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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 March 1892

YE L. MONTHLY STOCK SALE. FRIDAY, APIIL 1, 1892, AT 2 o'cUocK, At the Shire Yards. ABBOTT A.D WILSON will Yard on the above date a large supply of Fat Bullock and Cows. 3 and 4-year-old Store Bullocks. Springers, Milkeri, &c. Also, A few nice Lines of Sheep. ABBOTT AND WIISON, Auctioneers, 415 Bourke-street, Melbourne. Amuscmcnts. "IRISH WIT, HUMOR, PATHOS, AND POETRY." A LECTURE WILL BE DELIVERED IN THE YEA' SHIRE HALL, Tuesday, 5th April, THOMAS 1RACKEN, ESQ. (FOBYEzLY ME IB OFI T Na ZEºLaD PAIuAMENTi), " PcowRS us FAEE LAUDB? "ILAYS OP TU orD OT MAORI AND Moi &e., &c. S CT : " Irish Wit, umor, Pathos, and oetry." Popular Pri -* 28. and 1.. Oloarg Sale Thrift Enco agd. PRINCIPLE SUPERSEDING DUjAL' OTE;, --OR THE--" One Min One Vote. CLOSING DAY DELAYED. 7 DaysME= 7 Days S£1 FOR 10.-. E. S. PURCELL '.& CO.,; Finding their Stock at this n of the Year Heavier than they anticipated, have decided to CONTINUE CLEARING SALE FOR 7 DAYS LONGER, 7 DAYS During...

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YEA, ALEXANDRA, AND BROADFORD BOUNDARY WORKS. BLACK RANGE TO YARCK ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 March 1892

FORD BONDARY WOBEI. BLACK RANGE TO YARCK ROAD. AT the last meeting of the Alexandra Shire Council a letter was read from the Shire of Yea, informing the council that the Yea Shire had obtained the consent of the Governor-in-Council to the expenditure of about- £300 for the making of a road, in conjunction with the Alexandra council, from the town ship of Yarck'to the top of the Black Range. Cr. Scale said he was very pleased to hear such a letter read, as by same it would enable them to go on with a necessary work that had been long held in abeyance through one cause and another. This council had placed a sum of £300 on the estimates for this road and the bridge. The latter had been carried out at a cost of £188, leaving a balance of £112 for the road. That amount, added to £300 from the Yea Shire, would make £412 available for the road vworks, which he thought ought to be at once gone on with. Cr. Graham desired to know how Cr. Scale arrived at the amount stated. Cr. Scale: This sh...

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VISIT TO THE EUROA BUTTER AND ICE FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 March 1892

VISIT TO TE EZROA SUTTER -: AD ICE FACTORT. (or OIUT SPECcAL tPOzaour.) Asorr three weeks ago a friend drove up to Euroa, and I availed myself of his offer to pay a visit to the Euroa Butter and Ice Factory. Everything about Euroa is neat and clean and trim, and the Factory is in keeping with the general surroundings. I introduced myself to the manager, Mr. Hansen, quite ayoung man, recently connected with the Thoona Butter Factory and Victoria Creamery. He is a native of Deimark, which trains its young men in agricultural and dairy schools, and he showed me over the Factory, courteously giving all information asked for without any reservation. There are two 230-gallon separators, one a De Laval, and the other an Alexandra. The latter, which is placed on trial for three months, works quite as smoothly as the former, but the De Laval gives (better results in the weight of the cream separated. The milk supply has dwindled down from 1,000 to 300 gallons a day, and some of the suppliers...

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YEA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 March 1892

YEA POLICIE COURT. 1r.. J. KWOcG, P.1., will hold sittings at Y-- -ea on the following dates : March-1, 15, 2'2, J. April-5, 26. Mlay--, i, 17, . Junne-14. 21, 23.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 March 1892

MR. J. O'NEILL GEOGHEGAN SOLICITOR, &c., I A N S.F.I E LD. 'IUTHILL GEOGHEGAN, Aso PERRY, SoLICalros, '1MLDUCB? E. NPR GEOGHEGAN attends Yea Courts, ahd may be Consulted at CONLAN'S CALEDONIAN HOTEL, YEA. LocaL AaENT: MR. S DESSOUR. DUFFY and WILKINSON. TOHN GAVAN DUFFY, the surviving J' partner of the abave-named firm of Solicitors, and THOMAS EDWARD KING, "who has been carrying on tihe burness of the said firm at Seymour and Kilmore for some time past, having entered into Partnership, they will carry on the business at Seymour tand ?hlmore, noder the style or firm of VAYAS DUFrr and KING. OFFICES: TALLAROOK-STREET, SEYMOUR, AsN SYDNET-STREET, KILMORE. M?I KI[G CovMISSIONER FO TAKING Arm.ttrrs. GAVAN DUFFY AND KING, SOLICITORS, de., SEYMOUR AND KILMORE.. WMi. KRio ATrsDSs AT KIOREn EVE?T TcURSDAY. THOMAS GRAHAM, B.L, SOLICITOR, ALEXANDRA, ATTENDS ALL COURTS AT YEA, A AND MAY BE CONSULTED Anderson's Commercial Hotel, ON Tuesday in Each Week. Honurs: 9 a.m. to 12 noon. AGnENT...

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THE GENERAL ELECTION. MR. HUNT AT AVENEL. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 March 1892

---.-- MR. HUNT AT AVE EL Mn. T. Hu.T addressed a larely-.attended meeting at Avenel on Wednesday, the 73rd inst., Mr. A. Dcherty presiaing. In the course of his address the rand:cte remarked that it had been thrown up as a taunt by some of the very intelleetual people that he had never been a Minhster. (Laughter.) He had been better than that: as he had been trusted by one of the largest majorities of electors in tlhe colony. A Voice: You could not get a portfolio. Mr. Hunt: That statement is just about on a par with the other villanous ones that have been circulated about. The person that uttered it could not know what he was talking about. Mr. C. E. Wallder: You are getting personaL Mr. Brumby: You asked any elector to speak out openly. Cries of "Throw him out," and general disorder. Mr. Hunt, addressing Mr. Wallder, said he had the misfortune, be might term it in the light of suhbseuent events, of having obtained for him a seat on the Bench per manently, and he remarked that he ...

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YEA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 29. (Before Mr. J. Rowan, [?]., Messrs. E. S. Purcell and T. S. Sale, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 March 1892

TE.3 ?OLZC COOUT. TUESDAY, M u 29. (Before Mr. J. Rowan, 1, Mesrs. E. S. Purcell and T. S. le, J.P's.) IL?EGAL D)LENTION )P A DRAY. Joseph M'Connick ch ged Thomas F. Roberts with having detr eed, without just cause, at Molesworth, orethe 21st March, after due notice of elaim,.ne tip dray, the property of complainant, 0 the value of £5. 'the ulaintiffstated thato. Messrs. Kenny Bres.' dale he purchased thser lying along the railway line. Asked Iernission to go on to the line to reemovqthe timber from the Railway Departmen and also asked Mr. Elliott, the owner of the Cathkin Estate, if witness could reove it, as he had not heard from the Raiy Department. Mr. Elliott referred wiess to' the de fendant, but he did not 4k the latter, as witness found that the ,:cupant of the Cathkin Estate had one nth to run, and he had his permission to ? there. Went thrnech several gates of tb, Estate, and re moved all the timber withbot bindrance till he cameto the place where to last load was. On comi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 March 1892

Churches. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, YEA. CAPTAIN WRIGHT will conduct C Divine Service at the above Church on Sunday morning and evening next; also at Doogalook in the afternoon. Rev. C. IL Barnes at Strath Creek in the morning, and at Spring Valley in the after. noon. Holy Communion at afternoon service. Rev. C. H. Barnes at Tea-tree on Tues. day at7 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. T HE Rev. D. MLNSE will conduct Divine Service (D.V.) in the above Church next Sabbath at Yea, morning at 11 o'clock, and in the evening at 7. In the afternoon at Limestone, at 3 o'clock. V. R. Goverment MAvrt1sA e m t&. APPLICATION FOR A MINERAL LEASE. IN Pursuance of the Act of Parliament 54 Victoria, No. 1,120, it is hereby Noti fled that after the expiration of one month from the date hereof it is intended to grant the Lease undermentioned, subject to such excisions, modifications, and reservations as may be necessary. BEEcHcwonrn DISTRucr-YEA DI1vSIO. No. 1,552.-15 years. J. Copeland, 46a. 2r. 15p., ...

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SKINS AND BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 March 1892

SKINS AND BARK. MIssas. DAL.rr and CosrA\r-, Limited, report on the 23rd March: FcarBu Snrss.-Kangaroo. large and superior, to 3s 3d per lb. ; medium, s 3d to 2Sd; brush, 9d to Is; small, 3d to 9d; wallaby, large, to ls 4d ; do. small, to I0d ; rabbit, firsts, to 6d; medium, 3dto4d; in. ferior and kittens, to 2d; opossum, firsts, to6s64perdoz.; seconds, to Is 6d; mono tain, Ss to 16s; bear,2sto4sper dozen. We would advise our constituents to paint or powder all sorts of skins now. as the weevils are very prevalent and very destructive. TsEx NEw ZEA.?.D LOAN AND MERCAn.s IL AGFc?cy COPANy, LIMruIED, report on the 23rd March : SHEEPrnsxs.-Butchers' green pelts, Is 6d to 2s 3d; a few extra, to 2s 6d; lambs' skins, 2s to 3s Od; do. pelts, Sd to is 6d each ; dry pelts, 91 to Is 9d each ; dry skin, good, merino, 51d to &d per lb; do. inferior. 3d to 4d per lb; do., crossbred, 41d to 5ld per lb; dry lamb skins, up to 2s 6d each. MEsssc. Yoc?NCnrs.A~- and CO rPAraY, Lnexrrc, report ...

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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Mea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1892. ENSILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 March 1892

he rn 4horau icltc. WITH WHICH IS ISNCORPORATED Re v1 ý' Ce Iclcg apqlk. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, MARCHI 31, 1893. EWIILAGE. ALL through the prolonged drought came a wail from every part of the Colony, "If our farmers had only gone in for ensilage, what a difference it would have made to us all." Believing that sooner or later the farmers of the Yea district will be induced to turn their rich flats to more profitable ac count, we keep constant watch for anything new and practical on the subject. The following, which appears in the last Bulletin issued by the De partment of Agriculture, from the pen of Mr. ALEXANDER CRAWFORD, who went all round the Colony with the Government Travelling Dairy, and is now manager of the Victoria Creamery in Melbourne, will be read with inte rest:-"From thetimethatensilage first came into general use there has always been one obstacle in the way of those intending to make it, and who had not actually seen the operation, viz., the pressure. So...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 31 March 1892

-4---c MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. [BY EnLcrIC TELEGRAPL.] (fRBO OUR Ow" CoRE sroasLr.) MNE.BOREe, L'ST IGHT.. Messrs. . M'IL.wa?ciK and Co. report: CHEsrE.-Prime lots in fair demand, fom? Gd to Sd; medium and good, 31d to 5d; inferior lower. BtrrrE .-Potted : Large supply, market easierthan last week: prime new weekly, 10d to Is 2d per lb.; large supply of spring to hand, and prices for prime ranged from 8id to lId; medium and inferior, i5d to 74d. Fresh: Market easier; best dairies, Sto Is 4d per lb.; medium and good, 91d to Id; inferior lower. Eacs.--ls 3?4 to Is 4Id per dozen. Baco?.-Prime light, 7d to 7d ; heavy, 6d to 61d per lb. PorLTar.-Market slack.

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YEA PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

YEA PUBRLI LIBRARY. Open daily. from 10 z.m. to 10 p.m. Committee ont first Tuesday in the omuth.

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YEA BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

YEA BOTAfD OF ADVICE. Ilects 'h It aturday in each moath at4l pcnm

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YEA POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

Y:A POUICH COURT. lz J. kk.t:t, P.M., Will lld sitting at Yea on the foli~oing dates 31a h-l: i5,ý ^ 30. iay-i-. 1, 31,

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YEA POLICE COURT TUESDAY, APRIL 5. (Before Mr. J. Rowan P.m., Messrs. T. S. Scale and J. M'Cormick, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

TEA POLICE 00CVT. TexseAy, APRI. 5. (Before Mr. J. Rowan, P.m., Messrs. T. S. Scale and J. M'Cermick, J.P'a) Senior-constable Alexander charged Wil liam Mills with leaving two dead sheep, causing an offensive smell, by which a nuisance arose within the meaning of section 216 of the Health Act, 1800.-Case withdrawn. Thomas Griffin charged George M'Asey with having, on the 4th inst., felonionsly stolen from his person the sum of £3. Remanded to Friday, the 8th inst., bail being allowed in one surety of £25, de fendant to enter into his own recognisances fora similar amount. E. S. Purcell and Co. v. Owen Martin, jun.-Claim, £3 (U. 6d. Order for amount and Il. costs ; in default. distress. Same v. John Green.-Claim. £614s. 10d. Order for amount and Ss. coats; -in de fault, distresa.

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KING PARROT CREEK [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

KZ=G PARROT CREEL (FROU OU0? OWN CORnE?rONDENT.) TcIE recent rain had the effect of filling the empty tanks-a boon the housewives duly appreciatal. It has also caused a nice spring in the gro,.. The suppliers of milk at the Strath Creek Creamery are beginning to grumble at the price received for milk. and not without reason either, cosilerivg butter is up to Is. id. per lb. One of the largest suppliers has stopped sending his milk, and others threaten to do so if the price for milk is not raised censiderably, which would mean stopping the Creamery. Surely the farmers deserve a little encouragement. The share Illders, I believe, intend interviewing the Directors on the subject. Some of the graziers in this district have been burning off lately. In one or two instances the fire got the upper hand of those engaged in the work, and did con siderable damage to fencing, &e., Mr. J. W. Doherty being one of the principal losers. I notice 31r. Bidstrap, the contractor for Strath Cree...

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Railway Time Table ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

Pal=w?y Time; Table, ALexAvo1A RAo o T MELrOUiRYK. g .t . M. t M... 751 - Alexandraloaddep. 6 5 10 531 4 Cathin . .. 7 20 5 25 569 7 Molesworth ... 7 .0 5 33 850 II.tBlham ... ... I * ' 665 141 Cheviot ... 7 56 8 6 sOS 173 Yes {., r 6 564 231 Ifomeirood. .. 8 45 6 5 585 41 Tallarool t ... E"r 9 p. Ldep. 10 20 8 3 32 97 Melbourne ... arr. 11 5 9 43 M1ELTOURNE TO ALF\LnDRA RoD. Stationa - - cU . A.Y. ?.3. 32 - Melbourne ... dep. 7 40 tSM 555 56 Tallaro kt .. . 1d j 546 622 Travsool,,.', ...1055 840 540 68 Kerridale .. ..1115 85 564 74 Ioniewood... ... 11 3 9 10 -(arr.11 5519 SS3 503 79 . Yea ... r.s. Idep.12 5 93. 665 831 Cheviot ... 12 110 9 49 850 S} lBalham 569 905 Molesworth .. 12 4510 '1 581 93 Cathkin . ... 12 5 10 2 751 975 Alexandra Road .... 1 2510 45 o Stops when required to pick 'up or set down passengera. t Change trenms at Tallaronk. C-TIKIo To MAASFIELD. u o " Stations.. - C581 93 thkin . . . 1- 5. 1 3 h dep 7 3 1.10 6S9 97 Yarck... .. 7 0 1 15 881 101 Kannmbnb . ... 8 5...

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THE WINDSOR TRAGEDY [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

Tfl WWNDSOR- TRAGZDT. AT the inquest on Tuesday the first few witnesses had nothing new to tell. They related what they had related before. Some told of the.circui?ntanees of the findino of the body; others spoke df the' letting ofthe house to Williams ; several were called who had met him or Mrs. Williams. Each and everyone gave the same reply to the stereo typed question of Mr. nWalsh, the Crown Prosecutor, "Is that the manl"' "Yes," they all replied,' that is Williams," and Williams sitting composedly in his chair smiled incredulously at the overwhelminig testimony, or ma;de terribly facetious remarks to his lawyer. " It is as good as a show ; I wtlder they don't hring the hearth stone ; this is really amusing." anol soon, were ai few of his commenets to his legal adviser. But he wa not alwrays so unruffled and smiling, and when the-people on tie floor of thle eourt Iegou to pt.; moud hits intl starte altd gape. hle atwc.l tltl'diitT ir benc.thtitte Russian for a few "rlief mpmen...

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Departure and Arrival of Mails [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

Dotrtc i ad arrival of Kafi. .LAILC close and seTive at the Yea Post office at the unde1tentioned hours: CLCOK AT XII 705- A.M. P.M. 'Melbourne ... ... 8 6 1'a11arsooh. .. ... 8 6 Doogalook.. - 6 olseworthl . I - 1sortn ~. .. 11 - ~arc , .. :...l11 .Alexra.lea. ~.. 1 8 - 'urridindi 12 1 Flswenlale . 210I f I'Leish's 121i tlsdsrwsod' 2"l 10 a urphy ..'s : 12 101 RUCct13D AT X5EA PO1- A.IM. P.M. Tallar: ... .01130 930 Melbourne... 11 30930 Dossgalook. 11 30 Iloleswortl - 0 -:aPer ... 6 Yarck . - 6 1hlexandra.. -8S30 6 Msorrineindi. '130 Flnoweidle T I 1 30 M'Leah's I 1 30 Underwuosdsa: 1 30 Murphy's . ... " f a0 130 Holer's ... "I~T 130

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YEA SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

TEA SHIRE COUNCIL arditary Molnthly Mleeting, First Satur day in eadi mouth, at 11 a.

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