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DAIRY CATTLE AND PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 9 July 1891
DAIRY CATTLE AND PIGS. MEnsS. Asorr AnD WILtoS report: DaBaY CArrLE (3rd July) :-There was a very fair supply yarded, all classes being about equally represented. Anything good or first-class was keenly competed for ; the am e might be said about springers and dry cows? medium and inferior sorts were more saleable than lately. We quote: First-class and good cows, with calves at f:oot, from £9 to £11 15s; one extra good cow brought 13 ; medium and inferior, from £7 Is to £2 Ils; springers, from £4 10sto £S 1s ; storecows, up £3 Is. Piao 3MA rr (2nd July):-There was a medium supply penned; all classes about equally represented. Stores, young pigs, and porkers were easier, but baconers showed an improvement on late prices. We quote: Porkers, from -4i to 5td per lb.; hacenets, from 3id to 5d; the latter price for extra well fed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 9 July 1891
IMPORTANT TO VISITORS TO MELBOURNE !!! Opening of New Furnishing Showrooms. Now the Largest and Best Lighted in the Colodies. FOY & GIBSON, SMITH ST., COLLINoWOOD, Thelaret and most nemtd . let house furnishers in the Southern IIrn:spherr,. invrite iep?lotno of their COLOOSALSTOCKSof FtIRNISINIGt S of all kinds, made in their ovn faitced. and compriselg somee new, orignal, al art::" dei;e in Foniturc, suil. able for all clane, Shown itn n o wcl!.liihted sbor. nroom with t to A stuck of over l.iJOd. rmbra?ingi n1 the newesI,.in e to d FoliFC o olroucaons Estnmae su yppled tfree for romplete furnihing for ott?ge or tma do u STo proprirtors ofl ore palacer, htel ie peo, a?d othens, Foy and Gif-. direct eyecil attemtion to a aeoe shiptent of edstncad, aloojt la rde, ad now ofrned at eareptionll rrdn. Full sriz French u?s, lin. poets, aith letended fotrafil, in all colors, !51. d ch. Best or en Wire oattresr to eoit aboven . Ir. Id. All other Sizes in stock at proportional prices...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 9 July 1891
MEtonRsANUSI Ite.UDISNs, equal to tihelest mcetropolitan letter-press, execute with des. patch at the Cluto.ICLE Office. S.vte MoNEo by sending to Lincoln, Stuart and Co., Limited, iS Flinders street, Melbourne, the largest tailoring establishment in the city. They ill post to you free on application samples tweeds and instructions for self-measurenent. A really good serviceable all - wo suit to measure for 42s. ; try them.-[Au .] G onral Stor.' PERRY AND PETCH (LATE M. J. KELLY), GENERAL MERCHANTS, AND STOREKEEPERS, YE A, ARE NOW SIIOlWVING TIHES WINTER .STOCK OF DRAPERY, ._" CLOTHI ?G,.. S: OOTS, At Pricos that Defy Competition. We have without doubt the BEST ASSORTED STOCK IN THE DISTRICT. Ladies well .o woll. to Inspect our Stock before Purchasing. .· .· " ~.'.: : .- _ 9 .. : .. In .theDRESS DEPARTMENT we are showing Cashmere Dress Tweeds, Ilomespuns, and CostumeCloths, in all the New Shades, including: A Line of Fancy Winceys, at 5s 6Ld. and Gs. lid. per dozen yards. Colored an...
THE AGRICULTURAL BONUSES. BUTTER FACTORIES AND CREAMERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 9 July 1891
TEE AGICOULTYUPAL 80NTSES. -4- BUTTER FACTOIIIFS AND CREAMERIES. A "butter factory" shall wean a place where milk or cream is purchased, and whcre butter is manufactured. A "creaunery"shall imean a place where milk is purchased, and cream obtained therefrom by mechanical ap pliances for the purpose of making butter. A bonus of £100 may be paid to any individual, association, or company who is the proprietor of a butter factory or creamery which, during any period of twelve months between the 30th day of June, 1890, and the 30th day of June, 1895, produces butter or cream of good quality from not less on an aveaage than 500 gallons of milk per week during that period of twelve months. For each additional 1,300 gallons of milk during such period of twelve months from which butter or creacm is produced in such factory, an additional sum of £5 may be paid; but no pay ment made in respect of any one butter factory belongingto the same individual, associatiori, or eampaan shall exceed til...
WHOLESALE SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 9 July 1891
W OLE SALE SUICIDE. Tus present generation of mankind seems determinerl to proceed along the path that leads to death-the one that will kill it quickest. The struggle for existence, business worry, gambling, horse-ra?ing, and all nervous excite liaent, ---tepd to -redtucin tiae rný;l strength aild insure early death. Now-a-days it is the pace that kills; the body is worn out before its natural spell of life is spent. There is no reason why all men and women phsically perfect-should not live to ht centenarians, provided care was taken that the system was not over taxed in any particular direction. The symptoms of failing vitality are almhnost too well kilown to need enumeration here; first the appetite fails, with pain after eating, nervousness ensues, and sleepless or restless nights with head aches and tired aching limbs on arising in the morning; a confirmed languor or lassitude takes possession of the sufferer, who loses all interest in pleasure and even in life itself. Un fortun...
YEA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 7. (Before Messrs. E. S. Purcell (chairman), J. Bett, and J. C. Sanders, J. P.'s.) CIVIL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 9 July 1891
ia. PotzaoZ coar.T TuI-?st, JULY 7. (Before Messr. E. S. Purcell (chairman), J. Bett, and J. C. Sauders, J.P.'s.) CIVIL CASES. John Peterson v. Thomas Scott-Claim, £15 Is. Gd., for work and labor done, and use of horse. Defendant admitted that plaintiff had worked at the mine from the Gth April to the 8th June; bult 30s. charged for the use of the horse plaintiff told him he would knock off, in consideration of all the trouble witness had had in coming up to attend the Court. He also stated tlht he haul paid the expenses of IMr. M'Dermott in coming to the W\arden's Court, and that plaintiti was to pay his share. As a set-off had not been put in, Mr. Jackson, who ap peared for plaintiff, refused to admit any counter claim, andl on the application of plaintiff tie case was adjourned for a fort night, with £1 Ils. Od. costs. Arnold lineld . William Hicks.-Claim, £2 15s. 2d. No appearance of defendant. Order for amount and 2s. Gd. costs. William iB. Collins v. Kate Blackman and Charlott...
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1891. DAIRY FACTORY & CREAMERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 9 July 1891
WITH WHIC5 H IS ISNCORPORATED PUBLISIIED EVERY THURSDAY. TIHURSDAY, JULY 9, 1891. DAIRY FACTORPT 3 CREAMER'?~S. To-DAY the first issue of 3,000 shares in the proposed Dairy Factory Company closes. A canvass was made of the town yesterday by Messrs. PURCELL, SANDEcs, and KELLY, and 500 shares -or one-sixth of the 3,000-were sub scribed for. That is quite as many as it is judicious for the townspeople to hold. If the farmers want a better price for their milk and butter, and the graziers for ther young stock, they ought, without any hesitation, subscribe for tile balance. If they do not, they will be tile losers, far more than the townspeople, who can only hope for indirect gain through tile increased circulation of money, and consequent increased volumelo of business; while the farmers must be direct participa tors. Arepresentative of the CRnoNICLE had an interview with Mr. DAVID WILSos, the Government Dairy Ex pert, a few days ago, and was informed that the present year would probab...
SKINS, HIDES, BARK, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 9 July 1891
SKINS, HIDES, BARK, &c. THE NEW ZEA.AND Loak AsD MEa.ncA Tl.E ArGE.c Co., lisrrED, report on the 3rd July: Sno-rsrIs.--Butchers', from 38 3d to 6s Od each; lambskins, 2s Od to 3s Gd; dry skins, 2s 6d to 5s Od; do. good, merino, 4ld to SBdper lb.; do. inferior, 3d to 4j1; do. do. crossbred, 5d to S?t; do. lambskins, up to 3n Od each. HODES.-Green Ox. extra heavy, up to 5d per lb.; odd hides to 6?; m?edium, up to 21d; light, up to 2d4; green cow, 1;d; calf, 5d to 5} ; kip, up to 21d; Victorian salted, up to 2d ; do. do. extra heavy, to 3d. K.L?r.suoo .ND FarroED Srxs.-Kan garoo, good, Ss to 4s 4d per lb.; do. brush, to 2I; wallaby, lrge. Is 6, to 2s 2d: do. small and inferior, Gd to Is; bear, up to 3s 6d per doz.; goat, large, Is to Is 9d each; water rat, up to Is per doz. ; oprossum, iu t erior, ln 6t to 2aO 1 ; do. averagen, 3 6t to 5s; do. silver grey, G. to Ss ; do. mountain, 14s to 16; extra, to Os ; do. do. seconds, to Ss; rabbit, superior, Is 3d to Is 9d per don.; do. s...
YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, JULY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 9 July 1891
TEA SIR?E OOVQNOIL. SATURDAY, JULY 4. Tue usual monthly meeting of the Council was held on Saturday. Present: Crs. Carver (in the chair), M1'Cormick, Underwood, Webster, Scale, Ferguson, and Quinlan. THE 1'1.?IDEtDT. The President (Cr. Sanders) sent a letter, requesting the Secretary to inform the Council that he would not be present at the meeting. CUonRs?ONDEsCE. From Owen Cavanagh, stating, in reply to a notice to remove his fence of reserve and road at the rear of the Temperance Hall, that it was iot placed on either the rrserve or road.h e hald only a portion of the land referred to under a registered miner's right. He would not renmove it, and if the Council did so it woull he at its own risk, and he wouhl hold it responsible for all damage to his property, and prosecute for trespiass. Referriu to the Crown Lands liailil? SFro Thnos. F. Roberts (agent for rs. Cairns), calling attention to the lhdl state of the aiain in . nodlgrass-street, in front of Mrs. Cairns' anil uther pr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 July 1891
Shiro MvertL?monts. PUBLIC NOTICE. REVISION OF VOTERS' ROIL. I Hereby Give Notice, that the Notifications published in the "Sey mour Express" and "The Age" (Mel bourne), on FRDAY, the TENTH day of JULY, 1891, are CANCELLED, and that the following Notice is substituted in. lieu thereof. J. CURTHEW SANDERS, PRESIDENT. Shire Hall, Yea, July II, 1891. TOTE1RS LIST.. SHIRE OF YEA. T ~OTICE is Hrreby Given,--That the :-*"': REVISION COOURTT, for the REVI. VISION of the VOTERS' LIST for the shire of Yea, 'ill be hell at the Sante: - tL, IIh-vtrect, Yea, o: MONDAY, * Jo . r.tu DAY- r .TULY. 1.S1, at the hovr - J. CURWW sAND?,?. July II, 8.0L Shire Advorisomonts. SHIRE OF YEA. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS. ALL Accounts due by the Shire Council of Yea MiUST E rENDERP.ED to the Secretary or Engineer by 12 Noon on the TscrsDAY morning preceding the day of ordinary meeting. By Order, j" ~ .......... . B -BT?=s llzvAi R.. Shire Secretary. Shire Hall, Yea, May 27, 1891. SHIRE OF YEA. NOTICE. C...
[CERTIFICATE.] 22/6/91. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 July 1891
[CERTIFIChATE? . ;22//91. VWe. have this day 'seen a Walker's whisky bottle filled with Dr. Fletcher's Pills and sechrely corked and scaled. No one knows how nmany pills are in the bottle..which is now.sesure in our safe until January 1 189.: W. HI. GonoAn, Manager. ERs?ssr .Lro's, :Accountant. Commnercial Bank, 'Nowtown, Sydney. We cannot enter into corr.spondence about this competition, unless ,stamps for reply and addressed envelopes are sent each time. Results and namnes of successful guessers will be sent to every body who sends two penny stamps and addressed. envelope, isil not.otherwise. F. M. CLE1MENTS, Newtown, Sydney. A MsLicuEsri? syndlicate is forming a company for the purpose of erecting dairy factories.. iii New Zealand. Tne late Mr. Philip IHorsuan, the donor of the Art. Gallery :to.Wolver hampton, has left to the town the whole of his psintinga and art treasures, the. value of ..which is estimated at £f25,000, conditionally on their being plated iu one roomt:in the g...
FIFTY POUNDS FOR A CUESS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 July 1891
FkFTT POUVDS s^iO A GUESS. As onlinary Walker's whisky bottlo has been nosmphtely.y"l.-s-ittlith -Dr. Fletcher's Pills, seculely corktd with a cork one inch inito the neck and sealed and placed in the charge of the Coem mercial Banl? Ne?)town Sydney: No living soud" knowrs how many Pills the bottle contains. We agree, to divide £50 (tifty pounds) in ; prizes. for the nearest guesses as to the nuluher of pills contained in the bottle as follows: One present of £25 for the nearest guess. 0,, £10fo th?e next une trtguess S ,, £5 forthe neitieairetguess £4 forthe next nearept guess ,", f3 or the next ncarest'guess ,, £2 for the next tiearitstgaeis ,, ,, £1 forthe nextnearetgess Conditions:-iWe nin;klleiochlarge for the guess; but only purehasers of. Dr. Fletcher's Bilious- and Liver.Pills are eligible to compete and.the. gtucss must be written on ona of our printed foisms, one of which is urappei around every shilling boa leasing our la"tlotory after this date. In case two or iliire per...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 July 1891
E. S. PURCELL AND =CO. Have much Pleasure in Intimating to.their Numerous Customer-iand Friends that they are NOW SHOWING their . WINTER STOCK EVERY DEPARTMENT IS COiPLETELYFIL:LED " WIT .TtiR' - - "•' LATEST NOVELTIES, Which, for Variety and, Value, Caniot- be Excelled. IN Dresses,. Muaitles Fuss, Milliheiy Riibbons, HOSIERY, SLOVES MEN'S-& BOYS' CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOESt WE BOUGIIT EARLY, :an ARne SHOWING _MARVELLOUS VALUE. The Stock is "oo large and numernu:tod paclarise in a neivspaper column, and to givo Cuotations w&oalways bold is iiillcaing. W: can;.hovevei, assure odr Friends that our poiition thi's S:dii' to Supply all their Requirements is Better than Ever, aid Solicit the favor of an Early Call. All Ordors Entruated to is will. have thn veal Trompt .ttontion. ':OUR CASH STORE. This Establishment is now become such an institution in the District, to avoid disappointment or unpleasantness, Customers asei Friends are again reaminded that it is Worked on Str...
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 July 1891
Departure ad Arrival of dads. MAILs;" close and arrive at the Yea Post Office at the underumentloned houira:= in 2YE -- . MlIelbourne'... : .. . . 2 1 . 0 . 6:. Yarck . . -6 Alexads11 .6. e?rna... ... ........ 120 Dlurrdin .... ... 1230 oFlowerdal. a : ' ". 1.. 1 Devlin'; 12110 "6 Murphy's : .. . . I 30 M Ielbbu.ne:.. "'.: 1" •. ;? 9 36 Do look...11-30
Rates of Pestage. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 July 1891
Rots of o a$s3c0.. : To all pla'es hbeyond l the Australian Colonies (British New. Guinea,. Fiji, and New Hebridcys excepted), 2L. per half 1ot cards' to the United ,Kinigdom, 2d. each. On letteretto NeivrSouth W ales; South Australia, Quaensland :Tasmanla,.i Nex" Zealand; Fiji, British Neir Guined,' and New Hebrides, 2,. per half-ounce; 21. per ounce being formerly charged. : Registration of letters, packets, parcels, Ac., addressed to all places, dJ. in addi tion to the ordinary rate of' postae. Owingtorepresentatimis mhadebyImpcril Government it has been decided to restrict. for the prcsent, 'the reduced rate (2d) 1f 1 foreign postage to the United Kingdom only, and as remards all other cointries to revert to- the chargeo made pre'ious to thne st January, 1891; until after the Postal CoIegress to be heldin V ienna in 'lay next.
YEA WARDEN'S COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 14. (Before Mr. Warden Keogh.) DOOGALOOK ANTIMONY MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 July 1891
TEA WdBDEN'S COURT. TUESDAY;-JULY 14. (Before Mr. W1arden Keogh.) DOOGALOOK ANTIMONY MINES. Thomas O'Shea, Joseph Box Dean, and Reuben Bannard v. John Stevens, William Stellner, John Petersen, and Thomas Scott. This was an action for trespass. Mr. C. Marriott Watson for complainants. The Warden said he understood the case had been settled. Mr. Watson said it was necessary to take the evidence, in order to lay the foundation for a settlement. After taking the evidence of Thomas O'Shea, tle case was adjourned for a fortnight. GOLD-MINIlG AT CATISKIc. S.:. Dessour applied; unddr the Mining on Private Properiy Act, for a lease of about 30 acres on and below the surface, on the Cathkin Estate. : Mr. R. V. Riddler, who leases the Estate from Messrs.- Chamberlain and Elliott, opposed the application, stating that the applicants would have to go for a mile and a half through .his land to where the mine was situated, and claimed £100 for depreciationi in sheep and stock, owing to their .goin...