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UP THE MOUNTAIN. THE PARADISE FOR ARTISTS, SPORTSMEN, AND NATURALISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 December 1891

uP TIE UOVNTAIN. TIHE PARADISE FOR ARTISTS, SPORTSMEN, AND NATURALISTS, (FROM On OWN CruKir-;sPONDENT.) Tue weather on the Slnaotain has keen very changeable, ranging as high as Sltleg. and as low as 40deg. lint up here we rather pity you people down in the valley of the .Muddy, knowing how hot it must bhe with yon close, heavy air like a vaponr-bath, com pared with our pure ozone of the Mountain, which gives health and vigor to young and old Youn may depend, MIr. Editor, we mounntainecrs will boss you denizens of the flats in years to come, astheSardinianshlmve ho1sed the warm-blooded, lazy- going Neapolitans, and thie Chilians the effeteraces on the South American plains. Wait till we vsed a couple of members to the Yea Shire Council, and then you shall see what energy we will put into it. No thounsnd$ of pornds lying idle then, Mr. Charles Andersmen ca depend upon it. Our Engineer was seen along the Forest road recently. It is well that some atten tion is given to it, as there is...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEETING OF MR. HUNTS SUPPORTERS. SEYMOUR, Last Night. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 December 1891

IEISTING OF 31?I. UNT''1S SUP 1'ORTERIS. [Br ELECRI9 TrilEG rAH.] (FROM OER OW. u=RESPOsD.N'T.) Senrocrr, Last Night. A large and enthusiastic meeting was held here to-lay, to consider dlr. Th-nrns Hunt's position at the approaching election. The meeting pledgei itself unansinmousy to sup port him, antl 45 gentlemen joined the corn. miittee. Mlr. Brirlton occupied tir chair. The principal speakers were Messr Guil foyle, Tristan, DIre?w, and Woods.

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 December 1891

--XODbOTZ. 0 dv 01021on`3. Business and Professional Directory. CAFE .ND PRETAURANITS. COFFEE PALACE. Smith-street, Fitzroy. nnsurp?nel for Cleanolicse ndil Comfort. Trau.s from ptaltin pass door. Special atte~ition Countrly Visitors. Esvery i filrmatium suppli,. lkths, Billiards, Smoking aud henline I:o, m.l Terms exceedingly lModera.t. \\'. xtsu .K r, Manager. CHAFF AND CGIAI. 3IEtICIIANTS, AND COMMussioN A:ENTS. E. C. ROBERTISON & C(O., S4 Spencer street. Account sals and chelues rendered rendered. MERRY & CO., '555 Flinders Line west. Adances made on allkiinds of farmproduce. DAIRY AD IFA.M1 PRODUCE MERCII.NrTS,. AND DAIot COMMIsSION AGENTS. HOLDER-ON & NEILSON,.483 Flinders Lane. Trial solicited. Best price obtained for all dairy produce. WOOD & CO., "o King-street. Established I... All kinds of dairy produce sold on commission. SAW MIAKERS AND MrPOr.TEIsS. BLAKELEY, UW. II., 115 Lonslale-strect. Sble Agent for H. Disston Son's cole krated Saws. ...

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(FROM "SEYMOUR EXPRESS.") [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 December 1891

(FnRos "SetorIn ExrPiss.") A meeting of opponents of the one man one vote principle, convened by circular. was held at the Royal lHotel, Seymour, on yesterday morning for the purpose of getting a candidate ts oppose Mr. ItHnt. MI.L.A. at forthcoming election. Mr. M1. K. M'Kenzie, of Reedy Creek, occupied the chair, and there were present: Messrs J. Guild, T. Guild, Bucehanan. Cooper. A. IV. Walhlder, J. Blaker, Carnie, Collai. Chadwick, H. Buggy, Brinton,and Rev. 11. Macfarlane, Seymour; Messrs M'Kenzie and H'Leold, llroadford; Messrs C. A. M'Keneze and Halpin, Worrough: Messrs M. Hickey and Howe, Tallarook ; Mr. Birmby, Mangalore; Messrs. M'Leish, Fergnoon, Scale, and 'lTyrer, Yea; Messrs. Marshalland Anderson, Chin Chinll; and fourteen other gentlemen from the Yea and Uroadforl districts. The Chairnmn said the meeting was called for the purpose of selecting a candidhlate favorable to the dual vote, as opposed to Mr. lint. He said he haul seen Mr. James Campbell, and although half ...

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

Tim Secretary of the Yea Cricket Club aeknowledges with thanks the sum of 10s: from Mr. T. Hunt, M.LA., towards its funds. TIIE Government Statist has prepared a statistical comparison for Mr. . W. Haull, M.L.A., as to how the dual vote would act as between the Collingwood and Nornalnby electorates, by which it is shown that so far from dual voting benefitting the fat mere, gra ter advantages will be gained by the voters of Collifigwood, who secure an increase of nearly 6,800 additional manhood votes, whereas in Normanby there would only be 2,100 additional manhood votes.. SAVE MONEY by sending to Lincoln, Stuart and Co, Limited, 2.38 Flinders street, Melbourne, the largest tailoring establishment in the city., They will post to you free on application samples of tweeds and Instructions for self-measurement. A really good, serviceable all - wool suit to measure for 42s.; try, them.--[Asurr.] Shiro .L3d scments. SHIRE F YEA. APPLICATIONNddressed to the Presi _lent, are invi , up to t...

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

3 usine. Nattcoe. Tosh and Cosgrove, PFR.tcTc L COACHIUILDERS, WHEELWRIGIITS, AND GENERAL BLACKSMITHS, Hull-sTRE;T, YEA. BUGGIES BGilt to Order, or Old Ones Snead Nearly Equal to New. IPiting dlone on the Shortest Notice, Special Arran?.ments having been matle for Regrlar Visits of a First-clss Coach Painter. tr HORSES CAREFULLY SHOD. i LOOK! LOOK!! LOOK!!! J. Oates, BOOT AND SIIpEMAFIER, " TILL GCOMMENCE BUSINF?S on S1\~lsnt. Ocr.o:tr. 19, in the Shop lately ..xepislI by Mr. Davs;.LE, hpi.ng t? ;`. a t7 a FA11 StiO1lE se .IThA CSC "t BOOTS Aa, SHOES or EVERY DESCRIP TION MADE TO ORDER. RlraIrs NE?atr .Sa Ptolo rLrm EuECnctU . J. OATES, iOOT AxnD SHOEMAKER. YEA TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. 'H.° Oates BEGS to inform the Inhabitants of Yea an " Surroundiug Districts that he HAS REMOVED ms Tailaring Establishmo t HIr.o-srmRn (Nerr Toos AND COUSROV~z.) A Good Assortment of Spring Tweeds Just to Hand. WoxseaealttP .on FIT GOaAr.tATcD. MODERATE PRICES. The Yea Butchery. J. QUINLAN BEGS to inf...

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AN UNSCRUPULOUS FOE [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 December 1891

AN uTNSORVPYLOUS ROE. 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 tlhese warnings: That tired feeling, those' aching limbs, and that grand feeling one day and seedy condition the next, thh sour taste on waking in a morning, andi tihe frequent sick and splitting Iheiad aches, all make their delbutclefor serious illness sets in. All or any of tlhese symptoms indicate the approaclh; of disease, theyare faithful signs that the, liver and kidneys are not doing, their duties, that the morbid and effete matter, instead of being climinated frohi the system, is being retained, and ?ispsi-. tively poisoning and destroying?":tlh. whole physical structure.: 'Neglectmiin such ceses is criminal, recourse tovra tional treatment should be had at ronce CLEMIENTS TONIO should be 'taken to strengthen the digestion,: purify and-. fortify the blood, to stimulate the...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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DEAD OUT TO SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 December 1891

DEAD OUT TO SEL (Br . r .. l. Qu .) , SUeo day, when you are dowi by the sea, take a long, steady look at one of the Jersey coast captains. He is a captain,n thise case, because he is owner, commander and crew of a eat-boat--a craft used by fishing and ex cursion parties. You will find a crowd of these men and boats at Beach Haven, Atlantic City, and in two or three other ports, but in the past five years not a single life has been lost from one of this fleet of boats. There are young men as well as old, but you will find them all bronzed and weather beaten, grim, silent, taciturn. Some faces canberead.' Thesecannot. Yonwillnotie, o 1 ,k C hade of These men study the sky, the clouds, the set of the wind, the rising up and going down of the sun. Their daily life is a com bat with the treacherous currents, insatiable tides, the fierce demon who lurks at the bottom of tile sea and reaches up to pull down his victims. In summer they are captains and masters. In winter they are bandied i...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 December 1891

Birth: DAY.—On the 20th inst., at 100 Charles- street, Prahran, the wife of C. Day —a son.

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School Picnic at Glonburn. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 December 1891

School Picnic at Glenburn. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) THE breaking up for the holidays was cele- brated on the 18th inst. by a picnic and sports, held in Mr. S. Matchett's paddock, arranged by the parents of the children at- tending the above school. The event-note- worthy as being the first gathering of the sort held in the neighborhood-proved an unqualified success, youngsters and parents alike apparently enjoying the outing, and the weather was all that could be desired for the occasion. A very successful ball was held in the evening in the State School to finish up the day's sport. The following are the results : GIRLS' RACE, under 9 years.-M. Hangan, 1; M. Smith, 2; Georgina Hangan, 3. BOYS' RACE, under 9 years. -R. Walker, 1; G. Hangan, 2 ; J. Walker, 3. BOYS' RACE, under 15 years.-D. Walker, 1; H. Doherty, 2; T. Toll, 3. Gra.s' RACE, under 15 years.-C. Walker, 1; E. Walker, 2; L. Walker, 3. VAULTING WITH THE PoLE.-G. Doherty, 1 ; H. Doherty, 2; D. Walker, 3. GIRns' RACE.--I. Has...

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SOCIALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 December 1891

SOCIALISM. Tue Marquis o Huntly, Lord Rector of Al:rdeesn U iversity, delivered his rectorial addre in the Music Hall in presence of a lirge assemblage of stu dents, representativesof the professions, and the genersd public. He took for his subject "The Social Interest," which ho described as the main in terests involved in the different classes of society, and his purpose was to show how far education could assist in eluci dating the problems thatsurround them. In touching their solutions he reviewed the position of the Socialists in this and other countries,and said there appeared "tobeadesire toignoro extreme doctrines, and to adopt only small portions of the creed in the hope of peace. He criti cised the failures of prophets, and the errors on the side of the labourer and his leader, and at the same time admitted that thestrictures through ages past and at present brought against the capitalist were notunwarranted. Apart from the claim which society had upon individuals to perfo...

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Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 December 1891

Goods and Parco1S at tho Xb& Pail way Static. Bett, M'Lesh, Boyd, J. W. Johnston, Matchett, Potter, Conlan, Anderson, E. G. Wilson, l'Leish (Glenmare). PIACELS. J. Murphy, D. Ferguson. J. Hume, MArs. M'Leish (olurriodindi), Conuln, Daley, F.. Evans, Pickard, S:ale, Mrs. Henderson, W. Wilson, Mrs. G. I'2Kay, Perry and Petch, Greenlaw.

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 December 1891

warnings: That tired feeling, thiea achi:ng limbs, and that grand feeling orem' day and seedy condition the next, the sour taste on waking in a morning, ald the frequent sick and splitting he:.d aches, all muake 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 thcmorl,bid and effete matter, instead of being eliminated fromiu th system, is being retained, add is poi:' tively poisoning and destroying: the whole. physical structure. Neglect il such .cses is criminal, recourse to ra. tiodnfltirmatuint should be.had at once, CLEI?E?TS Toni" should le' taken to strengthen tile digestion, purify:y nd fortify tlhe'blood; to stimulatecthe livenc and brace up the kidreys, to resolve aid elininatee the poisohous urea. Liver and kidney coniplaints are thei osat prevalent disaises of this 1country, and so long as we consuime such" large quantities of atn...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 December 1891

To Corrspnondents. LEnsEs 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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COMMERCIAL. SKINS AND BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 December 1891

0033tEBCIA SKINS AND BARK. MessEs. D?.UErr and CosreA-r, Limited, report on the 23rd December FURRED SKINs.-There is so little coming to bhand that prices are almost nominal. The following may be taken as absut correct: Kangaroo, large and superior skins, 3s per lb.; medium, Is Gd to gs: brush, Is 3d to Is Gd; small, 9d to ls ; wallahy, large skins, to Is 3d; do. small, 9d to Is; rabbit, firsts, to 54; mednium, 3d to 5d; inferior and kittens, id to °_d; opossum, firsts, up to Gs per doz.; do. seconds, I to 3s; do. thirds, 1sto2s; mountain, is to IS3; bear, 2s to 4s per dozen. I3iARs-Superior bundled black wattle bark, £7 to £8 10s per ton ; medium, £3 to £4 per too; superior chopped bark, £7 Os to £8 10s per ton; ground bark, of approved brands and samples, upto£10 plr ton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 December 1891

Churchcs. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, SEA. THE Rev. D. MILNE will conduct J Divine Service (D.V.) in the above Church next Sabbath at Yea, morning at II o'clock, and in the evening at 7.30. In the afternoon at Homewood, at 3 o'clock. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, YEA. T HE Rev. C. IL BARNES will conduct .... - ei-r . t ua above Church on Sunday morning and evening next; also at Chin Chin in the afternoon. Holy Communion at all services. Watchnight Service at 11.15 p.m. To night. The Rev. C. IH. Barnes at Tea-Tree Mine on Wednesday next, at 7.30 p.m. ST. LUKE'S PARSONAGE, YEA. New Year's Day, January 1. LAYING OF THE FIRST BLOCK On the Ground, Miller-street, at 4 p.m., by Mas. . H. TaLno (late of Azwarby). TEA AT THE TEMPERANCE HALL, 5 r.u. TO 7 P.m. SOCIAL EVENING AT SHIRE HALL, aT 8 r.. SHORT SPEEci?.S?The Inenumbent, Rers. D. Milne and W. G. Hindley. VOCAL AND IXSTR~urMEwTAL MUcsc Mesdames Haolam and Henderson; the Misses Rae, Shimmin, Mf. Drysdale; and Messrs. Doody, W. Davis, Wall, Wild, A. Fergu...

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To Advertisers. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 December 1891

To A4dvortiors. ADVnRurSEMENrs must be sent in not later than 10 o'clock on WVe1nesday morning in each week; otherwise their insertion cannot be guaranteed till the following week. Alterations in Contract Advertisements should, if possible, he sent in not later than Monday morning.

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A NEW YEAR'S CHIME. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 December 1891

A NEW YEAR'S CHIME. Toll, totii !t : For the old yeai slowly dying, (irim,+gaunt, sere, . On the breast of Tune now lying. Hopes of youth ae. fleeting, Hearts with:care'c.r beating; Ho ! ye wardens of the hells, Toll; toll, toll?!. i..; Toll for Enrth'snnticing fiasoi Toll for Strife'% nholy pae?sfo?- '. Toll for Friendship unioquiti?3- , Toll for Hiope' enchaontments blightted; Toll for Love's fond pledgs brokel; toll for Want an dWoe nomnpkl g Toll tlat,lwhle th woreld 'hall stand jin and Wooe lshall till the land ! Toll, toll, toll ! Ring, ring, ring ! A welcoime to the bright 'ecw Year I Life, Hope, Joy, On his radiant brow applear i Hearts with love are thrilling, Huomes with bounty filling ; Ho! ye'wardens of the bells, Ring for Summer's fruitful treasure, Ring for Autnmn's bounlldless easure, Ring for Winter's bracing hoorm, Ring for birth of Spring and flowers, Ring for hands of generous giving, 'Ring for vows of nobler living, Ring for truths of tongue or pen, Ring, "Peace ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 December 1891

AmEDAVID AsVAN DUFFY AND KING, 0 SOLIUITORS, dr., SEYM'OUR A1ND KIL.IOIE. Mn. Kr-: ATrhr.o AT KAu.AIoR EVE:Y T Gno.s.Y. THOMAS GRAHAM, RL., SOL'TCITOt, ;A LE XA N DR A, ATEINIS ALL (CURTS AT YEA, •MAY RE CONSULTED Andersm's "Commereial Hotel, Tnesday in Each Week. Hour: O a.mo, to 12 noon. AarE'r . TrYe-M-. A. H. .Sncr~A. MR. JOHN JACKSON, •S.S.C., E' :.) ,SOLICITOR, COKNEYANCER, -AN" PROCTOR, A TENDS a: t: Caledonian-'lotel, Y, S Evers TresR.Y. -AllCourts in the North-Eaxs:rn District Atte?ded ,ihel Retainod. 'ER.MAN.AOTr Ai1DDs-s: ';NT.S-m:ELA, ALLXANtDS.. An?sT T o TEA: 31R. J. Ii. ROSE. ' ?I T.cs NO?eCL. Tosh and Cosgrove, COACHRIU Pl3 ERIS, WH·I.EL'WRIGITTS, AND GHNERAL LI.ACKSM ITIIS, tlhi -n rusr. YEA. )UIG?IES 1ruIlt to Ora.t, ,r Old Droes Piit lug dono va the ShorEst Ndtie,. Tpecial rran eol st having el _. m0 , for i.egul Vioita'sfn First-cd..e, Ci?wh I'aiuter. zd I dTRhS CAltEFULX 5?IOl . "-O LOOKA LOtK) : LOOK!!! J. Oates, BOkOT AND SRIOEMAKeR, 'TVI'L COM11ENECR BUSINESS...

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LEAVING YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 December 1891

LEAVING YEA. A week ago the world looked bright, With heavy purse and pockets light, I strode along, nor deemed that night Must follow day. But now. returning almost dead, My money gone, my heart like lead, I trudge along with throbbing head I've been to Yea. From each dark cl:mp of gum-trees drear, \eird, airy whicpe strike my ear; i listen to the aceonts l.ear Io deep di nay. r lchi ake osbjedcit w;s u tni -" I've been t?' ca. The boding crows that o'er me fly Give utterance to a tortured cry, That, like a lost soul's parting sigh, Faint dies away. All has been fonl that fair I deemed. With horrid thoughts my brain has teeltel, Gehenna like the bush has seemed Since leaving Yea. Atuil when is changed thid mortol state, When I my final doom await, The .aint who guards the Heavenly gate No doubt will sa : You colme from Yea. Say no more, For tipplers Heaven has oaught in store; No need to look your record o'er Since, yo're from Yea."

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