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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 June 1891

THo second marriage of George Eliot (says.Tr?oh) has always been the great mys tery of her strange career. She was sup. posed to be so absolutely devoted to Lewes that thd friends could not conceal their amazement when the second marriage took place, less than eighteen months after his death. Circumstances came to the ears of George Eliot a few weeks after the death of Lewes which froze up her enthusiasm fosk his memory. If Browning left any journals be hind him, a revelation on this subject will' probably be found in them, as he was one of the \e cry few persons who were acquaintel with the discovery which changed George Eliot's feelings towards Lewes. There are very few people still living who are quali fled by personal knowledge to write about the earlcy connection be'ween GeorgeHenery Lewes and George" Eliot, and hitherto this gifted pair. have been invariahlj the object of excessive and indiscriminating panegyric. If Mrs. Lynn-Linton could buly be induced to give the world her ...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YEA BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 June 1891

SYEA BOARD'OF ADVICE. Meets'the. last Saturday in. each mobth at4p.m ii

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. APPLICATIONS FOR LEASES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 June 1891

TE GOVERNENW T GAZZTTZ. '.API.ICATIO?S FOR LEASES APPROVED. John Hoban (executer of late Johanna Hoban), 271a. Or. 18p., Whanregarwen. John O'Connor, jun., Murrindindi, 317a. 3r. 12p. SamuelW. Moore, 192a. Ir. 34p.,.Flower dale. Joyce Bran (nee Edwards), 319a. 2r. 30p., Switzerland.. John Colwell, 319a. Ir.12p., Woodbourne. Charles James and John Caulfidd (exe entors of the late John Evans), 319a. r. 23p., Kobyboyn. David datchett, 319a. 3r. 8p., Billian. William O'Brien, 259a. 2r. 25p., Ghin Ghin. John M'Asey, 11a. Ir. 12p., Yea. Kenneth M'Lean, 319a i. r. 3p., Ghin Ghin. S....SNEWAL OF LICENCE?. Richard Morrissey. 17a., Yea. Lucy Ralph; 12a., Yarck.

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MONEY ORDER AND SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 June 1891

MONEYORDER ASD SAYINGS BANL Open daily from 10 a.n to 10 I1in and.on Saturdays, 10 a.m. to Noon. The Saving Bank re-opens on Satu?rdaf Seniongs (for receipts and deposits only) from 6 to So 'clock.

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 June 1891

Rail.'? a-, " i.blo.' AL?EANDRA ROAD TO MELBOUIndE. Ist 2nd. Mixd Mixt Alexandra . D. S. D. A.o. rP. A. Road ... dep. 7 5 5 1U Cathkin ...0 S 0 5 ".7.20 5 25. Molesworth 1 2 0 - 7 .0 5 3:1 Balham ... 1 10 1. 3 - 7,45 5 Cheviot ...2 11 7 '566 arr.' 8-10 6 1ar Yea ... 3 9 0 .`"' dep). 8.05 G.Wn Homewood... 3 11 7- 8 45., 45 Kerrisdalc ... . 94 3 7 1 Trawool ... 5 1 3 11 - 9 20 7 i {an. 0501730n Tallarook ..: 7 0 4 f : p.7 Rep ..... 10 20 S 3 Melbourne... 16 31 arr. 11 56i 9 41 3L?LClocaE TO A .ENDbILSL 1:0 ' iD Pasds.' PYa. A?.M. r I.). Melbourne... st. 2d. . 40 5 : SD.SD. rr 5 7 I Tallarook ... 9 3 0 3 dkj'. 1U 30 8 3.5 Trawool ... 10 7 0 - 105 8 40 Kerridde...II 3 7 15 5" Homewood... 12 3 8 3 - It 551 9 10 (arr. 51 0 2A Yea 1. I3 . 9 . I 559 2/" Cheviot ... 13 9 9 3 - 12 ! 9 4 12 19 alham ... 14 3 9 - 12 3010 0 M1olesworth 15 310 3 - 124510 1: Cat!.kin .. 15 i 0 3 - 1 10 40 Alexaundrt Road ... 311 0 rr. 1 10 5i Change trail:ts :t T,?lharac,k.

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 June 1891

i RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. Open daily from O am. to 3 p.m.; ifind ! an Saturdays, from 10 a.m. to Nooi'

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USEFUL INFORMATION. COUNTY COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 June 1891

USEFUL INFORMIATION, COUNTY COURTS. 'Yea-Tuesday, Sept. 15. •Mansfield-Thursday Sept. 10. Kilmore-Wednesday, Aug. 1. Seymour-Wednesday, Aug. 12.

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YEA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 June 1891

YEA POLICE COURT. Mr. J. Keogh, P.3I, will attend on thei following dates:-June: 16, 23, 30.

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LICENSING COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 June 1891

LICENSING COURTS. Yea-Tuesday, June 10. Alexandra and Acheron-Wednesdaas June 17. Mansfield-Friday, June 12.

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YEA MONTHLY STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 June 1891

YEA MONTHLY STOCK SALE. Mas . AnnoTr AsD _ Wrtso report hav. ing held their first monthly sale at Mr. E. Smith's yards, on Friday last, when they yarded about 150 head, principally three anda-half year old steers, with a fair number of springers and heifers. The prices ob tained were :-Steers upto £45s. ; pringers to £4; heifers, to £2 15s. There were promises from different stock-owners to send -50head besidesthoce sold, and we had foreign buyers present ready to buy fully 500 head. Our future monthly sales will take place on the first Thursday in each month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 June 1891

Church Servicos. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, YEA. T HE Rev. C. H. BARNES will conduct Divine Service at the above Church on Sunday morning and evening next; also at Doogalook in the afternoon. Holy Communion at afternoon service. Mr. J. T. Daley at Spring Valley in the morning, and at Strath Creek in the after 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 Dairy Creek, at 3 o'clock. SALVATION ARMY MEETINGS. AT THE BARRACKS (NEXr COMMERCEAL HOTEL), Every Saturday Evening, at 8 o clock. Every Sunday Afternoon, at 3 o'clock Every Sunday Evening, at 7.30 o'clock. Ererybody is I'trcome. ScT. ALFrrED nATSOy. Amusemcts. YEA TEMPERANCE HALL TEMPERANCE MEETING, YEA TEMPERANCE REGIMENT, - FRIDAY NEXT, JUNE It. . Singing, Recitations, Speechen, commencing 8 p.m. Annual Business Meeting. A. W. HASLAM, Hon. Secretary. POSTPONED. HYLAND'S CIRCUS ' ILL POSITIVELY App...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 June 1891

IMPORTANT TO VISITORS TO -MELBOURNE!!! Opening o New Furnishing Showrooms. Now the Largest and Best Lighted in the Colonies. FOY & GIBSON, SMITH ST., COLLINGWOOD, Trhefrns.todnd o complete house fornihesn i the Southern Hemisphere, inite inspection of their COWISALS'TOCKSoI FUR.ISILNGS of ulf kinds, s?e to their own factories, aind comprising asome ew, oricl, and rtlic design s Furniture, sui Ide forl clsses. shown in new welllighted show. wmis, orh a total etoek of over £10,000, embracing all the newest Home mad Foreign productions Estimo e suropplied tree for complete luflshitn, Ie rottae or mnsioe. To procrietos of coffee p?? hoteslkperes, and othe. Fo and Gibson direct spre attenoion to large shipment of edrees,? , jst landed, and eow offered at exceptionl pnre. Pul size French eds, in post, with retended footl, in a.ll crlors, :s. d. rc . Best Woven Wire IMattress to uit hboeL, It. Cod. All other selsa in stckh st preportional prices. Foy and Giln'e "Specity" led is the...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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THE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 June 1891

THE INFLVENZA EPIDEMIC. THe influenza is raging again this year with unprecedented deadliness. The paralysing influences of this terrible malady have assumed the alarming dimensions of a plague. The distemper is of a powerfully destructive character and shatters its victims with fearful suddenness. Tihe severity of the 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, but 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. The doctors fail, and the many advertised cough and cold cu'es are only sedatives which interfer...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 June 1891

CO M RCZA.. M1ELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. (rnoM OUR OWN eiRRi'EroNDENTr.) [Br ELLETrrc T.ELE6RPILI.] 31utLIrtNE, ILbT cwlziiT. Messre. '. ILwnICK and Co. report: CiErar.--The market is steady at late rates. Prime sold at hl to 5.l ; one special line, Sd; medium to good, 2td to 3d. BurrnE-Potted : Prime new weekly, 9d to Is. There was good inquiry for prime spring, fit for counter trade, the several lines forward meeting with a ready sale at 56d to 7d; but old spring and inferior dull of sale at 2.d to 4[d. Fresh: Short supply, and market firmnn. est dairies. Is 21 to Is 3(d, a few fetching even higher rates; goodl ordinary and lomp, lid to Is id; inferior lower. Ecns.--The market was considerably lower; sales at Is 7id to Is Sd per dozen. Canrcas PORK.-On Friday prime light weights sold at 4!d to 5fd: prime heavy weights, 31d to 4dd; inferior, 21d to 3d. Porutsr.-Dull, except prime.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 June 1891

* ndas s oCtis Brooks's Magic Eye Lotion THIS VALUABLE LOTION Is Guaranteed to Cure SANDY BLIGBT, INFLAMED EYES and LIDS, DIMNESS of SIGHT, &c., In Many Cases tle Cre being Instantaneous. If will be found very bonefcial by those patio-n?compels them in any way to strain t'ieir Eyes. BROOKS'S MAGIC EYE LOTION, While Effecting a Speedy and P'ermanent Cure, nertrcomnes the ha.t /arm to the sigjt, and may be 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 be given. Once Tested-Alw-ays Tried. T. BROOKS, Tas PROanvIDm REEF, YEA. Orders may be Left with, and Particulars as to Cases Treated obtained from, Mrs. E. G. Warso?, High-street, Yea. The Yea Butchery. J. QUINLAN EGS to inform the Residents of Yea and District that he has just Erected a New Butchery in High-street, near Shire Hall; and trusts, by surrLTIso A cooD Tlncl E AT A REAONAoABL E PRICE, to merit a fair share of public p...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 June 1891

Death.     LANDERY.—On the 4th June, at the resi- dence of her son-in-law (Mr. Oscar Owen), Downey-street, Alexandra, Jane, the be- loved wife of Thomas Landery, aged 72 years.

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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1891. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 June 1891

Wlit WHIC l ISNCorP.PORATEDn PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THIIURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1891. NEW3 .ND OTES. A MIEE?IYI. f the Provisional Diectors of the Yea Dairy'?actory Company wNas held at the Shire Hall on Tuesday arternoon. Present: Messrs. J. C. Sanders (in the chair), E. S. Purcell (Hon. Secretary), J. M'Cormick, E. M'Cristal, J. Quinlan, T. S. Scale, J. Bett, T. Wilson, and C. Anderson. An apology lor absence was read from Mr. M. J. Kelly. A draft prospectus was pre. pared by the Hon. Secretary, and submitted to the meeting. On tile motion of Mr. Scale, seconded by Mr. M'Cormick, it was decided that calls should not exceed Is. per share per month-the original proposal of 6d. per share every two .months not being deemed sufficient. Some discussion took place as to fixing the maximum number of shares, but the general opinion was that it would be inadvisable to fix upon any maximumllnumber at all, as there might be a little dilliculty in getting off the first issue of 3,000 shares. It wa...

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YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, JUNE 6. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 11 June 1891

YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, JUNE 6 1891 The usual monthly meeting of the Council was held on Saturday. Present : Crs. Sanders (President), M'Cormick, Underwood, Scale, Wester, Ferguson, .Carver, Richards, and Quinlan. CORRESPONDANCE     From'Thomas F. Roberts., requesting the Council to see to a drain made through his land, which prevented him from cultivating his flat land, and stating that the matter had been referred to the Engineer, .but nothing had been done -Engineer to report. From John M'Asey, stating that the Provi dence road was in a very bad state, and he would repair it for a small trifle, as he had a lot of sand to cart from there.-Referred to Engineer. From Charles Ridd, Molesworth, asking that a hole in front of his house, containing stagnant water all the year round, should be filled up. Since the road had been formed there had been no drainage to allow the water to get away.-Engineer to have the work done, at a cost not exceeding £2. From ...

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Goods and Parcals at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 June 1891

Goods and Pacels at the Tea ail S ar Station Tas following is a liot of the goods, andil parcels awaiting delivery at the Yea Rail way Station on e\Vnesday morning: :oones Walton, Collins DaveyE G. GWilan, A. Frost, W. B. Cllins, J. Hunter,.Oliver, D. MILeish, Purcell, :. J. Kelly. Miss Williamson, J. M'Namara, C. Iavey, D. and D. M'Leish, 8. Pulford, W. Cum mins, G. M'Leish, Allen, J. Morriasey, T. M'Leish, Glenmore, Rose White, Per7 and Petch, Shire Secretary; Blake, Qmntlan, Anderson, Sundblom, BreakalL A suet.r. party of wealthy Jewa hs left Odeca for Paleatine. iipgr, withithe per mission of thie TurkahGovernimet, to: chase new sites for the settlement of Oarge nipmbereof asoZJe wilsh aiglg; r . rnt. ;

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FOXES AND EABBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 June 1891

Tue following letter appeared in thl last issue of the AslirastMian. :--" good deal has been said against foxes and their depredations 'monost sheedp of late, and wlile pot saying anything else lint that brii?ulgg them (foxes) into the countrsv'w4 iagreat pmist ake, I would at the samgetime point out that in rough country 'where the rabbits have taken up their abode the foxed can give a very good account of themselves, especially in the breeding season. A few days ago in one paddock I- found 20 or 30 nesting burrows. of. rabbits which had been robbed and destroyed by fores. They do not appear to inter fere with the mouth .of the burrow, but seem to find out in what part. of the ground the nest is situated, and then break through the ground from directly above it, and in very few instances did I find i.ore than the one attempt had.been mada to get at the nest. A few of the burrows- the foxes had broken into in more than one place, but only where the burrow was exceptionally.long. In ...

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