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Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 June 1891

Goods and Pacels at the Yea rail way Station. The following is a list of the goods and parcels awaiting delivery at the Yea Rail way Station on Wednesday morning:   Goods Conlan, D. McLeish, Linn. C. Anderson, T. Wilson, H. Draper, Franklin, G. Leech, Perry and Petch, Carison, McLoughlen, A. McPherson, C. de B. Ker, Evans, Alexander, Walton, Hunter, Purcell, M. J. Kelly. PARCELS. Mounted Rifles, Hill, Pulford, Almond, Bree, Crockett, Cummins, Martin, Allen, McPherson, Perry and Petch, McLeish, Kerr,   Forbes, Johnson, Crockett (dog).

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DAIRYING DEMANDED BY THE TIMES. [PAPER READ BY J. GOULD, OF AURORA, OHIO, U.S.A., BEFORE THE ONTARIO CREAMERIES ASSOCIATION.] [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 June 1891

DAIRYING DEMANDED BY THE TIMES. [ParER READ DY J. GOULD, OF AuroRA, Onio, U.S.A., ?tFORE THE Os.Tamo CREAMERIES AssocIATION.] Tns rapidlychangingeonditionof things witnessed " here below" is no less actively at work in the dairy. So noticeable are these changes, that the methods and systems of dairying de niand frequent readjustment to conform with the times; for the dairyman who would succeed to-day, must put himself not only in full harmony with the times, but must become as well a student, and even a patient investigator, of the principles that underlie and to a great extent govern and contribute to his success. At.the start let us see if we in the last 30 years have not drifted very far from the then supposed established customs. Take the year 1856, the initi atory year of my appearance as help in the dairy. The dairy itself was nalire, thoroughbred in unknown breeding. They 'were strangers to a barn or stable. In the winter they slept in the woods, werefoddered from the stack, ...

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YEA TEMPERANCE REGIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 June 1891

TEA TEMPEP.ACCE REGIMENT. T?E tenth anniversary of the Yea Tom perance Regiment was celebrated by a concert at thie Temperance Hall on Tuesday night. The people of Yea have been in. debted to the Regiment for many pleasant evenings, and on Tuesday night there were a few items on the programme which lovers of good music would willingly have journeyed many miles to listen to. Mr. Haslam, the earnest and hard-working Secretary of the Regiment, rode up to Alex. andra on Saturday, and secured the services of Herr Becker, whose playiig on the sweetest of all instruments-the violin-was a delightful feature of the programme. The wonder is, as one listens to his brilliant playing, that a thoroughly finished musician like Herr Becher is content to remain in a country district. Butit is well for thecountry that it is so, for our young people receive object lessons fromnt men of his stamp which they could not otherwise obtain. All who have had the pleasure of listening to Herr Becker will re-ec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 June 1891

Drapors, ec. IMPORTANT TO VISITORS TO MELBOURNE!!! Opening of New Fnmishing Showrooms. Now the Largest and Best Lighted in the Colonies. FOY & GIBSON, SMITH ST., COLLINGWOOD, The larest and most complete house furnishers in the southern tlemslhere. invite iopetilonh of their COLOSSALSTOCI Sfo FUNItISIINGS of ail tirds, urde In their o on factorio. and cosprising some nes, orisinlt and ?rtisaic do gnr in Foriture, suit. atle fprall claret, shown in nei well-lirstet show. n the eweslt lolumr nl Forg,?is pt .ucthions. Estimates suppltd ftro for roeiplett turnitsinFg for cottse or mlanion. To proprietors of coffee pdlaces. hotelkerpee., and others. Foy and GiCesn dinre sperial attention to a lor.? .hilpurct o serinlstead, jt la nded. and now offcrd at sooorreptrlol pires. Full soe French teds, tin. posts, with extended footrail. in all oclors, t, . abh. iBe:l Wooer Wiv, Matters to suit tboveG, h.i All other sizes in stack at ,roportiol prices. Foy sod CildsoUs ISoialty" Iked is ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 June 1891

T. C. WADDELL, EMPIRE STORE, High Street, Yea; All descriptions of - GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY, &c., ,c., DRAPERY and MILLINERY: In great variety. GENTS' CLOTHING...:-Measures~.taken and perfect, its goarante?? . Q LADIES', GENT'S, and CHILDREN'S BOOTS and SHOES. MAGIC SOAP. -MAGIC SOA.P. No rubbing req~?iedr Agent for Northern Fire sni Life Assurance Company. Capital,;3,000,O00. - Music I Music.i M Iusic!I Agent for W. H. Glenand ' ~fsde e c Sellers Agent for Eatey Organs, 12"" 120 goineas. Also Several Makeri of P iano~ Tesin PAYNiE'. Send for Circulars an. Prices. A Magnificent Stosk of WALL PAPER. FANCY GOODS.;: T. C. Waddell, EMPIRE STORE', YEA. W. P. SIER, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, BEGS to announce that he has taken over the Business for sbine time carried on under the style of "Smtu BROS.," and hopes for a continuance of the patronage extended to the late firm. Customers are requested to pay all their Accounts to me as speedily as possible. All Receipts will have to be signed...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 June 1891

NEW3 AND NIOTS. Foerr-rFoU bodies were crenwed in Bog londlastyear. .: TumoTiuv FLUA.A.t, contracbr, Kilmore, has filed his schedule. TEnDEr P.r invited for the qpply of 500 telegioph poles. Speeificationi ' be seen at I the Seymour Post-office. " TieE 86 members elected upto date in New South VWales are thus class?ed :- Min. isterialists, 38; Opposi.ioniats, :!; L.bor, 23; Imlepedlents, 4. The Parkes Ministey have lost 22 seats and gained two moaking a loss of 20 altogether. Tite Secretary of the Kilmor Hospital acknowledges the receipt of £3 d. 6d., per Mr. J.. Clark, Head Teacher of tie Murrin dindi School, being the amount elleeted by the children attending that scheolin aid of the Hospital. Tor. tender of D. M'Leish his been ac cepted for supplying prisoners' rations at the Yea lock-up, atB d. and Is.; at Alexandra, J. Woodbury, at "r. and &S.; at Seymour, T. Dolton, Jd,. and Is. ; at Ta?larook, W. Fo.., id. and 9d,.; at Mansfield, W. J. Nicholas, 4d. and 10d. PA'??aAMI...

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TO CURI LA GRIPPE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 June 1891

TO OURI L.& GMPE. Tuer influenza israg?ng again this year with unprecedcted deadliness. The paralysing inflrnces of this terrible malady have tssumed the alarming dijmensions of a lague. The distemper is of a powerfuly destructive character and shatters it; victims with fearful suddenness. The severity of the visitation eclipes all previous attacks. The medicial ficulty 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 rolief. A despach from one town states that 300 people died in one day; this was about the daily average, and tl:e 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 immlediate attention.. The doctors fail, and the .many advertised cough and cold:cures are only sedatives which interfer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 June 1891

Chrch Services. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, YEA. T lHE Rev. C. H. BARNES will conduct Divine Service at the above Church on Sunday evening next; also at Strath Creek in the morning, and Spring Valley in the afternoon. Mr. E. H. urgess at Yea in the morning, and Homewood in the afternoon. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. T HE Rev. D. MILNE will conduct Divine Service (D.V.) in the above Church next Sabbath at Yea, morning at II o'clock, and in the evening at 7. In th. afternoon at Dairy Creek, at 3 o'clock. SALVATION AP.MY IEETLNGS. AT TiE BAP.ACnKS (NEXT COMMEIc!ALt HTrrEL), Every Saturday Evening, at 8 o'clock. Every Sunday Afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Every Sunday Evening, at 7.30 o'clock. Ererybody is Wllcome. Scr. ALr.FED WASOn. Wanted. W ANTED, GARDENING, or Work of any kind. References at CHnONICLE Ofice. ANTED Smart Educated Youth as APPRENTICE to the Printing Bulniness. Wages from the commencement. Special Averztt0Smen t TO ADVERTISERS IN THE YEA CHRONICLE. ADVERTISERS are requested to send in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 June 1891

u, iness Nottces. WJ. W. Johnston, $UILDER AND CONTRACTOR, STArrIs-stREtT, YA,, -JAS ON HAND, AND FOR SALE, . AT WELu .sr PrIces, SOFTIWOOD TIMBER (Well Seasoned), BUILDEll IRCN.IMONGERY, IUDGLNG' SIOUTING, PAINTS, GLASS E .I.,ELLStD ?,?+b) (R CEDt R JI.tNTEL. rIECtES, &c., &c. Eatimnates or Quantities Supplied. The Yea Butchery. J. QUINLAN B EGS to inform the Residents of Yea and Distrskt that he has just irected a New Butchery in High-street, near Shire lHall; and trusts, by srir'LING A 55OOD ARTICLE AT A ILEA?iSNA.I.: I'RICE, to merit a fair share of public patronage. The Shop is Now Opena a OGo S A an OI ZLTn. The Yea Bakery, [Established 1850.] D. M'KAY, IN returning THANKS for the liberal -SUPPORT ertenled to hism for the last 2O years, " ishes a sontisuasce of Fanmily Order fsr Treas, Pastry. Weddihg and Birthday Cakes delivered to any part of Yea and neignbourhood. Ye rst dor Sale at Melbourne Prices. Note the Address D. M'KAY, S North Street. YEA. Dunrobin B...

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Rates of Postage. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 25 June 1891

. .. atos of lostago. STo all iplaces .beyond the Australian .Colonies (British :New Guinea,! Fiji, and ,ewn Hebrides excepted), 2?d. per half. Post-cards to the United Kingdom, 2d. each, i On letters to New South Wales, South Australia, Queensland, Tasmania, New Zealand, Fiji, British New Guinea, ando New Hebrides, 2d. per half-ounco; 2d. per ounce being formerly charged. .... Registration of letters, packets, parcels, &e., addressed to all places; 3d. in addi. tion to the ordinary rate of postage. Owingto representations made byImperial Government it has been decided to restrict. for the present, the reduced rate (21l) of foreign postage to the United Kingdom only, and as re'ards all other countries to revert to the charges made previous to the 1st January, 1891, until after the Postal Congress to be held in Vienna in May next.

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[CERTIFICATE.] 22/6/91. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 July 1891

[CERTIFICATEj 22/6/91. We have this day seen a Walker's whisky bottle filled with Di. Fletcher's Pills and securely corked and sealed. No one knows how many pills are in the bottle which is nowasecure in our safe until January 1, 1892, W. H. GoDDAiD, Manager. EHNEST LYoNS Accountant. Commercial Bank, Nowtown, Sydney.

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FIFTY POUNDS FOR A GUESS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 July 1891

rNTY PONDS TO{a GOZ ESS. Ax ordinary Walker's risky bottle has been completely fill with Dr. Fletcher's Pills, securely irked with a cork one inch into the net and sealed and placed in the chargot the Comn mercial Bank, Newtowl,;.vdn ry. No lieinrl soul knows how ?s' Pills the bottle contains. We agie to divide £50 (fifty pounds) in jizes for the nearest guesses as to th number of pills contained in the botle as follows: One present of £25 for the nicest guess. ,, , ,, £10 forthe netearestguess ,, ,,£5 forthe neihearestguess £4 fortheneahearest guess £3 for the ne'nearest guess £2 for the ne?nearestguess £1 forthe net nearest gucss Conditions:--We makenocharge for the guess, but only purch.sers of Dr. Fletcher's Bilious and Liver Pills are eligible to compete and the guess must be written on one ofour printed forms, one of which is wrapped around every shilling box leaving our laboratory after this date. In case two or more persons guess the correct number, the one first to hand wil...

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DAIRYING DEMANDED BY THE TIMES. [PAPER READ BY J. GOULD, OF AURORA, OHIO, U.S.A., BEFORE THE ONTARIO CREAMERIES ASSOCIATION.] [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 July 1891

DAIRYING DEMANDED BY THE TIMES. [Pare. READ sc J. Goc,, OF AUROILA, Oiio. U.S.A., serBsa. ?tE O.ralto Cr.~ean?rC AssOCIATION.] The times demand that the dairyman finds out what each cow in his dairy is doing, not only weighing her milk daily, but putting it to the churn test, to find out its per cent .value of butter fat. The weight of milk is quite as unreliable as the indication of cream in test tubes. When put to an absolute test, it will be found that profitable honors rarely go to the big cow, or the one of large yield; and one cow with another, it will be found that the medium-sized cow with a mediumn-sized mess of standard milk, but good for 300 days, is the one that makes the dairyman his profits. The tests of the dairy exhibits indicate this. The big cow is pitted against the little one, and the little cow is behind an ounce or two of butter. The food of produc tion the same, but the food of support as 3 to 5. But the honors go to the big cow, because she will some day have...

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YEA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 July 1891

IzA POLICE CO6ttT ,. . Mr. "J.' Keogh, P.k wUill attcixl on thiL. foildwling dates:-JUne : 16, 2'! ;30.

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MELBOURNE GOSSIP. MELBOURNE, Yesterday. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 July 1891

E3QLOVE3NZ GobIP. (FROM OCK OWN CoPK?'SPoNDE.T.) IF.LOU?U0I, Yesterday. A cuOM POMrSI Ihas been arrived at in reference to the land inthe Yea Forest, the applica. tions for which came before the Local Land loarl at Yea a few weeks ago. The total extent of the allotments thlown open for selection was 2,307 acres, and 1Mr. Allan Žl'Lean, the Minister of Lands, after a care. ful review of all the circumstances, decided to grant 1,003 acres to the syndicate. I nn derstand they are quite satisfied with the decision, as the land enmbraces all the best timber - "those wonderful Cameronian trees," as M.LA.'s used to team them when Mr. lDow Was being badgered by the present occupants of the Treasury Benchles and Their supporters, for the concerions which he in tended to give the syndicate. The remainder of the land will be given to the mostdesiralle class of selectors. It has been pretty for cibly demoustrnted that £i0 to £30 an acre would be requ?ired to clear the land, and that it would be...

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YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 July 1891

'; `YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. ' Oi o nary Monthly Meeting; Firt.Saitu ,: Sd?y in each month, atll ?11 a.i.

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THE YEA RIVER SYNDICATE. APPEALS TO THE MINISTER OF LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 July 1891

TEE TEA BIVEZ STNDZCATE. APPEALS TO THE MINISTER OF LANDS. A sY.Rtts of appeals were made to t the Mllniter of Lands on Friday by members of thie Yea River L?ad syndicate ag.inst tihe reestssssessding tihe granting of certaiu areas of lar.d in that district to Alfred Biarhalm, Alfred John Lowman, and enry Aronold. Mr. A. G. M'Intyre appeared as counsel for the company, and gave a genemlt state. mnent of the case. Ie said that in Augout. ISS9, John Kerr was granted, underthe21st usction of the Land Act, a timber area in the mrish of Taraweerst North, in the Yea lvcer district, which lie proposed to occoSpy and work in conjunction with neigihboring landhollecrs. As the result, however, of negotiations swith the then Minister of Lands, Mr. Kerr was induced to relinquish the holding so thait it might ihe selected under the 32nd soction of the Act, an undmler standing being at the same time arrived at to the effect that he would have a pre fercntial claim to the land when the appli clati...

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YEA PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 July 1891

YEA FUBLIC LIBRAR1II Open daily;, from 10 a.m. to .10 i.uti. Committee meets first londlay.-in tlhd I month. ::Librarian, MŽiss Whitc.. : .i i .

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THE UNEMPLOYED. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 July 1891

AT a time when the clains of the unemployed are being brought forward so prominently, a perusal of the prices now being paid for fur red and marsupial skins nmst prove of interest. From the report of the extensive sales held by Younghusband & Co. Ltd., published weekly in these columns, it will be seen that on the whole this description of produce is selling at a higher price than at any previous period. Kangaroo skins, for instance, are realising up to 4s. Rd. per lb., or say, from 7s. to 10s. each for the larger description; while wallaby are worth from 2s. to 2s. 2d. per lb. Rabbits are in active demand, and as so much is l,eal of the destruction caused by this pest no trouble should be experienced in obtaining a plenti ful quantity, the skins of which now realise alonut I hd. per lb., or, cay, Is. 9d. per dozen. Opossum skins are worth from 5s. to lOs. per dozen for ordinary descriptions; while thick, farred, mountain opossum realise as much as t2s. per dozen. kilns of l...

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YEA BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 2 July 1891

`YEA BOARD OF ADVICE. "> ' Mth ts the lIst Saturcldiy in 'each miointlh at IlmL

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