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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 February 1870

BENALLA.-Impounded at Benallsa bay nare, white spots on back, like M near ho.ulder, 2230 near back t, . 4e chesniit horse, star, hollow back, D near houl der roan mare, of hind coronet white 5 over B off shoul der bay mare, r over 87 near should&, dark bay mare, star, and snip, off bind foot white, JH near shorlder bay filly, str, no brand If not claimed, o to be sold on Feb 23 J WATTS, Poundkeeper. BROADMEA.DOWS.-Impounded at Br~ad meadowr red strawberry and white cow, AM conjoined top of off ribs, piece out of off ear, hoop horns obesnut hore, TL near rump, star, shod, been down on fore knees If not claimed, &a, to be sold on 23rd Feb. W H HILL, Poundkeeper ELPHINSTONE.-Impounded at Elphinston black or brown mare, hog mane, mark on mear knee, aR conjoined near ribs, 1617 of bshoul der groy horse, hurt off shoulder, writing M near shoulder and rump black mare, medium draught, star, like a small '(with half round of a on rieht eidr) off thigh white steer, slit vear e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 February 1870

ADVERTISEME TS, - - BAND OF HOPE EXTENDED QUASTZ MINING COMPANY, Tea Tree Oaeek, near Yea. -. I. THE UNDERSIGNED, William Turner SeCampbell, hereby make Application to Register the "Band of Hope Extended Quartz Mining Come pany (Registered)," under the "Mining Companies Limited Liabi:i:y Act, 1864,': and I do solemnly anud sincerely declare that the following statement iW, to tie beet of my knowledge and belief, true in ?:ery prrtecular, V z.: let-Tbe name and style of the company ise the "Band of H:.pe Extended Quartz Mining Company (Registored)." 2nd--The place of operations is at Tea Tree Creek, near Yea. 8rd-The nominal capital is six thousand pounds (26000), in two thousand shares of three poJunds ((3) each. 4~h-The amount already paid up is three thousand (£8000) pounds. 5th-t-he name of the manager is William Turner Campbell: 6th--The office of the company 'i at 98 Lon dale' street" Melbourne. 7th-Thle names and several reaidenoes of the shareholders, and the number of shares...

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THE TRENTHAM MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 February 1870

THE TRENTHAM M.URDEB. The inquest on the human remains found on the Blue Creek, and identified as those of Eliza Cassells or Eliza Garford, was resumed at South's hotel, Trentham, last week, and resulted in a verdict of wilful murder against the prisoner William Davis, The deceased was a woman-who had evidently-moved in a superior station. Robert Jerome, describing himself as a gentleman, living in East Cob lingwood, deposed that he had known- dei ceased under the name of Eliza Garfoird for: some years, and believed her to be a married woman: He identified a bible which had been found in prisoner's hut, with.the name of deceased written in it, as having been given to her by him,. She left Melbourne, and he next Leard of her by letter from Trentham. In the letter she said she had married a man named Cassells, and asked Mr Jerome to write home and tell her friends this The date of this letter-could not be fixed; but about this time deceased was living with the prisoner in the neigh, b...

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, 31st January, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 February 1870

KILMORB BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, 81st January, 1870. Present --His Worship the Mayor (Mir Fynn), and Councillors 0 'Connor, Sugden, Dowling, Lyster and Reilly. The minutes of the previous meeting hav. ing been read and confirmed, correspondence received since last meeting was dealt with as follows: -lFrom James Reardon, asking for 12s, extra work on his contract. Cr Sugden indved that it' be referred for surveyor's ras port. Seconded by the Mayor and carried. 2--From James Reardon, saying that the timse for maintaining his contract had ex. pired, and asking paymentof amonot due on it.; Refe#red to surveyor for '.reporton the motiono Or Reilly, seconded by the Mayor. 8--F 'm the Acclimatisation Society, sodliciting a donation. Received, on the mo tion of Cr O'Connor, seconded by Cr Sug. den. It was decided that the further con. eideration, cf the letter be: left over for a month. ,4-From B. Quick, asking permission to lay on water. Granted;. . -From Nicholas Forraghan, asking that th...

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KILMORE CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 February 1870

An adjourned meeting ofthe trnateeof tie. Kilmore Cemetery, was. hbeld at the Counacit Chambers ona Wednesday evening. Present --Messrs Trainor (in the:cohair), Hudson, Stimaon and Bossence. Theminutes of the previous meeting were read 'ai cbnfi?ied. The Chiairman said the:-meieeting_ had blees adjourned with a view of bearing expla. nations from the sexton and undertaker wits reference to recent burials.' A letter. from the seatond was read as. follow, ~n the sub. , ject : " GaOrrnuMfa,--I reference to recent burials, viz., that of B. T. Hearn' and John Graham-in the. first case I sank a grave according to the dimensions given me by: the undertaker, and therefore am. exempt from any blame in having the grave to~ small. In the other case I did? not sink coording to the dimensions given me, as I consider such diment lsons (Whichr enoloes), s imposing unneaoseary labor on me. ' sank the grave in this. ease Oft 9ies St25ins at the top and 7ft x ;6ins at the bottom, and the ooffn brough...

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Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 February 1870

We are glad to learn that Mr Moore, the hite Underisecretary, who aome time ago retifd under the Civil Service Act, has come with his amily to reside at Tallarook, on the Goulburn, the property of Mr Brooke, who is leaving the district, Mr Moore has most ably filled' his honorable position for a long period. He now retires, and deservedly so, on a very good pension. He is a blooming,healthyvrooking old gentie, man,and is one- of the oldest magistbates in the colony, so that we trust he will be an acquisition to the Seymour bench and the district generally. We believe no gentleman in the colony could pick out a more beauti. ful country residence than that which Mr Moore was so lucky in decuring. We wial him a hearty-welcome: We understand that Mr James Lyster, architect and builder, Seymour, was ap. pointed by the Seymour District Road Board at last meeting to draw plans and spe. eifications for the worlks required by that body in fiture. We have heard of men going on the "loose" and...

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LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 February 1870

LOCAL LAND BOARD. A local land board consisting of Mr Ake hurst, P.M. Mr Fynn, Mayor of Kilmore,   and the District Surveyor, sat at the Kil more Court House on Saturday last, for the purpose of dealing with certain applications for land under the 42nd clause, in Mr Sur veyor Delisser's district. The following were the applications taken into considera tion :-Henry Baker, recommended ; Doran, recommended; Johanna (Irwin, Mr Twigg appeared for applicant, recommended ; Finlay M'Crae, recommended ; ,Tmes Maxfield, recommended; Bernard Collins, W Tr.:ring; ton objected to application, recommended; Edward Guilfoyle, recommended; W IIar ringtop, recommended; Thomas.Joiner, re commended; William Alezander, recomn mended; John Welsh, Mr Ford appeared for applicant. Ordered to stand over until next land board. J Delbunty, recommended; John English, recommended; G Nayler, recommended provided that no portion of land is within the limits required for railway pnrpoeeb; James Figgin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 February 1870

1'ESSRWSOBDON&: GOTOCHf?. Collins streo" west, Meibourne, have been appointed agent r this ournal. : Mr'GOOO) , Ballarat,.ha been appointed agent, this journal, SLONDON AGENCY-. THE FBEP PFBes may be read gratuitously in Lon. on, at the News' Booms of Messrs Gonox -and 0Gore, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and subcerip ons for the same are.received. THEE RKILIORE 1Y32 PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, XILMOURE. THE terms or advertising in the Kilmore -Free Press are as under:- TWO SHILLINGS ANDDSIXPENOE PER -INH. A reduction of ten per cent will be made for advertisements ordered for one month; twenty per cut for two months; and thirty-three per cent for bree months :--beyond which time a special arrange menit will be made. The terms of subscription to the Kilmore Free Press will be 6s 6d per quarter in town, and 7a 6d if posted the country. The Quarters for subscription to the Free Press will commence on the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd Septem...

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GOULBURN VALLEY ROAD BOARD. Saturday, 22nd January, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870

SOULBURN VALLEY ROAD BOARD. Saturday, 22nd January, 1870. Present :-Messrs Hickey (Chairman), Ryan, Hobart, Patterson, and Delaney. The minutes of the previous meeting havi ng been read and confirmed, correspondence gs follows was disposed of: 1-From Lands and Survey office, with reference to reserve on Hughes' Creek. 2-From Roads and Bridges office, stating that made portion of Sydney road was suf fering from want of repair. The clerk seated that he had replied, and read a letter ac tnowledging receipt of same. 8-From Roads and Bridges office, relal tive to the distribution of the tolls collected at the Avenel and Longwood tollgates, and enquiring what amount the Board claimed as its share of the same. Mr Patteson moved that the clerk send in a claim in pro portion to rhe length of made road ; secon ded by Mr Ryan and carried. 4-From Graytown Borough Council, requesting the Board to call a public meets ng with a view to take into consideration the advisability of building a bridge ...

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SEYMOUR ROAD BOARD Fuesday, 1st February, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870

BEYMOUR ROAD BOARD.I Fucsday, Irt February, 1870, Present:-Messrs Morison (Chairman), Darcy' Murray, Cooumbe, Ilickey; Perronand Taxfleld. The uiinutes of the previous meeting were read, and confirmed on the motion of Mr Darcy, seconded by Mr Coombs. The correspondence sent since last meet. ing was read, also the correspondence re ceived as follows : 1-From the RegistrariGeneral, fr sta tistics of district for 1869. The Clerk stated be forwarded the return, and produced re peipt for same. 2-From Treasury, with voucher for sig nature of treasurer of Board. The Clerk stated that he was unable to return the voucher within the specified time, the treat surer being absent from home through ill health, and that he had reported the same to the Treasury. 3-From same for return of rates received in 1869. Same reply as above. 4-From Shire of Benalla, stating that Longwood tollgate was le? for 1870 for £812lOs. Received. 5--From Roads and Bridges office, stating Mr Howard's name was submitted ...

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Tuesday, February 8. Before His Worship the Mayor and A. Sugden, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870

Tuesday, February 8. Before His Worship the Mzyor and A. Sugden, Esq., J P) William Roach, charted with stealing a pair of boots the property of T. J Geoghegan pleaded guilty to the charge, remarking that he was suffering from a complaint in thL hbed at the time, and was on his way to the Melbourne Hospital to undergo an operation when he took a few glasses of drink and committed the theft. Ordered to be sent to. gaol for a fortnight. Twigg and O'Connor v United Magents and Solt'erino Gold Mining Company for £8 3s. M.r Osborn asked that execution ahould be delayed for a fortnight until the account would be presented to the. meenng. Verdiet.for amouyt, execution to stay for foarteen days. Coghill v Delisem for registration fees for dog Mr O'Connor, who appeared for de fendant, admitted that-the dog had not been registered until tb.day. Fined 5a and costs. Same v N. Allt foerame offence. Fined 5s and, costs. Same v John Green, same offence. Not: served, :Same v L. Kelly. Fined 5s and ...

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HOW THEY LIVE AT THE GULF OF CARPENTARIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870

110W THEY 1,1Vl AT ThE GULF OF CAIPENTARIA, i ----- The tnale of Norman's Town, at the Gulf, of Carl entarie, is thus described in a letter to . the' Brisbane Courier,' dated the 6th alt: The town is a furuaee, and ;n mnst .plries the thermnometer reactlie 10t, 105. and 106; but I have never noticed mine over 101 in the shade, and that in a building very high I and well ventilated. There is nothing here but 'barber,' public house, and bed ;i ba chePues, calabashes, and starvation. It is almost pleasing to think that there are no ladies here; for some authority says, 'that no words fall from the lips withoft an in flueuce for good or bad' Our pets and heroes here are bullock drivers-they, like the mountain, won't come to Mahoniet, so we, like M\ahomut, have to knuckle down to then By the last import ship l.ts of liquors from fighting ruin t, B-,ss's beer, arrived, and of course a jollificatien was the resut; from that time forward for a month seven ftces in God's image were a.l that ...

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KYNETON. Tuesday, Jan 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870

OT~ETON.!. T'Pr-day, .TJa 19. The Guardinn ronnr4 as follows F;tur £12 , £12 10s Whr»' 4 3: to 4 St per.bushel, O t 3 ~.i to 8 8 Brer, lr 651 o 4 6d Pollard, Is 4d Ry grasse -d, 6misn 7s do Pojatoe, £5 &? to £5 tO. pee toa BETHOCOTE S26. Aeordine to the Times, the following riq?oe rule for Oolnmisl pro uor at He-t'cote : Flour L12 to L12 10, per ton W, eat 44 6d to 4. 9 per bushel Os' S3 61 ti? 4s do Cope: arley 2s 6d to ,. 9d do. Maisy' 7 do Bran las O o, Pollard Ie 3d do, Potstes £5 per ton Hay £$ to £4 do 0 aff LS to £Z do Butter i:;ood freih) Is 2d per I Egge 1s per dcsrn BENALLA. Tharaday, th The riZwg reports the following a the priov rul. ing Flour, £16 to £15 10s per toA Wheat, 0 Ca per bushel Pollard, is 6d do Bran, li 6d do Oats 4i 6d to 61 6d SDONNYBROO-.. 0 Moreman, Donnybrook ;our mills quotes as lolllows: Flour, £12 lfs per tol Bran, Is 4d per bushel Pollard la 6d per bushel

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BRISBANE. Tuesday; February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870

BRISBAN2. (By Electric Telegraph.) Tuesday; February 8. Oa Monday at midnignt a disastrous flood suddenly swept over Clermont on the Peal Downs, drowning several persons, and car, rying away houses, fences, furniture and stock. Within an hour there was a Etream,) nearly five feet deep running at the rate of eight or nine miles an hour through the township. It was caused by Sandy Crerk overflowing Seven persons are known to have been drowned. The at'righted inha. bitanfs rushed to the trees and housetops foz shelter, asid the cries of distress from women and children were most heartrending When tlhe water subsidad the scene was very appap ing. JDr Benson's surgery and 1 born.) tory, with fi?edicies'and instru, en ~ere twept away, not a vestige remaining mark the place Oue family eenped by sit g on a beam in a house. A kitkhen near thj'elei -graph o~iee, 'with three iumates, was rriPd awiy, andl the bodies were' afterwai re! co;ered, Mr Bu~acotte, .the propriet. of the-Peak thiwna Tel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870

AD VERTISEMEN TS. FORM OF APPLICAT JON FOR A PUBLICAN'S LICENCE.. To the Bench of Magistrates at Kilmore, I GEO HOCKEY. now residing at Glonburnie in the colony of Victoria do hereby give.notice that it is my intention to apply to the iustices sitting in the Court of Petty Sessions to be holden at Kilmore oi the 11th day of February 1870, for a certificate authorising the issue of a Plublicaet' Licence, for a house situated at Glenburnie the said house contain ing 3 aittingrooms and 6 bedrooms-exclusive of those required for the use of my family-and not now licensed. Dated this 25th day of January 1870. GEORG S HOCKEY. vR REDUCTION IN RATES FOR TRANS .MISSION OF TELEGRAPH MES, SAGES WITHIN VICTORIA. IT is hereby notified that on and after the let ' January, 1870, the following reduced rates will be charged for the transmisrion of telegraph messages from ono telhgraph station'toanother. within the colony of Victoria. On every mnessage, if not exceeding Ten w rds, exclusive of the dat...

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DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, February 2, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870

DALMAJOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Uelhourne, Febroavy 2, 187OR Fea CGTLT -1,105 head came to 1h4n for the reek's edpply, ooneietiug of inixed qualities from in terror to priIs; Tbe attendanice of butobere wac nimited, with .ery f. w oour;try bayprr, and the opining .sale ruled at urboE lass .w-mx'a ratie ha' tovards the t.b'e the t cldeney of pricer War deoidisdl5 i? favour nf butare i r medi:um so'jinerinr deaerip tion,. We qunre h"" beat at 20, per 100 1%., say But oaks ,row..7 10. fo £8.10".; medium. 96 tr £6 104: inferior; $9 t - 10,1 best cow.. £5 to Q6aor; see ont do, L4 to TA 104, We sold 327 head f r Mr Wilter D 'uglas. .4 a tin B.ation, the btllnelr as fvron L5 10" to 18 Q'Vd, averaging La 10. ;euw,, L4 109 Sc' L6 16", .Teregrug ' FAT CA9lV -Only 29 hraI yerdenl, principllly inf rior. B$ect sirI at Mro 560. to 601o; e.epn( 80. FAT 8uH;s.--?,000 weje wAtered for the eek:s supply, 25,000 of whiob piesed tbrough týzo ya~;d this day, the balanoe beirt diaposed cfoutside; The q...

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BISHOP PERRY AND THE REV. R. HAYWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870

BISHOP PERRY AND THE REV. . HAY WAD. Ir ~wa*a Melbourne, relative to tho withdrawa1 of the license of the Rev: Rowland Haywald, of Kew, appears in the Church of England Messenger; "To the Editor of the Church of Engiand Messenger." " Sin,-It is not my intention to carry on a personal controversy in the daily papers, but, as the members of the Church of Engi land may reasonably desire to receive from me an explanation of my conduct toward the Rev R Hayward, I will state in the Mes. senger the reasons ihich have induced me to give him notice of my intention to withdraw his license as officiating Minister oY Kew, at the end of the current quarter. I regret to be obliged to say anything to the disadvan tage of one whom, for his many excellent qualities, I sincerely esteem aid love; but his friAnds have compelled me to tell the truth, lest the Church of which I am the bishop should be injured by their misrepre sentations. For my present purpose it is not necessary to go farther back than...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870

~Jinwre .TC V'rc Wc00 PunLiruse TIURSDA¥Y Il'??[eO THURSDAY, FEBRUAB.lY 10, 1870, T'Pn return of Mr Graham Berry for Geec long c-nnot but be hailed by the independent liberals as a good omen of the future of the Mucpherson Administration, irnasmuch as its most de.idly opp:mnts-the Loyal Liberals as they term themselves-staked the life or death of Old'Hitism on the result. From the first we were not over sanguine as to whether the new Treasurer could, by any exertion, regain his seat, and wer almnost inclined to the belief that the appointment or Mr Berry to a poitfolio was a hazardous undertaking, and one calculated to reduce the btrength of the Ministry, but so far our impression seems to be a little. wide of the mark-as even the electors of Geelong have a spiric progressive en'ugh to release theml selves from the thraldom of the Old,Hat principles under which they long labored so helplessly. We are not by any means strong supporters of. the present Ministry, but we are anxious to ...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, 4th February, 1870. (Before G. Hudson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870

KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, 4th February, 1870. (Before G. Hudson, Esq., J.P) Twigg and O'Connor v Magenta ad Sb forino Gold Mining Cimpany for £3 Ad journed to 8th instant Rose of Denmrk Gold Mining Co v Chie Clum for being unlawfully on the pre mine. hhemanded to Jamiesin.

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Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870

The meeting of the Board of Maongement of the Kilmore Hospital, which wase to have been held on Tuesday evening last, was post. ,posed until Tuesday, next in consequence of a public meeting being held that evening in the town. Messrs Edmond O'Dwyer, George Bar rows, Marshall Burro vs, Alfred House, Farquabar if'Crae, Alexander M'Intosh, and John Devon are gazetted as a proposed comi mittee for the Rpringfield School, and. such appointment will be made if within one month from 4th inst., reasoAable cause to the centrliry )ot e shown. It was annoutinced least Suday by the RUev. AI. .Branigan that on Sunday next a clergy.: ran from Melbourne would make an appeal to the inhabitants of Kilitore on behalf of St. Patrick's Cathedral. As this edifice does not belong to the Melbourne people alone, but is alike the property of the Roman Oatholics throughout the clony, and will rftflot the titb ot credit uponn .thdmi when ,c,'mplsted, we fee~l :ontvinucd that ;he ite+: W\, a. Finn, of tleidl,)...

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