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"ALADDIN." [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 April 1891
"A. L AD, I i" "ALADDIN" was repeated at the Shire Hall on Thursday night- by the Yea Amateurs, who, in spite of a continual fire of interruptions, which it is to be hoped will not be again permitted, kep, the audience in the best of humor from" startto finish, and had it not been for theinterruptions referred to, the burlesque wonld have been much better produced than it was on the first occasion. In spite of these drawbacks, how ever, the piece went smoothly and merrily, most of the songs were well rendered, and the by-play was sufficiently emphasised to keep the audience in touch right through. As the Emperor, Mr. Alick J1'Kay looked. every inch a monarch; M?r. Fred. Martin was quite at home in the character of the Virier; Mr. Charles M'Kay gave a careful rendering of the character of Pekoe, the love-sick swain; Mr. John C. Smith was well up in the magic business; the Man darins (Messrs. R. Drysdale, S. Wall, and J. Robinson) were as decorous as aristocrats of the Celestial Empir...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] THE TYPHOID FEVER CASES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 April 1891
LETTERS TO TEE DITOR. [We do not hold-oumsel?sm responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discnsaion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] THE TYPHOID FEVER CASES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. Sm,--Will you kindly in your next issue publish the following certificate in reply to a report given by Mr. Lang (Acting Health Officer), and oblige-Yours, &c., MARGARET MONTGOMERY. Yea, April 15, 1891. To Mrs. Montgomery, Station-street, Yea. dMadam,-As the medical attendant of your daughter, Miss Jeannie Brown, who has been suffering from typhoid fever, and William Seery, who has been suffering from the same disease, I have pleasure in enclosing the following certificate: I have most carefully examined your premises on several occasions, both before and since the outbreiak of typhoid fever in your house, and I most distinctly deny that your premises are in an insanitary edmlition. On the contrary, I have found everything clean, and the back premises in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 April 1891
Church Services. 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. -Holy Communion at afternoon Service. Mr. J. T. Daley at Spring Valley in the morning, and Strath Creek in the afternoon. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. THE Rev. D. MILNE will conduct 1 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 Dairy Creek, at 3 o'elock. Government Avortisemeats. NOTICE.-CENSUS OF 1891. ALL cases of neglect on the part of the A1 Census Collectors should be reported without delay to the Government Statist. Letters addressed to the "Government Statist, Melbourne," and marked outside with the word " Census," and all telegrams, similarly addressed, headed with the word " Census," are delivered free of postage or charges. . HENRY HEYLYN HAYTER, Government Statist. Office of the Government Statist, Melbourne,...
MELBOURNE TO ALEXANDRA ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 April 1891
M~fEýuoURNE TO AEXA NDMI; ROAn: it I'M& P rnsass. . ..~ . 5*.31. |P*?.M.' Melbourne. . 1stau2d. e. ,740 52,"'. S U. S D ara., 9 5 7 08 Uallarook ... I9 I 9 i5 3 dep. 10 30 8 25 Trawool ... 10 7 0 - 10 55 S 40 Keirrisdale ... 11 3 7 0 - 11 15 8 51' tome 'ood...12 3 S 3 - 11 33 9 10 Yea ... 133 9 a0ra. 11 55 9 ?;: Sdep. P.u. 9:. Choriot ... 13 9 3 - 12: 5 0 4-1 12 19 Bllham ... 14 3 9 - - 12 30 10 0 .Mnlesworth [13 310 : - 12 45 10 1.; Catllkin ... 15 10 - 1 10110 Z Ahlxandra Road ...6 311 0 arr. 1 °510 i3 Change tnms a at Ta?larack.
Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 April 1891
Railway Time Tails." S"LEXAU DA ROAD iTO'MELboroDS. Ist. 2nd. Mixd MML. Alexandra sD. S. : A.. P.3t. SRoad ... -- dep. 7 5 5 10 Cathkin ... :0 A 05' -i .7920 5:25 olesworth 1 2I 0 ,- 730 5 35 ]alham ... 1 10 1 3 745 5 5 Cheriot ... 1 7 7.. 566 0 1 S . 10,arr. 8 06 15 yea I... 0 .', , :,.:[ep.: 825 6.30. Homrwoo... 3 10 2 , --. 8 45 ? Kerrisdale... 4 10 -3 . ,,- 0 3.7 I1 Trawool 5... 5.1 1.3 ',- 920 7 15 r 9'50 7 30 Tallarook 7' 4 A Exa i ed ar. 100 0 43 Melbourne ... 1 6 311 0 -'re' 11 568 9.i43
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 April 1891
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. M-ELOUORNE, LAST NIGeT. FAT CATr.LE.-2,650 were entered for the week's market, necessitatingtwo days' sale. On Tuesday the supply consisted of middling descriptions, including a large draft of fat cows, and the prices ruled considerably lower throughout, but to-day the toneof the market was easier than last week's rates. The quantity was' chiefly indefinite, with only a few pens of prime cattle. Best penned bullocs to L9 15s; good, L7 to LS 10e. Cows were over supplied ; good to pnim realising from IA to a 10e. iFAT CALVES. -250 were penned this morning, consisting chiefly of middling des cripticos; which met a slack sale. Eest, from L210sto L3; others from 15s.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 April 1891
hasinoss Notice. rJI.-EHE.'Y CHRONICLE CONtALTS All `thi; News of the District. R E orF Snsc rios:crlo: Town-. Posteld. Yearly . 1 0 14 0 Hlalf-y ly ... 60 0 Quarterly 3 0 ' 3'6 iew Sbcihersn can begin at any time. TOWN AGENTSS:"~ E. S. PVICEL AND Co. T.TC.! WADDELL II. J. KiE.L.r SIEa BROS. E. G.'`Va.so . J. Coor J. ESrICKEY. . SLOLE Coi ... .- 3D. i.'THE YEA CHRONICLE -JOB PRINTTB G OFFICE S Replete with a Varied Selection of the Newest and Most Beautiful lypes, .in all Ithe Latest Designs. EVERYTHING EXECUTED LN. THE BEST STYLE, Eaor A V IStrTs CARD To A LARE Posrua . B llhmeads, all izes. S:: ems. Forms. Circulars, in Plain or Script Type. . .rospect mue. Balance-sheets. Mining Scrip. .7 ColNotice.. . Dividend Warrants. Receijit aiidnlelivcry ]loolt Ladies' and Gent's Visiting Cards. all Programmes. Concert Programmes and Tickets. Business and Hotel Cards. Bills of Fare. Labels, Gummed or Plain. Hlandbills, Posters. &e., &e., e. Call alt See our Specimens, and as...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 April 1891
hsiaass;Notlcoo Brooks's Magic Eye Lotion THIS VALUABLE LOTION Guaranteed to Cure SANDY BLIGHT, INFLAMED EYES and LIDS, DIMNESS of SIGHT, Ac., In Many Cases the Cure being Instaataoeoos It will be formund very beneficial by those - :'whmuffr from Weak Eyes, or whose ocn-, prtios o?ompels them in any way to strain their Eyes. BROOKS'S MAGIC EYE LOTION, While Effecting a Speedy and Permanent Cure, (nrer-?'adss the eat harnm to the osi I and may be applied to the Eyes of young children as well as those of grown-up people; but when 'ending written orders the ages of the children should always be given Once T'sted-Always Tried T. BROOKS, Tn InohawEcE REEF, lYEL 'Orders maybe Left with, and Particulars as to Cases Treated obtained from, Mr. E. G. WItsos, Highi.stret, Yes. 'B.CEEA.:ST STOB IT T7EM :SIER BROTHERS .General Storekeepers, HIGH-STREET YEA. EvErrr Dosenarzos or GROCERIES, •em', Yo-rns',. s?m 3Mss's CLurmso, - I sUnoscor, FaNcT GooD; IBorts AND SIIors, Ac, &tc., &...
WOOL, SKINS, HIDES, AND TALLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 April 1891
WOOL, SKINS, RIDES, AsN TALLOW. MAsSSS. YoCGCHuSn,.AD and CoMPAnr, Lxar.D, report on 14th April: WooL.-A very large attendance of both home and foreign buyers has marked the progress of the second series of sales in London. Each day the news is of a cheering character, and all descriptions have ex perienced an advance of about five per cent. on ruling values this time last week. The total quantity to be offered is about 2S0,000 bales. Locally the sales have been unimportant, consisting of late shorn wools and oddments, which have been well com petoed for, and realised fully late rates. SnzzEPSrss.-Dry skins, best merino in bales, 6d to 63d per lb.; do., seconds, 3ld to5d; do., best crossbreds, d4d to Gd; do., seconds, 3d to 4d; do., pelts, 51d; do., lamb skins, 3d to 5Rd; do., odd skins, nurperior, 5s Gd each. Butchers' green pelts, best, 4s to 4s 9d; do. do., seconds, 2s td to3sto3d; do. do., thirds, Is3dto2s. Buichers' green lamb pelts, best, 2s 3d to 3s; do. do., inferior, 9d to ...
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1891. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 April 1891
WITU WEICI! t ISCORrORA7Kf C r tc* -4--c tit~l. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1891. NEWS DND NOTES. Fin'y-rou years ago to-day the city of Melbourne was christened, and the names of the various streets decided on. An in teresting account appears elsewhere. BROAD FORD is steadily forging ahead. Mr. Keogh, P.M., will hold the first sitting of the P.M. Court there about the 1st of June. Tue tender of Mr. John Buggy, Seymour, is the lowest received for the Yea R.C. Presbytery. The contract will probably be signed and all final arrangements made to morrow. THE meeting for the election of a trustee forthe Yea Racecourse and Recreation Re serve did not come off. After waiting for about 25 minutes, Mr. Sanders decided to adjourn it till next Monday evening. TuERE are 40 hands, young and old, em. ployed at the Broadford Straw-board Factory; but outside a large number of men find employment in cutting and carting fire wood to the factory. ToE April number of the "Illustrated S...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 April 1891
MiELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. M UELBOu?s, LAST NI(;T. Messrs. W. M'ILwRICK and Co. report: Ctsem--Fair demand; good to prime, 4d to 51d; special line, 81d; medium and in. ferior, 21 to 3.d. Bl tR-Petted: Prime new weekly pot. ted in fair demand at Sd per lb. The market is glutted with spring potted, which is very dull of sale; only a few casks sold at 4d to 6d; inferior lower. Fresh: Small supply; marketa shade lower; prime regular dairies, Is 3d to Is ad per lb.; a fes-favorites higher; Sordinary lump, 105 to Is Id; inferior EcGs-Is 5d to Is 7d per doz. Pos--Carcase pork sold on Friday at 4o per lb. for prime light weights, and 4Id for eary weights; inferior, 2d t 31d per lb. POULTRy-S-ack.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 April 1891
McLEISH-WALKER.--On the 15th April, at the residence of the bride's parents, Flowerdale, by the Rev D. Milne, Dun- &nbsp; can, second son of Mr. Daniel McLeish, Yea, to Matilda Ann, second daughter &nbsp; of Mr. David Walker, grazier, Flower- dale, and grand-niece of Dr. Shaw, Michigan, U.S.A.
YEA ATHLETIC SPOTS CLUB. QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY PORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 April 1891
YTEA .LLETTO TBO*S COLUB. ?"'? . '-4--I??',A,? QUEEN'S BIR'IIDAY ORTS: A .MEETIN ws s held eAt'. y Royal Mail Hotel.on Monday ilit, to draw up a programmee, erect icers, e ke. There were a fair ;ttene iee, and on the motion of Mr. 31. Kelly Mr. Galvin was voted to the lair. After the election ofofficers, t programme (whiclh appears. in on advertising columns) was then go to item by item, and on the moti of Mr. T. Graham (solicitor) second I y Mr. Al. J. Kelly, was adopted. mongst the alterations made was th striking out of the District ilandic Race, and thl6 substitution of eigli; hurdles, 3ft. Gin. high, for five hurdlee 4ft. high, in the Handicap Hurdle 1c, the dis tance being increased frc i 200 to 220 yards, and the first priz raised from £3 to £5, and the second from £110s. to £2. Another special feature of the programme is the inclusdin of a Mena gerie Race, wherein every competitor will lhave to. start with some animal, fowl, &c., and it is expected that, so far as th...
SHIRES OF ELTHAM AND YEA. PROPOSED SEVERANCE OF AREA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 April 1891
SHIRES OF ELTHA?L AND YEA. PROPOSED SEVERANCE OF AREA. UNDsn the above headings the follow ing appears in the last issue of the Goernment Gazette. In pursuance of the provisions of the Local Government Act 1890 (1,112, sec. 43), the substance and prayer of a petition in accordance with the 41st section af the said Act, which has been presented to his Excellency the Gover nor, are published, viz.: The petitioners purport to constitute a majority of the ratepayers in the portion of the Shire of Yea described in their petition, and they desire that the area so described may be severed from the said Shire of Yea and annexed to the Shire of Eltham. Area described in petition: Com mencing at the south-west corner of allotment 16B (J. Johnston's), parish of Kinglake, county of Anglesey; thence northerly and easterly by the boundaries of said allotment toPleasant Creek ; thence southerly by said creek to north-west corner of allotment 20S; thence easterly to north-east corner of allotment 2...
YEA TEMPERANCE REGIMENT [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 April 1891
YEA TEMPERANCE REGIMENT Tnioucn, as the President remarked on Easter Monday night, it is not for the Yea Temperance Regiment to object to a little water, they have had rather much of it this year. Their annual gathering was spoiled by the rain, and their adjourned sports on Tuesday only fared a shade better. For all that, the young people, to the number of about 100, thoroughly enjoyed themselves, while the prize-winners were simply in ecstasy. Mr. Haslam did all that a hard-working Secretary could do uuder the depressing circumstances, and the President, Rev. Mr. Barnes, also worked hard to make the youngsters happy. The concert at the Temperance Hall in the evening, in spite of the incle ment weather, proved a success. Mr. Barnes, who presided, explained that, owing to the wet weather on their an nual concert night (Easter Monday) it became necessary to give a second con cert, in order to pay the interest on the money due on the hall. He then called on Mrs. Henderson, who played t...