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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKETS. MELBOURNE, LAST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 27 August 1891
COQ2CZLC MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET; [Br Enter-nuc TraEGenr.] MFI.BOrnxE, LASe N1iCGT. Messrs. W. I'ILwnaCw and Co. report: CursE.--Market firm; good and prime, Gjd to 7td: medium, 5d to 6d. Bs-rria.-Potted: Prime new, 10d to lld; prime spring. 6d to d ; old spring and in ferior. 3d to 3Id. Fresh: Increased supply and market steady at late rates ; best dainies, Is to is Id, a few higher ; good ordinary lots of lamp, 104d to llid ; inferior lower. Ecas.-Sgd per dozen. Po?ritr.-Easier. CaorCASE POR.-On Friday, a large sup. ply ; prime light, 4id to 5]d ; prime heavy, 31d to 31d; iuferior, 2id to 3jd per lb.
DAIRY CATTLE AND PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 27 August 1891
DAIRTY CGA LE AND PIGS. M Ess. Anrsrr AND WI.soN report: DasmT C.vrre.-(21st August): There was only a medium supply yarded, the majority being of an inferior clas. Any thing good brought avery satisfactory price. We quote :-First-lass and good cows, with calves at foot. from £8 15e to £13; medium and inferior, from £6 5s to £2 10s; springers, fat and dry cows, sold at satis factory prices, all being keenly competed for. The same may be said about young stock. Pm MART.-l-20th August): There was a very heavy supply, which was a trifle over requirementa; consejuently prices were not so good as late. This applies to all classes of pigs. We quote fully id per lb. lower all round on last week's quotations.
VICTORIAN MOUNTED RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 September 1891
CaTrAO M'Lmsa fancas us with a few more partieiriirabaot the movements of the Vic torian Maonted Itifles Team in England. He writes from the York Hotel, Albeiinarle Sttreet,.l?ndon;,anderdate July 5:-" Two of the:team, Cookaon and Mawby, have started for Anntralia, and will be home long * before you receive this. - The others are prrctiiung the Rifle Mfatches at Bisley. TIe meeting eoonences on the 14th inst. SWdare sendkig a team for the Lloyl-Lind. * ay, and may stail a chance: I think 'we have 'ahuw theer. As to the o,thermatclles, I am afrid the comepnv will prove too good. I wa tvery much surpoised at the interest taken in shooting here. \Ve llave been made . Jsm'..o-a«eav?bs of nu,'eral of tle LQndon t efa 'Ca. aId 0- ?ntsyi or'o(,f'rteiiteei for " praetiee.-"0 ihaive' bec treatel iwith very -great . ctirtisy 'by most of the clubs, andl, hav) found the"llritish Volunteer ever williag to help us in 'ny way in his power. Thiis s vey gratifying ofcourse, sid :.. think iwe fnily a...
Yea, August 15, 1891. P. Galvin, Esq., YEA CHRONCILE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 September 1891
* ). . . · CYea, Aegostll, 1S91. P. Glvi. Esq., YaE Cmaovc(ICs. 'Der Sir, -a ieply to yer letter.asking -mXe h.I had 'made a statement to MIr. •'Iae'dh .c ntrator, "that you had put a tate?e?tu-in' jour paper of what never ee... i*und,"I heg to "?formyou that such is to.tally icr re ".r. j'Leih adced me if I . • aa. ted.at I had saured the bridgec iit him, and that the G ONICLE had re S ported so. I replied that the Caaoalcuc .was correct, a? d hait I liad made such a .tutemeut,'jed that Ile('Leish) welltnew 'that I had done ao, asd that.on the irst occasiou of my bing'at Flowerdale he had himself measarl ith me. Your report is - perfectly norrect; asl I have much pleasure Y rs Faithfully, W. B. STEUART, Shire Secretary.
THE "CHRONICLE" REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 September 1891
.THEu following cornspondeaice, which ngeds _"no comment frontuahas been heldover for a Sweek owing to pressure on our space during the electlen:'s YEA CHROICL1E, . August 11, 1891. S W. B. Steuart, Esq., Shire Secretary. Dear Sir,-At themeeting of the YeaShire •Co?gcil, on Saturday, let 'Augunt, Mr.. "James M eish~ , contractor, stated amongst other things: W n .1' he spoke to Mr. Steuart about . "what_ eok place at the lost meeting; he re pliedettht a lot of what had been stated in " thi: er had .not occurred at allbut had .been, peit in by the Editor, of the Caoaoscra. Now, as thisis the first time, during the whole of my Press career, extending over ..many yearn,. that iach an accusation has been brought against me-and as & Judge of . the'Shpresie Court once did me the hoior of incorporating'my'report of an intricate . case in his gtes, and did so hoopen court; ?rihthe. approval, of the lawyers on both. sides-I woould -itei nos if there is any truth in the stainiment mad...
Goods and Parcels at the Yea Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 September 1891
Gols wa Parcls at thae 1i ZaI Tnz following is a list of the goods and parcels awaiting delivery at the Yea Rail way Station on Wednesday morning:- Davey, M'Kay, T. Wilson," Williamson, Perry and Petch, Miss G. Johnston, Carison, W. Anderson, Colwell, Stewart, M'Cristal PARCELS. Clerk of Courts, Miss Brady, Davern. M'Leish (Murrindiidi), Oates, Cunninghaml Still, Brown, Blake, M'Kenzie and Eergusoon Father Brady, M'Ppherson, Colwell, Evans Collins, Ievlin. Whiteman. SeAers in the Tea-tree Gold Mining CoJ, pany were quoted on the Stock Euchang Melbourne, on Saturday, at So. buyers, 7s. sellers. FIrrY-Tsar deaths of persons who had attained or exceeded the age of 75 years occurred in Melbourne and suburbs last month. Poser-omc Sixvos' BaKs have, en istablished at Gobur had. Kilmore Eut Railway Station. -.
DEATH OF SIR CHARLES MACMAHON. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 September 1891
DIATZ 0O Sm OCEARLES •XMAX0=T. A'lra.?Ur was received in Ye.on Satnr day, apprising the relatives ofid?. Charles MacMahon,. formerly Speaker of the Vic torian Leginlative.Assei bly, of hisdeath, at his residence. George.atreet, East Melbourne, on Friday evening.. He was bor o nmagh, " ooatj. Tyrone, Inrland. n I 18t, came to Australia early in the fifties, and settled in Melbourne. In 1853 he was appointed to a position in the' police force, andl. was fot' some time inspector of police in -Melbourne, and subsequently hief commiioner. In 1861 he was elected to reprent West Bourke in the third Parliamers of Victoria, and after an absence of three years was again elected in 1866 for West Melbourne, which he continued to represent foran almost uninterrupted period of 20 year. In 1871 he was elected Speaker, which position he held for several years, but in 1886 he finally retired" from political life. The deceased gentleman was twice married. His first wife died many years ago while on a...
RATES OF POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 September 1891
... .' ` TEs I . O '1?OSTAGE To ll places heyold t'- Australidii Colonee.i (British fNo ;Guinea; Fij , and ,Poset-cards. t the, Uifi?d i:riigdr~ "2d. Oin letters to New South,, Walpo, Sootn' Aust'li; i, Qaenland;' Tasiop , New Zealand, Fiji;i BriftiG NeCuinea, and New Hebridesi-2d: jper half-ounce; od. perronc? , being .formerl : charedd.' Regiotration of,letters+ poehets, parcels,. &., addressed to ail: acs, 3d., in addi tion to the ordinary rate of potse. - -.h:tlsiTi I Owring repiesontýtiOni mnadd hyImperial Godvcrncd it ioa'beci decided t'rrestrict, for the present; tho, reduced ite.(2?d) of foreign postge to the United'Kingdlom bnly, and as regards ll other countries ,to revert to the charges made prd?eoeo to the Ist January, 1S91, until after the Postal Cohnress to be held in Vienne. in May indxt.:
THE YEA C.E. PARSONAGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 September 1891
"THE YRA C.E. PARSONtAGE. TO ?T. EDorrOE WrO C ? KOtICLE Sm,--No one can help admiring the pretty rilý .which now erowna the church hill, shortly to be oceupied by the Roman Catholic clergyman. It is a credit to the Roman Catholic community, and speaks well for their energy and liberality. I hope Father Brady will live long to eijoy it. It is to e hoped that English .Churchmen will soon be stirred up to build a suitable residence for their clergyman. The present slab parsonage is nothing short of a disgrace to the largest if not the wealthiest congre gation in the town. I am quite sure that if the board of guardians were to take vigorous steps it could soon he replaced by a decent house. Some of' nus ladies feel like standing for election at the next annual meeting, that is if the roles of the church allow it. so apathetic do the men guardians seem to be. Hoping this will set the ball rolling and thanking you in anticipation, I am, &c., ENGLIStIVO3IAN.
Railway Time Table. ALEXANDRA ROAD TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 September 1891
lsllt. 2rtd, lIf 7, M3d Min Alexandra, &D. l: ý. ' '-". Road ;.. -:o Catkio' 08ý0 72o;5,2 .Molewoh' 1 '40 0 9 - i, 7 13a1 rn. 11011 3 7 45j 50 Ch'dviot 2 4 17 5 t6 1 Ya a'i:' ' 'a0" io vDJ., ... Trawool 0 1 31 - 9"11,13 Tallaroak .. 4 7 01 4' Ol Rp. loGa *1 I'dep; 10.2083. Melbourne... 10 311 0 arr. 11 9:43 3rLE aouusn To AT~iL LOWA ROAD.'i 1\clb'irne... lst. 2nd dep 7 '5t2. Tallarook 0 0 3 ;,C~r-" r~ dten. 0. S 25 l~ome0ood. bj9, Ka.rh: 6 .:· ~f rr.. r11o 5 9, Yca .,33 l dqo. .ai. 0: Chen Ioot .,13 0 9 3 - 12 " 9 ]3oh~1 ..,3 111 0, 6 - 1.)w lo 1 M.ckoworth :110 1L 45j1011" CAtr'ai .15 0,10 3 I 1¶Ofl0 R-adl. .:.118 .3111 0 r. t 1 2_510 35 .aauo trains ot Tatlaoaok.a',
Departure and Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Yea Chronicle — 3 September 1891
oDoartoo end AndvN1 o .·Xa ls MArLS close ond arriveo:pl tlj'heYe )Yost Office at tltec, ndermentiegc, 1tsoaes: emosae' ra- " A P ·F.m: - Mlelbourn-... 1 bloleoworth ... '.,. ! 4 " .111 Yarck ,t1 "i: .;' 11 Alexandra... . IL nrrinnrindi I. .I'310 Flower dale . '12 10 = rM'Leish's 12 10 Underwond's' "'1" 10 ;t.4 Deviiasatui.:·! ·' isi,".'` "rr''1'.0 r Holden'a ,8- tar' - 12 IOJ 's ?dn1r hya £ 4i.,l210 "ei' lran ' I 1130 'Doogalooki 1130 - Gnblltnrirdc! 7 .- · I 30 Pa 'T)llolesr p - __ _ Yarcl tL ,Alexace'ra. , 4 0 _6 '\lnurnndrindi 'di+ - ' : 1 3d Flnnerdale_ a,^ .1,30 Underwnnod'n ":i: LII; l /-'; +c 1 30' D~vhn a 130 .Devlin's .. - 47 3 Iolden's . i .e. u - 1 3 Muriphy'sn ... 11 i ri 11 A0. ;`J' i'rH ;.+r:0. i;. In-i