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Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891

MILe close and arrirve t tae Yea Posts Offciat the wudenrrnstiontedrnx-bu b - . Tollarnok . a:'.. G .1 Doog look ... _ _ MloleswoBtf /11 ,ehb tirZt:5t U'i' I Ynrck ·A~x~idd:. '' '' .{ 1 ' M 'IIish's 12 0(l ,i UnderdootJa' 2' ' 101, Do tin's . `. " '12'.1Ii" _ RnCr'~t, ATYV2 I 01 'Tellarook ' r4 j ` .·.: i -: .if n'.?rtti 'Doogaliooaok' 'i `1130 = Gainer ~ - ' "Gnhnr: 6' Alexandro. F" 80 .6O Mardoudindli":a ` ' ° I 3 'd'Leieh'e 10 Flenerdale . :11'Leish's . .: = 1'30. Utidero iuodb : ' ` 3 ' io ti1 30~n·' r Decvlin's;.:''' '; ' · 3 Drhy ' s ' (I

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891

To Corrospoa nts. LETTERS TO E EDITOER cannot be in serted unless sent in by Monday morning. Onvr O0w\ CORRF.FPONDE.TS will oblige by sending in their communications as early as possible.

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Useful Information. YEA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891

\· ThA POIACH' COURT: Yr JI Kreoitbe- ~ I:nwinditjeal-ho drt at Jully T4 21, 28.;, S'Augest 4 1B:4 25i r- .:a, TI' " 'Eepteneh52 'ii ''October-1 , 10^2 24 '

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YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891

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Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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COUNTY COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891

'COUi.\f COUPTS e-Tnes*y, .Sept. 15 , Marn~fieJ(1-Tbursuay Sept. 10. .r ibioeq-l.Wetdneenay, Aug. .1".,F: ,.Seymogtz l'ednneslay, Aung,.12.. ;;nil;,

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FIFTY POUNDS FOR A GUESS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891

Ax ordinary Walker's whisky bottle has been completely filled with Dr. Fletcher's Pills, securely corked with a cork one inch into the neck and sealed and placed in the charge of the Com mercial Bank, Newtown, Sydney. No liring soul knows how many Pills lthe bottle contains. We agree to divide £50 (fifty pounds) in prizes for the nearest guesses as to' the number of pills contained in the bottle as follows: One present of £25 for the nearest guess. ,, £10 for the next nearestguess ,, £5 forthenextnearestguess S ,, £4 forthenextnearemt'tgess S ,,£3 for the next narest guess ,, £2 for the ext nenarest guess ,, ,, ,, £1 forthenetnearestguess Conditions.--We make noclharge for the guess, but onldy purchasers of Dr. Fletcher's Bilious and Liver Pills are eligible to compete and the guess must be written on one of our. 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...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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SKINS, HIDES, BARK, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891

SKINS, HIDES, BARK, &c. THE NEW Z?A.?ND LOAN AND MESCA? rn.E ArE?ac Co., LmrrEo, report on the 24th July: - A?s,,SAOO AND FcRRED SIssK.-Katn. garco, good, 3s to 4s 0N per lb.; do. brush, to s; wallaby, large. Is 6d to s 2d; do. small and inferior, Gd to Is; bear, up to 3s Gd per do. ; gnat, large, Is to Is Odeach; water rat, up to .Is per doz.; opossum, in ferior, Is Gd to 2s 6d; do. average, as 6d to 5s ; do. silver grey, Gs to Ss ; do. mountain, 14s to 1s ; extra, to 20s ; do. do. seconds, to Ss; rabbit, superior, Is 3d to Is 9d per doz.; do. emall and inferior, Gd to 9d; native cat, Is to4s per doz.; domestic do., Is per doz. Htuts.-Green ox, extra heavy, up to 5d per lb.; odd hides to d ; medium, up to 2ýd; light, up to d ; green cow, lId; calf, Sd to 5}3d; kip, up to 2Gd ; Victorian salted, up to 2}d; do. do. extra heavy, to 3d. Messrs. DAL.ETY and COMPANY, LImrrz, report on the 15th July: KANGAuOO AND FoRRED Serss.-Prime kangaroo, large and sound skins, up to 4s 3d ; m...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Government Gazette. APPLICATIONS FOR LICENCES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891

The Government Gaztto. APPLICATIONS FOR LICENCES APPROVED. L. (. Hamilton, 128a., Windham. D. Slevin, 320a., Windham. APPLICATIOrS FO LFASES APPROVED. G. IL Evans, I13a., Flowerdale. C. Patten, 319a., Ghin Chin. Eva Ware, 319a., Dropmore C. Ware, 319a., Dropinore. H. T. White. 229a., Switzerland. J. Brierly, 26a., Gobur. J. S. Gill, 314a., TrawooL J. Madigan, 2Sa., TrawooL A'RIFERLOS LANDS AVAILABLE. S40a., Kerrisdale, forfeited 67th section of D. Ferguson.

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Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891

Goods aon 4arc01s at the Tea sail way Station. Tuz following is a list of the goods and parcels awaiting delivery at the Yea Rail ray Station on W\ednesday morning: Hood, Dessour, Daniel M'Leish, Carison, W'Dowell. PARCELS. Holden, M'Dowell, Pickard, Nash, Moore, Barnes, Dessour, Ferguson, Dunn, Drysdale, Forbes.

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891

CO2MEEO'IL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Br ELECTRIC TELE.oALPxL] MELDWOUrF, LAST NIGOT. Messrs. W. MIILwRIcK and Co. report: CthEaS.-Market short of requirements. Good prime, 5d to 6d:.one special lot, 8d; inferior lower. BrEart -Potted: Market easier; prime new, 8d to 10d; prime spring, fit forcounter tradle, 6d to 7d; old spring and inferior, 31d to5. Fresh: Further fall inprices; best dairies, Is Id to Is 2d ; good, ordinary and lump, 10d to lld; inferior, lower. Ens.--ls 2 d. CAno?st Ponr-.-On Friday a large supply; prime light weights. 41d to '5}d; prime heavy, ad to4Ad; inferior, 2ld to 3}d. PottmTr.-i'air demand for prime. Ho.Er.-Prime garden. 3d to 4d. BEEswA?.-Wauted, 1Otd.

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891

".`:t,: aeulivaY .ýimti, Tabu'l " ; AL~wDI Ban i 1llrnoe e' ,1. :1t. 2 nd.. ixdI Mild `Alexandra . u.) r !. ;aMr. ret. Rona: 7"5, 5. 1 lRe u1 :a 7 4 510 Cheviot 7:20 4iG. .ii I ;".. ', nrr 810., 6 'se . . i: 0 E . r UbmewooA ~ 11 ~ep. t8'2C 0 iýrrIlcoo..31 .,, 1 L3 e isala.: `10.3: , - '24,3.7, (slOlgl: 1-, 1lrvol:..., 1 ull ,9020ý 7 151.:, ýý....",'rl"n .: . rr' 95 .30 c" Ttllareol *. 7 0 , ,.34 xrjlkp.' dIcep. 10,1 8 Melbonmerne 16 110 earr. 119 ýI eaoet, .O ALE"A'.eeu. ROAD. Mc'lbourne l.e1t. n3 led (dp. .7.4`3 ii Tr n-ool ...10:.. 0~ ,- 053D Keenrisdale. 11o.3, 11148 Imneeood. S.1 o8 3 l MJ. 4nr 11,:ký 9,2; Ilea .13 3 ,...0 Chie i .13 3903 12 09 ?"..', 12 ,1, 1.-) r olham :' 14 '3 9, 6 12" 01."9r Mdeavsieort 15 1 I0jaIi1 .__ 'Cathki'Lz 15, 010...3 . 'I 1 51-11 A$ 1dr 1. 1 i71} Ch; n trunuaie raflarnkili

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(HOME NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891

(nonsE NEWS.) "A tempest of cheers greeted Colonel Price's team of Mounted Volun teers." Such is the very gratifying an nouncement of the enthusiastic recep tion accorded to the Australians on Tuesday last at the Royal Agricultural Hall. Representatives of a force of 1,200 men, all provided with horses and readuly to take the field when called upon, this picked contingent of volunteers from Victoria is the beau-ideal of mounted infantry. Wearing a service able uniform, armed and equipped to perfection, the Victorians present a marked contrast to the casual drafts from foot regiments at Aldershot who are designated as Mounted Infantry. The combined display of the Victoria Rifles is undoubtedly one of the most popular features of the Military Tour nament. It came as a revelation to the spectators to witness the feats of the Australians. Though in a measure handicapped by being mounted on Hussar troopers instead of on their own trained horses, the officers and men performed very succes...

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DAIRY CATTLE AND PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891

DAIRY CATTLE AND PIGS. MaSSEs. Annorr AND WILsos report: DAraY CArrLE.-(24th July): About the same number as last week was yarded, con sisting of a fair proportion of milkers, springers, dry and store cows, there being very few fat cows and young stock. The attendance of buyers was small, and prices wer- not quite up to last week's rates. We quote:-Good cows with calves at foot, from £3 10s. to £11 10s. ; medium and inferior, from £3 .s 6? to £4 15s. ; springers, from £4 IOs. to £f IOs.; stores and young stock sold readily at satisfactory prices; fat cows, up to £4 10s. Calves.-A middling supply yarded; prices were satisfactory, from 5s. to 37s. PIo MIar?rr.-(23rd July): There was only a medium supply of pigs penned, con sisting equally of all classes. All sorts showed an improvement on the last" few weeks. We quote:-Baconers, from 4d. to 4)d. per lb.; extra good, to 51d. ; porkers, fom 5d. to 5d. ; extra quality, to 6~: ; stores, from 15s. to 31s.; suckers, from 7a. 6, to 4s. 6d. e...

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ROYAL MILITARY TOURNAMENT SOME ENGLISH PRESS CRITICISMS. (UNITED SERVICE GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891

.OTAL MILITARY TOVRPAMENT SOME ENGLISH PRESS CRITICISMS. (UNITED SERVICE GAZETTE.) AN enormous assembhlage, filling the Agricultural Hall, Islington, from floor to ceiling, attended on Tuesday at the formal opening of the Royal Military Tournament. The Duchess of Albany, who was accompanied by her son, the young Duke of Albany, arrived at the building shortly after 2 p.m., and gave the order for the sports to begin. Her Royal Highness was received by Colonel Onslow and the members of the Executive Com mittee and conducted to the Royal box. The scene was one of unwonted brightness and animation, even in Agricultural Hall annals. Soldiers in smart uniforms, with glittering arms, moved about the arena, whilst the terraced galleries were packed with spec tators and some thousands of happy boys and girls belonging to the various naval and military schools. The pro ceedings began by the little lads from the Gordon Boys' Home forming in front of the Royal box, after which there was a grand...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891

MELBOUtRNE CATTLE MARKET. FAT SHEEP.-Only 20,000 yarded. The bulk of the supply consisted of middling to good qualities, with a small proportion prime. The demand was brisk throughout, and prises ruled firm at fully last week's improved rates. Prime crossbred wethers, from 17s to 19s; prime crossbred ewes, from 14s to 15s; prime merino wethers, from 14s 6d to 16 s; extra prime and heavy do. do., to 17s 3d; good merino wethers, from 13a to 14s ; mid dling do. do., from 9s 6d to lls6d; prime merino ewes, from 10s tols lid ; a few extra do. do., from 12s Gd to 13s Gd; others from 7e 6d. FaT Lasos.-. The market was agin heavily snpplied. 4,500 having been penned; conse quently the demand was dull, especially for young lambs, and prices in some instances ruled Is per head easier. Primesold atfrom 9s 6d to lis Gd; good, from Ss to 9s; prime young lambs, from 8s to 9s ld ; extra do. do., from I0stolls; good do. do., from 7a to 8s; others from 5s.

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(LONDON STANDARD.) [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891

(LONDON STANDARD.) At the Agricultural Hall, yesterday, the ties in fencing and sabre play were decided. In the former, Lieutenant Norbury took the prize. Three conm petitors were left in for the finish with sabres, Lieutenant E. T. Ward, 1st Battalion Middlesex Regiment; Captain E. S. D. Crowther, Royal Marine Light Infantry; and Lieutenant F. M. B. Hobbs, Royal Marine Light Infantry. Hobbs won the first prize and Crowther the second. The French mantresd'armes next gave a display of their skill. In the riding and jumping competition the first prize was awarded to Captain the Hon. J. Forbes Sempill, Army Service Corps, with 69 marks; the second to Lieutenant W. Bon, Victorian Mounted Rifles, with 67 ; and the third to Captain D.M?'Leish, Victorian Mounted Rifles, with 61, the latter being especi ally commended for the style in which he recovered his horse on its stumbling after clearing the stone wall. The suc cess of the Australians is all the more note-worthy, as they were riding ...

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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1891. THE SHIRE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891

Zhie fjcan ý xnck,. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDA,. JULY 30, 1891. TIM 8=3 ELEOTION. TIE three retiring candidates (Messrs. J. QuIsAN, D. UNDERWOOD, J. P. WEBSTER) and Mr. T. CONDoS are the only candidates nominated. A strong requisition was presented to Mr. E. 8. PURCELL, but while thanking those who waited upon him, he firmly de clined to come forward, as he finds his time more than fully occupied with the cares of business and other public matters with which he is connected. Many predicted that Mr. DONALD UNDERWOOD would not stand for re election, although his address appeared in our last issue, but he is, we under stand, determined to go to the poll at all hazards Contests are very good things-though, doubtless, many will say, "Yes, for. the newspapers." While freely admitting that soft impeachment-though it is so only to a very limited extent, for the gain to the newspaper is often more than counterbalanced by the extra trouble which a contested e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891

T. C. WADDELL, EMPIRE STORE, Iigh Street, Yea. All d?seriptioes of O2OCERIE.S IRONMONGERY, &e., &e., DRAPERY aid MILLINERY In great variety. GE`NTSi' CLOTHING 3 Msanrea take - 's - ai-lyrfect fits goarateed. LADIES', ( ErTS, and CHILDIIEN'S BOOTS and SHOES. MAGIC ;SOAP. M1AGIC SOAP. t" o rabbing required. Agent for Northzrn Fire and Life Assurance Company. Capital, £2,000,000. - -(1 Music! Music ! Music ! Agent for W.H. Clen and Co., Music Sellers. Agent for IEtey Orgso-s, 12 to 120 guineas. Also Several Makers of Pianos. 'Tr::r PAT?'LIT. Send for Circulars and Prices. A Magnficent Stck of WALL PAPER. FANCY GOODS. T. C. Waddell, EMPIRE STORE, YEA. W. P. SIER, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, )EGS to announce that he has taken over the Busicnss for s,me time carried on under the style of "Sns B:rts.." and hopes for a contiutance of the patronage extendod to the late tin. Cnstomers are requctied to pay all their AnccoLum to me a speedily as x-sible All O-esO pte wil lave to he sig...

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[CERTIFICATE.] 22/6/91. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891

[CERTIFICATE.] 22/6/91. .We have this day seen 'a Walker's whisky bottle filled with Dr. Fletcher's Pills and securely corked and sealed. No one knows how many pills are in the bottle, which is now secure in our safe until January 1, 1892. W. H. GODDARD,, Manager. ERNEsT Lyoss, Accountant. Commercial Bank, Nowtown, Sydney. We cannot enter into correspondence about this competition, unless stamps for reply and addressed envelopes are sent each time. Results and names of successful guessers will be sent to every body who sends two penny stamps and addressed envelope, and not otherwise. F. 1W. CLEMENTS, Newtown, Sydney. THERE is a good story of Barnum's grief at seeing money turned iway from one of his shows. "Here," cried Barnum suddenly to a scene-painter-"take a piece'of canvas four feet square and paint on it in large let ters, 'To the egress.'" This was nailed over the door leading to the back.-tairs. - "Snre that's an animal we haven't seen " cried the visitors-it was St. Patrick...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 30 July 1891

SAVE Mo?su by endlirg to Lincoln, Stuart and Co., Limited. 238 Flinders street, Melbourne, the largest tailoring establishment in the city. They will post to you free on application samples of tweeds andl instructions for self-measurement. A relly good serrireable all - wool suit to :measule for 12s.: try tlhe.--[Aivr.] General Store. PERRY A?D PETCH (LATE l. J. KELLY), GENERAL MERCHANTS, AND STOREKEEPERS, YEA, ARE NOW SHOWING WINTER STOCK OF DRAPERY, CLOTHING, AND BOOTS, At lc'io that Defy Competitio. We have without doubt the BEST ASSORTED STOCK IN THE DISTRICT. Lasles will do well to Znspect our Stock before archatar. In the DRESS DEPARTMENT we are showing Cashmere Dress Tweeds, Homespuns, and Costnme Cloths, in all the New Shades, including: A Line of Fancy Winceys, at 5s. 6d. and 6s. lid. per dozen yarLs. Colored and Black Velveteens, at Is. 6d. per yard. White Blankets, from Ss. lld. per pair. Colored Blankets, from 6s. lid. per pair. Cretonnes, from s. lid. per dozen. Flannel...

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