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AN EXTRAORDINARY PROCEEDING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
AN EXTRAORDINARY PROCEEDING. TO THE zDoTOR OF THE CHRONICLLE Sea,-I got an extraordinary sheet to-day from some extraordinary man-whether from Yea or Seymour matters not. But there is an extraordinary leading article in which the "father of the Yea and Alexandra Shires," as J. D. W. delights to call himself, is held up as a model of all the virtues. Why, Sir, it is only one short year since the Editor of the Extraordinary said that the Yea Shire Councillors behaved more like a lot of hoodlums or larrikins than anything else. And who led the van on that occasion? Why, Sir, James Daniel Webster. He had a row with Purcell; he had a row with Condon; he had a row with Quinlan; and be has had rows with every Councillor at the table at one meeting or another since then. Now we are asked to fall down and worship him. Consistency, thy name is-well, not the Editor of the Extraordinary.-I am, &e., MUDDY.
A LAST WORD TO THE RATEPAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
A LAST WORD TO T8U 1ATE PATZZ8, VoTr snaloTrr. Vote as your consciences dictate. Do not be led away by any silly claptrap or maudlin sentimentality. Vote for those who are best able and willing to serve you. Do not believe the silly yarns about the "Co. of the CnRsonICLs" Since the present Editor took the Cnao.sc in hand no man inside or outside of the Shire has been refused a hearing in its column:. This is a stern fact, which cannothbe refuted. Again we say vote as your consciences dictate, and do not allow yourselves to be humbugged in the discharge of one of the the most sacred functions which the citizens ofa free country are entrusted with.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspondents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] "OPINIONS OF THE PRESS." TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
ITTEZR8 TO TU8 EDH'L [We do not hold ourselves responsible for correspoudents' opinions. Discussion on public topics invited, but personalities cannot be permitted.] "OPINIONS OF THE PRESS." TO THE EDITOR OF THE CIIROICLE. Set,-Re a handbill that has been freely circulated during the last week among the ratepayers, headed "Opinions of the Press." 1, as a simple individual, am at a loss to understand how it can be the " Opinions of the Press," when it is merely a few para. graphs out of the Seymour 'J'elegraph, and all evidently-too evidently-written by the one hand, and printed at the office of the above-mentioned paper. It is rather a stretch of the imagination to call such a document " Opinions of the Press," but it is like many other high-sounding phrases, meaning very little. I may say that I have carefully read all of the paragraphs re ferred to, and with one exception (the shift ing of the salaughter-yans from his own doors) the whopl of Cr. Webster's good works have been done...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
mEWS AD VOTES. Owlso to an interruption of the telegraph wires our Produce Telegram did not come to hand up to time of going to press. MaI. WILKisos, partner for several yeahr in the well-known firm of Duffy and Wilkin son, solicitors, died last week. To-saoaBow, Messrs. E. Smith and Co. will hold their usual monthly cattle-sale in Yea. ' T is curiently stated that large bumbers of sheep are dying in one of the big estates ncar this township. We hope such is not the case, but it is very generally rumored that heavy losses have lately occurred. Tir: Yea junior footMallers will playat Alexandra on Saturday week, and are con fElent of repeating their victory. Mr. Charles Davey, of the Royal Mailt Hotel, is very generously defraying all the expenses of the trip of the juniors to Alexandra. Tie monthly temperance meeting is fixed for Tuesday next, 18th inst, at 8 p.m. There is sure to be the usual good at tendance, as the attraction of moonlight is added to a varied and instructive pro g...
DAIRY CATTLE AND PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
DAIRY CATILE AND PIGS. MEssm A mBBOT AND WnILSO report: DAr" CArLr?--(7th August): There was a good supply of milch cows yarded. The comptition for same was rather dull, except for best sorts, which sold quite up to last week's rates ; springers were in good demand and sold well. We quote:-Good and firt class cows, with calves at foot, from £7 15s to £11 15s; medium and inferior, from £4 to £6; springers, up to £6 15b; fat cows, up to £5 12s 6d. Store cows, from £1 is to £5; young stock, from 15s to £1 9s, very few beingyarded. Calves: Amediumsupply, prices being satisfactory, from 3s 6d to 41s. P MLaIssrx.--6th August): There wan a fair supply d pig penedl for boday'a market, and prices showed a slight down ward tendency; for porkecr, baconers, store and young pig the sae as last week.
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
COMMEBUZAL. MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. FAT SuEEu . The market was heavily sup plied, 27,000 having been yarded, which consisted chiefly of first class Riverina flocks, ranging from good to prime qualities. In consequence of good trade lota being in excess of requirements the demand was dull, and prices in most instances ruled fully Gd per head under last week's quotations, a clearance being with difficulty effected at still lower rates. Prime crossbred wethers, from 16s 6d to 19s, a few extra to 20s 9d; prime crossbred ewes, from 14s to 15s; a few extra do. do., to IGs; prime merino wethers, from 13s 6d to 16s (according to weight) a few extra to 18s; good merino wethers, from 12s to l3s; middllno do. do., from Ba 6d to 11ie ; prime merino ewes, from Is to lI1; others from ns 6d.
[CERTIFICATE.] 22/6/91. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
[CERTIFICAT. - 22/6/91. We have this-day see? a Walker's whisky bottle filled with Dr. Fletcher's Pills and seourely corked' and sealed. No one knows how nsany pills are in the bottle. which is now secure in our safe until January 1, 1892. W. H. GODD.? i, M anger. .ERESTr fLo's, Accouiltat. Commercial Baik, - Nowtown, Sydney. I' "ý:. We cannot enter into5:orrespondence about this competition, .unless stamps for reply and addressed envelopes are sent each time. Results and namues of siuccessful guessers willbo sent to every body who sends two pennhy stamps and addressed envelope, and-hot otherwise. F. M. CLEMENTS, Newtown, Sydney.
FIFTY POUNDS FOR A GUESS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
FIFTY POUNDS FOR A GUESS. As ordinary. Walker's whisky bottle has been completely filled with Dr. Fletcher's Pills, securely corked with ii cork one inch into the neck and sealed and placed in the charge of the Como mercial Bank, Newtown, Sydney. 'No living soul knows honw many Pills the 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 nearest guess £,, 5 forthe nextnearestguess £4 forthenextnarest guess ,, ,,,; £3 forthe next neareet guess ,,£2 for the next nearestguess Sl forthe next nearest guess Gosnditions:-We make nochargoefor the guess, but only 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 Itsvinn our laboratory after this date." In case two or'more persons guess tho correct numbe...
FURRED SKINS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
FURRED SKINS, &cw Mersu. Daom-rr and CoMPAa'r, LIMITD, report on the 5th August: KEAoARoo a n FURED Sesa.-Prime kangaroo, large and sound skins, up to3s7d ; medium,2s d to2n 6dperlb; small, isto ls3d pr lb.; brush, to 2s per lb.; wallaby, large, up to Is 101d per lb.; rabbit skins, firsts, 0ldto I ld per lb.; do., seconds, 4d to 7d per lb.; inferior and kittens, Id to 3d per lb. ; opossum skins, firsts, to 9sOd per dozen; do., seconds, 3s 6d to 4s per dozen; mountain skins, 15s to 22s per do.; bear skins, 3a to 4a 6d per dozen.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 1. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
- .SATURDAYD, "AuouSa 1. CORRESPONDENCE. From B_: reen,Xerrisdale, forward ingan account for £1 for filling holes, repairs to culvert, and pulling logs off road washed bffloods.-On the motion of Cr. Richards, seconded by Cr. Quinlan, it was agreed to pay the amount. From Peter Dunn, Woodles, Cath kin, once more bringing under notice the great hardship they were put to for the -arat of a few pounds being spent in clearing the fallen timber off the road leading from the top of the Black Range towards Dropniore.-Ten ders to be called for work. From Gotch and Chrystal, Drop more, stating that they had received word from the surveyors who had been adjusting work for the Shire that three acres had been taken in the ex change d roads at the Limestone, and asking if the transfer had been com pleted, as is was some four years since the exchange was made. What arrange ments were to be made with them for the three acres taken I-Consideration of the letter held over for one month. . From,,Thoma...
AN ERROR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
AN ERROR. TO TH EDITOr OF THE CHRONICLE. Sin, - Kindly grant me space in your valuable columns to rectify anerronnnsparn graph thait appeared in your last edition. You stated tlhat the cheque for .105, appro priated by Arthur Degonmois, was drawn in lavor of his father-in-law, Henri Voumard, father of Mr. Vonmard, watchimaker of this town. This is not the cae ; the cheqne was drawn in favor of Degnunmoia' father-in.law, Frederic Henri Voumard, late farmer and hotelkeeper of Cradock, South Australia. I am, &c., L VOUMARD, Watchmaker.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
: . ha1inLes Notices. T.: C. WADDELL, ?IPIRE STORE, S•'Ligh Street, Yea. All descr?ption oft GROCERIES, - IRONMONGERY, ce., &c., DRAPERY and MILLINERY In great variety. GF-NTS' CLOTHING. Mceasarm taken. -arid perfei fils gralnstecrL LADIES', GE.NTS. and= CHILDREN'S BOOTS and SHOES. MAGIC SOAP. MAGIC SOAP. No rubbing required. Agent for Northern Fire and Life Assurance * VCmpany.; Capital,' £3,000,00L Music! Music ! Music! Agent for W. HIGlen and Co., Music Sellers. Agent for EFstsyOrgans, 12 to 120 guineas. S:lso Sevrnl Makers of. Pianos. Seiid:fd Cirelars and. Prices. A Masnificent Stock of VWALL PAPER. ,"- ' F-'. Y GOODe.. T. C. Waddell, EM PI'RE STORF.-YEA. W. P. SIER, GENERAL' STOREKEEPER, BEGS to announce that he has taken over the unsmness for some time carriled on under the style of "Si~R: lloS.." and hopes for a continuanee of the patronage extended to thl !ate firm. Customers are reveatecd to pay ali their Accounts to mu as s oelily as posmiile. All Receipts will hi...
MR. DONALD UNDERWOOD'S CANDIDATURE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE YEA CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
MIR. DONALD UNDERWOOD'S CANDIDATURE. TO TVE EDITOR OF THE YEA CImIIR ICLLk Sr?,-It is reported, it is said, from Morrin dsindi, that Donald Underwood will not he pl;ced, and that certain mild assistance will make such report a fact. Mu-rindindi mn not surely forget how, when the Council was in difficulties, some parties skedaddlel and left the Shire to its fate, whilst Donald stood to his colors. Donald never did a mean thing, but is as true as gold. So ratepayers stand by him who stood by you, and pot honest and faithful Donald at the hal of the polL--I am, &c., DONALD-GO-EP.AG-1.
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1891. LOOKING BACKWARD. No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
kc 'Jca ?k nic c. WLTu WHICH I? IIORPORED PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, -AUGUST 13, 1891. L008O.f- S?CWAD3. No. 2. . Ir the first chapter of " Looking .Back wards" we could auly, as it were, "skim the surface with a. swallow's wings." Twelve months oir more have now elapsed since we first focussed attention on the necessity for adopting bylaws for the con duct of the business of the Shire Council. Nearly twelve months have elapsed since ex Presidcnt 3l'CoR.ucg, who moved the adoption of such bylaws, statedat the 'resi dental luncheon at thui.Comimercial Hotel that he "left these bylaws as a parting kick to his successor, -feling assured that Mr. Satoun:s was the man to enforce them." Why have they not been enforced ? Is it because they ale not required? Is it be cause memlbes prefer to fritter awr.y valuable time in tou quoge arguments of the "pot and kettle" order? Is it because they see no necessity for such bylaws: or that they hpve not lisn?s aloptecd al efprced iby other ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
YEA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, AT 2 o'CLOCL MONTHLY STOCK SALE. SMITH A.m n CO. will hold their Stock * Sale on above date, when they will offer: Fat Store and Dairy Cattln .A Special Line of 3 and 4-year-old Bullocks, in forward condition. antr?i s uaolved up to ZI of Sal. E. SMITH & CO., E. Sdmrr Auctioneer. AUCTION SALES AT YEA. T L TEAGUE and CO., at the request ""* of a large number of Farmers and Graziers In the Yes District, hare deter mined on HOLDING .EGULAR Monthly Stock Sales at Yea, IN TIH SHIRE YARDS, o0 THE FIRST FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH, Commenclr on FMday, Sept. 4. Partieulars of Stock intended for the Opening Sale are now being received, and a large number of First-class ines of both Cattle and Sheep are expected. J. H. TEAGUE AND CO., 82 W~?Fm-.treet, Melbourne. ABBOTT AND WILSON, S TOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AND GENERAL AUCTIONEERS, 415 Bonsaz-ernzBr, MzELonUDE. Country Properties always on hand for Sale and To Let. Clearing Out Sales Condueted. 5EP Weekly Sale Days. *...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 13 August 1891
IBLBOUINE AD lETInsEEiTS. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIR -.CTOIRY. Cafes and Restaurants. The PALSrAFP. coutaining :0' rooms. Spencer Stee. opisedte ne- rlny tr.: Lalod and redence £ll andlt IG perek. Ere eon learnce. Hnt and cold iths. Ltntories. muoting room. night poetr.&r. MYirRId S WIllHlE, rtprietr. Chaff and Grain serchants, and Commission Agents. LADRE R. REID. 67 Fllnders Lane. Prompt returns. . C. ROBERTSON & Co, 56 Spencer Street. Account saIs and cheque. readertd promptly. 15ERRY & C.. 533 Flinders Lane est. Advances mndeom all kinds of farm produce. Cutlery. There rrqli-ng really rood table knives, so?,ers. rzr, penknles, b_& . at maoderte rates. t7 WAnD BOS., uE rELu,. 144 Swntila Street. Dairy and Farm Produce ?Merohants, and Dairy Commission Agents. HOLDUESN A NEILO'i,. 493 Fllnders Lane. Trel solcited. BIot price obtliil for all dlryc produce. TEn PAR~SBS' COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, 203 and 205 William Street, Melbourne. WOOD & C...