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"HE'S BEEN TO YEA." [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 December 1891
"HE'S BEEN TO YEA." 'NorwTilrs.aoDrs c the etfforts of the Tem perance Brigade, Yea cannot yet be included in the category of Temperance townships. Such, at least, appears to be the opinion of soime folks located in the vicinity, who con sidlcr the ioiled countenances and unsteady gait which the wy.farers se frequently ex-. hibit'to be sutlicienily accounted for by the expession--'·' s been to Yea." Cogita tion on this interesting fact has resulted in the subjoiaed verses which I have called "Leaving Yea.--I am, &e., R. SWIVELLER.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 December 1891
Special Mdvortisement. How to Make Money. F URNISH YOUR HOUSE And yotwill Save from 25 to 50 per cent. FURNIT E SOLD FOR CASH OR ON EASY TERMS, IN MEXRIAM CARDS Printed a Cun.o ta Office, in Chaste Designs. - Autio0s. :r: . YEA STOCK SALES. FRIDAY, JANUARY 8. J H. TEAGUE and CO. will hold their " Next Sale in the Yea Shire Yards, on the above date, when they will offer Fat and Store Cattle and Sheep, In lots to suit purchasers. Also, 450 4 and 6-tooth Merino Wethers, in good condition. 500 f and 8-tooth Merino Wethers, fit C to top up. 1,000 Mixed Lots of Fat Sheep, &c. REMEMBER DATE OF SALE: Friday, January 8, 1892. J. H. TEAGUE AND CO., 82 William-street, Melbourne. YEA. MONTHLY S~TOK SALE. FRIDAY, JANUARYL8, 1892, AT 1 o'CLOeK. At the Shire Yards. A BBOTT AND WILSON will hold their usual Monthly Sale on the above date, whien they will Yard a Good Supply of Fat Bullocks and Cows. 3 and 4-year-old Steers and Heifers. Milkers. Springers, and Young Stook. Fat and Store Sheep....
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] THE YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 December 1891
LETTERS TO TEE EDITOH. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for eorrespondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permnnitted.] THE YEA SHIRE C@UNCIL, IO TIlE EDITOR OP'THE CIIHONICLE. Si,--Does the Shire Council represent the' people? May we read the newsspaper. re ports of the proceedings of the Council'andi say: "Sach are the opioiouosof the' Yea" people, and thus do they like to have their" business transacted ?" These Councillors must be the representatives, or they would' not be sent there ; and yet I do not like to admit it, because I know some very superior gentlemen in the Yea Shire.- Their only fault is that they allow their relatives to. convince them that it is low and vulgar to sit with such a set. Thissis?n pity, because it allows those with lower- intellectual capacity to go in and bresi, things. I le member a story told to me about a bl k. fellow :--" A young Anstralian black wrs remarkahle for his quickn3ss il-leaunin' u, d&...
WATER SUPPLY FOR YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 December 1891
WATER SPY.T FOR TEA. AT the adjourned meeting of the Yea Shire Council, held on Saturday, the 12th inst.;, the foflowing petitions for the rival schemes were presented : Penr'os I. For siguature of those.raterpayers of the township of Yea who are in favor of supply ing the township with water by the reticu lation from the railway tank, of such streets as are below the level of the railway tank, and for which supply it is proposed to levy a 'rate of 9d. in the £ on the rateable pro perty so supplied. Daniel M'Leish, jn. Win. Walter Perry C. Ball H. Gates J. D. Webster Charles Davey Clementina M'Leish E. Smith A. L Churchus Thosee. Devere J. T. White F. E. Sandilands Rosina White Louie Vossmard John Wadkin John M'Gillivray Daniel M'Leish, sen. George M'Leish M. P. Kelly Donald M'Kay Stewart A. Wall A. M'Kay A. M'Intosh E. Noble George Marshall J. M'Asey Arnold Hood M. Brown J. Hood M. Montgomery Robt Scott H. Tall Lee Gow E. G. Wilson A. A. H. Snodgrass John Tosh P. WV. Petch John Cos...
SOME REMINISOENCED OF A VERY OLD [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 December 1891
0,d Di si t I or.- , considering t:e achau,.llc weather of late, and the presence of inflnen:i all aroun:l you." " Yes, thank God, I aml keep)ig remark. ably well, and although my silfe and family have all been laid tip through this influenza, I still keep moving." After a little further desiultorv cornersa tion on a fewr of the leading topies--to wit, creameries, railway extension to Alexandra, embits, and council matters-I observedli "I suppose it is a good many years since you first came to the colonies r' " Bless you, yes," replied the old gent., "nigh on to 70; I landed in Australia in " Why, you must be one of our oldest colonists " - "I am, although my name does not op. pear in the list of them." m'o ? a must have pas?ed through a good deal since ''2?!" "I have, indeed !" And the old gent. started--" As I said before, I came here in ''2, landed at Port Jackson ; Brisbane wsas Governor then; and settled down for a time in the Maitland district. I aterwards took a short trip to...
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1891. 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 December 1891
WITH WHICH IS INCORPORLTED PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1891. 1891. "The old order changeth, giving place to the new." To-MoRRow the birth of a new year 1 will be hailed in all Christian com munities; and the year 1891, with its fierce struggles, its portentous war clouds, and its good works performed and left undone, will become a thing of the past. All over the civilised world there is an incessant struggle on the part of the toiling masses, and of re sistance by the monied and propertied classes. Eighteen hundred and ninety one years have passed since JESUS of NAzAnErn was sent into this world to proclaim "Peace on earth-goodwill to men ;" yet after that lapse of time do we see men professing to be guided by His precepts and teaching hunting, from their homes in Northern Europe, the famished descendants of those Israelites MosEs led out of bondage, and despised and spat upon, execrated and brutally trodden under foot, in other countries to which they fled, hop...
NEW YEAR'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 December 1891
NEW YEAR'S DAY. TIHE slTent of the year 1892 will be inauo gurated by a Watch-nigfit Service at St. Luke's Church to-night, commencing at s quarter past eleven o'clock. Mlass will he celebrauted at 10 o'clock on New Year's Day by the Rev. Father Brady at St. Mary's, Yea. The stores and other places of business will be elosed, and the Commercial Bank will not open from the time of closing to day till Alonday. The Piret-oflice will be closed at 10 a.m. to-morrow, but there will be a delivery of letters, and mails will be received and despatched as usual. Everything is in readiness for the laying of the first block of St. Luke's near Parsonage: Mrs. G. H. Taylor, late ofAz warby, is to perform the ceremony at4 p.m., anud a large gathering is looked for. Thel ladies have worked hard to provide for the "inner man," and will have tea ready. at the Tempersuce Hall from 5 to 7 p.m. A first-class programme of vocal and instru mental musiewill be given at the Shire Hall' at 8 p.m. The names p...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 December 1891
NEWS AND NOTES. AT tile last meeting of the Alexandra Shire Council the tendlers received from the Black Range to Yarek road were ordered to be forwarded to the Yea Shire Council. Tnh Educatiou Department is about to , erect a gymnasium at Alexandra, thanks to the persistent and oft-repeated requests of the Board of Advice. We are pleased to find that the Trustees I of the Yea Recreation Reserve have decided 1 to call for tenders for fencing is the ground. The rent will pay the interest, and the 1 cricketers and footlballers roan, without much effort, contribute £15 or £20 a year to form a sinking fund. It is to be hoped the I Trustees will also be able to see their way 1 to plant £5 worth of trees every year. If that is done, the Yea Recreation Reserve will be one of the prettiest in the colony I seven or eight years hence. As old Ballarat friend writes thatourlate fellow-townsman, Mr. M. J. Kelly, is "Winrming" the golden metropolis. " Ulnds p!aying" and irrnense crowds at the Ex....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 December 1891
olbono advertsamonts. Business and Professional _ Directory. CtFE AND RE.STA.URANTS. COFFEE PALACE. Smith-street, Fitzroy, pnsurpasel fo,r Cleanlioess aml Comfornt. Tram?s f?rin sttion Iaes door. Special attention COuntry Visitors. Every in formnation srdlia?. ICaths, lillianlrs, Smoking and t-eading lEomuls. Terms exceedingly Moderate. 1 Ws. SuIIem.E", Manager. CHAFt AND G(IAIN. M3EI:CIA.Tr, AND CO31i.&SION Ar;E.NrTS. E. C. ROIERTNON- &. CO., 56 Spencer treet. Accunt sales anid chlleques rendered rendered. 3IERRY & CO., j33 Flinlers line rest. Addvnces madel?nallkindsoffarnlprodnce. DAIR AN.D FARM PRODUCEL ERCIIANrs, AND DAIRY COII5SSION AGENTS. HOLDERSON & NEILSON, 483 Flinders Lane. Trialanlicite. Bestpriceobtained for all dairy produce. ' WOOD & CO., ." King-street Established IS,0 All kinds of dairy produce sold on Lnmdunsvion. SAW MAKERS AND IMlPOrTErs. BLAKELEY, 1,'. C, 15lls",nlale-street Sle Agent for H.. Disston Son's cele brated Saw...
The Yea Sub-Treasury. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 December 1891
The Yea Sub-Treasury ___________ ACCOUNTS FOR PAYMENT. J. M'Kenzie Capt. M'Leish LEASES FOR DELIVERY. G. Drysdale J. Sorragbham R. Williams S. L. Robins: W. Hicks T. M'Fadyen J. T. Gill J. Williamson R. Sharp LEASES FOR EXECUTION &nbsp; M. Coonan S. W. Moore M. A. M'Cormick C. E. M'Cormick M. J. Berry M. J. Ryan J. Gilbert W. E. Gill A. Aldous E Hepburn M. Wentworth M J. Gill M. A. Williamson LICENCES FOR DELIVER C. Dunning Ed. Morgan M. Coonan Jno. Corcoran H. Martin J. Doherty A. Minto M. T. M'Cormick W. de M. Jeffrey Wm. Lawrence Peter Green W. H. Morgan W. Cunningham John Green(2) F. Peterson
An Unscrupulous Foe [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892
An Unscrupulous Foe CREEPS upon us unawares like an 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 imnpendingdauger, 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 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 andeffete 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 treatmient should-bd had at once, CLEME.u rs Toxic should be taken to strengthen the digesti...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. (70o OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELeOURL'e , L.%sT lIGHT. Messrs. W. M'ILWRIC and Co. report: CHE?Es.-Market quiet; prime matured, 5d up to &l per lb. ; medium and good, 3jd to 4id; inferior lower. BurrnE.-Potted: Market a shade easier; prime new weekly, in good condition, 7d to 7,d: a large quantity affected by the weather, 5d to 6)d; inferior lawer. Fresh: Best dairies, in good condition, 7id to 9d; good ordinary lump, out of condition sorts, 5d to 7d; inferior lower. Eonos.-l lld per dozen. PousTrr.-Market slack except for prime birds.
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. Far S~EEP.-26,000yarded. A moderate proportion consisted of good to prime quali ties, and for such the demand was firm at fully late rates, while middling descriptions were difficult to quit at low qtotations. Very few crossbreds yarded. Prime cross bred wethers, from IOs to 11s; a fewto 12s; prime crossbred ewes, from 7s 6d to G6 6d; prime merino wethers, from 9s to OsIa a few to 10s 6d ; good merino wethers, from 7s 6d to S. &1; miadlini do.-fmrn+ 6; priaes S Pr Laxus -1Ts maarketwa again bes vily supplied, 12,500 having been penned. Good trade lots were in fair request at late rates, while second and inferior aorta, which were largely represented, met a dragging ale, and prices for such ruled weaker throughout Prime sold at from Ss to 9s 6d; a few extra to 10s; good sold at from Gs to 7s; middling and inferior, from 5s 6d.
GARDENING FOR MONTH OF JANUARY. KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892
GARDENING FOR MONTH OF JANUARY. KITCHEN G RDEN. THss is undoubtedly the driest and most trying month of the year for the garden. But little can he done in the way of sowing or planting out in the open ground, but under shelter of the hush house or frame a selection of cauli flower, cabbage, savoy, and celery seeds may be sown, so as to bring forward sturdy plants for transferring to the garden during the first rains of March. Kidney beans, turnips, peas, lettuce, and spinach may be sown sparingly prior to an expected shower, and the beds should be thoroughly mulched by short dung, to check evaporation. The work of hoeing tip advancing crops after watering and the earthing up of celery should be attended to. Beds should be prepared for the chief turnip crop of the season, as also for beet. Sowings may also be made of spinach and of the silver beet, which forms a nice vegatable for autumn use. The great point to be observed in the cultivation of culinary vegatables is that they be qui...
SKINS AND BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892
SKINS AND BARK. MEsson. YornsGursAnDn nd Conm Axr, LsMIozTD, report on the 5th January: SEEPrsKss.-Dry skins- (superior), from 4s to 5 6d each; do., seconds, from 2s to 3s 6d do., best crossbreds, 4d to 5jd per lb.; do., lambs, 3d to 41d; do., pelts, to d ; do., inferior, lid upwards. Butchers'greenpelts, best, Is id to .s each; do. do., seconds, 10d to Is d:; Butchers' green lamb pelts, 6d to 9d; do. do., skins, to s 6d each. Hmrrý.-Green ox hides, extra stout and heavy, 4d per lb. ; do. do., ordinary, 2d to 2)d; do. do. inferior, to lfd; New Zealand, do. prime, 4d to 6d; do. do medium, 2d to 3d. Butchers' green ox, superior, to 5ad; do. do., stout and heavy, 4d to 5d ; do. do. medium, 2d to d21; do. do., light, to 2d; do. cow, superior, to lId; do. do. inferior, to d:; do. kip, to Od ; do. calf skin, to 41d each. BAns.-Ground, superior, L9 to L10 10s per ton; ground, Portland, LIO 15s ; Vic torian bundled, superior, to LS 10s; Vic torian bundled, medium, L3 to L5; chopped, superio...
YEA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 5. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M.) CIVIL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892
TEA POLIOE 007T. TUESDAY, JANUARY 5. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.3L) CIVIL CASES. Lee Gow v. Martin Benson.-Claim, £3 3s. 10d., goods. Order for amount and 5s. costs; in default, distress. James Rivett v. Angus M'Kay. Claim, £5 18s. 3d., work and labor. Defendant admitted owing the money. Order for amount and 2s. 6d. costs. John Rivett v. Angus M'Kay. Claim, £5 15s., work and labor. Order for amount and 2s. 6d. costs. William Collins v. Kate Blackman and Charlotte Cunningham.-Claim, £5, trespass of a bull. Mr. Sandilands appeared for plaintiff, and MJr. King for defendants. Plaintiff stated that lie saw defendants' bull in his paddock, and his son found nine other head of cattle that came there with the bull, which was an inferior animal, whilst he had paid a lot of money to secure a good herd of cattle. On Mr. King stating that the bull was not likely to do further damage, and offering to pay costs, an order was made for 6d. damages and 30s. costs.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892
Shiro Advortisements. SHIRE OF YEA. T HE ANNUAL MEETING of the Coun cil of the above Shire has been AD JOURNED until SATURDAY NEXT, 9th JANUARY, at 2 p.m. Printed copies of the Audited Annual Statement of Receipts and Expenditure for the Financial Year coding 30th September, 1S91, lie at the Office of this Council, and may be inspected by parties interested therein between the hours of 9 nm. and 4 p.m. By Order, P. LINGFORD, Acting Secretary. Shire Hall, Yea, December 22, 1591. SHIRE OF YEA. N OTICE is Hereby Given,-That the Order appointing Wednesday as the day on which Pound Sales shall be held within the Shire of Yea is rescinded; and that FRIDAY has been appointed as the day on which such sales shall be held in ac cordance with Section 25 of Impounding Law Amendment Act. By Order, P. LINGFORD. - Sec pro tenm. Shire Hall, Yes, December 15, 1991. SHIRE OF YEA. Shire Office, Yea, 16th December, IS91. THE Shire of Yea doth hereby, by Special Order, made the 12th day of DrzccnzR, 189...
YEA LICENSING COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 5. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M.) APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF ROYAL MAIL HOTEL, YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892
?zA I .IENSI3G cOVnT. TUESDAY, JA.UARn 5. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M.) AMICATION FOR TRANSFER OF ROTAL MAIL HOTEL, YEA. This application, which was ad journed at the annual sitting of the Licensing Court for the production of witnesses, having been called on, Mr. Sandilands, solicitor, who ap peared for the applicant, Frederick Erskine Sandilands, held that the husband could not be made responsible for the actions of his wife; and that, even supposing there had been a dis qualification, tlhat the Legislature had wisely provided that it ceased at the end of twelve months, during which period Mrs. Sandilands had not kept n hotel. Mlr. Keogh pointed out that the Supreme Court had laid it down thsat the Dench might refuse an application, even where there was no conviction at all; and the Bench must be guided by the interpretation of the law by the Supreme Court, no matter what the intention of the Legislature might have been. Inspictor Smyth, who objected to the application being granted...
To Advertisers. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892
To Mdvortisors. ADVERSrENTrs mast be sent in not tlter than 10 o'clock on Wednesday morning in cads week; otherwise their insertion cannot be guaranteed till the following week. Alterations in Contract Advertisements should, if possible, be sent in not later than Monday morning.
ROYAL LIQUEUR WHISKY. The Best Imported. INSIST ON GETTING IT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892
ROTAL LIQUEUR W7SE=. The Best Imported. INSIST ON GETTING IT. SAVE Mo?EY by sending to Lincoln. Stuart and Co., Limited, 38S 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.--[ADnvr.] VsriNsso CnRDS, 5s. per 100. or Ts. 6d, for 200, at YEA CRONIcsLE Office. Equal to copper-plate.