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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 May 1892
AccoRDIns to a good old English custom, the opposing parties shake hands and bury the hatchet as soon as the fight is over. Unfortunately, the custom does not appear to have a general observance in Seymour (remarks the Express). The recent election has offered a much-desired opportunity to one or two narrow-minded individuals to to try and create a party spirit in the town. It is to be sincerely hoped their efforts may end in an ignominous failure. A party spirit has three effects on a town or on a communnnity, each one more baneful in its work than toe one which preceded it. It feeds and fosters sectrianism, bigotry, and national hatred; it serves to bring into illegitimate notoriety, men who have nothing but infolerance, bigorty and parochialism to conomunend them, and it sounds the death knell of prosperity by creating two parties, one of whom always pulls against the other. Centuries of ignorance brought this accursed spirit into existence in the old countries of the world. It c...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE TRUSTEES OF THE RECREATION RESERVE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 May 1892
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE TRUSTEES OF THE RECREA TION RESERVE. TO THE EDITOR OF TlHE CIHONICLE. Snm,-MIay I ask the above gentlemen, through your columns, what action they are taking in regard to fencing in the Reserre? The cricket season has gone by. and there appears every probability of the football season doing likewise without any action be ing taken: the result is a substantial loss of revense, in the shape of admission money. If these gentlemen will only awsake from their gentle slumbers and proceed to business, they will earn the thanks of many who, like myself, are prepared, when called upon, to pay their little "TANNER."
KING PARROT CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 May 1892
S arG PAMOT CREEL (MROI OUR OWN COtt.SPONDENT.) Os Friday evening a meeting of the Flower. dale Cricket Club was he'd at Mr. Selby's store, Mr. Geo. Jackson in the' chair. On. the Secretary producing the balance-sheet, cveryone was agreebly surprised to find that the club was only a few shillings in debt, although the expenditure during the season was very nearly £11. The club now stands in a very sound financial position. The best batting average was obtained by..Thomas .Munro, with an averge .of. 11 runs per innings. C. C. Hlillicar. carried off the howling honors with an average of 6 runs per wicket. A considerable improvement has bleca shorn in every dlpartment of the game. Only on two occasions has the team failed to make half a century, and in each of those matches they made 4S runs, thus . During the meeting a very hearty vote of thanks was accorded Ir. and Mrs. Arthur Forbes for the liberal manuner in which they have supplrted the club. A vote of thanks was also accorded Mr....
COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 May 1892
CGOMMITTEE MEETLNG. A meeting of the Committee was held aftcrwards. Accounts for books £19 It2. 2d., Daily Telegraph Gs. Gd., and kerosene 10s., were passsed for inyment. It was decided to add the Illustrated Sydney Nelws and the Riericre of Reviewsro (London) to the list of publications sub scribed for. Mr.'Dessour moved that the Librarian be granted a holiday cach year from Good Friday till the Tuesday after Easter; Christmoas Day, Boxing Day, and Niewr Year's Day. Seconded by Mr. Wilson, and carried. The Secrctary stated that hlie had received as intimation that the Crown grant of the Library site had been issued and forwarded to the (Governor for signature. It was decided, on the motion of Mr. Galvin, seconded by Mr. Wild, to erect a small gate on the western aide of the Library. Rev. Mr. Barnes movel, and' Mr. Wild seconded, that Messrs. Wilon, Dessour, and Galvin see to the fixing of a mineral case in the Library.-Carried. A complaint was received from the Librarian as to pape...
THE WINDSOR MURDERER. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 May 1892
TLE WmeTDSO MYuDERE- . DURnis all Sunday and the major portion of Monday Deeming gave the freest licence to those poetical proclivities the existence of which has been previously evidenced. He wrote verses to all sorts of people, including Miss Rounsefell, Dr. Shields (the prison doctor) and Mr. Marshall Lyle (his solicitor). The verses are characterised by a species of horse wit which the prisoner happily Imagines to be the refinement of humor, and the lucubration in which reference is made to the jury hardly suggests that even the ministrations of the chaplains have succeeded in assisting him to realise the enormity of his offence and the gravity of his position. He says: "The jury listened well to the yarn I had to tell, But they sent me straight to h-." In this donbtful way the prisoner en deavors to fill in the interval of time which stands between him and the nameless grave, to which, in a parody on "The Lay of the Last Minstrel,' he looks forward to descend ing "unwept, unhon...
Useful Information. PREPARING SKINS AND BARK FOR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 May 1892
Vsefnl Information PREPARING SKINS AND BARK FOR MARKET. TUi following useful hints are given in a circunlar issued last year by Messars. Young husband and Co.:- OrossuM SKISS..-Peg outad equaare as possible as soon as the skin is taken off, and put in the shade to dry. When thoroughly dry, pack fur to fur, then place in sacks or bales, and avoid crumpling the skins. SHEErsKes.-When the skins rare taken off, they should be dried in the shade by being thrown either across a fence or a wire, pelt up. The trotters should not be cut off until the skin is nearly dry. In cases where 5IO.EiSikulY enseno,..either, by reason., -. of.long hhdis-ta nth ef? e bnna . ,,'c5. .-'4 : or weevil, &o., they should Lbe pinted with the fluid, the preparation of which, with directions as to its use, are given below. When thoroughly dry, the skins should be made into bundles, all packed the one way up, and any folds should be with the woolly side outwards. The bundles should be securely fastened, a...
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 May 1892
D cartulro as Arrival af aias. .MAIS .close and .arrive at the Yea Post Office at the undermentioned hours: CLOSR AT TEA FOR- A.M. P.M. Melbourne... ... ... 8 6 Tallarook ... ... .. 8 6 Doogalook. ... - 6 l?olesworth .. ..11 - Gobnr ... 11 Yarek ... .. :.. 11- - Alexandra... N ... .., II 8 iMnrrindindi ...- 102 10 Flowerdale .. 12 10 MILeish's 1 2 .'I:: ... 12 10 -Underwood's : ;-, . 12 I .m ,.?.., .. -.. -10 W -Murpby's " '.- . 12 10, RECE LD ATTEA FROM- A.M.. P.M. Tallarook . " . 11 3 9 30 elbonrue:.. .. 11 .10 9 30 Dooalook... , + .. . 11 30 - Gobur .0. ,. ... .. - Yarck . - 6 -Alexandr.. . .. 8 306 Murrdindi ... 1 30 Flowerdale 1 30 31'Leisl's .. - . 1= 30 Underwod'a .. . 5 30 Derlians ... .. -.. - 1 30 Molden's ... - I. 30 inrphy's ... ... 30
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Mea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, MAY 12, 189[?]. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 May 1892
brr wmca _IIc OMED WITH WHICH 15 LNCORPORATED PUBLISHED EVERY qHURSDAY. THURSDAY, MAYY i., 1S92. NEWS 9ND NTES. PARLIASIENT was openeý yesterday, and members sworn in by the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Williams. The real work of the Session begins to-day. WE hear a lot about the tightness of money-and some of us feel it rather acutely. Still, in Seymour last wee the R.C. Church Bazaar netted upwards oa £400 during the four days it was open. MR. L.xSLEY, a reputelly wealthy specu lator, who resides in the Kilmore district, is erecting machinery to york some reefs up the Murrindindi, where excellent prospects are said to have been oldained. IT has been rumored for several weeks post that Mr. George Lassell, the "Bendigo Kuartz King," intends taking up the Provi dence Reef, near Yea. He is just the kind of man that a district like this stands sadly in need of-a man witi pluck, enterprise, and money. THiE American Photographic Compauyhas taken several goup photos. during the past week...
Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 May 1892
Goods ad Parcelas at tbh Tea sail way Stati. Taz following is a list of the goods and parcels awaiting delivery at the Yea Rail. way Station n oWednesday afternoon: Ker, Dessour, Sandilands, T. J. M'Leish, S. Smith, E G. Wilson, Hunt, Lee Gow, Johnston, Conlan, Downie, Antony, Bett, Barnes, King, Graham, Palford, Cummins, V. Murphy, V.M. Rifles, Toll, Hanna, Hnrst. D. Underwood, Barkley, Capt. 1'Leish, Wall, 11. atres, 1'Kay.
The Yea Sub-Treasury. ACCOUNTS FOR PAYMENT. E. M'Cristal LEASES FOR DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 May 1892
Tho Yea Sub-Treasary. AOCOU?TS FOR PAY?FI\T. S- E. M'Cristal LEASES FOR DELIVERY. S. L. Robins a T. 3'Fadden W. Hicks J. Williamson M. J. Gill MI. A. M'Cormick J. Rice .S. W. Moore W. E. Gill M. Bolger D. K. Borrie. CROWN c .ASTS FOR DELIVERY. D. Bruce LEASES FOR EXECUTION. M. Coonan T. Cahill P. Curran M. Jeffery S. A. Ingham K. Mitchell N. D. Ferguson J. Williamson E. Brody D. Tyrer S. T. Cannon J. C. Forbes LICE-utES FOR DELIVERY. M. T. M'Cormick W. Lawrence J. Bradley W. Cunningham J. Doherty. I. Hiort
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. TUESDAY, 10TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 May 1892
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. TrLEnv?, 10Tr MAY. FAT SiiPr.--26,00 yarded. Prime heavy crossbrels were in active request at slightly improved prices. Best flocks of merino wethers were not elual in quality to last wevk's yarding, and for such the demand was firmer, with an upward tendency, and in the case of all good trade lots late rates ere mainutained. The market was, how ever, largely supplied with middling and inferior desCiptions, many lots being but indifferent stores, which met a dull demand at low rates. Prime crossbred wethers, from 13s Gd to 15s ; extra prime and heavy do. do.. 16. to 19s; good crosshred wethers, l G6d to l2s 6i ; prime crossbred ewes, ISo 6d to Ifs Gd; good crossbred ewes, Ss to 9s Gd; prime merino wethers, 10 6d to 12s; good merino wethers, Ss to 9s 6d; 'middling merino wethers, from 5s Gd ; prime merino ewes, 6sto s ; others from 3s of? FAT LA?ns.--4,500 were penned. Best descriptions were sparingly represented, and sold readily at fully late rates, while o...
SKINS AND BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 May 1892
SKINS AND BARK. MESsan. D.tU.wrr and COMPANr , Limited,. report on the 4th May: Fcar??D S.ns.-Kangaroo. large anod superior, to 3o 44 per lb.; medium, 2s 3d to 2s Sd; brush, 9d to ls 2d; small, 3d to 9d; wallaby, large, to Is 4d; do. small, to 10 4; rabbit, firsts, to 6d; medium, 3d to 4d; in ferior and kittens, to 2d; opossum, firsts, to7sOd perdo. ; seconds, to Is 6d; mouo tain, 8s to 16s; bear, 3s to5s per dozen. We would advise our constituents to paint or powder all sorts of skins now. as the weevils are very prevalent and very destructive. ToE N?W ZrtlLu D LOAN AND M1EoCA? AGI.E AE.eC COMPay , LtrrED, report on the 3rd 3ay:- FaamED SKLSs.-Kangaroo: Good, o2 6d to 3s 3d per lb.; brush, is 2d to is 4d; wallaby, large, Is 2d to Is 4d; small and inferior, ed to 9d; bear skins, up to 4s per dozen ; goat, large, 9s to l5sperdoz.; water rat, up to 3a per do.; opossum, inferior, is to 2s 6d: average 3a Gd to5s; Eilver grey, 6s to s; mountain, 12s to 18s; extra, 22s; do. seconds, to 8s...
SEYMOUR STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 May 1892
SEYMOUR STOCK SALES. TIoE MtsRRAY RIVER STOCK, STATION, AND COMMISSION AGLNCY CO., LTD., report having held their usual monthly sale at Seymour on the 3rd inst., when they yarded 300 head of cattle, and 1,500 sheep to a good attendance of buyers, and sueeeeded in effecting an almost entire clearance. CArrs.E-300 yarded, including a good number of fats, which sold at an advance of O1s to 15s per head on late market rates. Best bullocks made £6 's; others, £4 5s to £5 10s. We sold Chisholm Bros.' bullocks, from Kobyhoyn, at £6 S ; cows, £4 3s. Hickey's bullocks, Tallarook, £5 10s; cows, £317s Gd. Mrs. Sloper's fat steers, £4; cows, £4 Is. Mrs. Johnson's, Tallarook, cows, £1 3s. Stewart's bullocks, Habbies Howe, £5 3s. M'Kimmie, Trawool, bul locks, £5; cows, £4. Hutchison's bullocks, Northwood, £5 17s Gd. W\oods, Northwood, bullocks, light weights, £4 15s. STORE CATLE.--We sold on account of T. Brooks, Northwood, and others-3-year old steers, at £3. Account of R. Craw'ford and others, ...