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Useful Information. MONEY ORDER AND SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892

'I7ýý1 iaio:fc' n. 3!OSEY 'ORDkER a' SAVINGS AS.S. Open ;kips froml. 10 a a to 10 p.m.; and cu Saturnnya, 10 a.r. t Soon. Time Savings, uk cc rdojnos ca szaturlay evenings (forer'cripts mmcd deposit. only) frvmi:G.to S o'vlomk."

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892

Doa~s3ttro :d Ariv.1 c: 3rh5if. !dAtLe close siid arrive at the Yea Poet Office at theu udermeutiondl hours: ct ar sFA Fos- A.M.r.-. t1cbonrrne S Xa o :rak ... G (io*U I' ... .. 1.'1os ... a e 11- - ald i 101 nELCrIVdXS JT 1E:A FVOM- .1. I .1. Tallarnok I3 .9,30 M1elourue .. Ii 30 9:30 Diocsrartr 'f -f.." 1~o-Ico - , G10 Tank r 2iurriudius:J.,ý .13 n.JL i ·.U TIletins'8I'? `..30 ilerlin's '-. ( 30 )Ioihlc's .30 IIurphy's 1.. ;c I II'bhsi::II- 15

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YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892

* YEA SHIlRE COUNCIL -L .· * Uinirn ýMut~ily iiectin., Fir t Satur dla in each month, at Ii- ai.

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892

.RECTET A2ND' 1 FFICE"., Opend1' rni j'a in to ; PIni: ;'·and ou Saturdayq fronm 10 ariL3tDom o f.

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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. TUESDAY, 22ND MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892

MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. TrE?ElAY, 2vND MAnCIL FAr SnzEP.-The supply was a moderate one; 24,000 having been :yarded. Prime heavy weight crossbred and merino wethers were sparingly represented, and realised full prices. Good trade lots were also within trade requirements, and for such prices rulet mlly Gd per head higher than last week's rates, while second and inferior descriptions were in good request with a firmer tendency. Prime crossbred wethers, from l2s to 13s; extra prime and heavy do. do., 13s Gd to 14s ; a few to 1t ; prime merino wethers, 9s Gd to 10s Gd; extra prime and heavy do. do., to lIs Gd ; good merino wethers, Ss to 9s; middling do. do., 6s to 7s Gd; prime merino ewes, Gs to 7s ; others, from 4s. FAT Lions.-5,S00 were penned. The market was fully supplied with good to prime qualities. Owing to the limited re quirements of the trade, the demand was inactive throughout. For best descriptions late rates were with di~iculty maintained, while middling to good qualities ...

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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Mea Telegraph PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, MARCH 24. 1892. PREMIERS OLD AND YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892

WITH WICH IS IsNCORPORATED PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TIIURSDAY, MARICH 24, 1S93. IEm3E=S OLD AND TOmNG. MR. SnHIEs addressed his constituents at Casterton on Saturday night, and during the four hours that he was en gaged in unfolding the Ministerial pro gramme he had a most attentive audience, many of whom came 50 and 60 miles to hear him, and met with a reception that any Minister might feel proud of. Sir Gnusau? BERRY ad dressed a meeting of the electors of East Bourke Boroughs at Brunswick on Tuesday night, and met with any thing but a favorable reception from a large part of a noisy audience, who were said, for the most part, to have come from Collingwood, Williamstown, and other big centres of population. "I am the same Gn.I.ur. BERRY to day as ever," said the returned Knight, endeavoring to allay the stormy tumult. That brought forth a hearty cheer, coupled with the query, "Then what about the Sir " The old Premier and the young Premier are at one in pronouncing that the first...

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Railway Fares. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892

",, ' Tallaryk Frs" . 1st C/sos. 2nd Clas. r Sin. Sin. Ret. Scr .. . D. S. D. Yea to Ifmerood ... 1 0I 0 8 1 0 Serrisdle .. 2 0 1 4 . 2 0 , Talrtok ... 4 0 0 S 4 0 ~ ;Seymoor I07 s 3 ,' 0 ,Melbourne O.S3 :i0- 0 Yea toCheniot .. 1I 00 5 0 S ,, Moleswortli .:. 10 _ 91I 3 2 0 ,, Alexandra R'd. 3 0 t2 0 3 0 Yea to Catkin 2 4 3 1 7 2 ,Yarck ? . :. 01 31 I 13 0 Merton :.. 4.10 13 , 0 3faindanpe:.. 7 3i 04 ' 3 , Minsfioeldl' S". l3 3t 5 9

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CATHKIN TO MANSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892

CATHMu To :l 5 \SFIELUi) S Stations. I 581 91 in- arr.t' Ct.U. 1r A :i "{dep. 7 3o 10 9S 7 9 arek.r 7 0-1 15 S81 1017 Kanultra 8 1 50 10&, l0S Mcrtou 0 .. ... 3: 2 51141Woodield .:.ed 925118 Bonnie Moon::o 9 0 2 50 10012)8 Mnindlnmple ... :..9 1 5 45 10561131k1 ansoldl 940 310 MSIEsrMLD To C aTCrr " 103011311 Mansfield "1 . depj 01 2,o 4A5 1020122 Jlildample ... .1 2 5 025118 ,Bonniroe Djoom . .l . 1 937 1141 Woeodfield I 0851 ertoja. ' 12 3 :57 S lll 01 Knniubra 6 :;: 1. i21 oSI 93j1 cathLam, .: 7-0 5 To stop when reqouirel. 'Looegoognl most giveunotecs. to Guard at pronous stoppium statbon..

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The Yea Sub-Treasury. ACCOUNTS FOR PAYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892

Tho Tea 8ub-TrLaaury. ACCOUNTS foR PAYTMST. S. Dessour .'c . Joe. M'Cormick LKASES FOR DELIVERY. S. L. Robins J. Sorraghan W. Hicks T. M'Fadden J. T. Gill J. Williamson M. J. Gill I. A. M'Cormick E. Hepburn H. Aldous S. W. Moore CMROWS ORANTS FOR DELIUERY, D. Bruce J. Rivett LEASES FOR EXECUTIO. H. Coonan J. Rice S. A. Ingham W. E. Gill Ml. Bolger M. Jeffery N. D. Ferguson K. Mitchell C. A. Farrell J. Williamson LICENCEO FOR DELIVERY. Al. T. M'Cormick W. Lawrence . J. Bradley W. Cunningham

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892

COEROCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. (FROM OC owx coRa srozPOnEr.) MaI.BOe..E, L.sr Niclrr. Messs.a W. M'ILwRUCK and Co. report: ClEEsr.-Market about the same. Good and prime lots in fair demand; prime. 6d up to 8.: medium and good, 31d to 5d; inferior lower. BRrrerr-Potted : Fair supply, market for prime firm; prime new weekly, Is to Is 4d per 11..; prime spring potted, Sd to 10.1; medium and inferior. 5d0 to 7:L Fresh: Small supply; best dairies firmer, at Is Id to Is 5ld per lb. ; medium and good, S.d to 11?d ; inferior lower. Ecas.-Is 2Sd per dozen. Bacos.-Prime light. 7d to 71d ; heavy, 6d to 6,d per lb. PorLTrR.-Turkeys, 3s 6d to lls a pair, according to sex and size; geese, 45 6d to 5s 6d; ducks, fi 6d to 3s 6d; fowls, °s 6d to 4s 6d.

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KILLINGWORTH DEAD SHEEP. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892

KILLINGWORTH DEAD SHEEP. TO TIIE EDITOR or TilH CIIONICLE. Smr,-All must feel highly gratified to learn through your columns of the princely in. come made by the lessee of Killingrworth from the s50,000 or 60,000 sheep shorn off its 16,000 acres this season, while regretting that so little of the £11,000 to £12,000 is spent in the district where such a rich harvest is reaped. But, Sir, I and many other people have to drink the waters of the Yea River, in which dozens of these sheep are daily drowned. Is there no law to compel M.r. Walton to employ meu to pull these poor gold-producing brutes out of the river when they fall in, ultimately decaying and making the waters of our lovely river foul and putrid ? Can our worthy police constables do nothing to save us from this vile pollution 7-I amn, &c., YEA RIVER BAXE.

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Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892

Nie9 rates for merchandise, wool, producee, lire stock, &c., are published as a supple. meat to the Gorcnrment Gas?tle of the 27th The rates per bale foreweol, het exceeding 4cwaL, is 2s. up to 4;5 miles. 'From 45 up ti GO miles, 4d. per hlle for. every a5 miles or part of 0 miles; and fromn 0G up to 100 miles,. 3d. per Ible for 5 miles, or part of 5 miles the latter rates to be cumulative ou the former charge. : .: Cattle or pig will be.c nveyed at 9d. per truak permile, op to 101 miles; 3d. per mile to beadlded from 101 up to 150 miles. If over 150 miles. 7d. per truck per mile will be.charged' for the whole journey. The minimum charge is 20s., with a terminal charge of 2s. per truck in additiodi to the above rates. Horses to be conveyed at the" following rates :--Mare, gelding, filly, or entire, unuder 2 years, 6d. per mile; entires, 2 years and over, Is. per mile ; two entires, 3 years and over,.belonging to different owners, if carried in oee loose-box, ld. per mile eac...

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Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892

Goo?,?a a Pareals at the Tea Dll way ftation. GOODS. J. W. Johnston, Wah Mow, E. G. Wilson, Fraser, Waddell, Sutton, Pickard, Johnston, Mi'Clure and Willett, Castle, TurnbulL PARCELS. Egan, Scale, Hasey, D. Mt'Leish (Yea), Callan. Officer Commanding V.M.R.

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CRICKET. SPRING VALLEY V. YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892

O PC0 T. SPRING VALLEY V. YEA. A CRICKETr MATC between the above clubs was played at Yea on Saturday last, there being a large attendance of spectators. Brodie led the visitors and Burns the locals. The former, on winning the toss, sent Yea to the wickets, who put together 78, Maynard 25, M'Cann 14, Wilsoni1,. being! bl only ones who got into double figures. Spring Valley then handled the willow;' and responded with 41, Sandilands and Law with 9 each being their highest scorers. Yea again took possession of the wickets, and when the stumps were drawn had lost four wickets for 105. Wild, who went in first, carried out his bat for 47, having played a dashing innings; Maynard (not out) 24, and Wilson 24, also batted in fine style. The match resulted in a win for Yea on the first innings by 37 runs. Re freshments were very kindly supplied by the ladies, which added considerably to the afternoon's enjoyment. The following are the scores: YE?.--lt Innings . Robinson, b Craig ... . ... 8 :...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892

ROYAL LQEUf WEaZY. The Best Imported. INSIST ON GETTING IT. Auctzona. YEA. MONTHLY STOCK SALE. FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1892, AT 2 o'CLocs, At th&eShire Yards. A BI"BOT -?lW Id Iard on the above date a large supply of Fat Bullock and Cows. 3 and 4.year-old Store Bnllocks, Springers, Milkers, dc. Also, A few nice Lines of Sheep. &BIOTT nas W1LSON, Auctioneers,' 415 Bourke-street, Melbomrne. .atom salo., . . . Thrift Eneoiraged. PRINCIPLE SUPERSEDING -THE DUAL VOTE., -OR THE- . . One .Man. One Vote. CLOSING DAY DELAYED. 7 Days s 7 Days T 2£1 FOR 10E. E. S. PURCELL .& CO., Finding their Stsckatthis Season of the Year Heavier than they anticipated, have decided to CONTINUE CLEARING SALE 7 DAYS LONGER, 7 DAYS During which Period the Public wtill have a further opportunity of Supplying themselves with Send, Note, SO sonablo Dapory, from our Large and Varied Assortment, at HALF COST. Stock-Taking necessitates Every Article in our Establishment being handled and scrutinized,...

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TURBINE CREAMERY PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892

fi.3flE OZW83TdRY PLANT. THOSE who are about to erect cream eries may be glad to have some information regarding the Laval steam turbine plant, which is driven solely by a boiler, whereas the other machines in use require both engine and boiler. A jet of steam is conducted in at the foot of thie turbine, which strikes a fan, forcing it round at great velocity, and carrying with.it the bowl-spindle. The steam is regulated by turning on an ordinary steam-cock. Engine, shafting, pulleys, belting, and intermediate are entirely done away with, so that the saving in cost is very considerable. The cost of maintenance is practically nil, so that the saving in this alone would justify its adoption. The labor and attendence is reduced to a minimum. They take up less room, so that a smaller, and conse quently cheaper, building can be utilised. The leading dairying com panies are adopting this plant in preference to the ordinary and more expensive style. TheMelbourneChillled Butter Company have...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892

MR J. O'IEILL GEOGHE'GAN SOLICITOR, &.h, M3AN S FIEEL.D. TUTHILL, Z EOGIHEAN, ??sn PERRY, Sosnom.ion, 3ELDOWuNE. jR. EO'ITfGAX l Eatteis Yea Courts, :and may be Cnannlted at CON'LA- S CALEDONIAN -HOTEL, - LocAL AcE': I.JIR. S ,DESSOUR DfUFFY and WILKINSON. 101% OnXV ADUFFYI, time surviving I r of the abase-named. firm of ~olicitEor and THO3MAS EDWARD KING, who has been carrying on the business of the daid firui'at Seymour and Kilmore for some time past, having entered into Partnership, they will carry on the business at Seuymour and Kilmore, under the style or finn of Gavas Durer and KIsC. OFFICEs : TALLAROOK-STREIT, SEY]MOUR, ANs SYY-er.riTr r, KU.onrE. ML.-KIso COmlIsIsoNE?r FOR TAKING AFFIDAVITS. GAVAN DUFFY AND KING, SOLICITORS, dr., SEIYMOUR AND KILMORE. :M. ?;KIn ArIENDo AT KILORII EVERY TalroL'Y. THOMAS GRAHAM, B.L., SOLICITOR, ALEXANDRA, ATTENDS ALL COURTS AT YEA, S AND MAY BE CONSULTED Anderson's Commercial IIotel, Tuesday in Each Week. Hours: 9 a.,o. to 12 noon. An...

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THE SINGLE AND THE DUAL VOTE. SHORT HISTORY BY THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892

TE SfQGLE AND TE DUIbAL VOTE.' SHORT HISTORY BY THE PREMIER. Is his address at Casterton Mr. Shiels said: I shall deal with the Single and the Dual " Vote, and first of all 1 shall endeavor to m brush away the cobwebs of fiction which h crafty and unscrupulous political spiders v have been spinning rqund this question, to obscure'it liy'ising p?eJudice and ill-feel- P1 ing, so as to put it out of sight. The charges that MrI Munro's Goverment, and probably the Government with w hich I am connected, in bringing forward this question of the e abolition of plural voting, did so either at 1 the dictation of the Trades Hall, or in a spirit of truckling to that body, will not bear investigation. I will be able to show h every man who will pay me the courtesy of listening to me that the charge is simply a i piece of unparalleled mendacity, and that there is not a shred or tittle of truth in it. That question came to the Munro Govern- . ment as it did to our Government as a legacy P from pas...

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ST. PATRICK'S NIGHT BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892

ST. PATPICK'S NIGEHT BALL. THE ball which took place at the Yea Shire Hall on St. Patrick s night was a great success, socially, financially, and in every other respect. Tile ball-room was prettily decorated by Messrs. T. Condon, J. F. Doody, T. Quinlan, nhd Edward Dnan; Mr. John .Meade, with the kindness so character istic of him, bringing a good supply of ferns, rushes, &c., from the upper reaches of the Yea River. Over the door stood the good old Irish welcome, "Cead mille failte" ("One hunlre, thoosand welcomes"), worked in white letters on a green grounod by that venerable and enthusiastic Irishman. Mr. T. M'Asey, who also placed a pot on the supper-t;able cnt.inilng a real Irish shamrock, lately sent out to him from the County Carlow. It was, we need hardly say, closely and lovingly scutinised during the night, but sonme lady or gentleman, either of a wag.isoh turn of mind or re membering Gerals Gritlin' beautiful poenm, "Orange and Green," placed something in the natu...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 24 March 1892

NEWS AND NOTES. THo tone of the market for fat stock was better last week than it has been for many months. A NIUMBER of grazing areas in the Seymour district are advertised to let, tenders for which close at noon to-morrow. Mn. WILLIAM C. B.ss (classification V., 2, 58) is to succeed Mr. Burgess as Head Teacher at the Homewood School. TiE ratepayers of the Mildura Shire have sent in a petition to have it divided into four Ridings. IT is rumored that an ex-Shire Councillor threatens to bring an action against four members of the Council for-so it is alleged -illegally voting money without a quorum 1 being present. A REFRESuING rain, which appears to have been pretty general, fell early on Tues day morning. It lasted for about five hours, and most of it found its way into the parched soiL As we predicted in our last issue, the Railway Commissioners were suspended two days afterwards. The first work of the newly-appointed Commissioners is a pro posal to reduce the train mileage by 700...

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