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SOUTH GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 9 February 1871

SOUTH OGRANT. )Messrs Cunningham, Lalor, Hopkins, i'Pherson, Levien, Smale, O'Keefe, and Stutt.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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OMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. NOYES AND REFD REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 9 February 1871

0(1I ERCILL INI'ELLIGENC~. -0 - NorES AND Th FD REPORT, For the w. ek er (!iru Februar; 1, 1871: We report isles o0 mill, farm, and dhiry produce thi w ,rk as udrler :-Flour, beh bran e, fi:e, silk dressed, £14 104 to £1?415. per' ton; e?con-'a £12 to L12 10. per to" : hren, le 2d to 1 I 1 per bushel ; pollard l 41 to 14 6d per bushel ; co r-o dP, ls 2d to is .31 per Lushl ; ?|leat, very firm on account of pauec.y oePupliep cnming forwsd; l.est samples of Victorian 6 2'! ti 6 4d o'r bu;l.l i i: trio, 6s to (65 per hb'ei ; ;,ate, bet milt.ng s5a.ples, 3S 103 to 4i per bsrsael; gond seerl 3P 6 t(, 3, 91 p r bushel; barley t:. gl,1,, mel in', 4 'o 4, 2d per bushel; do, for feeding purp see, 3 6 i to S. 103 per bushel; barley, .ne eto 3 3 F r e bushel ; maze, 4o 103 to .5s per bu.hel: rp. 3 1' per bu.hel; peas (field) 41 64 to 4c 10d per bushel; butter (resh) 7d to 93 per lb: ; Ited do, 41i to 511 p'r lb; rhis -e, best, 5d to d6l1 per lb; i.fe ior and hren, 1 4 to 4t3i I er lb ; eges, l...

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JUDGE SMYTH AT BEECHWORTH. (OVENS AND MURRAY ADVERTISER, FEB. 4.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 9 February 1871

SJUDGE SMYTH AT BEECHIWORTH. (OVENS AND MURRAY ADVERTISER, FEB. 4.) A most un'ortunate affair-unfortunate so far as the public are concerned, and much more so as regards the individual-occurred at the opening of the General Sessicns at Beechworth yesterday. Shortly after the court had opened his Honour Judge Smyth showed that he was not in pos: ession of that clear intellect which has distinguished him both while holding the position of Crown prosecutor and since his elevation to the Bench. As is customary in all small country towns, various rumours were afloat as to the cause of his I-Ionour's illness; some of those rumours attributed it to alcoholic excess, others to aberration of intellect induced by coup de soleil. For our own part, not being medical experts, we are unable to advance, any opinion on the subject, and will therefore be content with a brief recalpitulation of the events as they occurred. After jury had been cmpanelled, and the prisoners arraigned the Crown prosecut...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 9 February 1871

PUBLISuHE TnURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, FEBRUAREY 9, 1871. ELECTIONKEE?I?n is-.nov the rage; indeed, there is scarcely anything else spoken now but of candidates, their views, and prospects, general attention, however, being concen trated in speculation as to the probable result of the first batch.. Situated as we are here, many of the elections may be said to have a direct local interest for us. as Kil more is situated immediately adjacent to the boundaries of East and West Bourke, and in the county of Dalhousie, though without its electorate. No wonder then that specu lation should he rife as to who the men are that will be entrusted with the honor of representing the places named-no wonder that a feeling of acute interest is felt by the several political parties for their favorite candidates. But, mentioning parties, we can scarcely say that those now in the field can be designated as belonging to any par. ticular pnrty, except, indeed, that each can didate constitutes a p-rty (for...

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EVELYN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 9 February 1871

EVELYN, William Hutchinson Gresham, gentleman; Joseph Sabelberg, solicitor; William Watkins, publican; Nicholas Henry Christian, gen tleman;. William Atkinson, draper; James Fullerton, barrister; E. H. Smith, gentle. man.

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EAST BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 9 February 1871

E1ST BOURKE: George Dehie f'Cormick, GeorgeSherwin, J.P., W. J. Lobb, and Robert Ramsay.

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ROAD TO THE NORTE-EASTERN RAILWAY FROM YEA AND THE UPPER GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 9 February 1871

ROAD) TO THE NORTI:-EASTERN RAILWAY FROM YEA AND THE UPPER GOULBURN. -----+t-- The following is a copy of a report fur nished by MIMr Road Engineer Ryley:- " MAIN RoAD. "Most efficient and economical, way of connecting the Yea, Alexandra, and Jamieson districts with the North-Eastern Railway. "The first proposed route from Yea by Merton and Longwood takes a north-easterly direction for twenty-four miles and north. westerly for the same distance, and is then forty miles farther from Melbourne than if the road terminated at Broadford. This route is of no service to Yea district; a part of it may answer for. Jamieson, Alexandra, and Mansfield. The third-named route is twenty miles shorter and brings the traffic twenty-five miles nearer Melbourne ; it has, like the first route, to cross the Goulburn River, and terminates at Seymour (not at Tallarook-see minute). The crossing, of the Goulburn River at Seymour has cost above £10,000 and is not complete, one of the branches being unbridged...

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PYALONG ROAD BOARD. Wednesday, Feb 1st, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 9 February 1871

PYALOiNGL ROAD DBOARD. Wednesday, Feb 1st, 1871. Present:--The Chairman (Mr Doogan) Messrs Matchet, L Bourke, Bradley, Cooke, Gorman, and Walsh; The minutes of previous special and ordinary meetings were read, and prior to the cobfirmiation thereof a discussion took phlce upon part of the minutes relative to appoint. ment of valuer and colle'tor, and nearly all members present expressed themielves to the effect that officers had not dlone their work sati?lactorily, and Mr Bradley mentioned that it was only a day or so ago the treasurer told him that the clerk called upon him (the treasurer) to try and get him to make a statement to forward to the department to the 31st January. The Chairman said he was dissatisfied with the manner in which all the officers, the clerk; engineer, ,and rate collector performed their duties: -If the rate collector fulfilled his duty he and the clerk should have the annual statement made out in order to secure the subsidy. Mr Cooke said it was a shame fo...

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WEST BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 9 February 1871

WESTe BOURIlE. Jabez Bartram, of Riddell's Creek, gentle. man; Thomas Eldridge Healy, of Melbourne, gentleman ; John Hnlmes, of Essendon, barrister.at.lawn; Mark Last King, of Mel bourne, gentleman; John Thomas Smith, of Moonee Ponds, gentleman; John Madden, of Flemington, barristernat'law; John Carre 1iddell, of Elsternwick, gentleman; David Grieve Stobie, of Blackwood, mining agent; Thomas Swallow, of Sandridge, hiseuit maker;

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SUNSET. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 9 February 1871

SUNSET: - When the glo ions run is setting, Shedding itaepure rays on me, And the western sky is glowing Like a rippling golden sea. When the little birds are warbling Sweetly in their leafy nests, As th'e shades of eve come stealing, Gently hu ing them to rest. Then how sawet it is to ponder On the joys which we have known, In a mazy dream to wonder If ,ar brighter are to come. Sweet to think on absent dear ones, Wheresoever they may be, Father, mother, all those loved ones, Friends across the boundless seas Sweet to look into that sunset, And to think of heaven above, Gates of jasper, and of onyx, Gtreets of gold, and streams of love. Sweeter still it is to ponder On Christ's glorious dying love, And how dear it is to p,ay for His blessed spirit from above. Then when death comes o'er us stealing, We can olose our eyes in peace, In the teace of our believing, In the joy of our release. AlOIIalBALD B. THOMEEO1. Elmhurst, Feb. 8, 187t. j~ 'mlmnna m ? '~.Pmunw u rm ?

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DONNYBROOK AND WALLAN WALLAN ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, January 31, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 9 February 1871

DONNYBROOK AND WALLAN WALLAN ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, January 31, 1871. The ordinary meeting of the above Board was held on JTanuary 31, at the ofce of the Board, Beveridge, the members precent being the Chairman (Mr Gc.dfrey, J P.) Dr Wil son, J.P., and Messrs Hawke, Abbott, Smyth, O'Connor, and Wilson. The minutes of previous meeting having been read and confirmied, some correspon dence was dealt with, after which tenders were opened for supply of metal onthe main Sydney road. After the tenders were all opened, and the lowest in each case accepted, with the ex caption of sections 6 and 7, it was pointed out that some contractor who tIiudered for these works intended t s ,7 .on,! v.,: was considered of a:t in :ri :: ,,i, ? . . '; , Green Hill, and CO "il experienced in setting !.t : ".:L:t ,ii;t: which was donu, lv ,, "',L':; ', ! ? bohl.?1c.to: being allowed ito . ý:, J ;? t . i, tel?e:'. and submit then i. L:,'a ? n, . The followiog ier tihe t :?ii'ý. %peaet., cactios 1. T Cahill, 5s...

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Selected Poetry. WISHING. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 9 February 1871

W1Sf1t \'C; Of all anmusoments of the mind, From logic down to fisbing, There isn't one that you can find So very cheap as " wishing ;" A very choice diversion, too, If we but rightly use it, And riot, as we are apt to do, Pervert it, and abuse it. J wish--a commcn wish, indeed My purse was somewhat fatter, That I might cheer the child of need, And not my pride to flatter; That I might make oppression reel, As only gold can make it, And break the tyrant's rod and steel, As only gold can break it. I wish-that sympathy and love, And every human passion That has its origin above, Would come and keep in fashion ; That scorn, and jealousy, and hate, And every base emotion, Were buried fifty fathoms deep Beneath the waves of ocean I wish--that friends were always true, And motives always pure; I wish the good were not so few, I wish the bad were fewer; I wish that parsons no'er forgot To heed their pious teaching , I wish that practising was not So different from preaching! I wish-that nm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 9 February 1871

KILMORE RACES. .. THURSDAY. FREBRUARY 23, 1l71! S I T S '..>'O It B 0UT OTi 5 I 8 Will h4 SOLD ?r AUTTION on SALURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1 .' S-.?-tAt 2:' clocki, t elly's Hiotel. .Oein B. ?KEY. THE MOST O CGS . :Aa eC r i RI',, H Oil, ) OWA?' OON S 4 E{ i'. DOSSESSED) of this rrcl jy e;ery tune t r?'n i Family Physician. h ;iife or chi dr?. trobhled ',ch eluptio leo ski:, u',3s, tu1":,,-,' while swellings, core threi u i , e or 'ay othE,-'.. external ailment, a persovering use of the Ointr?ent i all ih~t Ih neessary to prodao e a radical care. It i". invaluable to the popul'loul of i:.h1 climate. Bad Lego and bad b,'ezst~' SIn h?oease has this ointment been known to-,fll : eitherin the cure of bad legs or bad breasts, thousahds: of persons of fl ]ages have been efftotually cured. by it. when discharged from hospital as incurable. if d'opsy ettle in the legs, the ointment will cure it.if.tadken:. with the pills Skin Diseorer, 1howevrer deiperalo, irva b r-dso y Cured. Scald head's itc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 9 February 1871

f ESSRS GORDON & GOTCH, or Collins stree .?W west, Melbourne, have been appointed agent r this Journal. Mr GOOCH, Ballarat, has been appointed agent for this journal. Mr E. A: HOPE, Sydney street, opposite the Council Chambers, has been appointed Agent for this journal, and copies may be regularly obtained from him THE FREE PFras may be read gratuitously in Lon don, at t'?e News Rooms of Messrs GORnoN and GoTCUn, 121 li.h ,rn Hill, where advertisements and subscripons for the sams are received. VICTORIA FIRE and MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. Head Office, Market street, Melbourne. CAPITAL-£1,000,000. Chairman of the Board of Directors-HON HENRY MILLER, M.L.O. Fire Insurances effected at the lowest current rates of premium: Every information as to rates, &c., can be obtained at the office of the agent. JOSEPH COLLIE, Secretary. Agent for Kilmore-J. W. OSBORN, Auctioneer Sydney street. Seymour--LEMENT PERRON. . TIOIORIAN LIFE AND GENERAL INSUR " vt? ANCE COMPAi Y, AND SAVIN...

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THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 9 February 1871

THE NOMINATIONS, ----- The following nominations for the first batch of elections were received by the re turning officers for the respective distriets before 6 o'clock on Friday evening: SOUTIC BOURKE. SJohn ransco-mbe Crews, of Meibourne, faucioneer; Jamln Fergusson, of 'Ialvern, engraver ; Henry Law es, of iiawthorn, bar ristor-atilaw ; John Arnold 1 Macartryr of Cheltenuhm, gentlemanu ; Patrick O'Brien, of Hawthorn, gentleman; Louis Laurence Swith, of Melbourne, medical practitioner.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 9 February 1871

BROADIHEADOWS-Impounded at Broad meadows light oheanut draught mare, 1 in circle off shoulder, star If rot claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 22nd February. W H HILL, Pouudkeeper. LANuEFIELD.-Impounded at Lar.efield bay mare, star and snip, Ce. near shoulder dark chesnut mare near aind fetlock white, F off s;l ulder, B off neck bay draught colt, star and snip, both hind fetlocks white, JAI near shoulder black more, both hind fetlocks white, P near J shouler, JL offehoulder D bay mare, H~ near shoulder, 2 near thigh roarisab etrawberry bull, bAtt ears marked, DM near rump If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on Ist March, 1871 A MADIGAN, Ponundkeeper MORANG.-Impounded at Murang cbesnut horse, star, nets hind fetlock white, saddle marked, Jl near shoulder, blotch brand near cheek If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on lest March. J BUTOHINSON, Poundkeeper. WAN GARATTA-Impounded at Wangaratta black h rae, saddle matked, L_ off shoulder W (in cirek) bay horse, bla...

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FIRE AND LOSS OF LIFE AT URANA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 9 February 1871

FIEMAND LOSS OFi LiFE AT URANA. On Saturday last a large fire took place at Urana near Wagga Wagga, which, totally destroyed the Free Trade stores, a large brick building occupied by Mr James Price, and seriously damaged the Criterion hotel, occupied by Mr Cunningham. The origin of the fire, writesthe Wagga Wagga Egga press, is, and it is to be: feared will ever remain a matter of conjectare, the only pert son who coutd have thrown any light on the matter, Henry Gordon, the cook at the Criterion hotel, having perished in the flames. Mrs Cunningham, the landlady of the hotel, says that she saw the unfortuante man go into. the kitchen, where be slept, the last thing before she retired to bed, and the sup position is that he must then have gone to sleep, leaving the candle burning, and, the partition walls of the room having been lined with calico, this probably came in contact with the flame, and so caught fire, As the candlestick after the fire was found close to the partition at the...

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 9 February 1871

MORNINGTON Sir James McCulloch and Mr J. G. Nicholls.

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CONCERT AT SEYMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 February 1871

CONCERT AT SEYM1OUR. An amateur concert was given by a party of ladies and gentlemen, in the Court House, Seymour, on the 3rd instant, ,in aid of a fund fr the erection of a schoolhouse at Northwood. It was a decided success, and was pronounced by all to be the best concert ever given in Seymour. The programme was in two parts, familiarly spoken of as the " white" part, and the "black."' The per formers in the white ,or 1st part, were Mrs Clausen, Miss Guild. and Miss Wallis, Messrs Brown, Blay, Booth, Moody, Heath, and Bain. Mr Doxey, of Tallarook, kindly gave a recitation from " Othello" (out of his turn inthe programme), in order to give more time to his fellow performers for their necessary preparations His elocution is good, and he was listened to with attention: Mrs Clausen (who was pianist) and Miss Guild, then sang a duet. The latter young lady, and Messrs Mortley and Bain succeeded them with a glee, difficult to sing, but well executed. A song by Mr Bain, who, besides a tru...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 February 1871

NOTICE.-ThoR ANKS will be CLOSED (n THURSDAY, 23rd instent--iimore Racea. 1",rANTED, to PURCGIASE six or right voung V WORKING EULLOCKS, with yokes and chei.-. .ikewise a BULLOOK WAGGON. Apply MEfsrs Wi;l!cre and Tanner, Se'motur Flour and Saw Mills, Seymour.

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