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SKINS AND BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 May 1892
SKINS AND BARK. 3IssEs. D.so.cvr and CoarAxr, Limited, report on the 11th May : FnaRED Svss.-Kangaroo, large and superior, to 3s 4d per lb.; medium, 2s 3d to 2s &1: brush, 9d to Is 3d; small, 31 to 9d; wallaby, large, to Is 4d ; do. small, to 10 d; rabbit, firsts, to 6d; medium, ."lto4d; in ferior and kittens, to .d ; opossum, firsts, to7s64 perdoz.; seconds, to 3s 01; moun tain, Ss to 1s ; bear, 3sto5sper dozen. We would advise our constituents to paint er powder all soarts of skins now. as the weevils are very prevalent and very destructive. Tae New Ztr. AD LOA xA.-D 3MERCt. TILE AceLxr COsrPANs, LirTED, report on the llth May: dozen; -goat, large, 9s to 15sper doz.; water rat, up to 3s per doz.; opossum, inferior, Is to 2s 6d: average 3s Si to 5s; silver grey, 6s to Ss; mountain, 14s to 1Ss; extra, 22s; do. seconds, to Ss; rabbit, superior, toGd; small and inferior, 2d to 4d; native cat, Is to 4s: domestic do., 4s; horsehair, up to Is 2d per lb. Saesrosso.-Butehers' green...
CLEARING SALE AT GHIN GHIN. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 May 1892
CLEARING SALE AT GHIN GHIN. Meosrs. ABBort Ail nn.sON. report har Ing held a clearing salclon the 12th of May at Mr. G. P. Hunter's farm, Ghin Ghin. when they sold the whole of his furniture, sheep,and cattle. The attendance was good, but the bidding for the sheep was very poor, considering the number of large land-owners that were present, no doubt the cause of the depression being the want of grass in the district. Mr. G. P. Hunter says that he is well satisfied with the sale.
To Advertisers. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 May 1892
To Mvertisnor ADVERTI.EMEa'TS must be sent in not later than 10 o'clock on Wednesday morning in each week; otherwise their insertion cannot be guaranteed till the following week. Alterations in Contract Advertisements should, if possible, be sent in not later than Monday morning.
Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 May 1892
Full live stock rate, Yea to Newmarket, £3 3s. Gd. Full live stock rate, Yea to Melbo~rene, £3 5s. Id. Horses to be conveyed at the following rates :-Mare, gelding, filly, or entire, under 2 years, Gd. per mile; entires, 2 yearn and over, 1I. per mile; two entires, 2 years and over, belongin g to different owners, if carried in one loose-box, Gd. per mile each-the minimun charge in each case being 20s. Horse-hoxes (carrying three horses) is. 3d. per mile; minimum charge, 40s. Two small ponies, occupying one stall, to be charged as one horse. Horses, including entires, in goods truck and by passenger trains, Is. Gd. per truck per mile; by goods trains, at cattle rates. Horses for military parades or polo matches, to be chargedosingle rates for the double journey. Dogs are conveyed at Id. per mile, the minimum charge being 6d. Chains must be provided, and the address written in full, if unaccompanied by the owner or a person in charge of the animals. Cream Cans, not exceeding 2l01bs, ...
Railway Fares. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 May 1892
SRailWaaY FaSes \.. lst Clare. "nd Class. . .... Rm. RSinm. Ret.: sDU. D DS.D Ye.tolHomewood ...1. 11.7. I 0 V1 Kerrisdale ...: 223 31 5 2 . , Tallirbooki 4 4:6 64 2 11,4 4 ~Scymour ' 15".27_ 9I3 6 5 5 i l lelbou 14`43 1'6'9'514 Yeato'Cheviot ... 0 91 10 6 .0. 9 ,,; iolesworth.. 2.0 01:44 22 ,, AexandraR'd. 3 3 10 22 3 3 Y etoCa h :.: 2 6 3 911 9 2 8 Yar ... 3 1 7i712 1 3.3 : Meirtob :. 5 27 93 6 5 5 a,, Mindample:.. 7 1011 95 1 7.10 ,, ansfield 9 " 514 26 2 9: 5
Useful Information. PREPARING SKINS AND BARK FOR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 May 1892
?sofnl I?foratason. PREPARING SKINS AND BARK FOR MARKET. Tmn following useful hints are given in a rcular issuel last year by Messrs. Young. husband and Co.: SHEEPSrINas.-\?W en the skins are taken off, they should he 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 damage is likely to ensue, either by reason of long distance the consignment has to come or weevil, &c., they should lie painted with the floid, the prepa?rtion of which, with directions as to its use, are given below. When thoroughly dry, the skins should he made into handles, all packed the one way up, ansd aiy folds shouhl be with the woolly side ontirards. The bundles should be securely fastened, and one of our labels affixed to each bundle. It will In found advisable to send consignments to market as often as possible, for they do not improve by keeping KA?scAoo SKINS, hnmeliately when taken off, shoul...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. TUESDAY. 17TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 May 1892
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKnET. . Trsnar., 17TH MAY. FAT SHErr.--The supply was a moderate one, only 21,000 having been yarded. Best descriptions were sparingly represented. The demand was brisk throughout, and sales were readily effected at from 6d. to Is. per head advance on last 'eek's rates. Prime crossbred wethers from 14s 6d to 17s, a few extra to ISs 6d; good crossbred wethers, l.s 6d to 14s Od ; prime crossbred ewes, 1fs 6d to 14s, a few extra to 15s ; good crss bred ewes, 9s to 10s o t; prime merno wethers, lse to 13s, a few extra to 13s 6d ; good merino wethers, Ss to 10s 6Gd; middling merino wethers, from 6s ; prime merino ewes, 7s to Ss, a few extra to Os; others from 4s. FAT LA?ns.-4,000 were penned. Good trade lots were in firmer request with an upward tendency, while other sorts realised fully late rates. Prime sold at from 9s to ls ; good, 7s to Ss; others from 4s.
YEA TEMPERANCE REGIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 May 1892
TEA TEMPESANL E REGIENT. THE first of the winter meetings held annually by the Yea Temperance Regiment was opened on Friday evening, when Mr. W. Elingworth, J.P., one of the Vice Presidents of the Victorian Temperance Alliance, delivered an address. The Tem perance Hall was about half filled, and the proceedings commenced with prayer by the Rev. D. Milne, in which he earnestly be. sought Divine assistance in coping with the terrible scourage of intemperance. The President of the Regiment, Rev. C. H. Barnes, said that Mr. Elliugworth wished him to make a few remark, and the Rev. Mr. Milne would have something to say later on. That was the opening meeting of a series they intended holding during the winter. How far,successful they had been in the past it was not easy to say. God knew it was capable of improvement. Mr. Elling worth. came from the Temperance Alliance to address them that evening, and had they know of it earlier they would have given his coming greater publicity, for he ...
BOUNDARY WORKS. BLACK RANGE TO YARCK ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 May 1892
- 0YDAT R WCSES. S'BLACK RANGE TO YARCK ROAD. Tiu following ecorrespondence was read from tIe Alexanni?. Shire at the last meeting of Yea Shire Council: "Shire Hall, Alexandra, May 5, 189. "I have the honor, by direction of this Council, to forward you the following list of tenders for works on the Black Range Road received and considered by this Council yesterday, viz : Section 1. J. Lewis ... ... £463 0 0 R. Beattie ... ... 238 0 0 Nichol Bros. ... ... 479 0 0 Mlilroy Bros. ..... 445 0 0 W. Dodd ... ... 457 0 0 Nichol ... ... ... 458 0 0 Webb .... ... ... 469 11 0 Section °. Lewis ... ... ... £116 10 0 Milroy ... ... ... 81 0 0 W. Dodd ... ... 111 0 0 Nichol ... . ... 110 0 0 Webb ... ...... 127 0 0 "It was resolved to accept the tender of R. Beattie for section 1, and of Milroy Bros. for section 2, conditionally on the approval of your Council being given to same, and that, in view of the great expense to which this Council has been put in erecting a bridge to Connect with the pr...
ROADS, BRIDGES, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 May 1892
ROAMS, 3RSZER ES, &c. ,IM following reports were presented by Mr. P. Lingford, CE., to the Yea Shire Counell at its last two meetings: April 2, 1S92. Dosnie's Road.-Having visited the road known as Downie's, leading towards the head of the Yea River and Syndicate settle ment, I find that the portions of made road leading up the mountain have fallen into I 4sery bad repair, the last cuttingin particular I being very badly located, and now almost 3 impassable through the effects of the heavy paling traffic, and storm water. I cannot recomnid more than temnorary repairs to the existing road, to the value of about £15, as I think that a good permanent track could be made to the hill for about £100. Naotire Dog Gap.-I have laid out neces sary works asked for by C. Cosgrove, on road leading from Molesworth to Native Dog Gap. The creek at the junction of the road leading towards the tunnel has worn away to such an extent that only about 12ft. in width of the road is now available f...
MOLESWORTH NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 May 1892
MOLESWOTH NOTES. (FROi OUR owS Co ESPOIDENST.) TuE Cathkin station, which has been rented for the last three years by Mr. Ridler, of Dandenong, has been re-let to Mr. Ricketson, of the Delatite station, Mansfield. This large property of 5,206 acres has scarce been idle a month, during which time three or four likely tenants have been shown over it. I learn that, despite the hardness of the times, a better price has been secured than that paid by the last tenant. Mr. Tolmey is the present manager. We have had a visit from a gentleman connected with the Rabbit Factory at Long wood, who has been all round looking for suitable places to seid trappers, with but little success though, as the vermin are not numerous enough to enable the trappers to make a living, the price paid being 3d. per pair delivered at the railway-station. There are live trappers at work on Cathkin run, but I am afraid they will very soon have it all "trapped out." Poison and foxes are the responsible agents for the...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 May 1892
NEWS A1D HOTZS. THE re-appointment of Mr. J. Quinlan as member of the Yea Board of Advice is gazetted. THE Government is calling for tenders for a supply of Victorian coal for the Govern ment Offices in Melbourne. That is the way to help to develop the colony's resources. Tor candidates at the late elections for Anglesey must have many warm friends. In several districts the committees have paid all the expenses of both candidates. WE hear that Mr. Hunt's Yea Committee had a very long sitting at the Caledonian 1 Hotel on Saturday afternoon. The result of their deliberations has not been made public. Mu. M'KE?ZIE, M.L.A., will shortly be banquetted at Broadford. A similar com plimnent was contemplated at Seymour, but it has been postponed till the end of the Session. MEsBEIBS of the F. Company, V.M.R., did remarkably well at the Military Tourna ment at Hamilton, Sergeant-Major Ross distingnisned himself in several of the events, particularly the lemon-cutting. THe new Shire of Mildura...
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Mea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, THURSDAY, MAY 19. 1892. THE FIFTEENTH PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 May 1892
Ire Jca 4;hxnick,. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1893. TIE FIZTEENTE PAILAMENT OF VICTORIA. Tmns week should see the fifteenth Parliament of Victoria fairly settling down to its work. That it has im portant duties to perform for the weal or woe of the. Colony is admitted on all sides. But will it rise to the oc casion, or be merely led by the "old Parliamentary hands" whose gospel is "No. 1," and who aflect to think, or would have theirfellow-colonists believe, that prosperity can only filter through their itching fingers. They are, so to speak, the jelly-bags of the Treasury. Thereas-some new blood, but the old hands have a. kind of blotting-pad absorption- about them difficult to withstand. There is a wholesale de ficiency in the finances. At one time it was expected that it would be three quarters of a million sterling; then we were told with bated breath that a million would scarcely cover it; now we are assured that it is likely to reach...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 May 1892
The Goveramat Gazetto. AP'LICATIONS FOR LEASES APIRO-ED. Edward Fitzgerald, 319a. Ir. .2p., Drop more. Margaret Green, 319a. 2r. 39p., Drvpmore. GRAZING AREAS AVAILABLE Allot. 84, 718a., Flowerdale, forfeited 32nd section leasehold of S. Henderson. LICENCES AND LEASES REVOKED OR DE CLARED VOID. D. J. Wightman, 50., Niagaroon. TRASTER ? D LEASEIOLDS SANCTIONED. James Evans, 575a., Yea and Flowerdale parishes, to Agnes Ada Jane Julia Evans. Goods ad Parcels at theo ea Rail way Statlon. TEm following is a list of the goods and parcels awaiting delivery at the Yea Rail way Station on Wednesday afternoon: Pickard, Devlin, Williams, Tyrer, King, Graham, Mrphy, Knopp, D. Underwood, Martin, Toll, Capt. M'Leish, Bryant, Nicoll, Forbes, Mummery, Hunt, Sandilands, G. H. Evans, Anderson, Perry and Petch, A. Drysdale, E. G. Wilson, T. Wilson, Wad dell, Lee Cow, Conlan. The Te Sub-Treasury. ACCOUNTS FOR 1AYRENT. R. Coles R. Yorston Yea Shire Council LEASES FOR DELIVERY. S. L Robins T. M'Fadden W....
HAND SEPARATOR COMPETITION AT THE DAIRY INSTITUTE, PROSKAU. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 May 1892
HAND SEPARATOR COMPETITION AT THE DAIRY INSTITUTE, PROSKAU. (FRo M THE OFFICAL REPORT.) The trials were carried out during a period extending from let December, 1890, to 21st December, 1891. The following is the actual result of the various competing Hand Separators : "De Laval" Alpha Baby, skim milk con tained 0"176 per cent. of fat; "De Laval" Alpha Horizontal, skim milk contained 0"178 per cent- of fat; .?"Victoria," skim milk contained 0260 per cent. of fat; small " Iurmeister & Wain," skim milk contained 0 27S per cent. of fat; "Ledfeldt & Lentsch," skim milk contained 0281 per cent. of fat; large "Burmeister & W\ain," 0"313 per cent. of fat; "Alexandra," skim milk contained 0"330 per cent. of fat; large " lurmeister & Wain, 'skim milk contained 0"353 per cent. of fat; Dr. Braun's "Silent," 0"370 per cent. of fat. Dr. Klein, the manager of the above. named institute, states that the trial proves conclusively that the "Alpha De Laval" Separator st...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 May 1892
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Br ELCerIe TELEORAPL] (FRos0 OUR OWN COLRRSPODsENTr.) MIEDsOGR.E, LaST Noier. Messrs. W. M.'ILwIcs and Co. report: CUr.ESE.--Moderate supply ; prime lots, 6d to id, one special lot to S8d; ordinary, 4d to 51d per lb.; inferior lower. Bn-rr?.--Potted : Prime new scarce, and in good demand at Is 1d to Is 4d; spring, 104 to Is Id. Fresh: Market steady; best, Is 3d to Is Gd; ordinary and lump, Is to Is 3d; inferior lower. Eaos.-Is 94 per dozen. PorLTRT.-Market slack in all classes and prices low: turkeys, gobblers, 7s 6d to I18 per pair; hens, 5s to Cs; geese, 3s to 4s; ducks, s 6d to 3s 6d; fowls, °2 to 3s. iot.er.-Prime garden, 24 to 3d. Bees wax, IOd per lb. CARcasE PORn.-Friday : Prime, light, 3id to 4}1 per lb.; medium, 3d to 3-d; heavy and inferior lower.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 May 1892
Evenden's Patent Springhead Nail, (WITH STEEL SHANK) Beats all Other Fastenings for Corrugated Iron. Will Drive Without Boring, and Never Works Loose. USED BY -ALL BUILDERS THROUGHOUT AUSTRALASIA. Alfred Shaw and Co., Little Collins-street, 'MELB 0 RN E. SAMPLES FREE. Northey, Siddeley, and Company, Machinery Merchants and Importers, Si33 TO : 352 QUEEN STREET. .NEAIL LATROBE. STREET. '3'???'; SOLE AGENTS for the Australian Colonies for thie . M'Caughay Patent EARTIH SCOOP, Send for Illustratedt Circtilr. Solo Agents for, tio Anatillan Colonies for Trounolht and Cnutoanly'a IOILLR DISINURUSTAN'I and ANTI.CORROSIVE, COMPOUiND, whichmi removes Scales already existing in Iiollers and prevents iormstatution after. Solo Agents for the Au.SSemi-POrtable Steam Engines,' y \', '" Slaon ti?.,ºltn Colonmies foree monos, . ?d Co., CGlouccster, England. Tim mmnot comupact EnginelO lhimportod. MELBOUIRNE. /v . Portable, Compound-portable, Traction, Vortical anid Iorizon'tal ,iEngines, ALL SIZES....