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Railway Time Table CORRECTED TO DATE ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 November 1891

?atilway Timo Tablo, S nRReicrrD To A TIA . ALEXADILRA ROAD TO MELeouSRK. Single Fare Mxii Mixd 1st. 2nd. . : : lAM. t.P.M. S.. D, S.D. iAlexandraloaddep 6 50 5 10 -' - Cathkin 7 . 201 52350 8 0 5 Molesworth .. 730 5 35 1 '20 0 Balham ...... ..: ' 11013"3 Cheviot ... ...[7 66 6 1 2 4 1 7 Yea - arr.r 8 10 61 3' 0 2 0 " ". dep. 82350 -8 -3 Homewcood.. 8.4516453 10 2"7 Kerrisdale ,.. .:.19 3 7. 1 4 10 3 3 Trawool ... ... 2 7 15 510 311' Sarr. 05 730 7 .0 4':0 Tallatookt , a. 'Rp. "Eap.. .. I_ . {:dep. 10 20.8-3 - Melbourne?. arrt11 56,943 1681101" Me oEii eei; TO ALEXAzBnaD ROA .'ingle Fate Pass. Pass.' lot. 2nd0li A.3!. P.n. S. Ds. D. Mellhaorne. :dep. 7 40 5 22 - Tallarookt ý . 9 5 0 3 6 3 3i s 825 - Trawool . ... 10 55 8 410 0 70 Kernridal,.. ...11 15 85111 3' 6' Homewood . .. 11 33 9 1 12 3 8 3 ar 11 55 0 2513 -3 0 Tea '. .. P.at. dep. 12 59 r' Cheviot ...11 9413 09 3 Balham .. .... 14 3 9 6 Molesworth .. 12 4510 1515 310 3 Cathkin ... ... 12 55 10 251156 l10 3' Alexandra Road ... ...

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UP THE MOUNTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 November 1891

VP TIHi ýdUdTAN, feouo OUR OWN COOERRESPONUY.'T.) We: Rla al copious fall of rain, which con tinued for three hours, on Thursday. At Cheviot the water was level with the rails in- the station yard,. and the flat oppoaite was a roaring tsrrenst, carrying biglogs along,. one having a line 10ft. high, and sailing. ahlnmg like the mast of a large boat.. The culvert at Rose's Creek was blocked op with thewater 3ft. over the road,. and was quite inmpassable, anl at Limestone Creek the water was level- with the bridge. The water seems to be very obstinate along this raUl, and tries to go, the-wrong way-ibn fact, any way but over the crossiogs prepared for it, ani two out of three times it is successful, as if bent on defying the shire authorities. There is at present to be seen a rural Post of/ice opposite Newlry Park. One of the noble-looking red goun trees has been turned into a pilbr-box, by affixing to it small box. and the letters "P.O." without the " V.R.," which, however, we hope to...

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MOLESWORTH NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 November 1891

MOLESWORTH MOTES. (FROmS OUR OWN CORREtoSNDENT.) Oca farmers here are highly satisfied willth: theoprice to br given by tlie Yea Dairy' Company for their milk, viz,; 31d. per gallon. I must congratliate the Directors on their first step in the rilit direction to' ensure the venture being: a success. This satisfactory price will probablybe the means of inducing those farmers on the outside' limits to bring their milk to the creamery who might otherwise, for a less price, have' though it not worth their time to bother obout it. While on a visit to Spring: Creek, about nine miles from Molesworth,. where there are two private separators at- work Messrs. Peters' and Popple's-I learnt that the former is only offering 2.d. per gallor for the milk, with the result that a nutnber" of the farmers are keeping their milk in. preference to selling it at 2(d. Anti rightly' too; Surely these speculators ruin' their own interests by their parsimony and futile ,edeavors to umass a fortune at a bound...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 November 1891

To Cor spondeots. Llrr~iEs to the Editor must be sent to our office by \londay in each week ; otherwise

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CRICKET. ALEXANDRA V. YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 November 1891

\ .RIO. BT. ** : ALEXANDRA F.I YE. A crciF~R brAna was played at'Alexandra on Saturday last. the attendance being fair, and the weather. all that could be desired. Play did not, however, commence till about 2.30 p.m.-a iather late hour to begin a two innings match. Stillnian captaiied the home team, and Burns the visitors. The former won' the toss, and sent Yea to the wickets, but they only made a feeble stand against the bowling of Barnard and Whitelaw, which seemed to puzzle the Yeaites, as not one of their batsmen reached double figures, amd their last wicket fell for the small score of 2S. Alexandra then took up the willow, responding with the respectable total of 50, Lade (not oul) 18, ltrnarm d 10, being thdir highest scorers. Maynard and Barrett were the successfil trundlers for the visitors. Yea, with 31 to the bad, again went'to the wickets, and were more fortunate than in their former innings, as thi'y totted up 70, lumns 27, Wild 13, Maynard (not out) 7, for the loss of s...

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MR. W. OLIVER'S NEW BRICK BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 November 1891

MR. W. OLIVER'S NEW BRICK   BUILDING. MR. T. CARRISON the architect and con-   tractor for Mr. WC Oliver's new.brick build; ing near the Yea Railway Station, is now   putting the finishing touches to it; The building, which has a frontage of 50ft. to Station-street, by a depth of 40 ft., is more commodious than appears at a casual glance: There are 15 rooms consisting of eight bed rooms, large dining room, commercial room, and bar, it being Mr. Oliver's' intention to apply some day for a license.-- Two of the bedrooms have fire-places, and one opens into a parlor, being suitable for family parties visiting Yen to enjoy our bracing climate and mountain breezes. All the   rooms are ventilated on the outside, with' ceiling vents to cause a current of fresh air throughout There are two halls. 5ft. wide; and a verandah the full width of the foot path in front of the building. There is very little ornamentation, the front being what is t...

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

ollboarno aMvortisomonts. Business and Professional Directory. CAFE AND RESTrAURANTS. COFFEE PALACE. Smith-atreet, Fitz. roy, unsurpLsed for Cletdiuess and Comfort. Trans from sattio p.sa door. Special attention Coun-try Visitors. Every information suppliol. li.ths, Billiards, Smoking and healing Roo?ms. Tenrms ex ceedingly Moderate. \\%. StELLEv, MIan ager. CHAFF AND GC.N MERtCIIANTS, A.tND Co?uISSION AeNTrs. E. C. ROBERTSON & CO., 56 Spencer. street. Acounut ali anod cheques rendered rendered. DMERRY & CO., Alt Flinders Lane west Advanceso mnleonallkindsoffarmnproduce. D)AIRYAND FAtuRM PIIODCE 3IERCHAN.rS AND DAIRY CO.1IIasION AGENTS. HOLDERSON & NEILSON, 4S5 Flinders ane. Trial solicited. Ilestpriceobtained for all dairy- produce. WOOD & CO., :11 Kin'-street. Established 1870. All kinds of hairy produce sold on commission. SAW lMAKERS AND INPORTERS. ILAKELEY, \V. H., 115 Loudlale-street Sole Agent fhr 1H. Disston Souna cle. brated aws. Send your ol...

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"BREAKERS AHEAD!" [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 November 1891

"BAXRER! AEAD 1 TuATc 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 henlth 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 becoming enervated ; that tired feeling is proof positive that strength is failing. There are h...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondent opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] MR. M'LEISH'S TITLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 November 1891

LETTFPi2 TO THý EDTOPO [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] MIR. M'LEISH.'S TITLE. TO TIE EDITOR OF TILE CIRONICLE. Srt,-In your last issue of the Ye. CIIRONICLE I notice that in passing Mr. Coane's account for surveys, Councillor Webster took exception to them, as ho objected to the Council ]iaying £.i to correct "MI'Lcish's title." As there has been a good deal said about this matter, loth in the Council Chamber and also outside, and an impression appears to be in certain minds that our title to Murrindindi Pro.e emptive is defective, and Iwe are endeavor ing to get the Shire Council to correct it for us, perhaps you will be kind enough to allow me space to explain what really is the case. \\e hold the original Crown grant for the land in question, which shows a road running along the bank of the Yea River, but none where the pretent road is. As a matter of fact, the Yea Shi...

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

Govcrnmcut Advcrtsecmcnts. Department of Public Works, Melbourne, 19th November, 1891. SEPARATE TENDERS will be received, subject to the conditions of tendering, for (1) REMOVAL TO NEW SITE, RE PAIRS, and PAINTING STATE SCHOOL, No. 1,.371, THORNTON; (2) REPAIRS, PAINTING, &c., PUBLIC OFFICES, AL EXANDRA, untilTwelve oclock on Tuers D?Y, 3rd DecriErvE, IS91. Particulars may be learnt at this Office, and at the Police Station, Alexandra. The amount of the preliminary deposit to accompany each Tender is £5, andl the amount of the deposit as cash security for the due performance of the Gmtrect, State School, No. 1,371, is 5 per cent. The h?ard of Land and Works will not necessarily accept the lowest or any Tender. . II. WHIIEELER, Conmmisioner of Public Works. APPLICATIONS FOIR GOLD MILNLNG LEASES. I N Pursuance of the Act of Parliament 54 Victoria No. 1,120, it is hereby Noti fied that after the expiration of one month from the date hereof it is intended to grant the leases und...

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ROADS AND BRIDGES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 November 1891

:CORDS AND 8&IDQES. AT the last meeting of the Yea Shire Council the following report was received from the Engineer, Mr. P. Lingford, C.E.: I beg to report having received plans, estimates, kc., of the road from Yarck to Dropmore, from the Alexandra Shire En. gineer. I have accompanied him over the proposed route, and am of opinion that although the gradient is stiff (1 in 10) it is the best to be obtained in the locality, and no other route would, as far as I can ascertain, suit the majority of our ratep:yers on this part of the range as well. I have also agreed with the estimated cost of the work. 'e the M.Iolesworth-Dropmore Road, I be lieve that Mr. M'Kinnon has completed the survey of the land required, and I hope to receive the necessary'transfers in a few days. As instrncted, I have made a survey of Tryahl's IIill on the Switzerlanddand Drop mtore-road, and find that about IS chains in length by width of about 1 chain of the most useful lurt of the surveyed road has ...

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

u ,a19ss Noticos. Tosh and Cosgrove, CACITIBUILDERS, WHEELWRIGHTS, SGENERAL BLACKSMITHS, Hiro-swEarr. YeT. .UJGGIES Ibilt to Order, or Old Ones .IJ made Nearly lEqual to New. Painting done on the Shorteet Notice, Special Arrangements having been made for Regular Visits of a First-elasu OGach Painter. as HORSES CAREFULLY SHOD. 'ma LOOK! LOOK!! LOOK!!! J. Oates, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, TILL COMMENCE BUSINE1nS n,, Me.Yvxs . O(,nvi- 19, in the Shop ltcIy ocapiedl by Mr. lvs.l.r.r, hlpiplg to Aer a Faix Szeri.J: oir li;,aL BOOTS i- n S.l.h. ,cVERY .. . .. TIUON MADE TO ORIER. RET.OESh'l N'r stst IAt;NxRLr Kis cUTED). J. OATE S, HOOT a.oi SHOEMAKER. YEA TAILORINO ES;TA?BLISHMI.:NT. H. Oates "B 1hS to iaform the inhabitants of Yea and.lSurrounding Districta that he HAS REMOVED lit' .Tallag Establishment TO Hmit-twrnrmer (NrrT Tos AN D Cose.RoE.'s.) A Good Assortment of Spring Tweeds Just to Hand. WoLa...OitU As.D FIT (CAnI.saT.D. MODERATE- DRIQAIB The Yea Biyjchery. J. QUINLAN B EGS to inform...

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YEA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M.) ILLEGAL OCCUPATION OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 November 1891

TEA POLXOE COVET. TUESDAY, NovEanIBls 24. .i (Befpre Mr. J. Keogh, P.IM.) thL?:CAL OCCuPrrTIOe OF CInWS nI).As <Seniorl-csntalble Alexander, Crown Lauds liliff, charged Alexabder Hume with being in nnatthl rised nccuj tion of Crown land at Killingworth. Mr. King for defendant. Cumplainant stated that on the7th of Sept tember he gave defendant notice to remove off 20 acres of land near the P'rovidrnce claim. Dtfendant replied, stating he was in communication with the Lands Department. As the fence w ns not removed on the 2Sth of that month, witness reported to the Laund Department, and got instructions to take proceedings In consequence of a ktter he received from defendant, he visited the ground on the 23rd of October, and found le lad taken the fence off one-half of the ground; hbut kept his fence on the other half. To Mr. King: 'Was not aware that the remainder of the land had been taken up under miner's rights. (Mr. King handet in seven miner'sright?. Complainant : Oh ...

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AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 November 1891

9SrCTION SALES. E. SMITH AND Co.--On Thursday, Dec. 3, at the Royal Mail Hotel, Yea, at 2 p.m.: Furniture, buggy horses, &c., the property of Mr. Chas. Davey, wh, has disposed of his business, so that all the lots will be posi tively sold. J. H. Ter.ue AN~D Co.-On Friday, Dec. 4, at the Shire Yards, at 12.~O sharp: 250 head of cattle, 2,000 sheep in lines to suit purchasers, fat cattle, and horses. Other entries solicited. IBnyers of horses will atteund from Melbourne, so that sales can be depended on. Anuorr AND .? ILsos.-On Friday, Dec 4, at 1 p.m.: Fat bullocks and cows, 3 and 4 year-old bullocks, springers nod milkers, fat and store sheep, &c. Other entries will be received up to timle of sale. P?:lsoN, Rowe, SuITr, AND Co. (in con junction with S. DoDssnls).-On Friday, Dec. 4, at the Commercial iHotel, Yea, at 1 p.m. : Nearly 1,000 acres of gool land at King Parrot Creek, the property of Mr. W. Richards.

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THE ARMIES OF EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 November 1891

TE ABMIES OF EVDUEBO Tut: peace effectives of the lansd forces, ae carding to the latest oflicial returns, are: Russia ... . ... 87,6 3& France ... ... ... 512,472 Germany ... ... . 491,840 Austria-fmungary.... 290,106 Italy ... ... ... 240915 England ... ... ... 22??558 Turkey ... ... ..' 1,2000 Spain . ... ... 3T?,40?( Holland ... .. 67;753 lielgium ... ... ... l)enmark... ... .'.42,900 Roumania ... ... .... 35,413 Sweden and Norway : . 33,020 Rulgaria ...... ... 32,3.6 Greece ... ... ... ~,.45 Portugal ... ... ... 2,361 Servia .... .. .. 13,213 The war effective for the five great con. tinental Powers amount to about twenty and a half millious: Germany .. .... 7,000,000 France ... ... ... 6,108.655 Italy ... ... ... 2,626,000 Eurepean REussik ... 2,600.000 Austria-Hungary ... 1,181,900 If we take the several armies of the first line-i.e., ready to take the field at the note of war-in order of numerical strength, we shall find: Russia first with ... 1,639,000 Germany secon...

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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1891. WEALTH PRODUCTION AND FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 November 1891

nWHT wtcirl s r~tlcRro?rnD CtL PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TIIURSDA ; SNOf EIMBER ?2, 1891. WE LT P7OD40CTION AND FB6MERS. "CAN any person by his or her own individual exertions possibly earls a whole million of dollars " is a ques tion which the western farmers of the United States of America have recently been seriously pondering. Thousands of them have come to the conclusion that it is impossible by honest toil to accumulate so much wealth. Yet not only are millionaires plentiful in that country but billionaires are not unknown, while at the same time the struggle for bare existence among working farmers as well as among the working classes generally is becoming keener and more and more unbearable. The workers have been in ferment and on the verge of revolt for a long time past. Now the farmers are being worked up to a similar pitch of discon tent. On comparing notes they fir.d they have to work harder and longer than ever before, and that while in the times past they have had rude...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 November 1891

THE Kilniore Sho takes place to-day, and a very large attend~sce is expected. Old Kilnorites should bd here. IT has bees decide to establish a butter and ice company at lansfield, and 1,000 of 3,000 £1 shares has been subscribed for. SIIsawcsa has finiahed at Azwarby, and the clip is a rably good one. Messrs. Ferguson and i' nzie have scoured all their wool this a n. A PUBLIC MEETf will be leld in Tues day night to c ider the water-supply question. Every epayer in the township should make a pot of being present. TEr.nERs for St. Luke's Parsonage close at noon on Saturday next. TExsIao are called for new police build- V ings at Kilmore. g Anor .20,000 sheep will be shorn at Glenburn this year by Messrs. M'Leish Bros. Shearing is now is full swing. P STIu Reo. John Good, of St Johu's, North n Essendlon, will preach at lboth services int Sun day next at St. Luke's Chureh.' Mr. Barnes prehelies at Moonee l'Cods and Isseoldon. IleILtIoc in YTa still pmrogss . Mr. J. Ilett, J.P., who purc...

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AN UNSCRUPULOUS FOE [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

.A6N UN. naw0rLOS , OE niEEPS upon us unawares like an assas sin in the dark and whose. dangerous proximity we never suspect until it ,makes tihe last fatal clutch on some vital organ. We are alhayswarned in ample time of the imlpendingdanger, but with criminal carelessness neglect these warnings: That tired feeling, those aching limb!s, and that grand feeling one d;y andi seedy condition the next, the sour.taste on waking in a morning, and the frequent sick and splitting head aches, all make their debut befor serious illness sets in. All or any of these symnptoms indicate the approach of lise;se, they are faithful signs that.the liver and kidneys are not doing their duties, that the morbid and effete matter, instead of l~ing eliminated from the .system, is being retained, and is posi tively poisoning and destroying the whole physical structure. Neglect in such ceses is criminal, recourse to ra tional treatment should he had at once, CLEMExTS TONIc should be taken .to strengthen the...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

CD0t3EERCIAZ,. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. Mesrs. W. M'ILwnlK mand Co. report: Cie?s. - l'rime matured, 1d to 7d ; one special lot, Sd ; good prime, new, 4dto 5d perlb; ilnferiorlower. BrrEK.--lotted: Large supply forward, easier. Prime new weekly, 6-d to 7d ; mediumandsood, 5~d to 6td: inferiorlower. Fresh : Best dlairies, 71 to Sd, a few favorite brands highier; good ordinary, Gd to 6d ; inferior lower. Facs.-Market slack, 9.1 to 91d per dozen. CA?cses P'oR.--On Friday: Owing to the hot weather, consigonments in bad ecn hition ; heavy weights, to 43d per lb. POuLTra.-Cood demand for prime birds.

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[CERTIFICATE.] 22/6/91. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

: : ' [CERTIFICATE.] 22/6/91. We lhave 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 arb in, the bottle. which is now secure in our safe until January 1, 1892. W. H. GonDARD Manager. E?easr LYoNs, Accountant. Commercial Bank, .Nowtown, Sydney. 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 liody who sends two penny'stamps and addressed envelope, and not otherwise. F. M. CLE3sF.s, Newtown, Sydney.

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