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SKINS AND BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 April 1892

SKINS AND BARK. M3lssas. DaTLETY and Coura.ir, Limited, report on the 6th April : FeaRED Ss?s.-Kangaroo, large and suaperior, to 3s 3d per lb.; medium, 2s 3d to 2sd: brush, 9d to Is; small, 3d to 9d; wallaby, large, to Is 4d; do. small, to 1ld ; rabbit, firsts, to6d; medium, 3dtod; in feriorand kittens, to 2d; opossum, firsts, to6s6fl perdoz.; seconds, to Is 6d; monn. tan. 8s to 16a; bear, sto4sper dozen. We would advise our constituents to paint or powder all sorts of skins now. us the weevils are very prevalent and very destructive. HDe s.-Butchers' green ox, extra prime and heavy, 4d to 5d per lb.; medium 2d to 3d; light ox, up to 2d; cow hides, up to Ijd; green kip, 21d ; calfskins, 41d; ordinary country salted, G2d to 21d; do. heavy and in clean condition, 2Od to 3d; inferior and damaged lots, lId per lb. op wards. Tnz New ZULtits LOAN AND MERCAN. T ?rE AGEOCY COMPANT, LIuITED, report on the 13th April : FURRED SKIss.-Kangaroo: Good, 2s 6d to 3s 3d per lb.; brush, Is 2d to Is 4...

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Essays on the Ostrich and Parrot. THE OSTRICH IS FOUND IN MANCHESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 April 1892

Essays on the Ostrich and Parrot. TIIE OSTRICII IS FOUND IN MANCHEESTER TuIE Saturday Reriew devotes a leader to a few reflections prompted by the following " exercises in English composition of two deserving school children":-" The ostrich is a large and beautiful bird. People ride on them when they are going a long -ay anl once I saw a picture of a boy on a ostriches back the, havre very large wings. Tho I'rince of Wales has got a ostriches feather in his hat The ostrich is a large bird and the humming bird is as wull but the ostrich is the largest of them. The ostrich is found in lManchester and they live on sand and make their nests on it and lay their eggs on it" ESSAY ON TIlE PARROT. "Aparrot isa bird that reads a thing through and never thin s about it, and it is a very nice bird, and some of us do as well as parrots. I think we ought to learn, because that is what we are sent to school for. And when we read a thing we should not half-read it over, like a parrot. When a parro...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 April 1892

00co C0L&LZ.. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Br ELE.zraI TaLERnaen.] (FROM OU OWN CORRESPONOE'T.) 3IELnBOUNE, LAST iaGHT. Messrs. W. M'ILowecK and Co. report: Being a broken week the market is un settled; and the usnal supplies were not forward. CHESEr.-Prime lots in fair demand, from 6d to 8d ; medium and good, 4fd to 5id; inferior lower. BcrERm--Potted : Prime newr weekly, Is to Is 41d : prime spring, S.d to Is ; medium and inferior, 5Ad to 7ld. Fresh: Best weekly dairies, Is 5Id to Is 6d; good ordinary lamp, Illd to ls 21d; inferior lower. Eos.-Fasier, Is 51d to Is 6d per dozen. PoUrLar.-Market very slack, except for prime birds.

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The Government Gazette. APPLICATIONS FOR LEASES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 April 1892

The Gaoveazant Qutte. APPLICATIONS OB LEASES APPROVED. George M'Kenzie, 29a., Yea. LICNCES AND LEASES REVOKED OR DE CLARED VOID. John Ryan, 65a., Northwood. LICuKCECS nIDER BECTION 67 RXPIBD. Peter Dunn, 467a., Molesworth. ORAZING AREAS AVALABLL Allotment 66A, Nigaroon, 42a., forfeited 32dl Section leuehold of Thomu Bowler.

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Desperate Horse Fight. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 April 1892

Deosperate Zare Eght. A FIGnrr between two stallions at Man?ia New Zealand, is reported in the : fawea Star. It seems that Mr. R. E. M'Rae's Volunteer and the Clydesdale horse Prince Victor were both on the farm, but were kept with at least one paddock between them. On Thursday, Feb. 11, however, Volunteer broke through into the paddock adjoining Prince Victor, and the two stallions com menced fighting over the gate. Prince Victor seized Volunteer by the lower jaw, and pulled him almost over the gate, breaking the top bar of the gate. The Clydesdale stallion having thus got the advantage, continued to pull the thoroughbred over the broken gate. Whenever Prince Victor lost his hold he sat down owing to the force with which he was tugging. Finally, he succeeded in dragging Volunteer completely over the gate, and he then tore the thorugh bred's aide open, exposing his entrails, besides otherwiseknocking him about. Volunteer's jaw was completely smashed, the bones rattling when the head...

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A Flowerdale Ghost Story. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 April 1892

A Flow~rdal hont Story. There are who say that ghosts do walk at night, The restless spirita of the unhiippy'dead, Foul, haggard forms, y'cladde in purest white. (For further information, tide Stead). And ghosts there are-ghosts seen through spirits had, Or fusel oil, or call it what you may; Of these I write. These saw our hero, Padd Y' Flynn, who laid them out at Breakio' Day. Our hero lived at Break-o'-Day, A calm secluded spot; His name was Patrick Flynn, we'll say, Because, in fact, 'twas not. "Far from the crowd's ignoble strife," His way was calm but slow; He led a strict blue-ribbon life Whenever funds were low. But sorry is that lot, I ween, All work, and naught of play; Pat thought so too. For change of scene, He hied him into Yea. He met with many friends that day, A merry time they spent, And gaily passed the hours away In vinous merriment. And loud their laugh of care beguiled, But fun must have an end; Pat fondly thought of wife and child When he'd no more to spend. Hi...

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The Grasmere Butter Factory. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 April 1892

The Onamoere httt 0 Fsctor. Os course butter factories have been visited and described so often that they are no novelty for your readers. Through the kindness of Mr. Stansmore, one of the shareholders, we were driven out to inspect the. factory. The day was one of those expectionally bright summer days when there is a cool breeze from the sea, a bright sky overhead, and no dust. As we spanked along the Woilford rad, our able driver pointed out to us anything of interest connected with dairying. As we went past the. W'oodfod road, turniug on towards Nortlake, the whole country was seen to be very burnt up, the late crops of potatoes ahowing up in strong contrast to the bleached pasturage. We come in sight of the factory as we turn into the ('r.smere road. A woeden beildinl - of the ordinary type, aituated on a r"s- overleoking 'thpe mist beantiful u:diulatiog country, chiefly farms. When we enter there are three separators at work. They have five when the supply is at its full--of c...

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COUNTRY DISTRICTS. ANGLESEY.—(1.) [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 April 1892

CGOUNT?. DISTICTS,. ANGLrseY.-(l.) 31. K. M'Kenzie, grazer ..1. 238 T. Hunt, journ.list ... ... 1230 AnaurT.-(i.) W. M'Lenan. land-owner BALLASAT WEST.--(2.) J. W. Kirton, auctioneer ... 2547 R. T. Vale, bookseller ... ... 1731 W. C. Smith, gentleman... ... 1634 C. Forster, gentleman ... ... 1230 T. Porter, mine manager ...' 917 A. Heaney. merchant ... .. 437 BALLAAT EasT.-(I.) 3. N. Dunn, mining agent .. 1712 A. Lugg, auctioneer ... .. 968 B.Anwoe.-(l.) J. F. Levien, agriculturist ... 821 J. Sheeban. licensed ituller ... 693 BEAALL? A .ADi YARAwea~ G.-(1.) C. E. Kerville, farmer ... ... 643 J. Campybell. gentleman ... ... 612 . F. lKennelly, merehant ... t P. Cnuninghame, farmer ... t BumncYIx .-(L) A. W. Craven ... .... ... 510 P. Wright ... ... ... 285 Boao.o.-(l.) F. A. Isaacs, barrister ... ... 609 T. Martin, farmer " ... ... 472 A. A. Billson, brewer ... ... 357 Boruno.--I.) J. H. Dyer, farmer ... ... 471 W. Duncan, miller 368 BouRn Wus.-(1.) S. T. Staughton, grazier... CAsnnv...

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OTHER RETURNS. (Special Telegrams to the Yea Chronicle.) MELBOURNE AND SUBURBS. ALBERT PARK.—(1.) [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 April 1892

OTHER RETURNS. (Special Telegrams to the Yea Chronicle.) MELZOU3NE AND SYBfLfL3 ALBnERT PARKL4-.) J. S. White, contractor .. ... 816 J. Nimmo, surveyer ... ... 598 H. 8. Meadows, tailor ... ... 314 E. Joske, barrister-at-law .. " 242 BouraE Easr.--({l.) R. Harper, merchant ... .", 11:" 75 W. H. Edgar, estate agent ... 835 Bmuro..-(l.) . . T. Bent, valuer... ... ..* 1592 T. Wilson, gentleman ... 943 G. Coates, farmer ... ... - CARLToN.-{1.) ~ F. H. Bromley, japanner 1059 J. Pigdon, gentleman ... ... " 2 J. Gardiner, auctioneer ... " . " 751 CArLTOx SoXrmn--(1.) W. levers, estate agent ... .. 1104 J. Hardie, dentist ... ... 1000 W. H. Leonard, solicitor 483 J. G. Barrett, tinsmith ... . 372 CoLLsaowoo.D(2.) E. Wilkins, butcher ... .. 2689 W. D. Beazley, auctioneer 1903 J. Hancock, printer .. ... 1865 J. M'Kean, barrister .. ... 1468 Josh. Symes, journalist .. ;..421 T. Upton, contractor . - 72 East BouRxE Bosocns.S-(2.) Sir G. Berry, gentleman... ... 3742 D. Methven ... ' ... "... 336...

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THE GENERAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 April 1892

THE GENERAL ELECTION. THs voting throughout the entire electorate has been very heavy, as will be seen by the returns from the various polling booths. In Yea there was no excitement of any conse quence till the returns began to come in, and then right hearty cheers were given by the friends of the candidate who happened to have the most votes recorded in his favor, this state of things lasting for several hours after the closing of the poll at the Court house. At about half.past 5 o'clock Mr. E. S. Purcell, who acted as Deputy Returning. officer, read out the Yea returns, and the fact of Mr. M'Kenzie being 10 votes ahead of his opponent was hailed with cheers; while Mr. Hunt's supporters consoled themselves with the relection that it might have been worse, some going so far as to state that they ex pected Mr. M'Kenzie would have polled at least 40 or 50 votes ahead of the old member. At Seymour, the excitement appears to have run rather high. The night before the elec tion the windo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 April 1892

GAVAN IDUFFY and KING, SOLICITOR' &e. G CIL1NCERY-LAN . , MtELIJURNE, AND AT , SEYMOR .Al D :T 1 O .1 M J. O`NEILLGEOGHEGAN .SOLICITOR, c?,L.'... M A NS~i':IEL D TrUTHILL, CEO(:IF:AN,;.tu~ LP'ERR,. SGEOGRECAN nateIl Yesa Courts 0 satld noy he Conoulted at COXLAN'S CALEDONIAN lUTEL,. L EocaL AoeaT " Di DR OUR.r THOMAS GRAHAM, B.L., sOLICrrOR, ALEX AN DRAR A?TENDS ALL COURTI' AT YiA, MAY BE CONSUILTED, . AT" Anderson's Cnumeen?ial lintel,' Tuesday in Each Week o- urs: 9 a.m. to 1 noon. AoEoT AT TEa-M1o. A. H. Syoncouso MR. JOHN JACKSON, S.S.C., Esc:.) SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER, AND PROCTOR, ATTENDS atthe Caledonian Hotel, YAt, Evtr.r Tu"s.ts. AllCourts in the North-Eastern District Attended when Retained. PEsR.MANSET AD DIcs: GRANAT-sTrET, AC?T? AT YEA: MR. J. H. ROSE. GENTLEMEN'S VISITING CARDS (equal to copper-oate) clw now he Executed at the YtE CIIrO?u.c. Office. 100 for s. W TEDDING CARDS Printed in Silver Y or Gold at CuenoIcLE Otice in tl.e Lastest and 3oot Faehionalle Sty...

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THE BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 April 1892

To-oAY, at 2.30 p.m., the Right Rev. Dr. Carr, the Roman Catholic Archbishop of the Melbourne Diocese, will open the Bazaar at the Yea Shire Hall. Yesterday a regular hive of busy queen bees were at work decorating the hall and arranging the various articles collected in the stalls, which were fairly bewildering. Anything andl everything will be found there by those who require useful or ornamental articles of any kind. At one end of the hall there is a pretty little fish-pond, and at another place a gipsy-tent where fortuntes will be told, and young men and maidens made supremely happy with tales of bliss or unutter ably sad with stories of their dismal future. Race games-in fact, games of all kinds-will be carried on at all hours during the afternoon and evening. The hazaar will be open to-day, to-morrow, and Satur day, commencing at 2.30 p.m. each day, and on the afternootn of the latter date there will be a "bruce auction." The proceeds of the Bazaar are to be devoted to wiping ...

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The Yea Chronicle. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1892. THE ANGLESEY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 April 1892

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1892. TE ANGLESET ELECTION. Mi. M. K. M'KE?zIE, after a sturdy battle in which he won the esteem of friends and the respect of foes, has worsted the veteran member who for a period of 18 years has represented this constituency in Parliament. That has been, very naturally, a proud Ibost with Mr. Huwr throughout the contest, and now that he retires into private life it must afford him some consolation that he has enjoyed the confidence of the electors in such a large and scattered constituency as Anglesey for so long a period, and that he has now been only beaten by a very narrow majority. Mr. 3'KENzszE has great gifts. He is an orator to the manner born, and is almost cer tain to make his mark in Parliament. Whether lie will have so many friends in the years to come as went to the polling-booths yesterday for Mr. Hurr is quite another matter. Constitu encies and constituents require far too much from their members in these days, and we ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 April 1892

Business eud- Professional Directory. CAFE AND RESTAUIRANTS. COFFEEi PALACE. Smith-street, Fitzroy, unrsrp:asel for Cleanline.s and Comnfort Trams from station pass door. Special attention Country Visitors. Every in formation supplied. Baths, Billiards, Smoking and Heading Rooms. Ternims exceegdilly loderate. Wu. SIHL.EiT, Manager. 0 CHAFF AND GRAIN 3IEIRCIIANTS, AND COaIsiSSION AGENTS. E. C. ROBERTSON & CO.. 56 Spencer street.Account sales and cheques rendered mendered. MERRY & CO., 533 Flinders Lane west. Advances madeon all kinds of farm produce. DAIRY AND F.AM PRODUCE M3ERCIIANTS, AND DAIRY COMMISSION AGENTS. HOLDERSON .& NEILSOS, 4S3 Flinders Lane. Trialsolicited. testpriceobtained for all dairy produce. WOOD & CO. . 11 Kiog-street. Established 1870. All kinds of lairy produce sold on comnmussion. SAW MAKERS AND IMI'OITERS. BLAKELEY, W. H., 115 Lonsdale-street. Sole Agent for H. Disston Son's cele brated Saws. Send your old cireularsaws to be red...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 April 1892

Bnsud N?otices. T. C. WADDELL, EMPIRE STORE,. HIn-STREET, YEA, All descriltions of GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY, &c., &c., DRAPERY and MILLINERY In great variety. GENTS' CLOTHING. Measures taken and perfect fits guaranteed. LADIES', GENTS,' and CHILDREN'S BOOTS and SHOES. MAGIC SOAP. MAGIC SOAP. No Rubbing Required. A Mag.ificent - Sto- of WALL PAPER. FANCY GOODS. Agent for Northern Fire and Life Assurance Company; :Capital, £3,000,000. Music! Music! Music! Agent forW. H. Glen and Co., M?siuSellersn. Agent for Estey Organs, 12 to 120 guineas. Also Several Makers of Pianos. TIME PAYMENT. T. C. Waddell, EMPIRE STORE, YEA. De Laval CREAM SEPARATOR. THE ONLY PERFECT SKIMMER. Ovor 34,000 in Use. 241 Firt Pries. 1,035 MACHINES USED IN VICTORIA, GIVING SOLID SATISFACTION. SUPERIORITY Bsen o0N THE FOLLOwsiO FAcrs: (I.) Patent. (2.) Certain and Safe Skim. mner. (3.) More and Better Butter. (4.) Higher Prices for Butter. (5.) Less Wear and Tear. .(60.) Eaaier to Clean. (7;) Cheapest...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 April 1892

NEWS AND NOTES. We beg to tender our best thanks to Mr. C. J. Wild, Postmaster, for the efficient manner in which he jfurnished us with the copy of the telegrams of the electoral re turns, the last of which did not reach our office till about 3 o'clock this morning. Everything was so clear and legible that we were able to proceed with it expeditiously, and so our readers have most of the re turns placed before them in a complete form to-day. A corTAGE on the Whittlesea-road, owned by Miss M'Clelland, now residing at Whittlesea, and occupied by Mr. and Mrs. James Mullins, was totally burnt to the ground on Good Friday at mid-day, and the occupants lost nearly everything in the house. Some boys who had been out rab biting near the cottage set fire to the hedge close by, and Mrs. Mullins went outside to try and put it out Whilst she was doing that it is supposed that a log of burning wood must have fallen on to the floor, and set the house in flames. The alarm was quickly given, and Mr...

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YEA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL 8. (Before Messrs, E. S. Purcell, chairman; T. S Scale, J. Bett, J. Quinlan, and J. M'Cormick, J.P.'s.) ALLEGED THEFT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892

TEA POLI3CE COVET. FRIDAY, APRIL 8. (Before Messrs. E. S. Purcell, chair man; T. S Scale, J. Bett, J. Quin_ lau, and J. M'Cormick, J.P.'s.) ALLEGED TIIEFI. George M'Asey was charged with stealing £3 from the person of Thomas Griffin, at the Royal Mail Hotel, Yea, on the 4th inst. dIr. Jackson prose cuted, and Mr. King defended. Thomas Griffin, laborer, Yea, stated that on the 4th inst. he was a good part of the lday at the Royal Mail Hotel. Between 9 and 10 o'clock at night, but he could not swear the exact time, the accused was in his company. He had 3s. or 4s. in silver and four £1 notes. They were "shaking," and there was some differ ence of opinion. Accused said, "You owe mne 5s." A dispute arose, and accused took him by the back of the neck and pulled him into the passage. While passing through the passage accused put his hand into witness's right-handl trousers pocket, and took some money out of it, but lie could not say how much at that time,. Witness shouted "Police," "Murde...

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FINANCIAL JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892

FI'*ANCIA& JOTTINGS.. TnE outlook financially, it may be safely said, isencouraging. Confidence was restored by the united action of the associated banks in reducing the rate of discount from 5 to 4j per cent, per annuam; the advance in the price of wool and the promise that it will be fully maintained have tended largely to improve our position, whilst the reduction in rates of interest on fixed deposits by the banks is likely further to increase the hopeful anticipations of financial matters once more returning to their nornmal groove. Already we have reliable indications of the coming change for the better in the sale of the Mletropolitan Board of Works bonds at 30s. premium, whilst the upward rally in the prices of all bank shares may be accepted as.furthur proof of the satisfactory view which local investors now have of their value. The bottom, it is reconitsed, has been touched, and the upwara5 movement may now be expected to be steady and con tinuous.-Leader. The Vict...

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YEA PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892

YE. PPTELIC LIBRARY. Open daily, from 10 a m. to 10 p.m. Caiomittee meets fir-ATudaay in the mouth.

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YEA BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892

]EFa TOARD) of .DVICF. Meets the Inst $ntmudayin cach mouth at 4 pIJL

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