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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, November 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, Tuesday, November 29. In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, the Speaker took the chair at half past four o'clock. In reply to questions by hon members, it was elicited that'the Government would give up next Tuesday for the second reading 6f the Payment of Members Bill; that the issue of Crown grants to selectors under the 42nd clause of the Land Act 1865 ivas being proceeded with as rapidly as possible, except in cases where there were insuperable mining objections; that there would be no objection to selling the old locomotives now lying in the good chfed) at Gtelong by tender; that a board had been appointed to inquire into the charges brought against Superintendent Lyttleton by Constable Morrison; that the Cowie's Creek railway bridge was in good condition, and perfectly safe for traffic: that the present Government land auctioneer at Ballarat was not appointed after tenders for the performances of the duties had been called for, and that he received no re...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, November 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870
LE 13L A'I.YE COJUNNCIIJ, Tucsday, November 29. In the Legislatire Council on Tuesday, the President took the chair at i5 minutes past 4 o'clock, The second reading of the Married WTo men's Property Bill wais postponed until Tuesday next, to allow of a fuller attendance of hbon n?c-bers. Mr i ussell gave notice that on the fohe lowing Tuesday he would ask the hon mem, ber representing the Government whether in the carrying out of the late reductions in the Post-office and Telegraph departments injustice had been done by allowing juniors to retain their classifeation ? Mr Strachan cailed attention to the ins convenient hour for members of the House at which the Ballarat and Geelong trains reached Melbourne, and Mr T T A' Beckett promised to bring the subject under the notice of the Minister of Railways, The House at ics rising adjourned until ruesay neIxt.
ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870
ORDNIvARY M.EETING-. Present:-The same ir.em'ers named above. The Clerk reported having attended on Wednesday, l;th inst, and in accordance with arrangements made by the Board, adi jurned the annual meeting till this day. Correspondence. 1-From Eye and Ear Institution, Mel bourne, a-duing Board for donation. 2-F n om vans Brothers, respecting Di. rectory for Shires, Districts, and Boroughs for 1,,7l 3--iIto M'Dougall and Wright, respeci ting compensation for land about to be tastken by onard for new road 4--Fhon James M'Cue, toll lessee, re, ypectin. reTbtem'nt of rent. 5--From AM M irtiu, asking for testis moial as a valuer. 6--rom W Daviu a toll manager, requesti ing to be informed of the names of the lessees of the Kinlcehew and Wallan Wab lan toll gates, &c. 7-Fronm D Cameron, respecting a drain lately cut by order of the Board through his paddock. 8-From John Orr, chairman of commitl tee for reporting on flood damages, enclose ing a form to be filled by Board's surveyor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870
Goulburn Valley Road District. BTATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE: For the Year Ending 15th October, 1870. ---0-- DISTRIC T FUND- ACCOUNT.. RECEIPTS, EXPENDITURE. Oct. 16; 3869; Printing, Advertising, &c ,, To balance ... £47 18 6' By Thomas Hunt... £4 13 4' ,, Rates ...... 289 11 6. £ 13: ·4 , Government En.. dowment ... 397 0 0 Office furniture, books ,, Slaughcering Li. and stationery: censes .. 5. 0 0 By Thomas Russell... £2 15 0 ,, G.aatee bonus 0 15 0 ,, Evans Brothers ... 28 13 38 ______ ,, , Postage ..... 2 0 O0 £740 5 Q 8 8 3 Salary : Thomas Murrav £125 0 0 W,, l Watkeys... 5 5 0 130 5 0 Miscellaneous expenses: James Adams, rent of office .. .... £5 0 0 J Wylie and J Morris sey, allowance to Au* ditors ..... 2 2 0 R Patterson. and. T Murray, deputation. expenses ... 11 0 0 J M'Cann and Co, as sisting Surveyor, &e 4 11 8. Exchange on cheques... 0 6. 0. Do on Government En. dowment. .......0 10 0 23. 9 8 Contracts: John M'Cann. ... 8 5 0 850 Election expens...
DONNYBROOK AND WALLAN WALLAN ROAD BOARD. ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEETING. Friday, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870
DONN?BROOK AND WALLAN WAL LAN ROAD BOARD. -4--9-- ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEETING: Friday, November 18. Present --Messrs Godfrey Hawk, Smyth, O'Connor, Wright, Wilson, Waitt, and Dr Wilson. Dr Wilson, in a few apprnpriate remarks, moved that Mr Godfrey be re'elected Chbair man of the Board for the ensuing year, 1871. Seconded by Mr Waitt and carried without Snyr opposition. Mr Godfrey thanked the Board for the honor it had done him in again electing him its chairman. He did not, he said, seek re, election, but since the Board thought well to elect him, he would continue as he had hitherto to do his duty impartially and to the best of his judgement. Mr Wrigh: proposcd a vote of thanks to Mr Godfrey for the very satisfactory and painstaking performance of his duties as chairman of the Board for the past year. Seconded by Mr O'Connor and carried un, animously. The Chairman returned thanks, Formaltion of a Shire. Mr Godfrey spoke at some length respect. ing the advantages to be derived tromn a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870
Statement in Abstract of Accounls OF THE PYALONG DISTRICT ROAD BOARD, For Year Ending October 16th, 1870. D I S T R I C T F U D 1869. RECEIPTS. 1869 EXPENDITURE To Cash Balance from last Audit ... ... ... £192 18 i By Cash Payment of Overdraft to Bank ... ... £13 3 10 ,, Deposits on Contracts .. ... ... 18 7 Ihterest to Bank ... ... . 3 19 0 ,, Government Endowment ... ... ... 510 16 10 , orSalaries 230 13 5 , altes Sockyated since last udi... ... ... 572 10 9 ,, To Free Press, Advertising, &c .. ... 72 0 4 Sanle of Sockyard. 1 0 ,, Delegates Expenses ... ... ... 10 10 0 For Stationery ... ... ... 8 5 0 , To Auditors for 1868 ... .. ... 6 6 0 , To Auditors for 1869 ... ... ... 6 6 0 ,, To Treasurer for Guarantee Policy ... ... 5 00 For Election Expenses ... ... ... 6 15 6 ,, To Rate Collector and Valuer ... ... ... 61 0 0 To Hospital ... ... ... 5 5 0 To High Plain School ... .. ... 5 5 0 ,, To Pyalong School ... ... ... 10 0 0 ,, To East Moranding School ... ... ... 10 0 0 ...
VICTOR HUGO. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870
VI OTOR Rtu O, iectorpe go has ilsued a proolamation to the IS h ich C-n ommences thus S-are warned Germany like brothers, Ger oThe tiuea er march on Paris. She is nt otr Týablio p fre ant Germany takes vengeance on for ths war made upon her by the Ems Be ? oit Riatony will judge. That which Itr dtnow is her affair ; but we, Frace, 0L duties towards the nations and the human , t usfulfil them. The first duty is example. `: Pet hour is a great one for the peoplesE. he iach willbe taken. France has thin pi tih W Oncel that of QGeoe, that oi Was --bee peril marks the ebb of civiliration. What in the world aboutP We will sees If, which is impossible, it should happen to France to succumb, the depth of her submersion would indicate the level to which human nature would have declined. But France will not succumb. And this for a very simole reason- becauseo she will do her duty. France owes it to all peoples and all man to save Paris ; not for Paris, but for the -world. This duty France wi...
THE LARRIKIN IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870
The infamous attack upon the judges by those parliamentary larrikins, Messr Vale and Longmuore, ought to open the eyes of the public to the disagreeable fact that nobody is safe from the vilest slander in this community; and that certain constituencies are satisfied to be represented by men, who fulfil all the conditions of existence, which combine to make the chartered rough a veritable curse of society. For a person like Mr Vale to call the honor and integrity of the judges in question is a trifle too much of a bad thing; but for Mr Longmore to utter his miserable impertinences is only natural. Mr Vale and his Smith and Lonnmoce surroundings are the Calibans of the House--"most poor credulous monsters" and withal perfidious. He, Mr Vale, is on offspring of the Sycorex of the Melbourne Press; and it may occesiocally be well to ask this gentle Public the home question put by Prospero to Ariel in the Tom pest : "oaet thou forgot the foul witch Syoorax"- of the Melbourne Press-and "Ca...
KYNETON. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870
KYNETON., Flour £10 104 Maize, 53 to 53 3d Bra,', is Whear 4: to 4e 6d Pollard, 18 Id Ot91, 34 Od to 3e 21 lyre grass seed, fie to 7s do Potatoes, £3 56 per ton DALMAHOY OAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melhourne, November 16, 1870. FrT Cf'ATI.--1 276 head were yarded for the we. Lk' supply ; 980 of whioh tere sold to-day, and tie !nairceA will he offered tomorrow. The quality of there sold ranged from it ferior to p:ime. The opening Eales were dull, but prices hardened towards the close, andl the msrket ruled throughout similar to l?.t wa k ; quotations for heavy weights being 20s, u hilt Fleht weights ; rime quality made 26s per 100 Ih.b We hayv sold 202 head, principally bullocks, fr Mr Joi.n iDargin, of Bathurst, at an average of £7 12 9.1; 25 head for Messrs Campbell Brothers, Tqe,largan Park and others, at quotations, and will t rmo-ro v s-ll ah ni 300 fat aid ahbut 100 store ;u;lurks from the Upper Di-ling Rirer. FAT CALVEs - I he tu:.ply was liif-ited, but sales were dull at a decl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870
ADVERTISEMENTS. LIVERPOOL, AND LONDON, AND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. A GENE required for the above Company for Kiltmore dirt:it. Address W MURRAY ROSS, Resident Secretary: 22nd November, 1870. E, A. Hope H ASg great pleasure in informing the inhabitants of Kilmoro and the surrounding districts that he has opened those premises belonging to the late Dr Bindley-opposite the Bank of Victoria-as a STATIONERY WAREHOUSE, and by keeping a well assorted stock, with very moderate charges, he hopes to receive a fair amount of patronage. A splendid collection of Books suitable for pre sents, and a large stock of school books of all descript:ons, always on hand. Note address ! E. A. HOPE, Bookseller and Ststioner, Newspaper and General Agent. "YOUNG CLYDE." Tae impor!ed draught stallion "Y 0 UN G C L Y D E' Will stand this straon AT TIHE OWNER'S FARM, NEAR DONNYDROOK. YOUNG CLYDE is a rich dark bay horse, got by theru c lebrared horse Old Clyde, out of Flower, imported by R. Kormade, E:q, to Tas...
SUFFERINGS AFTER THE BATTLE OF SEDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870
SUFFERINGS AFTER THE BATTLE OF SEDAN. There was dismal work to be done amid all the rain and mud of the days which fol l owed the great victory. The dead were to be buried and the wounded were to be re. moved for fear of sickness, As late as the fourth day there were dozens of dead French.. men on the road between Sedan and Gavone, and it was not until the sixth day after the battle that the dead horses were seriously dealt with. So many men still living but suffering great agony, claimed the care of all who could lend a helping hard, that to leave the dead unburied for awhile was as nothing in comparison. In the villages, on the battlefield itself, there was scarcely a foot of shelter to be found unoccupied. Every house had a garrison of wounded men, and the doctors were busy with their drugs and instruments working hard to relieve the sufferers. The red cross of the hospital assistants was to be seen in all directions, If there was a mass of sufferers co be helped and tended, ther...
Saturday, December 3rd. (Before His Honor Judge Smyth.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870
Saturday, December 3rd. (Before His Honor Judge Smyth.) Degraves v Barrett, for £3 14s 8d Debt admitted, but defendant sought to be re, lieved from payment of costs on the ground that he had offered to pay, prior to service of summons, the amount of the debt to plaintiff's agent William Hartnell. Order for amount and £514s costs. Meade v Palmer. This was an action to. recover £l 4s for work, care, diligence, and attendance as an attorney. Mr O'Loghlen appeared for plaintiff, Mr Byrne, instructed by Messrs Twigg and O'Connor, for defen dant. Thomas ?Meade, the plaintiff, deposed on oath that in July last hbe was agent for Mr Roderick Murchison for leasing house and ground in Kilmore. About the 29th July defendant came to witness and ent, red into an arrangement to take the place, and under instructions from the latter drew cut in agreement with reference to the house and land Witness drew out the agreement and submitted it through his clerk to defendant who refused to sign it. Cross-...
COUNTY COURT. Friday, December, 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870
COUNTY COURT. Friday, December, 2. Degraves v James ?'Gowan. Consent to judgment. Same v Henry Johnson, for £3 5s. Debt admitted. Order for amount, two months allowed to pay all. Same v Hogan, for £3 2s. Order for amount and costs. Same v Alexander Crockett, for £5 11s. Order for amount and costs. Same v Patrick Corbett, for £4 93 6d. Order for amount; Same v James Power, for £ 1 lis 6d. Or. der for amount. Same v John Dwyer, for £5 4s, Order for amount and costs. Kerr and another v Mooney. Struck out. Ham;lton v M'Kay. Struck out. Meade v Darcy. Struck out. Crimmins v P O'Shannassy. Mr MIeade for plaintiff. This was an action of detenue for detaining 19 sheets of bark of the value of £1. Defendant denied having taken the bark, and swore to all the plaintiff asserted being false' Verdict for defendant. Twigg and O'Connor v John J Walsh, for L8 3s. Verdict for amount and costs. Shaw, Official Assignee in the estate of Bower Brothers, for £7 14s Od. No appear ance of defendants. Verdi...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. M. M'CAW AND ANOTHER, REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. M, M'iAWv AND ANOTIERu, RrPOIIT FJ.or the Week ending 23rd November, 1870: There hois been a slight decline in the breadstuff., rrse;i t since our lest, best brands of flour cannot he placed just now over £12 153, and whbat from .5 5Jij t 5: 91. In feedih:g grinE the turn is in favor of buyers; lo,c'er g ni. rally, ho~rever, do not feel disposed to :?c:it lowcr rates, as atcei.s in Melbourne are not hic: y, end presents pres ects in rigard to the conming htrr1t, not vtry prcnmiing. ' cIc?e i,,:ne i;i dciy r p oiduce have been very few Curiing the pict week at flLctuating prices, anl at ou- ':i". to day we found biddings, unless for a few i:rire lts, very languid. :;?v?i we rive detail. -reuli of actual sales. £ B D L s Fl:e,k .t , YVictorian 12 5 0 to 1.3 0 0 ::cods 8 5 0 to 10 17 6 iWhe,:, o.ilirg camp Vie. 5 6 to 5 1 ep Barl.y 2 10 to 2 11 3' 4 to 3 9 e 3 0 to 3 ! t; raa reed (p.trd;inial) 2 0 to 2 6 lira 11 1 2 P~i ::rd 1 to 7 to to 9 C?:ecoe 7 to 9 " r'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870
-' Berkeley, Srptemher, 1869-Gentlemen, I feel it a duty I owa to onu to express my gratitude for the great bentfit I have derivoed by taking 'Norton's Camomile Pille' I have applied to your agent, Mr Bell, Berkeley, for the above;.ame. Pills, for wind in the stomach, from which I suffered excruciating pain for a length of time, having tried nearly every remedy prescribed, but without deriving ainy benefi at a5ll After taking two bottlee of your valu able pill, I was quite restored to my usual state of health Please give this publicity for tIe benefit of thos who may thus be efllieted--I am, Sir, yours truly, HENRY I ALLPASS-TO the proprietors of NORTON's CAMOMILE PILLS. AA , - ELPHIN3TONE.-Impounded at Elphinstone. Black horse, medium draught, stripe with white spot below it, hind feet white? collar and saddle marked tn near shoulder, JH conjoined in circle near thigh Brown more, blaz., near hind foot white, collar and saddle, Coit nmar shouldrr (the R blotched) If not claimed and ...
KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, Dec 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870
KILMIORE BOROUGIl COUNCIL -4---- Monday, Dee 5. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Kil. imoro Borough Council was held 6n Monday evening. Present :-HIis Worship the Mayor and Councillors Bossence, Hickey, Dowling, Lyster, Sugden, and afterwards Councillor Maloney. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORIESBPONDENGE 1-From John O'Neill, in reference to removal of gravel and formation of foott path and drains near his premises. A report from the Public Works Com, mittee which was subsequently read finally disposed of the subject contained in the letter of O'Neill 2-From Central Board of Health, for warding appoidtment of Edward Brook, Esq. M.D., as Health Officer foi' the Borough; also instructions for the guidance of Luch Received, and the instructions were ordered to be forwarded to.Edward Brock, Esq. 3-From James Cushen, resigning his contract for lighting street lamps. Cr Dowling asked to see the specifica tions. After some discussion, it was decided to ...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870
TO CORRESPONDENTS. To ensure the itsermrin of communications it is ab'olhtelq neeessary that they should be couched in moderate language, and written in the form of let ters.' All , ommunications intended for insertion mrust be autlhenticated by the name and address of the toriter ntt necessarily for publication but as a gua cnteee of good faith. O P oTHE TH INI T IlG MEN."-Your lettar has put us in porseesion nt some useful information, but as it is likely matters will bae amicably are ranged this week, we think it well to hold the communication over until we see further. "YANKEE GRAB." (To the Editor of the Free Press.) SiRa,-I observe in your issue of the lat inst. two letters, each signed '"Yankee Grab." Anyperson can tell neither were ever dictated by the veritable "Yarkee Grab," although he boasts of having written the first one-after being closeted up in a back room in deep study, perusing "Walker" and " Johnston" for several hours. The "Itinerant Barber's "letter truly showe...
KILMORE POLICE COURT. Wednesday, November 23, 1870. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870
KILIiORE POLICE COURT. Welducsd.iy, November 23, 1870. (Before A. P. Akeburst, Esq., P.M.) James Farrell and James Hickey were charged by Constable Rickey with being drunk and disorderly. The first-named was cautioned and discharged, and the latter fined 40s. Matthew Gardiner was charged by Constable Hickey with inciting to resist the police in the execution of their duty, and was flued 403.
Thursday, November 24, 1870. (Before John Fynn, Esq, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870
Thursday, November 24, 1870. (Before John Fynn, Esq, J.P.) John Mulligan, charged by Constable Ml'Quade with being drunk and disorderly, was cautioned and discharged.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870
CO ~IMERCIAL INTELLIGENUE KILMORE. George ITudson quotes: Ont?, Coloniel, 33 to 3j 3d per bushel B3ran, 1a per bushel Pollard, 1s 4: per bushel Hay, row L3 5, to L3 10 per ton Ohaff, 4s per cwt Potatcey, 3s to 3j 6d per cwt John J Reilly quotes :- • Ot; 34 3rl to &e 01 per bush 3ran 1a 2, dio Pollea ni. 4.1 rdo Iay 1.3 10a per tr!n (~heff 4 per cwt. lacs:a L3 51 to T3 151 per ton