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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 March 1870

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, March 1. In 9la, Legislative Council on Tuesa In reptly.ta 9uestion from Mr Higbett, Mr Jnner qmgte agreed with the idea ef a portion of the Goyernment bills--excluding money bills, &c-being introduced in the Counoil, to save time and-alloawthe two Chambers to work simultaneously, and would gladly carry it into execution if possia ble. There was no business before the House, which accordingly adjourned till 4 p.m, on Tuesday next. -

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(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) Warrnambool, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 March 1870

(BY ELROTRIO TELEGRAPH.) (nson TU ra RGUe s oOnaR POIrnTr.) Warrnambool, Teday. Frash tratok of men and a dog were seen on Batur day at Johanna Bay, between Cape Otway and the plce where the Marie lbrielle wae wreoked. The party of sixzwho saw them were ,hort of provisionug and could not fellow up the traok, but they believe them to have been made by a number of South sea Islanders who came ashore with Captain Blanohard and who were supposed to hbve perished in the scrub. It is poseible, however, that they may yet by alive, and that they may be subelting on flah and roots.

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KILMORE POLICE COURT Friday, 25th February. Before Mr Akehurst, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 March 1870

KILMORB POLICE COURT .: Friday, 25th February: Before Mr Akehurat, P.M. Thomas Barley was brought up on remaD charged with robbery and wounding. Mr Superintcndezt Green appeared the proseeution. Meessre Meado and Tlwig for the fence. Lucy Holliday, having been sewo said :-I am the wife of William Hollid0 a pensioner, and reside at Kynitoin; i-in year 186, I kept a school at Biynton; the early: part of that -.year I saw the p]" nor at the store of one Edward Brined wore at that time a dark hat andsa closk a peculiar make and cut, and which b stand.up collar-a part of the "front roll back like a collar ; I ;took very partic.l -ntice as his manserand bearing excited+ suspicion, in consequenes of his 1oo around the store in a somewhat .enqu way ; when he first came in he purchas e loaf of bread and some cheese, which I'? plied him with, and he tendered a ire y ling pieee inpayment; the articles eam as 6d, andI only had Is in change, wbi, gave to the prisonel and he took a gl rm for the ...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY Tuesday, 1st March. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 March 1870

t LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY Tuesday, let March. In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesi r dey, ,~r Tne Speaker took the chair at half past 4 o'clock. In rely to questions by hon members, it: 6 was elicited that the Government were not o at present prepared to bring in a bill to i. amend the Abattoirs Bill, in order to relieve II the meat preserving companies from the heavy fees- now paid by them; that the contracts to4the North Eastern Railway r would be on the basis of eight hours' workas tdaMr Berry announced that he hoped to make the financial statement on hursday. The illness of the under treasurer had caused some little delay. On the order of the day for the debate on Mr Everard's motion expressing the willing. ness of the House to pay the expenses of a Royal commission to inquire into the works ing of the Lands department being called on the question was put without further-dise d cussion and the original motion was uegat 'tived by a majority of 26 to 23. On the amendment being put, M...

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

26. According to the VTmes, the following prices rule for colonial produce at Heathcote . Flour L12 to L12 10o per ton Wheat 4a 6d to 4e 9d per beuhel Oats S?6d to 4s do Cape 1arley 2s ad to Ss 94 do M!aize T7 do Bran lsOd 0 o Pollard Is S3 do Potatoes £5 per too Hay £3 to £4 do Obhaf Lt to £8 do B?tter (good fresh) I 2d per lb Eggs I per dozen BENA.LLA. Tbhrsday, 7th The rtsign reports the following as the prices rail Ing : Flour, £15 to £15 10s per ton Wheat, s Cd per bushel Pollard, 1s 6d de Brag, ls 6d do Oats 4s 6d to . 6ds DONNYBROOK. " fMoreman, Donnybrook flour mills quotes s 4o~l!ws: Flour, £12 1Cs per ton ,Bran; is 4' per bushel 'o lard 1s 6d per bushel

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TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 March 1870

STO CORRESPONDENTS : To, ensue- the inserns oj communicationi it i a obAolu fly necessary hat they should be couched in m nioderatelaigquVge, and wIritten in the faori of to tori. dl ,ommunications intended for insertion smtirt 3 auiheatatd btarte t eusme and address of the writ 4id ecesuarily for piblic ton but tus a "uaranlt fgood faith A CRY OF TERROR. [To the Editor of the Free Press.] Dear Mr Editor what are we to do, ndw that horrid buahrauger Power has made hi8 appearance in this district? Just fancy the wickedness of the man to take away poor Constable Tighe'- piatol and threaten to blow hi' brains out if he made any resistance. Such corduot is enough to drive any quiet respectable man out of' the police force. And oh! Mr Editor to think of that dear good·loodkig superintendent starting off to capture the ruffian, and driving away so boldly and openly in his police cart, is he not a hero? M brother Bob says Power is sure to give himself up if he hears of his being after him,...

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DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, February 23, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 March 1870

DA LMAHUOY OAMPBELIL AND, O'S DEPORT. $Lelboirne Febrary 23; 1870. TAi B.-) IC9 7 head same to hand for the to week's supply the suaority of the lots were trom or the grazing districts of Gippe Land, Western Port, n and the paddocks near towns and the quality as a Nbhole was good, beat beef brougtt fully equal to lahI week's currencies, - say 2&2 dd per 100; one prime drs~ at ?Mdr Wm MoMillan' from Oalder maed,, topping the market at as average of £9 O0 - Cd for bullocks. We quote best bullocks at from £® to 101 seoond, £t to £8; inferior £4 upwards. Best cows from * 1?e 64 to £617164 i second, from r £ to ?. inferior, £2 10l upwards. We sold 180 bullocks for Messrs Massie, Darley and Greene, from 'f Merungle station, at from £6 to £9 7s 6d, averaging 14 18,. d; and 214 head for Mr W Buchanan, from the Oastlereanh ,bpllocks averaging t?l 14.10d FAT CALYS.--60 hrad., ere disposed of, with only s a few good vealers among them: best sold at about late rates, say 50. to 60s. We ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 March 1870

A shocking accident has occurred at the Waterloo Pit, belonging t; the Plaskynatton Co:liery Company. It appear? that eight men were being drt ,o utp in a carrier in No 1 upceast shaft, when the carrier carne in coant tact w;ith some projection, which cauced it to turn on one aide This movement had $he effect of throwing out three of the eight persons it co. tained A fireman, named Henry Bradley, was pitched headlong down to the bottom of the shaft, a distance of 140. feet, and killed 'on the spot. The under ground manager. of the colliery, Mr Sampson Garside, was thrown 'out,' but luckily 'suet rceedce in laying hold of the steam pipe or. the aonducting rod, by the aid of which he ajid to, the b'ottoth, and escaped "with the laceration of his hands and legs The third man who was thrown out, Thomas Jones, a blacksmith; succeeded also in laying hold of the pipe, and-clung to it until the carr;er was stopped, which was done almost im mediately, and his comrades pulled him back. On Thu...

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KILMORE HOSPITAL. WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 March 1870

KILMORE HOSPITAL. WEEKLY BEPORT. Namber of patients Admitted .....: ... ... .., Disohargsd .., ..? ,.. ... 4 Remaining ......... .. 15 Oorrespooaing No. last year .,,. j

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THE NEW FARM MURDER. CONFESSION OF THE MURDERER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 March 1870

THE NEW FAREM MURDER. CONFESSION OF THE MURDERER. (rnoM THE DrITBANE COURIER.) A great amount of excite.mencut as created in town on the morning of the 14th February by it getting currently known that the man Prendergast, who, with his wife has been so long in custody on the oharge of being "im1 plicated in this murder had intimated his wish to make a full, confession to r Mr John Petrie, J.P;, and that Mr, Petrie, vas taking his confession'at che police court. The subi joined, however, is Prendergast's own stater, meat, i418'h own vords of what took place on the night of the murder " ' When I first saw' Hartnett, he was be, >tween rMr M'Mann's house and mine. I went on towards him, and he was coming towards my house. I looked out at the upper side of the house towards- Brunswick-? street, to see if he would pass my house. I did not see him go padt; I was then running. towards the corner of my house; my foot struck againsti my tomahawk; I picked it up, and, vent round the corner ...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1870 [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 March 1870

FI4enas Tnatian4r MRoainap. T1U B8DAY, MARCH &, 1870 Pses?ure on oar upao oompels as hold over our usualr ader and other matter, We beg to aeknowledge receipt of The Australian Journal for Marchb, in which is commenced a new tale" Iis Nlatural Life," by Marcus Olarke. Want of space praysni ours reviewing the contents this week, but we will'do soon a future occaaion, A Baphelon' Dall which was well and respectably attended, was held in the 9ilmore Mechanio' Iasthi tute on Monday night, and was one of the moat eredittble qtfeirs of the aojt ever held in the dstriot, and spoke well for the spirit and teste of the promptras. I- HI

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

IMPORTANT TO FARMERS. John Fynn and Co. aEn to inthmate to the FARKERS of KII4?ORU and UIQBOUDND ING DISBICTS that the have taken O D E A ' S- M I L L 8, .(ately Oecnpiel by MESS8S DIGRAVBES & 00), and are Xpr prepared to BUY WHEAT in any QUANTITIES. A FIBSTICLASS M4II4ER 1ha~ been engaged, and J. F. & Co. hope that by Special At. tention to Q1{ISTINC, which will be 4o4p qt the Usgal Charges, to merit a Share of Custom, - UNION FLOUR MILLS, THE Farmers of the surrounding district and business men' of "Kilmore' are respectfully informed that all FLOUR, kc., as produce of Qrist sent to the above Mill will be guaranteed a~peror--also, ali Flour, &c., sold. JOSEPH EAGER, Iipte Miller for Degraves and Co. 'P.S.---Whea , Bought at Full Market Yalue, and all Qristing lots 4dqi sepul tely I and productively. -- - -- . - -·- ·--- · ... - ... . . _ 2. · . . . . . .. ...- , , . .. Seymour Steam Flour Mills. BEG to inform the Farmers of the Surrounding Neighborhood that ...

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

ESSRS GORDON & GOTCH, or Collins stree S14 e west, Melbopre? Ihbayp been appointed agent Sthis Journal. t Mr 0000H, Ballarat, has been appointed agent this journal. LONDON AGENOY. THE FRax ParEg may be read gratuitously in Lon on, at the News Rooms of Meesrsi ,OBspo and Go0TCi, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and pubacrip one for the srmo are reooeived. T?H KILMOR REE, PR ESS, PUBLISHED . ,aiý"<;,r EVERY THURSDAY MORlNING AT SYDNEY STREEI: , KILMORIE. HI E terms or adverthing in the Eilmore Free i fress are a, under - r TWO SHILLINGS AND BIXPENOE PER INCH. - A reduction of ten, per .cent ,ill be made for dvertisements ordered for one month; twenty per ent for two months; and thirty-three per cent for breo months :-beyond which time a special arrange-. meet will be made. The term; of subscription to the Kilmore Free Press will be 6s 6d per quarter in towpn, and 7a 6d if posted the country, The Quarters for subsription to the Free Press will commence on the 2...

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KYNETON. Tuesday, Jan 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 March 1870

fTNETON. Tuesday, Jan 19. The 6uardlan reports as follows Plour £13 to £12 10s Whet 4, 3d to 4,83 per bibel Oats, 83 6d to 8n 8d Bran, If Sd to is5a Pollard, 13 44 Bye grass oed, 6u to 7s do Potatooe, £6 Se to £5 :10 per toa

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 March 1870

COMMER01AL INTELTIGENCO KILMOBR. Qeorge Hudson quotes: Oate, Colonial, Ss 6d to 'j 8d per.ru',el Bran, lsa d per bushel Pollard, Is 6d per bushel Hay, new LB.. r ton Chaff, 4s per owt I'otator, 4. 6d to b5 per owt AiNO~BIELAD, The Ohronele reports as foilows: Wheat 6es d to 6. ed per bushel Flour L15 per ton Pollard Is 9d to Zi per bashel rman Is Cd do

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Tuesday, March 1. (Before A. Sugden and G. Hudson, Esqs;, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 March 1870

Tuesday, March 1; (Before A. Sugden and G. Hudson, Esqs:, M'Donald v. 3PLellan. No appears 12 Band M Maloney v A Law~r!t for £5. Mr Meade for plaintiffi Verdict for amount and costs. : :, Krigmn v Dea. Settled, Michael Cleary v Edward and Michael Maloney for recovery of £12 LOs, wages; Mr Twigg for complainant.' Mr Meade ;for defendants. Verdict for amount and £1 7s costs, . Thomas Cleary v Edward and Michael i Iualoney, for £9 5s Mr Twigg for plaintiff. Mr Meade for -"iidefendants. ," Mr Twigg applied that the summons a:hould be amended, by adding the name of SThomas Cleary, senior, thereto as one of the iomplamants. : Mr Meade objected to the course, and ast arted that the Bench had just the. same =right to add a defendant. t The same was withdrawn, and £1 is icostB. Thomas Burley was placed in the dock on Ssmand, charged with robbery. James Andrews, on oath, deposed Inamaa b airmer living at Glenhope; I was living at {:dlenhope in 1864; I remember the begin rning of that year; at...

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

ADVERTISEME1TS. v REDUCTION IN RATES FOR TRANS MISSION OF TELEGRAPH MES AGER WITHIN VICTORIL. IT is herby notified that on and after the 1st L January, 1870, te. fo.lw,.hin r.,,cdee rates will be charged for the tranenmision of ttelgraph mesagei from o;, telegraph ati?tu.to ianatip r within th? colony tf Vlotoria, On :very message, if not exceeding Ten w rds exclusive of the date, rddress, andt signature, One shilling " And for every additional word One penny, This does not apply to h orges on Intercolonial Meassgee. .OBN A.MAoPRERSON, Chief Secretary,. SPRINGFIELD ROADI DIS,T!IQT. N01 IC]$. IN oonarquenqe of a denntation from the Lanoefleld Rad 'Diettiot having waited on the Board of the above BRoad Di4triot, at the meeting held on the Fth inet, for the purpose of having both districts united with the view of forming a Shire, I hereby convene a pt:blio meeting of the ratepayers of the Springfild Road District, to to mlid at the office of the Board on the 7th prs-ximo at 10 b'olok a...

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Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 March 1870

5' .., Se 4 I0 We have good news to hand from Sunday Creek. Mr Tobin, who has been working a reef there for some time past, and who was barely making a living, had a crushing of eight tons of stone a few days ago which gave the handsome yield of upwards of a 60ozs. The reef is a mixture of quartz and Seandstone, and shows but little gold. It is thought a general rush to the district will Stake place;. ., a We have again to record)he appearance f of the bushiaiger Power amongst ,us, and r that too .in onie of our publi- thoroughfarea, 1 sticking up as uneoneernedly'as possible a t number of waggoners, and. depriving the * moat ipdustrioul of our .population of theit Shard earnings, besides yrbbing -i policeman of his revolver. We ehouldiiot be surprised C to hear of this ruffan-paying a visit to Mr r Green, superintendent of police, in his b stronghold at the camp, and plying his Svocation thereat. From an advertisement in another column it will be seen that sports, under the patron....

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GOULBURN VALLEY ROAD BOARD. Saturday, 19th February. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 March 1870

GOULBUBN VALLEY ROAD BOARD. Saturday, 19th February. Present':-Mr Hickey (Chairman), and Messrs Hobart, Gorman, Ryan and fDelaney. YIN DTB. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. f COR?EIPOND?ECE. Correspondence as follows was then dise posed of: 1-From Graytown Borough Counneil, ree lative to building a bridge over the Gout burn River at Tabilk. Messrs Hickey and Ryan reported the result of an interview with delegates from the Borough of Graytown, and added that .the meeting was adjourned until the 24th instant in order To 6nuD n - the abucndance of delegates from the Council of the Shire of M'Ivor. Mr Delaney moved, and Mr Hickey sece onded, that Messrs Hobart and Georman be appointed to attend the meeting of delegates on the 24th inst. Carried. 2-From the Roads and Bridges office, stating that the Shire of Waranga had applied under the 292nd section of the Shires Statute to have the bridge and ap proaches at Murchison placed under its con. trol, and enquirin...

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[To the Editor of the Free Press.] [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 March 1870

[To the Editor'of the Free Press.] SIR,-In your issue of the 24th appears a statement of the proceedings of the Presbys tery of Melbourne in holding meetings at Tallarook and Mangalore, and constituting them into a Presbyterian Church, and that these district, have been long without the services of a Presbyterian minister, and that through the exertions of the Roy Robert Hunter they have now the prospects of a settled minister amongst them. Now, Sir, either your printer's devil or your informant has substituted the name of Robert Hunter in place of Donald Meiklejohn. Mr Hunter is only known to us by name. He never preached at Tallarook in his life, and if he over used any exertions they are unknown to us. It is through the exertions of Mr Mei. klejohn, and his predecessor that we owe all the Presbyterian services we have enjoyed I trust, sir, for the sake of truth and fair play, yon wil insert this simple statement, and oblige yours, ALEX,. CARNIE, Tallarook Flaft, 28th Feb., 1870.<...

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