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LOCAL REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 September 1870
LOCAL 1ELPI'ITih?N .lAIVVA. The inhahitani oif Glllburnix: .shs,ul! at feel very gr . t.: o f thei' h, n1,r~ r?.elit the.,I f tl'.. - V .*', , . road made iin t ipi.,. It Wi: .. t , them late)ly q ,,...,i ', i;, , .:, p, I t Board to wri.c ., : . them to min; . 1 ý .. ' n fr ., i \ u' to the Dry rc rClw* i :i; .. n , Strack leading i 't r ju l "a.' nr ' t ii:: ueuimber who i)cp ..t, ini . - .. , representaiive rel'ferredl I, li. .' : S acting th o was IJ or Iii 0,;',i t i ' ;. i I the burg II sesses of l;i1i.'. t .i ill. I L honor of havi:ng hi.. :" il, ' ,f 11 h ir i' ''rp seniit tives. 13v b:viing the ro.ld it i iill Ih, direction hbe propo.s a Ioist a:ll trlliic wull I be cut off fromi] the " old townshipj ;' for n 1t t 11 single per~Son, I believe, frol the north rlli 1 side of the Willowniavin toll gate would pb1c bring their prodlnee to the Klililore St.ation tu L if they should havo to come as far as the. " new township." An d no matter what part ld of the " new township" it ...
OUR MAD REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 September 1870
OUR MAD REPORITER. Well, I admit that I am altogether a bad character, subject to most vices-even that of drunkenness. Yet, though fond of the " liquid fire," I have enough self-respect left to keep sober at stated periods. My readers of course are aware that I am not one of those hypocritical, long-faced, sanctimonious individuals who are opposed to all kinds of rational amusement or recreation. I do not even set my face against dancing, provided it is carried out in a proper and respectable manner. But I do think (albeit my moral notions are not of the finest description) that one requisite of a gentleman attending a Quadrille Assembly, is to be sober. Ift he cannot keep from the drink, let him keep from the dance. It is a pity to see our frst SAssembly of the season polluted by the pre sence of one or two of those "imbibers." and I trust that the next time they will see the advisability of "sleeping it out" at home instead of at the Assembly Hall. " Hang out our banners on the ou...
MELBOURNE CRIMINAL SESSIONS. Friday, September 16. PERJURY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 September 1870
CRIMITNAL SESSIONS. at Sidda, September 16, SIi i,43 Groves nBP, g i was charged with having com- lea dcorrPtu Perjury. et T, ae deItended th prisoner, o l stbrp l eatde o avye been committed a: 41yg 0o e lha Ummons, in the course a C4,11 that he never told any ic at dig to the proaecuttr ul I odVthe fir me, goods from a man athat h asof fill and Groves; and the eac 1 B0illas well as Grovew" eas Rommened agit "1 Hill," tb 1 Oered for tho plain:if, t ced htIh prisoner clai!ned the t and ded t h had represented ii, andgl 'al was t le perjury The jury returned a verdict of "Not Guil!t," and the prisoner was discharged. OBTAINING MONEY Y Y ALBE PRETENOES. Joseph Israel and Joseph Solomon were charged with having obtained L7 10a from one John Johnston by false pretences. They were defended by Mr Aspinall and Mr Mol sworth. On the 6th September the prisoners called at a store kept by Johrston, at Tallarook, a few miles north of Kilmore. They saw Mrs Johnston, told her they had some good t...
HEATHCOTE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 September 1870
flE ATHiCOTE Aceordine to the Times, the following prices ra lor colnoial produce at lIebthetl e : Flour L12 to L12 10. per tan Wheat '. 6d to 4. 9ch per bushel OGat 3a Gd to 4. do Cape Farley 2s (id to 3ea U1 do Maize~ 7e do 1dran is Od do P'ollard 1 3d do PotttoPs £5 per ton tIay £3 to £4 do Olaff L5 to £6 do Bllfter crood freal,) Is Zd per lb LEgd l? oer dozen -0
Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 September 1870
-h y A special general meeting of members of is the Kilmore St Patrick's Society was held rs on Thursday evening, for the purpose of e, further considering the code of proposed general laws for the establishment of a Dis it trict. The vice-president of the Society oc. y cupied the chair. After , carefully reading e through the proposed rules they were ,d adopted with slight alteration, and a resolu l tion was unanimously passed affirming the desire of the Kilmore St Patrick's Society to join Melbourne for the establishment of a District. The Kyneton Guardian, speaking of colo nial bred entires at the show held on l'hurst day in tLat town, s-ys'"a great improvement ,e was manifested in Mr Macnamara's Match less, and very general regret was expressed is that he was about to be lost to this district a by being taken for service to Murchisou and the Goulbnurn." Some time back a public meeting of the inhabitants of Kilmore was called, and a " number of volunteers came forward to es ' tab...
Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1870. ARRIVAL OF THE WONGA WONGA WITH EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN NEWS. WAR BETWEEN FRANCE AND RUSSIA. SYDNEY, Tuesday. LATEST WAR INTELLIGENCE. MAYLENCE, Aug 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 September 1870
?r'UaIsaED 'Trnas?AY MOSNING. THURSDAY, SEPTEMIBER 22, 1S70. ARRIVAL OF TIE WONGA WONGA WITH EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN NEWS ul---- --- WAR BETWEEN FRANCE AND PRUSSIA. (From The Argus. SjDiny, Turesdy. 00 LATEST WAR INTELLIGENCE. Ibin 1 ,AYENE, Aug 0. or The French have commenced their retreat , a towards the centre line. Saarbruck has . been retaken by the Prussiars. Generals Ib Frankeechy and Heuter were wounded in a Il Sconcurreut fight west of ,aar'bruck. Hun- P ir dreds of French pri-oners were taken. The ; I loi on both sides is very heavy, including t many fffc ers, and General BIaze was ii 'r louaded. SLoNDos, A ig 7. , .11 the I;.-we. ;are retriev:ble. Tie Empe fr The I'mroneh H ti u wiuau ia stated at 'f Sl'tu on in his l s?i lcli says \v M hcMlon it interrupted. rd B $tLIN, Aug 7 SIThe Emperor i s withdrawn his troops, ~ oand is concentratiing Ia li flor the dtle'ence of PuL1r1is The losses of t_ lrench arc enor- b tnuis. I le Freu.r'h attempted to minae a (i staoi ne;r Speihd...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 September 1870
ESaGLISHI EXTRACTb; (From the European )Mail.) TIlE KINx or Bos?xr.--Some time since we noticed the arrival in Liverpool of his sable majesty, George Pepple, King of Bonny accompanied by his brother, ' Prince" Charles. The king put up a third rate temperance coffee house in Liverpool, and in a due time he was '"interviewed" by one of e the local reporters, who found the king as dark as ebony, and came away with a very small opinion of African royalty in point of politeness, dignity, or even bare civility at all times and in all places. The king, how 1 ever, was perfect master of one part of the business of diplomacy-concealment. He e curtly declined to afford any information as to his probable stay in this country-where lie received a slight education a few years r ago-his general object in coming here, or any other particulars which it might be supposed that so potent a personage would be willing to convey to the public. Not that the monarch was at all difficult of ac cess, or that...
DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, September 14, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 September 1870
IJALMAIiOY CAMPBELL AM) CO'S REiPORT. Melbourne, September 14, 1870. Far CAT1I1 -ll.noy eunpJly enIcredI, via 1700 hbi-d, 120 I with sold to-day at a reduntinn 01t lO P; r Inred on asa' wrek's rates, anl a greater fall would lave Itaen p1 ct h d it nit heen for the cornpe'iioni (if tie meat pr'eerving companies. Nearly all of those pe'nnted were long journey etttle, and we iaee egsin to reiy rt h}lving Malie tl.e hicllt itverag8e for a crat . of Mlr Arehibald BlHck's, from Ceimperentrr, aliieIt to heed £'8 ron' d, the top puns bring hbuugt by Mlr eitrvo Bieg el'. of a 'sutton street ti £9 12' 6 . W: l rt't--- Batt hp,f frotel :Or to 224 t ; p r 1.0 .l-~i d,, r" 17: 61 ; ally heave solt 127 ba'4 , 4I f . ¶lr trt i',tilii 13 at, 1s chbore. Far (1't.S.- h I ieu il.ly of C.I&IF tI t m "rliere' t-'it , r. I) io in (i"-,;e. d at anid n~ti'tte of 5.SI r FAr hIi ta'.-12Ž31 '1rd.,'- pr' it~t c~lv me ut tit 1III Iv i:l ir Oilt, ot h oJ '1). Ct: I' iJ +i . r -I nil nit Qivtlt~rl e) n:U...
PERAMBULATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 September 1870
- PERAMBULATOR. e I will not apologise for my nlegligence i- during the past few weeks. I don't like apo. e logies, for if a man once begins to make them o too much is continually expected. Better, a 1 think, at once bow myself off the stage than occupy a position so humiliating as that t o! offering an apology. 4 The importance of the news which I have t this week to im part cannot be over estimated and, it I Lave been laxs n my auty lately, d will compensate for any shor:comings which t ou may have to complain of. Prepire then d for something particuliarly startling. Gentle public, screw up your courage to its strongi a est point, for what I am about to relate a will effect all more or less .A great comumner' - cial crisis is at lh:ind, but tearing a panic mayv s be created by my too stddeniy lyiung bare 0 a matter which is of such vital iminorta?nc,, I Smiuut break the news miore gialyv. \Vil, e several of our public ollicers were in iMcli t bourne 1. tely. matters of great min ;...
EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF FORGERY AND FRAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 September 1870
EXTAOR.DIZNARY CASE OF FOR QERY AND FRAUD. (From the D'tylesford Mercury) George Patrick M. Leonard, who styles himself" M.A. Dublin and Melbourne Uri. versities, late Lieutenant 11th Regiment of Horse, Turkish Contingent," and has been committed by the local bench for trial at the rexst Castlemaine Circuit Court for forging certain documents ,rith intent to defraud the Board of Education, is unquestionably one of the boldest imitators of other men's signatures thut have figured in the criminal records of this colony. The case against the prisoner is of an extraordinary nature. The sceuo of Leonard's caligraphic exploits is the Dry Diegings, a small township four or five miles from Daylesford, where in the year 1865 he procured an engagement as head teacher of Common School No 725. So far as appears by the testimony in the police court, he did not attract the unfavorable notice of the Board until August, 1868, when he was disqualified as a public teacher, for falsifying the rolls. T...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. M. M' AW AND ANOTHER, REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 September 1870
MELBOURNE PRODUCE 1IARKET. ]M. M' AW AND A5oroaE, REPORT For the Week ending 1Ith September, 1870: Buinert in the Pruduce markets has not sxhibi:ed mlucii ,Ieitily during the psrt week. Flour has been dealt in by the tra'e to s:nme little extent, at price varJyiig Iron £12 5E to £12 1?s, the latter lfiure is en outsiro or,", and ran only be obtained for the very blat well known brands. For reheat ther., has bee. rather a better demur d, and prices h..ve slightly ad. vuIerd, for a neediun sample we obtained 5s 6d, and 5. 8;d for a first claes parcel. Oats are in rather betttr r, quott, the rates real:sed t,-day show aun ctraCee of n:arly 21 on ln?t week's q o ati:tns. Melting barley is very dull. rwe cannot qimute ovar 4s to 4s 3,i for the very te,t Victorian grvnu. Old potted butter iU very du.l at low rates, 31 to 5d b, ing rulig prices; while fir new made Gd to 7d is oentnhtublj ; Ifr sh bringing up to 8d. Cicetse iwa .n h,.ri supply, all.orward was eagetly taken up at t? adva to ...
KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, Sept. 16. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 September 1870
KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, Sept. 16. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq, P.M.) Matthew Gardiner, on a charge of drunk. enness, was cautioned and discharged. William Fleming v. James Breene; for £2 12s Gd. Dismissed without prejudice William Alexanaer v Joseph Dunlop. for LG 11s 3d, wages. Dismissed without prejudice. Anderson v Waitt, for 13s, work and labour. Order for amount and costs. Monday, September 19. Before George Hadson, Esq., J P. Thomas Brown, charged by Constable Graham with being drunk and disorderly, was discharged with a caution Tuesday, September 20. Before John Fynn and Geo. Hudson, Esqs., Js.'P. Thomas Hookey v. Charles Vernon, for L1 19s Od. Verdict for amount ana 2s Gd costs Leonard Stimson v. Charles Prosser, for L13s. Settled James Beasley v Donald Cameron, for LG 15s. Settled.
SANDHURST [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 September 1870
SAlDttIUST Mee?ra L M'Pnereon and Co report-The BsuPli'a of printed bu ter and chpese were only moderate this weet, but ttoek-rp.a;s and dcalers have such large 5'OCe+ on hand that no alteration of any conceq lenec. Sc n'rr'd in the rates qo?oted lMt week, a'y from 7dj to 13d ?,rrlb; cheese, 6d to 8.1; b?ont, Gi to 81 hoam, no .alao; potatoes. £3 15i to L4 104. 6i , rw. B"nsaon and M'Loaky report-On Th'irseAa butsinfss eta very n or suspe:aied, again. We h wcr,.r disoene of a few pant of pigs which had bren I rught from 6 long diseance? Medium draught *t ,., has been eare:', and the ,ame n ?iy he said of -,o d light harues horses and h eks; buyers hve b en i:t the matkit for horaes of the ettrer cla's, price not bdr.ng so muct an ohject as quality a,.d o ndition. Ou qg:olatior,eare for bIary rlrau :ht hores, L35 to L 7 ; u ditrn, do, L20 :o L27; light hrnesfes horses rad ha :ka L5 to L20. Daily Cattle-Ou Thursday a, ee were no first cle?s ct,!le yprded. Small or ?incry caws b.ought ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 September 1870
T. J. G E O G H E G A. N GENERAL DRAPER- AND CLOTHIER' M I L L I N ERY, B O O T S A N D S H O E S -o- -0- Particular Attention devotd to WEDDING, MOURNING, AND MILLINERY ORDERS iJAWJES AND WHOELE ALE BUYERS LIBERALLY DEALT WITH Co --ercial House, Sydney street, Kilmore. Commmercial House, Sydney street, Kilmore.
DONNYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 September 1870
no NYRI OflIi. Y DdIorenman, Donnybrook flour nciila auotO CO l lour, £i? ICs per ton P.ram, IF 4.1 rlyr hbtieol Pol];rJ 1 1 oh r hEwnri K liETON. Pirnr £10 104 V!izL, 5s cu 56 Id IBhan, la Menc4 1 to ' 35d PThirdl, la ld 0:*, 31 Od to 3. 21 ]ye gribs P-rd, Fe to 7e do I'otb~ee, £3 5e 1;Er ton
ARCHÆOLOGICAL AND TOPOGRAPHICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 September 1870
AGO1LIOLOGICAAL ND TOPOGRAPHICAL NOTES. SirBerntrd Bourke, Ulster King of Arms, says in his opening chapters on the vicissitudes of families that an Irish peerage gi.es a very inadequate account altie roIrl and coble blood of Ireland, and that it is in the Austria, French, and Spanish service, and ong the middle cleases, and in the cabin of the Irish peasnt, that search should be made for the ancient regalia. His vicissitudes of families is indeed a rorsneholy theme for the Irish ear, for who can hear unmoved the vicisi'audes and reverses-the decadence and fall-of the O'Connor's, O'Brien's, O 'DJnnrls, yMaguire's, MaecMahon's, Kavanagh's, 'Sullian, O'Byrne's, 0' Poole's, the Fitzpatrick's ad leginnia's, and the ONeills, of whom canamus. Gex aniiuaO fil mullos dominata per annos. O'Neill of the Hostages-Conn-whose high name On a hundred red battle fields has floated to fame; Lot the long grass still sigh undisturbed o'er thy a!eep Ario not to shame us [-awake not to weep. -Old Lament...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 September 1870
ADYERTISEMENTS. Donnybrook and Wallan W:tlln Dietric Road Board. .TENDER S. '" F.NTERS will he received, addressad" ºo the' 1 Cuhir::,:an of the Do-,:ybrook end Wallan Wailtr D)itiact Board, until noon on Tuteday, the 27th iuitenr, for Fnnming and draining ebout one mile of a o e chain road, edj-c.nt to the town ship of Beveridge. SxfG iLatsieis. can be seen at the tifije of the Board ieveri.:g,. JOHN N. KELLY, G::vr' nmr t Contract atd ( Detrieoc REd Surveyor. 8'seiidge, S.p' 12th, 1870. Donnybrook aind Wallan WVallan Distt:ict Road Board. TENDERS, SEDD?.RS will be rece.ved, addrsascd. to the c(Jlti':n'n of the Donnybrook and Wlt.ilan \:al ":i: iUrict Road Board, until noon on Tuesday 27l inat, f r 1) oaine, forming, and pitchbrg certain portions of Csrney's road, in the town abtip.of Beveridge.. Spe.'?i .ii ,ins can hoe eeS at the office of the Board iclvce'idgr. JOHN N. :KELLY; Govt Cont and Dietrnct Rd Surveyor. B3^er Mi:1t, 12-h Sept, 1870' Donnyb:ook and Wallan Wallan Diairict...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 September 1870
ADYE ISiTIJEMENTS, NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that all persons indebted to William Degraves and Co, on account of Kilmore Flour Mills, must pay same to W Hartnell, his agent, on or before 15th October, 1870 All accounts then unpaid will be handed over to a solicitor for collection. W HARTNELL, Sydney street, Kilmorel N LORTH-EASTERN RAILWAY.-TENDERS L -Tenders will be received from persons willing to supply pcs:s and rails, to be delivered on the North Eastern Railway Line, near Kilmore. Particulars at Contractor's offizee, Essendon, or Dry Creek, Kilmore. WAR IN EUROPE. UaTRALASIAIN of September 10 cortains Fk'LEND.LD MAP as suppl meat, ebewing basis of the armies now engaged. FREEHOLD FARMI Of 125a 3r 4p of AIrieultural Lbnd, parish of Bylands MONDAY, 10th OCTOBER. W. L. Sawell H A treceived instructions from Mr Thomas O'Bien, to sell by Auction on the farm, Bylands (near the schoolhouse), on Monday, the 10:h October, at 12 o'clock His Vlual.le Farm of 1251 2r4p, subdivided in...