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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 June 1891
MEL3OURNE CATTLE MARKET. Far SErer.- 24,000 yarded, which con sisted chiefly of milding descriptions, with a fair proportion good to prime. The de mand was firm, especially for best des criptions, and prices ruled equal to last monek', ratest. P'reme crossbred wothers from 15s to 17s Gd, a fea extra heavy weights from 21s to24s ; prime crossbred ewes, from Its to 14s. a few extra prime and heavy to 15s; prime merino wethers, from 12s Gd to 14s, a few extra do. do.. to 15s; good do. do., from 9s Gd to 10s Gd; middling do. do., from 7s Gd to Ss Gd; prime merino ewes, fromSs to 9s. FAT LA.t11.-4.000 were penned. Best descriptions realise l ablut late rates, while other sorts met a dragging sale. and at such pris ruled a shade easier. Prime sold at from 10s to 12s; cood sold from Ss id to Os Gd; second and inferior from 4s Gd.
Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 June 1891
Goods sa& Parcels at theo Tea Rail Way Station. TuI following is a list of the goods and parcels awaiting delivery at the Yea Rail way Station on Wednesday morning: GOODS. Davey, Conlan, Waddell, R. Underwood, Perry and Petch, Sanders. Stillner. Purcell, 31. J. Kelly, D. and D. 31'Leish, Carrison. Breakell, D. PM'Leish, Mrs. M'Leish Levin, Hennebery, Churchus, Kelly, Morrissey, Daley, Benson, Anderson, Shire Secretary, Almon.
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 June 1891
Doparturo sad Arival of -ails. 3IAln close and arrive at :the Yea Post Office at the undermentioncd hours: 'CLOSE At SFA FOs- A.M. P.M. Melbourne... ... . S 6 Tallarook ... ' .. 6 8 6 Doogaluok Molesworth :. 11 : GbAlexandra ... .. ... 11 8 Yarc u .........".....II Murrindindi 12 10 Flowerdale .' " . 12 10 3'Leish's ... ... 10 Underwnood'1 . 10 10 9 Devlin's ..' .. ..: 12 10 Holdon's ... .. .._ 12 101 Murphy's ... ... 12 10 ? REcEEI AT YA F?ROM- A.M PM. Titlarook . . 11 qo0 9 301S Melbourne.. 'l1... .:..1 30O Doogalook.. .. 1130 Molesworth. - 6 Gobur :: 6 Yarek . .. ...- 6 Alexandoa.. .. 8. S 30 6 Murrindind . 1 30 Flowerdale . ... .. . 130 M'Leish's ... ... 130 Underwood's ... 1 30 Devlin'sa -... . 1 30 Holden's ... ... 30 Murphy's .. ?1 30
Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 June 1891
Raw1 ay Time T -blo' A.LEM?NDRA ROAD TO MELEDOfURE. . 1st. 2ndL IMid ?tixd Alexadra D: S. AM. A.t. P.M.? Road .. . dep. I.7 5 10 Cathkin ..0 0 -- 7 0 51 Molesworth; 1 .2 0 9 - 7 5 Balham .. 1;10 3 -.7 4 5 59 tarr. 8 06 1 Yea ... 3 0 2 .0 dep. I 06 30 Homdew?od... 3 1 2 7 - 8 o4 4o Keriiedale_.. 1 0 .- 3 9 ,7- 1 Trawool ... 10 3 11 'L- 9 7. 15 I"zr. 0! 7 30 Tallarook . 0 '4 9 ' E p. "Exp.,,) .dep. 10 20 S 3 Melbourne... 16 3 II 0 arr. 11 56 9 4: MELDOIRSE TOE ALETO DBA ROAD. Pass.I 'ar: A.M.. Melbourne... 1st. 2nd. dep.` i740 5 . s.D. s. n. arr 90 W5.7 u3 Tallarook ... 9 !:6i 3 t' lep. 10 30 8 25 Trawool ... 10 0 7 0 .--+ 105 l .8 49.8 , Kerriedale.. 13 73 b G l 110 8)1 Homewood... 12 3 8 3 - 11 " 33 0 arr. 11 2i 3 Yea .. 13 3 9 0 S de r. r. 9 0 Cheviot ... 13 9 9 3 - 12 9 43 2 191 lBalham .. 14 3 90 6 12"3010 0 Melesworth 15 310 3- 12 4510.15 Cathkin ... 15 6 10 3 -, 1 101 Alexandra , Road ...18 311 0 are. I 2.5105 Change trams at 'Tal!arock.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 June 1891
flnanc, &c. ENGLISH MONEY. E. AND R. SADLEIR, 229 COLLINS-STREET, M ELBOURNE, As A.-esr FOR TRUSTEES A. D OTlmen SO'oCES, H-AVE MONEY TO LEND ON COUNTRY SECURITIES, IN Sums of £500 and Upwards, For. A Tens, OF YEArS, FREEHOLD, no.o 51 % ; LEASEHOLD, roos 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 Coantry, within 50 niles of Melbourne, for Sale at £3 an acre. (Please mention this paper). Agent at Yea : Mr. P. Galvin. TpHE 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. LorDos.-Ill0 Cannon-street, E.C. MEsLouRsn--2?3 Collins-street East. BaIsa?aE-Edward and Elizabeth-sta NEWC?Le a --37 Hunter-street. Agenc!is Thrnghout t...
THE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 June 1891
TIE IfFL.YNZA 3PIDEMIC. -C Tus iilfluenza is raging again this year with- unprecedented deadliness. The p;aralysing influences of this terrible malady have assumed the alarming dimensions ofa plague. Thedistemper is of a powerfully destructive character and shatters its victims with fearful suddenness. The severity of tile visitation eclipses all previous attacks. The medicial faculty fails to account for the outbreak, and is powerless to control its spread. Doctors, nurses, and hospitals are doing everything possible for sufferers, hut are over whelmed by the multitude crying bitterly for relief. A despach from one town states that 300 people died in one day; this was about the daily average, and the streets were crowded with vehicles carrying the dead to their last resting place; and the sad vacancy of death depressed every household. Such trying times as these demand immediate attention. Thie doctors fail, and the many advertised cough and cold cures are only sedatives which inte...
YEA WARDEN'S COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 2. (Before Mr. Warden Keogh.) [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 June 1891
7.A WAVDE1T'0 COURT. TUESDAY, JUfNE 2. (Before Mr. Warden Keogh.) THE DOOG.LOOK ANTIMONY MINES. Joseph Box Dean, of 360 Rothschild Chambers, Melbourne, and Thomas O'Shea, Doogalook, versus John Peterson, Yea, John Stevens, Moles worth, William Stillner, Yea, and Thomas Scott, 97 Queen-street, Mel bourne. The plaintiffs claim £49 damages, alleging that they are the holdersof miner's rights and applicants for a lease within the meaning of the Mines Act, 1890, and the ..Mines Amendment Act, 1890, No. 2, and they allege that the defendants were not, previously to their application for such lease, in lawful occupation of the land applied for, situated at Windham, in the mining district of Beechworth, and that the defendants have, since the said application, occupied and interfered with the said land, by sink ing shafts and carrying on mining works thereon, and that they are in illegal occupation of the said lands, and illegally retain possession thereof, on the ground that at the time th...
LAWN TENNIS MATCH. ALEXANDRA V. YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 June 1891
LAWN TENNIS MATCH ALEXANDRA V. YEA. The match which took place on Queen's Birthday, on the local courts, between teams representing the above clubs, created a large amount of interest in consequence of its being the first occasion that the local club has pitted its members against those belonging to a distant club. Then again it was rumored about that the Yea players were " hot " ones, and would easily beat their oppnonents, so that not only did &nbsp; the members of the Alexandra club muster in strong force in the hopes of seeing a scientific exposition of the game, but a good many of the general public visited the ground to witness a game many of them had not seen played before. The ladies were especially prominent, and as the presi- dent said in acknowledging the visiting team, " lent a charm and a grace to the whole gathering." The Yea club was represented by Messrs. Wild, Wilson, Marrie and Russell, and they were accompanied to Alexandra by a plucky lot of lady barracke...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 June 1891
NEWS AND NOTES. TnE Yea River Company's application will be heard on the 4th inst. (to-day) by the land borad which will sit on that date at Yea (says Monday's Age). There are eight blocks in the area to be allotted, comprising in all 2,400 aicres, and 25 applications have been sent in. These, of course, include the representatives of the company, which has hadl to accept the ordinary method of proce. dure, but a number of other people have taken advantaee of this procedure to com pete with the company's applicants. The land board will deal with the applicants on their merits so far as the company is con. corned, as it can take no cognisance of the existence of the company, and each selector will be considered on his own eligibility to receive the lease. If the company's appli cants are rejected, there will probably be an appeal to thie Minister, who-can legally amend the board's recolllendafti.m. and act on a larger view of the suitability of applicants. A 3lEeTlss of the Yea Publi...
THE PROPOSED DAIRY FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 June 1891
E fPROPOSED DAIT FACTOT. WHEN Mr. DAVID WILsoy, the Goveriment Dairy Ex-pert, lectured in Yeas he created great interest in the subject" of moderu dairying, and aroused a healthy enthusiasm amongst the people most concerned-the dairy farmers of the district. From one cause and another, that enthusiasm was allowed to die out; but in our opinion it was the demon of local jealousy which was the main cause. It is to be hoped-after the severe lessons received since then-that the visit of Mr. HUn-r, M.LA., will not prove equally barren of good results. We recently stated that the establish ment of a Dairy Factory here would add 5s. to 10s. per acre to the value of land witnin a reasonable distance. That was a rather modest estimate, for Mr. Hu~r told us on Friday that at Traralgon one of the effects of starting a factory in that part of Gipps land had been to raise .the price of land £1 to £2 an acre there. It has been demonstrated over and over again that the creara separator increases t...
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1891. THE NEW SALE-YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 June 1891
WITH WIICH Is INCORPORATED ..'4f -c cn.a T.cla.-?,?, . PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TIHURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1891. TEE NEW SAZL-TPRDS. As the question of leasing the muni cipal sale-yards is likely to crop up again at the Council meeting on Satur day, and as it has been frequently stated, since last meeting, that the Council cannot grant a lease to any one individual or firm, it will be just as well to brush the cobwebs away. Part XXI. of the Local Government Act, which empowers the Council of every municipality "to provide market-places and construct market-houses and other conveniences for the purpose of holding markets," expressly provides that "it shall be lawful for the Council of every municipality to demise or let to farm, for any term not exceeding 12 months, all or any of the stallages, rents, and tolls from time to time payable in respect of any market provided by the Council." There can be no doubt the Council has the power. The question is-Is it wise to exercise it I As we said o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 June 1891
FOR SALE. S MALL FAPJI for Sale, Situated at FLOWERDALE, containing 15 Acres, adjoining the Properties of Messrs. Conan, Petersen, and others. All Good Land, and has a Permanent Spring on it. E. SMIT AND CO., Yea. FOR SALE. A QUANTITY OF RABBIT-PROOF WIRE INETING, at £23 10s. per Mile, with One Guinea per Mile, Freight from Melbourne added. Delivery to be taken at the Yea Railway Station. Fer further particulars apply to J. D. WEBSTER, Jcs., Secretary Wire Netting Committee. Shire Hall, Yes, April 15, 1891. Spacial Advertisomant3. DONALDSON & COMPANY, STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS, FINANCIERS, 331 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. S?TOCKS and SHARES Bought and Sold On COMMISSION ONLY. IL HAMILTON HER, Member of the Stock Exchange of Mel bourne. TO FARMERS, LAND OWNERS, AND OTHERS. TRUST and other MONEYS to LEND for 2, 3, 4, or 5 years. Interest from 5 per cent. per annum. HUGHES AND COMPANY, 303 Collins-street, Melbourne. FRANCIS J. DAVIES, A RCHITECT AND BUILDING SUR VEYOR, FLuNDEaS BrU...
Rates of Postage. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 June 1891
•To all places, beyond the Australian Colonies (British Ne?? Guinea Fijli and New Hebrides excepted), 21d. per half. ounce. Post-cat~s to the United Kingdom, 2d. each. S'On letters to New South- Wales, South Australia,- Queensland,-.-Tasmania, oNew Zealand, Fiji, British New Guinea, and New Hebrides, 2d. per half-ounce; 2d. per ounce being formerly charged. :Registration of letters, packets, parcels,... &c.; addressed to al places -3d. in addi. - tion to the ordinary rate of postage. Owingto representations ?'ideby Imperial Government it has been dcidedl to restrit, for the present, the reduced rate (?dl) of foreign postage to tle Unitd lsingd?j only;?, and as regards all other countries to revert to the charges made previo:is to the Ist January, 1S91, until after the Postal Congress td be held in;Vienna id aly nexit. : -
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 4 June 1891
COECROLAL. MIELBOURXE PRODUCE MARKETS. (FROM O OUR o COI5EnSPON?)'ET.) [Br ELECTRIC TELE?RPul.] 3MELr.crEr., LAST KHiGT. Messrs. W. MI'ILsTJCK and Co. report: CHEESE.--The market remains about the same; prime lines in fair demand at 4d to 51d; one special line light medium, good, 2id to 31d. B'rrrg R-Potted: Prime, new weekly 9d; the market for spring remains about the same; prime, fit for counter trade, 5.d to 7d ; old spring, not fit for counter trade and in ferior dull, at 2A to 4?d. Fresh: Small supply, and market firm at about last week's rates best dairies, is to Is 3d. a few higher; good ordinary, 10d to I d: inferior lower. Eccs.-Is 1ld to Is lld. PonK.-Carease pork, on Friday, a large supply; prime light, 4d to 5.dl heavy and inferior, 2Id to 3Ad. PocLxTr.-Slak, excepting prime.
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 June 1891
MELBOURUNE CATTLE MARKET. Par Suar.--25,000 yarded. A far pro portion tonsisted of good to prime qualities, and for such the demand was brisk at fully last week'srates,while middling descriptions were dull of sale, but no alteration in values can be quoted. Prime crossbred wethers from 15s to 18 61, according to weight and quality; a fewextra weights from 20s to 228; prime crossbred ewes, from 12s 6d to d14; extra prime do., to 15s; good do., from 10s tolls 6d ; middling do., from 9s to s 6d ; prime merino ewes from 8s to 10 ; extra prime do., from ls 6d tolls. FAT Ians.-2,500 were penned. Those suited to trade requirements realised about late rates, while other sorts met a dragging sale, at quotations. Prime sold at from 10 to 12; good sold at from 8s Odto 9s 6d; second and inferior from 4s 6d to 6s &d.
SKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, AND BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 June 1891
SKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, Aso BAR. Messrs. DALzETr and CoIPra.T, LIrInEz, report on the 3rd June: SHr.wPSrns-Butchers' green skins, 3s 3d to 5s 3d each; do. lamb pelts, Is to 2s each; do. lambskins, to 3s each ; dry skins, 3s to 6s each; do., in bales and bandles, merinos, 5id to 7d per lb.; do., cressbreds, 5d to 6d per lb.; do. lambskins, to t?d per lb.; dry pelts, to 41d per lb.; inferior and damaged lots, from lid per lb. upwards. Holsa.-nutchers' green ox, extra heavy and stout, 4jd to 5d per lb. ; a few picked hides, to Gd per lb.; do., medium, 21d to 3d per lb. ; light ox, 2d to 2?d perlb. ; cow hides, lid to ~ per lb.; green kip, 21d per lb.; calfskino, 4dd per lb.; ordinary country salted hides, 2d to -id per lb.; do., if heavy and in good condition, 2id to 3d per lb.; inferior and damaged lots, !1d per lb. KAscA~oo .AND FrRRED Sa.ss.-Prime kanSgaroo, large - no sound nos ins. up to 4s 2. pl s -I. ; medium, 2s to 3s per Sb; small. Is to Is l per lb. ; red skins, is 9d to 2s 8d ...
Rates of Postage. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 June 1891
Iatca of Postago. To anlllaces bond the Austraiai Colonies (British Now Guinea, Fiji; andr New Hebrides excepted), 2d. per: half ounce. i.. · · · .? .. Poest-cards to the United .Kingdom, 2d,." each. On letters to Ner South Wales, Sautot; Australia, Queensland, Ttsmania, renat. Zealand, Fiji, British New Guin?o , and,, New Hebrides, od. per half-ounce; 2d per ounce being formerly charged. Registration of letters, packets, parccs, &c., addressed to nll places, .3d. in ,addi.' tioe to the ordinary rate of postage. Owing to representations made by Inperidf Government it has been decided to restriCt for the present, the reduced rate (2Id) o foreign postage to the United Kingdom only, and as regards all other countries to revert to the charges made previous to the let ?4 January, 1S91, until afterthe Postal Congress to le held in Vienna in May next.
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 June 1891
Departur and Arri al of M&ails MILS closi and arrive at 'the Yea' Post " Office at the undermentioed hours; CLOSE A, YEA FOR- A.M. P.M Melbourne .' 8 ' Tallarbok'.. ,.- . 6 Doogalok... . . .. Moleswiorth *";';;„, . . Gobur ph :.. ...; . , ,.. 11 '.; , ; Yarck '11 Alexandra... I .. .. Mrrifdindii 12 10 Floiierdale ... . 12 10 a M'Leisosa . ... . 19 10 Underwood'? .;. ' ... .12 1 Delin's .. . 12,10 . Holden'A .. . .. . 12 10 Murphy ... . 12 10, = : MECOIVED AT YELFrdM A.H I' M' Tallarook ... :.. .. .11 30 930 Melbourne... .. ... 11 30 0 30 Doogalook . .. 1. 1I 30 - Moleswrorth . ... 8 6 Gobur ... . 6 . ... . - G Yarck ... : - 6 Alexandra ... : .. 8 30 8:6':i , Murrindindi . ... . 1 30. Flowerdale : . ..I: 30 M'Leish's .. . .: .. 30.: Undemrood's ni ... 1 30i Devrlin's ... 15 1 *. 30' Holden's ... .1 30 Murphy's .. ... . 1 30: _· 0