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IF WE KNEW. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

.iF. WEl NE W. if we knew !the.cared and crowses Crowding round our neighbour's way If we knew the little losses, Soreyv grievous day by day- W I', we then =o often chide Fo.r his l",'k ol thrift and i ail L'cing r on IIl heart a shadoV, Le:,; .irg on our lives' a stainq? If ve knew tho elilnda above us, Feied b ,eotl -ble.ssings-the- ,-.. Would we t.urn aw: y all tri'emblin . Tri .hir b;, ,nl weak desp".ir? Would .:, shvrink from liltie shadowa lying on the dewy grisB, . h; , 'ti i- on'. hirdd of Edsa Just in mercy flying past ? Let ua rea?h into our bosomul For the key to other lives, And with love toward erring nature, Cher,,h gotid that still survives; So t?iat. when oi4 disrobing spirits -Soar to roalmd of light again, We ,r .., r :.y, "Dcar Father, judge us, As we judge our fellow men."

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

IMPORTANT TO FARME ,: 8. John. and Co, B?E to intimate to the FARMERS o.f ILMOORE an4 SUOROU IND ING D1SRICTS that they htve taken ' D EI A'S M IL j S (Lately Oeenpied by MESSRS DEGRAVBS & CO), and are now prepared to BUY WHE T in any QUANTITIES. ' A FIRSTICLASS MILLER has been engaged, and J. F. & Co. hope that by Special At. tention to GRIST?NQ, w?ich will be done at the U.?al Oharges, to merit a Share of Custom, . . .- -;. . . , UNIO . FLOUR MILLS, - KILMORB. THE Farmers of the surrounding district and business men of Kilmore are reapetfully.informned that all FLOUIt, &c., as produce of grist seqt to the above Mill wil be guaranteed. uperior-also, all.?lour, &e., sold. JOSEPH EAGER, Late Miller for Degravea an4 Co,. P.S.--Wheat Bought at Ful Market Value, anc all Gristing lots donA separately and productively. .eymour Steam Flour Mills IBE( to inform the Farmers of the Surrounding Neighborhood that they. a;A. preop.red O BUY WHIEAT in any quantitie...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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KYNETON. Tuesday, Ien. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

HYNETQN. ' Tte'eday, itn. t8, ThA Guardial reoorts as follow,-ý Plaor £12 to Z12 10p Wrhl!+. 4 8;t t." 4ý S.: p'r bltahel, Oxtg, at 81 to 24 8, Bran, It 54 to ],e 6;t Pollard, Is 44 Rye gravn ,red, 6. to 7i Jo Potatouc, £5 6. to £5 10O per tol

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

COWL[MEC1AIi INTLELLIOENOE RIUIMORS George iudion qrot.:- Oats, Coloial, So 1d to 3 O9J PO by" -6, iran, Is Sd par bushel ]?ollard, is Od per bhusal Ray, new Lllt r ton Chaff, 41 per ow ýotatoev, is Gd to Ge per rfl LANOEFIELD. The Ohronicle reports its foilwsý Whoat Bs C&i to 6a 8.d ptr buihcI, Uflour LLB aer fin Pollard is 92I to 2i per buahtl. Dran Is 9i dc,

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ORIGINAL POETRY. BONNIE JEANIE O' THE GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

ORIGINAB POETRY. Bolss JFPAN. o TUR aGLEN. Fare thee weel :*:y bhnnia Jenie, .Dere't lassie fare thee weel, Monie a fervent prayer gate wi' thee Free this heart sae true and lel, Rut the love I ber unto thee It iA weel yon diona ken, For l.'m fr too au!d to woo thee, SB:,rni' Jenie o' the Glen. Wi;l,'ie lasies haa I met wi', ;.., .en i oclk hae daized iny een, R,?sy ,,hecks bae aft upset me, Di',pled chins my griefs has been, A' thee .iles o' love I weathered, SAnd ,,r heart grew !ieht again, r: ;!i ti' Jetm;e I forgathered, 1 bur-i Jeanie o' the Glen. F;rst her sunny smiles assailed me, rene her lips such pearlB revealed, N\it hier roguish oen empailed me, Till I could no do but ierld, Noo, Ulo3j our lots must sever, Std the w6rds fa' frie my pen, But till de.th forget I'll never, Bonnie Janie o' the Glen. SKilmore, Feb 18, 1870. 'r.'s.~-.-~-~~

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TROOPS IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

TROOPS IN IRELAND: The following sensible article on the act. tion of the Government in throwing troops. into Ireland to "govern" that unbippy. country we take from the "Greymouth (N.Z:) Evening Star"': "'Three Cabinet meetings have been held for the consideration of the sttp of Ireland. It was resolh.ed to dar.la +t,.. County of T;pperary and( C.uitv and ritv of Londonderry in a stser of in??urrction,. and to ilerease the. arr.yv in Ireland t.. 50,000 men," It is quite true that thirty thousnd esanldiers, ::rened with the lates' and' most approved weapons for des'roving life. the wounding and maiming of bodies, and, the indicting of unutterable agonies, may for a time-.keep "the disturbed ~ortions of Ireland in subjection 'but thirtvmil'ons of soldiery will not to the extent of so much as one tota, remove the cause which pro.. duces these periodical outbreaks, these deso oations and uprisings of a distracted neople Haive the deliberations at these three Chbi. net meetings ended in ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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THE ROAD BOARD CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

THE. ROAD BOARD CONFE ENC1. From the Herald. The Conference met on Tuesday at Hoking's Hotel to protest against the dia abilities under which these bodies are placed in reletion to the new Shires Statute. Charles Tolstrup,Bsq,. Chairman of the Campbell's Creek Road Board, occupied the chair, and the following road districts were represented :-Camnpbell's Creek, Alexan dra, Fryer's, Moorabin, Upper Yarra, Broadmeadows, Seymour, Willowmavin, Indigo, Meredith, Yea, Franklin and Yank doit,~Mount Eliza, Templestowe, Melton, Keilor, Elthar, Greeasborough, Bylands, Connewarra, Heidelberg, Pe,.tridge, Kanga' rong, Gardiner, Flinders, Gisborne, Morang, Mulgrave, Dandenong. Mr paterson, as member of the standing committee appointed by the fermer conference, gave, an explanal tion of the previous proceedings in connect Lion with the committee's labors, and stated it was less the fault of Mr O'Shanassy than of M?r Simeon, who hed been elected chair, man of such committee, and, Judas like, sold ...

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MURDER WILL OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

MURDER WILL OUT. In the ' Police Gazette' of 28th January, 1858. , proclamation appeared offering £100 reward for the apprehension of the murderer or murderers of a man whose body was found in a waterhole on the Mia Mia Creek, New. stead, near Castlemaine, on the 9th of Jant uary, in a spot distant about twenty five yards from the main road leading to Carids brook. After a lapse of twelve years, light has been thrown in a most singular manner upon the perpetrator of the horrible tragedy. Telegraphic intelligence has been received by the mail that a person named George Dyer surrendered to the police in London, accus' ing himself of having committed the crime at Christmas 1857. Dyer's confession is that the murdered man was George Wilson, an English sailor, who was at the Loddon river at the date specified, and that he threw the body into a waterhole. He states likewise that he is forty seven years of age, that he arrived in the colony in August, 1854; that be lived in Smith street, C...

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SYDNEY. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

SYDNEY. (BY ELEOTRIO TELEGRAPJR.) (Pox, AUG COft32OND .), A. new writ haimbqeu iasue&for Weit Sydney. '&M t *Eagar is likely to.be the Ooposition. oindjdael The: ov.ldgant It y direr th an ;nveitlgatioa into ttL oOuU e Ofithn so::dbl) + q o,: Cho 2i8· ýs Res 1ho aieiArn'b l avA s6jcuraod she Muter rurp'1r f 1ýýJrd, thel Rr:Q`··: hI y A' 91; Q i, (ni l V5 ai 0. olti led, san thad iy bouupgt in \ yerdi:t of" n l'y of -mhrsseiie the fun.f" "' thp crd'..:" traonae do tdtiu o ~7obi A ~.;:ark me-vau'ia2' It tre. j. . i.ý. t," i, .. ettupht into h'^iarboar. is was anticipated no bu~in~aa 'rvy t;rsn.A acted in the Legigiativo (Inlotii nii 'xii sdj ofespect to the tmem!Iry' of the 1Y. te Ril S M'C~ae. Mr:..enne~rannounced that h~i h~td consente~d to re~presenit the Govermrineny irn theUpper Ttous?, an~d sxpressed 71 hlv .e thit, with ! he assistanrce of hnh ti. h be able to colnduct tbe bssinoss of. tha country in a alanneer sati~icfatnrg to All parties The Legislattive Assem...

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TRIAL DOWN WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

TRIAL DOWN WEST. .- 0- Early in the summer a white man was found murdered on an island in the Platte, River, and as the spot was only thirty miles from the Pawnee reservation of Indians, it was assumed that some ot them were the culprits; 'but inquiry and search proved nothing conclusive. Still, four Indians were charged last month with the murder--Yel low Sun, Little Wolf, Blue Hawk, and Horse Driver. The trial was held at Omaha, and it is stated that it was the first trial of the kind in the United States. Someof the proceedi jugs must have shown the Indians, if they understood what was going on, that there was anything but a friendly feeling towards them. A person called as juryman, was asked if he had any prejudice against the prisoners, as Indians or otherwise, tha` would prevent his giving a partial verdict; he rei plied, "No, only that he had been chased by Indians, and had been in battles with them and that he would hang every devil of them in sight." Another juryman being a...

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

On Wednesday, the'16th instant, by ap. pointment of the Presbytery of Melbourne, the Rev Jrames Ballantyne and they Rev Robert 'unter held meetings of the Presb byterians of lfangalore and Tallarook, and after service constituted them a congregation of the Presbyterian Church, and a uranb mous call issued in favor qf. the Rev John Cameron. These districts have been long without the services of, a Presbyterian clergyman, and through the exertions of the Rev Robert Hunter, of this town, they have pow the prospect of a most harmonious setl tlement of a minister in their midst. Mr Akeburst, P.M., seems determined to suppress garden robberies. On Tuesday last George Hamilton, aged 1,, and John Freer, aged 14, were brought up at the Police Court on a charg~ of entering the garden of Ronald Donald M'Kay, Crown Lands Bailiff, and stealing peaches therefronm. From the evidence it appeared that the lads eatered the garden during the daytime, and took several peaches which they secreted in the...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

PU5ri5HED TauasnDA :'!oRKirG. TFIURSDAY, FPRi UARY 44, 1870, MATTERe. of great moment to the people of this colony will, soon be engaging the atten tioq of oUr Legislature, and it becomea the duty of every man to pJpy the part assigned him by the. laws of the country, and to be active i cILintaining his rights as a citizen. The great bane. of legislatioa in this colony is that, within the last few years more es. pecially, people allowed themaelvus to be led unthinkingly by a c;,y, :' long time mis, taken for a popular one, and which first ori, ginated m.onugsp thehirelings of'a factirn, but subsequently spread amongst the poput lace, and was adopted by a great many well meaning people who failed to give due con. sideration to what proved to be a portentous epoch in our history. The word "Protection" had a magic effect upon the colonists. Ar' tisans, mechanics, and tradespeople looked forward to realising rapid fortunes when protected against competition with foreign commerce-they pi...

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Tuesday, 22nd February. Before Mr Akehurst, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

Tuesday, 22nd Februalv, Before Mr Akehurat; P.M. George Hamilton, charged with using obscene language and resisting the police, was fined £3 for the first and £2 for the second offence. Silvester O'Dea was charged by Sergeant Deasy !with drunkenness and discharged with a caution, being first offence. John Smith v John Bourke for assault and wounding Mr Meade, for prosecution, applied to withdraw the case, but BergenVu Denasy o >jeeting, theb ase as postponed for 14 days, bail allowaed. James Wilson v Edward Dines, for ast saQit. No appearan.s of defendant. Case postponed until 25th instant, warrant to isste for apprehension. Edward and Mich:i1 Maloney v John M'Cabery for £15 2s 6d, goods sold Order for amount and £l 6s costs. Ronald Donald M'Kav v John Freer and George Hamilton for larceny of fruit. The firstnamed was sentenced to 14 days in gaol and one year in the Reformatory Schtol, and the latter was sent to gaol for two m ,ntL s with hard hlbor. James Crough v :'atrick Carmo...

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

KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, 18th February. Before Mr Akehurst, P.fM. Alfred Deli5ser v lIatthew Murray,Henry Barfort, Charles Henry Gratta, Anderson, and William Leonard Sawell for £10, work and labor dooe. Mr Twigg for complainant; Mr Meade for defendant. Dismissed, with £2 2s costs. J-B Key v J Madden, goods sold. Die. missed vithout prejudice.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

DEATH. DIED on the 4th December last, at Milbrook Cottage Rathfarnam, Dublin, Ireland, Emily Char- lotte Louise, the beloved wife of Henry Moore   Caines, and daughter of the late John Claudius Beresford. Deeply regretted.    

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

ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR SALE. SN the Big Ilill, parish of Byland', 502 acres of land, well fenced and watered, near the Sydney road-Apply to R.bert Henry, Wellen Walian. SEYMOUR DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. ENDERS will be received untRl 11 o'c:ok a.m. on Tuceday the let of ilArch for the fdvlowiug works 1-.30C0 oubio yards of Q2 inih road metal 2-Works on road via Mr Batler's, Seymour 2-Works on road at 1angalo a 4--Works on Upper Goolbura road Plans and speciflctions at this offixe; lenders for metal will be reeeiued and accepted for each seotion separately, or the whole in one. Any tender not neceesarily accepted. EAoh ten der to be endorsed for- - (By order) T HOWARD, OCrk. Road Board Office, Seymour, 7th FEb:unry, 1870, DONNYBROOK & WALLAN WAL LAN ROAD DISTRICT. TENDERS, addressed to the Chairmnn, will be received by the Donnybrook and Wallan Wallan Distr;ot Road Board till noon 1st March next for the supply of seven thousand cubio yards of 21 inch road metal. . Specifications can b...

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THE GENTLEMEN'S BALL [To the Editor of the Free Press.] [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 February 1870

THE GENTLEMEN'S BALL [To the Editor of the Free Press.] : Sr,--Lord Macaulay, in one of his sketches' of the life of a m;nister in the dkys iof. Elizabeth, says :-"He was permitted, to dine - with the gentleman's family with wv;on, he resided, but lie was expected.to content hima.lfivith the plainest far& He might fill himself with the carrots and corn beef; but-as soon as thetarts and, cheese- oakes' made their ;ppearance hb quitted his seat and stood aloof till:he was summoned to return thanks -fortlle repast, from :a great portion of which he had been ex' eluded '" A matter was brought under my notice lately that reminded me of these old gents, who wotld compel a member, with a half empty stomach, to. return thanks to Provi dence because his master and family had gorged themselves to their hearts' content. So great a resemblance is there between the acts of those and that of some of our townsi people that a person might reasonably be lieve the soirits of some of these old...

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

4 1ESgRS GORDON & GOTCH, or Collins stree T west, Melbourne, have been appointed agent r this Journal. Mir 000H, Ballarat, has been appointed agent this journal. LONDON AGENCY. THE FRar PEFOS may be read gratuitously in Lon. , on, at the News Rooms of Messrs GOBDON and j Golox, 121 Folbons Hill, where advertisements and :subhaerip' na for thi snme are rectiv,'d. THE KILMORE FREB PRESS. PUBLISHED EVE Y THU DAY -M0 NING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. I II'r trmsn or a ivirtiiing in the Kilmore Free Press ae a aauder : TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE PER INCH. A reduction of ten per cent will be made for advertisements ordered ;r one month; twenty t:er ent for two months; and thirty three per can' f.ir bree months :--beyond which .ime a special arranwu, meet will be made. STh terms of unbacripiaon to the Kilmore F~ec Press will be Gs 6d per qsarter in town, end 7s Pd if I?tu' d the ceuntry, 'The Qa.rteic for eubhariprion to the Free Preas Gi;ll ,.omimei:e on the 23rd March, 23rd Jtmr, 2...

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

u lderdB1:~J n,( :";x. "s , - rirr ti parr S a9l I:3. . . l a , r & .0110' 'Arch 16. 'Jflt I-,- Li j nit.rd at Kilmore 6 :0 n d heietp, car mxarked, ri;,a of? both n,'~ A ir and off or Iwo !wt+,hea m~ar " et Iand r.' 'IT of? 'tr, Scollop ofi'Pr, .e hrann~i berfr' . rtritP W e L.' *irro, T rump If :o *r"t·r' &I. "' be ttio on 16.h 1Iareh C 0 ANDERSON, 1 oundrreper s 4MAN-Fl iLI) - I:np:'uric..I i.sfl· 1" ~ytntt ,c IG , i~r G'. -a e.'..t&W. cii'. miket~d J1 2 ide~rj~ 01.~. ci.,.a tsok flq tfi e, . b i' ()"t wt iti) ninIVlr " rnndi ,iP·rp iti n · tii ll, Ni.lr 3'~K P·l.·Ihl: I a r ., ", :ý. n- ""1, .r' ji'"1, M.N~ (OT DImpouA·',i --t 14 -:old !ry r r· hlcL r,:his, rsýe d r R:i oJ~lrr m It N ^nr "-culdar, Da if n oh i IDe elgimrne, :;. nn . en, " m!!t"greh i3 P "UN3TRR, Pourndkhep:.r ADV1J:IfSEMENTO, In the l'upreme Court of the Colony of. Victoria 8I FPA . : 2 COr Plaintiff, end the jr, t. Q.,.::"! Mit inp Ccmpi"n (einrertd) : OTT' "F is hi',ebyg irer, that the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 March 1870

ELPHINSTONE.-Impounded at Elphinstone. bay mare, stripe, off hind foot white, collar and ead dle marked, no visible brand roat potted cow, liko.lK off rump, blotch M" off neck red heifer, white on belly and tail, like d with D in centre off thigh " white neifer, no visible brand blue striýwberry heifer, no visible brand - If rot claimed, d&, to be sold on 23rd March IT COATES, Poundkeeper. ISBORNE--Impounded at Qisborne.. t' y horse, :blsck points, long til, .O, near,,houlder, 2 soaddle and girth marked ' - ' . If not cl'i;ed, &c, to be'sid' ornMarch 2 HR. H. DIXON, ?oundkeeper HEATHCOTE-Impounded at Heathoote ronu homre, star, G near lioulds, shod OD; chesnut mare, star and blaze, off bind foot white, white on near hind coronet, MK near ihouh der chesunt more, blind of eye, broken knees, ED near shoulder. like WS off shoulder If not claimed &d, to' besold on 23rd March JOHN HAMILTON, Poundkeeper I IIL 1ORE--Impounded at Kilmore 8 bay mare, foal at foot, anch...

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