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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 February 1871

IRELAN~D. -------- A new church has been erected in Cork by the contributions of the Protestant inhabitants, which will rival, when completed, many of the most splendid ecolesiastical edifices in the three kingdoms In consequence of the strong recommendation of Earl Spencer, the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, the Government have decided that the Irish militia shall be called out for training next year The Queen has selected a large quantity of the. finest Irish lace for the trousseau of the Princess Louise. At the Paris Exhibition the beauty of the Irish laces exhibited attracted universal admiration A letter from Mr Gladstone to the Lord Mayor of Dublin has been published, stating the intention of the Cabinet to release the Penian yr'sonere, and giving the reasons which have induced the Government to take this course. The prisoners were released on Dec. 25. It is understood that they will be required to go abroad The Limeridk correspondent of the Cork Herald states on authority that S...

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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 February 1871

BCOTL .JiYD. ~-4---- The Collection of Antiquities of the late Sir James Y Simpson, Bart., has been presented to the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. The collection includes portions of sculptured slabs from Nineveh; SR WILTExR ScOTT.-A meeting has been held in Edinburgh for the purpose of making arrangements for celebrating, in August 1871, the centenary of the celebrated novelist's birth; Lord Jerviswoode pre sided, A committee was appointed to carry out the details of the celebration. George Fairbairn, the last of Sir Walter Scott's servants, died on November 30. Deceased was in early life in Sir Walter's employment ; end when John Bruce, the family piper, became unable through infirmity to discharge the duties of his office, he was selected by Sir Walter as his successor. SUDDEN DEATI OF A BRIDE.-On December 18 a young woman, said to be from Elgin, was married in Macduff, and, as usual in such case', the newly married pair went to church together on the following day. Puring ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 February 1871

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGINCE. KILMORE. John J Reilly quotes : Bran Is 2d do or 5a 10d per cental Pollard ls 41 do Flow 141 per cental Oats 3s 83 to 4s per bushel, or De 2d to 10i per cental

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CRICKET MATCH. KILMORE v. ROMSEY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 February 1871

CRICKET MA:TCH. KILMORL V. ROMSEY. The return match between two elevens of the above clubs was played on the Romsey giround on Saturday last. Notwithstanding the great heat of the day a good number of spectators were present. Only one innings of each side was played, leaving the Romsey team victorious. The Riddell's Creek, Mount Iope, and Lancefield players did' good execution for Romsey. The ffelding of I the Kilmore eleven was very poor, with the exception of Messrs Pitman and Dean. The former gentleman made a magnificent catch at point, for which he was loudly applauded. Three hearty cheers were given by the I Romsey players, assisted by a number of the on.lookers, for the KILUoRE FJEE. PREss, when Mr M. Hunt (an employee in this office), went to the wickets. Messrs Key and Furphey were the umpires, and Messrs , Trainor and Beavan the scorers. At the conclusion of the match the players adjourned to Robertson's Romsey Hotel and partook of an excellent dinner, provided by the Romse...

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MESSRS NOYES AND REED Report: [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 February 1871

Maisas NoYB AND REnED Report: For the week ending February 16: We report sales of mill, farm, and dairy produce this week as under: Flour.-Busines, very limited, the trade being fully supplied for present requirements, decline to do business at present prices. We report beet brands fine silk dressed, in trade parcels only from £14 to £14 10 per ton. Bran.--l Id to Is 2i4 per bushel. Pollard (fine) is 41 to is 6d per bushel; coarse, Is Id to is 3d per bushel. Wheat.--Supply very limited. Best samples 6s 2d to 6s 4d; inferior, 5s 9d to 6f per bushel. Oats.--Beat milling samples, 3a 9d to 4?i Good feed, 8s 6d to 3i 91 per bushel. • Barley.-English malting, 34 10d to 41 2d. For feeding purposes,l3s 41 to 3S 9d per bushel. (Cape) 3s 2d to 3s 5d per bushel.. Rye, 3a 3l to 31 61 per bushel. Maize.-4s 81 per bushel. Potatoes.-Best samples, £3 5S to.£3 10s per ton with forward tendency. Buttes.-Fresh, 8d to 11d per lb; do, potted (beat), 4d to 6yd per lb, Oheese.-Beit Victorian, 4d to 6d inf...

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RULES and REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 February 1871

RULES and REGULATIONS. The general rules of the Victoria Raeing Olu?b 'wtil be etrie'ly adhared to as far nsapracticable, but no entry ,ill be reoeived unless on this condition- ' That all o'aims, dispytcs, and objections ahall be finally decided by the Stewards, or whoea they may .appoint. Dr, of general entry, Wednesday, the 22nd7 February, 1371, at Kclly's ?osel,. Kilmore, before 10 o'clock p,.m. Entries to bo sealed' and addressed to the, Stewnrjd, cnd to ccn!nin all paymnenta due, to gatlher withii nmo, ge, colour (and, if possible, partigr~e f h~e) nre nd coloure of the rider: Mhres . nod ,oloino!e a'lowed 31b c.ch, . ?rote?;s !-ut be ionded (in writing) within a' quarter of an hour eft'er the question is raised with. it . •ine of the stowards, andl be accomrparnied with two. cuineaa s ee R dcp: it, which deposit sill be for-. feited to the funds of the olub, if the Stewards, ."" decide such protect as f?ivoYous or vexatiou: Jeckeys will not be weighed unless in the colours ns...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET M'CAW, ADAMSON AND CO REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 February 1871

MELBOU?NE PRODUCE MARKET M'C.Aw, ADAMCoN AND Co REPoIIT, For the Week ending February 15, 1871: Flour and wheat ruling about same as lust week with a fair trade demand. For the former we quote £14 for approved country brands of South Australian and Victorian, Tasmanian from 15s to 203 less Best samples of Adelaide wheat 6s 2d to CG 3d, and Victorian 5s 91 to 69. Feeding grains are in fair requeet at 3s 9d to 31 9d for good feed oats, and 4s 31 to 4+ 10d for maize. Cape Barley 8s 4d to 3j 6d, with a good demand. Bran has receded in value since our last fully Id per bushel. Cheese, we are pleased to observe, sold much better to.day, all on hand being cleared off at from id to Id advance on late rates. Butter, both fresh and potted, was very dull, with a decline of 2d to 3d on the former, and Id on the latter. Below we give details, result of actual saleq : ' s D £ eD Flour, sk dad 14 0 0 to 14 5 0 Maize 4 10, to Wheat, milling samples 6 2 to 6 8 ,, inferior 0 0 0 to 8 6 Barley, inferi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 February 1871

DEATHS. On the 20th instant, of Powlett street, Kilmore,   F ank Arthur, the youngest child of William Leonard     and Isabel Sawell, aged seven months. Died, at the residence of his sons Guild Brothers, merchants, Seymour, Mr James Guild, late of     Cobblestock, P?trcuiter, Aberdeenshire, Scotland,     aged 85 years.. Deeply regretted by his family and a   large circle of friends.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 February 1871

ILMORL ST. PkTRlIP'S BENEFIT SO CIEIY'S SECOND ANNTUAL ATHLETIC SPORTS, To be held on the Kilmorc Cricket Ground ON ST PATRICK'S DAY, To commence tI 12 o'Clock, gTJWARDS : Messra Ahearn W Rran J Hunt J J Reily P O'0onnor J M'Manus J Fynn P Rfforty T Hunnt Slit Rice-M.iden Plate-100 ya?ds-Prize 10, E-.trance, 1i. 2ad Race-410 yards, H.n:in3ie Flat acre--lst Prize, 151o; 2.d Prize, 5.-REntmrice, 11 61 SMd Race-iunning Ligh Jump-Prize, 10o-En tranae, la. 4th-'Thrrorin the ITammer-lst Prize, 10s; 2nd P iz, 5s-Enitrance, l!. Eth-Puttine the letavy Ltue-Priz', 10a-E- n trance, 1a; e8h--R st D:ncer-Irish Ji; and Peel--lt Prize, 15 .; 3nd Priz', 5s-Entrance, 2a 7'h-SBoy (under 12 years) Rice-150 yards--lst P-iz, 5 ; 2nd Pri7z, 23 6--Entrancv, free. 8ih--Iulf Mile II..ndicap llurdle R:ce-let Prize, 201 ; 2wi Prize, 10a-Etraies, 2e. 9t:h-Threo L,'ged Race-1-S; yarda--Prize, 7a 6d -Entrance, 11. lh--Hilalf Mile I andicap Flat Race-Prize lEs ]E;itrvn a, 2;. , 11th-150 y?rds Flat Race-Pr') 10sl-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 February 1871

X ESSRS GORDON & GOTOH, o; Collins stree X west, Melbourne, have been appointed agent r this Journal. ('? Mr GO00 H, Ballarat, has been appointed agent for this journal, Mr E. Ar HOPE, Sydney street, opposite the Council Chambers, has been appointed Agent for this journal, and copies may be regularly obtained from him THE FREE PREss may be read gratuitously in Lon don, at the News Rooms of Messrs GORnoN and Gorol, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and subscripons for the seme are received. 4 ICTORIA FIRE and MIARINE INSURANCE SCOMPANY. Head Olilee, Market street,Melbourne. CAPITAL-£1,000,000. Chairman of the Board of Directors-HON HEIRY MILLER, M.L.C. Fire Insurances effected at the lowest unrrent rates of premium: Every information as to rates, &o., can be obtained at the office of the agent. JOSEPH COLLIE, Secretary. Agent for Kilmore-J. W. OSBORN, Auctioneer B - Sydney street. SLSeymour-OLEM NT PERRON, , 'TIOTORIAN LIFE AND GENERAL INSUR . VANCE COMPAIY, AND ...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 February 1871

?PULISEo TusaBSDAY MORNING. TIU1i~DAY, FEBBRUAR'i 23, 1871. On Saturday last an engine-driver named F::~cer was admittedl into the Kilmnore JIospital suffering froni iajuries received whilst in charge of a traction engine et.ployed in sawing wood at B'nr;key Creek. _It appears fronm tihe statement of the injured ":1an, as well as others who were present, the ntgCie started off without any apparent -:use, and the nmanti got his legs entangled ttierein Pai ith i broken: 'With e'trao r dinary resence of mind the jtan, even after this dreadful occurretne, reversed the cr':k, nod thus saved himself fruom being dr:,',n further into the works and crushed to death. 'the man is now progressing favorably. Presunre on our space compels na to hold over our lealder, police court, and other oa:'er of local intereat. A land commi,.ion consisting of the Police Mlg'istrate, and the Chairmen of the Sev. mour sand Goulburn Valley ]oad Boards, is announcell to sit at Seymour, on Wedner day, 8ih March p...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. DALMAROY CAMPBELL AND CO. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 February 1871

MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKEPT. DALMAeorY CArMPIBLL AN: Co. RRFOrIT, For the week endine February 15, 1871: FAT 0ATTE:-1 902 head entered, 963 of whieb, principally good quality, were s-ld to'day at lest Wednesday's prices, say prime light weight beef up to 22s 68 per 100 lb ; medium, 17a 61 to 20s. The attendance of the trade was good, including the meat preservers, all of whom purchased freely throughout;. t We have sold 223 head for Mr Walter Douglass, e Yarrawin Station, N.S.W,, which had been very carefully driven by Mr Thomas Dorrington, and, although light weights, they averaged £7 S for bullocks, £5 15s for cows, Tomorrow, we will sEll 100 bead of really prime frehl cattle, from Loyang and Denison Stations in Gipps Land. FAT CAL?vs in limited request, at drooping priers. Beat prime small.vealers brought from 40s to 50s; others from 20s upwards. FAT SHrTXP--About 15,000 in the market, being the smallest supply we bate had for some time, but prices did not advance so muoh as expecte...

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FRATRICIDE AT EGERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 February 1871

FRATRICIDE AT EGERTON. ----~- A shocking case of fratricide took place at the residence of the brothers Morrow, at the Argyle claim, now the Maxwell, about three miles south of Egerton, on Tuesday evening. It appears that, on their return home from the election at Egerton, where both had partaken of a few glasses of drink drink, a quarrel had ensued about election eering matters. William Morrow became highly excited, and, in the heat of his passion rushed to the chimneypiece, where a dagger ivas suspended in its sheath, drew the dagger therefrom, and stabbed his brother James in several places in the region of the hezrt and lunge. He subsequently rushed outside and shouted to two men, named Rogers and Heath that he had killed his brother. Dr Clutterbuck and Constable Gibson were immediately sent for, but before their arrival James Morrow was dead. The fratricide was arrested, and the body of the murdered inan removed to-the Exchange hotel, Egerton, where it now lies awaiting the cor...

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COLONIAL EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 February 1871

COLONIAL EXPERIENCE. BY AN OLD CHUM. Look on this picture, ye sparks, ye fast, and ye vain men. As every town contains its quota of brainless and would-be fashionable individuals, the writer of this article would ask the readers of it to find out in K—e parallel cases to the eighteen shoals and quicksands marked out in my chart, whereon thousands of barks of great strength and resources have made shipwreck. Figurative, eh ? but true. Here they are:— Perhaps you may regard these rules as musty, and too humdrum for a man of spirit and taste—a character of which, for aught I know, you may be ambitious. Perhaps you may prefer "cutting a dash"—like so many     of the young gentlemen of the day—at the risk, nay, with the certainty, of "making a   splash," and "taking the benefit of the New   Insolvent Act." If so, I can suit you. 1.—When you land in Australia call on your uncle, or first cousin. If you meet with a cool reception, go stra...

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EXTRAORDINARY ELOPEMENT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 March 1871

i th Thames Poliie Court on Friday week an 1.'liuman named Jame.a K Edw'ards came I bfo- 'r e ?"t to -is hsk a-lvice as to the b, . mteans, of recoverin, his wife, to whom b1e wa:s marri'ed on the 23rd October last, and who sud?lrniv ,loped on the 28th of last month, riih ;£170 of his money HE met her ' Aiur'a hl;ere he had been working a , tb god di, inos. Iler uname w::s Bridget z; Iiihbt, and she wa. a native of Limerick. Bnsinees caiiedc him to ..nland, and it was agreed that th y should be married on his rtarun to Australia. On his arrival in London, he was much surprised to find that his intendred bride had arrived in another ship, the Dover Cstle, before him. He was much incensed at her conduct, but he agreed, n..t.ittnrtaning to marry her without de!ay. T,,ev were married in the loman Catholic eha?el t. D,'one, County Limerick, and immediately after the ceremony returw'c to L,ndon. IHeo his new wife formed the nequaintance of a woman named Cummings. On the 2i;th NC.ovember, ...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 March 1871

~-Aiio- 3F:I- ·· c0 9 iImbDOt "Offe $Wo PuBI.ISHuD TAURSDAY foRNBING. THULRSDAY,, MARCH 2, 1871. M31. LA?UI1ENC 'Bouns,'s organ has at last rpoken, and in a manner so flattering to that gentleman that, if it can possibly go down, we must deem him infinitely more stupid than ever we gave him credit for. As our juvenile contemporary can certainly know but little of the feelings of the electors of Kilmore, we purpose not to take notice of the cross twaddle indulged in, except to assert most positively our utter abhorrence of its insidious style of levelling forth its venom against "priestly influence," and thus finding a pretext for introducing a religious howl, which has already proved so disastrous to the peolje of the country. We may here state that we are amongst those who ol;ject most strongly to ministers of any denomination taking -any active part in politics, because.: their, doing so ngnast :Y.?iinly haye an: injurious effect upon the good' governmenitof the colony, inasmuch a...

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KILMORE DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 March 1871

KTiliO SE DIV81 0iN7K The fol:nwing is the report of our locae mioin, regitrar for the quarter ending 31st December r Ai!iu:tl :nining on Rcedy Creak is being followed by about fifty--rwen Chinese and f.rtv-nin'e uropp~ens. Their average eari. int?s from 20. to 039 per week. About thirty o ore .:F at Hlgini;tham, doi(mg poorly, and not averoing 25s per week. The severe wtsinter fl:da destroyed maiy dame, races, n i., ard drove t:he miners to scok other fields o;' n ploymIent. Q.iartz mit'ice is in a very dull o?f?e; onl one clýilm crutshd o en i 'eedy creelk, but with u rtood prospect. Cbh:mmn. and Lo:mpana , fro:a: reef near the M:'.genta, obLained S clane: from i3 itons. WToe od ciawas nci. Snunday Creek find good w.ge rye t'. shareho!ders., but nothing new h'he rnovidence eTo, Yes, will soon be ?,a;i in work, as a new conpan have ob. toiil R lo.i.e, and iutend extending op ra"i ,"?a At: -iiginboth.;n, lersrer e is still the moitn, anl with fair r.su!ts. Jn en anbaun. .oned ree? 3...

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AMATEUR DRAMATIC PERFORMANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 March 1871

AMATEUR DRAMATIC PERFORM ANCES. -4~--~ - The Kilmore Amateur Dramatic Society, lately established, made a first appearance before the public on Thursday evening last, and, despite the very inclement weather, it having been raining heavily all day, the Royal Albert Theatre was pretty well filled by persons desirous of witnessing the acting of our local " stars " at the same time that they were giving their mites towards a deserving charity. The burlesque "The Bride of Abydos " was the first piece placed on the stage, and, though we are under the impression the amateurs would have done better-for the first time at least--by confining themselves to some light acting, as they would also by a more judicious caste of the material at hand, a good many of the gentlemen engaged sustained their parts very creditably. As the gentlemen who embarked in the undertaking did so for the laudable object of assisting, our local hospital, and at considerable trouble and inconvenience to themselves, we6...

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ROMANCE IN DIAMOND DIGGING. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 March 1871

ROMANCE INŽ DIAMOND DIGGING. The dianond.fielda of South Africa are elailne't Ps colonial territory, and are, to the gratifiation of the diamond popu.atiou, to bo placed under British law. No diiculi.y or doubh on this subj-ect would have ever occurred, excpt for the establishment of tl. Free State, which sea;m to have been riater a thorn in the sile of African prosperity, if in the term bi included the civiliation of the natives, .iaanonds have "attn'", ... . lar'.gt and flaetuating population to the Va;al and othber ditricts, who need the aid of some capable Power to preserve order. Among. otoier pilgrima from. the outh, toward3 the cldse of our lst summer-it was winter there then-a person from the country reached, the larger and older digin;;a on the river. H11 had not been I extr'iisly fortunate in South Africa, but he had means to pay his expenses for a short time, and decided on this venture. His claim was a!lotted, and he dug and washed without any return, untii his money was...

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COLONIAL EXPERIENCE. LARRIKINS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 March 1871

COLONIAL EXPERIENCE. (Br A1 OLD CHUM.) LARRIKINS. Born during a period of great excitement -the gold fever-the larrikin is subject to feverish attacks, and, as a writer lately has truly Adelineated this individual as a " temporary inconvenience," I will classify him under three heads. 1.-Entered the world at a critical period of Australia's history, his parents should not be held responsible for his misdeeds. 2.-Having been allowed to grow up untrained, uneducated, and irreligious,. society should not be shocked at his career, which yet may be controlled by an Education Bill, the clauses of which will be thundered into our ears and heads before this year is half over. 3.--Society should treat him as a human being-having a soul to save;, and civilised nations require of man particular duties, viz., human, social, and divine. Larrikins' Description.--In height, under six feet, but over in impudence and sauce. Muscular and hony. Color of the hair, from a " Circassian white" to a " Mala...

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