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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
TO CORRESPONDENTS. To ensure the rnserrzn of conmmunicatio ns it abiolutely neeessary Mhat they should be couched in moderate lanyuaye, and ovrilten is the form of le ters. All eommunizations intended for insertion must be authenticated by the name and address of the writeo, not necessarily for publication but as a guantaeec of good faith. "ITINERANT BusacE," SBeymour.-Your leter, which complains of gross inhumanity during the late floods, would be inserted but you have not complied with our rule by sending your real name.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. --0- T. J. G.E OG E GE G . N, Is now Showing Novelties in Mfillincry Black and Colored Sriks Flowers and Feat1crs Plain and Fancy Dresses flats and /fonnets Prints and .Bro2wn .lollands Parasols lnd Stans Laces and Gloves Silk Jackets and Sliawo I rimmnings and Pe'finm'ry --o A LARGE and Well-assorted STOCK of Men's and Boy's CLOTHING, BOOTS and SEOES. -0 "-- Excelknt value in Calicoes, Fannels, Shirtings, Tickinge, and Blankets, T. J. GEOGHEGAN Commercial House, Sydney street, Kilmore.
DONNYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
DONNYBROOK. E fMoreman, Donnybrook flour millo auote as olllows?: Flour, £12 ICs per ton Bran, is 4d per bushel Pollard s1 6d per bushel: KYNETONo. Flour £10 10s Maize? 5s to B5 3d Bran, is Wheat 4a to 4 Sdd Pollard, is Id Onts, 3S Od to 34 2d Rye graes a°ed, 6s to 7s do. Potatoes, £3. 5s per ton.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
COI-MERC1AL IN VELLuGENCI EILMORE. George Hudson quote : Oat, Colonial, 3e to 3s 3d per bushdl Bran, ls per bushel Pollard, Is 4d per bushel Hay, new L3 5a to L3 10s per ton. Chaff, 43 per cwt * Potatoes, 38 to 3s 6d per owt John J Reilly quotes : Oats 3s 3d to ._6Od per bush: Bran s1 2d do Pollard la 4d do flay L3 103 per toa Chaff4s per ewt Potatoes.L3 5s to L 15?e per ton.
SEYMOUR ROAD BOARD. (ADJOURNED MEETING, 4TH NOV. 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
SEYMOUR ROAD BOARD. (ADJOVUNED MEETING, 4TI Nov.., 1870. Present-the full Board,. The correspondence sent since last meeting were read ; also the correspondence received, as follows :- let. From Roads and Bridges, stating the Goul burn Valley Road Board had complained they were. unable to obtain their portion of the tolls. The clerk was instructed to reply, stating the pro ceeds of the Avenel gate were distributed, and' that the Benalla shire council had not paid ever the pro- ceeds of the Longwood gate, therefore it could not he distributed: 2nd. From Yea Road Board, in reply to letter sent on the 19th ultimo. Received. 3rd. From Fryerstown Road Boardi relative to late conference, and requesting £1 Is towards ex, penses. Granted on the motion of Mr Hickey; se, conded by Mr Mecintire, 4th, From Swan Hill Road Board, relative to alteration of shire statute. 5. From toll lessee, Avenel, reqiestin. abh,tment in rent, owing to the unfavorable peason. Mr C:,ombs moved, and Mr Ryan second...
KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, November 7. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
KILMORE BOROUGH COUNC?IL, Monday; November T. p Present :-His Worship the Mayor, and Connl Bossene,. Dowling, Lyster, Reoilly, and O'Con,. The minates of previous meeting were read a confirmed. Correspondence a follow was- then read and sidered : 1-From Jeremiah O'Shea, stating. that be performed the works as ordered by the Publio Wo 'Committee,, and asking., payment.. The recommended'£2. 18e progress payment. On t; motion of the Mayor, seconded by Or Dowling? mat'er was- referred to the-Finanoo Committoee 2-From Patrick Bourke, stating that he wUso jict. to great annofynoe from, an overflow of watts on his premises1 Councillor Dowling nor that it be referred to Public Works Cn Seconded by Cr L'yster and carried. 3?-From John r'Burney, asking. permiaion remove gravel from Creek, Or owli, g morelt permission be granted subject to supervision of -t surveyor. Seconded by Cr O'Connor and carnil 4-From William Dean,.stating that he would as herdsman for Common at the rate, of2, pie for l...
WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, November 8, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
WILLOWMA.VIN ROAD] BOARD. Tuesday, November 8, 1870. The minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, a good deal of correspondence was considered. The Engineer reported damage done to bridges, &o, from late floods, and also upon certain works. Referred to Publio Works Committee in cojnuction with Engineer. Petition from a number- of ratepayers aakiog that something should be done to Coffey's road. Referred to Publio Worka Committee and Engineer." 1-From AM Fitzpatrick, toll manager, stating he had not got the.rent from the lessee of the Willow, mavin toll gate for November. Received 2-From Swan Hill Road Board, relative to for. mation of shire. Received " 3-From Secretary to Flood Coaference asking £1 's. Received - 4-From J N Kelly, Donlybrook, wanting infor, mation about toll manag, ra duties: Ordered to answer 5-From W Davis relative to his guarantee as toll manager 6-From Springfield Road Distr:ot, stating they were deni-oue of remairing a Road Board ...
Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
The annual meeting of the Rilmore Bo. rough Council will be held at noon on Tuesday next, when the election of Mayor for t:e ensuing year will take place. Wo have not yet heard who are likely to be the candidates for the office, but the probability is that the position will not be contested, and that MIr Fynn, who filled the mayoral chair for the past year with credit to himself and to the no small advantage of the town, will be re-elected, The late heavy floods at Seymour com pelled the snakes in that locality to leave their usual hiding places and seek abodes where they would not be exposed to the action of the water. The reptiles have taken possession of some of the buildings. and the people are now more afraid of them than they were of the flood. A large snake was kiiled during the past week in the bar of the Prince of Wales Hotel The subject of forming a shire in this dis trict by the amalgamation of several of the small bodies already in existence will be dis cussed totday at ...
Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY, MORNING. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
uitivocre orn ggtoaa PUBLISHED THURSDAY MIORNING. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10,. 1870. TnE advisability or otherwise of forming: a Shire in the neighborhood is a matter to be discussed to.day at a conference of delegates from the neighboring boards-invited by the Willowmavin Board-to which body is due any credit attached, to the initiation of the movement-to be held in the Kimnore Council Chambers. Though some of the local bodies have signified their disinclina tion to take part in the proceedings, and are desirous of remaining as they are at present, still we are under the imprcssion that there can scarcely be two opinions as to the great advantages that would accrue from unity of action in local government, as well as in most other matters, and can at tribute a refusal to join in the formation of a shire not so much to the matter being wrong in principle as to the fact that people caring not for. each others' company would be brought in contact with one another. Such a feeling as this, h...
THE FALL OF NAPOLEON III. "Where'er he turns' he meets a stranger's eye; His suppliants ac[?] him, and [?]is follo[?] fly." [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
THE FALL OF NAPOLEON li. ' Where'er he turne'.he meets a straneer' eye; IIi suppliants soo, n him, and Lie folld a a fly." Such is the fate of Napoleon III; and, if things do not take a great change, such will be the fate, before the lapse of many months, of other sovereigns. The thick mist, which has so long hung before the eyes of most of the people of Europe, is now ?epidly dissolvo ing. Those who, not many months ago, would brand any one as an enemy to civiliz ation and society that would even grumble at the injustice of having the few dictate'to the many, now commence to own that they and - .+ sw "an r... ur-, - vtto JuCalUel , UCCU IlUI(I too long. They comm.oece to admit that the fact of certain customs being almost as old as civilization itself does u3t. justify us in adhering to theinwhilst we can bitter our condition by cast;ng them aside. They are now beomtning aware of the injustice they have been doing to themselves and their countries by pe:mitting a few hundred, men. ...
THE DINGO FRATERNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
TIIE DINGO FRATERNITY. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] During the latter portion of the past week quite a commotion was created in Kilmore, when it oozed out that a number of ancient dingos, whose energies have long lain dor= mant, were about to assemble in one of our principal thoroughfires, for the purpose of discussing matters peculiar to their kind matters of grave importance to them at the present moment. About two hours after the appointed time one or two ill-looking dingos put in appearance, and, after canvas sing the immediate neighbourhood, the num. ber was increased to six or eight, amongst whom were those who chought themselves the leading animals of the district. A chairman having been appointed, an old mastiff, who had evidently seen some rough service during his time, was appointed sentry, with full power to intercept any stragglers and induce them, by argument or main force, to take part in the proceedines. .Jreliminaries having been arranged, a mangy.looking cur, with a coun...
SPRINGFIELD ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
SPRINGFIELD ROAD BOARD. The usual monthly meeting of the above Board was held on Monday, 7th instant at the office , Spring field. Present:-The Chairman (Mr Allen) and Mesers Ford, McLeod, Dwyer, and Hurst. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The clerk then read the outward correspondence, which was approved of.. The inward correspondence since last meeting was read and disposed of as follows: 1 From Evans Brother,, enclosing account. Ordered to be paid. 2 From same in regard to Gilehria?'s Boroughs and Shire Manuals. Received. 8 From 3 Stewart,, acknowledging, receipt of L1 Received. 4 From Swan Hill Road Board, in reference to the great injustice perpetrated upon Road Boards, and naming many Shires which did not possess the amount of income to give them the privilege of being shires, yet still they were. Received. & From the office of Lands and Survey, stating that there was no objection to opening the new road through Bylinds provided the Board wo...
DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
DALMAIIOY OAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. e;gned to ni h.irg been blocked by the fl ,d at the Gmoulburn River. The drecription of those offered conistred ofeood quality with some very prime hebass from the Lachlan. The marker cpened ensr, but hiddinEs became more apirited as sales prog-essed, and prices clo ed at an advance of fully 205 per lead on leAt week's currencies, bret beef reali inc 22 6 I per 100 lbs; other qualitiec. 17. 63 to 20a. We have sold 81 bull, cks for Messrs Ritchie B:o3, Gon.rie PaRk, 't an average of £6.18a. FAT CALVES -Dull of sale. Beat only brought from 40s t 45'. FAP SnrEp -Only 15,355 eame to hand owing t , floods in the interior, which nouplod with the small number of cattle in the market, caus d prices tould vance ls 61: per heal on prime qualities, and Is per head on midium. Tle Burrabogie wethers topped the market f r the season, o?asidering the number sold, makine 15s.-We quote 58 lbs to 60 lbs wethers at 15s; 42 lbs to 441bs ewes, 9 6 ito 10s: other ( e s...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
IMPOUNDIN&S. MAt?aBEURY.-Impounded at Malmebury, Dark bay or brown horse, draught, tan muzzle, collar marked, vbite spot off saddle, heavy shod, liok .wconjoined over like .w conjoined near shoulder ; bay mare, draught, small star, heavy shod on both fore feet, 0 over P?n near aLoulder, like s near rump ; eheanut mare, draught, running star anid snip ; heavy shod, Rp over 'z near shoulder; bay mare, star, w ovWr 4 nea' shonlder; grey mare, draught, -o- off ears, both ears marked, F;e Mz off rump; strawberry heifer, red ears, as near rump, J3 off rump; red heifer, star, white on ramp and tail, like II near ribs, as near rump; red heifer, is near rump ; strawberry 'bei er, red neck, like as blotched near rump; straw berry hi ier, like cancer on neck, no visible brad'., If n- t oluimed and "xrp.,-rs paid, to be sold on 30th November. M DoYLE, P undkeeper. M rUeCHIsoN.-Imponnded at Murchison.-Black horse, both hips down, wo near shoulder, 33 off shoul. der; bay horse, running st...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
SfE USR9S GORDON & GOTCH, ox Collins stree l, west, Melbourne, have been appointed agent this Journal. Mr (OOCH, Ballarat, has been appointed agent this journal. LONDON AGENCY. TIE Faisn PFesa may be read gratuotously in Lo.n onst the News Booms of Messrs Gos1DO anid eaoa, 121 Holborn Bill, where advertisements and shberipous for the smme are received. TAF KILMORE FRiE PRESS, PUBLISIHED EVERY THURSDAY MOFR lING AT SYDNEY STREET, KIL&1ORE. ,HE terms or adverti3ing in the Kilmore hFre fress are as under : TWO SHILLING~S AND SIXPENCE P2E INOII. A reduction of ten ver cent will be made for advertisements ordered fx one month; twenty per ant for two month ; and thirty-three per cent for bree morths :-beaond which time a spooial arrange. eant will be made. The terms of subscription to the Kilmore Fee Pree will be 6e 6d per quarter in town, and 7s 6d if posted the ceuntry2 9he Quarters for suba2ription to the Free Press will commence on the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd ?epte...
KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, November 4. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
KJLM.ORE POLICE COURT. Friday, November 4. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq,, F.M.) Police v District Board and Ratepayers of Broad. ford, for £2 17s 6d, expenses of conveying lunatic arrested in the district. Mr Meade appeared for the defence, and raised some preliminary objeotions relative to mode of pro cedure-one being that the justices causing the lunatic to be examined were the justices who should makd the order. The Benoh agreed with Mr Meade that it was the oommitting magistrates who should make the order, but he (lMr Akehurst).happened to be the magistrate who caused the examination: Order for amount. O'Shea v. Down. for assault; Mr Meade fo? plain* tiff; Mr Twigg for defondant; The case arose through a fight between the vourger branches of the families of plaintiff and defendant, and after hearinl the evidence his worship expressed himself to the.effect that the matter should never have been brought before him, and dismissed the case without costs. Thomas, Mary, Margaret, Danie...
BYLANDS & GLENBURNIE ROAD BOARD. Monday, November 7th, 1870 [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
BYLANDS & GLENBURNIE ROAD BOARD. Monday, November 7th, 1870 Present :-Tbe Chairman (,Tr O'Dwyer), Meesre Arkell, Sorraghan, Bourke, McKay, Oahill,MoManue and Turner The minutes of previous meetine having bden read, Mr Bourke raised a question upon a minute referring to the Board's printing, remarking if there wasee any complaint to make he felt sure Mr Hunt would con, form to what was fair, The minutes were confirmed on the motion of Mr Arkell, seconded by Mr M'Manus, the latter gentlemanendorsing Mr Bourke's statement. Correspondence as followa-was then read and con. eidered: 1-From Thomas de ?. Meade in reference to his bill of costs, and explaining that in taking counsel's opinionon a certain subject he only exeroised that power generally entrusted to attornies by clients, 2-From MI Fitzpatrick, enclosing account for salary as toll manager-L14 15s 3d. On the motion of the Chairman, seconded by Mr Turner, it was ordered to atand over until next meeting g-From Roads and Bri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
ADYVERTISEMENTS. BYLANDS AND GLENBURNIE ROAD DISTRICT.. TENDERS ere invited till 12 o'clock no'n, on the 16th Norember instant, for the construction of a stone oulvtrt through the embankment in the hollow next north of Green's Pinch, also f-r. the repair of two other cults ts, on the main Sydney road, in the parish of Glenburnie,.and the repair of two, bridged in the parish of By lndr, according to plane and specifications to be seen at the oflite of this Board. Tenders to be endorseacd with the name of the work. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted W Z PERROTT, C.E. District Surveyor. Bylandc Office, 9th November 1870. WILLOWMAVIN DISTIICT ROAD BOARD. NOTICE is hereby eiven that the Annual General 4leeting of the aboIBoard will be held on the 16th November instant The statement of the accounts of the Board for the post year is now at the offtie and can be inspected by the ratepayers. or other parties inteees.ed, during oflice hours. J M TRAINOR, Clerk. November 7th, 1S...
NED SPRUCINGTON'S UMBRELLA [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
NED SPRUCINGTON'S UMBRELLA -4---C-- "NAME?" " Charles Blank." " Occupation ?" "Civil Engineer." " Address ?" " 501 Great George street, Westminster; and (; Ferbenn Villas, Hlammersmith." "Yerbena VIllis, IIaniIerituith,' lowly repeated the police sergeant, as he entered the fregoi,.g particulars in a big book. " Well, you know the charge-stealing this gentleman's unmbrella. I-lave you anything to say in aduilion to what you have already stated ?" "Nothing whatever. I answered: I can only repeat that it wasentirely a mistake on my part." " Just to," was the grim reply. " You'll have an opportunity of proving trat in the mornipg. You are by no means the first person we have had to deal with here who has mistaken other people's property for his own -Talke him to, the cells." Aud then I was marched off. The eireumstances which brought me into this scrape were as follow. Myself and my friend Sprucington were in the employment ofa railway contractor whose ofices were situated in the local...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
ADVERTISEMENTS. _______________________ -- U -- --- 7"7,---- - , KILMORE H OSPITAL; L CTLE TURE WILL BE DELIVERED BY JOHN BENBOW KEY, In Aid of the Funds of the above BRopital, ON WEDNESDAY, THrs 23RD NOVElBIER, 1870 SUBJECT-" Life Assurance and Benefit So cities." Lecture to commence precisely at a quarter past 8 ADMISSION-ONE SHILLING. T I EREBY give notice that I intend to apply to the Presiitnt of the Board of Laend and Works under Part 2 of the Land Act, 1868, for a licence to reside on or cul ivate 40 sores of land, situated in the county of Ialhousie, parish of Tallarook, area 43. Ju'y 15t-, 1870 JORN ALLEN, I tEIIEdY give notice that I intend to a' p'v to the President of the bloard of Land and WYorhs, under Part 3 of tie I aid Act. 1869, for a ltoauce to reside on or cuit v .te 60 aces of land, eituated in the county of Dalhousie pariah of Tallaroor, area 42 s July 15 h, 1870 CHARLES WALTON HI.NSHALL. EARL BLACKLEG Will travel this season y TROUGI TI G HE DIeTRIOIS OF WALLA...