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WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 May 1871

WA'?TED.-A boot for the foot of the stairs, a handkerchief for the nose of a pair of bellows, a key to undo a box on the ears, some water to wash the face in, a hat to fit the head of a class, table covers for the railh way time tables, spectacles for the eyes of a potato, a RtoIrinr, ffr aleg of mutton, and a pair of legs for the breaches of promise. A FEW NMOTE CURIOSITIES Dun. Ui. A pickle lra.m the jar on which the d6or stoid. Vti, .ais w.itch the man cut sticks with when the constable was after him. Biography of the m:n who was killed by the fall of a shadow. The crust of a magpie. A rafter for the roof of the mouth. A GxrnLE1s r'AT?.-Among the innu merable anecdotes related of the ruin of persons at play, there is one worth relating which refers to Mr Porter, an English gen- t tleman, who, in the reign of Queen Ann a possessed one of the best estates in Nor- p thumberland, the whole of which he lost at t hazard in twelve months. According to the a story told of this madman, fo...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, May 5. (Before A P Akehurst, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 May 1871

KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, May 5. (Before A P Akehurst, Esq, P.M.) The postponed cases Gray v Duffiu were withdrawn. W L Sawell v Joseph Brinidge, for £4. Not served. Simon Fraser v O'Grady, Leggat, and Noonan, for £3 10.s. Mr Twigg for comr plainant. Order for amount, and £115s 6d costs. Peter Drummond v same, for £3 10s. Mr Twigg for complainant. Order for amount and costs. John Merton v James Barron, for illegal detention or property, value 50s. Order for restitution with 5s costs. Same v same, for abusive language. De. fendant was ordered to be bound to the peace for three months in £10 security, and to pay 5s costs. William Rouse v Charles Lockwood, for £3 10s 6d. Order for £1 18s 6d, and costs. Same v Michael Travers, for £1 7s 5d. Order for £14a 5d, and e7 6d costs. Same v Patrick Kenny, for £4 8s Sd, Order for amount paid into court only. George Oooke v John Hall, fr~icid -um' mons. Summons not served; d42 i::: b, extended. James Truelove v George Jessop and James Turner,...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 May 1871

-' Berkeley, September, 1869-Gentlemen, I fee 1: it a duty I owe to you to express my gratitude for the great benefit I have derived by taking ' Norton's Camomile Pills' I have applied to your ag r,,-'4r, Bell, Berkeley, for the abovenamed Pills, ifr wir- in the stomach, from which I suffdred exoraciati g pain for a length of time, having tried near , every remedy prescribed, but without deriving av,, benefit at all After taking two bottle. of your valu, able pills I was quite restored to my usual state rC health Please give this publicity for the benefit i' those who may thus be aficted--I am, Sir, yours truly, HETNY ALLPAS--To the proprietors c". NOUTON'S CA?uIoxn PrzIS,

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PYALONG ROAD BOARD. Wednesday, May 3, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 May 1871

PYALONG ROAD BOARD. Wednesday, May 3, 1871. Present :-The Chairman, ?ud Messrs Bradley, Gorman, Cooke, Welsh, Matchett, and Halpiu. The minutes of the previous meeting hav ing been read, were confirmed, on the motion of Mr Cooke. Correspondence as follows, was read and considered . 1-From Government Printer, with ac count for advertising, Ss. 2 -From Francis Robertson, giving notice of appeal against his rates on Northwood Station. The Clerk was instructed to write to the Clerk of Petty Sessions, also to Mr Robertson, stating rate was not yet made. 3-From Toll Manager, with monthly distribution, and the Board's portion. 4-From Victor and O'Connor, offering professional services as engineers. i--From W Dunn and A M'Isaac, giving particulars relative to school at Glenaroua, dimensions, &c, Mr Cooke moved that £3 be given as a donation to the school. Se conded by Mr Bradley and carried. 6-From ratepayers, asking to have a road improved in AMoranding. 7--From Thomas Lalor, lesse...

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KILMORE HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. Tuesday, May 9, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 May 1871

KILMORIE HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. -4---41 Tuesday, May 9, 1871. Present :-The President, in the chair, Messrs Trainor, Hayes, Wilson, M'Kay, Heath, Reilly Bossence, Hunt, and Hart.' nell. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. Tenders for works were opened as follows after it being decided that the n"uccessful tenderer should deposit 10 per cent, to be returned on first certificete of payment. Staines and Burrowes . ...... 527 16 0 L Hanlon ... ......... ...420 0 0 Gordon & Stewart copper boiler 471 15 0 If iron boiler 468 5 0 Beale and Sevior... ......... 479 15 0 Murray and Proudfoot ... ... 565 19 0 Mr Trainor moved that the tender of Laurence Hanlon be accepted. Seconded by Mr Bossence, and carried unanimously. Mr Hayes proposed that the President, Dr Semple, Mr Hunt, and the mover, be appointed a sub-committee to consider the tenders for drugs, and accept one of same. Seconded by Mr IIartnell, and carried, h, On the sotion of Mr Hartnell, secobed by Mr Davi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 May 1871

WINTER DRAPERY. -0-o MILLINERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS, AND SHOES, &c. 22 CASES, 10 BALES, 10 TRUNKS BOOTS AND SHOES. -o The above have been received, and are now ready for inipeotien. -0 SPECIAL ATTENTION is directed to the novelties in Dresses, Ladies Hats and Bonnets, Flowers and Feathers, Velveteen and Cloth Jackets, &e: --o The value in Wincey's, Skiring's, Blankets, Flannels, and Calicoes, canno be equalled. -0 T. J. GEOGHEGAN, Commercial House, Sydney stree, Kilmore. WILLbIAM FOX of Tallarook, do hereby give notice that I desire to obtain, and will at the next Licensing Meeting, apply for a Publican's License for a house situate at Tallarook, containing nine rooms exclusive of those required for my own use-the enid house to be known by the name of the Railway Hotel W1LLIAM FOX Dated 11th Moy, 7871

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 May 1871

1 fESSRS GORDON & GOTCH, or Collins stree W4. west, Melbourne have been appointed agent r this Journal. Mr GOO0, Ballarat, has been 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 from him THE FREn PRESS may be read gratuitously in Lon don, at the News Rooms of Messrs GORDON and GoroT, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and subscripons for the same a~ received. Taylor Brothers HAVE RECEIVED A LA RGE And WELL.SELECTED ASSORTMENT Of SEASONABLE GOODS Which is worthy of inspection. SYDNEY-BTREET. NATHANIEL ALLT, CORDIAL AND AERATED WATER MANU FACTURER, Sydney street, KRimore, BEGS to announce that he has commenced business in the above line, and trusts by striot artention to business, and supplying the best des, cription of articles, to merit a fair share of public patronage. All orders punctually attended to. R. ae MPLE bus REM1UVED to the house in ...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. DALMAHOY, CAMPBELL AND CO. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 May 1871

MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKHET. DAL3!IAIOT, CAnPBELE AND CO. REPORT, For the week ending May 3: FAT CATTLE.-The arrivals for the week are 1,875 headt 983 of which passed the hammer to-day, at an advance on last week's sales of 10s per head for best qualities, and other descriptions in proportion. The quality on the whole was only middling. We sold 200 head for Mr Hoffmann, of Merri Merrigal tration, at an average of £6 2s for bullockse, and £4 16s for cows ; also 50 head for Mr A Stacpoole, from Hunthawang, and 17 for the executors of the late Robert Thomson, from Clyde Bank. To-morrow we will sell 300 bead for Mr W Robertson, of Colas and 269 for Thomas Fitzpatrick, Carcoar, both lots reportel prime quality. FAT CALVEs.-The supply was rather in excess or the demand, and prices ruled low except for best vealere, which sold at from 45s to 50s encb. FAT SHEEP.-About 30,000 yarded, the majority of the supply being from Rirerina, amongst which were several lots of prime, but some of them badl...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 May 1871

CUOMMIERCIAL INTELLIGTNCE. KILMORE. John J Reilly quotee : Bran le 2d do or 5a 10d per contal Pollard Is 4d do Flore 14a per cental Oats 3a Sd to 4s per bushel, or 98 2d to 10 per contal

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A CURE FOR PLEUO-PNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 May 1871

A CURE FOR PLEUO-PNEUMONIA. In a letter to the Times, Mr John Beasley refers'to the treatment of pleuro*pneumonia by the adminis tration of carbonic acid, as adopted by Mr Baldwin, of the Model Farm, Glasnevin. The method of employing the remedy when an outbreak of pleuro-pneumonia has ocoured, is thus deesribed: "First ot all, you isolate or remove the animal affected. Secondly, should the poison have been imbibed by one or more from the animal in which the disease has appeared, the great thing is to confine it to them, and this is the leading idea of the scheme, and it is accomplished by (thirdly,) tying up the animals in a house. In my case the feeding troughs are placed round the cowhouse, and the animals face the wall. Onthe wall is fixed, in front of each beast, a square piece of coarse sacking ; the cloth is saturated three times a day with a solution of carbolio acid, prepared as noted below. As the poison is eliminated from the system it is destroyed by the carbolic acid, w...

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Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 May 1871

the letter of Mr John Taylor, in another part of this issue, advocating that an agita tion should be got up to induce the Govern ment connect Kilmore with the present proposed railway station by means of a short line on the Fairlie system, deserves consider ation. If such a suggestion were acted upon there is no doubt it would be an advantage to Kilmore, and if, after the matter is prop perly agitated for and urged upon the authorities, the request should not be con ceded, we would be in no worse position by asking than we are at present. The narrow guage for such a short distance-only about two miles-could not, however, in our opinion work well, as when it joined the main line a, break of gauge would occur, and a transfer of goods would be necessitated. However, as an experiment, the matter might be tried, and the difficulties conse quent upon a break of gauge would then be ascertained prior to accepting the Fairlie system for general use in the new line. which must soon be inevita...

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LATE TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 May 1871

LATE TELEGRAMS The Central Committee at Paris h as ordered the issue of accusations against a 1 number of members of the Government. Hostile journalists are to be arrested and the districts surrounding Paris to be forcibly occupied. The revolution is spreading to the provincial towns. '1 he National AsEembly at Versailles has adopted a project of organising volunteers by 423 votes to ?7 r The insurgents took possession of the Louvre, and attacked the house of the mayor. The committee and the mayor of -Paris came to an understanding. Troops are concentrating on the north and 1 east sides. A revolutionary proclamation has been issued justifying the insurrection. The insurgents have elected Menotti Gari. baldi as commander The mayor and commandant of Marseilles were made prisoners on the 30th Blanqui, Flourens, and Felix Pyat have f been elected members of the Commune. The elections passed over quietly r The'Repubiiann majority in the Versailles Assembly riiused to pass an urgent motio...

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SPECIAL TELEGRAMS LONDON, 31st March. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 May 1871

e SPECIAL TELEGRAMS ly LoN?ox, 31st March. ad The Paris insurrection has triumphed, and the city is intirely in the hands of the an communists. Several of the Mayors of in Paris have acquiesced in the communal elect tions, which took place on the 26th. The at insurgent nominees were generally returned. d. The commune was proclaimed at the Hotel ad de Ville on the 2Sth with the firing of guns id and the cheers of a hundred thousand Na ie tional Guards. e T'he Journal Official advocates the assinat ;h tion of all princes, particularly the Duc ce d'Aumale. of The Communal Council repudiates the Versailles Government, and has abolished to the conscription, laid taxes on property, der re crees a general abatement of rents, and al forms a committce of requisition in Money is needed, and it is proposed to e' sell all Bonaparts' property. Gener.l Chonzy is released ri The Versailles Government is paralysed, and its inaction is universally condemned Df The generals are organising an attack o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 May 1871

ADVERTISEMENTS. HOLLOWAYS PILLS. Keadae7itr, Bile, Loss of Appetite, and to wness o Spirits. Theco PiTla rerqu re no interruption of business or pleasure, they act mildiy on the bwdrls, and strecthwn he stomach, and promote ' itialthy action of the liver, whereby they purify the blood, cleanse thlI skin, brace the nerves and invigorate the whole -rs. temrn. They etfert a trulyT wonderful change in drlii. tated constitutions, na jthey create a healthy appetite, correct indigestion, remove bile, giddinesse headaches, and palpitatio on utho heart Weakness and Debilit:. In casoc of debility, lannenr, and nervousness, 7re,, rated by ezcrts of any kind, whethinr mental or - ieal, the et€ect of these Pill? is in the highest derree bracing, renoveaing, and restorati-c. They dir:ve rom the systemn the morbid cause of disese, re establish the digestion, regulate all the secretions, brace the nervous system, raise the patient's spirits, and bring bvclk the frame toi its ritine health and vigou...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 May 1871

IRELAND: Lord Erie has been very seriously indisposed of late, but his condition is now more hopeful. A Waterloo vter.-t.r., named George Davis, died at Droit, near, GQ' in. county Tyrone, a few days 1inca, Lord Francis Coynghcm Las left Ireland in con;e quenco of a threaterning letter. Lord Redesdale has given £2,000 to the Church of Ireland Suetenta ion Fnnd. M:r Charles Crotty, of Kenway Park, Mayo, was fired at on March 12, while driving home from the i ai;:e, and his servent who accompanied him was killed . Four mear ho;v been arrested. FRENO RELIXSFP FUiND.-The Corporation of Dubhln have giren £500 to this fund, and a sum of £41 12a 3d has been forwarded to the committee, being the proceeds of a concert given in Limerick for the benefit of the fund by the Shannon Rowing Club, The Lord Primate has fixed April 13 for the meet ig of the "General Synod" "of the Church in Dubliu, The General Synod is the ultimate legis lative body of the Church, and will review the regulations of t...

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ARRIVAL OF THE EGISH MAIL. GENERAL SUMMARY. 24th March. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 May 1871

ARRIVAL OF THE EGISH S AIL, GENERAL SUMMARY. 24th March. The Australian February mail via Brindisi was delivered on the 28th. A report on emigration has been published containing the replies of the colonial Gover nors to inquiries instituted by the Colonial Office, The tone is very discouraging to emigration on a large scale. The Tichborne bankruptcy proceedings are postponed till 7th June. The examination in the estate of Guild and Chrpman is adjourned to the 26th April. A Ministerial explanation is demanded in Parliament respecting the condition of the Megmra, which, after being lightened, sailed again on the 14th. Sir Richard M'Donnell, Governor of Hong Kong, has received the order of St. Michael and St. George, Mr Blount, British Consul at Paris, is made Companion of the Bath; also Colonel Worsely, and and Hon. W Sturt, Minister to the Argea tine Republic. Sir Henry Bulwer and Sir William. Mans. Feld are raised to the peerage, under the titles of Lord Bulwer and Lord Sandhurst. ...

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BROADFORD ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, May 16, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 May 1871

BROADFORD ROD.: BOARD.; Tuesday, May 16, 1871. Present :-The Chairman, (Mr. Ferguson); and, Hbessrs. Zar, and M`Kay, The. minutes of: previous meeting..were read. CORRE.S.ODENCE; 1---From Roads andi Bridges.. office, re' questing the Board. would forward plan of, roid referred to. between, Broadtbord and. Glenaroua. The Chairman said that Mr Delisser had been applied to for a plan, and he would.charge £7:for it.. The Clerk how. ever,.made out the plan himself-the plan ,was.produced, and, was.very creditably got up-the Chairman remarking that Mr Aitken would be entitled to something. 2--Fron. Crown, Law offices, callipg. Board's attention to. proclamation in Gazette relative to. x10. licensing district.,. Re, ceived. 3--Eom.Roada.and.Bridges office, asking for returns. Received, the Clerk to supply. 4--Erom. Seymour Shire. Council, ac. knowledging-receipt of letter; and requesting the Board:would forward original letter, and, .envelope, df 13th. March ;,untili both were. produced, th...

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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 May 1871

80O tAND, Profeesor M'Gdll, FRebrew. Professor and member, of the Bible Riovison Committee, died at St" An-. drew.neon Maroh 16; Tn,; C1OTBNA4YAY oPW SIB: WAITBR SCOTT-His Greas the Duke of Bucoleuoh, as the head of the. family, to which Scott. belonged, has agreed to pro !a!de at the national celebratiun in Edinburgh in honor of Sr Walter oScott on August 9.next, and to give the movement his earnest support: A meeting. of the oustodiers of, the National Wal ilacaM[onument has. been held at Stirling to consider whether the entrance fees at the monument:and the keeper's house. bould.be let.. Provost Christie pre-. sided. It was agreed.not to open the offsrs sent in, and to retain the drawing.of the dues in their own hands as at present. Gavin Young, night; watchmsnat- Messrs William. Jamieson and Son's Soap Works at Blackball,. Paisley, not arriving athome as usual, his wife during taee day becaine. alarmed,, and went to inquire after him. One of the staroh-makers prooseded, tothe 'w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 May 1871

WINTER DRAPERY.. -0 MILLINERY,. CLOTHING, BOOTS, AND SHOES,' &c.. 22 CASES, 10 BAT.ES, 10 TRUNKS, BOOTS AND SHOES. --0- The above have been received, and are now ready for inepeotion,. --o-- "'PECIAL ATTENTION is directed to the novelties in Drenese, Ladies Hats and. Bonnets, Flowera and Feathers, Velvceteen and Cloth Jackets, &e. --0- The v.alue i Wincey's, Skiring's,.Blankets, Flannels, asd, Calicoes, canno be equalleyl. -0 T. J. GEOGHEGII N, Commercial, House, Sydney stree, Kilmore -'Berkeley, Sbptemoer, 1869 -UiJntlmen, I, al i a duty Iowa to youto expre-s mn- gru'itudo for. the great.benpfit Lhire derived by tAkin4 'Norton's Oamomile Pill' I have applied to your agent, 'Mr Bell, Berkeley, for the abovename.d Pille, for wird. in.the stomaoh, from which I' suffred excruciating pain for. a lenth of time, having trie:i nearly every remedy prc?cribad, but without d ariving any: benefi, at all Afterttaking two bittlea o y-our valu able pills I was quit? restored to my...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 May 1871

,ESSRS GORDON & GOTCH, or Collins stree west, Melbourne have been appointed agent' r this Journal. Mr 0OOO Ballerat, has been appointed agent for this journal. Mr E. A* HOPE, Sydney street, opposite the Council Chambels, has been appointed Agent for this journal, and copies may be regularly obtained. from him THE Fnas PBcas may be read gratuitously in Lon. don, at the News Boomn of Messrs eGoDON and GoTH, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and subscripons for the sime are seceived. Taylor Brothers H 'AVE RECEIVED LARGE And WELL.-ELECTED ASSORTMENT Of SEASONABLE GOODS Whioh is worthy of inspetlion. 8 TDNE T 8 TB ET. NATHANIEL ALLT, CORDIAL AND ERATED WATER MANU* FAOTURER, Sydney street, Kilmore, EGS to announce that he has commenced .1business in the above line, and trests by striot attention to business, and supplying the best des, cription of articles, to merit a fair share of publio patronage. All orders punctually attended to. KI, tEMkLE ias REMUVEDI to the house in J...

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