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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 6 August 1891
ansinwe Notices. T. (1 WADDELL, EMPIRE STORE, -. High Street, Ye. All descriptions of GROCERIFS, IRONMONGERY, &c, &a, DRAPERY ael MILLINERY fo great variety, GEN'TS CLOTHING. Measures taken and perfect Iis guaranteed.' LADIES', (ENT'S, and CHILDREN'S BOOTS and SHOES. MAGIC SOAP. MAGIC SOAP. No rubbing required. Agent for Northern Fire and Life Assurance Company. Capital, £3,000,000. Music! Music! Music! Agent for W. }L Glen and Co., Music Sellers. Agent for E'stey Orga?n; 12 to 120 gaioaes. Also Severrl Makers of Pianos. TIME PAYIMENT. Send for Circulars and Prices. A Manificnt Stock of WALL PAPER. FANCY GOODS. T. C. Waddell, EMPIRE STORE, YEA. W. P. SIER, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, 3EGS to announce that he has taken over the rusineos for some time carried on under the style of "SIr.s Boos.." and lhopes for a continuanco of the patronage extended to the lat Snrm. Customors are: rcuestel to pay all their Accounts to me .n sp?.'ly as opr-ible. All Receipts will have to be si...
YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 6 August 1891
TZA SEI~, O OYNOIL. - I SATURDAY, ýUGouS 1. THe usual monthl meeting of the council was held on Saturday last Present: Crs. 1 'ormick, Webster, Scale, Ferguson, jarver, Richards, Quinlan, and Underwood; Mr. Percy Lingford (Enginee), and Mr. W. B. Steuart (Secretaryj In the absence 4i the President, Cr. M'Cormick was voted to the chair, on the motion of CrJ Webster, seconded by Cr. Scale. MI? ES. On the minut being read, Cr. Webster strongl objected to the minutes of the Tfse-plantiiig Commit tee being draggedlin in that way. Cr. Scale replied that it was quite correct, as it was.'done at an adjourned meeting of the Council. Cr. Carver o!iected to his name being on the recrds as present at the adjourned meetin. The Chairmen, in reply to Cr. Webster's' objecon, said the minutes were a record !f the business done. There was no [uestion of its being right or wrong ivolved in the passing of the minutes. . Cr. Webster contended that the Chairman had power to strike *out what was irregular...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 6 August 1891
Govermet Mvartisemenats SALE (No. 7,134) of Crown Lauds, in Fee Simple, at the COreT-HOdUSE, Y?E, on FRIDAY, the Tway-EeolTan day of AU?nur, 1891, at Two o'clock p.m. TOWN LOTS. YEA, PAltsH OF YuA, couNTr or ANCOLESY. Fronting Broadford-road, at the site of the improvements of Eliza M'Leish.-Upset price, £20 per lot.--Charge for survey, £1. -'Lot 1. Area, 3r. 7 8-10p , allotment 2, section 47.-Valuation, £160. Fronting Craigie-street, at the site of"fhe improve meant of H. S. Cslan.-Up?et price, £15 per lot.-Charge for survey,; £.--'Lot 2. Area, la., allotment 1, sectiof'45.-Valua tion, £10. At the site of the iemproveeents of 1'. W. Conlan.-Upset price, £15 per lot. -Charge for survey, £1l.--Lot 3, Area, la., allotment 3, section 45.- Valuationo £10. Fronting the Parade.-Upset price £20 per lot.-Charge for survey, £1.-L Lot 4. Area, 3r. 39 8-I0p., allotment 10, section 13. Valuation to be made before sale. Front ing Craigie-street.-Upoet price, £15 per lot.-Charge for survey, £1-- ...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 6 August 1891
2EWS dND NOTES. -4 Tne Library Committee have decided to hold a hall some time next month-probably about the full moon. A cSEQuE for the Government subsidy, amounting to £3.,171 7s. Id., for which the Treasurer, Mr. J. D. Webster, jun., had to make two or three applications, arrived on Tuesday. . EvEnrY :uTr AYea In the town should be present. at the meeting in the Shire Hall at four o'cloeelthis afternoon, to devise steps for proeuring a good supply of water for the township. This is too important a matter to be set aside by election contests or any thing else; Ova QuAecrmRLv AcCOurrs have now been sent out to subscribers and advertisers. We can assure those who have not forwarded remittances since the Csrno?clsr. was first started that it is not a gold mine or a silver mine; nor can the hard cash for wages, rent of premises and plant, paper, Ink, and other materials, be evolved, like a leading article, out of the Editor's inner consciosneas. Ao enormous quantity of water most have...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
.P E..RRY A N D P. E-T CII, STOREKEEPERS GNERA.LI ERGHANTS, YEA. : Great Cash Sale ' •.COMMENCING. SATURDAY NEXT, 15TH AUGUST, (,FO`R 14 DAYS ONLY, WHEN WE 8HALL OFFER THE WHOLE OF OUR STOCK OF SDRAPERY AND CLOTHING. . .AT . . : . : LES.S: THAN MELBOURNE. ,COST, IN ORDER• TO!, MAKE--ROOM -FOR SPRING- GOODS: DUIoT ~ i an T: : OUR STORE, WHICH AE JUST : ~Co' COPLED, SOME GOODS GOT. SLIGHTLY DAMAGED WITH DUST. These we shall Offer at Ridiculously Low Prices, TO EFFECT A CLEARANCE.. r-Sale Prices for Cash Oiily. :. Perry & .Petch, CALEDEDONIAN STORE. Sole Ageits for the Genuine Magic Soap, (B IIE HART PIEicEr, WrITI .\N Annow). Wanteo. TANTED 10-H6rse. P.wer Engiue or n Engine and -Biler, -Hecad Battery, and shi Arastras with two Amalgamating .Pans. BotFORD and Coxon, 318 Collins street, Melbourne. ANNUJAL WINTER ~CLEARING BALE, ~~s' O EEKS, EN SATURDA Y UU ·U·i W.. K:...~-- ... - .-..~~. .. 1.-r MARVELLOUS REDUCTIONS! . A T ATHE COMMERCAL STORES. General Stor0. AT ;LEE GOW'S RA...
THE CASE OF CAPTAIN DUNBAR. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
T!Z a sz OP ssrU f 4NTBRA. CAPTAIN FREDOEIC DUND?n, late of the Imperial Arml has now reached his eigty-seventh yer, and has lived a life of great vic?iitudes. In 1839 Captain Dunbar was invalided home after a long residence in the tropics, the Medical Board declaring tlmt his life would be forfeited with another month's residence in that malarial climate; so far gone was his strength that the medical men advised the sale of his captain's commission for the benefit of his sons-which, as Captain Dunbar puts it, he very foolishly agreed to, thus losing the chance of promotion which took place so greatly during the Crimean war. Captain Dunbar has lived in Australasia for many years, and has seen some of the most stirring times known in these colonies. ' He has wit nessed the birth' and growth of the marvellous cityof Melbourne, and would have been one of Australia's wealthiest residents but for the unfortunate mis carriage of remittances from Europe at the time of the first Government ...
WATER SUPPLY FOR YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
WATER SUPPLY FO3 TEA. A PUBLIC MEETIONG wa held on Thursday afternoon, in the Shire Hall. for the above object. Prerent Rev. C. H. Barnes (in the chair), Rev. D. Milne, Mr. Haslam (Hon. Secretary), Messrs. Gray, Conlan, Petch, Dan. M'Leish, Steuart, Dunn, Galvin, and Linford. In reply to the Chairman, Mr. Steuart ex plained what had been done in Euros. The townspeople had, first of all, to show to the shire Council whether they wanted a Water Supply or not, and'then the Council took the necessary steps. If a two-thirds vote of the townspeople could be obtained, they would get the money, and might have a supply be, fore the next drought. They should firt of anil et a thoroughly representative meetina Mr. Petch said at l(et meeting it was te eided to have a reprewcntative meeting. and to advertiue it in twoissues of the CeRONncn.. He therefore looked upon it that, those who came to the meeting really reprlsented the people, ald should go along with it. There was no use dilly.d.llying,...
YEA SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 8. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
TZEA 3Saz OOVI.NOZ. SATURDAY, AUGUST 8. TH~ adjourned meeting of the Council was held on Saturday. Present: Cra. M'Cor mick, Scale, Ferguson, Carver, Webster, and Qninlan. . On the motion of Cr. Ferg"ose. seo?Ied. by Cr. Qoinlan, Cr. M'Cormi'kiwasa'otel to the chair. RAILWAY FBEE PAS2S A circular was read from.t Mayor of Sebatopol, drawing attention to the abuses which existed in connection with the grant ing of Free Panses on the Railways, to the injry of the general body of taxupjers, and sng the co-operation of the Council in pulting an end to the pernicious system. It was decided that Mr. Hunt, M.L.A., should be requested to use his influence in the direction indicated. THE RATE-COLLEOB' SAIKRY. A letter was read from Mr. J..1). M. Gray, Rate-collector, stating that he had taken legal advice, and had been informed that the Oiticial Assignce had no power to inmpound. his Ealary. lie was advised that he could draw enough for the support of himself and his family. If it were impoun...
YEA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 11. (Before Messrs. E. S. Purcell (chairman), T. S. Scale, J. C. Sanders, and J. Bett, J.P.'s). CIVIL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
TEA OLI? 'OOU'RT. TUESDAY, AcUS? II. (Before Messrs. E. S. Puorell (chairman), T. S. Scale, J. C. Sanders, andJ. Bett, J.P.'s). CIVIL CASES. T. C. Waddell v. James Cummerford. Claim, £5 Os. 7d., goods. No appearance of defeudant. Order for amonnt and So. cost ; in default, distress. Samuel Matchett v. Michael Coonan. Claim, £21 10s. Defendant stated he had been subpoenaed in a case at Melbourne, and asked for an adjournment. Mr. Graham, who appeared for plaintiff, opposed, unless costs were granted. Adjourned for 14 days; defendant to pay £1 16s. costa. Michael Coonan v. Samuel Matchett- Claim, £11 a2., debt, for money paid by plaintiff for the defendant. Adjourned for 14 days. William Stellner v. P. W. Conlan.-Claim, £10 2s. 6d., work and labor done.: Mr. Jackson, who appeared for defendant, stated that a writ for £28 had been issued by his client against the plaintiff, who had ad mitted the debt, and he therefore asked for an adjournment. Mr. Graham, for plaintiff, opposed mixing ...
YEA DAIRY FACTORY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
TIZA =Y VLCROYT OO '.ATT. A msE?mio of the Provisional Directors of the Yea Dairy Factory Company was held at the Shire Hall on Saturday, to allot shares, and transactother busine. Present:Mesrrs. J. C. Sanders (in the chair), E. S. Purcell (Hon. Secretary), J. M'Cormick, J. Borrie, C. Anderson, J. Bett, D. Ferguson, Jae. Drysdale, T. S. Scale, J. Quinlan, and E. M'Cristal. There werealso some shareholders present, including Meers. E. K.Carver. T. F. Roberts, J. Wadkin, J. Aldous, and J. Bryan. The Hon. Secretary reported that 2,045 shares had been taken up. Some discussion took place relative to the adoption of the articles of associati,n, and on the motion of Mr. Carver,aeconded by Mr. Ferguson, the following were appointed a Committee to prepare thes, three to form a quorum :-The Chairman, Hon. Secretary, Messrs. Scale, Quinlan, and M'Cormick. On the motion of Mr. Anderson, seconded by Mr. M'Cristal, the Hoen. Secretary was empowered to consult a Solicitor relative to the article...
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
MAIKE clone and arrivg$Itihe Yca Post . IOffice at the undermentioned hours- i j osls ,PI u'%l n. r . A.C~ s i; Melburlne...l 12 Io 111 aow lt .1 .1 1 blolewoi1h 10 I lobbes -- ... 11 Aleerodan; 'i'ila: 8 r10 Laeainr !4 .1e2 ')±.' (driirin r ii' ; ,:; i.1 MI iloarerdalo 13!3j 10 iff"Lei'h. 1310 ·i?· ~·· .ii/;. Un(Ienvood's 7'31 RECEIVED ATYEA FRU31- A.MJ. P.M. \ýc11on 'tne;.: 1 .' r.1 1 0 Holoen'srth alt ^ ,I::j .r :) 1 .0 Underu lroo d'.;: a y 'J3 1 S
THE STRAIGHT TIP FROM THE MUDDY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
THE STRAIGHT TII'FROM0 THE MUDDY. TO TIlE ElITOR OF TIHY CTIIROICLE. SrI,-I have kept the Shire Elections re turns in an old diary in my dairy fr a go.~ maniy years p~ist, and this is how I work out the results of Thurslay's polling. I have staked my reputation on it with my old woman. I give her a binnet if I'm wrong; she gives me a hat if rm right. Muddy Donald ... ... 385 Doogalook Tom ... ... 369 Yea John ... .... '... 347 Eagleton James ... .... 99 I am, ac., ONE OF THE OLD FOSSIIS. Muddy Creek, Aug. 10, 1891.
A Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
? ?L.XXXIh? RO D ,?To M gl'.ou 1:'' 1 ' %t:i 2nd lixd31ilW' Aleiaddla a s.:D: e:. ? A.jrxn n; · R(oad .. L ,J d .6 id:: Chthkin ... O - 7 20 5 2. (oles 1orth 21 O :i i .730 5 .0 ldaham, ,?,a,7 10 -t .,3 -- 7 451 5 50 heviot 2." 4i 1 -7 - 7 5 6 0 ] " arr. 1 6 1i _0 . "ea! - . 10 8 " , l ,R nT0 r A Hb elE nd r. 3.09 i2 d1 c& 1I Tallaoek ...'49 ? ?3 Trawool .. 5 10 3 11'7-0 0 I??8 1 tKerrisdale 7, 1 -- " ep 102 S. MiiL11ourr TO'ALEiSAýjhA ROAM:; Homewood..9 us 9t1: ?U'b' S: D: .. ai6r. (9 .5 Talaoo ... . 9 '-r?. 3'' -0. Cheariot '... 13 ',0 9;'Sl: '?_: 1"2 5i 9 if -- - lg 19] 11alham r: .1,? ", , r. 1,3 10 20( T rmolesot' J; 310 .r" _ · 4501 atok .. ... -t 10 . 3 71 -? '." 1.50 1 40 Alesxa 13idr (j 1 6 "i I Road ::. 16 - 3 1. ((a 12 1? l0 h 1Clibngi trins at Tal, a 59ck. -
(BY FLOWERDALE.) [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
(r FLowexntLLa) For Muddly Creek there is every hope, for without a near relation Brave Donald, top ping all the pall, will cause a great eensation; For when the numbers are stuck up, with the ratepayen' kind aosiotnuee, Donald true, Irthgooal and blue, will leave them in the disktice.