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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 19 March 1891

Hit .s otiC ..C Brooks's Magic Eye Lotion TIIS VALUABLE LOTION Guaranteed to Cure SANDY BLIGHT,INFLAMEID EYES and LIDS, DIMNE)SS of SIGHT, Ac., In Many Cases the Cure being instantaneous. It will be found very beneficial by those who suffer fuom Wemk Eye?. or xhoee occu pation comnels them in any way to strain their Eyer. ---BROOKSS 31~M?IC EYE LOTION, While Effeecting a Speeorlyud Permanent Cure, neter causes the !el harm to the si~ht and may be applied to the Eyes of young children as well as theoe f grownm-up people; but when sending written orders the ages of the children should always be given. Once Tested-Albruty Tried. T. BROOKS, u TaE PorvmncCE Rtr, Yr. Orders may be Left with, and Partienlars as to Cases Treated obtained from, Mrs. E. G. Wu.so., Iilgh-strcet, Yea. TEE CsEAZTST STOQBE T TEA! SIER BROTHERS General Storekeepers, HIGH-STREET YEA. EVrEr DESCnIPrnoe GR CEOCEIS, lors, Toerun, Annrus s CsarTusn, InoMTOSEEnT, FAScr GooD, Boors AND sHOES, &c.c k., &C ...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPRING VALLEY V. FLOWERDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891

SPRING VALLEY V. FLOWERDALE. THE return match between the above clubs was-layed on the former's pitch, Spring Valley, whbo were the first to bat, putting together 30 in their first innings, S. Parry, with 15, got by careful cricket, standing alone in double figures. Flowerdale (who had rather a weak team) then handled the willow, 33 being the result, S. Dwyer 14, and Munro 8, being the highest scorers. Spring Valley did much better in their second attempt, and made a total of 66 runs, W. Cleeland 20, H. Grass 14, and Parry 12, being the highest scorers. Flowerdale responded with 75 runs for seven wickets, C. Hilliear 20, L. Dwyer 15, and T. Munro 14, batting well for their side. Flowerdale thus won by three wickets and 12 runs. L. Dwyer took four wickets for one run in the? first innings. -F. and W. Cleeland bowled well for Spring Valley..

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MRS. CAIRNS'S PADDOCK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891

1MRS. CAIRNS'S PADDOCK. TO TIIEEDITOiK OF TIlE CHUiONICLE. Sri,-I was much surprised on reading the report of the last "meeting of the Yea Shire Council, at h bich Mr. Davis volunteered to give evidence in reference to the burying of a horse in my bountlary Creek paddock. In the first place, he stated that the horse was only six feet fritm the surface. I have the authority of those who tried to save the aninmal that it woe down sixteen feet. Secondly, MIr. Davis said he filled up the well a second time three weeks ago, which mn ukes it appear ttat I only had it re-filled up after I got eotice from the Council. Seven mnonths ago I had a barb-wire fence erected in the paddock to prevent Mr. Webster's cattle from trespassing. The well was re-tfilled op then. I have not em ployed anyone inthe paddock during the last six months. now demand from Mr. Davis, at the nextmeeting of the Council, a public apology for having made false statte ments.-I am, &ce., J. JM. CAIRNS. Yea, March ...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. CHURCH AND SCHOOL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891

LETTERS TO T=E 1DITO. CHURCH AND SCHOOL. TO TO? EDITOE OF THE C5EONICLE. Sr?,-Although my name was not mentioned in connection with the recent burglary at Doogalook Sechool,TIbelleve there-are few persons who do not know that I was the offender. Few people would imagine that the writer and myself were on friendly terms prior to the outrage complained of. I must confess I have only met the gentle man once or twice, but on each occasion our intercourse was of a very friendly nature. My belief in his friendly saeling towards me was strengthened when, a few weeks prior to the burglary, I received from him a note in which he addressed me as "Dear Burgess," and asked a small favor which I felt pleased to grant I think underthesecircumstances I was justified in supposing that Mr. Brodie entertained a friendly feeling towards me. What I have done to turn him into an enemy I can't divine. I am not forgetting that I admitted having "burgled" into his school ; but when I have explained matters...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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CRICKET. YEA V. KOBYBOYN. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891

- r :. ..'?-8C T. YEA V. KOBYBOYN. Tun Yea cricketers journeyed to Koby boyn on Saturday, the 14th inst., to play that club the return match there. Morris captained the visitors, and S. Crawford the locals. The latter won the toss and decided to bat first. They compiled 64 before the last wicket was disposed of, Stewart 18, and S. Craw ford 10, being their top scorers. Morris bowled well throughout, secur ing eight wickets at a cost of 29 runs. Yea then took the wickets, and were disposed of for 46, or 18 behind their adversaries. H. and S. Crawford divided the bowling honors. Koby boyn thus came off victorious by 18 runs. The fielding, on the whole, was "fair."'Appended are the scores: Koenvors.--lst Innings. T. Yorkston. b Morris ... ... 5 C. Ferris, b Morris ... ...' ... I J Stewart, b Morris... ... ...18 S. Crawford, b Morris ... ... 10 J. Minchinton, b Morris ... ...O R. Crawford, b Morris ... ... J. Lightfoot, b Quinlan ... ... H. Ferris, run out ... ...2 E. Ferris, e Brodie, ...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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MONEY ORDER AND SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891

MONEY ORDER ND' SAVINGS IANK~ Open daily from 10 an.m. to 10 p.m. and on Saturdays, 10 a.m?to Noon. The Savings Blank re-opens on. Satun?la evenings. (for receipts and deposits only) from 6 to So 'clock?? "

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1891. WATER SUPPLY FOR YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891

WITHW ICH IS L\CORPORATED is cu a lcc'uplý. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1891. WAT3B StV .thT 0oe TZA. WHILE the surveyors are busily en gaged taking levels, preparatory to preparing designs for a scheme for supplying our township with water, and we are in the midst of a continuous drought, the end of which, un fortunately, appears to be rather re mote, wehave takenconsiderabletrouble to place before our readers what has been done by the Urban Waterworks Trusts in other parts of the colonies, and shall publish them in next issue. When the facts are closely scanned, and the difficulties that have been overcome carefully noted, we think it will be generally admitted that the de mands made by the people of the Yea township are not of a very extravagent character, and that they will be in quite as good a position to pay both principal and interest as the majority of the thirty-one Urban Trusts, which have done such good work in this colony. It must be observed that all ...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891

aopartitue an1 £.z'pa of 3(ans. JMLts close and arrive at the Yea Post Office atthe undermentiond houirs: CLOSE ATYEA FOR-? Ah. r.r MeIlbourne. ... - 8 6 Tallarook .. ... .. G Doogalook::Gz':: - Molesworth . 11 - Gobur ...11 Yarck 11 Alexandra... . s... 1 Murrindindi . . 12 10 Flowerdle =.'.. .12 10 M-Leish's .. 12 10 Underwood'sa .: .12 10 Devlin's ... ... ... 110 oblden's ..i. 12 10 6FI Murphy's' " . . 1 10 !RECEIVED AT EA FRO- .! . P F r. Tallarook.. ... .. 11 0 0 Mlelbourne..: .. :.11 30 0 30 Doogalook.. . ... 11 30 3tolesworthi ... - Gobur . .. - 6 Yarck ... - 6 Alexandra.. ... ... 8 30 6 Murrindindi ... ... 30 Flowerdle ... ... 1 30 M'Leish's . : .. .. ... 1 30 Undenvrwood's ..... Q 1 30 Devlin's ... . .. ... 1 30 Holden's ... ... ... 1 30 Murphy's ... .. . 130

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891

Ch?ch Services. ST. LUKE'S CH"URCH, YEA. GOOD FRIDAY. Services 10 a.m. 3.30 p.m:, Children. 7.30 p.m. Preacher, Rer. C. H. BAPnmS. EASTER SUNDAY. T HE Rev. C. H. BARNES will conduct Divine Service at the above Church on Sunday morning and evening next; also at Chin Ghin in the afternoon. Holy Com manion at all Services. Mr. E. H. Burgess at Molesworth 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 II1 o'clock, and in the evening at 7.30. In the afternoon at Homewood, at 3 o'clock. V. R. ovromment Avertisements. NOTICE.-CENSUS OF 1891. T THEREAS by an Act of the Parliament S of Victoria (5 Vict., No. 1171), en titled the Census Act 1891, it is enacted that an account shall be taken of the Population and of the Live Stock in the Colony : And whereas S.?Av.?r, the 5th day of April, 1591, has been fixed by the said Act as that on which such account shall be taken : It is hereby notifie...

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Rates of Postage. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891

To all places beyond the Australian Colonies (British New Guinea, Fiji, and New Hebrides excepted), 21d. per half. ounce. Post-cards to the United Kingdom, 2d. each. On letters to New South Wales, South Australia, Queensland, Tasmania, New Zealand, Fiji, British New Guinea, and New Hebrides, 21. per half-ounce; 2d. per ounce being formerly chrged. Registration of letters, packets, parcels,. &e., addressed to all places, 3d. in addi. tion to the ordinary rate of postage.

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Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891

2ai1way Time Tabole. ALEXANDRA ROAD To MEL?oUi' .. 1st. 2nd. m ixd Miixd Alexandra s. D. s. D. A.3.- P.M. Road ... . dep. 7 5 5 25 Cathkin ,.. 0 8 0 5 - 7.20 5 40 olesorth 1 0 9 .5 0 Balham ... 1 10 1 , 3 745 6-5 Cheviot . 2 4 1- 7 750 6 10 aorr. 8 10 6 30 Yea 3.: 0'3 2 0 . I dep 825 645 Homewood... 3 O1 7 - S 4.5 7 0 Kerrisdale,.: 4:10 3 1;- :: ? 17.16 1 Traiool ... 3 1 3 11 ) - 9 20 305'. I ar. 950 7 45 Tallarook ... 0 4 9 Eip, Eip. {dep. 10 20 83 Melbourne... 16 311' O arr. [11i56 943 MILOS~.UIETO ALEXADRA ROAD. Pass. s ...~ *A.. IA.M.P.M., Melbourne... IsO 2t. dep. d 7 40 5 S. D. S.D. (arr. 055 7 1 Tallarook ... 0 3 6 3 7 odep. 10 30 025 Trawool ... 10 0 7:0 I10O55 8 40 Kerrisdale .:. It 3 7 6- 11:1 .8 64 Homewood...12 3 8 3 - 1 10 n 11- 55 9 2. Yea ...1 3 0 0 I depp r.3 9 35 Cheviot ... 13 9 9 3 12 9 4 ialham ... 14 3 9 12 3010 0 Molesworth 15 310 3 - 12 450 1015 Cathkin ... 15 610 3 - 1 10?140 Alexandra Road ...16 311 0 arr. 1910 53 Change trains at TWallrook.

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891

.COQERIAoL&L MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Er ELXcTuc TELEGRa&H] MIELBOULvE, LAST 5IGCET. Messrs. IV. 3'ILcwansc and Co. report: CHEioxn-Good supply. Good to prime met with a ready sale at 4d to6d. and special lines at 8d per lb.; medium and inferior lines. 31d. BrrR. --Potted: Prime new weekly, Id1 to Is Id: medium to good, 6d to 8d. Large S?l?Py of spring potted forward, but r:y:re are ?t iclire., to operate, and very little is sElin?.. (Good prime spring sold at 6Sato 71d: icneri-r lower. Fresh: Owing to half of thi::s week being devoted to holiday makin:, there was a good supply. Best farm dairies sold at Is 2d to Is 5d per lb.; a few extra brands higher; good and ordi. nary ica:p, 10d to Is id; inferior lower. Encc.-Is 31d to Is 4d per dozen. PocuLTr.-The market is overcrowded, while the demand is very sdack, and the prices realised very low. PoPs--At our sale of carcase pork on Friday light weights fetched 41d, and heavy weights 31d per lb.

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USEFUL INFORMATION. YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891

USEFUL INFORMATION. YEA SIIIRdi COiXJCIL. Ordinary Monthly Meeting, First Satur. . day in each month, at 11 a.m.

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YEA PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891

'YEA PU1BLIC tI'RA RX Open daily,, frwdh'-IOra.m. t 10 p.m. Committee meets first .Tuesday in the m onth... Ilbrarian, Misa.White. YFA BOARD OF ADVIC. Meets the last Saturday in each month at 4 p.nt'

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YEA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891

? EA POLICE COURT,' ýMr. J. Keogh, P.Mt., attends on Tuesdays; S'"Mr. Webster, Clerk of Court, attendd daily.:. 2.

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YEA V. YARCK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891

YEA V. YARCK. The return contest between the above clubs took place at Yarck on Saturday lst. The Yea te:ml, on arriving at their destination, were met at the station by members of the local clab, who accompanied the visitors to the Yarck Hotel, where an excellent dinner was awaiting them. After the wants of the inner man had been supplied, an adjournment was made to the ground to begin negotiations. There was a good attendance, including a fair sprinkling of ladies, who ap peared to be taking great interest in the match. The pitch, which was a hard one, played fairly well. A. Le Brocq. captained the home team, and Morris die visitors. The former won the toss and hatted first, and were successful in p1utting together 67 runs before,the fall of the last wicket, J. -31'Mauamen playing a brilliant innings for 29, and J. Le BrcU IG1, being their highest scorers. Morris bowled splendidly, getting eight wickets for 15 runs., Ye then took the wickets and compiled 50 when the last wicket wa...

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YEA WARDEN'S COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 17. (Before Mr. Warden Keogh.) THE DOOGALOOK ANTIMONY MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891

TLA WA3RDEN'S COVET. TUESDAY, MARCH 17. (Before Mr. Warden Keoh.) THE. DOOGALOOK ANTIMONY MINES. Joseph Box Dean, mining valuer, Melbourne, and Thomas O'Shea, miner, Doogalook, applied for a lease, for a term of 15 years, of 9a. Or. 15p., at Doogalook, known as "Murchison's Antimony Hill," in the parish of Windham. Mr. C. Marriott Watson (barrister at-law, Melbourne) appeared in sup port of the application. Mr. Jackson opposed, on behalf of William Stellner, John Stevens, John Petersen, and Thos. Scott, the grounds of objection being that his clients held under miner's rights, and had the ground duly registered; also that they bad an agreement with Mr. E. S. Pur cell, executor for the lessee, to mine and pay compensation Mr. Watson contended that the ob jectors could not hold under two titles, and the Warden having concurred, the following evidanc.awaa given.: Thomas O'Sbea, miner, Dairy Creek, one of the applicaiits for the lease, stated that on the 16th of January last he marked t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891

Busincss Notico.. r1jE rYEA CHRONICLE .CONTANS All the News of the District. RATE OF SU?scoirrTIO$: Town. Posted. Yearly .. 120 14 0 Ifalf-yearly.. 6 0 7 0 Quarterl- ... 3 0 3 6 Ne?w s ?ubscrsibe can begin at any time. F.. l : ?'mrosq _- . S ' ... ... 3D.AENT: TILE' YEA CIRONID CLE isiall the Latest Designs. EVERYTHING EXECUTED LN THE BEST STYLE, Fast A VISmINo CARD TO A L?;E PooStES Billheads. all sizes. Memo. Forms. SProspectuses. l Ihanee-sheets. Mlining Scrip. Call Noties ful ypes, Dividend Warrants. Receipt and Delivery okgns. o Ladies' and Gent's Visiting Canre. Biall Progrl ammes. Concert Programmes and Tiekets. Business and Hotel Cards emills of Fare. Circularbels, Gummed or Plain.t Type. Proandbills, Posters. Mining Scrip. SaReceiptl onr Specimens, and ask for Prices, before Sending your onyrds. Outills of the District Ree Lbels, that a Loaled or Plarintin ce is a aLocal Indstry-that it Employrs. s Labor--that its Income is c Expended in the Town and District. Modica1. "Dis...

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THE CASE OF MRS. MŒLLER. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891

TEE CASE OF 0 S. HXQBLL . - GREAT EXCITEMENT IN SYDNEY. lx 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-tpe-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, but the late experiences of Mrs. Laure Mreller are enough to startle the dead. AMrs. Mealler, 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 complaints for years, and about three months previous to the present time was completely prostrated and unable to work ; dropsyof the ankles and 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 and enfeeble ment of the membranes of the Liver and Kidneys, which permit...

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TUESDAY, MARCH 24. (Before Messrs. J. C. Senders (chairman, J. Bett, and T. S. Sale, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891

TUESDAY, MAR ~ 24. (Before Messrs. J. C. fbnders (chair man, J. Bett, and T. S. ale, J.P.'k) Constable Polniear cbtrged James Hickey, a strong, able-belied man of about 45 years of age, wtih having no lawful visible means of ipport. De fendant pleaded guilty. F Complainant stated tlhi the accused had been drinking heavijfor the last three or four weeks; was lyi1g about in back yards and stables at MIr. Conlan's and Mr. Dessour's. Chas. Davey, landlord of the Royal Mail Hotel, stated that on Friday last, and several days previously, he ordered defendant off his premises. Saw several bottles of grog in the defendant's pos session, and the bottles corresponded with those in witness's cellar, which had been broken into. Defendant stated that he had been in the lock-up for four days, and had no idea that a charge of this kind was to be brought against him. He asked, under the circumstances, for a post ponement. He was astonished. at a charge of this kind being brought against him. In rep...

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