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YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891
YEA EIZ3RE CO NOL. I SATURDAY, Oc-roni 3. Tue usual monthly meeting i the Council was held on Saturday. Prese : Crs. Scale (President), M'Cormick, Wetler. ('ondon, Ferguson, Carver, Richards, rd Quinlan. CONFIRMIATION OiF MII'TPES. Cr. M'Connick(moved, andthe President seconded--" That the milntes of the ordinary meeting and special eeting of the 5th September, and adjouoed ordinary meeting of the 12th Septembh", and special meetin' of the 20th Septemio, be now con firmed. '--Carried, Cr. Wbhster voting against it. COaRESPONDENsi From W. G. Crockett, callg attention to the very bad state of the maii road leading to Killingworth Station, at aisont about one mile and a half from the uiain Alexandra road. About six chains at Usat place were at present very boggy, and vould seriously affect the heavy tratlic durhg the coming wool season. From S. Brace, Kerrisdal, strongly ob jecting to pay half the cost olthe repairs to the culvert opposite his hoie, as the cul vert was over a drain nua...
MOLESWORTH NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891
.XOL RTWBT NOTES. I.5LUENZA has been very busy amongst our residents, not a few havng'been, andl are at present, confined to their beds through it. The advance agent for Wirth's Circus, Mr. Alexander, is the latest victim hero; he was attacked while going through to Merton, and obliged to lay up at the Molcsworth Hotel. A peculiar buggy accident occurred to Mr. Tom Hoban aond his sister while en rosue to your township on Monday week. The horse shied on the cutting at the junction of the Molesworth with the Whanregarwen road, and bolted through the fence, and capsized the buggy on the road'below, throwing the occupants heavily to the ground. Mr. Hobaln, who was rendered unconscious for a couple of hours, was badly cnt about the head and face, his wrist sprainea, and shoul der bruisle, but his sister fortunately escaped with a severe shock only. The shafts of the buggy were broken, besides other damage to It. I am pleased to note your popular Band master, Mr. Doody, has started giving...
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891
Dopaitlo sa A~xnrival of Moails.. MAILS close and arrive at the Yen.Yost Office at the undermentioned houica: .,. CLOSEAX YEA PFO A.M4 POX. Melbourne.: 8 Tallarook 8 '.( ' Molesworth . .l.... 11 " Yarck'-11-7. Aloaandra:. .. .. 11 8 Murrindindi .. .. 12 10 Flowerdale . ..,.....I 12.10?L M'Leish's .: . 12 10 Underwood's 12... ..2/10 Devlin's ... ... 1210 Holden's 12 10 Murphy's : '.. 1I0 SRECEIVED AT EA SEM- -AS!, .MP.![ Tallarok .:.:.? ". :"'::-11301 9 30 Melbourne... 11 9 30/ Doognlook. :' .. 130 Molesworth - 0 Gobur - . ? - iblurrididi .. :. ... 1 Flowerdaloe .. ... 1 'M'Leish's ..f. . '3 Underwood's .. ... 1 300 D vlin's .. .. ... 1 30 Holdeh's ... ... 4 ... : 30: -urphy's ... .. ... 1 30
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891
2TEWS AND 1ZOTELS Ocr of respect to themnemory of the late Miss Milne, the usual band practice will not take place this evening. A EeSTLEMA. who hnslately pierced into the Yea River Syndiadte's magnificent forest country, informs us that two saw mills will shortly be cuttsg, and that five will probably be at work before the end of the season. A contract has been let for the making of 250,000 bricks to build the Mountain Palace Hotel so nmch talked of two or three years ago, and the tramway is in course of construction. Like Catherine of Russia, the Yea River Syndicate moves steadily along-stopping for a time, but re suming as the opportunity offers. Our in formant is quite positive- in his opinionu that the tramway me..?come.thi way: O.s Saturday, Ur.; J. C. Sanders teidered his resignation as a member of the e.t S.hire Council. It was received with regret, on the motion of Cr. Condon, seconded by Cr. Fer guson-the only dissentient being, of eourse, Cr. Webster. No man was ever trea...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891
YEA TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. H. Oates 3EGS to inform the Inhabitants of Yea and Surrmnndis Districts that he HAS IREMOVED T"lrisg Esttablishment To Thos-.sm-RE (NEXT Toso .c13 CosGROE'xs) A Good Assortment of Spring Tweeds Just to Hand. 'OOi RXANSIST5P Atku FIT GrattU'nEt. 1MODERATE PRICES. The Yea Butchery. J. QUINLAN J EGS to inform the Residents of Yea and District that he has just Erected a New Butchery in Higlh-street, near Shire Hall; and trusts, by arrrLe'.va a 0oo0 .?RI:CEr. AT . O)~ t tLKE RlCE, to merit a fair share of public patronage. The Shop is Now Open. SMALL GOODS A SPECIALITY. The Yea Bakery, Esatablished 1859.] D. M'KAY, T retnrnein THANKS for the liberal SUPPOR extendled to him for the last .6 years, wishs a continuance of Faminnly Order fir Iread, Pastry, Wedlling and Birthday Cakes delivrcled to any part of Yea and neignbourhoodl Y etst For Sale at Melbourne Prices. Note the Address D. M'KAY, North Street, TEA. Dunrobin Bakery, HIGH-STREET, YEA. ARNOLD HOOD B EG...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 October 1891
Fncral Notico. THE FUNERAL of the Late Miss AGNES ELIZABETH MILNE will Leave the Manse, Miller-street, THIS DAY (THURS DAY), at Half-past Two o'clock, for the Yea Cemetery. Friends will kindly accept this intimation. In cmorism. HW oE.-In loving remembrance of our dear father, Alexander Robert Hume, who died on the 6th October, 1S90. Aged 72 years. Silently the shades of evening Gather round our lonely door; Silently they bring before us A face we shall see no more. He is gone, but not forgotten, Never shall his memory fade; Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger Around our darling father's grave. Oh! we miss him, hbut how sadly, Bleeding hearts alone can tell, Earth has loot him, but Heaven has found him, Darling father, fare thee welL -Inserted by his loving family.
THE ALEXANDRA HOSPITAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 October 1891
TEM A&ZlZEATN IOmZTAL CONCOET. IT is almost needless to remind our readers that the Alexandra Orchestral Society's concert takes place to-night in the Y e Shire Hall, and that the object is to assist an institution which has helped many of our people, and returned them hale and hearty to their friendls after a sojourn within its hospitable walls. If the time ever comes and it has already come in at least one colony of the Australasian roup--fir a. charitable aid ~ate, we shall all have to put'. our hands into our pockets much deeper than we are called upon to do now, under the voluntary system. No arguments are needed to show why we should all con tribute to such institutions accordlng to our meo:i: it has long pasel beyond that' region, and is regarded as one of the duties pertaining to our citizenship in a tree country,. where there are no " Lord or Lady :: Bountifuls," and, what is more, where we do not want any, though there are tites when they may serve a useful and' or...
THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 October 1891
THE BALL. There was a ball in the evening, and our small hall was filled to its utmost capacity. Mr. Sorrell supplied the music, and, was assisted occasionally by Mr. W. Johnston. I should like to give a description of the. ladies' dresses, but such a task is beyond my humble powers. All I can say is that every one enjoyed themselves immensely, and that " dancing was kept up till daylight.
STRATH CREEK ATHLETIC CLUB SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 October 1891
STWATE CESZ A.LTELIZO OLWS tl (FROM o? 0 OWN CO N?REB I'SnT.) N. CoKnAlur to expectation, the weather was beautiful for the sports last Friday; it a rained off and on throughout Thursday, and at five o'clock the following morning it came down heavily, and a postponement seemed inevitable. However it cleared off shortly a after, and the weather was all that could be desired during the res.,of the day. The ground was prettily decorated with flag and d the course in far better order than on the last oocason-which was not to be wondered at considering the vast amount of work the committee had expended on it. The Club had a booth on the ground, and dispensed a plentiful supply of fruit, sandwiches, I pastry, tea, coffee, &c., and there was also a second which furnished the thirsty with c cordials of various kinds. Rather over 400 S people attended, including iuany visitors, I the Broadford contingent being especilly I strong. Some disappoitment was felt that your town was so poor...
Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 October 1891
ood and Parcels at the Tea Ral way Sa tic - " ool's. J. H. Rice, C. Davey, Purcell, S. Smith, John Murphy, S. Matchett, F. E. Evans, C. Andersn. Perry and Petch, A. Drydnale, Lang, Sier, 'Wild, Webster, Taylor, Ross, Davey, Hollis, M'Pherson, M. Toohey, 'M. Underwood, Renshaw, Knights, Dunn.
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 October 1891
I, epature .d. -Anrrval 'f M'ails lfs 'closea and-arrive, at te Yea Post Office at the undermentioned hors'' . CLO Safi A IFOE-..AM P. Melhboemeurn ';l?.., a.:.: d:. S Pi 6 .:.:o Tallarookfl.i Gan .ain r, : . 8)1 S0 Doglolok ... .. .. - . ?61; Mplesworth ... -.. 11 - .rck "Ij "J. i.1.l . - u5t Alecxandra... ... ... 11: i 80 :E1 MI rrind div :,, ,.. .:. 12,10 1:; Flowednl ,i .., 21 s 4 : j12,10 a! Undenyood's4: ,';iwi on#. 1110 , Devlin's,.;". , ; r.:. 12,10 Ai ; M rphy'des... ro , .. 1;10 RECEIVED AT YEA 711D03M A :M' P lallarooek 130930 Mllbournc. -,,y, ;' . 11 30,9 0 .; Doogalook.. : ... 11 30. "1. 'IMleavorth,.i. -;a c .6 Gao esw - 1. i farck Alexandra... 8 : 0.. 0. , bclrrindindt 1"30," Hbldle's 1' 0 . , hl h I , :>4, ' ll3Q
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 October 1891
=EWS AD N1OE9. LocAL LAsD R.AnMs will be held at Yea on Friday, the 20i November; and at Sey mour on Thursdn, 19th November. It looks as itf ir .oderick Morchison's theory-that theltrunk bf the golden tree would one day ,found in Western Aus. tralia-will protly b6 l verified. A late telegram states iat one man got no less than 5cwt. of gol[ last week in the Yilgarn goldfield. THe anneal ,*iug Show of the Seymour and Nagambie Uited A. and P. Association takes place this 'ar at Nagambie, and will be held on l\edrday, the 28th inst. En tries close teo oe-ow week. Prize-liats and entry forms can >c obtained from the popu. lar and hard-weakig Secretary, Mr. 1. G. Collas, Station.sriket, Seymour. Mn. J. OATrs,iootmaker, will commence business in Yea m IMonday next, and will open in the shoplately occupied by Mr. R. J. Dryadale. Ifhei a efficient a cutter of leather as his bdeher (Mr. Hugh'Oates) is of cloth-and webear that he -n-he will be certain of a large share of litronage, for his...
IS INFLUEA CONTAGIOUS? [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 October 1891
Z INF. 00Oj TAGZO02S We have he this question asked frequently, an n view of the spread of what is g ,Slly known as "the influenza "--tl h medical nmen are not quite agy . that many of the f febrile compla now afflicting huma nity should b t down under that generic term- is as well to have it definitely ans . In our last "Re view of Revrs"-that wonderful production of . STEAD's, which keeps its readers in ouch with the great world beyond a seas-we find that a Blue Book wa4sid before the English Parliament onlhe sulject, and that Dr. PAnsoes, ao compiled it for the Local Govern nt Board, sets it be yond questionthat "in it1 epidemic influenza is a eminiently infectious complaint, coqrunicable in the ordi nary personal ;hatiozis of individuals one with anoer." .Dr. GReSSWELL, our own eminut.sanitary authority, stated at the rstiing of the Board of Health last swk that it should be more generallynown that the disease is an infectiousone, and that sufficient emphasis is nott'ýi on the f...
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1891. SUCCESSFUL DAIRY FACTORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 October 1891
W?T WHICHI IS ?NCORPORATED PUBLISHlRD RVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1891. YCCE3OOfUL DA=Y PACTORIES. A FEW months ago we published the annual report and balance-sheet of the Thoona Dairy Factory Company, and the results disclosed were a real surprise to most people. We have now even a more satisfactory report from the Koreit and Tower Hill Butter and Cheese Factory Company. During the past year there was an increase of nearly 80 per cent. in the business of the factory, and, after paying all ex penses, the year, which began with a debit balance of £863, closed with a net cash credit balance of £949 16s. 10d., or about 41 per cent. on the paid up capital of the company. A dividend of 10 per cent. was declared, £400 was set aside for a refrigerator, the directors (who had made themselves personally liable for £2,000 when the success of the company was doubted by many people) were voted £10 each, and the manager a bonus of £25. After doing all that, they were able to carry £230...