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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
Furred Skins! Furred Skins! Goldsbrough, Mort, & Co., LIMITED, Wool, SIde, Tallow, and aSi rokeors, BOURKE STREET WEST, MELBOURNE, H OLD SALES EACH MOIDAY during the Season of Kangaroo, Wallaby, Opossum, Rabbit, and all other Furred Skins. They would assure Vendors that any Pro duce entrusted to their care will Receive Every Attention, all Skins being Carefully Classed and Protected up to Value at Sale. The Central Position and Convenience of the Warehouses always Attract a Full At. tendance of Buyers. GEORGE MAIDEN, Acnmo GsIENI.A MAINAGER. GRATEFUL I-COMFORTING! EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKFAST. "By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations of diges tion and nutrition, and by a careful ap plication of the fine properties of well selected cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately-flavoured beverage which may save us many heavy doctor's bills. It iqby the judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually b...
COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
MELBOURXE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBnoURNE, LAST NIoauT. Messrs. W. M1'ILw5?Ct. and Co. report: CHEesE.-.M1oderate supply, prime lota Gd to 7d, one special lot, SI; ordinary, 4d to 5Fd per lb. ; inferior lower. BPUrrn.--Potted: Good demand, supply short. Fresh: Short supply, market firm ; best dairies, Is 4d to Is 6d; ordinary, Is 2d to Is 3d; inferior lower. Eccs.-ls 91 to Is 10d per dozen. * PouLTr.-- Market very slack; turkeys and gobblers, 6s to t9 per pair; hens, 5s to 6s; geese, 4s to 51; ducks, Ss 6d to 3s 6d; fowls, so to 3s 6d. HoaEy.-P-rime garden, 2d to 3d. Bees wax, ready sale at 10ld per lb. for good.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
WolbarAD Mdvortissments. Business and Professional Directory. CAFE AND RESTAURANTS. COFFEE PALACE. Smith-street, Fitzroy, unsurpassed for Cleanliness and Comfort. Trams from station pass door. Special attention Country Visitors. Every in formation supplied. Baths, Billiards, Smoking and Reading Rooms. Terms exceedingly Moderate. Wa. SELauEY, Manager. :CIIAFF AND GRAIXN MERCII.rTS, AND ConMMISION AGENTS. E. C. ROBERTSON & CO., 56 Spencer street. Accbunt sales and cheques rendered rendemid. MERRY & CO., 533 Flinders Lane west. Advances made onall kinds of farm produce. DAIRY AND FARM PRODUCE JMERCHANTS, AN'D DAIRY COMMISSION AGENTS. HOLDERSON & NEILSON, 453 Flinders Lane. Trialsolicited. Bestpriceobtained for all dairy produce. WOOD & CO.. 33 King-street. Established 1S?0. All kinds of dairy produce sold on commission. SAW-MAKERS-AND IMPORTERS. BLAKELEY, 1V. H., 115 Lonsdale-street Sole Agent for HI. Disston Son's cele brated Saws. Send your old circula...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
,EWS 9.D ?NOTES. PAni.uIENT will meet on Wednesday, the 11th of May. Mn. JAasES C..wrLLu, who was asked to contest Anglesey against .Mr. Hunt, has been returned for Benalla and Yarrawonga. M3n. FosrER, the genial member for Croajingalong, has been appointed Govern ment Whip, rice Mr. G. W. Hall, who was defeated at Euroa and Shepparton by 3Ir. Grattan. SOME of Mr. Hunt's Alexandra sup porters went to Melbourne yesterday, with the view, it was generally understood, of lodging an objection against the return of Mr. M'Kenzie, owing to irregularityin some of the votes recorded in that division of the electorate. MI. E. SMnrn is in a very low condition, and some old friends are putting their heads together to show their practical sympathy towards a man who was, in his best days, generous to a fault. GassiLe. regret is frequently expressed, both at Yea and Alexandra, at Mr. J. D. Webster's, jun., slow recovery. Ifis practical advice -nd ready sympathy are missed by many a man in both dist...
The Government Gazette. APPLICATIONS FOR LEASES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
The Government Gazette. APPLICATIONS FOR LEASES APPROVED. Isabella A. Wylie, 149a. 2r. 10p., Niagarooon. John M'Mahon, 319a. 2r. 30p., Dropmore. Margaret Moore (née M'Mahon), 319a. 2r. 32p., Dropmore. Donald Ferguson (administrator to the estate of the late Charles K. Ferguson), 218a. 3r. 15p., Flowerdale. Sarah A. M'Cristal, 314a. 2r. 22p., Murrin dindi. Edwin D. M'Leish, 320a., Billian. Charles E. Underwood, 314a. Or. 37p., Murrindindi. APPLICATIONS FOR LICENSES AND LEASES NOT GRANTED. C. E. Underwood, 785a., Woodburn. LICENCES UNDER SECTION 67 FoPrm?ED. Charles Rice, 2900., Broadford. Roderick Ferguson, 636a., Derril. Richard T. lasset, 262a., DerriL Flora Ferguson, 636a., Derril. TANSOFERS REGISTERED. F. M'Kenzie, 228a. Or. 26p., Yea, to J. M'Kenzie. Eva Ware, 319a. Ir. 37p., Dropmore, to Arthur Ware. J. D. Webster, jun., 143a. 3r. 39p., Yea, to J. D. Webster, sen. M!. Fitzpatrick, 194a. 3r. 39p., Kobyboyn, to P. Fitzpatrick, jun. P. Fitzpatrick, jun., 136a. 3r. O2p. and 182a 2r...
The Distress in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
The Distress in Melbourne Mr. J. T. DALEY, who has undertaken to receive subscriptions in this district, has placed at our disposal a copy of the follow- ing circular, which needs no comment from us: Education Department, Melbourne, 7th April, 1892. DEAR SIR,--At the request of the teachers the State Schools in the metropolitan dis- tricts, the Minister of Public Instruction (the Hon. A. J. Peacock. M.P.) has sanctioned the issue of this circular to teachers. with a view of obtaining some help for the wives and families of the workmen who have been deprived of employment through the present depression. There is abundant evidence to show, that hundreds of families are now reduced to absolute want. From a return recently quoted by E. L. Zox, Esq., M.P., it is found that there are upwards of 17.000 houses un- tenanted in Melbourne and suburbs, the families who have left those dwelling now herding with others as poor as themselves ; and it is not an uncommon circumstance to &nbs...
R.C. PRESBYTERY BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 April 1892
R.C. PRESBYTERY BAZAAR. THE Shire Hall was crowded on Thursday afternoon, when the Bazaar for which the ladies of the Roman Catholic denomination assisted by the ladies of all other denomi- nations - have been so energetically and enthusiastically working for months past, was opened. Amongst those present were the Rev. Fathers Brady, Farrelly, O'Hanlon, Harnet, Daley, and Cusack. The Arch- bishop of Melbourne was to have declared it open, but important Church matters called Dr. Carr to Sydney on the previous Monday. In his Grace's absence, the Rev. Father Brady, in a few happily chosen sentences, paid a warm tribute to the Ladies' Committee and those who had worked for the Bazaar. He particularly thanked the people of other denominations for their cordial assistance, and concluded by request- ing Mr. T. S. Scale, as President of the Shire, to declare the Bazaar open. Mr. Scale willingly consented to do so, and after excusing himself from making a long speech, as he was quite unprepa...
A PASSENGER'S COMPLAINT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 May 1892
A PAS.NGER'S OMPLAINT. TO TIIE DITOR OF ?I CHRONICLE. SIR,-While :ravelling rem Mlansfield, I got out at the Yea Stati , believing that I should have iufficient tine to get refresh ments, as I diderstand sat Yea is a place where the triin stops to 'enable passengers to appease their hunges The official at your station old me I ould only have a few minutes, ond true en ugh the bell rang soon afterwals. I get sto one of the carriages, thbking a startk'ould be at once made, but tomy great surprise I was kept nearly 10 mbutes waiting' for the train to start. My fist inipulse won to send a com plaint to theCommissionenr, but I thought a hint in yeir paper might answer the purpose just :s well, without getting any. body into troible.-I am, &~, HUNGRY PASSENGER. Seymour, M y 1, 1892.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] YEA WATERWORKS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 May 1892
LETTERS TO TEE EDITOZ. ,--e [We do not hold ourselves responsible for corresponde:ts opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] YEA WATERWORKS. TO TIIE EDITOR OF Tilt CIIRONICLE. SIm,-The question has been asked several times lately, "'What about our Water works? Are they ever to go on'" Such being the case, it might be as well to write a reculne of what has actually occurred in respect to the same: 1st. Some time ago a public meeting was called, and it was unanimously resolved that the Shire Council be requested to form a Water Trust. Delegates were appointed to wait on the Council, to inform them of the public meeting. They accordingly did so, and the Council voted £60, to be paid for the best plans and scheme for a water supply to Yea. This was responded to, and Mr. Stuart Murray came up from Melbourne, and inspected the district with Mr. Steuart, our late Engineer, and subsequently gave his decision in favor of a plan and scheme. 2nd. ...
YEA DAIRY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 May 1892
TZA DAIET COMA=T. T first half-yearly meeting of the Yea Dairy Company was held at the Shire Hall on Saturday afternoon. There was a large meeting, shareholders fraom Strath Creek, Kerrisdale. Homewood, Yea River, Lime atone, Molesworth, and in fact all parts of the district, being present Mr. T. S. Scale, Chairman of Directors, presided. Mr. EH. S. Purcell having read theminutes and articles of association, they were adopted, on the motion of Mr. T. Condon, seconded by Mr. Charles Anderson. EFFORT AND BALANCE-SIIEOT. The Chairman, in moving the adoption of the report and balance-sheet (which appeared in our adverfisin, columns on the 14th and 21st April) explained that the Directors had decided to advertise it, as they wished to show that they were not working in the dark, and wanted the general public to see what they were doing. He believed it would be the means of getting a large num ber who had not taken up shares to become shareholders; indeed, several had already signified th...
YEA ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 May 1892
YEA ATHLETIC CLUB. A .?cerxTI was held at the Caledonian Hlotel on Monday night to make arrange ments for the anntua Queen's Birthday Sports. There were about 20 subscribers preseut, and Mr. Galvin was voted to the chair. Tihe Chairman said it hail been suggested by a feu persons that, owing to the dulness of times and the tightness of money, the Sports might be allowed to lapse this year; but he thought it would be better to have the Sports and give smaller prizes, as if they were once allowed to fall through it might be difficult to revive them. He thought, however, it would be well to have a motion on the subject before proceeding further. Mr. Petch proposed, and Mr. Alex. M'Kay seconded--" Tlat it is desirable that sports be held as usual on the next Queen's Birthday."-Carried unanimously. After some discussion regarding the total amountto be given in prizes, the following motion, proposed by Mr. A. M'Kay, seconded by Mr. Petch, was carried: " That the prize money be from £10 to...
THE LAST OF THE MURDER TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 May 1892
TE L.ST 0 T=E XVRDE3 ThIAL. AT 7.30 p.m. the jury retired, and at 8.40 returned into court. In answer to the useal question by the associate as to whether they had agreed upon their verdict, the foreman replied in the affirmative, and announced that they had found the prisoner guilty. His Honor: Have you answered the questions submitted to you-that the prisoner is not now insane, and that if it were proved that he had been previously in a lunatic asylum, and that his father or mother had been in a lunatic asylum also, he was still not insane at the time the act he is charged with was commnitted! The Foreman: Yes. His Honor then announced to the prisoner that he had been found guilty, and asked him wether he had anything to say why he should not be senennced ? Tihe Prisoner: All I have to say is what I have said before-that is, that I am not guilty, and that I have not had a just trial. It is against all justice that I should have been dealt with as I have been, for it is a matter of...
TRAWOOL V FLOWERDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 May 1892
TRAWOOL V FLOWERDALL. The return match between the Trawool and Flowerdale Cricket Clubs was played on the ground of the latter on Saturday, and resulted in pronounced victory for the home team. Trawool went to the wickets first, and scored 58S; the fielding was rather loose, owing in a nmeasure to the greasy state of the ground. When time was called the F.C.C. had scared 91 for the loss of five wickets.
KALATHEA CREEK V. SPRING VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 May 1892
KALATHEA CREEK V. SPRING VALLEY. A cricket match was played recently be tween teams representing the Spring \ alley and Kalathea Creek Cricket Clubs, on the ground of the fonner. The visitors were captained by Clark, while Grass took charge of the locals. Spring Valley winning the toss, elected to bat, and succeeded in putting together 67, of which W. Cleeland made 40 by excellent play. Grass (12) was the only other player who reached double figures. The visitors, on essaying to wield the willow, only contrived to make 46, the match thus resulting in a victory for Spring Valley by 20 runs. Antony and Carroll made 16 and 12 respectively for Kalathea Creek by sterling cricket. W. Cleeland and T. Dwycr bowled splendidly for the Valley, while Antony did good work for the Creek, securing eight out of ten rwickets. Appended are the scores : SPr?NG VAs.LEy. S. Parry, b Antony... . . ... 1 W. Cleeland, c Murphy, b Antony 40 H. Cleeland, c Egan, b Clark . 1 T. Dwyer, b Antony ... ... J. Law,...
CRICKET. KALATHEA CREEK V. YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 May 1892
C~iCOKT. 'KALATHEA CREEK T. YEA. TIHE Yea Cricket Club terminated its cricketing season on Saturday last, when they met an eleven of the Kalathea Club on the formers ground. Clark acted a skipper for the visitors, and Burns the locals. Kalathea were the first to bat, and put to gether 79, Quinlan 23, and Underwood 10, being top scorers. Yea then went to the wickets, but after an hour's play the stumps had to be drawn on account of the rain, the locals having compiled 69, or 10 less than their opponents, for the loss of three wickets, Burns 22, and Maynard (not out) 18, heading the list. The match was therefore drawn in favor of Yea. The following are the scores: KALATIIEA CREEK. D. M'Leish, b Wild ... ... ... 0 J. Antony, b Maynard ... ... 3 T. Quinlan,c H. Thorley, blW. Thorley 23 F. Sandilands, cOates, b IV. Thorley 9 T. M'L...iI. o .binonll, b H Thorley 7. D. Underwood, run out ... ... 10 J. Franklin, c and b H. Thorley ... 0 J. Clark, b Maynard... ... ... 6 J. Ge(mmell, not out ...
Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 May 1892
Railway Timo 'Table. ALE?AVDIMR ROAD TO MLO050vO. c " m - Stations ": - 751 - AlexadraRoaddep 6 0 5 10 51 41 Cathkin ... 720 5 25 569 7 Molcsworth .. 730 535 850 111 Balham . 665 144 Cheviot .... 7 6I 0 1 505 17 Yea r.. 810 564 231 Homewood... -:.. 8 45 645 540 291 Kerriadaloe .. .. 9. 3 7 1 516 345 Twool . . '. 2 7; 15 535 41, allarook t 3' "4 " I dep 10 20 -8-3., . 32 971 elbourno ... arr. 11 56 9 43 MOLnOuRns TO ALEXjDOAr ROAs. 'v v Stations. 32 - Melbourne .. dep. 7 40 5 2 55 56 Tallarookt ... ' d 546 062 Trawool " 1. ... 1055 840 540 6BS Kerrisdale ... ...11 a 8 54 564 74 IHomewood... 11 33 9 10 ar.r 11 55 9 25 505 79 Yea ... . P.. Ldep. 12 5 935 66 83 Cheviot ...1219 9 49 8501 S Balham ,:'.. B. 569 90. Molesworth .. 12 4510 15 581 931 Cathkin 2 . ...12 551025 751 97_ Alexandra Road 1... 112510 45 * Stops when required to pick up or set dotvn paosengers. . t Change trains at TallarooLk. - CATIIsUTo MASSrIEo '. em So Stations. 581 93 Cath?kin , rr. A. 2 i oP 7l .110 659 97 Yarch...