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CRICKET. YARCK V. ALEXANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892
CRICKET. YARCK V. ALEXANDRA. (mon A CO A COMrODExT.) THE above teams met for the third time this: season on the Alexandra cricket ground on Saturday last, and resulted in an easy victory for Yarck by eight wickets and 3 runs. Great interest was taken in the con test, as both teams had previously won a match each, and the above match was to de cide which was the best trmn. The follow ing are the full scores: YArcL.-Ist Innings. Jno. 3I'Menaman, b Barnard ... 0 F. Goodear, st. Mensforth, b Hewitt 0. P. Purcell, b Barnard ... ... 2 Jas. M'Menaman,cHewitt, bBarnard I A. J. Le Broal, b Barnard .. ... 5 C. Ireland, b Barnard ... ... l J. Goodear, b liarard ... .. 9 W. Payne, b Barnard ... .. 10 R. Purcell, run out ... .... 0 P. Blakeney,st, Mensforth,bWhitifng 4 T. Murray, not out ... ... . 4 Extras ... ... ... ... 1 Total ... ... ....... 2nd Innings. P. Purcell, c Jeffery, b Barnard -. 0 J. Goodear, Barnard ... ... 7 . Jno. M'Menama, not out .. ... 19 Jas. M'Menaman, not out .. 8 ... 8 S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892
__ eltoa no MJv_ xtisom.tu. Business- and Professional Directory. CAFE AN. RESTARACHA S. COFFEE PALACE. dmith-street. Fitzroy. unsurpassed for (lealiniess and Comfort. Tranms from sttioln pas dour. Special attarenn Country Visitors. Every in. frrneti.on oUplied. lkths, I;illiards, Smoking and. ; tadi,,g Poums. Terms Srceedingly Mode. tte. W\V. SIIELLEY, Manager. :CIAFF AND GRAIN 3IEtRCH?ANTS, AND CO.3tMSSloN AC~EnTS. H. C. ROBERTSON & CO., 3-; Spencer street. Acount ales and chclues rendered rendered. MERRY & CO., 533 Flinders Lane west. Advances tmadeonallkinds of farnproduce. DAIRY.AND FAnLS PIODUCE 3IE? CIIrANS, AND DAIRY CoaMOISSION AGarIIS. HOLDERSON & NFILSON, 4S3 Flinders Lane. Trialsolicited. Bestpriceobtained for all dairy produce. WOOD & CO., .3;Kiig stre et. F.stahlihed 1870. All kinds of dairy produce sold on commission. SAw 3IAKERS AND IMPORTERS. BLAKELEY, 1\.ý It, liJ Londale-street. Sole Agent for if. Disstoa Son's cele - -brated iaws. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892
YEA. IMONTHLY STOCK SALE. FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1892, AT 2 o'CLOCK, At the Shire Yards. Land, Cattle, Horses. A BBOTT AnD WILSON, acting under Instructions from G. R. NAsh, will Offer for Sale HIS FARM, containing 640 ACRES 640 The pick of Woodbourne, divided into 4 4 paddocks, J mile frontage to a running creek, securely fenced. 100 acres consists of a dark chocolate soil, 40 acres of volcanic soil, balance good grazing land ; also 5 acres of an Orchard in full bearing. This Property is sitnated in a healthy locality, and about 9 miles from a Railway- I station. Persons wishing to obtain a place would do well to inspect before Day of Sale. Also, on Same Day and Place, we will Yard a Good Supply of Fat Bullocks and Cows. 3 and 4-year-old Store Bullocks. Springers, Milkers, and Young Cattle. Fat and Store Sheep, Horses, &e. ENTRIs- RECEIVED UP TO HOUR or SALE tY GEO. F. JonS~TOte, HIGHC-STEETr, YEA. ABBOTT A.N WILSON, Auctioneers, 415 Bourke-street, Melbourne. For Sale, FOR SALE. ...
YEA LICENSING COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 1. (Before Mr. Rowan, P.M.) TRANSEER OF VICTUALLERS' LICENSER. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 March 1892
YEA LICENSING COURT. &nbsp; TUESDAY, March 1. (Before Mr. Rowan, P.M.) TRANSFER OF VICTUALLERS' LICENSES. Charles Davey applied for a transfer of the Royal Mail Hotel. Yea, to Charles Jeffries, who was subjected to a long cross- . examination by Inspector Smythe, but the application was eventually, granted. Mr.. Jackson appeared for the applicants. The application for the transfer. from P. W. Coulan, of the Caledonian Hotel, to H. S. Conlan, was also granted.
Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
Goodsa s d Parxael t t'the Tea ' ail way Statfan, THe following is a list of the goods and parcels awaiting delivery at the Yea Rail way Station on Wednesday afternoon: Goons. E. G. Wilson, White, Walton, Oliver, J. M'Leish, Waddell, J. M'Kenzie, S. Smith, Rice, Bett, M'Leish (Glenmore). PAECELS. Murphy, R. Anderson, T. O'Connor, Moore, Lingford, Callan, Waddell, Cluskey, Egan, Churchus, J. A. O'Connor, Barnes, Davern, M'Cluskey, Underwood, Brown. TnEY have a brand of whisky in Ken tacky known as the "Horn of Plenty," be. cause it will corn-you.copiously.
CRICKET. TALLAROOK V. YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
CRICOET. TALLAROOK V. YEA. THE return match between the above clubs was played at Yea on Saturday, and re sulted in an easy win for the home team by six wickets and 35 runs. The ladies very kindly supplied refreshments during the match. The following are the scores: TALLAKooK. J. Keane, b Wilson ... ... ... 10 H. Winnell, b Robinson ... ... 29 T. Kennedy, e Robinson, b Wild ... 12 P. Hughes, bThorley........ 20 T. Dwyer, b Robinson ... 17 J. Howe, run out ... ....... 0 J. Kenndy, b Maynard ... 9...9 P. Moor, no ot ut ... . ... 3 S. O'Neil, b Maynard ... ... 4 H. Maynard, bThorley ... ... 3 W. Devlin, b Maynard ... ... 1 Extras ... 8 Total ... ... ... ...115 YEA.. - J. Robinson, b Winnell ... ... 42 J. Maynard, e and b O'Neil... ... 32 C. J. Wild, run out ... ... ... 48 C. Carr, b J. Kennedy ... ... 13 H. M'Canu, not out ... .... ... 3 W. Wilson,-not out ... ... 2 Extras ... ... 10 Total for four wickets ...150
THE CONFERENCE ON THE STOCK TAX [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
T CONTOEENCE. ON TL? E STOCK TAX TilE conference of farmners which assembled at the Town Hall last week to consider the question of an increased stock tax was one of the largest and most unanimous gatherings which has assembled in Mel bourne. On the main question there was absolute unanimity, and the only difference of opinion was as to whether tile increased tax should be levied on the weight of the beasts imported, on their value in the market, or at so much per head. An over whelming number of delegates declared in favor of a direct tax. It was also resolved that the import on horned cattle should be £2 per head, on sheep 3s., on pigs 15s., and on horses £4. The question of drawbacks being allowed on stock re-exported was considered, and it was resolved to recommend the Governmneut to discontinue the system. Resolutions were also carried in favor of an increased tax being one of the first items of business submitted to the new Parliament, and requesting all municipal councils, ag...
KING PARROT CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
EItG -PABOT CREZZ (FROM O?R OWNS CORRESPONDENT.) THE heat, during the last few days, has been intense. The air at present is thick with smoke. A furious bush fire has been raging up the Strath Creek, but has not done much harm to farmers; but if the weather still keeps dry, there is no telling where it will stop. Tile supply of milk at the Creamery is keeping up very well, considering the scarcity of grass. I believe the farmers have taken steps to carry the cream to Kerrisdale at their own expense. Each one's turn will come but once in three weeks. This action on the part of farmers means a saving of a guinea per week to the company, whien is a pretty substantial one. Considerabe disappointment was shown by the Flowerdale team when it became known the Yea boys were not coiing. There is no doubt about a return match having been arranged, as Mr. Harris, the Secretary, has a letter to that effect in his possession. HIowever, a return match between the Smokers and Non-smokers was playe...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] RAMPANT LARRIKINISM. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
LETTEPS TO TIE EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] RAMPANT LARRIKINISM. TO TIIE EDITOR OF THE CIRONICLE. Sm,--Could you inform me if the two constables stationed here are to be looked at as ornaments, or are they.supposed to see that peace and good order is kept ? At the open-air meeting of the Salvation Army last night, a lot of drunken fellows behaved in a shameful way, one of them even going so far as to back his horse right against the two ladies connected with the Army. The police, as is very often the case, were not to be seen, or else they kept at a distance, and perhaps enjoyed the "sport." Afterwards, some of these men-larrikins behaved like lunatics at the meeting in the Temperance Hall, but still no policenman. Is this going to be allowed- ima oivilisod town like Y-ea ? The police are alrays there when a concert is going on, and they claim to have a right t...
Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
-- Riwii4 w o Table. ALEA\A )thADih l 01 151! - Alexdhdri~oaddep. n1 581 41 C5tIkiu0 . 569 7 'Il-eswortli 75 18 850 111 llltfam 665 141 Chxev1ot SC ; l3: 564 Ijomei ;` 540 291 Klerrit~ilafo 1" ''.. J Sýi 546 34 I5*j SrI 17.P1. 321 141 TaIaoour.e - Exp.0 Esp .46 O"~ Trawool 10 05 4 3o29 5*Kernae .._1iirr1 594 M5L5 S it) l t6cwi1ood II 3.R '1 0 1.-. A.M. Yea eI 1" ., 551A1 96.' 6.4 C rioikt 1 Sdef564 baI1"an, 56 50* Mo1wort* ..; 1 4511SA 5S0 155.* CerMa lek:.o 1101: 854l 54Sto ye45 ireqtuired to -.5k 3up or P ; C~Iuige train~s st~T:~n~ aiawo f arr. l'IA 31 13!it dep. 12 110 850 661. hKailinbh* 50 10505 ertot, 5 "3 0 0589" 96.5 loniie1*ort 9 51 2 4 105. 5S1' `9:I} Catlhkin ..1···. 2 5 451 2 Mnmdapii lef 0 Je3 Change trams t Ta:Iareok. C0tr12tI T Iio domr1ec 5 5 o 03115 athnnieDoo 51r..ý .3[.16 10351159 Woodle7d lianumhra.... 6 45 9761 !4ack.o.d........ . 4 401276 Ctlikin . 9 STo stop Iel requiirf e d Po e ... cEl4 3St give notice to Guard at prosauai stopapin st3Mtion. M 1
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
*;Djtamro ani BrriV lof ia jiv1 AiLs 'claosm and arrive at the Yea Post Otliceat 'thie uildermentionMl hours: CLos T VTEA roB- A.M. P.M. Blelhotro..:. •... ... 8 6 1Tallarook :.. ... ... 8 6 1oigslook.:. - 6 Iosworth ... II - iol r ... ... ... 1I - Yark ... .. ... - AlemndrJ... ... ... s11 l lnindiudi .. . ... 12 flowxrdkae ... ... j 1 lolden's.-. .. ... ... . 1I -lurphy'.... ... ... I 10 '.ECEIVEI) AT ' KA FRO.i- A.MI. P.M. Tallarook ... ... ... 1 I 09 le rnn ... ..... ..I 11 0 9 30 .Dog.alook .. ... ...| II i30! - Jobur ... ... ...I - Yarck ... ...I -Alexzna.. . .. 0 *irridindi ... ... 1 SO }3aiwerdale ... ...I 1 0 IJ'Leii.ha ... ... ...i I lO Undlerwood's ... 1 30I i s ... ... . 10 *lrphy's. . .. .. :;0
SKINS AND BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
SKINS AND BARK. MESSnu -DAL?. Y and ComPAnY, Limited, report on the 2nd March: FcrnED SKINS.-Kangaroo, large and superior, to 3s per lb.; medium, ls Gd to 2s; brush, 9d to Is: small, 3d to Gd; wallaby, large, to Is 2d; do. small, to Sd ; rabbit, firsts, to 7d; medium, 3d to 5d; in ferior and kittens, to 2d; opossum, firsts, uptoGsperdoz.; seconds, to Is Gd; moun tain, Ss to 16s; bear, 2sto4s per dozen. We aould advise our constituents to paint or powder all sorts of skins now. as the weevils are very prevalent and very destructive. TaE NEW ZEAIA\D LOAN AND MrIERCAY_ TILE AcEr?c CoMPasT LaMITED, report on the 2nd Mlarch: SHEEPSSINs.-Eotchers' green pelts, Is Gd to 2s 3d; a few extra, to 2s 6d; lambs' akins, s to Is Gd; do. pelts, Sd to Is 3d each ; dry pelts, Gd to Is 9deach ; dry skin, good, merino, 5ld to Gd per lb ; do. inferior, 3d to 4d per lb; do., crossbred, 4jd to 5id per lb; dry lamb skins, up to 2s Gd each.
THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
THE WOOL MARKET. MESSES. YOT NGUVSnAND. and Coar?ar, I.n?TrrD, report on the Sth March: The leading houses had a sale this week, when fair catalogues were offered and met with spirited competion at prices fully equal to lately ruling rates. We offered a full catalogue and cleared every line. Sydney houses report that at their fortnightly sale they have been able to offer a good selection of wools in the grease, besides large lines of scoured, and have all been cleared at satis factory priees. Among the brands we offered and sold on Monday were the fol lowing:-Cranbrook, Four Ts, Allendale, DR over Casterton, and J & G over Gardenia.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
Cha:chcs. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, YEA. _ IT? EE REV. C. H. BARNES will conduct IJ Divine Service at the above Church on Sunday morning and evening next; also at Molesworth in the afternoon. Harvest Festival at Melbourne. Mr. E. H. Burgess at Ghin Ghin in the afternoon. Rev. C. H. Barnes at Tea tree on Tues day at7 p.m. PRESBYTEP.IAN CHURCH, YEA. T1HE Rev. D. MIILNE 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. In the afternoon at Homewood, at 3 o'clock. S;ecial dvertietmeats The Commercial Bank of Aus tralia Limited. " future this Bank will remain OPEN SON. THURSDAYS until 3 p.m., CLOSING at 12 NOON on SATURDAYS. CAUTION. PHOSPHORISED WHEAT and Poi aoned Jamis LAID onthe KILLING WORTH ESTATE. P. SMITH, Manager. rANTED SITUATION as House keeper or General Serrant; the. roughly competent. T.C., Yea Post-oflice
The Yea Sub-Treasury. ACCOUNTS FOR PAYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 10 March 1892
ThD Tca Sub-Treasury. ACCOUTS FOIR PAYMEEST. S. Dessour Jos. M'Cormick LEASES FO. DELIVERY. S. L Robins J. Sorraghan W. Hicks T. M'Fadden J. T. Gill J. Williamson 3L J. Gill 3. A. M'Cormick H. J. Berry H. Aldous E. Hepburn CEOWN GRANTS FOR DELIVERY. D. Bruce LEASES FOE EXCUTION?. 3. Coonan S. W. Moore S. A. Ingham W. E. Gill J. Higgins S. Blakeney L. Bolger M. Jeffery tIcnCErS FOR DELIVERY. .1. T. '.ICormick W. Lawrence J. Bradley W. Cunningham"