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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 April 1871

COMMERCIAL INTELLIG NCE, KILMORE. John J Reilly quotes : Bran Is 2d do or -e lOd per center Pollard 1w 41 do Flour 143 per cental Oats 8e 81 to 4s per bushel, or 9a 2d to 10? per cental

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 April 1871

SCOTLAND. A genuine relic of" the Pretender," con sistin, of a silver spoon, knife, and fork, was sold the other day for six guineas! The Coupar Angus Free Kirk Session has exiwlfled Mr John lo e!rtson for heresy. We learn from PFrth that the salmon season of 1871 opened on the Tay and its tributaries under favourable auspices. PROPOSED SCOTTISH CA~rr.-There is a rumour afloat that Government contemplate the establishment of a camp to the west of Edinburgh, somewhere between Falkirk and Linlithgow, if a suitable place can be readlily obtained. From the Engineer's report to the Glas gov Water Committee it appears that the a:verage daily supply of water into the city for the whale of 1870 was 28,340,000 gal lons, being an increase of 1,225,000 gallons a day on the average for 1869S . SALMON SPAWMNIG IN THE FORTIr.-The spawning in the Forth and its tributaries, although protracted for longer than usual, is now over for the season. Such an unpre. cedented number of large salmon has vot ...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 April 1871

IRELAND. -4----- - The Marquis of Hartington, the new Chief Secretary for Ireland, arrived at King stown on January 28. The Irish Times says it is now certain that the Prince of Wales, and it is hoped, the Princess, will pay a visit of some dura tion to Ireland this year. The Duke of Cambridge will come at the same time. The flour mill belonging to Messrs John Ross and Co, of Larne,. was destroyed by fire on Jan. 29. The value of the grain destroyed, with the building, is estimated at over £20,000: The Irish Militia, it is said, is to be called out in May next. This is a practical answer by the Government to the taunts. of the " National" press. The Lord Bishop of Cashel was. found. on January 29lying in a state of insensibility on the foor of his bed room. His atten dant immediately sent for medica lassistance, and it is satisfactory to be able to state that his lordship was so well the nezt- day as to be able to leave his bedroom. A farmers' defence association has been formed for...

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Friday, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 April 1871

IILMORE BOlROJG? COUNCIL, Fridr April 14. An adjourned'inese .. . the Kilmors Borough S onuncil was held o0fridey evening. The members present were Crs pssenoe, Reilly, Doviling, O'Con nor, and Hiokey On the motia of Or Dowling, seconded by Or O'Connor, O,Bossenoe was, in the absence of the Mayor, vot4l to the ohair; The mi utes of the previous meeting were read and confrmed. Correspondence as follows was then read and con. r: sidered: 1-From John Taylor, calling attention to impnra feat state of footpath in Gipps street, between Victoria and Albert streets, near St George's Ohurch, which -oq'uroh was the only place of worship in the town where a good footpath did not lead to: Or Dowling moved that the letter be received and referres"to the Public Worse Committee. Seconded by Or ObOonnor, and cariced. 2-From Registrar. General conveying information relative to statistics, and stating that the collector had ignored the 16th clau6o of the regulations. The collector said this matter ha...

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ESCAPE OF PRISONERS FROM MELBOURNE GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 April 1871

ESCAPE OF PRISONERS FROM MELBOURNE GAOL. On Saturday, about 1 o'clock, three pri soners in the ,Melbourne Gaol mada an ati tempt to escape, which it is regretted, was partially successful. The prisoners, in question, named Huxley, ixona, and Crossley, were each under sentsace of three years' imprisonment for bnrglary. The men were taking exercise in the radiating yards the tame yard freo which Sulliian escaped, They were not in prison dress, as they were nnout to bs removed to Pentridge, and the fact is that the number of prisoners in Mleh boIrni?o gaol is so great that the gaol autho rities are short of prison clothing. The radiating yard is a yard within a yard. It is a hexagon, and from a eircul-r building in the centre every one of the yards can be overlooked. The radiating compartments are divided from: each other by brick walls eight' feet high,: and :an. ir n alling of "the. isme hight runs round i! . hole. Every division is thus under the e:--:ision of any one in the central...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 April 1871

8HIRE OF GOULBURN. TENDERS. TEN.DERS will be received until noon on SATUR, - DAY, 22nd inst., for the following works:- 1 Embanking roaadway, &c., near Mr T. Morris farm, on the lower Goulbourn road 2 Di., do., near Mr Hagney's fence 3 Do, do., near Mr Sheehan's 4 Do, do; near Mr I Hutobeneon's, Murohison 5 Do, do, near Mr J Hayes', Wahring 6 Draining and farming roadway on Taylor's Plain .Plans anc. specifications to be seen at this ofice, on Tuesdays and Saturdays in each week during offioa hours. " A deposit of ten per cent must be paid on accept tance of tnder' The lowest or any tender not necessarily aecepted. By order- p0OS. MURRAY, be fce Secretary, Nagsmbie, 8th April, 1871. ARTIFICIAL TEETH. M. ESKE ULL, surgeon dentisi, ofi Mtelbourne, .I.. can be consulted at Kelly's, iiiim:ro Hotel, froa WnEdnsadovy, April 13, till Paturdav A!. ril 22. Continues to supply ABTIFICIAL 'TjETH, with best material and workmanship, from oeo to a complete set, asATIfATIOR AN, AXOICULATI...

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MURDER OF MR BAILLIE, LATE MEMBER FOR CASTLEMAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 April 1871

MURDER OF MR BAILLIE, LATE MEMBER FOR CASTLEMAINE. Fiji papers are to, hand this morning via. Newcastle. They state that on the morning of the 13th March last, Mr Baillie, formerly member of the Victorian Assembly for Castlemaine, and a partner with Mr Butters as stock and share brokers, Collins street, Melbourne, was found in his sleeping apart- ment dead, and with every appearance of being murdered. Mr Baillie and his partner, Mr Scott, occupied a hut together, and Mrs Baillie occupied another a few yards away. Mrs Baillie states that she heard no noise during the night, but in the morning she did not observe, as usual, the smoke from the chimney of the house occupied by her husband and his partner, and proceeded to ascertain the cause. On entering she ob- served Mr Baillie apparently asleep, but on going nearer she was horrified to find his head smashed in, apparently with a toma- hawk. She gave the alarm to the nearest neighbours, who quickly repaired to the scene of the tragedy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 April 1871

WINTER DRAPERY. -o0-- MILLINERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS, AND SHOES, &o. 22 CASES, 10 BALES, 10 TRUNKS BOOTS AND SHOES. --o- The above have been received, and are now ready for inaspetion. --o PECIAL ATrENTION is dieocted to the novelties in Dresses, Ladies Hats and Bonnets, Flowers and Feathers, Velveteen and Cloth Jackets, &o. --0- The value in Winces's, Skirting's, Blankets, Flannels, and £'alieoes,: cannot be equalled. -0 T. J,. GEOGHEGAN, Commercial House, Sydney street, Kilmore. W. KERR & CO. Beg to announce that they have laid in a Large and Well Selected Stock of GENERAL DRAPERY, Men's Youths' and Boys' Clothing, BOOTS AND SHOES, ETC., ETC. Each department being replete with every novelty for the Season.. -o T K. d& CO; woul al oo invite particular attention to their Carefully Selecoted Stock of NEW SEA?S0N YV e TEAS and GENERAL GROCERIES, WINES AND SPIRIS;: Large additions have also been made in the Ironmongery,. Crockery,. and, Paperhanging Departme...

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MISCONDUCT BY CONSTABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 April 1871

MISCONDUCT BY CONSTABLES, the fou wet A very strange case, involving the cha't a racters of two constables,. came before Mr o'c Sturt, PM, and Mr Harcourt, JP, at the the City Court on Tharsday. Mounted con' hot stable William Crosgrove, stationed at an Moonee Ponds,, and Mounted constable p1p, William Woods, stationed at Preston,. were ver charged with misconduct as-police constables: ver The alleged misconduct led, it was stated, ba to the most cruel treatment of the horse of. pa one of the prisoners. Superintendent Hare wh prosecuted, by the instruction of the chief sid commissioner of police, and. informed the cle Bench that whatever punishment was in- lur flicted, in case of the. prisoners being found rut guilty, would be followed by their dismissal from the force in addition to that punish' the ment. The prisoners were defended by Mr ab( G P Smith. Superintendent Hare stated that there tih was no need to call witnesses to prove the thb characters previously borne by the men, a...

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PARIS TO CALAIS UNDER DIFFICULTIES. CALAIS, Feb. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 April 1871

PARIS TO CALAIS UNDER DIFFI. B CULTIES. S. gt (FROi TILE "tB ESIEGED. RESIDENT " OF TILE fre DAILY 1EWS) Smi CALAIs, Feb. 10. 8 At 4 o'clock p.m. on Wednesday I took my departure from Paris, leaving, without vet any very poignard regret, its inhabitant ch wending their way to the electoral " urns;." he Sthe many revolving in their minds how be France and Paris were to manage to pay wi the little bill which their creditor outside an is making up against them; the few-the ht l very few--still determined to die rather than th yield, sitting in the cafes on the boulevard. wt which is to be, I presume, their "last of ditch." Many correspondents, " special," to I " our owFi," and " occasional," have errived, and were girding up their loins for the bone. th fit of the British public. Baron Rothschild ev had been kind enough to give me a pass sp which enabled me to take the Amiens train be at the goods station within the walls of the in city, instead of driving, as those less fortu. an nate...

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A CHARGE OF BIGAMY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 April 1871

A OHARGE OF BIGAMY. On Friday week Mr John Scarlett, secretary of the Beeohworth Shire Council, was arrested on a charge of bigamy, or rather gave himself up on hear ing that a warrant had been issued for his appret bension: Mr Scarlett was at once bailed out on seeurity, the amount of which suenfciently showed that the charge was not considered to be of very great gravity-namely, himself in £100, and two sureties of £50 each, The Ovens Spectator gives the following allegations, which have been openly spoken of for weeks by the friends of both parties : "Mr Searlett had, some fifteen or sixteen months ago, married in Beechworth a vary young lady, but it was shortly afterwards whispered that he had al ready been married at lome, and that his wife was still alive, On this becoming known, the friends of the lady .informed her of what had come to their' ears, and triad to induce her to leave Mr Bcarlett, but this at the time she refused to do. Other influences, however, were brought to ...

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DEATH OF SIR JAMES PALMER, LATE PRESIDENT OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 April 1871

DEATH OF SIR JAMES PALMER, IATh PRESIDENT OF THE LEGISLATIYR COUNOIL; Our obituary announces the death of Sir James Palmer, the late President of the Legislative Council, Sir James was the youngest surviving son of the lhte Rev John Palmer, of Great Torrington, Devon, pre. bendary of Lincoln, and nephew of the Very "Rev Joseph Palmer, Dean of Cashel, and of Mary, first Marcbioaess of Thorwood, and great nephew of Sir Joseph Reynolds, FRA. He was born in 1804, at Torrington, and married, in 1882, Isabella, daughter of the late Dr Gunning, Q:B, Inspector of Hospitals. He arrived in the colony at a very early period of its history, and at the outset of his colonial career he took an active part in all social and political move. ments for the advancement of the people. In 1856, as Mayor of the city, he laid the foundation stone of the Melbourne Hospital, his connection with 1 which, as the leading mind in the committee of i management, he continued to retain until shortly before his dea...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. DALMAHOY, CAMPBELL AND CO. REPORT, For the Week ending April 16, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 April 1871

MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. DALKAHO!, CAMPBELL AND CO. REPORT, For the week ending April 16, 1871. FA? CATLE.--2,450 entered, 1,200 being disposed of to day at still lower rates, and we consider prices down 15s per head on last week's opening sales. The quality of those sold were only middling, exoept one or two lots of good quali'y, and those only brought 17. 6d per 100 lbs. for the top pens. We hare sold-215 head for Mr Cyrus E Smith, from Tintaldra, at an average of £5 2s 3d; also 160 head for Mr James Tyson; Juanbang, at an average of £5 ao 6d, including about 80 head of culls. To morrow we will sell 240 bullocks, a really prime draft, from Cocketgedong, for Ilesare Watt and Thompson; 80 prime bullocks for the Executors for the late A M'Millan, and a small draft of similar quality from Loyang. FAT OALVE.--were selling'better, at slightly ads vanced rates. Best vealers up to 60s. FAT SBHEP.-Over 30,000 yarded, comprising some large lots of prime quality, from the north, which were t...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 April 1871

LEGISLA'TLIVE COUNCIL. The Legislative Oouncil yesterday asi ma sembled at noon. The proclamatibn summoning Parliament No was read by the Clerk. Sir Redmond Barry and Mr Justice : Molesworth, judges of the. Supreme Court, or the Royal Commissioners appointed by the Governor, then entered the Chamber. belo The members of the Assembly were sent one, for, and on their presenting themselvas at not the bar, they were informed by the Comi mer missioners that on Thursday His Excellency Vici would explain to them the cause of his Mr csllin& Parliament together, and directed h them to proceed to the election of a Speaker. whc The Commissioners then withdrew, and the members of the Assembly retaurned to z their own Chamber. on The warrant of the Governor. authorising l the President to swear in new members, was b laid on the table. The President informed hon. member5 Bo that if it was their wish it would be agree. i able to the family of the late Sir Jame ren Palmer that they should a...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 April 1871

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGBENCE KILMOR1E. John J Reilly quote. : Bran sle 2d do or 5s lOd per centel Pollard 1s 4-1 do Floun 14s per cental Oats . d to 4s per bushel, or 9s 2d to 10 per cental

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 April 1871

tel LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. thi The sitting of the new Legislative As, W sembly was commenced yesterday at noon ins by Mr Barker, the Clerk of the House, , reading the proclamation convening Parlial to' ment. gr The Usher of the Legislative Council requested, in the name of His Excellency's ec Commissioners, the attendance of hon. an members in the Legislative Council Chamber. co On their return, they remained convers ing for some minutes, until His Honor Sir to Redmond Barry, His Excellency's Com missioner, was introduced by the Sergeant at Arms. His Honor having taken his seat in the Speaker's chair, the commission issued to him was read by the Clerk, and the members of the Assembly were sworn m in. The only absent members were Messrs it Fellows and Duffy. The Commissioner then bowed to the members, and retired from the b House. Mr Williams moved that the hon. Charles MacMahon be elected Speaker of the Legis.- i S1lative Assembly. N Mr M. L. King seconded the motion, with t' s a few...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 April 1871

All who suffer from Indigestioi should use I NORTO CAMOMILE: PILLS Sold everywhoro. Bottles ls, lid., 2s. 9d., and lie. ELE'TS AMMUNITION THE BOXER CARTRIDGES For Snider-Enfield of '577 bore, and for the Henry and Martin-Henry rifles of -450 bore, adopted by Her Majesty's , a .f War Department, also of 500 bore x for Military Rifies oWATERPROOF OENTRAL SFIRE METALTICCART?IDGES I with enlarged Base for small bores, w adopted by foreign governments for converted Chassepot, Berdan, Ronm-+ ington, and other rifles;. also Cart ridges for Ballard, the Spencer, and American-Henry Repeating Rifles The "ELEY BOXER" are the oheapestCarte ridges known, carrying their own ignition, and being I Smade wholly of metal, are waterproof and imperish able in any climate The above Cartridge caces. (empty), of all sizes, and. or the different.oystems of Breecbh-loading Rifles, can be had with or without the suitable Bullets and Machines for finishing the Cartridges. BOXER CARTRIDGES of '450 bore for rev...

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COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO MR LAURENCE BOURKE, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 April 1871

CO PLT' IEN".At'Y DINNER TO MR LAiURENCOE OU[RKE, M.L.A. ~------- On Thursday evening hbt, Mr Laurence Bourke M.L.A., was entertained at a complimentary dinner at Murray's Royal Oak Hotel, between thirty and ferty gentlemen being present The echair was :o.enpied by Mr. Henry Wilson, on whose tight sat 'he guest of the evening and Mr Joseph E Dowling ; on tie left of th: ';l.,irman sat MesCrs P Noonan and E-Maloo .,". Boasucoo occupiod the vice chair. After ample justice was done to the really . good things provided by bost Murray, the tables were cleared, ard the business of the evening com :r.need. Letters of apology were read from the Hon. '.!n O'.nhanas.y and Mr John Fyin, the former :Ajing he wee unable to attend through illness, and the latter, whilst thanuing the committee for the invitatior,. etaing he felt constrained to decline it. The usual loyal toasts havingbeen drunk, The Chairman then proposed "The Guest of the vening," 'their long triedi well-proved friend, Mr Bourke....

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET M'CAW, ADAMSON AND CO REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 April 1871

MELBOUR?E PRODUCE MAR?KBT M'CAw, ADiesox aD Co RE0OBT, For the Week ending April 19, 1871: The market for breadatuffs remain very inactive, good samples of Victorian and South anstralian wheat not being saleable above 1e, while £14 10s was the highest offer received for a good country brand of South Australian flour. Feeding grains are without much change. Maize baee slightly receded in value; at same time oats, both for feeding'and seeding purposes, are in rather better demand, and rates obtainable, in consequence somewhat higher than last week. In respect to malting and Cape barley we have not" any alteration to report; the demand is very easy, and prices nominal. The principal feature of the week in regard to Dairy produce has been the Show at the Exhibition Btilding, and the sale of the exhibits to day, when the prices realised, although in excess of the usual rates, were not nearly as high as those obtained in previous years. In consequence of the sale of the exhibits taking pl...

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LORD DERBY AND HIS IRISH ESTATES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 April 1871

LORD DERBY AND IIIS IRISi ESTATES.- the The Earl of Derby's reply to his Irish tenants o gives as his reason for parting with :his the Tipperary estates that he is unable to be" a do resident landlord. He says he has "held a Pal strong opinion that the duties which devolved on the possession of piroperty were best per.- Bu formed by a resident landlord, particularly ha in Ireland, where absenteeism was popularly bha considered as one of the greatest evils of the thi country, and that he looked forward to a i time when his brother would reside on the irr Irish estates; but when, through: family em arrangements, the property came unex- of pectedly into his possession, he had, after the mature consideration, decided to part with it t as it was impossible for him to reside there, die and as he could not but feel, in the uncertain it state of affairs in Ireland, that the rights of Sii an Englishman and an absentee were less thi certain to be fairly dealt with than those of e_ a resident ...

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