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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 April 1891

Ch ?ch S?rvices. 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 Ghin Ghin in the afternoon. Mr. E. H. Burgess at Molesworth in the afternoon. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YFA. [THE Rev. D. MILNE will conduct . 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. FEPTherlNotico. TITHE Friends of the Late Mrs. RICHARDS are respectfully invited to follow her remains to the place of interment, the Broadford Cemetery. The Funeral will Leave her late Residence, Kerrisdale, TO MORROW (FRIDAY), at 10 o'clock, arriv ing in Broadford about 2 p.m. Govorm>Eot AdvertisEccats3 VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. FRESH TENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of GOODS SHED and PLAT FOP.If at MANSFIELD, on the Cathkin to Mansfield Line. Particulars at the Engineer- in- Chief's Office, Spencer-street; the Receipt and Pay Offices, Ale...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 April 1891

Death. RICHARDS.—On the 22nd April, at her     residence, King Parrot Creek, Kerrisdale, Elizabeth, relict of the late William Richards, aged 54 years.

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 April 1891

NEWS AND NOTES. A srecAL (:?ANT of £150 has been voted I by the Public Works Department for the Kobyboyn cutting. Ratepapers at that end are anxious for a road over which they can drive a dray or buggy, and they ought to get it, if possible. At" present, they are p compelled to do all their business in Sey mour, which is nearly twice as far from them as Yea-their natural centre. i A renuC isEETrING was held at the Shire Hall on Monday evening, for the purpose of electing a trustee for the Yea Racecoarse and Recreation Reserve. "Mr. J. C. Sanders proposed, and Mr. E. S. Purcell. seconded, that Mr. Dan. M'Leish, jun., be appointed. Mr. . Coles proposed, and ?Ir. P. WV. Coelan seconded, that Mr. Jolul Downie be appointed. On a vote being taken, Mr. Downie was declared elected. TnHE Public Works Office, near the Yea Railway Station, was'dismantlel last week, and carted away in sections, and Mr. J. Macdonald and his assistant,lMr. A. L. Geddes, who have been in occupation of it during th...

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YEA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 28TH APRIL. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M., and Mr. J. C. Sanders, J.P.) CLAIM FOR WAGES—PLAINTIFF AND SOLICITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 April 1891

TZA POLICE 0OUsT. TuESDAY, 28Ti APRIn. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M., and Mr. J. C. Sanders, J.P.) CLAIM vog WAo - - ?PLAI"L' D soUTrror. Ellen Hughes seed Charles Davey, land lord of the Royal Mail Hotel, for L2 12s., being wages due as a hired servant, and for hoard and lodging, ad follows:-To one week's wages, 15s.; railway fare from Mel bourne, 9s.; registration fee, 7s. 6d.; board and lodging, £1 s. 6d. Mr. King forplain tiff; Mr. Graham for defendant. In opening the ~ae, Mr. King said that it had come on the last court day, and had been settled by his client's solicitor (Mr. Jackson); but as there was some misunder standing, the plaintiff had no option but to bring on the case again. For the defence, Mr. Graham pleaded "previous settlement." Plaintiff stated that she had been engaged at a registry office in Melbourne to come to the defendant at Yea, at 15i. per week. When she came up, defendant told her he wouldn't require her, as he had told the other girl to stay on. She said s...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR A PUBLIC DENIAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 April 1891

ZllTTZZ TO TH YDITOL A PUBLIC DENIAL TO THE EDrr0R OF THE CHIOyICLE. Sm,--I wish, by means of your paper, to give public denial to a report concerning thate iles of my son. The reportis,that Dr. Lang gave up all hope of savingthe boy's life, and said he could do nothing for him. In justice to Dr. Lang, I distinctly deny tids. What he did say was, that the ease was very serious, and, seeing that the boy's life was in danger, he considered it his duty to tell us so; but he never at any time said theboy would never recover, nor did he give up the case aJhopeless. Dr. Lang volun tarily gave up treating the case for a personal reason, after an unpleasant incident. -I am, kc., M. KELLY. Yea River, April 24, 1891.

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 April 1891

EWS AND NOTES. T ha blaby show was opened yesterday in the Exhibition Building, Melbourne. TnE Trades and Labor Council has decided to sell the horses, plant, ke., in connection with the Homewood firewood co-operative nnddrtaking, which, like the Brunswick co operative brickmaking, has resulted in finan cial loss. Teer Wesleyans at Strath Creek celebrated their inniversary on Thursday Last, by a tea and public meeting. The inclement weather interfered very tuch with the attendance, but a goodly number sat down to tea. 1lr. Stephen Lade, sen., was chairman of the public meeting, and the speakers were the Revs. John Leslie and C. H. Barnes. A small choir rendered sacred music very sweetly, Miss Cookson presiding at the organ. TaE remains of Mrsm. Richards, sen., were laid beside those of her late esteemed hus band in the Broadford Cemetery on .Friday last. A large number of local residents. joined in the procession from Iterrisdale, and were not at Broadford by Melbourne friends. The ...

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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1891. THE TYPHOID FEVER CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 April 1891

he rJca wa hxzrouit t I wTH wiuc0 ls IIICOavsti4 e PUBLISHED EVERY THURSSDAY. THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 191. Tgl TTPB1OI nYU fV 838. Wa were disinclined, while the fever patients' lives hung in the balance, to offer any criticims on what appears to be the public aspect of the report of the Acting Health Officer. Nor are we very much concerned with the differences of opinion between the medical gentlemen, for itis a proverb "that doctors differ," though happily, in the present instance, the patients are not likely to die, and are now, we are pleased to be able to state, entirely out of danger. Those who have all along contended that the water supply from the Town Pump isan impure one, and fraught with great danger to those who. use it ini its: raw .state,. are strengthened in theiropinion as to its prolialle dire effects, for Dr. LAio told the Shire Council that "the water is liable to great contamination, as it is drawn from a point below several sources of pollution, including cemetery d...

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Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 April 1891

Ra3Siwa Timo Table.' ALE xaDSA ROAD TO_ 5IELDOU.1IL.i!. I * 1st. 2nd.. I Mixd~ Mhld Alexandr s.D. S.D. A.Me. .s.. Road . dep .- 51 0.-.. Cathkin 0 ~ -- : 20 o Molesworth 1 '2 0 0 " 7053 Bhomom ... 1 21 l0. ep .7 550 Cheviot .. " 1 1 "16 In' ~3 10 11 Trawool ol 3 '11' 920 ild Lu.,g laepn. O2 30~ Kerrisdalo... 103..3; 9 5:7-lI -1 TrawFool .. 501'1 -. 927,15.. Tallarook. 4 9 txp, E ap llelbourne... 1(0 3,i.10 cn-r: 1I:)9 43 `h3I MELBOURI.O aTo LXDA ROAD: Pas. Pass. t; A.M. 0.31 Melbourne... 1st. 2ndl dep. .7 40j .iius. S. D. s.D. aor. 9571 l7; Tallarook ... 9 36 Trawool .106 6 7 0 I 55 3 40 erijsdalo... II 3 7 76 11 lo' S 5 Honlowood... 2 3S 3I' - 11L'33 9 10 aorr. 11 55 9 2 Yea ... 13 9 40 ! Fl Idep. P.M. 9 5 Cheviot ... 13 5 9 - 12 5 9 IlaliaI . 14 .7 9( U 12 3010. (1 $lolsortlI' &10 1 1 45 10 ll .15 10 1 11010 40 -Iloal ... 3111 au 0' 1are I Clhange trainis at '1aaI : -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 April 1891

CALEDONIAN CASH STORE YEA. . His Stock of apery Second to Nonelin the DistricL Wole' Seae Stc MANTLES and l1ATS. M. J. KELLY G * o !. ' 1 *·, His DStokofmpjO,??:-ape MAe End To EiATS;e r-.. ·; : . J. . ELLY GENERAL STOREK.PER, YEA.- ""' Goanoril St9s. is C: WADDELL, EiIPIR1 STORE, .. High Street?~Y;ea': -.. ?. All descriptions of R .ROi-itIES, . DRAiiUV Mii id ERY S In great variety. GEN1S CLOTti tRit. Measiite takt?o ad perfect fits gilfarnteed. A Magnifucent Stock of WA? t, PA P1 i. FA-CY GOODs. - LADii SI tlEI "S, atld: CtItif TN! BOOTS and SHOES..H . SOA P. lii. .::'.- :O.' So tu.obbing req.red Agent for Northern Ftire d Lii h .coA . . : CoOhpany. Capital, £3,000,000. ? Music I Musidc ..IMuisi i Agent for W. ft Glen and Co., tic Sella~ s Agent for Estey Organs, 12 to 120 guinea?. Also Several Makers of Pianos. Send for Circulars ind Irices. Railway Refreshment Roomsi iHE Trav-ellingPublieod Spplied with the I Very Best Refreshmentsat a moment'l notice. - The Choicest Frufits in ...

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YEA BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 April 1891

YEAJBOARD OF.ADVICE CE.'" ýr - Meets the Inst Saturday ui oateh month 114p.m. , -

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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 April 1891

MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. (raom os oWa Cosr05O.-sDEl .) MELBOO -NE, LAST TIGHT. FAT Snur.-26,000 )arded, A fair pro portion consisted of good to prime qualities, including more prime heary cressbreds than usual. For good trade lots ast week's rates were maintained, while middling descrip tions were dull of sale, but no alteration in values con be quoted. Prime crossbred wethers, from 15s to 18s, accordingto weight and quality, a few extra to f2s 6d; prime eronabred ewes,, from 12a to 14s 6d, afew extra to 16s ; prime merino wethers, 12a to 14s; extra do do, to 15s ; good do do, from U0s to llsa; middling and inferior, from 7sto 9a; prime merino ewes, from 8s to O1s, aes cording to weight and quality. Messrs. Ettershank, Eaglestone, and Mann sold 76 crossbred and merino wethers for Mr. Thomas Aldous, larck, to 2.s 6d, top ping the market. FAT Lxas.-3,500 were penned. The de mand was brisk at fully last week's quota tions. Prime sold at from 10i to 12l; a few extra from 1ks 6dto I5; go...

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 April 1891

1RECEI, AND PAY OiTIF Open daily from 10 a.m.?i to 3 ii pn'Sat9rdays, from loi n.to Nodni .

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 April 1891

OO3 E8ERC MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. (raox oCU own COa?BsPO?DErr.) [Br Ernucr TzLEGraar.] MELOOCLBNE, LIST Nromr. Menas. W. M'Ir.wruc and Co. report: CeEs.--Market quiet; good prime 5d; special line, 8d; medium and inferior, 2d Bc5u.--Potted : Prime new weekly, fair demand, st lOd to is id; little inquiry for prime spring, fit for counter trade, very little of this clse forward, mostly too old, market dull, at 2id to 5d. Fresh: Supply increasing, quality very irregular and prices much lower; market languid: best dairies, Isa d to Is 44d, a few higher; good ordinary lump, 9d to is Id; inferior, lower, dulL Eocas.-Regular supply, Is O6d to Is 7d. Pons.-Carcase pork : Friday, a good supply, market dull, prime light, 3d to4ld; heaey and inferior, lid to 3d. PorLrnmr.-Dull, excepting very prime.

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The Melesworth-Drop[?]ad. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 April 1891

-. Tha Moosworth-ýrop>ýcrb ad. t ,Cr.-m'Cbrmiick sid there other matter they ;dld like t6iliY urider Mr. Morkharn's notice-iTsv 'thle yeiares gop appropriation ai made for a gradt fopr..ý." rod ,, pmore. Thiey hact then liegd' t i~t t ihe roid were-properly lfief h anppro priafidn $outrd'?e gmtitel y y had lately purchased the land for a road at a cos" Yf £10, ai4 t lr wished foir .theapprotpratinnz::r-.»- . - . • Mr.Ildrkham : Would y -wil lingto spend pound forb ". .Cr. M'(ormick : Yes;. . Mr. Morkham: Thatti-o jnot tin elude the nmoney fio the pi e "' of the land: Hayveyou an;y oe propi Ition inie l:. tThe Presidenit I:Not thise :or. M' 'omicl: Somo itfj people would he saved froamgoeng uid. of 25 to 40 miles to-?Seynior .? I ? good, and_ Eu ' and all: -thoe '9try ig tilckly spiated: .s--s t -,2 .:c. C: Soeale, S??9pf .he.gp itii wsthidithrea..apdsa i tfe Minleswortklrailway abqa an oflicer of the Departnieirt we.re ? ?t p, e ivould see at once how reaasoable the demand for la...

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Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 April 1891

aop irturo aaL Anv1 of'aiis . MAILS =;closer and'airive at ; the 'Yea1Post'W,' Otlice'ttho undermentioned hoirstJ 'C' ' .4'. 3 CLOSE AT YE&JORI .J.L_ .5.31, Melboune... 71,?.)': 3:R . TollArook -,tr3" Si'i 6 i Molcsworth 'C' a ';i.7' il'-'" a n Gobur r s.' .'"11 i. ""ll t ! Yarck t " :r. " r'.,'': . tlc..:llc:,, J L.: ^ ' ýlewn~ia~rsli !:~. 1:!: n a 1'1 :~ns~l 'v·· MurindndiiL . :- 1210 l'ir Flou1erdaldi:!, i1 21 M'Lish'o t'a' r 12710 _ýT Underwood's s , . i2:10 Deeiu'st : :.f i... 1"O 1I 3 sio. Ifolden'o'' .. r.:t a Murphy's' ;a:..M . 121 ..1 'RECEITED'AT YEA PRM-~ A.Si PMar.: TaUarool-r' _ ' -' - 1130 9 30 Mrelliornoi.- 1 11.30 9 30 Doogalook... 11 30 3lolkruorth.~ :il f :.,, " 1 f hlobur r t -.. '0t Alexandra. ` 3 Murmodinli -"' m 13. Flonwerdale >.'o1 30 M'Leish'o. _ Undorwrod's a - O "30''" Devlim's ... '.3 Ilolircn's o1v . Murphy's . o130 · · ··- ·· ·c.7

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TAKING A SLICE OFF OUR TERRITORY. MR. MORKHAM CONFERS WITH THE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 April 1891

T68ING a "eLIC On' con.' MR. MORKHAM CONFERS WITH THE SHIRE COUNCIL. Ma. T. F. Monaoss, Chief Clerk of the Public Works Department, arrived by train on Friday morning, and had an interview with the Shire Council immediately afterwards re the proposed severance of a portion of the Yea Shire, near the Dividing Range, and its annexation to the Shire of Eltham. I There were present at the interview: Cr. Sanders (President), M'Cormick, Webster, Scale, Ferguson, and Carver. i In opening the Conference, Mr. Morkham said the oIject of his visit t was to relieve the Public Works De partment from some little dilliculty in "t regard to the boundary between the Yei and Eltham Shires. As they were aware, a petition had been presented I to the Department praying for 0 severance of a portion of the shire of Yea and its annexation.to the shire of r Eltham. It was stated in support of the petition that a large. number of persons had been living in the area proposed to be severed from Yea for P four ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 April 1891

Churcb Soricos. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, YEA. THC E Rev C. H. BARNES will condnet Divine Service at the above Church on Sunday morning and evening next; also at Doogalook in the afternoon. Holy Communion at morning service. Mr. J. T. Daley at Spring Valley in the morning, and Strath Creek in the afternoon. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. FHiHE Rev. D. MILNE will conduct J 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'clock. SALVATION ARMY MEETINGS. AT rug BIAcIsS (NEri CoxaEECLU HoTEL), Every Saturday Evening, at 8 o'clock. Every Sunday Afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Every Sunday Evening, at 7.30 o'elock. Ererybody is Wldcome. Scr. Ar~rvo Warsos. Yea Public Library. IHME ANNUAL MEETING of Subacri ber to the Yea Public Library WI.T E 8 HELD AT THE LIBRARY, MONDAY EVENING, 4rn MAY, At 7 p.m. Election of Officers for the ensuing year. W. WIISON, Hon. See. Shire Mvertlsement. SHIRE OF YEA. APPLICATION...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 April 1891

S 1anc 0. .... : ENGLISIH MONEY. E. AND R. SADLEIR, 229 COLLINS-STREET, MELBOURNE, As Acems eoR TRnsrTEES A.D OrTER SOURCES, HAVE MONEY TO LEND ON COUNTRY SECURITIES, IN Sums of £500 and Upwards, FoR A TERM OF Yeas, FREEHOLD, rr.o 5)~ ; LEASEHOLD, ?uno 6%. We have COUNTRY LANDS FOR SALE all over the Colony, and can obtain BEST VALUE for any Land put into ouir hands for Sale. Particulars on application. Correspond enre 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. rTIHE AUSTRALIAN ? E?RCANTILE LOAN AXID GUARANTEE COMl PANY, LIMIITED. Incorporatel under Companies' Act, 1874. MELBOURNE BRANCH, 283 Collins-street. HEAD OFFICE, * Corner York and Market-streets, SYDNEY. Chairman, J. P. HOWE, Eso., M1.'. BRANCHES. Lo.no.--ll0 Cannon-street, EC. M??.noLRne.-2&3 Collins-street East. BaRs?uA--Edward and Elizabeth-sts. Neweserc .-37 Hunter-street ,gecics Throngbc?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 April 1891

Brooks's Magic Eye Lotion THIS VALUABLE LOTION Guaranteed to Cure SANDY BLIGHT, INFLAMED EY ES and LIDS, DIMNESS of SIGHT, &c., In Many Cases the Cure being Instantaneous. It will be found very beneficial by thoee who suffer from Weak Eyes, or whose ocen pation compels them in any wy to strain their Eyes. BROOKS'S MAGIC EYE LOTION, While Effecting a Speedy and l ermnnen Core, erer ases a the Ileat harm to the 5ig t 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 Tested-Alcays Tried. T. BROOKS, :Tax PRaovmlnE REt, YEA. Orders may be Left with, and Particulars us to Cases Treated obtained from, Mrs. E. G. We1sose, High-street, Yea. TSB OEAXS STOBE T TEAI SIER BROTHERS General Storekeepers, HIGI-STREET YEA. E1ear DasCarnos 'or Gr.ocCEts, Bois', Yooras', asn. Mns's Coontara, IEosatofTERY, FPACr GOOD, BooTr an.D SnoEs c. c., A c, C., e oanrAr VARIETY. Measu...

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Rates of Postaga. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 April 1891

Rates of Postage To all-places beyond the Australian Colonies (British New Guinea, Fiji, and   New Hebrides excepted), 2d. 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 Impeinal Government it has been decided to restrict, for the present, the reduced rite (dlj) of foreign postage to the United Kingdom only, and as regards all other countries to revert to the charges made previous to the lst January, 1891, until after the Postal Congress to be held in Vienna in May next.

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