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FARM AND DAIRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 May 1892
FARM ANDD DAIRY NOTES. AT a meeting held recently at Casterton, the following statement was read from Mr. M'Gennan, who is a shareholder in most of the butter factories in the Western district:-- "All factories, small or large, started in the Warrnambool district, had met with re- munerative success after the firstyear. The &nbsp; quantity of milk required for 11b. of butter was 22lbs., or a fraction over two gallons. The cost of milk in summer was 3d. per gallon; just now it costs from 5d. to 6d. The price of butter last season averaged 1s. 0¾d. per lb. in the London market, in- dependent of the bonus, which was from 2½d. to 3d. per lb. A factory costing £1,200 could be worked by a man and a boy; the man to be engineer and manager, boy to help. Other expenses would depend on situation for wood and carting to railway station. The turn-over would depend on the supply of milk. It could be kept going with 100 gallons per day in winter to 1,500 gallons in summer. The skim milk w...
A HEARTLESS MOTHER AND GOVERNESS. AN INADEQUAT SENTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892
A 3Z. PTLESS THER ALTD AN INADEQUATI SENTENCII Tne trial of Mrs. MotLgir for the man slaughter of her daujter, a child three years old, and crueliy to others of her children, took place d Monday, the 4th April, in the Queen's eanch, Dublin, before Mr. Justice Murphy and a special jury. Mrs. Montagu sat in aBon which is usually occupied by the ofiial reporter of the Queen's Bench. She rýs pale and seemed to feel her position, ba was firm and self possessed. In answer to several charges. she replied in a distinct nice "Not guilty." The Solicitor-General, in opening the case, said that the prisoner, Mrs. Montagu, of Dromore-house, nmr Coleraine, in the county of Derry, was the wife of Captain' Montagu, and the mother of eight children, one of whom was a daughter-an only one. She was only three years and five days of age at the time of her death. Mrs. Montagu herself tqok charge of the dressing and undressing of her children. She reserved to herself, as was right and proper, the right o...
Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892
Goods and srccs at tho To Rail Wap Station. Tui following is a list of the goods and parcels awaiting delivery at the Yea Rail way Station on Wednesday afternoon: Knopp, C. Barnes, Turnbull, Watson, Pickard, Quinlan, Conlan, Sanders, Bett, Sandilands, Johns, Perry and Petch, J. W. Barnes, W. Murphy.
TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892
4- TnErE was some close tendering fr the four miles of fencing on Mr. H. iurnessi pro perty at Newry Park. The following were received (omitting names, except of the successful tenderer), the tenders being for the whole of the labor, the wire being found by Mlr. Burness and placed on the line: James Sier (accepted) ... £15 19 0 per mile No 9 ... ... 1519 3 , 3 ... ... 16 10 0, 4 ... .. 16 196 ,, 5 .... ... 18 0 0,, S... ... 19 0 0 ,, 7 ... 19 10 0 ,, . 8 ... ... 19 9 ,, 9 ... 24 10 0 , The fence when completed will be one of the best of its kind in the district, all the posts being very heavy.
MEMS. FOR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892
MIEMIS. FOR FARMERS. ALw.ATS believe in farming as long as it pays. Always blanket the warm horse standing in the wind. Always milk the cows regularly, kindly, and with despatch. Always think twice before the boy is set a task you would not do yourself. Always prepare for the spring work during the comparative leisure of winter. Always keep the fences and gates in order, and have a supply of posts ready. Alhnys cle.an the mud from your horses when you get home, and rub them dry. Always go to the barnes it night, just before going to bed, to see that the stock is all right.
A NEW MILKING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892
A NEW .MILKING MACHINE. TnE Agricultural Department is taking steps for the trial cf one of the latest patented milking machines in Victoria. The machine which it is proposed to try is the invention of two Scotchmen, Mr. Stewart Nicholson, of Dombie, Kirkcudbright, and -Mr. John Gray, of Stranraer. The machine is described as a marvel of simplicity. An air pump acts as a dynamo, and generates the suction force. Then along the stalls of the cowshed there is a channel cut, in which a metal tube communicates with the air pump, and this channel is covered with wood. At the outside end of each stall division there is a switch, by which a branch tube of india-rubberis brought within the range o3 the force transmitted through the tube in the channel. This switch is said to bhe a very ingenious part. I:y merely pressing it dowrn for half an inch the branch tube is turned "on," while hy the switch being raised half an inch the current is turned otf the branch tiube. The branch tube at its ot...
YEA BRASS BAND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892
TEA AmSS 3BAND CO TCERtT. THAT the efforts of the Yea Brass Band are duly appreciated by the general public was evidenced by the large audience which as sembled at the Yea Shire Hall on the night of the Queen's Birthday. The first portion opened with a christy minstrel entertain meat, Mr. S. J. Sutton making a capital Interlocutor, being well supported by Tambo and Bones (Messrs. J. and H. Oates) and the rest of the company, who presented the. following excellent bill of fare, all the items being well received, and some vocifer ously applauded :-Opening chorus, -'De old ark's movering along," Company; song, " I'm goin' from the cotton-fields," J. Oates; song, " You'll miss your mother when she's gone," J. Himsworth; song, ." Kingdom coming," II. Oates; song, "Sweet Gene vieve," E. Corlass ; song, "Belle of Ten-. nessee," W. lireakell; song, " The yellow rose of TexIas." J. Robinson; sng,.-"The. mottoes that are framed upon the ?al,". S. J. Sotton:; osmg, "Ring ring the banjo," N .. ...
Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892
ailwAy Time T1able. AtxaAx-DRA ROAD O- M=6urNuoe. o Stations. - - A. r.rM. 751 - AlexandraRoaddep. $6 5 5 20 .581 4 Cathkin ... .. 720 545 569 7 holesworth, .. 7 30 50 850 111. Bham .. .. * * 665 141 Cheviot . ... 7 56 6 21 505 17 Yea arr. 810 6 dep. 825 6 50 564 231 Homewood ... ... 845 7 5 540 291 Kerrisdalo ... ... 9 3 7 21 548 34 ? Trawool .. ... 9 20 735 ar r. 9 50 70.-- 55 . ' d . 14TlO 4dep.10:20 '8 .-0 0 Oi Melbourne ... arr. 1156 10 25 MELBOORSP. TO ALELXASDA ROAD. o Stations,. - - A.0. P.M. 32 - Melbourne ... dep. 740 530 585 ..arr. 95 17 541 62? Trawool ... :. 1055 5 540 6S8 Kerrisdale ... ..11 15 9 19 564 741 Homewood... ... 1 33 9 35 arr. 11 55 950 505 794 Yea ... rx. dep.12 510 0 063 831 Cheviot ... 12 191015 850 86 Ilalham . .. * 569 90.4 Molesworth . 12 4510 40 551 031 Cathkin ... 12 5510 50 751 97. AlexandraRoad ... 13511 10 * Stops when required to pick up or set down passengers. " Change trains at Talularok. CAnTuKL TO M?L?PsIELD. S?o o Stations. - - 581 931 Cathk...
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892
Xe rs aand Arival of 3saI. Mans close and arrive at the Yea Post Uoee ai the undernientioned hours: CLOSn AT YA FOR-a A.Y. P.M. Melbourne.. ... ...? 8 6 15 ollaroolk... . ... ... - 6 15 Molenwoeth. ... .. 11 - Gdobr ... .... ...11 - Yarek . ... .11 - Aleandra.... ... ....11 8 . Murrindindi . -... 12 10 Flowerdale ... ... 12 10 Dh'LAsh's ... ... 1210' Underwooda . . 1... 12 O - .devl-b'a ...- ; 12-1 BI Murphy's ...- ... . 1210 RECalaED rAT TE FROM- A.M. P. M. Tallarook ... ... . 11 309 30 Melbourne... ... .. 11 0 9 30 Dooolook.... 113 - Mblolrw-orth . 35 obr ... ... - 35 a ... .. ... - 35 Alexandra... . .. 8 30 6 35 Mariadindi ... ... . 30 Flowerdale ... ... 130 1'Ieih's .. ... ... " - 30 Underwood's .. ... ý 1 30 Derlia's .. .. .. 130 Holden's ... . . 30 Murphya's ... 30
YEA ATHLETIC CLUB. QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892
Trr ATHLETIo oLUB. QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY SPORTS. TILE annual sports of the Yea Athletic Club, about the holding of which there was some doubt five or six weeks ago, owing to the prevailing dulness, were a decided success, and everything passed off smoothly and pleasantly, the only protest entered being in connection with the Boys' Siamese Race. The prizes were much snueller and the fields not quite so large as in other years, but competition was none the leos keen, nor was the interest of the large crowd of spectators, who came from all parts of the district, one whit the less; and had the morning been as fine as the day proved to be, the Yea Recreation Reserve would have had a much larger concourse of people than even it had on Tuesday. The close finishes in nearly all the events showed how well the Halndicappers (Messrs. F. W. Petch, C. S. M'Kay, and S. Wall) had gauged the powers of tile athletes. Sports in Yea, in which Mr. J. D. Webster, jun., was not at his accustomed place at the ...
To Advertisers. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892
To ±vCrtiis; *. ADEm1sE?I .1rs must be sent in not later than 10 o'clock on 1Wednesday morning in each week ; otherwise their insertion cannot be guaranteed till the followinn- wreek. Alterations in Coutract Advlertisements should, if possible, be sent in not later than Mondy morning. -
SKINS AND BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892
SKINS AND BARK. 3Zssrr. DAU.EErr and Coasr.n-r, Limited, report on the LSth May: FenEnD Surs.-Kangaroo, large and * superior, to 3s 4d per lb.; medium, 2s 3d to 2s &S: brush, 9d to Is 31; small, 3d to 9,1: wallaby, large, to Is 4d; do. small, to 10d : rabbit, firsts, to 6d ; medium, 3d to 4d; in ferior and kittens, to Id; opossum, firts, to7sG1 perdoz. : seconds, to 3s Od; moun tain, Ss to 16 : bear,3sto5sper dozen. We would advise our constituents to paint or powder all sorts of skins now. as the wecvils are very prevalent and very destructive. TnE Norw Z.t?sD Lox.tr Aso Meres.t? TILr ACGFO N COMPA.Ny, LIuITED, report on the ISth May:- Frt?eI SINsx.--Kngaroo: Good, 2s Gd to .3i d per lb.; brush, Is d2 to Is 4dd: wallaby, large, ]a 2d to Is Gd; sm:al and inferior, Gd to 9d; bear skius, upto5s Gd per dozen ; goat, large, Os to 15sperdoz.: water rat, up to 3I per doz.; opossum, inferior, Is to Is Cd: average 33 6t to 5s; silver grey, Gs to Ss; mountain, 14s to 1 S; extra, 22s;...
Revised Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892
Bovised Railway Ratos. Full live stock rate, Yea to Newmarket, £3 3s. 6d. Full live stock rate, Yea to Melbourne, £3 5s. Id. Horses to be conveyed at the following rates :-Mare, gelding, filly, or entire, under 2 years, 6id per mile; entires, 2 years and over, Is. per mile ; two entires, 2 years and over, belonging to ditercnt owners, if carried in one loose-box, Od. per mile each-the mininiun charge in each ease being 20s. IIorse-boxes (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 charged single rates for the double journey. Dogs are conveyed at Id. per mile, the minimum charge being 6d. Chains must be provided, and the address writte in hfull, if unaccompanicd by the owner or a person in charge of the animals. Cream cans...
Railway Fares. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892
P~alway Fares. O 1 Clas?. ?nd Class" Sin. Ret. Sin. Ret. - &D. D.D. i s. S.D. YeatoHomewood ... 1 1 1 0 9 1 1 ,, Korrisdale ... 2 23 1 5 2 2 ,, Tallhrook ... 4 46 '.11 4 4 ,, Seymour ... 5 27 6 5 5 , elbourne ... 11 321 814 6 Yea toCheviot . 0 91 10 6 0 0 ,, Molesworth ... 2 0'3 01 4 2 2 ,AlexandRa 'd.3 34 10 2 2 3 3 Yea to Cathkin ... 63 91 9 2 8 Yarck ... 3 14 72 1 3 3 ., Merton ... 5 27 0 6 5 5 ,, aindampl... 7 1011 95 1 7 10 ,Mansfield . 9 114 2'6 2 9 5