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AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891
.&OTION SaLES. E. SMnTH AnD Co.-On ThursdayrDec. 3, at the Royal Mail Hotel, Yea, at 2 p.m. : Furniture, buggy horses, &c., the property of Mr. Chas. Davey, who has disposed of his business, so that all the lots will'be'posi tively sold. " . J. H. TEAGUr AND C.--On Friday, Dec. 4, at the Shire Yards, at 12. 0 sharp:.'O50 head of cattle, 2,000 sheep in lines to suit purchasers, fat cattle,. and horses.: Other' entries solicited. Buyers of hormes will attend from Melbourne, so that sales can be depended on. AsBorr A.sD TLSOR.---On Friday, Dec. 4, at 1 p.m.: Fat bullocks and cows, 3 and 4 year-old bullocks, springers and milkers, fat and store sheep, &c. Other entries will be received up to time of sle. PEARSON, Rowe, SMe II, AND Co. (in con junction with S. Dodsnes).--On Friday, Dec. 4, at the Comme cial Hqtel, Yea, at 1 p.m.: Nearly 1,000 ares of' goad land at King Parrot Creek, th' property of Mr. W. Richards. An~orr A.N Wnso --On Friday, Dec. 11, at Broadfor...
FIFTY POUNDS FOR A GUESS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891
An 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 how many Pills the bottle contains. We agree to divide £50 (fifty pounds) in prizes for the nearest guesses as to the number of pills contained in the bottle as follows: One present of £25 for the nearest guess. " " " £10 for the next nearest guess " " " £5 for the next nearest guess " " " £4 for the next nearest guess " " " £3 for the next nearest guess " " " £2 for the next nearest guess " " " £1 for the next nearest guess Conditions:— We make no charge 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 leaving our laboratory after this date. In case two or more persons guess the correct n...
CRICKET. CALEDONIAN HOTEL BOARDERS V.Y.C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 December 1891
CALEDONIAN HOTEL BOARDERS V. S ,.,c.c.c A eCler suidil betweet eoar ers of oie Caledonian :Hotel,.And .a Tý,representative .eleven of the Yea Cricket Clubtouk place on thE Rfctat fsog\ orea e n i :atnalay last. Asonsidernloabl lzteret ?as taken in the contest, the-attendnece was large, the conditions of the match being thatthe losers prnvide the winning team with a bat and haell valel at £1 lt?I Barrett captained the Boarders aed.Wileon tho'Y.C.C, The latter having won the tosn, took the wickets, and put togtther 42 rian' Wilson 9 and d'Asey 7, being top scorers;' Barrett and Carr dividing the .bowling honors, the former getting six wickets' fot 23, and the latter three for 160 The Boarders then went to the wickets and responded with 3), Doody playing a dashing innings for 141 (not ont), and Coelan7, heading the list; Wild and Robinson securing five wickets each at' a cost of 14 and 17 enns respectively. The Y.C.C. in their second innings scored 72 be. fore the last wicket fell, Wil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 December 1891
Government Avertisemaants. FORAGE. I BENDERS will be received until Eleven o'clock a m. on FamDAr, Snr JAxvARY next, for the SUPPLY OF FORAGE, in such quantities as may be required, for the Service of the Government at the undermen tioned and other stations, from the Ist March, 1892, to the 28th February, 1803. Full details are published In the current lssues of the Goerrement Gauette, and copies of the Advettisement may be obtained on application eAthe stations concerned. Printed forms of tender and conditions of contract may be obtained' from the Secre try, Tender Board, Tredey. Melbourne, or from the officer in charge at any station, by whom also infurmatich or explanation will be afforded to ppe tendering. Tenders, which shouldl upon the printed form, will be received for ?ther Oats, Bran, Hay, or Straw (the partijlar kind of hay or straw offered to be statld); but if all be included in one tender It nay be accepted for one article only, if ad able. Tenders must be enclosc in an...
AN UNSCRUPULOUS FOE [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 December 1891
AN VNSUeV1UPLOU POE CREEPS upon us unawares likean assas sin in the dark and whose dangerous proximity we never suspect until it makes the last fatal clutch on some vital organ. We are always warned in ample time of the impendingdanger, but with criminal carelessness neglect these warnings: That tired feeling, those aching limbs, and that grand feeling one day and seedy condition the next, the sour taste on walking in a morning, and the frequent sick and splitting head. aches, all make theirileblt befor serious illness sets in. All or any of these symptnlus indicate the approach of disease, they are faithful signs that the liver and kidneys are not doing their duties, that the morbid and effete matter, instead of being 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 be had at once, CLEVENTrs Toxic should be taken to strengthen the digesti...
The Yea Sub-Treasury. ACCOUNTS FOR PAYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 December 1891
The To. 5ub.aary. ACO?NUTS FOR, PAYMET. J. M3Keuzie J. l'Cormick _ LFASES. r . DELLV?RY .. G. Drysdale J. Sorraghan A. R. Hnme J. Williamson R. Williams S. L. Robins W. Hicks T. M.F. lyen G. H. Evins" J. T. Gill H. Harness 1'. Nonnan A. 3laguiru J. H. Kummer R. Sharp LE.ASS PFO1r5XECtT1ON. 1. Coonan S. W. Moore M. A. M'Cormick C.E. M'Connick H. Barneu H. J. Ryan M. Magnire - W. F. Gill - iCECES FOI DELrVEOY. C. Dunning Ed. Morgan M. Coonau Jon. Corcoran H. Martin J. Doherty A. Minto - M. T. M'Cormick W. de M. Jeffrey Wim. Lawrence Peter Green W.. . Morgan W. Cunningham John Green (2) F. Peterson
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] SITE FOR ST. LUKE'S PARSONAGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 December 1891
LETTERS TO TEE EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsile for correspondents' opinions. Discussion ,m public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] SITE FOR ST. LUKE'S PARSONAGE. TO TIIE EDITO OF THE CIIMONICLE. SIR,-If " One of the Guardians" had read my letter with any care, he would have seen that the impression on my mind was that the question of the site of St. Luke's Parsonage was one still to he dealt with by the Board of Guardians, and that my inten tion was to prevent, if possible. by awaken ing discussion, the perpetuation for all time of the evils consequent on choosing an mt suitable site. Mr. Stackh,use's letter was calculated t.i lead the (luardians iniwhat ap peared to me a wrong directionu, and as that letter became public property when it ap pearel in your correslendence eolumn, "One of the Gu;ardians has no reason to complain because all do nlot, like himself, sec eye to eye .ith M ri. Staekhnuese, and canneot agree with that gentleman on the que...
Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 December 1891
Gooch and Parcels at tbo Tos 8ail WaY Station. M'Clusky, Quinlan. Waddell, Johnston, LeeGow, Tea-tree G.M. Co., Geo. M'Kcuie, Stellner. Perry and Fetch,. Withers, Ferguson, Leech. Collius, O'Conno, M'Liesh (Murrin dindi), Grantham Robinson, Murphy.
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 December 1891
C02DERCIAOL. MIELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. Messes. 1V. MI'h.wetcK and Co. report: CEESE. - Prime matunred, 64 to 7d; one special lot, Sd; good prime, new, 4d to 51? per 11 ; inferior lower. r'ErrEa.--'ottedl: Large supply forward, and the market was a shade easier. Prime new weekly, G(ld to 7d ; medium and good, Sid to 6.1; inferior lower. Fresh: lest dairies, 7d to Sd; a few favorite brands higher; good ordinary, 6d to id; inferior lower. Ec]s.-lS to Sid per dozen. CABese Poa.--Frid.ay: Moderate con dition only, and prices easier. PoILmTR.-Large supply; market very dull. Turkeys, 4s to Ils 3d, aceording to sex and size : geese, 4s 6. to 5s ,3; ducs, a 9dto 4· ; fowls, 2s 3d to 3s 6d.
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 December 1891
EWS ,S yNOTES. WE are compelled to hold over King Parrot Creek and Up the Mountain notes. A CRICKET MATCHn will be played on Satur day between North lroadford and Yea on the latter's pitch. Is summer dress materials, E. S. Purcell and Co. are well to the front, and are now showing soane very special lines.-[ADvr.] Os Saturday, the President (Cr. Scale) stated that the subsidy of '£300 had been given to the Yea Shire out of the amount set apart by the Government for floodl damages. NEXT WEKK we shall publish a special supplement on Ensilage. There will be a limited space for advertisers, who should apply not later than 10 o'clock on Monday morning. SEVERAL tenders have been sent in for St. Luke's Parsonnae. They vary considerably, from about £2S0 to £500. The Vestry is in communication with the lowest tenderer, and if his references are satisfactory, his tender will probably be accepted. ALL ratepayers who want to see the Shire prosperous should make a point of paying their rates thi...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 December 1891
MELBOURNE CATTLE .MARKET. FAT SucEr.-24,000 yarded. The market was moderately supplied with good to prime qualities. The demand was finner through. out. Best merino wethers were in brisk request at prices fully 6d. per head higher, while for heavy crossbreds, which were fairly represented, no material atteeation in values was noticeabi?. For the Imct, whict consis ted of middling descriptions, sales were more readily effected. and in some instances last week's fall in prices was fully recovered. Prime crossbred wether, from 10s. to 10s. 6d.; prime merino wethers, from ts. to 10s. Od., according to weight and quality; good merino wethers, from 7s. Gld to 8s. GL.; middling, from Gs.; best drafts merino ewes, from 5s Gd. to 6 Gd.; others, from 4s. Fir Lans.-The supply was not equal to thatot last week, 9000 having been penned. Good trade lots were sparingly represented, and for such the demand was brisk at fully Gd. per head higher, while for second and inferior sorts the demand contin...
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Mea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1891. WATER SUPPLY FOR THE TOWNSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 December 1891
WITII WHICH IS INCORPORATED j31c jectn aclmcrtp1j. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1S91. WATER SUPPLY FOR TIE TOWNSIP. TIE Shire Council decided on Saturday to try and ascertain the real feelings of the townspeople on the moch-dehated water supply question. Mr. P?lcEtt., who pre sented the resolution adopted at the public meeting held in the Shire Hall last week, was asked by Cr. CoGxos if the towns people were in favor of obtaining a supply from the railway tank during the present sununer, seeing that, if the larger scheme were carried out, there would be no chance of reticulating the town for a year or two. Mr. PURCEUL. replied that the feeling of the meeting was that it would not answer their requirements, and if carried out another tank would have to be put on top of the present one. Then, if a Water Trust were formed, and a larger scheme carried out, the Railway Department, afterbeingputto ad. ditional expense, might not take water from the Trust when it had a ...
THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 December 1891
THE WOOL MARKET. THa NEw ZeALAND LOA. AND SERCsA TILE AGECYc COMPANY, LIMrrED, report on the 3rd December: We catalogud ,5,650 bales wool for our sale to-day. There was a full attendance of buyers, and competition was good.L For wool suitable for America, the market is without change, but medium and inferior descriptions rule slightly in lavor of buyers, in sympathy with the London sale. We sold crossbred as follows:--Rurns, Lougwoal, 941; F. Chenery, Mansfield, 9d; Grifliths, Mlang lore, 9d. Messrs. DAnei"r and CourANr, LIMrrED, report on the 7th December: At our wool sale to-day we submitted a good representative catalogue of 4,600 bales to a crowded attendance of the trade. The market presented no new feature of im portance. Go?o to superior wools continue to attract most competition and realise very satisfactory prices, especially if suitable for America. Medium and inferior wools ap. pear to have now touched bottom and prices were steady at last week's level, and cross. brdts o...
NEW YEAR'S DAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 December 1891
NiW YZ.A3'8 "D.T 5?O T$. A mtt:ETISO of thosi i fior of getting up sports on New Year's Day was held on Tuesday night at the Caledonian Hotel There was a good attendance, and Mr. S. Dessour was voted to the Chair. Last New Year's Day programme was adopted, but nearly £10 was added to the prize money, and two or three otherevents were included. Altogether, about £20 will he given away. It was decided to write to Mr. Doody, so as to secure the services of the Yea Briass Band doring the day, and if the funds permitted, to engage the Band. The following officers were appointed :--President, Mr. E. S. Pur cell; Vice Presidents, Messrs. C. Anderson, P. W. Conlas, and F. F. Sludilands; Starters, Messrs. J. D. Webster, jun., and C. J. Wild; Judges, Captain M'Leish and Mr. Dan. lt'Leish, jun. (horses). Messrs. E. M'Cristal, W. Petch, and W. Wilson (foot); Hon. Sees., Messrs. N. Pettigrew and Alick M'Kay; Committee, Messrs. Waddell, San ders, W\ilson, Calvin, Condon, E. 1M'Cristal, Wild, Dess...
BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 December 1891
RARK. rESSEs. YOUYNI[HUSI.,nD and CO,~rA.sy LUmrrED, report on the Sth December: Many Lrge parcels areon offer, andthe best descriptions are quickly placed. We quote: Ground, superior, £9 to £10 10s ; do. Port land, to £10 15; Victorian bundled,, supe. rior black wattle, £7 1Os to£S ; do., medium to good, £4 to £5 10s; chopped, superior, £7 to £8 10s; do., ordinaryc, £ to £G per ton.
THE LYNCH FAMILY BELLRINGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 December 1891
THE LTNGE FA3ILT BELL So many years have elapsed since the talented Lynch Family Bellriogers first made their adpearance in the colonies, that their name has now become quite a household word. Twenty-five years-for that is the period the company have been travelling is indeed a long time, and it speaks volumes for the merits of the entertainments that full and overflowing audiences still greet them everywhere. "Troupes may come and troops may go, but we go on for ever," may be hldeed truly said of the evergreen Lynch Family liellringers and Vocalists. It is therefore with great p!easure we announce the arrival of the advanle agents, Messrs. Smith and 31'il irr, who are naking the necessary arrangements for the liellringers' re-appearance here, at the Yea Shire Hall, to-mllorrow night. A new and attractive programme, in which the new membenlrs from Englandl, recently brought out by Mr. Geo. Lynch, will take a leading part, is promised, and a great treat may be confidently looked forw...
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 December 1891
Dag'zt xo asa Arrival of mails. Msiw close aid arrive at the Yea Post Vtec at the underurentioot'd hours: ('LSK AT YEA EOIS- A.M. [0.31. 1le~nc,, .... ... 8 6 Talutiok ... .... S 6 5Locr6hrol .., 6 l~lsesorth ... 11 - 1obor . 11 - Yarck 1 .lecandra: ... I I 8 3jorriinoi 12 10 == ioscroeral _ 1210 ,ý iilden's i I'10 0 tj urlrja1 ..' 1" Il ItcEllf l DAT M }bo 4.M rM 'Is~liaeook .. I1 90 l1o.1,osseoe.. ,. ., 11 91&3o oogdoloo . 11 30'0 2doleuoetuh Yarek . 6 tboloer Alexaa J... S , oInrriu indi t I130 Plooseodlale a j >, 11 'Seistn ni.s a w 1 30 Devlio.s 110 ioldn'e.,eI 1110 ?Unrphyss ... .. 'J1m
Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 December 1891
New rates for merchandise, wool, produceif; live stock, &c., are published as a suipple. mant to the Gorc.rumen?C ettCle of thef7tht - .August :. The rates per bale for wool, not exceedliig-, 4cwxt., is 2s. up to 45 miles. From 4j up Ia' 60 miles, 4d. per bale for every. 5:btilcsibric part of 5 miles; and from GO up to 100 milu'; aU ' 3d. per bale for.5.miles,.ur. itt. f..i miles-.-...l the latter rates to beI sitse c? t t-iiIr former charge. Cattle or pigs will be conveyed at PD per truck per mile, up 'to 10f miles; d. per mile to be added from 101 ip to 15t miles. If over 150 miles, 7L. per t'ruck' pci ile'will " be charged for the wholil.jiiriney. e:The minimum charge is 20s.:tith is terminal'; charge of 2e. per truck in' addition to the,!.,, above rates. Horses to be coneveed at the following rates t-Mare, gelding, filly, or entire; under-:' .2 yders, 6d. per mile ; eutire: '2 years and over, Is. per mile; two entires, 2 years anml - over, belong igto ditcrcnt owners, if...
YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 December 1891
TEA BSEIE OOUNOIZ. b SATURDAY, DECEnBER 5. Titc usual monthly meeting of the Council o was held on Saturday. Present: Crs. Scale (President), M'Cormnick, Welbster, Condou, ' Carver, Richards, Ferguson. and Underwood. P A VISITOR. Mr. Boyd, a member of the South Mel- a bourne Council, and also of the Metropolitan t Board of Works, was introduced by Cre. t Webster and AM'Cormick, and occupied a seat next the President during a portion of the sitting. A NEW BANK FOR YE. CL The President said a requisition had been e handed to him, asking the Directors of the Commercial liank to erect a new building, v and lhe thought it would be a good idea if the Council headed the list. Cr. Webster: We might tell them we are going to improve our Shire Hall, which is more like a barn nows than anything else. The President then read the following requisition: "To the Directors of the Commercial Bank, Yea. "Gentlemen,-\\We. the undersigned resi dents of Yea and district, respectfully beg to bring under ...