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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 January 1891
CO33EBCZAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Br ELECTRIC TELEGILtPIl.] M3ELBOuRu E, LAST mNI:liT. Messrs. W. M'ILwaIlcand Co. report: CRoeEsE.-Large supply. New cheese was very slack of sale, which was confined to a few favorite lines. Owing to the holidays, business has not resumed its normal state. B?r.ER -Potted: Good supply. Market steady at late rates. Good to prime, S?d per lb. ; inferior, .3d to 4.d. Fresh: 3lo derate supply. Prices albout same as last week's. Best dairies, in good condition, (d to lid per lb.; a few favorite brands up to 9Old ; good ordinary and lump, 5d to 5Id; inferior and out of condition, 2d to 4id. Ecns.-10d per dozen. PouLTIwY.-Very slack. Ho.Er.-Garden, 4d to 5d per lb.; wild, 21d to 3d. Beeswax wanted at 10d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 January 1891
S Ltct Mmdl~ET bi prln:l to Lincoln, eta tllt anal e., Limuited, 2s Fliznkrs ntrcct. \Ilelfaurllc. thie l.trest tailo~ring~ cstaL3L tcut in tihe city. They will post t'. c'ii fns an li''U taon 'at:;lles of tweeds aa"I in etom tr o fnroif-mL lrtJ.ut]t. A ,c.:le _:ud ect; .l"l" :- c.i uit to -olerw foi" 43. try thtin.-[AOIV.] S Sadicsl. ALL DISEASES OF LONG STANDING COMPLETELY CURED DY HERBAL MAGNETIC TREATMENT. CIIosic SUrrmiatRs SHOULD 2OT FAIL To CossULTr Mr. H. E. jKugelmann CosscrLTta HEIGAL?ST..niD ECLECrTC, Or 172 AND 174 Wl .LAn-sT., ELDOUnSE. All Consultations Free. N?OCs.-If preferred, a signed agreement pgven, which provides that no cost is ncurred in the event of a cure not being effected. A S Mhn. E. KUGELMANN cannot possibly visit personally every town in Victoria and adjacent Colonies, and in order that all sufferers from any Chronic or supposed Incurable, Disease may be enabled to obtain the benefit of his undoubted skill and ability in Curing all Diseases by his new a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 January 1891
For R omaiador of oadiag M~atter, Sco Fo*urth Page. Shiroe Aavrtitements. -SHIRE OF YEA. . Extraordinary Elec tion. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE,-That an EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION will be held on the 28th day of JANUARY, 1891, forthe ELECTION of ONE COUN. CILLOR to fill the Vacancy caused by the Resignation.of Councillor TnoseAs UNDE~R WOOD. I hereby require ali Candidates for such .Vacancy to be Nominated at'the office of the, Shire Council, High-street; Yea, in the manner prescribed in the Local Governmient Act, 1874. 'And I hereby appoint THURSDAY, the 13th day of JANUARY, 1891, the NOMI NATION DAY; and require all Candidates to lodge their Nomination'rPapers with my Deputy, :Mr.. W. B. STE?AT, between the hours of Ten o'clock in'th:'iforenio6'n nd Four o'clock in the afternoon, on WEDNES DAY, thpJ4th day O.LJANIIARY, 1891, beiig the day next preceding the Nomination Day.' " . J..CURTHEW SANDERS,. : Returniig Officer Shire Hall, Yea, ':: January7, 1891. . '' SWIRE NETTING.,, Notice to'.oa s...
SAVED FROM MISERY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 January 1891
SAVZiD FOM atISERT MRS: FAL'r DElT, wife Of agentleman employed i', tle Lambton collieries, kindly allows tis to publish the follow ing facts of tier interesting case and wonderful iecovery; which we gather from her correspondence, and which we shall beglad 'to' allow anyone to peruse who wishes to do so. lrs. Dent has been in a state of extreime debility for 12 years, frequentlyiiuite unable to do any work, the liglitest kind causing great fatigue, with severe pains in the limbs, "back, an left i'ide.. So severe was the pain that slie would have to sit or:lie down frequently. ' Walking exercise was very trying, and she could oinlywalk very slowly. She had long seen Clciiments' Tonic advertised, but, like many more people, lier, husband was prejudiced lagainst': "patent ,edi cuines," but (now we use her own words) "1' knew some one who had tried Cle ments' Tonic, and I decided to get a bottle on the quiet and say nothing about it if it did me no good. The effect I thought sunietei.g...
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1891. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 January 1891
i'hc Anvi chrouictc. WITH WHIICH I INCORPORATED PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, JaN4VUARY 8, is91. NWS A2D NOTES. GENERAL REGRET is felt at Mr. Thomas Underwood's resignation of his seat in the Shire Council. The names of several intend in candidates are mentioned, but so far M r. W. Richards, of Kerrisdale, who made a tolerably goodl ight at last election, is the only one who has publicly nailed his colors to the mastl Gn.sr preparations are in progress, and there are daily rehearsals, for the Children's Concert at the Shire Hall on Thureday next. It will be one of the best treats for old and young during the present festive season. Ture New Year's Day Sports proved very successful. G. l)rysdale won the °40 yards handicap, anud the prizes in the high jumoping for horses were divided by Capt. MLeish's Chester anod Mr. T. Gill's Will If I Can. A full report will appear in next issue. A MEEsTIsN of the Yea Cricket Club was held at Davey's Royal Mail ail otel on Tues lday evening, ...
YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 January 1891
YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3. THE usual monthly meeting of the council was held on Saturday. Present: Crs. l1'Cormick,, Webster, Scale, D. Underwood, Ferguson, and Quinlan; and after lunch, Cr. Carver. RESIGNATION OF CR. T. UNDERWOOD. A letter was read from Cr. T. Under wood, tendering his resignation with the defpest regret. Cr. 31'Coymick proposed, and the President seconded-" That Mr. Thos. Underwood's resignation be, aceepted with regret as councillor of this council." - . •The inoioti ? a cared snanimously. CORRESPONDENCE. From AruoldHood, baker, High street, callfuig attention to the state of the drain at the rear of his premises in High-street. ,Although it had been recently drained out, at considerable expense, hy direction of the council, it was at this mnoment a menace to the lives of the community. As the drain was not pitched, when dry weather sets in, stagnant liquid pools were left to putrify and eraporate, and likely to spread far and wide the germs of typho...
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 January 1891
Dcpar*. ehau4 .Lxiva1 cf :Lails: DI&L5c dosl and arrive at the Yea' Poat Office at the underazentioned hoarn: -CLOe). AT YEAFW Jo ~.ii Zs P.M. ?Me!bourne... 3 ra6 Tnllarook . Gobs .: r .._ 11' Yarec I11 ; Aloanadra 11 . 8 Morrindini 12 10 Flowrdalbr 1' 10 ThLel's 1" I0I Undlerauod'8 10210 Darliu's I 101 - Hollen's 1; _ 10p 3larpliy's _ 1.. =. t ItECEIVOD .LT TEA 11414 AA!M P.N +I o"111;0 (111111r 11 0 = ('nbur ..... .!-I( are k G Alrzmld... 8 01) 6 3lMrridindi x a 1 10 Flbwe r tr 3i`luriy'a - 1 30 Ullnd Ya~ls .: 0 I 3 Devlin's -n' 1 30 3felden'a ... 133
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 8 January 1891
Prefrssio'V..l W. STEUART, O.E., E.I.C.S., ARCHITECT AVD'SURVEYOR, YEA asv EUROA. Pr 's rA SrEcrr cxrrOS PotErPAn. Enritur'o Wareohouso. A WORD TO COUNTRY BUYERS OF FURNITURE, CARPETS, . LINOLEUMS,. O1LCLOTIIS; &c . "c DO NOT BUY' IN MELBOURNE, Where Rents are High, and Price .conse quently- lDear, - SBUT GO TO H. MORRIS JONES & CO., WHOLESALE AND.RETAIL HOUSE ;FURNISHERS, COR.KR OF CHAPEL AND HIGH STREETS, PRAHRAN. .By so do':g you can Savy at least 25 d;: ci±. Their Premises are their own property. Therefore, they haveno Fabulous or Lud boom Rents to pay, and can Sell Cheap. £50,000 ST O C K. 50,000 TO SELECT FROM. You can go to the Door by taking the Penny Tram from Spencer-street, and the Three-penny Trum frox P'rince's l;ridge. That small outlay of Foar-pence will Save you as many Pounds, even n a few articles of Household Furniture. Readers of the Yra\ Cnr.oxiCLE please remember that, and don't you forget it. H. MORRIS JONES & CO., HOUSE FURCIISiHING AN...
Cool Storage for Butter. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 January 1891
aool Stsrage for hutter. TaE Secretary for Agriculture has issued a notice to the effect that appli cations will be received from persons desirous of cool storage for butter during the summer months. The butter will be stored, free of charge, at the Newport Refrigerating Works. The quantity to be received from each person will be limited, must be of good quality, manufactured in Victoria, and packed in sound export casks or boxes. Delivery will be taken by the dairy expert at the Newport refrigerating works. Storage will not be allowed for any period to exceed three months, and no butter is to be removed within 14 days of date of delivery. Each box or cask must be legibly branded at top and bottom. In despatching butter a way-bill giving full particulars of the number of casks or boxes, together with brands or marks and weights and tares, must accompany the consignment. The butter will he stored at the owner's risk, and no responsibility will be accepted by the department for loss o...
A Judge Rebuked by a Witness. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 January 1891
A Juige 8ebltd by a Witness. A CASE came up in the St. Paul court, in which Judge Brill presides, in which a big coloured woman was a witness. She testified that she had whipped her little boy very severely, and as she went on with the story of the exceedingly stiff beating which she had administered, the Judge's clear brow grew a little darker, and he inter rupted her to ask if it had been neces sary to chastise the boy so severely. The coloured lady looked astonished at the question. Gazing intently at the court, she inquired, " Jedge, was yoo eber the father of a wuthless mulatter boyr' "No, no," said the Judge hastily. "Then, Jedge, you don't know nuffin about de case." M.es??an-soex nsemses, equal to the best metropolitan letter-press, executedl with des patch at the Cnns,?e('L Office.
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1891. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 January 1891
wIlTr WmIICH IosLNCORPOATED PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY., JANUARY 15, 1891. NE-WS A~ N .OTES. We present our readers to-day with our Calendar for 1891. As it contains some useful information, and will be haldy for reference, it ought to be at once pasted or tacked is a convenient nook in the dining room, library, or office, and in the commner cial rooms of hotels. If not wanted to-day, it may prove useful to-morrow. No nconinations were received yesterday for the extraordinary vacancy in the Shire Council, and in consequence the election has been postponed for a week. Nomination papers mnut be lodged not later thiu 4 p.mn. o w lnesoy' next. It was eonerally agreed that . r. Wrn. Richards, of Kerris dale, should hire a walk-over, but unfortu nately his nodination was not sent in yes terday. Tie Chilldno's Picnic, which takes place to-day at the Recreation Reserve, bids fair to be one of fe most successful ever held here. The Clildren's Concert at the Shire Hall in the wvening ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 January 1891
SAVE MosYg by sending to Lincoln, Stuart. and Co., Limited, 233 Flinders street, Melbourne, the largest tailoring establishment in the city. They will post to you free on application samples of tweeds and instructions for self-measurement A really good serviceable all - wool suit to measure for 42a. ; try them.--[Amv'r.] For monaindor of Poaddin Mattor, Zco Fourth Pago. To Farmers, Landowners, and Others. TRUST and other MONEYS to LEND for 2, 3, 4, or 5 years. Interest from 5 per cent. per annum. HUGHES aND COMPANY, 323 Collins-street, Melbourne. T. C. WADDELL, EMPIRE STORE, High Street, Yea. All descriptions of GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY, &e., &e., DRAPERY and MILLINERY In great variety. GENTS' CLOTHING. Measures taken and perfect fits guaranteed. A Magnificent Stock of WALL PAPER. FANCY GOODS. LADIES', GENTS, and CHILDP.EN'S BOOTS and SHOES. MAGIC SOAP. MAGIC SOAP. No rubbing reqmlr?l'- - Agent for Northern Fire and Life As surance Company. Capital, £3,000,000. SIER BR...
THE DOOGALOOK ANTIMONY MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 January 1891
THE DOOGALOOK ANTIMONY MINES. (FROM OUR OWN COMrcSPONDENT.) WORs at the Antinmony Mines has been fully resumed. O'Shea and party are openingout on the lode at 70 feet, the hanging-wall be ing a mass of small antimony leaders, the sulphides being particularly pure. The manager expects to start stoping in a week, when the baggiog of ore will be fairly com menced, and it is expected anothershipment will be ready for transmission to England in February. Scott and company have struck a small lode in the new shaft, and are following it on to the underlie. They are raising ore in the underlie shaft, next the blue, and have now about two tons at Erass. I hear an attempt is being made to float a company in Melbourne for this ground, butas the owner ship is in dispute, it isto be hoped the infor mation is incorrect, as a false step just now might be disastrous to the future prospects of our mines. Smith and company have ceased opera tions in the north drive, and are following, in accordance w...
YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 January 1891
SATURDAY, JANUARY 3. TnE usual monthly meeting of the council was held on Saturday. Present : Crs. iI'Cormick, Webster, Scale, D. Underwood, Ferguson, and Quinlan; and after lunch, Cr. Carver. THE IHEALTH OFFICER'S SALARY. The following letter was read from Dr. Stock :-" I must ask now to con sider my case, and to give me the same salary you gave Dr. Lock, £50 per year. I hope I deserve-not for actual work as Health Officer; but unfor tunately for me we have very little sickness, which for me makes the dis trict a very poor one." The President : I think the amount is very small. What does the Health Otfficer get in Alexandra I Cr. Scale: £75 a year. The President pointed out that at first they had some difficulty in getting a man to reside here, and he thought, now that they had a man like Dr. Stock, even £100 a year would not be toe much to pay. .-Cr. Webster said it was an accident that the salary had been fixed so low inithe first instance. As Dr. Stock appeared to have the confi...
NEW YEAR'S DAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 January 1891
NEW EARP'S DAT SPORTS. TiE New Year's Day Sports, though got up, m as it were, "on the spur of the moment." (I proved very suecessful; and, although the Hi stakes were not large, there were lots of R competitors for all the events. The Hon. m Secretaries (Messrs. S. Wall and A. F. sa Cameron) did all that was possible for it secretaries to do, and to their efforts the cI successful carrying out of the programme 1 was largely due. They were, however, ably e, assisted by the President, Mr. 31. J. Kelly, i and the Committee, but particularly so by C Sergeant-major Blake, Mr. Chas. M'Kay, d Mr. J. Hume (who acted as Clerk of Course), and Messrs J. Borrie and H. Robinson (who carted in the poles and saplings required for the hurdles). The Judges (Captain M'Leish and Mr. Dan. M'Leish, jun.) gave general satisfaction. There were fully 500 people on the Recreation Reserve, anil the general opinion appeared to be that no better ground could be got, end that it ought to be vested in Trustees ...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] THE YEA BRANCH, A.MA., AND MR. DESSOUR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 January 1891
LETTRBS TO TSE EDITOB. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities canona be permitted.] THE YEA BRANCH, A.MA., AND MR. DESSOUR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. SIR,-In your last issue appears a letter, signed "N. Hocking," nretending to con tradict my statement in a previous issue. The letter signed by N. Hocking contains again a "pack of lies," as N. Hocking stated at a meeting of the A.M.A. I have been in touch ivith the A.M.A. from the start, having been appointed the President at the first election of officers, and after that I. was elected President for two years running. I will neither contradict the writer nor the signer of the letter, as far as a" den of thieves and vagabonds in our midst" is concerned. N. Hocking has a very cool way of putting it by say that the 12 reports given in nmy last letter mean "nothing." I say they mean everything, as those reports are in cluded in the prospectus of the...
YEA RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 January 1891
A MEETING of the Yea Racing Club was held on Thursday night, at the Caledonian Hotel, for the purpose of electing officers, &c. There were present :--Messrs. E. 3M'Cristal (Presi dent), A. F. Cameron (lion Secretary), G. Scott, J. C. Sanders, T. C. Waddell, J. D. Webster, jun., M. J. Kelly, A. M'Kenzie, J. Downie, Daniel M'Leish, jun., P. W. Conlan, R. Coles, jun., S. Dessour, J. Entricken, E. Smith, jun., A. Morris, W. B. Steuart, W. Purcell, M. Dunn, Sergeant-major Blake. FINANCFS OF TiHE CLUB. The President stated that the re ceipts from all sources had beer. £170 4s., and the expenditure £170 12s. 4d.; but included in the expenditure was £2?5, old debts, for improvements made in former years, which would not recur again. Mr. Waddell: Several old debts are still left over. AMr. Downie: No; everything has been settled. MINUTES. The minutes of several previous meetings were read over, and adopted, on the motion of Mr. Sanders, seconded by Mr. Webster. TIlE TRUSTEES AND TIIE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 January 1891
Rarway Ti1 Tab1o. rAiA,,-O itOAD TO 5IEI3~LI lat 2nd. I1xd' lixt Aleanadra D:s. D. A.M. I PA.M. Road . dep. 7 v 5.2s Cathkin 8 20 540 3lolesrh 1 09 70I550 Baha . 4lq1 1 7068 5 Cheiiot .. 4.1 7 - 7 56i 616 fa 8 10 6 30 Yea .. $0 20 H wo 3 25I 645 3I2 845'i 7 0 Kerrisdale-.. 4-19 3 3 0 "i 7 16 r r woo1 ... 51I 3 1 11- 2;1. 730 `ýcol . to ;'. -1130' 7- 4. Tat rook:.. 7 4 9' 'fSO. 745. I t010 20,83 52lelbouot-:.. 16 3.11 0 ,rr. 1-51 9 043 MEL!O'I"\F. To ALLXAY'DOA ROAD. Slelbohirne:j Ist. 'ad. p 4 0p. SD.. D. 1trr. 057 1 allurdk 9 3i 6 3 08 'Trano$ 1 d . 10 :0 2 :Trawoc ... 1 6 7 ,8 11 55 8 40 Kerrjs8,l5e...II 3 76; 11 13S 14 Ilonoehilod...I 13. 8 3~ 11 33 9 10 arP. 11055 9233 Tea "-.. 13 3 9 0 , Theriot -...13 909 ' 3 1 59 40 Balhath ...14 9 6 '1:0,10 0 -3loleswllrth 1 310 3 112 4510 15 UCathkih ... 15 0110 31 - 1 10110 40 -Alexahdra I Road .1 3[1 01..rr. 1 1 251055 Chnhge trains at Trilatock. Depart=x and Axrivs1 'of Xafln. -2Aua 'lose had drrire at the Yea Post (lios at the "unddnnen...
THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 January 1891
THE WOOL MARKET. Messrs. DA..err and Cosra?-r, LIsrurE, report on 12th January: We resumed our wool sales to-day, submitting a catalogue of 2,900 bales to a very full muiter of buyers. We are glad to be able to advise that the im. urovement we foreshadowed in our report before the holidays has been better than realised, nur sale to-day showing an advanco oTf ? to Id. per pound compared with values ruling in December, while com petition was very active f?t all classes. We sold to-dly 2,500, realising up to 114. per pound for Tasmanian grresy merino, Is. 4Id. for washed, and Is. 3d. for ordinary sound merino.