Elephind.com contains 41,345 items from Yea Chronicle
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 20 August 1891
PERR. Y?.:- A ND1 ' PE T H, STOREKEEPERS AND GENERAL MERCHANTS,, :J. YEA. Great Cash Sale COMMENCIN, G SATURDAY, THE 15TH AUGUST, FO. 14 DAYS, ONLY, WHEN WE SHALL OFFER THE WHOLE OF OUR STOCK OF SDRAPERY AND CLOTHING AT LESS: THAN MELBOURNE COST,: IN ORDER.TO : i.AKE. ROOM FOR SPRING GOODS. DURING TiE ALTRATtOS TO OUR STORE, WHICH ARE JUST COMPLETED, SOME GOODS .GOT SLIGHTLY DAMAGED WITH. DUST. These we shall Offer at Ridiculously Low Prices, TO EFFECT A CLEARANCE. n-Sale Prices for Cash Only: Perry & Petch, CALEDEDONIAN STORE., Sole Agents for the Genuine Magic Soap, (BRAso, IInART PIsERCED WITH A ARsow). Li . MARVELLOUS REDUCTIONS! . ~~~~~~ ': . .;-. TTECMECA SO .. no. ral Store. . AT LEE GOW'S RAILWAY: STORE, FOR One. Month Only,` GREAT :.CLEARING SALE! M'UST -'BE SOLD: To Make Room for New Stock. NO REASOnABLE OFFER REFUSED. NO PUFF. Birgains in Drapery ' :I t . · ,-..? , :', - ND . . LEdio'I Clotho. , habioa' Clothes, BOOTS AND SHOES, GLASS AND CROCKERY, And Other Thing...
THE GANDIDATES RETURN THANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 20 August 1891
THE CANDIDATES RETURN THANKS. . Mr. Qul?L?!r could assure them that he expressed his sincere gratitudeforthe position in which they had placed him. During the 17 years that he had been saCouncillor he had always striven to do his duty to the ratepayers, and he was pleased that his actions had met with their approval. A lot of state ments had been going about in a printed document which had been circulated during the last few days throughodt the district. . These be could "easily contradict, but perhaps it was as well to let sleeping dogs lie. He would strive to do. his best in the future, as he had in the past, for all parts of the Shire, and deal fairly with all portions of it. With these fei words he again thanked them for the proud position they had placed him in that day. Mr. Coht od thanked them sincerely for the position be occupied-all the more so that he had not canvassed for one single- vote, or said anything against any of his opponents since the contese began. . Mr. WEssr...
THE SHIRE ELECTIONS. MESSRS. QUINLAN, CONDON, AND WEBSTER RETURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 20 August 1891
MESSRS. QUINLAN, CONDON, AND WEBSTER RETURNED. ToE Shire Council elections, which took place on Thursday, resulted, as was pretty generally expected, in, the return of Messrs. J. Quinlan, T. Condon, and J. D. Webster, It was currently stated for, weeks previously that Mr. Donald Underwood had not "the ghost of a show," but in the early part of last week .there. was a considerable change of feeling, and on Thursday morning, as the people from the Muddy Creek streamed into the township to record their votes, some people began to veer round, and it was quite common to hear opinions ex pressed that he would not be very far behind ;. whilst someof his more ardent supporters were prepared to back him for first or second place. Those com petent to judge are of opinion now that if he had spent a day or two amongst the people of. Dropmore, Kobyboyn, and Ghin Ghin, he would have been second or third on the list, instead of fourth.. .All. the candidates, except Mr. Quinlan, declared that they ...
The Yes Sub-Treasury. ACCOUNTS FOR PAYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 20 August 1891
The Toea sub-Tmaz. ACCOUNTS FOR PAYIFT. J. Meade J. W. Johnston CROWN ORANTS FOR DELIVERY. Geo. Stewart H. G. Carver Richard Jeffrey. LE.SES FOR DELIVERY. C. LeIn J. Sorraghan J. O'Connor, jun. J. Williamson W. O'Brien S. L. Robins J. Bryan W. Hicks LE.SRS FOR ELEcr'IOS. IM. J. Ryan S. W. Moore G. Drysdale. M. Leech M. Connan M. Jeffrey M. Templeton C. E. M'Cormick R. Williams 31. A. M'Conmiek LICENCES FOR DELIVERY. C. Dunning Ed. Morgan E. C. Mayger John Green (2) M. Coonan Jno. Corcoran H. Martin J. Doherty A. Minto M. T. M'Cornick W. de 3I. Jeffrey R. T. Bassett . Peter Green W. H. Morgan L. G. Hamilton D. Sloan t. Morriaey : D. Slevia.
THE CASE OF CAPTAIN DUNBAR. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 20 August 1891
TI CASE OF OCAThfl D TEhj. CAPrAIx FREDERICx DUNBAR, late of the Imperial Army, has now reached his eigty-seventh year, and has lived a, life of great vicissitudes. In 1839 Captain Dunbar was invalided home after a long residence in the tropics, the Medical Board declaring that 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 Ciptain Dunmlbr pats 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 hals seen some of the most stirring times: known in these colonies. He has wit" nessed the birth and giowth of the marvellous city of Melbourne, and wnild have been one ofnAustralia's wealthiest residents but for the unfortunate ris carrilage of remittances fromi Europeii the time of the first Gov...
STRATH CREEK & KERRISDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 20 August 1891
STa &Ta* C ZEZ & ZEflJSZSLE. (rnoM OUR OWr CoRRLYSPOSiF.rNT.) TiERE was not's great amount of excite. ment over the municipal elections on Thurs. day last, int the issue of voting papers by Mr. P. Kcnny, or someone on his hehalf, with the names of the other three candidates struck out, caused somewhat of a sensation, as it plainly indicased that the ex-President desired the ratepayers to exclude the local candidate, and plump for himself. The only result of this illadvised action was to make the voters support Mr. Ferguson to a man, and induce many who would have coupled Mr. Kenny's name with his to substitute that of Mr. C. E. Lloyd. The return of Mr. Ferguson at the head of the poll has greatly pleased the residents of this district, and is the best possible proof of the unbounded confidence which the ratepayers place in that gentleman's representation. With reference to your Shire, it is ap parent to the ratepayers at this end of the Shire that, as Mr. Webster has...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 20 August 1891
DR MP'CONaocLz, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, announcer that he has commenced practice in Mansfield, and may be consulted at Mrs. Prcell's Collopy-atreet. -Courier. Save Mosar by sending to Lincoln, Stuart and Co., Limited, 2.38 Flinlers. street, Melbourne, the largest tailoring establishment in the c ey will post to you free on application samples of tweels and instructions for self-measurement. A really good serviceable all - wool suit to measure for 42s. ; try them.--(AuvT.] Advertisements must be sent in not later than 10 o'clock on Wednesday morning in each week ; otherwise their insertion cannot be guaranteed till the following week. Alterations in Contract Advertisements should, if posible, be sent in not later than' Monday morning.
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 20 August 1891
Depsarturo" a ad niva1" of'Mails. ' MAlts close and, rrive at tle ;Yea'Post, Opfce'attheiundermietioziedtl brs:2.. ,sl Cu0r. AT YEA PO O- s1 J A.L P.0.2. dlelbourne.. -ý ,Z 83-' ' 6 Tallarook - ~ 0 Msloosworth . 11 - labrok 1. 11":[ =. Alexandra ! ,.:11", 5 Monrrmndioda,: 12'10 7 Flowerdalo 1210. 1210 M Leish's ·, ..; "12 do··;:( '1 10( a Underwoodos, :.·:lf.. .. ,.. 12 10 ' Dclins .. . ... 12 l°l'G lorba z. .l......1....01.1 0 ' -.CEIYED AT iYEA FPOM- A.M .: P.M.; Tolloro ..o ...ok 11 9 30.'., 1slelliourzqo.,,. ~1110 9 3U0., Doogalook 11 30 M~olesworth b 6 Gobur- - Morriodinidi ··:! ýr!. eý 130 Flcoerdale :ý. '1a 1'0. M"Lessh'a ..10 Underwood's a a I *0 Devlin's j 0 MurhyI a1 Dlnrphy'e,.. ... - 5 1 t
(PER FAVOR EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE.) To the Members and Adherents of the Presbyterian Church, Yea. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 20 August 1891
(E AVOR EDITORB OF TE CnIIRONICLE.). To the Members and Adherents of the Presbyterian Church, Yea. Dear Friends,-In returning thanks last Wednesday evening on behalf of my daughter for the valuable present you have given her, I was so much taken by surprise at the costliness of the present that I am afraid I failed to express all that I intended, and all that should have been said. I there. fore take this opportunity of supplying any defect in my oral thanks. What my daughter has done has been done from love to Christ's cause, for which she never expected any reward but the reward of an approving conscience.' The reward you have given her is truly a magnificent one. Any one of the beautiful articles would. have been ample. But what she values most highly is the love and sympathy that prompted the gift. Hereare jewels of priceless value. 1 have learned since with what heartiness one and all responded to the calL" Mr. R. Andera'n, to whom a special word of thanks is due for the enthus...
"THE MUSICAL MILLER." [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 20 August 1891
",TE MUSICAL XsLLZhe" A SERVICE OF SoNO, under the above title, was given by the choir of the Presbyterian Church in the Shire Hall oni Wednesday, the 12th inst., on behalf of the Sunday School founds. There was a fair attendance of the public. Tie connective readings were given by the Rev. . D. Milne, and after a few preliminary remarks, stating tihe object, the choir opened the service by singing very nicely "Sing aloud unto God." After read ing the first portion of the story, which opens with the miller standing on a circular platform of his mill singing his favorite song, "The Miller of the Dee," when he is accosted by a peddler, or the man with the knapsack, from which the story is taken. A conversation ensues between them, which was afterwards converted into a friendslip that was ulitmately the means of the conversion of the miller's whole family. The various pieces of music interspersed throungh the whole piece were sung very well by the choir. Particular mention may be made ...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 20 August 1891
MIELB?OURINE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Br ELecriuc TELEBGR ?L] 31ELBOtm\r , LAST NXInT. Messrs. W. M'ILWRtcK and Co. report: CHzEEs.-Supplies forward are still very abort for the requirements of the market; good to prime, 61d to 7,d; special lines, Sd. BuTrm.-Pottedl: Prime new weekly, 91d to Ild per lb. Prime spring, fit for couster trade, 6d to Sd; old spring, info. rier, 3d to 5d. Fresh: Good supply, and steady demand at last week's quotations. Best dairies, lIld to Is 11 per lb.; a few favorite brands higher; good ordinary lots, in lump, I(l to 1 ld ; inferior, lower. Eccs.-Plestiful supply, and lower rates ruling--9d fo 0ld per dozen. CARocASE PoRa.-On Friday prime light weights sold at 3d to 3}d per lb.; inferior, 21d to 3d. PoLTRYa.-Turkeys, 6s 3d to 16s per pair; geese7a s; ducks, 4s 6d to S; fowls, 3s to 4s 3d.
Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 20 August 1891
ALEXANDA'M' ROAD' IMEiTOURNE. Ist. 2nd. . lMixdl ixi Alexanran' s.D S. D. A.sL P.M. Road ' : dep.' 7 '5 10 Cathkin ... 0 0 5 0 -- 1 7 5 25 ilolesworth I : 0 9 . 7 1.55' Balh? .. 1, 0 1 3 1 7.45 5 50. Chviot .. 2 1 7 . 76 6r I Yearr. 8 10, 015. I den: 8-251 630" Homewoodl. 313 7. 8-l-8i 64 43 Kerrisdale.:: 4 1 3 3 '1 9 l 7-- .1. Trawool- .l 51 - 00 7 15 '' ? arr,. 9050 7 30 Tllarok ...7 0 4 1 Exp. Exp. Melbourne... 16 311 0, ar. 11 561 9 43 S IELMOUR?IE TO. ALEXAaD11A ROAD. Pass. Pass. n AM P. ,t. Melbourn... t. 2nd. dep., :5 22.. s.D. S. D. Oe 38i Tallarook ... 9 3 . .ee 10 3 825 Trawool "... 10 6 s7.s10'.- 10 55 8 40 Kerrisdale... 11 3 7 6 - 11 15 8 51 Homewood... 12 3. .3 11 33 0 10 m 11 9 25 02 Yea ... 13 3 9 -0 _ dclp P.M. 9'36 Cheviot ... 13 09 313 - 12 :9 49 12 19 Balham .. 14 3.9 6 - 12.3010 0 Molesworth 15 310 3 - 12 l410 15 Ci'thkin ...15 10 3-. 1 10110 40 Alexandra Road ... 16 311 0N arr. 1 25 1055 Change trains at t T.laroek.
FURRED SKINS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 20 August 1891
FURRED SKINS, &c. Messrs. DAusrrr and Courer.?, LxrzED, report on the 12th August: KJABoo AD FuRaE SsK?s.-Prime kan&aroo, large and sound skins, up to3s7d; medium,2s d to2s 6dperlb; small, Is to ls3d per lb.; brush, to 2s per lb.; wallaby, large, up to la I10 per lb.; rabbit skins, firsts, 1Odto l71d per lb. ; do., seconds, 4d to 7d per lb.; inferior and kittens, Id to 3d per b. ; opossum skins, firsts, to 9sOd per dozen; do., seconds, 3s 6d to 4s per dozen; mountain skins, 15s to 2?s per do. ; bear skins, 3s to 4s 6d per dozen.