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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1891. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 March 1891
WITH WHICH IS L-coRnonATED PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDA.4, MARCHI 19, 1891. NEWS A-D NOTES. --+- A usanza of very important announce ments appear under the heading "Shire Advertisemenut." Tar. Easter Monday picnic, sports, and concert bid fair to eclipse the successful efforts of the Yea Temperance Regiment in former years. REPORTS of Police and Warden's Courts, Alexandra correspondent's letter, and letter from Mrs. J. M. Cairns held over till next issue. AT a special meeting of the Shire Council on Saturday, it was decided to separate the offices of Secretary and Engineer, and MIr. Steuartwas appointed Secretaryat L150 per annum, the Engineer and Surveyor to re ceive L?50 a year. The tender of J. H. Sloan, at .23 15s, was accepted for contract 43-calvert and drains, Molesworth; and of W. Clark, at L3t2, for contract 44-Pig and Whistle road, Molesworth. " AL.aDDv" is talked about in all direc tions, and no efforts have been spared to ensure the successful performance of one of ...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondent's opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] CHURCH AND SCHOOL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 March 1891
LETT=D.TO THS EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents'opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] CHURCH A'ND SCHOOL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. Srn,-Would you kindly allow me a little space in your valuahle journal to ventilate a little grievance that I have?' On Sunday last a gentleman from Homewood came over to Doogalook to preach in the local school, of which the present writer is now in charge. No word had been Eent to the Head Teacher, no notification whatever made to him. The gentleman appointed came, and naturally not having sent word found no key. lie coolly opened a window, unscrewed the lock, and admitted eight people who had flocked from all directions to hear him. Now, Sir, I hold such conduct wholly inexcusable. ,It surely would have been the prudent course to apprise the H.T. of his coming. It certainly would have been the merest courtesy. I may state that the matter has been promptly reported, a...
MEETINGS OF THE STEW ARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 March 1891
MEETINGS OF THE STEWARDS. The Stewards me t t ight at the Cale donian Hotel, and after considering the various protests, cheques were passed for the undisputed stakes, Mr. Wnm. Fox, the popular landlordl of the Railway Hotel, Tel larook, heading the list with £45. The owner of Flash of Lightning lodged a com plaint against the owner of Larrikin for threatening andl abasive language on the course, but an apology having been tendered on Mlonday night, it was accented. Fines of two guineas for late scratchings were in flicted on Try, Maiden Plate; Darkie, Dis trict Hurdle Race; Maud and The Orphan, in the Selling Race. The Stewards meet again next Thursday to finally deal with protests.
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 March 1891
MELBOURLE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Br ELzcrac TELEOBAPr. 3I enocrE. LASTS-IGRT. Mesars. W. MI'ILwnalc and Co. report: CuEESE.-Prices to-day showed consider. able advance on late rates. Prime, from 4}d per lb.; inferior, from 3d to 41d; favorite lots, from 61d to Sad. Bur?rR.-Potted: Prime new quoted at 8d. 10d, Is per lb.; potted, dull sale. from . to 6d.; inferior, from 3d. to 4d. Fresh: Vey ahort supply; prices for prime of all kinds, from s to s 3d; medium, from lod to Is; inferior, lower. Econ-Short supply, from Is Sd to Is 6d per doz. Por.sxn.-Turkeys, from 7s to 15s; ducks, from 3s 9d to 4s 6d : geese, from 6s. to 6s 6d; fowls, from 2s d to 3s6d.
VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. LIVE STOCK TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 March 1891
V ICTORIAN RAILWAYS. LIVE STOCK TRAFFIC.. STORE SnIIEt , CATTLE, and HORSES moay bh forwarded from stations on one line to, stations on another line at the store rater. as set forth in the Lite Stock Tariff, for ti .. whole journey, provided always the truc; ; are required to load again from the line tIp which such Store Sheep, Cattle, and Hors.e are consiigned. This rate will not. however, apply, unle01 the stock is consigned to and dischlurged at statitos I i mtiles distant frml Melbourne, aol :;0 tiles distaat fromn banl.urst, L;ii larat, or cierlong. Twoe Entire Horses, two years and oivr, in one horse box, for diiiere.t owne?? , to be charged 9D,. instetd of Is. eachll I uile ; miniimum o0s. aceh. Store Sheep, in luot of Iut less thas n n,, truck load, to be carried from Newumaxr.t to Country Stations, and foum Saudlhurrt, Iatllarat, and (eclong t t~ St:tins down the lines, at two-thirds the pub!lished rates, anl Store Cattle or lHomes in lots of not Ile. than one truck load at...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 March 1891
-Bj?os? teicos..:.." - J. SIIARMAN CRAWFORD, C.E., AUTHORISED SURVEYOR, LICENSED under Transfer of Land Statute. Late Engineer to Shire of StawelL LAND AMD ENGINEERIoNG SURVEYS EFFECTED Valuations Made. DIELO?As : Municipal Surveyor under Local Govern ient Act, 1874. Authorised Surveyor under Board of Land and Works. Special License under Transfer of Lands Statute. License for Colony of New South Wales. Memberof Victorian Institute of Engineers. Membcr of Victorian InstituteofSurveyors. AnDRss : Konorors. NOTICE.-Shire Secretary attends Shire Hall on MoNDAYs, TCFSDAYS, and SATUeD.ws, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. W. B. STEUART, Shire Secretary.. CALEDONIAN CASH STORE YEA. M. J. KELLY'S Prices Defy Competition I,. Is Second to None in the District. ? ? :. ,I- :? -. , Wholesale Stock or .. ..:,.,o d r': MANTLES and HATS. M. J.. KELLY' GENERAL STOREKEEPER, YEA. T. C. WADDELL, HisHigh Street, Yea.per All descriptions of IRONMONGE.Y, &c., &.., SDRAPERY acond toNoMILLINERY DIn gre...
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 March 1891
no0art1ro ano4 Arrival of NS. . M?LuS close and arrive at the Yea Post Officeat the undermentioned hobrs: CLOSE AT YEA FOR- A. P.ML "'' Melbourne.. ... . 8 6 Tallarook ... ... 8 6 Doogalook... - 6 Molesworth-..:li .? 1' - . Gobur i "- ." Yarek .... 11 Alexandra. .:.. 11 8 Mourrinhlidi ... 10 Flo.werdale ° . ... . 1 - MeLeish's .. 1 10 Underwoo's .. 12 10 Deidns .. .I 10 olden's... ...... 12 10 Murphy's .; ... 1... 1 RECElVEI AT YE1\ FROM- A.L. P.M. Tallareok ...11 30 0 30 Melbourne.:, . ... 11 10 0 30 Doeralooe . ..11 30 Moleshoerth .. 6 Gobr .. . - 6 Yarck .. 6 Alexandra... 8 30 60 lerridndini ... 130 Flonerdale ... - 1 30 M1'Leish n ... 1 30 Underwnood's 1 30 Devlin's ... ... 1 30 Holden's ... .., 1:30 Murphy's ... 1 30
THE CASE OF MRS. MCELLER. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 March 1891
TEE CASE OF MRS. MGHLLER. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN SYDNEY. Ix thesedays of talking dolls, telegrams, ocean cables, telephores, 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 scmething out of the common to startls a community, but the late experiences of Mrs. Laure Mn3ller are' enough to startle the (lead. Mrs. Mmller, 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 and Kidney complaints for years, and about three months previous to the present time was completely prostrated and unable to work; dropsy of the ankles and lower lisiibs having set in. We diagnosed the case ourselves, and can truthfully assert that it was a case of advanced dropsy due to relaxation and enfeeble ment of the membranes oLtho Livei" and Kidneys, which permitt...
Rates of Postage. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 March 1891
Rates of osttago Colonies (British New Guinea, Fij, and New-Hebrides excepted), 2?d. per half ounce. .ost-cards to the United Kingdom, sd. each. On letters to New South Wales, South Australia, Queensland, Tasmania, New Zealand, Fiji,. British New Guinea, and New Hebrides, 2d. per half-ounce; 2d. per ounce being formerly charged. Registration of letters, packets, parcels, &c., addressed to all places, 3d. in addi. tion to the ordinary rate of postage.
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 March 1891
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Br EtLECnrc TELrGn en.] (r?to oR OSr COP-SPOnDENT.) MEIon0oRE, LosT NcaET. FAT CATE .--,OO fat cattle were yarded and sold today. Market opened equal to the following quotations :-Prime penned bullocks, from LS los to LIO 5s; good, from L7 to LS; middling, from L5 to L ; prime penned cows, from L5 to L6, others FAT CArrr.-There was a very short supply of fat calves put forward, only 130, whEch were sold at highly satistactory rates. Priume, from L3 to IL3 ls; good, from L2 bs to L2 15s, and others from Ll.
Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 March 1891
Railway Timo Table. ALEXAYDRA ROAD TO MZra0orne. Ist. 2nd. ,Mixd Mixd Alexandra S.D. S.D. A.M. P.M. Road . dep. 7L 5 Cathkin ... 0 8 5 7 20 5 40 Molesworth I 2 0 - 7 302 5 50 Balham ... 4 1o0 1 3 - 745 6 5 Cheviot ..... 2 1 7- 7 5G 6 16 Y rr. 8 10 30 e dep. 8 25 6 45 Homewood... 3 10 2 7 - 8 45 7 0 Kerrisdale... 4 10 3 3 --? 9 3 7 16 Trawool 5 1 31]-- 9 20 7 30 (rr 9 50 7 45 Tallarook .7 0 4 Exp. Exp. 1 dep. 10 20 8 3 Melbourne... 16 11 0 arr. 11 59 43 3MrLOURsE TO ALEXAOD2RAROAD. Pass. Pass. Melbourne..st. 2nd. dep. 7 40 5 22 S.. S. . a.rr. 9 51 7 1 Tallarook ... 9 3 6 3 dep. 10 30 8 "2 Trawool ,.. 10 6 7 0 1055 8 40 Kerrisdale ... 11' 3 7 0 1 8 . Hxomewood...12 3 3 133 9 10 arr. 1155 912 Yea? ...13 3 9 0 Cheviot ... 13 99 3 - " 5 94 Balham .. 14 30 ' 12 010 0 Molesworth 15 310 3 12 45 10 Cathkii . 15' 610 ' 3 :1 1 10 40 Alexandra Roaid ...1 311 0 ar 1 2510 . Change trains at TaI:hrock.
YEA RACE CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. THURSDAY, MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 March 1891
TEA RACE CLUE A~NAL ZLEETINC. THURSDAY, MARCH 12. PRBsIDET.-Mr. John Downie. VICr-PnsID1ner-Mr. T. C. \WaddelL STEWARn.s-Messrs. E. M'Cristal, W. Pur cell, P. Calvin, D. M'Leish, jun., P. W. Conlan, G. Scott, H. Dunn, C. Davey, R. Coles, jun., W. B. Steuart, F. Martin, A. 1'Kenzie, J. Quinlan, C. Anderson, E. Smith. JUDE---Mr. J. C. Sanders. STARTER-M-r. J. D. Webster, jun. CLERK oF SCaIS--Mr. Dessour. CLERK OF Coul E-Mr. E. Smith, jun. TnR sCRER--Mr. Daniel M'Leish. TrUF.lr.EEr.-Mr. J. Blake. If.torciaPERr--Mr. Dakin. SECRETARYn-Mr. . Purcell. THE annual meeting of the Yea Race Club, which took place on Thursday last, was not so well attended as in former years; but this may be set down to the fact that a large number of farmers were too much con cerned with the prospect of bush fires, and preferred watching and waiting for possible contingencies to a day's fun on the race. course. The turf was not, to say the least of it, velvetty, but as one looked at the course from the hill at ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 March 1891
T aSsine r 8 2tic s .s THE YEA CHRONICLE CO.AtuS All the News of the District. -RAmT OF StCatRItIOis: Town. 'Posted.L siD. S. Yearly ... 120 14 0 Halfyearly " 6.0 7 0 Quarterly ... 3 0 3 New Subscribers can begin at any time. TOWN- -AGENTS:' E. S. PURCELL A?D CO " T. C. WADDELL - SIER BaOS-. E. G. Wrasos J. Coor J. ETRcuCseE. SIcr.E COPr ..... ... 3. TH1E YEA CHRONICLE JOB PRINTING OFFICE IS Replete with a Varied Selection of the Newest and Mlost Beautiful lypes, "in all the Latest Designs. EVERYTHING EXECUTED IN TILE BEST STTYLE, Faon A VLsTNo CARD TO A LARGE 1 POSTR. Billheads, all sizes. Memo. Forms. Circulars, in Plain or Script Type. 'rospectuses. lslance-sheets. Mining Scrip. Call Notices. Dividend Warrants. Receipt and Delivery Books. Ladies' and Gent's Visiting Cardm. Ball Pegraounmes. Concert Programnmes and Tickets Business and Hotel Cards. Bills of Fare. Labels, Gummed or Plain. .Handbills, Posterns. Call and See our Specimens, and ask for Prices, before Sending yeor Mone...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 March 1891
Charch Sozvicos. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, YEA. T?HE Rev. C. H. BARNES will conduct Divine Service at the above Church on Sunday morning and evening next; also at Doogalook in the afternoon. Mr. J. T. Daley at Spring Valley in the morning, and Strath Creek in the afternoon. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. T HE Rev. D. MILNE will conduct Divine Service (D.V.) 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. Gov?rnmeat AMrtfsomer ts. "ICTORIAN RAILWAYS. EASTER EXCURSIONS. Holiday excursion tickets will be issued to and from all stations (suburban excepted) from the 23nrd March till the 4th April inclusive, available for return for one calendar month from date of issue. Ex ample:-An excursion ticket issued on the 23nr March will be available till the 23rd April. When the last day falls on a Sunday, the ticket will be available till the next day. The journey must be com menced on the date the ticket is issued, ...
YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, MARCH 7. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 March 1891
TZA SEZaSR OC)NOIZL. SATURDAY, MARCHl 7. Tns usual monthly meeting of the council was held on Saturday, 7th inst. Present: Crs. Sanders (President), Quinlan, Scale, M'Cormick, Ferguson, Carver, Richards. TIHE BOUNDARY CREEK SLAUGHTER YARD. When Messrs. Duffy and Wilkin son's letter (published in last issue) was read, the President said: You know my opinion on this matter. I tried twice to get the £25 voted. Cr. Cairver: We didn't know at the time that he would accept the £25, or that he would not remove for the £15. Cr. M'Cormnick : It would havegreat weight with me if it were shown that the license was issued. The President : We'll find it all out when *e spend £100 on law. Cr. Carver: What time does he want to removes Mr. M'Leish (who was present): I hardly know, as in your letter you say ) that the Health llOfficer and .the In spector have to report.. The President: Howlong will it be I till you can submit it for'a re~odic 2 M'r. M'Leish : On Monday morning, but it will take a co...