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Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 July 1891
sIBailry Tir2ý Tabic.' . ALuA.DRuA :ROAD TO tOGSE. 1st. 2And.. ' MI'cI Mzild Alexnanra : sD. E. D: .010aI.ADr.!t.. Road ..5 dp 7 5 10 CnthkiuI 0 51 5 72016 2 Moiesworthi 1 2 0 9 `- 7. 3 5 5 Bottom ..:I 1 1 1 '3 L1 7'45l 5550 Chev-iot':.. L. 2 '17 1 - 750 6 ' ar" 8.100 615 Homewood. 3, '" 8i45 6 45 Rrcrisdale::. 4"030 3 9 3L. 71 Tebwoo1.. i5:1 .3.11 1."9 .7 715 arr. 9 730 Tallarook .:7 4'11 :' Exp.1 Exp. :..de1p.10 2 8s MJelhourne 16 18 01 art II 56 9.4:1 M.ELtoouB.Eo TO ALESLASDB ROAD. 1' :I.5 I~I: 1'DL Melbourne lot 2nd.. ,(p.: *7" .5 2". .S.D. SD (rr. "9'5 7 35 Tallo .. _3.k3 Trawool .10 7 0 = 10 55 849 iirsa~:1' :1 76 e 100152-1 Hoiseaod::.1 3 8 3 1.'1 3.:'01U Yea ..13'3910 Cheviot .l 3 hl01, 9 43 13. 5.5 2 05~S 13alhami ' :. 14' 3 9 ...1ýD1 Llolesworth 15' 330" 3 124540 1i Cathkin ... 15 610 '1' 11010 40 Roxaodes...10 .311 '0 are.' 1'25110`:3 Chianzge trains at aiiumc-k.
YEA DAIRY FACTORY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 July 1891
.A bxgErtIo of the Provisional Directors of :the..Ye. Dairy Factory. Company was held at the Shire Hall on Thurs dayafgerioon. , Present: Messrs. J. C. Sander, (in the chair), E. . Purcell (Hon. Sec.), T, S. Scale, J. Quinlan, J. M'Cormick,.J. Bett, C. Anderson, M. J. Kelly, J. Bowrie, E. MCristal. Messrs. VW. Smith' (Molesworth), James Drysdale, F. W. Petch, and H. Rivers (J. H. Teague and Co.), were also present. . * Mr. Purcell read a letter from Mr. SM'anus, Manager of the Traralgon Creamery and Butter Factory, offering to lay out a plan of a suitable factory, to purchase the machinery, and to fix it in the most .advantageous position, provided theuonmpany placed the order for the machinery in his hands. The writer went on to say that factories were often fitted up in a very expen sive msanner, aid without nuch thought as to conveniences for working itatter wards, and a practical man like him self could save them a great deal of expens and trouble, while ordering the 'nacltipery...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 July 1891
unett=a. ABBOTT AND WILSON, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. AND GENERAL AUCTIONEERS, 415 B?OURKE-SKrEET, MELIOURNE. Country Properties always on hand for Sale and To Let. Clearing Out Sales Conducted. ms' Weekly Sale Days. FI AT NEWMARKET: EVERY TUESDAY-SnIEP. Evrsar WEDNESDAY-FAT& STORg CATTLE AT CORPORATION YARDS (Elizabeth-street North): Ever.r TrunsoAr, 10A.M.-PIus& CALVES Ev£Er FRIDAy, 10.30 A...-DAISY AID OnmER CATTLE Monthly Sales, 1891. Y.A MAR5iEr 6 3 1 5 3 WoorSTOCK 10 7 5 2 14 30 . BROsDroRD 21 18 15 20 .17 15 ABBOTT ArD WILSON, Auctioneers, Melbourne. WOO L. New Zealand Loan and Mer cantile Agency Company, (Limited). ESTABLISHED 1865. CArna AITmoaRseD .. ... £,500,000 CAPIrrrTAL. SmBSCRBenD...... 4,000,000 CArPTL PD-UP... ...... 862,767 REaSERv ?.D ... ... 310,000 LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES ENSUING CLIP OF WOOL, GRAIN, &c., or Sal in belbourns or or Ship ment to Lantoa. FAjmaus' Ims RECEIVE EVEnR CAUm An ATTENTION. AUCTION SALES or WOOL held every THUrSDAY a...
THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. APPLICATIONS FOR LEASES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 July 1891
TE GOVE&RNMENT GAZETZ. APPLICATIONS POR LEASES APPROVED. R. A. Forbes, 319a., Dropmore. A. I'. Webster, 319a., Dropmore. J. Drysdsle, 319a., Windham. C. Loan, 10S., Yea. TRANSFERS APPROVED. F. J. Minchinton, 30ia., Dropmore, to James Dunn. . LICEICES AND LEASES REVOKED OR DECLARED VOID. - D. Ferguson, 840a.; Kerrisdale. S. Smith, jun., 190a., Billion. OAZISGN AREAS AVAILABLE. . Allotment A, Kobyooyn, 140a., forfeited by E. Crawford. Allotment 90 (south portion of), Flower dale, 494a., formerly recommended to Margaret l. Stone. TuEz conclusion of M.r. Gould's ably. written essay, "Dairying Demanded by the Times," shall appear in our next issue. TOE monthly Temperance meeting comes off on Tuesday next, the 21st inst., at the Temperance Hall. A full moon and a good programme ought to attract a full house. Toe last two of the series of sermons on " Pelative duties" will be delivered on the next two Sunday evenings at St. Luke's Church. The subjects, "Servants" and "Masters," oug...
THE YEA DAIRY FACTORY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 July 1891
THE YEA DAIRY FACTORY COMPANY. Tae Provisional Directors met on Thursday last, and, all things con sidered, a fairly satisfactory report was presented. Upwards of 1,200 shares were subscribed for, and those present appeared quite confident that in a fort night 800 to 1,000 shares couhl be got off without much effort. Another grati fying feature is, that there is a strong probability that there will be little difficulty experienced in getting sup plies of milk to start creameries at Molesworth and Whittlesea-road to be gin with. The question of a central butter factory at Yea will crop up later on- Meantime, the Provisional Direc tomr have mdda up their minds that the wisest thing to do is to start the creameries wherever the requisite sup ply of milk is forthcoming, leaving the question of butter-making to be decided afterwards. As there is not much time to lose, we would suggest that a series of questions be prepared and sent round to the managers of the dif ferent factories in the...
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1891. WATER SUPPLY FOR THE TOWNSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 July 1891
WITH WHICH 15 IsI PO?RATED 5 PUBLISHED EVEIY 1THURSDAY. . fe TI!URSDA", IULY 16, IS91. , t&lt; WATER SUPPLY] FOR THE o TOWNSHIP. a In another colum. will be found Mr. II STUART MURRAY'S report and criticisms 6 on the various schemnes submitted for a water supply for the township. The Shire Council has done all that it was. requested to do, except the awarding c of the £60 bonus for the design ap proved of. This it has wisely and t judiciously remitted to the Committee appointed by the ratepayers before 0 arriving at a final decision. So far, the Committee has had very littli to do. Now its time has come to take'up the I running, and it is to be hoped that. it will rise to the occasion. There is a good deal at rotine pork to be done before tenders can' b' called for the work, and a long spell of dry weather t should not be necessary to spur its i members on. In addition to a careful inspection and consideration of the various schemes submitted, the Col mittee will have to go ...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 July 1891
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. FAT Sanee.--The market was again moderately supplied, 23,000 having been yarded. A fair proportion consistedof good to prime qualities The tone of the market was not so active, caused in a measure by the fellmongers not operating, owing to their premises being under water. For best descriptions prices ruled about equal to former rates, while other sorts met a dragging sale at slightly lower quotations. Prime trossbred wethers, from 16s to 19s, a few extra from 20s to 21s; prime croas bredl ewes, from 13s to 15s ?l ; prime merino wethers, from 13sahl to 15s6d ; good merino wethers, from Ils 6d.to 13s; middling do., from 8e 6d to 10s Gd; prime merino ewes, from 8a 6 to l s; a few extra, to 12s; others, from 6s 6d. FAT Lars.--Only 1,000 were penned. Bestdescriptions weresparingly represented, ayd sales were brisk at last week's high figures. Prime sold at from 10s to 12s, afew to 14s; good, from s to 9s 6d; others, from os.
SEYMOUR STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 July 1891
SEYMOUR STOCK SALE. Ths MumRaT Rn-s. STOCK, STATIO., AsD CosnMISIOS AcE.SCr Co., LTv., report: On the 7th inst we yarded a good supply of cattle and sheep. Fat cattle sold welL ML Ryan's bullocks from Avenel, £7 5s; Chisholm Rros., Kobyboyn, bullocks, £6 10s, cows, £6 5Q; D. Porter, Tallarook, bullocks, £6 1Ss. heifers, £4; J. Hutchinson, North wood, bullocks, £6 is; Mrs. Asher, Sugar Loaf Creek, cows, £6 5s, heifers, £4 lOs. Store cattle: Sales on the whole show an improvement on last month, and prices inay be quoted higher. Wesold store steera at £4; young cattle, from £1 9s to £2 7s per head; springers, to £6 5s. There was a heavy yarding of sheep. We sold on account of Messrs. D. and D. M'Leish, Murrindindi; Mr. W. Callan, Homewood; Mr. A. Callan, Seymour; Mr. F. Wallder, Seymour ; Mr. L Farrelly, Whitehead's Creek; Mr. M. Hickey, Talla rook; Mr. B. Brooks, Northwood. Store wethers, np to So 2d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 July 1891
DrTpoCn, &C. IIPORTA1NT TO VISITORS TO MELBOURNE ! ! ! Opening of New Furnishing Showrooms. Now the Largest and Best Lighted in the Colonies. FOY & GIBSON, SSMITH ST., COLLINGWOOD, The la~est and most omplete house furnmishen in the Souther etlemiphere., invile Inspeotion of their COLOSSALSTOC KSof FUL'tkdSIIINiS of il kinds, made in their own fteris, and comprieing sime new. oerinatl tani artirstc designs in Furniture. suit. olde lorall cLsos. shown in new well-lishtld ahow. mows with a to al stoxl of over £1u,lW?, embracing ll the newerst lome uin Foreoigon revdtlion. Ftinsotes spdigd fole for complete furulshings for cotldt o o- uO? n npo Topropriotoesof coboee palses., hcteatelcpest , and others. Foy and G-?otn direct tspeial attet.ion to loes htinent of I~odeolso, jiost hnded, and now offered at esspltio hl sicrs. Full sloe Fren?h soid tdeli posts, with extended foo?erl, in alol ho5lo7. (C. each. Best Women Wirse Iattc sui to ho? e a lb. F Ld. All other site is ...
WHOLESALE SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 July 1891
WZOLESALE gVIOIDE. TILE present generation of mankind sees determined to proceed along the path that leads to death-the one that will kill it quickest. The struggle for existence, business worry, gambling," horse-racing, and all nervous excite ments, tend to reduce the vital strength and 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 be centenarians, provided care was taken that the system was not over taxed in any particular direction. The symptoms of failing vitality are almost too well known 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 fortunately such c...
YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, JULY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 July 1891
YEA j Iz?E O0?NOZL. SAuRn.aY, JULY 11. As adjourned meeting of the Council was held at 2.30 p.m. on Saturday last. Present: Jrs. Sanders (President), M'Cormick Ferguson, Scale, Quinlan. The Rev. D. Milne, Rev. C. H. Barnes, an3 Mr. A. W. Haslam (Hon. Secretary of the Water SupplyCommit tee) were also present. WATER SOPPLT FOR TIIE TOWNS?IIP." The followinp report was read from Mr. Stuart Murray, Chief Engineer of Water Supply : " IWater Supply for the Towcnship of Iea.-Competitive designs for 8chemes of works.-Memorandum- by the Chief Engineer of IWater Supply. "1. The Yea Shire Council' have called for competitive designs for schemes for the supply of water to the Township of Yea, and have offered a premiurm for the one that may lie deemed most suitable. A •number of designs have been sent in, and at the request of the Shire Couincil, I liave undertaken, to assist theni with lmy opinion as to' tliir relative tirerits. The designs forwarded'to me are eleven in number, w-heritof fodr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 July 1891
?8adneu Notices. T. C. WADDELL, EMPIRE STORE, High Street, Yea. All descriptions of GROCERIES, IRONM0ONGERY, Ae., &c., In great variety. GENTS' CLOTHING. Measures taken and perfect fits guaranteed. LADIES', GE.NTS. and CHILDREN'S BOOTS and SHOES. MAGIC SOAP. MAGIC SOAP. No eurabbing required. Agent for Northern Fire and Life assuran Company. Capital, £3,000,000. Music! Music! Music! Agent for W. H. Glea and Co., Mnsic Sellers Agent for Eatey Organs, "_ to 120 guineas. Also Several Makers of Pianos. TIMe PATMExY. Send for Circulars and Priccs. A Magnilicent Stock of WALL PAPER. FANCY GOODS. T. C. Waddell, EMPIRE STORE, YEA. W. P. SIER, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, P EGS to announce that he has taken crr thbe lusiness fcr some time carriu.l on under the style of "Site lims.." and hopes for a coetinanore of the patmnase extended to the late filn. CeOtomers are requested to pay all their Accounts to me as speedily as possible. All Reieipts will have to be signed by me. W. P. SIER, GENER...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 July 1891
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. &nbsp; Messrs. W. McILWRICK and Co. report: - CHEESE.- Owing to the recent severe weather the markets are somewhat unsettled; good prime cheese, in fair request at about late rates. BUTTER.- Potted: Short supply of all classes, for which there is a ready sale, especially for prime, fit for counter trade. Fresh: Best dairies, 1s 3 1/2 d to 1s 5d; good, ordinary, 1s 2d to 1s 3d ; inferior, lower EGGS.--ls 6 1/2d per dozen. CARCASE PORK.-On Friday: Prime light, 4d to 4 1/2d per lb.; heavy and inferior, 2 1/2d to 3 1/2d. POULTRY. --Fair demand for prime.
SKINS, HIDES, BARK, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 July 1891
SKIES, HIDES, BARK, &c. TuE NEW ZL.Ausn LoA AxoD MI??R nrz AG.NCY Co., LIvrrED, report on the 10th July- KAscAnoo AND FURRED SKIys.-Kan garoo, good, Ia to 4s 0d per lb.; do. brush, to 2 ; wallaby, large. Is 6d to 1s 2d; do. small and inferior, 6d to Is; bear, up to 3s 6d per doz.; bgoat, large, is to Is 9deach; water rat, up to Ss per doe. ; opossum, in. ferior, ts Gd to Ss Gd ; do. average, 3s 6d to s ; do. silver grey, Gs to Ss ; do. mountain, 14s to 16s s; extra, to .'Os ; do. do. seconds, to Ss; rabbit, superior, Is 3d to Is 9d per doe ; do. small and inferior, Gd to 9d; native eat, sI to4s per doe.; domestic do., So per doz. ope de e:I-'M eit 6d medemn;- up'ti 2~d; ight, up to 2d; green cow, tld; calf, 5d to 5d; kip, up to 2;d; Victorian salted, up to 2 do. do. extra heavy, to 3L T.x.ow.--Prime beef, £19 to £20 perton; do. mutton, £20 to £21 10s: mixed, £18 to £20 15; inferior, £15 to £17. Messrs. D.urnrrY and CoIPA.?Y, LIMITED, report on the 8th July: Kan.oRoo ANn FUtR...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 16 July 1891
1 EWS ND NOTES. 'IoRTno?s of the- Dividing Range are covered wiith snow. Mo. 1uLLnvT, Government Astronomer, thinks the storm which created the floods in Victoria will expend itself on the west coast of Tasmania. Mra W E.tLeR, Ministerof Plilic Works, though not at first favorable to converting the Kilmore eaol into a Dairy Factory, has now given his consent, to the proposa!. Dn. STOCe's many. friends in this klistrict will be pleaserd to hear that he is now in robust health, and that he hias a large pro fessional practice at Noith J3righton. STIE Resilaion Cout. for the revision of the Ratepayers' Roll, will be held at the Shire Hall at 11 a.m. on Monday next-not to day, as was oraginally intended owing to an oversight in not publishing' thie feqnisite notice in the last issue of the CHRONICLE. AT the Yea Police Court, on Tuesday, be fore Mr. J. Keogh, P.M., and Messrs. J. C. Sanders and J. M'Connick, J.l'.'s,, verdicts for the plaintiffs, with. costs, Here given in the following c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 July 1891
E. S. PURCELL AND CO. Have.much Pleasure in Intiiating to their Numerous Customers:and• Friends that they are NOW SHOWING their WINTER STOCK EVERY DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETELY FILLED WITH THE : LATEST NOVELTIES, Which, for Variety and Value, Cannot be Excelled. IN Dresses, Mantles, Furs, Millinery, Ribbons, HOSIERY, GLOVES, MEN'S & BOYS' CLOTHING; N - AND BOOTS AND SHOES, WE BOUGHT EARLY, AND-ARE SHOWING MARVELLOUS. VALUE. The Stock is too large and numerous to particularise in a newspaýer otumn; and to give quotations we alwnay hold is misleading. We can, howeve,, assure ourFriends that our position this Season-to Supply all their Requirements ::is Better than Ever, and Solicit the favor of an Early Call. tl Orders Entrsntod to Us Will have the Usual Prompt Attontion. SOUR CASH STORE. i This Establishment is now become such an institution in the District, to avoid disappointment or unpleasantness, Customers and Friends are again reminded that it is Worked on Strictly Cash Prin ...
DAIRYING DEMANDED BY THE TIMES. [PAPER READ BY J. GOULD, OF AURORA, OHIO, U.S.A. BEFORE THE ONTARIO CREAMERIES ASSOCIATION.] IV. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 July 1891
PAIRYINO Daa~nsrrtorz - BY THE -TIMES. (P.sra READ EY J. .OULn,\OF AURO s, Onio, U.S.A., seorE? THE 9NTARIo CREAMERIEs AssOCIATIT .] IV. TIIE times demand that the dairyman should make what the market callifor, and as the consumer wishes. Do'ot dairy by your idea of a standard, fit find what high grade produce is, and how made, then make that kindl There is no special demand for soap grease or skin cheese, nor does the market call for buttermilk butter, made from actively sour cream and salted with barrel salt. It does ask for the mildly acid cream butter, washed and moderately salted, placed in the market fresh, and the fresher the butter. Long-keeping butter is not in demand now, but it is the kind that is traded out at the store. It never sells for money and comes in competition with oleo when it reaches the market. A lady told me once she would color her butter green if her consignors so ordered, if it brought five cents per pound nmore. That five cents would be for the consumer...