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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
(To THE EDITOB oP THE PBEE PBRSS;) BIs,-As I believe Mr John Fynn, our worthy Mayor, is a aandidate for Parliamentary honors at the ensuing eleotion, and as he has not pub'ibd an - address, I would like to ask him, thro 'Nour columns, "Did he at any time order the P ' Bible off the table of the Kilmore Hospital " ~`-i 9RSBITB IB THE HOSPITAL Kilmore, January 23,1871. [the silly report about Mr Fynn and t, Protestant:Bijl i.i oontrfdlioted,.ass- sho6ri by oo report of the Hospitala Jommittee. No :doubt MH Fynn'.i addrols will appar inidud time,-Ed, F, P.] ?--,.,.?,'?sn ?.
THE FORTHCOMING ELECTIONS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
,THE PORTHCOMI2G ELECZ'IONS, (TO TH EDITOB OP THE PRBB PREus) 81rs,-The elections will shortly force upoyeo elector ueing the franchise to decide for whom.he will' record his vote. The time is opportune for each to ask himself what are the motives teat shall determine his choice, how far they are worthy of him as a man,. and are in the Interests of our adopted country t If we persist in electing men to Parliament`who• seek their own gain only,,or the gratification of their' own:grejudices and passion., the country will suffer,. and sooner or later bring homie to us and our children. the dire consequences It will not- be; possible for every: constituenoy to elect statesmen; but it. .will be possible for every constituency to eleto honest and competent men to' serve the district and to serve the country, Give encouragement to these' to come forward,. and they will be fouod;. and when the choice is from amongst ourselves we have the opportunity of knowing whether the men are upright an...
Tuesday, January 24. (Before A. P. Akehurst, P.M., and L. Bourke, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
Tuesdhy, January 24. (Before A, P. Akehurst,. P.M., and L, .:I Bourke;,J.P ). ::: John Jackson, charged with being drunk and disorderly and .with resisting the police,. was cautioned for the.firstoffence, and fined £3 for the second. Sergeant D)easy v Robert Wallace: Ap. plication to estreat rocognisance. Order made. - :Illing:orth V "Jackson-For £5 9s 8d, work and labor done.: .Mr Twigg, for; com plainant; no. .appearance of defendant. Order for amount claii?id d £1 aG costs. M' Cidla +v 'Wad .- Ibo recover excessive damages upon impounded cattle. Mr Twigg .for the; idefence. -1The icoiiplainant7 having closed.his case, Mr-Twigg submitted.that he was out of court, as he had failed to prove the impounding ,oflithe cattle. The bench held the objection.to.be fatal, and dismissed the case without prejluice'; costs, £1 sle. Knight v Howard--For :enforcement a previous order of the court, l' r Twigg for complainant., Od er, t6opay. into court 5se per weikn monthly: until' the judgment is...
Monday, 23rd January. (Before A.P. Akehurst, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
*:j ::' M **- onday; 23rd Yanuary. - i - (Before A. P. Akehurst, P.M.)' Willim"- M'dlennan was charged by Police Constable Smith on suspicion of ihaving murdered a wonmau, ame unknown,. at the Dry Creek, Kilmore,.on the morning :of the l1st aliuary. ' Thomas Stafford deposed on oathli I live at Dry Creek;; I know the prisoner;: saw him first oflitb 9th initant;ý on the railway, about'a mile from the Dry `Creek bridge; I was iiith two'other men there;' about 4 p.m 'li came uip and said; to 'u i' "What do you! meanP'? 'We said we ; ineanti nothing ;: a hut was clo&e by , he said' 'it was his-" go away:;' no one wasabout it'then;. a woman came before the prisoner; she was there; no' one else;: I did not know her before ; I saw. her after that.alive.on the 20th instant at the"Dry. Creek bridge; I saw her next day dead 'inaa cart in the custody of the police;. I have no doubt the- body was that of the woman I have spoken .of; prisoner, in the hearing of'the woinaui, told me to go...
A ROYAL SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
V ABOYfl2 8PEECH_ _ .. At the 'irerolibtd at Tauraona during his visit to. that place, the Duke of Edinburgh is reported to have made the following speech, whicha esows that he has made " ome progress in the art of "*Mhori oratory :" Q.q my friends, ? hiefe of. the Arawas, I hate long beard of the loyal: nd valiat :tribe of the Arawas, and am glad to find myself among you, .I have been told that when you. expected me to come here two years ago, you made a road for my convenience. I thank.you for this niark of thoughtful'courtesy, and as your guest. I wish you all, my friends, lo g life and prosperity in this your beautiful country. The mists are rising off the mounfainr, and the sun looks smiling down upon you. Farewell:.Oltago Daily Times:
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
TO Co'RRXSPONDENTS. To enswro the snsenzrsn of communications it, +iv a5-olutely nreessaty that they should be oouooed in; moderate lnffgdi ge, ana3 written is the form of let tern:·: ':dii nommunieiiiona intanded for insertion must be 'auihsntia1sd by tha name and address of the writk "ib necessa ily for publication but at a' juasrntw l goocd finthi. O :~·:tjUB CANDIDATES
HEALTH AND MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
H~EU TH AND MoNEY.-?There is this dif ference between those two temporal bles singe, health and money : money is the most envied, but the least enjoyed; health is the most enjoyed, but the least envied ;. and this superiority of the latter is still more obvious when we reflect that the poorest man would not part with health for money, but that the richest would gladly part with all his money for health;' CoNscIENci.-A tender-conscience is like; the apple of a `man's eye; The least dust that gathers in..it affects, it.. There :is no surer.and better way to.know whether our consciences are dead and stupid than: to ob. serve whait impression small sins make upon us. If we are not careful to avoid all api pearance of evil, and to shun whatever, looks like. sii ; if we rre not so- much troubled at the rising up of sinful desires within us as we have been formerly, we may then con fl thea'our* hearts are hardened, and our conecieneies are stupefying; for .a tender coscience will no niore ...
IMPEACHMENT OF WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
IMjHPAAQ.HWNTi01 WQ3L&i-I inipeach horin ;the name of the great whale of the ocean, rhosa bonca are torn, asunder to.enablebher to , keeap aaight. 1 Smpe~ ah,ýeri nuthe am qca~g theopeaqock , yli@c mstrut, withboutbisperwipelson sbe tealthfiilly aeauwne. I iwipeaob. hpr in.the onme of he hehoae,,whbie tail ehe !&uperverted from it'. uue tobtie,. making of wr tre..u to decorate the.b bl& of. the heaia dneon:. ,I. impeach bier in the ,name', o 'tbe .orgooý who.. beanatifil' figure's hei, taking ; ,upon,. lerwelt the Greoian bend, has br ght into ill favor and die=
FLOGGING IN THE GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
FLOGGING IN THE GAOL, At 3 o'clock on Monday afternoon the prisoner, John.Robert NMorrisor, who was sentenced at the Beeobhworth. Circuit Court on the 17th of October last by his Honor.the Chief Justice to ten years' hard labor, and to receive three ,loggings, each time of fifty lashes, wai brought out to receive the eecood flagellation, he having received the first at the latter end of October, 1870. Tie crime for which the pri soner was so sentenced was one of :si nnmen'ionable obaracter. The punishment was inflicted in the presence.of Dr M.'Orae, the sheriff, r Oastieans the Governor of the gaol, members of the press, and several gentlemen who had obtained admissioin The plac,s~olected for carrying out the law was the yard .m whicl condemied .criminals take exercise. Bam fcrd,'he.hangman, wielded the cat., On stripping, and whilst being srapped to the triangle, the pris mrr said never a word4 nor did ;he ntt'er a sound until the thirteenth cut of the cat was a"pplied, and then ie...
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
IRELAND. A cargo of biscuits has just left Belfast for Cherbourg in the steamship Neptune. This is but a portion of an extensive order for France lately given to a Belfast firm. Ten dead bodies, part of the crew of the ship Sidney, lost on the Donegal coast in a late gale, have been washed ashore on the coast of Derry. A large portion of her cargo has also been washed in thirty miles from where the wreck occurred. The Government has specially proclaimed under the new Pearce Preservation Act the district around Templemore, county Tip. perary, where the recent murder was com. mitted ; also the district around Clare, in the King's County, where an attempt was made to murder a Mr Fox while going to mass. A memorial has been drawn up by the board of Trinity College, expressing satis faction with the Efforts of the Government to restore peace, and urging that they should interpose to preserve, if possible, the vast treasure of art, literature, and science de. posited in Paris, and which, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
BROADMEADOWS.-Impounded at Broad meadows black horse, W near shoulder, off hind foot white, white spots saddle, small star brown horse, TP near shoulder, small star, •saddle marked white grey mere, GA near shoulder If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 15th February. W H HILL, Poundkeeper. ELPHINSTONE.-Impounded at Elphinstone red and white steer, like WD near ribs red cow, off ear marked, W off ribs and rump red bull calf, progeny three head of cattle, M near shoulder bay mare, black points, slightly hollow backed, saddle and collar marked W near shoulder 5 If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 16th February, L COATES, Ponndheeper. LONGWOOD.-Impounded at Longwood chbenut horse, O off shoulder, f off tbigh black horse, small star, JO near shoulder dark bay horse, star, near hied .fetlock white, JW near shoulder, like brand off jaw black yearling filly, star, H near shoulder chesanut horse, stripe in face, 0 o near shoulder, AD 5 conjoined off red and white cow, m...
Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
PUnBLSHED TUUnsDA'Y MORNING. THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1871. We are compelled to hold over our leader and several other matters of local interest. Our report of the meeting of the Board of Management of the Kilmore Hospital, published in another column, reveals a most dastardly attempt to injure one of the most active and energetic members of the institution in the eyes of the public. Happily the attempt was frustrated by the prompt action of the Committee in testifying its unanimous opinion that the report circulated that Mr Fynn had ordered Protestant Bibles out of the Hospital wards had no foundation in fact. 8o far as har yet been eliclted, it appears the Rev Mr Watson stated that the House Steward of the Hospital told him that Mr Fynn ordered the Protestant Bibles out of the wards, but the former now positively denies ever having made such an assertion. From what we can see the rumour cannot in any way effect Mr Fynn, as it is denied by the alleged originator, and Mr Watson will no...
HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. Tuesday, January 24, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
C HOSPITAL COMMITTEEr ---«-- Tuesday, January 24, 181, The ordinary monthly meeting of the Board of Management of the Kilmore HoapitaLas 4I ed' -pniTuesday evening last at.elly Ho0pl- Z ? ? . The members present were the President (MrL'afiidh)?lMeirs Daiiis,,Hayes, Wilson -Bossence;. M'Kay,. Fynn, Kerr,. Trainor, Hupt, Drs. Nicholsorr and Brock. S'Phe. minutes of previous meeting having been read were confrmeid'. ; ' SMr err moved that Mr Joh C.O'Hayes be appointed' honorary secretary for the year. Seoonided lbi'k Mr Boisence,. and 6anried, -Te·fers.,fr, peat were opened, that of' B. M'drisey, 3d,8per lb,. being, the only one, was accepted,' w-'wads also that of Mr Mixer for bread, at. the rate of &lt;id per 41b loaf. Mrs-' O'Brien's tender for milk at 3d per quart was accepted For coffins two tenders were opened, J. Wiesel. 2"8s 6d;: L. Han ion, £2 1Oa ;.the lowest tender was accepted. For firewood,. 'the- following tenders were opened :-John; Hogan, 4s 4d per ton;: T. Gent...
Saturday, 21st January. (Before A. P. Akehurst, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
aSatdy.2lstyJanuary. (Befodi&A ;tPI .`Akehurst, P.T.)ý ,--_John --Jackspn ;eharged- by- eonst able° :giietan nth '66pgL~ilnkanb disorderly, also wi h resisting the police ,.in, ,the ezecu tion of °their dtYr Was remanded to-the 241thc i: .7 :· - Donneli, on suapicion o6 murdering awo ,1nauiuna~mei unknowt; ,on~the.l morning of Saturday. the-MIt ianuairy, abnut 2 o'clock. -There-was-no-evidence againet--the - accised,. who týaºiaird j: -V
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO. REPORT, [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
MELBOURNE- pATTLE -ARKET. DALMAHOr OArPBasL AND Co;o RaPOrn, For the week endine January 18, 1871: FAT OAmrt.-1,035 head were yarded and di,, pospdof to-day ; quality, medium to good, witb only a few coarse and inferior beasts amongst them; The competition was brisk throughout, which was partly owing to the meet preservers operating freely as usual, and an advance of from 10s to 12, 63l per head took plane on late vaines. We quote-best bul looks, £9 tq £10, a few extras up to £13 5s; or, ,ay best beef, light weightsr.fully 22s 6d prir:100lbs, We have sold 200 head for Mr Thomas Fitzpatrick, of Oarooar,-New-South Wales, as from-£6 to £81T, 6d, Savsrsagiorq£7 12. 61:; PAT OCLvce.-A large supply to hand, end prices deolined.; Best vealers made up to 50s, a few extra slightly. higher. Fi' SHEEP.-22,500 shown in the market, a fair proportion of which being good to prime quality, meta somewhat better enquiry at full prices, whilst seeond toinferior descriptions were dull of sale at rates ...
(TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
(o TH0 - EDITOR OP TH1 PREB PAMB S) Brn,-In your issue of the 19th inst. I observe" Mr Bourke, your worthy and esteemed represents. tive, is not to have a wclk.over in Kilmore this? time. Tbie is to be regretted, as: hi..logioal and, eloquent speeches during hia parliamentary career are worth preserving for future .reference and, record. Among other election gossip in, the, Melbourne dailies,- I observe Mr, Hanna, the, member for the Murray Boroughs,_has received numerous requisitions from different parta of t'he district, requesting him to be plaoedin, nomination again, and pledging themselves, tq.xsecure his' return,, which he has consented ,to Notwithstanding the services ~has rendered to. the district generally while representative thereof,. it can scarcely be. expected he .oan.. know" the. wants and wishes of the peorle as.wellaas a local man-one, who in the. short space of -twelve months'; residence in, Seymour ,(owing to,,his popularjty and business habits) has acquired an in...
(To the Editor of the Free Press.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
(Tob the-Editor of th Fro FPeas a. 81,?-On looking ethrough the columns of your paper' lat irek.I 'ee?that the ziomlnitibns for the. Kilmbre races ~ire lager t thiey ev? weie; this, I suppoae, is owing?to having one day instead of two.. Now, I would suggest as a means for all to gb, and to give them a little iore eclat, that the principal shopkeepers olose their'ploaes of buinda'-od that day, so that their young men andaidaens' may havre a holiday, and 1 think-it, would notbhp'amis if our worthy mayor-was to take the thingin- haundin good ti ie and prbolsim it asg;e?ii~a olia d . F?.P m bit ob?a-oteristio good 'qualities in promoting sporte; I do notr think he wroald:besitateif he'onlfthought it was. the wish of the tbwrnspeople by so doing,, and the, cobintry folks,, through the -medium of-the-'pres,. would know it. Pardon me for intruding on your valuable space,. ----. - I remain, Sir, -kAU-ov- a op &. Goon Rias:
(To the Editor of the Free Press.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
(To the Editor of the Free Press.) 8m3,-Having heard yesterday that an incident which happened to myself in connection with the, Hospiial some twelve months ago. was- being circu lated for eleotioneering purposes, Ibeg you. will allow me to state the faots as they oocnrred. About the time I name (twelve months ago) on the occason of a visit to the Hospital sick, I wanted as Bible for a sick man to read,. and could not fA?d one. In answer to my enquiry,. the House Steward said' that he had removedi them 'from; the wards by the direction of Mr Fynn,; a member of the Hoespitali Committee. I asked him to bring the Bibles to me, and on receiving four, or ?ve copies I placed them, in the sick rooms, and told the steward that if Mr Fynn. objected he was to tell him that I insisted-upon their beisg left in the wards, that esick men wouli not ask; for Biblesi but they might use themit: they were a hand, • I have only to, repeat that it.is twelve months-sinca this incident occurred, and that ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
ADVERTISEMENTS. K ILMORE TURF CLUB. ANNUAL 1ACES TIHURSDAY, 23rd FEBRUARY, 1871' Stewards: Mr A. P. Akehurst, J.P. I Dr. Semple Mr John Fynn, J.P I Mr Wm Hardie Mr Wm 8purling, J.P. Mr George Watson - Mr J K Trainor, J.P.* Mr Wmn Moodie Dr Nicholson, J.P. Mr Henry Wilson .Mr Donald-Fergusern Judge: MrA P Akeliurat, P.M. Treasurer : Mr Henry Wilson Starter; Mr- Wm Moodie Clerk of the Course: Mr 0 G Anderson Handicapper: Mr E T Barnard. HUEsDL RACE (Handicap) of 30 soyr. Twice round the course and a distance, over ordinary hurdles Nomination with £1, to be lodged with the Stewards, Kelly's Hotel, Kilmore, on or before Tursday, 17th January, 1871. Weights to be published in" the "Australasian" and "Leader" of 28th January, 1871. Acceptances, with £" to be sent in on night of general entry, Wednes' day, 22nd February, 1871. KILMoRE HAINDICAP of 100 sove: Twice round the course. Second horse to receive 5 sove out of the stake, Nomination with 1 sov, to be lodged with Stewards. Same condi...