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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 9 April 1891
_ t::?,au - Nqoti-l- .- - -,L"ET-TEA CGHRO ICLE All the News of the DistrictJ RATE oF Sr?cIarrriTlos: TowE. 'osted. -. 'D.. S.D. Yearly ... 12 0 14 0 Half-yearly ... 6 0 " O'ii Quarterly ... 3 0 3 60 -ew Subscribers can begin at any time. TOWN .AGENTS : i E. S. PccELL AiD Co. T. C. WADDLL , aIJ.. vLLT;; :Z , • . Si.ns sl'- . - , ::;. SrscLE Cur:s.' 3...D. s.~ ,iTiHREYEA CHROrNICLE JOB PRIlTIMN( OFFICE IS Replete with a Varied Selection of the SNwest and Most Beantiful types, in hll the Latest Designs. EVERYTHING EXECUTED IN THE REST STYLE, FRwsM A i aisrs CARD TO A L\nmE POSTF. Billhealas, all sizes. Memo. Formm. Circulars, in Plain or Script Type. Prospectuses. Balance-sheets. Mining Scrip. Call Notices. Dividend Warrants. Receipt and Delivery Iooks. Ladies' andi Gent's Visiting Canrds. Ball Programmes. Concert Programmes and Tickets. Business and Hotel Cards. Bills of Fare. Labels, Cummed or Plain. IHandbills, Posters. &c., &,., Ae. Call and See our Specimens, and ...
YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, APRIL 4. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 9 April 1891
EsA, Izza: OV?, CIL. SATURDAY, APRIL 4. Tna usual monthly meeting of the council was held on Saturday last. Present: Crs. Sanders (President), Scale, M'Cormick, Ferguson, Under wood, Webster, Carver, Richards, and Quinlan. MINUTES. After the minutes were read, Cr. M'Cormick proposed,. and Cr. Under wood seconded-" That the minutes of the last ordinary meeting and special meeting, as read this day, be adopted. Cr. Webster entered his protest against payment of money at a special meeting as being illegal.. and he also olbjected to Cr. M'Cormick's motion re appointing a committee to inspect Mrs. Cairns' paddock, as the hole was ordered to be filled in at a previous meeting, and even at the special meet ing which passed. Cr. M'Cormick's motion an order was made to have it enforced. He therefore asked that Cr. M'Cormick's motion, in the face of previous motions, should be struck out, as it was informal and illegal. The President: I do not know if you are aware that legal proceedings are ...
THE MOUNTED RIFLES IN CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 9 April 1891
Ir the weather.b? dep~LarytlM n like fine, the LIncefiel ? snction camp would have beenr a ii~.~irhctssful and useful one: from 's?soldier's point of view. The sitiftiBii-Ltis xcellent, and the country around about afforded splendid opportusines?t or practibe? There was no chance o -a stray cannon ball careering about -Vietoria, for the ranges served:.as is good substantial: background, an effectual stopper of the heaviest metal: But (he rain came and spoiled the promise-fdir, andinrde everything miserable. - Thebustle and mo%'emeht of forming a camp is riot the :lest interesting portion of the work our soldiers are called ontodo. First ofill thehorseshave' to be seen to7;Saddlesare taken off and "dressed"in a line at the rear. Then the horses hlve td b ecuied. This is done by pegging long stout lines to the ground, to which the head-stall ropes are fastened. The, animals take very kindly to this portion of the business, and get along famously"with each other until they find that, :...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 9 April 1891
Church Services. ST. LUKE'S CHIURCHi YEA. T HE Rev. C. H. BARNES will conduet Divine Service at the above Church on Sunday morning and evening next; also at Moleeworth in the afternoon. Holy Communion at afternoon Service. Mr. J. T. Daley at Ghin Gkin in the afternoon. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. TJHE Rev. D. MILNE will conduct .L Divine Service (D.V.) in the above Church next Sabbath at Yea, morning at 11 o'clock, and in the evening at 7. In the afternoon at Homewood, at 3 o'clock. Imrait Mvrt.ismnt. NOTICE.-CENSUS OF 1891. A LL ces of neglect on the part of the Ceneus Collectors should be reported without delay to the Government Statist Letters addressed to the "Government Statist, Melbourne," and marked outside with the word " Census," are delivered free of postage. HENRY HEYLYN H AYTER, Government Statls Offce of the Government Statist, Melbourne, 4th April, 1891. VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. TEDEP.S areinvited for the SUPPLY of 200 TONS of FIREli OODat the LNGINE SHED. ALEXANDRA ROAD. Par...
Rates of Postage. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 9 April 1891
R ates of ostago. y: To all places beyond the Australisn Colonies (British New Guinea; Fiji, and New Hebrides excepted), 2)d. per half. Post-cards.to the United Kingdom, Sd. each. -On letters to New South Wales, South Australia, Queensland;. Tasmania,:' Noew Zealand; Fiji, British New Guinea, and New lhebrides, 2d. :per half-ounce; 2d. per. ounce being formerly. charged. Registration of letters, packets, parcels, &c., addressed to all places, 3d. in -addir tion to the ordinary rate of postage. Owsing to representations made by Imperial Government it has beet~ decided to restrict, for the present, the ieduced rate (Sid) of foreigo postage to the United Kingdom only, and as regards all other countries to revert to the charges made previous to the lst January, 1S91, until after the Postal Congress to be held in Vienna in Mlay next.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 9 April 1891
Brooks's Magic Eye Lotion TIlS VALUABLE LOTION Guaranteed to Cure SANDY BLIGHT, INFLAMEII EYES and :LIDS, DIIMNESs of SIt8GT, &e., In Many Cases the Car e hing Instantaneous. It will be found very beneficial by those wIso suffer from Weak Eyes, or whose occu. pation compels than in auy wray to train BROOKS'S MAGIC EYE LOTION, While Effecting a Speedy and Permanent Care, ereresrwa the kafu hartm to the sight and may be applied to the Eyes of young children as well as those of grown-up people; but when sending written orders the ages of the children should always be given. Once Teefst- -Ahays Tried ' T. BROOKS, S Ta I'novnrsc? RE-E, YA. Orders may be left with, and I'articulars as to Cases Treatedl obtained from, Mrs. E. G.' WtLsos, IHigh-street, Yea. TES DoEAFEST STORE fT TEA! SIER BROTHERS General Storekeepers, HIGH-STREET YEA. Event Descwrarzos or (r0oERIEs, Bors', Yorns', A\. M?DI's CtoaraesL , SIan -isoesanr, F..c Goon,'ras c.nD Saors, kc; &c., kc., iL OaEAT V.lIE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 April 1891
AN ACTUAL EXAMPLE' Of tha BENEFITS to be DERIVED from INSURING your IF hi.' MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETYZ M R. JAMES WATERS, of Mortlake, took out an Endowment Assurance Policy in I THE AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY for £200 in lMach, 1875, but ceased paying premiums in September, 1879, up to whikh date He had only paid 4k years premiums, amounting in all to £80 3s. He died in Oc tber, 1890, and on application at the ofice it was found that, in terms of the Liberal Non-Forfeiture Regulation of the Society, the. surrender value of the Policy and Bonuses had been applied to meet unpaid premiums,and that The Assurance was still in force, notwithstanding that no payments had been made for lI years. Dnring that time The Soeiely adpanced ... ..... £127 5 for Premiums and Interest besides which the Assurance had been increased by omlonses armoun/ingq /o... ... ... . ... £73 O 0 The case therefore stood thus:- ' Original Sum Assured... ... ... ... £200 0' 0 Yonuses added to Policy ..........
KEEP GOOD COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 April 1891
B EEP GOOD COMPANYT KEFEP good company or none. Never be idle. If your hands can't be use fully employed, attend to the cultiva tion of your mind. Always tell the truth. Make few promises. Live up to your engagements. Keep your own secrets if you have any. When you speak to any person, look him in the face. Good company and conversation are the very sinews of virtue. Good character is above all things else., Your chairater caniot" be essentially' injured except by your own acts. If. anyone speak evil to you, let your life be so that none will believe him Drink no kind of intoxicating liquors. Ever live (misfortune excepted) within your income. When you retire to bed think over what you have been doing during the day. Make no haste to get rich if you will prosper. Small andl steady gains give competency, with a tranquil mind. Never play at anly game of chance. Avoid temptation, through fear you may not withstand it. Earn money before you speeld. it. Never run ill debt unless you see ...
MELBOURNE'S FOUNDATION DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 April 1891
M .ELO RTNE 'S 1 owAT I.ON ' DAY. 1IELBOURNE was founded on April 16, 1837. Sir Richard Bourke, Governor of New South Wales, arrived in the Rattlesnake from Sydney on April 4, for the purpose of inspecting the pro posed city boundaries. Sir Richard Bourke, Captain Lonsdale, Captain King, and Mr. Hoddle, of the Survey Department at Sydney, assembled in the famous hut, then in the occupation of Captain Lonsdale, and deliberated upon the name to be given to the city. Capt. Lonsdale suggested Glenelg, the title of the Colonial Secretary of the period. The Governor did not, how ever, approve of the suggestion, and after some discussion it was decided to call the city after the Premier of the period, Lord Melbourne. Sir Richard Bourke was, however, quite convinced that the city at the entrance of the river (Williamstown) was to be the future metropolis, and to that he gave the name of the reigning monarch, William, then fast tottering down the last few asthmatical months that were to end ...
YEA POLICE CORT. TUESDAY, 14TH APRIL (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M., and Mr. E. S. Purcell, J.P.) TRUANT CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 April 1891
TEA POLZOE .00 R. TUESDAY, 14rIE Ar (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M., anlIr. E. S. Purcell, J.P.) RITUANT C5IILDRE.Y. J. T. Jackson, Truant Offic v. Thos. Spargo.-No appearance of (efendant. Complainant stated that, albugh de fendant resided within a mile na a half of the school, the boy had only aended 23 days during the lass quarter i the year 1890. Fined 2s. 6d., or 12 hooetimprison. meat, as it was a first offence. , Same v. Wim. Hicks.-Ddfenant stated that his little girl had been badrith sandy blight a great portion of that atlter, and word was sent to the teacher, uis told the child to stay at home. Mr. dckson said that the teacher had received nootice, and had made no note whatever alot it. This was the second complaint abut the same child, who had only attended 341? s durin the quarter. There was also anther child whose attendance was not compete, but he did not proceed for that, as he, tiought this would be a sulficient caution. Fined 10s., or 48 hours' imprisonment, it was a se...
ADJOURNED MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 April 1891
ADJOURNED 'MEETING. The adjourned meeting of the coun cil was held on Saturday last, all the councillors being present. The follow ing motions were carried: Cr. M'Cormick proposed, and Cr. Scale seconded--" That all the minutes recorded in the wire-netting minute book up to date' be confirmed by. this council." Cr. Scale proposed, and the Presi dent seconded-" That plans and spe cifications be prepared for making road opposite' Postfi8 i, th"& plans tobe submitted to public'works committee before tenders are invited." Cr. M'Cormick proposed, and Cr. Underwood seconded-" That the new Engineer be instructed to immediately call for tenders for tarring, painting, and screwing up all screws, bolts, and washers at Molesworth bridge." Cr. Carver proposed, and Cr. Fer guson seconded-" That a committee of the council, consisting of Crs. Fer guson, Scale, and the mover, be ap pointed to supervise the erection of the municipal yards, pass progress pay ments, and report to the council a...
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 April 1891
Dogsture a?d Arrival of Mails. MAILS 'closo and arrive at the Yea Post Office at the undermentioned hours: CLOSEATTEA FOR- A.M. PM.,, Melbourne... , Tallarook .. .. ... 8 Doogalouk.... .. . Molesworth .. 11 - bur ... ... ... 11 Alexandra... 11:> 8 Murrindiudi, 1.. . .. 10 flowerda1, fr... 12 1 TLeish'ls ; :.. 1 10 Underwood's .. 1 10a Devlin's.. .. . 12 10 Holden's . .. 12 I 1 Murphy's . 12 10 RECEIVED AT YEA FROM- A.M P.M. Tollarook ..: • .1130 9,30 Melbourne..... 11 30 930 Doogalook ... ... .. 11:30 MTolesworth . :. - 6 Gobur ... ... . Yarck ... . .. . - 6 Alerxandra... 8 30 6 Murrindi.di . ° `1 31 Flowerdaloe .. 1 30 MALeish's ' .. -.." " 1. 0 Underwood's ' o.; :... 1 30 Devlin'a ... '... 1... 0. Holden's ... .... ... 0 ( 1 0 Murphy's... ' e... 130
YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, APRIL 4. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 April 1891
"TZE-A 'SZ8 OOQ IOZL. SAT RDAY, APRHL 4. Tre ousal :monthly meeting of the council was held on Saturday last. Present: .Cr. Sanders (President), Scale, M'Cormick, Ferguson, Under wood, Webster, Carver, Richards, and Quinlan. CORRESPONDENCE. From George Blackman, Flowder dale, stating that Wm. Collins, who had the contract for grubbing and clearing the main road from Flower dale Post-office to the Junction cutting, was stacking the timber lie had grubbed in close proximity to the writer's fence, and positively refused to remove same, though the specifica tions set forth that the timber must be burnt. Mr. Blackman asked that the work should not be passed until the timber was taken further away from hisfence.-The Engineer said he had kept sufficient money in hand to have the contract completed according to specification., Cr. Scale suggested that the reporters might make a note of it, as he had received seveial conimunica tions on the saine subject. Mr. Steuart said it had'bien notifie...
Rates of Postage. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 April 1891
WEtes of Postage. I ; To all. places beyond the Australian Colonies (British New Guinea, Fiji, and. New Hebrides excepted), 2)d.. per t.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, 2d. per half-ounce; 2d. per ounce being formerly.charged?': Registration of letters, packets, parcels,- &e., addressed to all places, 3d. in addi tion to the ordinary rate of postage. -Oseingto represcutations madehylImperiaf Goerimdnt it shas heesidedided to ristrict, for the, present, the reduced rate (21d) of foreign postage to the United Kingdboi only, . and as regrdls all other countries to. revert to the charges made privious to thh Ist. Jaiuary, 1891, until after the Postal Congress to be held in Vienna in May nex.t .
WIND UP OF THE CRICKETING SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 April 1891
WflD PVF OF TXE CRXOCETflT SEASON. Os Monday evening the Yea Cricket Club ivound" up its very successful season by a dinner at the Caledonian Hotel. About 20 cricketers sat down to a sumptuous spread, got up in Mr. and 3liss Conlan's very best style. Mr. E. S. Purcell, one of the patrons of the club, presided, and began the toast-list with "The Queen iand Royal Family," fol lowing it up with that of " ihe Yea Criekd. ters," coupled with the n.ne of the captain, Mr. Morris. The Chairman said that it af forded him great pleasure to be present on such.an occasion as that. -'By all aecounts, the Yea Cricket Club had hbl a. very sud ceasful seasrm, and as Ie was a great lover of the grand old greime, he took great inte rest in the matches played by the load club. lie hoped that it would not be the last time Ihe would have the pleasure of being present at a cricketers' dinner in Yea. (Applause.) Mr. Morris, who was warmly received, thanked them for the hearty way in which the toast had be...