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THE UPPER MURRAY COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 May 1891
"rar TITER ZELRURP.& COYNTBT. (BY W?V DEna"ER) Tax coach starts in the grey dawn of the morning, and WVodonga is soon left behind, as we pace it merily with a 14 mile stage to run down, leaving the river on the left, the iabd winds easterly through ordinary and uninteresting country until, after travelling five miles, the fiats of the Keewa river are reached. It was running nearly a banker, and is here divided into so many branches and backwaters, thast it" is difficult to estimate its value, but it is a very con siderable stream, and its flats show every indication of great fertility. It is. crossed by numerous bridgesiand. em bankments, 'extendintg. ovser. three quarters of a mile, and which 'iuist have cost the Gover?.iint a mint of money, and now. beda drag on the Wodonga Shire for maintenance and repairs Shortlywe cone to a Ihadside hotel, where' horses 'and : men -are re freshed: the "estahblhitiseot is prdoprir tored by a bonafae of "Ye Ollden Time," good for 20 stone...
YEA ATHLETIC SPORTS CLUB. QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 May 1891
TZR ALTZTIO 87BTS CLY2. - --.. QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY SPORTS. TaE following are the Handicaps for the Sheffield and Hurdle Races: SEmFELD' HEADICAP. :Da A. W. Doxey ... . J. Ferguson ... 8 A. A. H.Snodgrs ... 14 J. Baker .... 15 H. 3'Auliffe ..... ... 18 J. M'Rae . ... ... 18 G. Wright ... Is M7 J. Murphy" ..'. ... 19 R. J. Dydale ... ... 19 G. Wartman ...... 19 D. Drysdale ... ... 21 E. H. Dobson ... ... 21 HANDICAP Hwcnxom. yn& A. W. Dozey ... . . 5 Se ... ... 20 H. 3l'Auliffe ... ... 20 G. Wright ... ... 20 R J. Dry daee ... .. 23 `M. '.Le h ... ... 30 t -t_??. far t':e Sheffield and Hurdles a! i.: _ +e :: i: ls ,af the Secretary (Mr. ;;t.rw? ...ll) w, Liter than 10 o'clock on :tar :sy Jigh;t next.
PREPARING SKINS AND BARK FOR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 May 1891
PREPARING SKINS AND BARK FOR MARKET. THm following useful hints are given in a cirenlar by Messrs. Yonnghusband and Co.: SxEEPSrns.y-When the skins are taken off, they should be dried in the shade by being thrown either across a fence or a wire, pelt up. The trotters should not be cut off until the skin is nearly dry. In cases where damage is likely to ensue, either by reason of long distancethe consignment has to come or weevil, be., they should be painted with the tInid, the preparation of which, with directions as to its use, are given below. When thoroughly dry, the skins should be male Lts irs,.es, all picked the one way o ?o, ol any flls should be with the woolly side outrards. The bundles should he seecurely fastened, and one of our labels aifixed to each hundle. It will be found a.-lisable to seni consignments to market as oitu as possible, for they do not improve by keeping
SKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, AND BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 May 1891
SKINS; HIDES, TALLOW, nxA BARK. MIsss. YOUSGHCSn.ID and COMPAcT, L?rrann, repert m 19th Hy - . SHuzzaKsas.-Dry skins, (superior) from to S 6d each; do., seconds, from 2sto 3s6d; do., best rossbreds, 4d to 6d perlk; do., lambs, 3d to 5id; do., pelt, to 5d; do., inferior, ljd upwards Butchers' green pelts, best, 4 6d to 5s 3d; do. do., seconos, s 6dto4s3d; do. do., thirds, 2s3dto3s. Butchers' green lamb pelts, best, 2s 6d to 3s 3d; do. do., inferior, Is 6d to 2s 3d. Hni.IE--Green ox hides, extra stout and heavy, 3Od per lb.; do. do., ordinary, 2d to 2jd; do. do. inferior, to lId ;New Zealand, do. prime, 4d to 5jd; do. do medium, 2Id to 3d. Butchers' green ox, superior, to 64d ; do. do., stout and heavy, 5d to 5d ; do. do. medium, 2ld to 3d; do. do., light, to S2d; do. cow, superior, to 2d; do. do. inferior, to l5d; do. kip, to 2jd; do. calf skin, to 41d. TA?L.w.-Prime mutton, ex store, L(I 10s to L23per ton; prime mixed, L1 5s to L21I 15s; country mixed, good, in shipping order, L20 1...
Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 May 1891
Goos ad hPgcals at the Tea Rail Tw7 tation. -4- THE following is a list of the goods and parcels awaiting delivery at the Yea Rail way Station on Wednesday morning: GOODS Waddell, Wiiams, -ohnston, Carison, Perry and Petch, Murphy. Evans, E. G. Wilson, .L J. Kelly, Kummer, Underwood. PARSZ S Almond, M'Leish (Glenmore), Sanders, Brown, Brady, Borrie, Drapery M'Dowell, Colwell, Blake, M. J. Kelly.
The Yea Sub-Treasury. PAYMENTS AWAITING. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 May 1891
',ho Tca SIub -Tre?y. PATIE"S AWAITrING. Yea Shire Council CRoWY GRLN'TS. J. C. Sanders Richard Jeffrey Ceo. Leech . C. Davey J. D. Webster LCENCES AND LEASES AWAITING EXECUTION AND DELIERY. 3. Williamson J. Brdy E. M'Leish W. Hicks M. Leech E. Green C. E. M'Cormack R. Sharp M. Jefery J. Hoare T. C. Rowan L M'Dowell M. Coonan E. C. Mayger A. M'Lure A. Minto 8. L Robins E. Morgan A. Bassett C. Dunning A. M'Cormlkl Geo. Stewart L. T. M'Cermick y. Martin D. Tyrer
Rates of Postage. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 May 1891
Ratos of Fost go : To.. all places.. beyond...thea.ustralian, Colonies (British New Guinea, Fiji;, rid -. Nes' Hebrides excepted), O2d. per half.' ounce. Post-cards to the United Kingdom, 2d. each. On letters to New South Wales, South Australia, Queensland, Tasmania, . Ne? Zealand, Fiji, British N?ew.Guinea, and New Hebrides, 2d. per halftounce;i 2d.-' per ounce being formerly charged. Registration of letters, packets, parcel, &e., 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 (2td).of foreign postage to the United Kingdom only, and as regards all other countries to revert. to the charges made previous to the Ist January, IS91, until after the l'otal Congress to be held in Vienna in May next.
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 May 1891
Departuro and Arrival of Mails. MAiL close and arive at the lea iPost' ý f08ice at the undermentioned henrs:-e CL0)S' ATYEA'0?.OR-.?i :"A.M. P.M.:, ,:io Melbourne;... ' . . ,,; ? , .,8 1 ~, '1 6 y,",:::, Doogalook .; Molesworthi . - 11, Tarek Alexandra .. . . I11 ' 8 Murrindindl ,.. ... 12:10 Flowerdale .;. 12 10 a M-Leish's ,. 10...: ... Underwood's .. 12,10 De ino's ..." ..? . . 12 10 I Holden ... .. .12 10 Murphy. ... ..... . 12 10 l , RECEIVED ATYEA MX-" A.. Tallarook 1.;.', . 11 30 9, ". ,!, Mlelbourne.. . . ... 1 30 . 301 . Doogalook ...0 Moles-worth - , Gobnr . Tlearo~ h ... i ."c "" - . Aleoandra. ". 0 ' . G6?I.i'o' ' uarriiadiadi m'30 Flewerdale 'I .10 ) Undcrsood's. 1,10' Devlin's .= 3I 0 Holden's? ..0".. I 0-: Murphy's ... ':0
THE GORDON-CUMMING AND PRICE OF WALES SCANDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 May 1891
THE GORDON-CUMMING AND PRINCE OF WALES SCANDAL I UNDERSTAND (says the London cor respondent of the Dundee Advertiser) that on Mr. Pickersgill's motion on the subject of gambling we are to. have some very free and outspoken language. During tne reign of George III. and the Regency members of- the House of Commois were very' frank in their criticismhs on the dbings of great personages in society, and there is a ,disposition below theganway to retiurn to thb same style of independent and fearless observation. -Whether the speeches will take a personal tone I do not. know, but I should not be surprised if things were said which would cause no little annoyance in- the highest circles.. The opinions of members on gambling and betting have found only limited expression in questions addressed to tihe Government. A debate affords more; field for free and strong criticism, and it is certain that strong things will be said as to the evil example given by the very highest'classes in the matter ...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 May 1891
CO]ZflOtA MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. FA Sam ,.-.-A larger supply than antici patel came forward, 30,000 havlng been yarded, including twolarge drafts of prime merino wethers from northern New South Wales. The demand was inactive, and prices for good to prime qualities ruled Od per head lower; while middling des criptions were difficult to quit at figures fully Is per head under those ruling last week. Some lots were turned out unsold. Prime crossbred wethers, from 16e to 17s 6d, a feo extra prime and heavy do. do., from 8l to 25I; prime crossbred ewes, from 13a to 14a; a few prime shorn do. do., from 16a to 22s; prime merino wethers, from 12s 6d to 14a 6d; a few do do., to 15s 6d: good do. do., from 10 to Ila; middling do. do., from 7a 6d to 8s6d; inferior do. do., from 6s; prime merino ewes, from Os 61 to 10s. FAT Laxas.-4,500 werepenned. Good to prime qualities were sparingly represented, and for such late rates were maintained, while second and inferior sorts were dull of sale at l...
A CURE FOR CANCER. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 May 1891
ACA:' URE FOR CANCER. THE following.letter from Mr. John Hetherton, Yea, to Mr. P. Quinlan, Kialla East, who is, we believe, a cousin to Mr. John Quinlan, J.P., Yea, has been published inShepparton paplrs: "Dear Sir,-I write you these few lines to let you know that I am well, hoping to find you the same, and I am very proud to say that the cure you :ave me for my cancer I had in my lip is a perfect cure, as the poultice you put on took it clean away. You .would not know where it was now, and it was fifteen years since it started, and the last two years it was running a' little. I can say that I was at Dr. Beaney's two years ago, and h'e wanted to cut it out, but I would not let him, aiid he gave me some stuff to try and burn it out, but it was no use. Dr. Stock, of Yea, said it would, have to be cut out. I have' been to several Chinese doctors, and have, used. stuff that would burn the leg off a horse, butl: Ican recommend your. cure as a god ,'ne. It. is, a great wonder to. every o...