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[?]OURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 March 1871

OU!t I' OP GENERAL bE:sION8, Ti e C "urL o Genenral SPPeion. alt Kilmore ij anwounwe i to Bit on toimorrow (F iiai) l7th. rue folln*: +. re he iernne aiairin2 trial :-Hianry Cnltai,,.'oree, a I'nv* Patriok Krnuedy, unl.wfully nisi mga tr.;- ; W±iliam Cook, man.lauchrer; Aver A- A . a, elsuuhter. A notice q, eal pli as r.: tit i t H "!,ic Vr Spuoiing. rta inoprccor, v G. be He' rt T. lhlr.

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. (Before A P Akehurst, P.M. and J Maxfield, J P. Tuesday, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 March 1871

KILMORZE POLICE COURT. (Before A P Akehurst, P.M., and J Max- / field, J P. Tuesday, March 14. M'Kenzie v M'Dougall, for Rages, £18. From the evidence it appeared that the plaintiff Roderick M'Kenzie, was engaged by defendant as brickmaker, the rate of wages not being stated. rlaintiff now claimed £2 2s per week for his services. Case dismissed without costs. Police v Bevis. Not served. Clack v Eyre, Struck out. Cook v Hall. Not served. Collins v Todd. Mr Meade for defendant. From the evidence of Patrick Collins, plain. tiff, it appeared hbe was walking in Sydney street when defendant said he would strike him. However, as it was proved defeds did not attempt to strike, the case wa missed. -, mmn=• II l

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COUNTY COURT CAUSE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 March 1871

COUNTY COURT CAU E LIT., The foliowirg are the oaesa of the County Court Oause List, whiotn will commence at 2 o'clock on t?e 16th March. VNDoR £20. Meaae v Dempsey. Twieg a-,d another v Gooley. Sugren v Hunt M'Intoeh v Cahill a:d another SBame v Oarkeet Malney v M'Lea DND?n £50. Campion v Irvirg Bailey v Butler.

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(To the Editor of the Free Press.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 March 1871

(To the Editor of the Free Press.) SIn,--As a letter appeared last week in the columns of your contemporary signed . " Bylandsman," a signature under which I have been known to write on several oc casions, I beg to inform the pqblic that I am not the writer of the said letter. My object for taking the present course is because I neither wish to be supposed to take any part in politics at the present time, nor do I wish to rob the bona fide writer of the said letter of the glory or odium that may be attached to the affair. If he assumed the signature " Bylandsman," with a view of publishing his own opinions, and, at the same timb passing them off on the public as the opin:,Oas of another person, he has done what-' non?d but the contemptible and unmanly would do; but if he assumed the signature through thoughtlessness his conduct of course is blameless. I remain, &c, JAMES M'MANUS.

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

ELEY'8 AMi UNITIO 1 THE BOXER CARTRIDGE . For Snider-Enfleld of *577 bore, and r ife Sfor the HIenry and Martin-Henrv rifle?ls of '450 bore, edopted by Her M'Tajty's War Department, also of '500 bore ix o for Military Rifls -! WATERPROOF (ENTRAL- }o JFIR METALLCCAWTV1RIDfGES with enlarged Base for small bores, adopted by foreign novervnmner.s for .: o4converted CheC eprt. i erdian, Ron - ineton, and other ,iflhs; de? Cart ridges for Ballard, the Spearcer, and Anerican-Henry Repeating Rifles The " ELEY BOXER" are the acheapeatCarte ridges known, carryi-:g tteir own ignitieo, and being made wholy ,f metal, are waterproof and imperien able in any cliuate The above Cartridesa oes (emp'v) of all sizes, and or the different esysr,.m of Hreacl-lo:s in. Rifles, can be had with or swithout the suitahbl Bullets and Machines for finirhile the C .rtrid.es BOXER CARTRIDGES,f -450 bore for revolving Pstols, used in Her Miajesty's Navy COPPER RIM-FIRE CARThIDGES of all sizee, for Smith & W...

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THE CAPTAIN'S LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 March 1871

TI-E CAPTAIN'S LADY; After an absence of several years from my native city, I had lately the pleasure of paying it a visit; and, having spent a few days with my friends, was about to bid adieu, once more, to the goodly and quiet streets of Philadelphia. The day had not yet dawned, and I stood trembling at the door of the stage-oflice, muffled in a great coat, while the driver was securing my bag gage. The streets were still and tenantless and not a foot seemed to be travelling but my own. Everybody slept. gentle and simple; for sleep is a simple and gentle thing. The watchmen slumbered; and the very lamps seemed to have caught the in fectious drowsiness. I felt that I possessed at that moment a lordly pre-eminence among my fellow-citizens; for they were all torpid, as dead to consciousness as swal lows in the winter, or mummies in a cata comb. I alone had sense, knowledge, power, energy. The rest were all PEREn-shut up, like the imprisoned genii, who were bottled away by Solomon, an...

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Selected Poetry. THE SONG OF THE QUART. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 March 1871

THE SONG OF THIE QUART. n o- (From M?rL.Iur;onE PUasc) v With eyes that look-d half boiled, h With brain as heavy as lead, c A toper sat in a threepenny tap, Unclean, unkempt, unfed. B Drink, drink, drink E (Tho' he'd pawned the clothes he'd bought), I Yet still with a drunk and maudlin voice v He sang the song of the Quart. t My wife is slaving at home, v lly daughters are both in gaol, a And that wiuch should feed my starving boys t Is spent in colonial ale. My shanty is lcaking with wet c lMy bed is seized for rent; The cupboard contains nota crust to eat, I And my very last copper is spent. I've been in good employ t Till I took to the fatal drink; t A few short years ago I could reason, act, and think. But I've gone down stage by stage, Till I'm but a " loafer " now, 1 I can only think of how to get drink, I can see my folly now. Had I the money yet That i've squandered the last ten years, "What a different home I'd have, With smiles instead of tears; Who would begrudge a man O...

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MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 March 1871

ZfEETING. ' A special meeting of the committee of " The Legislative Asylum," (formerly called "The Legislative Assembly,") was held yesterday. Business was opened by the Chief Secretary, who said there was now a vacancy in the institution for an inmate from the Kilmore Borough. He had received applications from two gentlemen, Mr Bourke, and Mr Fy.n, the Mayor, and it was for them to select the one whom they believed to be the most deserving. His experience of Mr Bourke's public career extended over three years, and he was proud to call him his staunch friend and supporter. During that period Mr Bourke had. Iready been a member of the House, and had laboured in it, free, gratis, and for nothing, and it was his opinion in which he trusted they would all coincide, that the day had now arrived, when those arduous and disinterested services should be rewarded, and Mr Bourke was entitled to re-election now and for ever afterwards, and longer if necessary, He would take his stand upon thos...

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

?Totico of Application for a Publicans' Lionoae. S COfTARLES REED, of Nagambie, brickl*yer,. 9 do hereby give notice that I desire to obtain, h.li will, at the next Licens;ng Meeting. aupiv for a Pu-!!:r.:?e Li .ues for a house situated at Np.?m'o.;, centin; . eii rooms exclusive of those rcquirc: for the u'o of my family. CH?RLES REED. Dit1d thia 10th day of March. 1871. I the Will of ,lICITAELr BRANIG&N, late of Kilm',ra, in the Ool ny of Vic'oria, Uoman Czthotlo Olerryman, Deceased.-Pursuant to the proviioJ. in that: thalf contained in the S*atute of Tr'ut., 1864, notice is hereby giver, that all the c-edit?'C, ( uod rxi monrgagoes as other cred,'?r*) and o:I?c. pe-sons having any ocime or demands ,a :n t o. upont th~' estate of the abovenamed Michael b1ranigpn, nrc,-ewl (who died on the ninth day cf June, 1870) lnd lettera of administiation of whore g,'odra and erecte withthe rill annexed, waa, granted bty the \upreme Court of the colony r.f Vie, tnriy, in its Ecolesiast...

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

.I IESSRS GORDON & GOTCH, or Collins etreeo west, Melbourne, have been appointed agent r this Journal. Mr GOOCH, Ballarat, has been appointed agent for this journal. Mr E. A. HOPE, Sy3ney street, opposite the Council Chambers, has been appointed Arent for this journal, and copies may be regularly obtained from him THE FREE Parrs may be read gratuitously in Lon. don, at the News Rooms of Messrs GoRDON and GoTHr, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and subeeripons tor the same are received, VICTORIA FIRE and MARINE INSURANCE W COMPANY. Head Oflice, Market street, Melbourne. CAPITAL-£1,000,000. 'Chairman of the Board of Directors-HON HENRY MILLER, M.L,C. Fir' Insurances effected at the lowest onrrent rates of preminm: 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 Sydney street. Seymour-CLEMENT PERRON. ICTORIAN LIFE AND GENERAL INSUR V ANCE COMPA1.Y, AND SAVINGS INST...

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Crirket. KILMORE V ROMSEY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 March 1871

d KILMORE V ROMSEY. The third match of the season between two elevens of the above clubs was played on e the Kilmore ground on Saturday last. The d weather was all that could be desired for d cricket, being pleasantly cool the whole day. r Owing to the lateness of the hour of e commencing the match-after twelve o'clock t -there was not time to complete the two e innings on each side, the game was therefore t decided by the first innings in favour of Pomsey, they being six runs ahead. The ground was in anything but good order, 6 being hard and bumpy. -he fielding of the ij Kilmnore eleven was very badl-no doubt t from the want of pra:tice--while that of r their bpponents was good Harris's batting was the principal feature of the day's play. r He played carefully and well in both innings. H. Sugden also played well; his bowling was effective, and his batting good. Alford played with his usual careful, Jackson-like style, doing good service- though unsuccessfully-for his eleven. A numb...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1871. KILMORE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 March 1871

G?BISIrIED THURSDAT MORNING TIIURSI)&A, MAROCI 16, 1871. k IiMORE ELECTION. To.D:iY (Thursday) the independent elec tori of Kilmore will have to decide by their votes who will represent them in the next Parliament of Victoria, and, though a shore time bactt, as many as five candidates were named as soliciting our suffrages, that number has now dwindled down to two, viz--Messrs LAURENcE BOURKE and JOHN YrNN, Mr THOMAS DE CoeCTr MEADE having, by retiring at the last moment, more fully illustrated that high character for dignity and truth to which his previous public career so fully entitled him. There is an old saying that lawyers are not to be trusted, but Mr. MEkDE is a living ex ample of the exception to the rule in this respect, as when he faithfully promises to become a candidate for a seat in the Legis lative Assembly, &c, so surely may people eome to the conclusion that he intends to do what is directly opposite. It is, therefore, impossible for him to deceive, ...

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

OOBURG.-Impounded at Coburg brown light harness horse, small star, 8 white feet, large scar off rump, 8 near shoulder AK bay light harness horse, near hind and off fore foot white, star with large blotch under near shoulder red heifer, very "wild, no visible brand If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 6th April W W ? ?lBZAGLO, Poundkeeper RRL-'3 " DOW -ImflpCe at" Bii ;rI eaedotwa yellow bay mare, R off shoulder, blacok points, star bay mare. JL near shoulder, hobbles on If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 5th April, 1871 W H HILL, Poundkeeper. ELPHINSTONE.-Impoundd at Elphinstone piebald horse, saddle marked, HO conjoined near shoulder, 5 off shoulder bay horse', star, black points, collar marked, off hip sliehtly down, BO offshoulder black or dark brown mare, collar marked, hollow =bark, 1Pa near shoulder 5 2 red heifers, white on bellr, GY off rump roan steer, r.o vi,ihle brand bay mare, hind feat -hi's, lime off fore foot, saddle and collar marked r ear sho...

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PRIESTLY INFLUENCE AND INTERFERENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 March 1871

PRIESTLY INFLUENCE AND INTERFERENCE. -4-~--- TO THE EDITOR .0 THE FREE PBESS, SIn,--Grant me a little space in your publication, at this uugilistic portion of the year, to wield my sbillalah-in the shape of a goose quill-~ have a mental 'rap at some heads thal ve thrust themselves in my way, and des e to be knocked, if only to hear the wonderful reverberation their emptiness gives forth. $ber's banks were nothing to it, Nature abbors a vacuum, and probably, rather than see it in so!me noodles not 'sa hundred miles away, has crammed them with her " clips and cuttings " to repletion, and shaped their blocks so incongruously that you had thought not "nature's self" but "nature's journeyman t had made them." One is tempted into such a strain by the reflections of your contemporary, and some a] epistles to which it gave insertion upon t Priestly influence and interference. b 'l'lese are words, Sir, that can be and that are ranted and canted into the ears of people not very astute, or log...

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SEYMOUR SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 11th March, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 March 1871

SEIMOUR fHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 11th March, 1871. Present :-The President (tir Shelton), Councillors Coombs, Hickey, Macintire, Mo.ieon, Guild, Perron, Ryan, and Rog rs. The minutes of the previous orinary and speoial meetings were read and ocnfl mad, on the motion of Counoailor Perrot,, sesonrld by O,,uncillor Coombs, CORhSPOiDIIOCOE. The correspondence sment nmoe last meeting was read; also the correspondence received which was dispored of as follows; 1-From Shire of Beeohwortb, relative to amend. ments on the Wines, Beer, and Spirits Sale Statute. Received. No action taken. l--rom Road, and Bridges office, relative to apportionment of flood damges. Recoved. 3-From same, .sating that the district was p'.* claimed a at ire. Received. 4-From the Treasury, in reply to letter sent on the 13th ultimo: Received. The Secretary read the correspondence connected therewith, 5-From Central Board of Healih, with retnras:to be filled up. The Secretary was ordtred to fill them up and forward t...

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COLONIAL EXPERIENCE. THE GENERAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 March 1871

COLONIAL EXPERIENCO. o iI (BTr A OLD CHUM.) ti -- ti THE GENERAL ELECTION. g Politics is a science that is never fully o learned.. If ever I get into Parliament I c' will make it a "caution' to the reporters, to copy my maiden speech. That magni ficeirt pile of bluestone with freestone front-. age, (somewhere near Fitzroy Gardens, where If all those dear creatures, nurses and babies, ci take their constitutional walks) will rever- ti berate with the cheers for the new member, when I freely give expression to my senti. ments. For many many years.I have been n kept in the back ground, a bashful, uncom- I fortable looking creature, not receiving the u smiles, the kind words, the warm shake bands so freely accorded to confident, well. to-do, go-a head individuals. I am not thin skinned, and I shall pass that over. But what abqut the multitude of assembled ti talent that shall sit in tl'at splendid chamber, " the Legislative Assembly, brillihantly lighted b with g:,s, the light shining t...

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KILMORE ELECTION. MR. BOURKE AT THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 March 1871

KILMORE LECZTION. ----+------ MR. BOURKE AT' IHE MECHANICC' INSTITUTE. On Friday evening aIst .Mr Bourke me` the e'e'toa at the lteobanios' Institute, Kilrnore; There were about 300 peiple p esdnt, but no mbers o" them were not electors. A1r B·,eenoe was voted to tits chair, but he did not seem inclined to rake it noil two or thbee in the crowd called out "Coa an a n,'' when be consented to preside. The candidate -accompanied by the Hen. John OShanassy and Messrs Jothn Todd, E tward Rafferty, ifa thew K I y, and Patrick Hickey-then came upon the stage, and, after a feeble attempt at a' cheer from the meadioe Mr, Botrnu came forward and said: Gentlemen, -- am bl.fore you once more, in order to give an aecou of my stewardship while represipti,.g you in the Victorian Parliament for the lamt three years; You know I am no orat or but I can vote as my conscience die ates. It 'as b,·n reported here that I supported M'Oullouh*, I certainly did supprot many measures inthroduced by lieter M'O...

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

V. R. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF KILMORE. HI HEREBY GIVE NOTICE. that at th POLLING held before me on thi 10th day of March, 1871, at Kilmore, the following votes were polled, viz: LAURENCE BOURKE......186 JOHN FYNN ................15, Majority for Bourke...32 I THEREFORE GIVE NOTICE that LAURENCE BOURKE, Esquire, has been duly elected MEMBER FOR KILMORE in the Legislative Assembly. ARTHUR P. AKEIURST, Returning Officer. Notice of Applioa'ion for a Publicans' Licence. I EDWARD PLUIMMER, of Avenel, storeke per S do hereby give notice that I desire to obtain, ant will, at the next Licensing Met.ing, a ply for a Pubiieans' License for a house situat-d at Avenel, containing six rooms exclusive of those required for the ues of my family. The eighteenth day of Maroh, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-one :F. PiU\gMER. NOTIOE is heraby given to th3 Pyalong Red Board to survey a three ohlmn road, and leave a water reserve for the public, at 'the Sugar Leaf O.eek, ordered. by tte lani oommis...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. DALMAHOY, CAMPBELL AND CO. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 March 1871

MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. DAL3MAIIOY, CAMTBELLJ AND CO. REPORT, For the week ending March 15, 1871: FAT CATTr.--1,400 entered; 900 sold to-day at a further increase in value over the advance obtained on last week's closing sales. The quality ranged from medium to good, inoludine a draft of Mr Flood's prime and heavy weight bullocks, from the north, which averaged over £9. We quote top quotations for best beef, at from 229 6d to 25e per 100 lbhs. We have sold-180 head, light to medium weights and quality, for Mr J. S'rickland, of Bunda burre, at an average of £7 83 for bullocks, and £6 49 for cows. FAT CALvrs -A full supply to hand. Bast vealers sold elT!; medium to inferior, dull of sale, at late rates. FAT Sixnrr.-19,550 shown in the markef, a great portion of which w-re pord quality ewes, the rest being medium to infericr wethere; the latter de?.eiption met a dull sacl at last week's currencies, whilst best qualities were sold readily at fully last week's ra te. We quote prime heav...

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WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 March 1871

WALES. A WELSIH C1IrrsTrAs DAY.-Christmas Day was commenced at Llanover, according to the immemorial custom, by the " plygain " (service before dawn) at 6 a.m. The ancient church was simply decorated with holly and evergreens, and well lighted. The service was performed in Welsh by the Rev Evan Bevan, who also preached an excellent Welsh sermon to a numerous and attentive congregation. Service was again performed at eleven o'clock in English. On the following day (Monday). the annual Christmas dinner took place at Llanover at two o'clock, to which the greater part of the tenants and workmen had been invited, dinner haviig been sent out to the remainder on Christmas Eve. The feast consisted of' roast geese, beef, mutton, giblet pies, fruit pies, mince pies, plum puddings, apples, pears. oranges, nuts, and gingerbread. 150 sat down.. The Welsh grace was sung before and after dinner.' The health of Lady Llanover (Gwenynen Gwent) was then proposed in Welsh by Mr E. Jones Griffiths, the ...

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