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Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892
Daootaro 'a4d Arttva1 of Miaz. .ltALs d1aos and arrite at the Yea Post .Oflfce at the undermentioned hours: CWftAT m ' oin A.M. Ir.1. Mellhnurue... S 6 Tallareok ... 6... . -8 6 Da~o lok.:. .. - Mloleawrorth . - Yarek I -Alxrin.la...I I 8 "Mnrrindindi"- ., ... ]: O 10.10 Flowenlrle\ 12 IO ý i" 1 1)ovlin's ..J 12 10. a ldenia .. ' 1*10, Muriphy's ... Di 3tE*CE!VE1 AT ?f 0 -KW (L!. I .31. 'TalliPook.: 11 3iO "30 *lelbcurne... . 1 10 930 ;Do+peo.II 10 iMolja-urth 11 Yareck .. 6 Aleiuundra.;. S 10 G Murrindiudi m 1 30 Tlowarilale 1A9 130 31'Lislis' .ý - 130 Uin.letwraoa 1 T..l O Des~1ib's ... 'l 130 Holden's ... 3 I .o -Surphy's .... 1 :
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Mea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1892. AN OVERGROWN CIVIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TIHURSDA , M.41RCH 3, 1S92. AN O9V?"r ,OWNV CIVZ SEBVICE. WIIcsE n.1 WILLI.A DRYSDALE asked Mr. Husr if he would be in favor of retrenchment in the Civil Service, he put a very pertinent question. It is, in our humble opinion, of far more im portance to the country at large than the One AMan One Vote or the Dual Vote, about which we have heard so much during the past six months. The Age has lately done the colony some service in drawing attention to the enormous growth of the Civil Service during the Fast decade, and Mr. EDWARD LANGTON, ex-Colonial Treasurer, who delivered an address at Richmond on Monday, the 22nd ult., referred to the articles of his old journalistic opponent with marked ap proval, saying that "they contained a vast amount of information which the electors would do well to read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest." He then went on to say :-" He had taken the periods between the two censuses of 1881 and 1891, and omitting the cost of managin...
BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892
BARS. ME ?ss. DArc? r nd CONrANT, Limited, report on the 24th February: BRni.-Snperior hundled black wattle bark, £7 to £S 10s per ton ; medium, £2 to £4 per ton; superior chopped bark, £7 Os to £8 IOs per ton; ground bark, of approved brands and samples, up to £10 per ton; special brands to £1012O Sd per ton.
THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892
THE WOOL MARKET. .MEsSE. ToncarshTazi and CoMiraY, laxrre, report on the Is March: The last sales of the season will take place in Melboarne on the 7th and 8th of this month, when it is to be expected fairly good catilognes will be offered, considering the advanced state of the season.
Goods and Pareels at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892
GooLs sa Paz::s at tho Tea .:il way Station. TaH following is a list cf the goods and parcels awaiting delivery at the Yea Rail way Statio n n Wednesday fternoon: GOODS. Qninlan, Dessour, Waddell, J. W. John iton, Carion. PAECELS. T. Quinlan, Galvin, J. W. Johnston, Mlankitah, Bnckland, Geo. Hnnter, Leech, M'Cluskey, erguson, ymrne, Antony.
Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892
Revised- Railway Rateso. NEw iates for merehandise, wool, prodiee, live stock, &c; are published its- a supple - meent to the Gorernmenl Gaette' of the 27th" August. iThe rates per bale for irool, iiot uceediug 4tet., is 2s. up to 45 miles. From 4.5 up ti .. 60 miles, 4d, per halo for erery' :niiiles or part of 5 m:iles; and from 60 up to 100 miles, Ih. per Isle for 5 miles, or part ;;f i miles- the latter rates to.he cumulative- on the fertier charge. Cattle or pigs will be conreyed at 9d. pet. truck per mile, up to 101 miles; 3d. per mile to be added from 101 ip to 150 meils: If over 150 miles, 7il. wr truck per mile will be charged for the whole journey. ' The'" minimum charge is 20s., with ai terminal charge of ao. per truck in addition to the above rates. Imees to be rconveved at thl followuns rates :-Mare, gelding, filly, or edtire, uaidde: 2 years, l,1. prr mile; entires, 2 years and over, Is. per mile : two entires, 2 'ears and svcr. Icel.incig to ditcreot owners, if...
Railway Faros. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892
. r?rilway a ?. lest Clal. Ad Clotr. us Sin. Ifet. .. D. D.. :. S.D.·. Yea to Homeoo-d ,.... . 1 1 0 ,, Eurrisldale .:. 2 0 4 . 0.. • Tallarook :... 4 02. 4 0 t Seycour 101-4 3? .3" ,3I M,, Melhonrne :..13 320 09 13 -6 Yea to Cheriot . .. 0 81 O 0 S . ,, -Molesworth-... --101'...91 - 3 2[ o • , .lexandra R'd. 3 0 ,4 '06 :0 3 0' Yea to Cathkin ° ...? 4 3 h,. 2 6 , Yarek 2. 2. 104 31 11 3 0. .,. Merton' . . 4 107 33.3 5 O ,, Maindaiple ... 7 311 04 7 3i ,, lanafield . 9'13 35 S 9!
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. (FROx OUR OWN CORRESrOONDE .) MFLIOURtEi-, LasT cIGHr. Messrs. W. M'ILwmcK and Co. report: CamuE-.-Market still very dull, no al teration in prices. P'.rrz?.-Potted : Market steady; prime weekly, 8& to 9;d; prime potted, 6td to 7id; medium and inferior, 5d to 6d. Fresh: 'Owing to cool the weather, the quality and condition is corsiderably better, and prices aare con.etquently firmer; best dairies, 914 to Is: good ordinary and lump, 6;d to Sld; inferior and heated lots lower. Ecns.-16d to 16}d per dozen. PorLrsr.--. arket slack, excepting prime birds. Bacon.-Prime light, 7d to 7.d; heavy, 6d to 6jd per lb.
STICKING-UP AT KOBYBOYN. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892
STIZOflG-UP AT KO3TEOYN. Two YoreTs, Cecil Eyton and George Harrison, aged 16 and 18 years, both big powerful fellows. made up their minds a few weeks ago that the career of theaveragelaw abiding citizen was altogether too tame for men of spirit and resource, and accordingly they left Melbourne, and determined on their arrival on Sunday at Kobyboyn to at tempt a coup which should be a noteworthy prelude to other deeds. The isolated situation of the Post-offico Hotel seems to have convinced Harrison and Eyton, who had reconnoitred the position, that a descent upon the premises would be attended with a satisfactory measure of success, and labouring under this impression comptenced at night their nefarious opera tions. The lights in the windows of the hotel having disappeared, and the inmates apparently retired to rest, our embryo bush rangers proceeded to the stable in the rear. Here they seized two horses, one of which they furnished with the only saddle which appeared to be the only...
MURRINDINDI AND WOODBURN SCHOOLS PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892
MURRINIDINDI AND WOODBURN SCHOOLS PICNIC . ( FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. ) THURSDAY, the 11th ult., was a gala day in the Murrindindi district, the occasion being the holding of the annual picnic of the Murrindindi and Woodburn Schools. The site of the festivities was Mr. Edward Dunn's paddock, and from early morning until late in the afternoon visitors from every point of the compass were to be seen driving, riding, or gaily walking towards the festive centre. The weather was delightful, and the picnic grounds being beautifully shaded by the many noble trees in the vicinity, the visitors, who must have numbered several hundreds, had a thoroughly good time. The material wants of the guests were not neglected, for luncheon and tea, abundantly provided by the matrons of the district, were liberally dispensed to all by these ladies. The children of coarse were not over-- looked, as besides being regaled with good things, a long programme of racing, jump-- ing, &c, was gone thro...
KING PARROT CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892
(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Tno Strath Creek Creamery is working very satisfactorily, and the rilk supply is steadily increasing, 160 gallons having been put through to-day (Monday). For some un known reason reveral of iSe largest pro ducers of milk are holding off. The farmers generally express themselves satisfied with the price received for the milk. A rather seriou accident occurred to a young man named Shepherd yesterday. While out riding his horse stumbled and threw him to the ground; one foot remained in the stirrup, and he was dragged some distance in that position. When picked up he was found to be very much cut about the head, and remained insensible for three hours. He is slightly better to-day. The people of Spring Valley are making preparations for an opening tea meeting in counection with their new Church, which has just been completed. The event, which takes place on the 10th of March, promises to be a great success. Last Thursday evening, Mr. _P. Doolan (who, by-th...
ANGLESEY ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHBONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892
ANGLESEY ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF TilHE CEOICLE. Sin,-It is within the legitimate right of any elector to eriticise the political views of either of the candidates for Anglesey, but in doing so the critic should adhere closely to facts, and shun fiction and personality. In last week's issue of the Seymour Expreos some seven letters appeared. Several of these indulged in mere personalities, and consequeutly can only concern the malig:ant individuals. With regard to the other four letters, it is my intention to point out a few mistakes the writers have made--through iguorance no doubt, but ignorance, in cases of this description, is almost as culpable as premeditated design. I shall deal with the letters in their order. The first on the list is signed "One Man One Vote." This writer, in a letter of half-a-column in length, attemnpts to prove that Victoria is in a bad state, smuply because she is Conserva tive. To show the fallacy of his argument, I propose to draw a few comparisons....
THE GENERAL ELECTION. MR. HUNT. M.L.A., AT ALEXANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892
THE GENERAL ELECTION. MR. HUNT, M.LA., AT ALEXANDRA. (FRon A conuI sro"nEx-r). As per advertisement, Mr. Hunt addressed a number of his constittints in the Shire Hall, Alexandra, on Fridly, the 19th ult. There was a good attendmnse, about 270 people being present. Mr. ~. Whiting oc cupied the chair, and everylhing passed off smoothly enough until M\r.'1lunt had con cluded his address, a detlaed report of which is uonecossary, as it was simply a recapitulation of his Ycal speech, the language used being almost ibntical. As soon as the clhairman anounced that M' r. Hunt would now be licpyv to answer any questions that might be put to him," siegns of the coming storm wire distinctly apparent, and although 31r. '\hitiag made several endeavors to assert his iuthority, he failed in m:intaining that connlntud over the meeting which is necessary to the carrying out of the proceedings in an ordkrly manner. The majority of the questions adeed were of a similar nature to those propounded in Ye...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892
NEWS ANTD NOTES. MR. JAMES CarPDEt., who was asked to contest Anglesey, has decided to stand for Blenalla and Yl'rrawonga. Tur. Commercial Bank, Yea, will in future be kept open until 3 p.m. on Thursdays, and like moot other Banks in the colony will close at noon ofn Saturdays. TEt cricket between Yea and Wlhitehead's Ceek, which was to be played at Traawool on Saturday last, lapsed owing to White head's Creek failing to raise a team. Tez Yea monthly sales take place to morrow at the Shire Yards. Messrs. Abbott and Wilson will offer fat and store bullocks, sprinugers, milkers, young cattle, fat and store sheep, horses, &c.; also 610 acres at I Woodburn belonging to Mr. Cowan Nash. The property, which is subdivided, and has o half-a-mile frontage to a running creek, is I said to be one of the best in the district. TnE plain and fancy dress ball, on St. Patrick's nigLt (Thursday. 17th March) is likely to be a big success. judging by the large number of tickets already disposed...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892
aoTA.L LIQ U3 WEZSZT. The Best Imported. INSIST ON GETTING IT. Ohurchoas. PPRSBYTERIAN CHU.CE, YEA. THE Rev. D. MILNE will 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. o'clock. In the afternoon at Limestone, at 3 o'clock. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, YEA. THE REV. C. H. BARNES will conduct 1L 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. Dlley at Spring Valley in the morning, and Strath Creek in the afternoon. Rev. C. H. Barnes at Tea tree on Wednes dayat7 p.m. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, SPRING VALLEY.-Opening Tca Meeting on TcGsn?AY, MAtcn 10, 18r2. Tea on Tables, 6 to 7.30 p.m. Mdic and Short Speeches, 8 p.m. Tickets-Adults, Is. 6d. ; Children, Is. Moonlight ! JAMEs EVAss, Hon. Sec. Opening Service-S.?DAY, MAnHs 20, at 2.0 p.m. For :Sl1. FOR SALE. E NSILAGE PRESSES. STUMP AND TREE PULLERS. Circuiars and all information...
PRESERVING FRUIT. BOTTLING OF FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892
S1 ZVIN·. . G 2F. IZT. k nOTTLINt ao P FRUITS. t] FtrrI can be had all the year round e nearly equal to fresh picked fruit. 8s Pick your fruits, such as currants, P gooseberries, plums, apricots, cherries, 0 and all kinds of small fruits, straight ' into the bottles from the trees. The a fruit should not be dead ripe, as it fi keeps whole, and adds much to the ap- n pearance after cooking. Put as much fruit into bottles as possible, giving them a shake occasionally, so as to get them packed firmly together, taking a care not to have them broken. After a the bottles are well filled with fruits, t pour clean water into them until it d runs over the rim i; see particularly to this, as nothing looks worse than a a bottle not being full. The corks t should be of the best quulity, free from holes, and fitting tightly. They will s require some force to drive them down. Place small pieces of tin on the top of the corks, about the size of a shilling, to c keep the wire from cutting them. As ...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. TUESDAY, 16TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. T7ESDAY, 16TI FEBRUARY. FAT SHEtr.-A moderate supply of fat sheep rere forward to-day, the demand being keener for good trade lots, which were sparingly represented; last week's closing rates being fully maintained, whilst middling sorts continued dull of sale, with no change in last week's prices. Crossbred wethers were in demand, and realised floil prices. The quotations were :-Prime crossbred wetlers, from Ils to 12a: a few rtrs-a prime -and heavy croslred wthenr, s12 to 13s; prime cross-bred ewes, 9s to 10s; prime merino wethers, 9s to 11s; good merino wethers, 7s 6d to Ss 6d; middling and in ferior, 6s to 7s; prime merino ewes, 5s to6s; a few prime merino ewes at 6s 6d; other sorts, from .s. FAT LAr-s.-There was a shorter supply than usual The demand throughout was was brisk, with a firm tendeucy, and for good to prime prices were higher than last week's rates. Prime sold at from Ss to 9s 6d, a few extre prime at IOs to las, good 6s to 7a, and middling ...