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YEA DAIRY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 July 1891
YEA DADY COQPANT. TnE share-list closes to-day. If there are any farmers still holding back, read,. study, and inwardly digest the conclusion of Mr. J. GooLo's ad mirable essay, "Pairyiug Demanded by the Times," w ich appears in our issue to-dlay. In his very words, we would say to air dairy farmers: "Dairying for the times demands working for reputition, not for your self alone, but also, for your locality." Can. the individual dairyman do iti He cannot in America: he cannot in Denmark: he cannot in England, in Ireland, or in Scotland : he cannot in Victoria. The most successful and money-making class! of dairy farmers in Australasia are to be found in the Illwawsarra 'and Camden districts of New South Wales. Did they attain success as individualsi Certainly not. It was the magic wand of co-operation, aided by improved rmethods, which con verted them from strugglingfarmers into iindependent, and in many cases opulent, dairymen. That is the result of co operation whenever it gets a ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 July 1891
TEE QOVE 3MEN1T GAETT. Nb??s F?T APPROVED° Charles W. Lovelock, 32., Dropmore, to Charles O'Neill. TR.ISFEIS RECISTERED. . Ellen Wright, 31Sa. Ir. 16p., Mangalore, to George Wallder, Seymour. APPIICATIOOS FOR LEASLS APPROVED. John Laffan, 72a. 2r. 4p., TrawooL Ohurch Bervicsa. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, YEA. T HE Rev. C. H. BARNES will conduct Divine Service at the above Church en Sunday evening next; also at Strath Creek in the morning, and Spring Valley in the afternoon. Holy Communion at morning serice. Mr. E, H. Burgessat Yea in the morning. Mr. J. T. Daley at Homewood in the afternoon. SPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. T HE Rev. D. MILNE will conduct Divine Service (D.V.) in the above Church next Sabbath at Yea, morning at 11. o'clock, and in the evening at 7. In the afternoon at Limestone, at 3 o'clock. SALVATION ARMY MEETINGS. AT TEE BAEnAcKs (NErr COIamzCIuL HOrEL), Erezy Saturday Evening, at 8 o'clock. Every Sunday Afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Every Sunday Evening, at 7.30 o'clock. Er'cebody ...
SKINS, HIDES, BARK, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 July 1891
SKINS, HIDES, BARK, &. THE NEw ZALA.ND LOAN AND MERCAN TILE AGENCY Co., Ln-moD, report on the 17th July: K.ANARoo AND FURRED SKINss-Kan gatoo, good, 3 to 4s Od per lb.; do. brush, to s,; wallaby, large, Is 6d to Ss 2d; do. small and inferior, 6d to Is; bear, up to 3s 6d per doz ; goat, large, Is to Is 9deeach; water rat, up to 3s per doz.; opossum, in ferior, Is Gd to s 6d ; do. average, 38 6d to 5s ; do. silver grey, Gs to s ; do. mountain, 14s to 16s; extra, to 20s; do. do. seconds, to 8s; rabbit, superior, Is 3d to Is Od per doz.; do. small and inferior, 6d to 9d; native cat, 2s to4s per doz.; domestic do., 5s per doz. HI?s.-Green or, extra heavy, up to 5d per lb. ; odd hides to ld; medium, up to 21d; light, p to 2d; grcen cow,.l d; calf, dl to 5l ; kip, up to 2id; Victorian salted, up to 2d; do. do. extra heavy, to 3d. Messrs. DA.nlrrl and COMPANY, LIMITED, report on the 15th July: Ko.aoaAOO AND Ft?RED SINys.-PrimO kaogaroo, large and sound skins, up to 4s 6d ; medium,2s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 July 1891
D?rpers, &e. 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 lase tandmostencompete house urIneiren in tlbe Sothlern lesisphere. incite inspection of thei. COLOSSAL STOCKS of FUILISIILYnGS of all kindn mado In their own factories. and comprising some new, originl, and artistic designs In Furniture, suit able for all clnnes, shown in nea well.lighted show. ooms, with ton stock onf oerP £1 o. embracing all the newest ome and Foreign productions. Eriates mupphed free for complete furnis.hing for cottage or marnson. Topropietre of coffele pinaces, hotelkeepees, and others, Foy and Gibson direct special attention to a large shipment of Bedteads, jt landed, and no offered at excuptiondl prices. Full n French a ed, lin. poris, with extended footnil. in all olor, . d. each Ilet Wooen Wire MSttres to suit above, l n. ed. Al other stes in stock at proportuoda...
DAIRY CATTLE AND PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 July 1891
DAIRY CATTLE AND PIGS. MEcas. ABBorr AND WILO0 report: Diner Ciar .--(l17th July): There was considerably less than the ousual- nm-er yarded to-day, the greater proportion being cows in full profit, and of only a medium class: very few dairy cows and springers were forward. Prices throughout were very satisfactory for good cows, and other sorts found ready buyers at full rates. We quote: Good and irst-class cows, in full profit, from £8 10s to £11 14s, one extra good up to £13 10s; medium and inferior, from £7 2s 6d to £2 10s; anything beefy and fat in brisk de mand, up to £6 2s 6d ; stores also showed an improvement, up to £3 7s 6d; springers, to £7 2o 6d. PI MAs.nr.--(16th July): There was another small number penned, the majority being porkers and bacon pigs; very few stores and slips. Prices were about the same as last week, with a slight upward tendency, especially forpo porkers. We quote: Porkers, 41d to 51d, extra good, to 6d; baconers, 3jd to 4d, extra well fed, to 5d per lb...
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1891. THE SHIRE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 23 July 1891
ch WITII WlICH Is INCORPOTEDi Al TIr lca rpe; s1s0 of PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY &nbsp; &nbsp; 'THURSDAY, JULY , 1891. • THE SHIRE ELECTIONS &nbsp; CONTRARY to general expectation, Mr. &nbsp; T. J. MCLEISH, of Glenmoe, has decided &nbsp; not to come forward although &nbsp; strongly pressed to do so by a large &nbsp; number of ratepayers. It was at first stated that Mr. DONALD UNDERWOOD &nbsp; did not intend to seek re-election, and a if he had decided upon retiring, it is probable that Mr. McLEISH might have been a candidate. There is a manly straight forward ring in his refusal &nbsp; to say, "I do not think it advisable to come forward on the present occasion, as I am anxious to see the representa tion of the Shire divided as fairly and equitably as possible. At some future time I hope I shall be able to see my way clearer to come forward and take part in the work of Local Government, believing as I do, that it ...
NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION MEETING. THE LLOYD-LINDSAY MATCH. THE VICTORIAN MOUNTED RIFLES SECOND. ("AGE" CABLEGRAM.) LONDON, JULY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891
NATIONAL RIFStlE ASSOCIATION 3LEETNG. THE LLOYD-LINDSAY MATCH. THE VICTORIAN MOUNTED RIFLES SECOND. ("AGE" CABLEGRAM.) LONDON, JULY 25. Tue team of Victorian Rifles now visiting England took part yesterday at the annual meeting of the National Rifle Association at Bisley in a Lloyd Lindsay competition, in which they gained second prize. The meen have been warmly compli mented on all hands regarding the manner in which they acquitted them selves in this competition. They rode more quickly, and displayed greater cleverness in clearing the hurdles than the other competing teams, and the celerity with which they remounted after firing was unmatched. The smartness shown by the colonial competitors elicited tremendous ap plause. The prizes were distributed by Lady Salisbury, wife of the Prime Minister of England, who highly eulogised the Victorian tearm. The Lold-Lindsay competition is one to which a great deal of attention is paid by the Mounted Rifles of Victoria. It is always found on ...
The Yea Sub-Treasury. ACCOUNTS FOR PAYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891
The TCa SIb-Troeas 7. - ACCOUNhS FOR PAYMENT. Samuel Marshall W. Hicks T. Condon P. Galvin W. W. Weinberg Joseph M'Cormick cRoW.N OGA.L" FOR DELIVERY. - Ricard Jeffrey ':- - Chas. Davey A. Hitchmough LEASES FOB DELIVERY. D. Matchett D. Tyrer W. O'Brien J. M'Asey J. Colwell F. Ferguson J. Clooney E. M'Leish A. Bassett J. Williamson W. Kummer S. L Robins J. Sorraghan WI. Hicks J. Bryan - IEASES FOR EXECITIOS. J. O'Connor, jun. M. Coonan G. Drysdale M. Templeton J. Grimshaw h. Leech R. Williams M. Jeffrey S. W. Moore C. E. M'Cormick B. O'Connor C. Loan - M. A. M'Cormick LICESCES. C. Dunning Ed. Morgan E. C. Mayger John Green (2) LM Coonan Jno. Corcoran H. Martin J. Doherty A. Minto I. T. 'Cornnick IV. de M. Jeffrey R. T. Bassett Peter Green W. H. Morgan L G. Hamilton b. Sloan R. Morrisey A PATENT for an improved comb for sheep shearing machines has been applied for by Mr. Frederick York Wolseley, of the Union Club, Sydney-the inventor, we presume, of the now celebrated Iolseley sheep-s...
THE A.N.A. AND THE SHIRE COUNCILS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891
THE A.N.. AND TUE SHIRE COUNCILS. TO THC EDITOR OF TIIE. CHROYICLF. SI,-- hopse Mr. Purves, Q.C., or some other leading light of the Aus tralian Natives Association, will cast his eagle eye along the serried ranks of the old 'uns who constitute our Shire Councils. For a long time it was a case of "No Natives need apply," so far as the big Shire Council at the top of Bourke-street was concerned. It was a joint scramble between the Englishry, Irishry, anti Scotchry. "Our own Alfred" and our very own Peacock (glory to his mellifluous native-jackassian laugh) have shown the old-world fossils what we can do, and that we can direct the rudder of the Ship of State just as well as they can-and a derned sight better, as omy '31erican friend tells me. Why shouldn't we get a show in the Shire Councils as well Are we to be al ways bossed ,y old fogies and antedi luvianst I presume-pardon me if I am wrong, for I know how we poor colonials are apt to be despised by those who saw the first light o...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891
["Dropmore Man " should remember the old adage. which tells us that "God helps those who help themselves." A few resolute men can get the Shire divided into Ridings whenever they firmly resolve to have it done. For our own part, we believe that at least 90 per cent. of the ratepayers are in favor of Ridings, but it most he son oldy's special business to go round and obtain the necessary signatures. The next polling day would be n most opportune time to take it in hand.--En. CIIRONICLE.],
DIVISION OF THE YEA SHIRE INTO RIDINGS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891
DIVISION OF THE YEA SHIRE INTO RIDINGS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHROxICLL SIR,-We heard a great deal at the last August elections about the division of the Shire into Ridings. I suppose it will be just the same old fiddle next month. And then, when Councillors get comfortably seated, it will be dropped till August, 1892. How long is this farce to go on I Here we have been waiting for roads for years. We pay one-fifth of the rates, and get one fiftieth back again. You might take the matter up, Mr. Editor. I notice that you try to deal justly with all parts of the Shire, and 1 only wish you could spetid a week or two up amongst us poor devils of mountain cockatoos ,just now, and see with your own eyes what we have to endure.-I am, &c., DROPMORE MAN.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] AN APPEAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891
LETTEflO TO TEE =DZTOR [tWe do not hold ourselves responsible for 'correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] AN APPEAL TO TII EDITOR OF THE CIIRONICL. Bun,-Will you kindly allow me a small space to bring before the public a case of distress in our midst I It is that of Mrs. Cripps, who, it will he re memlbered, was terribly burnt some 12 months ago. Since her return (terribly crippled) six weeks ago from the Kil more Hospital, she has got steadily worse, and it is absolutely necessary that she should get away to the Mel bourne Hospital. Dr. Lang has kindly given his advice and medicine gratuitously, but she needs careful nursing. Her hope is to get well enough to take a light situation, but it will take some months to get sullicient strength to do this. Her children are provided for, hIst a sum of money will be necessary to meet the costs of her removal, -c. She has not any means or resources, and so I make this appeal to ...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891
NEWS AND NOTES. L.as AnCr.cr we had adltlreses from all the eandiilaten. It is very desirhlde to bring ratepayers and representatives togetlhnr in this public fashion : it tends to keep alive a healthy public opinion, and to set aside the objectionable practice of button hlmen. A requisition was got up last year to thePresi dent, asking him to set aside a night for it. Perhaps some one will take it in hand this week. THrE first shipment of butter, under the auspices of the Agricultural Department, will be sent by the steamer Carthage, which leaves on the 10th of October. At a meeting of some of the leading dairymen at Warrnanm bool this was stated to be a month too late, and efforts are to be made to send home a shipment by the Massilia on the 2(ith of September. A 'rBrme t:n. r?ISe of residents in the township will be hcld next Thursday after noon to devise steps for a water supply. Now is the time to move, so we hope to see the Shire Hall full. The business is so important that ot...
OUR RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891
OUR RAILWATdr IR. SuIELS' long-promised indictment of the policy and management of the Railway Commissioners was a most damaging one. The Railway Depart ment, since the SPEIOIITcum-FORD cum-GREEN triumvirate was inaugu rated, has been a regular horse-leech. It has drawn during the last two years from the colonial money chest over one million sterling-the difference between its expenditure and receipts. Mr. S1iELS has conclusively shown that a change is imperatively necessary, and the colony agrees with him-all the more so that it is not in the direction of the old rotten system of political patronage. The Minister of Railways has been warnmly applauded throughout the country for the way in which he has dealt with what lie very truly terms the "Railway Autocracy," for Messrs. FoRD and GREex appear to have been mere puppets in the hands of their chief. Now that Mr. SHIErs has put his resolute shoulder to the wheel, we hope there will he no faltering or turn inig Ibak. The colony is re...