. - The effect I thought ...

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The Government Gazette. TRANSFERS REGISTERED. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 October 1891

The Government Oaztte. TRANSTEBS REGISTERED. Sarah J. Wilson, 139s. Or. 15p., Wind ham, to Charles Hilliear, sen. Harry Ware, 319a. 2r. 1Sp., Dropmore, to Harry Ware. William Purcell, 321a. Or. 32s ., Wind ham, to John W. and Alex. Drysiale. Stephen Lade, jun., and Edward Brock, 319a. Or. 22p. anl 297a. 2r. 5p., Windham, to William Richards. James Cavanagh, jun., 523a., Woodburn, to Jane Nash John F. Davies, 219a. 3r. 39p., Dropmore, to John Green. Robert Moore, IGOa. Or. 3p., Northwood. to Margaret M'Cormick. Emma Green, 21la. Or. 9p., Kerrisdale, to Robert Green. Stowell MarshallU, jn., 319a. Or. 16p., Ghin Ghin, to Stowell Marshall, sen. John Stevens, 299a. 3r. 4p., Dropmore, to James LH Chrystal. Matthew Nicholas, 319 . 3r. 25p., Kerris. dale, to Ann Mitchell. James S. Crawford, 437a., Dropmore, to Flora A. Purcell. LeasES StRREnDERED. John Bradley,!block H., section C., 320a., Dropmore-with a view to having it changed from the 32nd to the 42nd section. Ar'PLCATIONS FOR LILnCCES...

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YEA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. (Before Mr. Keogh, P.M., Messrs. T. S. Scale and J. M'Cormick, J.P.'s.) A MISTAKEN INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 October 1891

T.LA POLICE COV3'T. TrosDlr, SEPrstIF. 29. (Before Mr. Keogh, P.M., Mes?rs. T. S. Scale and J. M'Coranick, J.P.'s.) A MISTAKE5N ICFOR.MATIO. ' William George Crockett, manager of Kil lingworth Estate, chargc d Frank Sier and Charles Sier "for that, on'the 21st day 'of September, 1591, certain skins and neecos, to wit, six asehl-skiis ad itseveral fleeces, the property of one John Nath aidl Walton.. were found in the posses-ion of the said, de fendants, the said defendants failing to account that they came lawfully by the Mr. Jackson, who appeared for the in formnst, asked leave to w5ithdraw it, stating that some doubt enisted as to the ownership of the wool. 1e could nosure their Worships that his elient hadn rceived no pecuniary consideration whatever. Mr. Keogh: Is the informant here? Mr. Jackson: No: your Worship, but I am here on his behalf. I can assure you that no pecunniary consideration has led to the withdrawal of the information. Mr. Keogh: He should hove been here to atis...

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A YEA MAN IN THE LAND OF HIS FATHERS. COLLIES, CREAMERIES, SCENERY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 1 October 1891

YEA MAN IN THE LAND OF   HIS FATHERS. COLLIES, CREAMERIES, SCENERY. MR. D. McLeish, of Murrindindi, has kindly placed at our disposal a letter which he received from his brother by last maiL Writing from the Queen's Hotel, Glasgow, on the 1st August, Captain McLeish gives us   an insight into the "lovely autumnal weather" a colonial is greeted with in " Auld Reekie " in what used to be the very finest month of all the year. It is enough to make the hair of the author of Thomson's " Seasons" rise in anger at such a change. His information about the working of the Fairleld Dairy Factory, where, curiously enough, he found a Mr. Drysdale in charge, as well as the feeding of dairy cattle, should be of service to his old neighbors just now. We make the following extracts from a long and interesting letter: This morning I went by the 8.46 train from the Central Railway Station to a place called Goarock, on the Clyde. From there I went by steamboat (The Lord of the...

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FIFTY POUNDS FOR A GUESS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891

FIFPTY PO S FOYR . GESS. As ordinary alker's whisky bottle has been cc letely filled with Dr. Fletcher's Pil securely corked with a cork one inch to the neck and sealed and placed i the charge of the Com mercial Bank ewtown, Sydney. No liinrJ soul k? c how many Pills the bottle contai We agree to divide £50 (fifty p ds) in prizes for the nearest guess as to the number of pills containe n the bottle as follows: One present of " for the nearest guess. for the next nearest guess forthe nextnearestguess forthe next nearest guess ,, ,, ,, for the next nearest guess forthe next nearest guess S ,, forthenext nearestgnucss Conditions: .We make nocharge for the guess, but nly purchasers of Dr. Fletcher's Bil us and Liver Pills are eligible to co ete and the guess must bewritten on ce of our printed forms, one of which i'wrapped around every shilliughbox le~ving our laboratory after this date. In ase two or more persons guess the corrxt number, the one first to hand will get the.£25, and the ...

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Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891

Goods sad 2?reol st the Tes &i1, way Station. Tue following is a list of the goods and parcels awaiting delivery at the Yea Rail way Station on Wednesday morning: GOODS. A. Hood, Sanders, Waddell, Hunter, Smith, Jameson, Churchus, Walton, Tea tree G.M. Co., D. and D. M'Leish, Deesour. PACELS. Mie M'Leieh, C. Anderson, A. Dryedale, Buggy, Hasler, Perry and Petch, Brown, Stewart, M'Pheron, Dean, Cunningham, Morrissey, Toohey, W. Anderson, M. Underwood, Almond, W. A. Wilson. Otva Ows CoaREorPOsnDrswill oblige by sending in their communications as early ats possible.

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ANOTHER GREAT WIN! AN INVALID FOR 12 YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891

ANOTEE.GREAT WIN! AN INVALID FOR 12 YEARS. Mas. FANaYr DEsr, wife of a gentleman em ployed in the Lambton Collieries, kindly allows nos to publish the following facts of her interesting ease and wonderful recovery, which we gather from her correspondence, and which we slhll be glad to allow anyone to peruse who wishes to do so. Mrs. Dent had been in a state OT extreme debility roR TWELVe YeARst, freijuentlygulite unable to do ain work, the lightest kind causing great fanfige, with severe pains in the limnbs, back, and left side. Sosevere was the pain that she would have to sit or lie down frequently. Walkingexercise was very trying, and she could only walk very slowly. She had longseen CLxtxnEriToxtcancertised, but like mnny mnire people herhusbit?d ?as prejudiced agaiTnst "patent medicitie6,".but (now we nseller own words) '.I knew some-. one who had tried CLEJE.Snw TOnIC, and I decided to get a bottle on the quiet and say nothing about it if it did mne no good. The effect I though...

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YEA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6. [Before Messrs. E. S. Purcell (chairman), T. S. Scale, and J. Bett, J.P's.] LEAVING A DEAD BULLOCK IN THE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891

TEA POLICE .COOUT. TUEsDAY, OcronER O. [Before Messrs. . S. PErcell (chairman), T. S. Scale, and J. lBett, J."'s. LEAVISO A DEAD BULLOCK IC THE RIVER. Senior-constable Alexander charged Reu ben Tyson; cattle denver, with leaving a dead bullock on the road at O'Connor'a Flat on the 25th inst. Thomas O'Connor stated that he saw de fendant on the 17th ult. He was feeding 600 to 700 head of cattle on O'Counor's Flat. Witness told him that the police were after him for leaving a bullock in the creek, and also one at Boon. The defendant said, " Quite right," and seat two men away to burn it. Witness saw the fire burning. John White stated that he removed a bullock from the Yea River, at O'Connor's Flat. The top part had been partly burnt, but as the animal was stuck in the creek, the fire had not burnt him properly. The stench from it was very bad. The bullock had been walking along the bank, when it alipped away from him. The hind quarter was in the water, and only the head had been burn...

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

SAVE I4otx by sending to Lincoln, Stuart M,? ., Limited, 2,8 Flinders. street, lbou.rne, the largest tailoring establish nt in the city. They will pest to ou f on.application samples of tweeds and ittins for'self-measurement A really g?M ser'iceable all - wool suit to measure r 426.; try them.r?{A?iv.] SHIRE OF YEA. T ?ENERS. addressed to the President, will he received until 12 Noon on S.Am'Vr AY, the J7th OOTonsR, 1891, for the following Works: Contract 7j92.-Formation, Culvert, &c., Killingworth.; AltTenlerO to h mnomepanied by cashor niarked cheque of o per cent. of amount of tender, and addressed to the President. No Tenler will be accepted, unless ac comlnaied by the required deposit. Plans and specifications to be seen at the Shire Hall. P. LINGFORD, C.E., Shire Engineer. Zining Notieoo. THE MINING. ON PRIVATE PRO PERTY ACT, 1884. ArPPerDx A.-(Rmc 4.) NOTICE OFLPLICATION FOR MIN. O LEASE. I THE apder?s. d, hereby give Notice ? that, with. seven days from the date here...

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