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AN UNSCRUPULOUS FOE [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 December 1891

AN U1SOB.UVULOUS "PE CREEPS upon us unawares like an assas sinin 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 acnsng hl mus, u-amrw -? ?-._. s day and seedy condition the net, 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 symptoms 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, CLEMExrTS Toxic should be taken to strengthen the digestion, purify and ...

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SILOS AND ENSILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 December 1891

SILOS AIND ENSILAGE. (Br ylS. J. L Tuoursoe, LATE MANacEt DootI0 EXPE?TIENTAL FARI, AND sow Panc`rAL. or RTE N.S.W. Aces cULUr.BL COLLEGE.) THE Silo system cannot be said to be of recent origin, for we read of the ancient Romans preserving fruits, grain, and forage in a green state in subterranean vaults. The Mexicans also have practised the same pro. cess for centuries, and still preserve a large bulk of their fodder in this way. The attention of the English speaking world was first drawn to this subject by the translation (by a Mr. Brown, an American) of a work written by a Mr. Augustin Coffart, a dis. tigouished member of the Central Agri cultural Society of France. This work was published in New York in 1S79, when the subject was quickly taken up by the American people, who have since done much to popularize the system, and there are now in that country thousands of silos. In ISS2, a conference was held at Nenw York of several hundred farmers who met to com pare their various ex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 December 1891

XlshonuAdmvertisoments. Business and Professional Directory. CAPE AND RESTAuRANTs. COFFEE PALACE. Smith-street, Fitzroy, unsurpassecd for Cleanliness and Comfort. Trams from -station pass door. SpeciaL attention Counitry Visitors. Ever?r in formation supplied. Baths. Bilhliards, Smoking and Recading lRooms. Terms exceedingly'Moderto. W-. Ssu~vEY, Manager. CHAFF AND GRitIN MnERCHANTS, AND COMMISSION AGENTS. E. C. ROBERTSON & CO., 56 Spencer street Account sales and cheques rendered rendered. MIERRY & CO., 533 Flinders Lane west. Advances madeonallkindsoffarmproduce. DAIRY AND FAx? PRODUCE MERCHANTS, AND DAIRY COMMISSION AGENTS. HOLDERSON & NEILSON, 483 Flinders Lane. Trialsolicited. Best price obtained for all dairy produce. WOOD & CO., 33 King-street. Established 1870. All kinds of dairy produce sold on commimsion. SAW MAKERS AND IMPORTERS. BLAKELEY, W. H., 115 Loondale-street. Sole Agent for H. Disston Son's cele brated S?aws. Send your old circular ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 December 1891

books written up and balhmced, and the anual statement ready for audit, as re '`AUDITORS' REPORT...i Shquirred by te Hallt, wY found everythinga; undone, te Cash Book not even added up,1 nor any attempt made even to? balance the Tsh, much lPess submit a balance-sheet, anb Gin the then state of the books it would haveof S been totally impossible to have done so state of affairccounts to your Shiecre ftary, andthe yaskingr q that a proper statement of the accounts endingshould be submiteptember, 1891,we were ainformed that he had prepared the books for audit to the The 360th Section of the Local Govern- I best Atof his abilitys; that The hadCouncil halways cause the accounts of the .Municipality to be balanced to the 30thwork o demanded of hiSeptember, and the Council shall, by the Municipal Clerk, w produne bd lay before the Auditors; and that he was counts on balanced as aforesaid, with all whollyuchers incapable of ameither balancing tc. Th 3o2n ks or preparing t ie annual blaCn sa...

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SHIRE OF YEA. Annual Statement of Receipts and Expenditure for the Financial Year Ending September 30, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 December 1891

- YI ,,E X REEIPT. Caetke ., .,. EXPENDITURE 88ng .. ... r -, .. . i l . : . T l.' . ..r.s. .ra..n ' ' ) " .. . . . .. . . -O... , ;_4 .1 A.Th Bradly I uO . .. '+' i t 1,18*. ., . .... + * : ' .i -. -. [ . cEol', 7r 1'!. 7 :, .. , I ' "Ia" I, *' " . ' V ,C -> . I A k) I " AnalStatement of Receipts and te ort naia .Yea Ending September; Heniu io'h FixAcncFine . :r 00489. . . r .. . . t Aosar, 1887-8o r 's ....S ? ?' . i* 0 ;,8 0 ?; , -: , ?O ?-. , 'I 5,; yi n rnd e . . r n.. 15r3 1 ea, oa n . .Iun7-8o L radle y ..c 'nc ' -3 9 ie2 ... . 3 No. S , C. J. S Crawfrd a :18t,.i3 . - C 13 0 L h, I tret ( Sar ad ..C. . 6 .-' n'1. eps4 0;;..... R fu 1:, 3 3 or Lem Rates on A .. 4 lys hand : r . C talt ... . . . ...: *. . 10" ' no. 668, William Wo nods e*'17 c Inctor of uisasa is e , C• ta . ".... ; . . . . 20 - 19 021 Cste ive n Cort ae .. . . e i.. . Elecgtion Ezal s ... .. :. .. .. '' ' ' 6 12 ' 0 Ei.change . .... - ..- I r..St Ir ..* dr R,,T l , . S ar4 ,, ,:0 9 ' , - B I-o Ttr . .' 0 13...

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The Yea Chronicle. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1891. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 December 1891

TI UJISDA Y. DECEMBER 17. 1531. 1NEWS AND NOTES. ?, Hmnan I ThcNi.S.W. newi Prtoteticmnist Ministry going to impose £1 li?r head on Queensland cattle. If \ictoria follows suit --nod the Age is now in favor of it--our graziers may be able to earn something like a bare subsistence. This should be the front test question at the General Election. Two services are announced for Christmas Day at St. Luke's Church-morning at- 10 o'clock, and evening at 7.45 p.m. The services are so arranged that the arrival of the trains will not interfere with them. The offertories are for that excellent local charity, the Kilmore Hospital. Tue Yea Cricketers journey to Traawool on Saturday, when they will do battle against that club there. The Yea teani are re quested to be at the Railwmay Station punctually at S a.m. on the day mentioned, and any members who, may be unable to do the trip should leave their names with the Secretary. Tou: Lynch Family Bellringers-theo best travelling entertainers, without...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 December 1891

' Easiness Notices. TRADE ' MARK In Half Chests ...... 401bs each In Tins : . .. O. 10lbs nett. In Tins ...... ... 20lbs. nett. ... . .. . .. 51bs.. And a Special Line in 31b. Tins, " ROB ROY BLEND." All the above have our Trade Mark on each Package; .. ? 'acfiefs: "PYRAMIDS BLEND." "INVINCIBLE BLEND:' "TIGER BLEND." "UNION BLEND." "OUR CEYLON BLEND."_2 "OUR' INDIAN' BLEND." '"-KAISOW BUD BLEND.", In One Pound and Half-Pound Packets. The Unrivalled Blends are Guaranteed to contain only PURE TEAS Specially Selected from the Choice Growths of CHINA, INDIA & CEYLON, For Delicacy and Fragrance of Flavor, combined with Great Strength, and are confidently recommended to the Public as the Best Values in Teas obtainable. Blended and Packed by JAMES SERVICE & CO., AMrElouenz Local Agents - - E. S. PURCELL & CO. Xma Groceries Xmas. Toys CIIRIST3MAS AND NEW YEAR CARDS. -...... Perry & Petch, General -Merchants and Storekeepers, Yea. Sole Agents for the Genuine M...

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MOLESWORTH NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 December 1891

MOLESWORPTH NOTES. S(rost our. owfr nREsronro.?sET.) Otto main raad to your 'township is ls. iinning to yield to the combined eleets of eilemelts andl tllliicon it, ehowing but too plainly-at Contan's Pinch--the elects of the recent heavy rains. Now is the time it could'be put into thorough repair at a siall expense-before it gets any 'worseo-lTbnt until the Coaneil adrl ts som8 ~sytenl if Fi: ,d m:intenance, suche repair"sand works are moneoy wasted. ?'Tis with satisfactioa we learn that the road leading from Dropmore, Range is about to be let, and .;vhen com plted, it will be the means of' directing a lot oatfiinithrondTlsMisdnblinaiditid I ean Molesworth-to Yes. Who knows ,The.. farmers tli?re'miay'send their milk to our creamery too. Mr. J.' O'Callaghin' has omnpleted all "?.: arrangements for the erection of 'his new premises, continguous to the Cathkin Rail way-station. The building is now in the hands of the architect tnd contractors, who:? contemplate making a start at an ea...

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YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 December 1891

T .E SBZIRE COUNTZL. SATURDAY, DEcIBnmER 5. From James Williamson, Whanregarwen, I drawing attention to two small culverts on the main road near his gate, one of which was impassable, and the other required re pair.-Engineer to attend to it. From M. Capewell, Flowerdale, calling attention to a very boggy and impassable place on the main Yea and Whittlesea road, at the corner of Mr. J. M'Clelland's paddock. The cost of repairing it would not exceed £3 or £4.-Dealt with in the Engineer's report. From W. Collins, Flowerdale, statingthat he had a very valuable horse crippled on the bridge across the Roggy Creek, Glenburn, on the 24th of November, while carryingthe Flowerdale-Marrindindi mails. He claimed £15 for the loss of the horse, as he would have to either buy or rent another animal to replace him.-No action. From Gowen R. Nash, Woodburn, stating that he had only received £40 out of account for £87 2s. 5d. sent in some months ago, and asking for payment of the balance, £37 2s. 5d.,...

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YEA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M., and Mr. J. M'Cormick, J.P.) CLAIM FOR WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 December 1891

TEA POLOICE 00UT. TUESDAY, Dccat? ? 22. (Before bMr. J. Keogh, P.M., and Mr. J. I'Cormick, J.P.) CLAIM FOR WAGES. George Gibsoi Rlamsden v. J. N. Walton.-Claim, £5 Is. 11d., balance of wages alleged to be doe. Mr. Graham for plaintiff; Mr. Jackson for defendant. The case was adjourned at the last sitting of the Court, to allow Mr. Crockett, the de fendant's late manager, to appear. Plaintiff stated that he was engaged by Mr. Crockett to press, weigh, and brand the wool at Is. 3d. per bale and found, witness to employ a man to assist him. Received £5 14s., but could not come to terms for the balance with Mr. Smith, the present manager. Had to pay his man, and both of them had to be there, whether the shearers were at work or not. Mr. Jackson wanted to put in a contra account for rations supplied, but Mr. Graham objected, and the bench upheld the objection, as proper notice of the contra account should have been given. To AMr. Jackson: Got Is. 3d. per bale and found last year, and Is....

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KING PARROT CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 December 1891

SIAN. PORBRT CR3EEZ (FROeM OUR OWS ??IRW-lONDENT.) TiF. contractor has at last started the creamery, and I believe will have the lmild ing ready before the machinery is on the ground. The cricket match, Broadfnrl t: Spring Valley, played on the Flowerdale ground. proved a very one-sided allair. Broadford having it all their own way, altlomgh they had a very weak team, for Iroadlord. Spring Valley, by very feeble efforts, pot together 22, whilo Broadford made 50. Sydlenhat , who made 27, played a good inningo. The ball to be held on Monday night promises to ben very grand turn out, several young ladies having very generously offered to provide the edibles. We expect to see some visitors from your town, and one and all will be cordially welcomed.

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ROYAL LIQUEUR WHISKY. The Best Imported. INSIST ON GETTING IT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 December 1891

ROYJ.L LtQrUBU WHISa. The Best Imported. INSIST ON (;ETTING IT. \IV.IO01'ADITI 1fl.XI!:d;9, equal to the hest metropiolitaln letterpress, exceutcd with dle patch a t the CuW oICL. Ojbec."

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 December 1891

MELBOURNE CATLE MARKET. FAT SnEer.-The supply was unusually small for a Christmas market, only 29,000 being yarded, which, owing to the trade having supplies on hand, proved ample for requirements. Chice prime lots of merinoes were in good reqluest at about late rates. Prime crossbreds were sparingly represented, but for such no material alteration in prices can bequoted. For the great bulk, which rangedfrom middling to good usefulqualities, the demand was depressed and weaker, and prices realised ruled still lower than last week's rates. Quotations:- Prime cross bredt wethers, from 10s to lis; extra prime and heavy weights, to 13s; prime crossbred ewes, from t s Gd to Ss Gd: prime merino wethers, from Us to 10s; extra prime and heavy do. do., from lOs to Ils; good merino wethers, from 7s Gd to Ss Gd: middling do. do., from 6s; prime drafts of merino ewes, from Sa td to Gs Gd; a few extra to is; others, from 4s. FAT lmire-17,000 were penned. A few choice prime Christmas lambs realis...

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THE GENERAL ELECTION. MEETING AT SEYMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 December 1891

TUE GENEZ AL ELECTION. MEETING AT SEYMOUR. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) A nARcE and enthusiastic meeting of repre sentative gentlemen from the different parts of the Anglesey Electorate was held on Monday at the Royal Hotel, Seymour. Mr. M. K. M'Kenzie, of Reedy Creek, was voted to the chair, and explained the objects of the meeting, which were to select a dual vote candidate to oppose Mr. Hunt at the ensuing election. The opinion rwas expressed by those present that, in their respective districts a dual vote candidate would obtain the sup port of a large majority of the electors, and that in the event of the Hon. James Campbell allowing himnself to be nominated, his return might be regarded as a foregone conclusion. A requisition was then pre pared and submitted to the meeting asking that gentleman to contest the seat, and this was signed by 40 persons. It may be mentioned that 70 per cent. of these either voted for Mr. IHunt at the last election, or failed to record their votes. A larg...

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THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 December 1891

THE WOOL MARKET. THeIE NEw ZAL\ND LOAS AND MERCAN TILE AoEsnCY COMPrA.r, LIIToED, report on the 19th Decenmber: We offered 3,700 bales wool at our sale to-day, and cleared the bulk of the catalogue at late rates. Our sales by auction and private treaty during the week amount to 7,500 bales. To-day we sold Toolang, 11d, lambs', 10ld : Ioehare, lid, lambs', 10d4; Morgiana, 101d, lambs', 1014; Decameron, lid; WTH over A, 11id; Glecngleeson, lambs', 10Fd; Cantwell, Ballan, 9d; Good ing, Giffard West, 9d; (Goombargana, se cond combing. Sd, lurooks Bros., 9d ; Bid denham, 74d to Sd, broken, 71d, lambs' Sid; Carter's Glenisla, Sd; Naradhan, lambs', 9d; Toms Lake, 7d ; Tarcombe, 7d ; Waters, Merton, SiLd We shall hold our next sale early in the New Year. Messrs D.u,?CEr and COMPAsT, LIrITED, report on the 21st December: We held our tenth wool sale to-day before the full muster of buyers, and submitted a catalogue of 4,500 bales. We have again to report a very successful sale, the competitio...

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The Yea Chronicle. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY ,DECEMBER 24,1891. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 December 1891

C.3F .,ta othronidr. PUBLISIHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAiY, DECE.VBER 24, 1891. NETrs AD NOTES. IN aceordarce with timen-honored custom, we have agin to wish our readers "A MIERRY CuIueIMAS AND HAPPY IEW YEAR," trusting that she oldyear will close pleasantly for all of us, and that the coming New Year may be briglter and pleasanter than any of those which lhve preceeded it. Is our first age will be found "Christmas Gifts, and HeFe to Make Them;" "A Joke and a Jingle.as a Greeting;" and a short thrilling storyl, " Dead Out to Sea," by the celebrated American humorist who writes under the nom de plume of "M. Quod," whose quaint, humorous writings are now as muobh appreciated as those of his country man, ".Mark Twain." _Itmay .bo notedl that "MI. Quod'" genius is many-sided, as our readers csn see hy Iis vivid tale, " Dead out to Sea" That bronzed captain's picture is powerfully drawn. TnE Chrirtmas holidays will be pretty generally oberved in Yea. Stores and other place& of bus...

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BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 December 1891

BARK. MESSES. YOU.tcGIUSANDn and COMPANY IaxrMuD, report on the_22nd December: Long bundled bark still commands most attention ; bagged samples almost neglected. Ground, superior, £9 to £10 10s ; do. Port land, to £10 15s; Victorian bundled, supe. rior black wattle, £7 10s to £S ; do., medium to good, £4 to £5 10s ; chopped, superior, £7 to £8 ls ; do., ordinary, £5 to £9 per ton.

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Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 December 1891

Doip rotar alI Arrival of Xai .' Mansl close and'arive at the Yea Post OJlffe at the undertnentionert hours: CLO AT TPA 0o4- A.M msu. Mfelbourne... ... S r:6 T:iiarsuk .. . . 11oslsok ... 0 Dlolesmortls11 - (tobur 11' - I arek ... " ... 11 ! - j Alexandra. ·. 11 S 1llrrindlindi I2 01' Plowenlal 13 31 ·eish'rr s31. 10 S Mebon 11 10}" i 10 i:HCEIlaD AT TEA FP.03 - A.3L P.X. lSonhnlook i " 13 GGibi :: :6· Alexandra..:0 6 Moarriudindi O x 30 Flswrerdal ' ' axe R M'Let :;0 Uzde ~'so- 1 .1V Itorlitds 1 1310 Mrphy's - ' (130

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 December 1891

Qoods ad Paxcols at tho Toa sail way Station TIE following is a list of the goods and parcels awaiting delivery at the Yea Rail way Station on Wednesday afternoon: GOODS Boyd, J. WV. Johnston, Grimmett Bros., Airey, D. M'Leish, Bett. PAECElS. Ferguson, M. Cahill, Sandilands, Oliver, - er, Gri , Henderson, Devlin, M'Kay, Charter, Thom, M'Leish (Glenmore), Lang. Lost and 7MoA. LOST. y OUNG TURKEY (hen bird). Finder please return to CHaoNCLEr Office. Reward. Speoial Advertisemcats. How to Make Money. FURNISH YOUR HOUSE SAT S ,Ess3rOs PUIr8E And you will Save from 25 to 50 per cent. FURNITURE SOLD FOR CASH OR ON EASY TER1IS. ctions. YEA. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31. IMPORTANT SALE OF BUILDING MATERIALS. E. SMITH ND CO. have received in. structions from the V-EST?U of ST. Lec?'s Cucncr, YEA, to Sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, on the grounds, The Whole of the Materials in the Old Parsonage, EXCEriTING KITCHEN. Purchasers to remove same before 9th JAsv.iRY, 1892. The Building Comprises: A Large Quantity...

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YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. ADJOURNED MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 December 1891

TEa SEIBE 00YNCoI... ADJOURNED MEETING. SAe'lrjoedontd meeting of the Council tenS hield on Saturday, the 12]th inst. Present: Crs. Scale (President), M'Cormick, Under wood, Webster, Condon, Perguson, Carver, Richards, and Quinlan. . COnLESPOni,?ECE. From the Collector of Statistics, asking that statistics for the Shire should be forwarded not later than the Ist of J*anuary.-Cr. Condon said it could not be 'lone now. It would take at least three Sweeks to do it. From the Puslic Works Department, stating that, subject to the approval of Parliament, and conditionally on the Coradl voting a similar amount, £300 would be placed on the estimates for the Yea Shire for the repair of flood slamages.-Cr. M'Cormiek said £100 was evoted in conjunction with the Broadford Council. It was decided to send a letter to Mr. Hunt, M.LA., thanking himl for his action, Cr. M'Cormick remarking, " So we .got a little by our deputation on that occasion." From the Lands Department, asking that any new roadl...

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