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"ALADDIN." [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891
(Ba OLD PLoLGOER.) An noe! how old one must necessarily feel as he recalls all the delightful memories as sociated with H. J. Byron's grand old bur lesque of "Aladdin." I have seen it hashed up by some of the " grand phantasmagorias" that travel on wheels through the Old Coun. try, playing to the "real, genuine tip. toppers" at a shilling per head, and gradu ally sloping downwards till the twopenny standing plank-boards were reached. I have seen it gorgeously staged at the old anl new Theatre Royal, in Melbourne ; at the Theatre Royal, Ballarat; at the Lyceum, Sandhurst; at military camps and digging townships in the mountains of New Zealand. As I waited on Friday evening in one of the "patent softwood seats" for the rising of the curtain my mind's eye wandered back to the days when the Melbourne Theatre Royal could boast of possessing one of the best conmpanies in the world, when the great Thespian trium virate of Williamson, Garner, and Musgrove existed not, and G eorge Coppin, Di...
YEA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 17. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M., Messrs. Scale, Bett, and Sanders, J.P.'s.) DRIVING CATTLE WITHOUT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891
. TEA:POLIO? OO-V T. TUESDAY, 'MARCH 17. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.., Messrs. Scale, Bett, and Sanders, J.P.'s.) DRIVING CATrrLE WITHOUT NOTICE J. B. Hamilton, Doogalook, v. Ed ward N3'Carthy, cattle drover.-This action, which was before the court a fortnight previously, and adjourned for the consideration of the P.M., was brought in order to test the right of defendant to drive cattle along the main road abutting on plaintiff's pro perty without giving notice. Mr. Graham appeared for complain ant. Defendant did not appear. Mr. Keogh pointed out that the summons, as drawn, up, did not dis close any specified offence, as it should have stated that complainant was the owner of not less than 500 sheep. It was no offence to drive cattle along a road, cless the summons specified that plaintiff was the possessor of not less than 5t0 sheep. Mr...Grahbam said he could prove that his client was the possessor of 500 sheep. . Mr. Keogh : Why was it not dis closed in the summons I *Mr. Graham : T...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891
zEWS .&1 NOTES. CArTAf1 M'LcEIes left here on Monday morning, several friends assembling at the station to say good-bye. He sails with his team of Modnted Riflemenon Saturday. We all hope they will give a good account of themselves. IT is very prolable that "Aladdin" will be repeated about three weeks hence, as a large number who were unable to attend last Fridayare anxious to see it. Popular prices will be charged. WE regret to learn that Mr. J. D. M. Gray hasbe compelled to file his schedule. Litabilities, :27 . 1Od.; ansets, £13 10s. MA. T. Cos.os's Hyacine, who won the Selling Bace at Jamieson last week, was sold for £24. , Tue concert and ball given by the Yea lMounted Rifles has resulted in a net profit of £10-a very nice addition to the fund for defraying the expenses of the non.commis sioned officers and privaats while in Eng land. THE 5.25 p.m. train from Alexandra-road has been altered to 5.10 p.m., arriving at Yea at 6.15 and departingat 6.30 p.lt. Pas. sengers wi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891
SA v Mo.Nt by sending to Lincoln, Stuart and Co., Limited, 238 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 gooal serviceable all - wool suit to measure for 142s.; try thelm.--[ADV.] F. FOR SALE. S ECOND-HAND PIANO (Broadwood) for Sale, Cheap. S. DESSOUR. To Farmers, Landowners, and Others. T RUST and other MONEYS to LEND for 2, 3, 4; or 5 years. Interest from 5 per cent. per annum. HUGHES A~D COMPANY, 323 Collins-street, Melbourne. BOSS.,, , S tUb Embro. ROSSHEI ,uL,,ee I -O raiunaed 2 ,CAimeui4 , ! sr , sp_ ,, ?_ Tr t S3linesa Notices: J. SHARMAN CRAWFORD,: CE.; AUTHORISED SURVEYOR, LICENSED under. Transfer of Land Statute. Late Engineer to Shire of StawelL LLA-D AND Ey.INEEnNGo SURVEYSEFFErrED Valuations Made. DIEMLOeS : Municipal Surveyor under Local Govern ment Act, 1874. Authorised Surveyor under Board of Land and Worls. Special License ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 26 March 1891
S"sianss llbtics. Brooks's Magic Eye Lotion .T HIS VALUABLE LOTION Guaranteed to Cure SANDY BLIGHT, INFLAMED EYES and LIDS, DIMNESS of SIGHT, Ac., In Many Cases the Cure being Instantaneous. It will be found very beneficial by those who suffer from Weak Eyes, or whosm e occu pation compels them in any way to strain their Eyes. BR00KS'S MALGIC EYE LOTION, While Effectinz a Speedy and Permaneot Cure, nevar ~o.rtoe the fIcs harmn to the ig5ht and may be applicl to the Eyes of young children as well as those of grown-up people ; but when sening written orders the ages of the children should always be given. Once Tested--Alays Tried. T. BROOKS, THm PsonIDEaCE RHaEF, TEA. Orders may be Left with, and Particulars I as to Cases Treated obtained from, Mrs. E. G. Wouos, tigh-ntreCt, Yes. TiE COEsAEST STORE IN TEA! SIER BROTHERS General Storekeepers, HIGH-STREET YEA. ErVEr Dsccr.s~ rlo OF GRocERIEs, lors', 'Youms', AND Mewss CoirIIo, Iso.MosGeRr, Fulcr Goon, Bioo AND SliOFS, AC., Ac., AC., IS ...
CRICKET. YEA V. WHITEHEAD'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 April 1891
OBn 10 ET. YEA V.' WHITEHEAD'S CREEK. THE retursni mtch between the above clubs was played at Trawool on Saturday last. Rain fell the whole time whilst the game was being played; therefore, tihe scoringon both sides was small. Yea came off vic torious by 10 runs. The fielding was good.' Appended are the scores : WVHllTEHar D' Cr.EK.-Ist Innings. Lighfout. c Gorlon, b Quinlan ..; 0 Powell, b Uwnie ..;. ... .... 1 Sloudary, b Quinlan ... . 2 Kini;c uilb, h uno.wn. .2, .9 w esia. 0.. Ward d Inhn ... - :ul0.a Doxey .c d b ownie : 0 Freiwin, bfQiiilaii . .. ... 2 Halpin, r ount .;, : ... ,. I .IDenpsey, nott ou ..2. ... Sundtries . 5 Total... ... .. ... 24 2nd Innings. Lightfoot, b Morrima s . ...' -:.. 0 Powll, ht. wkt, b Dowuni... .... 2 Moudarytdl.Morria ...... .; 2 King, b luwnie . ... . 12 Grey, b Morris .. .. WVies, b Mnrris . -:. . 1 Ward, c Aladdocks b Downie . Doxey, b Downie .... ::.. ... 2 SFrewin, h Morri .... ... 3 Halpin, b Downie .. .. Dempsey, not out ... . .. 0 Sundries ...
YEA TEMPERANCE REGIMENT. ANNUAL PICNIC AND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 April 1891
TEA TEMPENCE R BEGIZNT. ANNUAL PICNIC AND CONCERT1 THE break-up of the lone drought, which was so gladly welcomed in the district, proved rather unfortunate for the annual gathering of the Yea Temperance Regiment, whose cosmopolitan invitation has been, as a rule, generally availed of by the people of town and district. There were several at tempts to fuon line for the procession, and at length those belonging to the Regiment, the Juvenile ReChabites, and the Loyal Yea Lodge of Oddfellows, braved the elements, and marched through the town, headed by the Alexandra Baud, under Mr. Louis Bossing's leadership, who were specially engaged for the occasion. After the parade through Station and High Streets, the pro cession, followed by a goodly number, marched to the Recreation Reserve, where the pavilion erected for the Childrens Picnic was lined in with calico. MissLexy. Gray and M1iss . Wall were inside, and had everything in apple-pie order, and managed in some mysterious way. only kno...
MRS. CARNS AND MR. DAVIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 April 1891
MRS. C.\niMN ANDl) MR. IDAVII.S.. * "TO'-THi-r.'(rlT O¥ii lLCUILNIWLIL. Sl,-Would you kindly allow me spulce-in your. nex.tissuq to iia.ke a short stateiii~dit wit.h j.iefereiice to Mrs. Cairas'sletter.in.youtlast issue, iii which she delmands from uie it public apology " for h:ving,'' as she said, " iumde false statements at the last meeting of the Yes Shire Council, concerning a horse that was buried in. her Boundary Creek paddock." I have no desire to quarrel withl Mrs. Cairns, but under the circumstafices I ain compelled to make known publicly what I did say at that imeeting.. I sIid I was on the ground abouttithree weeks, and found the hole full up-level.with .the surface, but did not say.wheli it was filled ; also that the horse wias bliuried about eight br nine feet below the surface. These are the statements .I made, and are correct, and I have'responsible men to prove what I say. ..I .cannot upologise for speaking the truth i;-either can I suffer. my character to be stained...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE TOWN PUMPS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 April 1891
L.wTTZS TO TWB EDITOR. =THE TOWN PUMPS. TO T ED?U EIToR UF THlE CHRO.ICF. SIR,-I beg to say a few words in Inomory of my dear departed brother who has done duty such a long time at the creek near Mr. Sharp's place. The poor fellow prolbably caught a cold standing near the water, and was therefore consideired useless, but if a doctor Id l; een called iit he would have Ieli 'ill right in a few days, and would undoubterdly do good duty yet if he was put near Mr. lliort's place, where he?woul I benelit that part of the town. 1 think it is a gross mistake of the Comnunitte to recouimmend selling my brother for 30s. Surely, the rate p;ayers have a say in thle maltter, and will inot allow thiings of this kind to be done. . Hoping to seermy brother com fortably established at the other end of the towli,- I a.u, &a., . STO\ rLM11'. I.
Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 April 1891
i ailway Tuil Table, . ALth.SDRL ROaflt J RAiT L U11 1st. 2nd. : lixd Ix Alexandra s: s. D. Al .M Road : ' dep. 7 I I 10 Cathkhi 08 0 5 720 328 Molesworth, 1 2 , - 7 :01 Balhamn 1 101 3 i7 45 80 Chlisibt .2 41 66. 0 J am :100159, lea . 3 '3 o 3 : dep 8 30:, Hoomewbod... 2:1 2 5 - 6 44 Kerriedale.. 3 4 3 7 13 Trawool ..0 I 3. 1 01 7 1 Tallarook .... 7 4 0 9 .Ex lt p ldep 10 20 0, flrc ..moowo 160311 Of arr. i56 9,4 MELnoWis E rO ALESan.DOA Roan .jI Pats, loss. A.1. P011. Melbourie.. 1st. kld. dep. 7 4 }5 2 S. D. S. Clre 9 .D s?? 9 71_ Tallarock ... 9 3 6 3 Ilep 10 a0 02. - Trawool ...10 0 7 0- 10 N 8 40 Kerrisdale... 11 3 7 6 11 il 8 61 Homiewood... 12 3 S 8 11 33 0 10 l". 11 5 9'2; Yea ... 13 3 9 0 Cheviot ... 13 9 93 - 12 9 41 12 191 Ballin 14 3 9 6 12 3010 0 1ol sworth 15 3 10 3- 12 4610 14l Cthklin ... I 10 10 1 1 010 40 roa 1 ... ll 311 0 eL I, 10 .3
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1891. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 April 1891
ýhc Ica th onick WTIT WHICH IS INCORPOwRTED 1lcni ..?_cg>c up . PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1891. NEWS AND NOTES. - 0 Ax Engineer will probably be appointed by the Shire Council on Saturday next. IT seems very probable that Mr. Alfrel Deakin will accept the vacant portfolio in the Cabinet. TEsvErns for the Roman Catholic Presby tery, which were to close to-day, will be received up to Thursday next. WVz publish to-day a sunnmmary of the operations of the Urban Water Truste of the Colony. The average rating appears to be about Is. 6d. in the £. AT the request of a large number of per sons who had not seen Aladdin, and in response to pressing invitations, the Yea Amateur Dramatic Club has decided to re peat "Aladdin" next Thursday evening, at the popular prices of 2u. and Is. THE Sunday evening services atSt. Luke's Church, the seating acconnunoation of which has now been completed, will commnuence at 7 o'clock during the winter months, and next Sunday evening, when...
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 April 1891
D iputn. -an$ "6rlal "of;Ma31s., S.. ,..1 "1 ^ , t"44 l ,":.4141 "& .'l?"; . iuure. ''lo'sl and arle'? t thi lea Poel SOfi-e at the undermentiened hous: - .elb r i -..'. CLOSE AT I'Zk*OR A.M!. t.31. Talli'ook ... , , 8 6 . (obur ... . ... : 11 Yark ...11 lrandra:--- .- 11 Mhrrindindi ..'.. 12 10 Flowerdale ...--... 12 10 MLeish'sl-'F.'..i, ,-1210 l.? • Underiroo' 12 ] > Devlin's .. '' 12 I10 1ohlden's.?.% ;."TL . . ... 12 10 ..11 10 (a; . .urphysl. . . .. 1 310 ir RECEIVED AT YEA hFtI-- A.3i P.M. Tallarook ... .., 11 0 030 Melbourne..: " ' 11 ( 9 30, Doil? .eii .. " . 110 ]-= Gobur . ... - ... - 6 Yarek ;.. 0?1 .'[ : A lexand a .... . ? . Murriudild- ? .- 0- .., Flowldedale 1 3 8 0 " B.vhy s ..... mot: . . -o i De rlin's . 30 Ifoldcseý'ib ,T . , 13 Muphys ... - .. 1 30;
THE URBAN WATER TRUSTS OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 April 1891
TUEE vMAN WaTER TAYT8S OF . TEE COLONY. WE are indebted to :that yearly im proving publication, the '" Victorian Municipal Directory," for the following particulars relative to the borrowing, rating, and works connected with the Urhan Water Trusts of the Colony : Tile Carishrook and Majorca United Waterworks Trust, which supplies the boroughs of Carisbrook and Majorra, -with a populationi of 2,700, embraces an area of 10,418 acres. The loan granted to the Commissioners amounts to L26,000, and the estimated cost of the works L2$,000. The Talbot- Re - servoir is the basis of supply. The Borough of Daylesford Trust supplies 3,800 people, and embraces an area of over 4,000 acres. The .Joans amount to L'7,000. The:water:rate charged is 5 per cent. in the pound, based on the municipal valuation, the minimon chargo eitng 21s...The.wattr is brought in to Dalesfohnl: from ; the 'Dividinig Range 't Buillarto,, distance of seven miles, through pipes.. There is a servico crderviir on the iop of...
YEA RACE CLUB. PROTESTS AND DISQUALIFICATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 April 1891
TEA IACE CLV. I'ROTFSTS AND "b AEicATrIONS A. ime-rixa oft the rtewards was held at the Caledi~iian HoteL osi Thursiday night, to consider protests and transact other business. Present i Messrs. J. Downie (Presidentj, T. (C.' Waddell (Vice-President), J. C. Sanders (Judge), W. -Purcell '(Honri. retary), Dan. M'Leishl (Treasurer), J. D. Webster, jun. (Starter), E. Smith, jun. (Clerk of Course), E. M'Cristtl,Stowell Marshall, P. Galvin, M. J. Kelly, R. Coles, jun., P. W. Conlan, A 1. Snodgrass, A. M'Kenzie, and E. Smith. Mr. Smith asked if tihe protests were to be decided'by" the Stewards who had been on the ground, or by a gene ral meetinig of the club I The President: I think all who are in th'e room have been appointed Stewards. The Secretary was of opinion that the Stewards appointed at the previous meeting had only been appointed for that night. The following fresh appointments were then made :-Messrs. M. J. Kelly, to act for G. Scott; J. C. Sanders, for M. Durin; A-H.: Snodgrass...