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"JOHN PEERYBINGLE" ON PAYMENT OF MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 January 1871

'"J.OfN..PEE RYBI1GLE ON PAY T 0?1? O M4EMBERý. (PrO1 THE WEEKLY TIMES, JANUABiY 7.) There's a gr`at shaking among the chaps that want to grab seii? d.as a week without earning it. Nearly every dffe in the country means to have.a shy at Parliaimen 'i?n that there's money hanging to it. I'veo red the following sent to me, but some how don't like the company. The liability doesn't seem to be limited enough to please re: "SOCIETY F03 TIE DIrFUIrION OF STATE S?'AB. President, the Right Honorable Jeremiah Sneakford, Esquire. Vice-President, Shadraeh 8hystrike, Esq;. Committee : -- Bathurst, Esq., Pentridge -- Draper; Eesqq do - Danielle, Esq., do Ginger O'Regan, Esq, do -- Power, Esq., do Gent :-of the road, And a Sub-Committee of Similar Gentlemen--At Large. "By the word 'Sugar,' in this oonnection, is meant that peculiar form of Saccharine Matter, which is capable, under certain delicate oanditions, of being extracted from the pockets of Other People. "Other People are persons, who by ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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PERAMBULATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 January 1871

PERAMBULATOI;. Oh. allow me to express my gratitude to the champion of the" de,?nceless and private individual," Mr Bourke, your old benefac tor. Let ime openly return thanks to the man who so highly appreciates that " ines timable talent-sound common sense." Away now with all drivelling and untruth--there is a man hired especially to tell, in the most precise terms, the exact state of public feeling in this district and to proclaim aloud to the world the mighty works of the talen4 ted Mr Bourke, who, as my query of last week remains unanswered, must have be, come sufficiently smart to be able to write his name within the past year or so-that is if the assertion of a certain Mr Lewin was true. Strange ivorld this!-strange that some people are possessed of the peculiar rta. ut of blowing hot and cold, and yet they uc,:r tell anuything but truth ! Indeed every body else than themselves are incapable of stating what is correct ! It is well to have one man in the town capab'o of giving ...

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, January 9, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 January 1871

'kLMORS E BOROUGH COUNOIL, Monday, January 9, 1871: Present t-Hie Worship the Mayor (John Fynn, Eeq), and Councillors Boesence, Hickey, Lyster, O'Connor, and afterwards Counoillor Reilly. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence inwards and outwards was read, the correspondence inwards being dealt with as follows: 1. From R. Quick, asking permission to lay on water to the premises of Mrs Fleury and Mr Helms. Granted. 2. Frocn the Inspector of Nuienpeas, in reference to the nuisence caused by butchers slaughtering sheep w thin the Bircgh, and informing the Council that Mr J. Crorsley had refused to ceace rendering fat within the B3orcueh, as had also Mr T. Croseley. The report was received, 3 and 4, From Toll Manager, in reference to unpaid rents from Campbellfleld, Kinlochew, Wallan Wallan, and Kilmore Tollgates. In moving that the communication be received, t? ' Mayor said that he was sorry that action had not i..;:: [en in the matter when it come...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 January 1871

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NOTES AND REED REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 January 1871

Nor's 1~fl R~rD IITh'PT, tno ,r, ^k-i rn,!~i:t.7 Jr; -,w 4, 1E.; 1 . 1'u'o lre been verr ]i't}, buneinePla (ion in the V'i` IO'3t yC''flt 11'3nr k in .r1c'.r CO of the ' , ' !': pre prtic P un1c .l ' u , h Ft 'i rr n c tn , t 'i ' Oi . d u s ed , £ 1 2 i 5 t o £ 1 2 toi ~ i em 11 rrrj, £I1 per ton. Brun Is Idto Ia 21. Sk1'.'rd, Eno, I; 2d to Is 4'1; ao, prl1:(c, 111 1,; I1. il.t! scIuf:1 ''!iT:1in', 5 7Th to 5s 1} :, Oi~il, but A% t E1`. 6·p:EP, 9.1 ~ 1 in 31 03 1 h (.3 o, 21 . J I., uiý , 11nt 2 5 1 o s+. M 1it 2. F:" . ton :I+ i."r- o:... , cv. £4 to " £'3 15. (fit r d ~ ~ r to' Gd5 6, t : 71; 2.4 q n ily 441 5,. _ ' r1L 7;2:igiit,3

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET M'CAW, ADAM[?] AND REPORTS, [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 January 1871

-:? 1.9 Wk+ h -J o'?;'" 4, 171: ;1':.: i ,I!,-j}rin .s., rUN"ý"ist' w l, e hgh:':ý b, in cones. t h ' d the ccrciy :f rupplice, i r l h r t men much doing. r2- rin of flo'ur ea a'rch from £12 101 to t 15, rnd prime esampler of whcat, up to 5s 93. (ood T,)r'erian feed oats are in fair request, at 3, 53 to 34 63 ; end prime heavy milling samples, romo 2d per blchel more. Mi;ze h11 sd.v;doed Sd per bunhcl since our last, 4E 3d bei.g rc?ii;,y obtairable for good sotnd pareels: In aecordarce with a resolution passed at a publio mnetirg held at cur cifce on the 21st ultimo, we Cn.de on ttrmtpt tbis day to seAl garin by the cental, but fcun;i the trade were tot prepared to adopt it, and ccnarrqent~y fell beck upon the old sy.tem of selling per bushel. winch we intend conticuir?. Below we give detail--result of actual sales. Flour, ik dsd Vietorian 12 7 6 to 12 15 0 i;n:ze 0 4 0 Fwheat, inferior 1. Z: 0 4 7 to 0 5 0 Ocpe Barley 0 2 9 to 0 2 10 O?tI;, fdc' 0 3 8 to 0 3 6 ; r,':: 0 1 1 tllerd...

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SEYMOUR ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, 3rd January. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 January 1871

SEYMOUR ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, 3rd January. The members p:eeent were Meosrs Shelton (Chair men), Coomb., Hiokeey, R g'"s, Pevro:., and Guild. The previous mirnes:c 'era reId an:l confirmed, on the moti,.n of Mr Guild. seconded by Mr Ooon'be. The correascndence sent sin^ list meoring was read; also the correspondence received, r, follows: 1 From the treasurer of the late Road Board con ference. Received. 2 From Registrar.General, with statistics, etc. Received. 3 From Central Board of Health, for return for 1870. The clerk was instructed to reply to the letter: 4 From Roads and Bridges ofilBP, acknow'elging receipt of main road accounts for 1870, Received 5 From Treasury stating that account was passed for :a"menet: Mr Guild moved and Mr Perron raconded that the clerk be instructed to write to the Board of Land end Works relative to the removal of loam. Car ried. Mr Guild moved and Mr Hickey seconded that a man be employed on the ecuthern end of the main road for a week or two, as reco...

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To the Editor of the Free Press. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 January 1871

To theo tiior of thie Free Press, s?,--It tpoeks well for the course of instruotion: instituted by Mr. I Davisi Professor of.Musio,, when I hear that the young ladies of Kilmore, now. pracsiping the proesrion, are ashamed to acknowe lodge the proicienry obtained under that gentleman's, care. The reason can only seupoao thinking it, wculd i:rjn e thern by the public hiving too high an) opinion or e.limation of Mr Dovis's abilitiea, whioh would b? rega'd,-d as detrimental to the welfaraeof[ tlosc reeki!ng a iivi:g for themselves and family : therefore to gunard the publio against the impreoaion. tha~ Mr Davis i or was their finishing master, when. the quee'iou is aered, t" Wac Th riia your tutor P"? they reply, " Oh, no i he di. not flsin my musical' educaliui, btut I vii?ed a firs' oaes Finieshing Pro. } fsri:nal in iriulrn?e at an enormous expene? " r look upon theu 'ie rtion as an idle exonse, and a. decepti:,n to the public, receiving all the tuition: t.f! c'. conuk b nigurded th?...

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DONNYBROOK AND WALLAN WALLAN ROAD BOARD. SPECIAL MEETING. Tuesday, December 20th, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 January 1871

DONNYBROOK AND WALLAN 1WALLAN, ROAD BOARD. PPEOIAL MRETING. Tueaday, December 20th, 1870 Present :-The Chairman (Mr Godfrey), Messr', Abbott, O'Connor, Smyth, Waitt, Wright, and D: Wilson. The Chairman explained that this was a specwle meeting convened for the purpose of appointing thu superior c foors of the Board. Moved by Mr Abbott, seconded by Dr Wilson, that Mr James M'D. Larnach be re-appointed Troeaurer to the Board for the ensuing year; Canr ried. Moved by Mr Wright, seoonded by Dr Wilson, that Mr John N Kelly be appointed Clerk, Surveyor, and Collector'for the ensuing year:- Carried. SThooBord intimated its approval of the satiefa,. tory manner in which the offioera performed their respective duties:.

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, January 6, 1871. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 January 1871

KILMORE POLICE: COURT;. Friday, January 6, 1871. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P:M.), James Truelove v John Allen for £111* 6d, goods sold. Not served Date extended Same v W Dylum for £4 Os 6d. Ordeni for amount and 5s costs. Same v W MBanibink for £5 17s. Witht. drawn, Same v Jeremiah 3'Carthy, for £9,13. 10d. Order for amount and 5s costs. Same v James Siaett, for £2 178 11ld Order for amount and 5s costs. Same v Walter Constable, for £7 ls 11d; Order for amount and 5s costs. Saturday, January 7, 1871. (Before W. Spurling, Esq., J.P;), John Fitzgerald charged by Congtable. M'Quade with being drunk and disorderly; was discharged with a caution. Monday, January 9, 1871. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M.). John Jennings charged by Constable. Flint with lunacy, Cbmmitted to. the asylum as a dangerous lunatic. Bridget Pollard charged by Sergeant Deasy with being drunk and disorderly, was fined 20s or three days imprisonment. Tuesday, January 10, 1871: (Before J Fynn, and L Bourke, Esq...

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Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 January 1871

Rumours are plentiful ss. to probable can didates for the Borough of Kilmnore at next electiJn. The names of Mr M'Donagi and Michael Meagher are mentioned, but wa think without any material foundation, wLilst we know of others who are feeling as to what encouragement they would receive here. ' Mr Laurence Bourke has again aig.? nified his intention of forcing himself on. the constituency, and, though as a private ge'ntleman we wish him well, we should be ortry to see him make further aaerifices for the inhabitants of the district. J3WV hitelaw and b' Coster are named as about to contest DIalhouisie, and if either of those gentlemen should be fo:.ish enough to do so, they will Lha fortunote if they secure their depsc.it money. The electors of that extensive con s!iimnncv are well o:tisfied with havinrg such an Able represeauttive as "r 1)3fiy, and an'bodiy r:sh enough t ooppose that gentlo. man will not nrue' vi.mh muh success. As we wVre'c going to Eross w\e heaird a :iumour !t? i~r...

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OUR LOCAL FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 January 1871

OUR LOCAL FORCE. (From the Daily Telegraph.) It will be satisfactory to the public to learn that the difficulty which arose in cons nection with our local artillery force during last week is now happily settled. The grievances of the men were two in number, one being that the pay they received (2s per diem with rations, ete) was not sufficient re muneration for the amount of work they performed; and the other that according to the new Military and Naval Forces Act they would not be able to leave after the expiration of twelve months from the time of their being sworn in, but would then have to give three months' notice, power being reserved to the Governor in Council to determine whether a man could leave' the force or not. At parade one morning, Colonel Anderson submitted to the men a draft; which he had dri.wn up, of the griev ances laid before him the previous day, and the question was asked whether it was cor rect. The answer being in the affilmative, the colonel said that he wo...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 January 1871

TO CORRESPONDENTS.. To ens?u?e the znsertLn ot cori,nnnieatioO it is abeolttely necessary tha ttey should be couched in inoderate language, and written in the form of let ters. 1 commnunicationn intended for insertion must be authenticated by the name and address of tie writer. net necessarily for publication but as a g?ar'antee of good faith. ANTz SoU1rzILovUS,-Your' lette', though lkindly meant, we cannot insert, as we do not inland giving a cheap advertisement to the organ alluded to. Some people only require rope and they will hang themeelvea (To the Editor of the Free Press.) SIR,-As the advisability of erecting baths in this borouoh is likely to engage the attention of the Council on an early day, I take the liberty of offering a few suggestions on the subject. I would propose that a damn be erected at the reservoir in front of the present dam, of sufficient height to admit of a depth of water somewhere about eight feet at its deepest part, which could easily be filled from th...

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THE OPENING OF THE ESSENDON RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 January 1871

TIUE OP]ENING OF THE ESSENDOIT RAILWAY. Thae inbabitants of the pretty little village of Essendon, and of the localities situated4 between it and Melbourne, after having been compelled for some yearn to travel in cabs, sre nuow enabled to hold communication with the city by rail. The line was opened by the (Governmcnt on iM[onday, and trains ran both ways at times previously announced in the Melbourne dc;iiies. In order that ther~ might be no miamauagement, Mlr Gibson, ofi the trfdc department, acco?rpanied the first three trains to ree that the arrangements made were carried out. The result was most satisfactory. The trains were punctual to time, and everything went smoothly. At the terminus at Essendon there is a station master, but there is no such officer at any of the intermediate stations, and tickets are issued by a travelling clerk from the guard's van This plan was found to work admir ably, and with the amount of traffic on this line will not detain the trains, while the gr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 January 1871

ADVERTISEMENTS. -' Berkeley, September, 1869-Gentlemen, I feel it a duty I owe to you to expreua my gratitude for the great benefit I have derived by taking 'Norton's aOsomile Pills' I have applied to yours agent, Mr Bell, Berkeley, for the abovenamed Pills, for wind in the stomachb, from which I suffered exeruoiating pain for a length of time, having tried nearly every remedy prescribed, but without deriving any benefi; as all After taking two bottles of your valu. able pills I was quite restored to my usuel state of health Please give this publicity for the benefit of those who may thus be fllieted--I am, Sir, yours truly, H]iaN ALLPABs-To the proprittors of NOi0RO's GACoM0tiB IL51 SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, To Capitalists, Farmers, and Others. SUTPERIOR FART of 10O AORIB, Being portion of the Swinton Estate, situated on it-e main Sydney road, and being within 33 milts g the Melbourne market. W. L. Sawell 1('A received instructions from Thos, I, 1Chsr j man, Esq., to SELL by AUOTION, o...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 January 1871

TO CORRESPONDENTS. To ensue te nsern)n of communicatio ns it is abeolutelb necersary ihat they should be couched in moderate language, and written it the form of let ters. did .,omnmnications intended for insertion must be authenticatsd by the name and address of the writer nbi necessarily for publication but as a gua'nntee of good faith. (To the Editor of the Free Press.) Sir,-In conjunction with the majority of Seymourites, I am of opinion that our place is rapidly growicg into a town of importance (especially when flooded and impassable) and that therefore our sayings, doings, and irtentions ought to be disseminated to the world at large for its particular delecta tion, edification, and instruction-the Free Press being the medium through which such dissemination should be effected. But, as you ale living too far away to know about our affairs unless informed by some. one, I am just after bracing my nerves with a mighty draught from the river, close below the brewery, so as to hav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 January 1871

BENALLA.--Impounded at Bonallo. bay mare, 8 x near ekouldor, S n.ar thigh blue rocn hoye, collar markedo near knee broken, JO off shoulder bay filly, white bind foot, G near shoulder If nor claimed and expenres paid to be sold on ls February. J WATTS, Poundkeeper. ELPHINSTONE.-Impounded at Elphinstone dark cream or light chesnut mare, medium draught, smoll star, saddle and collar marked, light mane, 'd near shoulder If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on let February. L COATES, Poundkeeper. HE&THCOTE.-Impoundcd at Hcathcote bay mnare, white spots on back, near hind fetlock. white, aR conjoined near ribs, 742 off shoulder, ho?bbls on bay cob horse, amell star, hind feet white, broken knees, collar marked, w'o near shoulder, JP cou JP Joined joined offshoulder, 5 off neck, shod If net claimed and expenses paid to be sold let Febxrusly: 3 HAMILTON ' Poundkeeper. KILtMORE.--Impounded at Kilmore bay horse, long tail, SD near neck, S near shoulder It'not c?imed &o...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 January 1871

BIRTHS.   JORDAN.-At Seymour, on the 6th of January,. the wife of James Jordan of twin sons.   MEADE.--At Laurel Hill, near Kilmore, on the   10th instant, the wife of Mr Meade of a son.

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AMUSING THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 January 1871

AMUSING THE PUBLIC. Master Stephen Gosson, who wrote what he was pieased to call " A pleasant invective against poets, pipers, players, jesters, and such like caterpillars of the commnonwealth," would fine some carious texts for a discourse in the etrange shows with which we are entortained al; tho present day IT? ecdl to get a microcosmic survey of the old world of amusing vanities, and of the persons who devote their lives and limbs to the business of diverting the public, it is only necessary to exaaiale the adverising columns of a journal specially concerned in promoting the interests of those against whom old Gosson set up his " Agge of defince" in the year 1579. VWe propose to put before our readers the result of a short investig,ition recently made in the ,olmu us of a newspaper which is generally looked upon as the organ of the musical, equestrian, and theatrical profes. s1ons. It is not easy to classify the different species of show people developed by the current di;uaud f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 January 1871

7f' [ES 9RS GORDON & GOTCH, or Collins stree S- west, Melbourne, have been appointed agent i this Journal, ifMr GOOH, Ballarat, has been appointed agent : cr.0 this.journal. - Mr E. At HOPE, Sydney street, opposite the ,Council Cbambers, has been appointed Agent for this jourdal, and copies may be regularly obtained frotm hi T TH ~ R PuFBS may be read gratuitously in Lon ?o., at the News Rooms of Merrs GOOIOab z.and G001Qo , 121 Holborn gill, where advertisements and ,nb', .-5.ns fo- the seme are received.. TVII'.JRIA FIRE and MARINE.INSURANCE COMPANY. Head Office, Market street, Melbourne. CAPITAL-£1,ooo000,000. , o'?f the Board of Directors--ON HENRY MILLER, .iL0. , ,.l.ices effected at the lowest current rates t i?i Every informttioiast to rates, &c., can t: a Led at tbo ofucp of tSIJ agent. S .JOSEPH COLLIE, Secretary. :;9,at for Kilmoro-J. W. OSBORN, Auctioneer Sydnev street. S"eymour-GLEIMENT PERRON. ITORIAN LIFE AND GENE1RAL INSUR "? dANCE COMPA?Y, AND ,kVINGS...

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