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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. Open daily from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.: and on Saturdays, from 10 a.m. to soon.

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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SKINS AND BARK [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

SKINS AND BARK. MEss~S. DAeVtrr and Co.?raPY, Limited, report on the 30th March: FCPnnED SKIm.s.-- angaroo, large and superior, to 3s 3d per lb.; medium, ts 3d to 2M Sd; brush, 9d to Is; small, 3d to 9d'; wallaby, large, to Is 4d; do. small, to 10d ; rabbit, firsts, to 6Gd; medium, 3d to 4d; in ferior and kittens, to 2d ; opossum, firsts, to6sfil perdoo : seconds, to Is G&a: moun tain, 8s to 1lls ; bear, 2sto4sper dozen. We would advhe our constituents to paint or powder all sorts of skins now. as the weevils are very prevalent and very destructive. TnE New ZeALut LoAN AND MERCAy mRLE sGE?aCY COMPYry, LIsrTED, report on the 30th March: SUtEEPssLxs.-Butcher' green pelts. Is Gd to Ss G1; a few extra, to 3s Od; lambs' skins, so to ts Od; do. pelts, Sd to Is Gd each; dry pelts, 9d to 2s Gd each ; dry skin, good, merino. 5td to Gd per Ib; do. irferior. 3d to 4d per lb; do., crossbred, 41: to 5ld per lb; dry lamb skins, up to 2s Gd each. Frnr.?D SLsss.-Kangaroo: Good, so Gd to Is ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

Churcbcs. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCOI, YEA. T HE Rev. D. MILNE will conduct Divine Service (D.V.) in the above Church next Sabbanth at Yea, morning at 11 o'clock, and in the evening at 7. In the afternoon at Limestone, at 3 o'lock. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, YEA. T HE REV. C. H. BARNES will conduct Divine Service at the above Church on Sunday morning and evening next; also at Molesworth in the afternoon. Holy Communion at afternoon service. Mr. J. T. Daley at Ghin Ghin in the afternoon. Rev. C. IL Barnes at Tea-tree on Wednes day, at7p.m. SALVATION ARMY. -1 UARDS' BAND, No. 2, will Visit Yea NHzIr TesDnAr XNIcu (12th APMIL), Sat Temperance HalL Sixteen Players. Silver Coin Admission. Everyone Invited. Wanted. W ANTED GENERAL SERVANT or Girl to assist in housework. Apply Mrs PcrE?E, Yea. VWAN'TED KNOWN.-A Fine Lot of CABBAGE PLANTS for SALE. Apply D. F. ELr.s, Craigie-street, Yea. Shiro dvcrtisement& SHIRE OF YEA. HEALTH ACT 1890 (SEcrnon 31). HIGHTSOIL SERVICE. N?OTICE is Hereby Given,-Tha...

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Revised Railway Rates [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

New rates for merchandise, wool, prodeh.-, live stock, &c., are published as a snpop: ment to the Government Gazctte of the Vtl August. The rates per bale for wool, not exceeding 4cwt., is 2s. up to 4 miles. From 46 up to 60 miles, 4d. per bale for every 5 miles or part of 5 miles; and from 60 up to 100 niles, 3d. per bale for 5 miles, or part of 5 miles the latter rates to be cumulative on thq former charge. Cattle or pigs will be conveyed at 9d. per truck per mile, up to 101 miles; 3d. lper mile to bh added 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 addition to the abhoe rates. SHorses to be conveyed at the following rates: -Mare, gelding, lilly, or entire, under 2 years, 6d. per mile; entires, 2 years and over, Is. per mile ; two entires, 2 years and over, belonging to dliffercnt owners, if carried in one loose-box, 9d. per mile each-the m...

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Railway Fares [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

Rilway Faroe. let Clars. Snd Class. FROM Sin. FRet Sin. Ret. S. D.S. D. D. S. D. Yea to Homewond .. 1 0. 1 60 8 1 0 ,, Kerrisdale ... 2. 0 13 1 4 2 0 ,, Tallarook ... 4 06 0 82 4 0 ,, Seymour ... 4107 :3 35 . Melbourne ... 3320 0 13 6 Yea to Cheviot: .. OSL 0 5 0 8 ,, Moleswnrth ... 1.102 1 3 2 0 A, AlexandreR'd. 3 042 0 3 0 Yea to Cathkin ...2; 4 3 1 2 6 Y, Yarck ... 2101 11.3 0 ., MIerton 4 107 3! 3 5 0 ,, Maindample ... 7 0'4 9 7 ,, Mansfield ... 8 913 3.i9 8 9

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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET TUESDAY, 5TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

MELBOURNE CATfLE MARKET. TrwnDAY, 5m1 ArrIL FAT SInEr.-2-4.000 yarled, which con sisted chiefly of middling descriptions, with a moderate proportion good to prime. Prime heav crosbred and an merino wethers were in firm request. For cood trade lots the demand was not so active, and for such late rates were with difficulty maintained, wlile for second nad inferior tdescriptionts thle twe of the market was ullt, with weaker tendency.. Prime crossbred wethers from ias 6d to 13a Gd; extra prime and heavy do. do., from 14s to 15s: prime crossbred ewes from 9s Gd to 11s Gd, according to weight and quality.; prime merino wethers. from 9s Gd to Ils; extra prime meino wethers, from 9s ?d to Ils; extra prime and heavy do. do.. from Its Gd to 12s; good merino nwethers from Ss to 9s; middling do. do.. from Os; prime merino ewes, from Gs to 7s d ; others from 4s. FAT LAms.-6,?500 were penned. Owing to the limited requirements of the trade during this season of the year, the supply proued largely ...

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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

-IIELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. 'Br ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (TRoM OCR OWN cOnRE.Ro sONDET.) 31ELBOrRNE, LIST ?sIIIT. Messrs. 1W. .1'ILRIcs andl Co. report: CreES?.-Prime lots in fair demand, from 6 dto Sd; medium and good, 3?d to 5d; inferior lower. BErrER.-Potted : Good supply. market about the same as last week; best dairies, Ild to Is 2;d; prime spring, Sld to IOld; medium and inferior, dibd to ;d. Fresh: Good supply, market firmrer; lest dairies, Is~dto Is 5d per lb.: good ordinary and lump, 1(kl to Is Id; inferior lower. Eco--ls iKl per duzeu. PoCLnrL.--Malket slack, prices ruling low for all classes.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

XM bbifboAir Advortisomor W Business and Professional Directory. CAFE AND IRESTAURATS. COFFEE PALACE. Smith-street, Fitzroy. unsurpassed for Cledaliness and Comfort. Trams from station pass door. Special attenltion Country Visitors. Every in: frnmation supplied. iaths, Billiards, Smoking and Reading R(s,ms. Terms exceediucly Moderate. Wa. SIII.EY, Manager. CHAFF AND GRAIN MIERCIIANTS, AND CO3MISISIoN AGENTS. E. C. ROPERTSON & CO., 56 Spencer street Account sales and cheques rendered rendered. MdERRY & CO., 533 Flinders Lane west. Adradees modleonallkinds offarmproduce. DAIRY AND FARM PRODUCE 3IERCIIANTS, AND DAIRY COMMISSION y GENTS. HOLDERSON & NEILSON, 4S3 Flinders Lane. Trialsolicited. Best price obtained for all dairy produce. WOOD & CO.. 33 Kingstreet. Established 1870. All kinds of dairy produce sold on omnssion. SAw MAKERS AND IMPORTERS. BLAKELEY, W. H., 115 Lonsdale-street Sole Agent for H. Disston Son's cele brated Saws. Send your old circula...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

8OTAL LIQUERS wmEST. The Best Imported. INSIST ON GETTING 'IT. KOBYBOYN. WEDNESDAY, 13th APRIL, AT 12 o'CLOCK SHARP. BONA FIDE CLEARING SALE. THE GLEN, KOBYBOYN. WZDIOWAUBESEZ. T HE MURRAY RIVER COMPANY, in conjunction with WALLStER, HaRTE; and WALLDER, have received instructions from Messrs. MOROAN BROS., of the Glen, Kobyboyn, to Sell on above date, Without Reserve, The Whole of their Land, Stock, Implomonts, Housshold FSrniture, and a Eects, As follows: 640 Acres of Land 640 Well watered, having 31; miles frontage to Hughes' Creek, well fenced with post dnd rail, and post and wire, and. wire netted., Three acres of Orchard. The land ill rir?gt12 years, asi cleared. Houses and Out-buildings, &c. Consisting of Dwelling, Stable, Cart shed, Men's Hut, Drafting-yards, Wool-shed--all substantially built. 50,000 good Bricks will be Sold with Land 3,000 odd Posts and Rails. Sheep. 500 Merino Wethers, 4 and G-tooth 100 Ewes, mixed. Horses. 13 Medium Draughts; also, several Young H...

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MOLESWORTH NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

MOLESWOBTE "OTE3. (FROM OUR Ot.. CORRESPON DENo T.) THE practice of sheep-drovers, which I can not pass without comment, of leaving be hind them exposed the carcases of numbers of their sheep that have died either through weakness or disease, is deserving of the fullest penalty the law allows. Of course, the difficulty is to catch the offenders red handed, as they are all evidently followers of the philosopher who argued that there is only one crime-that of being caught. The reserve here now presents a ghastly appear ance, being dotted all over with sheep careases through this cause, which is un doubtedly a menace to public health. Despite the hardness of the times, the tightness of the money market, and the poorness of the cattle sales, it is cheering to note that Mr. O. Martin was successful in obtaining good prices for a mob of horses he took to Melbourne, getting as high as £10 per head for light hores. - During the down journey from Mansfield, one morning last week, the tire sl...

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YEA SHIRE COUNCIL SATURDAY, APRIL 2. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

EiA BRIZE OOUNOZL. SATOrDAY, APan. 2. Tui usual monthly meeting of the Council was held on Saturday. Present: Cra. Scale (President), M'Cormiek, Webster, Carver, Ferguson, Richards, and Quinlan. PRESIDENT OF ALEXANDRIA SHIRE Mr. W. H. Whiting, President of the Alexandra Shire, occupied a seat on the right of the President during the proceed ings. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Public Health Department, for wardling requirements with regard to doors, ventilation, &c., at St. John's Church, Spring Valley. From W. J. Gilchrist, author of the " Local Government Manual," stating that a manual on the Local Go, rnment Act, 1891, would be published on the 25th March by Messrs. M'Carron, Bird,and Co., Melbourne; also from Arnall and Jackson re "Manual," by Mr. M'Hugh, barrister-at.law. -One copy of the latter work ordered. From the Shire of Healesville, thanking the Council for agreeing to the proposed alteration in the boundary between the two Shires. From the P'ublic Health Department, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

NR.J. O'NEILL GEOGHEGAN SOICITOR, Ac., 31 AN SFIELD. TUTHILI, GEOG(HEGAN, .?t, PERRY, Soucsrns, MnrLocsne. OR GEOCHEGAN attends Yea Courts, and may be Consulted at CONLAiNS CALEDONIAN HOTEL, YEA. LocAT. Ac-re: MR. S DESSOUR. DUFFY and .WILKINSON. JOHN GAVAN DUFFY, the surviving ' partner of the abase-named firm of Solicitors, and THOMAS EDWARD KING, who has bere carrying on the ousiness of the said firm at Seymour and Kilmore for some time past, htving entered into Partnership, they will carry en the business at Seymour and Kilmore, under the style or firn of Gaxv.L Dcnrr and Kr~t. OrriCEs: TALLAROOK-STREET, SEY MOUR, A.D Su.ser-+TsE, Ku?iIORE. Mi. KEnso CoMssR SIONE r. T NGo AFrIDAvTrs. GAVAN DUFFY AND KING, SOLICITORS, ,L., SEYMOUR AND KILMORE. Mn. KAo ArTTE?D AT KiLoe EvtR THUoSDAY. THOMAS GRAHAM, B.L, SOLICITOR, ALEXANDRA, ATTENDS ALL COURTIS AT YEA, AY BE CONSULTED AT Anderson's Commercial Hotel, Tuesday in Each Week. Hours: 9 a.m. to 12 noon. AGES AT YEa-M. A. LH. S.o?onss. MR...

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Useful Information. MONEY ORDER AND SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

-setI InfonAtioD. MONEY ORDER A?n SAVINGS BANK. Oten daily from 10 a.m. to 10 pm.; and on Saturdays, 10 a.m. to Noon. The Saings Bank re-operm on Staturday evenings (for receipts and deposits only) from 6 to S clock.

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YEA AND ALEXANDRA BOUNDARY WORKS. BLACK RANGE TO YARCK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

TEA AMD ALEZZ.IDA 3OY DABT W=. -I BLACK RANGE TO YARCK. AT the meeting of thetea Shire Council. on Saturday, a letter .as read from the Public Works Departmont, stating that the Governor-in-Council hal approved of the Council's application fr authority to con tribute a sum of £300 owarnls the cost of making a toad from thttownship of Yarck to the top of the Black honge, and situated within the boundaries o?the Shire of Alex andra. At the request of the Council, Mr. Whiting (President of tib Alexandra Shire) said that when his Cutncil first entered upon the work they had not prepared their estimates, and the Emgineor told them the cost would not be more than £600. Now they had spent £210, leaving only a balance of £84. His Council had determnnined to close this year with a clean sheet: but still they recognised that this work should be gone on with, as they considered it was a great hardship on these people that they had not access to the railway. The cutting would save them, on an a...

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THE ALEXANDRA HOSPITAL CLOSING THE DOOR TO YEA PATIENTS [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

TIM ALflZANDEA ioSP1TraL CLOSING THE DOOR TO YEA PATIENTS. THE following letter was read at the last meeting of the Yea Shire Council:-" I am directed by the Boud of Management of the above institution to ask you to kindly refrain from forwardling or rLeeommending patients for admission to the Hospital until further notice, as in the present impoverished state of the Hospital funds the Committee find it as much as they can do to maintain the present inmates. "J. A. GORDno, Secretary." Cr. M'Cormick said he had been lately in Alexandra, and was told that the Hospital Committee could not see their way to supply medical assistance to our poor unless we gave them what we voted last year. If we did so, that order would probably be withdrawn. They told him that half their patients at the Hospital came from the Yea Shire. The President said he was in favor of in creasing the vote, although, owing to their financial dificulty, he did not see his way to go so far as they did last year. Cr. W...

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DAIRY CATTLE AND PIGS [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

DAIRY CATTLE AND PIGS. M? sn ABBorr AND WIISON report: DAir.y CArrLE (Friday, Ist April): There was a fairly full supply in about equal pro. portious, but the quality forward was in ferior to what it has been usually. We qonte:-First-class cows with calves at foot, £S s to £10 10s; we sold one extra good cow for £11 15s, the property of Mr. Meiers, of Box Hill, topping the market; good do., £5 to £7 5s; medium and in ferior, £4 10s to £1 Its i6d; springers, £2 5s to£710s; fat es, to £4 142 d ; dry cows and young stock sold quite up to late rates. We sold privately 90 bullocks for iIr. D. Branigan, Bulla, at satisfactory prices. Pi Mblaonrr (Thuroday, 31st March): An average supply of pigs penned ; all classes about equally represented. Prices thnough out at about the samne as late quotations, except for well-fed baeoners, which showed a light inmprovement.

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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, APRIL 7. 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 April 1892

ihe ýJn 4!hrounicl. INTHI WHIICH 1S INCOIRPORATED PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TIIURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1592. NEWS AND NOTES. TuE General Elections take place on Wednesday week, 20th instant. Lar.G : consignments of Oew Zealand factory bltter are being received weekly in Melbourne, and find a ready market. Tin Directors of the Yea Dairy Company have raised the price of milk at the Moles worth and Strath Creek Creameries to 5d. per gallon. Mr.. T. Hc?s, while soliciting a renewal of confidence, states that he does not intend to make any personal canvass for votes, as he regards it as subversive of the Ballot. MR. 1. K. K. 'KENZIE will address the electors at the Yea Shire Hall at 8 o'clock to-morrow evening; and on Saturday after noon, at 3 o'clock, he will deliver another address at the Doogalook Hotel. Ow-?st to the milk suppliers having dis continued sending their milk to the Yea Creamery, it has been temporarily closed, but it isto be hoped that it will only be for a very short time. TII...

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CHURCH FUNDS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 14 April 1892

CIHURCH FUNDS. TO THE EDITOR OF TIE CIRONICLE. SnR,-Do the local churches publish balance. sheets? I am a subscriber to all three in a measure, but do not recollect seeing any financial statements for some time past. Churches, like all public institutions, should manage their financial'affairs in an open and business-like manner. Awaiting a reply,-I am, &c., COSMOPOLITE.' "I uAVE always wondered," said the newly-arrived missionary to the genial cannibal, " what became of my prddecesser," " Oh, he," returned the cannibal, "he has gone into the interior."

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 14 April 1892

NEW5 AND NOTES. POLLsING DA icfixed for Wednesday, the 20th inst., and tlul writs are returnable on the 2nd May. Tur following are now the polling-booths for the Yea DivisOn, some of those adver tised in the Alexrlral Staodard last week having been alteid yesterday by the Re turning Oilicer, .1. Charles .Muneckton: At the Court.hcve, Yea; at the State school, No. 1,4a. I;lomewood, near Dooga look; at the priv.$e residence of Mr. George Blackman, Breaz:o'-Day ; at the State school, No. 2,233 Iolesworth ; in a tent at the northlwestcn corner of M1r. Daniel M'Leish's selectioa parish of Murrindindi, close to Messrs. L Ind D. 3'Leish's private bridge, crossing t4 Yea River from Gleno more; and at the private residence cf Mr. Mlegget, of Dropore. At Strath Creek, the poll will be hild at the Mlechanies' Institute. DCRn;s the Easer holidays the fsllowing arrangements for le transaction of postal business will l 'observed :-On Friday, 1]th, postal, mono roler and savings bank business will...

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The Yea Chronicle.ph. WITH WHICH INCORPORATED The Mea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1892. THE GERERA[?] ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 14 April 1892

1?T11 WHICH IiCORPOItTED PUBLISHED EVAY THURSDAY. TI UltSDAY, .I'RIL 141, 1593. THE GERERAJ ELECTIONS. 0. Wednesday nexlthe electors of Vic toria will have the 1ivilege of choosing men to represent thet ja the fifteenth Par. liament. The peopli f this colony have, from the days of theEurcka Stockade on ward, possessed so s\ny privileges-their liberties have been Loed on such broad foundations-that were ,all, more or less, apt to forget the strul es which men, from HA.wrDEx and Pru down to GLoDSTOtNEand Bmonlr, havelaboredwith might and main to secure for the grnat bulk of the people. In the memory of conparatively young men, the electors in the Old Country were ex pected to vote at the beck and call of the landlord or his agent, or they were dictated to on the way to the lolling-booths by hire ling mobs, who wreaked vengeance on them CODLIN and not 1r1 Q L. Thuc llrllot has done away with all that, and electors can now discharge the highest duties of their citizen ship without let o...

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