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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892

Loctre. IMPROVED DAIRYING. A LECTURE* WILL BE DELIVERED IN THE YEA SIElE AHAL. , ThursdayNext, Jume 2 BY AIMR. DAVID WILSON, GOVERNMENT DAIRY EXPERT Subject: Sutter Factories and Croamorlcs, o- oerativeo and Improved Mothods of Dairyiag. CHAIR:TO BE TAKEN PUNCTUALLY AT 2 P.M. T. S, SCALE, Actieg Secretary, Yea Dairy Coy. Auctions MELBOURNE. 'THURSDAY, JUNE 2,' . AT 3 o'?Loc.i At Theiro Rooms, 71 Swcanton-stroot, Molbourne. SFarm of 320 Acres ON THE 'GOULBURN RIVER, YEA Id THE ESTATE OF JOL?eCCOReo?.?: JOHN M'EWAN AND CO. havo received instructions from the Trustees to offer by Auction, MR. CORCORAN'S WELL-KNOWN PROPERTY NEAR YEA, Containing 320 Acres, fronting the River Goulburn, the whole being well Fenced and subdivided, Five roomed W.B. House, Dairy, Out houses, and other Improvements. Full particulars from Jonbs M'Enwa and Co., 71 Sswanston-street, Melbourne. S YEA. MONTHLY STOCK SALE. FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1892, AT 2 o'CLOcK. At the Shire Yards. ABBOTT An SWILSON will Offer for Sale,...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. TUESDAY, 24TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892

MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. Tr-°'LA, 24nfI MT. F.T Su:rr.-Only 22,000 yarded. The supply was within requirements, consisting chiefly of middling and useful qualities. Prime heavy crossbreds were fairly repre. sented, but prime merino whethers were almost unobtainable. The demand was brisk throughout, with a decided upward tendency, and for good trade lots an early clearance was effe,.ted at about Is per head advance on last week's rates. Prime cross bred wethers, from Ils to 1Ss ; extra do. do., from 19s t .Osa ; good do. do., from 13s 6. to 15s; prime crossbred ewes, from 13s 6d to 15s; good do. do., from 10s to lls Gd; best merino wethers, from 12s 6d to 13s: good do. do., from 10s to 1s ; middling do. do., from Gs; prime merino ewes, to 7s ?d others, from 4s.

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GOD'S OWN COUNTRY. (WRITTEN FOR THE "NEW ZEALAND HERALD.") [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892

%OD'5 OWN CO1"TRY. [Br TnHOnus BIACKES.] (wainTNv FOR TIE " EW ZE.5LAND IIERALD.") A recent arrival from New Zealand, walking along Collins-street, Melbourne, a short time since, encountered another Maori lander who holds a good position in the Victorian Capital. " Well, how do you like Australia.f' inquired the recent arrival "Oh I its a wonderful place," replied the other, "nnd I am doing very well here, but I would much sooner live on a far smaller salary hi "God's Own Country." Give me, give me God's own country ! there to live and there to die, God's own country! fairest region resting 'neath the south'ren sky, God's own country ! framed by Nature in her grandest, noblest mould ; Land of peace and land of plenty, land of wool and corn and goll ! Where the forests are the greenest and the rugged mountains rear Noble turrets, towers and spires, piercing through the ambient air; - Rising to the gates supernal, pointing Godwards through the blue, When the summer's sunny splendours ...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892

COMERIAL. ;MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Br ELEcrsbe TELEnRPHr.] 31ELBOtrI:E, LoST NIGIIT. Messrs. W. M'ILwr.Ilc and Co. report: CHEESL-Moderate supply ; prime lots, Gd to 7d, one special lot to Sid; ordinary, 4d1 to ?td per lb. ; inferior lower. BtrrrER.-Potted : Prime new and spring in demand at late rates. Fresh: Mlarket steady at late rates; beest, Is 4d to Is (G1; ordinary, Is i11 to Is 3d ; inferior lower. Ecos.-ls S? per do5zn. PorLTsr.-31alket slack in all classes and prices low; turkeys. gobblers, 7s Od to 10l per pair; hens, 5s to is: geese, 4e to Ss; ducks, Ss 6d to 3s Gd; fowls. ?s to .s. IToNEr.--Prime garden dull, 3d to 3.d. Beeswax, 101d per lb. CA.cAse l'ons--Friday : Prime light, 3?d to 4d per lb. ; medium, 3d to 3Md; heary, lid to 2d.

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The Yea Sub-Treasury. ACCOUNTS FOR PAYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892

SThe Tea Sub-T:cas-l. ACCOUNTS For. PAYMIENT. R. Coles R. Yorston Yea Shire Council LESES FOR DELIVERY. S. L Robins T. 31'Fadden YW. Hicks J. Williamson M1. J. Gill M. A. M'Cormick J. Rice S. W. Moore W. E. Gill M. Bolger D. K. Borrie. C. Henneberry CROWN GRANTS FOR DELIVEL?Y. D. Bruce LEASES FOR dEEcrIOE. M. Coouan M. Jeffery S. A. Ingham K. Mitchell N. D. Ferguson J. Williamson E. Brody D. Tyrer J. C. Forbes LICESCES FOR DELIVERY. ML T. M'Cormick W. Lawrence J. Bradley W. Cunningham J. Doherty. THe quantity of wool produced by the seven colonies of Australasia in 1890 amounted to 573,533,5761b., valued at £20,449,351. North America produces about. 330,000,0001b. of wool annually. Reliable figures concerning the South American clip are hard to obtain. Ronghly, in IS9S, the Argentine Republic exported wool valued at £11,000,000. The other States produced about 500,0001b. between them. AT the Yea Shire Yards, to-morrow (Friday) week, Messrs. Abbott and Wilson will offer for sale fat ...

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FARM AND DAIRY NOTES. YEA DAIRY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892

F=AM AND DAIRY NOTES. YEA DAIRY COMIPAY. THI Directors of the Yea Dairy Company held a meeting on Monday afternoon, al of them being present except .Mr. Richards. It was agreed to issue 2,000 additional shares at a premium of Is. per share, existing shareholders to have priority of taking up the new issue to the number now held by them at par. It was decided to invite Mr. David Wilson, the Government Dairy Ex. pert, to deliver a lecture in Yea next Thurs day, Mr. Scale and the Editor of the CHRONICLr loeing empowered to make the necessary arrangements. It was resolved that immediate steps should be taken for the erection of a Butter Factory in Yea, and tenders are to be invited for the erection of a Creamery at Flowerdale, on the Whit tlesea-road, near the Glenburn Hotel, Mr. Carr having resigned the Secretaryship, Mr. Scale was appointed Managing Director and Acting Secretary. Mr. E. K. Carver re ported that 450 of the 500 shares required, to enable the Directors to proceed with th...

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YEA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892

YEA POLICE COURT. Mx..7. RuwAY. P.M, wil. h-IX sittings at Yea on the foll'Jinig lates: lnay-1. 17.31. .lane -14. 21, S.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892

Lcgri GAVAN DUFFY and KING, SOLICITOR?, &c., 69 CHANCERY-LANE, MELBOURNE, AND AT SEYMIOUR AND EUROA. UL HassErr, BAERISTER AND SOLICITOR, Is in Charge of Seymour Office. MR J. O'NEILL GEOGHEGAN SOLICITOR, &c., M ANSFIELD. TU•THILL, GEOGHEGAN, Asz PERRY, SoucrrOS, MEL.DOCsE. I ?. GEOGHEGAN attends Yea Courts, and omay be Consulted at CONLAN'S CALEDONIAN HOTEL, YEA. Locaz AGoEr: MR. S DESSOUR. THOMAS GRAHAM, B.L., SOLICITOR, ALEXANDRA, ATTENDS ALL COURTS AT YEA, MAY BE. COXS.ULTED Andersn's Commercial Hotel, Tuesday in Each Week. Hours: 9 a.m. to 12 noon. AGoEr AT TE.1-1-. A. H. SNoDGoaSs. MR. JOHN JACKSON, S&S.C., Es .) SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER, AND PROCTOR, ATTENDS at the Caledonian Hotel, YEA, Evzar TrnsDAr. All Courts in the North-Eastern District Attended rwhen Retained. Penassr-r ArwDD-es: GI\ T-rTREET, ALELLNDIL. Ar?ET Ar YEA: MI. J. H. ROSE. GENTLEMEN'S VISITING CARDS (equal to copper-plate) can now be Executed at the Yeu CnrJa.CLe Otfice. 100 for 5s. 1TE...

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BATTING AND BOWLING AVERAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892

BATTING AND BOWLING AVERAGES. The following are the batting and bowling averages for the season 1S91-92: BAxnso AV EaGceS. Name of Playcr. - c y SBurns ... ... 14 2 2043 2025 J. Maynard ... 15 4 192 '17.45 C.J_-.Wild . 14 ; 205 15 76 W. Wilson. 14 : 4, ~1l1 12-60 J. Robinson ... 16 .0 17 110 ILI M'Cann ... 6 2 30 9 75 J. Barrett ... 10. 0 93 90 C. Carr ... .... 5 0 43 8.60 N. Pettigrew . 10 3 32 43 0 C. Johns ... . 3 0 10 3.33 H. Thorley ... 5 0 14 20S0 J. Grantham ... 11 1 21 2.10 W. Gray ... . 2 1 2 0 J. Conlan... . 5 1 4 10 J. F. Doody 1 0 1 10 S. Wall ... 4 0 3 075 E. Gray .. . 1 0 0 001 II. Oates ... 2 0 0 000 Highest Individual Score 48: C. J. Wild. BOw ?eG Av?eGs. - Bowler. -. W. Wilson ... 148 27 11 378 5S48 J. Btrrett ... 193 35 6 450 5t51 J. Maynard ... 279 47 16 608 593 J. Robinson ... 124 13 6 300 9"53 C. J. Wild ... 1?5 17 S 401 9"70 I. Thorley ... 27 6 2 S?I 450

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YEA CRICKET CLUB. PRESENTATION OF THE PRIZES. FENCING IN THE RECREATION GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892

T=E CRICKET CLY. -4- PRESENTATION OF THE PRIZES. FENCING IN THE RECREATION GROUND. THE Yea Cricketers had a pleasant "social" at the Caledonian Hotel on Friday night, when the President, Mr. E. S Purcell, presided. Before the toasts wera proposed, he read apologies from the Hlion. Mr. Blulfour and Mir. Lunt tor non-appearoaice. The latter had written, saying if possible he would attend, but a telegram was received in the afternoon, in which Mr. Hunt ex pressed regret that he would be unable to attend, but hoped they would spend a pleasant evening. The toast of "The Queen and Royal Family," proposed by the Chairman, having been duly honored, Mr. S. Dessour proposed "The Prize. winners," coupled with the names of Messrs. Burns, Wild, Wilson, and J. Maynard, who, he said, were the mainstay of the club, and well deserved the prizes. (Hear, hear.) They had attended almost every match played by the club, and hbe hoped that next year they would win some more prizes, and that more trophies ...

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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Mea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1892. SECOND VISIT OF GOVERNMENT DAIRY EXPERT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892

WITH WHICH IS IS INCORPORATED PUBLISIIED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1S932. SECOND VISIT OF GO VERN JIENT DAIRY EXPERT. MIn. DAVID WILSON, the Government Dairy Expert, will deliver a second lecture at the Yea Shire Hall on Thursday next, at 2 p.m. When it became known that he intended to pay a visit to Alexandra early in-June, Mr. Wu.sox was communicated with, and asked if lie could make it con venient to call in at Yea on his way either to or from Alexandra, and with the promptitude so characteristic of him lihe at once replied that lie would be quite willing to do so. The Direc tors of the Yea Dairy Company met on Monday, and it was agreed that a telegram should be sent to Mr. WIL sox, asking him to fix a time suitable to himself. He has done so, and we trust that farmers from all parts of the district will come and listen to wht lie has to say. That is the very least compliment they can pay to the man who has been foremost in giving a new direction to ther energies and in o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892

lolbcurno e crtise:n :nts. Business and Professional Directory. CAFE AND RESTARAN??S. COFFEE PALACE. Smith-st-ret. Fitzroy. nnsurpassed for Cleanliness :sd Comfort. Trams from station pass do u:. Sperial attention Country Visitors. Every in formation supplied. Baths, Eii;ans, Smoking and Reading Rooms. Teei, exceedingly Moderate. Wns. SIHE.YSv, Manager. CHAFF AND cGRui 3IECHA.ers, AND ComsIssioN AGENTS. E. C. ROBERTSON & CO., 56 Spencer. street Account sales and cheques rendered rendered. MERRY & CO., 533 Flinders Lane west Advances nrm:e on all kindsoffarm produce. D.uAIYAND F.A ~PRODUCE MrERCIIHANTS, AND DAIRY Co 'soeSIOS AGENTS. HOLDERSON & NEILtON, 4S. Flinders Lane. Trial nlicites. Bestpriceoltained for all dairy produce. WOOD & CO., .75 King-street Established IS70. All kinds of dairy produce sold on commision. SAw MAKERS AND IMPORTERS. BLAKELEY, W. H., 115 Lonsdale-street Sole Agent for HI. Disston Sou's celc. brated Saws. Send your old circula...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 May 1892

1REPARING SKINS AND BARK FOR MARKET- . Tur followine useful hints are given in a circular issnel last year by 'Messrs. Young husband and Co.: SnesE?se? s.-W- rn the skins are 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 damage is likely-to ensue, either by reason of long distance the consignment has to come or weevil, ke., they should be painted 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, and one of our labels affixed to each bundle. It will be found advisable to send consis?nments to market as often as possible, for they do not improve by keeping - KANAscAro SeIss, immesiately when taken off, should be pegged out as squar...

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Useful Information. PREPARING SKINS AND BARK FOR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 June 1892

Usctl-Infor1ation PREPARING SKINS .AND BARK FOR ".MARKET. THE following useful hints are given in a circular issnedlast year by Messrs. Young. hasband and Co.: SuHEErsIaxs.-When the skins are 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 hb cut off until the skin ii 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 sbould be painted with the fluid, the preparation of which, with directions as to its use, are riven 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, and one of our labels affixed to each bundle. It will be found advisable to send consignments to market as often as possible, for they do not improve by keeping K.sca.uoo StIss. immeiately when taken off, should b...

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YEA PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 June 1892

TEA PUBLIC LIBRARY. Open daily, from 10 a.m.L to 10 p.m. Committee weets first Tulday iu the mouth.

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YEA BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 June 1892

TEA BOARD OF ADVICE. Meets the last Saturday in each month at4 p.m.

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YEA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 June 1892

YEA POLICE COURT. 31ht J. Row., P13L, will hold sittings at Y. u the fbllwiungL.tes:w

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CRICKET. SPRING VALLEY V. KALATHEA CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 June 1892

o I C 'K E T. SPRING VALLEY V. KALATHEA CREEK. (Fnoe A CORRESPONiDENT.) TiE return match between the above clubs was played on Saturday, the 14th ult., on the ground of the latter. The visitors were captained by Egan, while Clark acted in a similar capacity for the lccals. Kalathea Creek won the toss and put together 8O, of which number Carroll made 37 by first-ciass play, his innings being the feature of the match. His cutting and driving were a treat to witness, and would not have dis. graced any player in any intercolonial match. Spring Valley only contrived to make 38, the match thus ending in a victory for Kalathea Creek by 46 runs. The bowling honors were divided between Dwyer and Craig for Spring Valley, while D. and T. J. MI'Leish secured the whole of the wickets for Kalathca Creek. It is to be regretted that the mateh was not played throughout in ia sportsmanlike spirit. Owing to a slight difference between the respective captains about the time the match should conclude, t...

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KING PARROT CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 June 1892

- E1NG PARROT CREE (Fnor OUR ow?n co?RESPONDE~NT.) Ol Friday, the 20th ult., the Strath Creek Creamery was visited by four of the Directors, Messrs. E. S. Purcell, J. Quinlan, Carver, and Richards. Upon examination everything was found to be in excellent order. The object of this visit was, I beo lieve, to see if smaller buildings for creameries would not suit; but I think with Mr. Jackson, the local manager, that it would be rather poor economy in the busy season-empty cream-cans oocupy no ncon siderable space. It is with extreme pleasure lannouncethe marriage of Mr. George Jackson, of the Strath Creek Creamery, which happy event took place on Tuesday, the 24th ult., at the bride's parents' residence - the happy couple arrived home to Strath Creek the same evening, where they received the con gratulation of the numerous friends Mr. Jackson has made since his arrival in our midst; and in wishing him every happiness in his new sphere of life, I am only echoing the wish of everyone wh...

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Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 June 1892

RaTl :a Tim8 `Tableo ALEXIiWDRA ROAD TO MLELOURmIIE:' .l, :. SStations. A.x. PM.x 751 = AlexandraRoaddep. 6 50 20 581 4 Cathkin ... ... 7 20 54 569 7 Moleworth ... 730 550 850 11 IBalham ... ... 665 144 Cheviot ... ... 7 56 6 21 50 1. Y e. . arr. 8 10 6 35 ? l a " dep. 825 6 500 564 21. Homcwo 5... 546 34 Trawool ... ... 9 20 7-35 " f arr. 9 o50 7 50": 5,5 414 Tallarookt ... Exp. Pass.. Sdep. 10 20 8 20 3 97. 4 Melbourne ... rr. 11 56 10 25 MIELnOrrn. TO ALLEY.DRA. RoD. ' Stations. - A.M. re1 •. " 585 56 allartookt .{dep. I0 35 i 5460 625 Trawool .; ...10 5 9 540 68 Kerrisdale 11 15, ' 4 564 741 Homewood ...- ...li 3 (. r ar., 11. c?II ) ,dep1. 5 0 .0 663 83 Cheviot ...12.1 0 5 850 860 Balham ... ... * - 569 900 Molesworth .. 12 40 40 581 034 Cathkin ... ...12 10 50 751 974 Alexandra Road .:. 1 3 10 * Stops when irquired to pick.up or sei down passengers. . . . t Change trains at Tallarook.l ! :. -,. -: CanrisEn To MIANSFELD. J C) 4 581 93 Cathkin a.. rrA. 08. k ... ep.. 733 110 689...

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