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YEA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 5TH MAY. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M., and Mr. J. M'Cornick, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 May 1891
TE3A POLICE COUT. TUESDAY, 5TH MAY. (PBefore ,Mr. J. Keogh, P.M., and Mr. J. M1'Cormnick, J.'.) DRUNKENNESS. Thl?m?s O'lrien, charged with being drank as he had lbeen in the lock-up for one night, and it was his first otfence. CIVIL CASES. Rich:rd Coles v. Jamss II. Rose.-Claim, Ll s. (el. rent, and 10s. money collected. Defenldant put in a set-off for 12s. Gl., rwhich plaintiff admitted. Order for LI 5s., and 15s. costs. Mr. Graham for plaintiff. E. S. Purcell and Co. v. Edwin Rasch. Claim, LI Ss. 91d. Order for amount, and Ll 3s. costs; in default, distress. Same v. George M'Laughlin.-Claim, LI 17s. id. goods, and IA s. dishonored cheque. Order for LS 2s. 7d. and 9s. costs. A DISPUTED FENCE Sydney Jesse Sheppard charged William Mitchell with unlawfully and maliciously cutting a dividing fence between the lands occupied Iy the informant and the defendant, or Richard Mitchell. Mr. Snowball, who appeared for the in formaut, stated that there hall been a quarrel between the parties fo...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 May 1891
=TWS AN2 NOTES. So far as can be gathered from the Census returns, the population of the colony is now 1,133,S46, being an increase of 071,300 during the past ten years. There are 594,080.nmles, and 579,766 females. The following statement will be of interest, as showing the rate of incirease in the popu lation during the last tirve cesuses: 1834 ...2....... 23,361 1859 .. ... S:;,66S 1861 ... :.. ... 513,896 1871 - .. ".. ... 731,528 181 .... ... ... 862,346 The Electoral District of Anglesey contains 12,610 persons. Thoigh the returns are published from a large number of Shires, we have not so far been able to ascertain the popolation of the Yea Shire. TII annual meestangtdf la r ubsenibers.to the Yea Public: .Library was held on Monday night. lPresent:. Mr. T. S. Scale (President), Rev. Ci H.. Barnes (Vice-Presi. dent), Dr. L"ang, Mesris. W. Wilson'(Hon. Secretary), 8. Dess~or, A. W. Hrslam, and P. (alvin. The following officers were elected:-President, Mr. T. S. Scale (re electe...
Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 May 1891
Goods and Parcels at the Tos BPal Way Station. T E following is a list of the goods and parcels awaiting delivery at the Yea Rail way Station on Wednesday morning: Purcell, If. Wilson. M. Brady. Waddell, C. Davey, J. M,'Leish, Walton, Cook, E. G. Wilson, Webster, D. M'Leish. FrAELS. Buckland, Almond, Loan, Conlan, Under wood, C. Anderson, Antony. White, Egan, Sanders, Barnes, P. Dana, Lee Gow, Cum merford, Thos. Williamson.
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 May 1891
3IELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. (runos ouR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) --- eer. appýy at oIo 'rC )e a? t na sold to-day. There was a limited propor tion from good to prime qualities, and prime pens met with a fair competition, at from L9 9sto L10 10s; good, from L7 10s to LS 10s; middling and inferior, from L5 15s to L6 15s; prime pens of cows, from L6 to L75 s. FAT SnEEP.-24,000 yarded. The market was moderately supplied with golo to prime qualities, and for such the demand was brisk, with a firmer tendency, while other descriptions were in dull request at about late rates. Prime crossbred wethers from 15s to 18s; a few extra do. do., from 19s to 22s 6d; prime crossbred ewes, from 12s to 15 ; a few extra do. do., from los to 0s ; prime merino wethers, from 12s to 15s 6d; good do. do., from 10s to Ils; middling and inferior, from 7sto 9s ; prime merino ewes, from Ss to lOs Gd. FAT LAsRs.-4,000 were penned. The supply proved ample for trade requirements, consequently for good to prime qualities th...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. Messrs. W. M'ILWRICK and Co. report:— [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 May 1891
IMELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. (FROM OUR OWN cos0:urPONDENT.) [Br EL.ECIruC TcELE.rrIL.] MEsLoc\EE, L.OST s n?nT. Messrs. W. M'ILw sCK and Co. report: CzEEsE~ -Market quiet; good to prime, 4d to 51d; one special line, Std; mediumn and inferior, 2d to 3?i. BorrER.-Potted: Prime new weekly, Od to Is Id. Several good dairies of spring potted, fit for counter trade, calle forward to-day, and met with a ready sale at Gid to 9d, but a large portion of what is coming forward is unfit for counter trade, and con sequently very difficult to sell; old spring inferior, 2Id per lb. Fresh: Inferior sup ply, and prices considerably loswer; best dairies, 1s to Is 3l; a large quantity of good ordinary sold st Sd to 10d; inferior lower. Eocs.-Is 9d to Is 9ld per dozen. Por.--On Friday there was a large sup ply, and brisk demand. Prime light weights brought 4d to j5d per lb.; heavy and infe rior, 24 to 31d. Port.rat.-Slack.
The Yea Sub-Treasury. PAYMENTS AWAITING. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 May 1891
The TCa Sub-Tresury. PAYMENTS AWAITING. 3. Norman (LOWN C??LT. Jas Clooney LICSCES AND LEASES AWAITING EXECUTION ALD DELTYY.o J. Williamson J. Brady E. M'Leish G. H. Evans M. Leech W. Hicks C. E. M'Cormack E. Green M. Jeffery R. Sharp T. C. Rowan J. Hoare M. Coonan L M'Dowell A. M'Lnre E. C. Mayger S. L. Robins A. Minto A. Bassett E. Morgan S. Tyrer C. Dunning A. M'Cormick
SALES OF LAND AND STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 May 1891
SALES OF LAND AND STOOL TUE MunAy RVEnu STOCK, STATIno , asO Couxsunsos Asscer CourAsY (Limited) report for April as under : On Ist April we report a clearing sale on account of Mr. W. Kennedy, Arcadia, where every line sold welL Milk cows to £7; young stock at good prices. On :d April we hedd aclearing sale for MIr. Guy Robinson, Whitehead's Creek, which was thoroughly successful, the whole of his '"'- -'ef l ilk cows being cleared at excellent sandries als soi wellh . ' His horses and On 7th April at our Monthly Seymour Satle our usual full supply of stock was yarded. The demand was fairly good, and a large proportion was cleared. On same day we held a clearing sale for Mr. If 1'Kay, Seymour, when the whole of his house. hold furniture and shop material were sold. At Longwood, on 14th inst., we report a smaller yarding than usual, the whole of which were cleared at satisfactory rates. On 14thApril, at Mr. E. Jonson's, Mlanga lore, whose property of 900 acres we had previously sold...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 May 1891
.ENGLISH MONEY. E. AND R. SADLEIR, 229 COLLINS-STREET, 'MELBOURNE, As AcETS FOC TeTUSTEE AND OTHER SOURCES, HAVE MONEY TO LEND COUNTRY SECURITIES, Sums of £500 and Upwards, FOR A TEsoI or YO RS, FREEHOLD, nw?on 5 ; LEASEHOLD, ruos 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. Particulars 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. THE 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. Loasox.-ll0 Cannon-street, E.C. Mt.sou? se.-283 Collins-street East. BRIssaae.-Edward and Elizabeth-ts. NEWCTaT.-L3?' Hunter-street A?gnci?s Thronuhout tho World. LONDON BOARD OF ADVICE. L...
YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 May 1891
TEA SEIRE COONCIL. SATURDAY, MAr 2. TnE usual monthly meeting of the council was held on Saturday last. Present: Crs. Sanders (President), Scale, M'Cormick, Ferguson, Webster, Richards, and Quinlan; Mr. Percy Lingford (Engineer), and Mr. W. B. Steuart (Secretary). CORULESPONDEcFCE appointment of Engineer to the Shire. From Dr. Lang, acting Health Of ficer, notifying that two cases of typhoid fever had been reported to him. From the Lands Department, stating that, in view of the recommendation of the Local Land Board at Yea, steps were being taken to temporarily reserve the proposed site for a manure depot for the towhship of Yea. From John O'Connor, appointing Mr. F. M'Cluskey as his arbitrator, " to act at once." From Stuart Murray, Chief En gineer Water Supply Department, stating that he would be glad to assist the council by examining and giving his opinion on the merits of the com petitive designs submmitted for the sup ply of water to the township of Yea. From the Treasury, for...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 May 1891
hu.-ch Scrvicca. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, YEA. T HF Rev. C. H. BARNES will conduct Divine Service at the above Church on Sunday morning and evening next; also at Molesworth in the afternoon. Mr. J. T. Daley at Ghin Chin in the afternoon. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. T HE 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'cloek. SALVATION ARMY MEETINGS. AT vTE BEaBncus (Ne?T COsEMcIuAL HorTE), Every Saturday Evening, at 8 o'clock. Every Sunday Afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Every Sunday Evening, at 7.30 o'clock. Eccrybody is W'elcome. S SCT. ALEIII.rn lW .Nos. S 'iý. Arctios : ISEYMOUR TUESDAY, MAY 19, AT 2 o'cocn. SALE BY AUCTION AT SEYMOUR oF 1,700 Victorian Store Cattle AND 300 Speyed Cows. T H. TEAGUE and CO. are specially * instructrd to Sell on above date 200 4-year-old Victorian Bullocks in forward condition 500 3-year-old Victorian Bullocks, fresh, sappy cattle 500 2-y...
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1891. AT SIXES AND SEVENS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 May 1891
wT, 1 ýt wicc i?s? cit ?o i , \WITIIH WHIICIH IS INCORIPORATED PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. T11URSDAY lA)Y 7, 1891. AT SIZES AN SEVE3NS. MANY folk prophesied that, with the resigna tion of MIr. E. S. PURCELL, things would go smoothly as a marriage bell in the Council. The prophets must have been woefully dis appointed on Saturday, if any of them were present in the Council-chamber. The PRsoi DENT, driven to bay by Cr. WElnsTER, after months of patient endeavor to work smoothly, retaliated, and did not mince his words, anoy more than his accuser. Scenes of this kind, though they cause the unre flecting to laugh, are not creditable to the Council or the ratepoyers of the Shire. If a job had been perpetrated, it was the bounden duty of Cr. "'-.or. or- oth, r . Coon. been done without raking up the dleadl ashes of the pant 20 years. If the P'RoE:SEr re taliated in a manner unworthy ,f the high office in which he has been placed by the Council and the ratepayers, those who may be disposed t...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 7 May 1891
Marriage. UNDERWOOO-WARNER.—On the 22nd April, at Kilcreggan House, South Melb- ourne, by the Rev. S. Kent, St. Silas', Rich- ard Underwood, second son of Charles Un- derwood, Yea River, to Annie Louise War- ner, daughter of late Thomas Warner, solicitor, Rangoon, Burma.
YEA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 12TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 14 May 1891
TEA 1OLICE OUVRT; TUESDAT, 122H MAY. (Before Messrs. J. M'Cormick and T, S. Scale, J.P.'s) INSUTLINO BEIAVIOUR. J. D. Steuart, Station-master. Alexandra road Station, charged Daniel O'Connor and Harry Hitchcock with insulting behaviour, and making use of obscene language, in a public place, on the 9th inst. After hearing the evidence of complainant and Andrew Watt, coach proprietor, the Bench fined O'Connor 5s. and 7s. Gil. costs on the first charge, and 20s. on the second charge-in default, three days; Hitchcock being fined 5s. and 7s. Gd. costs, in default six hours' imprisonment, on the first charge -the second charge being dismissed. Mr. Jackson, who appeared for the Rail way Commissioners, asked for professional costs, but the Bench pointed out that he had not made his request before the verdict was given, and refused to alter it. ANOTIIHER CAUTtON TO DROVEPS. Stowell Marshall charged John Scott, drover for Mr. J. N. Walton, with driving sheep through his land without givingnec...
THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. APPLICATIONS FOR LICENCES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 14 May 1891
T C UOVESRHXE1T AZaETTE. APPLICATTIOS FOR LICENCES APPROVED. Margaret T. M'Cormick, 302a., Switzer. land. TRANSFERS APPROVED. Donald Robertson, Thornton, to Hugh Gilmore. APPLICATIONS FOR GRAENTS PPROVED. Isame Hiort, 20a., Yea. Edward Dsherty, 20a., Kerrisdale. RENEWAL OF LICENCES APPROVED. Peter Dunn, 467a., Molesworth. John W. Harris, 16a., Merton. APALICATIONS FOR LEASES APPROVED. Sara Cumming (nee Allsop), 189a., Gobnr. Esther Pickerin. o320a., Yea. David Tyrer, 5Sla., Yea. William Hicks, 260a., Windham. LAnD SALES will be held at Alexandra on Tuesday, 25th May, and at Mansfield on Thursday, 25th May. It is nearly time we had another Government land sale in Yea. APPOINTMENTS, &C. Mo. J. N. LT?cn, Station-master, Sey mour, has been appointed Officer.cf Customs, for protective purposes. 3IM W. H. GAUsT, formerly P.M. at Ballarat, has been appointed a County Court Judge, rice Judge Quinlan, retirod. MR. H. A. HALLDAY, Postmaster at Alexandra, has been appointed Receiver an...
Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 14 May 1891
Goods sad rccls at tho T'a :ail way Station. TaE following is a list of the goods and parcels awaiting delivery at the Yea Rail way Station on 1ednesday morning: GOODS, Davey, M'Leish, Lee Gow, C. Anderson, Walton, J. ,1'Leish, Waddell. PAPRCES. Almond, Walker, Brady, Conlan, Hanly, Lee Gow, Crockett, Egan, C. Anderson.
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 14 May 1891
OO3OCIAL. o-t MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. FAT SHEEr.-24,000 yarded. The bulk of thesupply consistedof middling descriptions. For golo to prime qualities the demand was brisk, and prices ruled firm at last week's rates, while other sorts were dull at sale, but noalteration in value can be quoted. Prime crossbred wetbers from 16s to 18s : extra prime and heavy weight do. do., from 19s to 20s, a few to22s; prime crossbred ewes from 12sto 15s, a few to 16s ; prime merino wethers from 12s6d to 15s. a few to 15s 6d; good do. do., from lOs 6d to Ils Gd ; middling do. do., from Ss to 9s; inferior do. do., from 7s; prime merino ewes, from Ss Gd to IOs 6d, a .mall draft to 1ls. FAT LArs-?-3,000 were penned. For good to prime qualities sales were readily effected, while other descriptions met a dragging sale at about former quotations. Prime sold at from 1ls to 12s; a few extra, 13s to 14s 6 d; good, Ss Gd to 9s 6d; middling and inferior, from 6s.
MR. CLEMENTS EXPLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 14 May 1891
M1Aa' people have expressed surprise that CLEMENTS TONIC has met with such wonderful and unprecedented success in such a short time. The explanation is simple-IT Is .ENUINr,. I saw the thousands of worthless hogs will American nostrums flooding the Australian market year by year, month by month, day by day, and knew that a great amount of money left these shores annually in return for these rubbishy articles, all of which made the country so much the poorer. I also knew that the exigencies of life in this country and the climate necEssi tated the use of an artificial bloodmaker to restore the normal condition and vital forces which were so enervated by climatic and other influences. I also saw the thin, pale, delicate, and attenuated men and women of Aus tralian cities, and studied the causes and ways and means of remedying the evil ; I saw that it was impossible to bring the article required into popular favour except in the form of a patent medicine. I knew of the thousands of pou...