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VICTORIAN RAILWAYS LIVE STOCK TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

iICTORIAN RAILWAYS. LIVE STOCK TRAFFIC., Tron.E SiiEEr, CATTL, adna HORES ma. bI foriardled frohi stations:on one line i, station on another lino at the store rnl as set forth in the Live Stock Tariff, for tl '" wholth journey, iprovided always the tniui are required to lolad again from the line tP which such Store Sheep, Cattle, and HoIrs are consigned. 'This rate will inot howrever, apply, unle.l the stock is consigned to and discharged at stations IS miles distant from Merlounr. andl iO nilea distant fromn Sandhurst, lii lar3t, or GeOluig. Two Entire Burses, two years and over, in ore hore box, for dilrfernt owner-. to Ii, clv:;reil 9d. inste:ad of Is. cach per alli!k; mirinorn ?0s. caclh. Store '!hup, in lots of not less than one t:uck load, to Ib carried from INewmark,-t to Country Stations, anl from Sandhurst, I1allii:rt, anl Geel. g tc S:tations down the lines, at two-thirds the p1blihled raties, al Store Cattle or lomes in its of enot I thiinr ce truck lotul at:ii-half the p...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

Do;ituio aid Arrival oi Lails. 3Mlus bclose And arrie at thie Yea Post Oflici at the undermentioned hours: CLOSE AT YEA FOpE- 4.31. I;.r eborn.. ... S 6 Xollarook ... . 8 1; Dooglook ii Muoleoortlh 1 - (lobur ... 11 Yarck leandrs.11 Modinto .°_ 10 FlowerdalO ... 13 I M "Leisha ... 12.10 Undenroods 1'.10 I)ola 1 10 Uevlin's ... ... . ..121 oilldenP '..: a2 1 ,( Mlurply's...... . . 1 0 UECESYO AT YEA, FROM- A.M. F.31. Tallarook .. ..11 30 0 30 Melbourne... ... 11 30 9 30 Doogaloo ..: . 1 1 'Moleaworth - 6 Gobur 6 Yarck ... 6 Alexandra..: . S 1 6 Merrindin;di I :;o ~ Flowenlnle .. a e 1 : M'Leish's ... 1. 3t Underwood's ... . : D n's.. .. =-m 130 Holddn's . - 13 MIurph~y's ... .. - I 1 30

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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THE CASE OF MRS. MCELLER. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

TEE CASE OF I . Kr?LL .. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN SYDNEY. L' thesedays of talking dolls,telegrams, ocean cables, telephones, microphoines,; and other electric inventions, when the occurrences in one part of the world are telegraphed to the farthest pointthere from in one day, and when a traveller makes a journey right round the globe in 63 days, it takes something out of the common to startle a community, but the late experiences of Mrs. Laure ?acller are enough to startle tlhe dead. Mlrs. Mceller, who resides at Newtown, N.S.W., is a native of Germany who came to this country some years ago. She had suffered from Liver andKidney coniplaints for years, and about three months previous to the present time was completely prostrated and unable to work ; dropsy of the ankles and lower limbs having set in. Weo' diagnosed the case, ourselves, and can truthfully assert that it was a case, of advanced. dropsy due to relaxation and enfe'eble ment of the membranes of the: Liver and Kidneys, which p...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rates of Postage. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

ates Cof Petago.D To all places beyond the Anstralian Colonies (British New Guines, Fiji, aned New Hebrides eicepted), 2.)d. per half. ounce. Pose-cards to the United Kingdom, 2d. each. On letters to Ner Saouth Wales, South Australia, Queensland, Tasmania. New Zealand, Fiji, British New Guinea, and New Hebrides, S.i per hIlf-ounue; 3d. per ounce being formerly charged. Registration of letters, packets, parcels; &e., addressed to all places, 3.d. in addi: tion to tht eodinary rmte of postage.

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

Railway Timo Tablo. ALSTArno Ro.D TO MELBOUREE. 1st. ]2nd ixdl Mlixd Alexandra S. D. S. A.M. Ir.M. Road (:. 0ip. 1 5 a 23 Cathkin ... . 7 20 5 40 Moleaworth I ' 0 7 30 5 Balham :. 1 10 - 7 45: 5 Cheviot 4 -I 7 5:' 4 1 ar. 8310: 6 30 .Yea .. 3 0 [dep. 8 4 19 HIomewood.. 3 1 7 0 Kerrisdale... 10 : 7 l! Tratool .. 5 1 i 3. 1 - 9 2u; 7 "o 0alro : 70. 7 46' Talarook : 7 4 b Exp. xp. Melbourne.. 16 311 arr. I 59 3 3TELOCIisNE TO ALX.ANsDPx. IOAD. Pass Pass. A.M. .sM. Melbourne... 1st. ( d. dljr. 40 5'.22 S.D. S. IT. ar : 055 7 1 Tallarook ... 9 3 6 ? `dep. 10 0S 85 ITawool ...10 6 7b - 10 40 Kerrisdale... 11 1 5 0 I 54 HonewodL.. 12 3 8 3 - 11 : q10 Yea r:.. 3 3 0 dep. P.:I 9:3 Cheviot ...13 9 9 {3 - 12 g4 12 19 ITlham ... 14 3 0 6 - 1 30o10 0 Molesworth 15 3 10 3- 12 4510 10 Cathkin" ..15 6310 3 1 1110 40 Alexandra ?Road ... 1 311 0 ar? 1 o510 53 Change trains at Tallarork.

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USEFUL INFORMATION. YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

USEFUL INFORMATION. YEA SiRft tJdtNCIL: b;;nia& MInntbly fltcting First Satnr: Uiy in acah month, at it a.m:

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YEA PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

YEA PUBLIC LIBRARY: Op `anily, from 10 a.n. to" 10 pam. Commnitte meets first Tuesday in the _ -oth -*~r n;ýie\l

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HARVEST THANKSGIVING SERVICES AT ST LIKE'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

HEAVEST THAIESGIVflNG SEP VICES AT ST. LU.. 'S CHIaTCH. Ov. Sunday, the 22nd ult., Harvest Thanksgiving Services were held in St. Luke's Church, which was beautifully decorated with fruits, flowers, and ever greens, sent in as contributions to the services. 'Albve the altar the text; "Joy in Harvest,". was worked in snow-white letters on red ground. On the communion-table loaves of bread, fruit, and produce of various kinds were arranged, a huge pumpkin being the centre of the floor, marrows of goodly proportions, principallyncontri buted by Chinese residents, being also conspicuous. The pulpit, fount, lec tern, and organ were wreathed in. green sprays of passion-flowers, vines and fruits, and varied foliage, with clusters of grapes, apples, plums, &c., tastefully arranged. Long uater - reeds were placed at each pec, with boughs of fruit in every available space, all mak ing a suitable and appropriate picture, which was well shown in the photo grlph taken next day by Mr. H. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

T7lE YEA CIIROXICLE .'TAMLS All the News of the District. ReTE or ScusclrrrIox: Town. Posted. Yearly ... 0 0 lHalf-yearly ... 6 0 7 0 Quarterly ... 3 0 3 i Neo Subluribers can begin at any time. TOWN AGENTS : E. S. PUctre. AND Co. T. C. .%austeru. 31. J. K.LL Stee Bavo. E. . W.sos .J. CooK J. EnTnICKEY. SISGLE Cory ... ... ... ID. TILE YEA CHRONICLE JOB PRINTING OFFICE a Rvplete with a Varied Selection of the Newestand 31 ost Beautiful ?ypes, in all the Latest Designs. EVERYTHING EXECUTED L.t THE RBEST STYLE, Fau a isVran CanD o n IAnGE POSTE. ~illlbaud, allaites. Memo. Forus. Circulars, in Plainor Script Type. Pspsectuse. S Ba lace-shats. Mining Scrip. Call Notice. Dividend Warrants. P.eceipt and Delivery Books. Ladies' and Gent.'s Visiting Cards. Ball Programmes. Concert Programmes and Tickets. Business and Hotel Cards. Bills of Fare. Labels, Gummed or Plain. Handbills, Posters. &e, &c., &c. Call and See our Specimens, and ask for Prices, before Sending you...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

Shiro A vcrtiso mnts. SHIRE OF YEA TENDERS. TIENDERS, addressed to the Preslcent, will be received until .10 a.m. on SATCRDAr, the 7th Malaictl, IS91, for the following Works: Contract 39/91.-Constructing Two Cul verts on cross road near bunnsan 3'Leish's slaughlter-yard. Contract 40/91.-Cutting Drains at T. Aldonus's, Molesworth-road. Contract 41/91. - Constructing Two Pieces of Road between lea and Azwarby. Contract 42/91.-Constructin" Culvert and approaches at Drysdale's, Dairy Creek. Contract 43/91-Constructing Calvert and Cleaning Drains, Molesworth. Contract 44/01-Constructing Road and Culverts, Pig and Whistle Road, Molesworth. All Tenders to hbe accompanied by cash or marked cheque of 5 per cent. of amount of tender, and addressed to the President. No Tender will .be accepted, unless ac companied by the required deposit. Plans and pecifications to be seen at the Shire Hall. W. B: STEUART, .. , ..Shire Engineer. 'Shire Hall, Yea, Feb. 2s5, 191. OTICE.-Shire Secreitay'attends ...

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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Mea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1891. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

she ns'cni _Ins ro artoe. a WITH WVICII IS IN?COtPORATED a PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. a THIUIISDA Y, iIAJICIi 5, 1891. NEWS 8ND NOTES. Tue( Federation Convention has begun its work, all the leading men of the colonies being present. God speed it, say we all. A REPORT of the Murrindindi. Picnic, I which came to hand too late for the present issue, will appear neit week. : lx the French Chamber of Deputies a law 1 has been passed for the suppression of betting upon racecourses. SMn. SA EnS, who presided "at meetings of the Public Works and Finance Commit tees on Saturday, quite forgot' the meeting re water supply till it was allover., We can sympathise with hint-the same thing has happened to ourselves doienaof times. A stS, who is supposed to resemble the snuspected arbethong murder,iwas seen at ilenhburn yesterday, aml Constable Polmear started in pursuit last evening, accempanied by Mr. P. 'Toobey, who rodein to consult with the police as to the p ositility of the manlbeing Coultsh ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

Church Sorvicas. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. THE Rev. D. MIILNE will conduct Divine Service (D..) in the above Church next Sabbath at Yea, morning at 11 o'clock, and in the evening at 7.30. In the afternoon at Dairy Creek, at 3 o'clock. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, YEA. THE Rev. C. H. BARNES will conduct Divine Service at the Above Church on Sunday evening next; also at Strath Creek in the morning, and Spring Valley in the afternoon. Mr. E. H. Burgess at Yea in the morn ing, and Doogalook in the afternoon. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, YEA. SUNDAY EVENING NEXT, A SER?JOw For re TrMns, "BETTING AeN GAMBLING," A Protest and an Appeal by the Rev. C. H. Barnes. ?iu are Cordialiy Invited. Amnnsmoets. A VARIED AND INTERESTING Mounted Iasts CONCERT AND BALL (PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS) WILL sE GIVEN oN Thursday, 5th March, (TO-NIGHT), AT = YEA SHIRE HALL. Puocxns To BE. DEvoruT TOWARDS PArYxc ExPErySE oFr IoUsrnD RIFLE TEAw AT TnT GEAT MILITARY TOUR N, AMENT IL ENGLAsD. The following Ladies and Gentlemen'have kindly ...

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CRICKET. YEA V. FLOWERDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

: YF- A V.' FLOWERLDALE.,: ` O' Saturday last the Yea crcketers journeyed to Flowerdale to try coni clusions with that cluo, there.., The iweather was fine, and 'the trip (which wass accomplished by rail as far as Kerrisdale, thence byco'ach to the cricket ground) was a, verypleasant one.' On arriving at Flowerdale the Yea team was cordial$ .welcbmed by the Secretary, Mr4 Chas..-H-illiear, lvlio, oi behalf of tli Flowerdale Club, invited the visitors eo the Lodge Room, 'where nn excelleid spread, gqt up. in first-class style, walpartaken of After ample justice ha? been donm to the good things proviced,ian adjouriment was then. nmade tolthe cricket ground to -commence the day's 'operations. Morris' captained hie visitb'o and Egan the-locals. The former ..won the toss, and decided to se.d Flowerdale to the wickets. They, however, made hut. a feeble stand, as thelhowling of Morris and .Wilson was. all th .t could be desired, and the last wicket fell for the small total of 2," T. AliMir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. By Electric Telegraph From our own correspondent. Melbourne, Last night FAT CATLE.-- 2,100. yarded, and all were sold. Quotations:-Best bullocks, L9 to L9 15s: good, £3 to 5s£ Cows, best, to L5 10s. Fat Calves--300 yarded, chiefly middling. Best sold up to £3 5s.   FAT SHEEP.--26,000 yarded, consisting chiefly of middling descriptions. Owing to some of the largest buyers having sheep on hand the yardnling of good to prime qualities proved ample f"r trale requirements, and for such the demand was without animation atabout former quotations, while othersorts met a dragging sale at extremely low rates. Prime crossbred wethers from 1s to 13s, a few extra crossbred wethers from 1:is Od to 14s; primee rossbred ewes from lOs to s cd, a few extra erossbred ewes to 14s; prime merino wethersfrom 0Os to 1Is ; extra merino wethers from lls Gd to 12s, good merino wethers from 8s to 9s, middling and inferior from Gs : prime merino ewes, from Gs Gd to 7s 6d, a...

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YEA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

YEA POLICE COURT. Mr. J. Keogh, P.M., attends on tuesdays Mr. Webster, Clerk of Court, attends   daily.

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THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 5 March 1891

THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CONCERT. THE concert at the Shire Hall last week, to assist in providing additional seats at the Presbyterian Church, was an unqualified success. There was a little disappointment at the non-appearance of Mr. Patterson and others for whom the Rev. D. Milne, who acted as chairman, had to apologise, thus necessitating a great many alterations in the published programme. But any little disap- pointment that might have been felt soon passed away, for there were others to supply the vacant places, and a Yea audience were afforded the unexpected pleasure of hearing Miss Conlan, who sang for the first time at a public concert here, and Dr. Lang and Mr. Wild, who have only recently settled amongst us ; while Mr. Israel, who came all the way from Melbourne, provided the comic element which is always so acceptable to an audience. Mrs. Henderson opened the pro- gramme with an overture in her best style. Mrs. Scale following with "Ye Banks and Braes," which was rendered ...

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THE CASE OF MRS. MCELLER. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 March 1891

T=3 CASE OrF lMSS XELES. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN SYDNEY. IX thesedays of talking dolls,telegrams, ocean cables, telephones,' microphones, and other electric inventions, when the occurrences in one part of the world are telegraphed to the farthest point there from in one day, and when a traveller makes a journey right round the globe in"63 days, it takes something out. of the common to startle a community, hut the late experiences of Mrs..Laure 2Maeller are enough to startle the dead. .Mrs. Mceller, who resides at Newtown, N.S.W., is a native of Germany who came to this country sore years ago. She had suffered from Liver andKidney complaints for years, and aboutthlree months previous to the present time was completely prostrated and unable to work; dropsy of the anklesand lower limbs having set in. We diagnosed the case ourselves, and can truthfully assert that it was a case of advanced dropsy due to relaxation ind- e.nfeeble ment of t meof the oenes f tle Liver and Kidneys, which permit...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Mounted Rifle Concert and Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 March 1891

Tho Monted Bfls Concerct ane (Br Ixtox.) A MOUNTED RIFLE concert and plan and fancy dress ball were held in e Yea Shire Hall last Thursday eveni,I the funds raised to be devoted towal s defnaying the expenses of the nui commissioned officers and men includil in the team of Mounted Rifles shortl' proceeding to England to take part i the 'Grand Military Tournament The concert was decidedly superior any entertainment of the kind whics may have been submitted to a Yea audience in the past, and sharply ac centuates the fact that for the future tile public may thoroughly rely upon the excellent nature of any perfor muance undertaken by the Mounted Rifles. Colonel Price took the chair at eight o'clock, the programme being opened with a violin duet, spiritedly played by Herr Becker and Mr. Webb: Then followed "A Soldier and a Man," sung by Mr. C. Anderson in first-class style and with true martial ardor. In 'Sing Me an English Song" Miss Oates was heard to great advantage, the song being we...

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THE BOUNIARY CREEK SLAUGHTERYARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 12 March 1891

TIHE BOUNIARY CREEK SLAUGH?TER f YARDS. Messrs. Duffy and Wilkinson, so licitors, (rote as follows :--"Our client,'Mr Daniel M'Leish, has con sulted us is reference to your letter to him of the ll0th inst., offering him the sum of £15 to remove his slaughter yards, and allowing him two weeks to remove sane, or ocherwise to consider himself in illegal occupation. As our client is in possession of the slaughter yards, aol holds a license from your council fyr the same up to the 31st December next, we must dispute your right to require our client to remove his slaughter-yards in the manner you propose, or at all. With a viesw to an amicable settlement of the matter, and without prejudice, our client will agree to remove the yards upon payment of the sum of £25, and being allowed a reasonable time to erect new yards in another place to be licensed by you, or lie will consent to submit the question of compensation to arbitration, should you think his claim excessive." After some discussi...

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