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The Government Gazette. RENEWAL OF LICENCES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 October 1891
E. EsXL ior OL1CECES AOFROVED. Ihenry Raiph, 16., Yarek. :'Jeiimiah Murphy, 144a., Kerrisdale. APIucATioons r OIL LICENCES AND LEASes S A.?tIPOVVD. Sarah J. Fox, 2OSaz, Yarck. Win. C. Hunter, 90a. Ghin Chin. John Wickham. 65a., Ghin Ghiu. Stowell Marshall, S64a., Chin Ghin. George Stewart, 6iSa., Worroough. Owen Sorraghan, 229a., Worrough. R. Chisholm, 574a., Vorrough. James J. Kennedy, 310a., Worrough. Colin A. M'Kenzie, (i43a., Worrough. Henry Wallis, 47W. \Vorrough. Janes M'Leish. 319.i. Ir. 35p., Monc? South. Bartholomew O'Callaghan, 3Sa., Moles worth. Agnes Gaunt, 31&aa r. 7p., Kobyboyn. APPLICATIONS 01 FU lL\Ss APrrOVED. David Tyrer, "lia. 3r. 23p., Yea. IcFNCES LE.I'PIRElD. John Wickhaun, 3a, 43, Ghin Chin. TON5? FSI iLiEGtISTERED. Kenneth !I'Lean, l19a. Ir..31p., Chin Ghin, to J. C. Sanders. Clement l'erron. 2D0a: 2r. 31p., Talla rook, to Colin M'Kenzie, Worrough. Esther Doherty, 31ia. 3r. 12p., Flower dale, to Charles Doherty. Ti: annual meeting for the licensing-o ...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 October 1891
MELBOURNE CATLE MARKET. FAT SHEEP.-2S,000 yanrded. The hulk of the supply consisted of merinos from the North, the greater portion of which ranged from good to prime qualities, and in conse quence of the over supply of stock suitable to trade requirements, the demand was dull throughout. For . good .tb prime shorn wethers prices ri-cKedt d" per head, while other descriptions, especially those in the fleece, were dilicult to quit at Is per head under former quotations. Ewes were largely represented, and realised low rates. \ ery few .rosjbreds yaniedi-L ie._crossbred ewes, shorn, from Ss to ~ 6G; do. merino wethers, in the wool, from 12s to lVs Gd; good do., in the wool, from 1Os 61 , Is i sd; middling do., in the wool. from 9s to 10~: a few extra do., shorn, at lis; good merino wethers, shorn, from Ts to Ss Gd; drafts of shorn merino ewes from 5s to Gs Gd. FAT Luanrs-T1he market was heavily supplied, 14,000 having been penned. All qualities were largely represented. The.de- I mand w...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 October 1891
,IELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. Messrs. 1?. M'ILtwric and Co. report having sold at their new rooms, which are exceedingly well attended every proiduce ale Crrrsx.-Prime matured, 53d to 7d; new, 4jd to 5d per 11b,. Brrra?.-Potted: l'rime near weekly, G}d to 7d. Fresh: Fair supply; best dairies, 7d to i7d; a few favorites higher; good ordinary, 6}F to 6 1 ; infrior, lower. Ecas.--Market slack at 8ASd to 8ad per dozen. CARCASe PoRt-.-On Friday : Prime light, 14 to 5d; prime heavy, 3.d1;: inferior, 2&d. Porl.Tr.-- Market very slack; large asp ply forward.
ANOTHER GREAT WIN! AN INVALID FOR 12 YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 October 1891
B'gTOEB O~GBT WIN: AN INVALID FOR 12 YEARS. MIES. FA.sr DEIT, wife of a gentleman em ployed in the Lambton Collieries, kindly allows us 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 etate of extreme debility tro TVr.ELV Yrfros, frequently quite unable to do any work, the lightest kind cansing greatfatigue, with severe pains in the limbs, 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 CL[e.EnerTosIc advertised, but like many more people her husband was prejudiced against "patent medicines," but (now we use her own words) "I knew some one who had tried CL..IYErS ToxIC, and I decided to get a bottle on the quiet and say nothing about it if it did me no good. The effect I thought someth...
WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 October 1891
WOOL SALES. Messrs. DALoLrr and CoxrAr-r, LIuITrD, report on the 26th October: At our wool sale to-day we submitted a choice catalogue of 3,600 bales, the best se lection offered up to the present, including several of the leading clips from Southern Riverina, besides some high-class Victorian wools. There was a crowded attendance of buyers, and competition was very keen, and often excited, every l?t eliciting offers up to extreme values. Except lambs', every de scription of wool was in strong request, par ticlarly sound light-conditioned lots, both nerino and cross-bred. Lambs' wool in general is ratherneglected, ad even superior lots do net command anything like last season's rates, and are mostly bought in. The highest price obtainedl was I l~d for superior greasy comeback, several other lots bringing 10d to IllL .ledium and inferior wools were in goodl demand at unchanged prices. The sale was a must successful one, the whole catalooue, except a few iots of lambs', being cleared....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 October 1891
Skins a- Triluce. E::. R. PRIESTLY, 88, 90, 92 FRANKLlI STREET, IELBOURNE Hides, Sheepskins, IHorns, Wool. Tallow, Shankbones. hair Tails, Beaswaz, &c., Horsehair, Oppossum, Ribbit, Kangaroo and Wallaby Skins. Puarhaaed at Highest Primes. Tallow Cub and Salt ilways on Hand. _ge.a..: Adelaide - Messrs. E. R. Priestly & Co. Castlemaae- - Mr. S. Langham. W. M'llwrick & Co., AUCTIONEERS and GENERAL PRODUCE BROKERS, Hold AUCTION SALES At their Produce Sales Rooms, 2 KING STREET, MELBOURNE, Every Wc&otsday and Pr?dLy, Of every Description of FABM 'and DAIRY PRODUCE. OTE.-Pig Sale held asusual every N Thursmhy at the Cor?[tioa's Pig 3da1t t, top of Elizabeth Streek: FARIERS, sent' your DAIRY PRO SDUCE to C. C. LEWIS, Produce Merchant, S Western Mlarket, Melbourne, whb PAYS CASH PROMPTLY and charges NO COMMISSION. Butter Casks for Sale. ~IC-dL Cremtlios. -CREAMERIES. THE VICTOR-IAN CREAMERY AND BUTTER COMPANY, LIMITED. Erects Creameries at their own expense. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 October 1891
IEA TAILORING ZSTABLISHMENT. H. Oates SEG' to inform the Inhabitants of Yea ?n. .d Surrounding Districts that he HAS REAMVVED tarin rl Zot Hlisnmthm ?rur? Iwet (NEXT Ton AND Cosostov'i) A Good Assortment of Spring WeaE " eaui1P aD ,FIT OUAnAauLtED. MODKRATh PRICES. The Yea Butchery. J. QUINLAN RGS to inform the ltResilents of Vca and Distdct that he ,has just' Erctel a New Batchery in HighI?tret. near Shire Hall; and trnas, by suPrr.LYIS A roaxm AKTICtO AT A RE.nJlNAPtE ron:, to merit a fair share of public patronage. The Shop is Now Open. S3IMALL GOODS A SPECIALITY. -The Yea Bakery, (Established 1850.1 D. M'KAY, IN returuning THANKS for the liberal SUPPORT extended to hhn for the last r26 years, wishes a continuance of Family Order tr Tread, Pastry, Wedding and Birthday Cakes delivered to any part i Yea an.l ncignhourlho?l. Yeast For Sale at McŽI murne Prices. Note the address D. i'Iq.A , North Street, EIA. DuTnrobin Bakery, IIG-SIPRI1T, Y'EA. ARNOLD HOOD. TRGS to :.unt tlh fTic.bl...
WHY SHOULD WE GO TO THE CUP? [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 October 1891
'WIT8 SO 4 E WiGO 9 TO TI USN-., tlhe aboe heading 'Telemach us," fo mely of the Argus, writes to usin 1 his own graphic style as follows :--"Of : course it is only those people who have never been who ask this. Quite another c question arises'when that first step has t been taken. Why should we not go again, or when will the day returnf" I Thereupon follow cogeut reasons why r people from the earliest times gathered together in celebration of some religious function or national pastime, more especially in the spring time of theyear. I " Come together at the spring tine the 1 people will. Therefore most of the i reason is. in their blood, even as in the I wine cask in the cellar, in the germ be neath the soil, and the green wood of r the bush. Cunningly was odr9first Cup festival set .in the very heart of this season of ferment. It struck'instintly. deep far-reaching roots. Ithusflourished.' wcore and mlore with every passing year,' and beyond all quibble or.comparison is now the ao...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 October 1891
YEA. MIONTHLY STOCK SALE. At the Shire Yards, ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, AT I O'CLOCK. A BBOTT AND WILSON will hdd their usual Monthly Sale on the above date, when they will Offer forSale a large nmrber of Stock, consisting of: Fat Bullocks and Cows. Three and Four-year-old Steers and Heifers Springers and Milkers Als6, A lise of Merino Wethers, off shears. And also on account of several Osners A lot of useful Saddle and Harness Horses. -.1.- AB Aei1Tr. ,WI?SON, Auctioneers, - 415 Bourke-street, Melbourne. ABBOTT AND WILSON, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AND GENERAL AUCTIONEERS, 415 BOcr-STREETR, MJELBOCR.E. Country Properties always on hand for Sale and To Let. Clearing Out Sales Conducted. C-7 Weeldy Sale Days. -I AT NEWIIARKET: EVERY TUEsDAY-:IIEP. EVERY WEDNSS DA--FAT & STORE CATTLE AT CORPORATION YARDS (Elizabeth-esreet North): EVoERY ThlluSDAY, O? A. 3I.-PICs & CALVES EvERY FRIDAY, 1.30 A.M.-DA!IKY AND OTEr.a CATLE. Dates of MEonthly Sales. lea.-FIRST FIoDAr in Each Mo...
Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 October 1891
Goods aan ParcoLs at the Ya aalIl way Station. -4-- - Tn forllowing is a lief of the goods and parcels awaiting delivery at the Yea Rail way Sttatio n o edneBday morning: o00us. Hood, Yeandle, Davey, Cnmmina,Conlan, Tyrer, Webster, Crockett, Waddell, John sto~n,Wild, unodgrsas, I G. Wilson, Perry andl Petch, Watson,W ,alton, J. Downie, Dessour, r'Leish,(Murrindindi), Lee Gow, Pickard, T. Wilson; M'Kenzie, J.'M'Leish. .Dodgbhn, Gcmrlle fJ Ro Bradyfn Thos. Wilson, Thos. B:ly, Quinlan; De-lin' ilhrphy, Waltoit, Dl)iper, Crockett, Datvey: Se od, ?jqr t YV.i?i, Ros; (IConnoer, Ling.' Jorl, 3Atigepo o, Moore, H.jToohey, Tea.
THE SHEARING SEASON. SIXTEEN WOLSELEY MACHINES AT WORK AT KILLINGWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 October 1891
H SWAlRDT SEASON. SIXTEEN WOLSELEY MACHINES AT WORK AT KILLINGVORTH. .i t (Br ocx SPeCIAL EKP RTER.) KILLsNOWORTI STATION is vell worth a visit just now, and a more eaurteons pilot than Mr. W. G. Crockett, thi nmanger, no one need wish for. A mortling walk or a drive from Yea heightens the pleasure, for hills and dales alternate in quc succession. When you arrive at the honldtead you are certain of a warm welcoriei fromn the manager and his estimable wit, and as you a look at the magnificent flats Gown below- the total area of which is about 4,000 acres- n you can hardly keep from sayingto yourself, " If it were only laid down in luterne, what a quantity of sheep might be fattened on it I after they leave the shears." And then I your thoughts instinctively wander back to the feverish land-boom times, henl Mr. James Mirams also looked down on that t splendid tract of velvetty pasture, and saw I visions in the not distantt future ofa couple of hundred dairy farmers, fruit-growers, and...
The Yea Chronicle, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1891. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 October 1891
WTll WIIIr 1 iS I I 6RORATED ?!??-a--"?'? PUBLISHED EVIERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, OQ7TOBER d9, 1S91. NEWS AD NOTES. THE additional l -an 6it £8,000 to- th Seymour Waterworks Trust, for tile purpose of constructing new. works aand extending those already constructed, has been approved by the Governor-in-Coancil. Mn. A. W. HastLst, woho was compelled to take a fortnight's leave of absence from the WVhittlesea-rnad and Limestone Schools, is progressing, favorably at Numuurkah, whither he went for a change of air. Is Melbourne and suburbs tie average number of deaths diring ilhe past ten years, for the month of Septetmb*CI was 614. This year it rose to 897, oran aferageof 29'90 per day : 90 were set down toinflueoza.: Tril Chief Secretary. notifies that rain guages will be forwardedt free of cost to persons willing to take charge of them and supply returns to -he Melbourne Observa tory, but they must not be tietirer than tea miles to any rinu-enages alrendy established. IT is notified that...
THE FAIRFIELD BUTTER FACTORY, SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 October 1891
THE FAIRFIELD BUTTER FACTORY &nbsp; &nbsp; SCOTLAND &nbsp; &nbsp; (From the North British Agricultural? IT seems to be the fate of creameries in this country to be successful or other wise, according as they are well managed or the reverse. We have fre quently referred to the Carse of Gowrie Creamery, Dundee, as a prominent in stance of a very successful creamery, and in the present paper we propose to give a short account of the equally suc cessful creamery established some three years ago at Kippen in Stirlingshire. In some respects these two creameries, or butter factories as they might be called, are working upon very different lines. The Carse of Gowrie Creamery is established in Dundee, a large centre of population, where the ray material -milk--fetches a relatively high price, ranging from 7d. per gallon in summer to 9d. in winter, or an average of 8¼d. to producers all the year round. The Fairfield Creamery, on the other hand, is established a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 November 1891
,slbose Mvertisementa. Business and Professional )irectory. CAF .AND RESTAURANTS. C OFFEE PALACE, Smith-street, Fitz roy, unsurpassed for Cleanliness and Comfort. Trams from station pass door. Specialattentiof'Countr3 Visitors. Every Information osupplied. Baths, Billiards, Smoking o' ftgding Rooms; Terms ex ceedinly od t. W. SELLEY, Man ger.: . . CIIAFF "AD GRAIN MERCliAiTS' AND COdaissioN AGENTS. E. C. ROBERTSON -& CO., 56 Spencer street. Accoiitoales'andi?heques rendered rendgred.-?? MERRTY & .CD, b33 Flinders Lane west Advance madson all kinds offarmproduce. DAIRY AND FA1M PRODUCE MERCHANTS, AND DA ICOMIIssloN AGENTS. HOLDERSON A.N4EIISON, 483 Flinders Lane. Trial icited. Bestpriceobtained for all dair? duce. WOOD & CO., Z King-street. Established 1870. All kis of dairy produce'sold on eommlssion. STOCH AStA BSARE BnorERs. HERBERT WILSON & CO., 42 Elizabeth street. Teal lIS1. TeNT, TARPAi N, F.oAG, & HOIlMAKER. M'LAREN & 0., 378 El...
[CERTIFICATE.] 22/6/91. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 November 1891
[CERTIFICATE.] S .. 22/6/91. We have this day seen a Walker's whisky bottle filled with Dr. Fletcher's Pills and securely corked and sealed. No one knows bow many pills are in the bottle. whicT' is now secure in our safe until January 1, 1892. W. H. GODDARD, Manager. EaRSs-s Ly'OS, 'Accountant. Commercial Bank, Nowtown, Sydney. We cnnnot eiter into correspondence about this competition, unless stamps for reply and iddressed envelopes are sent each timeJ Results and names of successful guessers will be sent to every body who sends two penny stamps and addressed envelope, and not otherwise. F. M. CLEMENrs, Newtown, Sydney;.
FIFTY POUNDS FOR A GUESS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 November 1891
eIrTT ?OYDS POp A GUESS. As ordinary] Walker's whisky bottle has been completely filled with :Dr. Fletcher's Pills, securely corked with a cork one inch into the neck and sealed. and placed " in the charge of the Com mercial Bank; Newtown, Sydney. No living soul knosca how many Pills the bottle contains- We agree to divide 50. (fifty pounds) in prizes for the nearest guesses as to the number of pids contineinsthe bottleasfoll\\ows One present of e2i for the nearest guess. ,, ,, , £10 for the next nearestguess ,, ,, . '£5 forthe next nearest guess ,, £4 for the nextnearest guess ,, ~',,£3 for the next nearest guess S,, £2 -for the nexthnearestguess ,, . ~ ,, £1 forthe next nearest guess Conditions:--We make nocharge for the guess, but only purchasers of Dr. Fletcher's Bilious and Liver Pills are eligible to compete and the guess must be written on one of our printed forms, one of which.is wrapped around every shilling box leaving our laboratory after this date. In crse two or more pe...