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The Yea Sub-Treasury. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891
Tho Yoa Sub-Trosl.ou PAT~.I v TTIýC...TI , 1 ' 0.i'illiaazsun '' Alexs.'att*ni U). Ml ntyre " n: Underweood ' CflO1'" C11ATS. J. C. ~andera Thehat 1 Jeffrey Ge : Leech; ' J. Dn: eb ste r rIa~sCSNF AS1) LLI.KS~ A~~~YlZT1U -CURwUn o ·. .."." A\D, ,1EI.ITEnfl.: J. "Wil nson 1A. bl`Cermnek E. M'Leisbh 'Ii Tyrer M. Leech - r J. Bry' - C. E. M'Cornmack 'W. Hicks M. Jefi ry - 1.. -.. 1:. Sharp ..:-_ ....... . M: Coosau F , 1..'ereell A.M'Lnsr (3) T.'FFrasosen 8.L. RoLins .. A': e33assett ' -
MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891
MEETING OF THE OOUMMFITEE. A meeting of the Committee was held in the evening, at the Royal Mail Hotel. l'resent: Messrs. E. M'Cristal (President) S. Wall (Hon. Secretary), F. Martin, F. W. Petch, J. D. Webster, P. ialvin, I). Iorrie, S. Desour, J. Robinson, C. M1Kany, and C. Davey. A protest was read from G. lWartman against I. M'Auliffe, the winner of the Sheffield Iiasdicap, on the grunad of ineer cetl performances. and promising to send proof in the course of a week. Mr. M'Aulife, who was called in, stated that he was prepared to substantiate the list of his performances by a statutory declara. tion. lie had not run in Melbourne for threeo years, and had never run under the name of Kerr or Ferguson. The paragraph in Satur day's Herald, referring to the disqualifira tion of a mao named Ferguson, did not apply in any way to him. He had never run at the Austral Running Grounds at Melbourne, or at Avenel, under the name of John M'Auliffc, though Ids nomdnation ap peared in the forme...
Yea Athletic Sports Club. THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY SPORTS. Monday, the 25th May, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891
Yea Athletic Sports Club. THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY SPORTS. Monday, the 25th May,. 1891. Paros?-Mr. Thomas Hunt, JI.L.A. IPnrStDENT-Mr. K M'Cristsl. VICE.PEIDETsM? --Messrs. J. Quinlan, E.S. Purcell, J. C. Sanders, D. Ferguson, jun.: Junoes -Messrs. KI Smith and C. Davey. KAxNolcArrElnt-Mnssrs. J. D. Webster,.M. J. Kelly, and C. D.ovey. ST.RTER.S-Messrs. J. D. Webster, jun., and Fre.L Martin. Heos. TnRasuREn-Mr. Chas. M'Kay. Hos. SECRETARY-Mr. S. Wall. GENEsAL Co?stesrrr. C. Anderson P. W. Conlsis. W. G. Crockett T. Condon: . S. Dessour J. Downie ' - P. Galvin : T. Graham . M. J. Kelly -1 'Dr.:Lang I ,.'.f P. Lingfonl .Dr. M'Connoclhe F. W. Fetch .. J. Robiinso' ': W. B..Stcuart J. C. Smith J. D. Webster T. C. Waddell W. Wilson J. D. Webster, jun. YEA? by year the popularity of the Yea Athletic Club's annual gathering on the Queen's Birthday increases. There were more young men in Yea on Monday last froml all parts of the district, as well as from Broadford, Seymour, Glenrowan, and other...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891
Do. La'ic's appointment as Health Officer has been gazetted. TIcE lease of "Ma. Sr. x1p. issued to Mr. Arthur ltiley, on the banks of the Yea River, on the 2nd, of February, has been cancelled by the Mliting D eplartanet. TiE Trtles Ifall co-ope.otive sawmilling plant will be s?ld at lHomo:wood, on Thurs day next, by Messrs. Wailder, Harte, and Walnder. WE regret to hear that MSr. Wild, Post master, received news of the sudden death of his mother, and he lh.u hi conseluence to leave hurriedly yesterday morning for Mel bourne. Tie Local Land Board will sit at the Yea Court-house on Thursday lnext, when a large number of applidictions for land at Woodbiourne, Tarrawarra North, Flower. dale, &e., will be dealt with. TnE first of the winter Teaperance meet ings will be held at the Temperance Hall to morrow (Friday) night. All are welcome, and moonlight for going home will enable country residents to come in and drive out comfortably. TiHE Grasmere Dairy Factbry Company has paid ...
SKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, AND BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891
SKIXNS, HIDES, TALLOW, ao BARK. 3!EsSE. YOcrtrhrso?ND and CouraNY,, IamIrrD, report on 'th bMay: SnrEErss.s.--Dry skins, (superior) from 4s to S 6d each; do., seconds, from s s to 3s8d; do., best crossbreds, 41d to Gdperlb.; do., lambs, 3d to Id ; do., pelts, to d ; do., inferior, lid upwards. Butchers' green pelts, best, 4s Gd to as 3d: do. do., seconds, .s &i to 4s .l ; do. do., thirds, Is 3d to 3s. Butchers' green lamb pelts, best, 2s Gd to 3s 3d; do. do., inferior, Is Gd to 2s 3d. BasK.-Grennd, superior, L9 to LIO 10s per ton; gronnd, Portland, LI0 15s; Vie. turian bundled, superior, LS 10; Vic torian bundled, medium, L3 to 1L5 s; chopped, superior, LS 10s; chopped, ordi nary, L 6s.
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. Far SnEr.--The market was again heavily sopplied, 30,000 hacingbeen yardied, which consistedl chiefly of middling des criptions. Owing to some of the largest buyers having sheep on hand, the yarding of good to prine qualities proved in excess of trade requirements, and for such prices ruled fully Gd per head lower, while other sortswere extremely dull of sale at folly Is. per head under former rates. Prime crossbred wethers from 15s to l6s Gd; extra prime and heavy do. do., from 17s to 23s; prime crossbred ewes, from 12s to 13s: extra do. do., from 14s to 13s Gd, according to weight and quality; good do. do., from Os 9dlto 10s Gd; middling do. do., from 7s to 8s; inferior do. do., from Gs; prime merino ewes, foom So to Os; extra do. do., to 10s. F.r L.u?ns.-4,500 were penned. For good trade lots late rates were about maintained, while second and inferior descriptions were difficult to quit at lower rates. Prime sold at from 10s to '2s ; extra to 13s: good at...
Rates of Postage. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891
f Rbto : ofostago. To . all places beyond the ,Aonstrafisn Colonies (British Newr Guinea, Fiji, ld Newv Hebrides excepted), Std. per half. ounce.. Post-cards to the United Kingdom, 2d. each. . On letters to New South Wales, Southe Australia, Queensland, Tasmania,' New Zealand, Fiji, British New "Guinea, . and New Hebrides, 2d. per halounce;ee d. per ounce being formerly charged. -Registration of letters, packets, parcels, &c, addressed to all places, 3d. ,in Madi-. tion to the ordinary rate of postage. Owing to representations madeIbyImperins Government it hhs been decidedl to restrict, r for the jiresent, the reduced rate (i'd) of: foreign postage to the United Kingdom only, - and as reards all other countries to revert ' to; the c arges made previous to the lit Jansary. IS91, until after the Postal Congress " to be held in Vienma in Mla next.
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891
MAII.n close and arrive at the Yea Post Office at the und?ermentioned hours: CLoSEi AT YSA PO A.M. P. Melbourne... ..' ..:S .6 Tallarook . 0.. Molesworth .: .11 - Gobar ...1 Yarck : . 1. - Alexandra... .. .11.. Mdrrindindi .. 12I ?, Flowerdale ... 19 10 M Leish's .. 12 10m Under?ood's .. 12' 10> , Dei-lin's .. ... 12 - Holden's . . "12 10 Murphy's ... 10 ,0 RECEI eD AT YEAP - . M.31 ,I P.3 Tallarook .. . ... 11 0 9 30 M1elbourns... :. ... 11 ?0 9 30 Doegalook... 1 Moleuworth . ' Gobur-- .. ... '.. - Yarck .... ..; , . - [ 6 Alexandra... ... .. S 30 0 Murrindiudi i. .. 1 30ds Flowerdale : .. .. 130 M'Leish's '.. . .... .. 30 I 0 Underwood's :.. .. 1 30 Dehn's ... ... ... 130 Holden's .. . . 1 30 Murphy's:... .1 30
Composition to Render Boots and Shoos Water-tight. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891
Composltion to Rcndor Boots and Shcos Wato-tight. OeE pint of drying oil, two ounces of yellow wax, two ounces of turpentine, half an ounce of.Burgundy pitch, melted carefully over a slow fire. If new. shoes are rnbbed careiully with this mixture, either in the sunshine or at some distance from'the fire, with a sponge or soft brush, aind the operation is repeated as often as they become dry till the leather is fully saturated, they will lie impervious to the wet, and will wear much longer, as well as acquire a softness and pliability that will prevent the leather shrivelling. Shoes or boots prepared as above ought not to be worn until properly diry and elastic; otherwise their durabilit, would rather be prevented than increbsed.
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891
COMMERCLAL. 31ELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETn. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONI?E.T.) [Br ELScrmCe TE~.rEP.rL] MIEL5aoRNE, LSTr NiIIT. Messrs. W. M'ILwnIcwt and Co. report: CIIEEs? remains steady at about late rates. Good and prime in fair demand. BurrrE.-Pottel: Prime new weekly, Sd to lOd per lb. No alteration to report in the market for printing potted; prime, fit for conunter trade, selling at ?,d to 7d; old printing, not fit for counter trade, and infe rior, dull of sale, at 2.1 to 41d per lb. Fresh: Short supply, and marlet a shade firmer than last week. Best dairies sold at Is to Is 3d; a few higher; ordinary good and lump, 9d to I d ; inferior lower. PoRL.-There was a good supply of car case pork on Friday, and the market was easier; prime light weights, 3Md to 4}d per lb.; heavy and inferior, 2d to 3d. PorLrr.--Slaek.
THE COOK'S HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891
TfE C00'S HORSE. (BY "ScorrTT TIIE VRINtII ," IN T1iE BULLETIN.) HE wasn't our cook ; that is, he was 1 not in the-lhut, and.hle wasn't the sliearers' cook, ilor even the rauseabouts' i cook. But he was in. chirge of the 1.arracks kitchen. The bsrrcks are where the irangies live, aid the rangies are the jackeroos, which (Bible for this grammar) are colonial e:periencers, which are pannikin-overseers, which are relations of the owners, which are which-for 1 could replicateed nauseam. 1 But to our cook. He came out in a; while cap and apron, an: "headed 'em "; he headed 'eiii well, and won a little. Then e nmade a imatch at draughts, and lost five shillings, and the station champion played him for a fliver with eldeven men, and lost, so the chef was £t 13s. to the good in the clhequers. Hie would not play euchre because the blacks pliy it, and lie would pit: pliy forty-fives because he was not Irish, and his knuckles couldn't stand the hang on the table, but he'd play cril, and he som...
Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891
.. ; bailway Timo Table. ALE£rADRA ROn'n To MELotEO.Y - t. `hu. xMixd Alexandra s. D. S. .. P.3I. Road ... i ' 10 Cathkin. 0 0 a 7 20 .5 Molesworth 1- 20 7 3 05 3 Balharih . 1 10 I '-- 7 5 5l Cheviot .. 2 ,4 1 7 , 5 6 I Yea ... , 30 2oO Sdep. 8 255 6 30;. lomewood... 3 10 7- i 6 45 Kerrisdale.:. 4 10, 3 - 9.? :7 1 Trmwool ..5 10! 3 - 920 7 15 l ] [are. 9 ,50, 7 60 Tallarook . 7 0 - 4 2Jl Ezp. 'Exp. Melbourne... 16 311 0 art'. f11 ?0 4:1 M£ELDO?ISE TO ALt.A'-ni A' ROAD.: Melbourne... lot. Snd. de 40p 5 - :5 S.D. S. D.r. (rr. 9 l7 J::ji Tallarook ... 9 3 6 3 " r dep. 10 30 .8 St Trawool ... 10 7 0 - 10 55 4 Kerrisdale ... 1 7 - 11.15 8 5' 1Iormewood... 12 : S 3 - 11 33 .10 (arr. 1155 0 '. Yea ... 139? - . Cheviot .:. 13 9 : - 12 5 9 4 12 19, lalhamn ... 14 : 9 6 - :O 10 Moli.s;orth 1 10 - 12 4510 15 :Cathkin .., 15 G' 3 - 1 0l1 4 A11. andrFa loa l ..16 t3 i r.t 1210 55at C'irae g.? ti,.na at Ta~llre.r.k. .
MR. CLEMENTS EXPLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891
MR. CLEMENTS ESPL9INS.: 1MAYs people have expressed surprise that CLEMENTS ToxIC has met with such wonderful and unprecedented success in such a short time. The explanation is simple-ir Is GENUINL. I saw the thousands of worthless hogs will American nostruoms 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 kne...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891
SIPPLE3IEYTAlr LIeTS a non-ratepaying electors for the Legislatire Council and Legislative Assembly mdst be prepared during the week ending i~ June proximo, and those persons who have not already en rolled may do so by o inoing Electors' Rights from the Regis ars for their respective Divisions, or lheir Deputies. Deputy Electoral Regist ars are further directed to mako up thei lists and send them to the Electoral Rt 'trars for their Divisions immediately afte Ist June. SAVE MoINEw by sew ag to Lincoln, Stuart and Co., Limite 2.38 Flinders street, Mellbourne, the srgest tailoring establishment in the city. They will past to you free on application mples of tweeds and instructions for self- asurement. A really good serviceable . - wool suit to mcanure fur 42s.; try then --[Avm.] Perry & Petch, (LATE M. J. KELLY), GENERAL IMPORTERS; COME AND SEE THEIR IIIENSE :STOCK. T. C. WADDELL, EMPIRE STORE, High Street, Yea. All descriptions of GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY, &c., &...
THE AGRICULTURAL BONUSES. THE DEPARTMENTAL REGULATIONS. BUTTER FACTORIES AND CREAMERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891
TIIE AGTIIOýLTUIIAL ONUSES. s THE DEPARTMENTAL REGU LATIONS. rrUTTER FAcronIES AND CREOAIERIES. A "butter factory" shall mean a place where milk or cream is purchased, and where butter is manufactured. A "creamery" shall mean a place where milk is purchased, and cream obtained therefrom by mechanical ap pliances for the purpose of making butter. A bonus of £100 may be paid to any individual, association, or company who is the proprietor of a butter factory or creamery which, during any period of twelve months between the 30th day of June, 1800, and the 30th day of June, 1895, produces butter or cream of good quality from not less on an aveaage than 500 gallons of milk per week during that period of twelve months., For each additional 1,300 gallons of milk during such period of twelve mouths from which butter or cream is produced in such factory, an additional sum of £5 may be paid ; but no pay-. ment made iii rcspect of any one hobutter factory belonging to the same individual, asso...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 28 May 1891
A " BILLI.AR- iARKERI and generally useful," engaged by a M\acalister River (Gippsland) hotelkeeper per medium of an advt. in a Melbourne daily, arose early on the morning after his arrival and proceeded to energetically scrub-brush the billiard-table with hot soap-andl-water. "That," he explained, " was wlhat they always did in MIel bourne."