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Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 May 1891

ELilway Timo Tablo. ALEXANDR.cA RoA TO \IEL?OURNE '. ist. 2nd. ixdAI ixd[ Alexandra s.D. s. S. A.M. _.I. " Road . dep. 7 510) Cathkin .. - 20i 5 Molesworth I 0 :5 Chevoiot ... 2 4 1 7 750 Ii Yea 3...3 0 romewood... 3-1 2 4 Kerrisdale... 4 10 Trawool ... 1 . 3 1 9 7 13 rr. 9 501 7 :0 Melbourne... 16 311Ii a.. 10 56 : 0 ] ae /11 t :, MIELLOUtRNE TO ALr.XADRA ROAD. I Pass. P- . Melbourne... lst. nd. dep. S. D. . D. (tro. 9 55 7 :." Tallarook ... D 3 G ? d , o Trawool ... 10 6 7 0 - 10 5 S l Kerrisdale ...11 3 7' 6 11 15 1 i 5 Homewood... 1 3 3 3 II 3! 9 is Yea ...13 3 0 a? Chorot ... 13 9 9' ' It_ 1 Balham ... 14 9 O - :I010 Mlnlesworthl 3 - 12 ? oathkin ... I 10 3 - I I' 100I Alexandra Road '. 10. 311 0rr. 1 2 10 Change trams at Talaarock.'

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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MR. CLEMENTS EXPLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 May 1891

lstAY:pdopt HIrd tt'pies'sed surprise that CLEMENTS TONIC hals met with such wonderful and unprecedented success in such a short time.; The explanation is simple--ir is SF.suimE. I saw the thousand1 of worthleslalogs will American nostrumis flooding the Australian market year b1y 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 mucli the poorer. I also knew that the exigencies of life in this country and the cliinate ne'&itsi tated the use of an artificial bloodmaker to restore the- normal couditioi -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, ard studied the causes ad 'ways and. means of. remedying the evil .I saw that it was. impossible to bring the- article required -into populai, fao4a dpept' in the forsth Of a patent medicine. I kne...

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MARKET-DAY AT WANGARATTA [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 May 1891

(BY ITiuvs, ` Trit. iAI~r iLAs Ns.) To my mind, one of the best indications of the solid prosperity. of :a country town is that there should-beestablished therein a stock. marlefori i wide.area of. the surrounding, eniotry., Such markets aroe not'to be established any where, and the: locality must, be .a nitpral centre forosnet'succeed. An insfknce of .thiis,sl sh.o?in the north wiest of V vtori,., .-S s? e lmallt .l ginnin'gs an insportantststock .nsark t has been formed, tt w, pot, where for years the- only: habit?t.en.'waa one boilding, which' sred iveth ite}F" store, and 'post-oflice:' Th plte?o ".etquF distant from furi-our g i. .centres of population, and was hthgcfore a coi venieiat me?etiise;1oinds fi'stock-owners and stock-dealers. Several of the townships in thie' il jirttidetvoired' t?.gey the mnarkets-estab~l ts .withlin their ounds, but without-avail. There was rani tb't1" f's en the s tand i id i t-no t h ally )sereased till it is now one of the most IP? Rt 1Ha di ,t ,...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 May 1891

out Melbourne correspondent writes as follows:-" I- am :in receipt of the 57th annual report of the.Bank of Austra lasia, with the accounts for the half.year to October, 1800. The balppge-sheetshows that, after providing f'or every continggency, the net profit for the half.yea' atmonts to £112,055. The addition of £15,042 brought forward from the previous half-year brings the total amount for'disposal upito £127,007. Outof this a dividend of 12 per cent and bonusof 1, per cent.,beLng.14 per.ceh.' in. all, have beendecLtrotl.iwhieh absorbs the suoo of £112,000, and the balance £15,097 is car-ied forward to next halfyear.-The re. prt deals with Apa-in la.matter which afsfbt the ope~itiods' tid j?rbg~i s of 'the' batik", and statfi thd slot e October last'a very fwvorable-season. has been .experience,[ for the pasoural i:tuistry.' 'Thlwool market has however not been it a condition alto-' gethee atisfacthry to ?rd?it ~'fthah astplb owi?gto decline in pioes, Nqtwithstnding severe losses...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 May 1891

* NEWS ANDD NOTES. _Ms- T. Hrcs,.M.I A., will deliver an address to-morrow week, in the Shire Hall, whichl we hope to" see" croded,':n' the ' modern system'of dairy-fanring.-.. :. .:, : RUeSn has onlered .3;000,000- rifles from France. Looks rather eminqus. Ieace at home, at the cost of war abroad, appeara to be the Czara motto. Me. J. M. COASE, C.E., has passed his examination as engineer under the Water. Supply 1Iepartinent: '' ! ' i, Tile date for the formation of a sinking fund by the Seeyour Waterworks Trust has. been postpnned to the 4th November, 1894.' THa monthly Temperance meetings, under the auspices of the Yea Temperance Regi me t, will be resumed on Friday week, 29th ins ` No doubt, these meetings will be as entertaining and instructive as of old. PARsu.nad :township plans, on a scale of 20 chalins to the inch, an. now be obtained . from the Crown Lands Office for 7s' 61.l Yea, Ghii Cihin, Moleikotth, 3 Mrrindindi, Flotrerdale, Windham, &a., are -included :in th...

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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1891 THE NEW SALE YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 May 1891

Shc; 3cz ' .- .ric" ; WITHa Waic is Lvrsror?.oTD, Ri sCa 'r. PUBLISHED EVERY.THIURSDAY. HIIUMDA P MAY °I, 1851. Il anoth r i Rumlts we'publhsha an a~cle by''amue ;'"the able arit.ltbi'a writer who h.w so log ibeen ..iwOd twiti ithle Mlijrdfisiatn and Who gpeta the;lpalm' of t'beiiig one of 'the' beit' judges "of 'sleep in the" Atiastralia Continent:' "He traces the growth 'of the NVan aratta market fromn very suiall! Ieginuings up to its present stage of usefulness and prosperity, and 'it will be well for-those who may 'be dis posed to Idok upon our own project as ephemeral to renember'the old adage which tells us that' "it is the people who make i' place, 'and not the place the people." If the gruziers and sheep farmers of this district give the new sale-yards somethinglike fairencourage ment, we venture to thirik they will prove a remunerative speculation to the ShireCouncil, and that they will tend to help ini the development of the town and district. If we look at'the Voters' Ro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 May 1891

8usiness Ntiotee Brooks's Magic Eye Lotion EIS VALUABLE LOTION Guaranteed to COre SAXNDY- BLIIT. INFLAMED EYES and LIDS, DIMNFES of SIGHT, .C. In May Casca the Cde being Instanasous It wilB. be fond rely be~ ciar by those who anSer feomni Weok .Ep or whet sen pation' aqubir r& 4ata ab.a tuin their Ey"s. BROOKS'S MAGIC' EYE LOTION, While Effecting a Speedy and Pirmonent Cure, neverr a?nee the leer harm to the sight, and' may he 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 bm gives. Once Tested-Alwuys Tried. .. T. BR o.KS, ' Ts? PnorooE?NOC B?er, YEA. Orders may be Ieft with, and Particulars as to Cases Treated obtained nmm, Mrs. B. G. Wr?sofi ligh-street, Yes. The Yea Butchery. J. QUINLAN EGS to inform the Residents of Yeasad "District that he has ]nst Esected a New ?Butchery in High-street, near Shire Hall; and trusts, by SVLTFOLLe A C oo ARTICLE AT A P.E.tISOUELI. PaICl, to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 May 1891

TAE GDVE NGABZU O ETTE. LOCAL LAND BOARDS. Yea-Thursday, June 4, 12 noon. Alexandra-Monday, Jane 15, 2 p.m. Mansfield-Wednesday, June 17, 9.30 am. Seymour-Friday. June 5, 11 am. LIcE.CES AND LEASES DECLARED VOW. William Gilbert, 263a., Yarck. LICEL?CE EXPIRED. W. C. Hunter, 90s., Ghin Ghin. PPrLCATSIOS FOR LEASES APPEOVLD. Alexander Dargie, 875a., Niagarooa, blocks 40, 41, and 42. APPOIsTME8TS, &C. Mr. . H. Drew, Deputy Registrar of Births and Deaths at Seymour. Mr. Charles Edwards, Trustee of Gobur Cemetery. Mr. .1. D. Webster, Warden's Clerk at .Alexandra. Autiaos. YEA STOCK SALE. SATURDAY, MAY 23. E SMITH AND CO. will Yard on above for Sale, 6o Head Mixed Cattle 60 Comprising: Lines of 3 and 4-year-old Bullocks, and a Line of 35 Head Young Stock up to 20 months' old, and a few Fat Cattle and Sheep, Horses, &c. Allotments of Land, Town ship of Yea, FRONTING .PARADE. SALE AT 2 O'CLOCK. E.' SMITH AsD CO., E. S?urr, Auctioneer. KING PARROT CREEK THURSDAY. MAC 28,' Gre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 May 1891

Perry & Petch, (LATE M. J. KELLY), GENERAL IMPORTERS; 1. . COME A1TI SEE THEIR I.IENSE STO( - - .',. S ST . ' T. I C. WADDELL, EMPIRE STORE, High Street, Yea. All descriptions of GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY, ec., 3e., DRAPERY and MILLINERY In great variety. GENTS' CLOTHING. .Measures taken and perfect fits garanteed. - 44 -Music ! Music I Music I Agent for W. H. Glen and Co., Music Sellers. Agent for Estey Organs, 12to 120 guineas. Also Several Makersof Pianos. TsuI PArnszm-- Srnd for Circulars sd Price. TE eCEREIT STORE m TEM SIER BROTHERS General Storekeepers, • HIGH-STREET .YEA. EvBrY Doscurrnoy or GROCERIES, BOYs', YoTIrn', AND MoNs CLOTHLIO, IROMosoNGER, FASiCY GooD, Boors AND Snuos, &c., &C, &c., IN OGREAT VARIET. Measures Taken and Perfect Fit Guaranteed. No Seeds ARE SO PRODUUCTIVE Yates'. "Reliable." GeneralBtrosx.: E. S. .PURO L O. JAVE. much pleau, ' nim. fIa ug- ns. Their numeros Cstoner' a?d lriends TnAT TuLv,- " " - -"" -' ARE NOWi SOWLn'G : ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 May 1891

Marriage: CLARK-UNDERWOOD.--On the   29th April, at St. Mary's R.C. Church, Yea, by the Rev. M. Brady, assisted by the Rev. P. O'Hanlon, James, son of James Clark, Esq., Implement Works, Maryborough, to   Annie, only daughter of Charles Under- wood, Esq., Silverdene, Yea.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 21 May 1891

ENGLISH; MONEY. SE. AN-D Ii. SADLIEIIR, 229 COLLINS-STREET, MIELBOURNE, As AnaExxS FUR Tr.,TSEES AND OTIIER HAVE MONEY TO LEND oN COUNTRY SECURITIES, Sums of £500 and Upwards, FoR A TEmsI UF YLEAS, FREEHOLD, ra?s, 35 1 ; LEASEHOLD, Fr.om 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. Pat5hnlsrson 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 CO1 PANY, LIMITED. Incorporated under Companies' Act, 1874. MELBOURNE BRANCH, 2S3 Collins-street HEAD OFFICE, Corner York and Market-streets, SYDNEY. Chairman, J. P. HOWE, Esq., M.P. BRANCHES. Lo.xoo.-10 Cannon-street, E.C. MELBO iw a-283 Collins-street East R],issnud.-Edward and Elizabeth-sts. cEwcasm?r.-37 Hunter-street Agencies Thro-g6out t e World. LONDON BOARD OF ADVICE....

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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.] THE PETITION BE TOWN PUMP. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891

LETTEE3 TO THE EDITOP.. (We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. IDiscussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] THE PETITION lRE TOWN PUMP. TO TIIE EDITOR OF THE CllRONICLE. SIIx,-Re Mr. Forbes's denial re signing his name to the petition re the Force Pump. His name did not appear in it. There was one petitioner "C. Forbes," but not him. He will now be aware that he is not the only O. Forbes in Yea, and one who has as good a right to an opinion as he has. Trust ing you will publish this explanation, -I amn, ac., ONE WHO KNOWS.

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YEA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 22. (Before Mr. J. Quinlan, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891

Y .A POLICE COVET. FRIDAY, MAY 22. (Before M~r. J. Quinlan, J.P.) Senior-constable Alexander charged Mary Annie Kennedy with being drunk and disorderly in a public place on the 21st inst. Discharged with a caution.

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YEA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891

YEA POLICE COURT. Mr. J;. Keogh; P.Mý will attend on tho followving dates:-May a 19 and 26. :' -June: 2,10623, 30 .

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PREPARING SKINS AND BARK FOR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891

PREPARING SKINS AND BARK FOR MARKET. TnE following useful hints aregiven in a circular by Messrs. Younghusband and Co. Orosson SKINs.-Peg out as square as possible as soon as the skin is tal:en off, and put in the shade to dry. Whoe thoroughly dry, pack fur to fur, thenou place in sacks or Inles, and avoid crumpling the skins. lirrP.UTION Cul FOR 1'AINTING SIIEE'SKISgr, KAnsnGAO, NasN OTIEri Sissts BEOurE SENT IN. TO MAtRKET.-Take O1lbs. of soda, 51bs. arsenic, and a handful of flour boiled, in 5 gallons of water. When this mixture is cold, paint on the inside of each skin with a brush. Thie vessel in which this compound is kept should be marked l'ososx, and the greatest ctre should be used. The mixture, before being applied, should be well shaken or stirred. Nsortr is given in the Gazetle of the in tention of the Seymour Shire Council to borrow £11,000 for the construction of per manent works within the Shire, to be allocated as follows :- Seymour Riding, £2,100; Avenel Ridin', £3,...

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YEA PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891

YhA'PUBLIC LIBRARtY. - Open daily,. frbm 10 aml to: 10 p.n. Conimittee rnit' first Monday in the Smonith. 'Librarin.i MisoWhite.

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THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. APPLICATIONS FOR LICENCES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891

THE GOVERNIMNT GAZETTE. APPLICATIS FOR ICENCES APPROVED. John Brodie, Ia., Golur.' Louis liossing, 1a., Alexandra. John Doherty, 1,000,1., Flowerdale and Derril t(in lieu of notice gazetted May 14, 1890). LICENCES EXPIRED OR REVOKED. Stowell Marshall, S&aa., Ghin Ghin. Jahn Wickham, 6ia., Ghin Chin. John Ferguson, 93a., Yarck. George Stewart, 65Sa., Worrough. Alexander Stewart, 370a., Worrough. Henry Wallis, 479a., Worrough. Owen Sorraghau, 22.5a., Worrough. Roderick Chisholhn, 574a., Worrough. James J. Kennoly, 310A., Worrouglh. Colin A. M'Kenzie, 645a., Worrough. AFPI.ICATIONS FOR LEASES API'ROVED. George E. U. ,alayger, 319L. Ir. 20p., Roffy. Joseph Black, 319a. 3r. 27p., Dropmore. Richard Underwood, jun., 310M . 3r. 12p., Billian. Richard Williams, 319a. 2r. 37p., Drop more. Oliver Ware, 312a., 3r. Op., Dropmore. John H. Meade, 20. Sr. 3Sp., Wood bourne. TI?ANSFERS APPROVED. James Fox, sen., to Charles H. Fox, 47a., Yarck.

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YEA BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891

YEA BOARD.OF ADVICE.. Meetsithe lastSoturday in each month t I at 4 p.mL: ..

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Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891

way stt!ion. ' - T~En fol? wing is a list of the: goods and parcels awaiting' delivery at the YeaRail-., way Stati on on Wednesday morning: Underwood.L amuavin, Lee (Cow, Davey, M'Leish, R. Underwood, Kelly, Purcell and Co., Bug~y, Brady. PARCELS. Cosgrove, Almond, Shire Coundil, Blake, Kelly, Quinlan, White, Anderson, Norris sety.

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MONEY ORDER AND SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891

MONEY ORDER A8ODAVINGS" BANI, SOpcn daily from' 10 am: to 10 p.m.; I and on Satnnllrys, 10 na.m. to Noon. 'thc Savings Banl re-opens on Saturday evenings, (for receipts and deposits only) from 6 to So 'clock.

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