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Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 April 1891
Dopaturo and arrtival of MalIs. MALsns ':ose and arrive at the Yet Post Office at the undermentioned hours: CLOSE AT YEA FOR-' A.M. PM.. Melbounro... ... ... 6 Rallarook ... ... ... S 6 Doogalook.??' - 6 :._ Molesworth 1 - Alex ndra... . . . 11 8 Mirindindi' " ... .12 10' Floirerdale :' : ~.. 12 10 M'Leish's . 12 I ?, Underwood's .. 10 Deli,'s -... .. -. 12 10 iolden's ... .. . 1 10 " Murphy's - . . . 1210 . RECElTED AT YEA FPOM5- A.)?. P.M. Tallarook ... , ... .. 11 30 9 30 lelborneo.. :.. 11 30 9 30 Doogalook... ... 1130 - Molesworth .. - 6 Gobi r . - 6 Yark .. ... - Alexandra... . 8 30 6 Murrindindf . . .- 1 30 Flowerdale ..>- 1 30 M'Leish's'...': .; . : 1 30 Underwood's . l 50 1 30 Derpn's-- ... I 3..-- - . R0__ Holden's ...... 30 Murphy's ..... . 1 30
SACRED TO SECULARISM. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 April 1891
SACRED TO SECULARISM. TO TUE EDITOR OF THE CIIHONICLE Sm,--The insertion of three words (no doubt inadvertently) in your paragraph last week re the correspondence of Mr. Burgess with the Minister of Education raised an entirely false issue. They are, "during school hours," and made it appear that Mr. Burgess wanted to ascertain whether lie could give re ligious instruction during his ordinary school work. " His letter shows that he was perfectly clear on that point, and the law permits no doubt to exist as to the pure secularism of the instruction to be given during the week. The most recent interpretation of the now famous Clause 11 of the Education Act debars any earnest-minded and capable teacher from using State school buildings as Sunday schools, or con ducting Divine Service in them. Any teacher may out-do Joseph Symes in ribald blasphemy, and use these build ing~ as secular halls, but he must not endeavor to lead the worship of his fellow-men, or preach the glad tidings of th...
Rates of Postage. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 April 1891
Rates of Tostago. To all places beyond the Australian Colonies (British New Guinea, Fiji, and New Hebrides excepted), 2td. 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, 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. Owing to representations made by Imperial Government it has been decided to restrict, for the present, the reduced rate (2ld) of foreign postage to the United Kingdlom only, and as regards all other countries to revert to the charges made previous to the lst January, S191, until after the Postal Congross to be held in Vienna in May next.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 April 1891
Baiaua Aiotitau. Brooks's Magic Eye Lotion THIS VALUABLE LOTION Guaranteed to Oure SANDY BLIGHT, INFLAMED EYES and LIDS, DIMNESS of SIGHT, &e., J,. Many CaaestheCure being Itantaneous. It-will be foand very berelcial 17 those w-ho asuffer from Weak Eyes, or whose seao pation compels them in any way to strain their Eyes. BROOKS'S MAGIC EYE LOTION, While Effecting a Speedy and Permanen Cure, sorer aasase the least harm t tohe si 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 Tea?ed-Always Tried T. BROOKS, TuE PRa oIDNo Racu, YeA. Orders may be Ieft with, and Partieulars as to Cases Treated obtained from, Mrs. E. G. Wausos, High-street, Yea. WS OZEAPEST STORE IN TEA! SIER BROTHERS General Storekeepers, HIGH-STREET YEA. Erxnr DESCBnrnrso or G ,ocERIE, Bors', Yorurns', ASD 1EL's CrOTnI s IRosn?osoyGE, Fancr GOOD, BOoTS AND SIOES, &C., Ac, &...
THE PAST CRICKETING SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 April 1891
THE PAST C iCEZTING SE4SON. Tux following are the batting and bowling analyses for the past season:- BATTING ANALYSIS. i - T. Downie ..' 128 11' 0 117 i.11 A. E. Morris.. 101. 17 2 61 J. Robinson... 118 21 1 5l .IL Oates. 20 8 3 u . J. Webster ... 13 2 0 G : W. Wilson ... 46 13 1 35 T. Quilan ... 90 21 0' 4 H. Thorley... 42 15 1 3 N. Pettigrew.. 4 3 2 E. Dolon ... 9 . 7 1 H. Wall ... 5 4 2 21 S. Wall ... II 6 0 15-6". J. Maynard ... 36 13 I '3.-' R. Drysdale... 27 17 '2 112-.15 F. Martin ... 25 9 1- 33 J. Russll ... 29 7 0 41-7 A. L. Geddes.. 10 '1 2 2 D. M'Leish ..,. 3 2 0 13 W. Derlin ... 25 7.. 0 347- -'' J. Entricken... 7 2 . 0 3 W. Dwight ... 1 1 0 1.. . - -'A-Sograss.. -0 1' 0 0 3 A.Wall . 8 1. 0 8 C. Davey ... 3 1. ' 0 3 BOWLING ANALYSIS. Name. 8 . a A. E. Morris.. 709 10 194 63 3.5 W. Wilson ... 96 0 33 11 3 T. Dotnie ... 474 14 15 34 423 T. Quinlan... 443 14 179 28 611. .1. Maynard ... 693 20 231 47 4413 If. Thorley ... 196 8 71 8 8 7 J. Robinson... 114 0 42 . 21 t. Drysdal...
TAKING A SLICE OFF OUR TERRITORY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 April 1891
TAKING A' SLICE. OFF OUR TEBRITORY. Mx. T. o. .Moamar , `the. S6rey for Public Works, will be here to-morrow (Friday) to confer with the Shire Council on various matters, including, probably, the adjustment of the Shire boundaries, and handing over' a portian of this Shire to Eltham, in accordata with the petition presented by resident, near Kinglake some time ago. It will be embered that, at the time, the Yea Shire Council decided to oppose anything in th shape of severance. A committee was app hted to report on the matter, bet we do t remember having seen any report from ens. Soon after Mr. Stenart's appointmen he was requested to visit the locality and take a report, which he accordingly did. MIr. Morkham will probably require a data than Mr. Steuart then supplie and those who can supply it ought to be readinass to do so. FIva doctors who sve twice examined Colston, the Narbet! g murderer, agree that he is auniffering paralysis of the brain. MR. G. TRxxn, baer for St. Kilda, has ...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 April 1891
COMZECIZ&L. MELBOURME PRODUCE MARKETS. (FROM O WN ow M CMESDPONDEkr.) [Br ELECrrPC TFrE.AEPII.] t1ELIUo'RNE, LAST H?iuT. Messrs. W. 31'ILWIsCK and Co. report: CHEESE-Market steady; good to prime in fair demand, at 41 to 5Id; one special line, Sid; medium and inferior, 2d to 3d. BTrTER-Petted : Prime new weekly -pot ted in request at 10d to is Id per lb. The market is still very dull for sprinug potted: we held a special sale on Monday latst, and disposed of about 150 casks at 2}d to d per lb. Fresh: Short supply; quality irre gular; market finrm at about last week's rates. Rest dairies, Is &d to Is Gd per lb. ; a fa forites higher ; good ordinary lump, lost to Is Id; inferior lower. Pons--Carease pork sold on Friday at 3.d per lb. for prime light weights, and 4d for heavy weights; inferior, td t" 3d per lb. POLTRY--Slack, excepting for prime.
Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 April 1891
Railway Ti=o Tablo. ALt.XANDI ROAD TO tELUOUR.IE. 1st. 2nd. Mixd Mix( Alexandra s. D. s. D. . .. Road .. dep. I7,5 6,10 ' Cathkin ... 0 0, 5 - 7 200 5 2O Molesworth 1 0 0 - 7 0 5 35 Balham ... 11011 3 -''74 5 50 Cheviot ... 241 7 - 5 - 1. 7 6. arr. 810 015 Yea ... 3 2 60 dep. 8 25 0 30 Homewood... 3 1 2' 7 8s45 6.45 Kerrisdalo... 4 10 3 9" 3 7 ? Trawool ... 501 311 j. 209 7 15 fa r. 9 50 7.30 Tallarook ... 7 1 4,91 Erp. Exp. Idep. 10 20 83 Melbourne... 16 311:0 arr. 11 50 9 4. MAELDOU.DO TO ALEXM DIII ROAD.; ' pass, p Melbourne... lst. 2nd. dep. 7 '40 5 '2 s.D. s.; (airr. 0 55 7 00 Tallarook... 9 3 6 3 Udep. 1030 8 25 Trawool ... 10 6 7 0 - 10 5 8 40 Kerrisdale ... 11 3 7 6 - 111 8 51 Homewood... 12 3 , 3 - 11 33 9 10 arr. 11 55 0 2. Yea ...13 300 r. .11 0 dep. P.H. 9 .3i Cheviot ... 13 9 3 - 12 5 9 41 Balham ... 14 3 6 -- 12 3010 0 3Molesworth 15 3 10 3 - 12 45110 13 Cathkin ... 15 610 3 - 1 10 10 4 Alexandra Road ... 16 311 0 arr. 1 2310 5 Change trains at Tallarork.
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 April 1891
MELBOURNE CAITLE MARKET. (FRO? o0 OWN CORREoSPOND.N%-T.) ILEtnocr~E , Lsr NICh'sr. FAT CArrrE.-2,500 were entered for the week's market, necessitatingtwo days' sale. On Tnesday SOO were offered, when com petition was dull and prices ruled easier. -1,O,80were yarded for sale to-day, and they consisted chiefly of second and inferior quality, with a small proportion of prime. The market openel without animation, and prices ruled lower than last week's reduced rates. Best pens of bullocks from Ll90s; good, from L615sto L7 15s ; others from LS.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 April 1891
mnance. ENGLISH MONEY. E. AND R. SADLEIR, 229 COLLINS-STREET, MELBOURNE, As Acners mro Torr?EES A? n Ora?m SOURCEs, HAVE MONEY TO LEND OS COUNTRY SECURITIES, Sums of £500 and Upwards, Fort A TERM OF YSAcs, FREEHOLD, rRuo.s 54 ; LEASEHOLD, anme 6 %. We have COUNTRY LANDS FOR SALE all over the Colony, and can obtain BEST VALUE for any Land put into our hands for Sale. l'articulars on application. Correspond ence invited. We have 640 Acres of first-class Hazel Country, within 50 miles of Melbourne, for Sale at £3 an acre. (Please mention this paper). Agent at Yea : Mr. P. Galvin. TiE AUSTRALIAN MERCANTILE LOAN AND GUARANTEE COM. PANY, LIMITED. Incorporated under Companies' Act, 1874. MELBOURNE BRANCH, 283 Collins-street. HEAD OFFICE, Corner York and Market-streets, SYDNEY. Chairman, J. P. HOWE, Esq., M.P. BRANCHES. Losnos.-ll0 Cannon-street, E.C. M3ELBOUrrs.-2S3 Collins-street East. lBrustoa.--Edward and Elizabeth-sts. NEWcArLE.---37 Hunter-street. Ae ,nces Throgbfot the Worl8. LONDON ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 April 1891
Oe`unal Staro. E. S. PURCELL AID CO.,4 AVE much pleasure in intimating . To Their numerous Custoiers arid Friends. THAT TIIE " ARE NOW SHOWING: WINTER " STO.C K. Every Departmegt is Conimpletely Filled W1TII THE LATEST: NOVELTIES, . Which, for Varot and Valne, ,Cannot be Excelled , G-. O. ........ oV ,. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,. RIABONSD :.. BOOTS AND SHOES, We Bought Early, and are Showing Marvellous Valn:.: The Stock is tcolargo aS& ESHmooS to particularise in a newspaper column, and to give quotations we always hold is mis leading. We can, however, assure our 5 Friends that our position this Season to Supply all their cquiroments is Better than Ever, and Solicit the favor of an Early Call. All Orders entrusfed to us tr ill-ee the usual prompt attentio. .. ;:. OUR CASH STORE. This Establishment is now become such ani insitution in the District, to avoid dis appointment or unpleasantne.., Customers and Friends are again reminded that It is Workod on Strictly Cash Principle...
KEEP GOOD COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 April 1891
EEZP GOOD COMPAT. KeeP 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 lave any.? _ When you speak.to any person, ,look.jaim in the face. Good companydhnd conversation are the very sinews of- virtue. Good character is above - ll things else. Your characteri: ? innbt.'e'essentially injured except by your 'aoivi acts. If anyone speak'evil to yoi, let your life he 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. and steady gains give competency, with a tranquil mind. Never play at any game of chance. Avoid temptation, through fear you may not withstand it. Earn money before you spend it. Never run in debt unless yo...
ALL ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 April 1891
ALL ROUND TIHE WORLD. P Tnr.?E are 365 different brands of whisky on the Sydney market at present. SIrCE the U.S. M'Kinley tariff came into force, Rogers, of Sheffield, has p put 2,000 mren on half-time. TIn S.A. Government has consented n to the building of a land-grant railway I to the West Australian border. A MR. WIIITcREAD, Of George- G street, Sydney, who was found dead in s bed last week, was Sir Henry Parkes' employer about 45 years ago. C Souc oSE writes to say that, in his q district, three-quarter bred dingoes are t considered the best dogs, and that the only objection to the pure .warrigal as a sheep do; is that it doesn't bark. WnRIGT AND REED are Melbourne architects, and Peace and Joy ac countants. Alfred Bliss and Alfred Joy used to be in partnership as t auctioneers. t Tits Lord Avonmore who married a Canadian lady recently .is a son of Major Yelverton, whose technical evasion of a marriage performed in t Scotland and Ireland created such a sensation about 30 years ...
THE RECENT RACE CLUB MEETING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 April 1891
THE RECENT RACE CLUB .MEETING. TO TIIE EDITOR OF TIIE CHRONICLE. Srn,-Permit me to thank you for the circumstantial account of the recent race club meeting. I would not think it worthy of special comment, but for the fact that newspapers do not, as a rule, now-a-days, permit anthing detri mental to racing to appear. It pays too well to hush matters up. The scandalous doings' exposed at the recent meeting will surely cause re spectable men to withdraw their names and support from this misleading sport. A too confiding public sin cerely thanks you, as well as-Yours, & c. AN OUTSIDER.
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1891. WATER SUPPLY FOR YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 April 1891
Th e c la gh tickc. WITH WHICH I8 ILCORPOBATED PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, APJIL 2.3, 1891. WATER SUPPLY FOR YEA. MR. STUART MURRY.I Chief Engineer of the Water Supply Depthnment, has signified his willingness to ?rnine the various schemes lately submitted to the Yea Shire Council for a water sulply for the township. The committee appoited at the pnblic meeting should immeliately go into the question of ways an6lýmeans, as there are many inquiries as to die rate likely to be levied. It may safelt be said that any scheme which would inolve the townspeople in very heavy taxation annot be entertained. The plain duty of the committee is to tell the ratepayers what ai£3,000, a £4,000, a £5,000, or a £6,000 slheme means in the way of extra taxation. If Mr. Murray recommends a £6,000; scheme, and that means an additional hal-a-crown in the £ of taxation, it may be afeely predicted that that will not be enterdined. On the other hand, nine-tehths of th? people will readily submit to,...