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ANOTHER GREAT WIN! AN INVALID FOR 12 YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
£1OTZEZ GREAdT WI AN INVALID FOR 12 YEARS. MYs. FAS.Y DEzr, wife of a gentleman em ployed in the Lambton Cdllieries, kindly allows us to publish the' following facts of her interesting case and wonderful recovery, which we gather from herb cirrespondence, 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 YEARS, freqeuently quite unable to do any work, the lightest kind causing great fatigue, with severe pains in the limbs, back, and left side. So severe was the pain that she would liaie to sit or lie down frequently. 'Walkingexercise was very. trylng, and she could only walk very slowly. Shehac longseen C.Cscars To.re advertised,r but like many more people her husband was prejudiced againit "patent. medicines," but (now we use her own words "I knew some one who had tried CLvecrNs TONIC, and I decided to get a bottle on the'quiet and say nothing about it if it did mndeno gooaL. The effect I thought ...
THE ALEXANDRA ORCHESTAL SOCIETY'S CONCET. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
THE ALEXANDRA OR~HESTAL SOCIETY'S CONCELT. TO THE EDITOR OF TOHE CIIONICLt. Scm,-Kindly permit me. sope in your v-alable columns, on behalf olthe A.O.S.; to return our most sincere thske to those ladies aid gentlemen who oolki.dly gace their.services at our concert, and to the general public for the hieart manner in which they responded t0q Iur:call for the sick and suffering, also t irtrkld attentidn and appreciation of our edlrtri. To those ladies who so generouslDpro??ded the re= frtshmeits we 'cannot snfficcittly expries our thanks, but would ask .hum to accept our heartiest. The-f.towingt g ' balanes? sheet-of the proceds of the '''cert,- b .whichl, I amn pleased to 5ate, the Hospital' will be benefitted to the extent-of £I0cd To sale of tickets, £13 .Ga i probable rebate. of Shire Hall, £1 10s.; .total, £14 IG: By advertising and printing, £2 Ts. 6d.; rent, £1 10s.; Secretary's expcnses, 4s. Gd.; balance,:£10s. 14s.; total, £14 16s. Again thanking you all for your kindness.-I ...
LETTERS TO THE E[?]TOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] GRATEFUL THANS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
LETTERS TO TE*E.EOT [We do not hol ourselres 4onsible fot correspondents'opinions. cusaionun public topics inuited, bu ersonalities cannot be permitted.] GRIATEFUL THA 1S. TO TIlE D5ITOR OF TIIE CIONICLE SIs,-Kindly allow me, thrgh yon, to tender my grateful thanks tobe people of Yea and district for their kil sympathy and condolence with lMrs. MilU sud myself in our late bereavement, and tlassurc them that their loving sympathy, tnder God's blessing, has done much. to nitigate our sorrows.-I remain, yours ver incerely, I" MILNE. The rManse, Yea, 21st Octobe 1891.
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
WESTEmRN AVUTPALIL Atsroorult holding the premier position, and possessings delightful climate, Western Australia has long been the most backward colony of the group, the principal reason it being until recently a Crown colony, but now that Responsible Government has been granted she has become a formidable rival of the Eastern colonies. The present influx of population is over 100 weekly, every boat being crowded to excess. With her unde veloped pastoral resources, her splendid agricultural land, her gold, silver, tin, copper, lead, and coal mines, the.extensive pearl fisheries, and inexhaustible forest of Jarrah timber, Western Australia has a wealth unknown in the other colonies, with an area of F7iS,400,000 acres, and a population of only46,000, it offers capitalists and others a rare field for investment. Land in Perth, the capital city and seat of Government, is becoming very valuable, £150 per foot being asked for choice blocks ; but some of the beat land in the city may stil...
THE LATE MR. PARNELL. WHAT HE DID FOR THE IRISH PEOPLE. AND HOW HE ACCOMPLISHED GREAT REFORMS [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
!!Z Z2TE: 2M. C &RHH.T ?oWHAT 'HE DID FOR THE IRISH PEOPLE. AND HOW HE ACCOMPLISHED . - " GREAT REFORMS Sti following graphic sketch of the political career of what the Times terms "one of the most remarkable figures of the century" one of the best we have seen in the Colonial Press-is taken from the Sydney Daily Tle. -mraph of the 9th inst., for a copy of which date we are indebted to an old journalistic cofrere l in the N.S.W, metropolis : The first appearance in public life of Charles Stewart Parnell was when in 1874 he contested the County Dublin seat with Colonel Taylor, who. had accepted the Duchy of Lancaster in Mr. Disraeli's Ad aninstration. At that time he wasa country squire, living at his ancestral home, Avon dale (Wicklow), where,- having imbibed commercial notions dcluering a visit to America, he had sunk shafts in search of minerals, and carried on a sawmill and.a brush factory. An interesting story is told by Mr. A. I. Sullivan, formerly editor.of the 'ation ...
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
Departue bad .r ival : ofMals. MAus close and arrive at .theYea" PYost Office at the undermentioned hobiirs: CLos8 AT YEA FO2- A. 3PM.m TDallarook... . :" ... 6 Doogalook, ak Mlolesworth . - Gobur . .. Yarck Alexandra... ". ... 1 Murriiidindi ' :'' 1210 'E Flowerdale 9 2 MLaLeish's . 9 .12 Underwood's :. ' 12 0-11 Devlin'e.'" . ' 1210 Holden's' ... , ..! 12 10 a Mrphy's .. 1210 T a lla r o o k ..3 0 9 ;''' 3 : Melbourne.:. .'' 11 30 9 30 Dongalook:. . 11.30 -. Moleawarth - 6 Gobar Yarak ... ... Alexandra.. ... 8 ... 830 . 6. Murrindindi .. . 1 30 "MX si'se. . - 30 Underwood's ..... .... 1 30 De .li.'s :..s 130 ioldeu 's ... ... I 130 Murphy's ... " 1 30
YEA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
T?. POLICE 00QQ T. TrEnDAY, OCTOvem 20. (Before Mr. J. Keogh. P.f.) Senior-constable Alexanderharged George. M'Kenzie with neglecting to keep his: premises, in High-street, Tea, in a sanitar? condition, by permitting excreta to lie unn-. hried. - The prselutnr 'stated that no attempt: was xlade to bury the nightsoil. It was: thrown over the fence on to the railwayline.. and only a few shovelfuls of earth and grans thrown over it. When spoken to; defendant. msid he had' ih spade: that was the reason. he hml not buried it. Mr. Keogh: Are residentso permitted to, -ary nightaoil in.tle township? roseeutor: Yes, your Worship; l-bt n& attempt was made to bury it in this ini-: stance. Defendait asked that it might be over looked, as it was his first offence and would '. not occur a tir. His Weos : I cannot. The offneene is too serious. It is bad enough that the Shire' Council should permit it to be buried at all. It cannot be good, for there must be bad. drainage from it; but as th...
Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
e?visod Railway lRat.' Now rates for merchandise, wool, produce, live stock, &e., are published as a supple. ment to the Gorencvsent Gasette of the 27th August. The rates per bale for wool, not exceedling 4cwt., is . up to 45 miles. From 45 up to 60 miles, 4d. per bale for every 5 miles or part of 5 miles ; and from 60 up to 100miles, 3d. per bale for 5 miles, or part of 5 miles the latter rates to be cumulative on the former charge. Cattle or pigs will be conveyed at ld. 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 mile will be charged for the whole journey. The minimum charge is 20s., with a terminal charge of 2s. per truck in addition to the above rates. ' Horses to be conveyed at the following rates:--Mare, gelding, filly, or entire, under 2 years, lid. per mile; entices, 2 years aid over, Is. per mile ; two eutires, 2 years and over, belonging to ditlerent ow-ners, if carried in one loose-bo...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. TUESDAY, 20TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
S CO~ME0rIL. MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. TUSDAY, 20?r OcrOBER. F-AT SHEEP.-Another .moderate supply . '. ::a0 having been yarded, : chiefly of shorn merinoes, a lmuch larger number of ewes than . Good to prime wethers were within ,, rements, and fer such sales were readily -?.tel, at prices fully 6d. per head higher .?n former rates. .Merino ewes met a drag :"; -le at quotations. Very few cross. bhr-! yarded. Prime crossbred wethers, s.r': , fom 10s ? to l'2s ; a few extra do. d._., :?: n, to 13s ; do. do. ewes, shorn, from P! t. ;s; a few do. do. do., shorn, from 10s G« t; ins; best merino wethers, in the wool, fro:: ..'s to 14s; prime merino wethers, shorn, frr.a ' a; o 10s 6d, according to weight and qul;-ý :: good merino wethers, shorn, from is *, to Ss 6d; drafts of ahoru merino ewes, inr: ? to is; a few extra do. do., to 7s6L r : Laars--9,500 were penned. The suppi msoved rully equal to trade regvire mrt.,; consequently the demand was not so acti?e, but no material alteration in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
E. S. PURC ELL & CO., -ARE NOW SHOWING THEIR NEW: SPRING IAND SUMMER GOOD.S. No LAsT SEASON S STOCK OR JOB' LiES PROM . rI1 ,-A.UCTI0i S .. Roos; . But New and, Fashionable Stuff direct? fior. the Manufacturers and: I pointers, r1 The Musliis; Del Laimes, Prints, and Sateen are 'th 'Very . Newest Desigs. . Our Trinmed and Unithrumed :Ladies Hats il Very OI.ice.; a aot,' E vory a tmsnt vll.bo l roud the V. y AciG aFshion Our Stock is Too Large to Give" Dtails. E.S.Purell 4)o Commercial and Cash -Stores, YEA. GRAND; OPENING DISPLAY .... : . :,. i - : Spring .: G o .. G o. , PERR Y AND PE TJI?S ,, ,ALEDONIAN STORE, ', ' LAR1G OSS0RTMEITf OF DRESSES AND MATERiS' Suitable for Bals, Socials, and vening Parties . CLOVES, LACES .FLOWERS, PR INTS Some Choice Lines in Hats (Latest Designs), Millinery, &c., c. Perry & Petch General Merchants and Storekeepers, Y.a:, Sole.Agents fo the' Genuine Magic Soap, ? (BRA"D, HEART PIERCED WITH As ARROW). .T. C. WADDELL, EMIPIRE ST...
WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
WOOL SALES. Mesrs. DALctnrv and CoxPA?Y, LI?rrEUs, report on the 20th October: Our opening wool sale to-day attracted a crowded attendance of English, Continental, American, and local buyers, who competed briskly up to the full equivalent of London and Colonial values, recent prices being well maintaino?e. Greasy merino sold to lld for the top lot of the "Calimo" clip, from near Deniliquin, New South Wales; other Ioto of the same clip bringing 9d to 10?l for fleece, 91d for broken, and 10d for lambs. Crossbrelds were in strong request, and sold up to 10d for good quality. Good broken fleece and pieces were eagerly competed for, selling up to 9.d. Of scoured, only medium and inferior qualities were offered, realising up eo 12W for pieces. Out of 1,700 bales offered, 1,300 were sold. Musas. Yousnirsc.ys and ComrA.r, Lxrren, report on the 20th October: Amidst much excitement evinced by all interestrl persons. the wool season was opened on Wednesday last, when acatalogue of 2,568 bales ...
DIVISION OF THE SHIRE INTO RIDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
DIzSzON 0O TIE SE= Ia!O0 A p?Irrnio has been prepared, and will be sent round for aignature in the course of a week or two, praying that the Yea Shire may be divided into Ridings. It is proposed to have three Ridings., and the population, according to the last Census returns, will be sonmething like the following: (I.) Central Riding .. 816 (2.) North Riding ... .. 450 .(3.1.Sqt14RiJg . ,,... ... 6 .1 ?ouo~pSn .s oF, D0 t CENTItAL mIDso.i C.ommend ?ig at "the 'baek-water- bridgde, Yea ;. thence alohg the Yea River, upto ?r. JamesDrysdale'sa.thenoaaloog the bound ary olf thie Yea'township to the Whittlesea read; doivn'tlia road to Peternen's, at the King Parrot Creek - down that creek north: erly to the Ye aind Tall.areok-oad; westerly, down that iroad td the boundary' of the Shire; northerly, td the Coulburn River; easterly, op that river to the junction of the Yea'River; and up the latter river to the startingpoint at the bank-water bridge. BOUNDARIES On THE NORTH RITING. - Comnmen...
YEA WARDEN'S COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19. (Before Mr. Warden Keogh.) MINING AT KILLINGWORTH.—THE MINING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
STL W.&DaEN'S31 oo07 TCESDAY, (eroneR 19. (Before Mr. Warden Keogh.) MINING AT KILLINOWOiTII.-T1E MININO ON PRIVATE oPrEROTV AcT. Henry Pert applied for a lease of about 10 acres on the Killingworth Estate, for a terms of 15 years. The Warden: Did you agree to give thesar parties a royalty. Applicant: Yes, verbally. I met Mr. Chrystal on the road, and he said he would. go to town and get an agreement drawn up by his lawyer; but I suppose, when he saw Mr. 'alton, he wouki not agree to it. In serted a notice in the YEA C:sIOSICLE, fixed similar notices at the Warden's office and Post-office, and deposited with the Clerk of the Warden's Court £7 and £1 19s. il0. Pro posed to occupy the surface of about 20 yards-so far as they knew now; but of course they intended to prospect. They would not require more than two acres of the surface, at the very outside, to work the mine. There was a shaft about 70ft. on the ground now: it was sank hy other people. They intended to sink farther...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
SB3 ASS STocu. TEA TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. H.- Oates B EGS to inform the Inhabitanta of Yea and Surrounding Districts that he HAS REMOVED Etnss-nwtr Hnxrr Teeni Asn CoaROVE'&.) A Good Assortment of Spring Tweeds Just to Hand. -._ uswsuw: as - Frt GiA£L'rrpiKE. MODERATE PRICFS. The Yea Butchery. J. QUINLAN BEGS to inform the Residents of Ye and District that he has just Erected a ,ew Butchery in High-street, near Shire Hall; and trusts, by SUPrrLYING A 000 ArrTCLE AT A REASONABLE PRICE, to merit a fair hare of public patronage. The Shop is Now Open. SMALL GOODS A SPECIALITY. The Yea Bakery, [Etablished 1859.] D. M'KAY, IN set-rning THANKS for the liberal SUPPORT extended to him for the last 2years, wihes a continuance of same; Family Order for Dread, Pastry. Wedding and Birthday Cakes delivered to any part of Yea and neiogbourhood. Yeast For Sale at Melbourne Prices. Note the Address D. M'KAY, North Street, YEA. Dunrobin Bakery, HIGH-STREET, YEA. ARNOLD HOOD BEGS to Thank th...