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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 March 1870

COUIMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILfMORE. George Iudson o'nte, :- O(ts, Cr.'loli, 3' Gti tu 3.. 91 per bue'.el Bran. 1 3d per bushel Pollard, la Gid per ushbel }lay, row L3 1 r ton ,Cllatf, 43 per cwt Potatoes, 41 6d to 5a prr cwt LANCEFIELD? The Chronicle reports as foilus :--_ Wheet 5s Gd to 6s Gd per buhlci Flcur L15 per ten Pollard 1s 'Jd to 2a per bushol Bran la 6d do

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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SPRINGFIELD R AD BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 March 1870

SPRINGFIELD R AD BOARD The ordinary meeting of the Springfield Road Board was held on Monday last, the members in attendanee beirg the Chairman (NMr Allan) and Messrs McLeod, O'Dwyer, Flennagan, and Ford. The minutes of previous mectfrg having been read and confirmed, Correspondenc, 'received sinoe last meeting, was deal. with as follows: 1-From Roads end Bridges offieo, returning documents to be filled up, and for cr iloeate of local auditors. Reorived. 2-From Evans Brothers, relative to printipg 3 -From the Treasury, calling attention to scoount pessed to Board: 4-From Roads and Bridges office, forwarding copy of Shires Statue, Received 5-From Assistant Commissiiner of Boads and Bridges, asking for statistical information. The oldek was instructed to supply required information, 6-From the Cha:rman and clerk of the Board (who were eppoikted delegates at a previ-us meeting) ieporting result of their labours at a conference from the various road boards throughout the colony held in ...

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DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S. REPORT. Melbourne, March 2, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 March 1870

DALMAI1OY CAMPBELL AID 00'8. REPORT. Melbourne, March 2, 1870: FAT CATTLr.-2 693 head were entered for the' we, k's supply, 1081 of which were yarded and disc posed. of this day. The balance will be offered to morrow. The description of those to hand ranged from inferior to good, with.a few prime pers amongst them, all of which were from the North. There was a good attendance of the trade, including, some country butplers, but owing to.the number entered being in excess of-requirements prices. ruled lower by about 15s per head on last week's quotations, say best beef, 2a8 per 100 Ibs, or best bullooks, £7 to £7 153, second, £6 to £6 10 ; inferior, from £3. upwards; best cows, L6. to L6 10s, a few prime up to L7 12 6.1 ; second, La to L5 10s. We sold 224 head for Mr W Hoffman, of Merri Merri Gal station, and 12 head for Mr McOellum, from Melton, at above quota'ione, and will to-morrow sell 93 head of really prime bullocks, from Messrs Nankivell and Calvert, Perrin Yallcck. FAT CAL~a....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 March 1870

BENALLA-Impounded at Benalla brown horse, star, hind feet white, M very faint over IG near shoulder, 23 near neck If not claimed &o, to be sold on March 30. J WATTS, Poundkeeper HEATHCOTE-Impounded at Heathcote bay colt, small star, W£ near ehoulder, H near thigh grey mare, R near shoulder, TW (in parallelogram) TW (in parallelogram) near and off rumnp, TW (in parallelogram) off shouh der, shod roan strawberry heifer, N off thigh red and white poley heifer calf, E off rnmp red and white spotted bullock, H and blotch off rump, like HI off ribs red and white spotted heifer, IN off rump If not claimed &o, to be sold on 30th March JOHN HAMILTON, Poundkeeper LANOEFIELD.-Impounded at Lanceeleld roan mare, large soar off hind fetlock and enlarged, small lump on chest, DOW near shoulder. bay mare, black points, like R near shoulder bay horse, star, little white over near nostril, off hind fetlock whitejoint of off hind leg enlarged no visible brands If not claimed, &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 March 1870

,f'ESSR8 GORDON & GOTCH, or Collins stree '. west, Melbourne, have been appointed agent r this Journal. Mr GOOCH, Ballarat, has been appointed agent this journal. LONDON AGENCY. THE PnFa Pn;SS may be read gratuitously in Lon on, at the News Rooms of Merars GonDON and Go-OU, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and subserip one for the usme are received. TIIH KILMORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY .MOi RNIG ?`> AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. I"°THE terms or advertising in the Kilmore Free <:i, Press are as under - = TWO SHILLINGS AND BIXPENOE PER SINCH. A reduction of ten per cent will be made for advertisementi ordered f7r one month; twenty per ent for two months; and thirty-three per cent for b hree months --beyond which time a special arrange. Smeat will be made. The terms of subscription to the KilmorePe'ee Press 4 will be B6s6d per quarter in town, and 7s 6d if posted the country. The Quarters for subseription to the Free Press will commence on the 23rd...

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[To the Editor of the Free Press.] [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 March 1870

[?To the Editor..of the Free Press.i -o SIR,-In.reply to a letter bearing Mr Carnie's signature in your impression of last week, permit me, to say that if the Rev D Meiklejohn has preached so very often in the distriots of Tallarook and Manga-   lore, it, does not reflect to his credit that he never pointed. out to the P resbytery the desirability of. settlinga Minister in that locality, the, only reason that can be assigned is purely selfish. On the other hand, the Rev R Hunter was early settled.in Kilmore: in the latter end of '66, and a short time after held services at Mangalore, and Seymour, which latter. place is not far from Tallarook Flat, and he was then so thoroughly convinced. of the importance of the, districts, and that through ignorance they had been neglected by the Presbyterian Church; he (Mr H) in the early part of '69,urged, upon the Presbytery to send. Ministers on trial so as to form a charge there. From these facts it will appear that it was through...

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TERRIBLE TRAGEDY IN NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 March 1870

TERRIBLE TRAGEDY IN NEW YORK. A terrible tragedy, recalling in some of its features the famous Helen Jewitt mur der, but invested, in addition, with shadows qf dark mystery, occurred at 69 Elizabeth street, New York, on the evening of the 2nd January, at a house of assignation, kept by Mrs Berk. Among the visitors to the occupants of the back room, every Sabbath afternoon for the past five months, have been an unknown gentlemaq and a closely veiled lady. Nothing was known of the parties by Mrs Beck, except that the man engaged the room every previous Saturday, and that the mysterious woman, whose face she had never seen, met him at the isual time. Last evening at 0.30 o'clock, pistol shots were heard in the room. Mrs Beck and a policeman hastily brake in the door, and foupd the man lying on the floor i'anesihle, with a pistol shot through the right temple. His companion, a handsome and apparently refined and intelligent lady, was lying near him with a ghastly wound in the left templ...

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A HORROR OF THE SEA. SUICIDE OF OVER 200 COOLIKS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 March 1870

A HORROR OF THE SEA. 8I1rcD Or ovER 200 CO.QLIES. The Havauna Correspondent of the New York World, writing on the 11th November Iast,.give the following narrative of the revolt, despair, and suicide, of a number of Coolies, who were being transported from OChina and Cuba: A "drama of the sea"' that in scences of horror and incident~ of death, stands forth with unfortunate prominence, lhau just been brought under public notice herd. Since Sunday, two veasels carrying coolies have arrived-the Salvadorian ship Mcaao, with 400 Colonos Asiaticos, anti the French barque r'amaris, and with only 68. It is upon the latter vessel that the drama occurred. Havy ing left Mhacao for iavanna en February 6, with 300 indentured Chinese, a Chinese doea tor, Portugge~e interpreter, a captain, and a crew of eighteen men, the vessel sailed to g.ithin 270 miles of Java without anything notable happening on board; but then and there, the indentured Chinese revolte4 and killed the captain an4d the interpre...

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A NOBLE HOD-CARRIER. [GALENSBURG FREE PRESS.] [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 March 1870

A NOBLB HOD-C4,I?-IER. [iALErsEBV aQ PREE PRESS.] On Thursday afternoon Colonel Carr, the postmaster, received a heavy sealed docur meat at his office, marked Vienna, and di rected to "Herr Carl Von Vechter, Galens burg, Knox county, State of Illinois, United States of North America." Knowing that the massive letter must be of importance from its created seals and official appearance, he despatched Mr William Post, chief clerk of the oflice, in search of Herr Von Yechter. Mr Post made diligent enquiry of several, but could not find any trace of the wanted individual until he met Mr John Loos, the well known saloonkeeper on the east side of the square. Mr Loos knew a Charley Yech ter ; he was working on the new hotel build ing, and both walked over there, where they found Vechter about to ascend a ladder with a hod on his shoulder, When Mr Post handed him the letter and he had read it, the delight of the hodman knew no boands. He threw his hod full of bricks away and embraced Mr Post...

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THE OUTRAGE IN THE MILITARY RESERVE. [DAILY TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 March 1870

TIE OUTRAGE IN TIIE MILITARY RESERVE. [DAILY TELEO$A?.I.] Mark Go, an, a soldier belonging to the 14th Regiment, was charged with committing a rape upon the person of a woman named Rosey Parsons. The ro.eecutriz, who del scrihed herself as a soldier's wife, said that on the night of Friday last, about half*.past ten o'clock, she was going along the St Kilda road from the barracks when she met the prisoner who made improper overtures to her, and dragged her Off the road in a very brutal manner. She screamed loudly for assistance when illhused, and had suff'red pxceedingly from the illtreatment she re, ceive4 frotm the prisoner. He told her he would murder her she if cried out for assisti ance. A baker named James Essex, residing at Malvern Hill, said that aboqt the hour mentioned he was on the St. Kilda road, near the swamp, ,vhen he heard cries for as aistance, and a ?pan threatening to kill a woman if she did not keep quiet. He procured the assistance of an officer's ser vant ina.e...

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HEATHCOTE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 March 1870

E ATHCOTE According to the Times, the following, prices rut for colonial produoo at Heathoote : Flour L12.to L12 10. per ton Wheat 4s 6d to 4s 9d per bushel Oats 3s 6d to 45 do Cape t arley 2s 6d to 8, 9d de Maize 7s do Bran 1s Odc do Pollard is 3d do Potatoes £5 per ton tay £3 to £4 do OChff L6 to £6 do futter (good fresh) Is Sd per lb Eggs Is per dozen

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BENALLA. Thursday, 7th [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 March 1870

aRNALLA. Thursday, 7th The Esaigereports the following w the prices rulh ng : Flour, £15 to £15 10s per ton. Wheat, 6s Od per bushel Pollard, Is 6d de Bran, Is 6d do Qate 41 Qd to 56 61

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DONNYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 March 1870

DONNYBROOK. E, Uremani Donnybrook fnour mill qnoteues foUlowa Flour, £l2.Csa.per ton Bran, Is 4d per bushel Pollard 1& 6d per boshel;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 March 1870

ADVERTISEMENTS. SEYMOUR ROAD DISTRICT. TENDERB, TENDER will be received until 11 o'olook a,m of Tuesday, 6th April, for the following works 1- Works on road at Mangalore 2-Works, H gh street, Seymour 3-Works near M'Laohlan's farm, Seymour 4-New bridge, Reedy Creek, near Mr Dozey's Farm, Upper Ooulb ,rn Road Plans and sperifl'tliou. at ihis qflos. Each tender to ba endorsed" ['ender for-,-" Any tender n.t neceesarily accepted By order, T HO WARD, Clerk R 4 Poard office, Seymour, 14,h March 1870 •IONSTAL GOLD MININM4 COJ1PaNY (Registered), Reedy Oreek.-Tenders asr in vited for carting quartz from the claim to machine ; also for supnl-;i firewood. Apply at once to the manager at the work-, or ti the underiened.: WILLIAM SCOTT, Manager; Ulfces-37 Market street, Melbourne, 12th March, 1870 I fEREBS give noti e that I intend to apply to the President of the Board of Land and Works, under P.rt 2 of the Land Aet 1869, for a licence to reside on or cultivate 47 acres of land in bhe paish of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 March 1870

ADVERTISEMENTS. LANCEFIELD ROAD DISTRICT. TENDERS. 'fENDERS, addressed to the Chairman of the L Lancefield Road Board, will be received up to two o'clock p.m: on the 22nd March instant, For forming, metalling, draining, &o., about 118 chains of the Lancefield Main Road, in four seo:iov?,1 106 ohains north of Dr Phipp's residence, and 12 chains south of same. Pians and specifications to be seen at the office of the Board on and after the 15th inest (By order) T. GANNON, Clerk. &o. jie'rict Road Board Office, Lanaefield, March 7th, 1870 SPR1NGFIELD ROAD DISTRICT. TENDERS. TENDERS will be received by the Beard of the abrve Road District up to 1 o'clock p.m. on Mon day, the 21st instant, for works on Qainlan's Gully, Springfidld. Plans and specifications to be seen at the office of the Board on and after Monday, the 14th inst. The lowest or any tender not_neoessarily asoep ted. By order, SH JT HUNT, Clerk, &e. Road Board office, Maroh7th, 1870 SPRINGFIELD ROAD DI...

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DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S, REPORT. Melbourne, March 16, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 March 1870

DAJMAiQY. CUAfP BELL ANN.D: c' L, REPORT. ?iMlbourne,,Maroh 1~, 1870j. FAT-COATTt.-- d9o3 head were entered for the week's supply, 1,061 of which were yarded and dies poaed of this day. The balance will be offered to-. morrow. Tae desor;ption of those to handranged from inferior to eood, with a few.prime pens amon?at them, all.of which were fromu the North. There was a good, at;endance of. the trade including some country butohers, lbut owing to the number entered being in.excess of requirements prices ,ruled low'er by about 15e per. head on last weed's quntations,..say best beef 20.s per 100.b. or best ballocks, £7-to •£715s , second; £i6to £6.104 ; inferior, from £3, upwards; hest cows, L6 to L6 101, a fewr prime up to L7;12s 61; second, L5,to L5 10s.. We sold 224, head for Mr W Hoffman, of Merri Merri Gil station, and 12.head for Mr McOCallum, from Melton, at above quota'iens, and will tc-mnrrow sell 93 head of. really prime bull"ck*, from l4gsers ?nki~nell and Calvert, Perrin Ya...

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Tuesday, March 11th. FORGERY AND UTTERING. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 March 1870

Tuesday, Maroh litho 3OB000Y AND UTTEBRIG. Richard Bold who on the previous day was ao goited on a charge of forgpry and uttering wao again placed in the dock on a charge of having forged the name of bis fatheiintlaw, Joseph Wilson, to bill of exchange for £50; a second count charge prisoner with uttering same p.isoner, who pleaded ,ot Guilty, wai defended by fr Byrne prom the evidence in this case it appeared that prisnnergae" Gao'a- Abbot, a brewer at Lancefield, ns ansptsoce for £50 purp rting ot he a ilned by of a Joeph Wilsou, whim ariconer alleeed was ht faher-i law. Wi son deposed tOat his name was Job and not Joseph Wilson, that he never Iwop by the l]ter name, and that ie never signed the bill in question nor authorisad his name to be attached to it by the pric,ner In cross examination it was elicite4 that prisoner told Mr Ahb-t that Wilson wouid back a bill for him, sod after getting the bill and its falling due Wilson told Abbot he did not sign it. After toe bill ws, due ...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1870 ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH AMIL. GENERAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 March 1870

Punwkfr THUEBSDA7MOBrNI . STHURS. AY, MAR.QH 17, 1870,, ARRIVAL GENERAL SUMMARY. Parliamnent assenmbles on February 8, Mr Gladstone and Mr Disraeli have issued eir culars to their respective followers, urging' a full attendance. Owing to the impossibility of arriving at an iagreemeit resajctinig the appointment of a new Conservative leader of the House of Lords, Lord Cairns holds the post for.theo present. A meeting of colonists was held in Cannon street, London, on the 5th of January, When Mr Beaumont's resolutions were, adopted; they asserted tlie ght'of t.-the icoloiies.to protection, the. importance of. encolragrngn emigration, and finally declared? that?the separation of the colonies from the.mother, country would be an 'irreprable, injnry to the British Empire,` and dught to be prel vented by every legitimat. means of; policy. and statesmanship; The Times, expresses strong opposition to the abandonment of any of the: colonies; a national "colonial league has been formed on the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 March 1870

IMIPORTANT TTO ARM RS . hn ynn ad Coo BEG to intlmate to the FARMERS of KILMORE and SU3ROUND ING l1SRICTS that they have taken O D E A' M L S (Lately Occpie4.by -bIESSRS DEBRAVES & 00C). and are novr-preparedAto BUY WHEAT in any QUANTITIES. .A FIRSTOCLASS MILLER has been engaged, and J F. & Co. hope that by Special At. tention to GRI.STING, which will be done at the Usual.Charges, to merit a Share of. Custom. UNION FLOURT' MILLs KILMO?E. THE Farmers of the surrounding 4istrict and business men of Kilmore are ©espectfully'informd ' that all FLOUR, &c., as produce of Grist sent to the above Mill will be guaranteed superior-also, all Flour, &e.,' 4old. ": ' JOSpEP EAGEQ,R Late Miller for Degraves and Co. P.S,-Wheat Bought at Full Market Value, and all Gristing lots don. separately and productively. Seymour Steam Flonur ; Mills. -----o0 BEG to inform the Farmer3 of the Surrounding Neighborhood that theyearep epared to BUY WiHEAT in any Quantities at the H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 March 1870

ESSES GORDON & GOTCH, or Collins stree i west, Melbourne, have been appointed agent rthis Journal. Mr G000H, sUllart, has been appointed agent this journal. LONDON AGENCY. THE Fnml PEirs may be read gratuitously in Lon on, at the News Booms of Messrs GosnDO and OT?T1, 121 lolborn Hill, where advertisements and aubcrip ons for the same are received. THE KILMORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHE1D EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT syDpIE 8TREET, KILMORE. ?HE term, or sdrertbing in the Kilmore Free Frees are as under; TWO SHILLINGS AND BIKXPENOE PEB INOH, A reduction of ten per Bant will be made for advertisements ordered for one month t twenty per ent for two months; and thirty-three per cent for brae months t-boyond which time a special arrange ment will be made. The term of subscription to the Kilmore Fee Presc twill be 6s 6d per quarter in town, and 7s 6d if posted she country. The Quarters for 'nber?ption to the Free Press will commence on the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd september, and 23rd De...

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