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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 26 November 1909
In Memoriam. SAVAGE.-In loving remembrance of my beloved husband and our dear father, who died 219th November, 1907. Cold lies the heart that once beat so fondly, How we miss his fond, loving care ; Lone is our home that once was so happy, &nbsp; &nbsp; No loving father is there. You are gone and we miss you, Sadly miss you, father dear ; But God will clasp the broken chain Closer when we meet again. Inserted by his, loving wife, Eliza, and children, Jack, Bridgie and Maggie.
The Yea Show. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 26 November 1909
The Yea Show. President C. Hamilton and his pains- taking secretary and committee are to be congratulated on the great success that attended the holding of the first agricul tural show in Yea. For a considerable time there has been a desire to form a society in Yea, and although last week's effort depended upon outside support, yet there were indications of greater things in the future. Certainly a majority of the prize money went out side, yet there were several of the residents who held more than their 'own against old exhibitors. This was parti cularly noticeable, and there is no deny ing the fact that next year greater things will result. A noticeable feature was the large number of exhibitors and prize takers from Alexandra and Mansfield. Unselfish people were not slow to acknowledge the great obligation that the Yea society was under to these two shires and it is safe to predict a more friendly feeling between the two shires in the future. The following- are the prize-takers f...
Correspondence. A VETERINARY SURGEON FOR ALEXANDRA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 3 December 1909
Correspondence.. A V~F1ERINARY SURGEON FOR ALEX ANl)RA. `,''. TO TIE EDITOR OP THE STANDARD. SIR,-May I ask permissicn to make a few remarks in your valuable paper re the above. I was glad` to see by your report of last committee meeting of the local P. and A. Association that the President (Mr. Lade).lad brought the mutter under the notice of the gentlemen who were present. I am quite satisfied that the appointment of a qualified man to reside in Alexandra, and who would be prepared to give'the whole of his time to the requirements of the stock owners of our shire, would be of incalculable benefit, and I think the time is opportune, for during, the last two years almost every stock ow ner to whom I have mentioned the matter has recognised the need of a vot. in the district. Personally I drin't favor an annual subscription of £5, but am rather inclined to a guinea a year, with a guarantee of,'say, £150, and the right of private practice. A concession of 50 per cent should be made to...
Class E.—Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 3 December 1909
Class E.-Flowers. 1. Six Sweet Peas. First la.-Mr Angel 1,. S eat ies 2. Three Carnations. First ls.-Mr Angel S; 3 entries 3. Six Roses. First Is.-No award; 2 entries 4. Three Geraniums. First ls.-Lily Payneo; 3 oetricas 5. Bowl Cut Flowers. First Is.-Alice Nelson ; 2 entries O. Specinen Glass Flowers, under 14 years. First Is -Eva .Johnson ; 2 entries 7. Buttonhole Bouquet. First la.-Mrs An gel ; 5 entries 8. Buttonholo Boquet. under 14 years. First Is. Ella Webb ; 5 entries 9. Lady's Dress Spray. First Is.-Miss F. Andrews ; 2 entries 10. Most Novel Floral Design. - First is. No entry 11. Cotectron Wild Grasees, specify nums. her, tinder 15 years. First Is, second Gd.--Freda Allasou and Marie Alla son tie Int; Fred Mensforth special for 2nd ; 5 entries
Class D.—Cookery. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 3 December 1909
S Class, D.-Cookery. 1..H "n .M.Mde Bread, ni'e lost. First 3s, seounol 2s.-Mrs Allason I, Mrs Nel. sort 2 2. Plato Soones. First 2s.-Miss Ada S Mounsey . 3. Plate Brown Scones. First 2s.-Miss ' Dobson 4. Victoria Sandwich. First 2a.-Miss A. Reynell 5. Sponge Cake. First 2e.-No entry 10. Plain Cake (pound cake). First 5s. No award ; one entry 17. Fruit Cake (pound cake). First 6s. No entry . 8. Seed Cake (pound cake). First 5.-No entry 9. Sponge Rll. First 2s. --Dora Kidd 1; S4entries" 10. Collection Fancy Cakes. First 8s, second ls.-No entry . 11. Collection Pastry. First Ca. eoonA 3s. -MiPs Dora Kidd; no secono 12. Colleotlon Biscuits. First 2s 6d.-Nellie Fox 1; 2 entries 13. Plate Shortbread. First 2s.-Mies, E. t Reynell I ; 4 entries 14. Plate Oaten Cake. First ls.--Mies Dobson 1 ; 2 entries 15. Collection Three-Bottled Fruits. First 2s 6d.--:ily Psayne; 2 entries 10. Collection T''hree Jams. First 2s Od. Lily Payne I ;2entriees 17. Collection Three Jellies. First 2s Cd. -No ent...
Class A.—Needlework. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 3 December 1909
Class A.-Needlework. 1. Mcst Novel Pin Cushion, over l0 years. First 's 6d, second Is 6d.-Flo Jen nings I, no second ; 5 entries , 2. Most Beautiful Pin Cushion, over 16 years. First 2s, second is Od.--Miss Jubb i, B. Reynell 2; 4 entries 3. Most Novel Pin Cushion, under 16 years. First 2s, second ls.-Vera Crichton I, Winnie Webb 2 4. Most Beautiful Pin Cushion, undoe 16 years. First 2s, second le.-No entry 5. Best Dressed Doll, und .r 14 years. First 2s. second Is.-Dolly Knight I, Rosalie Pechutsch 3 ; 5 entries 6. Best Dressed Doll. over 14 years. First 5s.-Mary Bulmsr I ; 4 entries 7. Tray Cloth. First es, second 2s Od. Ruby Payne 1, Miss Saunders 2; 4 8. Cosy Cover. 'First 2s 6d, seoond Is. Ida Cookson 1, no second ; 12 entries 9. Hem-stitehed Handkerchief, nine inches square, under 14 years. First Is d, second ls.-No entry. 10. Baby's Dress. First 5s.-No entry II. Baby's" Silk Bonnet. First 5s.-No entry 12. Baby's Pinafore. First 3S,-No entry 13. Baby's Booties. First2s.-;MrKid...
Holiday Fixtures. BUXTON SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 3 December 1909
Holiday Fixtures. BUXTON SPORTS. These well-known sports are not to be allowed to lapse. A first-class list of events has been arranged for Boxing Day, to be carried out under the management of an influential com mittee, All the leading sports of Buxton and Marysville are associated with the club, and Mr. Archio Walker is the secretary. Mr. J. Wylie,'J.P., president of the Shire of Alexandra, is president and Mr. A. Dobson vice president, %vhile Mr. P. Kerr is judge, Mr. W. Burchall starter, and Mr. R. Sbott clerk of course. 'Piogrammes will be issued shortly... The date of nomination for the Sheffield Hanilicap is 24th December, all -other events. 'post entry. IA ball will be held in the evening. Membership fee is 3s. and admission to ball 3s., ladies free.
The Mansfield Show. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 3 December 1909
The. Mansfield Show. The above show was held' on Thursday, week last and was attended with great sac.. Cess. The follow were prizoe-takers fromt this : district :-Buggy horse and Hunter, T. T.. Creighton ; Trotter, 0. C. Martin ; Trotting Pony, N. J. Ridd ; 13.2 Pony, H. Fox, 2; Pony Marc, Fox' Bros, 2 ; Sulky Turnout. (pony), Fox Bros ; Open 'Ilunter,O. C. fMar-. tin 1 and 3, T. Gnrtlan.2.. Shorthorn Heifer,. Fox Bros, 2 ;:Jersey Cow, H. Fox, 2; Ayrshiro Bull, I.. Fox, 2 ; Ayrshiro Cow, H. Fox; Ayrshire Hleifer,. 2 yrs,.H. Fox ; Group Cattle (any breed), H. Fox, 2; Group Three )airy Cattle, H. Fox, 2; Dairy Cow, H. Fox, 1 and 2. Bag 'Chaff, Fox Bros; Powdered Butter,, Mrs. O. F. Buchiholz, 2 ; Fresh Butter, H.. Fox ; Soda Scones, Mrs Fox ; Bread, Mrs.. HI. Fox ; Hen Eggs, Mrs. H. Fox.; Duck Eggs, Mrs. Buchholz. Leghorn Cock, R. Nichol 1. H. V. Lade. 2 ; Leghorn IHen, R. Nichol ; Bulff Orpington, Cock, R. Nichol 1, Mrs. J. M'Minn 2; Or pington Hen, black, Nichol, 1 and 2; Wyan d(ott...
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 3 December 1909
BO.AVLq. A. lhrry-saurry bowling pairs toirna-. mont will be held on the green,.on, Wed-: nesday next, 8th inst. The gnmoes will boe 13 up entry ls each player, and tie entrance fees will be devoted to. tro lhies. for the. winners. The pairs will. he, drawn on: thlo ground.. Piayers aro re questetl to 1)l on the ground at a quarlpr, o,three o'olock sharp, so that the tourna: meit waRn C? onvmune at 3.o'loInk..
Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 3 December 1909
Only- it , dta oi lr1nffittA ' duriing l '.'aM niotlhi. Thli t6tal for tlo 11 monintls ending 30th Nov. is 28?78 inches, tih avcrace forr that pcrild beIinag 24-60 iinhaeo.. Ilu fioli on tivo days only last.montl, and has fallen. 'qi, 127, dviys. driniig tho 11 months jiat, Ondlcd.. ' SThi heavy fall- registered at,9l) a., on. y.cdOlpedayn last, amounted to 80 poifits.;
Auction Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 3 December 1909
Auction Notices.; SMr W~I;. . ,Whiting will holid hIi usually monthly s:Ilu on. Thursd:ay. nrwr;. esitaides ,. good. yarding, of stok,.lie willi let by, auction. under itntruetio?ns. frtEm Mr '. M 'G.niiman,. 220.acro-snfi hlands nt S'pring Creek. ie ni. Iill llioutha, for, Boxing 1Day sports.. on. .1cldnoday,.. tfl*. )December, at hi.4oflice, ~le jiiltc, sa:lih :tar Mr, John Frisby's. on Daeccatl:tnr 1I. audi at t. Andrewa'f rrm, on.a ecP mer, 1I:; - Messrs Dudgshun and Ifamiltiun'A. imx4t 'sale at Alexandra will;bd htld.a ui Detremi. ber 17.;. at Xarek, on, December, 28". itt S'mith's yarde.. At, Alexandra 'they. willl lut by. atcliin land, under, inatruetionus from.Mr ,and dies Kelly. Mr G.. A: Cookson will cundurct; hl.i usual monthly salo to.day.: I' "rm '3 "~tl .1is ?l
CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 3 December 1909
CLEARRNG SALE. Messrs Osborn and Hudson, auctioneers, of Kilmore, report having conducted an im portant cleatlng-out sale for Mr. John Frisby, at '` Collecn.hlome,"'Acheron, on Nov. 2'ith, when they disposed of the whole of the stock, plant, hoises, pigs, &c., at a splendid range of values. Buyers were rtprescnted from Cragieburn, Lancelield, Kilmore, Broad ford and a good rumber from. surrounding districts. Cows, in milk, eagerly competed for from £4 10s. to £7, the whole making a high aver age. Dairy heifers were in very firm re quest, showing good advance on late rates ruling in the district. Buggy horses to,£27. Sheep averaged 13s. 3d. Now and litter, £142s. l6d.; stores, 22s. to 24s. Separator plant, £27; dray, £7 2s. (d.; buggy, £15; other plant at equally good prices. The sale was pronounced to.have been the most sue cestful for many months.. Messrs. Osborn and Hudson announce In 'another column that they are prepared to conduct land and clearing sales in any dis tric...
Silos. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 3 December 1909
. . os.. Mc Nelson, of Mount Pleasant station, is hbusy just now flling a 60 ton silo with green oats. This is the. second, silo of like capacity filled this season. Two years ago Mr Nelson experimented by digging a hole and tilling same with. 10 tons of turnip tops, thistles, green oats, etc.. The trial was.so successful that he regretted he had not made provision for double the quantity. There are at present two silos on the station, one erected by the Agricultural Department; the other by Mr Nelson. The latter cost considerably less thuan. that erected, by the department. Mr T. Robb, of Thornton, is preparing to fill his 60 ton silo, built last year. by Mr A. Kiddl, oF.Alexandra. Mr Robb intends to lill with maize, of which he has 12 acres. The silo will take from thrcu to four acres. The only regret is that lie has not one or two other silos of the same capacity, as hlie knows the value of preparin., in good season. All dairymen, AIr Robb says, will have to build silos.
Justices' Roster, Alexandra 1909. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 3 December 1909
Justices' Roster, Alexandra 1900. July 7 Mesers. Scale and Johnson 14 Dunn and M'Phersea ,, 20' ,, Wylie & Wightman, jun. ,,28 ,, Lade and Wheeler Aug. 4 Messrs. Scale and Johnson? 11 ,, )uouanand M'PFherson 17' ,, Wylie & Wtghtman, Jun. ,,2 ,, Lade and Wheeler Sept. 1 Mesats. Scale and Johnsea 8 ,, Dunn and 1M'Phereon ,, 14' ,, Wylie & WigLtman, jun. 22 Lade ass Wheeler ,, 29 ,, Scale and Johnson Oct. 6 Messrs. Dunn and M'Pherson ,, 12. ,, Wylie & Wiguntman, jun. 20 ,, Lade and Wheeler ,, 27 , Scale and Johnson ,, Messrs. Dunn and M'Pherson ~, 19'- ~ : Wylie & Wightman, jun 27 ~J',, Lade and Wheelec Dec. 4 ''),. Scale and Johnson 11 Misers. Dunn and M'Pherson 15 ,, Lade and Wheeler 22 ,, Scale and Johnson ,, 29 , Dau and M'*Photson