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

Railway Faroa ' Ro It ClM. d Clom. FM... Si .. . ts ftin.S Reto S. D.S. -... 6l S. sD. Ya to Hinewiood ...1 1' 6 8 1 0' SKrrisdale ... 2 01? 42 0' ; TalUrook ... 4 06 ' 4 0 SSeymrour 107 33 a 5, 0' _ , :elbourne ...13 320 0:9 013 0: Yea to Cheriot ...0 81 0:0 5 0 8'S , oleswnrtl ... 1 10.. 91 3 0 , Alexandra R'd. 3 0I 6? 0 3 0 Yea to Cathkiii .... 2 . 2 6 , Yrck .. 2 10,4 3S1 11 3 .0 ., erton . :4 107 313 3! 0 SMaindapl... 7 31 04 7 3 ... Mlansfield ... 8 .9'13 3;15 9i S 9

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. (oae OUR OWse CORORSPONDENT.) M?lnoURNE, LAST lNIGHT. Messrs. W. M'TILwRtc and Co. report: CEESz.-Market very dull, without any alteration. Barrrn.-Potted : Small supply; prime weekly, 7id to 9:; prime potted, 61d to Sd; medium and inferior, 5d to 6d. Fresh: Moderate supply; mostly all affcted by the weather, and quality not up to the standard; best dairies, 71d to 9d, a Iew lots higher; good ordinary and lump. 6fd to 7d; in ferior and heated lots lower. Ecus.-ll 1 to 13d per dozen. Por.usr.-Market exceedingly doll

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

auctona. AVE EL. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2. CLEARI1 G SALE Complete Saimilling Plant, 45 TRUCKS WOOD 45 Valuable Allomnents of Land. W WALLDER, HIRTE, AND WALLDER under instructions from Mrs. M. VERtsNo, will Sell on above date (close to Avenel Railway-station) a (Complete Saw milling Plant as follows: First-class Stnam Engine Saw Bench, Biting Circular Saws; rocls, &e., &e. 45 TRUCKS 1.f BOX WOOD (dry, sound, andcut in 4ft. lengths) 9 h.p. Engine,. Bullock- Waggon 4 Bullocks, wi Tackling. lso, Br ORDr.E ) ExCeTORS 2 Valuablq Allotments 2 Being Lots 11 12, on Plan of Sub division, 4. 1,954, lodged in the Office of tles, and being part of Crown AAtment 30, Parish of Avenel, Cinty of Delatite, ad jacent to the Avenel Railway station, an adjoins the property of Mr. Gleeso Lot 11 has a ?and frontage of 134ft. in. to Thdnos-street, witha vary ing depth ol143ft lin. Lot 12 adjoins and faces Government road, with I frontage of 36ft. and widening d th of 143ft. The Auctioneers i-it...

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CRICKET. YARCK V. YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

O-3aZOZZT. YARCK F. YEA. THE second match of the season be tween the above clubs was played at Yea on Saturday last, there being a large attendance of spectators. Burns led the locals, and Payne the visitors. The former, on winning the toss, de cided to bat first, and put together 77 before the fall of the last wicket, Bums 19, M'Cann 14, being the only batsmen who reached double figures. Yarck then took the wickets, and re sponded with 100, or 23 ahead of their opponents, Jno. M'Menaman, who played a faultless innings, heading the list with 46 to his credit, Sandilands (who acted as a substitute) 23, and Jas. M'3lenaman 14, also batted well for the visitors. Yea again went tothe wickets, and at the call of "Time" had lost one wicket for 28; Maynard and Wilson (not out) with 17 and 11 respectively. Yarck thus claimed the victory on the first innings by 23. The fielding on both sides was good; Wild for the home team, and Jno. M'Menaman for the-visitors, being a treat to watch. After ...

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YEA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

YEA I'OJCE. C'OCURT. 1e on thr foin ii~i : Ii :i 31arch-1. 13, 2' 9. April--.5, 26. .iuu- 13. 1, 3.1.

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YEA BRASS BAND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

MtZ *7ASS 3.1O COIWOMT. THE second concert by the Yea Bras Hand attracted a large audience to the Shire Hall last Thursday evening, every seat being cc cupied before the curtain rose. The Band, whose continued progress, under Mr. Doody's talented and painstaking leadership, it is a pleasure to note, played the following selection in front of the hall:--"The Girl I Left Behind Mle, The Minstrel l'oy, Auld Lang Syne"; and the waltz, "Brunette." The overture from the "Bohemian Girl," by Mr. Doody (violin) anti Miss Fernandez (piano) having been brilliantly executed, the rising of the curtain disclosed to view ten "bredren of de burnt cork," with S. Sutton Interlocutor, H. OGates Bones, and J. Oates Tambo, the company singing " Razors in de Air," Tambo's playing being remark ably good, as well as his singing of " When the Clock Strikes Ten," which followed. Mr. E. Corlass having nicely rendered, "I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen," Tambo and Bones indulged in some jocularity, and Bones ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

MR. J. O'NEILL GEOGHEGAN SOUICTOR, Ac., M A NS FI ELD. 'TUTfHILL, GEOfKE?AN. A. PERRY, Soaucatom, MELBOoutE. ]I1R. GEOGHEGAN attends Yea Courto, 1. and may be Consnlted at CONLAN'S CALEDONIAN HOTEL, .YEA. 'LocAL ArEsT': MR. S DESSOUR. •DUFFY and WILKINSON. JOH1I GAVAN' DUFFY, the surviving " partner of the abave-named firm of Solicitors, and THOMAS EDWARD KING;, who has been carr ing on the business of the said firm at Seymour and Kimore for srme time p?ot, having entered into 'artnership, :they will carry on the busi::ees at Seymour mand Kilmore, under the style or fina of 'Gav.txs U-r and-Ki.,. 0eIC4 : TALLAROOK-STREET, SEYMOUR, AeDs SrnteT :STREET, KILMORE. Ma. Kmed COMoioE Itoe: FOR TAMING tCAVAN DUFFY AND KING, SOLICITORS, .r., :SE-YHOUR AND RILMORE. -?. -KILs ABrrtmss AT KILVLORE EVE-Y Taurnsan. THOMAS GRAHAM, B.L., SOL.ICITOR, LE X AN D R A, A~ATNDS -ALL COURTS AT YEA0 -MAY BE CONSULTED AT Andersdin Commercial Hotel, T~aesday in Each Week. Hour : 9 a.m. to 12 noon. -ofit AT Y...

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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Mea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1892. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

ht ~ ta J bhitotnic. k WITH WieCK 8I INCORPATED 0 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, PFEBRUARY 9S, 1895. MEWS AND NOT= MAsOR HoAD, V.M.R., hasbeenappointed Inspector of Army Signalling. A LOCAL LAND HOARD will be held at I Yea on Friday, the 11th March, at noon. a TuH tender of A. H. Lee, for new police I buildings at Kilmore, has been accepted at £2,500. ScaP.rET NE-Es has not yet disappeared from Kilmore. On Tuesday, a child of Ser geant Gilfedder's succumbed to the disease. t Two publicans (Mrs. M'Manus and Thos. Tresize) were each fined £2 and £1 17s. 6d. costs for Sunday trading, at the Broadford 1 Police Court, last week. ToE whole of the plant and machinery of the Langridge and Doyle's mine, Reedy I Creek, together with leases, are to be sold by auction in Melbhourne on Monday next. THE following names are gazetted as members of the Beechworth Prospecting i Board:--Messrs. H. Horrocks, D. Turnbull, t H. Davidson, W. Radcliffe, and L. Murphy. MR. T. FOLcr, Bailiffof the Count...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

Churchce PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. T HE Rev. D. MILNE wsill conduct Divine 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 Ilomewood, at 3 o'rtltk. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, YEA. T HE REV. C. H. BARNES will conduct Divine Service at the above Church on Sunday morning and evening next; also at Molesworth in the afternoon. Mr. F. H. Burgess at Ghin Ghin in the afternoon. SService Wednesday next (Ash Wednes day) at St. Luke's at S p.m. SHIRE OF YEA. TENDERS. TrENDERS, addressed to the President, JL will be received until 12 Noon on SarXunar, the 5th 3MA ca, 1892, for the following Works: Contract 31/92 (Fresh Tenders).-Com pleting Contract 48/9!, Cuttings, sc., Whittlesea-road. Contract 33192. - Works, O'Connor's Flat. Contract 35/92.-Fencing Cluny's Devia tion, Spring Valley. Contract 36/92.-Lengthening Doyle's Bridge, King Parrot Creek. Contract 37/92.-Constructing Culverts and Adproaches between Bett's and Junct...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

Mollonre MAvanisocmntt. Business and Professional Directory. CAFE .AND RESTA~U~urs. COFFEE PALACE. Smith-street, Fitzroy, nnsurpoosed for Cleanliness and Comfort. Trans from station pass door. Special attention Country Visitors. Every in. fIrmation supplied. Baths, Billianls, Smoking and Reading Rooms. Terms exceedingly MNodcr.te. Wat. SIlELLEY, Manager. CIIAFF AND GRAIN d IERCIIANTS, AND COMMrssrON AGnEirs. E. C. ROBERTSON & CO., 56 Spencer street Account sales and cheques rendered rendered. MERRY & CO., 533 Flinders Lane west. Advances made onallkindsoffarmproduce. DAIRt AND FArTL -PRODUCE M1"ERCHtA\-rS, AND DAIRY ConMISSION AGENTS. HOLDERSON & NEILEOX, 4S3 Flinders Lane. Trialsolicited. est price obtained for all dairy produce. WOOD & CO., 33 King-street. Established IS70. All kinds of dairy produce sold on conmmiu?on. SAW 3AKERS AND IMPORTERS. BLAKELEY, W. I., 113 Lonsdale.street. Sole Agent for H. Disston Son's roee brated Saws. Send your old cir...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

Birth: UNDERWOOD.-On the 19th inst.,   at Silverdene, Murrindindi, the wife of Richard Underwood, jun., of a son--stillborn.

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The Government Gazette. APPLICATIONS FOR LICENCES AND LEASES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 February 1892

The Oavaramnt Gazotto. APPICATIONS FOR UCESCES AND LEASES APPROVED. 31. Sorroghan, 319a. 3r. 3p., Worrough. Johanna Higgins, 2SOa., Flowerdale. Charles Wilscon, 319 Sr. 3p., Yea. Alice E. Williamson, 320a., Ruffy. John Bradley, 3?Oa., Dropmore. John M'Connac, , 24., Whanregarwen. Kate Mitchell, 317a. 3r. 27p., Billian. Jane Rice (nee Drysdale), 224a. lr. 29p., Windham. Thorns H. S. Bryan, 96a. 3r. 23p., Swit aerland. Norman D. Ferguson, 319a. 3r., Flower dale. Isabella Williamson, 3181 Ir. 32p., Bil liBan. William Blackeney, 319a. 2r. 6p., Switzer land. APPLCATIOSS FOR GRC.LS .PFROVED. Owen Martin, 5a. Ir. 26p., Whanregarwen. James Bryan, 20a. 2r. 25p., Switzerland. TRANS0FES R?EGISTERED. J. Egan, 199a. Sr. 32p., Windham, to M. Egan, Kensington. C. O'Neill, 320i., Dropmore..nd Gobur, to G. J. Rowan, Terip Terip. A. Hume (deceased), 275a Ir. 2p., Wood burn, to A. Hume, Yea (adminitrator). Mary A. Devlin, 205a. Ir. 31p., Gillian, to Matthew Devlin, Yea River. Charles M'Kerzie, 194a. 3...

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YEA WARDEN'S COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 1. (Before Mr. Rowan, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892

YTI WA.& N'S oOTR TtsEDAY, M'anca I. (Bofore Mr. Rowan, P.M.). Siegmund Desour v. Messrs. Chamberlain, Elliott, and Reidy.-This was a case is' which plaintiff applied to the Counrt to fix. compe:lstion for the right to mine one dlefeedanto' property at Cathkin. Mr. Rowan, after hearing the evidence, said the matter required to be looked into, an&d that he would fix the compensation in. a fortnight's time.

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YEA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 1. (Before Mr. Powan, P.M., and Messrs. T. S. Seale and J. M'Cormick, J.P's.) CIVAL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892

TEA POLIQCE QOOT, TUESDAY, MARCH 1. (Before Mr. P.owan, P.M., and Messrs. T', S. Scale and J. M'Cormick, J.P's.) B CWAL CASES. E. S. Purcell and Co. v. Steuart.-Claim, £5 9s. 10d. Verdict for amount, with £12s, 6d. costs. B. S. Purcell and Co. v. Brown.-Claim, £11 Os. . I Verdict foramount. Delaney v. Collins.-Claim for wages. £. 15s. There was a contra account, but nob being recognised by the Court, a verdict: was given for plaintiff for amount claimed, with costs.

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YEA PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892

YEA PUBLIC LTIR Arr. `Open daily, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. ?Cvnlmittee mleelt firt TueOrdOy in Olr. iiozLib.

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YEA BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892

TEA WOAP. 01? ADVICE?. J!:rts the last Sarcinry in cazh mronth "atl'hRm

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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.] A VINDICATION OF THE LATE MISS GRAY'S MEDICAL ATTENDANT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892

t.UT~ES TO ,U?E ?ZZTO. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] A VINDICATION OF THE LATE MISS GRAY'S MEDICAL ATTENDANT. CO TIOE EDITOR Of TIM CIIRO.ICLE. S3,-Will you permit mo in your columns to give a most emphatis contradiction to the mischievous rumor at present in circula tion, that I was dissatisfied with Dr. Lang's treatment of my dear departed daughter? From first to last Dr. Lang was unceasing in his care and attention to my dear daughter, and both Mrs. Gray and myself have still the greatest confidence that his skill in diagnosing, and his treatment of her malady-as far as her condition would permit-was tho proper one; confirmed as it afterwards was by Dr. Rae, of Seymour. An operation being necessary, Dr. Rae was sent for, but on his arrival the patient's strength in the meanwhile had fallen so rapidly that both doctors con sidered it too dangerous to operate. It is ve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892

Logam :MiR. J. O'NEILL GEOGHEGAN . 31A . S'FIELD. -rUTHILL, OalHE. AN, a-sI PRTY, . GEOGHlEiAKattena Yea Courtn, -1 ;- adbi iay be CCusnlted at COsLAN'S CALEDONIAN HOTEL, YEA. " T;CAL A?z.?: 1MR. S DESSOIR. DUIFY and WILKINSON. T OIN GAVAN DUTFY, the surviving partner of the abae.named firmnn of Solicitors, and THOMAS EDWARD KING, who has been carrying on the business of the said firm at Seymour and Kibnore for sonme time past, having entered into i'artnership, 'they will carry on the business at Seymnour and Kilmore, under the style or finm of .ar.s Drer- awl KIrNe. OrFFuCS: TALLAROOK-STREET, SEY.?0U1Rt, AtND SYDNEY-sTRELr, HILMOI:E. Mn. KISa COMr lr ?lo.r. FoR T.AKING ArFIDnAVIT. GUAYPN? DUFFY AND KING SOLICITORS, er., SEYMOUR AND KILMORE. Mr.. KIto ATrrEus AT KaLnOEtE E\TRrY TnDasuAr. THOMAS GRAHAM; B.L., SOLICITOR, ALEXANDRA, A TTENDS ALL COURTS AT YEA, MAY BNi CONSULTED AT Anderson's Commercitl lHotel, Tuesday in Each Week, Hours: 9 a.m. to 1'2 noon. ActNt AT YEa-MI. A. II. S.o...

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Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892

Bailvwy Time Table. ALAi.WN?x A ROAD TO ?tl-?loaP.r :-. 751-' AlexledraRoaddip. 6 .10 531 49 Cathki 7. 5 569 7 Mol.esorth l . 7 :3 5 so 1'I lialham I C665 1* Cheviot i 50r. )5 1i 540 21 Kerrisdal ... 9 1 {46 14 Trwool ... ..: 9 0 55 419r allrook'. - art. 32 9 S lelbourne . arr. 51 9 43 SIELnouRe. TO AL?.~XE DRA ? LD. S32' " Mtelbodtil'.' iep. 740 5 t r - de "0 :35 8 °5 535 56 Tallaroo, 540 G Trawool . ... 10 40 540 6S9 Kcrrisdalhk .II 115 8 54 561?'74*. lomeimood:. . :. 11 9 ? 10 {art. 11 ,9 25 50o5 7S~ e ...; . .M. 06. 85 Cheviot ... 19' 0 4, /50 S9 ILalham . :5'0 950, aMoleswoh " .. 12 45.1 0 15 531. 9}- Clthkin .... 12 550 2 751 973 Axsandr Road. 50 45 SStops 'when required to pick up or set down passengers. : : Change trmmsat Tallarock. ra ?Iu NStateio. - 81 D3 Cathikin fart. .?.. 12 53 ]dep. 7 aýs I10 6 97 arck... . .. 7 50 1 15 81o101 l Kanumhra . ... 8 5s1 50 1051 OS Merton .:. ... 35 2 0 973114 Woodfiel ... 925118 onie Doon... :.. 9 0 0 . 100122 Mindample, . . 91 2 45, 10131...

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Useful Information. MONEY ORDER AND SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892

U of 1~ I io:> :ion. `stONEY ORDER .sn SAVIN(; i;BANK. Open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.; "w 1 on Satunlras, 10 i.'z to Noon. The Sadvngs ITaik ra-opeus on Satnrday 'erenning (Ior receipt; anid dpodita unly) 'from 6 to S o look.

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