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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 February 1891
Medical. ALL DISEASES OF LONG STANDING COM3PLETELY CURED HERBAL JMAGNETIC TREATMENT. Cur?sRaI SurrIR?.ia SoOLD SorT FraIL TO CO.SCLT lr. HI. E. Kugelmann C?mSrLTIYG HEILLISTW As* ECLECTIC, Or 172 AND 174 WILLLLt-S., MrF ouLSN. All Consultations Free. Norcc.-If preferred, a signed agreement given, which provides that no cost is incurred in the event of a cure not being effected. Mr. KvsGr.o?oeL has successfully cured the following diseases amongst others: Cancer, Blindness, Cataract of the Eye, Scrofula, Scurvy, Lupus, Eczema, Itch, Pruritus, Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Induration of Lungs, Bleeding from Lungs, Heart Disease in everyform. Enlarged Liver, Enlarged Spleen, Congested Liver, Anaemie, Hysteria, Epilepsy, Cholera, Dyspepsia-or Indigestion-in every formnn known, Dropsy, Palsy, Paralysis, Spinal Complaint, Gravel, Diabetes, and all Kidney Diseases, Baldness, Mania, Nervousness. Nervous Debility; Withering, and Lost Viaor, Impaired Vision and Memory, Prolapsns u'teri, Di...
A JOKING ACTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 February 1891
A JOZI Cr ACTOR. Aosx? the well-remembered characters of my dramatic life (writes Joseph Jefferson in his reminiscences) was an actor named Salisbury. Life was such a huge joke to him that he once sent a telegram to Mr. Rice, of the Chicago Threatre, apply for an engagement. The manager sent back this answer : "I would not engage you if you would come for nothihg," to which Salisbury replied :-" Terms accepted. Will be with you to-morrow." This man's memory was so wonderful that it was almost impossible to ask him a question without getting a Shakspearian quota tion in reply. If he was imperfect in his part, which was generally the case, he would interpolate speeches from other characters, talking the most absurd nonsense, and turning a serious scene into ridicule. . . . One morn ing the poor old laundress was dunning him for her hard earnings. lie was standing at the stage door surrounded by :a circle of admirers, and, turning furiously upon the old woman, he paraplhrased .Macbeth'...
WATTLE-GROWING IN THE BARGO BRUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 February 1891
WATTLE-GROWNlG IN ?? THE -30RG0 ES3TSE. W'e hIain fofo a friend in the south that a work is no10w ring nla rried out in West ? liaro which will in a few years prove of great value to the Forest Department of this colony. The work is the thinning out of the natural wattle plantaitions, which is leing done upon the recoinnuendation and under the direct supervision of the ranger, AIr. H. O. Rotton. There are two plantations of 60 acres each, about three miles apart. Upon. the first orie the wattles are large, and pro?ahly will he fit to strip in about 18 months. After thinning out to a distance of about 5ft. apart there are :l4-trees per acre, and if they yield the very low average of 301h. of bark per tree, that would be alout 300 tons of l?ark, ait - per ton on the ground about £1,500 from the 160 acres. The expenses in connection with this lavre been so far £26 14s for thinning and ploughdiin;fire lines. The second plantation is .n.muchl- thicker. After tlinning out to the sane dist...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 February 1891
For Bomad&or of P.oadiwC ttor, see Fourth 7azo. Special Avoortisemunt s TO ADVERTISERS IN THE YEA CHRONICLE. ADVERTISERS are requested to 'send in their favors As Early as Possible.Erery WednesdaIy, Or, if convenient, on Monday or.Tuesday. GENTLEMEN'S VISITING CARDS (equal to copper-plate) can now be Executed at the YEA Co'eOicu. Officee 100 for as. The Goal for Materfamilias IMPO1TANT NOTICE!!!i eADIES AND GENTLEMXEN, s ' WE ARE NOW. STOCK-TAKING. This may appear a hackneyed phrase, but toa Business Man STOCK TAKING Is ds .ECcSSAr.Yu As I DAILY FoOD, being the only sure means of ascertainig' whether his trading is resulting in a profit or a loss. TThis Ei=n So, WE TIEREFORc ANIouscE Our Annual Stock-Taking CLEARING SALE, AT Oun Conmmercial Stores, Yea, WIIEN WE WILL OFFER TO TILE PUBLIC FO . 10 DAYS ONLY, 10 DAYS ONLY, COMMENCING ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, THE ISTs FEBRUARY. BALANCE OF OUR SEASON'S STOCK General Drapery, C1othing, Boots and. Shoes, Crco.ery, Glasswaro, & Fa...
WHAT INVENTION HAS DONE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 February 1891
WBAT flVflTZ0oT aD0TE. WHAT has invention dor Well, this will serve as an exaniie merely. It iUsed ?to take by 'oldl'nethods, as compared'1 with inventions idw'usd.: making; four times'as muchk'ii flour making, three-times as inmuch in coal mining, six'times as" niuch'in making tin eans, three times as much in carriage making, and ten times as niany looms can now be managed by foie weaver. At a silver mine in Nev a stream of 'water falling 460ft. is ade to turn a water-wheel,' and giv 200 horse poiwer.. The sime strea is carried down ainother 1,6S0ft, id is caught on six' water-wheels, gi ng off 750 hIorse-p~irer, whicbh by n ns of elec tricity is conveyed to th surface, and runs a 60-stamp batte It is by the simue inventions-th water-wheel and electricity*-that the eat task of using Niagara is about tp le effected. Only 4 per cent. of the ter will be used; it will' not be " iceable, but the quantity will supply' ,000 horse power.':--The power will It be used on the spot, but will -...
YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 February 1891
TEA SEZ3E COUNCIL. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7. Tus usual monthly- meeting of the council was held on Saturday. Present: Ors., Sanders (President), Quinlan, Carver, Ferguson, Scale, Webster, Uhnderwood, and Al'Cornmick. ROADS AT WOODBURN. A letter was read from H. G. Potter, Woodburn, asking that the portion of road from the ford accross the 'Mur rindindi, at Mr. Gowan Nash's to where the road joins the main road, where the Caldwells are clearing, might be cleared.-Engineer to report. A letter, was read from Gowan R. Nash, Woodburn, agreeing to have the old surveyed road that runs through his land changed for the road as sur veyed hy the late Engineer, Mr. Tyers, on condition that if the new road con .tained more land than the old he be paid for it at the rate of £5 per acre, and £15 for the delay and loss he had incurred for over 1S months. He would he willing to fence off the new road with a substantial post and six-wile fence at thenete of 12s. 6d..per chain. The offer tol 17old ood for...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 February 1891
ot0ices. VFIlHE Directors of the Yea CEuS~sxcE ' NEWSPAPrR CO?.YA V Beg to intimate that they havre LEASED the Flatht, Copyhold,'and Premises to ar. P. GALYIN fori term of aor~ .asr iinure NOTICE. "TO ADVERTISERS. A 1 DE1 TISERS in the Cnao'CLE are' .: requested to state tle Numlbr of In -sertions. 'Otherwise their advertisements , Of i-2 neda'a-till ciuiitEr*-l= ' -?.i - Chealp Advertising. T' TAXNTED LOST and FOLUND, or TO LET Advertisements, are in serted in the YetA CnnuscC?an at the fisluw ing rates, if pnr.paid: S.1U. Nor' exceeding 26 words... J 0 ,, , "it ,, ... Z... 2 " If booked, the usual prices--?tl , ?i per insertion-will be charged. For all other Adtrtismneats, MIe ?aoire cl.aepe i haldf a-erowna per if sertion. WaitId. --TANTED Smart and Energetic Agents who are deiron s of nmaking an easy and comfortable inaume averaging one pound per day. APely at once, as tinm is mnousy. Historical Publishing Conpany, P.O. Box i10, Sydnluey, N.S.W. f-'TO PI per day to be madei by S...
BUSH FIRE AT GHIN GHIN. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 February 1891
BUSH FIRE AT GUtiN TEE fire, which started on Wednesday, the 11th inst., near the division fence between Messrs. A. Patton's and T. Wilson's land at Ghin Ghin, and, was got under by a strong muster of the neighboring farmers,. broke out with renewed violence on Saturday morning, close to where the fire first occurred, and was speedily carried along by the northerly wind which, then',prevailed to Mr. T. Wilson's land.. Mr. G. P. Hunter, who was in Yea on Friday at the cattle sale, cong itulated himself upon the narrow escape of his farm; but his turn came now, for the flames spread with great rapidity on to his selection, destroying 500 acres of grass and all his post-and-rail fencing; but with the aid of Mr. Hill, of Lilydale, he managed to get awaiy '500 fat wethers in time, and was also able to remove his cattle. Unfortunately, he was heavily stocked, having purchased cattle at Wodonga a' fortnight previously. -Mr. Wilson lost 400 acres of grass, as well as a stack of oats and a s...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 February 1891
Ocr. Alexndr and Molesworth corres pridents' Ictlers are crowded out. Is our forth page will be found articles entitled "Vattle Growing in the Bargo Brush," "Aidiences of One," and "A Jok ing Actor." TnE Vicdian Mounted Rifles will parade dismo~untedat Williamstown on the 17th March (St. 'atrick's Day) for battle firing, under arrairements to be made by the Officer Commanmli. Mu. WIII, Mr. Brown's successor at the Post and Tl(graph Office, arrived last week from Boort where he wasageneral favorite. He is a, rorthy successor to our late esteemed ,stnmaster. A rIreesr way of spending this evening will be t4hear the Rev. J. J. Brown on "Heals tal Faces" at the Temperanco Hall. T'Li entertainment begins at 8 p.m., aad is sueno'prove pleasant and instructive. Drmrsto absence of Captain M'Leish in England, hle Yea, Broadford, Seymour, Katandmlr Shepparton, Alexandra, and 3hansfiel etachmeats of the F. Company, V.M.R., ill be unrder the command of Lieutena Lloyd, of Blroudford, who formerl...
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Mea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1891. THE DEVELOPMENT OF OUR MINERAL RESOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 February 1891
WIn5WHICH IS INCORPOREATED -PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1891. 1 TE8 D S.LOPE1T 0F' 0V WNEBR L BESQYRC S. Tnoss who have had a practical, or even theoretical, acquaintance with our goldiields do not need much to convince them that a great future awaits this district, in a mineralogical point of view. It may come in a few years, or it. may take more than a decade or two; but certain it is that sooner or later hundreds of men will be employed in working our gold bearing reefs and antimony lodes. Our t special reporter lately visited the Cathkin, and gave his views, based on considerable experience obtained on Bendigo, Ballarat, Clunes, and gold fields in other colonies, as to the golden treasures which lie hidden there, and only awaiting the advent of capital to bring them to the light of day. It is now whispered that the gold is too fine to be profitably worked; but this is no new theory, and at Stawell and other reefing districts in this colony the same objection...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] YEA PUBLIC LIBRARY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 February 1891
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents'opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be pennitted.] YEA PUBLIC LIBRARY. TO TIHE EDITOR OF TIE CIIPONICLE., SIR,-Allow' me, through your columns, to convey the hearty thanks of the Library Committee to Mrs. Henderson and all who took part in the late Children's Concert, the proceeds of which were generously given to the institution,- tlhe-funde-of which will benefit to the extent of nearly £9.-I am, &c., W. WILSON, Hon. Sec. Feb. 1i, 1891.
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 February 1891
C-. Om.. . . .. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Br Ekbra ICTELURGAP. (raM OUR OWn o IEr5POYNDOST.) MEFsoUNSE LAST )4IGHT. Maessr. W. M'Itacsanud Co. report: Cur.ESE.--The market remains very quet, only a few prime favorite dairies beinp' in request. Medium to good, 3d to 4d; infe rior doll. BoTE.-Potted: Fair supply,butmarket slack, except for a few casks of prime new. Good to prime, 5d to 6Od: medium and heated lots dull, at 3d to 4d; inferior lower. Fresh: MSrket about same as last week. Best dairies, Sd to 0ld; good ordinary and lump, 6d to 7d; inferior lower. Eccs easik:, at is -d to Is 3d per dozen. PouLmar.-All classes very dull, excepting prime turkey gobblers.
WHAT INVENTION HAS DONE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 February 1891
WEAT INVENTION Ab DONE. WnaT has invention done Well, this will serve as an example merely. It used to take:by old methods; as comptaed with inventions now used, five times as much labour in boot making, four times as much in flour making, three-times as much in coal mining, six times'as" much in 'making tin cans, three times as much in carriage making, and ten times as many looms can now be managed by one weaver. At a silver mine in Nevada a stream of water falling 460ft is made to turn a water-wheel, and gives 200 horse power. The same stieam is carried down another, 1,60ft., and is caught on six water-wheels, giving off 750 horse-power; which.by means of elec tricity is conveyed to the surface, and runs a 60Ostamp battery. , It- is by the same inventions-the water-wheel and electricity-that the great task of using Niagara is aboit to be effected. Only 4 per cant. of thel' water will be used; it will not' be noticeable, but the qualttity will supply 120,000 horse power. The power ...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 February 1891
COMaZECLAz. MIELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. [BY EsLcrTuc TELEGRAer.] (FRo? OUR OWs CoRRBmPONS1ET.) MIELEOURnE, LAST NICnR. Messrs. W. M'ILwtucK and Co. report: CHOelE.-No alteration. Few favorite dairies met ready sale at &l, d1, &1 per lb.; bulk of ordinary dairie? Esld from 3d to 4; inferior dull, lower. Burrrm.-Potted: A favorable change brought forth a large quantity, and sales were very limited. Prime new weekly, from 7d to l per lb. ; gool prime spring, from 51d to 6d:; medium and heated lots, from3d to4l. Fresh: Fairsupplyforward, and market firm. Prime dairies, 9d, and a few higher; good ordinary lumps, from 7d to 9d; inferior, lower. Fors.-From Is 2d to Is 21d per dozen. 'otramr.--Market very slack, except for prime gobblers. Ho?Er.--Market glutted, consequently making it very dulL Prime garden, from 3d to 4d. per lb.
THE DOOGALOOK ANTIMONY MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 February 1891
THE DOOGALOOK ANTIMONY MINES. (FRON OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) STEvEs? and party are silking a main shaft immediately south of O'Shea's, with the in tentin of cutting the antimony lode at a depth of 70 feet. There is every probability of the dispute which has done so much injury to the district being settled very som. It.is reported that SMr. E S. . Purcell has expressed his l illingness to give to O'Shea and party the land originally claimed by them for a consideration in paid-up shares, but he is opposed to' the lease they art now applying for. Stevens' is also willing to settle the matter; and O'Shea was. in town on -Wedne y.uo ?.msp o. iat-htb1 ," partners; with what rvsnltisi'atyetknown. in the meantime the baggisg of antimoniy. Are proceeds at O'Shea%', ain ladders are being put down their main thaflt . iHunt and party have continued. driving on the manganese lode, and crossecutting for the antimony. The lode has thickened nout to about 3 feet, but is niixed with yellow schist an...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 February 1891
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Br ELrcrnuc Tro.EarAn.] 1ELBtnoct E, LAST NIGCT. FAT CArrE.-I.950 yarded, the bulk ,eing of the usual quality, with a fair spriukling na prime, for which there was brisk competition. Quotations:-Best bullocks, £9 to £10: middling and inferior, £6 to £; 10s. Cows, lest £5 10s to £6; middling and inferior, £3 IO to £4. FAT CALVES.-200 yarded. Best, £3 to £310s. FAT SHEFp.-Another moderate supply came to hand, 22,000 having been yarded, which consisted chiefly of middling des criptions, with a limited proportion good to prime. Forthosesuitedtotrade requirements the demand was firmer througtout, some choice prime lots realising Gd per head advance on last week's improved rates, while for second and inferior sorts prices ruled about equal to former quotations. Prime crossbred wethersfrom 12s to 13s; a few extra do. do. from 13s 6d to 14s; prime crossbred ewes, froa 10s to I Is ?1 (according to weight and quality); prime merino wethers, from l0s to ils; extra do....
MOLESWORTH [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 February 1891
XOLEWB·WOTZ. (FROM OUR OWSN CtRRESPOSDENT.) O?r local "boniface," Mr. M'Connick, was unsuccessful in his endeavor to. obtain a license for a portion of the reserve here last week,at the mleeting of the Land ioard held in Alexandra, by reason of its being permanently reserved some few years back. Had he been successful, a dangerous pre cedent would have been at once established, and nothing could have prevented the whole of the reserve being taken up in girdlen areas, and what would some of our farmers do then! The property of Mr. Geo. Coles, black smith, was submitted to public auction last week, and realised the rather meagre sum of £98, Mlr. Jas. Elley, of Whanregarwen, being the lucky buyer. The horses, cows, pigs, and other lots realised, on the whole, fairly good prices, not a few finding their way to your township. Mr. Coles has determined to settle permanently in Mel bourne, and that he may succeed in his new venture is the wish of our inhabitants. The many friends of Mr. R. ...
THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 February 1891
THE WOOL MARKET. Messrs. I)DALer and CostrAsy, LUtIrrED, report on the 23rd February: Woor.-We held our thirteenth wool sale to-day in the presence of a full atten dance of buyers. As usual at this period of the season the catalogue was comparatively small, and contained few representative clips. Competition was very brisk, and the advantage of a half-penny established at our tale of a fortnight aso was fully maintained. For medium to gobe' greasy merino from the South Australian Border, we obtained 8id to 10ld per lb., and for grearsy merino from Southern Tasmania Sid to 91i d; for good town scoured merino we obtained Is 41d, and foe ordinary cold water washed fleece ]s°}d. Including private sales, we cleared nearly the whole catalogue, making our total sales since opening of the season up. wards of 26,000 bales.
SALE OF PRIVILEGES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 February 1891
SALE OF I'RIVILEGES. The privileges acre snld on Saturday by IMes,rs. E. Smith and Co., and realised very pod prices. The following were the par chlsets : l'ubhlic.'s booth, P. W. Conlan £19 10 0 Gates, Owen Cavanagh ... 13 6 Tea & coffee stand, Mrs. Franklin 2 13 0 Fruit stall, Lee Gow... ... 110 0 Tobacee stand, Mrs. Franklin... 0 5 6 Advertising on race-cards, M. J. Kelly ... ... ..... 0 6 £35 17 6