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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. KILMORE HOSPITAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 November 1891
LETTERS TO TIU EDITOR . KILMORE HOSPITAL. TO TIl EDrITO Or TilE C?SONICLE. St,--n am directed by the Board of Management of the above Institution to respectfully invite your assistance in appealing to the charity of the good people in your neighborbood to aid the Committee in defraying the. great ex pense they.have had to incur during the past six months, amounting to £400, owing to the alterations and additions to the staff and the many extensive improvements made'in the inner working of the institution. It is the intention of the Committee, with your kind assistance, to erect, a new morgue *and convert a room in the hospital into a dining-room and library for convalescent patients. There are also some extensive repairs, amounting to £450, which require immediate attention, and which have been recom mended by. the Inspector of Charities in his last. report on the' Kilmore Hospital, but through want of funds the Committee are unable to carry out. I therefore trust that you will make...
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 November 1891
Jccaartaro Nd krTziva1 0:: i~s.' MAILS close. and arrive at the Yen Post ,Otlice at the undermentioned hours- :. . CLOSF.AT YA3 FOIL- PA. I 'Melbourne.'.: ' 8 0 ;Tollaruok .8 JMoless'orth '' 11 ` °G"'11 (,Duc. .. ' 11: Mnrrindindr .. 12 10 Plowerdale' '". .'' 1210 a "3 WLexish's 12.10 Underwood's 12 10 a Ue)rlin's ... ; 12,10 Ucljuens . 12 1 0 I Murphy' a l 12 10 RECEIVED AT Y EROUt- sA.30 IP.M. Tallorook 11'30 9. 3iO Milelbourne..,·· p .:c 1110 930 Seal.11 \lolhuuorth., (~obur - arck 1 0 sIeviaudra . S 0 06 \ýlurrzudmnda Underwuood'a o c I l~elu ns'?,. l T. -ii 1:301 Holudeu' . a2 :Murphy's ... ,3, . 0
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 November 1891
The ye, amongst its local items, is some 'at severe as to this return, the objet of which, it says, "is to show ttli their valuer, MIr. Hutton, in all inunces obtained the property required nr less than was asked for by its owner which does not strike one as a very,;reat achievement, consider ing that jhe .landowners, as a rule, were adn4cedly 'laying out' for the Governmett, and in most cases asked for much ligher prices than they had any expectaion of receiving. Accord ing to the evidence given before the Standing Coomittee on Railways, re ported in Hlonday's (26th October) Age, the department had been shame fully plundered by land owners, one witness stating that the department had paid £223 for land which a person might have bought for £30, including compensation for severance ; had given £123 10s. for property which was au thorised to be sold for £40, and had paid £160 for ground which might have been got for £15. The return does not deny these allegations, but shows that in -t...
Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 November 1891
it ov Ealv 3.1way Ratons NEss rates for merchandise, wool, produce, lire stock, .&c., are published as a sipple. mcnt to the Goreur enet Gacttc of the 27th An"st." .,i - ' , Tihe rates per,bale for wool, iot c geedlirg 4ewt, is 2s. up toI4 miles. From 4a 5upto. GO mils, 4,.Lper bole for.every,5" miles or paort of i mles ' and fromih GO'p to 100 miles, per bale for 5 miles, r part f: 5 miles the latter rite': to be cumulative oni the for-uer charge: Cattle or pigsstill b convcyed at 9t. pr truck per mile, up to 101 miled ". per mile to bo added: froni 101 tp to350 miles. f over 10 milqs, 7d. per truckper. mile will e charge for, the whole journe.' The minimum 'charge is 20s., with a termimal charge'of is. per truck in addition tothe. latore rates., H Iset'it h b(rio-oieyed at the following !rates:-Mare, gelding, filly, or entire, uder 2 yeairs, Gd. per tmile entires, '2) 'ear roid' lover, Is. per mile: two entires, 2 years amdl over,,beloogingto iliferentownerso if carrisl, i...
THE RAILWAY COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 November 1891
THE RAILWAY COMMITTEE. TiE Standing Committee on Railways met at Parliament House, Mr. Bent in the chair. COMPENSATION FOR LAND AND SEVERANCE. The secretary read a communication froml Mr. P. P. Labertouclie, secretary to the Railway department, in :refer ence to the sensational evidence given before the railway committee at:Alex andra, on 23rd October, by Mr. G. A. Cookson, a commission agent, who demonltrated how the department was compelled to pay exorbitant sums for land tiken for railway purposes. Mr. Labertiuche enclosed a document, sett ing forth A few individual cases where land had been purchased for the Yea to Mansfield line. This document, which slhowed the area of land taken, the amoint claimed by the owners, and the amount paid for the land, in cluding compensation for severance, contained the following particulars: NAME AID AnEA AMOUn TAKE. CLAIED. PAID. £ £ John Blakeny, i l2p ... 20 ... 10 JJoh Blakeny, 6a 2r lp ... 275 ... 223 Thos. Aldous, 2a lr 31p1 ... 238 ... 123...
LAND FOR RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 November 1891
SLA D , LO .RA3 TSJT. D.. an the visit of the Parliamentary '- Standing Committee on .Railways to -,Alexandra on. Friday,23rd October, " '"a re 'eritekeisi didice was given as to the miannerih: wbich the Railway department .as allowld the State to be plundered in connection with the purchase of land required for railway purposes. The Committee, in endeavoring to reconcile the depart menital estimate of the cost of land re quired for the Alexandra-road to Alex andra line, viz., £5,028, with the local estimate, which is under £500, hap pened upon a witness who let a flood of light in upon the subject. This witness (Mr. G. A. Cookson, commission agent) stated that the departmental estimate was evidently based on the prices they had to pay. for land on the Yea and Mansfield line, and then proceeded to relate with the utmost sang froid how he had "got at" the department while - acting as agent for the owners of cer tain lands required for the line. The following report of the examination...
CRICKET. FLOWERDALE V. YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 November 1891
CBIOEZT. FLOWERDALE I' TEA. Ti first match of the season between-the obereclubs was played at Yea oh .aaturday, -the weather being anythin' hut .statble for the ? atch, as thegnrem has to be alhanloned severil times owing to the rain. J. Barrett captahlnedthe home team. and C. Hillicar, Sthe?isitois. The ?tter havincnwion the toss deciddd towtnkethcw`toeto.awl pu?t together -47 efore the last wicket fell, uillicar Ioing the only bone who reached iouhble i'Iures, carryiug eut his Ibtt for 19, '?t by otratul play. Yea then went to tle iiicket, and asuceeddl in comliling Phi, of which iurns played a dashing -innings, carrying out his hat for 27; Pettigrew, 17 ; Maynard, 17; ]iarrett, 16;iand . Th erley, 1v.l2 so batte i- line style for their side. lonwe?dale again went to the wickets, and when time was called, hail male 19 for the loIs of six w ickets. Yea thus won the niatch on the first innings by 79 rmus. The following are ±hesima.s: T.Senmi, an out ... :.. ... Craig, b Maynard ... ...
THE MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 November 1891
HA?Is? made arrangements' for a special telegram from Melbourne as to the Cup, the _ reult _reached : oru office about. twenty .minutes pastd.ourn,u'lock on Tuesday. and shortly afterwards s wa issued s an Extra, ax below : [Br ELermsu TEcsGrnH.1 MELnotrNE, Ž OV- 3. THa following is the result of the race for the Cup, which. came off on the Flemington Course this afternoon - MALVOLIO ... ... I SIR WILLIAM ... .. 2 STaT ORE ... .... 3 The Sporting Contributor to the Age named Muriel or Oxide for winners, with Whimbrel 2, and Correze 3, in thismorn ing's issue. There were then 35 horsasleft to form the field.
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 November 1891
NEWS TAND ZNTES. A rer?Tloss ill circulation on Monday, and obtaiuen'ready signature, for presentation to the l'rsident of the Shire Council, praying that a meeting of rate payers be convened to liscuass the proposed boundaries of the Ridlags of the Yea Shire. Notice of day of ineeing will be given in next issue. RWTII the Aunstralian Mining Standard of In I November, there has been issued a large sized picture on toned paper giving six ex cellent views and a plan of the mines at North Dundas, Tasmania, but moreespecially illustrating the positions and advances made by the Melbourne and lallarat Proprietary, the Success, and Owen Meredith silver mines. This should interest all who are touched with the Tasmanian silver fever. IN view of the General Elections which will take place about April in next year, unless madenearlierby dissolution and appeal tor sheo.ntry,1t has been nuunet'hy tile Government that the General Electomral Rolls of non-rate paying electors for the Legisla tive C...
UP THE MOUNTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 November 1891
VT T>E X=YTTA1 (mFOM OUR OW CORRSPO.?E\T'.) WRrrI?o under date 27th October, our correspondent says: What might easily have proved a fatal accident happened a few days ago on the Cheviot Station. Mr. Bolger and Mr. 1). Wightman were loading a railway truck with timber, and having hoisted about four tons, commenced lowering it by means of the break, when suddenly the large chain broke over the crane, aml fell close beside Mr. Wightman, who was working the break by which the timber ?va ibeing lowered. It fortunately happened that M?r. Bolger was also standilg clear at the time the chain broke. This is the second time the same chain has broke, but it has now been replaced by a new one, and thus all fear of further mishap has been dispelled from the mimids of the users. The weather having become 6 again, "the roads sonm showed signs of ds'ing uo, 'tll now it isa case of dust wh?ever the numerous bullock teams are met with along the not long since almost impassalde forest road. A very...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 November 1891
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Br ELECnRI TzELEOarP.] (rOMU oUR 0ns COEESPONDEOT.) MEtnorCtB , LAST NmIT?. Mesars. W. M'IL.wIn K and Co. report: Cur?Ese--Prime matured, 5.d to 7}1; onespecial lot, to 8.d; good prime, new, 41d to 51d per lb; inferior lower. Bc'rTEr.-Potted: Prime new weekly, 63d to 7d. Fresh: Fair supply; best dairies, 7d to 8d; a few favorites higher; good ordinary, 6fd to 6~d ; inferior, lower. Eocs.-Regular supply ; Sid to 8=d per dozen. CARCAEs PORK.-On Friday : Primelight, 41d to ?did; prime heavy, 3d to4d; inferior, 2d to 3d per lb. PoULTar.-Market very slack. HIfnrr.-Prime garden, 3L to 4d per lb.; beeswax, ready sale, 10d per lb. HIDES, SKINS, BARK, AND TALLOW. THE NEW ZEAL.AND LOAN AND MIERCA. TILE ACtCY CO., LsrrED, report on 30th October : KAscanoo AnD Fr RRe SKLs.--Kunga. roo and wallaby skins haresold welL There is a diminishing supply of opossum skins, the demand; however, continues good at full rates. Rabbit skins meet a good market, WOOL SALES. TaE NEW Z...
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1891. GOLD PIOSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 November 1891
WITH WHICH IIN CORPRATED PUBLISHED EVfY THIURSDAY. TIHURSDAY, N.VEMBER 5, 1591. THE succenful reiln?of experiments made in Europe, at the iieace of the Victorian Government, onl Bedigo and St. Arnaud "tailings," has led.Ieery prompt counting of unhatched chickssl. The principal mines in the Bendigo distlg--the Sandhurst and Eaglehawk--produ last year "tailings" which, when opera by the new proceu, are alone estimatel yield a profit for that year of £100,600, th a to be continle annual profit to thqsa?ne tone in additional gold saved by treathif of the material by this new gold co eitrating process. In addition, there are esimated to be five mil lion tons of old tiliige scattered around, which, by the mmo process of treatment, are calculated to ield a total profit of £1,842,100. G for Bendigo. By the same methods, on e introduction of these new concentratoretc Victoria, it is quite reasonable wwe may ible to add-" Good for Yea !" This trit is in the auriferous area, which has ri prov...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 November 1891
_ - ......-Si s ad rodnco. .E. R. PRIESTLY, 88, 90, 92 FRANKLIf STREET, MELBOURNE Hides, Sheepskins, Horns, Wool, Tallow, Shankbonee, lHair Tails, Beeswax, -c., Haoaehair, Opposum, Rabbit, Kangaroo and Wallaby Skins, Purchased at Highest Prires. Tallow Cas and Salt always on Hand. Agencies : Adelaide . Messrs. E. B. Priestly & Co. Castlemaine. Mr. S. Langha.m W.. M'Ilwrick & Co., AUCTIONEERS and GENERAL PRODUCE BROKERS, Hold AUCTION SALES At their Produce Sales Rooms, 2 KING STREET, -MELBOURNE, Every Wo0~osday and 0( idy, Of every Description of FARM. and DAIRY PRODUCE. NTOTE--Pig Sale held as usual every SThursday at the Corporation's Pig Market, top of Elizabeth Street. On Sale, Butter Casks, Annatto, Rennets, &c. F ARMERS, send your DAIRY PRO 1 DUCE, to C. C. LEWIS, Produce Merchant, S Western Market, Melbourne, who PAYS CASH PROMPTLY and charges NO COMMISSION. Butter Casks for Sale. Creamorios. CREAMERIES. THE VICTORIAN CREAMERY AND SBUTTER COMIPANY, LuTr...
"BREAKERS AHEAD!" [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 November 1891
ThAT cry has brought terror to many a stout heart. A shipwreck is a fright ful experience, .to hear the wind whistle, the timber creak and crash, the cordage strain, the sailors swear and the woman scream, tremble and run hither and thither like maniacs, is enough to appal the bravest heart. Yet with all its terrors, death by shipwreck is not half so terrible as the slow and insidious course of disease, which for the latter years of the stricken one's life, makes existence a misery, not only to the victim but to all around him. With such terrible facts staring us in the face, how careful we should be to preserve that blessing of providence health and strength. .N ote should be taken of the first signs of disease. A simple headache is an infallible sign that the liver and stomach are dis ordered; frequent tootache and neu ralgia indicate infallibly that the nervous system is becoming enervated; that tired feeling is proof positive that strength is failing. There are hundreds of such ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 November 1891
asinoess Noticos. YEA TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. H. Oates B EGS to inform the Inhabitants of Yea and Surrounding Districts that he HAS REMOVED urs Tafleing Estab~itshmat HIfmn-sTRErr (NEXT Tosn AND CTosROvE'S.) A Good Assortment of Spring Tweeds Just to Hand. WonsxAssnm r akn Frr Gtr.tT.tsrr ,. M-- ODERATE -PRICES The Yea Butchery. J. QUINLAN BEGS to inform the Residents of Yea and District that he has just Erected a New Butchery in High-street. near Shire Hall; and trusts, by surrLYso a COO ArTICLE AT A E.AtSNABLE PRICE, to merit a fair share of public patronage. The Shop is Now Open. SMALL GOODS A SPECIALITY. The Yea Bakery, [Established 1859.] D. M'KAY, " returning THANKS for the liberal SUPPORT extended to him for the last 26 years, wishes a continuance of same. Family Order fsr T?.amd, Pastry. Wedding and Birthday Cakes delivered to any part of Yea and neignbourhood. Yeast For Sale at Melbourne 'rices. Note the Address D. I' KAY, North Street, TEA. Dunrobin Bakery, , IGHSTREET, Y...
MOLESWORTH NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 November 1891
WOLESWORTE NOTES. (FROx CR OU? CORRESPO'DENT.) Ta' bulding of the creamery is eomsisted here, and now dOnly awaits the erection of the separators, which are oni the grouhd, and Sthe placing f the acgine to, male a start. : This s undoubtelly a g?oat :anproeorement to our"Slee1py Hollow,'"?sod, e.seatore will,. T Itroýtg'ptr-s :ai.eniS in'ever'l-sense of the word-to the fa?fnts inahaihaaell eders alike. The latest victim Ito inufenza here is our respected townsoromau Mrs. Smith, of Clar endon Farm, who has been confined to her room for some time through its dread effects. I am pleased to say she is now improving although but slowly. * Our popular station-moster, Mr. O'Brien, vas to have gone on his well-earned annual leave last week; but the ofcial who was to have relieved him died through contracting an attack of influenza, thereby putting back NMr. O'Brien's holidays. "Man proposes, hut God dispses." Mr. J. M'Coruck, Balbam Hill Station, ?ommenced shearing operations last week. A p...