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Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 June 1891
Bailw7sy Timo Tab1o. ALF.XArnnA ROTS~ TO MF. er 5E:_ _ 1st. 2nd. Mud 3 ixd Alexandra S.D. S. . A P5 Road d sp. 7" S -9 l Cathkin .0 S 5 0 Mlolesuortht 1 "2, 0 - 30 Clheiiot 2 -41 1 56 6 T 3 ar0a 810O1 l dekp.S32a5 dý! lIncivs... 3 10i 7 S 41 Kerris!aln.. 4 10ý 3 3 03 '1 j Trawool .. 13 .9 I0 711 Tallarook ...7 0 1 fus telibourns... 1G 31il t. 11!56 J 3 ý: 'K5 3IErnssUis:;n T As.x. t o~i\n Pass. Pasi. iciboue .. 1st id. de '11 Tialarcak ...; 9 3 ti Tmrrool .. 0 6, 0 lierris,1sle..111 3' 7 Ii - J!I l losnersvoodz...1_ 13 S 3' 13i Yea 1131 51 Chint ... 13 ;1 r 15 9 -_ Basllsnn ... 14 :lj 9 1 la 11 S Id Slolesucirth13 5 .j * . o-,10 "' Catiskis ... 15 610 is - 1 j00st Alexanlldra 1 Itoasl ... 16 3.11 0 or.`. I 1 2 t'hssng trams at.alrc:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 June 1891
Drnpers, &c. IMPORTANT TO VISITORS TO MELBOURNE ! ! ! Opening of New Furnishing Showrooms. Now the Largest and Best Lighted in the Colonies. FOY & GIBSON, SMITH ST., COLLINGWOOD, The Isr;t and most complete house furnishers in the Southern lfeminphere. incite wipection of their COLOSSALSTOCKS of FUrILISIIItNS of all kinds, mand in their own factori, and comprising some new.,migne l oand artste?deoigs is Furniture, smt. ble forh ll l ses shon in new well.lighted show. rooms, with a total stock of over £I00,0030, embracing aIl the newest Home and Foreign prodructions. £sli es suopplied free for complete fusrot for oct Ug.e or msasdon. Topmprietor of coffee pulaces, hot1rkecpers, sd others, Fop and Gibson direct specitl ittentios to t krg shipment of Bedteuds, ust landed, aod now oered at exceptional prices. tsm ll resin French Beds, in posts, with extended footnrsl, in all colors, l ed. reach. Best Wonm Wire iattress to suit bseor, ls. Al other sizes in stock at prepor...
DAIRY NOTES. THE MANAGEMENT OF COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 June 1891
*- . - .t OTz?, .' . THE MA' AGEENT- OF COWS. O'ex of the mocst serious mistakes made in the management of cows (says Profess6or 'Iriry Stewart) is milking them whileltfey are feeding. This commonly causes a serious dimi nutiop of the milk; ;arious, irritative resilts on the temper of the cow, and the consequential per~anent injury to the animsaL . ..;.,. . ENSILAOE-THE OPLIOS OF A PRIZE w' . w sss. Inquiries.how toanakeensilagebeing very . somanon, :.we: quote from the Bacchus' .arm h - Express a : letter rgceied byM. Hi Arytage ,M.LA., wionerof Mr Armytagea first prize, TorehiilAge roy SiY4woy Y iniw .hon diffic ititti atincet ssythingew -vi mepf ta e lou et l$lt i spt is t ljqoi ,oh s;, [modds -tn ilue l pagde as maaer. selves:: '.'uyaf lie 1= boveie tt' over 2· ppi e4ls the'2T ttie' s aPo cattle eatfit readily. '-Ostofessil Z-=Sink' ' and.' linii?g? bt"i?-ilbZ.'; 10 b~shels-of-arley, t.a s 6d.i £.5s. cattif,; rtfin haichfaffi lSitFcF fouod mela three'itay id ay G't peirdly, £3.-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 June 1891
SAV 3lonsar by sending to Lincoln, Stuart and Co., Limited, 238 Flinders. street, Melbourne, the largest tailoring establishment in the city. They will post to you free on application samples of tweeds• and instructions for self-measurement.-A really good servicealde all - wool suit to measure for 42s:; try thm.-[AnvT..] Tue infuenai .sraging'again this year ,ith 'unpic~idented deadliness The paralysing influences ofthis' terrible malady have assauned.the ialarming. dimensions ofiappgue 'Thedistemper is of a pover iillyiLs'ctive chiaracter and shatters j sa : otns wite- earfuli suddenness. '!The':,severity:.of the vi?itation ecplipses allpbrious attacks. The medicial (acutly 'fail. to iccouit for the outbreak,and,is i powerless to control its tpread. Doctors, .nurses, and" hospitala ide -oing" everything" possible for , sqMftretw, bt are over whelmed by the .uiulItituide crying. bitterly ' for relie.% -AAdeep?ch from one town $t4at4lth 30T eople died in oned?idiy; 'dti; abii the dai...
MAY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 June 1891
3UT AL ES. THE M uRRAy i Ren. STocK, STvsov Asn ons?mIsszos Anency COMprA'J , LTD., report for 'ay as under: *At Seymour, Tuesday, 5th May, we report a full yard of stock of all descriptions, and a large attendance, with fairly good com petition. Fat bullocks were placed at £6 2s 6d; cows £4 Is ;three-year-old steers 62s d ; young stock .32s 6d : small line of 7 ; two lines of wethers Ges d and Gs 6d ; taom of bullocks £110. Wo. also sold 200 acres, Northwood, on nacount of Mr. Robert Moore, at a iiatisfactory fi~ Ie. At Losgo d, Tuesday, 12th May, a large supply of cattle were yarded, ,and many ... saleseffected at slightlyiimproved rotes. . On'20th May, in conjunction with Messrs Wallder, Harte and "Wllder, 'we held a clearing sslefor Mr. A: Duiels, Seymour, when all.snodries were sold, the plant, with teanm, c., being placed subsequently. , Od 22nd May, at Mrs. Ash's clearing shle, we leased her propertv at Sugarloaf reek i ht· rate satisfactoy to bothl prties, did dispsedelof th...
ADJOURNED MEETING. SATURDAY, MAY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 June 1891
ADJOURNED MEETING. SATURDAY, Mty 14. An' adjourned meeting of the Council was held on Saturday. Present: Crae. Sanders (President), M'Cormick, Underwood, Scale, Webster, Carver, and Quinlan. Messrs. Stenart (Secietry), ? ?Ifoid (Engineer), and Goane (Surveyor) wres also present. W.'HOOD'S CaIN F0oK A HOR. , T W -Prseidenhnid that..be..and £!ch Quinln had waited upon Mr. Hood, who was Iilling to forego his claim if the Council would fence in the-dinak the back of Highstreet. The cost would only be about £2 or £3. Cr. M'Cormick thought the owners of property should pay half the cost. Cr. Webster was of opinion the Council shhould py all the cost, as they had made a drain which cut off tee people from entrance to their prnpeotires.. Cr. M'Cormick proposed-" That the Engineer get a fenca anl hand-railm at the back of Arnold Hood's premises-each to pay half of hand-rail-Carried." EaGcaan's REPORT. " I have the honotft report for your infor mation as follows :4- have prepared plans and sp...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 18 June 1891
CO2W .Cl&L. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKE1'3. (mona OeR O (iWN iLRE.IONDRT.) [IIt E.l(rrT?e TF.LEGRAtPI.] MELBOURNt, LAST imhTra. Messrs. '. M'ILwrucK and Co. report:- CHEE.E-About late rates; prime in fair request, from 4d to .?d; meolium to good, 2jl to 3;. BRrren.-Potted: Prime new weehjI, )ld to Is; prisme spring, fit for counter trade, in request, il to Sd ; old spring, pot fit for counter trade, and inferiorsorts dull, at 2jd to 5. Fresh : Shortsupply, marketfirmat about las; week's rates; best dairies, Is 2d to is 441; good onlrdinary and lanmp, Is to Is lid; inferior, lower. Ecus.-Market again easier at Is 6fd per dozen. CAR-CASE PoxK.--On Friday we had a large supply; prime light weights, from 4d to 5d per lb.; prime heavy, from 3td to 4td per lb.; inferior, 2Id to 3(d per lb. PorLuar.-Fair'demand for prinme stock k; inferior, dull.
STRATH CREEK JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 June 1891
STRATI O=EX JOTTnTQS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) A PUBLIC MEETING was held at the Lodge on Saturday eveling, for the purpose of forming an Athletic Club, and arranging a programme for a day's sports. Considering the state of the weather, there was a remarkably good attendance, and the' utmost good feel ing was displayed throughout. Mlr. Robert Wilson occupied the chair. It was decided to hold the initial meeting of the new club on Friday, the 10th of July next, and a liberal and varied programme was adopted, including a Sheffield Handicap, Hurdle Race, Long and High Jumps, Hop, Step, and Jump,. Three-legged, Sack, and Old Buffers' Races, in addition to several events for children. Mr. J. B. Selby was unani mously elected President; Mr. T. Munro, Judge; Mr. Arthur Forbes, Starter; Messrs. Condon and Fitzge iald, Handicappers; and Mr. Knight, HIon. Secretary and Treasurer. The followinggentleuen havebeen requested to act as Stewards :-Messrs. A. Fer guson, R. Wilson, W. Mitchell, G...
The Yea Sub-Treasury. CROWN GRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 June 1891
Tho Tea Sub-Treasur. L7ROWN I?5CNS . J. D. Webster Richard Jeffrey JCENCES ,AND LELsES AWAITING EYCCTIO0 AND DELIVRYT. J. Williamson A. Bassett E. M'Leish A. E. Purcell M. Leech Peter Green C. E. M'Cormnack . L. Robins M. Jelfery W. H. Morgan M. Coonan (2) M. A. M'Connick A. M'Lure E. C.Mayger J. Brady J. Clooney R. Sharp W. Hicks John Green (2) A. Minto . C. Dunning W. de M. Jeffrey M. M'Clure J. Doherty Ed. Morgan Geo. Stewart H. Martin Marg. T. M'Cormick R. T. Bassett
THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. LICENCES AND LEASES REVOKED OR DECLARED VOID. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 June 1891
TZZ OVENMEMT. GAZETTZE LICNaCES AND LEASES REVOKiD oL DEC LA.ED VOID. Antone Timershank, 436a., Niagaroon. APPIJCATIONS 103 LEASE' APPROVED. Alex. Hume, 263a. 3r. 38p., Woodbourne. Geo. Free, 99a. Sr. 9p., Gobur. Margaret M'Gnigan, 319s. Ir. 14p., Merton. Martha M'Guignn, 319a. 2r. 33p., Merton. John Tebble, 313a. 2r., Worroegh. Margaret Templeton (widow of the late John Templeton), 319a. 2r. 17p., Ruffy. John Jas. Nolan, 319.. 2r 30p., Ruffy. Bridget O'Connor (nee Canty), 246a. Ir. 25p., Rnufy. Josiah Grimshaw, 296a. 2r. 29p., Ruffy. James Horman, 319a. 3r. 6p., Ruffy. Albert E. J. D. Mayger, 319a. 2r. 34p., Ruffy. APFLICATIONS FOR LICENCES AND LEASES NOT GRANTED. Walter Brown, 3S., Molesworth. LEASES SURRENDERED. Fannie Petersen, 320x., Block E., Flower dale.
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 June 1891
GOMEROL l. MELBOURff'E PRODUCE MARKETS. (FROM OUR OWN CORREsrONDENT.) [Br ELECItRc TE.RGrPIL] aMELtGUONE, LA?T uIOUrT. Messrs. 1.. M'ILwrucK and Co. report: CEtlsL.-A large supply came forward, and prices were steady at about late rates. lc'rru.--Potted: Prime new weekly. 9d to lid; prime spring, fit for counter trade, met with a realy sale, at 6t to Sd, but rol spring, not fit for counter trade, and infe nor, dull of sale, at 3d to 5d. Fresh : Fair supply, and market slightly easier than last week. eLst dairies, Is 2d to Is lid: a few higher: good ordinary and lump, Is to Is ld ; inferior lower. EoGs.-There has been a sudden drop in prices down to.ls 3d to Is 3ld1. CARcASE POL.--On Frilay we had a good supply; paime light weights, from 4d to 5Il per lb. ; prime heavy, from 3}1 to 44 per lb. ; inferior, ".1 to 3d per lb. PoeL?xM . --lack. Ho?Ey. - Small supply : prime garden sold at 3d to4d. Feeswax, good, 10d per lb.
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 June 1891
MELBOURNE CATILE MARKET. FAr StLEEu.-24.000 yarded. Thebnlk of the supply consisted of middlingdescriptions, with a limited proportion good to prime. The demaid was brisk throughout. For thse suited to tiade rcqliremrnts prices ruled art per head higher, while second and infe:ior sorts were in firmer request at fully last week's rates. Prime crossbred wethers, from IGs to 19s a few from O1s to 2s 6d: prime crossbred ewes, from I:s to 15s; prime merino wethers, from 12 lid to 1ds; extra do. do., from 16s to 16is il; good merino wethers, from I Is to 12s; middling and in. ferior, from Ss; prime merino ewes, from Ss Gd to lOs Gd. FAT Lam:s.-4.030 were penned. The de mand was brisk, and last week's rates were fully maintined. Prime sold at firom IOs to 12s; extra 1ds to 15ls: good, Ss to S Gd; second and inferior from os.
DAIRY CATTLE AND PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 June 1891
DAIRY CATTLE AND PIGS. MES~S, Anrorr AND WILSOs report: D.Mar CArrLE (19th June).-There was only a medium supply yarded, all classes be. log only poorly represented. We had buyers for a large number of suitable dairycows; other sorts were not sought after. Dry cows, springers, and young stock met with better competition to-day, than for some time past, and to all appearances likely to be in largedemand. Wequote : Good cows, with calves at foot, from £5 I10 to £10 10s; medium and inferior, from £6 5s to £o 15s. We sold one extra good heifer, with first callf at foot, on account of Mr. Wm. Pender, Greenvale, for £13 10s, topping the market; springers, up to £5 fs lid; dry cows, from £2 I0s to £1 Os. Young stock showed a slight improvement Pil 31.l:arr (ISth Jone).-A medium supply penned ; all classes about equally re presented; prices throughout showed a re dnetion on last week. We quote : aeon pigs, from I3d to 4d per lb.: porkers, from 4.td to 5d; and extra well fed, up to 5yd; suck...
SKINS, HIDES, BARK, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 June 1891
SKINS, HIDES, BARK, &c. Messrs. DaLeT- and Coura.r, LIMITED, report on the 17th June : StsIPrsls.s-Butchers' green skins, 3s 6d to 5s 6l each; do. lambskins, 2s 6& to 3s 6d each: do. lamb pelts, Is Od to 2s Od each; dry skins, 3s to 6s each; do., in bales and bundles, merinos, 5id to 7d per lb.; do., cr.esbreds, 51d to 6!d per lb.; do. lambskins, to Gl per lb. ; dry pelts, to 41d Vl h. % inlerior .ntllnagcl tots. from i d per lb. upwarls. K enc. oa Avs Ftr.rP.E SKINs.-Prime kaugaroo, large and sound skins, nl, to 4s 3S per lb.; medium. 2s to 3a per lb; small. Is to is 6d per lb.; red skins, _s 0ld to 2s 04 per lb.; brush, 9d to Is 9.1 per lb.: wallaby. large, Is 41 to Is 2d per II.; rabbit skins, firsts, to 10d per lb.: do., seconls, 4d to 61 per lb.; inferior and kittens, Id to 2.1 per lb. ; opossum sklis, firsts, to Sa Gd per dozen; do., seconds, Is Cd to .l per dozen; bear skins, 3s to 4s Gd per dozen. Hlros.-Butchers gTreen or, extra heavy and stout, 4,d to i51 p...
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1891. DAIRY FACTORY COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 June 1891
,;ht h e hroanick. WITHI WHIICH I I?NCORPORAT.D PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TH'URSDA F JUVE 25, 1891. DAIRY FACTORY COMPANY ALL over the colony farmers are on theinove. The old cobwebs and old formulas are being:.wept aside. Mr. DAvID WIsos,,thq Government Dairy Expert, told tlie 'Kiluiore farmers a fortnight ago that since the Centennial Exhibition wa?shlelt in Melbourne 120 factories"and' creamerits have been erected in Victoria, With the redult that those who co-operate together obtain much better prices for their butter, while their land has increased £1 per acre in value, and another £1 per' head has been put on to the value of their cattle. It has been frequently asserted by those who appear to take a fiendish delight in barring everything in the shape of pro gress, and in scouting every new idea as absurd, that the factories do not pay. No one should know better than Mr. DAVID WiLsos whether they pay or not, and this is what he told the Kilmore farmers:-" Amongst other factorie...
YEA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 23. (Before Mr. Keogh, P.M., Messrs. J. Bett and T.S. Seale, J.P.s.) CLAIM FOR GRUBBING. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 June 1891
T?E . POT?LTI C0U3T. TUESDAY, JUNE 23. (Before Mr. Keogh, P.M.; Messrs. J. Bett and'T. 8. Scale, J.P.'s.) CLAIM FOR GRUBBING. William Seale v. Charles Forbes. Claim,; £1 19s. 2d., for clearing out 37" stumps, at Is. Gd.. each. Defendant stated that there- -were about 108 stumps in the contract, but olily nine largestumps had Ielen taken out. The usual price for small stumps was 4d. cach. Plaintiff hIul only taken out 19 altogether. Order for £1 19s. 2d. and 5s. costs, Mr. Keogh rent-rking that they lund only the word of one man against another, and if contractors entered into these so t. of verbal arrangements, they must be content to suffer. Mr. Graham for defendant, CLAIM FORi FENCING. J. D. Webster v. P. W. Conlan. Claim, £8 15s. 7d., being half the cost of fencing one chain and a half of dividing fence, £2 18s. 10d.; and half cost of fencing three chains of dividing fence, £5 17s. 9d1. Mr. Graham, who appeared for plain tiff, stated that the action was of a most friendly nature,...
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 June 1891
iDpaitur and Arrival of Mails. MAani close and arrive at the Yea Post Office at the undermentioned hours: CLISE AT YEA POE- A.M. P.M. Melbounne,. 8 6 Tallarook ... .. "8 6 Doogalook... .. " 6... - Molesworth , 11 (oLur 11 - Yarck ... ... 11 Alexandra... . .. 11 8 Murrindindi 12 10 Flowerdaleo ... . 12 10 - ,l'Leish's .. 12 10 e, Underwood's: : ' 12' ' 10 Devlin's ... ... . 12 Holden'e... .. .i. 12 1 J M rphy's . 12 10. . R?CEIVED AT YEA FBO3I A.M. P.3. Melbourne... .. . ..11 30 9 30 Dooualook . .. ... 11 30 - Molesworth .. ... - 6 Gobuor ... ... - 6 Yarck ...6 Alexandra... ... . 8 30 6 Murrindindi ... . 1 30 Flowerdale .. .. I 1 30 M'Leish's ... .. .. I 30 Underwood's ... ... 0 1 30 Devlin's ... o 1 30" Holdcn's . ... . 30 Murphy's ... ... 30
Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 June 1891
1ailway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELnoUR?s.:' lst. 2nd. ' Mixd Mixd Alexandra s. D. . D. A.M. P.s. Road ... dep. 7 5 5 10 Cathkin ...0 0 5 - 0 7 20 0 2 Molesworth 1 0 9 - 7 30 5 Balham ... 1 11. 3- 3 7 45 5 0 Cheviot ... 2 4 '1 - 7560 6 1 arr. 8 10 6 15 Yea ... 3 2 0 dep. 825 d30' Homewood... 3 1 2 7- 8 45 645 Kerrisdale... 4 10?33 3 ? 9 3.? 7 :1 Trawool .. 5 101 3 11 '9 2007 15 'arr: o50 7 5 0 Tallarook .. 7 0 4 91 I p. Esp. e 1dep. 1020 8 3 Melbourne... 16 311 0 ar. 1 56 4: MELBOUN.E TO ALEXADRA ROAD. Pass. Pass. A.M/ P.:1r. Melbourne... lot. 2nd. dep. 7 40 5 2: S. D. S.D. orr. 90 5o51 7 :.? Tallarook ... 9 3 6 3 Sdep. 10 30 8 -P Trawool ... 10 6 7 0 - 10 55 8 41) Kerrisdale ... 11 3 7 6 - I1 15 8 .4: Homewood... 12 3 S 3 - 1133 9 I1 Yea ... 1339 0 arr 11 55 9 3 tdep. P.1. 9 137 Cheviot ... 13 9 9 3 - 12 5 9 40 12 111 lBalham ...14 39 6 - 123010 0 Bivleswurth 15 310 3 - 1245110 1. athkn ... 15 0 10 3 1 1010 40 Road ...16 311 0 rr. 1 2510:, Change trains at Tallaoeck.