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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Mea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1892. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 14 January 1892

WrrT?wIIW C Is INCORo'ORATEo PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDA Y, JANUARY 14, 1892. . NEWS AN D NOTES. IT was currently rumored on Saturday that Mr. James Campbell had definitely de cidednot to contest Anglesey at the General Election, and it was positively stated that ,Mr: M. K. M'Kenzie, of Reedy Creek, who is said to be a very good speaker, intended coming forward. His address will be found in our advertising columns. He sets forth that he is in favor of the Dual Vote. Stock Tax, and Railway Reform, and states that when the Government policy is unfolded he will enunciate his views thereon. Ms. P. GALs.u?rn, who boasts of a genealogical pedigree which would reach, on fooL-cap, from Lancefield to Melbourne, is mentioned as a third candidate for Dal housie, Mr. Fennelly being one, and Mr. John Gavan Duffy, the sitting member, be ing the third. MANsrIELD must be goingahead. Messrs. Amor and Munro, the enterprising proprie. tors of the Courier, are now publishing it twicea week. The C...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 14 January 1892

MELBOUT'E PRODUCE MARKETS. (FrOao 07 OWN COlRESPOnDE.NT.) lEL.ocnRnE, LSTr ~zcnT. Mlessrs. W. 3l'ILWnRICK and Co. report: CuEe?E.--Supplies coming forward freely;: market quiet; prime matunrd, id up to Sd per lb.; medium and good, Std to 4d d; inferior lower. IltrrnE.-Potted: Large supply; market firm; prime new weekly, in good condition, 7d1 to Sd ; medium and good, 5d to (ld ; in Serior lower. Fresh: Usual supply and market finn at late rates; best dairies, Si to 9jd; good ordinary and lump, Gi6d to 7id; inferior lower. Enc..-l 0d per dozen. Po1LTury.-- larket firm for prime birds; turkeys, 5s to 10s (ld, according to sex and size; geese, 4s td to 5s tl ; ducks, 3s to 4s; fowls, 2s 3d to 5s. Hos?-.--Garden, 3!d to 4d. Beeswax, 10Jd per lb.

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THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 14 January 1892

THE WOOL .MARKET. Messrs. DAL?mETY and CossrA.-, LaxrrE', report on the Ilth January: We resumed our. wool sales to-day after the Christmas holiday, and we submitted a catalogue of 3.400 bales, to a full attendance of buyers. Competition was very active for all good wools, but occasionally irregular for inferior qualities. We sold:-D. T. Grif. fith's clip from Mansfield, to 71d for come back; G. Leech's, from Yea, to Sid; W. Lade's, Alexandra, 7id for fleece, 71d for lambs'; A. ~l'Martin's, Alexandra, 71d; Jas. Payne's, Flowerdale, 7id; E. Rasche's, Terrip Terrip, Sd for crossbred; F. F. Popple's, Alexandra, 7d ; Chaffe and Car ecr's, Acheron, 712 for crossbred ; W. He fernan's, Terrip Terrip, 7d1; J. Black's, Dropmore, 7~d ; D. Mitchell's, Dueran, 7 d; L 3'Lachlan's, l.stield, 7d for cross bred; G. Waterson's, Darlingford, 7}d; C. L Sawers and Son's, Darlingford, lid for crossbred; Peter Dunn's, Cathkin, to 71d for ewes; W. Bird's, .erton, to Sld for crossbred, Td for merino; T. Sp...

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KING PARROT CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 14 January 1892

ZnT ABoT 0333L A nprxtsn was held recently in the Spring Valley State School to consider the Creamery project, which takes precedence of all matters of local interest here. Mr. James Evans occupied the chair, and in an explanatory speech spoke in glowing terms of the many advantages resulting from the establishment of Batter Factories, and of the capital facilities this locality held out for a Creamery. lie urged the great ad vantages accruing from producers being shareholders, and stated that one of the objects of the meeting was to decide with which of the two neighboring factories of Yea and Broadford the promoters should connect themselves. Communications from both these companies were read, specifying terms of connection. It was ultimately de cided to join in with Broadford, which seems strange, considering the advantages offered by the Yea Dairy Company. The machinery for the Strath Creek Creamery was at Broadford to-day (Wednes day), and will be at the Strath on Thursday or F...

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

OTA L LIQUEUT. WZISXT. The Best Imported. INSIST ON GETTING IT. OChurches. ST. LUKE~S CHURCH, YEA. ýTHE REV. C. H. BARNES will conduct I Divine Service at the above Church on Sunday morning and evening next; also at MIolesworth in the afternoon. Holy Communion at afternoon service. HIr. J. T. Daley at Ghin Ghin in the afternoon. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. THE Rev. D. 3IILNE will conduct Divine Service (D.V.) in the above Church next Sabbath at Yea, morning at it o'clock, and in the evening at 7.30. In the afternoon at Homewood, at 3 o'clock. SAvZ MOEr by sending to Lincoln, Stuart and Co., Limited, 238 Flinders street, Melbourne, the largest tailoring establishment in the city. They will post to yo free on application samples of tweeds and instructions for self-measurement A really good serviceable all - wool suit to measure for 42s.; try them.-{Anvr.] .,

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Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 14 January 1892

Dopartro aAnd Arival of Maila. MAILS close and arrive at the Yea Post Office at the undermentioned hours: CLOSO AT YEA POR-- A .M. P.M.: clb ouro... 1 .8 6 Tellarook ... . 8.. ..6 Doogalook.. .. .I'- 6 Molesworth ... ... 11 Gobur ... ... Yarok .. .. ~. 11 ? Alexandra... .. ... 11 8" 3Murrindindi . .. 12 10 Flowerdale 12 10 0 M'Leish's . 12 10 Holden's ... 10 Murphy's .. . .. 12 1 EECEIV ED AT YEA FO31- A.M. P.M. Tallarook .. .. 1 30 0 30 lelbourne.. .. I 30 930 'Doogalook... 1 30 "Molesworth Yarek ...' "." ... 6 Alexanodra... . 8 30 6 . Murriodind . 1 30 Flowerdale . I 30 M'Leish's . ...... 1 30 Underwood'. .. 30 Devlin's .. ... e 130 Holden's 130 Murphy's ... .. 130

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

Railway FarOs. 1xt G(Irsn. ° .I (u.. O Sin. IRetlSin. Rct S.D.D. D...S.D. S. D. Yea to Homewood ...I 011 60 8 1 0 ,, Kerrisdale ...2 0?3 01 4 2 0 ,,Tallrook .. 4.o06 02 s 4 0 ,, Seymour ... 1017 31. 35 0 ,Melbourne ...13 3000 013 6 YeatosCheviot . 10 81.O00 5 0 8 ,, Molesworth ... 110L, 1 1 3 2 0 ,,. Alexandra R'd.3 04 h 0 3 0 Yea to Cathkin 2 4 1 7 2 6 , Yarek .. 2104 31 11 30 ., erton .. 4 107 33 3 5 0 Maiidample ... 311 0,4 9i 7 3 Mansfield ... 8 913 3 .9 8 9

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Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 14 January 1892

RailaWy Timo Tablo. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURnE. S Single Fare '? .?llI d t. 2id. AlexandraRoaddep. 6 00 5 10 - Cithkln ' ... 7 2052 0 0. Mlolesworth ... 7 30 5351 0 9 Balham .... - . I10 3 Che?iot ... 7 6 1 24 I 7 ' dep. 825 6 30 - Romewood .. S.5 6 0 2 7 Kerrisdale ... . 9 37 141 3 .1 Trawool ... ... 9 20 715 5 10 3 11 ' arr. 9 5730 7 04 9 Tallarookt ...{ Ex. Rp. dop. 1020 8 - StLO?omL.E TO AiLebASADA RosD. Sighle Fare PaIn It. .ss lno . Melbourne.. dep. Tallarookt ... S, . 3 Trawool , 1...? .. 40 I P::" Kerodalle 11.. 1 H 411 31 7: Homriood?-?.. 3 301 ? S' Yea pfm Chdviot ... ..12 493 9 3 Balhano ... ... 0 6 Molesworth .. 12 4 15 .10 3 Cathkin ... 51 215 "010 3 ",3 Alexandra Road ... 20 416 3'11 0. SStops when required to pick up or set down'paasengem SChange trains at Tallarock. CATUKINS TO 1MANSIELD. I' Stations. 581 93 Cathkin d. A 1 68S 97 Yarck... . , . 7 50 1.15 S 11014 Kanumbra 8.. '. 8 50 1085 108 Morton .. 8 35 2 0 973114. Woodfield ... , . " ) : 25118 Blonnie Doon... . ...

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

Xelbcxan Avertisements. Business and. Professional Directory. CAFE AND RESTAURLANTS. 'COFFEE PALACE. Smith-street, Fitzroy, unsurpassed for Cleanliness and Comfort. Tranms from.station pass door. Special attention Country Visitors. Every in formation supplied. Baths, Billiards, Smoking and PReading Rooms. Terns exceedingly Moderate. 1W3t. Sutu.ly, Manager. CHAFF AND GRAIN IMERCIIANTS, AND CoMMussioN AGENTS. E. C. ROBERTSON & CO., 56 Spencer street. Account salesandcheques rendered rendered. MERRY & CO., 53,C Flinders Lane west. Advances madeon all kinds offarm produce. D.AIRY AND FARM PRODUCE M[ERCIIANTS, AND DAIRY COmitSSIOs AGENTS. HOLDERSON & NEILSON, 4S3 Finders Lane. Trialsolicited. Bestpriceobtained for all dairy produce. WOOD & CO., 3C King-street Established 170. All kinds of dairy produce sold on commission. SAw MAKERS AND IMPORTERS. BLAKELEY, W. H., 115 Lousdale-street --.So Agefit for i. Disston Son's cele brated Saw. Send your old circular...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 14 January 1892

MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. FAT Snear.-The market was heavily supplied, 3:.000 having been yarded. For best descriptions, which were sparingly re. presented, the demand was fairly sustained. Prime choice lots of merino wethers realised full prices. For the great bulk, which, however, scarcely came within the range of tradP requirements, the demand was dull -.'mand drasg g..rwiLh a decided tendency in favor of buyoers, a clearance being with difficulty effected at much lower rates. Prime crossbred wethers, from 10s to ls 6d; prime crossbred ewes, from 7s Gd to 8s 6d; prime merino wethers, from 9s to 10s; extra prime and heavy do. do., from I0s 6l to 12s; good merino wethers, from 7s Gd to Ss 6d ; middling and inferior, from 5s to Gs Gd; prime merino ewes, from 5s to Gs; extra me. rino ewes, from 6s Gd to 7s; others, from 3s 6d. FAT Lan.s.-The supply proved largely in excess of requirements, 12,500 having been penned, consequently the demand was inactive. Choice prime lambs were sparingl...

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YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 14 January 1892

TEA IZIZE 00OONOZL. SArTiaDO, JANUARY 9. TnE usual monthly meeting was held on Saturd4y. Present: Crs. Scale (President); -M'Cormick, Underwood, Webster, Vondon, Ferguson, Carver, Richards, aid Quinlan. A IUNICIPAL VISIroR. Cr. Rusell, of the Hawthorn Borough C6uncil, was accommodated with a seat at the table, on the motion of Cr. M'Cormick, seconded by Cr. Carver. CORRESPONDENCE. From Robert Hook, Crown Lands Bailiff and Forester, Healesville, stating that he had a small selection at Uran ton, on theAcheron River, but could not get intc it for want of a bridge. The President said that portion of the Shire lied been annexed to Healesville, but the dociments had gone astray. From Janes Rivett, Jolhn M. Rivett, and James Rivett, jun., asking the Council to cetain £4 18s., £5 15s., and £3 3s., dueto them by Angus M'Kay. -As no orders were forthcoming, Mr. Rivett was told to arrange with the contractor-for,an.order. From Peter Chisholm, Kobyboyn, stating that he understood the Council h...

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

-DUFFY and WILKINSON. jORHN GAVAN DUFFY, the surviviog *.J partner of the abpre-named firm of Solidtors. and THO.YAS EDWARD KING, who'has been rrry4Og on the business of the said firm at Seysmoon and Kilmore for some imt past, having entered into Partnership, they will carry on the business at Seymour and Kilhnore, under the style or firm of GAVsA Dryer ined KINr. OF?iron : TALLAROOK-STREET, SEYMOUR, AND SD?n 7 TREIrT, KILnmORF. CG.VAN. DIJFFY AND KING, SOLICITORS, &c., SEYMOIOUR AND KILMORE. ?.. KIAe Ar'ND~ AT Ke.MORE EVERY "1n"ILRDAY. THOMAS GRAHAM. B.L., SOLICITOR, ALEXAN DRA, A TTENDS ALL COURTS AT YEA, MAY BE CONSULTED AT Andeeson's Commercial Hotel, oN Tuesday in Each Week. Hours: 9 -mn. to 12 noon. T+ AT Yea-Mn. A. H. SNooninxss. MR. JOHN JACKSON, S.$C, E.':.) SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER, AND PROCTOR, ': TTENDS at theCaledonianHotel, YEA, Event TeESDAY. All Courts,in the North-Fastern District Attended when Retained. .Pnsa?zTst ADDErFs: GILtNT-SREET, ALLnNDILa. AGFrNT AT Y...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 14 January 1892

Death. McLEISH.—On the 9th January, at his parents' residence, Walton-place, Yea,   John Sloan, fourth dearly beloved son   of Daniel and Grace McLeish, aged 23 years. Deeply regretted.

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Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 January 1892

Povised RailWay Wto. -Neov rates for merchandiee , wool, produce, live stock. &c., are published as a supple lileet to the Gorcrnmenea Creltte of the 27th August. S.The rates per bale for wool, not exceedling 4cwt., is 2s. up to 13 mies. From 45 up to 60 miles, 4d. per ble for every 5 miles or part of 5 miles; and from i0i up to 100 miles, 3d. per bale for a miles, or part 'f 5 tiiles the latter rnats to be cumulative ons tihe former eharg " Cattle or pigs will he conveyed at 9d. per track per mile, up to 101 miles: Sl. pler mile to be added fraom 101 up to 150 miles. If ever 450 miles, 7d1. per track per mile will be clharged for tle whole jeurney. The minimum charge is 20s., with a terminal charge of 2s. per truck in addition to the above rates. horses to be coveyeCd at the following rates :--Mare, gelding, illy, or eutire, uander 2 years, 6d. per mile; entires, 2 years and over, Is. per mile; two entires, 2 years anl over, belonging to different owners, if carried in one ...

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YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 January 1892

YEA SZIBe.BZZOUZ0L. SATURDAY, JANUARY 9. THE usual monthly meeting was held on Saturday. Present: Cra. Scale (President), M'Cormick, Underwood, Webster, Condon, Ferguson, Carver, Richards, and Quinlan. CORRESPONDENCE. From the United Shire of Metcalfe, asking the Council to send a delegate to the Melbourne Town-hall on Wed nesday, 27th inst., to discuss the best methods to'be adopted for the destruc tion of foxes.-No action. From John M'Mahon, Dropmore, asking if the accounts for last election had been passed, and if so, would the President see that his cheque was posted. AN OLD CLADIs TO BiE SETTLED. From Gavan Duffy and King, solici tors, stating (without prejudice) that Mr. O'Connor was prepared to settle the matter-in dispute upon the follow ing conditions :-The Council to pay £15 dainages and £5 5s. costs, arid to construct a draii lft. Sint. deep and 12ft. wide at the top to carry off the surplus water; and their -client would" enter into a deed of'indemnity, keeping the Counc...

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The Yea Sub-Treasury. ACCOUNTS FOR PAYMENT. S. Dessour. LEASES FOR DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 January 1892

The Ys Sub TreabsurT ACOUSNY FOR PAYSSEAT. S. Dessor. LEASES FOR DELIVRY. Ll Wentworth J. Sorraghan R. Williama S. L Robins W. Hicks T. 31'Fadden J. T. Gill J. Williamson I. J. Gill 31. A. Williamson ML J. Berry i. Aldous CROWS GRANTS FOR DELIVERY. Donald M'Gillivray D. Bruce T. J. M'Leish J. Turnbull LEASES FOR EXECUTION. H. Coonan S. W. Moore J. Gilbert IW. E. Gill G. R. Nah A. Forbes LICENCES FOR DELIVERY. F. Petersen W. C. Hunter M. Coonan W. Lawrence AL T. M'Cormick W. H. Morgan J. Corcoran (2) H. Martin P. Green (2) J. Doherty E. Morgan R. Viuning - Sampson - Allan S. Desonr Gotch and Chrystal J. H. Chrystal A. J. Finlay u. Tyrer (2) R. T. Bassett H. Hobart Jane Evans J. Commerford Jas. Finlay (2) M. M'Asey Thos. Gaunt

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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. TUESDAY, 19TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 January 1892

MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. TUESDAY, 19"r JANIUARY. FAT SuEEr. - 0,000 yarded. The supply proved considerably in excess of require ments Owing to the hot weather and the trade having sheep on hand, there was a general indisposition on the part of buyers to operate. A few extra prime and heavy wethers sold at full quotations. Good to prime qualities were fully represented, and for such sales were with difficulty effected at from 6d to Is per head under last week's tes; a further downan rd tendency being i..?l cl nmiddlingand inferior descrip tions. Some large lots were turned out un sold. Prime crossbred wethers, from 10s to lls6d; afew extra prime and heavy do., 128 to 14s; prime crossbred ewes, 7s 6d to 9s; do. merino wethers, 8s to 9s; extra prime and heavy merino wethers, 10s to lls 6d; good merino wethers, 6s 6d to 7s 6d; middling and inferior, 5s to 6s; prime merino ewes, 5s to 6s; extra merino ewes, to 6s 6d d; others, from 3s. FAT LAns.-11l,000 were penned. The demand was exceed...

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DAIRY CATTLE AND PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 January 1892

DAIRY CATTLE AND PIGS. M~ZssS. AmOTrr A?D Wnsoos report: DArmY CarrL.--(15th January): There was a full supply yarded, consisting equally of all classes Prices for all sorts maintained late rates, except for milkers, which showed a decline on late quotations. We quote: First-class cows, with calves at foot, from £8 to £10 10s; good do., from £5 10s to £7 5s; medium and inferior, £4 5s to £1 15s; springers, £3 5s to £7 2s Gd; store cow, £1 5s to 2 5s. Young stock same as late dull rates. Pl 3I.RrtrT.-(14th Jan.): There was c small supply of suckers and store pigs penned, for which the competition was good, prices showing an advance on former rates. Porkers, a good supply, prices improved, and keen competition throughout. Bacon pigs were a heavy drag, and prices showed no imprevement on late rates. We quote: Suckers, to 14s Gd; stores, 13s 8~ to 25s Gd; porkers, from 3d to 5.d per lb., extra well fed, to 6cd; baconers, the same as last week's quotations.

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THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 January 1892

THE WOOL MARKET. MfEsuss. Yo?Ncnucs.ND and CosPASr, L?rurms, report on the 13th Jannary: We held our usual weekly sale of wool to day, when a catalogue of 623 bales was sub mitted. The attendance of buyers was up to its accustomed limit, and biddings were very brisk, especially for greasy wools of all classes, which are somewhat firmer since the Chistmas holidays. Scoured wools on the other hand have not shared in this improve ment, and values to-day are comparatively not so good as those current last month. No washed wools of importance were offered, hbut in secenred KF over Merton, from the North-Eastern District, was sold at 151d, 14}d being paid for the super. crossbred of the same brand. THE NEw ZYAiAND LoAN AND MEsCA.s TILE AGCuCY COMPANY, LIMIrTED, report on the 14th January : We offered 5,700 bales wool at ourauction to-day, and had a brisk sale at late rates. Greasy sold up to Il1d, and scoured to 15d. We have sold about 5,000 bales during the past week. To-day, we sold Run...

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CRICKET. ALEXANDRA V. YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 January 1892

COICEET. ALEXANDRA V. YEA. Tor return match between the above clubs was played at Yea on Saturday last. There was a large muster of spectators, and a good deal of interest was taken in the contest. Owing to the lawn tennis match, which took place in the morning, and in which some. members of both teams took part, play did. not commence until 2.30 p.m. Burns cap tained the home team, and Stillman the visitors, and the former winning the toss, took the wickets. Burns and Grantham were the first to bat, but the latter fle Earnard's third ball pass him, which got his hails, and Yea's stonewaller was sent back without scoring. Barrett was the next to join his captain, and added 10 runs, when he fell a victim to Barnard. Maynard, who came next, totted up 17 in fine style, and. Robinson followed with 1G to his credit. Wild then filled the vacant crease, and runs came rapidly ; but just as he had placed 2p to his credit, he was bowled by Robinson. Shortly after this, Barns, whose batting wa...

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