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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 26, 1891. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 February 1891

Slit iJcu ýLtrliclE WITH WHICH IS I?OPROMRATED PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1891. NEWS AND NOTES. Evere citizen who has a regard for the health of his family and the welfare of the community should attend the public mteeting at the Shire Hall on Saturday evening. A pure water supply is a matter of the most vital importance. Housetwi?Vs should read the recipsl for summer drinks and preserves which appear in our fourth page. Me. J. N. WATros has given a special prize of £6 ta the Alexandra A. and P. Society for the best Lincoln rain at the next llsow. TwsT." Wobeley sheep-shearing machines are to be put up at the Killingworth wool shed by Mr. J N. Walton, and all the sheep will probably be shorn by machinery next season. Mostca.LY and financially, the concert given last night, to provide additional seat. ing accommodation at the Yea Presbyterian Church, proved quite a success. A report is unavoidably held over, our staff being al ways too busily engaged ona Wednesd...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 February 1891

D ophtitur a "Artival of, Ma.ils. 2?JAIO tcloo Band .arrive at the Yea Posa Offco at the undermentioned liours- CLOSE AT??.T FOR- A.., P1.A, Melbourne... ..- ..8 6 Tllarook ... ...... S 6 Doogalook? . - 6 Molesworth.... .. ,... 11 - Gobur . ... ... ... 11 arck ... 11 Alexandra:.. ... . 11 8 Murrindindi ... ... 12 10 Flowerdale 12 10 M3Leish's . 12 10 Undaernwooads :1 10 Deilin's . ... 12.10 Holden's ... ... .. 1210 Murphy's ... ... . 12 10 ? fECEIV'IOX AT YEAF FOa A.M. F.M. Tallarooik..;- 11 1'30 ) 30 Melbourne ... . . 11 10 9 30, " Doogalook 11 30 - Molesworth "' - ' Gobur .. ... Yarck " ... •.. .., Alexandrl... ... S 310 Murrindidi ... ... . 1. 30 . Flowerdailda . ... 1 30 M3Leish's .. " 1 30 Underwood's 1 30 Devin's . .... 1 30 Hfolden's 1 30 Murphy's. ' 130

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 February 1891

* oticcs. TUHE Directrs of the YF Ct GHRosCLC NEWsl'PMER COMtPALNY Heg to intimate that they harveLEASED the 1lant Csyh?old, and rreais? to ;r. 1t GALyIN .for term of aT LEsr TuEE NOTICE TO. ADVERTISERS. A DVERTISERS in the C?srosnME are ".- requested to state the Number of In srtions. Otherwise their advertisemcnts .. ill ei nserte tilt counberma Cheap Advertising. WTANTED, LOST and FOUND, or TO LET Advertisements, are in serted in the YEA CanuIoICLE at the follow ing rates, if prepaid: Not exceeding 10 words... ...1 0. If booked, the usual prices-vizs , l21 per insertion-will be charged. For all other Adrerticements, the lowatsc cnarge is half a-.cur per io.ersti . Wattd. W ANTED Smart and Energetic Agents who are desirons of making an easy, end comfortable income averaging one pound per day. Apply at once, as' time is ony. .. .. . " Historical Puqlishing Coniiniy, . 1.. Box 610, ' 4?GV per day to be miae by '. t 0; persona of either e?e in, theiro nlo?a?itms at work for as. ,New ...

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Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 February 1891

Railway Timo, Tablo. AsEXA.?nLD ROAD To ELrounO?. ' . 1st. 2nnd. Miid Mixd Alexandra sn. op D. o .,Road ` ' ', t.[ 7 i 5 25. Cathkin ... 0 8 0 5 - 720 540 .oleswortl, I 0 '9 0 7 30 5'50 Balham .: 101 i' ' 7. 51 45 " 5 Cheviot 1; 4 1' '- 1"56 6 16 rr. S810630 ea ... 3-0 2 0 H dep.,o 825 645 Homeoo... 3 02 7--- 8 45 7 0 Kcrisdale..4 1 013 3 ; 9 3 716. Trdwool" 5 10 3:11- 9 20 7 0' Sarr. 9 50 745 Tallarok .. 7 04 0 IJ E xp. dep.10 20 8 3 Melbantne. 16 11 0 ar. 11 0 9 43 A Mlt.nouRoS. To:ALEXA iDxr ROA..i Melboene ... It2nd dep. , 407 45 . s. D. (s . 9.i 7 1. Tallarook .. 9 3 6 3 . 10 308 25 Traweel .10 (i7 0 10 840 KerrisaJle ?...l l'3 7. 6 -'11 15 8 54 Homewood:. 12" l 3 S 3 i 3.3 9 10 ao. I(t11'5 0'52 Yea:" " '...113 3;9 0 . -,do. P.t. 9? 3 Chbriot .13 90 11d - 12 9 4 ".i .. .t'; l I 1 - nBlham .'.14 319 6 -- 12301010 ,olesworth 1 .O,10 , - 12:4 i10i,15 Cntbhkin ....i15 10 3--. 1 110 ... Alexandra ; ? ! ; . mIrTn ... 7; Road ..11. 31i1 0 arr. I o10,9 , `Chai trains at Tailafock.

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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Rates of Postage. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 February 1891

H.. stcs Posta . .. ._. ..To all places beyond -the Australian Colonies (British' New Guinea, Fiji, and New Hebrides excepted), 2~d. per half ounce. .,..,.. . Post-caidls to' the'United Kingdom, 2d. each. .... ..On letters to Neiw South Wales, Sourth Anstralia, Queensland, -Tasmania, New Zealand, 'Fiji, British New Guinse, and New Hebrides, Sd. per lalf-ounce; 2d. per ounce being formerly charged. Registration of letters, packets, parcels, &e, addressed to all places, 3d. in. addi tio -to the ordinary rateof postage.

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 February 1891

NOTICE.-Shire Secretary' attends Shird Hall odi hMaNasys, TusaY?s, and SATURDAYS, from 9 an. to 4 p.ii B.; E STEUARi , . bhire Secretary: i. .L J. KELLY JS SIH0YINQ(THE IIALANGIl or llts - Af. .Geatly Reduced Prices, IN ADDITION TO THE Geieital AllARound Reductions, 1THE l'OLLO8 0ING GOODS WILL 1E SUtBMIITED , A-id ?icia CGtelom?or Ca, Depend o?r Getting Rletys Line Advertised:. 16 Dnz. LADIES' THREAD GLOVES, Is.; REDUCED to 4.d. 8 Doia LADIES' TRENCH STAYS, beautifully finishedl (small sizes Only), So, 6d.; REDUCED to 3s. lid,. 14 Door LAB?ES' PINE CASHMERE HOSE, -Evening Shades. These Goods will be Sold at 6ad. per'pair1 Ordinary Price, Is. 3d, 13 1)o. SUPERmPNE WHITE COT. TON SOCKS, lid. per pair. 11 Doz. WHITE HONEYCOMII TOWELS, at lid. each. COTTON SHIRTINGS, from lid. per " yard. WHI?'EIMITATIO? W 1II USHLAN. NEL--Obserrel--ld. per yard. BOYS' DRAB and BLUE SERGE SUITS, beanti?ully finished, as. Ild.; RE. DUCED. to 3s 11id. Millinery!. MllieryI Millineryl HALF PRICE ! HALF PRI...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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Three Days on the Wallaby—Yea to Kosciusko. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 February 1891

Threo Pays on ti Wallby -Yca to Zosclko. ; .I Br WAV DERER. "And the whole` earth trembled when Kosciusko fell" ' IT will astound some of your" readers .when they peruse the quotation with which this article is headed. As 1 cannot usurp or abrogate unto myself the *position of being' their mentor, I will content myself hy asking them to look up and carefdlly study the poem of which it ia' an' etract.-- The, true hero is, I takeit, the huitmainieing whb, without place or pay, sacrifices himself for the honor and advancement of his country and the well.doing of'his fel low-men. But the question is-Does it pay 1 And I fear that there are not 'satny who have found it do so. In travelling through new country-i.e., toma,'-ty previously expressed opinion is: str,"ngthened to a certainty. The theory ,tf the survival of the fittest is as certainly correct as Euclid's defini tion and eo!ution of the pons asinoruns; and the fittest is the 'matn or womann who can make the most hard coin out of ...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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YEA POLICE COURT TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M., and Mr. T. S. Scale, J.P.) CIVIL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 February 1891

TEA POLICZ CQoV'U " TUESDAY, FEnnUArn 24. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.tM. and Mr. T. S. Scale, J.P.) CIVIL CASES. William Stellner v:Thomas Scott. Claim, £10 Gs. 3d., balance of wages due for work at the antimony mines iat Doogalook. Mr. Smart for plaintiff; Mr. Graham fordefendant. Plaintiff stated that defendant pur chased three ruiner's rights claim from witness, Stevens, and Peterson. Worked for defendant from the 27th November to the 30th of January. Defendant, when he engaged witness, told him it was better to accept small wages than nothing. Received one cheque for £G 18s. 9d. After working for 331 days, defendant told him lihe would not pay him, but witness claimed the balance, as defendant did not tell himt to leave, and he went regularly to the ch-im. After the 331 days, witness stopped on. the ground waiting for'his mone7. To. Mr. Graham : Received the £6 18s. 9d. two or th:ee days before Christmas. That paid iupito the end of the pay-sheet time, but there were then two or th...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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ALEXANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 February 1891

aLEx a .&, (FRO?t OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) It a recent glance I inade through that high entertairling and well-appreciated paper of little price'and large circula tiio, the Etenirgllerald, I noticed a sub-lldeder devoted to " Rural Homes," and as the matter therein has great applicatioth to our .'own and the surroundi.g districts, .I' cannot do better, thao.iluote fiom' the' article in question :l-'" r, ;West ,the Govern nment Expert, who has been teaching the farmers of 'Victoria the lessons he learned in Westerir4merica concerning fruit growing, ard the effeL ts' of irrigation, is about. to . deliver a series of lectures upon an eqiually important subject, that of t!e adornment of rural homes. It appears that while travel ling in America?.l e was struck with the manner in wl.ich the runrl home iteads of the count?" cgnt-rasted with those of Victoria. Not only were'the houses more attractive in an archli tectural point of :view, but..they were beautified .with.trees and. shr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 February 1891

S.lrE u1oNY ll y sc iing to Linco!n, Stuart and Co., Li~itIe.l, :iiS ~linders. btrc~t, de!ourmx s tl Ie .ogC t.dloriog establisohoeono in the city. Tlhy will post to you fIre on apolicaion sonplle of tweeds tiud instr:ctitjnsi for Oelf-nleasruiileitt A soilly Food norvicerole all - wool nut to pteature for 42o.; try thco.-[Aovrr.] ', -odical. ALL DISEASES OF LONG STANDING COMPLETELY CURED HERBAL MAGNETIC TREATMENT: SCanosec SmrERERns SHOULD NOT FAIL !- TO CO\SOLT i Mr. E . Kugelmann SCoxs~.ovsi HExr.ausr Ant, ECLEtiC, Or 17 ANs 174, WuILLLix.sT., 31ELOUIREs. All Consultations Free. No?tes---If preferred, a signed agreement given, which provides that no cost is incurred in the event of acure not being effected. Mr. CKro ,c5is has successfully cured the following' diseases amongst others: Cancer; : Blindness, Cataract bf the Eye, Scrofula, Scury, Lupus, Eczema, Itch, Pruritus, Consumption,. Asthma, Bronchitis, Induration of Lungs, Bleeding from Longs, heart Disease ineveryform. Enlarg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 February 1891

V. R. Government Advertisements. VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. TENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of FIVE GATEKEEPERS' COTTAGES on the Cathkin to Mansfield Line. Particulars at the Engineer-in Chief's Office, Spencer-street; the Receipt and Pay Office, Alexandra and Mansfield; and at Seymour, Benalla, and Yea Stations. Preliminary deposit, £20. Tenders, accompanied by the necessary preliminary deposit, and endorsed "Tender for Mansfield Line Cottages," must be deposited in the tender-box, Secretary's Office, Spencer-street, Melbourne, at or before Twelve o'clock Noon of MONDAY, 9th MARCH. No Tender will necessarily be accepted. By order of the Commissioners, P. P. LABERTOUCHE, Secretary for Railways. LOCAL LAND BOARD. NOTICE is Hereby Given,-That a local Land Board will be holden in the COURT-HOUSE, YEA, on THURSDAY, the 5th day of MARCH, 1891, at 12 o'clock Noon,   for the Hearing of the following Applications under the 32nd Section of the Land Act, 1890, and for other purpose...

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YEA ANNUAL RACES. THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 February 1891

TEA ANNUAL RACE.. THE NOMINATIONS. TiE following nominations have been re ceived for the Yea Annual Races, and the weights will appear in the A jus on Satur day next: YEA HANDICAP. Mr Chas. Taylor's Veronica, by Libertine or Slanderer, aged. Sir T. Condon's Hyacine, by Hyacinth Persicaria, aged. Sir W. H. Knowle's Maud Alice, by Her. s~:el-Edith, 5 yrs. Mr John SI'Lmchlan's Petrea, by Aol Bre tor-Alice, 4 yrs. SMr. Win. Fox's Garryowen, by Aconite Barmaid, aged. air .1. Dunn's 31nrrindindi, by Hibernian, 5 yre. SMr I3. J. Kelly's Flash of Lightning, by Englaud-Zuleika, aged. HANDICAP HGURDLE RACE. Mr Daniel Kearney's King. Mr Dan. Robertson's Archie. Mir Dan. Robertson's Kudos. Mr Wim. Fox's Sly Dream, by The Spawn. Sir Wm. Morton's Twilight, by Light o' Day, aged. Mir J. Lyons' Snrle." " Mr J. Lyons' Kusko. FLYING HANDICAP. Mr John M'Lachlan's 'Petrea, by Aol Bre tor-Alice, 4 yls. Mr Wm. Fox's Garryowen, by Aconite Barmaid, aged. Mr S. Dessour's Ruby, by Kudos, 4 yis. Mr M. M'Asey'...

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SUMMER DRINKS AND PRESERVES. BOSTON CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 February 1891

BOSTON CREAM. Two - quarts of - water, '-one--ounce -and "a' half of tartaric. acid; onq pound , of white sugr, half. an ounce of essence of lemon,- and the white of two.eggs.-: Mix the sugar and acid in a' pint of boiling water, then add the remainder, -andt -lemon- and white of egg well heaten. On drinking add a little carbonate of soda. FOR A SU.J13IER DRAUGHT. The juice of one lemon, a tunmblerful of cold water, pounded sugar to taste, hal.f a small teaspoonful of carbonate of sela. Squeeze the juice from the lemon ; strain, and add it to the water, with sullicient pounded sugar to sweeten the whole nicely. When well mixed, put in the soda, stir well, and drink while the mixture is ia an effervescing state. LEMONADE. The rind of two lemons, the juice of three large or four small ones, half a pound of loaf sugar, one quart of boiling water. Rul. some of the sugar, in lumps, on two of the lemons until they have imbibed all the oil from them, ahd put it with the re mainder of the s...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. KOBYBOYN V. YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 February 1891

Bo ??Z ET. KOBYBOYN Y. YEA. Tna first match of the season be tween the above clubs was played on Saturday last at Yea. Hazeldine captained the visitors, and Morris the locals. The former won the toss and commenced batting, Hazeldine and J. S. Crawford being their first representa   tives,.Downiei and Maynard taking up the bowling. Not one of the visitors   got into double figures, as the trundling of Downie, who was "dead on,'" secured 6 wickets at a cost if 19 runs; Quinlan also bowled well, gettihg 2 wickets for four runs. Kobyboyn' last wicket fell for a total of 49 runs, E. Ferris 8, and C. Ferris 7, being top scorers. Yea   then took the wickets, and were success ful in putting together the respectable total of 90 before the last wicket fell, of which Morris contributed 32 in   billiant style, his hard. hitting being done with much freeness. The other batsmen who reached double figures were Quinlan and Devlin, who com piled 12...

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Three Days on the Wallaby—Yea to Koscinsko. II. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

Three Days on the Wallaby-Tca to Br WAN.DERE. • II. WODONGA stores can't hold a candle to the Commercial or the Caledonian, and appear to me to contain more than the average quantity of store rubbish. The hotels, of which there are about six scattered down the street, as indeed all the places of business are, are averagely well appointed, both of those at which I stayed being cleanly and comfortable. The places of worship are not of very imposing appearances outwardly, although probably com fortable enough inside. One of them I notice in the main street hoists a sort of allegorical signboard, in the shape of three or four ugly wooden crosses, which were surely better be hind the fire than in their present exalted position. I notice an unusual combination of businesses in two tradesmen who announce themselves as bakers and grocers. As they live almost next door to each other, unless they have come to an understanding, they should have an excellent oppor tnnity of ctningo.ae another's...

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YEA ANNUAL RACES. THE following weights have been declared : YEA HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

YE A 1BUAL PLACES. TIE following weights have been declared: YEA H.L'ADICAP. st. lb. . Mr. Wnm. Fox's Garryowen, ,by Aconite-Barmaid, aged ... 8 9 Mr T. Condon's Hyacine, by Hya cinth-Persicaria, aged .:. 8 4 Mr M. J. Kelly's Flash of Light. ning,by England-Zuleika,aged 8 4 Mr W. H. Knowle's Maud Alice, by Herschel-Edith, 5 yrs. ... 8 2 Mr Chas. Taylor's Veronica, by Libertine or Slanderer, aged ... 7 12 Mr John JM'Lachlan's.PYtrea, by.. . Aol Bretor-Alice, 4 yrs. ... 7 5 Mr M. Dunn's Murriudindi, by Hibernian, 5 yr. . ... ... 6 12 HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. Mr Wm. Morton's Twilight, by Light o' Day, aged ... ... 11 7 Mr Dan. Robertson's Archie ... 10 6 Mr Was. Fox's My Dream, by Th Spawn ... ... ... ... 10 2 Mr Dan. Robertson's Kudos ... 9 12 Mr J. Lyons' Kusko .. .. 9 7 MIr Daniel Kearney's King .... 9 7 Mr J. Lyons' Searle (late Orphan) 9 0 FLYLso STAKES. MIr Wm. Morton's Twilight, by Light o' Day, aged . 9 12 Mr Win. Fox's Garryowen, by Aconite-Bisarmaid, aged ... 8 10 MIr T. Condon'...

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ALEXANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) PnROs appearances, the Agricultural Show to take place on the 13th inst. will fully compensate for the somewhat indifferent Show of last year. The opening of the railway has taken place since the last occasion, and this will serve to bring a far larger number of visitors, and facilitate the presence of many as judges and experts who would not otherwise Le induced to cooperate, and the comparative convenience of transport will doubtless bring a large addition to the agricultural implement and machinery division. Many persons say that unless a good display of new farming implements is exhilited agri cultural shows are uninteresting, but although certainly of great interest to the farmer, this class is not the principal. Alexandra as a district has always produced a class of cattle, horses, and sheep which, if maintained, will always form the principal attrac tion, and if report speaks truly, there will be a display this year that will excel the prestige o...

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WATER SUPPLY FOR YEA [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

WATER SUPPLY FOR YEA A r?nBLC EL~r~r o Was hield at the-Shire Hall on Saturday night. There was a fair attendance, and most of the business men in the town aera present, also Rev: D. Milne and Rev. C. H. Barnes. On tile motion of Mr. M. J. Kelly, tihe Rev. Mr. Barnes was voted to the chair. The Chairman said he-did not know .much about the proposals that were to be laid before the meeting, but like mostof them he was verymuchl interested in thie questioh of a pure water supply, because cleaulinesswas next.to godliness, and a- clean minan was generally a good man. The commercial aspect of the-question would have to be considered, and if a schenme were initiated now, it ndght tide them over wihat was generally regarded as a coming hard winter, and provide work for a nnmber of men. Yea might become one of the beauty spots of the colony if ; they- could only evolve a -good scheme of water supply. "He hid been mi expectedly placed in the chair, and: had nothing'eo[ a practical nature to ...

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YEA BOARD OF ADVICE [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

7 YEA BOARD OF ADVICE. !ecets the IastSaturday in each month nt 4p.ut; . *

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MONEY ORDER AND SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

hMONEY ORDEIR AXD.SAVINGS RANIK. Open daily from 10-am. to 10 p.m.; * and on Satunlays, 10 n.m. to Noon. SThe Savings Bidk re-opens on Saturday; evenings (for receipts and deposits only) from 6 to So'clock.

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