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Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 February 1892
1Railway Timo Tablo: Al EaxDRA RBlfl TO 10 r LYIrý f. IIrSin'g1c 1'a MixýMxc lt: 2nd, Ale'candratoaa'q 6 0 i5 Catikin " 5 15 OT Sielrsu-urt!, .. 750 11 5S5 1-.2 0 'lJalhaniI 1 1 I. Clheviot i 7 6 1 2`497 , ( arr. 80 6 i 30i 2 0 dpS 630. Holn ln od 5 6 45' 3 10 Jxetr.(le... d 9 3 7 114 10 3'1 Trawnod ... ...9207 191 l0 11:'I 1IIelnotrnL or, iýLl) '(. 0 41 lbRo Pas. Pass.7Iet.12ud ýtelhouriie :.. rle.+7 015 ?I - :Tallareol~t ... M7I 95 3 : Meilsoorno 'lqso i ~i' ' d ' 840 10 0 K~omeodolo i isojii d7 Yea :::_ . ( jPi.M 0 0 t. dep.,12 5 0 'i Ceit ,r .12019 9 491.1 !ti 3 SMoleoswrth -.12 4510 1 110 3 Cathkio 12 5&10oi 2 10 3J Alexandra ItRod ..:1 1 4511b 9111 0 'Stops wslhon rqouirol to pick up or set down passengrs.n i" Chauga trains at Tallaroeok
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 February 1892
.lv aepattorc ad .& ival of 3[ais. 3LS dose aa3earrive at the Yea ?oet ; COkte at the 4rdermentiooedi hours: 'LeOIK XTTYEAOTO- .)1R P.M. tXelbeerue.s. ..... 3 6 rralhuook ... .. S 6 $)x.a.ek.. .. - 6G ýIoleewrthe ... 1 6 - "(:,ur ... ... ... 11 - Yarck ... .. 1 Aleaala.._ _ . . II S )Jnriis1,ndi ( 1 10 FRiwti te ' t i12 10 I unIkeuh's .ý l I-1 JerpIY'a ... ... ý 1"ý 10Q TCEITTI) A'f'ek 11 FIWM i.M.I I 'M Tiaeek ... .. .11304 3helbo1re... ... 11 30' 9 30 dkglok. .... 13 - Noleewoh 6 NlnIur . . " 6 Yarck 6 Ale'eedra... 8 30 6 ýlarriadindi k 11 30 31hF erale ? i 1 30 31"'Leieh'e ... 1 0 47e'erwoold 9s 1 3 1)evthi'e 4 I 1 30 Mpliyets'a.. .. i 010 .Murhy' .: ... ...ý z 1 3
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Mea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1892. PURIFICATION OF THE ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 February 1892
wnI WHICIc IS INco.ror.rPTEO PUPLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TIIURSDAY, FEIII:U.4A1:Y 1., S193. URIFCATIION0 OF TnE ROLLS. As the work of purging the Rolls is proceeding throughout the colony, it will Ibe interesting to take a glance at its general effect in our own constitu ency. In the course of conversation with Mr. J. F. JACKSOx, the inde fatigable Electoral Inspector, who has had considerable experience in the " working of oracles" at election times, when every dead moan's vote was polled as regularly as those who held Elector's Rights or punctually paid their rates to Muuicipol and Shire Councils, we find that the following numbers were struck off in the various divisions of Anglesey: Yea ... ... ... 75 Alexandm ... 60 Jamieson... ... 2.. 20 Wood s Point ... ... 30 Broadford .. ... ....'5 Seymour ... ... 35 Avenel ... ... ... 5 Total ... 260 The numbers objected to, on account of transfers from the Elector's to the Ratepayer's Roll, are approximately as follows, for Mr. JACKsos spok...
THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 February 1892
THE WOOL MARKET.. TuE NEw ZtALAND LOAN AND ýERCe?. Tn.E AGE.NC COMr'.a?, LIIITEu, report on the 1lth February: At our auction to-day, we offered 2,50 bales wool, and had good competition up to the level of prices lately established. About 2,000 bales were soll. Amongst our sales are Wirchilleba, S.td Tara, S?d: M'lhail's Ganniguhldrie, 7d Lake .lnudi, 77d. Scoured: Sparto, 14l ; urorea, 14ld; Jan dra, 14}d; Runymnede, second pieces, 10}d. Messrs. )DAL.ETY and Cou'.svYt, LIIurTED, report on tile 11th February: Our local wool sales have been resumed this week, and we olffred to-day a moderate catalogue, in the presence of a full attend ance ofbuy:rs. Thedemand is still goodl. and eom:ititioa at our sale was brisk, up to the full equivalent of London values, though some irregularity is apparent in biddings for inferior and faulty qualities, which are selling very badly in Loundon. Crosblreds, especially the coarser grades, continue in favor andi prices are fully maintained, and the sam...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. TUESDAY, 16TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 February 1892
MELBOURNE CATILE MARKET. TcF?Dat, IGTHm FEtRUtRn. FaT Sn?er.-°5.000 yarded, which con sisted chiefly of middlingdescxiptions, show ing generally the effects of the dry weather. Good trede lots were in firmer request, and in the case of really choice prime wetlher prices ruled about Gd per head higher. Ow ing to the indisposition of grazers to operate in consequence of the dry season, middling and inferior descriptions continue dull at low quotations :--Prime crossbred wethers, faom 10s 6d to ;: af feo? estra prime and heavy do. do., 12s Gd to 13s; prime cross bred ewes, Ss Gd to9s Gd ; a few extra, 10s to lOs Gd; prime merino wethers, Ps to lOs Gd, acoording to weight and quality: good merino wethers, s to Ss Gd ; middling and inferior, is Gd to 6e Gd ; prime merino ewes, 5s Gd to Gs 3d; others, from 3s Gd. FAT LAIro -S.300 were penned. A large proportion consisted of good and useful qualities, which proved largely in excess of requirements, and for such prices, ruled easier, while ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 February 1892
The GovemEnct Gr:otto. RENEWAL OF LICENCES APPI'ROED. William Reid, Jla., Kerrisdale. Sarah Reid, 20O., lKerrisdale. Jane Tyrer, lla., Yea. Anton Wilson, 2Ia., Yea. J. Wr. S. E. Doherty, (iHa., Flowerdale. TIANSFEL. INEIr:sTERED. Elizabeth M'Clelland, 01la. Or. 1Op., Murrindindi, to Catherine Tyson, Ararat. MINING LFLSFS ISSUED. R. 1W. Hallett, I'a. 3r. 9p., Yea. Waatod. WANTED, 500 YOUNG CATTLE, from 9 to IS months old. Apply GEO. F. JOHNSTON, High-street, Yea, Agent for Abbott and Wilson. Chrchcz . PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. MR. JAMES SHiAW,. of Doon, Will conduct Divine Service (D.V.) in the above Church neaxtabhath at Yea, morn ing 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. T HE REV. C. H. BARNES willconduct Divine Service at the above Church on Sunday evening next: also at Strath Creek in the morning, and Spring Valley in the afternoon. Holy Commuunion at morning service. Mr. E. H. Burgessat Yes in tihe morning...
Railway Fares. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 February 1892
R.slWsa Fares let CGlrn.,1 ted Glrrvr. _______ Sin. ____ _ Sinm Ret. s. s. s. t:; YeatoIiomewooe ... 1 0.1 050 S I 0 Kierrisilale .2 0!I 011 4) 2 ,. Tolmol; i. I Talbarook ... 4 0,4 0i S 4 0 Seymour' ... 4 107 3: 3 5 0 ~ Mtlboulve 13 320 09 013.6 Yca toChotrit .. 0' 005 08' Moleswrortb. 110' 9I1 3 2 0 ~ AlexanodaR'd, 3 0I " 0 3 0 YcatoCatlhkin o 0 41 1 7) 26 ~ Yarok ... 2 1014 711 1 30 ietn ..4 101, :3'3 ii 0 ~Maiodso'plc.. 7 Sill 04, 9ý 7 .1 MonuoieLl ... S 9'13 ...5 9. S 9'
CATHKIN TO MANSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 February 1892
CATIUoiS TO-MAYSFIELw. c v o C -Statiaons, - - 551 03 athkin a 5 6091 07 Yarck. 7 5 1 15 681 10o1 Knnobrt S 5 1 50 105510S3 Morton' 0 30 2 0 9 771144 Waodfield .. 925115 Bonni [Loon:.. 1 0 30 10 1221 llaindample ... . 2 45 1036 131 Mannsfild .. . 40 3 10 MATOFIELO) TO C OIIKI' . I ~~ 0/.*i1 , 1036ý13U Mano6olt tlp 5) 0Sj2,45 1020j1224 Mtainample ... 5 21 02511S Bonlno'Doon..; 1 3 10 93 141Wodfield .. .. 10551105 Morton . . 3 57 83l0O 1 a nlt ubra" ... ... 6 3 4 24 65 9 Yarek... .... ..65 643 03} Catlakin . I0ý 4 55 " - To stop whoeqnfroiiod: ý u1-;'aad ! give notion to Guatd at previousa otopj.11ag station.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 February 1892
.OTAL. LIQUEV WHISET. The Best Imported. INSIST ON GETTING IT. Auctiones REMEMBER I TO-MORROW, AT 2 O'CLOCK, Mr. G. Nashes' Farm 640 ACRES 640 WILL .E OFFERED OR -.SALE BY AUCTION AT TIE Comaerc?al otol, Toa. ABROTT ann WILSON, Auctioneers. For. Salo, FOR SALE, CHEAP. 30 000 FEET OF FLOtRING, LINING,and WEATHER BOARD. Having been PURCHASED for CASH, in the present depressed state of the market, it will be SOLD at 3 LOW FIGURE. J. W. JOHNSTON, Builder and Contractor, Yea. FOR SALE. E NSILAGE PRESSES. STUMP AND TREE IULLERS. Circulars and all informati6n may be ob at the YEA CHr.ovxCLe Office. FOR SALE. TO SPORTSMEN.-PURE=BRED COCKER-SPANIEL PUP. (Dog.) II. M'CANN, State School, Molesworth. Ncticcs. APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF LICENSE FROM ONE PERSON TO ANOTHER. TO THE LICENSING COURT FOR THE LICENSING DISTRICT OF YEA. I CHARLES DAVEY, of Yea, the holder - of a Publican's License for the house arid premises known as the Royal Mail Hotel, situate at Yea, do hereby give Notice that it i...
Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 February 1892
0vi3ise Railway atgs. S:te rates for merchandise, wool, prodeuce, live stock, &c., are published as a wlpple ment to thie Gorern?ent Ga cge of ti't 27th August. The rates per bale for wool, not ceeding - 4nwt., is 2s. up to 45 miles Frotl45 up t.i 60 miles, 4d. per bale for-every 5 miles of part of 5 miles; and from G0 up ob 100 miles, 3d. per bale for 5 miles, or part of 5 miles the latter rates to be camulative on the fonrmer charge. - Cattle or pigs will be conveyed at I. per - truck per mile, up to 101 miles; 3d, per. mile to he added from i?l up to 150 miles.:' If over 150 miles, 7d. per truck per mile will be charged for the whole jouniey. " The minimom charge is i0s., with a terminal 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, id. per mile; cntirco, 2 years and over, Is. per mile: two entires, 2 years and over, belonginig to diflerent owners, if carried in one l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 February 1892
-Business and Professional Directory. CAFE AND ReSTAURAWTS. COFFEE PALACE. Snith-strcet, Fitzroy, unsurposel for Clea?liness and Comfort Trams from station pass door. Special attention Country Visitors. Every in formation supplied. Baths, Billiards, Smoking nodl Peading Roons. Tenrs exceedionly Moderate. W.V. SHELLEY, Manager. ýCHMAFF AND GRAIN MERCIIANr, AND CoMuISSION AGENTS. E. C. ROBERTSON & CO., 54; Spencer street. Account sales and cheques rendered rendered. MERRY & CO., 333 Flinders Lane west. Advances made on all kinds of faun produce. DAIRY AND FARM PRODUCE M3ERCIHANTS, - AND DAIRY COMMISSION AGo-c-,. HOLDERSON & NEILSON, 413 Flinders Lane. Trial slicited. Bestpriceobtained. for all dairy prodlce. WOOD & CO., 33 Kin.-strcet. Established 18i0. All kinds of dairy produce sold on comonisn. SAw MAKERS AND IMPORTERS. BLAKELEY; W. H., 115 Lonsdale-street Sole Agent for H. Disston Son's rele. brated Saws. Send your old circularsnws to be r duced in ...
THE GENERAL ELECTION. MR. T. HUNT, M.L.A., AT THE SHIRE HAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 February 1892
THE GENERAL ELECTION. i MR. T. HUNT, MI.L. !, AT THIE SHIRE ALL. ii Ia. IRUST addressed the electors at the I Yea Shire Hall on Saturday afternoon. t Considering the short notice, there was a v large and representative rslemllage, most e of tile seats in the hall beint occupied. On a the motion of Mr. J. Quiulan, J.P., I seconded by Mr. J. IM'Coraiek, J.1'., the i chair was taken by Mr. T. S. Scale, J.P., r President of the Shire, who explained that t he did so in his official capacity, andl that it in no way denoted hie fecliag towards the I candidate. He hoped they 'woold give Mr. t Hunt a fair and impartial hearing. lie eed not introduce Mr HIut to theml, as le was well known to them for the last IS years. t SMr. Hunt, who was received with ap- 1 plause. said he appeared lbefore them under somewhat difficult circumstances. lie thanked the President of the. Shire for pre siding, and he was quite right in saying i that it was apart from any political bias he might have towards eith...
YEA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M., and Mr. J. M'Cormick, J.P.) CIVIL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 February 1892
TYE POLICE CO7RT. TUcESDY, FneRUA"r ]G. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M1.; and Mr. J. MltCornick, J.P.) CIVIL C.LtS. E. S. Pnrcell and Co. v. George M'Leish.-Clail, £10 1Ss. lhd. Order for amount and 13s. Gd. costa; in fault, distress. Same v. W. It. Steuart.-Claim, £5 Os. lid. Adjourned for 14 days. A. S'Kaiy v. Yea Shire Council.-Claim, £45, wrl: and laor done en contract at Rlattravy' Hill. Mr. Kingforplaintiff; 31r. tiua~ell for defendanta. The Bench ruled that the Coert ha:tul uojrisdietiou. Planhtiff meta sue in another Court. No cots allowed. l .. lPurcell and Co. v. A. MI'Kay, de fcniiant; the Pire idebit a; l Comrillors of the Shire of Yea, gaini-hees.-CClaim, £23 :s. 3d. Sr. lKin for plaintitf; Mr. Russell fur the Shire Coul:cil. l'lalintiff nought to attach certetian aoicys doe by the Council on contract at ltattra?r's lill to Angus a 'Kay, who: stated that hie had been paid £153 on the con.trct up to the 9thl of January. lie continue!. to work on the contract with four tme0 , ...
YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. ADJOURNED MEETING. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 February 1892
TES SEZRE COQNCIL. ADJOURNED MiEETING. S.TURDA.Yr, FEIRUARY 13. Ax adjourned meeting of the Council was held on Saturday, the 13th inst. Present: Crs. Scale (President), M'Cormick, Under wood, W\ebster, Fergusoo, Carver, and Quinlan. LOASS FOI- WIRE-N\TI7NG.-THIE NATUCPAL ENEMIES OF TIlE ILtCBITS. Cr. Webster proposed, and the President seconded-" That the Yea Shire Council urge upon the North-Eastern .Municipal As sociation the necessity of certain local bodies, to he amnned hereafter by the as sociation, obtaining a further or holding their present loans for the purcha.se of wire nettieg, and request the (iovernment to amend the law, anil compel adjoinins4 land holders to pay for wire-netting ?ences; whilst all boys, dogs, ferrets, and foxes, the natural enemies of rabbits, slould be en couraged, and log fences, &e., destroyed." Carried. TilE SIIP.E SOLICITOU. Cr. M'Connick proposed, nad Cr. Webster second-" That the Shire Solicitor ie written to for the defence of the eas...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 February 1892
NEWS ND NOTES. WE hlear that some good gold-learing stone has again been struck at the Tea-Tree JMine. A LAND sALE will he held in Yea on Fri day, the Ilth March, when 4S toirn lots and 319a. 2r. 24p., Woodburn, fronting the Yea River, will be offered for sale. Mc. M. I. M?'K.sZIE received a unanimlous vote of confidence at I:roadford last week, those present standing up and singing "For he's a folly good fellow." A mno; bush fire has been raging at GChin Ghin for some days. It appears to have got a start on MIr. Stowell Marshall's land, whence it spread to MIr. William Anderson's and JIr. J. W\. Johnston's sections adjoinino. Thick volumes of smoke have been visible since Saturday, and the atmosphere of the township has been intolerably close. Yes terday it was a little clearer. MI. J. W. D?vsnArLE, of Dairy Creek, is making a canvass of that district and liome wood, with the view of starting a Creamery at the latter place. There is little doubt shout the milk supply being adequate...
BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 February 1892
BARK. MrEsrs. YOc.UnGHrB.AND and Co;rPANY, LnurrnE, report on the 16th February : BARs.-Ground, superior, LI to L10 10+ per ton; ground, Portland, L10 13s ; Vic torian bundloe, superior, to LS 10s; Vic torian bundled, medium, I3 to Li; chopped, superior, to LS IOs; chopped, ordi nary, L to LG.