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KING PARROT CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
(FROM OUR. OH? CO5RRSPON?DET?.) THE opening tea meeting, held in connection with St. John's Church, Spring Valley, was a decided success. About 85 people sat down to a sumptuous tea, supplied by the ladies of the district The little building, which has been carefully erected by the con. tractor, was beautifully decorated, the in numerable variety of flowers used claiming the admiration ot allwho saw them. During the concert, Mr. James Evans occupied the chair. The local choir was rendered valu able assistance by some Yea visitors. The singing of Miss Shimmin was much admired, anl Mr. Wild's rendering of "Recked in the Cradle of the Deep " elicited a well deserved encore, to which he responded in his jovial fashion, and was well received. "Larboard Watch," sung by Miss Shimmin and Mr. Wild, was thoroughly appreciated. The Rev. Mr. Barnes, who occupied a pro minent position amongst the speakers, ex. plained the financial state of the church, which must be considered satisfactory. Mr. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
Melboine andProfsomoans. Business and Professional Directory. CAFE AND RESTAURArTS. COFFEE PALACE. Smith-street, Fitzroy, unsurpaosed for Cleanliness and Comfort. Trans from station pass door. Special attention Country Visitors. Every in. formation supplied. l[lths, Billiards, Smoking and Reading Ronms. Terms exceedingly Moderate. Wm. SuLLi.Er, Manager. ,. CHAFF AND GRAIN 3IERCIIANTS, AND COMMISSION AGENTS. . C. ROBERTSON & CO:, 5. -Spencer street. Account sales and cheques rendered rendered. MERRY - (0.,. 533 Flinders Line west. Advances madeon all kinds of farm produce. D.uRY AND FAI~r PRODUCE 3l ERAIIANTS, AND DAIRY COMMISSION AG:ENTS. HOLDERSON & NEILSON, 4JS Flinders Lane. TrialsolicitecL Best riceobtained for all dairy proluce. WOOD & CO., :l3 King..treet. Established i 1870. All kinds of isiry produce sold on commission. I SAW MAIKEJeS AND ISMPORTERS. BLAKELEY, W. II., 115 Loondale-street. Sole Agent forg II. Disston Son's cele brated Saws. Send your o...
SKINS AND BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
SKINS AND BARK. Messrs. DAuETY and CoMPasr, Limited, report on the 9th March: FruRED SKrss.-Kangaroo, large and superior, to 3s 3d per lb.; medium, 2s 3d to 2s&l; brush, 9d to Is; small, 3d to 9d; wallaby, large, to Is 4d; do. small, to 10d ; rabbit, firsts, to 61d; medium, 3dto5d; in. ferior and kittens, to 2d; opossum, firsts, up to6sperdoz.; seconds, to Is Gd; mono. tain, So to 16s ; bear, 2s to 4s per dozen. We would advise our constituents to paint or powder all sorts of skins now. as the weevils are very prevalent and very destructive. MIESss. Yoracnrsn.SAN-s and Co?PeA.T, LnmrrEc, report on the 15th March: BiAnr.-Ground, superior, up to £10 10s per ton; Portland ground, to £10 15s; Victorian bandled, superior black wattle, to £8 l0s; Victorian bundled, medium to good, £3 to £5; chopped, superior, to £8 10s; chopped, orlinary, £5 to £6.
DAIRY CATTLE AND PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
DAIRY CATTLE AND PIGS. Imo4s. A oa-orr AND WoLoSO report: Damr? CAdTLE (Friday, 11th March): A small supply of cattle yarded consisting of all sorts. Newly-calved first-class cows aud springers were sought after at satisfactory prices; the same may be Eaid of medium milkers ; store cows and young stock abouot the same as late low prices. \Ve quote: First-class cows with calves at foot, £910o to £14 5s; good do., £6 IOs to £S 10s; medium and inferior, £5 10s to £2; springers, £3 10s to £7; store cows, 20s to £2 10s. Pm MDaxrr (Thursday, 10th March): A medium supply of pigs penned, all classes being fairly represented, but showing no alteration on last week's rates except for baconers, which were better competed for, without much improvement in price.
CRICKET. YEA. V. SEYMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
Osl EET. YYEA. 1 SEYMOUR. TuE above teams met for the first time this season at Seymour on Saturday last. Burns captained the visitors and Gregson the locals. Seymour were the first to bat, but owing to the bumpy state of the pitch, which was a hard one, they were all disposed of for the small total of 22. Yea then handled the willow, only to meet with somewhat the same fate as their antagonists, the last wicket falling for 25, or 3 runs ahead of their opponents. Seymour in their second innings were a little more fortunate, compiling 39. Yea, with 37 to win, again went to the stumps, and when "time" was called had lost five wickets for 42, resulting in a win for Yea by 6 runs and five wickets. The following are the scores: SEy?ORS.-lSt Iunings. Gregson, b Maynard ... ... ... 9 Porter, c Burns, b Maynard .. . 0 Warren, hit wicket, b Barrett ... 2 Swale, b Barrett - ... ... 1 Caa laynard, bBarrett Gullen, not out ... ... ... 8 Cocks, b Barrett ... ... ... 0 Howe, c Burns, b Maynard .....
YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, MARCH 5. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
TraL sais COONCLz,. SATURDAY, MARCa 5. TuE usual monthly meeting was held on Saturday. Present : Crs. Scale (President), M'Cormick, Ferguson, Webster, Coddon, Carver, Richards, and Quinlan. THE RABBIT PEST. A letter was read from the Chief In spector of the Vermin Destruction Board, stating that Inspector M'Lean had been placed in charge of the Sey mour and Yea Shires, and the Council's complaint respecting the increase of rabbits would receive immediate at tention. *Cr. Ferguson proposed, and Cr. Carver seconded-"That this Council purchase from Felton and Grimwade 30 cases of phosphorised wheat, the same to be retailed out to the rate payers at cost price."-Carried. WATER SUPPLY FOR YEA. Messrs. Hodgson and Smith wrote as follows:-" We return herewith, duly receipted," voucher for £60 premium for water scheme. In thank ing the Council for the cheque, we desire to say that, as we understand it is intended to carry out the reticula tion suggested by us, we should be glad to give advi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 17 March 1892
Amusements. NOTICE. A GRAND PLAIN & FANCY DRESS BALL W ILL BE HELD SHIRE HALL ON St. Patrick's Night (March 17). raoceeds in AM of BC. Presbytery. J. A. M'CORMICK, Hos. SEc. For Sale, FOR SALE. FARM at MURRINDINDI, containing - '402 Acres, well watered and sub divided.into. 5 .paddocks; together with Dwelling.hoiseoef; b rooms, Kitcliei, -Wol shed, Kitchen Garden, Fruit Trees, &c. The Property has about a mile and a half frontage to the Yea River, and is certainly one of the besrtn the District. Apply, CHARLES UNDERWOOD, Murriodindi. FOR SALE. E NSILAGl E PRESSES. STUMP AND TREE PULLERS. Clrculars and all information may be ob. at the YEA CneoMw.cE Office. Ohn Advertlumeat. YEA TOWN COMMON. OT I C E. NOTICE i. Hereby Given,--That all - Stock ?enning on the Yea Town Common will YARDED on MONDAY, the 14th of MARCH, at the Yea Municipal Sale-yards. All Stock n Claimed and Registered on and after that te will be Impounded. 1W. J. MILLIGAN, Herdsman, Yea Town Common. Shir...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] THE SHIRE COUNCIL AND THE ENGINEER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892
LETzTERS TO TE EDTOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] THE SHIRE COUNCIL AND THE ENGINEER. TO THE EDITOR OF TIH CHIROICLE. Sri,-Your correspondent, " Ratepayer," in your last issue, is in error when he states that "the President held a letter in his hand and Informs the members present that it was a complaint against Mr. Lingford. the Shire Engineer, and that the Council should not take any notice of it. Ac cordingly it was put in the waste opaper basket." The letter was read in the ordlnary way by the Secretary, and the Council, after hearing it read, decided not to receive it. I am, &e., T. S. SCALE. March 22, 18t2.
The Government Gazette. APPLICATIONS FOR LEASES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892
The Gov rn?m t Oazette APPLICATIONS FOR LEASES APPROVED. James Dunn, 565a., Dropmore. Thomas Cahill, 31Ga. 2r. 34p., Yea. Peter Curran, 310a. 2r. 18p., Dropmore. Thomas Roberts, sen. (administrators), 33a. 2r 31p., Switzerland. Jane 31T3lahon, 319a. 3r. 22p., Dropmore. David Tyrer, 300a. Or. 10p., Yea. David K. Borrie, 87a. Or. 21p., Yea. GRAZING AREAS AVAILABLE. Kinglake. 249a., forfeited 32nd section leasehold of Juliet S. Lamb. TRANSFERS REGISTERED. John Murphy, 586a., Woodburn, to James Murphy. P. Doyle, 319a. 2r. 26p., Dropmore, to T. Ryan. AI. Toohey, 313a. Ir. 3p., Woodburn, to S. Matchett.
TATONG BUTTER FACTORY [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892
T00?TG ELTEP. ='AC"TO.T. TIuE Tatong Butter Factory, which was recently opened, is built upon the crest of a hill, which upon examination proves to have been a most happy idea, as a lot of machinery which otherwise would have been necessary has been dispensed with. The milk is taken to the factory at the top end, and a fall is thus provided for it to reach each of the various stages. The whole building is 35ft. long by 18ft. wide, and the milk is received from a platform about 3ft. high. From here it is emptied into a 40-gallon measuring tank, from which it subsequently flows into the receiving tank, capable of holding 200 gallons. Then on the same principle as in the Thoona factory it is conveyed to the separator, of which at present there is only one. Before reaching the separator the milk passes through a heating apparatus, but which will principally be required in winter time. It is a 150-gallon machine, fitted with an Al alpha bowl and all the latest improvements. Both the floo...
THE HEALTH OF THE TOWN AND DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892
TZ EALTT OF TE T0WN ... AND DISTRIOT. AT the last meeting of the Yea Shire Council the following report from the Health Officer was read: I have the honor to submit to you my annual report for the year ended 1891, as follows: BIRTIIS AND DEATIuS. Dnring that period the public health of the township and Shire was good, the number of births being 61, and the number of deaths 10, (of which 2 were :accidental, and the remainder from ?atural causes). I cannot give the percentage rate in proportion to the population, as I cannot obtain any accurate data as to the number of in habitants in the Shire. fowerer, I know that it is satisfactory, the death rate being small, while the birth-rate is fairly high. EPIDEMICS-TYPiOID. From epidemic diseases there was marked freedom, only three cases of typhoid fever having occurred during the year, one of which occurred before I came to this district. All ended in recovery. Of the two with which I was connected, I had some difficulty inarriving at the...
YEA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892
TEA POLICE' OOU T. TUESDAY, MAncPcI22. ' - Senior-constable Alexanderchirged James Doyle with insulting behaviour in a public place, on the 8th inst., with' intent to pro voke a breach of the peace. The prosecutor stated that he had laid the information, although he did not witness the offence. Three respectable witnesseas would be called to prove that, while the Salvation Army were on their knees, the defendant deliberately rode up, and wanted to ride his horse over them. .Alfred Watson, sergeant in the Salvation Anny, stated that dn 'the Sth inst. they were holding an open-air meeting in High street, Yea, about 8 p.m. Two of the officers were ladies, and the defendant, who was. on horselsack, made two or three atteipts to ride over the:: females, who rattled their tambourines, anll the horse then went bock.. 'hey ,.sv. dkrentht " no provocation whateerr tie Iad plenty of room to pass without going near where they were. . 'To defendant: You came riding up-not carelessly. I tried to...
THE GENERAL ELECTION. MR. M'KENZIE AND MR. HUNT AT TALLAROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892
!EE GENE31Z. ELEOTTO0T. MR. M'KENZIE ND MR. HUNT AT TALLAROOK. MB. M. K. M'KExwzE addressed the electors at Tallarook on Friday, ,Mr. Gilmair pre siding; and Mr. T. Hunt on Saturday, Cr. Dockery in the chair. The speeches were similar to those delivered by both candidates in Yea. From the Seymour Expres reports we clip the following: Ma. MIKENZIE 8 REPLIES TO QUESTIONS. Mr. Docke.y: If returned, will you support the present Ministry ? Mr. M'Kenzie: At the present time, I am unable to tay. Mr. Dockery: Are you in favorof federa tion You may be aware that the colonies would never be united unless the One-Man. One-Vote became law. Mr. M'Kenzie: I am quite a aire that such has been stated by individual members. But, as the same time, there is nothing to prevent federation if the dual vote is passed. For instance, the different states of the United States are bound together, and yet in some of them the franchise is different. Mr. Dockery: I have searched in regard to dual voting, amd I f...
Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892
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