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

80dtL LIQQEuR WEISST. The Best Imported. ISIST ON (F.TTING IT. totites. NOTICE-TO UROVE .ts: . A NY Person found Travelling Sheep through my Property, without giving the necessary legal notice, will be PROSE. CUTED. I ahn OHN MFCORMACK. $alham Hill, January $5, 1892. NtTICE. flt Persn found 1UNt1G or SSHOOT ' on my Property, at Ti tree Creek, aftehis date, will be PROSE CUTED with th utiost rigor of the law. CKARLES WILSON. Ti-tree Creek lDee. 23, 1891. SOTICE. A NY Persoa ond REiOVtIN STOCK, Sor oth wise TRESPASSING uipon the KILLING ORTH STATION without permiosiou, Wi be PROSECUTED without further notice P, SMITH, Snger for J. N. WarrTo. OTICE, A NY CA LE Feuod TRRShASSING on m nd at URRINDINDI will e I M. DUNN. Amisements. LOOK OU.T FOR TIHE Shamrock Surprise Party, THE STARS OF THE GOULBURN,. WHO WILL VISIT YEA ON FRIDAY, 5th FEBRUARY. Lost Performanco Ever Wtnsoaosed. IN THE YEA SHIRE HALL. Doors Open at 7.30; Commence at 8 Sharp. IN AID OF THE ALESANDEA OSIPZTALI PROGRAMME. Ov...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 January 1892

Death. KING.-On December 4th, at Eulo, Queens- land, Robert John, youngest son of late William Houston King, of Mount Alto, County of Kilkenny, accidentally killed by a fall from his horse, aged 36 years. Deeply regretted.

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Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 February 1892

N'E\ rates for me thaudise , wool, priodue liveo stock,' &c.,: re publishedl s as auppile: sment to the Goe?rnecl OGazeie' of the 27th;? August. The rates per bale for wool, not exceeding: 7;, 4cwt., is 2s. up to 45 miles. From 465 p t ~o 60 miles, 4d. per bale for every I5 omiles or part of 5 niles , and from 60 up to 100miles,. d. per tb ldfor 5' mils, or piart of 5 iilles'- theý1atter rates to be cumdlative on the former charge. Cattle'or pigo will be cantveyed at (.d. per. tr?ck per mnile,,?p, to 101 piiles-.?.&. per mile to he added froei 101 ai, to lied h r If oier l50 miles, d. per traek per muile?.-ir hbe bharged: for- the, whole jnure~- y.. ;i?'u minimum charge is 20s., with a te;mil?, chargelof'2s. per;truck in addition to the above rates. .. Horses to be conveyed at, the followins rates i-Mare,. gelding, illy, or 'iitire, uudle? 2 years, I.L per mile; enitres,' 2 ears and' over, Is. per mile ; two entires, 2 years' anld over, belongig to dilfferent owners,...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 February 1892

MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. (rFo? x O wR OW CORMESPONu E'T.) MzELBOURNE, LArT NIGHT. Messrs. W. M'IW?nrC and Co. report: CHEEsE.-Market quiet; prime matured, Sd up to Sd per lb.; medium and good, 3jd to 4Fi; inferior lower. BUrr?n.-Potted: Large supply; market firm at full late rates; prime, weekly. 7id to lOd. according to condition and quality; medium and inferior, Sd to 61d. Had several large dairies, what may be termed potted butter, 4id to Sid. Fresh: Fair supply; market firmer; best dairies, 10d to 13Md; rood ordinary lump, 7id to D9d; inferior Ec. s.-9}1 to 10d per dozen. Pomvrlr.-.Market dull.

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YEA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 30. (Before Messrs. E. S. Purcell and J. Bett, J.P.'s) POLLUTING A WATER-COURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 February 1892

TEA POLICE OORT. --~----- FRIDAY, JANUARY 30. (Before Messrs. E. S. Purcell and J. Bett, J.P.'s) POLLUTINf A WATER-COURST. Senior-constable Alexander charged Al bert Walker with causing a nuisauee in a water-course by drowning a dog therein. Fined Is. and 7s. (id. costs; in default, distress.

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THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 February 1892

THE WOOL MARKET. THE NEW ZAL~AND LOAN AND MEIERCAN ATE AEscaC COMPANY, LIMITED, report on the 28th January: We offered 4,500 bales at our auction to. day, and had brisk competition, but prices in some cases ruled slightly in favor of buyers. As is usual at this time of the year the catalogue was composed chiefly of medium and inferior wools. The highest price realised for greasy, was 10}d. We sold WTH over A, at 10d for combing, and 10d for lambs'; Monivale, lambs, 10d; Crawford, second crossbred, 10d ; Bochara, 9d; Glengleeson, 91d; K over Hope, 8d ; - elly, Orford, Sid; M'Lean. Byaduk, 81d; Mrs. Mackinnon, Strathdownie, 8id; West Yamback, crossbred, Sd. In scoured, Sparto, 15d; Minarto, 141d; Crawford, 14d; Rlochara and Morgiana, second pieces, 12id; Yarra Yarra, bellies, 12id. Messrs. DAirrr and CoUMPaN, LIMITED, report on the 29th January : We resumed our wool sales to-day, when we offered a catalogue of 2,100 bales, com prising a varied selection of wool, but no very superior l...

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Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 February 1892

Dopaturo n1d Arival1 of H`ail. MArtI close and arrive at the. Yea Post Ofice at the undernlentioned hours:-. CLOSE At YEA FOR- A.M. P.M. Melbourne...' -8 6 Tallareok ... . .. : Doolook ... ... .. .lolesworth ? .. ..11 Alexandr?...j _a 11- 8 Murrindindi .. .2 10 Flos"erdale .. 12 10 I Ileroei1h'0 Underwood'so 2 12 Devlin's ... 12 10 lolden's .. 102 0 Murphy's .. 1 10 - ...ICEIVED ATYEA FROM= A.M. P.M. Tallarook ... .. .. 11-30 30 Melbourne.... .:.. ... 11 3 0 30 Doegalnok ... ... ... 1 0 - Molesworth ... ... nobur ... ... Yarck .. ... .. Aleiandra... ... ... 8 30 0 rriudindi .. ... 0 Flowerale 4 1 30 ,3'Leish's ... ... 130 Uiderwood ' ... .. 1 0 Devli 's ... 1 0 ?olen's '...' ... Murphy's ... ...0

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Railway Fares. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 February 1892

let ClnMx. 2?eIL 1ge.. - FO - Sin. LRt.I Sin. R S. 1). . D S SI ,. -Ya to Homewondl .1 0ýi c'0 8 1 ICerrisdaie 2-0r3 011 4 2 0 Iallzrook .4:0 0,2 4 ,", , Seymour 10l1 3 3 5 o Melbourne, ... 13 32000 013 Yeu to Cheviot'. .. 0 I '05 M,3lolesduovrth 1 102 01I 2":0 '1 Alexnadra 3 L3.0.1 0'2 0 3 0 -Yea to' Cathkin 2 4:1'1, 2 0 urck" 0 111 3 0 -- -tou" . 4 10 t 33 3 o' Maiudnmple ... 7-311 1 0 0' 7 SlunOfieldIt :.5 8.13 3:3,; ,Si & '

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Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 February 1892

E.:ilwa7 Time Table. ._.. !, , S i LEXa.A -+nTrA OA I. J3lr11otýRINE. - ingle Fare .. alexandraRoaddep., 6 5 5 - I -10 -' ' Cathkin .. :'.. 7 25 23 0 0' 5,i Molcoworth ... 7 40 5 5 1 02 0 " Balham . ... * " 1 1 1I 3: Cheviot . 7 56 1? 0 1.;7"."+' Yei" .' a s; 'rr' 8.10 6 13 .0.2 0 1. .8: 6 - 30' Ifomewood... .. 8 45 6 45 3 1 2 7 Keirisdale ... .. 9 3 7 4 10'3 3 Trawool ... ... 9 20 7 15 '5 10 3 11 : a,.r. 9, ;ý7 3 9 ?-, Marn ... ar n I6l f 43 16 :11 - 0 MELBOURNE TO lAiNDiRA.\ R]OAD. 'ingle Fare Pass. P St . . n: -. I:. . D S. i). - ,Ielbbon `lo, 7.40.5 - Tallarook"; . 5 " Trawool' : i. ... 10 55 3 4010 GI 7 0' Kerrisdale'.;. "...I 15 82411 ! 7 fomek'oo l'Z-:. `... 119 1012 31 8 : r. 11"5 1 3 ' 9 ? Yea ilep. 13 .i 9 35ýe _Cheviot 10_., : 19 o 9 49113 9, 9 'Balham'' . .' "I 4 9 G Molesvorth . 12 4510'1515 '3.0 3 Cathlkin .... 12 55(10 23111 610 3 Alekaiidra Road ... 125110 41 131 0 'Stips' when required to pick up or sat down passengers.- ' : ,Cl?ango trains at Tllarontk. ' - CATIKlS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 February 1892

o3bl:cunne Advortisoments. -Business and Professional Directory. CAFE AND RESTA'RA TS. COFFEE PALACE. Smith-street, Fitzroy. unsurpassed for Cleanline sanod Comfort Tramrs from station pass door. Srpecial attention Country Vi itors. Every iu formation supplied. Uths, Billiards, Smoking ano Readn.g ,ooms. Tn?rm exceedingly MSinlerate. 11..I. SIELLu.r, Manager. :ICAFF AND GRAIN I3ERCIIXNTS, AND Com3lISos Ar~n rs. E. C. ROBERTSON & CO:, :, Spencer street Accountsales andI cheques rendered renderedl. 3IERR" & CO., 5.p Flinders Lane west Advances madeonallkindsoffarmprod uce. DMRYA.TD FARM PRODUCE 3[EIRCllA.rnS, AND DAiiY COMMISSION AUErTS. HOLDEF.SON & NEILSON, 4S3 Flinders Lane. Trialsolicited. Beat price obtained for all dairy proldue. WOOD & CO., 33 King street. Established 1S70. All kinds of dairy produce sold on commission SAW MAsKERS AND IMPORTERS. BLARELEY, W." IL, 115 Lonodale-strect Sole Agent for I. Dioston Son's cele brated Saws. Send your old ...

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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2. CIVIL CASES. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M., and Mr. J. M'Cormick, J.P.) VICIL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 February 1892

TUIFSDAY, FEI:vKUARY (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M3., and Mr. J. M'Cormicek, J.P.) CIVIL CASEs. E. S. Purcell and Co. v. George M'Leish.--Clim, £10 ISs. lhl. Mr. Keogh said that service was not shown on the summons. Plaintiff replied that he had paid 5s. to the Clerk of the Court for service by the police. Mr. Keogh: There is only 2s. dl. on the summons. Mr. Crooke (act ing Clerk of Court) said lie had paid 2s. &d. forservice toJ.h. Ionse. Mr. Keogh : You thought it better to put half-a-crown into the pocket of some private individual than ptyiig it into the Department. Nr. Crooke: No. Mr. Keogh : \\ell, it looks very like it. Ar. I'urell aiked that afresh summons should be isuled, hbt Mr. Keogh replied that he could not go on with the case as it stood. Adjourned for 14 iLys. Charles Davey v. Elizabeth Bryant. Claim, £34 7s. lid. James Sherriff having stated that the goals had been delivered to the defendant, an order was made for the amount andl £1 li. 6d. costs. MIr. Jack son ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 February 1892

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. - rTiE Rev. D. "MILNE will conduct SDivine Service (D.V.) in the above Church next Sabbath at Yea, morning at 11 o'clock, and in the evening at 7.30. In the afternoon at Limestone, at 3 o'clock. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, YEA. TrHE.REV. C. H. BARNES will conduct .1 Divine Service at the above Church on Sunday morning and evening next; also at Doogalook in the afternoon. Holy Communion at morning service. Mr. J. T. Daley at Spring Valley in the morning, and Strath Creek in the afternoon. The Rev. C. H. Barnes at Tea-Tree Mine on Wedhesday next, at 7.30p.m. W. P. SIER, General Storekeeper, High-street, Yea, Wishes to Announce to his many Friends and Customers that he is LEAVING THIS DISTRICT, S.. ?'. HAT" THE WHOLE OF HIS STOCK,I GROCERIES, DRAPERY, MEN'S, YOUTH ,? kD BOYS' CLOTHING, LADIES', GENT.'8, AND CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOES, IRONMONG RY, BRUSHWARE, . STATIONE Y, SCHOOL BOOKS, PERFUMER FANCY GOODS, &c., Is Now on Sale a More Than 25 per Cent. Below 1 l...

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THE GENERAL ELECTION. MR. M. K. M'KENZIE AT THE YEA SHIRE HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 February 1892

THE GENERAL ELECTION. MR. I. K. M'KENZIE AT THE YEA . SHIRE HALL Or Friday night Mr. 3L K. M'Kenzie, of Reedy Creek, who has entered the field against Mr. Hunt, addressed a large and representative gathering at the Yea Shire Hall, nearly every seat in the hall being occupied at 8 o'clock. Mr. T. S. Scale, J.P., President of the Shire, was voted to the. chair, and briefly introduced the candidate. Mr. M'Kenzie, who was well re ceived, said he did not intend to occupy their time with an explanation of his reasons for appearing before them that evening. Therefore, without any pre liminary remarks, he would proceed at once to deal with the sulbject matter of his published address. In that lihe stated that he was in favor of the Dual Vote principle, of an increase of the Stock Tax, and of Railway Reform, with a special view to a policy of cheaper construction. Taking these in their reverse order, he would first speak upon RAILWAY REFORM. That question was one which de served the serious ...

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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Mea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 4, 1897. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 February 1892

W F WHICH IS LICO5POHATED PUIISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THiPSDAY, PEBRUARY 4, 1891. i w s I as OTES. M.M. K. bM'Kzlzr's address at Yea was f orably reviewed in a leading article in the rgua on Tuesday. Ma1'. Hr~r addressed meetings at Koby boyn d Whitehead's Creek on Friday. an almoeunsanimons vote of confidence being passedrt the latter place. TnPRoev. A. R Stackhouse, who was recent* compelled by ill-health to resign the incnnuncy of Perth, Tasmania, was pre-. sente at Christmas by his parishioners with theque for £200. TnLnnual meeting of St. Luke's Church was id on Monday night, when Church wards and Vestrymen were appointed for the uning year, as follows:--Church wardn: Mr. A. W. Haslam (Incumbent's); Ment W. Wilson and J. D. Webster, jun. (Paroners'). Vestrymen: Mr. J. T. Whi'Ineumbent's); Mers. T. F. Roberts, T.S.cale, and E. H. Burgess (Parishion ers'. In opening the proceedings the Rev. Mr. ?rnes made a feeling reference to the illnef the Secretary, Mr. J. D. Webster, jon.,d exp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 February 1892

DUFFY and WILKINSON. OIIN GAVAN IiUFFY, the sunkiving * Inrtier of the abave-nanmel Linn of Solicitors, and THOMAS EDW\ARD KING. who has Ieen carrying on the business of the aid finn at icvnour and Kitilor for come time pant. having enterel into Psartnernhip, they will carry on the business at Seymour and Kihnore, unier tie style or tinu of (;AAS LItrrlY aLt KlNe. OFFIMI : TALLAROOK-STREET, SEY MOUP., A.n? S.LEY-.srTIsXT, I:ILMOu. Men. EING C,3.31ssONyER Fti: TAKINsG (GAVAXN DUFFY AND KING, SOLIUITOR., i.,, SEY MOURl AND KILMORE. M. RtscŽ ATTEr'.; -1 I.s'itnE EVEP.Y Taireasay. THOMAS GRAEAW, B.L., SOLICITOP., ALEXANDRA, ArTTEzDS ALL COURTS AT YE.A, A AND MAY lE CONSUITEI) Ahmermens Coennnmreial Hotel, - Tuesday in Each Week Eiurs: P a.m. to 12 coon. Aot,. AT YEA--M' A. I. 1 nav.srn. MR. JOHN JACKSON, SS.C., Elt.) SOLICITUR, CONV.EYANGER, AND PRlIOTOR,. A? TITNDS atthe Cnaledoninltotel, Yea, J1~t EvziE-' TUEiS . - Y ,All Courts in the No'si-Evoiern District .Attenloe whn Ra taineeL P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 February 1892

A?s=muts. LOOK OUT FOR THE Shamrock Surprise Party, THE STARS OF THE GOULBURN, WHO WILL V SIT YEA ON FRIDAY, 5th FEBRUARY. . ct. ioayfU Ev3 Wltouao IN THE YEA SHIRE. HALL. Doors Open at 7.30; Commence at 8 Sharp. IN AID OF THE ALZZ.ANDBA IOSPITALI PROGRAMME. Overture- Bones, Tambo, and Orchestra Opening Chorus-Medley ... Company 'Golden Slippers" ... W. Nankervis "Hearts and Homes" ... J. W. Bradley "Lovely Lou" ... ... J. Sharpe " Mother's My Sweetheart" ... W. Evans "Syd. Mind the Baby" ... S. Wieland "Old Folks at Home" ... J. W. Bradley "Hannah, How's Your Ma" W. Caldwell L'TERVAL OF TEN MI.Nrs-us. "The White Squall" ... J. W. Bradley Clog Dance-- ... ... W. Nankervis S?ng and Dance- ... W. Caldwell Song-" Wild Man from Borneo" C. Creighton Musical Sketch- Wieland Caldwell .Railway Tragedy-J. Sharpe & C. Creighton The whole to Conclude with the Screaming Farce : DR. COX. Dr. Cox ... ... Mr. J. W. Bradley Sir Ryan O'Blocklin ... Mr. C. Creighton Assistant ....... ... Jas....

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Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 February 1892

P.evised 3ailwa7 Batea. N?r? rates for merchandise, wool, ipro?ice live stock, &c., are published as a supple. ment to the Gorcrnment G:ettle of the 27th August. The rates per bale for wool, rot exceeding 4cwt., is . up t 45 . u t 4 le From 45 uI t 00 miles, 4,1. per brde for crery 5 nilo or, part of 3 miles; and from 6O ulp to 100miles, 3d. per bale for 5 miles, or prrt of 5 miles the latter rites to be cumulative on the former charge. Cattle or pigs will be conveyed at 9d. per truck per rmile, up to 101 miles; 3d. per mile to be 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 ia terminal charge of 2s. per truck in addition to the above rates. Horses to be conveyed at the following rates:--lMare, gelding, filly, or entice, under 2 years, Gd. per mile; cntires, 2 years and over, Is. per mile ; two entires, 2 years anel - over, belong to different owners, if carried hi one loose-...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 February 1892

MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. (FBOM OUR OWN CORRESPOYDEST.) MELBORNtE, LAST NOIGHT. Miessrn. . 'IILwnrIc and Co. report: CumEsS.-Rarket quiet; prime matured, Sd up to Sd per lb.; medium and good, 3id to 4)d; inferior lower. BurrEB.-Potted: Cool weather brought forward a larger supply of fresh, conse quently prices are lower; prime weekly dairies, 7d to 9td; prime potted, 7d to Sld; medium and inferior, 5d to 6?d. Fresh: Large supply; beat dairies, 9d to ls; good ordinary lump, 7dto 9d; inferior lower. Ecs.--10& to 101d per dozen. PoLTrar.-Market very slack.

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 February 1892

NEWS AND NOTES. Mu. HCsr will address the electors at the Yea Shire Hall next Saturday after noon, at half-past three o'clock. TnE annualiplcnic in connection with the Murrindindi and Woodburn Schools will be held to-day. Half the people of Yea are expected, and all who go out may depend upon receiving a cordial welcome. Ma. Sutw, of Doon, was to have taken the services on Sunday next at the Presby terian Church, and Mr. Milne was going to take Mr. Reid's pulpit at Broadford; but as Mr. Shaw is unable to get away, the ex change of pulpits is deferred till Sunday week. Tn~sE was!some uproar at Mr. Hunt's meeting at Seymour last week. After a great deal of noise, boohooing, and opposi tion, Cr. Carnie (who, it will be remembered lately defeated Mr. A. . Wallder for a seat in the Seymour Shire Council bh one vote), succeeded in proposing an amend ment to the vote of confidence, but .the Express states that only 14 hands were held up in favor of it. Tan cricket match between Traawool an...

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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Mea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1892. A BUTTER FACTORY TO BE ERECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 February 1892

WrrIH WmIC IS LCORPORATED PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THIURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 189M. ,a STTER FACTOBT TO BE EBECTED. AT a meeting of the Directors of the Yea Dairy Company, on Monday night, it was decided that the time had arrived for taking the necessary steps for the erection of a Butter Factory, so as to have it in full working order by next September. There are mur murs just now amongst some of the milk suppliers that they could do better by keeping their milk at home, making the cream into butter, and sending it to Melbourne. It is well to remember, however, that the season has been a very dry one, and that a large quantity of butter has been exported, and is still being exported, to Great Britain. But that will not last much longer. Butter cannot be profitably exported after this month, and a few days' heavy rain will make feed just as plentiful as it is scarce now, with the result that all the small dairies in the country, whose churns are at present lying idle, will be in full ...

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