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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 October 1870

SPRINE G A BT D, SUMMR OODC ----0-- T. J G (EO Gl E l A is now Slhowing loveltie. in 31i1?iner11 Blackl ad Colors 1. P/onurrs a,:uN, .Facler; Valal ansd Fure y I ,' . le I7ls , 1onlnet~ h~intS and Biaow L'., :indý c7a1s ar, ,d taj[ireS Laces and Gioces Silk ' Jwef a.nId $!&iVs i :ni P.l A LRGFE a! YTýell-aeorted STOCK or Mazells au Boy' CL OT'1 G; BOOTS and SLOES. 0.-o dceill~at vnd:le in C Ca~oceL , Flam:e);, S !:irine!, Tiukibgg, and_ Manic=3. T. J. GEOOIEUGAN, Col :nerclas I ou+c, Sydney strccit, iýilmora.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 October 1870

M ESSRS GORDON & GOTCH, or Collins stree . weit, Melbourne, have been appointed agent r this Journal. Mr 0000H, Ballarat, has been appointed agent this journal. LONDON AGENCY. THE Fn?a Pra ss may be read gratuitously in Lon. on, at the News Rooms of Mesers GORDON and Golctr, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertigementi and aubscripons tor the s-me are received. THE EILYMORE FREE PRESS; PUBLISHIED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. ,lIE terms or advertihing in the Kilmore Free Fress are as under : TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE PER INCH. A reduction of ten ser cent will be made for advertitetnents ordered O'r one nimonth ; twen'y per ent foe two months; and thirty-three per cent for hree months :-beyond which time a special arrange. mett will be made. The terms of subscription to the Kihnore Free Press yill be 6s 6d per quarter in town, and 7s 6d if posted the country. The Quarters for rubscription to the Free Press illi commtnce on the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd Septem...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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DONNYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 October 1870

DONNYBROOK. E Morernas3 Doi!nybrOok flouw: i Cih J j So~iilows [jinr, 2 1£fsr tori tihen, 1 4 i per bushi4 ~ollard s G63 por huis: 1 I:YN EIO'' F1lrur £10 104 5 C, 5 c) ilt Jý Bran, la «ViFeat ii t .7 4 6d Pollard, Is Id O-t3, 3+ 01 to 3+ :-. R i grows r dfod, 0P i:, 7' *k YotaloeP, -r.3 5, per tou

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 October 1870

CnM,,.IzE'CI'fT INY ELLIOlENCE KILO.ORE. G ora IIudeon qnote :- Oats, Colonial, 3s to 3e 3. per bushel Bran, 18 per bushel Pollard, la 4d per buheol Hay, new L3 5s to L3 10 per to_. Chaf, 4s per cwt Potatoes, 3. to 33 Gd per cwt John J. Reilly quotes : Oats 3a 3d to 3s 60 per bush: tBran Is 2d do Pollard la 41 do l11y 13 10 per ton othaf er to 5 p PototOea L3 5s to L3 lia per ýcn.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 October 1870

TUE,.;D Y: ND s WI'EN"ESDAY, 18 :t AN D ! r1 OCTOBER. By or,.r of th iý.ecntora of the liat Dr. BiSrdley, deceased. Imfor,.::t sl: , of II~.: 0io -ic flnished Erc: r,.i de' ,n L" yt ,j in P}owlt sero Kil,.cr%, hi,,, o an'. };r::; :-a Syhey taret, uScle ct l' nI balua :o I..'i r, d 'urniturr, Library, 8 .ricr I;?t:-., +t, .ugs, iom , &. W0. L SAWELL lAS ree, ied inch tctic ns f om the E':e-r utora of the I. to Dr Biuilcy, decoraed, to e? ! by PUi LTO AUJ;;'ION ca the pr.miace, Powc!e -t re t Kilmcre. On Tuesday and Wednsday, the 18th ani 19 b 0. tuber, commencing at 11 o'clotk sharp. That hndsonmely fImrishe!d. residence c"i:uated ih, PJxwlett street ildmore, lulIt regar.;]?ae of -exielOri under the elae DLctor'a euperint'nder:ce. House and premi:ce Sydney street Kiitmore, now in the occupr tion of Mr Laurence Arcus. Aerer of land situated near the ilo-pitil and the Botanical Gardena. Also, The whole of t'ie Household Furniture, &^. Consisting of Handsome Drawingroom ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 October 1870

CLYDESDALE JACK WILL T'IAVEL THIS SEASON IN THE DISTRICTS OF 'MANGALORE, TABILK, CAMRICK O'SIIANASSY, DARGALONG AND AYENEL. --o- LYEf?.AL'J .TACK is a bright hey, 5yer'. 1 oil, standn 18 nionds 3 inches high, perfecth. quiet, and oell ka'uw to be a staunch worker, and sure oa'getter 0. J . is got by Youne Clyde, out of the celebrated mare Curley, bred ly Mr Miller, Bacchus Ma sh; Curity was got by the horse Cromwell, imported by itr M'Intyre C. J. will beat Mr Durham's, Carrick O'Shal easy, every ?1rn ay ; at Mr Hih's Farm, Dargalong, vervy Tuesday t ad Wednesdnay; at Avenel every Friday : acd at +anoriore every Saturday lors:--l three p?lnds each mare if proved in f ol:; awe pc unds ,on, ciance. Chance mares to be astr 'or on or l efore ?lt Mlarch, 1871. Proved mrces to be pati or or i, fore July following. j g N b11iLTON, OWNER, View Point, Mangalore YOUNG CLYDE." ----- Toia impor ed dr aught stallion "Y 0 UN IG: C L Y D E" Will stand this season AT TIIE OWNEIR's FARMP , NEAR DONN...

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SPRINGFIELD ROAD BOARD. Monday, Oct. 3rd, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 October 1870

SPRJNGFI?EnI ? IROA. BOARD. Monday, Oct. 3rd, 1870 Present :-Messrs Allan (chairman) Ford, McLeod, Flannagan, an l, Hurat." The minutes of previous. me.eting were read, and Mr Hurst moved that an item of payment (refund to Michael Heffprnaln) be expunged in consequegce of,his not having signed, specifications, beconded, by the chairman, and carried;. The minutes were then confirmed, on the motion of Mr Hurst,, seconded, by Mr MtcLeod. Correspondence. as follows. was read; and: considered:- 1--Fron Treasurer of Kilmore Hospital; " t CI soliciting a donetion. DMr Hurst moved that the.sum of £5. be given to the charity. Mr Ford seconded, the motion, which. was duly carried. 2-From Metcalfeshire Council; asking co-operation of the Board.in procuring, for flood damages, money from CJvernment, to be divided pro rata amongst the local bodies. according to damage donein. each, district, instead of being scrambled. for. as herstofore. Mr M.'Leod moved that the letter be received. and: ackpno...

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DR. PERRY'S LECTURE. (To the Editor of the Free Press.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 October 1870

DR. PERRY'S LECTURE. (To the Editor of the Free Press.): Da~n Smn,-Permit me the advantages of your periodical to enter.a protest in connec tion with His Lordship's lecture of Monday be l st. er Isr -1 protect against the indelicacy of e His Lordship's speaking of the "Worship of the Virgin M1arv" in the presence of Ca thoiics, lay and cleric. Ihave no desire to enter here an expositicon of the Catholic doe Strine concerning this. matter, and shall sim ply " tu quoque".like retort that the applicat tion of tlhe "worship of the Virgin Mary" to Catholics in His Lordship's signification is as ridiculouslv absurd, and absurdly ridi! clous, ias would be the term of idolatry to. the tmian who " worshipped" the Mayor of. Ki Lnore. 2su.-I protest against public leatures.in public halls or institutes opening and closing with prayer. Catholics have conscientious objection, to any participation in prayer o, worship with any other denomination-con' < sequently to obiige them to be pr...

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LAND REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 October 1870

LAND IEGULATION-".S. The new regulations under the L nd Act, St;09, appeared in. the Gazette Extraordinary of Wednesday. The following are the points of moit i:uportance to those interested in the operation of the Land Act?: CONSTI'I'TETIO or LO CAL LANflD LOARDS. Members how appointed.--A local land Board shall consist of not more than five members, two of whomn shall form a quorum. The Comissio:s:ner of Crown Lands and nurrve may appoint such persons as he may thin!: fit to be such members; the qualifica. tions hitherto required by regelation 7 of the reyulam:ion.- of 1st Fcbr::ary, 1470, being ere by dipen:ed v. ith. Bmards appointed under these regulations to be local I-rd boards for the purposes of jformer regalations.-A local land board con tituttcd as afore: id shall be deemed to be a jprop.rly cii::sttuted local land board for the purposes of any regulation nowv in force under the Lotan Act, !?), refri..n? g to local lAnd boards, and local land boards already cont:iitt..Cd s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 October 1870

SCHEDULE II. North Western Province. A.D., 1870. DIVISION-KILMQR~.. LIS3T oq Names Objectpea to upon OQneral J List. Number of Surname of Christinn Name Nature Name Rosidendo Ground' of Oolatfin fo. L; dfi'd? Elector's person objectedto in Residence: Occoupation; of of of' Objectibn Oujoetions of regisitrar's ; R'ght. in full, fu:1. Qualificatibri. Objootor O?'.ector. ehortly stated by Registrar: d bjct!bn. ?n 8391 Larnohb............ James M'Donald ... Kilmoro ...... Bank Manager .; Non residential Thomas Hunt' .;. Kilmort ...... Bein on RTte payers' Roll: . .0s SC EIDULE IL* Elrctorl Dietrict of Kilmoro. A.D.1897e. SivIsION--Ic LMQRE. 13'P of. N ames Objeoted. tp upon, q eoraa ILis ____._ Yqmber' of Prnsme of Cbirtian Namc Nataieao Rmesi fl nco Ground of Column 6rv- Grourdh of l lector's8 Peron objec. in Residence. Occupation of of of I 6ojetidn : Objomi.ou. R egiarar's 1 Right:. t.d toin full full. Qualifloationt Objectbr. Objdotor: shortly stated. by Begistrar: Oijeotioans. .= 2...

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ENGLAND'S MILITARY PREPARATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 October 1870

ENGLLALND'S MILITtARY PREPARA TIONS. (From. the Pall Mall Gazette, A ug. 12.) The.Times anounces that the forces avail.. able for service within, the United Kingdom are to be augmented to the extent of naarly 20,000 men, and more than 2000 horses. The increase is to. be thus. distributed :-The cavalry will show. an increas.o f 1277- men and 1050 horses; the. artillery of 850 men and 724 horses ;.tha engineers of 50.men and 109 horses ; and the Army Service Corps 500 men and 200 horses. The increase on the infantry amounts to no less than 10,050 men. At the same time tha.aupitions of war and military stores seem to. have. been pro, vided in ab, unlance nCamp equipage for an army of.100,000 men is said to be ready in a. couple.of mouths. Enfield. and thll trade can furnish no less than 1000. Sniders..a day if required; within th.e year 8C,000, in addi, tio??o to. 80,000, already produced, will be made; and next year the prodacing capacity of the country in this item.of rifles will, it...

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THE YACHT RACE ACROSS THE ATLANTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 October 1870

THE YACHT IRAE GCROSS., THE ATLANTIC. Mr A hbury's. Cambria beat. Mr. Ben, Inett's Dauntless in a raco.across.tho Atlan tic by about two hours, The national pride, (eays the Tribune), was wyounded when the Royal yacht signal floating from the flagstaff of the city hall -gave notice,of the result of the international yacht.race, which for the last two days hat. ongrossed even more of the-public attentica than thei Franco-German war.. The -superiority of America in the building- and management of£ fast sailing craft was supposed to be con ceded by all the world, and when Mr Ben! nett, with one of the. most perfect yachts ever builu in the United States, and, one of the most skilful sailing masters that ever crossed the Atlantic, proposed the great ocean race, we felt that our credit was in safe hands, and had our laurels ready to crown him when he should sail victorious into portt And the Cambria beats us after all! Well, despite our disappointment and surprise, we gave Mr As.hbury a ...

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THE MONSTER NUGGET FROM BERLIN. WEIGHT, SEVENTY-FOUR POUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 October 1870

TIlE MvONSTERn NUGGET PROM BERLIN. W'IanT, SEVENTY-roUR POUNDS. On Monday afternoon a. magnificent nug. get, obtained the samo morning in Johns' upper paddock, Berlin, was brought into Inglewood, and sold at the. Bank of New South Wales. It weighs 711b Soz. 15dwt., i3 lin long, 7in. wide at the widest part, and 3in. thick; and is somewhat in shape like a small ham. The lucky finders are Mcssrs Felstead and party, who have chris toned the interesting stranger "The Vis: countess of Canterbury Nugget," the Vis ceunt himself having been discovered not many mouths ago in the same paddock, and not far off, by Mir Solomon Sloshmon. Curiously enough M.r Fcletead imputes his fortunate discovery to a circumstance which ordinarily is considered a disaster, namely, the flooding of the claim by the late rains. The sinking on the run where his claim is situated is about Sft. deep, and generally, for faeility of working, drives are put in in the pipeelay bottom, and the washdirt knocked down from ...

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HEATHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 October 1870

3E ATHO3TI. A?rording to the Tmne4 the following prices, ru: ',r crlo*al Tpron'uce at Iethcote:-- Flouir 12 to L12.104 poe ton Wheat 4s 63 to 4s 9d per bushel Orts 3. sd1 to 41 do Cape tarley ie 6d to 3/ 93 do Mai7e 7s do Bran le Od do Pollard Ia 3d do Potatos, £5 per ton Ifay £3 to £4 do heaff L5 to £6 do Butler (rood fres}) is 2d per lb Eggs Is per dozen

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PLUNDERING THE DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 October 1870

PLUND)ERING. T DE I DEA.D The Leeds Mereury., in an article on.the late terrible accident on the Great Northern RIalway, England, says it. is to.be. feared that a wholesale system of plundering.the dead.nud the injured, who were, some time after the accident, rendered insensible, was pursued.by some infamous persons who were hovering round the scene of this terrible di::,.ster on Tuesday morping. MDr' Thomas B .raclough, man?facturer, of Morley, aut?orjses us to state that he witnessed a policeman take, two rings off the ;fiigere, of a lady whibmoro a black silk dress. It was stated tbat?;Mr C& A. Wilson, of. Leeds, bad lost a gold wrtch. It appears to have been taken out of a glack bag, the look of which had evicdently been tampered with, No fur. ther infortmation has yet been obtained as to the largo sum of money of which MIr Major K. first's dead body was despoiled. But if these ravagers of- mangled corpses have been so reckless, as we fear is now beyond doubt, it is not ...

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BENALLA [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 October 1870

BEbNALLA TI'e E-igq reports the following et tie prices rule Flour, £1O.to 1O 105 pur ton WCheat, 31 per hushel Pollare; Is Ud do Brtun, Is do 2' 6d to 3s s a

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FEDERAL UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 October 1870

FEDERAL UNION. The first report, of the comuissioners api i ih:tel, to consiier and rep;r.t upon, the :,s-ity of a lederil Union of the AustraL' !i.,: colonies for legi~lative pirposes has been .a"nait tol hi E:eellecy thu Governor. :'o questions weire relegated to. the Coi.. ::hi-on to consider-first, the advantages of a hFederal Union, and the best means of :?cting it. On nthe primary qnuectio_,nerely ::.tract view's are subbmitted, since there was :i uniianimous opinicio e::pre.ssed that a Uhnion i.;desirable. " The iudispensable condition ;t ,uccess for men or ntions," s;Ias the re s ,rt, " is at that they hould clearly uuderstandd ; at they want, and. to what goal t1hey are i;:veling, that it:i may 3ot. be wasted. in 1 ing and undoing ; and as we are pe-:'suade .:;at the pIroperity and. security of these Slonies would t;u eiiectually promoted by .:;blinCg them tto.net together oi one ,Iople .:ler the authority of a ecderal compact, .y:: cannot, we believe, to come to a. an .ii:...

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DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, October 5, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 October 1870

DA;LMAlOY CAMPliELL AND CO'. REPORT. Melbouene, .ctober 5, 1870, FAT CATILE.-1 141 head penned the mnjority b. i g rea;ly good qualiiy. [he market opened at a ,ieht advance but is usual of late, prices fluctuated c".n.iderably tl.,, rh!to tihe a?y, and the cloesirg - isa tein wore the brst, n prim r qpalities, by 7a ; per head over lest we. k's rates. \e quote brat be, f. 254 per 100 lb,; seo0, d qunlity, 22 6'; coarse and i terir. 17s 6d to 201. \eV have told 102 bul locks f r tMr Wm Rohe~t'on, C ln, of the EF brand, at L8 2s, the top peno of wt i.h were bouglt by the ,inot preserving compoany, and Mr Sherrin Emerald !1i1, at LS 17s 6:1; 170 b;lliacke fir Mr WV m Pear Kn, Ki'miny Park, ht 1.3 ~Ss (ii; 23 for Hireers ,rdhon ant Knox, Doenis , at L7 17s 33, and 50 fr.,m W T.te n Port, ae t G 15a. FAT CaLrEi3.-2 head entered, prices oligttly lowet ; best made up to 50 enec'. FAT nouiP-1l.,?22 r,rwart., two thir's of which , re from pdaddicka in ,he immediate neighbourhood, h, demar d ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 October 1870

ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE, I BEG t) inform the inhabitants of Kilmoro and the Purrcundine district, that I I ave COlM MENCED BU.INESS in the new towns'hip at Mr f Maloney's. Horse Shoeing and general work done. C Drays and Spring Carts made to order at the lowest prices. JOHN RATTIGAN. NOTICE, a1 THE Sheep kept on the run known as Sunday Creek, and situated near Seymour, are infected with scab, Dated this 6th day of October 1870. FRANCIS ADA)MS. LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, KILMORE, , CONOERT in aid of the above society, will be A given in the Mechanics' Ins:itute, Kilmore, on Friday the 21st instant, The following Ladits and Gentlemen have kindly w consented to take part in the Concert:- ti 1sT PART. t Mesdames Traineor, Fleury, and Biddle, Messrs st Davis, Heath, Bresnan, Harwood, and Crowther. t 2ND PART. Messrs Marchant, Booth, Carrell, Dolphin, Quick F Lansley, and Downs. P Conductor and pianist: Mr IIHreourt Lee. i Tickets :-Front Seats 2s. Back Seats 1s, To be A had at most of th...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 October 1870

PqBLISIED THDURsDAY MO?mIN. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1S70, THE SolicitorGeneral's. circular to the un paid magistrates of the colony has created considerable commotion in that circle, it being deemed nothing short of casting a foul stigma upon the entire body. Whatever our opinion may be wilh reference to individual J.P.'s, we are convinced that a very great majority of those gentlemen could never be guilty of prostituting their positions for the bribes which would be held out to them, but we. are nevertheless convinced that some may be found in the ranks who would think a quid pro quo for eereicee rendered-no mat ter how. a.ml--ot much beneath their notice. it is, however scarcely fair to throw discredit upon the doings of all for the acts of a few black sheep, and the. course pur. sued by the Solicitor-General is. calculated to seriously lower the body of magistrates in th!e estimation of the general public. In this respect we think the circular exceedingly illi advised, and are incl...

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