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

CrtaeamribL 'CREAMERIES. THE VICTORIAN CREAMERY AND BUTTER COMPANY, LtrEIms. Erects Cranieries at their 'own expenae. Assists Farmers to Erect Creameries. Boys and Sell Creameries. Provides Farmers with all kinds of Dairy Requisites. Gives Long and Liberal Terms. Write for Full Information to ALEX. CRAWFORD, Miss.actR, 4S5a Little Collins-street, lelbourne. Best Returns Jor Cream: Send it here. Cream! Cream! Cream! THB YELBOURBE .CHILED BUTn ER sal PRODUCE CO.. Ltd. 491 Flinders Lane, are cash puehbes of Separatd rm In any quenbtitr. Sepan?.r s and Cremp FInts snppied. Crrespon Money! Money! Money! Wanted Securities, farms or stations, £400 to £10.000, available from 5} per cent. Applications invited. W. WISHART, 237 Collins Street. ,flNING . PROSPECTUSES, SCRIP, At . Ca hi NOTICES,. At Tea ChronicleOffice. TRADE MARK tn,HlallCheta .. .. 1401hseach In Tins . ... I11- net' In Tit ......... 20lbs. nett. ,, .. ... ... 51bs. ,, And a Special Line in 31b. Tins;;a, ~irv, 1 1?, s "ROB ROY ...

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THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

THE WOOL MARKET. TuE NEw ZiELArND Loai AND MnRCIAr TILEZ Ancar CCs, LMIrTII, report on the 12th November: W--- catalogued 7,000 bales for our sale to day, which passed off with animation. Greasy combing sold up to l1, and greay lamb.' to 12i. We sod Gerogery, to I i ; Gomn horgana, lOid to iIld; Balleobong, pieces, 8d to Sid, lambs, 12jd; Kerarbury, M9, pieces, 71d; Benambra, crossbred lambs, llid; Kelly'sPowlett, crosshred, lid, come back, 91d; Bengallow, 10!d; Sinclair's Glenavon, lOid ; Maher's Brittas, Walbon. drie, 10d ; Mitchellhill's Grange, lOd Ellis, Inglewood, 9d for lambs'; Lewis Wilby 9!d for crossbred; Ripplevale, Sid; Sheep land Park, 9?hl; Bott, B mmahnoomoonah, 9id; J.P., Corowa, 91d; Green Bros.,Shep. patton, 9; W.H.E., Corop, 9id; Wood idx , 8iZd; Myrnong, Sjd. Memr D~~,LY- and COurkiY, LIrrTls, report os the 16th November: At our wool sale to-day we offered a cata logue of 3,900 bales, composed moatly of wools of medium and lower qualities, wltb a few good clips f...

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BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

BARK. MElrss. YoUoaUaSaaND and CoxrA.T (LIMITED), report on the 17th November: Largesupplies are on offer, and ready prchase are found for fint-clas long bark; ground bark not being inquired for. Ground, superior, £9 to £10 10s; do. Port land, to £1015.; Victorian bundled, supe rior black wattle, £7 10s to £8; do. do. medium to good, £4 to £5 10s; chopped, superior, £7 to £8 10s; do., ordinary, £5 to £6 per toe.

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

u:: u Ai. Auy Teav 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 maniac, 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 AeaMlt and itrengt Note should be tiken of the tirst signs of disease. A simple headache is an infallible sign that the liver and stomach are dis ordered frequent tootache and neu ragia indicate infallibly that the nervou system is becoming enervated ; that tired feling is proof positive that strength is failing. -There re hundreds of ...

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YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

A- TURDAY, NOVEMsa 5. TleauMal smnthly eneting of the Council wanieldoaSaturday. Prmesent: Cr. Scale (Preident), M'Cormick,. Webster, Condon, Carver, Richards, and Quilan. (Coatiasied from lut issec.) DRINKING IiOUNTAIN. Cr. Webster moved, "That water be onatey from opposite Dunn's to the State " Bad and all as it was, they were going to wash the cans at the creameries with it The water at the State School was as bad that the children had to bring water with them to drink. It was an absolute teceuity that the children should have it. Cr. Condon, who seconded the motion, msid: Have two-one at the school, and one In the street near the Post-oice. Cr. Webster The drinking fountain would only be a small thing-a pipe and a pannikin. The President would probably erect a good one at the Library at his own cast. The motion was then passed, with the ad dition of the following words:-" Further, that a drinking fountain be placed at Post offce." The Engineer was authorised to tall for tenders....

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

TO BUILDERS. TPENDERS invited, up to 12 Noon a I SAaTAr, the 28th NOVEMEra, for a new PARSONAGE for the Incumbent of Sa. Luke's Church. Plans and Specications to be see at my Residence, Ye. A deposit of per cnat to aeccompany each Tender. The lowest or any Tender not ne?emslly accepted. J. LEWIS, Carpenter, Yes. TENDERS. TENDERS wanted up to TUE0DAT. the I 4th Inst.L, for FENCING at WOOD BURN, about *mils; poet and 6 wires. Specifications can be seee at Commercial Hotel, Yes. Tender to be addrmmd to J. J. ROBINSON, Commercial Hotel, Yea. nasines loUses. TOSH AND COSGROVE, Psacraca. COACHBUILDERS, WHEELWRIGHTS, AsN GENERAL BLACKSMITHS, Hmon-seur, Ya. BUGGIES Built to Order, or Old Ones Smade Nearly Equal to New. Painting done on the Shortest Notice, Special Arrangements having been made for Regular Visits of a First-cla CoachPainter. sr HORSES CAREFULLY SHOD. 'Es TO BUILDERS AND OTHERS. D. J. WIGHTMAN & CO., NORTH-EASTERN SAW-MILLS, ARE PREPARED TO TAKE ORDERS FoR SAWN TIMBER...

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YEA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M., and Mr. T. S. Scale, J.P.) OCCUPATION OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

TlA OL0Q @@VIST TvESDAY, NovamE h7. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M., and Mr.?..TS. Scale, J.P.) OCCUPATION OF CROWN LANDS. Seninrconstable Alexander chnrged A'e. - ander Hlume with being in unauthnrised o. enpition of Crown lands, in the parish of Killingworth, on the 23rd of October, 1891. Mr. (raham stated that Mr. King. who had been retained by defendant, was unabhlt - - to he present. an he tt.ere'd.. ..k.t loer postponement Compl.inant statel that defendant huet 20 acres of land fenced in for the last ters years, and had several times been cautioneld to leave it. Mr. Keogh statel that the Court conell! not take Mr. King's convenience into con sideration, but an the prosecution wouhld l put to no inconvenienee, the case would lbe adjourned for a week. A FENWI.NG DIOPE?.L Michael Toohey v. Thomtas K. O'Them. Neglecting and refusing to agree as to the construction and kini of fence to be erettedl on the boundary line between plaintiff's and defendant's land. A cross action was entered ...

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

.:. ! "triaaSs Nt?n. " YEA` TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. R. H, Oates 3 BG s oibfo the ?heInabltots.ut Yea rI 8tirr;Ainding Disfttlets tlirt 114 {AS RE.Oy1D 1 h :.- sblia : " h m :ir.?dtlNExT T2 AsR CoeakS\C a.) " Moba us'ttrnent of pring T'weaeds Just to anLd. WýjuCe1aisarp--AS Fait G1rAs.t'N.tv. I.)IODERArE PRICES. The .Yeta Butchery. iS toinfoirmn the Resldents of Yen and ite t.tiat hei has Jus Erected a Newa Btchry in .High-stetr hear Shire ?IaU :ana trusts, by surrPPLYNG A GCOD .ATrICle AT L REASONABLE PeICE, to omeutt a Pair share at public patronage. Th 'Shop is Now Open. ;MALL GOODS A SPECIALITY? The Yea' Bakery, -tahhablshel.l39iS.] . a: , M'KAY, Net;r- t?gq ,THrANKS for the lherbl SUIPPOT?T 'eteded to.nhim. fo, the last 26 vyers, wishes: a' mtinuance of Same. -, Fai.:'Onir f ,r 3 , astrr Wed-lng: tidli'arilday 'C-ake: s delicred to any , part of T?Y andneiguboru. lw i TWA F t Sale.t r SSbouri? Prices. - cr .. c rtl , Srhtreet, l1aTA., Unrobiii Bakery; . - SI H1 'TREET, YEA. -:....

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CR. M'CORMICK AND THE WATER SUPPLY COMMITTEE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

CR. M'CORMICK AND THE VWATER SUPPLY COMMITIEE. TO THl EDITOR OF TiK CHE?NIaCL. Ssm,-In your last inuo a paragraph ap peared, stating that "Owing to the apathy shown by the Water Supply Committee, Cr. M'Cormick considered it his duty to with draw his motion re the formation ofa Water Trust for the Township of Yea." In a few words, I will show on whose side the apathy lies. The Committee held four meetings, and at the last one it was decided to obtain the signatures of the township property holders to a petition. requesting the Yea Shire Council to form a Trust. In only three instances did the canvassers receive a refusal, and then the dog-in-the-manger policy actuated those who refused. This petition was presented to the Council, and then the work of the Committee ceased, as the Csnncil alone can form the Trust. All the information required by the Council re the amount of property affectedl by the rate is given on each plan submitted by the respective Engineers. If Cr. M'Cormick will...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

TaE Ladies' Committee of St. Luke's Church are so well satisfied with the success of their efforts no the Prince of Wales' Birthday that, at their meeting on Monday last, they decided to hold a tea meeting and social evening on New Year's Day. The event to be celebrated will be the laying of the first block of the new Parsonage. Tar Annual Show of the Kilmore A. and P. Society takes place on Thursday next. The Governor will be there, and all old Kilmore residents from far and near-in cluding the large contingent in this district- are expected to put so an appearance. The entries close on Saturday next, and it is to be hoped some of our settlers will enter the lists and take away a few prizes. As there will be excursion fares from Yea, Alexandra, Mansfield, the Lower Golburn, Melbourne, and Sandhurst, Kilmour is likely to have a verylarge gatheringwithi its boherders. Mr. Charles J. Oshorn, the Secretary, is work. ing with all his might to make the Show the greatest success of any ye...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

Marriage: WILLIAMSON-WILLIAMSON.-       On the 29th October, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. D. Milne, of Yea, William, youngest son of James Williamson, Whanregarwen, to Mary Ann, second eldest daughter of Thomas William- son, of Sunny View, Homewood, near Yea.

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THE EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 November 1891

THE EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION THERE was very little interest taken in the extraordinary election. The probability of the division of the Shire into Ridings, anti the fact of shearing operations being in full swing throughout the district, kept a great many people away from the polling booths.. Out of about 1,100 votes on the roll, less than 300 were recorded for both candidates. During the first half of the day only 26 persons voted at Yea, but in the afternoon "the Muddy Creek contingent," as it is generally called, came down in force, and no doubt placed their local man at the head of the poll. The election throughout has been conducted on the principle of good fellowship and fair play, and Mr. Anderson has no need to be ashamed of his defeat by the small number of 18. He polled 17 more votes than his opponent at Flowerdale, where he is best known, and where his pro perty is situated, but at Yea, where his friends confidently predicted he would have the lead. Mr. Underwood headed him...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 November 1891

COM EPOLCAL. ?MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. ilessrs W. .M'ILwICK adl Co. report: CEESL --l'rime matured, Gd to 7: ; one special lot, higher; good prime, new, 4d to 5ýd per lh ; i:ferior lower. l'Irreo.-l'otted: Large scpply and brisk demand. Prime new weekly, 7d to 7td; medium and good. ,31 to ~idL Fresh : (lood supply; best dairies, 71 to Sd. a few farorite brands, higher ; good ordinary, id to 6ad ; inferior lower. Ec.cs.--9d to 10d per dozen. C.snsARE PoRl--On Friday:Smallsupply, market firm. Prime light, 4,1 to T.d; prime heavy, 3d to 4d; inferior, 2d to 3d; vaolers, 3}1 to 31.L PocLMTRY.--Ste~ady for prime birds.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 November 1891

For Sale. FOR SALE. E. SMITH AND CO. have For Sale, *within 12 miles of Yea, a FARM of 640 Acres, fenced, divided, House and Orchard. E. SMITH & CO., Yea. SEWING MACHINE. FOR SALE.-A Singer Sewing Machine, on Table with Foot Treadle. In good Working Order. Price £'2. Apply YEA CtnRONICL Offic. nuctionsa. ABBOTT AND WILSON, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AND GENERAL AUCTIONEERS, 411 HorlnKE-sntEcr, MEltuRnNts. Country Properties always on hand for Sale and To Let. Clearing Out Sales Conducted. f~ Weekly Sale Days. ?1 AT NEWMARKET: EVERY TUESDY=-SIIEEP. EVERY WEDNESD.Y--FAT & STORE CATTLe AT CORPORATION YARDS (Elizabeth.atreet North): EvERY TIIHsDAY, 10A.x.-Pics& CALVES EvERY FRIDAY, 10.30 A.M.--DAItY AND OTHIER CATTLE. Dates of Monthly Sales. Tca--Finsr FD"uDY in Each Month. Next sale, 3rd DeCE.lEn.K 3to4Lad1od..-T'l'lnTntsin ?lEach Month Next Sale, 15th lEcacerEn. ,Woodatock--Evrty FovT I Mosn.tA. Neat Sal.e, 30th N?s?emlu:n. Anctions. YEA.-. THURSDAY, DECEMI R 3....

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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 November 1891

MELBOURNE- CATTLE MARKET. FAT SnfEEr.-24,000 yarled. A fair pro portion consisted of goal to prime qualities. The demand was brisk at fully last week's rates. Quotations for shorn sheep: Prime and cross?red wethers, from 10s to 11 6Gd; prime and crossbred ewes, from 7s 6d to 9o; prime merino wethers, 9s to 10s 71d, ac cording to weight and quality ; good mnerino wreters, 7s lid to Ss id ; milddliug do. do., 6s to 7s; best drafts of merino ewes, from 5s to 6s, a few to 6s 6i. ; others, from 4s.

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THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 November 1891

THE WOOL MARKET. - THE New ZrV.lr,t Lo.L ?N , lIE MIcaT TU.E ACrE.'r C? rl.s-?-, LIMITED, report on the 19th November:- We catalogued 8,700 hales wool for our sale to-day, of which about S,000 bales were sold at finn prices, competition being very spirited. This was the largest sale held this seas,-. We sold 2,100 bales of Mahonga clip, ~E0 bales ranging from 10d to 10?d1; pieces realised Sd1, and lambs' to 9iL We also sold Kirndeen, 10.d: first lambs', 121; second lambs', 10;; Gibson's Bnrrumbottock, 101d: first lambs', lld: Albert uclknall's Wsoonsskooblaya, H0~d; Coombargana, lambs', 10yd; Gell's Burron gong, 10ld for fleece and first lambs' ; Ker rin's Avondale, Arcadia, 10ýd; (Gaie's Elgin, 101l; Kerr, Milawa, crossbred, 10d; Rid. deli's Walbuldrie, 9d, lambs' 10;d: Mango plah, 9 el; Serpentine, 9d1; Wooloondool, 9.1; Eurack, comeback, ld ; Hawksview, 91; Auburn Plains, 9d ; Kanumbra, cross bred, S?tl; lHogan's, crossbred, to 9d;: Ref fernan's Marydale, conmeback, to 911; Faith...

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Goods and Parcols at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 November 1891

Gods adA ParCeols at thob Tca Pal way Station Tile following is a list of the goods andl parcels awaiting delivery at the Yea Rail* way Station on Wednesday monling : GOODS Hood, (onlan, l;ktt, Davey, Grantham, Walton, Duncan 31Leish, Smith, Stellner. Lieut. Cordon, I). and D. M'Leish, Mrs. J.?a:.e To'h and Cosgrore, Knight, Walton, John Drysdale, A. M'Phersen, Scale.

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BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 November 1891

BARK. [ESSRS. YOUC.urSnI.D and COMPA.t LIITED, report on the 24th November: land, to £10 15s; Victorian bundlcd, su?pe rior black wattle, £7 l to £8; do., medium to goodl, £4 to £5 1s; chopped, superior, £7 to £S Os ; do., ordinary, £5 to £6 per too.

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Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 November 1891

;mpartnro anb aa v at bails. 11Ao.o close and arrive at the Yea Post Ulltoe at the nndermentieoed honrs: * ]1SE AT YEA 'FOR- alM SM Drelboxrx... .: .,:~.:: 8i·:. tl TaUaroek... DoogrtmheL.. 2s19oteserth 11 Tarok 1 AZesrlra Alexonlra.. ...-·.··~ 11 81' alonriadindf. 1 1y Ueioizrda'e ý ..: 't12 lO Hlolde'o ... 12 10 ° ?lurinye:...~ ..; j 110 F RECEIVED AT YEA 75C A ..M. r O 3a'laork .1130 9.30 lelhorne:.'. - 11 9 30 ' 1coogalook. ... 1. 11 30 - lawlas~saorith fishr * . 6. Y-arck- ...-· I:; :~.l.L" . Alerandra.... .._._ . 8 `30 6 ýJ1urrindissdi - .. 1 30 r1oienalerss - ° .I . I 30 PL eish a ... . I 1O 1lmlraeo's o . 130 Deelioa. ...cr . i 130 Bolden's .. 1 30 Murphy's ... . ... I 1 30

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Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 November 1891

S' Rovisod Railway Rates. Nsi' rates for merchandise, wool, produee, lird stock, &., ars' published as a supple. meot to thu Gove0nmue Garafte of the 27th ' Augustlb . r The rates per bale for wool, not exceedhigi 4cwt., is 2s. up to 45 miles.' From 45 up to 60 miles, 4d. per bale: for eveir5 miles or part of 5 miles; and from 60 up to 100 miles, 3L. per bale for 5 miles, or part of 5 miles .the'lateri rates to be cumulative on the former charge. C?ttle or pigs will be conveyed at iOd. per truck per mile, up to 101 miles; 3L. per mile to be added from 101 upto p 150 miles. If over 150 miles, 7d. per truck per mile will be charged for the whole journey. The minimmu 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, filly, or entire, under 2 years, 6d. per mile ; entires, 2 years and over, Is. per mile ; two entires, 2 years and over, belonging to dif'erent owners, if carried in o...

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