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Mothers and Daughters. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 January 1891

-Kothers and Daughters. ---+- Now, ntothers, if you want your girls to be good housekeepers,.make the work pleesR:intor them. Don't nag. Don't say, " I aever saw such a careless room orst:oh an untidy girl," but show her 'thllt you take an interest in her room nna help her to make. it pretty, and 'he will soon learn to care for and keep It neat. The time to begin to make i girl a good housekeeper or to teach her to take care of her own clothes is when she is a little girl. As- soon as her tiny fingers can hold a needle let her at least think she is helping you by hemming a duster, or a kitchen towel. If she has arent in her dress or pinafore, if possible, show her how to mend it. It will give her the habit of neatness. If she has a shoe-button off, don't sew it on for her-let her do it herself. There are very few young children who are not pleased at the idea of helping. My little boy of six asks constantly for "work, real work," and is never so happy as when lie is dusting, or pick...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 January 1891

Medics. ALL DISEASES OF LONG STANDING COMPLETELY CURED BY HERBAL MAGNETIC TREATMENT. CHRONIC SUFFERS SHOULD NOT FAIL TO CONSULT Mr. H. E. Kugelmann CONSULTING HERnALIST AND" E ALECnC, Or 172 A.D 174 WsLimax-sr., M31FI.EoUDe. All Consultations Free. NorcE.-If preferred, a signed agreement given, which provides that no cost is incurred in the event of acure not being effected. A S Mn. H. E. KUGELMAN, cannot possibly visit personally every town in Victoria and adjacent Colonies, and in order that all sufferers from any Chronic or supposed Incurable Disease may be enabled to obtain the benefit of his undoubted skill and abitity in Curing all Diseases by his new and wonderful Herbal Magnetic treatment without Drubgs or Poisons, he has appointed. his Associate and Representetive, M,-AL A, LEONARD, who is a skilled and carefuil Daguosist of many years' exerience, t?risit rrglarly every month the following amongst other towns for the purpose of making a most thorough and complete Diagnosis ...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SAVED FROM MISERY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 January 1891

S.&VED FROM MZSEBP.? Mns. FANNY DENT, wife of a gentleman employed in the Lambton collieries, kindly allows us to publish.the follow ing facts of her interesting case and wonderful recovery, which we gather from her correspondence, and which we shall be glad to allow anyone to peruse who wishes to do so. Mrs. Dent has been in a state of extreme debility for 12 years, frequently quite unable to do any work, the lightest kind causing great fatigue, with severe pains in the limbs, back, and left side. So severe was the pain that she would have to sit or lie down frequently. Walking exercise was very trying, and she could only walk very slowly. She had long seen Clements' Tonic advertised, but, like many more people, her husband was prejudiced against "patent medi cines," but (now we use her own words) "1 knew some one who had tried Cle ments' Tonic, and I decided to get a bottle on the quiet and say nothing about it if it did me no good. The effect I thought something wonderful...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BENALLA GRAMMAR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 January 1891

BENALLA GRAMMAR SCHOOL IT is hardly two years since Mr. M'Cristal opened the Benalla Grammar School, and at the present time we venture to think there were few people who thonht it would attain the proportions it has since done. There are now some 0 or 30 pupiLs attending the school, and on Friday night la ttheyshowed they hadl made admi-tble progress under Mr. M'Crietal's tuition. On that evening the first annual speech night took place in the Shire-hall, and the proceeeings were rendered a great del more ogrteable by the amistan?e given by tih pupils of Mrs. M'C?ristal. A large number of invitations dro isuoed, and at 8 o'clock, the time for calnmoncing, the hall was crowded to excess. Ve first piece given was a Toy Symphony," lib P.omberg, in which the parts were taken as follows :-Piano, Mrs. M'Cristal; first violin, Mr. Botterilge; riaJincello, Mr. lettoridge, sen.; nightinganr , Master D. oodie ; cuckoo, Master Manghan ; drum, Master E. Ride ; triangle, Master G. Meloe; #attle...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 January 1891

MELBOURKE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Br ELECrsIC TLEC.arP.] 31MEnIOuvE, LAsr NIGHT. Messrs. W. M'Is.wnirc and Co. report: CunEEse.-V'ry large supply, market very languid, few favorite lines meeting ready sale. PoU oTED TBO.-Large supply, market easier; good to prime, 4¢d. to 5?d. per lb., few very prime, Gd ; inferior or medium, very slack, 31d. to 4{d. FiEsR : Moderate soupply, prime dairies good condition shade firmer, G(d. to Sid., few favorities higher; good onliary anal lump, d. to 6d. ; inferior and soft lots, 2d. to 4dL Ec.s.-9d. to 91d. per doz. PouLTy.-Slack, excepting prime fat killing. IIo.Er.-Prime garden, 4d. to 5d ; bush, f2d. to 3d. BEESWAX, 10d. good demand.

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 15 January 1891

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 Mnlesworth in the afternoon. Distribu tion of Sunday School prizes in afternoon. Mr. E. I. Burgess at Chin Chin in the afternoon. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. T HE Rev. D. MILNE will conduct Divire Service (D.V.) in the above Church next Sabbath at Yea, morning at II o'clock, and in the evening at 7.30. In the afternoon at Homewood, at 3 o'clock. Scholastic. BENALLA GRAMMAR SCHOOL ParscuCAL: T. R. M'CRISTAL, For nearly 5 years Resident All-round Mas ter, St. Francis Xavier's College, Kew; and for 4 years Head Classical and Occa sional Master, St. Stanislans' College, Bathurst, which College, during these 4 years, obtained, in passes, three times the per-centage of anyotherCollege inN.S.W., 73 Students being successful in First Year Arts', Senior(erquivalent to latric. Honors), Matriculation, and Junior University Exams. SrUJECTs TAUGcrr: Latin, Gree...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

P.silvay Tima Tablo Aul coo-'. ROAD TO MEu'r~t'L Ilet 20nd; Miad Mixd Alexandra S. sD.S. I A.1.. 1.11. Road ... ' dep. 7 5525 Cuthkin ... 0' S0 51 7 0_540 Iolesworth 1 .20 o9 7 :30:5 50 flaham 7456110,1 - 7 6 5 Cheviot 2 5 7 ' .7 56j61 Yea -...' r 810650 I. P de 825 645 Homewnod. 3102 _ 8-5 '70 1 errisdarle . 3 9. SI 716 Trawool 5 1013 11 9'2O 750 Itnn 9 507 45 Tallaawok '.., "7 a 4: Exp. Exp. Melbourne- 16 3,11 aurr. 11 56 94.3 MeLDoUXYE TO ALaAŽNDI1A'PoAf Pass. Pass . _ :LY.1". 63 Meluee ut. 1st: ln& el-ep 574 5:' S. D. S'LD: (r.r95 Tallaruok ... 9 Trawool ...10! 7 05 840 Rcrrisdalc... 11 7' -i 1il5 84 ie sroorl. .12 S. I I .,. 9 10 fairr 11;55.9 25 Cheviot .. 13 99 z 1' 9 49 r.amu .14 96 1201100 Biokeawortlr I5 :110 3 - I.4a1015 Cathid ...15 610 3 - 11010 40 Alexandra Road ...16P11 0 nor. 1251055 *Change train itTaiulaaak. D1s-t57o a3 Arriva1 of ýalLa' 31A lt dose and arrive -at the Yea Post Ojire at the unsderentioned boars: cLs iAT YEA 03-' A.Y. ro.Y.' -, - aa~ Slelloer...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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SAVED FROM MISERY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

.SAVED FROM XsE T. MRns.'FA.Yr Desr, wife of a gentleman employed-in the Lambtoa collieries, kindly allows us to publish the follow ing ficta of her interesting case and Wonderful recovery, which we gather from her correspondence, and which we shall be glad to allow anyone to lieruse who wishes to do so. Mrs. Dent has beern in a state of extreme debility for 12 years, frequently quite unable to do any work, the lightest kind causing great fatigue, With severe pains in the limbs, back, and left side. So severe was the pain that she would have to sit or lie down frequently. Walking exercise was very trying, aid she could only walk very slowly. She had long seen Clements' Tonic advertised, but, like many more people, Etr 'husband was'prejudiced against "patent medi ipes," but (now we use her own words) ".1 knew some one who had tried Cle ments' Tonic, and I decided to get a liottle on the quiet and say nothling about it if it did me no good. .The effect I thought something -wonderful. ...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. Messrs. W. M'ILWRICK and Co. report:— [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Br EIECrruc TELsaGPIr.] MELBOUaSE, LAST NIcnt. Messrs. W. MIILwatCx and Co. report: CuEsE.-Large supply of new forward. The market continues very slack, and sales were confined to a few favorite dairies. We look for an improvement in a few weeks. Brrrm.--Potted: Good supply, and prices ranged about the same as last week. Good prime, 41d. to 5Ad. per lb.; a few higher; inferior, lower; medium, 3{d. to 4~L. Fresh: Moderate supply, and prime dairies were in good demand, at 7d. to 81d., and a few favorites higher; good ordinary and lump, 5d. to 6d. ; inferior and heated lota, 2d. to 41d. Eccs.-9d. to 91d. per dozen. PoLrTar.-Very slack.

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THE YEA RIVER SYNDICATE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

TEE TEA RIVER SWNDICATE. M e. WALKEDEN, secretary of the Yea River Trading" Company, has sul mitted an amended proposal to the Minister of Lands in regard to .the timber rights originally sought to be attained by the company. Mr. Walke den nowv asks the Government to allow the company to take up 2000 acres of land under the provisions of section 32 of the Land Act 1884.-. This section provides for the iseue .of leases eoer large grazing areas, power being given to the lessee to secure the fee simple of. 320.acres. - The company also wish to lhense..:4000 acres as a timber area, subjectto special conditions asto remo val of timber. The concession sought in connection with the constitution of tramways and water right privileges remain the same as in the original application. The proposal has been referred to the Inspector-Geineral of Public Works for report whether the area proposed to be alienated encroaches upon the.- watershed of the Watts River. The Conservator of Forests has also...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

THE WOOL MARKET. Meessrs. Dar.arrE and Co5rPAY,, LsmTED, report on 19th January: We held our usual wool sale to-day, and submitted 1,250 bales to a'full attendance of the trade. The activity reported last week continues unabated, and the advance then quoted was fully sustained to-day, buyers displaying much eagerness in their biddiog for almost all descriptions. We consider the market better to the extent of a td. to id. for greasy, and a ld. to 3d. for scoured and au g wool. CMI?P- wth thh prices -rnling before the holidays.' We sold to-day 1,100 bales, realising up to 10bd. for greasy merino, lld. for greasy lambs, Is. d. for scoured, ad Is. 7d. for washed.

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The Yea Sub-Treasury. PAYMENTS AWAITING. M. T. M'Cormick. CROWN GRANT. Daniel M'Leish. LICENCES AND LEASES AWAITING EXECUTION AND DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

The ea Sub-Treasry. PARMNTS AWAITING. .M: T. M'Coxmick. CROWN GRANT. Daniel M'Leish. I?ICENR ANID LEISES AWAITING EXYECUTION AND DELIVERY. M.L Coonan A. M'Lnre M. Leech F. M'Lnre J. Hoare S. L Robins C. E. M'Cormack W. E. M'Clelland M. Jeffery E. M'Leish T. C. Rowan R. Megget J. Megget J. Chisholm Thos. Nolan J. Williamson M. A. M'Cormick A. Bassett A. Reid . A. Chisholm F. Martin J. M'Alister M. Devehnih C. Davey R.l Green.

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CRICKET. FLOWERDALE V. YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

S8 0 ZZT. FLOWEIDALE V. YEA. TaE first matClof the season between the above cluliwas played. en Satur day last, on tl Yea ground. Morris captained thd locals, and Egan the visitors. Thliormer having. wos the toss, sent Floerdale to the. wickets, who put up atotal of 49 runs before the last wicketfell, Dwyer and Egan, with 12 and 11 runs• respectively, be ing top scorers Yea then handled the willow, and wre successful in corn piling 58, or ni' runs ahead of their opponents, Webter, with 12 runs, be ing top scorer. Flowerdale then went in for tlheir secad innings, but they found the trunlling" of Wilson, who secured seven rckets at a cost of 10 runs, too difficult b- iegotiate, and atthe call of "time" ..bl lost eight wickets for 21 runs. Yeithus won the.natchl on.the first jnning by nine runs. The Misses Wilson kin*ly provided tea for the cricketers, asd'ht half-time ahearty vote of thanks, proposed by the Flower lale captain, ias carried lby seclanma tion. The fielding of both sides...

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YEA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

YEA POLICE COURT. 3Mr. J. Keo;gh, P, attends on Tuesdays; Mr. l'elter, Clerk of Court, attends daily.

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MEMORANDA. YEA SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

YEA SHIIE COUNCIL Ordinary Monthly !Meeting, First Satur day in cach month, at 11 a.m.

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YEA BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

TAEO1=D'"-ma x :ate " E : Mcets the last &tunluy in each month tt 4 p.m

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YEA PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

TEA IUBLIC LII?ARY. Open daily, from 10 '.mn. to 10 p.m. Committee meets tirst Tuesday in tmh month. Librarian, 1lins lWite.

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The Parnell-O'Shea-Gladstone Imbroglio. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

The I All-O'Shesa-GO ato . m.broglio.i A SouTH AbMRIcAn-paper has the following:-" The sigiticance of Mr. Parnell's threat that he would produce evidence of the truth of his statements concerning.the Hsawirden. inter,view, laid in the fact that Mrs., O'Shea was the intermediary . betlveen the Irish chief and the G.O.M.,.at that time, and both wrote her, many confidential letters. These Mr. Parnell unscru pulously intended to resurrect Unfor tunately, he reckoned without taking Mrs. O'Shea into consideration. She flatly declined to give up the corres pondence. Mr.Gladstine's letters were, she said, marked 'private,' and the endorsement should be respected. As a consequence the breech (already serious) between Mrs. O'Shea and her quondam lover has widened." By the way, the late Mr. Western Wood, who was once an M.LC. of Queensland, and resided on the Logan, wasone of the famous Mrs. O'Shea's brothers, it is stated. The late Mr. Wood married a Miss Darvall, who subsequently he came Mrs...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. ['We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on Public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] AN APPEAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

LZTTEZ S TO THE EDiTOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions.' Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] AN APPEAL. O' THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. Snm,-Will .you kindly grant me space in ypur.columpsito call attention tea. very sad case of sickness and poverty ? Many of your readers will doubtless know Abe Powell and his wife, and aged couple living for the past 21 years on the Alexandra Road, near Cot ton's'Pinch. They have been unable to work for some time past, and their small savings -helped out by the kindness of neighbors are all spent. Abe has been ill for some months with erysipelas. His wife is now prostrated with dysentery, and her recovery is doubtful. Dr. Stock has very kindly given them medical advice gratuitously, and many residents have supplied other pressing needs But a nurse has haed to be procured, and other expenses will have to be met. I am sure that the case need only be stated to ensure a prompt...

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The Government Gazette. CENSUS ENUMERATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

The GOoomme -t azotta.to.. CELS?TS D 31EDLATO. : Anglesey.-Thomas _F. ; Roberts,, Moles worth . ... . . n. Kilmore, Dalhousie, and! Lancefiel?-J. P. Glennon, Kilmore. :;;: A ... IUEnCFS ApI7mIoED. .; : John Rowe, 96a., Flowerdale. James Courtney, 320a.; Ruffy. - James Roberts, 36a., Molesworth." GRA?TS APROVED. Donald Cumming, 10a. 2r. 27p., Yarnk. EEAS.s APPROVED. Alex. Palmer, 119a. or. 18p., Gobur. Mary M'Veigh, 91a. Or. 18p., larck. Matthew Tait, 62a. 2r. 3p., Broadford. LOCAL LAND BOARMi. Alexandra.-Monday, February 16. Mansfield.-Tuesday, February 17. TRA\SFEBS REGLOTEtED. A. Bassett to Allan M. Ferguson, Flower dale, allot. 15, Wlndham, and allots. 1 and 2, Deeril-126a. Or. 19p., S2a. 10r p., and' 1OOa. Or.'38p. James Fox to the Victorian Railway Com missioners, part of allot. 36, Yarck, 13a. Jr. 32 4-10p. Donald Robertson to Hugh Gilmore, al lots, 43, 44u, Thornton, .720.; 42a, 44c, 49B, 99a. Ir. 39p.

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