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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 November 1891
NotIcs. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF ANGLESEY YEA DIVISION. THE Office of the Electoral Registrar, Hig h-street, Yea, will be Open for the Issue of EoLEcrors' Rnicrs, until 10 o'clock p.m. on WEDNVEDAY'S and SATCr DA1's during the month. E. S. PURCELL, Registrar. Electoral Registrar's Office, Yea, 4th November, 1891. Yea Racing Club. A GENERAL MEETING of the above Club will be held at Conlan's Cale donian Hotel on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, at 8 p.m. BUsL'ESS-IMPOaTAa.T. Every Member requested to attend. J. DOWNIE, President. Yea Dairy Company, Limited. SHAREHOLDERS in the above Com pany can get their Scrip on any day during buminess hours on Application at the Company's Office, High-strcet, Yea. E. S. PURCELL, Hon. Secretary. Yea, October 27, 18S91. FRED. WHEELER, SURGEON DENTIST, ALEXANDRA, MAY BE CONSULTED ANDERSON'S COMMERCIAL HOTEL, YEA, On Thursday, 5th November, Between the Hours of 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. NOTICE. A NY Person or Persons Trespassing, Shooting, Hunting, or Removing Timber on Killi...
ONE MAN—ONE VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891
MME MhAT-ONZ VOTE. -4- At the meeting of the Yea Shire Council, on Saturday, a circular was read from the Ian deeong Shire Council in rreference to the One Man tOne Vote Bill now before Parliarhent. Tile object of the Bill, the circular went on to state, was to curtail the voting power of every honest, hard-working man in this country who, by his industry and careful nes2, had created a honme for himself and his family, end to place him on the same level us the loafer and swa-aman, who was here to-day and gone to-morrow. It asked the * Council's prompt co-operation in opposing this obnoxious Bill, whcbh wasframed solely in the interests ,of the Trades' Hall Conucil. Cr. M'Cormick moved, "That this Council request that the members of the Legislative Council reject the clause relative to the One Man One Vote, in the Amended Constitution Act." It had been generally represented throughout the colony that every man shounld have a vote, and another vote for property ; but he considered th...
YEA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. (Before Messrs. J. M'Cormick and J. Bett, J.P.'s.) CIVIL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891
YTEA POLICE COUET. -4-- TrIF?SD . NOViEMBER 10. (Before Messrs. J. M'Cornnick and J. rBett, J.P.'s.) ('IVIL CASE4. Walter Simpson v. Charlen Anderson. Claim, £S 10s., being five weeks' wages at £2 10s. per week. A set-off was admitted for the following nmounts:-£4, hoard and residence ; £1 5s., urlcy lent; and £1 14s., drinks, &c., supplied. Mr. J.lackson for plaintiff; Mr. Graham for defendant. Plaintiff stated tlht he wotrked during the five weeks, and in a workmanlike mann:er. .Ir. Carison paid him ns. a day. To Mr. Graham: Agreed to build a house for defendant fur £2u , the latter a:reeing to lind all the materials ; but witness knocked olfflreause he would not lind the rails. De fendant called him a - rnl!i.m, when lie asked for the nails, and threatened to punch his head. In reply to the Bench, plaintiTfstated that he claimed £2 10s. a week as wages, owing to the breach of agreement. Mr. raiham aIsked in that case that it should be struck out, but consented o tthe summ...
National Scripture Education League. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891
Ntionat al$ sZtap Eductrion Loauo. Mi. A. R. E. Busre, who lectured on Thursday last in the Shire'Hall. was well satisfied with the considerable andiencewhich assembled to hear his views on the .Educa tional system of Victoria. Comparing with other country towns, Yeaites evinced above average interest in the subject of discussion. The lecturer himself, being full up of his subject, a ready speaker with a pleasing. de livery, evidently ardently wedded to the views advocatesl, tucked is with an earnest ness verging towards enthusiasm, which, on a largor audience in a larger building, must have carried syupathlisers completely with him, and which.here gained frequent Ipplause frsom an audience not wholly agreeing to the Scriptural innovation adsvoctted a?iast the secular education system. JMr. E. 8. Purcell was voted to the chair, and declared himself strongly in favorof the objects of the League. MIr. Burton is a representative of the National Scriptre Eilucational Leagae, of which th...
Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891
Goo"e ad 2ols3 at the OTas al vay Staticns THs following is a list of to goodsl and parcels awaitilg delivery at~he Yea Bail way Station on \Vednealay ning:-u cooons. Walton, Davey, D. and D.M'Leish, Jas. 'Leish. . Perry and Petch, Dr E. f. Lock, Mn. MJIcish., \. M'Cormlick, John Aldous, Lieunt Gordon, W'hite, Hatma, O'Connor. \Valton, J. W. Johnston, J. totn, Tea-tree G.M. Co., Jas. Lawt TIe promloter of the Ye Rlcr Syndicate objectet to the blocks of laud awarded by the Local Land lIoard at Yea,tnd, on being aplpeled to, the Minister of unlds reaon tlndedl such alteratinos as *ouldl enable the promoter to make exchank with block hollcrs. The attempt to ex inge havin, f.tled, the promoter h.a now ocptod the land originally awarded:
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. TUESDAY, 10TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891
MELBOURNE CATFLE MARKET. TersnDA, IOTH %OVEMBBE. FAT ScEEr.-- 2,000 yardnled. A large pro portion of those forward was well suited to trade requirements, including some choice flocks of prime and hcavy merino wethero, being sparingly represented. The tone of the market was weaker, and prices for best deseriptions ruled a shade easier, while other sorts met a drag s sale at.lo It r rata. a- ino ewes were largely represented, and a clearance was with difficulty effected. Quo tations for shorn sheep:--Prime crossbred wethers, from IOs to 12s, a few to lLs; do. do. ewes, from 7s Gd to 9s ; do. merino wethers, from 9s to O1s; extra heavy and prime do. do., from 10s 6d to 1as; good raerino wethers, from 7s Gd to Ss 6d ; mid. dling do. do., from Gs to is; best drafts of merino ewes, 5s to Gs d ; others from 4o. FAT LeAns.-The supply proved ample for trade requirements, 9,500 having bIen penned. The demand was not so active for best descriptions at ablut late rates, while for other sorts sa...
ST. LUKE'S PARSONAGE. TEA MEETING AT TEMPERANCE HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891
ST. LKE'S PAP.SQSO GE. TEA MEETING AT TEM1PERANCE IIHA L. THE damper in the way of rain on Monday (Prince of W\ales' irthdlay) nndoubtcdly injuriously affected the attendance at thE tea and social in aid of the Parsonage Fund of St Luke's Church, which was held on that day, though it came too late to tmar the get-up, variety, and high quality of the thrice, if not sevenfold, abundant supplies of cakes, confections Ind fruit, which the ladies had provided aand had hoped wholly to dispense. The tea tables, which were set out in the Temperance Hall, were, in these items, a splendid exhibition of the skill and dainty tastefulness of the providres, quite apart from the floral decorations, which also eture abhuanilt and choice, to which were added, served om the plates, neat button hole bounquets for the tea takers. Ample too ample and too good, except for exhibi. tion purpioses, were all these contributions in dai;ltj s well as substantial food, and to demolish all which a vast multitude...
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891
Departre ad Adrrival of Mals. MAns close and arrive at the Yea Post Office at the undermentioned hours:- Melbourne... ... 8 6 Tallarook ...... ... 8 6 Doogalook ...... ....- 6 Molesworth ... .. 11. - Gobur ..:' ... .... 11 - Yarck - 11. ; - Alexandra..' . ..; 11 8 3lnrrindindi ... .. 12 10 Flowerdale . ... 12 10 M'Leish's ... ... 12 10 Underwood's .. ... 12 10 "Dflin's ...... . ..12. 0121 tolden's ..... .. 12 10 Murphy's ... ... . 12.10y RECEIVED AT TEA FROH- A.M. P.H. Tallarok ......... ... 11 930 Melbourne... ... ... 11 930 Doogalook... .. .. 113 -dolesworth. ... - 6 Gobur ... ... .. - 6 Yarck ... ..... . - 6 Alexandra... ... .. 830 6 Murrindindi ... ... 130 Flowerdale .. ... 130 M'Leish's .. ... . 130 Underwood's . .... ... ?o 130 Dedni's ... . . 1 30 Holden's ... ... .. 1 30 Murphy's -. . 130
THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891
THE WOOL MARKET. TuE New Zr.sLtDO Lo.S AND, MEr.clsN T AEr.E A er. CO., LiiTsED, report on the dab hNovemper: We offered over 6.000 bales wool at our auction to-day, and cleared the bulk of the catalogue at about late rates. Crossbreds and comebacks met with very brisk competi. tion for America. The highest price for e was I 12, which was paid foro39 ubles tam crossbrel. Messrs. DALern r andl COsIP.NY, LInlITED, report on the 9th November: V" held our fourth wool sale to-day. in the .raeunce of a full attendauce of lhu-ers. to wh, .. we submittel a good representative catalogue of 3,360 hales, of which we sold 2,000. The demaul for wool ,ontinues active, and the market to-day shawed no change from last week. Good to superior merinos and all descriptions of crosshreds elicit the same lively competition as previously reported, but inferior, heavy, faulty, andl hurry merinoes which, are now increasing in supply, attrict comparatively less attention. We sold greasy wool as high as 121d ...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891
ZEWS .A& NOTE. Owaso to the apathy of the townspeople, Cr. M'Cormick, who carried a motion at the September meetingfor the constitution of an Urban Water Trust, threw op the spouge at last meeting. Cr. Webster immediately jumped into the breach, and gave fresh notice of motion for his favorite scheme of reticulating the township from the railway -Wk have to thank Mr. J. E. Dernnm, Hon. Secretary of the Tallarook Mechanics' Insti. tate and Free Library, for a conmplimentary ket for the grand concert to be given this ovning in aid of the funds. Tai V.R.C. paid over £28,000 in stakes to the winners at the Spring 1leeting.. Tna Right Rev. Dr. Gee will administer the rita of Confirmation at St. Luke's Churchon Friday week, 20th inst., at 3.30 p.m. THE Prince of Wales as 50 years old on Monday last, having been born on the 9th November, IS41. THE reserve fund of Dalgetty and Com pany, Limited, has been increased fromt £ 120,000 to £130,000. Is consequence of several meetings havin...
BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891
BARK. THE NXE ZLve N, LoAN AND IEF.C.\N TlrE AGENsc Co., LIMITED, report on 6th November: BAns.-Ground, superior, up to £10 per ton; Portland ground, to £10 15s: chopped, up to £S: bundled, good, up to .£; do., inferior, £.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891
Church S0c7icH3. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, YEA. T HE Rcv. C. H. BARN.ES will conduct Divine Service at the above Church on Sunday evening next; also at strath Creek in the morning, and Spring Valley in the afternoon. Holy Communion at morning service. Mr. E. H. Burgessat Yea in the morning, and Homewoel in the afternoon. PRESIIYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. T HE Rev. . ..1ILNE will conduct Divine Service (D.V.) in the above Church nextSabbath at Yea, morning at 11 o'clock, and in the evening at 7.:3). In the afternoon at Limestone, at 3 o'clock. To Snbscribers nd Avcrtisors. THE HALF-YEARLY ACCOUNTS have now been sent out to Sub scribers and Advertisers. A prompt settle ment will greatly oblige. P. GALVIN. Yan Clno.rIcLE, November li, 1S91.
PUBLIC MEETING AND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891
PUBLIC MEETING AND CONCERT. At S o'clock a public meeting and concert were held in the Shire Hall, wjichl was crowded. The Rev. \W. ;. Hinidley, Mel bourne, and Rev. 1). Milne occupied seats on the platform. The Rev. C. H. Itarnes, the Incumbent, presided, and after calling upon the Rev. Mr. Hindley to open the meeting with prayer, explaimed the objects for which they had met together. It was not very often that the Yea Shire Hall was so well filled as it was that night, and he took it as a happy omen of what they were met to inaugurate. He sincerely thanked the ladies for what-might he say the manful way in which they had carried out the first part of the evening's entertainment, andt their efforts had been so well appreciated that he had no doubt they would soon be called upon to repeat it. (Appiause.) They all knew that the object of the gathering was to inaugurate a fund for a house or the Incumbent of St. Luke's Church. He wanted them to look upon it apart alto gether from the ...
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1891. YEA DAIRY FACTORY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891
WITH WHICH IS IN!LOROILATED PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, SOVEMBER 13, 1591. TmA UflT 7ACTORT COYMPAT. VErT satisfactory progress continues to be made with the creameries in connection with the Yea Dairy Factory Company. At Yea, the engine after a thorugh overhl.uling, is now in position, the internediates are all placed, the separator is in position, piping Is being laid from the railway tank. and a start will probably be rmade on Tucsday next. At Molesworth, all necessary work will be proceeded with immediately. and a start mae nas soon as possible. or are our Strath Creek friends bring forgotten. Their creamery will soon be under way, and any thing like unnecessary delay will be avoided. The Directors of the Company are giving a lot of time and attention to the various details, and, as we previously pointed out, no one except themselves is aware of how much work there is in connection with the start ing of operations. In oar next issue we hope to be able to publish an intim...
Railway Time Table. CORRECTED TO DATE. YEA TO MANSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891
3a3iway Timo 'Tablo ' cor.ntECTE 0 DATE :: YEA To MANSFELD.t: I ; , Station. (drt. 111055 05 73 Yea.:. .:. dep. 12: 68 97 Yarek., .. ... I 15 SSI 101i anumra.. .. 1OS3 SO?S Morton 2 0 9731I4} Woodfield . 92311S I"onnie Doon ... 1001252/I .1aindnmple ... 2 45 . 1036 131t Mansfield ... 3 10 . * To stop when reqeorcd. Passengers mist give notice to Guard at previous stopping station. . MA.?nLEL o Y. EA. 1 1030 1311 Mansfield ..Iep. 5 0 1020 122" Maindample . '5 20 9118 LonnleDoon. . 5l 937 114 Woodfield . ... . S 108. ler ..toin 6 12. ' l.. 110! liantmbra ... 6br ... 6S9 97 Yarck... .:. 6 5 : t 93 Cathkin..:::,.. 7 ": 0 79 Yea .. .:. . n Singe 'Fare Mi.td Mixd ',slot. 2nd A.M. P.M1 s . s . Alexandraloaddep. 6 50 5 10 Catbkin .. ... 5 0 0"05 Molesworth ...-730 5 35 1 2 0, 9 Ialham-.ý ,.; ; I ' ` 1 10 1 '3 Cheviot ...- ... 7 56 6 1 2 :41 '7 Ye der. 8 1 6 15 3 0 2 0 S 2 dep. '8 23 6 80 - - - Hlomewood... ,.. 8 41 6 45 3:10 2 7' Kerrisdalo ..d ...9 :3 7:1I 4 10] 3 Trawool ... 2 :... 920 .7...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891
S g--fi.A,. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. (Br ELECTRIC TzLECGrP.] (FROM OrC owY coaRsIsro.SU.\T.) MraLoran E, L -Sr NXIT. Messrs. . I'ILwmRct and Co. report: CIIEESLE - Prime matuired, 01 to 7d; one special lot, higher; good prime, new, 41d to 5}d per Ib; inferior lower. IBirrl.-lPotted: Prime new weekly, 6jl to o6d; medium, 5?d to Cd. Fresh: Glool supply, easier; best dairies, 6,11 to 71l, a few favorite brands, higher ; good ordilary, 61 to 6J ; inferior lower. Bacs.--8ld to 9d per dozen. CsncasE PoaR.--On Friday:Smallsupply, mnrket easier. Pinme light, ?1I to 4ld; prime heavy, 21d to3ld ; inferior, 2d to 3d per lb. PoCLxTa.--Short supply; prime birds in better demand.
Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891
oviIecd ilwtay Ratos. 'N.l rates for merchandise, wool, produce, live stock, &e., are published as a supple. ment to the Governament o Crte of the 27th Au_,ust. Ahe rates per bale for wool, not exceeding 4tcwt., is 2s. up to 45 miles. From 45 up to 60 miles, 4d. per bale for every 5 miles or part of 5 moiles ; and from 60 up to 100 miles, 3d: per bale for 5 miles, or part of 5 miles the latter rates to be cumulative on thoe former charge. Cattle or pigs will be conveyed at 9d. pct truck.per mile, up to 101 miles; 3d. per mile to be added from 101 tp to 150 miles, If over 150 miles, 7d. per truck per mile will be charged for the whole journey. The mininaum 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, lilly, or entire, under 2 years, 6d. per mile; entires, 2 years and over, Is. per mile ; two eutires, 2 years alnd over, belonging to different owners, if carried in one loose...
THE POLITICAL BOWLING GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891
: BZ r OLTIOAL 3SOWLTN O QEET, (FEOS M1EtBOUILE PUNCIu.) : ''SOMEODY has whispered to Mr. Robert - Harper that he had better sink himself out of sight for a bit if lie would have his new party score a win. Somebody might roar tire same thing into Mr. Patterson'sear with good effect. There is quite a little flutter in the House over theintrigues thathave been started. [The respective political weight of both these men, a ho are averred to be "the authors of the whole sensation, such as it is," is thereupon elaborated, with no great award of credit to either. The situation is then summed up as follows:-] The funny thing on the Political lowling Green is that it is a combina tion of these two men which is to pcapsize tile present Government, :.nd force a dissolution on the cry, " Pa!iia ment and not tile Trades Hall is to rule the country." " Who is going to follow them ' .sks Wrixon. " Who is going to follow them l" asks Gillies. "I am," says Walter Madden. "I am so long as the games ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891
' Creamerois. CREAMERIES. HE VICTORIAN CREAMERY AND SBUTTER COMPANY, LIMrrEr. Erects Creameries at their own expense. Assists Fazmers to Erect Creameries. Buys and Sell Creameries. Provides Farmers with all kinds of Dairy Requisites. Gives Long and Liberal Ternms. Write for Full Information to ALEX. CRAWFORD, MANAGEcR, 4S85A Little Collins-street, Melbourne. Best Returns bor Cream. Send it here. Cream! Cream! Cream! THI uLBOUava CHuILmD nUrB and PRODUCE CO. Ltd. 4t Flnsder Lane, re cash pmechasers of Separted Crem In any qnnn5tr. epartars and Cremery Panta suppled. Correspoa. dmue lnsited. Money! Money! Money! Wanted Securities, farms or stations, £400 to £10,000, available from 51 per cent. Applications invited. W. WISHART, 237 Collins Street. SING PROSPECTUSES, SCRIP, At 1c ChronideOffice. TRADE - MAR K In Half.Chests ...... 40bls each I In Tins ......... 10lbs. nett. In Tins ......... .01lb. nett. - ... ... ... 51.sa. And a Special Line in 31b. Tins, "ROB ROY BLEND." All the abov...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] ST. LUKE'S PARSONAGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891
LT.ITERS TO TEE EDITOQ. [We do not holl onurseles responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] ST. LUKE'S 'ARSONAGE. TO TIlE TITsOR OF TIHE CItRONICLE. Sim.-As one who etill takes the greatest in. terest in Yea and all its beloning, but especially in the welfare of our Ch?urch, per mIit me to say through the medium Iof your paper, how rejoiced I am to hear of the decisiont of the Church Wardens ii St. Luke's Church to huild their worthy Ineulbent a new P Irsonage; and that the ladies ace making prep,.rations tA hnol it public tia meeting on, the 9th November, to inaugerate a fndl fsr lthat pr.-e.. A ne dlwelling-lnose for the Inicumbent of St. Lake's Church hlasbeen C org reciegnisid, long tWl~iol "f. and certainly longs ret::irel. Dear, though the old hlome is (fir ,1hi asoci atios s tke)c to mne, I should rejoice to hear it had leen pulled down and ius r, for fi:rv wood. for tihat is th eonly use it cohl hr?...