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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 25 May 1871

WINTER DRAERY. -0- MILLINERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS,. AND SHOES, &c.. 22 CASES, 10 B ALES, 10 TRUNKS BOOTS AND SHOES. --0- The above have been received, and are now ready for inspection. --0- 'PECIAL ATTENTION is d;rectrd to the novelties in Dreloes, Ladies IHats and IBonnets, Flowers and Feathers, Velveteen and Cloth Jackets, &c. --0- 'L uc in Wincey's, Skiring's, Blanlkets, Flannels, audi Calicoes, canno be equ41]Tl. -0--- T. J. GEOGHEGAN, Commercial. Touse, Sydney stree, Ximbore

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 25 May 1871

1IESSRS GORDON & GOTCH, or Collins stree ' west, Melbourne have been appointed agent r this Journal. Mr GOOCH, Ballarat, has been appointed agent for this journal. Mr E. A. HOPE, 8y3ney street,.opposite the 'Council Chambners, has been appointed Aeent for this journal, and copies may be regularly obtained from him THE FRE1a PRFSs may be read gratuitously in Lon t don, at the tNe~s Rooms of Messrs GoRmoN and GownC, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and ubsecripone for the acme are raecived. Taylor Brothers HAVE RECEIVED A LARGE And WELL.PELECTED ASSORTMENT Of SEASONABLE GOODS Which is worthy of inspection. 8 Y D . TRE gT NATHANIEL ALLT, CORDIAL AND ZERATED WATER MANU FACTURER, Sydney street, Hilmore, EGS to announce that he has comrme?ced 1 business in the above line, and trusts by strict attention to business, and supplying the blet des, cription of articles, to merit a fair share of publio pat'nnago. All orders punctually attended to. lR, SEMPLE has REMOVED to the hous...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. DALMAHOY, CAMPBELL AND Co. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 25 May 1871

MELBlOURNE CATTLE MIARKET'. DALMAIno , CAMp?BE,LL AND CO. XREPORT, For the week endin May 17 1871 : IF.& OCA.TTr:-- ,400 entered. 1,150lhead sold to day; quality very indiffarent, and Rome of , the lots much wasted. Prime beef in good request at a slight advance on last week's values, whilst other dePeriptions were very dull of sale. We have sold 57 cows from Cildermende at an average of £4 s ; and will to-morrow sell 110 orime quality bullcoks of the favorite FR breed, and 150 for Mr BRicharda,. Windsor; also a draft of well bred storee.for the, same ow ir FAT CATvxsa --Dil of sale, at lower rates. FAT FIEEP.-26,437 shown in the narket, the moiority of thern being ewes from New South Wales and Quse1?land; about half of the supply Rwa only middling. to inferior quality, consequently prime sheep did not exceed the requirements, and all such met a steady demand at aest week's currencies, whilst the forrer were dull of sale at a further refluction: We quote-5S t. 60 lb wethers ...

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LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 25 May 1871

LAND BOARD. -4--a-- A Local Land Board consisting of Mr Akehurst, ?.h~:, Mr Rynn, Mayor of Kilmore, and sno. thter gentleman sat at the Kilmere Court House on r.turday last for the purpose of investigating apa pliestions received in this district for land under :hs Land Act 1869 There were about forty persons present, and in consequence of numerous objectiene and disputes as to the precise time of pegging out the lots, klo, the business was rather of a prolgnged character. In some cases, where two or more applie csnto were seeking to become possessed of the same l0te, the discussion used to assume any aeriminous claraoter. ar;a more than once curing the sittings aod the Police Magistrate to intimate that he would )lot tolerate unseemly conduct in preserce of the a.,ard. It is perlpsa a healthy sign of the liwca to see people so anxious to asttle themselves on the land, but we believe if many ot the uppiicante mane more use of the land they are at present possessed of. it would 1i b_...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 25 May 1871

BROADM EADOWS.-Impounded at Brcad, meadows bay mare, W near shoulder, star, shod It not claimed and expenses paid, to be seld on 14th June 1871 W H HILL, Poundkeeper KILMORE-Impounded at Kilmore White borse, collar marked, shod, like RTB blotched near shoulder (the TB corj ined), OM over II not claimed and expenaes paid to be sold on 7th June 1871 C 0 ANDERSON, Poundkeeper E -"----- LANOEFIELD.--Impouuded at Lanoefi:Id bay horse, black poir to, bang tail, saddle marked, like N near shoulder, N near thigh, JP corjoined off e_.J shoulder dark grey foal colt, draft breed, no visible brands It not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 14th June, 1871 A MADIGAN. Poundkeeper E1URCHISON.-Impounded at Murchison bay mare, blze, near hind coronet white, near hock enlarged, grey hairs in tail, like W near shoulder W oheanut mare, blze, 10 near shoulder brown nare, small stiar, B in circle near ehoulde-, M off shoulder brown hor:e, star, off hind fetlock white, like T"C oenajoiued (writing 2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 25 May 1871

ELEY'S AMMUNITION THE BOXER CARTRIDGES S For Snider-Eofield of *577 bore, and for the Henry and Martin-Ienry rifles of '450bore, adopted by Her Majesty's uJ War Department, also of '500 bore :u for Military Rifles WATERPROOF CENTRAL- t FIRE METALLI ARTRIDGES W with enlarged Base for small bores, adopted by foreign governments forI S converted Chassepot, Berden Rem- ' incton, and other rifles; also Cart ridges for Ballard, the Spencer, and AmericanHoenry Reneating Rifles The "ELEY BOXER" are the cheapest Carte ridges known, carrying their own ignition, and being made wholly of metal, are waterproof and imperish able in any climate The above Cartridge cases (empty) of all sizes, and or the different systems of Breech-loadinu Rifles, can be had with or without the suitable Bullets and Machinss for finibhine the Cartridges. BOXER CARTRIDGES of '450 bore for revolving Patole, used in Her Majesty's Navy 0' ?t ru, [E-. t, A R!RIDGES of all sizes, for Smith ' Wesson's, Tranter's, and other ...

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MANSLAUGHTER AT THE DRY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 25 May 1871

MANSL;AUGTFTER AT TIL E DRY CREER. At the Melbnorne Criminal Ressions on Tus?day John Walsh narl Patrick Rourke, two fine looking able bodied laboring men, w,ýrP indicterl for the mrnnslAnuhter of James 'hasrls, on the 0th April, at the Dry Creek Kilmore. Mr Irlan?d, Q C., defended the prisoners. The prisoners were navvies, employed on the North Eastern Railway works. About 12 o'clock on Easter Sunday thhy went into a beer shanty at Dry Creek, kept by a man named Martin Page. They asked for some drink, and as they appeared inclined to create a disturbance if they did not get it, Page iave them some ale and t?monade mixed. They asked for more, and on being refused, became violent. Several other men, who accompanied them into the shanty and were more or less under the influence of drink, served to iuc'ease Page's alarni, and he ran outside the hut and asked a neighbor named J.ames Charles to come in and observe what passed, so that he might serve as a witness if necessary. "Page, howe...

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A LIFE OF CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 25 May 1871

A LIFE OB CRIMIE. One of the most marked instances, per. haps, that has ever nccnrred of a man heinr unable to resist the facinations of a criminal life was illustrfped at the sePsiona last week Tn the year 1855, J.Tohn Healev committed a rape upon a female, and was trier', convicted, and sentenced to death. This dread ordeal of the law was, however, not carried into 'axecution, and the sentence was commuted ,o fifteen years' imprisonment. After hay ing served eight years' of the term HIe?der was liberated on ticket-of-leave in 1863 Hie had not been longe out of gaol before he committed nnother offence, and then stabbed the constable who went to arrest him. For this he was sent to prison for seven years. and, according to the regulation, he had to serve the whole time, it being a second con. viction. Tie was then confined in gaol Anring the best fifteen years of his life. On being released he committed a petty larceny and was incarcerated for a month, and was not: even then satisfie...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 25 May 1871

CO1MMERCIA.L INTELLITGNCE. KILMORE.. John J Reilly quotes : Bran is 3d do or 5s 10d per. cental, Pollard le 41 do FJlno 14,1 per orntal Oats S~ 94 to 4e per bushel, or 9a 2d to 10o per cental Masses Nosns AND REED Reporb: For the week ending May 17: We report sales of mill flour and dairy produce this week aR under: Flour.-Best brands fine a;lk dressed, £16. 10a to £17 per ton. Bran.--ls td tn In 1d per bushel. Pollnrd.-Fine, Is 4d to sl 6d;. do, coarse, is ld to 1. 3d per bu.hel. Wheat.-Ad-laile 7s 4d to 7s 6-1; Viotorieando 8s 10d to 7s 3d, Tanesnian do, 63 6d to 7s. oats.-3s 3d to 39 5d per bushal: Barley.--Enlish malting, 3s 6d to 4s; for fe~d ine purposes, 3s to 3s 61 ; do Cape, 3s to 3s 3d per buehe: Rye.-2s 94 to S3 2d pr hbushel. Poes.-(fresh) 3. 9d to 4s per bushel. Potatoes.-£1 17e 6d per von. Butter -(fresh) 8 to 10i per lb; notted do, 54 to Gd per lb. Cheese.-Best Victorian 5.1 to 6d per lb.

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PYALONG SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

PYALONG SHIRE COUN"'IL. The first meetino of the newly constituted Shire Council of Pyalong was held on Friday last, the m-mbras present being Mr Hugh Doogan (President) and Cour:cillors Bradley, Walsh, Gorman, and Cookne. The minutes of the previous meeting having been read were confirmed on the motion of Cr Bradley. Correspondence as follows weas read and con cidered : l-From Roads and Bridges Oflire, asking for statistics. Received, and request complied with, 2-From Colonial Bank, stating thst £27413s had been received and paid to credit. R, eived. 3- From Treasury, on same subject, that above amount had been forwarded. Received. 4-From Roads and Bridges Ofice, calling atten tion to Gazette containing proclamation of Shire of Pyalong. Received. 5-From J O Twentyman, in reference to engrave ing of seals, Received. 6-From tell manager, enclosing statement of distribution of toll fund. Received. 7-From W Davis, Colonial Bank, stating that in consrquence of Pyalong -being proclaimed ...

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THE COLLISION BETWEEN THE DANDENONG AND HERCULES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

THE COLLISION BETWEEN TfT.E DANDE NONG AND HERCULES. .rThe adjourned inquiry into the cause of the col]ision. between the Dandenong and Hercules on the 25th' inst. was rtsumed yesterday before the Steam Navigation Board, Captain Payne, 2 N., .president. The evidence of a diver named Richard Ingram wasee fit t taken, who was engaged at the wreck of the tug HIrcules, to show the nature of the injury inflicted, and the portion of the rudder, lie found a cutting 15ft long about 2ft 6in before the stunsail boom. The cat along the ship's side was 10ft long. ct was a clean cut from the paddle whel!. The whole of the rails were carried away to tho windl1ee, The rudder was hard a-port, and the lower spindle was broken; The mate of the Sea Nymph, Alexander M'Willism, gave his version of the accident, which corroborated that of the captain of the barque. This closed the evideorne of any importance for the Herculese For the other side, two witnesses ewere called-the pilot in charge of the steam...

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COLONIAL EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

COLONIAL RXPERIENCE. [BYr .1 OLD OCiIu.] There is nothing like the pen (which no one can deny), it is small but formidable (when used in the hands of the very wise) it is keen and piercing in exposing schemes and schemers, it is a terrible weapon in the hands of those who will fearlessly crush foul. mouthed slander, hypocrisy, and roguery. MAen were deceivers ever, let me proceed. Do your readers wish to know how I came out to Australia. I'lltell them, and that quick, a passenger in a clipper built ship of course, oh yes! and-and something else. It was a "clout" on the side of the head given to me right heartily by my old uncle in London, for going to Camberwell Fair, and staying all night there, and singing we won't go home till morning Accounts were Fquared up, and your humble servant packed up his traps and sailed. In due time I ar ived in the beautiful Bay of Hohson (as one ofthe cabin passengers poetically termed the Bay) and landed on the 24th May, 185 the Queen's birthday-hap...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. M'CAW. ADAMSON AND CO REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

E TsBOT7TNE PR.ODUOE IMARKET. XM';iAw. ADAMSON AND Co T~EORT, il'pcrt for the week enrding May 24, 1871: There bha been a farther advance in the Bread 'IT market shieo our last. Good brands of South :atrelin flour have been selling ot up to £16 lOs . for small Inte an much es £17 has been paid Sthre is not acy disposition to buy largely at the "-r fl ure. ~'ar louth Australian Flour our highest offer woa S:'; . Tasmanian realised £15' .:me sa:mpled of Ortn fir feeding purpnose are in S d.,, r,;d at up to 3a 7d,3a 2d to 34 4d being ;:.able for r'disolorred parcels, if sound and ,a fae z i condilerbhly rarinred in value, We were ....ble to c. !'.in ocr 4. 1 fora very good sample; :- one zcall 0ct of medium quality only realised n:niin Barley brought 3e 21 to 3s .31. rrev PeaI realise.r from 3a 91to 3e 11. 'otted !::ttr and Cliees have been in moderate -iest, idr! rr-elly nond pi?cele of the former .m?rd from 5,1 to Rd. ;:.or e g'iv, detail?, r:!ult of r.ual sai n: eae £ eD .-, k ?pel ...

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AMATEUR ETHIOPIAN CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

AMATEURt ETHIIOPIAN COLCERT. On the evening of the 21th ultimo the iil'onre Ethliopin Minstrels gave a concert in the Mechanics' Institute, and we have no hesitation in characterising their latest as the most successfuli of their efibrts. The preli, uinary arrangements in connection with the concert were left in the hands of the com mitte of the li:icing Club, the entertainment being in aid of the fund for improvements in the Kilmore Park, and no trouble was spared on their part in endeavouring to carry the entertainment to a successful issue. The entrance to, the front was at the side of the building, those having back seat tickets en tering at the front doors, and this arrange ment was found to suit admirably, as though the room was well filled there was no crush ing in either of the compartments. Pretty punctual to the time announced, the amateurs appeared on the stage, and after an overture had been played, and the opening chorus rendered each member full filled his allotted pla...

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EARLY STRUGGLES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

,?iTLY STarmC;r:s.-Tho following latter written by. hRobert Cha n!)ers to Hugh IMil er, i: tt ken f'rom the ir;o and Letters of HIugh Iill r, by lPeter 13ayne:-Your authobiography has set ine thinking of my owln yonthuill ,vays, ant were like yours int point of hardship and humiliation, though dfer-ent in many iliporUtailt cii'lunistuaces. My being of the same age with you to ex actly a quarter of' year, briu?e hle ilea of a certain parity more forcibly upolO me. The differences are as enrious to me as the re. semblance. N'otwith5stanii:;: your wonder ful success as a writer 'I thini: min Witerary tendency must have been a deepck , ld more absorbing peculiarity than yours, s'.ing tila I took to Latin and to books more keenly and osclusielvy, while you broke down in your sie ::1 u se, and had fully as groat a passi: to i': rou:gh sport and enterprise as for rading1 h:t a p.ssion of whlich I never had c. p .rtlile. This line, however, re suitefi in making you, what I never was in ,lin...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

? ..- a---- · 'nrnusIED TIInnSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1871. THE debate on thie Budget, though of a pro, Stracted nature, produces nothing either very new or instructive. The position of the Government, who are evidently sheltering themselves behind the promise of being pre pared to submit to certain modifications in the tariff, with the view of talaving oil an Ioilvers? vot; ?b h : oi na.s;i . dly (oilow t',e ..:r: : 0 'ce:rme t of b,;ir : ! ri - ;-A hesion to the scheme, is an unenviable one. Their conduct is certainly strong manifestar tion of the utter cowardiep which men in I importart positions sometimes display when i they are not convinced of the soundness of s their own views, and have not the manliness to accept openly the advice of others. The i heon. the Treasurer, who of course is the mouthpiece af the G overnment on the tariff question, whilst admitting that the Ministry ar, prepared to modify their scheme, de clines to enlighted the House upon what particular pa...

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ECONOMIC HOUSEKEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

iCONO[IIC "iiOUS EKEEPIXG. SI'! C THE QUEEN] It should be the first care of every house, keeper to proc;i'e trustworthy servants ; but we all know that this is more easily said than done. Let us not, forget, however, that good mistresses go far to make good sery-auts. I am not going to write a homily upon this subje;ct, because we have other matter in hand, though I confese that there are many, things that we who have the nmanagement ofi households might with advantage set ouI' selves to consider in reference to the vexed question of domestic servants. For the present we are only entering on a plain statement of household expenses. It is generally considered that house rent shiould not exceed an eighth part of your income. For instance, to live in a house where the rent and tares are £100 a year. I am afraid that in London, from profes sional and other reasons, people of small means find it very difficult to keep the due proportion in this matter. The young housekeeper should begin ...

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THE PROPOSED PROPERTY TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

THE PROPOSED PROPERTY TAX. Mfr Fnsxcrs proposes that the rateable pro perty of the country shall in future pay a direct tax of sixpence in the pound, and this tax will probably be -passed unless those interested in the matter will speedily make their voices heard on the other side. De livered as the proposal was, mingled in along dry list of figures, it fell almost unnoticed on the general ear. Indeed, we doubt very much if the public knows yet what it means. We propose to enlighten them. It means that where the rate collector called for a shilling, he will in future demand eighteen pence. It means that the country, being in want of a sum of money, drags it from the pockets of.poor farmers and free selectors who have paid large sums already to the revenue for their land, and who, espcr?:lly the latter class, are still largely indlr..i i the State. It means that ~hile the squ-t: ;e' may hold his wide plains almost nutaxed, while the banker may draw a princely re venue from his bank, ...

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KILMORE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

,. ILMORi HOSPITAL. A special meeting of the Board of Manarement of the K'lmore Hospital was held on Thuraday evens ing at Kelly's Hotel, there were present-the Presi dent, Meeers Heath, Trainor, Kerr, M'Key, Murray, Brock, Hayes, Dowling, Hunt and Murray. After the minutes of previous meeting were read, Mr 1ossence drew under notice the faet that the minute in reference to the boarders at the Hospital was not quite correct. After a good deal of considera tion tie minu'es were confirmed with slight alters. tion in the resolution relative to boarders at Hos pital,. The President explained the object of special meeting, and read the following letter from the hon. seo., upon which he acted. " Kilmore, 26th May, 1871. DEAR Sin,-It appears that Mr Bromley has negled to carry out the resolution of the Board for warde4 to him by this institution, inasmuch as the man William Martin still sleeps in the Hospital. I wish to know what course you will adopt under the circumstance!, S Yours truly...

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A WAYSIDE INN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

A WAYSID)E INN. -4---- I One night in last hNovember, at about leven o'clock, a young bushmann nname t-aynes was riding alone- the roa'l1 I;bctwere, ) kleigh and )anternog, when he fell in rt.h another man on horse?back, a total stranger, and, after a little ecnver.t -ion, the igreed to race for drinks to the Melbourne hunt Ioitel, a short die~unce further o. i loch started off' i::nediately at top speed. -ayneos found himself at once in front, but he never looked behind, and came in the vinner. The other horse galloped by the next moment, but did not stop. Ilavnes dislnounted, and walking into the bar, de claimed loudly against the "sell" which h:ld been )put upon him. Information was brought in, however, that the horse had galloped by without a rider, and afterwards the rider was carried into the hotel, having been picked up insensible, with a severe con. usion on his tcmple. lie was placeed on the liooo of a room, wit.lh a couple of pillows under his head, :;il covered over with ...

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