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DONNYBROOK & WALLAN WALLAN ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, March 28, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 March 1871

DONNYBRiOOK & WABLLAN WAL LAN ROAD BOARD: Tuesday, March 28, 1871h Present-Full Board After the minutes of previous meeting were confirmed, the following, amongst other, correspondence was dealt with: 1-A letter from Lands and Survey office, stating the Board had no powver to appoint managers for a common, the members of the body being the manarers, but that honorary overseers could be'ppoanted. Received 2-From Roads and Bridges office, stating approval of main road siheme of expend. ture. Received. 3-From Central Board of Health with reference to no report being received from the Local Board of Health; The Chairman brought up and read a report of the proceediugs of the conference meeting of thie delegates from local bodies interested in the Sydney Common Toll Road and explained the provisions of the resolu tions arrived at. lie moved, in order to faciltate business, that the report be received and adopted. Mr Wilson seconded the motion. Mr O'Connor asked whether an agreemen...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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MESSRS NOYES AND REED Report:— [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 March 1871

M?onSs .OYEB AND REED Report: For the week ending March 22: We report sales of mill, farm, and dairy produce this week as under: Flour.-Cannot as yet be quoted over £14 per ton for beet brands .ran.--lld to ls Id per bushel. Pollard (fine) is 31 to las 5 per bushel ; c~arse, is ld to is 21 per bushel. Wheat.--Beet samples Adelaide, 6s to 61 3d; do, i;,ferior and pinched 5s 6i to 5s 9d per bushel. Oats.-B?P t milling tamples. 33 8d to 43 Od. Good ,'o 3. 3. Od to 3, 84 per bushel. :r,.--:Eagiis nmltine, 34 10d to 41 ld. For :ig pur:,,:ce, 3s 4d to 33 7d per bushel. (Cape) ;'d to 3s ;d per hushel. Rye, 3s 3d to 3s 61 per .i:._, ! peas (fi.ld 3s 9d to 4, per bushel Pratoes.-£2 Oa to £2 5, per ton. Butte:.-Fresh, 61 to 8-3 per lb; do, potted, 41 !i 71 per lb. Uheee.-Best Victorian, 6d to 74d ; second quality A to 51i per lb. Eggs.-Farm, 10d to ls; do, imported, Gd to 83 P'.r dozen.

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Thursday, March 23. (Before John Nicholson, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 March 1871

KILMORE .POLICE COURT. Thursday, March 23. (Before John Nicholson, J.P.) Police per Catherine Burns v Patrick Burns, in   formation to bind to pr---e Ordered to find one surety in £10, and self in £20 to keep the peace six months. Committed to pri on in default Friday. March 24. (Before A P Akehurst, Esq, P.M) John Moore, charged by Constable McQuade with using indecent words in public place. Remanded to Tuesday Nicholson and others v Joseph Goodman, for wilful trespass. Struck out J W Osborn v Thomas Flint, for £7 money lent. Order for amount, and 23s 61/2d costs William Hartnell v Henry Wilson, for L2 14s 6d Struck out Edward O'Connor v Daniel Ardagh, for L6 15s6d Order for amount, and 12s costs Richard Morgan v John S Merton, for L10. Struck out John Bennet, charged by Constable Hickey with drunkenness, was fined 10s Tuesday, March 28. (Before A P Akehurst, Esq, P.M.) John Moore, for obscene language, fined 20s Thomas O'Connor v Thomas Marsden, for L2 8s 7d. Struck o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 March 1871

BENALLA.-Impounded at Benalla grey horse, near hip down, scars on both sides, like blotch and 2 off shoulder It not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 19th April, 1871 3 WATTS, Poundkeeper KALKALLO -Impounded at Kalkallo dark bay or brown saddle or light harness horse, A near shoulder, off hind fetlock white If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 19th April. W B GADD, Poundkeeper KILMORE.-Impounded at Kilmore dark bay filly, C or G near shoulder dark bay filly, ti near shoulder J bay horse, DS off saddle, like J5 (tail of I to right) near saddle bay horse, star, WJ off shoulder bay more, star, hobbles on, near hind foot white, ,, J2 illegible brand over near shoulder nutmeg grey mare, star, off hind coronet white, JK near shoulder (the JH's conjoined) JF JH filly dit'o5 blaze face, off hind coronet white, no visible brand bay horse, off hind foot white, saddle marked, lump on knee, JW conjoined near shoulder If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 19th April. ...

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SHAKING HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 April 1871

SHAKING HANDS. The inconvenience of the practice of shak ing hands is not confined to the season of hot weather only. There is probably no mode of salutation commonly practised by any civilised nation which is so encompassed with difficulties and embarrasments. The diffi culty of making a correct bow is no doubt considerable. There is the difficulty of knowing how to bow; how to draw the artistic line between the uucremonius nod, and the obsequious obeisance; and-for people who aim at doing things in good form -the difficulty of apportioning their due angles of reverence to the different sexes, and to the different social positions, ages, and,; degrees of intimacy of persons in each sex. And there is also the difliculty of knowing when to how, so well described by Steele in the Spectator. But all the difficulties that cluster round the bow are as nothing com pared to those that encompass the shaking of hands. The difficulties of knowing how to bow are after all only the difficulties...

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FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT ON THE HUDSON RIVER RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 April 1871

I"'IVf ITFUL ACCIDENT ON T'IE !UDSON ,RIVER RAILWAY. [rom N. . . Herald, Feb. S.] Si :ninutes after 10 o'cloalc on ?onday :', bruai'y 6, a special freight train, or .i c?t,. as such are called in railroad .laden with petroleum oil, in tanks Sbarrels, passed the station of New 'u... It consisted of about 30 cars. t : wo or three rods below the station one e cars was thrown from- or "jumped" :- track. This was not known till the Sts wheels left on the ground, and ties ,discovered an hour later by the light of ' rn it one of the hurrying passers-by. : ter .yard it hurried along, jumping ile to side, and making its devious 'i'l, when nearly a quarter of a mile th" 'he station, and on the drawbridge SWappinger's Creek, the engineer, .s feeling a check in the speed of the ldrew out the throttle. The renewed threw the car, which was already off .is, clean over on, and across the :: O:;ite or up track, and a pell-mell packing ine cars ensued. At this unfortunate e:nt, s sight always grand, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 April 1871

-'I Brkeley, September, 165-0-Gentlemen, I feel it a duty I owe to you to exprese mn gratitu'de for the great benefit I lave derived by taking '"Torton's -~'omila Pills' I have applied to your agent, Mr Be'i, Berkeley, for the abovenameýl Pills, for t ind in thestomach, from which I suffered ezcrutciating usin for a length of time, hwvin; tried nearly every remedy prescribed, but without deriving any benfit at all Afrlr taking two bottles of your valu Iabl' pills I was quit; restored to my usual state of heath leeae give this publicity for the benefit of those who maR thus be biIlicted-I am, Sir, yours truly, HENEY ALLPASs-To the proprietors of NOlITON'B CAMOMILE PILLS SCAB lNOTILE. THE aieep kept upon the run known as " Weens" in the praish of Wallau Wallan, are infected with a cab. H11 EUUIR1E. Dated the 27rh March 1871. ELECTORAL REGISTRATION; NOTICE; SIUPPLEMENTARY LISTS: PRINTED Copies of the Reedy Creek A division, Electoral cisrrict of balhousie, and the like divisais of the ...

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NAPOLEON'S MANIFESTO. Wilhelmehce, Feb. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 April 1871

NAPOLEON'S MANIFESTO, Wilhelmrhoe, Feb. 8. "Betrayed by fortune; I have maintained gince my captivity a profound silence, which is misfortune's fittest mourning. As long as the armies confronted each other I ab stained from any steps or words capable of creating party dissensions, but I can no longer remain silent before my country's disasters without appearing insensible to its sufferings: When made a prisoner I could not aslk for peace, because the resolution would appear dictated by personal conside. rations. I therefore left the Regent to decide whether it was for the benefit of the nation to continue the struggle. Notwith standing her unparalleled reverses, France was unsubdued, her strongholds were unre duced, only a few departments vwere invaded, and Paris was in a state of defence. The extent of misfortu;.o might possibly have been limited, but while attention was directed to the enemy an insurrection arose in Paris, the seats of the Representatives were violated, the safety...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 April 1871

SBTLISxHD TUnHUDAY MloNIsc. T'iiURSD:xY, APRIL 6, 1871. S, :i,pnement to the Governmient Gazette ed yEsterday contains the offical pro S:?.i:,n that the time for the commence i:: ,d holding of the next session of the ?n'. ent of Victoria is fixed for Tuesday, S h inst, at noon, and members of the l.tive Council and Legislative Assembly i: rquired to give their attendance at i: ;i time," at the Parliament Houses.

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BYLANDS AND GLENBURNIE ROAD BOARD. Monday, 3rd April. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 April 1871

BYLANDS AND GLENBURNIE ROAD BO'ARD. Monday, 3rd April. Present:-The Chairman (M3' O'Dwyer); Messrs Arkell, McKay, Maloney, and Sornaghan.. ilhe minutes of the previous meneting were read and confirmed, on the motion of 1Mr Arkell, seconded by the Chairman. It was moved by the Chairman, seconded { by Mr Arl a'1. and carried that Davern's tender-£1:?--or the spreading of metal on Arkell's lane he accepted On the motion of the Chairman, seconded by Mr Arkell, the engineer w:,s instru ted to inspect the road ccmplained of by Mr Morphett and' others, in the east portion of Bylands, and report thereon by next meet ing .M-r Arkell moved that this Board cannot consent to receive the decision of the contfe,' rence meeting held at Beveridge on the 15th ult., as there was not sufficient delegates from the other bodies interested to form a quorum, but at the same time this Board would consent to join the other bodies if it were agreed by all such bodies interested to bind themselves not to make...

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REPORTED DEATH OF DR LIVINGSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 April 1871

REFORTID l,?.EIr p9 1l LIVING TON:--The dlrtil of th aov. ?... .nid w rid re;,o, ned African traveller is o:,ce :re t'r, or e? ; this time from Potchefatroom, and appar-ntly on good tuthority. Mr E Pavey, who arrivet at Natal from the above town, informs us (Natal Friend) that a reeul:ir part h?as recently been established ty the Portuguese governor, now at Potcbefetroom, to Quiilin,.ne (luczambiqu.), and that by this peat letters have been reeo tvae stating for a fact that Livingst no is no more; that news of his death has retched Zoazibar. Sir Roderick Murchison will probably refuse to . ive credence .o the report ; but, for our own part, we beliive i" is too true. The doctor has now been to: lung missing among the fever s amps and eavar tribes of Central Africa to leave mae i hopo of his reapperanoce among living men." By the last mail from the Cane the statement that Dr Livingstone had arrive. at Mczam bique has not b-en ofirmel. The dotoer's fdte is unknown at the Clap'. Fir Ro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 April 1871

WINTER DRAPERY.. -o MILL.°ELRY, CLOTHING, BOOTS, AND SHOES, &c, 22 CASES, 10 B,ALES, 10 TRUNKS BOOTS AND SHOES. --o- The above have been received, end are now rseady for inspection, --0- ' \',L ?T TT'ENTIf N is direPed t the novelties in DreS;, " Ladies Hate and Bonnets, Plowers and Fathtri, "?ehoeten and C'oth J., fte, &c. --0-" !o , in WiLcey's, Skirting's, Blankets, Flannels, and Calicoes, cannot be equalled. -0 T. J. GEOGHIRGAN, Commercial House, Sydney street, Kilmore. 8,?UIR DAY, 16THr APRTIL. ,s' le Agrieultural Farm of 99, 2r 14p . L. Sawell i received instructions from IMr ýicj?i.l o :l;isch to sell by auction on Saturday the ;::: il, at the Royal Oak H 1'el, at I o'clock :ihat valuable ferm knv.n au the r:o,:erty of SMichrel English, aituat d o? the ol.i Kilmore ?s?;voy, a large frontage t. the LancSeeld Road, *...i boutnded on the north by the Highgate 'oad fenced, and has not been cropped for tha ;:at eight year, all cleared, together with Dwell nlne Houe...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 April 1871

: F;CIAL INTELLICB TNCE. !CILMORE. e :ly qu';te5 Ii 2d do or 55 10d per cental ".ri jj 41 do !uI p cental e .',a 3:i. c " .er busEhl, or 9a 2d to 10i per cenul

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THE RETORT UNCOURTEOUS. AS RELATED BY THE VICTIM OF A RETLY AT AN ELECTION MEETING OF LARRY BOURKE, M.P. FOR KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 April 1871

TIIE RETORT UNCOURTEOUS. AS BELATED BY THE VIOTIM OF A REPLY AT AN ELECTION MCRTINa G OF LABRY BOUBKE, M,P. PoE KILMonE. Troth, I axed LARY Bovu~E but a question, Before that he wint to the poll; 'Twas at ould PADDY D00LAN's suggestion, It was'nt me own be my sowl; Ahb ! sure L's myself that won't ax anymo-e. Sez I-"Xfisther Boun?-E-av its plazing Yourself for to atnwer that same Could yees be af:er telling the raison Of a Gorernment post I could name, At oncest, Bein Eiren away to a dunce ?" Then sez he--" Would yees plaze be repeating, Quite koiinly, ,hem words as ye said ?" So I did; whin I felt some one bating Wid shticks the brains out of me head And the since He not givinga ha'porth offince Thin his faction with kippeene kept abmiiing My four bones, quite kilt on the flure As I laid ; and wid kicks exprd ting My retreat, till I got through the door Like a danoer; Is it me that would wait for an answer ? LAB?Y Bou?cItE thin, the put lie discoorsin, Sez ho, wad a wink and a grin...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, March 31. (Before G Hudson, and J Nicholson. J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 April 1871

UILLM1ORE POLICE COURT. Friday, March 31. i(,,f're G" hudson, and J Nicholson, J.P.'E.) J ;nme G- Gornley, on a charge of larceny, ,as diicharged. I:.;:ry Whiteman v Thomas Richard and T'r-:~ rick Stcey, for £4. Order for amount anr: i 194 Gd costs. ' :iumir? Kerr v Mark Madden, for £15 f?:. Order for £7 12s, and 2,3 6d costs. Saturday, April I. (Before A P Akehurst, Esq, P.M., and J' Nicholson, J.P.) James G Gornley, on a charge of larceny was committed for trial. Monday. April 3. (Before John Nicholson, J.P.) William Murphy, charged with larceny, was remanded for medical examination. Tuesday, April 4. (Before Spurling, and Nicholson, J.P.'s) George Blyton v John Anderson and W Leonard, for £8 10s Sd. Verdict for amount with £1 10s costs. Mr Meade for plaintiff Defendants disputed the amount of work done, and also put in a set off for rations supplied, amounting to £3 15s 5d; this latter then was repudiated in court, but has since been settled at Mr Meade's office, plaintiff acknow...

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SPRINGFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 April 1871

SPRINGFJELD SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, April 3. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Springfield Shire Council was held at the office on Monday, Present :--Councillors Ford, Flaanagan, McLeod, and O'Dwyer. In the absence of the President Cr. Ford was voted to the chair, on the motion of Cr; McLeod, seconded by Cr. O'Dwyer. 'The minutes-of the previous meeting were read, and, before being confirmed, the President entered the room and took his seat, after which the minutes-were confirmed, on the motion of:0r. McIeod, seconded by Gr'. Flannagan. Correspondence outwards and inwards since last meeting was read; amongst the latter was the following : 1-From G. 0. Twentyman, atatingprice of seal for shire. Received. 2--From Evans Brothers, conveying specimen. of dies, &c. Received. 3-From Macgregor, Ramsay and Braie;. asking information as to date upon which the Road Board of Springfield had been proclaimed a shire. This letter the secretary had replied to. 4L- rom Registrar-General; as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 April 1871

"JK z 'Q/ ESSRS GORDON & GOTCH, oi Oollino atres . , " west, Melbourne have been appointed agent r this Journal. &Tr GOOCH, Ballarat, has beef 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 Irom him THE Fna? PnFss may be rend gratuitdusly in Lon don, at the News Rooms of Messrs GbBDON and Goocm, 121 Hoclborn Hill, where advertisements and eubecripona for the stiol are receive'd. RTILTORIA FIRE and AR EI INSURANCE the Iead Office, Market street, Melbourne. CAPITAL-£1,000,000. Chairman of the Board of Directors-HON HEN Y MILLER, M.L.O. Fire Insurances rffectfd at the lowest onurrent rates of premium: Every information as to rates, &o., can be obtained at the office of the agent. f • JOSEPH COLLIE, Secretary. Agent for Xilmore-J. W. OSBORN, Auctioneer Sydney street. / fSeymour-- LEMENT PERRON. S "TICTORIAN LIFE AD GENERAL INSUR / d ANGE...

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THE BOURNE PRODUCE MARKET M'CAW, ADAMSON AND CO REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 April 1871

BUUINEPRODUOE HARKET ,M'l?AW, ADArSO? AND Co RErozUT, : the Wfek ending 5!Mreh 0C, 1871: ::re ha? been a further advance in the bread N,. ii, urrket duril? the past week. At our sale to r : Gau!,;ic whe;t reditedtl up to 6 P he,, .nloe o 7;ctorian brounelt 6s Sd. '(ourt ,>.- r !;.red £14 15-, and was offer.;1 £15 i i..,i air t .:t nar d. '. :-Ati'.:r iny chlage worth recordini, 4, Stciable for clean sbmnoles of Tar,,aria,, and 3+ d i.,r onrriiurr feea parcels; milll;i lote .:. 3e .i 0to 3a 101. ;, I:,: i .: in Iv alue since our ],it. ('iauld ::, :-,. 4. 3j}; for a very good let of Queens ' .i:; ,rE good quality and colour is in .i , ,or quoiatiu::a, ' . :,;d ,;:,'iard are slow of sale. .· v:,i'... o ,'.age to report in regard to Dairy " ,we girC detait , r:eult of actual eales: £ s D £ a D ... d,, 16 0 0 to 14 10 Sling sampleo 6 2 t7 6 , c .' 0 5 4 to 0 4 2 to 0 4 51 .r. li-h 0 4 0 to 0 4 2 ' irlr 0 3 3 to 0 3 4 ecr. r mniiiing 0 3 0 to 0 4 0 ed 0 3 7 to 0 3 8 y 0 31) to 4 0 0 sl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 April 1871

COBURG.-Impounded at Coburg red and white heifer, ab:,u: two years old, white face and tail, no vis;ble bread red heifer, about same age, no visible brand white cow small hoop nores, FOX off ribs black horse, star and snip, off ore and near hind leg whits, white baud across shoulders, lame, W off 2 shoulder It not claimed and expenses paid, to be told on 26.h April, 1871. F W BUZAGLO, Pcundkeeper HEATHCOTE.--Impounded at Heatheote 40 sheep, ewe-, various ear marks, (lf on heck If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 2G.h April. JOHN HAMILTON, Pounikaeper KILM OKE.-Impounded at Kilmore chesnut horse, blaza face, + and ill, gible brand under near shoulder brown horse, ES near shoulder (hook 8) bay ho:se, star and rnip, saddle marked, hin'l feet white, shod, no visible brands If not claimed and expeosers paid, to be sold on 26 t April. C G ANDEALSON, Poundkeeper LAN('EFIEiLD.-lmpounoed at aanicefield che nut horse, whlite stripe down the face, both hind fetlacks whire, off hip ...

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GOULBURN VALLEY ROAD BOARD. ADJOURNED MEETING. March 20th 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 April 1871

GOULBURN VALLEY ROAD BOARDi. ADJOURNED MEETING: Mareh 20th 1871. Present:-Mr Delaney (Cbairman) andi Messrs O'Dwyer, and Hobart. The minutes of previous meeting were' read and confirmed, after which, corres. pondence inwards was dealt with as fol. lows :- 1-From Roads- and Biidges office,. requesting that scheme of expenditure of toll: funds' may be forwarded: The Surveyor stated that a scheme of ex- pendifura had been sent. 2-From same, stating that the Boar.i should lose no time in having the main road repaired. 3--From same, saying the Benalla Shire Council suggests the appointment of separate tell managers for the Avenel and Longwood-, toll gates, and requesting the name of the, person whom this Board would desire to he appointed for the Avenel gate this year, assuming the suggestion to be practical and. legal Ordered to reply, .stating that the Board had no objection to the appointment of more than one manager in one year. and that Thomas Murray be named as the person- ! whom t...

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