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ROADS AND BRIDGES, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
OADS AID sR5Z5s, mo. AT the last meeting of the Council Mr. P. Lingford, C.E., reported as follows: " I have to report having finished laying out the Dropmore 1Hill cutting as far as the junction of the creeks, from which point on wards the road will not require much work to make it traficnable. "I beg to point out that in getting from Molesworth to the commencement of the new read, the hill known as Bryan's Hill offers a very great obstacle to traffic. The hill has been cot some years ago, bunt has been made steeper than the natural gradient by the cutting of about 4ft. in depth at the foot of the hill. I estimate that it will cost at least £150 to reduce this hill sufficiently to allow of a load being taken up it. " I have called for tenders for a portion of the work asked for by Messrs. Green, Rowan, and others on the main road to Gobur and Longwood ; the clearing of the road through Margaret Green's selection I have however omitted, as I find the road blocked by timber fallen fo...
NES AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
SHIRE C CIL honors are goning a begging. N minations again on Tuesday for the seat sted by 31r. J. C. Sanders. W\E are pled to state that Mi.s Alice Gray, whostmdion was so critical last week, is veryluch better. SHpaIrsG t now becoming general all over the dist , and the clip promises to be a good one; the weather is unseasonably cold. A SALE of trniture, &c., will be held by Meszs. -E. Sith and Co., in M r. Dessour's rooms, at 2I? to-nmorrow. , TEN.DERS invited in our advertising columns for.t erection of a wooden church building at hiing Valley. The plans, &c., are to be hn at the parsonage, Yea. Tenders are urnable by the 5th proximo. GEn.ER ret was felt on Monday when it became k .wn that the Hoen. Dr. Le Fevre had d 1 in England. He was here at the opeais4 of the Yea Public Library, and sent a p entation of a box of books a week or two ter. T Ren. was4 narrow escape from a very serious accid t at the Ti-tree Company's mine on Tl'ues y. Soniethingatthe poppet he...
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1891. RIDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
c ja u tho nidce. -4 WITH WHICH IS INoRPORATED PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 83, 1891. BIDINQS. DURING the Shire Elections last year there was a very strong expression of opinion on all sides that the time had arrived for a division of the Yes Shire into Ridings. At the public meeting held at the Shire Hall each candidate made a distinct pledge in favor of Ridings, and it was, in a great many instances, made a test with the rate payers before pledging their votes. At the recent elections there was not so much heard on the subject, though we think that, had the candidates delivered public addresses, they would have been brought face to face with the question. The principal objection to Ridings is that it breeds too much of a parochial spirit, and if that were the case, weshould feel disposed to oppose it as much asanybody,for of all had things parochialism is one of the worst. But our general experience of the division of Towns and Cities into Wards, and Shires into Rid...
UP THE MOUNTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
U? TEE XOUNTAT. A Cro rRSPOsNDENT, who was lately up the Mountain, and paid a visit to the Nsorth Eastern Saw.-ill, sends us a few jottings about the mill, which, he states, was full of orders, three creameries being included in the order-book-one for Yea, one for Moles worth, and one for Alexandra. There were also three bridges, no less than 30,000ft. being reduired for one at Nnumnrkah. During the past few weeks the enter prising owners cleared a new road down the gully, which in future will be known as " Wightman's Avenue," and will be a great improvement on the old road. It has been pitched with stones to a depth of two feet, and now a four-ton blrd can be lowered by the nave brake alone, while on the old track two brakes had to be used foramuch lighter load. They I.,re also let a contract to drain Ray's cutting for a distance of 12 chains, and 12ft. w;ide, to take nlf the last pinch, a?l :dal to make a near cut to the mill. VWhen tinisheld, it will ,ake ;a dilferene of Oi. per ...
SEYMOUR STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
SEYMOUR STOCK SALE. THE Mum.Y RIVER STOCK, STATON, AND COxuMSSmo" AGEscr Co., LTD., report: On the 6th October we yarded over 500 head of cattle and 4,000 sheep. There was a good attendance of buyers, who, however, were not very eager to operate, and sales were dull; fat cattle down about £1 a head since last month. We sold Mr. A. Callan's bullocks at £7 15s, cows, £519o; Mrs. Derum's, Nagambie, bullocks, £7, cows, £5; Mr. J. Hutchinson's, Northwood, bullocks, £6; Messrs. Chisholm Bos., Kobyboyn, cows, cows, £4 15s: Mrs. John son, Tallarook Flats, cows, £4 15s. SToRE CATrTLE-Sales difficult to effect, and biddings very slack. We sold 3-year old steers, at £3; heifers in good condition. at £3 ; dry cows, at 33s ; young stock, mixed sexes, from 16s to 2Ss; extra good springers and newly calved cows, up to £0. S~EP.-W- e ,old about 3.000 wethers in lota, at 6s lId, 7s, S·, and 7s 9d; 1,200 ewes with lambs passed in. at Ss. PrmrATE SAtL.s.-We report 206 cross bred ewes for Mr. M. O'Sull...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
-. f - 8:li ri t Piouc. ':.;,E.' R .PRIESTLY, 8e, 90, 92 FRANKlIN STREET, MELBOURNE Hides, Sheepidn, Horns, Wool, Tallow, Sbaukbonu. Hair- Tails, Beeswax, &c., :HosarMlr, O m, ERabbit, Kangaroo and . Wala, by O kins, Pearssed at Higkas Prices. TaU, Osash sa al al hsa as Rani Ag eates: Addide s. B. Pristly Co. C -tlemains. Mr. . Lgham. W. M'Ilwrick & Co., AUCTIONEERS and GENERAL PRODUCE BROKERS, Hold AUCTION SALES At their Produce Sales Rooms, 2 KING STREET, MELBOURNE, Every ed~ae~day and Friday, Of every Description of FARM and DAIRY PRODUCE. NOTE.-Pig Sale held as usual every Thursday at the Corporation's Pig Market, top of Elizabeth Street On Sale, Butter Casks, Annatte, Rennets, &c -fARMERS, send your DAIRY PRO 1 DUCE to C. C. LEWIS, Produce Merchant, 8 Western Market, Melbourne, who PAYS CASH PROMPTLY and charges NO COMMISSION. Butter Casks for Sale, creamries. CREAMERIES. FHE VICTORIAN CREAMERY AND BUTTER COMPANY, Lurrr~ . Erects Creameries at their own ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
Sycial Mv?rtisemo~ts. TO BUILDERS AND OTHERS. D. J. WIGHTMAN & CO., NORTH-EASTERNSAW-MILLS, A RE-"P RE P A R E D TAKE ORDERS SAWN TIMBER AT LowEST RATES, DELIVERED AT CHEVIOT STATION. DONALDSON & COMPANY, STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS, FINANCIERS, 331 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. STOCKS AND SHARES BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION ONLY. H. HAMILTON KER, Member of the Stock Exchange of Mel bourne. S. DODGSHUN, STOCK AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, YEA. Office: Next Mr. M. Dunn's Produce Store. AGczT FOR TIE NEW ZEALAND LOAN ASD MECA.%Tru. ACCY SC CoMPahy. To Mvertise. Advertisements must be sent in not later than 10 o'clock on Weduesday morning in each week; otherwise their iDnertion caunot be guaranteed till the following week. " Taders. TENDERS. T ENDERS are invited for the EREC TION of a WOODEN CHURCH BUILDING at Spring Valley. Plans and Specifications to be seen at the Parsonage, Yea. Tenders to be sent to the Rev. C. H. Barnes, Yea, not later than THcrsoDa, the 5th NOVEMBER, 1...
THE ALEXANDRA HOSPITAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
THE ALEXANDRA HOSPITAL &nbsp; CONCERT (BY OLD PLAYGOER.) THE Alexandra Orchestral Society, assisted by several lady and gentlemen friends, gave a concert at the Yea Shire Hall on Thursday night in aid of their Hospital. Those who had heard the Society in their own town led those who had not to look forward to a rich musical treat, and that promise was fully realised, for the orchestral music was of a high order, and the general opinion was that no other town of the same size and population in Australia could present such a first-class programme of music, and carry it out with such eminent success, from the opening overture, Herman's "'La Couronne d' Or," to Keller's "Gluckliche Stunden." I happened to form one of a theatrical party at the Bijou Theatre, Melbourne, recently, and heard the latter piece played by the orchestra, one of the best in the big city. I can safely say that, although comparisons may be "odorous" (to use Mrs. Malaprop's way of putting it), the Alexandra ...
DEATH OF DR. LE FEVRE, M.L.C. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 October 1891
DEATH of DR LE FEVRE, M.L.C. INTELLIGENCE came to hand by cable on Sat- urday of the death of Dr. Le Fevre, M.LC., who was on a visit to England. Dr. Le Fevre left the colony in June to represent Victoria, in conjunction with Dr. Aubrey Bowen, at the International Congress of Hygiene and Demography, which was opened in London in August last. George Le Fevre was born at Harrold, in Bedfordshire, England, in 1848, and was educated at the Kimbolton Grammnar School in Huntingdonshire. He came to Victoria whilst very young, and was employed by his cousin, Mr. Gotch, of the firm of Gordon and Gotch. For many years he remained in his cousin's business. display- ing great aptitude for mercantile affairs. In- dustry and perseverance were the marked features of his commercial life, and in 1873 he announced that he intended to leave the business and study medicine. In the same year he left Victoria to take up his medical course at the Glasgow University. In 1877 he took his M.D. and Ch. M. deg...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 October 1891
NY Personu ,_ Person .Trspasing, A. S hooting,. iunting. "or. Removing Timber on Killingworth Estate, without permiaiou, wmll be Promcutei(. . . . ,W. G. CROCKETr. R ECEIPT and Delivery Books Printed . at ClW.cs?Ce Olfice. E. S. PUR E .C L .' & CO ARE NOW SHOWING THEIR NEW. SPRING AND. SUMMER GOODS. No LasT. SEASON'S STOCK OR JOB LINES FROM TIlE .UCTION : ,. RooMs;1. But New and Fashionable&Stuff dhe i fiom the- Manufacturers and Importers: The Muslins, De Lames Prints, and Sateens ?:re. th.) ery Newest Designs. " - - . -. -. .: . :.. . r.... Ld ....... : :...'.. Commercial- and Cash Stores;~ YEA GRAND OPENING DISPe I Y1 .?. F Pure :. ; Sprii ny:·. R'g God , i_ . `ATý, PERR Y 7-. AND ý . .ET. C S?.:'S'J NIAN STORE, LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DRESSES AND DMATERIALS; Suitable for Balls, Socials, and Evening Partes...t., GLOVES, LACES, FLOWERS, .PRINTS, .&c Some Ohoice Lines in Hats (Latest Designs), Milliney &c, &c. Perry & Petc General Merchan...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 October 1891
We cannot enteinto correspondence aboot this competition, unless stamps for reply and -addressed envelopes are sent each time. '1Rsults and names of successful guesmers will be sent to every body who sends two penny stamps and addressed envelope, and not otherwise. F. M. Co?msiin-;Newtown Sydney.
[CERTIFICATE.] 22/6/91. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 October 1891
[CERTIICATR] , ::`. .22/6/91? . We have this dlay teen a Walker's whisky bottle fillel .Wth Dr. Fletcher's Pills and securgl jorked and sealed. No one knows how, many pills are in the bottle, which snow secure in our safe until January l 1892. W H.. i6 DinADDManager. EaAssr Ltcs, -Accountant. Commercial BankL . Nowtowin; Sydney .
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 October 1891
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FIFTY POUNDS FOR A GUESS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 October 1891
AN ordii a l ers whisky bottle has lbeen completely filled with 'Dr. Fletcher's Pills,.securely corked with a cork one inch iinto thie neck and sealed and placed- in 'the eiarge of the Com imercial Bank, Newtown, Sydney1 No liring souil, knwows "t " many ;Pills the bottle contains. We' agree to divide £50 (tifty. pounda? in prizes. for the netrest guesses-as to the number of pills contained in itie bottle as follows: One present of 15 forth nearest guess. £ , :10 f?ethe qext nearestguess ,, ., - ~£5. forthe next nearestguess ,,£4 forhe next nearest guess ,, ,, 3 forthe next neareat gess ,, ,, forthe next nearest guess , £1. foriao neituearestguess Conditions:sWeemske no charge for the guess, but only 'urchasers of Dr; Fletcher's Bilious and Liver Pills are eligible to compete oand the gess must he written on one of our printed forms, one of which is wrapped ,around every shilling box leaving ur laboratory after. this date.. In case?.' a or more persons guess the correct i?iiuber, th...
Rovised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 October 1891
• i .r. ? R 4?tlvs 3,Ralway. at-.i'.: i S.V., ratea for merclalise, wool,.produce; -. live stock, &c, are published. s a s:snppllc. fmst .to the Go(errnment Gariter of the 2itl : Th Lrates per loe .for woo, not 'exceedig ivt; is 2s.,up to 45 mileso,. Fromn 4 up to 0 mile, 4d. pei balo for every 5 miles or. pt of miles; and from O up to 100 miles,., dL per haloe for 5 miles, or partf o 5 iiles the lattr.;rates to he cumulative:,d n the former charge. ,, : .; : attle or pigs NwiiLb conveyod at J,. per': truck per mile, ,.upi to 101 miles; 3d1. Ler,'; milo:to hb .addedtfrormil01 up to 150 nmilf t:'. If oer. 150 mils, 7d.sper tratk per milewill be clharged forithe: whol .journey.0 The b minimum charge is.20s;, witli:a termiua: charge of 2s.: per truck in addition to the above rates., ; : . " Horses t n'eiconveyed at the "followaing rates :-fare, gelding, filly,'or entire, nodr 2 years, 6d. per mile; entires, 9 years and over, Is. per mile; two entires, 2 years and' over, belongi...