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CHILDREN'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

OfL.DRfr'5 OONIOE3T. THE concert given by Mrs. Henderson's pupils at the Shire Hall, on Thursday night, attracted a large audience. Theacher and - pupils were unsparing in their efforts, with the result, as invariably happens from con stant practice, that nearly every item went "smoothly as a marriage bell." The concert opened with an overture from "Semiramide," by Elsa Daley and anud Martin, who were heartily applauded, their clever manipula tion of the keys being a surprise, even .to those who expected something more than mere school-girl fingering. Apianofortesolo, "'The Signal March," by Osment Scale, which followed the children's chorus from "Boccaccio," was very well executed; while. the pianoforte duet from the "Gondoliers," by Maggie and Rosie Dunne, andtheiluetof:. Scottish airs by Grace M'Leish and Maggie Dunne, were tokens of .what may. be ex pected at Yea concerts a. fewsyears hence. The vocal waltz, "Little .Bopep," and the "Cooper's Chorus ". from; " loccaccio," by the...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY. JANUARY 22,1891. THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

tilt QF( hronixIc. WITI WHICH 5 INCORORATED PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THIURSDA1, J?NUARY 23, 1891. WE have been fE~ored with some in teresting figures 'about the rainfall during the past too years by the Rev. Mr. MILNE. In afrmer issue we gave the totals, but thefull particulars are so very interesting and so well worth a place in a scrapbook or diary, that we now give them; It is not going too far to say that vithout such a good rainfall the green eills of the Yea dis trict would bednimost worthless, so that the figures should have a peculiar interest for ourl sheep-farmers and graziers. The folowing are the totals for each month during the past two years: "Month. Year Year M1889. 1890. In.pts. Inpts. January:.. '. 248 024 February . : 262.. 0"50 •March .k.- l::.. ;0:17 : 551 . . Aprl : 3L. ,0-95 June -:...J 4?41. 36 . July .... . 2"21. 2506 August .. 396 3"43 September'.. 3"44 245 October ... .. 2"72 2 84 November :. -.303 301 December .... 031 1"35 Totals ... 3227 29 14 The numbe...

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Parcels and Goods at Yea Railway Station. GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

arell aad Gaood at Tea allway Walton, Parnell, J. W. John?t, M'Leish (Marrindindi), Tosh and Congron Quinlan, Father Brady. Sier Broas., Holden, J. W. ohnston, Muller, Gemmell, White, Blake, filliamaun.

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

NEWS A9D NOTES. My. WILLIAM RIcuARDS, of Kerrisdale, who was the only candidate nominated for the seat vacated by )lr. Thomas Underwood in the Yea Shire Council, has been declared duly elected. We have no doubt that when the time comes Mr. Richards will be able to give a good account of his stewardship. THE seating accorimodation at the Pres byterian Church is not sufficient for present requirements, and a concert will be given at the Shire Hall. on Wednesday, the ?5th February, with the view of providing the necessary funds. Ow-Licso Nome Airrmngenenta between.tho Stock and Station Agents in Melbourne, made probably in the interests of one or two papers, our correspondent informs us that he will not in future hbe able to telegraph to us on Wednesday nights his summary of the prices ruling and the quantity of stock yarded at Flemington. We do not despair yet of procuring the information, and if it is poaible to do o, .we shall let our readers have the benefit of it. In our."Calendar...

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THE CHILDREN'S PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

THE CHILDREN'S PICNIC   The Children's Picnic, which was held on Thursday last, on the Recreation Reserve,   Yea, was an unqualified success in every respect. The Committee spared no efforts to make the picnic as enjoyable as possible, and were unremitting in their attentions to the young people during the entire day. As usual, the supplies of eatable and drinkables were in excess of requirements, and the youngsters had a varied choice of dainties and delicacies to select from. The booth which was put up on the ground a couple of days previously afforded a nice cool lounge for the ladies who dispensed the viands, and visitors were not slow in appreciating it. The Working Committees of ladies and gentlemen were always at their posts, and before the close of the day several appeared to be far more done up than the juvenile competitors. Prominent amongst the workers on the ground were Mrs. Scale, the Misses Wilson (2), Wall, and Haddon; Rev. Mr. Barnes, Messrs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

DEAF FORTY YEARS. Thc description of a ,iinple rcnedy, lby which a conmpkete cue of hcafuce. and notIcn in the hAea of a! judry rrs ST.5nING has jast been effectu.d, will be sent FrEe to anuyune who nppiies to J. 1!. -ICHOLSON. bej OILLI,e-u,!eunr,: ?IELTortNC. Medical. ALL DISEASES OF LONG STANDING COMPLETELY CURED HERBAL IMAGNETIC TREATMENT. : CHrONIC SUFFKREBS SIIOULD NOT FAIL TO CONSULT Mr. H. E. Kugelmann CoNSuaLTan HEjbA.ISrT AND ECLECTIC, OF 172 ?SD 174 WLLan-sr., MELDOURSE. All Consultations Free. NoTIcE.-If preferred, a signed agreement given, which provides that no cost is incurred in the event of a cure not being effected. A S Mr. H. E. KUGELMANN cannot possibly visit personally every town in Victoria and adjacent Colonies, and in order that all sufferers from any Chronic or supposed Incurable Disease may be enabled toobtain the benefit of his undoubted skill and ability in Curing all Diseases by his new and wonderful Herbal Magnetic treatment without Drugs or Poisons, he...

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FARM, STOCK , and DAIRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

FARI, STOCO, and DAIT NOTES. Ta .districts lying between the Loddon and the Avoca have suffered much from droughts in foruer years, but this season the conditions have been favorable to the growth of the crops, and a very satisfactory harvest is being gathered in. Last year the crops looked quite as wiell, if not better, but the yields were disappointing. The rust disease was not as bad as in some other portions of the northern areas, but it seriously affected the yields, and apart from the rust the season was more favorable for the growth of straw than the filling of the grain. The crop, however, was a fairly good one, but on the present occasion the result is still more satis factory. The heads are long, and well filled with' plump grain, so that the stripper and the thresher are showing results which in most cases exceed expectation. " Farmers are returning to the townships for a second supply of bags, and the quality of the grain is all that could be desired. The good crops betw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

Forem= o of oIadg Satter, 8o '- ' Fourth Paco. yEA RACING CLUB. THURSDAY, MARCH 12-. PRESIDE?T-Mr. John Downie. VIcE-PRESIDENT-Mr. T. C. WVaddell. SrwWARD--Messrs. E. M'Cristal, W. Par cell, P. Galvin, D. M'Leish, jun., P. W. Conlan, G. Scott, M. Dunn, C Davey, R. Coles, jun., W. B. Steuart,' F. Martin, A. M'Kenzie, J. Quinlan, C. Anderson, E. Smith. JUDGE-Mr. J. C. Sanders. STARTER-Mr. J. D. Webster, jun. CLERK OF SCALES-MIr. Dessour. CLERK OF CounsE-Mr. E. Smith, jun. TRAScURER-Mr. Daniel M'Les :: TsrcEoKPER-Mr. J. Blake . H,'bicArrz?-Mr. Dakin. SECRETARYI-Mr. A. F. Cameron. Programme of Events.' 1. DISTRICT MAIDEN PLATE, f012 Sovs. 10 Sovs. 1st Horse, 2 Sova. 2nl Horse. 'About Imile. Weightforage For horses the bona fide property for3 months prior to the race of residents in the Yea Shire (Members .of. the.'Yea Race Club) and must be approved of by the Stewards before .starting.- Mem ber's fee £1. Entrance 10s. To Start at 1 p.m. .. :- .. 2. YEA HANDICAP. Of 30 Sovas, with Sweep ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

usiness Ncitots. New Butchery. J. QUINLAN BEGS to inform the Rcidents of Yea and District that he has just Erected a New Butchery in High-street. near Shire Hall; and trusts, by s:UL. .\ Go AITICLE AT . REA.%OO.ACLI: PRI:CE, to merit a fair share of public Iratrnuge. The Shop is Now Open. SM LL 000O5 . SEILITT7. J. W. Johnston, IBUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, STATioX-sTIrET, YES, LAS ON HAND, AND FOR SALE, AT Le.tWE Pr.ICe.a, SOFTWOOD TIMBIER (Well Seasoned), IBUILDERS' IRCNMONGERIY, RIDGING, SPOUTING;, PAINTS, GLASS ESAMELLED ?VOpD O'e CEDAR |LA.NTEL "IECtS, &C., &C. Estimates or Quantities Supplied. PULVERM ACHE R'S WORLDS-FrA1ED Electric Belts V RE GENUINE CURE FOR Sciatica Luimbago , Rheumatism Neuralgi' 'ervous Debility Kidney aml : itd er Complaints hc., &c, e. Notlics. T IIE Directors of the YEA CusoxICLE NEEwtatPt1t Co~ P -aNY Ikg to intimate that they have LEASED the Plant, Copyhold, and Premises to Mr. P. CALVIN for a term of AT LEAST THREE YE.RS. NOTICE T...

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ALEXANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) I have heard it said that the pros- perity of a town is often indicated by the number of lawyers in it. If this demonstration be correct, Alexandra must be marching onward, for another solicitor has now settled in our midst, and is about to open all office next to the venerable "Charley's". It is to be   hoped the advent of this gelal gentle- man will, however, do some good in helping to retain in the district much money that is now sent to Melbourne whenever the services of a second soli- citor are required. It is rumoured here that we are to be favored with a Postmaster at our local Post Office, who will probably act as Receiver and Paymaster also. As one of a long-suffering public, I trust Dame Rumor may be true, for a lady, no matter how efficient she may be, must be, to some extent, lacking in the ability to cope with the mass of business that daily passes through our local office. Our local paper is still hammering   awy f...

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YEA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 19. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M., and T. S. Scale, J.P.) SOLICITOR'S FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

TZA POLIZ03 OVET. ToasDAY, JANUrY 19.:.. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.ML, and T. S. Scale, J.P.) sOLICITOR's FEES. T. Graham v. George M'Leish. Claim, £3 5s. Gd., for professional services, stamps, &c. Defendant stated that he told Mr. Dessour to pay the money, and he had him the money to pay Mr. Graham. & Dessour stated that he had en gaged Mr. Graham with defendant's sanction; but defendant never paid witness any money on Mr. Graham's account. In several instances de fendant had taken the money awarded by the Court, and had not paid it'to 'witness. The Bench made an order for the amount and 15s. Gd. costs; in default, to be levied by distress-telling de fendant if he .had any grievance against Mr. Dessour it had nothing to do with the present case. BREACHES OF THE HEALTH ACT. Senior-constable Alexander, Inspec tor of Nuisances, charged Edward Ryan with leaving a 'dead horse partly in the Yea River, and partly on the Common. Thos. Cumerford stated that lie saw defendant ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

Chum h Services. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. T HE Rev. D. MILNE will conduct J Divine Service (D.V.) in the above Church next Sabbath at Yea, morning at 11 o'Clock, and in the evening at 7.30. In the afternoon at Dairy Creek, at 3 o'clock. 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. Mr. J. T. Daley at Spring Valley in the morning, and Strath Creek in the afternoon. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH. - THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Congregation will be held on FRI DAY, JANUARY 30th, at 7.45 pim., at the Church. All Parishioners are earnestly invited to be present. Govozment A~dPrt?imeats v. = R. SALE (No. 7,074) of Crown Lands, in Fee Simple, at the COURT-HOUse, YEA, on TUESDAY, the TumRD DAY Of FEBaEART, 1891, at Twelve o'clock Noon. TOWN LOTS. YEA, PARISn or YEA, COUrir oF ANCLESmr Fronting Miller-street, at the site of the improvements of Edwd. M'Sweeney. Upset prize, £23 per lot.-...

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THE POET'S CORNER. TO AN URCHIN. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 22 January 1891

THE POET'S CORNER.     TO AN URCHIN. By Jennings CARMICILeEL in the   "Australiasian."   " Play on the old tin-can; my laddie, Beat out the notes of the rusty strain March with a brave little air, my laddie, Treading the pathway again and again. Sing with that jubliant voice, my laddie, Keep good time to the measure gay ; And I will pause in my ramble, laddie, And gravely tarry to hear you play." Solemnly strides he the pathway over, Stretching small legs to a martial tread ; Crosses the green, thro' the flowers and clover, The sundown glow on his bright young head. Cheery the strokes ring out thro' the gloaming, The gloaming sacred to westward hours; But child-eyed clamour goes onward roaming, A mocking imp on the meadow flowers. What cares he for the mute appealing Of day's last flame in the dreaming sky! What knows he of the nurmurs stealing From river-reeds as the tide goes by ! Fine is the beaten path, and the ringing Echoes t...

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THE YEA RIVER SYNDICATE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

L- THE Minister of Laids has been fur nished by, the: Conservator .of Forests with a report on the timber.. resouces of the land sought to be acquired by 'Mr. Walkeden, in fiisamended proposal, on behalf of the Yea River Trading Company.. Mr. Perrin stateg there is no"iniuperable objection to alienatiin'i -four blocks of: land, aggregating: 600 acresd because the timber-thereon is smiill'and scarce,' but in regard to the 400 acres appliedfor t.tll#enorth- west, forest objections would be lodged," as. the' timber is of.-good quality, in ad dition to whichjlhe" alienation of.the area in question would' inconveniently alter the boundariesof _atimnibereserve of 13,000 acres. He is p opii?ion' that two blocks applied for- under -section: 32 of the Lanid Act shbuld not :be alienated from the State Forest, and that twoother blocks mighlt begra.lted clear of:the forest, ' Mr. .ecrinis?,gf opinion that'the tim?-. areas co!e14te worked under the regslationt oeiginailyt suggested by hIinir suh...

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BRANDY FROM VICTORIAN WINE [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

3 A DT AOxM VICTOZA.N Vats A NEW industry is- being initiated by Messrs. Joshua Brothers, distillers, of Port Melbourne, for the'maiiufacture of the best quality of brandy fromn colonial-wines, which from their high percentage of "alcohol are "specially adapted for the'purpose. The firm hris beer. established now some five years, and has already obtained a large sale for whisky and other spirits; but until recently brandy has not been included in its output. About two years ago the distillation -of brandy was com menced, the managers havingpreviously ascertained by consultation with Euro pean experts that the wine spirit produced from' the distillation of' Victorian wine was'as good as could he !made from the produce "of the Frebeh grape. 'It is difficult- to over estijtfate" the. idauc:f .the .nej ..de parture.to the rignerons of the.colony, as they will, in additiotr to their present outlets, be able to rely on a steady and permanent. market for many.classes of wine, which, in con...

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M.C.C. V. ALEXANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

S i.C.C V.-. ALEXANDRA. A MATCH, MI.C.C. . Alexandra, was played on the Melbourne.ground on Saturday. -The visitors won the toss and elected to bat first, but they only succeeded in making 65 runs. The M.C.C. replied ..with 272 for five wickets. Edwards played well for 128. Appended are the scores:-- .. SBarnard, not oiut .:' .: 32 Brownell, bDicksoii ... ... .. 2 G. Webb, at Dickson... .. .. 0-* A. Stillman, b Dickson ... 0 Gordon, run out ... 9 Robinson, b Dickson..... ...'1 Whiting, b Dickson'i.. .. . R. Blendell, b Shee ... G. Bleudell, c sub., b Shee .S i 2 MI'Cra, b Dickson .. ..? ? Denby, b Shee.: .. . 4 Oates, b Dickson ... ... c.. o 3unckton, b Dickson..... . .. 0 Graham., b Shee ... ..... 1 W. Stillman, at Shee'... Sundries ,,. . 7 Total. .. ..; ..: ... 6r . .LC.C. " - Green, b Brownell .:. ... 10 Edwards, lbwbDenby" : ..123 Dickson, c M'Cre, b Iuncktoon`'. 2 D. M'llwraith, blBrownell 3... Figgie, at Grahamo .; .. ' .. ." Shee, not out... .,;' .... .... 20 Sundries .....a....

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CRICKET. SEYMOUR V.[?]A. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

SEYMOUR . A. THr'return match betwe the above clubs. wa? playd? at Seymir on Saturi day last. The weather vs all that could be desired, but the attendance of spectators was small. Buten captained the locals andl Thorley the visitors. The latter having won the toss elected to take the wickets; Porterand Oallen taking sup the howling for Seymour. As .·illae: seen b.y tlie appeuded scores, " the; :ijckets- fell in- :rapid successioti; the triindling-of Porter arid Callen being "i`ead= on,"-iand the innings closed for the very-small score - of 14 runs. Seymour their handled the willow, and by careful play com piled the respectalle total of 152 runs before the last ~icket was disposed of. Bullen 40, Callen 32,-J. Buggy30 (not out), M. Buggy 20, batted in dashing tyle. Seymoiu' thus woan the match by 138 runs. IThe fielding on both sides was fair.' As cocoanut matting was used at the pitch, the Yea team, whose pitch is always on the sward,' were placed it' considerable dis advantage, and ...

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Rates of Postage. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

To'`oiff p1`Eccs tozittbý Auntralibn Colonic (Britishi NeO (,uine1, Fiji. nailt ,Nw Heblirides 'e'cc ,pteci, t3. per Inlf. 'onocr_ Yostcnards hb'te Lnitcl kfbdoon , !.1. 'end.1 tOn letterst o Ne Sdatt Wales, South Anstruli, O'eensalu, Tas1 esaou. New Zelnelad Fiji,, Ilntieb New (Gifinet, and New Hebridte ".1 psr }calfnt!nce; 2,1 per ounce being formerly dcrhaed. Re'i trtiaten bf Ietten. spaclets, iarcels. &c., iddrter eito all pises, id. in audi. "tfi -to tie rdinnry rate of pnntage.

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DOOGALOOK ANTIMONY MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

00ALoo00 AN=T-OT NY X . (m?R . on. owR CORasSPONDEr.) LAST WEEK, \Mr. Rae, the Crow Lindb Bailiff, arrived from Seymour, and by, direction" of the Lands Departmehnt made inquiries on the spofts to the' matter in dispute, between O'Shea's party and-Stevens' party. This would seem to indicate that the dispute so long pending, as to who legally owns the blue shaft and adjacent ground is -coming to a head, and it is felt here that the sooner the matter is settled 'one way or another, the better it will be for the mining development and -commercial interests of the district. Smith and Co., on the south of O'Shea's, have suspended work, in ac cordance with the bye-laws, for three months. Mr. P. O'Donnell, formerly of the .Exchange. Hotel, Alexandra, now of the Court-house Hotel, Kilmore, was so-:frvorably impressed, that he immediately purchased a half-interest from Mr. Smith, at a price withheld. It is their intention, 1 believe, to float a company. Under the. inspiration of the Amend in...

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Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

R pilwa Timo Table. ea"DA+ jRo.AD io 3iEamorrxr -Alznnt~rcivna IZOui Ist. 1u M1ixd. Mixd -Ale-adr? a s.D. -S. D. A .H... Road ... d p. 5 52 'Cathkin . O 0 5 - 7 40 1olemorth I1 0 9 - 7 550 B alh -m ... 1 I '. - 14 6 5 Cheviut 2 4 1 7' 16 (arr. 8 1063 Yea : 13 D 0 'dep. 'S 5 65 olinewood... 3 n 7- SI 7 0 kirrisdale....4 1? . -3 3 - 9' ' 7 16 Trnwool ... 5 11 3 11 ' 9 1 0 'Tallrak ... 7 " 6q I { ' r dep. 102 83 elbne... 311 0 rr.. I1 , 9 . 30 R1Eaom r AEAN-RA I:5AD. Pas. Passa A.Y. rU. 311elbourie... Ist. 2nd. dep. 7 4 5 22 - .. sD. arr. 9 55 7 1 Tallarook :.. 9 . 3 Idep. 10 30 S 2 "Yauwool "*... 1 I0 6 7 -- 10 5i S 40 -'Keri00-·del .J76 -- IlOrl s? 40 Kerrisdale 11 C - 11 1! 8 54 -dmewood... 12 3 3 - 11 :3: 9 10 ar.1? X, 9 25 I 1. 9 ...1339O, tdep. r.Mt. 9 35 hC ot ... 13 9 3 - 12z 9 49 "ldham ... 14 -- 6 - 12 :? 10 0 3loleswofith 15 310 1 - 10 1:5 Cathkir ... 15 '6 10 3 1 10 10 40 Alexandria * Road ...16 311 0 arr. I 2310 55 Change trains at T'allarock.

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