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THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

THE WOOL MARKET. Tue NEW ZALAUND LoAN AND MJIEatC. TILE AsExcY C~MPANY, LIMITED, report on the 26th November: We catalogued 7,200 bales wool for our sale today, but owing to a dispute between the associated buyers and the selling Wool brokers' Association not being settled, we, in growers' interests, postponed the sale, as full competition, in our opinion, would not have been forthcoming. All Mlelbourne wool sales are suspended, pending settlement of the dispute. !MELBorxnE, Dec. I. We offered the 7,200 hbales wool catalogued for last Thnrsday this afternoon (Tuesday, lot December). Competition was brisk and the bulk of the catalogue was cleared. For medium and inferior wools, however, bidding was somewhat irregular and these descrip tions must, if anything,, be quoted a shade easier. Greasy fleece sold up to 133d, and greasy lambs', to 14~dl; these prices were paid for Eurambeen Eastclip from the Wes. tern district of Victoria. We sold Bcgg's Enurmbeen East fleece, to 131d, superio...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

BARK. MIsrrSR. YO?oClts ?ANlD and COMPANY IJIrrID, report on the Ist December: Many large parcels are on offer, and the best land, to £10 15s; Victorian bundled, supe. rior black wattle, £7 10s to £8; do., medium to good, £4 to £3 10: chopped, superior, £7to £8 10s; do., ordinary, £5 to £6 per ton.

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WHO IS THAT YEA MAN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

WHO IS THAT YEA AHANI. To TiR? EDoiTR or t- n CI?? .O? ? Sm,-t aend you a copy of the Melbourne DaJil, TdegrAph of the 21st October, as. it has evidently escaped you notice. Under the heading "Pith of Parliament" ;you will find an extract that ought to interest you.' --I am, &c., SUBSCRIBER. Melbourne, Nov. 30, 1801. The following is the extract to wbich our correspondent has drawn attention, in the Telegraph's summary of Mr.. Bent's long speech on the second reading of the Local Government Bill:-" Someboly at Yea has written to Mr. Bent imploring him not to let Section 13 of the Bill pass, because this would furnish opportunitles to newspaper men, who publish municipal advertisements, to get into the council. "These newspaper men would sit alongside of you, and then go and write a leading article about you." In these words, Mr. Bent declarre, does his Yea correspondent express his dread of that dark future in which these terrible "news. paper lmen" are to figure within and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

Church Servics. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, YEA. T HE Rev. C. H. BARNES will conduct Divine Service at the above Church on Sunday morning and evening next; also at Ghin Ghin in the afternoon. Holy Communion at morning service. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. T HE Rev. D. MILNE will conduct Divine Service (D.V.) in the above Church next Sabbath at Yea, morning at 11 o'clock, and in the evening at 7.10. In the afternoon at Homewood, at 3 o'clock. Teonors. Board of Advice, No. 284, Yea. T ENDERS will be received by the un 1 dersignaed, up to SATURDAY, the 5th DEcanB.n, 1S91, for FITTING UP A URINAL, and other Works, at the Yea State School Particulars on application. E. S. PURCELL, Correspondent. SHIRE OF YEA. TENDERS. TIENDERS, addressed to the President, will be received until 12 Noon on SATmrBE Y, the 5th DrcE.mnra, 1891, for the following Works: Contract 9/92 (Fresh Tenders).-Pitch. ing Scour at Homewood. Contract 19/02.-Cuttings and Formin tion, &c., Limestone Creek Road. Contract 20/92....

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topies invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] SITE FOR ST. LUKE'S PARSONAGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

=SERS 'O T : ED ITO ---.-4-- . (1'W do not hold orsnelves responsible for correspondents' opinions;, Pisc;ssion on public topics invited, bid' personalities cannot be perritted.] SITE FOR ST. LUKE$ -PAtSONAO.G O THE EDITO OF o H* ela.oseet. : Snm,-In last week's Issne f your pper there appeared a commuhication- egAned ' Parishioner," referring to the, site of St. Luke Parna Pareonag - Parishioner" 'In sinuates that the Guardians have acted in a very arbitrary manner tow?ards the Rev. C. H. Barnes (a gentlemat. ,in 'Ivey way worthy of consideration and esteem) la not deferring to his wishes in thisnatter. Now allow ame to state that at the last meeting o the Vestry of St. ILuske Church, before the plans for the new parsonage' were adopted, the question of nite was discussed, and .Mr, Barnes was of opinion that the. old sit% would he asuitableone on amoentof the con veniences of paddock and garden. The un kind and uagenerous .allusions made by "Parishioner" to tim Rev. A.. R. Stack ho...

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Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

DoputuI CA Arrivul of Kila. YIArs el .nud arrive at the Yea Post SOloe at ate uadermcutiooed boare: Cmos At TEA ?UIt- A.M. P.M. Jlelbcarne.. . 8 6 Talkrouok . ... . 8 Dooeluok ...6 luleawoeth . 11 - : ` Y rck .. ... 11 - .Yank II -, A lczandra 11 8 Maunidin[ 12 F!owerdk 121 Ic M:ledah~s II I I Dý1 L wo ta'i' -12 10ý 9 l-Juww.a I I n Hiolden's 12 10J Warphp 12.. 10I ucelva XT T"Apr- AI. P. "TalarooL, At .11~111910 DldbII. 930 eMokaewuetb . . .. - 6 Ulabur ... . ....- 6 Yanck ...6 Alexamlh.. .... ..8 30 6 -Murrlndkdl ! 130 YFlnwerdda , .o 130 ?d'LeIsh'a. . .9 7E 1 30 Underwoed's ... g « 1 30 8dden'a ... j 130 30nrphy' ... 130

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Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

hw rates for merclanlise, wool, produce, live stock,' &c., are published" a a spple. ment'to thei Oaermunes Ga.4Ue of the 27th The rates per bale for wool, not eiceedirig 4cwt., is 2s. up to 45 miles.: hFroni.45.up'ito GO miles, 4d. per beale foir every 5 miles or part of 5 inles; .aid frodim 60 up to 100 miles, 3:i. per bale for 5 miles, or part of 5 miles the latter rates to b-cculiuilative on thl former charge.; . -.. Cattle or pigs will-be conveyed at 9d. per truck per mile,:;upi to 1]Ol:niles; 3d. per mile to be added from 101 up to 150 miles. If over 150 miles, 7:. per truck per thilinbill be charged for the .wholeojourney. The minimoum 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, tilly, or entire, under 2 years, 6d. per mile ; enttres, 2 years and over, Is. per mile ; two entires, 2 years and over, belonging to different owners, if carried in one loose-box, ad. pe...

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Railway Time Table. CORRECTED TO DATE. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

Sm f--TR Tabiec. ., -,conerEcD,ATO A . ALEXANMRA ROAD TO'rI-?LDoUiRN'0. ;' Mid Mixd let. 2niL A.M. P.M. 81) 0. AlexandraRoad de 0 5 0 5 01 Cathkin ':.? • 1720 j 256 0 8 0 '. Mol7o;rth ' 50.353f 1,21'0: tChiot6d ' 57. 7 50'? 1 2, 4 1.7 Yealh, .. a{rr.8 10 6 15 30 2' 0 ' .i' : 8.25.6,30 ... HIomiewod ':: `?.. 8 45 645 '3'10 2 7 Kerrisdale'.:' . 9 3 7 1 4 103 3 Tmrivool . 5': ' ::' 0'20 7i15 510 3 11 -?jo4* Jfri#- 95007. 7'0 `4 ` 04 Mell~orn arr? 1150 0843 10 l311' 0 ,:' MELBOURNE TO ALERXANDA ROAD. .Single Faro A.M. P.M, s. D. i. D. Melbonro a diep 7 40 "5 22 ;Taallrro r: "9? a, o'tS ,4' 5 Trawol ,' "r 10: 84010 0 ý eri+sd ah. + 11 15 8 ? 11 3'7 Homowood: 11 33 .1012 3 8 3 rr. 11055 25013:3 9 0 S......ii .ep' .ol .Charoio t .- .19 .4913 0'. ,3 Blham''.. 1" 4 3 9 i Molesorth ' 12 i45110 1515 ;310- 3 Cathkid . .. 12 55 10 o25 15i 6l1013 'Alexa?'dri R .. 1'2510"45.16 3'11 0 :;'Stopsa when required to pick up or act down passengor.:. .' i .';Change trwa at Talltrook. : :,', Tsc o MANSPiLD...

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Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

Goods aad Parls at the Teos ail way Station. TiHE folTeowing fa a ifot of the goods' and' parcels awaiting delirery at the Yea Rail way Station on Wednesday morning:-. Capt. M'Leish, Geo? MPKenzue; Leeo&CG , Waddell, Cohilan, Lang, P. Smith, Walton, Tea-tree G.M. Co., Duncan M'Leishl, Stelluer. PARCELS. Goss, Lee Gowr W. F. Johnson; Logan, Gilbert, B. Oates, O'Connor, Underwood, Creed, Toll, Callan, Collins, A. M'Pherson, Murphy. Tno New Zealand Loan' and Mercantile Agency Co.., Limited, in a late report, added the following "Advice to Constituents": Vendors would do well to keep their Hides clean, to trim and salt properly, and to store in a dry place before forwarding: also to brand and pack with care, and to fully in struct by letter as to numbers, weights, &c. Furred Skins in particular frequently come forward insecurely fastened ; and in the case of Kangarooand Wallaby Skins the offal that is left on greatly militates against siecessful realisation. These remark...

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MOLESWORTH NOTES. THE CREAMERY AT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

\ Lo3zSoZR SOTS. TII CREAMERY AT WORTK, (FnosM OtR ow~ on RRESrOvD~IT:I As next Saturday will be councilday,Itrust, some of your councillors will earn ulnying fame by introducing your suggestion of painting the handl rilinga of the su alb Iidges aisiculverts with luminous painti, :bh out lay, I'm sure, will be trifling nompnred with the a?tvantages gained. flerea sa.chanceu now for Mr. D. Underwood to sepport a suggstion umanating fromn MlolLsorth, in return for support giv en him on the occasion of last election. One good lturii 'ilnays deserves another. Mr. O'Brien, ourstatil-mlnaster,' who is a general favorite, has at last got away ono his aell-earned vacation, after numereus .lisap. pointments. He has been relieved 'y Mr. Cdlis, a capable and-painstaking otficial, whose stay here, I hope, will be as pleasanto as it will be short, On Saturday night last a special train following the evening train down broke the record by running through two pairs of gates-the final pair at Moles...

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The Government Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

Thrs Government Oatt& TnO following are the only notifications in the last two issues of the Gazette in reference to this district: TEANS FEO RE&ISTEEDo Charles James and John Caulfild (execu tors), 150a. 2r. 20p., Kobyboyn, to John W. Evans, and 168a. Sr. 5p., to Francis E. Evans.' William O'Brien, 60o. and 269a. 2r. 2ip., Chin Ghin, to John I. Hunter. John F. Dunn, 121n. 2r. 3p., Cathkin, to Peter Dunn.

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A PROSPECTOR'S MISTAKE. HOW HE LOST £200. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

A OmSPECTCO'S 3XBTALU HOW HE LOST £900. Tihbardships of a prospebtor were brouogif under the notice of the Minister for Min?s on the 25th ult. by Mr. Hunt, M.L.A. It appears that Mr. EI. G. Wilson, of Cathkin, in the Yea district, became entitled, some time since, to a grant of £200 from the prospecting vote, but owing to some technicalities he leet his right to the money. Mr. Hunt showed the Minister twolumps of gold weighing 10o. 15dwts., which had been obtained from- a crushing of 91 tons of quartz from Mr. Wilson's lease, and Mr. U(ttrim expressed a wish to aid so energetic a prospector, and would endeavor to recom pense him for his loss as far as possible from the lapsed votes for prospecting.-lleald.

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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Mea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1891. THE MAINTENANCE OF OUR ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

WITH WIICII I ISNCORPORATED PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY: DECEMBER 3, 1891. TUE 3AINTENLNEZ 07 0U AT the October meeting of the Yea Shire Council an important matter was brought under the notice of members by Mr. LIso roRD, the Engineer, who went on to say: "' I consider it to be my duty to bring before your notice the urgent necessity which exists for providing in some proper and systematic manner for the repair and maintenance of the roads in this Shire. Works are constructed and then allowed to go to ruin for the want of a little attention now and then, at certain periods of the year. The local labor which I am forced to engage for small repairs, &c., is anything but efficient, and money is wasted by the em ployment of the same. This is a matter on which 1 feel strongly, and I trust you will give it your consideration." Unfortunately, it has not received the consideration which it so well deserves. It is a most important matter, and it is to be hoped the whole Counc...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

To Corspondsents. LrrrEns to the Editor must be sent to our office by Monday in each week: otherwise we cannot guarantee that they will appear till the following week.

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

NEWS ANDI NOTES. - - Ore OwNS CORRFSPOSDENTS will oblige by sending in their communications as early as possible. A MEETISca will be hedM to-morrow night. I at the Caledonian Hotel to make arrange ments and draw up a progranmme for the New Year's Day Sports. Tui machinery now works smoothly at the Yea Creamery, and Mr. Grant, the manager, is separating about300 gallons per day. E. S. PURCErL and Co. are just opening a lovely lot of ladies' trimmed hats, in all the newest shapes.-fAvADt.] IT is stated that Mp O'Callnghano of Molesworth, intends erdcting a hotel at Cathkin. to provide for the wants of the travelling public. TE annual Licensillg Court.will be lheld in Yea on Tuesday, 15th inst. All hotel keepers will have to send their licenses to the Clerk of the Court for renenwal, or make application through their solicitor on the day the Court sits. But in every case the license will need to be produced in Court. A CRICKET 3MATeC between the 'Yarck and Yea clubs will be played at Y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

Kelbovag a csn maam ta. Business anuI Professional . .a-, biteetory. CAFE Alit RESTAURANTS. COFFE PALACE. Smith-street, Fitzroy, Stinzrpabsed for'Cleanliness and Comfort Tras 'fr'm station pas door. Special attention Country Visitors. Every in. forsatlno supplied. lkths, l.lUiards, Smoking and Rending Roans. Terms exceedingly Moderate. W'x. SI1ELLEY, Manager. ORAFF AND GRAIN MERCA.NTrs, AND Cox??ssioN AsNTrs. E. C.,ROBERTSON & CO., 56 Spencer. street. Account sales and cha?ues rendered tendered. MERRY & CO., 533 Flinders Lane west. Advances nmade onallkiud of farmproduce. DAIRY AND FARM PRODUCE MERCUANTS, I - A 'D DAIRv COMMIssIoN AGEic rs. -HOLDERSON & NEILSON, 48.3 Flinders . Iane.. Tial solicitedL Bestpricoobtained for all dairy produce. .WOOD &.CO., 33 Kingstreet. Established 1870. All kinds of dairy produce sold on commslon. SAw MAKERS AND IMoPRTERs. BLAKELEY, W. H., 115 Lousdale-street. Sole Agent for H. Disston Son's cele brated Saws. Send your...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

YEA. IHURSDAY, DEcEMBE '"3.ý AT THE' ROYAL MAIL' HOTIIL 8MTrit !iD CO:;. hTe VeFeveed in structions i. n.i . .M..i . .DA i .i Sell by Anction'isTTaSvriAy, 3rd DeceiB eaR, at 2 o'clock at the Koyal b lD 'Rtotel Yea?, •Furniture, Buggy Horses, &c., Consisting of : Double BRelsteads and Bedding : Children's Cot and Bedding Tables a fe i: . . Chest Drawers Washatands and Ware ... Dressing Tables . Looking-glasses Oil Paintings, Mats, &c. 2 iBuggj;Mares (Dolly and Dutchy) 2 Cows in full profit and Calves, used to Common . _, A; Let roL Sundrlies, to Ntmird : to particularise. !Z'v.. hola ',',f, : ,'" ",• 5 . z.. Poiutive Bla, is5XLr Davayha.Sold ! : I . EA. FRIDAY; DECEMBER '4. King: Parrot Creek Land. '5 pEARSON. ROWE, SMITH, ANi CO. . (in conjunction with & DODGSHIUN) have received instructions from Mr. WrrL LIAM RicIanans to Sell by Auction" at the Commercial Hotel, Yea, on arrial of 'tle Melbourne train, at 1 p.m. on FruDAY, 4th Dzerasotr., About 980 Acres of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

-?uaslnUa 1otls. Tosh and Cosgrove, Patamca . COACHiWILDERS, WREELWRIGRTS. OENRRAL BULA KSMITIHS, I: IIo-sTute-r. YE. JUOGIES IBuilt to (Order, or Old Ones D a ' dte Nearly Equal to New. : Painting scite on the Shortest Notice, Speial Ada-enemnns Itaving been nude for .egular Visits of a First-lam Coach Painter. iu- HORSES CAREFULLY SHOD. B LOOK! LOOK" LOOK i!! J. Oates, BOOT AND SNOEMAKER, W ILL COJMMIiNCE IlUSINESS un ifnar, Ocr ,tztu 19, in the Shop ltely aocpied ly M1lr. DI?rtsuAL, hoping to 8otu1XT a Faso Sunue or Pcemn gjno mThVIOS or ERiRt DESCRIP TIoN MADE TO ORDER. rtEPAKOa NGATne A.1D Pt'rOTLY l IuECUeO. J. OATES, BOOT AMt SHOILMAKER. YEA TAILORING s-TABLISIIMliNT. H. Oates SEGS to lform thee Ilkabitants do Yea and durroundieg Districts that he HAS REMOVED Eon-sIrma?n (NEXT Tbea aNs COsGovaE's.) A Good Assortment of Spring Tweeds Just to Hand. Wonsc.arsaxe aos Fr GuaaaTneeD . MIODERATE PRICES. The Yea Butchery. J. QUINLAN BEGS to inform the Residents of Yen and District th...

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THE KILMORE A AND P. SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

TEE ZLMORE A. AML P. 0SHOW. TnI1Elt Was a large attenlauce at the Kil more Show, and the entries were more Still there were complaints trme many old exol,itols that many of the piz es went to men who mnake a regular profesoi,,n of tsavel ling all roualn the colonia with their horoes, cattle. sheep, and pigs. "I offered to bet the prize-taker £10." remarked al old sheep farmer, "that I w.eld blet him in 12 months, if he turned his sheep out on gnass like mine. But what chanee have ordinary br~eders against these sheep thatare housed and stall fed ?" None whatever. So the result was, that some of the best local mnar did not exihlit at all. The contet for hlarters was a most exciting one: a splelldid-lookhlg chest nut of Mr. A. M'l)qogall's (son of the veteran Victorianmattle-br?eeaer) wasawarded theprize;- Mr. Fitzlmtrick second, and M3r. Hudson third. Mr. D. Ryan's Quintin Mat sep took first prize ff20) for tllorough-breds ; Mr; Fitzpatrick's Paddy the Boy second.. Mr. P. Maher won t...

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WATER SUPPLY FOR YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891

WATERISUPPLY FOR YEA. A n~sv.Tro, convenedl by requisition of rate payers, was held in the Shire Hall on Tues day night . There were about 40 persons present. Mr. Purcell moved that Mr. Scale, Presi dent of the Shire, take the chair. ' The Rev. Mr. Milnle secouded the motion' Mr. Steuart moved'that Mr. Purcell take the chair. a' Mr. Scale seconded, saying he thought it better Mr. Purcell should preside, as the meeting kad emanated from the townspeople, and heonly came there to hear what they had to say. Mr. Purcell, in taking the.chair, said he had been more in the milk than the water line lately. lie did not really know what they hadi to do. At a former meeting a committee was appointed, and they procured certain information. Cr.BMl'Cormick took the matter in hand, and then dropped it for some reason or other. liHe was afraid tle wrong man had taken itup. Cr. M'Cormick was a good nian for his own district, and particularly for his own part of it, lint so far as the town was concern...

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