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Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892

Dac'rturo Ctd Arrival of XaJUa MArhs close and arrive at the Yea Poat Office at the.urdcrmentioned hours: CLOSE AT YEA FOR- f Aý . P.M. Mlelbourn e .. .. ... 68 6 Tallarook ..... ' 6 Doonglook .. :... . - 6 3lolenworth .,.. - Yproir ...lle -n.;". 'vY'i 1 930 fi ,. r H __ ýs " 'arek v. ' Alezandta ::. ' " 3 $ ' .; 'flinrind e W~werdale bre a IR Undenruod's I lrollen . a y y 130 Mnrphys ... .30.

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892

a oviseod ailway ateos. NE" rates for merchandise, rool, produce, live\stock, c., are published as a suppjle mneut to the Gorenonment CGaocU of the 27th August. STh6 rates per bale for wool, not exceeding 4cwt, is s. up to 45 miles. Foim 45 up to 60 miles, 4d. per bale for every 5 miles or part of 5 miles; and from 60 up to 100 miles; :.d. per bale for 5 miles, or part of 5 miles om e-L?tte rates to be cumulative on the former charge. I Cattle or pigs ivill be conveyed-at 9l. per track per mile, up.to 101 miles; S.L per mile to be added from 101 up to 150 miles. If over 150 miles, 7d. per truck per milhwill be charged for the whole joudeay. The minimum 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, geldilg, filly, or entire, under 2 years, Gd. per mile; emnires, 2 teans and over, Is. per mile ; two entires, 2 years and over, belonging to different owners, if earriued in one loose-box, Od. p...

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Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892

Bsilway" Timo Table. It AiDrctxe ROOD TO T IrELounr. vSiogle Yaro - Mind Mixd1 lot. 2ndi. Alcxandraltoaddejp: 6 P.M. 5 0. Iathkin .. 7 20 5 08 5' ýIolesworth 7 30c"O 5 :351 -2 0 9' Cheviot .j 110 I 3. ... 5i612 41 Yea L r.81 5? 3020' Idepr . I 2 1 G 0 erridaul,. 9 317 1 4 1013 3 *: 8eglcE arc Pass. 'ioet %1. 3leiboroeLF :.{ FL ,. 24,ý3 6' !Tfr a ai :"0.auS H0I* -O'7 ;.;eweoM J115 1fd 8' 3t 7S Cthkn J 0 41 , CATOIIJ 1; 51.. .srieto Alexandra Road A ?104z . I10 Stbo when' Hued~c to n ti`r eC R1Dwn ¢a9Seger8.%-Se -'-It'han trains at:Talnaroe k '· ` CrtrrrKIN To MANSYFIELD.: .o c c Station, - I - ;9 . Yea .551 93} `thkin' 'A. U1255 60!. 'orck. 7 .,t'! 1055108; Mero-n _ý 83 0 95ý114j Woodfield . 1''_ ... 320'01221 5 amndiop. 2 2.4i 1035 031 Mann i 9 40: 10 i' 111711~ :.. Ir Iyiý 93} Cothl r 1 "Tnotop when runred Pz.coa'res 1otI give notice to Guard at previous eto'ppoilo station. let Clas nd Classn. S__ . S Ret.Sin. Ret. Yc. to Hoiiewood .:1 01I 60 8 1 0 .K erritdo lo 2 0 3 'Oj 2 0. 2 Se...

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Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892

Goods and Parceals at tho Tea Rau wap Station. TnE following-is a list of the goods and parcels awaiting delivery at the Yea Rail way Station on Wednesday afternoon - COODS. Perry and Petch, E. G. Wilson, D. and D. M'Leish, Rice, Bett, Potter, Yoraton. PARcELS. Borrie, Murphy, Ferguson, Benson, Col well, Aldous, Perry alns Petch, Miss Norman, Smith (Killingworth), Tosh and Cosgrove, Sgt. Major Ross, Receiver and Paymaster, Antony.

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The Yea Sub-Treasury. ACCOUNTS FOR PAYMENT. Capt. M'Leish LEASES FOR DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892

Tho Tes Stt-Treassr. ACCOUNTs FOR PAYMIENT. Capt. M'Leish LEASES FOR DELIVERY. M. A. Devlin J. Sorraghan R. Williams S. L. Robins W. Hicks T. M'Fadyen J. T. Gill J. Williamson R. Sharp M.. A. Wilrliason LEASES? FOR EXECUTION. M. Coonan S. W. Moore M. A. M'Cormick C. E. M'Cormick 11. J. Berry M. J. Ryan J. Gilbert W. E. Gill bl. A. Williamson F. Hepburn MI. Wentworth 3I. J. Gill LICESCES FOR DELIVERY. C. Durming Ed. Morgan 3L Coonan Jon. Corcoran H. Martin J. Doherty -- . ru..-- i. ". M Cormcr-c-. W. de M. Jeffrey Wmin. Lawrence Peter Green W. H. Morgan W. Cunningham John Green (2) F. Peterson

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Disc[?]sion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] YEA POSTAL [?]NGEMENTS TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892

LZTT:8as TO THE ZDToa. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discasion on public topics invitd;i,but personalities cannot be pernitted.] TO TlE t RI OF orTe CIIsONICLL Sm,-I beg b Ilring under your noties the great inconvesience our business men labor under with tl present postal arrangements. For instance the evening mail arrives at 9.30, and yoe cannot get your letters until S.30 to 9 a.ni next morning. You cannot, therefore, get of a letter till the evening. and your repy dises not come back till the third day, tius putting cattle sellers and buyers entirdy out of the market. I would suggest that either a night delivery be made after the train arrives, or else at a quarter to 8 a.m. neit morning, so that a reply may be sent down by the morning train, thus saving a lot of valuable time.-I am, &e., CATI'LE DEALER.

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NEW YER'S DAY SPORTS, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892

NEW TYP'S DAT SPORTS, 1882. Tne second Noew Year's Day gathering at tracted a large number of visitors from all parts of the district to the Yes Recreation Reserve; but the sports, which were ad vertised to start " punctually at 12 noon," did not begin till about 1.30 p.m. As might have been easily foreseen, many of the country people had to leave the ground long before the programme was got through, and the Tug of War and Sack Race-two very amusing events for spectators-were allowed to slide. Had the Band played one tune at 12 o'clock, the crowd would have followed them to the ground, the sports might have been commenced, and the members of the Band could then have gone to -their lunch. As it was, crowds waited about the streets, and the hour and a half lost could not be regained. We do not know whose fault it was, but there was a good deal of dissatis faction, and whatever time is again adver tised, it will be well to try and adhere to it. Indeed, if some particular time could be ...

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MORE ABOUT ENSILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892

MOZE ABOUT ENZTA.G. ANENT the practical results of ensilage, the following account cannot but commend itself to all engaged in dairying. At a conference of dairymen held recently at Adelaide, ,Mr. James Bell gave the result of his experience as follows :--" Having increased the number of silos, owing to tile satisfactory results obtained, he managed to make a saving in the cost of pits. A$ first, the cost was 2Ss. per ton holding capacity, but the last silos costonly 10s. per ton. The saving was ef fected by employing ordinary laborers at ns. per day instead of masons at 15s. per day and making the silo of less costly material. Tihe wheat or oats are cut green, and chaffed at once into the silo. After lying for about a day to settle, more is put in, and then the weights are put on in thebhape of keroseue tins filled with clay. Twoor three men tread natnatt.~.as the silo is being filled. The the milk produces.' r..u.nd outlay is this: cream, the butter sweeter and of beran ier in and...

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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Mea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1892. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892

WITH WHICH IS INCORrORATED PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1S93. O0B CALE-DAR, which we present to our readers to-day, will be found useful for reference during the present year, and we would urge subscribers to paste it in some convenient place. It contains railway time table, railway fares, arrival and delivery of mails, table of distances, and the rainfall for the past three years-the latter having been courteously supplied to us by the Local Observer, the Rev. D. Milne. Tis welcome to Colonel Price and the Mounted Rifles team at the Princess's Theatre on Wednesday evening, the 30th December,- was an exceptionally brilliant demonstration. The day began at Williams town for the Mounted Rifles themselves, and a course of battle firing was gone through with good results. The regiment marched to the theatre in the evening to the music of several bands, and the march through the streets was a prominent feature of the proceedings. Within the theatre all branches of the n...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892

To Corrosondoents. LrrEEs 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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ST. LUKE'S PARSONAGE. LAYING FIRST BLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892

ST. LEE8 'AS PSONAGE. LAYING FIRST BLOCK. PE.RF.cr weathef ushered in the New Year, and helped to make the ceremony of laying the first block of St. Luke's Parsonage an auspicious and effective one. The new building is to occupy the old site in Miller street, and almost ere this is in type the old house will be a thingof the past, as it was sold by auction on the last day of the old year. An awning gay with bunting had been erected on the ground, and at the ap pointed time the Rev. C. H. Barnes began the proceedings by reading Psalm 1I7, "Except the Lord build the house," &c., and offering prayer. Mrs. G. H. Taylor, formerly of Azwarby, was then introduced to an interested audience by the Rev. W. G. Hindley, who said: It was a fitting compliment to pay to Mrs. Taylor, and a fitting thing that she should lay the foundation block of the new parsonage. In the first place, she had known the district for many years ; and in the second place the Taylors, the sons of our guest, wer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892

Xetlbouzno Adveatments. Business and Professional Directory. CAFE AND RESTAURANTS. COFFEE I'AI.ACE. Smith-street, Fitzroy. unsurpassed for Cleanliness and Comfort. Trams from station p.os door. Special attention Country Visitors. Every in formation supplied. lLaths, Billiards, Smoking nud Reading Rooms. Terms exceedintly M1oderate. WMr. SIu~sEEY, Manager. CIIAFF AND GIL\AI MERCIIANTS, AND COMMISSION AGENTS. E. C. ROBEI1TSON & CO., 56 Spencer street. Accouut salesaodcheques rendered rendered. MERRY &S CO., 5?3 Flinders Line west Advances made on all kinds offarmproduce. DAIRY AND FARM PRODUCE MEP.CIIANTS, AND DAIRY COMMISSION AG(ENTS. HOLDERSON & NEILSON, 4S3 Flinders Lane. Trial solicited. Best price obtained for all dairy produce. WOOD & CO., 7 Kig. street. Established 1870. All kinds of dairy produce old on SArLr JIAKEns AND IJPOUTEJM. BLAKELE', IW. IL, I15 Lonsdale.street Sole Agent for H. insston Souns cele brated Saws. Send your old circularsaws ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892

anction& YEA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 8. E: SMITH AN CO. will Offer for Sale, by Special Order, on the above date, on account of Mr. OWEn CAVANAOH, who is leaving the district, The Whole of his lousehold Furniture, AND SUNDRIES. To be Sold at his Cottage, Snodgra~ Street, Tea. THE WHOLE FoR POSITIVE SALE E. SMITH AND CO. YEA. MONTHLY STOCK SALE. FRIDAY,- 4ANUTARY_.8 1892, AT 1 o'ctocK. At the Shire Yards. ABBOTT rAD WILSON will hold their usual Monthly Sale on the above date, when they will Yard a Good Supply of Fat Eullocks and Cows. 3 and 4-year-old Steers and Heifers. Milkers. Springers, aadlYoung Stock. Fat and Store Sheep. Also, Several Good Horses, on account of various owners. OnsR ExnyeEs RECEIrED r OcR M. GEo. F. JoussaroS, HzIGH-STrEr, YEA. ABBOTT AND WILSON, Auctioneers, 415 Bourke-street, Melbourne. ABBOTT AND WILSON, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AND GENERAL AUCTIONEERS, 415 BoWKE-EE-rRET, MEILBOcUo'E. Country Properties always on hand for Sale and To Let. Clearing Out Sale...

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KING PARROT CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892

sG P r 3)OT CR331. (esos OR OWN CnaSPOrNDEsxT.) Tnar picnic which took place on Boxing Day was not a success as a picnic, but the scratch cricket match between Strath Creek and Reedy Creek proved a very even contest. Hilliear, who won the toss from Craig, sent the R.C.'s to the wickets, the last one fil ling for 35 runs, which took nearly two hours to make, Harris and Hilliear be ing very deadly with the ball. Strath responded with 68, of which Hilliear 20, and Harris 16, were the only double figures. Reedy Creek, in their second attempt, put together 63, Hib bins, 24, being top score. The fielding of the Strath team, with one or two exceptions, was wretched, no less than seven -catches-being-missed. Strath required 31 to win, but the innings closed for 28, Reedy Creek thus win ning by two runs. The dance which came offon Monday night week was very enjoyable, and the hall was nicely decorated with ferns. The edibles for both picnic and dance were supplied by Misses Green, Forbes, Hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892

Legal DUFFY and WILKINSON. JOHN GAVAN DUFFY, the sodniing partner of the abare-named firm of Solicitors, and THOMAS EDWARD KING, who has been carrying on the business of the sad firm at Seymour and Kilmore for come -'time past, having entered into Partnership, they will carry on the businees at Seymour and Kilmore, under the style or firn of GA.Cvs DLFrr and KINa. Om?c.S: :.". .1 aY?i l O FOR \ - GAVAN ý )Ii? FY AND KING, -: "-, 's o¢" c, 1 , 1 - ,.Z SDo k.'-? . r-THO3LW " :eRAHAM:., L:u-: '- i A L y N D R A, T ErNTIS l"L?t COUrST. AT YEA, MAY BE CONSULTED Ande sosas CommtEral Hotel, -Tuesday in Each Week. Hours-aPn.l to 12 noon. A E AT i- o . H. csoPnerAs. SOLICITOR, tO0VETANGER, AND OO SOE ARR, flCoagei - oirth -Eatern District Paintin• lo?D on the SIorCAt Not Special Aroangementy having D een male for BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, ATILL COMMENCE BUSINESS on. E'MaGs o c inor the Shaitn te Nhop lately occupied by rr.on DstrvALE, hoping to SOHLCT A FAR SHARE OF D . ' P (r.oAGE. OOTS A SHOES o...

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SOCIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892

SOCIAL MIEETING. At the social meeting in the Shire Hall, at 8 p.m., a large audience assembled. The Incumbent presided, and after prayer spoke of the financial position of the project. The movement, begun less than two months ago, had been warmly taken up by all sorts and conditions of men and women-especially women. He estimated the revenue from all sources to be about £180, and fully expected to have £200--half the cost-ere the close of another month. They still wanted seven promises of £5. Bishop Goe had sent hhn a chequefor£5, and Mr. J. N. Waltonhad sent a kind letter promising the twentieth donation, but thought that the amounts could easily be given by men in the district. The church authorities in Melbourne had dealt very kindly with them, and were pre pared to lend them £200 on the mortgage of the parsonage site. At present they could anticipate no grant-in-aid from the Diocesan Council That willing horse had too many burdens to bear just now. He looked upon the success so...

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THE TEA MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 January 1892

THE TEA ME?EING. At 5 p.m. a tea meeting was held in the Temperance Hall, and the fair attendants were kept busily occupied until about 7.30 p.m., renewing their efforts at a supper after the social meeting in the Shire Hall. The following helped in various ways : Dos?e oses.-1mesdames Ker, T. Wilson, Haslam, Barnes, Galvin, Daley. Dessour, E. G. Wilson, Wall, Martin, Tyrer, Purvis, foks??,ai~ l W. Smith, Purcell, Lewis, liamson, Roberts, anna ,i. Misses G. Wil M'-Kay, Quinlan, Dan. M'Liesh, an ,D. can M'Leish. TanLes.-Mr. J. W. Johnston. AsserAacr.-Meesdames Barnes, Haslam, Airey, Purcell, Martin, E. G. Wilson; Misses Shimmin, Wilson, Langley, Haddon, Wall, Bright, Rae, Fisk, Williamson; Messrs. Martin and A. M'Kay. CnocKErn.-Messrs. T. C. Waddell, E. S. Purcell & Co., and.Lee Gow.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 14 January 1892

TO THE ELECTORS op ANGLESEY. G ENTLEMEN,-I beg to announce my. self as a CANDIDATE for your Constituency at the forthcoming Election. As I am a Native and Resident of the District, I am wel acquainted with its re quirements, and take a deep interest in its progress, as well sa in that of the Colony generally. I desire to state that I am in favor of the DUAL VOTE PRINCIPLE, AN INCREASE OF nre STOCK TAX, AND or RAILWAY REFORM, with a special view to a Policy of CuErPEn Co.srnRoC tss. I shall take an early opportunity of mak ing you further acqmainted with my views, and when the future policy of the Govern ment has been unfolded I shall be prepared to express my opinions regarding it. I am, Gentlemen, Faithfully Yours, . M. K, MKENZIE. January 12, 1892. Y. R. ' Govement AtortiSments. NOTICE. COUJNTY:COURT TOWN Oh YEA. REVISION OF JURY LIST. NOTICE is Heroby Given,--That a Spe. cial Court of Petty Sessions will be holden at the CounT-norsE, Y?A, on TUES DAr, .the 5th day of Arat.; 1892,...

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THE ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 14 January 1892

THE ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting was held during the sitting, all the Councillorf being present. Cr. M'Cormick asked how it was the Bank charged £178 for interest. Pri vate people were allowed 2? .per cent. on current account deposit., and they ought to get the same. President: Our subsidy of £3,000 was, by mistake, paid into the Mel bourne Treasury, instead of being sent on here, and was there for three months before he had found it out. At the be ginning of the year they were largely overdrawn. Cr. Ferguson: Whose fault was it I The late Secretary's, the Treasurer's, or whose I President: It was negligence on the part of two or three people. I heard at Alexandra from Mr. Moon that the subsidy had been paid, and I got the Secretary to write, That's all I know about it. I wasn't President at the time. Cr. MI'Cormick : We ought to claim it from the Public Works Department, if it is owing to their negligence. I see we paid £3 3s. 6d. for exchange. Parties ought to pay exchbange ...

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Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 14 January 1892

Rovised Railway Rasto hNw rates for merchandise, wool, prodnuce, live stock, &c., are published as a supple. ment to the Goecroment Gazette of the 27th August. The rates per bale for wool, not exceeding 4cwt., is 2s. up to 45 miles. From 45 up to 60 miles, 4d. per bale for every 5 miles or part of 5 miles; and from O6 up to 100 miles, 3d. per bale for 5 miles, or part of. 5 miles the latter rates to be clunlative on' the former charge. Cattle or pigs will be conveyed at 9d. per truck per mile, up to 101 miles; &3. per mile to tbe added from 101 up to 150 miles. If over 150 miles, 7d. per truck per mile will be charged for the whole journey. The minimum charge is 20s., with a termital charge of 2s. per truck in addition to the above rates. Horses to be conveyed at the following rates :-Mare, gelding, filly, or entire, under 2 years, ld. per mile; entires, 2 years and over, Is. per mile ; two entires, 2 years and over, belongig to different owners, if carried in one lo...

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