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STRATH CREEK ATHLETIC CLUB SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891
STn.Td ATELETIUO QLC SPO8TS. TuE follo ing Handicaps have been de. clared for 4e Shelield and Hurdles: SIIEFFIELD. RI. Mde ... . ... scratch. J. S n ... . 2 yds. P. . heehan ... 11 ,, J. Mine ...,12 E. H.Doso ... 12 ,, C. C. illiear ... ... 13 ,, Thomi Dwyer ... .. 13 J. Malkay ... ... ... 13 K. 3Mtherson ... ... 13 H. Clelad......... 13 Tho .unro, jun.... ... 22 ,, R. Mude ....... ...... I yd. J. La ... ... 0 yds. J. . S. on .. ... ... I ,, P. Sheehlu ... ... 11 , J. Ple. ..... ... 11 E. obon ... 12,, L.q Dwyer ...... 12 ,,
DEATH OF MISS AGNES E. MILNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891
DE?T? OF MISS QTZES E. MIZNE. Wucse it became known on Tuneday after noon that the only diaghter of the estceined Pastor of the Yea I'resbyterian Church had passed out of the life of this clninnility, after a re?idleuce and coitpaliouship of six Indl a half yelrs, at the early age of 23 years. the dleelpest arraow wasn expr-eedl on all liles. Doring the past for yearln ' lis Milne had not beel ill robust lie lth, lhaving Iuecn alllering. mollre r le?s anitely, fromi analllia; lllt last year si!e went fir a long holilay to her oily herther's ait Iifu-oiieiit anal to frell:d; at fir nlong, andu rtl rnol hliome, feeliing Imci lminclftiil lby the enmulOg. S?oiu a turn nauin set ln for tie worse, nnil as she appa?redI l ti Ine gradually piidng a;y. lher lirelts inng!tt thle issitauce of tIr. Lni shortly alter his arrival here. Unudcr his okilful trs atmcnt, soe rsllied wonldlerfully-the mnixtre oii pIIile witll lih?er food, Uiller 'r. I uny' own suoer isioh, iwprluuing ?iarkedly e:lcitch...
Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891
P.aiiwa.y Time' Table. tAEXANDRA. ROAD To FLetonunE. , lst. 2nd. f , Mixd Mixd Alexandra .I . s. 9. . A.m. P.D. Road .. dep. 7 5D 10 Cathkin ... 80,5 - 7 0I;5 25 'toleswortli 1., 20 0 9 : 7 5 35 Balha .. 1, 1 3 ,-- 7 4I 50 Cheviot ... 2 1 7 76 :e? ,':!'2:. ':[ [arr.,! 8.10i6 15 ea 3 ; 9 ; 8 6 or o arr . 95' 71 3ELCOOY} TO AxaDuA1iR~b. Pass. Pass. Melbne... let. I2nd. diep. 7 140 5 2~2 S .D. S'D. arr. 9 7.58.._ Kerrisdale... II 3 7 . 1.15,8.5t Tara',vool~ 9 Holme?oo-d...1 '3 83 =' '-i: 9 10, • ,i'.81 -- I e. o "- ' lol s? - . art. 155 925 Yea ...13 3.9 0 Sdep. r.... 9 "5: Cheviot ...13 9 9 3 12 5 940 .. . " 12 19 Balham ...14 9 6 - 12 3010 0 Molesworth 15 310 3 '- 12 4510 15: Cathkin ... 15 G? 10 3 - 1010 40 Alexandra ."' SRoad ...16 311 0 arr. 12B10'55' Change trains at Tallarock.
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1891. THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT AMENDMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891
WITH WIIIIC I ISNCORPORATED 1ýc }c 3sdlcaEeapIj. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TIUI?RSD4Y, OCTOBER 8, 1S91. TEE LOCAL GOVEfM?ENT AOT AM-ENDENT RSIL. IT seems a pity that, after the Hon. Mr. WHEELER consented to adjourn the discussion on this important Bill for several weeks, the Yea Shire Council has postponed consideration of the measure till next Saturday week. The Minister made his able speech on the second reading of the Bill on the 3rd of last month, and it is rather a long interval between the 3rd of Sep tember and the 17th of October. It may be said that, as we are amongst the most favored Shires at present, and the Bill proposes to reduce our subsidy, from £3 to £2 7s. 6d, the less we have to do with it the better. But we are afraid that will not help us very much. Change has been looming in the distance for some time past, and cannot be delayed much longer. In pro posing such important alterations, Mr. WHEELER frankly confesses that he is only following in the footsteps of Mr. ...
The Government Gazette. APPLICATIONS FOR LICENCES AND LEASES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891
The Oovoanmeot azotto. APPLIC.ATIONS POR LICE.ýCES A.D LEASLa APPlOThD. T. C. Waddell. 3OOa., Yea. P. Doyle, 3101, Dropmore. TOANOFEOS E.EGISTE.Efl. W. Hieck, 260.L, WVindham, to L Davey. A. C. M'Coobhe, 166a., Switzerland, to T. H. S. Bryan. J. Meggett, 470a., Dropmore, to !R. A. Megett. )ILNEBAL LEASES DECL&REIJ VOID. T. O'Shea and another, 25a. Or. 8p., Merton.
CLEARING SALE AT GHIN GHIN. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891
CLEARING SALE AT CHIN GCHIN. Messns. E. SMIrra .D Co. held a clear. ing sale for Mr. A. Patton, at Ghin Chin, on Thursday last. There was a large attendance of buyers, and spirited bidding, everythine being cleared at good prices. Horses fetche up to £15 IOs: ponies, upto £14 lI5s; work. lag bullocks, £7 15s each; milch cows, up to £7 5s; young stock, up to 44s; and pigs, S0n eack
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891
Eluction Notices. SHIRE OF YEA. Extraordinary Election. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE,-That an I EXrrnoROtVsAy- ELEC 0To. will be held on TUESDAY, the 27th day of OCTOBER, 1591, for the ELECTION of ONE COUN CILLOR to fill the Vacancy caused by the Resignation of ex-Councillor J. CuariEW SANDEES. I hereby require all Candidates for such Vacancy to be Nominated at the Office of the Shire Council, High-street, Yea, in the manner prescribed in the Local Government Act, 1890. And I hereby appoint WEDNESDAY, the 14th day of OCTOBER. 1891, to be the Nomination Day, and require all Candidates to lodge their Nomination Papers with me, between the hours of Ten o'clock in the forenoon and Four o'clock in the afternoon, on TUESDAY, the 13th of OCTOBER, being the day preceding the Nomination day. T. S. SCALE, Returning Officer. Shire Hall, Yea, October 7, IS91. VICTORIA RACING CLUB. CUP WEEK. DERBY DAY ... Ocr. 31st CUP DAY ... ... Nov. 3rd OAKS DAY ... ... Nov. 5th STEEPLECHASE DAY Nov. 7th £1,000 Added...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891
COaMEEOA&z. MELBOU~NE PRODUCE MARKETS. (Br ELEcrIuc TEnrt.rtI.] cOMt OUR OWN CtORRESPONIF;T.) MIELhOtRNE, I?NT M1TGHT. Iessrn. W. M'ILwn:tc and Co. report: CReeE-.-Prime motured, 6d to 7d; one pecial lot, Sd; gold prine, new seaonos make, 41d to 5l ; inferior lower. Burr .--I'otted: Pridme new weekly, 55d to 6dd. Fresh: Large supply ; best dairies, 6Bd to 7!d; a few favorites higher; good ordinary, 5dd to 6d; inferior, lower. Eoos.-9d per dozen. CARCASE PRL.-On Friday small supply; prime light weights, 4bl to 51d; prime heay, to 4d ; inferior, to per lb. PouLtar".-Good demand for prime birds.
Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891
NEW rates for merchandise, wool, produce, live stock, &c., are published as a supple. mert to the Gorernmmen Ga:ccte of the 27th August. The rates per hale for wool, not exceeding 4cwt., is 2s. up to 45 miles. Fron 45 up to 60 miles, 4dL per bale for every 5 miles or part of 5 miles; and from es up to 100 miles, 3d. per bale for 5 miles, or p trt of 5 miles the latter rates to be cumulative on the former charge. Cattle or pigs will be conveyed at 9d. per truck per mile, up to 101 miles; 3d. per mile to be added from 101 up to 150 miles. If over 150 miles, 7d. per truck per milewill be charged for the whole journey. The minimum clmrge is 20s., with a terminiual charge of 2s. per truck in addition to the above rates. horses to be conveyed at the followin rates :-Mare, gelding, lilly, or entire, under 2 years, 6d. per mile; entires, 2 years and over, Is. per mile; two entires, 2 years and over, belongi~g to different owners, if carried in one loosebox, 9d. per mile each-the min...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891
We cannot enter into correspondence about this compitition, unless stamps for reply and- addressed envelopes are sent each time. - Results and names of successful guessets will be sent to every body who sends two penny stamps and addressed envelope, and not otherwise. F. M. CLEMENVr, Newtown, Sydney.
YEA MONTHLY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891
YEA MONTHLY SALES. Meseos A?nOTr A\? W IL5os report har ing held their usual monthly sale at the municipal yards, Yea, on Friday last. Bid sling was rather dull, but after the sale they managed to dispose of most of the cattle submitted at fairly satisfactory rates. Messlts. J. H. TeArCE AND Co. report having sold a number of horses at fairly good prices, considering the reason of the year, but the bidding for rattle and sheep was rather dull.
[CERTIFICATE.] 22/6/91. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891
ICERTIFICATE.] 22/6/91. We have this day seen a Walker's wh?isky bott!e filled with Dr. Fletcher's Pills. and securely, corked and sealed. No one knors.how many pills are in the bottle. vhich is now secure in our safe until Jinuery 1, 1892. W~. :H. GoDDARD, Manager. ERaEsr Lroxs, Accountant. Commercial Bank, Nostown, Sydney.
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. TUESDAY, 6TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. TUEsDAY, 6nt OcronE. FAT SHEEr.-23.000 were yarded, which consisted chiefly of second to good quality merinos, with a limited proportion prime, crossbreds being spariegly represented. The demand was firmer for good to prime quali ties, while other sorts realised late rates. Prime crossbred wethers, from 15s to 17s,. according to weights; prime crossbred wethers, shorn, from 11e to 12o; do. do. ewes, 12s 6d to 13s; do. do. do., shorn, 8s 6d to Os; do. merino wethers, 12s &1 to 14s: extra prime and heavy do. do., to 15s; good merino wethers, 10s lid to ls 6i ; middling do. do., 9O to 10s; prime merino ewes Ss to Os, a few extra prime and heavy do. do., to 10s 6d; prime merino wethers, shorn, Ss to 9s; extra prime and heavy do. do., shorn, IOs to lOs 6d; others, from 6s to 7s 6d ; drafts of merino ewes, shorn, -is ?d to 6s lid.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891
"Skiu?s sad Produce. E.' R. PRIESTLY, 88, 90, 92 FRANKLIN STREET, MELBOURNE Hides, Sheepskins, Horns, Wool, Tallow, Shankbones, iair Tails, Beeswax, &c., Ho?sehair, Oppossum. Rbbit, Kangaroo and Wallaby Skins, Purchased at lliglshet Priru. Tallow Oasks and Salt always on Hand. dgencies: Adelaide . Messrs. E. R. Priestly & Co. Castlemaine- - Mr. S. Langham, W. M'Ilwrick & Co., AUCTIONEERS and GENERAL PRODUCE BROKERS, Hold AUCTION SALES At their Prodce Sales Rooms, 2 KING STREET, MELBOURNE, Every WedB sday ana i dl y, Of every Description of FARM and DAIRY PRODUCE. N OTE.-Pig Sale held as usual every Thursday at the Corporation's Pig Market, top of Elizabeth Street. On Sale, Butter Casks, Annatto, Rennets, &c. H. J. CLEARY, OBGRAI FLOUR, CHRP? and COMMISSION AGEnT, Oere-3t10 pLINDERw STaeT, MBILUOURE. Conaagnmena receiel. Hghest prteobtalaed. Lieal CAth Aeaces made. P9.-SPcIALt ATTEnTION PAID to CHAFF CO5eIGSMINTS. Agent for all kinds of Ageriol-mal Imp...