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BROADFORD ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 February 1870

BROADFORD ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, February 1. Present:- The Chairman (Mr Glover),. Messrs O'Connor, Tullob, Moodie, and Philbrick. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence as follows was then readi and considered : 1-From Ti,migration offic, asking for certain information. The Clerk stated he bad furnished the information required. 2'-From Registrar General's office, rer questing that a return of the shires and road districts for the financial year 1869 be trans mitted to that department before the 15th March next, in accordance with the form therein enclosed, The Clerk wae instructed' to comply therewith. 3-From Evans Brothers,.enclosing circu. lar of pnublications approaching completion, and soliciting orders for same The Clerk was instructed to purchase the new Shires' Statute bound, with index, decisions, and annotations. 4-From secretary to Campbell's Creek Road Board; with reference to the new Shires Bill, requesting the Broadford Board: to be r...

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A[?]ADA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 February 1870

The Red River insurgents have issued a declaration of independence, protesting against their transfer to Canada without their consent, but are willing to negotiate. General M' Dougall raised a force of Indians and half breeds to attack the rebels

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, 14th February, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 February 1870

KILMORE BOROUGH COUTNCIL. Monday, 14th February, 1870. Present .--His Worship the Mayor (Mr Fvnn), and Councillors O'Connor, Sugdee, Dowling, Reilly, Hickey, and Miloney. The minutes of the previous meeting hay ing been read and confirmed, correspondence received since last meeting was dealt with The report of Public Works Committee upon the state of the drain rear Mr John M'Kenzies property, and also upon the state of the drainage, near Red Linm: Cr Dowling moved that the report be received and ad, opted. Seconded by Cr O'Connor. Cr .Hickey opposed portion of the report being adopted. The Mayor supported the adoption of the report which war put and carried. Cr Hickey only voting against it The Mayor submitted an estimate, pre. paratory to m;iking a rate. He moved that the estimate he approved of Seconded by Cr'Sugden Cr Hickey contended that the motion was out of order, as it' was overriding previous resolutions of the Council. A great deal of desultory conversation took place on t...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 February 1870

TO CORlRESPONDENTS To ensure Ine t'serc ,n of communications t1 i ah'olutelq necersaryq that they should be couched in moderate language and wcrittei in the form of le ters. all, ommunications intended for insertion must b authenticated by the name and address of the writ n?t necessarily for.publitction bui as a guarant' of qood. faith

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CONTINENTAL FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 February 1870

CONTINENTAL FRANCE. After endless rumours, the resignition of the Cahinet was announced on t he 28th Nerly all the late elections have been declared valid Count Chambord has issued a manifesto on the present state of France declaring hereditary monarchy to be the only harbnr of refuge The form:,tion of a new Cabinet has been entrusted to M. Ollivier. The Emperor requested him to select persons who can with himself form a homogeneous Cabinet faithfully representing the Legislative ma jority

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[?] Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1870. ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. GENERAL SUMMARY. London, Dec. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 February 1870

r ?ntrBLI TnURaD&aY If nwI*' IRSDAY, FEF?lUA YR 17, 1570 ARRIVAL OF THE 7G LIS H MAIL. (By Electric Telegraph. ) (From the Argas.) GENEAL SUMM AR I Y. London, Dee. 31. The rocloni:al qnes:tion continues to be i d ,lid !ist,:red Tbree more Wed) mrel.ings h;ave been Feld at C':non - Hotel Mr Benumo;t showed by ie statistics how invari bly trade foli !"e ;: fl.,g-apparently the onlv argument t,1 +;e ,linds in favor of the ret.enron of :- cric:les. On the 15th, a deputation, -,::.ed by Viscount Bury, waited on .Ei aville The ostensible object of .:- ;iew was to disavow hostile inteni :ioi;s :,:lrds the Colonial Oflice in the cir, in?e -'ud lst August, and to ure a modi ~;.'~i n of the present system of administer, ing colo.i:u affairs. Earl Granville sanid e cuYd not assume any flame for misconceiv ing the spirit of the circular, illustrated as i was by the tone of recent meetings, but he had not allowed this to influence bim in -rir;no his despatch.to the colonial Gover. r,,+r;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 February 1870

E .PI'IN [L.\ E,-impounde'i at Eiphii.stone bu` m.a', b a. k p,:i.ts, small mark near thigh, 1-0 o nlo',r ?n -n' sa, ulder (writing T) Crreg .". e(li, b z!, igh I:telookL, -oar off ',irnd legs, Fu nn, n ' he, I., Ja near ash ;ulrr If :u .. - ,LI.1 &:, 'a be sil ",m 9 n ,arch L COATEI Poun s-epar KAI.KALLO--hp unded at Kalksllo itr9' rrr' li er Puee N adi' umu I? r ,t ai.d white hill: caves ti ried IF o chiiuxa4 tk,, a beol' on ~l arlch 9. W B GlDI) P nokeic;'er XKIL1OBR- Impounded a' Kilmore hI ,o --, tar,' off houlde like ,eaur huoulde S ,lw"-'crrt t l(r, .MG off rump 11, oI .I-iinu &', 0o hr soin on 2nd March ( G ANDER'ON, Poundkceper YO;'nIO .kEEEK:-I. p .. ded at N i'Iror ir rk st':::,i' ,,. bulloa', o*k'er, JD .ff rump rno i,?i white . ullo'k, w irk,*, jif) ff ump i. t rnin?. rry hlu'ck, JD if lUi p i not; ? lanan, &, ?t b. al Mar'ch 9 J WIL-O( , Puwainkeeper ':ORANG--. mponnded at Moraaig bro i, nmeriun, eraught mare, collar m -,,d, eh:od, 'I B near .ho...

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Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 February 1870

We hate zceived infournation, that a' :clever capture of a supposed murderer has just taken place at Pyaiong. It. appears that upwards of six years ago a murder was. committed in the Daylesford district, the peruetrator eluding the search of thu police ui;tll Monday last, when, from information receiveld. Cons ables Mahon and Flint scoured the Pyalong Ranges and arrested, in *-a tent in a se,.cluded portion of the bush. a man who. followed the o. cupation of a split ter and was rarely to be seen amongst the haunts of tmen. The fellow was ahout to: show fight, having wielded.a- tomahbawk for the purpose of striking one of the consta bles, when the Hlow was arrested' by Ithe other constable jumping into the hautsud I dnuiy. The um an will be brought up at the. Police Couut, and :.ill :ouobtless be remant t ded to where tih crime was coammit.ted t An adj, urned general metiug of the St f Patrirk's S ciety will be held on Saturday Sevening next, when, we underst.and, some definite steps...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 February 1870

SANDHUR8ST MINING BOARD BLEOTION; I HEREBY give notio that I am a Candidate Sfor a seat in the Mining Board for the Kilmore Di vision of the Sandhurst District at the fortboi.m-irt Election. DAVID O'ROURKE, SANDIIURST MINING BOARD. KILMORE DIVISION. I HEREBY give notice that I am a candidate for the Election to be held on the 26h February, 1870, for the office of member of the Santhurst M'ining Board. f'r the Kilmo-e D;vii",n. BARTHOLOMUW OUNNINGQAM. Sft Geirge's Presbyterian Chuirch. TENDERS. Tr ENDERS for rougheasting the above Church I will be received up to 6 p.m, on Friday, the S18th instant. Specifications to be seen on application to JOHN TAYLOR, Hon See. Kilmore, 9th February, 1870, EXCHEQUER GOLD MINING COMPANY (REGISTERED) I, THP undersigned, Gen-ge Frederic Vicker,, hereby make application to Register the "Exohet quer Gold Mining Company" (Registered) under Sthe provisions of the Mninig Companies Limited Liability Act. 1864 and I do solemnly and sincerely declare that the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 February 1870

IMPORTA T TO FA RME.S. John Fynn anid Co. FEG to intimate to the FA.MTERS of KITLMOR, aqd SU3,1OUND ING DISRICTS that they have taken O D E A S M ILLSa T,:;tir O rnpir:l br ME'-SRS nEC4R-XVEP & CO), and are now prepar.d to BUY WHEAT in any i UA NTITIE. , P T!:TCL AS TTT,LER has heen neneed. 'nrd .J F: & Co. hope thnt by Special At' trntinn to GRIS rING, which will be done at the U'sual Ch.trges, to merit a Share of C oom. UNIO - FLOUR MILLS, KILMORE, THE Farmers of the surrounding district and business men of Kilmore are .efuflllv informed that all FLI)Ulb , &c, is prolduet of Grist sent to the tbove. Mill: : e guaranleed sueri :r-al.o, all Flour, &e., sold. JOSEPH EAGER, Late Miller for Degraves ,nd- Co. P.S.--'Whea Bought nt Full Market Value, and all Gristing Iota done separately r.Ž., pro:du.ti :lVy. Seymour Steam Flour Mil s. -o ,F-0- to inform the Farmers of the Surrounding Neighborhood that they are oDep~ared : BUY WHEAT in any Quantities at th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 February 1870

i ESS99R GORDON & GOTCH, or Collins stree ' welt, Melbor. have been appointed agent r this Journal. Mr GOOCH, Ballarat, has been appointed agent this journal. LONDON GOENOY. TlE FRn? PREss may be read gratuitously in Lon on, at the News Rooms of Mecsre GOBDON and Go1OH, 121 Holborn Bill, where advertisements and subscrip one for the esrne are reaeived. TH KITLMORE FREE PRESS, PUBLISHED EVE Y THU DAY MO NING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. UHE terms or adverti3ing in the Kilmore Free Press are as under : TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE PER INCH. A reduction of ten per cent will be made for advertisements ordered ior one month ; twenty oer ent for two months; and thirty-three per cent for ibree months:--beyond which time a special arrange. mel t will be made. The terms of subscription to the Kilmore Free Press twill be 6a 6d per quarter in town, and 7e 6d if posted the ceuntry. The Quarters for subscription to the Free Press will commence on the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd September, an...

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POCKET MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

POCKET Mc1NEY.--If you want to ruin an impulsive boy, give him plenty of pocket money. The recipe is infallible. We have often seen it tried, and always with the same unhappy result. Rich parents are too apt to indulge in this killing species of kind ness, although every father and mother knows it is wrong; and yet .such things are common, Say what we may about the harsh, austere, uncompromising old Puritans, their stern family discipline was better than the domestic indulgence by which children are "spoiled" in these modern days. Boys need the curb as much as fiery young colts; and of the two extremes, it is wiser to bit them heavily than to throw the reins on their necks and let them gallop at their own wild will. There is a middle course, however, which conscientious trainers of youth find no difficulty in pursuing. Would there were more of them! The Latest Quotations in the Matrimonial Market.--Marriages scarce and depressed; engagements dull and but few coming for nard; courtsh...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, 18th February. Before Mr Akehurst, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

FKILMLORE POLICE COURT. Friday, 18th February, Before Mr Akehurst, P.M. Thomas Burley was charged with robbery and wounding. Mr Superintendent Green conducted the prosecution ; Messrs Meade and Twigg aps peared for the defence. James Stevenson, on oath, deposed that he resided at Kyneton at present; in January, 186-1, he was in the employ of AIr Lyons at Glenhope, and on the 29th of that month went to a store kept by one James Any drews; arrived at his place at about 6 o'clock in the evening, and my business was to pur chase some tobacco and look after some tools; remained at Andrews' up to 10 p.m. and was taking tea with Mr and Mrs Any drews at that hour when I heard a knock at the front door; Mrs; Andrews went to the door, asked " who's there?" and opened it; the prisoner then entered and came into the room where I was sitting with Mr Andrews; he was armed with a double barrelled gun, and pointed the muzzle at Mr Andrews, sayl ing, " If you stir a peg I will blow .your brains.out"...

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HEATHCOTE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

Ao ordinp. to the Ties", the followipg priOes rule I r volowisl praduc" a Heat1,ontP,: Flour L12 to L12 10' per e;n Wise' 4i 6d to 4e 9,1 per husbel, O to $p 87j to 41do Cape Barley $1 6, to $i 9J do. Maifo 7s do - ran Is Od So Pollard Is .1 do Pouttoes £5 per ton Hay £8. to £4 do Ohaff L5 to £6 do Butier (good freil'). I 2d per lb Eggs 2]e p:r dozen BEN ALT®. Thsrrdey, 7: The Xnagn, reperts tLe follQwiog of the ;Y1C/P rui Flour, £15 to £15iiO}ii pr tol Wbeat, 6e Gd 'ei bulic! Pollaed, 1s a do - Bran, is Oc do Oabts 4%6d to 5e !1h DONNYBUOOK. 1b Morsemo, Donnpbrooa *Qou:. roi~k· qlOtt~i? h Flour, £1t t{ i per ':ut Bran, Is 41 per bushel Poljrari p 64 ver buaii!s

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ALLEGED MERCANTILE FRAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

ALLEGED MIERCANTILE FRAUD. (From the Daily Telegraph.) A charge of conspiring to defraud, which has lately created some interest in mercantile circles, was investigated at the City Police Court yesterday morning, before Mr Call, P.M., Mr Hurst, and Mr Alston. J.P.s. James Williams, and James Raymond, the prisoners, were placed in the dock: Mr lfiginbutham appeared for the prosecution ; and _Mr Read watched the case for the de fendants. Tho facts as stated art that about June last the prisoners arrived by the Swiftl sure, and a few months afterwards Williams commenced to float and advertise a " Home and Colonial Llate glass Accidental Insur, ance Company." An office was established over the Maritime and General Credit Company's chambers, 81 Swanston street. At this time Raymond was entering the service of Mr Alexander Kennedy, grocers Carlton, as assistant. In the beginning of October, Williams rented a shop at 21 Peel street, East Ccllingwood, andanother at the corner of Stephen and...

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DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT Melbourne, February 16, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

DALM4&Ro OAMRP4ELJi AND CQ'R Mvlheu:nr, c rrrlt··? 16, 1870. FIrTCATTLE -1.197; I?.ei osimnse ' n Iio i'. th ve~k,. euppla t ," ntajorit; ::ýº,'.r [ l ýr ' · 'I the (rezi,,g di.'iirt- o' ': R r" Po. vcd v e psdd'~ts9 --w at ow, A 'w r"e tdili fl n Whoe war. gv 3-c':, 't;t: 7rgii t r - tqn qi t last werk E c ,r c!!'c a. e ; 22, @: 1.. 0;i W .rime tit at 01 !r -!U Wul !lý!ºýa, tri n r" zlleadc, t-'ipijp' th.- wt '1a r f £9 0 Oc tor bnllockq. Yae qu-"r best 'OutloLkq at rm 99 to L1 e)nd,' .7 tc £8'; inikri _r £4 upin.irn.

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A BANK ROBBED OF NEARLY £100,000. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

A> BANK BOBBED OF NiABJtY £100,000. The Boylaton National Bank, at; Boston, was entered on Sunday morning, the 21st of November, and a clesn sweep made of all the valuables on deposit in the outer vault The valnab.es were largely in United States bonds, and were contained in 25 or 30 tin trunks, belonging to as many diffrent in. dividuals, and supposed by the cashier to, be worth from 400,000 to 500,000 dols.. It appears that about October 2C a man, giving the name of \W A Judson, bought out a barber in the adjacent building, on the see. nnd floor, the same as the bank. Between this room and the back room are the two ialls0of the building, together twenty inches thick. In the barber shop Judson and Co. setrup the business of vending Californi. wine bitters. The walls of the room were wainscoted up to the ceiling, the boards run nig' laterally. The robbers then went .to worD' and cut off a front corner of.. the room by a-little.partition, making an inner private office. The wainoc...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

10 COIBRESPQNIYENT'S entire IAe snaerzni of comrnurceatilqn ii abeolutrly necessary that they shoolk bpcouched in .nodiraa language, and rl-en in theforrnof 18 ters. 411 communications inteiid- foPr. im eriano must & aathenticatsd ys the name and addrea* of the wri.. not nece5saari4 f1o.pub1icatio4 bjt as a _gturant f oo4 fA

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MILITARY TRAINING OF THE FENIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

MIL!TAiY TRAINING OF TEE FENIANS. Te Cork Constitution says : -"Whether ih - o',, asion b.e the death of a drummer boy in a temperance band, the return of a felon a; a member of Parliament, or the anniveri asrv of the execution of .en convicted of murder, the society displays itself in its strength, and its members, with all the regularity and quickness of soldiers answers ing the bugle call, assemble in the flat of the city withlout any clashing or confusion and fail into regular order. The perfection in military training wuas ery evident here a few ni .hts since, when over 10,000 people, the majority of them fine stalwart men, coining from all quarters of the city and suburbs, joined in a torchlight procession t) honour the election of O'Donovan Rossa as member for Tipperary. Anyone aceustomed to the evolutions of military, and who wit! nessed the display that night, mnist have obh served the superior degree of training of the bodies that marched-'how they marched. and at every tu...

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KILMORE HOSPITAL. WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

KILMOR] . HO2P1T4. WEEKLY REPORT. · Of. pitti PT Admitted .... - ... S fwi nii~ed ... ' , ,t ainfr. .,.;. ý.. Z Vol crthi ?t :.Ial.+ýaý"ý: 1 .lr···r

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