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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 January 1870

ADVERTISEMENTS   MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.   THE Annual General Meeting will be held on   TUESDAY, 11th January, at 8 o'clock, in the Institute, for the purpose of receiving the report and   electing office bearers for the ensuing year. C. PITMAN Hon. Sec. THOMAS LANSLEY'S VETERINARY FORGE, REAR of MALONEY BROTHERS, New Township   Orders promptly attended to. Horses shod at shortest notice. ' YOUNG CLYDE." TO TRAVEL THIS SEASON, IN THE DISTRICTS OF TALLAROOK, SEYMOUR, MANGALORE, and DARGALONG,   The Imported Draught Stallion "Y O U N G CL Y D E.' YOUNG CLYDE is a rich dark-bay horse, got by   the celebrated horse Old Clyde," out of     "Flower," imported by' R Kerniods, Esq, to Tas- mania. His symmetry is perfect, he is 16 hands 3 inches in height, and powerful in proportion. He has proved himself a sure foal getter, and his stock are remarkably strong and staunch workers...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 January 1870

Thounna Webb TrAner. I ar e untant of Ith Comz mrreial fh' k, Melhourt e, wtbs br ught up at the (it . Ccut i.n Tl-ur?day, charged, on remeni', with fmgir g an acrour.tah!e teceipt for £.(0(O, arld on two new infrr anion. with hfrging an are unrable receip? f r £3.0r.0. and obltanirg £L.CCO ly false pretences. The informai n in regard to the aeeond foreiry wra *rroneously drawn out in the sum rf £1 000, but the do..umntt allg=d to have been forged turned out to represent the cun or 3,000. It will be rrmembered than, Thunrtay weer, tie pri.cner was conmriteil f'?r treal on a ohar. e of mb, zling t'e eum of £1 0.0 9. 6d, which weas paid to him as accurntant to open a runnirng seaount a the Commercial Bark, in the aame of Merasa Derr i ynhire and Brunke, but which he had ronve'ted to his own nue. There were then againrt him two. t-er charnte, one of Isrceny and ore of forcing an account. able rereipt for £4,000. ht both of three were post) poned till Thursday Jet. Wien the c:ae r~ae rn...

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[To the Editor of the Free Press.] [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 January 1870

[To the Editor of the Free Press.] Sm,--If the late Mr Samuel Warren, before the commencement of his " diary of a late physician," had' been unfortunately obliged to become a resident of Kilmore, nd' had the same proceedings then been in the habit of taking place, that now so frequently occur at our local cemetery, his chapter with. the above title might have been filled with other scenes than those- arising from the. practices of resurrectionists. He wruld have spoken of cofits with their occupants, hiddenin the bush a whole night, awai ing the tardy. services of the preparer of their last earthly resting place; he could have told a tale, a harrowing tale of relatives watching the repeated attempts to place in his last home all that remained of their loved one, and he could have spoken in words that would have thrilled through his reader's hearts, of a last sad desecration of that sacred place (so aptly called "'God's Acre" by the Germans) when, literally half-in half out of his gr...

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Tuesday, January 11. Before Mr Akehurst, P.M, and His Worship the Mayor. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 January 1870

Tuesday, January i1. Before Mr A.kehurst, P M, and His Wor ship the Mayor. The Queen per Isabella Colwall v Patrick Collins, for assault with intent to commit a; rape. Defendant was committe.l for trial at the next general, sessions at Kilmore. Peter Colville charged with attempting to. commit suicide, was remanded to 24th inst. for medical examination. Thomas Ritehard v Donald Cameron, for assault;. damages laid at £20. Dismissed.

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A STRANGE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 January 1870

A STRANGE STORY. eposesible existence of another survivor of t'~e pore meassacre should be a mat:er of far more eat to us, and though there may be some dills ul. on the way. we think the Government of Indii something to the memory of one of its old se, and somehming to his representatives, if any tm exist. And that one does exst is affirmed, inner that at least leaves a probability of the of the atitement. We apprehend that the faets sbe known to Government, and it would bd latory to learn that something has been at ed, even if nothing has been dne. The story been detailed to us very circumstantially, with e4h eeteil to leave it open to the supposition is all imagina!ion. The story is in substance rieadier Sir Hugh Wheeler, who was in oom at Cawnpore at the time of tl e mutiny, had own up daughters.. These were both wibh him ua was besieged with the garrison at Cawnpore. arregem ent of terms of cspitulatinn with the besieged weru condutosd by him to the under pretence of eesi.ting t...

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"SWEARING OFF." [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 January 1870

"SWEARING OFF:" (From Humbug.) It seems rather hard that I ehould'b. looked upon as a robber and a villain of the. deepest dye solely because I "' swore off" all intoxicating liquors for two years. And yet it is "so," and I am the most miserable hu4 man being in Australasia. During some years past, I had been in the habit of getting. drunk some eight or nine times a week, in a snug little hotel that lay just midway be. tween my office and my ,home. I used to. make myself quite pleasant, whether in the bar or in the back parlour, and I often broke half a dozen glasses of a night. They were " cast" ones, but-I always paid for "cut," and in this respect my playfulness used to cost some 15s per week, about two thirds of which I set down as profit for the lessee,. For the drinks which 1 consumed and for those which I did not consume, I paid as nearly as possible two pounds per week, anti all in the same hotel. I was looked upon as one of the family (though in a respectful sort of way), a...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 January 1870

PUBLISHED TUBUSDAY AMORNINGS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1870. TAE many advantages which accrue from the existence of mechanics' institutes and free libraries in our midst are almost ineal culable, and if our population would only grasp at the opportunities within their reach for acquiring knowledge, even our local Mechanics Institute, on a small scale though it be, would furnish ample food for the mind, and serve to elevate the characters of those who, unfortunately for themselves, not only fail to pursue those paths of study within their reach but actually dwindle away their precious time in the most useless and expent sive pursuits. We have often drawn attention to the deplorable fact that many of the youths of this town, spend their time in a manner which is calculated to- degrade their minds and render them totally unfit for any high calling in fife. They lavish the time at their disposal--in such a way as would lead one almost to the belief that time is at their command-and the lit...

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A STRANGE STORY FROM MOZAMBIQUE. KIDNAPPING BY AN ENGLISH MAN OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 January 1870

A STRtaYQISM STORY FROM MOZAM BIQUE. KIDNAPPING BY AN ENGLISH MAN OF.WAg, The Portugese officers belonging to the Infauta Don Juan tell some queer stories about the dealings of the English at the Moztimbique They charge the British with winking at what Mrs Beebher Stove would call trafficking in hunan flesh and blood, saying at thl s?me time we do more than " wink." They say that the commander of a a;-idsh man of war (they make no secret of the name) which has been cruising be, tween the Morambi-ue and Seychelles, has baen discvered to have carried off a lot of " niggers" on several occasi ns-three times .distinctly known. The first time the story was circulated about, and the masters of the men found missing made a great row about it. The ship returned, and the commander in her. The commander braved it out, and after lying at the anchorage some time, was found to have gone off again, and again a valuahle lot of dusky servants disappeared. The Governor was in a towering rage. The ma...

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KILMORE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE AND FREE LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 January 1870

KILMORE MECfI NL.I' TNPlTITU'T? AND FREE LIBRARY. The annual general meeting-was held in the hall on Tuesday, 11th instant, when a number of the committee and members were present. The report and balance'sheet were read and adopted, the amount to credit of the institution being £27 1a 81. The committee pissed special votes of thinks to Messrs Lobb, Duffy, and Bourke, M.L.A.'s, for exerting themselves in the interests of the institute, and obtaining the Government grant for the bui!ding fund. Some discussion took place as to the advisability of canvassing the town for subs'criptions, as Ihe number of subscribers to this, the only literary institui tion in the district, is absurdly dispropri tioned to the population. It was finally settled that Messrs W. Davis, S. Taylor. .1. C. Hayes, and T. Hunt should act as co!leci tors. As the supply of books has been lareely increased.. and a new iastalment is daily expected from Melbourne, the coml mittee have great hopes that many oat the inha...

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Friday, January 7. Before Laurence Arcus Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 January 1870

Friday, January 7.7 \ Before Laurence Arenu Esq., J:P. Michael Stapleton charged kith being: drunk and disorderly, was fined 10s, in default 24 hours imprisonment. The same on a charge ofwiful damage to private property,.. was fined 5s penalty, and 34s for damage. done, i, default 14 days imprisonment.

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MANSLAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 January 1870

3ANSLAUGHTER. - On Friday last an inquest was held at the Kilmore Hospital, by Mr Akehurst, P.M. coroner for Victoria, on view of the body of John Graham, a man of colour, who died in the institution on the previnsaa morning. From the evidence adduced, it appeared that on the 30th December- deceased eilled at a publichoueekept by Richard Ross, at Broady ford, at which place were ,-esace, John, and Thomas Johnson, three brothers. Deceased, who was talking with Isaac Johnson in the bar, called for two beers,; and upon being asked by the landlord who was to pay for them, a dispute arose, between deceased and Isaac Johnson, the former putting his fist to the face of the latter, t' the same time using bad language, and inviting him outside. Deceased- struck with his fist at Johnson whilst going out, and after they went outside a row, which lasted about two minutes, took place; they then came into the hotel, aeceesed having a littlo blood on hir nose: when there Isaac Johnson struck at de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 January 1870

IMPORTANT TO FARMER&S John Fynn an. o B EG to intimate to. the FARMERS of KILMOiR and. SURRBOUID ING DISRICTS that they have taken . O' D EAS ILL S (Lately Occupied by MESSRS DEiRAVES & CO), and are now prepered to BUY WHEAT in any QUA NTITI ES. A FIRSTICLASS MILLER has been engaged, and J F. & Co. hope that. by Spceal At. tention to GRISTING, which will be done at the Usual Charges, to merit a Share of Custon, UNION FLOUR MiLLS, KILMORM' TEE Farmers of the surrounding distric' and business nen of Kilmore are respectfully informed that all FLOUl, &c., a', produce of Grist senttothe above Mille tvill be guaranteed superior-also, all Flour, &"., sold. JOSEPI EAGER, Late Miller for Degraves and Co. P.S.-Wheat Bought at Full Market, Value, and all Gristing ots done separatly nd productively.

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DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, January 5, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 January 1870

DALMAHOY 'OAMPBELL AND CO'8 REPORT. Melbourne, January 5, 1869: AT CATTl.--1,445 head being entered for the week's supply, 950 passed the hammer to'day at prices slightly under last week's rates. They no uisted principally of good nusaful butoher's meat, the greater portion being bullocks, with only a few prime pens amorg them. There was a good attendance of town and country buyers, including a few graziers, and considering the late warm weather, with the large supply forward, prices did not rule so lowl as was anticipated. We quote best beef at 17s 63 per 100 lbs. Best bullocks at from £3 to £9; second, £6 to £7; inferior, £4"to £5. Best cows at from LS IOs to L6 5s ; second, L,4 10s to LS; inferior, 'none offered. We sold 423 for Mr John Dargin, Meo qnarie River, at an average of L5 13s, and pill to morrow sell 250 prime cows for Messrs Massie, Dar ley, and Greene, from Merungle station. 'AT OALvRs.-44 head were yarded to day, the majority of them being good sized useful reelers. ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 January 1870

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCF KILMORE. George Hudson quotes: Oats, Colonial, S 0Od to 63 61 per pw'.el Bran, is 8d per bushel Pollard, 2s od per bushel Nay, new L31..r ton Chaff, ~s per cwt Potatoer Es to 6* per owt., LAN.OEFIELID The Chroniole rrports as foilo's Wheat Es 6A to 6s 6d per bushel F:lor L15. per ton pollard is 9d to 2s per bushel Bran s 6d do KYNETON. Tneday, Oat 95. The Guardica-'reports as followa Wheat (,pilling) 7a Od to 7s e per bushel. Data, 5S 101 to 6s Od do Rje grass e'ed, 6e to 7s do Pctatoea, £5 5S to £5 10' per ton BE ATHCOTE 2S. According to the Times, the following prices rule for colorial produce at Heatlcote : Flour LI1 10 per ton Wheat 7s to 7e 6d per bushel Oats 6s 61 do Cape Carley 41 6d to Ss do laize 7e do 'ran is Sld 0 ,ollard is 10I to 2c do rotatoes £6 to £7 per ton Hay £7 to £8 do Obaff L5 to £6 do B?tter (good fresh) is Od per Ibi Eggs 9d per dozen BENALLA. Thursday, 7th The Ensign reports the following as the prices rul' tag : Flour, £15 to £-15 10...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 January 1870

BIIOAI)MlE bOW8.-Im- ounded at Broat< meadows s'eel arry draught hnresr, W cf shoulder, star, small a ,ips and snip. shod If not claimed, &^, to be saol on 2nrl February. W F BHILL, Poandrkeeper U1GsBUltI --mlapouJfed at Glsborne rrd anidwhite Iater, about two years old, no visible b ands Ii not claimed, &d, to he le'14 n Feb 2 Ir & DIXON, Pcondkaeper 1 E A t CO r'V-impounded at Heat.hou; . blerik pory mare, small sair, near Lind foot white, JR4 n"ar shnuldtr (JR cor jointd) ble(k ft I. near h;nd loht white, grey habe on flank aid 1tal cheenrti mare, s'ar and stripe, sadrle and colar marked, EJ near rclck, near shou.der hame cff ifre fo't It r:dt o'aimed, &,'. to h ?l3l"r 2rA '1 Feh. J I AMILTON. Pjtrndkrprr LOiOG¶ OOD-lmuu.t.d:: g: t"., ni oCretnurt orse, smr and traip, lik' GQ.00 fa o. zotlrcer (hn 00 oiv.j ,ined) bay mars, erar an1 *n p, three fi.l 4 rk . ijrt, M nrer ehsoulde,. 589 .f randleo If not claimed, &4. to he ruld on 2 ...

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COLORED CHILDREN RECOGNISED AS HEIRS OF A WHITE MAN.—100,000 DOLLARS INVOLVED. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 January 1870

COLORED CHILDREN uRECOGNISED AS HEIRS, OF A WHITE MN-?? lC0,000 DOLLARS INVOLVED. Before Judge Bramhall, of the Hustings Court, Samuel Shippen, of the Philadelphia bar, moved that Lee George, of.Philadelpbha, be allowed to qualify as administrator of the estate of the lte William- 0. George, of ichmond; Who died ino eptember : George, who was present when the;,\a was made, Is an intelligent and well ed colored man, apparently about twenty years of age, and claims to be theo s'oof deceased by Caroline Jackson, a colored: man, born out of wedlock, but subsequent legitimised according to the tlaws of Pensa vania, and recognised as a child. Mr Goor was a well-known citizen of Richmond, wh died inteatati, owning at thi time real estate in the city valued at aboilt 100,000 dollars. The petitioner claimed that the deceased had? two children by his connection with Catohnd Jackson-himself and a sister named Ado. laide George. Wishing her. to be bette provided for than she could be at the Sou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 January 1870

AD VETISEMENTS. V R To the Bench of Magistrates at Kilhnore. 1 JOHN O'C00ONOR, n( w residing at Reedy 1 C'reek, in the Colony of Victoria, do hereby give notice that it is my intention to apply to the justices sitting at the Court of leotty beta sions to be holden at the Courthouse, Kilmore, on the twontysfirst day of January, 1170, for a certificate authorising the ioeue of a Beer Licence for a house situated at KilmorLe, the said house containing two sittingrooms and one bed. Sroom-exclusive of those required for the use of my family,-and not now licensed. Dated this 3rd day of January, 1870. JOHN O'CCNNOR. To the Bench of Magistrates at Kilmore. ALEXANDER M'KAY, now rtsiding 1t , Bylands in the colony of Victoria, do hereby give notice that it is my intention to apply to the Justices sitting in the Court ol Petty Sessitons to he ho'den at Kilmore on the 21st day of ,Tanu:: y 1S70, for certificate authorieing the issue ofa ~eer Licerc-, for a house situated atByland!s,-the said ho...

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THE CONFESSIONS OF A NERVOUS MAN. OF MY MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 January 1870

TiIE CUNFESSIONS OF A NEISOUS MAN. OF MY MY ARRIAGEI I suppose (my memory is not a good one) that I have been, on the whole, in love with forty yo,ung ladies. I think that is the nuailbr. I was trying to reckon, the otLer day, antd got as far as thirty-three. I know there are more; but I cannot, for the life of me, recal their names. My memory is growing frightfully bad. It is with the utmost possible difficulty that I can recollect what f did at the age of six. Dr Forbes Winslow may be prepared very shortly for a fee. I think these forty young ladies are to be pitied. Each one stood a fair chance of having a husband-one fair chance each one after the other, had I been less wonder fully made; I mean had I been born with less nerves. But ever since the moment-a moment of ineffable delight-when I found two new hairs upon my throat, two unquali fied assertions of manhood ; ever since the moment when I had learned to look furtively at the window of a pastrycook's shop, reso lute not to ...

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PERAMBULATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 January 1870

PE B A BU L AT '0 IO . IMy idei ahout Kilmnre beinz ode of the best places in the 'nlony-aye in the world- in daily reLeivifn flirther exemplifieation, and further tests c.,inot Eril to prove to the most stupid that I a' never in the wrong (not even when I extractel :an apology from the man who wact,.! to shake han.ls rather abruptly with a'w,). The latest instance of the sagacity rantd :ffhction of the people of this ditrict is ,trui, eblif'in_, and even I would fail to see the force of it, or rather I could not pronerly aprnreei ate the kindness of the generous he.-,,ted souls, so accustomed am I to see mtagn'in nn:ot dO'eds performed, were it not to?,' i:- enlightened by a gentleman frienrl of ni',; who is in the habit of witnessing hunri-~i in :r less fivoralbl, garb. I began to'iirin hin how delightfully situated we were in, more respeets than one, but spiced my re.n '.rk wihi a few growls against our local gowernmii'nt. our apatheti; commercial men, our ep-neter" trustees, and...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Thursday, January 6, 1870. Before Laurence Arcus Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 January 1870

KILMORE POLICE COURT. Thursday, January 6, 1870. Before Laurence Arcus Esq., J.P. Isaac, Thomas, and Joseph Johnstone were charged with the wilful murder of John Graham, and remanded to 11th inst.

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