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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891

Yea Dairy Company, Limited, TH1E Directors have fixed the PUR CHASING PRICE FOR MILK, de> lirerrl at the Yea andr Molesworth Creamerles, at 3Id. PER GALLON. The Creameries are expected to be open in a few days. E. S. PURCELL, Hon. See. Lea, November 11, 181. Yea Dairy Company, Limited, STHE n'oore Company will PROVIDE MILK SUPPLIERS with a LIMIIT ED NU'MBER of 10- or' 12-GALLON MILK CANS, on Easy Term. Applica tion should be made at once. E. S, PURCELL, Hon. Sec. Yea, Novembect I, 1891, DONALDSON & COMPANY, STOCK as, SHARE BROKERS, FINANCIERS, 331 COLLINS STRISET, MELBOURNE. STOCKS AND SHARES BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION ONLY, LOOK [ LOOKIt ! LOOK I! J. OATES, BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, yWILL COMMENCE BUSINESS on MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, in the Shop lately occupied by Mr. DRrsD.oU, hoping to Soucrr A FarI SIARE or PUBuIc PATRONAGE. BOOTS A?b SHOES or EVERY DESCRIP TION MADE TO ORDER. REPAIRS NEATLY AND PP?IIPLY EXECUTED, J. OO ATE'S, - .HOOT aND SHOEMAKER. -Anctibns YEA. FRIDAY, NOV...

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"BREAKERS AHEAD!" [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891

TIAT 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. Note 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 bwcoming enervated ; that tired feeling is proof positive that strength is failing. There are hundreds of such sy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891

ngsiss Notc?s. -,YEA TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. H. Oates [REGS to inform the Inhabitants of Yea - and Surrounding Districts that he HAS REMOVED HIS Tailosrla Establshm nt TO haLn-s srrr (NEX. TOSH A.ND CO?CROs.) A Good Assortment of Spring TWat'eeds- Just -to-Band. WoRaan:sHAIP a.D Frr GUAAuNTEED. MODERATE PRICES. The Yea Butchery. J. QUINLAN DEGS 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 scrrLYLr G A cooD AR-TICLE AT .? L.OSABLE PRICE, to merit a fair Share of public patronage. The Shop is Now Open. SMALL GOODS A SPECIALITY. The Yea Bakery, [Established 1859.1 D. M'KAY, N returning THANKS for the liberal SUPPORT extended to him for the last 26 years, wishes a continuance of Family Order fir Bread, Pastry, Wedding and Birthday Cakes delivered to any part of Yea and neigebourhood. Yeaat For Sale at Melbourne Prices. - ote the Address D. M1'KAY, North Street, YEA. Dunrobin Bakery, HIGH-STREET, YE...

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YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 November 1891

TEA sHaIE CoNCIoL. --- --I SATURnAY, NOVEMiBER n . Tu~ usual monthly meeting of the Council was held on Saturday. Present: Crs. Scale (President), M'Connick, Webster. Condon, Carver, Richards, and Quinlan. CONFIRMATION Of MINUTES. Cr. M'Cormick moved, and Cr. Quinlan seconded, "That the minutes of the last ordinary meetingas read, and special meet ing of the same date, be now confirmed." Carried, Cr. Webster against. Cr. M'Connick moved, and Cr. Quinlan seconded, " That the special meeting of the 17th October, 1891, as now read, be con firmed."-Carried. CORIusSPONDENCE. From the Secretary Victorian Railways, stating that the Council's request for a passenger train front Mansfield to Tallarook. to meet tle Goulbonr Valley train, had been complied with. From P. WV. Conlan, Caledonian Hotel, Yea, drawing attention to a leakage into his cellar from the water clhannel in front of his premises.-Engineer to attend to it. From Daniel SI'Leish, Yea, stating that a lot of the embankment in fr...

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Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

31AII8' -c~iaad amveat. the Ye'a· Pot Office at the undermentioned hours: CLOSX AT TYA FOR- A.M. P.M. l1owurnme... 8 6 T.llarook ... .. 8 6 i)ogalook.... . 6 Moleaworth 11 Alexandrs .. ... 11 8 Mrrinindi ... 12 o10 Flowerdale . 12 I MlLeioh'. 12 101a Underwoods ... .. 2.1". - Holden'a 12 I a s3 .Murphy's .." " " RBCEIVED AT TEA F - A.M. P.N. Tallarook ... 11 30 30 Do-orgalok. 11o 6 Gobur ... ..6... _ Ya...r... Alexandra... . 8 6 l ,urrindiodi .. : i 1 30 Flowerdale . 130 1M'Leish'a ...... : 130 Underwood's 1.. 30 Derlin's ... 130 Holden', -.. £ 1:2^j, , ] 30 S130

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

Yes Dairy OompanyLLimited. qtE ahoe Cnpanj WILL RECEIVE .1: MILK. and Commence Separating, at the Yea Cream y, o MONDAY, the 23rd Instant, under the Manageaent of D. M. L 8. PURCELL, Hoa eScretary. Yea, NovemberIlS, 1891. Yea Dairy Company,=LImitel. THE Directou have fixed the PUR CHASING PRICE FOR MILK, de livered at the Yes and Moleaworth Creaoerles, at 3jd. PER GALLON. The Creameries are expected to be open in a few s. reaRcaEL Ho.. Sec. Yea, November 11, 189, Yea Dairy Oompany, Limited. F hoy ibo n Cman will PROVID3 1 MILK SPPLIEIS wibt a LIMIT ED NUMBER oa 10 or 12-GALLON ILK CAN8;, on Easy Terms. Applis tion sboald .be made at once. S? . PURCELL, Yea, November 11, 181., 5' DODGSEUN, k.` STOOK AND GENERAL COMMISSION , AGENT..YEA . ,O?N -.:es; t. w e ,Ia reDse . Ans o i An n-L Mancournms Anscir CorZrL. '1 E. S. P U R:CE.L L & C:., ARE NOW SHOWING THEIR NEW' - SPRING AND. SUMMER GOODS. No LAST SEASON'S STOCK OR JOB LINES FROM THE AUCTION But New and Fashionable Stuff dire...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

We cannot enter into correspondence about this competition, unless stamps for reply and addressed envelopes are sent each time. 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. CLarErrs, Newtown, Sydney.

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[CERTIFICATE.] 22/6/91. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

[CERTIFICATE.] 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 how many pills, are in the bottle. which is now secure in our safe until January.l, 1892.. W. H. GODDAYD, Mnagser. Earssr LYoas, Accountant. Commercial Bank, Nowtown, Sydney.

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FIFTY POUNDS FOR A GUESS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

P "IUOMVD 703 A IM. Ax 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 knows?w hr mauy. Pills ai, bottle contains. We agree to divide £50 (fifty pounds) in prizes for the nearest guesses as to the number of pills contained in the hottle as follows : One present of £25 for the aesrest gsem. ,, . ,, £10 for the next neartt guess £,, 5 forthe nextnearest guess S ,, £4 for the nextearestgoem , ,,,,- £3 forthe sestnearestgse ,, , , f 5forthenextnearstguess ,, ,, ,, £1 forthe nextnearestguess 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 leavingour laboratory after this date. In case tyo or ore persons guess the correct...

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Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

..11 .a h uiu at r m S t Zali Tz fnoiin; is a list of the goods and pzarad a delivery at the Yea Bail way Static o. aedw y moftig: moons Dvewy, Pur7 sad Petch, Casks. Yorstoc, Hsnter. Walto., Cleelasd, Estrieeke. J. W. Johnston, Fruankli. Astoe7. Jses WYsish, 8tefte, aadda. Airey, P. Sists, Lieu Gordo., Law, O'Cwor, Cummia.r

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Railway Time Table. CORRECTED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

BBRLot.·riT I~ lI~~I!I.1 .a{ Ia~ ,L·td ,,. a oil'a ,., M ,1 ,. 1 n nr l 8ail'At p i l Tfmo I ablt a "ý ,no, ,a,:n AllJ~n Ii~sr O(/), 1-a crs-~ wr i o,.. SieL 49a7t.1 20 0I.rd Ballm nI" L I, s 6 1 1.' 10 fnl J r· l-r ioi C,1w vnio1 o9,44~ -.11(5 I-Ju1 51 1i144ni liozoewost 310 F, 11'M T ,FJ'N1 0 P.Mr. 's'l'rllzurfodep Koaiiu ....T0l t.7I 10 1 M leswovrth .. - 3 1 2 0 Cheviot II1I. ... $ 1 '6::, T64 31rK 0d,3n;wool; .1 ;.j + -20 15'S 5.1 `811:: ...t ar, ,V.a07.0 0.4 9 Tallarooki ~ Rp. lp. 67, '"' *fe ld 10,20 8 M1elboorsos c: oarr 11 56, 9:461 .16 3.111{ ' ALSXi..DO 11 ,I : ' i ri ' ; 'a i~c' IuiloiJI nigh Fersn ii ,<I r~. Paes11'ats;I lot. 2si . ''f ) -lJf{ I;C7~iA.i1 ' ilik ,3elboarne ::ldqs .7 !2iL.' T a L i r 9 ' trr:. .9 51i7.43I9 '3j 0.13' 1 ýdj. 035 :1 > A .Trawool .. ..10355 8461 i' O187.Y,, Kerriadals .. .11 15 -8 5 11 3J 7 6 Hto nwooa',1 i' I 1P39150 I12T'$1 87311 arr. 11559"7 i'33 9"0:61; ?Iolcapls il s11: 21l2 14J1.1 13.I0SO1 35 a atlll~n~ tt 12 5I0; 2:i 15ll...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. TUESDAY, 17TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. TUrSDAT, 17TU NOVrc E. "Fa Sar.rP.-26,000 yrrded, the greater portion of which ranged from middling to good qualities, with a limited sprinkling of prime. The demand was firmer throughout, and an early clearance was effected at fully last week's rats Very few crombred d Quotationas for shorn sheep: Screabred wethers, from losto lb6d, according to weight and quality; do. do. ewes, ftEm 7s 6d to 9S; do. merino wethers, from9stol0; extra bevy and prime do. do., from ls 6d to lIs 6d; good meriao wethers, from 7a 6? to 8 6d ; middling do. do., from 6s to 7; best drafts of merino ewes, from es to 6s 6l: others, from 4s FAT Lamas.-12,000 were penned. The bulk of the supply condistad ofmiddlingand inferior descriptions. Prime choice lots were in fair request, while other sorts were dull of saleat about last week's low rates. Prime sold at from 7a 6d to 9s, a few extra from 9a 6d to 10s; good sold at from as 6d to7s; others, from 4s.

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Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

aF.l,.rate .iar mer~catdlsei wool, prmlut,:. live stock, &c., are published as a spple-':,i mnent to the[ Gorertenct Ga~tals of the 279t , Ao?cust. , cc' . !." : %. ~~? The. rate pe ball for wool,.not exceaeding 4cWt., is 2s. up to 45 miles. Frim 45 up tonm.d 60 ileste,'d. lr?l?hbl.fot: every 5 miles:or, Itbct of a miles; alot from 60 up t, 100 otiles,1,: ? 'loltper bale for ii mies, or part ofa 5,tilcuths, the atte? yites .to. !be, cumul~tti'e.'on :the. I foraeo charge. .d~er.-':ll dattld ore mi will be conveyicot Qiki poS tru?ek.per iaileF up'to o101 iils; "li .oerent, mile tic .beo culledo froii 10't iip to ' 150hile)o:.i cI! ver 150 toileo. 7c.'pae truck peie nilvill ,t, he clhacri'fit rltlie whole jourt ry.:.l:Thulrl milloaum Cl arge iso .hi, with 'a termiiil:l'h/! cba;ro'ofId. per trubki.n o lcditiotoitoo hoa' abRaie ratci.L ' " ? ' , ites :--.Marce, gtelding, lillt,.al-dntitrcnder ' yiars, (idl Pc ile i ; Cl|tim' I S CyitiS and, yar, 1o per t?ile twlo eltirt, i ears a...

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UP THE MOUNTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

(raox oun owls coRBESProiDET.) Spnc. last writing we have been visited by sever weather, almoet like winter. Indeesi it was really a return of winter for a few days, commencing with a thunder storm and heavy rain, followed by hail-the hail stones being, according to the describer, of enormous size. What with the heavy rain, the hail, and the ferce wind, many of the ancient foresters lost their limbs and branches, though they had stood apparently uninjured by previous strong gales. This storm has broght to light many imperfec tions in our roads, though they looked well enough before this extra heavy rain came. That "things are not what they seem" ap. plies to roads as well as to other things has been made very apparent here, for the waggon wheels have brought to the surface, out of the many deep ruts, lage piees of wood, in parts of the read that previously looked well enough on the top; but it is nht to be supposed that the Engineer an mee any further through a stone wall than any o...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] NEW YEAR'S DAY SPORTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

L TTs TO am ItO [We do not hold ourelves responsible for correspondents' opisions. Discussion ua public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] NEW YEAR'S DAY NPORTS. TO THE EDITO3 OF1 TH CNHONICLE. Smi,-Are there to be any New Year's Day Sporue! 8o many hundreds of people, young and old, had an innocent day's pleasure last New Year's Day that the above question is being asked. Let the Sports Committee' actively stir themselves, put their two splendid Secretaries again into harnle, and they may be sure of liberal monetary help. My mite will be ready.--I am, &c., TIMOTHEUS.

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The Yes Sub-Treasury. ACCOUNTS FOR PAYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

ACDOIUUUl !Oa FATEXO?. J. Mintoab' . - " J. MCormlck .AsIn WS D3JVZST. 0. Diiyiah J. orraghan L . Hams. J. WilliamaU R. Williams . L Robins W. Hiek T. Maldy. J.,$ 3aimsra Sharp G. OR ans. LRygmr. PO>ZCnror. Y.Coooaa . -.-8.W. momni .h.UMCoTla.k. C. KCormls H.. Bara r'_ M. RJ.. J.T. Gill UcS.'CU 705 DZJ*TUT. 4"D~ais= " LL Mciii. M. Coons Jun. Coas, B. Marne J. Dcbwty~ A. Iliato N. T. Y W. do M. Jefray Was. Lawrsaso Pdsr aron.. W. H. Marpia W. C.ainegIam JA. Gs.Ou (9) F. Pit astso.

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SITE FOR ST. LUKE'S PARSONAGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

SITE FOR ST. LUKES PARSONAGE. TO THE EDITOB OF THE CHRONICLE. Ssn,-It is a matter to be regretted that Mr. Stackhouse, with all his good intentions, could not refrain from giving us his views as to the site of the new parsonage. It was surely quite sufficient to describe the " wonderful old house," and it might have been expected that the managing body of St. Luke's would be left to make the best possible arrangement for the comfort and convenience of the Rev. C. H. Barnes and his family. In my humble opinion, Mr. Stackhouse might well have left all that to the Guardians. Now that the present "beautiful site" has been mentioned, per mit me to express the opinion that it is not by a very long way the best available. It is surely not to be compared with that on the hill near the bellfry. Certainly, the old site has a few trees and flowers, that can not fail to make it look attractive, but these do not compensate for the damp, had drainage, fogs, and general discomfort un avoidale in w...

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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1891. Register! Register! Register! [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

Luc Jta ehroeick. WITH WICH 5 ICIOtRPORATED PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 151. giucr ~ I SIster I eIster I Taosi who are not on the Ratepayers' Roll should at once take outElector's Rights, as the Rolls must be prepared thefirst week in December, and will be used at the next General Election, which will, if Parliament is not dissolved in the meantime, take place about next April. If the opportunity is neglected during the next ten days, it will be no use grumbling afterwards. If any ratepayer is in doubt about his name being on the roll, we shall be only too pleased to make inquiry, if he will write to us, and shall let him know as soon as possible. But if at all convenient, the best way will be to consult the Electoral Registrars. Every man entitled to a vote should see to it that he is not disfranchised. It is a great privi lege, and every citizen in a free country like Victoria should be proud to claim it, and take the full responsibility of exercising it, for ...

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Yes, Molesworth, and Strath Creek Creamaries. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

Tea1, 3aol orth, and Iath rask Creamal. NnvaLv everything is in position at the Yea Creamery, and early next week the Direc. tors hope to be able to make a start. The cans are expected to be up to day or to. morrow, and will be at once distnbuted to the milk suppliers. Mr. Grant, the mana ger, has kindly promised, at our request, to give some hint in next issue a to the best way of keeping the milk. Mr. Canuon. who had the building of the Yeaand Molesworth Creameries, has finished the second one, and has done his work in a very satisfactory manner. The engineer will.be at work this week fixing up.the. machinery, and is the comrse of a fortnight it is hoped the separator will be in Full swing at Moleswortb. Three of the Directors (Messrs. Purcell, Scale, and Sanders,) visited 8trathCreek on Monday, and two sites, generally approved by the milk suppliers, were offered to them by Mr. Munro. On one there is a six roomed building. and it is thought a portion can be utilised for the Cream...

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The Government Gazette. APPLICATIONS FOR LICENCES AND LEASES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

The Government Gazette APPLICATION FOR LICENCES AND LEASES   APPROVED. Mary Neighbour, 19a. 3r. 30., Gobur. John Brodie, 74a. 1r. 1p., Gobur. Mary Ann Williamson, 316a. 1r. 10p., Billian Matthew Wentworth, 56a. 3r. 28p., Windham. Ma r J. Berry (nee Gilbert), 319.. r. 3 ward Hepburn, 31. Sr. 33p, Drop Maz Ann Chholm, 31. l r. r. S , Worroagh. Mary Ann De?lin, 05a Ir. 31Si. ilan. Annae Forbes, 31. 3r. 13p., pmor Margaret J. Gill, 319 Or. 2lp., Wind ham. Henry Aldous, 319. 3r. 14p, 8witer. John Gilbert, 316. Jr. 3p., Ruffy. James J. Kennedy, 196. Ir. ip. Worrough. Gawen R. Nash (u executor of the late James B. Nash). 318. r. 13p., Woodburn. Emma Macklin, 31l.. r. I?p, Gobur. John Cumming. 99.. 2r. 38p, Gobur. Christina Cumming (adminidtrix of Win. Cumming). 139. Ir. 30p. Gobur. Thomas P. M'Inerney, John Griflbh, and Henry Vanbeems (executors of the late Thomas Gaunt), 319. 3r. 3Np, Kobyboyn. TRANSFERS RXIG?STERD. Charles P. Williams, 297a. Or. lp, Sey mour, to Charles Ande...

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