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ANNUAL STATEMENT of RECEIPTS & EXPENDITURE of the Broadford Road Board for the Year Ending 20th October, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 February 1871

y . SI y 4I ) ýi 0 y S ( 6 OJ E *a t w; Ir F-y 6 1 i-V C6 C6 -IT -- D r -. CD 0 :Z CE- .- . ,1;ED --_.-.---..-----------.-.. .' __ l., . NNUAL STATEM NT of RECEIPTS & .EXPENDIIt of tho Broadford Road Board for the Year Ending 20th October, 1870, 1t-CI.' - :: X---- XPEN D[TUURE. . iA /S. ad. Min Tll Road ... ... / 1047 6 8 Main Toll RIoad ... ...... ... 141? 1 10• ()rdiun.,r Rates, &... .16 0 ' Main Road to Yea rinry Rates, .. 11 1 6 Flynn Brothers, contract t,. Big Kill, including £5 deposit.. 1 13 0 t)i of 'jolls . . " . 0 I i 0 G. Waict, cont:act 10, Strath Creek, incliding 4- 10sa 1 ,1 latering .iceae .. .3 30 0 / deposit ... ... ... 18 SL ... 3 37 19 Do. do. do. extras ... .. .. 0 D),lp.sit receivod from contractora ... ,.. .. 117 16 4 Day labor, &c. 66 ... 8 0 (Cah in hand at previous audit ~.. 2 8- . oldegue, contract 6, She Oak Hill ... ... 8 0 IU1i~ace in Colonial Bank do. do. ... 0 olden, contract , She O ill ... 392 9 81 4 v" rdraft at Colonial Ba n...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO. REPORT, [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 February 1871

METIBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO. RPPOBT, For the week ending January 25, 1871: FAT CAE'cs.-1,436 head entered for the week's supply, about 900 of which, eonsisting of medium to good quality, with only a few prima amongst them, were sold to day, and realised fully late rates, con jointly attributable to the favorable charge in the weather and the operation of the meat preserving companies. We still quote beat beef, of light weights end suitable for the warm weather, at 22s 6 ; ott er descriptions, 17. 6d to 20s per 100 lbs. We have Arid sundry small lo's for Messrs E L Simmons, Ashton, and others, from Gipps Land, at above rates; and will, to.morrcw, sell 180 prime cattle for Mr Wm Hoffmnan, from his Merti Merrigal Station, on the Lachlan River. FAT CALVES.-The number of calves entered amounted to 51 head, including some prime quality. Good small vealers hr, ught from 40s to 50s each FAT SEEPr.-21,912 shown in the market, fully ore-bhall of them being from good to ...

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NATIVE NAMES FOR NEW COUNTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 February 1871

NATIVE NAMES FOrR 1Y~Nv-omr TIES. (From the Melbourne Evening Herald ) The course pursued by the Minister of Lands in baptising the newly created count ties throughout the colony of Victoria, with names of native origin, is one to be very much commended. As a race the aboriginals of this colony possess no personal appears ances that are attractive to the eye of the white man, so far as beauty of form or fear tures go, but there is about the language of the original possessors of the soil a smooth, ness which is exceedingly grateful to the car which can appreciate such a fact. Year by year this~race is dying out, not by slow degrees, but at a rate which will soon leave very few few of them alive, and when the sight of a native blackfellow will become a circumstance of very rare occurrence. This is only what might be expected ; it comes in the order of events, which decrees that the savage race of men must make way for the civilized and cultivated order of human kind. But there is no ...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 February 1871

PosLIsHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1871. IT is not often we say anything harsh of our townsmen, indeed we are more willing to praise men for good acts performed than to condemn for bad ones either attempted to be performed or carried into effect. But, however unpleasant it may be to a journalist, to have to lay bare the sores with which society is suffering, and to have to single out men in public positions and expose them for their wrong.doing, we feel sure when such course is pursued within proper limits, the press will maintain the prestige it has none hitherto, and remain, unshaken, one of the greatest powers in the state. Recog nising our mission here as one of no mean importance, and desirous'of doing a duty towards the public, without regard to our own private feelings, we feel compelled to allude to certain matters in our midst which, if not immediately checked by the over powering influence of public opinion, must bear such bad fruit as will materially impede...

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FREE SELECTORS' MEETING. [CASTLEMAINE REPRESENTATIVE, 21ST JAN.] [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 February 1871

FREE SELECTORS' MEETIN(G [CASTLEMAINE REPRESENTATIVE, 21sT JAN.] A meeting of selectors under the Land Acts was held on Friday evening at the Five Flags Hotel, Campbell's Creek, for the pur pose cf forming a branch of the Selectors' Association and Farmers' League, which is now being established throughout the colony; Mr Tolstrup occupied the chair, and stated he had called the meeting on receiving a circular from the hon W. ". Pettett, M.L C., urging the formation of associations through, out the country for the protection of the interests of selectors. He (the chairman) thought great necessity existed for united and energetic action. Complaints were met with from every direction of the maladminia. tration of the land acts. From departmental dilatoriness, probably want of administral tire ability at the head of the department, or possibly from sympathy with the pastoral tenants of the Crown, the interests of the selectors were neglected, certificates were not obtainable, Crown gran...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Thursday, January 26. (Before John Nicholson, Esq, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 February 1871

K1LMORE POLICE COURT. Thuremdy, January 26. (Before John Nicholson, Esq, J.P.) John O'Brien on a a charge of having no lawful visible means of support was remanded for eight days for medical exdm;..it; on. Friday. .aiiary 27. (Befqt, irP Akehurat, P.M., J. Maxfield, L. Bourke, J. K. Trainor, and John Nicholson, J.P's.) William Ryan, Patrick O'Connor, and Mary Rouse were each fined 20s with costs, for permitting liquor to be drunk in their licensed premises.upon a Sunday. James Truelove v Wm Manalick, fa, £5 6s lid, goods sold and delivered, alsd against John Allan for £1 lls Od. The date of the summonses in both cases was extended. Same v Archibald Coulter, for £2 88, Order for amount and 8s 6d costs. Patrick Collins v Joseph Dowling, for assault. Struck out Ralph Bates v Wm Reed, for £2 15s 3d, wages. Order for amouat and 35s' costs. Denis Dwyer v Bernard Devlin, for the use ann hire of a cow, £2, Order for £1 and 2s 6d costs. Michael Joseph M'Culla v Thomas Wade, for excessive dam...

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BROBDINGNAG HAILSTONES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 February 1871

BROBDiNGO? A(G HAILSTONES. Some of the Vit?orian up-country journals have lately reported upon extraordinary sized hailatones doing damage to church windows, but their chronicles,, though partaking something of the Munchausen, are quite eclipsed by an account forwarded to the Sydney Herald by a correspondent, who says :-" On the afternoon of the 13th the Upper Bogan was visited by one of the most violent hailstorms perhaps on record. At Genanagie, the station of Mr John N. Gilmour, some of the hailstones that fell were as large as emus' eggs. I weighed one dozen of them just as they could be obtained. They reached 61b.; and they lost portion of their weight in carrying to the scales by hand some little distance. Such was thes violence with which the h ailatones fell that it produced ten holes in the shearers' hut, just as if ten-pound shot had been fired at it. The roof of the store suffered in like manner, and the glass in the windows of the house was smashed. It blew very heavily ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 February 1871

0-- I - Jobh J Belly qfl(.lt Bren 1a 2' do or 5, lod ptr ceutel Pollard +4i1 do lonr' 145 per c8- ta Oate se sd to 4s per bushel, or 9s 2d to 10 per cental

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 February 1871

'IIESSRS GORDON & GOTCH, ci Colliens stre 'iL west, Melbourne, have been appointed agent r this Journal. Mr G000H, Ballarat, has been appointed agent for. this journal. Mr E. A: HOPE, Sydney street, opposite the Cooneil Obambere, has been appointed Acent for this journal, and copies may be regularly obtained from bim THE Fain Parss may be read gratuitously in Lon don, at the News Rooms of Messrs GonaDoi and Goove, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and subsoripons for the ssBne are received. VICTORIA FIRE end MARINE INSURANICE COMPANY? ' Head Offce, Market stret, Melbourne. CAPITAL-£1,000,000. Chairman of the Board of Direotors-HON HIIERY MILLER, M.L,.O. Fire Insurances effected at the loweet current rates of premium: Every information as to rat~e, &o., can be obtained at the office of the agent. JOSEPH COLLIE, Secretary. Agent for Kilmore-J. W. 0:iFBOP{, Auctioneer Sydney strast. Seymour-CLEMENT PERRON. VICTORIAN LIFE AND GE21,E_ INSUEI ANCE COM?PiAY, AJD SAVING...

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NOYES AND REED REPORT, [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 February 1871

\OYE5B AND gEaD REPORT, For the week erding January 26, 1871: We report males of mill, farm, and dairy produce this week am under:- Flour, best brands floe silk dressed, £14 to £14 10s per ton; secondes £11 17a 6d to £12 per ton. Bran, Is 2d t5 's 41 per bushel. Pollard, fine, Is 4d t.. -s d near u?ebl do, course, is 2d to l Sr per bushel: Wheat, best samples Victoria', 684 to 6, 4·d iinerior, 5s 7d to 6s lld--very scarce. OQt- nest milling samples, 4s to 4s Id per h"q.; good feed, 3s 8d to 3s 11d per bu?#l.: Barley, English malting, 3s 11d to 4s 2d 'per bushel; do, for feeding purposes, 3s 6d to 3s 10d per bushel. Barley, Cape, 3S to 3s 31 per bushbel. Maize, 4s 10d to 5s oer bushel. Rye, 3s Id per bushel. Peas, field, 4s 6n to 4s 10d per bushel. Potatoes, good and sound, £4 to £4 5s per toni Butter, fresh, 3d to lid; potted do, 5)d to iidd; cheese, best, 5J to 6t- ; inferior and broken, 1id to 4id. Eggs, 1 Id to Is 3d per dozen.

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET M'CAW, ADAM ON AND CO REPORT, [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 February 1871

IELBOUR: E PRODUCE ~IARKET Mt'CAW, ADAM ON AND ro R.roRr, For the Week enoing Janu?ry 25. 1871: There is little alteration to report in the market for breadatuffs siree our laes. Best fl ur is still worth £14 10 t, £15. Wheat eonti.u..s ,careo, is much wanted by the millers, and rem- ins firm. All kinds of feeding grains are in demand at advanced rates. Oats have improved, good fiedine being worth 4s. Cape barley and inferior English for feeding puposes, is in good demand: MaIze withoun alteration; firm at quotations. In dairy produce, btter continues to improve in va!uo. Cheese, except extra fine, almost unsaleable. Below we give details, result ot actual sales: £ s D £8 D Maize 4 10o to Wheat, niling samples 6 2 to 6 3 Sinferior 0 0 0 to 5 6 Barley, inferior 3 7 to 3 9 Cape Barley 0 0 0 to 0 3 6 Oats, feed 0 3 101 to 0 4 0 Peas, grey 0 4 9 to Pollard 0 0 0 to 0 1 6 Bacon 0 0 f to 0 0 8k ,, inferior & damneed 0 0 2 to 0 0 2* Baams, inferior & damaged 0 0 51 to 0 0 6...

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A SUSPICIOUS AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 February 1871

A SUSPICIOUS AFFAIR. The Southern Argus writes :-" In our last issue we extracted from the Register a paragraph relating to the death of a man named John Lines (or Lyons), who was drowned from the steamer Jolly Miller, on 19th December, whilst the vessel was staying ,at Fort Bourke. We have since heard some further particulars which tend to cast cony shterable doubt upon the fairness and asci dental cause of his death. The facts as relited to us are as follow :-' On the evening in question the deceased, who bears the character of being a steady and inoffensive man, went ashore and got? amongst a lot of rowdy chr clters, with whom he seems to iave had sa:no words. The steward, who remained on board, retired to his bunk, and presently heard some one come on boa'd, and on cAl ing out recognised the voice of de ceased, whC was apjparently aTcher, and went straight to his berth. The steward then fell asleep, and after eo'ne time was awoke by hearing a splash in the water, He imnedi ately...

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AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 February 1871

AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. A discovery, the value of which to the colony cannot at present be justly estimated, was made some twelve months since in the Western Port district, being a deposit of coal, which has been proved t3 be of a most extensive nature, samples of wi~ich have been brought to Melbourne, and place the fact of a rich deposit of this invaluable mineral be ing found beyond all doubt. The coal is in blocks, some of which weigh from 5 to 6 cwt, and a gentleman with thirty years' experience gained amongst the coal mines of England, has pronounced the sample mentioned as equal to, if not superior, any he has met with, it being particularly free from shale and other impurities, whidh makes it specially adapted for the manufacture of gas. The discovery was made by Messrs Walsh and IM'Carthy, the locality where the coal was found being Kilmuda. The seam varies in thickness from 2ft 4in to 4ft, and the strike has been proved for a distance of at least three quarters of a mile. T...

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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 February 1871

(TO THE EDITOB OF THE FREE PRESS.) FiR,--PTrmit me a small space in your columns to inform "Qurz " I do not want or wish to frustrate his designs; neither do I intend to compete with him in the field of literature. Meantime he may hear from me again. Oh no, Mr "Quiz," on the contrary, I must congratulate you on becoming sponsor for " Grab" and "Buoblaw," as you term them ; they are a credit to you. .The next time I meet you I will give you a hearty shake of the hand, you will then know who is OBSERVER. Seymour, January 27, 1871.

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AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 February 1871

AUST T LIAN FED 2IATiON. The followin: ilet:er from the Premier of New South Wnnrs (Sir .fames M-:rtiu) to Mr Garvan Dufr nippears in rhe Syduey Morning Herald of the 22nd January:- " Myv Dear Mr G:iv.n Duff,-I have not been able to give su~cdenr, thought to the report on federation whir. ac'ompanied your note of the 5th October, until now. i aan iuch obliged to you and to the co:nmi rsion, of which von are the chairman. for t skin the trouble to make me reqoamnt- d with their views, and for doing mhe the thonor to invite my opinion tpon te'.. I muh regret that I am unaUbbL to ag:i'e withi the comm:nissio' in the pro~;s.s .'hci !?t?' heare submitted. So long as t!-e AS.t-..aian communh0e.9 remr:.;t: DriB'ih colonisV I do not thiu!k that n:ir 1 -rs1 :. whatever would be derired br, it'-:m from a federal union. A- ird. _dc:t r?!..t, having each of them but a coompartively sr, l popula. beneficial to them, and chi, fl in the in. creased weight which it would give them in their intercou...

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THE ALABAMA QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 February 1871

.THE ALABAMAI QUESTION Its San Fransisco correspondent writes to the Ballarat Courier:- - "The recommendation that Congress uhould indemnify the sufferers by t?he depre dations of the Alabama and Shenandoah meets with the marked approval of the country, and will probably be adopfed There was a general expectaIion that the Presi dent's tone would hare' been much more decided on this question, and some disap pointment is manifested by the Irish De mocracy hi consequence. In answer to this partial dissatisfaction, and as a further elucidation of the President's pclicy towards Great Britain, the following article, which 1 is understood to have been inspired by Ge neral Grant, appeared a few days ago in a Washington paper. It will be seen that it 1 utters the most friendly sentiments. "' The Alabama case is now with Great Britain. Its settlement?fis her task, as she 1 deliberately inflicted injuries upon our comrn meree and deliberately prolonged the rebel lion. Satisfaction for these gr...

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, January 30, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 February 1871

XILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, January 80. 1871. Present -0ouncillor Bugden in the chair, and Councillors Reilly, Bossenee, Dowling, Malonoy, Hickey, and O'0onnor. The minutes of the previous meeting were ireai. and confirmed. Correspondence as follows was read and oonsidered : 1-From Registrar General's ofice; forwardiun document for collection of returns and slatistics. Councillor Dowling moved that the letter be rocoiva. and acknowledged. Seconded by Conneillor Bo: sence, and carried. 2-From Evans Brothers, stating that they had tl forwarded a copy of Publicans' Act, &o, for CouroiL Councillor Dowling moved that the letter be recei~ed and that a copy be provided for each Councillor at his own expense. On the motion of OCuocillor Bossenoe, seconded by Councillor Lyeter, the letter was received. 3-From the Inspector of Nuisances, asking that the Councilweould leave £1 in the Town Olerk'n hands to enable him to take out summonses. Couon oillor Bossence asked whether anythi...

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MARK TWAIN "INTERVIEWING" NAPOLEON. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 February 1871

MIARK TWAIN "INTERVIRTWIKG' NAPOLEON. (PROM TalE BUP.FLo EXPrES.) A remarkable feature of the present European war is the extraordinary candour of the prominent per sons who have been engaged in it. From Bismarck to Napoleon, from Bazaine to William, the dignitaries have manifested a miraculous alacrity in the frank avowal of their intentions, plans, and projects, and have seemed happiest when making a clean breast of it to some newspaper correspondent. As a fair illus tration of their amiable candour I have condensed the following specimen from the New York Herald corresponden'ta recent interview with Napoleon. [CABL J NGJ As I was ushered into the reception room at Wile helmahohe, the Emperor rose (from a ",luxuriqour fauteuil," of course) and advanced to weleomei nm with extended hand and an air of extreme gratifica tion that put me perfectly at ease. DBung zhoo, sire," said I giving his hand a card dial shake. With the exquisite tact of a practical courtier, TIs Majesty seized t...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 February 1871

TO CORRESPONDENtTS. To ensure the insertrn of communications it is adeolutei neeessary that they sohould be couched in moderate language, and written in the form of let ters. All oommunications intended for insertion mtnw be authenticated by the name and address f the writer nr;t necessarily for publication buh de a guarantee of good faith. ,. " " ConnsePoNDBNg *(Seymour).-The publication of yourettert would, as far as we can see, serve rn good publio purpose, and might have a most damaging effect upon the persons alluded to. (To aTH WDITOf OF THE XII?OBI FBR ?BXeSS) Something is rotten in the state of Denmark. Si,--? nk the truth of this heading has been plainly zemplified by the proceedings of our Borough Opnfioil on Monday evening last, for the way in * hioh the business was conducted was a positive disgrace to representative institutions. We find one member attending in a state which might fit him to obtain admission to a tap-room, but most certainly not such as to do his duty a...

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GOULBURN VALLEY ROAD BOARD, ADJOUNRNED MEETING. Monday, 23rd January 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 February 1871

GOUJLBURN VALLEY ROAD BOARD, ADJOURNRJD IBETING, Monday, 23rd January 1871: Present :-Mr Delaney (Chairman)_ and Messrs Byan, and Hobart. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORIBBSPONDENCE. . Copies of letters sent were read, and letters re ceived were disposed of as follows : 1-From Roads and Bridges Office relative to scale of 'fees proposed to be charged at Tabilk Ferry. 2-From Council of McIvor Shire on same sub, jeot. 3-From Messrs Cameron end Ponting, stating they were desirous of removing the proposed ferry to the northern boundary of Tabilk vineyard, and asking the Board for assistance to cut the approach on the eaatern baak, 'Mr Hobart moved that the application for, thesite opposite the surveyed road between allotment. 31 and I 32, parish of Tabilk, be recommended, and that upon i completion of the cutting on the eastern bank or, i ecuted in accordance with plans approved by the Board, and whiz 7th road is open and fit for traffio on the....

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