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(ALEXANDRA STANDARD, APRIL 22.) [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
(ALEXANDILA STANDARD, APRIL 22.) After waiting several hours for the official returns of the polling at the several booths in the electorate we are compelled to go to press aithout s'une, owing to the dilatori ness of one deputy returning otfficer whose papers have not yet come to hand. "The returns published by us, however, are absolutely correvt, having been verified in every instance save the one in question. It was thought that the returns from the Doon booth were incorrect, and in place of being 17 for Mr. Hunt, und :11 for Mr. M'Kenzie as given, that the latter member shouol he 14. This is not the case, the returns in the first instance being corrcct, namoely 17 and 31 respectively. Thereavrethree lotes objected to. which the returning officer will have to give hio decision alm,._ bt-threse ecrnet alter the result, which gives .r. h'Kenzie a majority of 7 votes. It is further st:otsod that there is evidence as to a number of M1r. 3'Kenzie's supporters hav:ug voted in two booth...
INCIDENTS OF THE CAMPAIGN. (SEYMOUR EXPRESS, APRIL 22.) [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
INCIDENTS OF THE CAMPAIGN. '(SEYMouR ExPRFSS, APRIm 22.) Mr. M'Kenzie's win was not a popular one in Seymour on Wednesday evening. From six o'clock until eleven there were about .300 people waiting outside the post-office. Up to 10.50 p.m. Mr. Hunt was leading, and the result of every booth was received with loud applause. When the final returns came in the announcement caused dismay amongst the Liberals. The Conservatives, hoivever, were not slow to recover from an anticipated defeat, and cheer after cheer was heard from outside the committee-room. The cry was taken up by the M'Kenzieites near the post office, and an excited crowd soon went cheering to .Macintire's Hotel, where victory was pledged in bumpers of "Glen Livet" and " Moet and Chandon." The popular party took their beating well, but used some boot leather on a prominent oppositiouist later on. It is rumored that a reward of £50 is to be offered for the aggressor. The delay in amnouncing the result at the Seymour booth o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
G?VAN DUFFY and KING, SOLICITORS, Ac., 69 CIIANCERY.TANE, MELBOUP.NE, AND AT SEYMT OUR AND EUROA. Bls. RuSe, ILIASSTER AND SI)IClTOR, IsnuChage of Seymour Office. XR. J. O'NEILLGEOGHEGAN SOLICITOR, &c., M AN FSFIELD. TUTHILL, GE(OGRHEAN, AN PERRY, SuncrToLs, MELbOrCoL. R. GEOGHEGAN attends Yea Courts, . and may be Consulted at CONLAN'S CALEDONIAN HOTEL, Y EA. Local. Au?er: MR. S DESSOUR. THOMAS GRAHAM, B.L, SOLICITOR, ALEXANDRA, TTENDS ALL COURTS AT YEA, MAY BE CONSUITED AT Anderson's Commerciad Hotel, Tuesday in Each Week. Hours: 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Ac.T AT YA--M.IL A. H. S?NoDuRss. MR. JOHN JACKSON, S.SC., Eso.) - SOLItITOR, CONVEYANCER, AND PROCTOR. A TTENDS at the Caledonian Hotel, YE, Ev.anTuEsDAY. All Courts in the North-Eastern District Attended when Retained. PERM3uNNT ADDRESS: CRANT.STREET, ALrxNDNLs. ACENT AT YEA: MR. J. H. ROSE. /IENTLEMEN'S VISITING CARDS XW(eqIual to copper-plate) can now be Executed at the Y`u CrnosNcLL Office. '100 for 5s. T EDDINC CARDS Printe...
THE ANGLESEY ELECTION. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
T1E ANTGLESET ELEOTION. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. Mn. MusceTOS, the Returning Officer for Anglesey, made his official declaration of the poll before a large crowd in front of the Alexandra Shire Hall on Monday. He an nounced the result of the voting to be: M1'Kenzie, 1170; Hunt, 1163; and declared the former duly elected. Mr. 31'Kenzie, on coming forward, was received with loud cheers, and in returning thanks said the battle hadi been one of the most severe that had taken place in the colony. Unfortunately, some bitterness had been imparted into the contest, but it did not emanate from himself or his supporters; and he deeply regretted that such should have crept into the election. Throughout the campaign he had spoken straight and fearlessly, and his actions in Parliament would Ie conducted on the tame lines. He was retnrned as a representative, nots a mere delegate, the latter being a position he would refuse to accept under any circum stances. His first duty would be to represent ...
Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
ahlway Time Table. .t: ALEXADn A ROAD TO MLBOURNE. m . m Stations. 751 - AlexandraRoaddep. 6 5C 5,10 581 4} Cathkin ... ... 720 525 509 7 Molesworth ... 73 5'35 850 11(lhm ... ... 665 144 Cheviot ... .. 7 6 6 1 503 174Yea arr. 8 10 6 dep. 825 630 564 23} Homewood... ... 8 45 6 45 540 201 Kerrisdale ... .. 9 3 7 1 546 34 Trawool .. 9 207'15 aurc. 9 730 32 97 Melbourne ... a 11 56 9 43 M1ELBOCRNE TO ALEXANDBA ROAD. 7 Stations. - 2 - Melbourne ... ep. 40 522 546 621 Trawool .. ...10 55 840 540 685 Kerrisdale ... ...11 15 8 54 564 744 IHomewood... ...11 33 9 10 arr. 11 5o 9 25 505 709 Yea.... . P.0. dep.12 5 9 35 665 83} Cheviot .... 12 19 9 49 850 5864 alhl m ... ... * 569 .904 Molesworth .. 12 4510 15 581 034 Cathkin ... .:12 ?10 25 751 .974 Alexandra Rood .:.1 10 45 . Stops when required to pick up or set down pa?sengers. , - SChange trains at Tallarook. CATHLKIN TO MANSSE . - SStations. - a ~. 581 934 Cathkin . r. A.M 1255 dep. 735 1 10 689 97 Yarck... ... 7 o0 1 15 881101 Kanumbr ....
THE NEW PARSONAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
TE NEW PARESONAGE. ANorTein fine building has been added to those which already adorn our township. The Church of England Parsonage is finished, and the Rev. Mr. Barnes and Mrs. Barnes have taken possession of their new home, where we all hope they will spend many pleasant days and years. As the visitor enters by the hall-door, lie is at once favorably impressed by the spacious passage, over 6ft. in width, with its trussed and pillared arch in the centre, and it will look even better when it is draped with cortains. The drawing-room and study, which flank the hall-door, are ldft. x 14ft, and have small bean window-s, with handsomely carved mantel-pieces, everything being int keeping, including the doors, neatly painted, swith mortice locks and furniture, venetian blinds with check action, and ventilators. The dining-room, which is ISft. x 14ft, has two ventilators. and is conveniently con nected with the pantry, underneath the latter being a small brick and cement cellar to keep but...
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
1AAIL ':close and arrive at the Yea Post Otfceatthe undermentioned hours: CLOSE AT TEA 5? ?-- A.M. Fr.. elhoernee.. ... . 8 6 Talariouk .. - 8 6 DoogaIoosk. . .. -. 6 sdolesorth 1 . ' -ý tiobur - Yarck .. .11 - .Alexandra... ' . II Iurrindindi :' .. : -12 10 Plowerdale . .. 12 10 S1*?Ahih's .. r. 12 10 l1urphy'a;_.. ... 1. 10 gECiVED AT YTA FEON A.1 P. M. Tallarook ..... 11 30 930 3Melboure... .- 11 30 9 30 l?egalook... 11 30 - 3loeisworth - 6 obnr - 6.. ark ... ... ... 6 Alexandra.. . ... 8 30 6 'l.uirrindndi.i 1 30 'Iowenlale I a 130 .ait h's .". -- I 30 U1nderwood)a . 1 30 Declin's .. . ..* I 1 30 llde'a ... 1 30 Murphy's ... .. 130
SKINS AND BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
SKINS AND BARK. Musss. DAirr:r and CouraeT, Limited, report on the 21st April: FcRnED SuKiss.-Kangaroo, large and superior, to to .d per lb.; medium, 2s 3d to 2u S1; brush, 91 to Is; small, 3d to 9d; wallaby, large, to Is 4d ; do. small, to 101i; rabbit, firsts, to 6d; medium, 3d to 4d; in ferior and kittens, to 2d; opossum, firsts, to6s l perdoz. ; seconds, to Is Gd(; moun tain, Ss to 16s; bear, G2sto4sper dozen. We would adrise our constituents to paint or poswder all sorts of skins now. as the weevils are very preralent and very destructive.
Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
Rovisod ailway RatonL Nsw rates for merclhandise, wool, produce, live stock, &e., are published as a supple ment to the Govenrment Gazttle of the 27th August. The rates per bale for wool, not exceeding 4cwt., is 2s. up to 45 miles. From 45 up to 60 miles, 4d. per bale for every 5 miles or part of 5 miles; and from 60 up to 100 miles, 3d. per bale for 5 miles, or part of 5 miles the latter rates to be cumulative on the former charge. Cattle or pigs will be conveyed at 9d. per truck per tmile, up to 101 miles; 3d. per mile to be added from 101 up to 150 miles. If over 150 miles. 7d. per truck per milewill be charged for the whole journey. The minimum charge is 20s., with a terminal charge of 2s. per truck in addition to the above rates. Horses to be conveyed at the following rates :-Mare, gelding, filly, or entire,under 2 years, 6d. per mile; entires, 2 years and over, Is. per mile; two entires, 2 years and over, belonging to different owners, if carried in one loose-box, Od. ...
Railway Fares. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
Raiwnap Faes. Ist Class. nd Class. _____ •__ Sin. Ret. Sin. Ret. l .nD .1. 0. a D. Ye to Homewoo4 ... 1 o01 60 8 1 .0 ,, Kerrisdalo ... 2 013 0I1 4 2 0 , Tallarook ... 4 6 0284.0 Seymour ... 1 1017 31 3 35:0 Melbourne ..13 300OO 013 6 Yeato Cheriot .. 0 ? 1 00. 5 0 8 ,, Molesworth ..... 1102 0 1 3 2 0 AlexandraR' . 3 04 612 0 3 0 Ye[ to Cathkin ... 2 43 61 7 2 6 Yarek ... 21014 3111 3 0 Merton .. 4107 33 3 5 0 a,, ndample ...7 311 014 9 7 3 MIansfield ... S 913 3!f 9 8.9
DAIRY CATTLE AND PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
DAIRY CATTLE AND PIGS. loEssS. ABnore AND WI 1~so report: DAIar CAxrrL.E -(Friday, ?2nd April: A flul supply of cattle yarded, conoisting of milkers, springers, store cows, and young stock. The demand for milkers was about the same as late rates: springers still in demand; store cows and young stock showed a slight improvement. We quote :-First class cows, with calves at foot, from £8 l9s to £12 ; other sorts, from £6 15s to £2 5e, according to age and quality; springers, }good forward, S to £4 ; store cows, 16s to 55s; young stock, 13s to .L 5Js. PIo MA.RlKE .- (Thursday, 21st April): There was only a medium supply of pigs penned, and no improvement existed on late rates ; the market was rather unsettled on account of this being Eight Hours Day.
YEA LICENSING COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 26. (Before Mr. J. Rowan, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
T.A L?EMNSING COO?T. TUESDAY, APRIL 26. (Before Mr. J. Rowan, P.M.) Mr. Graham applied, on behalf of Charles Jeffries, for a new license for the Royal hail Hotel, Yea, stating that the first license had been lost. Mr. Rowan stated that three P.M.'s were necessary to constitute the Court, but there would be a sitting at Kilmore od the 5th May, and if they could satisfy him, he would then endeavor to have the license issued. The applicant stated that he had searched high and low for the old license, but could not find it anywhere. In consequence, the certificate of transfer from Mr. Sandilands could not be granted. Application adjourned till the 5th of May, at Kilmore.
TUESDAY, APRIL 26. (Before Mr. J. Rowan, P.M., and Messrs. T. S. Scale, E. S. Purcell, and J. M'Cormick, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
TUESDAY, APRIL 26. (Before Mr. J. Rowan, P.M., and Messrs. T. S. Scale, E. S. Purcell, and J. M'Cormick, J.P.'s.) BREACII OF LICENSING ACT. Robert Austin Smyth, Inspector of the Licensing District of Yea, charged Charles Jeffries with a breach of the Licensing Act, by permitting certain persons to play an unlawful game, on the 4th inst, on his licensed premises -to wit, the Royal Mail Hotel. Yea lie being there and then a licensed victualler with the meaning of the Licensing Act, 1890. The defendant, who pleaded guilty, was fined £3 and 3s. Gd. costs; in de fault, three dlays' imprisonment. HORSES WANDERING ON RAILWAY LANDS. Daniel M'Leish and A. W Haslan were each fined 5s. and 10s. Gd. costs for allowing their horses to stray on to the railway lands at Yea on the 16th inst. Mr. Graham appeared for the plaintiff, Mr. G. W. C. Peyton, Station master. CIVIL CASES. Johanna Dowell v. John Jackson, solicitor.-Claim £1 15s. The Clerk of the Court said he had received a tele gramn from Mr...
(BROADFORD COURIER, APRIL 22.) [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
(onoADFORD COURIES, APRIL 22.) Broadford was honored with the presence of the candidate himself, who with his enthusiastic and indefatigable Secretary, Mr. Lyall, took up a position at the school gate, and had plenty to do in welcoming the increasing tide of voters Long before 5 o'clock, the hour of closing, the last voters had passed their papers into the sealed receptacle on the table before the Returning Officer and mingled with the crowd of electors, who in` constantly increasing numbers were now standing idly about the achol-gate.- The next -half- hour, d-tring which the scrutiny was proceeding, did not pass so tediously as the criticul nature of the suspense might lead one to suppose. For it is well nigh impossible for a number of highly excited, hotly embittered, and well elevated electors to come together without an exibition of the burlesque; and to those who had a moderately keen sense of the ludierous, a very laughable entertainment was provided. Once or twice the two par...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
V. R. Goveorsmct bvortisements. APPLICATION FOR A MINING LEASE ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. Ij pursanee of the Act of Parliament 54 Victoria, No. 1,120, it is hereby Noti fied that after the expiration of one month from the date hereof it is intended to Grant the Lease undenneutioned, subject to such excisions, modifications, and reservations as may be necessary. BEECtWOKreTI DISTrlcr--YcA DrviSIOo. No. 1,657.-15 years. IL Pert, 9a. 3r. 39p., Parish of Killingworth. A. R. OUITRI1M, Minister of Mines. Office of .Mines, Melbourne, April 22, IS189 ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF ANGLESEY. AT an ELECTION held before me on .L the TswNxxurt Day of Ara?., 1892, at which THOMAS HUNT, or K~aIooE, JOe?xALIST, AND MALCOLM KENNETH M'KENZIE, or REEDY CoEEK, Gr.azI, were Candidates, the following Votes were PouSc P s. o Alexandra . 88 116 Yark ... 21 31 Gobnr ::: ; .. 29 20 Merton 30 11 Doon ... 17 31 Eildon 8 4 Acheron ... 14 20 Thornton ... 15 30 Taggerty 14 27 Arenel 87 95 Broadford . 60 139 Flowerdale 12 29 Re...
The Yea Chronicle. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1892. MINISTERIAL CHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
3he Qra Ohronicle. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TIIURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1S92. MIISTERIAL CENGES. --- Lo politics, intrigue has succeeded to in trigue day after day since the General Elections. The cards have been shuflled and reshufled, and therechas been hald bid for another Coalition Ministry. Mr. GiLLms was to be the Jonah, but he refused point blank to have anything to do with either land or sea whales. Sir GRAIIAS BERRn was asked to lead, but he, conscious of his own strength, his overwhelming majority at East Bourke, and better than all, that he had the Age with its 100,000 circulation at his back, played a waiting game, and has now entered the SIItELS Ministry as Treasurer, Mr. Jonll GAYAN DrY-r, who aspires to occupy the Speaker's chair which his father so ably filled, con veniently retiring from the offices of Post master-General and Attorney-General, on condition that he gets in return the support of the Government. Mr. SInE?s takes the latter post instead of the Treasury, and w...