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Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 27 August 1891
Da0ptrro anb rival of 'ail" A ýlAU~s, clewandannae at the "YeaPont, Office'atthe uederniientionnnd1 honr: , CLOSE AT' EA E;rOnt":' A.aM P.M. MIellionrne ,1 T 8:; '!-, i'B-.ii..: : j 'l GO, I Tallarolck.i&: ' ri l ',·i" :8. v J b Dodgaldok ri. Moleswort (lober v?.: '''.'' 'rl1 t Xarck 11 .1: Alexandra :I. M1urrindindi 12 Flenerdale l.u21f Underweed'a' 5a l'10 a 3 Devli' 1' 10 I lolden'a. . '12 10 Murphy'.s.. 12 1i rECEIVEO1 AT YEA MOM-l A.M'. P.M. llaoe . ~,1 113 0030 Doogeloeol I1**: .,1'..,11.30 -'"1 MIlesweorth (soer tel...., ',,,1s~~tB~ L.. : Mulrnadinli ,, .30,.: Flowerdle. .. a..- 1 30 M ahe alc 130. Underwaood' 1 30 Dealsn . ... e 1 30 Holdcu'see l 1 lurph s. "J - 30'.
YEA DAIRY FACTORY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 27 August 1891
TEA DAMr, ACTORaT COM P YaT. A .maeENs of slareholders was held on Tuesday to adopt articles of association, elect directors, and transact other business. There was a large attendance, including- Messrs. E. S. Purcell, T. S. Scale, J. M'Cornmick, J. Quinlan, C. Anderson, J. Bett, R. Drayton, R. Williamusn, P. W,. Conlan, . .M'Cristal, P. Galvin, J. Aldous, - Jas. Dryalale, H. Burness, J: C. Sander, Rev~ 1). Milue, S. De sour, D. Ferguson, a: d W. Wilson. On-the motiord -Mr. Scale, seeded -by Mr. M'Cormick, the chair was taken by Mr. Sanders. Mr. Purcell (Hen. Secretary) read the; memorandum of association, which was adopted, on the- motion of Mr. Scale, seconded by Mr. M'Cormick, and ordered to be registered forthwith. The Chairman asked for an expression of opinion as to the qualification of directors. Messrs. M'Cristal and E?tt thought that it should be open to any sharehohlder whether he held 10 or 100 shares, to go on the.. directomte. Itwas the emas, not theahare, :." they want...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 27 August 1891
Ss?.-I have noticed from time to time.the term "white elephant" applied by Cr. Webster to that very handsome and useful ?nilling. the Yea Free Library. From such an. intelligent and world-of.knowledge man as he, I am astonished at him not apprec. ating such an institution. I qumstion very much if you will find another town with such an old and enlightened representative of the ratepayers as Cr. Webster, who took such little or no interest in helping to erect. such a valuable and ornamental building. I. would be more creditableLto Cr. Webster if, instead of erying.it dowhn, he would help those who are struggling to make ita success. No doubt, it must be very annoying to village politicians when such an institution becomes a success, in which they decline to take an active part bet a noble mind would not Ib guided by such paltry feelings. In conclusion, I would suggest thatCr. Webster, as a town prstative of the ratepayers. shr;uld consider it his duty to assist in mak. ing the Yea Fr...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 27 August 1891
LZ?".=Z TO Tý " fITO,. Smn,--I see by your valuable paper that the municipal yards will be open this month, and I wish the project every success, as I don't see why Yea should be behind other districts in the way of stock markets. Our neighboring township, Alexandra, has, through the energy and ability of the finn of Messrs. Geo. Whiting and Son, a real good market. So go ahead, Yea. As my neighbors and myself have frequently din. cussed the merits of the differeot finrms who are likely to sell in the yards, there is one firm amongst others that we would decidedly like to see in the municipal yards at Yea, knowing well that it would be a benefit to all conee?ned. The firm I allude' to is Messrs. Gen. Whiting aml Soni. of Alex andra, who are as well and favorably known throughout the whole district. The sales maa .for the firm. Mr. W. H. Whiting, has few superiors, if any equals, in the colony as a salesman, and I tr~st to see. him figuring at the municipal yards in Yes, which engut ...
LOYAL YEA LODGE, M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 27 August 1891
LO??.aL TE LODa), LV?.Ot.O.. THE first anniverslry of the Loyal Yea Lodge. M.U.LO.O.F., was celebrated by a ball at the Yea Shire Hall on Thursday night. Last year, when the Lodge was opened, there were only 15 members on the books. Now thereare 48 financial members, anl half-a dozen more will probably be initiated at next ileeting of the Lodge. It is no wonder that the brethren felt a little proud of their success, aml desired to cele brate it in such a manner that lady friends mold participate in the general rejoicings. The hall was very prettily decoratel by Broas. . Dessour, C. S. M'IKy, T. Hanley, I. Oates, and E. Smith, jun.; while the tables were most tastefully laid out by Mrs. Dessourand the Misses M'Kay, J. Drysdale, Oates, and Roberts (Melbourne). Amongst the visitors were Bro. G. D. Thomas,. Cor responding Secretary of the Port Phillip District, and Bra. Creighton, N.lG. of the Mount pleasant Lodge, Alexandra. The C.S. was met, on arrival by the 9.'30 p.m. train, by the ...
SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 27 August 1891
LIDDEN DIATI. YheTERDAY morning one of the oldest reli dents of the Yea district, 31r. John O'Connor, sen., of Mnrrindindi, was foundi dead in the Royal Mail Hotel, wher be had slept the previous night. A few days ago the deceased left home, with the intention of proceeding to Melbourne, but when he got as far as Tallarook he changed his mind, and went on to Seymour instead. After a short stay there he returned to Yea, and had been about the township for a day or two previous to his death. He went to the Royal Mail Hotel late on Tuesday night. and on Wednesday morning he got up and had breakfast, after which he went into the bedroom where he and Mr. Erskine IBruce had slept on Tuesday night. Abont an hour afterwards be was found in a sitting posture on the bed, with" his head hanging. down, and apparently dead. Dr. Lang was im mediately sent for, "and did all that was poasible to restore animation, but all to no parpose. Mr. W:; Shodgrss' rolde np to Mrmindtndi, and informed the dec...
Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 27 August 1891
R a 341way Tiio "Table. -ALEXANDRtA ROAD~ T6 0150D.\L 1 :At let: 2nd. 1:%r Mixdj Mid Road "i",-, 5de.1 -51 .0 Cath 0-in .. 81 0,15 ifl 2 .5:251 Hoamewood.. 3`01 7 - 8 4 6 4. oem.ada 4ý0.33 3 7. 1 lTraool . t: 311" C 9 20 7 l1 j 'Hfnrar. '950 7 3 Tallarook. 7 q Exp. ,E Mielbiourne:: I316 =O arl 0 11 5b1 9.' Passl Paso :. I A.M . 5 Melbourne.: let ?n , dep. 7 401 . S.! S.D ark 9557 Tallarook t,%1 63 l . . I' ., 1 !17 1 . e,: loep i 0: S,51 Trawool . 10 6 7 0 -10 5518'401 Kerrimdalo' 111 1, I 6 I-111 8 54 ]Iomernod.,d 12 '$ 3 11 3:1 010 µ I(a~r2 11'55 925, era ... 13 b o - ,u ~dep row' 9-35 Cheviot ..13 .9,9A 12,5 9 49 12'1 Iluuihao .14. 390 LG ;- , 12^ 0 Mloleoworth 13 3j10 12 451 15 ,Catmkin 15 b03 1 10'1040 Alexaudra Road 16 3'll 0 ar 1 2oJ10 5. Changs trains at 7lot arook
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 27 August 1891
M3ELBOURNE CATTLE MAPRKET. FAr Suee.-The sopply was a moderate one, only 21,000 having been yarded, which consisted chiefly of middling descriptions, with a small proportion of prime. Best lots of merinoes were not so prime as last week's yarding. For those suited to trade require. ments prices ruled Gd per head higher, while second and inferior descriptions were dull of sale at about late rates. Very few cross. breds yarded. Prime crossbred wethers from 17s to 19g; prime crossbred ewer from 14s to 17s; prime mierino wethers from 14s 16s: good do. do. from 12s 6d to 13s Gd; middling do. do. from 10s to lls; prime merino ewes from 10s to 12s. Far Lxscs.-4,500 were penned; best descriptions were in fair request at last week's rates, while other sorts were dull of sale, but no material alteration in values can be quoted. Prime bold at Ss 6d to lOs; extratolos6d; good, from Gs 6d to7sGd; others from 4s 6d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 27 August 1891
;; a mfaratioa . PREPARING SKINS AND BARK FOR MARKET. Tan following useful hints are given in a: circular by Messrs. Younghnsband and Ca.: OrossUe SKs.--Peg out as square as possible as soon as the skin is taken off, and ~at in the shade to dry. When thoroughly , pack far to fr, then place in sacks or ea, andt avoid crumpling the skins. Swu'sesas.-When the skins are taken oflf they should be dried in the shade by, being thrown either across a fence or a wire. peltnup. The trotters should not be cut off until the skin is nearly dry. In cases where damage is likely to ensue, either by reason' of long distance the consignment has to come or weevil, &c., they should be painted withi the fluid, the preparation of which, with diuretions as to its use, are given below. When thoroughly dry, the skins should be made into bundles, all packed the one way up, and any folds should be with the woolly side outwards. The bundles should be securely fastened, and one of our labels affixed to ...
THE CASE OF CAPTAIN DUNBAR. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 27 August 1891
iEE CASE C07 CA7TA=DT BDAE. CAPrAIN FREDERICK DUNsAR,. 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 inalarial 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 arid growth of the marvellous cityof Melbourne, and would have been ore of Australia's wealthiest residents but for the unfortunate mis carriage of remittances from Europe at the time of the first Gov...
YEA SHIRE COUNCIL SATURDAY, AUGUST 8. Mr. Lingford reported as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 27 August 1891
TEA SEZEE COONCZL. SATURDAY, AUGST 8. Mr. Lingford reported as follows: "I have the honor to report foryour in formation that considerable damage has been done throughout the Shire by the recent floods. I have had the damages re paired wherever possible by day labor. : "Tho embankment over O'Connor's Flat has sustained serious injury, about one-third of it having been washed away, the flood water having made a clean breach of it in three places and washed offthe gravel ; also, the guard fence on the down stream side. I await your instructions as to what steps I shall take towards the repair of this road. To lilace it in the same condition as before will cost at least £250. I cannot, however, recommend this expenditure, as the work will never stand a flood. " The embankment leading into the town ship on the- Molesworth-road has .been washed away i$ placet and the approaches to the bridges damaged. I hava had the approaches made up and the road temporarily repaired. I recomniend that ...
TATONG AND SWANPOOL DAIRY FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 27 August 1891
STATONGO.ANIDSWANPOOL - DAIRY FACTORY. A ' zaact-'eeting of farmers interested in the forisation:of a butter factory for the Tatoug, Samaria, Moorngag, and Swanpool'districts was-held recently at the Public Hall,-Morngag. Mr. T. Harrison occupied the chair. - .The Chairman said the meeting had been called to further consider the matter brought up at former meetings. On this occasion they were honored with the presence of Messrs. J. B. Higgin, 'J.P., and: T. Mitchell, of the Thoona factory, who would give them information regarding the matter. He would not detain them any longer,:but at once call upon Mr. Higgis. - Mr. Higgins said it gave him great pleasure to he present at. the meeting. 'Mr. James Redding paid the Thoona fadtdry a visit a few days ago for the piirpose of obtaining information about. starting the factory at Moorngag. Mr. Redding worked very hard,' and came away, he thought, with a pretty clear idea of what had to be done. He came there that day because he thought' h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 27 August 1891
T.- C. WADDELL, Y ? EMPIRE STORE, High Street, Yen. All e desciptionseof t:ROGERII.S, IRONIONGERY, &., ae., :DRAPERY and -MILLINERY In great variety. lrthB CLOTIoINa . Measres tken ct. -"t aidperfect fire jbrainrleed . LADIES'. GENTS, and CHILDREN'S - BOOTS and SHOES. MAGIC SOAP. MAGIC SOAP. -' No rubbing required. Agent for Northern Fire and lie Assurance Company. Capital, £3,000,000. Music! Music! Music ! Agentior.W. H. Glen and Co., Music Sellers. Agent for Estey Organs, 12 to 120 guineas. Also Several Makersof Pian ' TsrE PArxssr. Send for Circulars and Prices. A bl ificent Stock of WALL PAPER. FANCY GOODS. T C. *Waddell, EMPIRE STORE, YEA. . W. P. SIER, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, BEGS to announce that he has taken aver the Businmss for some time carried on under the style of "SicE BRs.." and hopes for a continuance of the patronage extended to the late finn. Costomers are requested to pay all their Accuants to me as speedily as possild. All Receipts ill have to be signed by m...
The Yea Chronicle. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Yea Telegraph. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1891. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 27 August 1891
• ' 8',le ' ?l!¢a Cht i xct F . F WITI. WHJIIC I INGOROIUTED PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY: a .THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1891. . aWS AND l OTES. -TR. long-delayed openiagof the Mansfield d line fixed'for,tlhe 15th'f next month. r Coutr.I.oSr of wholesale dog poisoning are made in Seymour. IT is notified in the Gazette that five Rifle Clubs, including Yea, have been disbanded. : T.?z as" are called for the erection of a new police-station at Doon. H. M. STANLE.Y leaves for Australiaonthe 2nd of October, and will lecture in the 1 principal towns. 1 . To-oaonow a Local Land Board will sit i at Yea, and a number of town sections will be offered for sale at the Court-house. Ma. J. M'N?str., Clerk of Courts at Kil more, has been appointed Clerk of Petty Sessions at Broadford, where Courts will be held every Monday. •-eSlsR. A. I. Moon, Alexandra, and C. P. Williams. Broadfonl. have been appointel Commissioners for Taking Affidavits and Declarations. To-ony the election for the late Mr. Wil kinson's...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 27 August 1891
Chru'ch Seralve. 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 Molesworth in the afternoon. Mr. J. T. Daley at Ghin Ghin in the afternoon. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, YEA. T HE Rev. D. MILNE will conduct Divine Service (D.V.) in the above Church next Sabbath at Yea, morning at II o' clock, and in the evening at 7. In the afternoon at Homewood, at 3 o'clock. V. R. Govornmeat Mvorgaomn t ENGINE-DRIVERS' CERTIFICATE. N OTICE.-Applcatlons (to be accom A.5 paniedbyn feeof ll.)tobe Examined in Melbourne in OcTOBEnu ?Er for Certi ficates as Engine-drivers under the Mines t, 1590. and the Factories and Shopo Act, 1S90, will be received until the 20th SErrpr. ItER NEXT, addressed to the Secretary for Mines, Melbourne. Applications will be recived from candi. dates lesirous of being examined in country districts up to 30th SErrEMBER NEXT. Intending canlidates can obtain forms of application aund copies of reg...