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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 February 1892

CO ,E-RCL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. (FrOM OUR OWY (ORRESrONUENT.) MIELBOIIRNE, LST I'rlIIT. Messrs. W. 3MILWRtCcK and Co. report: CLlEESLZ--No alteration to report; the market remaining vere q(uiet, without any alteration in prices. Bcrren.-Po-ttel: Fair supply, market much easier; prime weekly, 7d to 94d; prime potted, 7d to Sd; medium and in ferior, Sd to ld. Fresh: loderate supply; best dairies, 81 to 1Od. a few lots higher; good ordinary and lump, G1d to 7id; in erior and heated lots lower. Market con siderably lower. EGcs.--0lld to lld per dozen. l'oLTnrv.-Market exceedingly dull. Horsy.-Prime garden, 3d to 3Md. Bees wax, ready sale, at 10d per lb. Btcoý.-Prime light. 7d to 7id; heavy, &d to 6ld per lb.

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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FARM AND DAIRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 February 1892

FAt AND DAIRT NOTES. Tne Western Provineo Butter Factories' Association held a meeting recently to con sider the supply of butter boxes. Hitherto each factory has made its own arrangements for the manufacture of thesearticles, and by so doing it is possible there may be a lack of Imiformity in size of the boxes sent away. Apart from uniformity, if all the boxes were made by one firm, it is more than probable they could be tnrnedoutat a lower ratethan at what theyare now produced. Theassocia tion is cdutemplating calling for tenders for boxes made out of well seasoned New Zealand eshite pine and to contain 56} lb. of butter each. The directors of the Warr naambool factory would give their bond for 4,000 boxes, Framlinghanm 3,000, Koroit and Farnhamn 2,000 each, the same to be de livereld in lots of 300 fortnightly. There were two other factories which had not sent in their orders, but probably would do so ere long. Tue AllansfordButterFactory hsjust held its seventh ordinary general ...

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SUMMER DRINKS. BOSIN CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

BC CREAM. Max 21b. of lo sugar with *lb. of tartaric acid, al half a bottle of essence of lemoe; pour over these 6 quarts of boilin eater, and when cool put in the wh s of two eggs well beaten, and ouf fient cochineal to color a pale pink. B le, and when wanted for use, put a 'ine glassful into a tumbler of wate nd a little carbonate of sodo. G0 R ALE. Cover with 4 arts of being water, 3oz. of ginger, 3 of cream of tartar, 31b. of brown su ; when cold-add 3 tablespoonfuls of t, stir it well, let it remain all nig bottle it, and use in three or four s. Crush loz. of hole ginger, pour over it one qua , of boiling water, cover and stand 11 cold, then strain and add a teas nful of Nelson's critic acid, and 6 irops of essence of lemon, jld of sa ar, stir well and: bottle. BARLE WATER. Put Soz of Pearl Barley inl pint of cold wuter, let this boil, and then add 2 quarts of boiling water and simmer till reduced to one-half; train off the liquid, and when wanted for use, flavor with raspberr...

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PRESERVING FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

3RSSE.Z3 VNT F T. ADAn F. BATELLE thus gives the fol lowing useful hints to a San Francisco agricultural paper: In preparing fruits the best marma lades and jams are made by mixing tart and sweet fruit. Currant and apple, plum and apple, cherry-plum and apple, make delicious jelly. Applejelly easier than any other fruit, buttneeds some tart fruit to season. Never to squeeze the jelly bag is the secret of clear jellies. Drain at least twice. Plum is a most useful fruit for mix ing. Put it with mulberry, elderberry, even pear. For a jam "specially for the chil dren" mix quince and pear. It will be welcome at school lunches. Of all jams, rasberry is the most delicate and is rather improved by being mixed with currants. Don't accustom your family to very sweet fruit. The benefit of fruit acid is lost if the fruit is preserved. Do not sweeten sauce until ready to put it in the dish, after it has been cooked. Figs may be utilised in a variety of ways. Pare and can white figs. They are del...

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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

P'BLZCI.TIONS ECOEIVED. "Tirn Australian Farm and Home," whiche claims to be the organ of the Dairymen's: Association of Victoria, contains a good deal of information in a handy form. Every dairy farmer should subscribe to it. The "Victorian Year-Book" for 1S90-91, contains a great quantity of valuable infor mation. Mr. Hayter does his work so well that it is difficult to look forward to any other Editor performing it in a like manner. If he does retire from the service, we hope some arrangement will still be made with him to continue his editorial duties in con nection with the " Victorian Year-Book." The "Austral Light," a Roman Catholic magazine published in Melbourne. The most notable article is one headed "Two Uncrowned Kings,"in which comparisons are made between O'Connell and Parnell, to the detrimene of the latter. Bat history has yet to decide that point. "Cole's Almanac, Medical Guide, and Family Handy Book," containing pictures of "A Gold Rush in the Early Days," "River D...

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YEA PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

YEA I'UPLIC LIBIRIARY. Open daily, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Coummitteemeets tirst Tuesdla iu the mouth.

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THE POLITICAL BOWLING GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

TU POLITIOAL ZOWLf G GEEN. As Sir Graham Berry and Mr. Best strolled down Collins-street on Saturday morning the face of the Knight was anxious. And yet he wore a look which he intended to be radiant. He had just sent Shiels away from an interview with his nltinatunm, "BI I join any Government it must be as Premier." And Shiels, opening his great grey eye, and looking straight into the. little grey eyes of Berry, had simply uttered the memorable words-" That cock won't fight." And no the conference had ended. But Sir Graham, as he walked along with' Best at his side, said in a voice intended to, be cheery-" Best, my boy, we have given him something to think over. Hell chew it well, and come back to-night, I think." That was the first mistake made by Sir Graham since his return. He didn't knonw his man. Shiels never returned. He did something much more manly. He went straighttohlle Law Courts, where M'Lean and Delfy and Outtrim and all the "boys" were awaiting hi,. The door opened. "...

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YEA BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

YEA BOARD OF ADIVICE 3J1ets the List Saturday in e&ih month at 4 pin.

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KING PARROT CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

=GNO P A =T - -EL (flroM oU OWN COREZSPONDENT.) TuE Strath Creek Creamerywaasuccessfully opened on Monday morning. The plant, consisting of one Jackals 6 h.p., with Penberthy's patent injector, Taunge's special steam-pump, and eqe of De Laval's patent turbine separators pf 150 gallons capacity. During the moning about 100 gallons were put through, the machinery working splendidly, under ee direction of Mr. Jackson, who had evejthing scrapu lously clean, and I may acgratulate the people of Strath Creek in ting such an efficient officer. What might have been very serious accident happend to Mrs. h, who was out driving a few days a One of the clamps connecting the 1 ith the axle broke; the horse became htened, and bolted, and the other clamp reaking, left the shafts free of the bggy Mrs. Gooch, who very pluckily held on e rains, was dragged out of th t tra considerably brnised, but I amglad to that she is in a fair way towards recove SOME little excitement w oned in Yarra Glen on a rec...

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ST. LUKE'S CHURCH. THE ANNUAL MEETING. THE annual meeting of the parishioners of St. Luke's Church was held on Monday, the 1st instant, the Incumbent presiding. INCUMBENT'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

ST. L? IE' 0 08? 0E". 24 THE ANNUAL MEETING. m es Tax annual meeting of the parishioners of P' St. Luke's Church was held on Monday, the se slet instant, the Incumbent presiding. e ISCUiBENT'S ADDRESS. The Rev. C. H. Barnes said-The time for al our annual meeting comes again, and you will naturally expect me to review the tt doings of the past year, and as far as I can A indicate future work. When we think of p; it, it is somewhat extraordinary that we of should be meeting at all The Church of t) England is supposed to be the most con servative of all the Churches, and yet this ai our local branch of it gives the fullest and b freest opportunity to all parishioners-and cl that quite legally-of assembling in public tl meeting to hear annual reports and financial fe statements, and of freely discussing them it they are so minded. Even though themeet- bh ing is called in the most public manner- o from the Pulpit and in the local Press- C especially are the men conspicuous by their w ab...

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Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

Rail'hy Timo Tab o. AiISiSDnUA P.osnTo M,1ELBOPre._ .. Single Fare ... id Mixd lt. 2nd. A.M. P.M. S.D. S. D. adrsloaddep. 8 (1 5 10 Cathkin .. .. 720 5 25 0 8 0 , Molesworth · -... 7.10 33 1 2 ' lialhom ... ... . I I 10 3' Che:iot ..: :.. 7 16:6 1' 2 i, I 171' y , rr. 8 10 615 3 0.2 0" S "dep. 82- 56 30. ? Homewood ... 3-15 - 45 3 10'2 7.' Kerrisdale ... . 9 3 7 14 10 3 Trawool .. 9... 0'20 715 5 103 Ii' i 9arr. 9 7 30 7 0 4 : Tallarookt?... Exp. El p ;?. " allrl.1i {dep1 10 S? 8 3 - Melbourne . "arr.0110 9 491416 311.O I AEBO RE ITODBALEXAILISOA IOAD:i," A.MI. P.3. S. . S. D. Melbourne .;. de. 7 '40 5 Tnllsdokt arr. 9,55 743 9 3 6 3 Toeotw {dep. 81235 0 7 Trawool ..... .:. 84010 6 70 Kerrisdale .. -: 11 Ii1 8.54111 3 7 Homewod ... ... 'l 30 102 83 nrr.11 55 9 2513 3 9 0 Ye. .. P[br -,ar S S { de/12 51 P 1 Ii I - Cheviot ... .. 12 19 9 4913 9 9 3 Blh am ... " 4 3 9 6 Molsworth .. 12 4510 15 5 3i10 Cathikin - ... 0.. 2 55 10 55 10 3 Alexandra Road .:. 1 2510 4516 311 0 Stops wheni re...

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DROWNED IN THE GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

OW1ED Dr TEE OVL 34T. Mn. E. 3. Peceuot, J.P., held a magis terial inquiry on Friday and Monday last into the death of the young man who was found dead in the Gonlburn River on Wed nesday, the 17th inst, as stated in last issue of the Canos?ct. t Constable 1'elmear deposed that Senior constable Alexander and himself had searched carefully in and about the place where the booly had been found, but could not find a trace of any other clothing. On the Swit zcrland side of the river they found foot prints as of a man with toots on along the river bank for a distance of abshout 40 yards. Within about five yards of that point de- 1 ceased appeed appcarcd to have sat down, taken off his boots, and walked barefooted aloag the edge, his footprints being lost on the gravel at the water-i edge. Witness thought de ceased must have attempted crossing at that point, as the river had every appearance of being fordable, but that lie must have borne too much dow.x stream, got into a whirlpool, and b...

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Useful Information. MONEY ORDER AND SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

Vsafl Infoimiticn. MONEY ORDER .u n SAVINGS RANK. Open dtily from 10 a&m. tý 10 p.m.t tt-i ott Satur.ays, 10 ant, to Noon. The Savjni; batk recrronr on Saurda even-?gs (ifr r.-ipts awl iapasit io:i)) from ti to S o': i .'.;

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Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

Dopartire an Arrival xMuils. I'??s cliDe and arrive at the Y- PTost Offtice at the undermentioned hours'- 'CiLb;E I: TrA roR- A.. PM . . Mellohire.:. ... ... 8 G Tallarook .:. ... ... 8 6 Iogelook ..: ... ... -- 6 Mlolesworth ... ... 11 - Gubur .: ... ... 11 Yarck :. . . ... II - Alexandra.:. .... .. 11 urriondindi ... ... 12 i0 1owr ale ... ... I I l l'e on'sk ... ... "1- - 1 - looddens .. ... ... 10 - Molesworth ... - 6 bur ... ... ... - 6I Yarek ... ... - 6 Alexasdra... ... ... 0 6 31urrindin..i II 1 13( Flowerdale .. I1 : Ya'eish's ... I 30 U .derwood's . 1 .3] l-eirin's ... .. . 1 30 Holdens ... ... ... - 1 0 1lurphy's ... ... ... ý 30

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YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

TEA SHIRE COUNCIL Oninary 1i:,uthly Ikecting. First Satur. dy iu ncad rn.ath, at I I a. :.

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. Open daily fr1y:0 10 ?nm. to :i p.m.; and on Saturdays, from 10 a.m. to Noon.

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YEA DAIRY COMPANY. CREAMERIES AT STRATH CREEK AND HOMEWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

TEA DAIBT COONXT. CREAMERIES AT STRATH CREEK AND HOMEWOOD. A GOODLY nnmber assembled at the Strath Creek Creamery on Monday last, including Mr. T. S. Scale, Chairman of Directors of the Yea Dairy Company, Mr. D. Ferguson. of Flowerdale Sation, and a party of ladies, to witness the starting of the machinery. Mr. Jackson, the manager, had everything in splendid order for a start, and at 1 a.m. eight dairies, with an aggregate of about 100C gallons of milk, were represented, the whole of it being put!through without a hitch. The turbine separator, which is the first of the kind erectel in this district, worked very smoothly, and Mr. Jackson, who ap peared to have thoroughly studied it, was highly pleased with the way it did its duty. It is capable of separating 150 gallons per hoar, and Mess~e. Bartram and Son, who supplied and fittel it up, areto be congratu lated on the way they have done their part of the work. Though there has been some little delay, a gold start is better than a b...

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Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

Gooes and hecois at the Ti Sai1 7&y Staticn Tin following is a list of the goods and parcels awaiting delivery at the Yea Rail way Station on Wednesday afternoon: GOODS. Haslam, J. Evans, Hamming, Sandilands, AhHow, D. M'Leish, Conlan, E. G. Wilson, Toahand Cosgrove, D. and D. M'Leish, A. Hood, Walkeden, Whipp. PAECzIS. Conlan, W. Brown, Miss Hughes, Evans, OConnor, Ferguson, Nutting, Pickard, S. Desour, Wilson, Derin.

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The Yea Sub-Treasury. ACCOUNTS FOR PAYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

The Tea Sb-T:'easnry. ACCOUNTS FOR PAYMENT. Desour JS. 1'Cormick Ae OR DELV*"ET. S. L Robis J. Sorrag'an W. Hicks T. M3'Fadden J. T. Gill J. Williamson M. J. Gill M. A. M'Cormick 3L J. Berry L Aldous CEOWN BGRATS FOR DELIVERY. D. Bruce LEASES FOR EIECUTIO?. M. Coonan S. W. Moore . A. Ingham W. E. Gill U. Bolger A. Forbes J. Higgins S. BIlakeney M. Jefery. IJCESCES FOE DE'IEERY. i LT. M'Cormick W. Lawrence J. Bradley W. Craningham

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Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

E* isCe Rsilway Ratsa , N .E: iiates for merchandise, Tiool, prdaicdi; live stock, &c., are piblished as a supple: ment to the Gorenmeat Gaelte of the 27th August. The rates pdr bale for iwool, not exceeding: 4cwt., is 2s. up to 45 miles: From 45 up tai 60 miles, 4d. per bale for. every 5 miles or i part of 5 miles; and from 60 up pto 100 les; 3d. per bale for 5 miles, or pairt of miles-' the latter rates to be caumlative on the former charge. Cattle or pigs will.be c~aoniyd at:ih. pter truck per ile, up to.101 miles; -.l per mile to be added froim 101 up to 1050 miles. If over 150 miles, 7id. pr track per milerill be charged for the whole journey. The minolmum charge is SOs., with' a terminal charge of 2s. per truck in addition to thd above rates. . • Horses to be conveycd at the fdlldoiiig rates:-Mare, gelding, lilly, or entire, under 2 years, 6d. per suile ; entires, 2 years and over, Is. per mile ; two entirces, 2 years and ever, belongiu:nto tifferent uwners, if carried...

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