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ANOTHER VERSION OF THE MEETING. (KILMORE FREE PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
ANOTHER VERSION OF THE MEETING. (Kcsonu Fare PResS.) The Broa ford Moetingen S.aurday night, when Mr. Heant ado., eed the- lector,. is reported to have been the best ever held in the place, p.d the candidate was liotenod to with mark.d attoatiom and repret. At the close of the meeting, which was ably presided over by Cr. H-lweUl, Mr. Abley, in a few appropriate words, submitted a vote of confidence in Mr. Hunt, which motion several gentlemen stood up to second, Ir. Isaac Johnston being named as the seconder by the Chairman, who said that thoco dis agreeing with the motion could vote against it. The motion was put and carried with the musical accorupaniment, " He's a jolly good fellow." This circunmtance is sign?a?. cant of the feelng almost at the door o the oppc?ijg candidate; and a't 'lRedy Creek, too, a unanitons rote of confdleane wee passed in Mr. Hut.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
:MR. J.O'NELL GEOGHEGAN SJICITOR, &c., I.A NSFIELD. TCTIHILL, G}:OTIIEGAN, Aso r'ERRY, S nt .I CII'M, 31EL1CR.NE. SIR H. rGO(rGAN attenIs Tea Conrts, and may be Consulted at CONLAN'S CALEDONIAN HOTEL, YEA. LOCLu AcTrZ: 'MR. S DESSOUR. DUFFY and WILKINSON. TORIN "GAVAN DUFFY, the survidng 1 partner of the abave-rnamed firm of :Solicitors, and THOMAS EDWARD KING, who has been carrying on the iUnsinc?s of the saidl finrm at Scyrneur and Kilmore fo.r some time past, haring entered into Partnership, they will carry on the business at Seymour and Kihnore, unde the style or firm of tIAVas DCFFY and KI\s. OFFICESr TALLAROOR-STREET, SEYIOUR, A.ss Sys--sTrr.EEr, KuxJor.E. Mt. KING COIMtL'tONtER FOR T-ASniG. ArLFFD.urrn. CAVAN DUFFY AND KING, SOLICITORS, .ec., SEYMIOUR AND KILMORK M.L ESING AnrEDS AT KILMS-otR EVnRY THULSDAY. THOMAS GRAHAM, B.L., SOLICTroR, ALEX AN DRA, A TTENDS ALL COURTS AT YEA, MAY BE CONSUILTED Anderson's Commercial Hotel, ON Tuesday in Each Week. Hours: 9 a.m. to ...
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, SPRING VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
ST. JCET'S CZUROI, SP3NG VALLEYT (ritu A COtitSPOONDE5T.) TII opening tea meeting in connection with St John's Church, organised by the ladies of Spring Valley, was held in that building on Thursday last, and was in every way a success. A number of willing hands were at work from early morn, and the walls of the building were beautifully adorned with floral decorations, a large text, "Praise ye the Lord," being conspicuous at the north end. By 6 p.m. a very large number had gathered from all quarters despite the heavy rain, and until nearly 8 p.m. the fair waiters were kept busily em. ployed dispensing the good things which were most lavishly provided. SMr. James Evans, Hon. Secretary to the Building Com. mittee, took the chair at 8 p.m., and briefly reviewed the causes which had led up to the erection of the building, and also stated the financial position, which showed that a sum of £50 15e. 4d. had been received up to date, and an expenditure of £45 17s. 6d. in. curred. leaving a...
Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOUINE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
Railway Timo Tabl8. ALEaaDIA ROAD TO' 0 SIEI OUiIINE. ., Stati s. . ;"i.. "751 - A andl Roddep.6 505 l10 581 43 Cathkin .. . 7 20 5 25 569 7 .Molesworth ...7 30 5 35 - 850 11 Blham .... 665 14. Cheviot .... 75 505 17 Yea " nrr.8 8106 woo ... 8 .. 0,0 - --. 1 110" 2 97 elour . arr, 11.50 .43 -51[IELB~t~icaEOURS TO IX 53DMA ROAD.; a 11 S 9 23 t0 79 Ye tI.. .' -. . :dep. 7 45.5 2' 665 83 Cheviot 2 a 1-... 51 19]41' 040 863 Bal ho 56 00 .f Molvsorth· .. 12 45 10 15 581 933 Catlwkin .: .:' 12 55 10 25 751 978 Alexandra Road .. 1510 455 Stops when required to pick up or set . t Ch7ne tain s t Talarock. CATIIe N TO MIASIELIO . 3 Che i; - Station s. . 56 --4 7..1251 !0 15 581 034 Cathkin ..... 2 69507 Yar... , 7501 i 8511019 KAnumbra ..; . 8,S 5 1500 * 105 3 M e rto n e... t o , p 35 o , 973 1144 Won' d lfield ... .. 525118 Bonnie Doon... 0. 0 2 30 1020 122 Mlaindunpla ... ... 5 9.15 45, 103011314 Mansfield ... ... 4013 10 IANSI[ELD TO CATIIe. : l =',. IA.LI'lJP.3L 1030 131 M2olfield ... e....
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
Doairture Ond a rrivao1 O Xdail. 3lA1Ls close and anive at the Yea Pest Otfice at the undermnetioned hours: CLOSE AT YEA FOR- A.K. P.Y. *Melhnnrne... . 6 Tullarck . .. . S 6 Drstevogil.. . - 6 Jlulei.;eeth .I - -L:oLur .. . .. I ParctII Yarek . .. ..11 - -.Aleaudpa ... _. . I1 S ' lurindindi 2 0 Flrsvwdale .12 10I x Leish.. . - 12 10 t n~erwod'E .... 13 10' TaUlaroo ... .- ..1 11 30' 930 'Ilel burne... ... ...e 11 3O 9 30 I ongu e k ... . I 30 - 'SI ksuorth I 6 6'. "-arcbk ..... .I- " 6i· -Alesau~rr... 830 6 .lurriudiudi ... '+ 130 lntlen! tdae j *i. ·30 lteeiiu's ... ) = 11 Inhierocodo II in '1feldens ... 'tO Alurphy'o .. ... C 3
MOLESWORTH NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
XOLEZWOETI NOTES. (nosr ova owN CORnrSOOWDBOT.) Orn farmers have all received notice that they must take immediate action to destroy the rabbits on their properties, but the rodents have increased so marvellously quick here that they have alarmed the farmers into action before receiving any notice. Unless concerted action is taken, it is but waste of time for one man to lay poison, if his neighbor does not do the same. Fowls and pigs are especially fond of the poisoned wheat, as some of our residents have discovered to their chagrin. Equally as hard on the farmers is this severe drought. The want of water is being severely felt by each and every one. Not one but who is unanimous in the verdict that this is absolutely the driest season known about here. The Goolburn, king of Victorian rivers, is at least four inches lower than it has ever been before, and many large lagoons have yielded their last drop to the fierceness of the som's rays. The fissures in the hills gape so widely that...
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, MARCH 17. 1892. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
Zai Tea thronickc. WITHr WHH ISC ISNCORPOLITED PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, MARCII 17, 1892. NEWS AND NOTES. Os Saturday night Mr. Shiels will unfold the policy of the Government to his consti tuents at Casterton. THE Yea Brass Band will render selec. tions of music in front of the Library to night from 6.30 to 7.30. Tns career of the Windsor murderer, Williams, beggars all the efforts of Charles Reade and Wilkie Collins in laying bare the plots and motives of criminals. Owrsa to "the ghost not walking" (to use a stage term), 21 men employed at the Ti-tree Mine knocked off work a few days ago. THE first service in St. John's Church, Spring Valley, will be held on Sunday next, at 2.30 p.m., when the Rev. C. H. Barnes will preach. A CRICKET S?ATC- between the Yea and Spring Valley clubs will be played at Yea on Saturday. Wickets to be pitched at 1 o'clock sharp. Ta: Secretary of the Kilmore Hospital desires us to acknowledge the receipt, per Head Teacher, of 10s., contributed b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
30O.L LIQUEUR wTBX. The Best Imported. INSIST ON GETTING IT. Ohurches. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, YEA. T HE REV. C. H. BARNES will conduct Divine Service at the above Church on Sunday evening next; also at Strath Creek in the morning, and Spring Valley in the afternoon. Dedication service, St. John's Church, in the afternoon. Mr. E. H. Burgess at Yea in the morning, and Homewood in the afternoon. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. T HE Rev. D. MILNE will conduct Divine Service (D.V.) in the above Church nest Sabbath at Yea, morning at 11 o'clock, and in the evening at 7.30. In the afternoon at Limestone, at 3 o'clock. IMPOUNDED.-At the Yea Shire Pound, on the 14th March, 1852. By Mr. R. Tvoutuu. 1 Dark BrownM are, branded like oa conjoined over JB conjoined near shoulder. On the 16th March, by W. J. MLLu.nIo, Herdsman. 1 Red and White Cow, swallow off ear, like MJ off rump. 1 White Heifer, slit under side off ear, red ears; no visible brands. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be Sold on the 8th A...
Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
Rcvised Railva7 Rates. NEW rates for merchandise, waol, produce, live stock, &c., are published as a supple ment to the Gorcnmtent Gaactte of the 27th Auclst. - The rates pcr bole for wool, not exceeding 4cnt., is 2s. up to 45 miles. From 45 up to .. 0G miles, 44. per bale for every 5 miles or part of 5 siles; and from O0 up to 100 miles, :Al. per bale for 5 miles, or part of i miles the latter rates to be cumulative on the former charge. Cattle or pigs wil le conveyed at ltd. per truck per amile, op to 101 miles; 3d. per mile to be added from 101 up to 150 ihiles. If over 150 mniles. id. per truck per mile will be charged for the whole journey. The minimum charge is 20s., with a terminal charge of 23. per truck in addition to the above rates. Horses to be conveyed at the following rates :-Mare, gelding, tilly, or entire, under 2 years, Gd. per mile; entires, 2 years and over, Is. per mile; two entires, 2 years and over, belonging to dill'frcet owners, if carried in one loos...
Railway Fares. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
Rasilway Fares. 1st Claa. Ind Claw. SSin. RetlSin. Ret. .i: Sn. on. -. D. SD Yeato omomwbod .... 1 0.i.60 US. 0. _2 ;,; Kenisdalo ....4 0? oil41 ..0 S, TallIrook ... 4 06 ? S4 5 SSeymour;,: -S.I 4 1017 '3 .3 5 "0:' ,, Melbourne I ...13 209 13 YeotoCheriot' .o 0 Sil o a50 9,: Molesworth .. 1101 1 3 2 "0 ...' ,,Alexandra R'd. 3 04 62.0 3 0 Yea to Cathkin 2 2 ,, Yarck ... 2 I 11 3 0 ., Merton ... 4 10 33 50 , Maindampl .. 7 -I I 0'4, 90 7 3 SMansield . 913 35 9 8 9
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. TUESDAY, 15TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
MELBOUR.NE CATTLE MARKET. TCESDo., 15TH MA.RCn. Far Sne.er.-A shorter supply came to hand, 24,000 having been penned. All qualities were represented, with a moderate sprinkling of good to prime. Best lots of merinos were not so prime as last week's yarding. The demand was brisk through out. Forthoe suited to trade requirements prices ruled fully 61 per head higher, while for other sorts a ready clearance was effected at fully last week's rates Prime crossbred wethers, from Ilsto i2s 6d: prime crossbred ewes, from Ss 6d to 10s; beet merino wethers, from 9s to I1s; good merino wethers, from 7s 1 to Ss 6&1; middling merino wethers, from 6s to 7s; best merino ewes, from 5s to 6s; others from 3s 6d FaT Lt=s.-The supply was within re quirements, 5,500 having been penned. (ood trade lots solt readily at d per head advance on former quotations, whilst other descriptions were in request at improved rates. Prime sold at from 8s to 10s; extra, to 10s d; good sold at from 6s to 7s 6d; m...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
"*IELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. ((FRoM OCR oW CORRESPONDEN.) MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. Messrs W. M.'ILIoatc and Co. report: CHEEs.--Gool supplies, with slightly im proved demand ; prime, 6d up to Sd; medium and good, 3Sd to 481; inferior lower. BrrmrsE-Pottel : Fair supply, market firm; prime new, weekly, 9d to Is; prime potted, 7id to Sd ; medium aud inferior, 5d to 61d. Fresh: Small supply, market firm; condition and quality, owing to the cool weather, is considerably better; best dairies, lid to Is 3d; good ordinary and lump, Sid to 10d ; inferior and out of corendition, lower. Eces.-- 21~ to Is Id per dozen. BAlcoN.-Primen light, 7d to 7id ; heavy, 6d to Gid per lb. PorLTrr.-Market steady for prime, but inferior difficult to sell. IHOzEv.--Prime garden, 3S1 to3d. Bees-. wax, 10d per lb. for good.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
TO T?E EDITOR OF mHE CMIROICLE. SIP,-In your issue of the 10th inst. some fanatic, who styles himself "On-looker," under the heading of "Rampant Larri kinism," hurls the epithets hoodlums and drunken larrikins at the public because they won't listen respectfully to and admire the antics of the Salvation Army in the public street of Yea. Will he kindly inform me what right have the Army to start their howlings in the public street at night, flashing their torch, and, rattling their tambourines, thereby endangering the lives of those who enter the town on horseback or driving. If they chance to get killed, I suppese "On looker" will pronounce them "saved."-I am, &e., FArm PLAy.T
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] THE POLICE AND THE SALVATION ARMY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
LZ 'Sfl 0r TU ZDZTO3. [We do not ho ourselves responsible for correspondeits' opinions. Discussion on public topid invited, but personalities cannot be panmitted.] THE POLICEAND THE SALVATION ARMY. TO TIHE ED R OF THE CHNICL Sms,-I notice by reference to your last issue a-letter sig ed by some one under the nomn de plume df "On-looker," bearing on the conduct of our local constables in con nection with recent Salvation Army meetings held in t':. street, and subsequently at the Temperance Hall. It strikes me very forcibly, from the remarks contained in the letter in question, that "On-looker" was neither at the one meeting nor the other, his remarks evidently being that of hearsay. The letter, untruthful as it undoubtedly is, is nothing better than a tissue of falsehoods from begining to end, with the object of injuring the constables both in the eyes of the general public and perhaps at head quarters. It is universally admitted that two more efficient and obliging officers the towns...
THE YEA SHIRE COUNCIL AND ITS OFFICERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
THE YEA SHIRE COUNCIL AND ITS OFFICERS. TO TIE. EDItOR OF THE CHRONICLLE Sio,-In the last issue of your paper ap peared a paragraph in the "News and Notes," referring to the high-handed action of the Yea Shire Council, at its last meeting, when the President held a letter in his hand and informed the members present that it was a complaint against Mr. Ling ford, the Shire Engineer, and that the Council should not take any notice of it. Accordingly it was put in the waste-paper basket. ow, Sir, what happened in this instance may happen to any other ratepayer having a complaint against the Engineer. I am glad that you have not allowed the matter to go by without administering such a mild roblke to the Council, and pointing out what they should have done in the matter. I would remind them of the fable of " The Shepherd and his Flock." When he cried out " Wolf. Wolf," the people turned out, but there was no wolf. At last he cried out "Wolf, Wolf," and then the people took no notice of h...
LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
LOCAL LAND BOARD A sitting of the Local Lend Board was held at the Yea Court-house 'on Friday, be- f fore Messrs. J. Hardy, District Land Officer, b ard Dunn (Benalla). Mr.. Ray, Crown Lands Bailiff, was alnso present. ArmcAoINS UNDER S .cios 32. John Peterson, 490 acres, the S. portion of Block 90, Parish of Flowerdale.-The applicant did not appear. Block 42, 965 acres, forfeited 32nd section leasehold of W. P. Whyto, Parish of Wood burn.-For this sectioatlere were three ap plicanta-Charles k. Underwood, James Clark, ,ad James H. Antony; but when C. E. Underwood was called, hbe did not answer to his rames, and lost his chance in case qeuses. t James Clark, Seate School Teacher, mar. -id, said that he had no laud, and had not applied for landat any previous time. The block was hilly, with a creek aunning through it. It was not cultivatable. Would be satiaed to take oas-half the land, and would eventually select 320 acres. James ILH. Antony, Murriadlndi., aged 22, unmarried, stated t...
THE GENERAL ELECTION. MR. T. HUNT AT BROADFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
THE GENE iAL ELECTION. X . T. ZrsU AT ao.AroIa . Acconrtvo to the report in the local journal, there was a running fire of questions and answers after the delivery of Mr. Hunt's address at Broadfonl. We extraet the fol lowing from the C?srier: Mr. Marchbank : Does the candidate know what sin is? (Uproarous laughter and deafening shorts.) Mr. Hunt: Let the man who is without sin cast the first sate. (Loud applause and interruption.) An Elector: Are you in favor of opening libraries on Sunday! (Uproar.) Mr. Hunt: Yes; I am. (Applanse.) Mr. John Zwar: Is the candidate ilavor of Federation, inclading New Zealand. (In terruptions and cries of " Chuck him out I") M1r. Hunt: I think it would be very de sirable if it could be brought about. Mr. Zwar: That isn't a direct answer. (Uproar.) Mr. Hunt: I am in favor of Federation, but I don't think it is within the range of practical politics. Mr. Zwar: Is the candidate in favor of nationalising public houses as it is in vogue in Norway? (Lanuht...