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ENSILAGE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 January 1892

ENSILAGE IN SOU'T£ AUSTRALUA. TO TIIE EDrTOUs OF TIlE CIRONICLE. .SI,-Re Esrsilage.-Thousands ,of pounds na easily be..wasted in a small district, through going on the wrong track. Recently, while in South Australia, I saw how to store green food cheap. There were about 0? acres of lucene, and when ready-that is, just in flower-a horse-mower cut it, and it was then simply put in a stack about 20 feet square, with an iron pipe standing upright, in the middle. Down this pipe a ther mometer was dropped occasionally, and whenevei the temperature rose over 1:O degrees, more weight (posts, &e) was put on, which checked further rise. The stack, when I saw it, was about 6 feet high, and showed three layers of lucerne-another one just being placed on. The soil of this fauns was only medium, but on 100 acres there \ were about 100 milch cows, fat as butter.' , This was an irrigation farm--water being pumped by an engine abouut 40 fee' oirnp , ?-eeral toni per week of lucerne was sold,...

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Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 January 1892

SsaiRo?s.o ailwsy R.ates. !E~rskatet formerehandise, wool, proeuc,, live stock, ke., are published as a supple mtent to the Gorcrunmen Gazette of the 27th ugisust. . Tiso rptes per bale for wool, not exceddlng' 4·ct.?is 2s. up to 45 miles. ?rom 45 up to' 00 miles, 4d. per bale for every 5.miles.bor. part of 5 miles; and from o0 up to 100 miles,. Sd. per bale for 5 miles, or part of- miles the latter rates to be cumulative on the forrmer charge. - {Cattle or pigs will be conveyed at id. per truck per. mile, up to 101 miles; .3d. pr. emile to be added from 101up to 150 milne. If over 150 miles, id. per trutk per milewill" be eharged for the whole journey. The minimum charge is 20s., .~th a terminuai - charge of 2s. per truck is additios to the above'rates. Horses to be conveyed at the follo nin- rates :-Mare, gelding, filly, or eiitire, fhder' I 2 years, 6d. per epile; entires, 2 years and over, Is. per mile ; two entires, 2 years and boer, belongiog to diflerent owners, if carried in...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. TUESDAY, 26TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 January 1892

C03ýeORAL. MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. TueDAY, 2(TII JANUARY. FAT SEErE.-Only 20,000 yarded. The supply was much lighter than those of the pEst two weeks, which were unusually heavy. The recent cool change in the weather had a marked influence on the tone of the market, and in consequence of the moderate supply the demand was brisk throughout, with an upward tendency. and a ready clearance was effected of all those suited to trade require Iments at fully lid per head higher than last week's rates. Very few crosshredsforward. Prime crosslred wethers, from 0l toI s lid; prime crossbred ewes, Ss to 9s 6d; prime merino wethers, 8s 6d to Os 6id; extra prime and heavy do. do., Ils to I1s ld; good nmerino wethers, 7s to 8s; middliog and in ferior do. do., from 3s: prime merino ewes, 5s to s ; a few extra, from Gs Ol to ts 3d; others from 3s. FAT LA~ns.-The supplywasshorterthan nsual, only 7,000 having been penned. A favorable chamnge in the weather esused an improved demand throughout. For al...

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POLITICAL JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 January 1892

70 ZTICAL "7OTTI:C-GS TE?r candidates for the Anglcsey Cup are now in acti training. Mr. M'Kenzie ad dressed a muating at Seymour on Thursday, and at Avwhel on Friday, Mr. A. W. Wallder pre lingat the former, and Mr. C. E. Wallder the latter meeting. Accord ing to the Seymour Express reports, a motion proposed by Mr. J. Baker, seconded by Mr. F. Batten, that Mr. M'Kenzio was a fit and propir person to represent them in Parliament, oas declared carried at Sey mor, althoughboly a third of those present, the audience being described as large and representative voted one way or the other. At Avneel, a ?milar vote, proposed by Mr. Brumby, secorsied by Mr. WVilliams, only elicited four otes in its favor, and six against, out of ibout 80 persons present. Mr. M'Kenzi addresses a meeting at the Yea Shire Halite-morrow night, when it is to be hoped heswill be. accorded a fair and imlpartial hearirý. Every man who aspires to any public petition is entitled to be heard. Full, fair, and fee disc...

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CATTLE DUFFING AND SHEEP STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 January 1892

gATTLE DU7FTG ATD EEE TZALaTNG. VAGUE rumors have been loating around this district for months past as to cattle duffing and sheep stealing. Mr. J. Ml'CoawAci, of Balham Hill, informs us that he has lost 50 sheep since the shearing, although no public road is enclosed in his property, and qMr. DUNCAN M1'RA;, whose holding includes the old Whanregarwen Sta tion, lost 40 fat sheep which he turned into a paddock to fatten after shearing; while Mr. JA?MEs DosU was 200 short at the shearing. From Flowerdale and Ghin Ghin we hear similar complaints. It is high time graziers and sheep farmers met together to concert measures for their mutual protection, and to put down these robberies. A substantial reward, which the Govern ment would probably supplement, would soon put an end to them. If a levy of jd. to Id. per head on sheep, and 3d. to. 6d. per head on cattle, could be agreed upon, a fund would thus be formed that would last for some years. If the money were not required, it could be re...

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SKINS AND BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 January 1892

SKINS AND BARK. MEss . D,?xu.mr and Co?PA?'Y, Limited, report on the 20th January: FUISED Ssoas.-Kangaroo have slightly recovered the late drop in prices, we quote: Kangaroo, large and superior, to 2s 9d per lb.; medium, Is 3d to is 9d: brush, Is 9d to Is; small, 3d to 9d; wallaby, larýe skins, to Is; do. small, Gd to d ; rabbit, firsts, to Sd; medium, 3d to d ; inferior and kittens, Id to 2d; opossum, firsts, up to 6s per don.; seconds, loto Is 6d; mountain, 10s to ISs; bear, 2s to 4s per dozen. We would advise our constituents to paint or powder all sorts of skins now. as the weevils are very prevalent and very destructive. Bam.-Suoperior bundled blaek wattle bark, £7 to £8 10s per ton ; medium, £3 to £4 per ton; superior chopped bark, £7 Os to £8 10s per ton; ground bark, of approved brands and samples, up to £10 per ton; special brands to £10 12a 6d per too.

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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1892. WATER SUPPLY FOR YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 January 1892

ýh iJ c dhrouickc. WIIT WnICH IS INCORPORATED PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TIIURSDAY, JANUARY _8, 1892. WATER STLhT 70 TEA? AT the request of a number of our readers, we publish ii extenso to-day Messrs. HODGso. and SlITHr's report, which was recommended to the Shire Council by the Chief Engineer of Water Supply as the most practicable of those sent iT. In his report to the Council, MIr. StansT MunJSRAr said: "The scheme seems to be a good one, capable of giving a supply of good water, sufficient to meet all reasonable requirements; and by the provision of a storage basin at some suitable point above the off-take, of providing for the wants of Yea, even were it to grow to many times its present dimensions. It will be well, however, to add that it is not, and does not purport to be, any thing more than a strictly urban supply." Whatever may be the present outcome of the scheme of reticulation from the Railway Tank, we do not look upon it as being at all likely to be permanent, and to al...

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THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 January 1892

THE WOOL MARKET. THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCAx. n.L A.sENC? Co.r.Asr, LIMITED, report on the 21st January: At our last sale we offered a catalogue of 5.67 hales, to a foil attendance of buyers, who competed with great spirit forevery lot. Our sales since our last report amount to 4,697 bales. At our next sale on the 2Sth January, we will offer some 4,000 bales, and as there is a somewhat better feeling ruling, we hope to make a satisfactory clearance.

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Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 January 1892

DeOat3ro and Aival1 of Mails. iAltas .close and arrive at the Yea Post SOffice at the undermeutioned liors:. ' to AT-T AOR- A.M. P.M. Melbourne. ...t.... . 8.- 6r lallarook ... .i" 8 ! , : 6, Dooglook "ý ' 6 3foles-"orth Gobur .:.. ... L'. - Y'arck ... ... .. 11, - Ale andra ... . ..1 3 Murrindindi 12 10 Flowerdale '12 12 10 M Leish's .. 12 0 i. Underwood's ... :;.12 10 - Mnrpbi..P.T.. y'P fiI1 10 ' ." 4 iRECEIVED AT YEA. FROM-. A,31. P? . Melbourne..... 11 30 9 30 Doogalook... 1130 Mlolesworth ... ... - Gobur .. ... . Murrindindi a. , 1 30 Flowerdale . .. a 1 30 M'Leish's ..; . ... .. ' 130 Underwood's ., ,; 1 30 Deuliy's ... . urHolden's ..* .. . '"1 30 Murphy's .... .... .. 1 30

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 January 1892

Legal. DUFFY and WILKINSON. TOHR GAVAN DUFFY, the surviving S n-artner of the abase-named firm of Solicitors, and THOMAS EDWARD KING, who has been irrying on the business of the said firm it Seymour and Kilmore for some time past, having entered into Partnership, they will carry rn the business at Seymour and Rilhnore, under the style or firm of GAvAL D?rrT and Kit.c. TALLAR00K-STREET, SEYMOUR, AND SYNcSr-sarR.rr, KoLMOsnE. ln. KL'ea Coun:sseeePr. son TAKING ArFVIDAVrrT SEYMOUR AND KILMORE. Mn. KRsc, Aryse ArT KIL.MOrE E-Ea?Y Tues?,DAY. THOMAS GRAHAM, B.L., SOLICITOR, ALEXANDRA, ATTENDS ALL COURTS AT YEA, MAY BE CONSULTED Anderson's Commercial Hotel, ON Tuesday in Each Week. Hours: 9 a.m. to 12 noon. AG?T AT YET--Mu. A. H. Ssonictss. IMR. JOHN JACKSON, S.S.C., Esc.) SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER, AND PROCTOR, A TTENDS at the Caledonian Hotel, YEA, All Conrts in the North-Eastern District Attended when Retained. IErasAEaT Anessus: GsNt.-SrBEET, ALEXANDRA. AGENT AT YEA: MR. J. H. ROSE. Busic...

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Railway Fa[?]s. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 January 1892

FRO Ret Sin. Sn. Ret. · tD'.ls n. S n. S. D. Yeato Homewood .1 610 S 1 0, ;; `Kerrisdale 03 14 2 0; ., Tallarook ... 4 0 8 '4 0 : Seymour . 4 107 113 5 0 , Melbourne '..13 30 0? 013 6 Yea toCheriot 0 .. 6 01 0 5. i ,Moldswaorth".. " 102.911 3 2 O0 ,,AlexaudraR'l. 3 0 (4 02 3 0 'eatoCathkinuo ... ' 43 l 61 - - S Yarek ... 2 1014 31 1 3 0 ..Merton ... 4.107 3 5.0. , Maimdamplt... 7' 311 04 9 7 , 'Mansfield .. 8 91135, . S 9

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Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 January 1892

Railway Timo Table._° SALEXA?DuA ROAD To: M.LBoDUilS?.`' SingleFare: S Mixd Mind 'lat.` 2nii Cathkin.... 7.2 5 ' 0 0 3?bolwsti?e; ':.o 7 '351 o1 0 Balham . 1 10 1 Chetviot . 3 ''G' 12 " 4 Yea . ar, S 106 15 3 10 ' S ;dep. 8'25 6 30 2 Homewod .... 8 45 4 310 ' . Kerrisdale.... 0. 9?j 7 1.4 10 3 3 Travool 9 "0 l 5 103 1 Taroot IExp I Exp. S dep. 10 20 8 -- - Melbourne ...._.. arr. llt 59.45 1 '3 1:'; ,-, ; . " " " .1.31. P.N . S. 01.5.101. Melbourne dep 7 40 520 1 T.,"ook+ (, Gfarr/ 922 7 430l 16 3 Traw..oolT ;"l d105 1 84010 6 7 Kerriadal . ;.11 15. 8,113 7 Hoime{ood.. ... II 3 9 101 3 8, " S . arr.lr 1 2 55 1 953 "0 :, " :dp.,' 5 " - Cheviot . ... ...12:19 9 49113 I) 9 3, Baloai :- : 14 3 0 Mlolesworth -'1245 10 S 15 '130 3 Catlkini :. 1 ..' 5510 . 3 10 Alextindra Road 't.. 2510 45116 31n0; 'S ops;when reqired to pick p or at t, Change trains'ptTallaroek::. ; CATIIHKI TO 1FA~srEi o . Stations. ,' ; O97 Yark..., , . ... 750 1 1 58811011 Kam bra .:.:... :.. 8, 50 10851082 iMeto ' . .....

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FARM AND DAIRY NOTES. COBDEN BUTTER FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 January 1892

FARM AND DAIRY NOTES. COBDEN BUTTER FACTORY. Tns Cobden Butter Factory, together with the afiliated creameries, is at present turning out about four tons of butter weekly. By the next steamer leaving Melbourne a consignment of 7.5 tons will be sent to the London market. As can be imagined, Mr. Findlow and his three assistants are kept busy from morning till night. The machinery, &c., is working ad mirably. BUTTER FACTORY AT TATONG. Good progress has been made with the erection of the butter factory at .Tatong, on Holland's Creek, in the Benalla district. It is expected that in a few days the factory will be ready for the reception of milk, and as a large area of land in the vicinity is well adapted for dairying purposes the new establishment should have a prosperous career before it. BUTTER FACTORY AT ALEXANDIRA Steps are being taken to form a butter factory company at Alexandra, and a representative meeting, having in view the furtherance of the object, was held in the Shir...

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KING PARROT CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 January 1892

f QFArP.AOT CELL (rno3T OUR ow conncSPONDEncT.) A OTHERc meeting of shareholders and person interested in the Creamery at Spring Valley, was held in the local school last week. Mr. J. Evans occupied the chair. The business before the meeting was the election of collectors, and Messts. G. H. and J. J. Evans were duly elected. Messrs. J. Evans and H. G. Carver were appointed to act in the capacity of general treasurers, all monies due to be paid in by the 29th inst. Mr. E. S. Purcell, as representative of the Yea Company, explained that the Creamery would not be erected this season. If the Creamery is ready to receive milk early next Spring, there is no doubt but what it will receive the support of all the farmers in Spring Valley. Considerable excitement was caused in the district when it became known that a bush fire was destroying the grass and fences of Messrs. Doherty and Ferguson. After being watched carefully for three days, it gave up the ghost. Fortunately, the damage done wa...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 January 1892

N3EWS 8 TD NOTES. ArrPLICAToss for a share of the grant for Free Libraries must be sent in not later than the 1Sth February. MR. C. M. HALL, dentist, will visit Yea on Saturday next, and may be consulted at Mr. A. I. Churchus' pharmacy. THE annual meeting of Parishioners of St. Luke's Parochial District will be held at the church to-morrow (Friday) evening at 8 o'clock. A sALE of land, contractor's plant, &c., in the insolvent estate of Andrew M1'Kay, will be held to-morrow at Trawool, by Messrs. Abbott and Wilson. U.snER date of 19th January, Messrs. E. S. Purcell, C. Davey, F. W. Fetch, P. W. Conlan, and J. D. Webster, jun., are gazetted as a Committee of Management of the Yea Recreation Reserve. A MEMORLAL service in connection with the death of the Duke of Clarence was held at St. Luke's Church on Sunday evening. The churchl, was draped for theoceasion, and the Cathedral use was followed in the service. The Rev. C. H. Ilarnes delivered an appropriate sermon from Matthew ...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] CR. CONDON AND THE RATE-COLLECTOR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 January 1892

LETTERS TO TEE EDITOR. [We do not bold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discurssion or public topics invited, but personalities. cannot be permitted.} CR. CONDON AND THE RATE COLLECTOR. TO TISI mDITOR OT TLE CIRONICLE. SIR,-In your last issue appears a letter, signed William Anderson, in which that gentleman would make it appear that I made certain statements at the council-table knowing them to be untrue. Now. Sir, I believe the readers of the CIIROnlCLE will accept my wordl for truthlfulness, just as readily as they would Mr. William Andler son's. The facts are thece: On the 20lth December, during a conversution with Mr. Anderson, at his residence, I asked if he hail paid his rates. He said he had riot. I inlquired if the Rate-collecteorhad called on hiltn. Hc-msi- no. lie hlad-lsLA?reTifliiin?;. Mr; Anderson is perfectly correct when hie srys he told rme, previous to ny enterinig' the hruoeil-ciamber oc the Ots ist., trhat he hril paid Iris rates, but he did no...

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WATER SUPPLY FOR YEA. MESSRS. HODGSON AND SMITH'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 January 1892

W.LTER SUEPLY PO$ YEA. MESSRS. HODGSON AND SMITH'S REPORT. TiE following is the report which Mr. Stuart Murray, Chief Engineer of Water Supply, recommended for the £60 offered by the Yea Shire Council for the best scheme for a Water Supply for the Township of Yea: Report on a Proposed Scheme of Wnater Supply for the Township of Yea. The President and Councillors, Shire of Yea. GExTLrUES?E--In response to your adver tisement, we have the honor to submit our views on a Water Supply Scheme for your Township. The most important conditions to be ful filled are the following:-Quality, Quantity, and Pressure, iu addition to which the scheme must of course be Financial. As to quality, we can at present only judge by appearances, and by information we have obtained respecting some analysis which were made some years since. In order to speak positively on the subject it would be necessary to have careful chemical and bacteriological examinations made, and before any scheme is finally adopted,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 January 1892

3ELBOURy' OmoatB. To- and Professional FAr So Directory. supply psttsAFE AND RESTAUIRANTS. The ,E PALACE. Smith-stret, Fitzroy, marhrpassed for Cleanliness and Comfort. andirs from station pass door. Special theention Country Visitors. Every in srnrmation supplied. Baths, Billiards, Smoking and Reading Rooms. Terms exceedingly Moderate. Wmi. Ss£LL.E, Moanager. CHAFF AND GRAIN MERCIIANrI, AND CoMMIssION AI(; TS. E. C. ROBERTSON & CO., 56 Spencer street Account sales and chclues rendered rendered. MERRY & CO., 533 Flinders Lane west. Advances madeonallkindsoffarmproduce. DAIRY AND FARM PRODUCE MERCHANTS, AND DAIRY COMMISSION AGENTS. HOLDERSON & NEILSON, 453 Flinders Lane. Trial solicited. Best price obtained for all dairy produce. WOOD & CO., 33 King-street. Established 1S0. All kinds of dairy produce sold on commission. SAW MAKERS AND IMPORTERS. BLAKELEY, W. H., 115 Lonsdale-street. Sole Agent for H. Disston Son's cele brated Saws. Send your old circul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 January 1892

Churchet. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. T HE Rev D. D. MILNE will conduct Divine Service (D.V.) in the above Church next Sabbath at Yea, morning at 11 . o'clock; a;l jinthe evening at 7.30. In the afternoon at Homewood, at 3 o'clock. ST. LUKE"S CHURCH, YEA. T HE REV. C. H. BARNES will conduct 1 Divine Service at the above Church on Sunday morning and evening next; also at lolesworth in the afternoon. Mr. J. T. Daley at Ghin Ghin in the afternoon. For? Salo, FOR SALE. ENSILAGE PRESSES: STUMP AND TREE PULLERS. Circulars and all information may be ob at the r .a Cnao.?crI Office. Wantod. W ANTED, by Steady Man, CON STANT WORK on Farm. Apply E.P., CrE?Oxc.E Office. Shire .Avertisomeant SHIRE OF YEA. NOTICE TO DEFAULTILG RATE PAYERS. l ATEPAYERS who have Not Yet Paid Stheir Rates, are Hereby Notified ' that Unionless they are Paid forthwith SUM 310NSES will be at once issued. J. D. H. GRAY, Rate-Collector. SHIRE OF YEA. TENDERS. STfliENDERS, addressed to the President, .I will be received un...

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DAIRY CATTLE AND PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 January 1892

DAIRY CATTLE AND PIGS. M?sSfs. AaBorr ASs Wusos report: DArer CArrm L-(22nd January): A good supply of all classes of cattle yarded to-day. :-Goodand first-clans cows, with calves at foot, sold readily at improved prices; the :""name may be said of good springers; dry cows and young stock were diflicult to dis pose of at late rates. 1\e quote:-First class cows, with calves at foot, £8 1ls to £12 5s; good do., £4 15s to £7 5s; dry cows. 2b 6d to 47s Gd. hir. 3ARtErT.--21st January) : Thcre was a full supply penned, and all classes showed a decline on last week's rates owing to the very hot weather.

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