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YEA TEMPERANCE REGIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 June 1891
'LA TE3E nIANE BEZGDENT. Tim tenth annual meeting of the above society was held 'on Friday evening, and was preceded, as usual, by a public meeting. The hall was about half filled by an appreciative audience, although the night was so wet and stormy, thus proving the wisdom of providing some innocent and instructive amusementfor those young' and old- members of the community who have spaie evenings. A varied programe was presented, .the most notable feature of which was a recitation by Master Walter M'Nicoll, entitled "The Publibains'Strike." The Rev. C. H. Barnes. gave a sketch of the progress of. the society dur ing the year, saying .lhat five publin meetiigs had been heSf,'and five -eon certs-not iqcluding. t?e Eastetfestjval, Unfortunately, the wet weatherg?quitg. . spoilt the Easter fewfivkl, and alost. spoilt the children's fdtral on tbe'21st ApriL,. Duri?gtie year 41 pledg.hs1. been taken, of winch, to hias e;ir knowledge; 38" persons were:true:ta their vow. ' its Miilre dese...
The Yea Sub-Treasury. PAYMENTS AWAITING. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 June 1891
The Ta Sub-Treauu? PAYME??s AWA?ILGU. J. D. Williamson E. C. Allen LCROlWN ORINTS. J. D. Webster Richatil Jeffrey LICENCES AND LEASES AWAITINe EXECUTION AND DELIVERY. J. Williamson F. Ferguson E. M'Leish A. Bassett M. Leech A. E. Purcell C. E. M'Cormack S. L Robins M. Jeffery J. Hoare M. Coonan M. A. M'Cormick :. A. M'Lure E. C. Mayger T. M'Cormiek J. Sorraghan D. Tyrer M. M'Lure J. Brady J. Clooney R.Sharp W H Eicks.
MOLESWORTH NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 June 1891
MOIESWORTE NOTES. (IMO OUtR OWN CORRESPOnDEtNT.) As interesting and exciting case was heard ,by the Land Boaml at' Alexandra, presided over, hy Messrs: Hardy and Messman, on Monday last, "as to whether or not the reserve -at Moleswortl,. should be thrown open for selection. .Mr. T. M'Cormack ap plied tl at it should, an l Mr. O. Martin appeared anglaist fhids?"plication. Both gentlgmen handed in petitions, in support of their views, signed by interested and dis interested parties. After an angry discussion on both sides, the decision of the Land Board was: "The resebee will not be made available for selection at present." So that our local farmeisnmay rejoice again that they haven't been deprived of.their 1I3 acres. The fox scare has not in the slightest abatle. I have heard of two being shot in' this neighborhoodl last week. The wily'' Reynanl's bark may be pl;iply hcanl among the hills at night time. alrl as he is as daring as he is cunning. I expect he will be visiting onr fowl r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 June 1891
8nsinesa NotieeL J. W.. Johnston, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, STiosNAToEnr, YkA, HAS )N HAND, AND FOR SA14, I A Lowest Pr Lcs, SOFTWOOD TIMBER (We(l Seasoned/, BUILDE?,S' IRiCN.MONGERY, tIDGINO, sPOlUTIŽN( PAINTS, GLASS sr.CES, &C., &C. Estimata'or Quantitits Supplied. The Yea Butchery. I QUINLAN "E dS to fnfrrm the Residents of lea and Distri? that he has just Erected a kXeo Butchery in High.shtet, near Shire hail; and trists, by PtriSrrl.Y A tooD -AR.T Le At A aRE-LONAoL rntCE. to merit a fair share Le public patronage. The Shop is Now Open: 2i&ALh G000D . SPECOZ.Lfr. The Yea Bakery) iistablishtdt 1869.]. D. M'iAY, P retaliting T#L~KS for the .llbetl SUPPIORT eitended to him for the lInt 26 ytnis, wishes a tontino~mce 1f Family Oridi fir Breads 'astry, WVedding ahd Bir?hday Cakes delivered to mny partof Yea and ntinbourhood. l?ent Fer Safe at Melbourne P'ricg. Note the Address D. rMKA Y, North Street, YIA. Du'nrobin Bakery, IIOR-.STtEEA YEA. .ARNOLD 1100o SEGS ...
YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, JUNE 6. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 June 1891
. .TA SHEIR cOvOQNIL. SATURDATY, Jea 6. Tnt usual monthly swntisg of the Council was held on Saturday. Present: Cra. Sanders (President). M'Cormick, Underwood, Scale, Webster, Ferguson, Car r, Richards, and Quinlan. PASSENGER TRAIN M Y Ig MANSTID To TALAO'" Cr. M'Cormick propnfed, and Cr. Quinlan seconded-" That this Council ask the following Shires, viz., Alexandra, Howqua, and Mansfield, to join us with the view of asking the Commissioners of Railways to provide in the new tim..table forapasscnger train between Mansfied and Tallarnok to meet the Goulburn Valley train : the Secre tary to write to the above-named Shires, and also to the Commisioners of Railways." KEnaISDALE AND Is0XEWooD RIuLWAY STATION:' . Cr. M'Cormick proposed, -and Cr. Richards seconded - ,That the. .Com. nissioners of Railway be asked to'impply' furnitute, fuel, and llrht forKerrisdale and "o -Ralww.? ?s; and toinforns qtpp t at a dozen passengers returning from 1'sale ad to wait for thrs.hoemrs.underthe inclem...
The Yea Chronicle. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1891. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 June 1891
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TI!URSDAY, JUNK 1, i189.s 12Ws AMa MoTZs. CoLosi., Patcs and Captain M'Ltish, of the Victorian Mounted Rifles; Lieutenant Chirnside, Lieutenant Low, and Lieutenant Templeton, of the Victorian Defence Forces, have been presented at lIIerMajesty's kerd. Is connection with the creameries now at work in the Corop district it is reported that ta butter factory is aboutto~be establish. ed. Creameries are being thickly established all over the district, and the movement to utilise their products localla is favorably looked upon in the district. THE tenth anniversary of the Yea Temper ance Regiment will be celebrated on Tues day next, 23rd inst.; by a graned eoncert. Old local favorites will appear and some new to Yes audiences As there will be a full moop, there should be a large at. tendance. Proceeds to go to piano fund. On Sunday last the Rev. C. H. Barnes announced a coairse of six winter evening sermons on "The teaching of Scripture on relative duties." The-f...
DAIRY CATTLE AND PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 June 1891
DAIRY CATTLE AND PIGS. MEssus. ABsorr AND Wur.sos report: DAira CATrLE (12th June).-The number yarded this week were of a very mixed and unsuitable class for the requirements of the general public, with the exception of a few very superior cows, which brought high prices; other ltas sold at very low rates. We quote: First-clas cows with calves at foot, from £11 5s to £S I0s; one extra quality realised £13 10s; dry cows and youngstock showed a decline on late quota tions. Pie MLnc-r (llth June).-A medium supply of pigs penned, baconers ruling about the same as lost week. Porkers.stores, and young pigs, from 44 to 41d per lb. for suit able weights and quality; other sorts were difficult of sale at reduced prices . porkers, from 4(d to Sd ; and extra good up to 6d; stores and young pigs the same as last week.
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 June 1891
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. FAT SuaEr..-24,000 yarded. The market was moderately aspplied with good t6 prime qualities, and for surh laost week's rates were maintained, while for second and in ferior descriptions the demand continues dull, but no material alteration in values can be quoted. Prime crossbred wethers from 15s to 18s 6d; extra heavy weights, from 20sto 25s; prime crossbred ewes, from 12a 6dto1; extra to I; cetra to 15s; prime merino wethers, from 12s 6d to lia; extra prime and heavy do. do., from 141 6d to 15e I d; good merino wethers, from 10s to li 6d; middling do. do., from Ss to 9s 6d ; prime merino ewes from 8s to 10s. FAT L.utns.-Only 2,500 were penned. Best descriptions were sparingly represented, and sales were brislk at. last week's high figures. Prime sold it from 10s to 12s, a few to 14s; good, Gs to S 6d; second and inferior, 4s 6d to 6s 6d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 June 1891
A6utions. ABBOTT AND WILSON, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. AUND GENERAL AUCTIONEERS, 415 BouKo-s~TREE, Me.LBOUOUN Country Properties always on hand for Sale and To Let. Clearing Out Sales onducted. 9EP Weekly. Sale Days. AT NEWMARKET: EvzrY TUESDAY--SU.EEP. EV.RY WEDSuNDAY-FAT & SWTO CATrIZ AT CORPORATION YARDS (Elizabeth-street North): EVERY TmHUSDAY, 10 A..--Psus & C.urAL EyrEr FRIDA, 10.30 A.u.--DAMYT A. OrTnm CATLE. Monthly Sales, 1891. TEA M"ARET 2 6 3 1 5 3 Wo ostoc 13 10 7 5 21 15 ABBOTT AND WISON, Auctioneers, Melbourne. For Salo. FOR SALE. A QUANTITY OF RABBIT-PROOF WIRE NEITING, at £23 10s. per Mile, with One Guinea per Mile, Freight from Melbourne, added. To be Sold in Quantities to Suit' Par chasers. Delivery to be taken at the Tea Railway Station. For further particulars apply to J. D. WEBS?TER, Jec., Secretary Wire Netting Committee. Shire Hall, Yea, June 16, 1891. Tanersa. TENDERS. T ENDERS are invited, unil SaTUr?AY, the 4th JuLr, by P. J. COO?ETy, for FE...
SKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, AND BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 June 1891
SKIKS. HIDES, TALLOW, A?D BARK. Mesors. DALETY- and CoMP.Sv, LIMTED, report on the 3rd June: SaasMKIrs.-Butebers' green skins, 3s 6d to 5s d each ; do. lamb pelts, la to 2s each ; do. lambskins, to 3s each; dry skins, 3O to Os each ; do., in bales and bundles, merinos, 5jd to 7d per lb.; do., roassbreds, 5d to 61d per lb.; do. lambskin., to 6jd per lb.; dry'pelts, to tld per lb.; inferior and damaged lots, from ?d per lb. upwards. K.oGAuoo .aD FURRED SKnIs.-Prime kangaroo, large and sound skins, up to 4s 3d perlb. ; medium. 2a to 3s per lb; small, Isto is dper lb.; red skins, 2s 0to 2 Od per lb.; brush, d to ds 9ed pr lb.; wallaby, large, I1 4d to 2s 2d per lb.; rabbit skins, firsts, to 101d per lb.; do., seconds, 4d to Gd per lb.; inferior and kittens, Id to 2.1 per lb.; opossum skins, firsts, to So Gl per dozen; do., seconds, 1s 6d to3s per dozen; bear skins, 3. to 4s per dozen. BAek.-Superior bundled black wattle bark, 8 to £S10s per ton ; medium, £3 to £5 per ton; superior chopp...
Rates of Postage: [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 June 1891
cstes o Postcatg -o all plices heb ad thd Ainsitalei Coldnies (British. Neeiv Guinea, Fiji, and New Hebrides excepte?d), -2d. per hallf ounce. ". .-.. .: _. v ,' .t.... "?, " Post-earls to the Uhited,.Kingdoma; 2d: each. :.On letters to 'ewSotnh ?ialcs;-'ili Australia,..Queensland, ras. niana, t New Hebrides,,Sd. per half-onc 2li per oence being formerly ehiued.r Registratidn of letters; packetd, p' ai:l:' &c., addressed to all,'place;" 3d.: .:i ddli tion.to the ordinary rate oI postage Owingto represei It muetad byflma I Government it had been decided restriet': for the present, the reduced 'rate (~d) b : foreign postage to the .United Kingdom onlf? and as regards all other countries to ri??r to the charges made previous t tthe. 14t January, 1S 91; until after the Postal Cs6igttf to bb held ihi Vierice in Nay nest.
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 June 1891
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