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DEAF FORTY YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

DEAF FORTY YEARS. The description of a simple remedy, by which a complete cure cf. Ieafioess and noi.se in the )ead of FORTY ?RARS' STANDINr has just heen effected, will be sent alBn to anyone who applies to J. H. N ICHOLSON, 175 \WILLIA.AISTREER, "MELBOCURL STnI?E was no business atthe Yea Police Court on Tuesday.

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. LIVE STOCK TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

AT{CTORIAN RAILWAYS. LIVE STOCK TRAFFIC. Stotr SHEEP. CATrLE, and HoEsrs isay oe fofwardeti frem stations on one line to stations on another line at the store retes, 5.5 set forth in the Live Stock Tariff, for the whole jou:tr.y, provildel always the trucks are required to I.tad again from the line to whieh such Stowra heep, Cattle, and Hormes are consigned. T'his rate will rot. however, apply, unless the stock is ceseigned to and discharged at stations IS m:iles distant frm . Melbourne, and s: miles distant from Sandhurst, I1l. larat, or tGeelong. Two Entire liHrses, two years and over. in aon horse Iii, for different owners, to be charged hiL. instead of Is. each per mile; rainiaum 20SS. each. Store Sheep, in lots of not less than one truck h:ad, to he carried from Newmarket to Country Statiuns, and from Sandhurst, ]tallarat, and (eelong to Stationa down the lines, at two-thirds thb pthblished rates; and Store Cattle or Horses In lots of not less than one truck loadl at one-half t...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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CONSECRATION OF ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

OO?CR RATIONT 0?7ST, PAU.,!L S(J]h A Sroc'ron.vre TtE consecration of a cathedral is "' ent which comes but sieldom i'ii aliy lifetime, and a short sketch of it by an eye-witness, nmy, interest youir readers. From an arly" h;ur on Thursatay, the 22nd inst., the intersection, of .Swlaston ano Flinders Streets was cruwded by a curious mass of onlookers, who were not among the favored 2,)00"0 armted with admission tickets. As the suburban trains poured!their living streamos into the. tide of c.ty life, a quita of'sight-seers was added to the surging crowd, and many aml amusing were the comments and guesses made abint the various degrees" of the parliamentary and city magnates driving up in their-carriages. 'The city oflicero.made the bravest show, " Marvellous Melbourne's mnarvellous Townr-clerk," the genial E. G. FitzGibbon, looking every inch "a gentle man of the olden tune." At 10.15 a.m.,.the sweet chimes of the cathedral ceased, and at the sound of the deep bass bell, the proces.:...

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YEA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

. YEA POLICE 'COURT. Mr. J. Keogh, P.M3, attteds on Tuesdays; :Mr. Webster, Clerkof Court, attends tdily.

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YEA BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

YEA BOARD OF ADVICE. --Y?

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YEA PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

TEA. PULIC oa!1ART. 'Open doily, from 10 .m. to 10 p.m. Comnittee mects Elit Tucsidy in tih mouth. Librarian, Miss Whrite.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] THE CHILDREN'S PICNIC. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

LETTERS TO TES ZXDITO& We do not hold ounrelvee s mpoisible for c orrespondents' opinions. D Discussion on ' S-public topics invited, but personalitia:, cannot be permitted.] THEl' CHILDREN'S PICNIC." TO TIE EDITOR OF THE CHBONICLE Sin,-I noticein you report of the Children's' Picnic that the names of some of the most arduous workers .wre 'omitted, namely - MIrs. Martln, Bmra C. Forbe»s; MAr .' &'fS. Pdrcell, and lth Mfi-tr Di;idilel 'Bien Gray (2), M'Leish,-and .lacdbnaldJ'iThesi ladies were most energetic in theirefforts -to see that the children's wants,,wea. fully, attended to, and the thanks of the Com mittee are due to themn for milting the' picnic such a snccess.-I am,.'tIre, r. I;, ..IMEMBER OF COI.VITTEE,-,,

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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Parcels and Goods at Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

Panls aLnboobts at Ta atilway . attoR TuEo following is a lit of the goaos and parcels awaiting deli?Vry at the Yea Rail way.tation on oWenedaay morning : Kely, ?f't?ay1Neil, Waddell, White, Barnesi Ball,Hiolden,- Nah; Sanders. Kelly, DaveSy.J a'-phy. M-Leish, Wilson, Oliver,:Rier, Coie . .Ye Shire ..Concil, Underwood, Tdrni6l1, Walton, Parnell, Wilson, Burgen., Qititilan, PRet Father Brady, Kenny ?Is.-.

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

31ELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MrELIauRNE, LAST NInTr... Mleasrs. W. M ILIWOcu and Co. report: CHEESE.-There is no alteration to report and very slack. Sales-Only a few prime favorite lines. BcrrTE.-Potted: Fair supply in the market; prime, a shade firmer, at 51d, a few lines higher; inferior and medium eorts, 3jd to 41d. Fresh: Short supply, and brisk demand at advanced rates; best averaged &I to 10d, a few favorite brandts hfgher; ordinary and lump, 61d; inferior, lower. Enos.--lOd. per dozen. Pozsar.-Very slack.

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MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

XMNlNG MEES. A Musi-s named Alexander Nichol son has discoverel a very promising reef at Bingo, near Omeo, fully 3 feet wide arid widening as it goes down. Samples, hand crushed, gave over two ounces to the ton. TiE" rush for lease ireaS'in the Mount Wills district contiiues. Since Christmas over 60 leases have been ap plied for. . TIIE antimony mines at Clonbinane, east of Kilmore, 'are developing excellent prospects: Iast week the Christina claim proved the existence of a gold bearing reef and a rick antimony lodc, which- ill gite' a considerable impetus to, mining in thisi locality. Work was only started about three months ago, a shaft of 72 feet being sunk near the creek. A drive was put ;in. at 57 feet, and at 52 feet the lode -was met with. The water has proved -very heavy and. has _ retarded pera tionus Theii present appliances are found inadequate to cope with the great influxof water, and new tanks, of a liirger description than now in use, are being made. The reef is at pr...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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ABORIGINES OF AUSTRALASIA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

30ERIGNES1 OF BVSTRALASZA. Is his paper-on tlhe " Aborigines of Australisa," read before the Royal Colonial Institute, on December 9, lr. Edward Greville-than whom there are few better living 'authorities on the Australian aboriginal question-gave a very interesting account of the native inhabitants, their origin and present condition. Mr. Greville, from his long colonialexperience, and the fact that he has always manifested a keen in terest in the blacks, was able to speak in a more or less learned way regard ing the various theories which have from time time to time been advanced as to the Australian people. There are many of such theories, all of them in teresting and ingenious. The.aborigines of Australia, owing to the naturally inhoi~itable character' of the country which they inhabited, as much as to 'the paucity of their own personal c apacity.for improving their condition, are d debased and igmiorant people, with out a faculty for preserving anything in the shape of traditio...

Publication Title: Yea Chronicle
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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. jr Su?er.--26,000 were yarded : the bulk of the supply ranged from middling to ,ee" qualities. For best descriptions the aodl was dull at about former rates, ohile sdles of other sorts were difficult to efect at qootations: Prime crossbredwethers, lls to 12s, a few extra to 13s; prime cross bred ewes, from 9s Gd to los 6d, a few extra to IIs 6d; prime merino ?ethers, from 9s Gd t l10s 6d, a fewextra to lls; good merino wethers, from Ss to 9s ; middling and inferior from 6s; prime merino ewes, from 6s to 7s, a few extra to sa; good merino ewes, from s to ts 6.., . FT Laas.--,000 were penied. Good to prime qualities wes largely represented, and for snch late rates were with difficulty ,uurun. ha , - while - rAddui ensd iuferior sorts met a dratog sale. sod prices ruled olightly lower. -Prime sold at from 8s 6d to 10s, a few extra to 10s 6d; good sold at from 6S l ? tos ; middling and inferior, from3a 6d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

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SAVED FROM MISERY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

R BLVD 128 3E' Bf . M.a. FFAxr DENT, wifeof a gentleman employed in the Lambton collieries, kindly allows us to publish the follow ing facts of her interesting case and wonderful recovery, which we gather from her correspondence, and which we shall be glad to allow anyone to peruse who wishes to do so. Mrs. Dent has been in a state of extreme debility for 12 years, frequently quite unable to do any work, the ightest kind causing great fatigue, with severe pains in the limbs, bjtek, and left sid.. So severei was the pain that she would have toi sit or lie down -frequently. Walking exercise was very trying,!and thecould only walk very slowly:- She had long seen Clements' Tonic aIvertised, but,' like 'many more.people, her husbanit was prejudiced against "patent medi cines,".but (now we use her own words) "I knew some ona who.had tried Cle ments' Tonic, and. I; decided to .t a -bottles on the .l4.4g iaq ep iny g about it if it did me no.god. ,The effect I thought something wonderful. I...

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MONEY ORDER AND SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

-310NEY ORDER AND SAVINGS BANK. Open daily from 10 a.i.. to 10 r.m.; and t: S.atunioys, 10 a.m. to Noon. The Savings bktnk re-ecrhs on Saturday evenings (for receipts and deposits only) from 6 to So 'clck.

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Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

D)cyndure and Arrival of Mails. Lu.cs? close and arr- e-it the Yea Post Ollice at tlhe undermentioned bours: cLsE At Tr.A rFM- A.M. P.M. .°' Mlelburne.. ... . 3 6, Tallarodk .. -:... ... • 6 IDoualouk.. :? .." ,.. -T 6 Mobleswith . ;.. 11 - (;ober , ".;. :, ..? . .... .:. ,41 - .' laid 43. 't ... .11 - Ale:and-i:. ' .:. 1. 11 DionrridihdiR .:. ..2 10 '0 Florerdale . :;--. ... 1210 Leh's 12.:. . 10 10 derVrotd's . : ". -12 1 :fby lin's.. .. ... 1 0 Halden's . .: . 12 10 NIurphp5 ... '' . .. 1... -12 0 Tallarook . -.-.. -.1130 930 ",el'ou re... . 1 30 .30 •;agsink. 11 30 - Mlewio ?th .. - 6 Gobtf .: .: - 6 -Alexandra.. ' . S 30 6 ..rph'E .c 1 30

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ALEXANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

(IPiOM 0 OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Tns Goutlurn Golden Diorite Dyke is rather dropsical just now; in short, it is full of. water.; mXAining friend of mine'informs me that such shoul l not be the case,.anl that, instead of water, we shbehl by this time be getting gold. Who is to blame, it is not sife to say. However, thile Directors visited the mine last week, and gave Manager Bass his: conja, but, alas I "Bass's Straits'' remain behind. This mine is looked upon by the knowing ones here as really good property. That the gold is there in abundance, is beyond the shadow of a doubt, but a great deal depends on good management. It is to be hoped now that a thoroughly ex perienced madri will be put at the head of. the Golden Diorite affairs, and so in a little time, by judicious work ing, give the long-suffering shareholders that profit which'the mine is generally regarded as-capable of returning. The Consols Company (at present co-operative), situated a short distance from the Diorite, and fro...

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THE HIGH JUMPING FOR HORSES ON NEW YEAR'S DAY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

THE iHIOH JUMPIC FOR!;HORSES ON NEW ElY AR'S, DAY- , TO TnE IDITOBO o TIE' Oi ICr E.Xci Sam,-In your last week' issue there ap p!ared a report f the Yeai ewYear's Day Sports, in which it stated that Chester': rider might have fairly claimed the first prize for the high jump. If Chester jumped. 5ft. 4in., Will If 1 Can jumped lft. 6in., as the pole being 4in. higher at one end than" the other, Chester jumped at the lower end, while Will If I Can jumped in the centre of the pole. It likewise stated that Will If I Can carried one stone less than the weigh prescribed, which is false. If the high jump was won fairly by any horse, it war fairly won by my three-year-old colt, Will If I Can. If you can find space in one of your valuable columns to publish this, you will greatly oblige.-I am, &c., THOMAS'GILL Homewood, Jan. 20, 1891. [Our reporter was distinctly informed that Will If I Can's rider stated that he had not seen the weights published, and as they were omitted from the po...

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The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1891. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

WITH WHICH Is L'CORPOOATED -- PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1891. NIWS AN1D NOTES. LEA?svo AnictLE on "The Development of our Mineral Resources" is crowded out. Ie our fourth page will be found an inte restin article on "The Aborigines of Ans sralas?a," and some mining news. Tan Loyal Yea Lodge, 3.U.I.O.O.F., intend to recognise the services of their late Treasurer, Mr. A. F. Cameron, who has had charge of the funds since the formation of the Lodge. Mas. E. Wsaur informs us that her hasband, who was ordered to pay 7s. Gd. a week towards her maintenance last week, is "taking it out in gaoL" There is no accounting for taste in matters of this kind. THE site asked for by the Shire Council for municipal sale-yards has been granted. It is to be hoped there will be no delay in erectlng the yards. The Council has a big sevenue this year, and a few hundred pounds cnnot be spent to much better advantage. Two or three anctionccring firms have signi fied their readiness to ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 29 January 1891

Church Seirvics. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. T HE Rev. . MILNE will conduet Divine Service (D.V.) in the above Church next Sabbath at Yea, morning at II o'clock, and in the evening at 7.30. In the afternoon at Homewood, at 3 o'clock. ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, YEA. T HE Rev. C. H. BARNES will conduct Divine Service at the above Church on Sunday morning and evening next; also at (Ghin Ghii in the afternoon. Holy Com mnuion at morning service. 31r. E. H. Burgess at Molesworth in the afternoon. sotins. - ST. LUKE S CHURCH. THE ANNUA?? "EETILG of the Cogregatia_-will be-held on RI DAY, JANUARY 30th, at. 7.45 ?n., at the Church. All Parishioners are earnestly invited to bepresent R. C. Presbytery Building Fund. A COMM31Tr EE MEETING in connec with the above will be held at the' Chapel on SUNDAY NEXT, FEB. Ist, after Mass. Collectors will oblige by having their Lists ready for handing in-to the Secretary on that date. -H. J. KELLY, Efon. Sec. Testimonial to Mr. A. F. Cameron. A PUBLIC M3EETIKG WILL...

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