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ASSAULT ON MR G P SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 December 1870

ASSAULT ON MR G P SMITH. An affray of a rather extraordidary character took place on Monday afternoon, and formed the prot minent topic of conversation about town for the rest of the day. Manyland various versions were given of the occurrence, but all agreed in this, that Mr Bowman, ex.M L A for Maryborcuhb, had assaulted Mr G P Smith, M LA for South Bourke, and that the latter had been very roughly used. As usual, in cases where violence has been resorted to with a view of redressing supposed grievances, there is a great deal of difference in the statements given of the mati ter which led up to the climax bat with regard to the circumstances of the .fight itself, the various aooounts agree tolerably well. It is however needful, in relating the particulars of Monday's afray, that some account should be given of the causes from which it arose. Therefore, in spite of the difficulty of seleotiug facts, and harmonising statements related from opposite points of view, and more less affec...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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BABY FARMING IN LONDON. EXTRAORDINARY REVELATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 December 1870

---'.t.. ' -- '' . .. . BABY FARMNINGN LONDON, EXTRAORDINARY BEVELATIONS. (From the Time:, October 7:) During a discnssion on baby-farming at the 0 Dialestical Society's room, 1 4dtm-street, Adlphi, I a statement~nade by Margart Waters on Wednesday, and which covered some fifteen sides of foolacap, t excited great interest, The discussion was originated 0 by a paper of Dr Dickson, of St Luke's Asylum, on 0 " Baby Farming and its Physical and Social Effects." d Waters's revelations were epitomised as follows : Dr Edmunds stated that on Wednesday he had tl seen the woman, Margaret Waters, new lying under a sntence of death, and he received from her a u statement relative to her history, and the way she 14 conducted her system of baby.farming. The facts , which she gave him revealed the particulars of a state o of things of which few people had any idea. Waters, f, it appeared, was a widow since 1864: In that year b she was settled with her husband in Newfoundland, t and was in very go...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 December 1870

TO CORRESPONDENTS. To ensure the snsertoin of communications it is abaolutely necessary that they should be couched in moderate language, and written in the form of let lers. c.1 oommunications intended for insertion must be autlhenticated by the name and address of the wrsiter not necessarily for publioetion but as a guacntees of good faith. "G. W." (Feymour).--We do not know whether your letter is intended for publication, the fact of your having, as you state, always "sacted a freind to thi joaurnel through rocf and smooth" cannot I ossibly iniluence us in one way or another in the performane of what we oonctive to be a duty. SOHn oF TInI TsINq?L'G MEN " is politely re. minded that we exercise only a necessary discretion in declining to publish letters which, whilst not calculated to do say goy d, are onlt likely to excite those pars~as whoso o nditior, they pretend to improve. Any attempt it the present time to foster a spirit such as our correspondent advocates, would be fraugh...

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Tuesday, December 13, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 December 1870

Tuesday, December 13, 1870. In the absence of Magistrates the Clerk of the 'Court postponed the cases on the list to Friday.

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 December 1870

44+ asuse $ L'ivic r o a. i'unL15HR TIuaanAY iOBN!iNL. T IIURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1870. nI',lE Government of Victoria, whilst profuse in extending favours to friends and ';luderers, are, withal, very parsimonious ii, many actions-indeed the extreme ,.iggardliness they are displaying with rt:lerence to the system of Government id vertisingcannot too strongly be deprecated, iRs the results are likely to prove very i jurious to the colony at large, besides h.,ve the effect of opening up a fresh and fvenyive fiAld for corruption. The latest goveinmental arrangements made are to the vflect that all notices in connection with (.,vernmenL Works, Crown Land Sales, or, indeed, any description of advertising, ihw9id, as far as practicable, be confined to the columns of the " Government Gazette," a publication the circulation of which is a uiknown beyond the limits of public offices b in the colony. Look at the matter in any r light, and we can see no reasonable grounds t for such an extraordina...

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Saturday, December 10, 1870. (Before George Hudson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 December 1870

Saturday, December 10, 1870. (Before George Hudson, Esq, J.P.) Police, per M. A. Watson, v. Patrick O'Keefe, for wilful and obscene exposure, Remanded until 16th inst.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 December 1870

SEY ?'u UR 1 AD DISTRICT. ~ atement of Receipts and Expenditiure for the Yeas Ending 15th October, 1870 1869 Dr. A£ . d. October 17th. To B3alnce of Account brcught forward ... ... ... 2538 t8 2 ,, econd moiety of endowment, 18f9 ... ... .. 202 2 7 first do. do, 1870 ... ... ... 265 0 0 ,, portion of Special Vote ... ... ... ... 3(7 2 7 ,, slaughtering licence .. ... ... ... ... 30 0 ,, sale ofrolls ... .. ...... ... 0 7 0 RATES. Avenel division .. ... .. ... £165 4 0 Seymour do. ... .. ... ... 222 2 0 Tallarook do. ... ... ... ... 207 9 8 -? 9415 8 ,, VT. R. Callanan's deposit as candidate forfeited ... 5. 0 0 ,, deposit Contract No. 8 forfeited ... ... . 8 0 0 ,, fDo. do. No. 13 do. ... ... 8 19 0 16 19 0 ,, deposits on contracts ... ... ... ... 223 18 8 ,, rent, Avenel Toll ... ... ... 800 11 10 ,, do. Seymour Toll ... ... ... 1161 1 10 1961 13 8 £6178 17 4 AMOUNT O WING BY BOARD. On District Contracts ... ... .. . £302 5 0 Deposits on same .. ... ... . .. . .. 42 1 0 - £316 6 O ...

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TALLAROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 December 1870

TALLAROOK. (FROM A CORIESPONDENT.) As the North-Eastern Railway works prop gress, the opening of the road by which the traffic from the Yea, Alexandra, and other' Upper Gonlburn districts will reach the railway, assumes increased importance. A main line of road from Tallarook to Yea or onwards, has been surveyed and marked be the Government, and some considerably improvements have been made on it by the Seymour Road Board. The road runs over a line of country admirably adapted for traffic of every kind, It is quite free from all danger of floods, even in seasons like the one just passed, and without a hill worth menu tioning on the whole extent, As the road runs through several road districts, all of whom are about to spend money on it, an inspection of the road was made on the 7th instant, by Mr Hickey-a member of the Seymour Road Board-Mr Cairns, chair man, and Mr G Grant, member of the Yea Road Board, and Mr Coster, president of the Alexandra Shire Council. It was found that noth...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Thursday, December 8, 1870. (Before George Hudson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 December 1870

KILMOR]E POLICE COURT. Thursday, December 8, 1870. (Before George Hudson, Esq. J.P.) George M'Cormack, charged b/Constable Hickey with being drunk and disorderly, was discharged with a caution. Friday, December 9, 1870. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq.; P.M.) The following persons were cha'rged by the police, at the instance of. Messrs O'Grady, Leggett, and Noonan, with wilful injury to property, viz :-Thomas Haugh, Thomas Deane, Francis Kearns, Denis Lenahan, Thomas M'Gahan, and lames Feaney. Each sentenced to three months' imprisonment, and at the expirationof that period," Haugh, Deane, M'Gahan, and Feaney were ordered to find two sureties in £25 each for their good behaviour for six monshe. Emily Woolfe v. Ann Duffiun for assault, Fined 20s, and £1 16s costs.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 December 1870

COMMTROIAL INTEihLIGENOB KILMORE. John J Reilly quotes : Oats 3s 3d to 9s Od per bush Bran is 2d do Pollard Is 4d do hIay L3 0I per toa Chaff 4s per owt Potatoes L3 5s to L 15s per ton

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 December 1870

'? ESSRS GORDON & GOTCH, or Collins stree tL west, Melbourne, have been appointed agent rthis Journal. Mr GOOH, Ballarat, has been appointed agent this journal. LONDON AGENCY. THE Fnas PBEBS may be read gratuitously in Lon on, at the "News Rooms of Messrs GORnDO and Goror, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and subscripone for the same are received. THE KILMORE FREE PRESS, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. THE terms or adverthiing in the Kilmore Free Iress are as under : TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE PER INCH. A reduction of ten per cent will be made for advertisements ordered for one month ; twenty per ent for two months; and thirty-three per cent for bree months :-beyond which time a special arrange moent will be made. The terms of subscription to the Kilmore.Free Press will be 6a 6d per quarter in town, and 7a 6d if posted the country, The Quarters for subsariptionr to the Free Press will commence on the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd September, an...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET M. M'CAW AND ANOTHER, REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 December 1870

MELBDOURNE PRODUCE MARK^ET M. M0AQw AND ANoTnRu, REPORT For the Week ending December 7, 1870: In consequence of the fine weather, supplies of wheat have been coming forward more plentifully, and the price conacquently had a slight downward t.ndenoy: For very good to prime samples we obtained, at our sale (o-day, 5s 7d to 5s 9d ; while f,r good grain, badly oleaned, we had to accept 5s 4d to 5s 6d. Flour has been very dull during the past week, it biting dliflcult to sell at our qutsions,. Feer.dig eains are without any chbange of note. '.'-od oats, for feeding purposes, saleable at 31 4e to ii 6d; while prime milling samplea are worth 9a 7d ,o 3e 81. Maize, worth about 4e; we obtaiucd , over that for a fair sample to dry, Dairy produce has been in ta?hor batter demand, with a slight rise in price for :ho 'eet purcela. Below we give details--result of actual sales. w £ D £e D Flour, sk dad Viotorian 12 7 0 to 12 10 0 seconds 0 10 0 Sfaizo 0 4 C Wheat, milling samp Vic. 0 5 41 to 0 5 ...

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DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, December 7, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 December 1870

-0 DALMAUIOY CAMPBELL AND 00'8 REPORT. Melbourne, December 7, 1870. FAT CArTIl.-1,318 head were entered for the week's supply 974 of which passed the hammer to day at about last week'*quotations, say-Best beef, light weights, 22, Gd to 25s per 100 lbs. The quality of those yarded was from medium to good, with a few prime amongst them, and principally long journey lots; the balance will be offered to-morrow, when we expect lower rates will rule. We have sold outside 251 head,prinoipally bullocks, for Mr II J Adams, ]logendena, at an average of £6 8 6d ; and 133 culls for same owner, at £4. FAT CALtrs.-57 head were yarded, principally inferior; Middling vealers brought 26a to 80s ; in ferior, 10 upwards. No prime in. FAT S?BEP.-18,000 yarded, comprising a conr siderable number of good to prime, which were readily disposed of at fully late rates i second and inferior qualities were not in such good demand, and a portion of the latter description were turned out unsold. The meat preserv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 December 1870

By a fluke I got entry to the strangers' gallery of a the Legislative Assembly the oiher night, and was present when the division took p'aoe on the second reading of the Payment of Members Bill, and I certainly could not understand why s' division was necessary on such a question. I only wish that I was a member of any institution, and had the power to vote myself remuneration-that's all, I fancy the only division that would take place then would be C whether it should be a hundred a year, more or lees. The only reason that I can imagine for the sixteen members voting against remuneration is, that they have no use for the money. So I will o'en suggest to them that my employers, the Monster Clothing Company, will willingly give them in exchange for the said money, a splendid assortment of men's and boys' clothing, which not only can they wear them. selves, but also present to their constituents, 21 Bourke.street, cast, near the Post Office, same side. 3 -Look on the flags.-AnvT. -' B...

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MORRISON'S CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 December 1870

MORRI8O'8S OASB. We take the following from the Herald: As my name has lately been brought before the public unfavorably, not only in Parliament, but by leading articles .in metropolitan papers; I feel it a duty to my obharater to lay the matter fully before the public, for, although styled "the man Morrison," I have relatives and acquaintances occupying re speotable positions in this colony who would not for a moment believe (froe their knowledge of my character) that I am capable of, in any way, mil conducting myself. Still, I feel that they will expect to hear from me through the press, giving some expression on the subject that will explain the matter to the publio. In the fir4t plai it has been stated that 1 was dismissed, whi h is a falsehood; the fact is, I was called on to resign-orhich is not a likely step if they had a ooae against me-which I refused to 'o; I was therefore discbaried. I may observe that there is a marked diffarenoe in the pilico •.rvio hati »a m n h,.;..,-...

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SEYMOUR ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, December 6th, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 December 1870

SEYMOUR ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, December 6th, 1870. The usual monthly meeting of the Sey. mour District Road Board was held at the office of the Board, Seymour, on Tuesday December 6th, the members present being Messrs Shelton (Chairman), Morison, Hio key, Rogers, Coombs, Ryan, Guild, Perron, and M'Intire. The minutes of the previous ordinary and annual meetings were read and con firmed, on the motion of Mr Perron, seconm ded by Mr Guild. hbe correspondence sent since last meeoot ing were read; also the correspondence received, as followvs: 1-From the Treasury, with voucher for second moiety of endowment for Chairman's and. Treasurer's signatures. Signed and re turned. 2--From Roads and Bridges office, for return of all damages done by the recent floods. The clerk stated that he had for. warded the reoturns. 3 -From same, forwarding copy of conm. plaint from Goulburn Valley Road Beard with reference to removal of Avenel toll gate. Tue Board expressed an opinion that they had no intenti...

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Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 December 1870

We learn with much pleasure that most of the men on the North-Eastern railway line have resumed work, very few inaeed holding out for the advance. We believe that in some cases as much as 7s per day of eight hours has been given to the men, but the contractors reserve to themselves the right to classify them, as many are better worth that amount than others are 6s. Notices have been issued that all trespassers on the line will be prosecuted, and this is only a preliminary step to bringing to justice all who may venture to endeavour to im pede operations. Some malicious and cowardly miscreant perpetrated a most wanton and diabolical outrage on the night of Friday last, . by severing the ham.strings of a valuable bull belonging to Mr Duncan M'Lean, of the Dry Creek, What makes the cowardly action worse, is, that it seems to have been done in the paddock of Mr M'Lean, 4 gen tleman who bears the best character amongst. his neighbors. On Tuesday evening last Mr J. 13. Key, of Kilmore, de...

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COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO MR. ALEXANDER GUILD, SEYMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 December 1870

COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO MR, I ALEXANDER GUILD, SEYMOUR. . -4--+----t On the evening of the 7th instant Mr t Alexander Guild of the Royal Hotel, Seymour, was entertained by the inhabitants a of that township at a public dinner, and, t both as far as the numbers and influence of c those who met to do honor to the guest were I concerned, as well as the way in which every thing was conducted, the affair was one of C the most successful of the kind ever before I held in a district noted for its hospitality and generosity. The dinner was given principally with the view of showing the high appreciation of the entertainer of the t valuable assistance rendered by their guest I in saving life and property during the late I disastrous floods, as well as to mark their respect for Mr Guild as a worthy and es. teemed citizen, and we must say it must have been highly gratifying to that gentleman to see about forty of the most respectable I people in the district meet to do him honor. The chair was...

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DREADFUL SUFFERINGS IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 December 1870

DREADFUL SUFFERINGS IN THE BUSH. An inquest on some human remains believed to be those of the lost boy Mad dern-found a short distance below McEvoy's paddock, El Dorado, was held at Martell's hotel on Monday, when the following evi- deece was adduced:-Richard Maddern deposed: I am a miner, residing at El Dorado. I recollect the 23rd October last. I took my son, William Maddern, six years old into the bush with me to look for horses, about a mile from my house. It was near 10 a.m. I went round one side of a small hill, and sent the boy round the other side. When I reached the top he was not to be seen. I turned back to look for him, and found his little tracks on the sand going towards home. I concluded he had gone there. I did not return home for about an hour and a half, and when I did he was not there. His mother and I went out into the bush to search for him. After searching two hours we sent for his two brothers from school, and all four went out again, but found no further trac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870

ADVERTISEMENTS. ' hiIE KILIORE AMATEUR ETHIOPIANS j beg to announce to the inhabitants of Kilmore .'Id the eurrounding distriats that they intend to give a GRAND Amateur VOCAL and INSTRU 1eIENTAL CONCERT in the Mechanics' Institute or FRIDAY, DEC. 23rd, 1870. For pa:tiotilars See Posters. (jERSONS who have LtAT 8 in cmnrection with - the FRENCH WOUNDED WIDOW AND ORPBAN FUND are requested to return sane to the earetary or Treasurer of the Rdlmore Committee on or btfore the 24th day of D cember inst Races! Races !! pYALONG ANNUAL RACES to be IHELD on 26th DECEMBER, 1870. S EWARDS: John Halpin, Wm Cordell Patrick Cooke, John Meehan John Wilson William Dodd JUDGE: Mr Matthew Kelly. STARTER: Mr John Gorman. SEORETARY AND TREASURER: Mr Hugh Doogar. MAIDEN PLATE SOf 4 eov, open to all horses that never won an advertised prize; weight for age; one mile heats; entrauce 7e 6d. TOWN PLATE Of 10 sove, open to all ho!ses; weight for age; three times round the course ; entrance ti, STEEPLECHASE O...

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