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KYNETON. Tuesday, March. 8, [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 March 1870
KYINETON. Tuesday, Maroh.8. ~lour £12 to £I2 10i Vhiet 4. 0. to 4· 3d per bushel, Onta, 3+ Od to 8, 21 tin, U B5d to ls6d Pollard, 1.:4d Rye grass eyed, 8 o .7i.do Potatoes, 25.61 to £56 £0 per toql
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 March 1870
COgMERCIAL INTELLIGENOE $ILMORfl. george HBdeon qnotes.:.-. Oate, Colonie.l, 3s 6.1 to 33.9.1 pee but.dl lgran, le sd per bgihel Pollard, is 6d per b'sh91; pay, nnw L3 , r ton. Cbhzff, 4 perr cw *otlatoer, 4s 6d to 6o per cwt LANOEFIE[D. hbe Obronicle reports Si follows Wheat 5s 6d to 63 6d per bushel Flour L15 pet. tnn Pollard is 9d to 2, per bushel ran. Is 6d " do
RETURN OF THE GULNARE FROM PORT DARWIN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 March 1870
EITURJN OF THE GULNARE FROM PORT DARWIN. Captain Sweet arrived at Sydney on Wed nesday last, in command of the Gulnare schooner, chartered by the South Australian Government, having left Port Darwin on the 30th of January. Soon after the com mencement of his voyage, the Gulnare had to encounter strong westerly monsoons, and took the Torres Straits route, as recom. mended: At Port Darwin, Captain Sweet found that the Koh-i.noor, from Adelaide, had arrived a little before the Gulnare (on the 21st January) with passengers, cattle, and sheep, all right. The Koh-i.noor had been sent up from Adelaide to bring back to South Australia the remainder of the sur veying party. Dr Milner (acting as medical man and Government resident) had arrived in the Kohbi-saor, and was left behind at Port Darwin, with a staff of about forty men. The country round about Port Darwin is reported as having a very splendid appear, anco-that there was a magnificent supply of grass, and lots of water. It was arrang...
PROPOSED BYELAWS OF THE DONNYBROOK AND WALLAN WALLAN DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. BUSINESS OF THE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 March 1870
PROPOSED BYE-LAWS OF TIHE DONNYBROOK AND WALLAN WAL. LAN DISTRIOT ROAD BOARD. BUSINEBS OF TIIE BOO&D. 1: The ordinary meetings of the Board shall be held at the offices of the Board; at -Beveridge, on the last Tuesday in 'every month at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, and should any meeting be -adjourned in conse quence of a want of a quorum, such cireami stance, together with' the names of the mem. bers present, shall be recorded' in the minute, book. 2. The minutes of the preceding meeting shall be read as the first business at all meets ings of the Board in order to their' connirma tion (except when new members' have to, be introduced, which may take precedence of all other business), and no discussion shall be allowed thereon except as to their accu racy as a rectrd of the proceedings. 3. After the ,onfirmation of the minutes the order of business shall be as follows: I.-Reading letters received, and order. ing thereupon. It.--Reading copies of letters sent; mr.-Reading peti...
KILMORE GENERAL SESSIONS. Monday, 14th March, [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 March 1870
KJHMQOKE (GEN4RAI; SESSION$. Monday, 14th. March, ' His Honor'Judge MaIdab6r too:" hi) meat :dni the Bench at ten o'olook, aboompanied, by Mri :Akehurt P.M., bottIof hbtni were immediately afterwards joined: by :-ie Worship the Mayor-Ptv John Fynq, ,, The Jury list having been called; over eand a Jmy, 6mpannelled the following cases were. heard : W• - S . 1 oak2 ,".RYl , W'illUPhSptt was placed in the. dook charged with on the 3rd day of Felbruary at~Wallasn WallS 4d (lonniously fill 4 elfne Tit"th y Ward. .7&l ¶'Lqghlet, pr?eo0uil ori behadt of tbeOrowp tdiua aiteud by r M,. ]Byrn ; .Sm ti troted b4: Mr BMea appeared (or SeCrown Prosecutor opjnedl thea e bs alluding Sh generjt tocien inoneotioen the it. He p dou'l . crine in 4 eo T o tahe law amounted to murder. As a matter qf la* he had no right to use the 'un. The deceasedad no doubt been guilty of misdemeanour at prisonpr'.'hjuse, b.t he had no right to ~ie a'gun. He had. rowr to areshiniby 'g im ordiary force and bringi...
LATE TELEGRAMS London, February 10 [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 March 1870
LATE- TELEGRAMS LPndpn, February 10, -0 The Times .pblishes a letter. from Captain Cochrane, stating th!at Dr Livingstone.haa, been killed ;.the report: says that 'the int habitants of a native tow. accused the doc tor of bewitching their king, who died three days after;. Livingstone. had, passed on from.ttow.town.. but- they -pursued- him, captured him, and burnt him ;: the day after the publication.of- the letter, Sir Roderick: Murchison wrote to the Times, discrpditing the report Mr Bright has been seriously ill, but. has, recovered Parliament was, opened; on- February 8.. The Queen,.in her 'speechregretted that she was prevented; by. indisposition.from. opening. Parliament in person, the present. period,, the sneech.ssid; was regarded- as-one of rel markable public interest. Friendly relatiobns were ever.ywhere entertained towards Eng land;,and-cordially. reciproce.ted; There was. a. girowing disposition to.resort to. mediation in. cases.ofipalernational difference, and: the con...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 March 1870
Wi.h reference to the charitable institu. tions yore as concerns the' hospitals, the ffamiltou Spectator regrets to have learned, frqm a private source that "the arrangement proposed for distributing the vote in the proportion of £2 for every £1 contributed locally is likely to be knocked on the head= The goldfields influence will in this case be too qtrqong for the other interests, and a successful attempt will be made to perpetwu ate the unjust system qf giving t?o golds fields hospitals a subsidy amorinting to four or five times the sum raised from subscrip. lions; whilst the hospitals in the agricultural districts will have tb'he content with an en dowment of pound for pound, or any other su4 that may ble left over after the go!d' fields members have taken what their con stituents require." Meat preserving on a large.spale is going on at Eoliuca. •' The Echuca Meat Preservi ing Company," says the Riverine Herald, of 9th March, " have nearly finished the ex. tension of their buil...
HAPPY TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
HAPPY TIMES, It was the happy summer tide, The hedges all were blushing, With rosy wreaths on every side,' As though each bush had, been a bride, When Mark and May agreed to ride To see the water. rushing. They met a friend upon the rise; Each felt the other.blushing' What matter ?-all was paradise ! Riding beneath the golden skiep, Each guided by an angel's eyes, To see the water rushing. They saw the glen, they saw the gleam, But what with tears and blushing, All strange as in a lover's, dream, The rocks did glossy auburn, seem, And deepest violet ran the stream, "With all is water rushing. Long years they've travelled side by side, And lorg have left off blushing; They smile to think how once they sighed They smile whene'er they name the ride They took on that sweq~ summer tide To see the water rushing. Artemus Ward once lent money. He thus recounts the transaction:-" A gentle manly friend of mine came to me one day with tears in his eyes. I said, '?Why these weeps ?' IHe said he...
DONNYBROOK ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
DONNYBROOK ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, March 1. Precent :-The Chairman (Dr Wilson), Messrs Abbott, Wilson, Waitt, O'Connor Wright, and Smyth. Mr Wright, the Returning Officer for the Beveridge subdivision, introduced Mr Hawk as the member elected without opposition to fill the, vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr Fraser. Mr Hlawke having made the usual declaration took his seat at the table of the Board. The minutes of the previous meeting were 'ead and confirmed. Corresponpence as follows was then dis, posed of : 1-From the Secretary to the Conference Meeting heJd at Hocking's Hotel, Meh bourne, on the 22nd inst, asking members of this Board to attend 2-From the Secretary to the Shire of MDeldon, respecting the collection of Agriculi tural Statistics, &c. 3-From the Assistant Commissioner of Roads and Bridges, enclosing Shire Statute 4-From the Registrar General, acknow. ledging annual stastical returns. 5-From the [resident of the Acclimatii sation Society, asking a donation ...
KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
KILMORE BOROUGIUH COU OCIL1 Monday, March 21. Present :-His Worship the Mayor, Crs Dowling, Hickey, O'Connor and. Sugden. The minutes of the previons meeting were read and confirmed. Corresponpence as follows was then dia> posed of : 1-The Inspector of Nuisances' report, which was receiyed, and ordered to be cont sidered at next meeting: 2--From the Registrar General, relative to collection of statistics. Mr Perrott was appointed to collect the statistics and fort ward them to the Registrar General's office at a remuneration of £5,. 3-From Phillip Corboy, giving notice of his intention to appeal to the Court of Petty Sessions against the assessment on his pro. perty. Received, and it was decided to emi ploy Mr Meade to appear at.Court on be haltf of the Council. 4-From Sandhurst Borough Council, suggesting that in anticipation cf the next census of the colony about to be taken application should be made to the Goverun ment by the councils of shires, boroughs, and road boards, sol...
ST. PATRICK'S DAY IN KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
"sT. PATfRIQK'S DAl IN KILMORE. ' The anirsTary of tlse great; patron: saint of Irelnd : "was pdblicly celebrated for the first' time: id .Kilmowre on. Thursday" ast by the St Pariek's" Society. The manner in whichlthe amusementa provided. for the oc casion.were conducted must reflect. credit on the society under.;, whose, pat!onaged they were goti up, Vand od; th ismen .of xKi' more in gen ral Thos lajkrprs wIob:say that Iriahmen can never assemble im large numbers dwitjiot:. committing :fregnaent. breaches of the agce could hae practical; .:J. , _.. ... . . .. .-.. w J :1. .. ! . proof of the .falseness. of such assertions bi being present at the Kilhiore St- Patij " Sports. There, though over 1000 .were assembled, and refreshments of kind, from the " eau de vie Ville" "ofr j toper to the .teetotaler's, beverage-.._. beer- were plentifully supplied on grounds, still not a single case of drunket: ness or rioting occurred during the day. The paddock where.the sports were hel is situ...
DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, March 16, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
DAL&MAHOY CAMPBELL AND O'S REPOR?. Melbourne, March 16, 1870: FAi CATTLd.-2,093 head were entered for the week's supply, 1,0681 of which were yarded and dis, posed of this day. The balance will be offered to morrow. The desorption of those to hand ranged from inferior to.good, with a few prime pens amongst them, all:of which were from the North;. lhere was a good attendance of the trade including some country butohers, 'but owing to the number entered beine in excess of requirements prices ruled lower by about 1Sa per head on last week's quotations, say best beef 20s per -1001bs, or best bullocks, £7 to £7 15ss, second, £6" to £6;10 ; inferior, from £3: upwards; best cows, L6 to L6 10., a few prime up to L .12s 6d : second, L5.to LS 10s. We sold 224 head for Mr W Hoffman, of Merri Merri Gal station, and 12 head for Mr McCallum, from Melton, at above quota'ions, and will to-morrow sell 9ahead of really prime bullook,, from Messrs lankivell and Calvert, Perrin Yallock. FAT CAr...
CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
OBICKET MATOH. On Saturday last a friendly, game of cricld was played on the Kilmore ground betiT t a team.fromQ Romsey and eleven Kilmfl~; players, Owing.to, some of the .o l3a cricketers disappopi?iing, but seven play&, put in an appearance on the ground. 0;' though they had to compete with gr." numbers they did so.with great credit, being-very, doubtful at the beginning of t first innings of Kilmore which were abon prove the victors. Mr Lyster captained t Kilmore'team, and the Romsey players v1 underthe captaincy of, Mr Scott. The l.; throughout waa conducted in the best sp~i% andtheseven, who:played with indo?mit perseverance and pluck, deserved a bei,` fate. The Kilmore players, however, diD appear. p tobul advantage as they have d on previous. occasions, as they have hd . practice.whatever for a long: time past any looseness on the part of the batting recompensed foi by the bowling of :Cuilarid in d Pitman-at which- ogOupait Ir H Sugden was also employed to SdrL .tage....
KILMORE—1ST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
Lu310EE-leTr IN.Ii(G. E Pitman, b Prentice ... ... J Morrison b Scott .. ... 17 J Lyster, b Prentice ... ... .. 0 Cutland, b Scott ... ... 0 Hamilton, b Scott ... ... 0 Suden, run out .... 11 Lawrie, o and b Purcell ... Hunt, c Foster, b ?urcell ... ... 10 Grifin, b Prentice ... ... ... Bindley, b Prentice ... ... 0... .eshton, not out... ...... 2 Byes ... ... ... 10 Leg Byes ... ... ... 3 Wide Balls ... ... 2 NJ Balls ,, , . 6 Total . ... .... 64 _0
ROMSEY—2ND INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
flOmsBr-2ND INBINfS. Parell, b CutI&ad ,.,.,,, 6 Scott, b Pitman .... . 6 Hell, b Cutland 0 Poulton, lb w, b Cutlaud 0 Murpby* o Lyster . 1 Prentice, not out ...6 . Bretheiton, b Pitman,,, ... Byes 4" Wides .. . ... 4 Total ... ... 29 ----
HEATHCOTE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
HEATHOOTE. 26. According to the Time,; the following. :prices rule for ooloial prodooe at Heathoote : Flour L1? to L1i 10, per ton, Wheat 4s 6d to 4s 9d per bushel: Oats .3a 6S to4e do Cape barley 2s 6d to ,2t 9d do. Maize7s do Bran IsO do Pollard is 3d do. Potatoes £5 per ton ']ay £8 to £4 do haff LS. to £6 do Butter (good fresh). s 2d per lb. Fgges l per dozen
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
IMPORTANT TO FARMERS. John Fynn anid Co., BEE to intimate to. the FARBiERS of KILMORE and SURROUND ING DISRICTS that they have taken O 'DEA'S ILL S, (Lately Occnpied by MESSRS DEGRAVES & CO), and are now prepared to BUY WHEAT in any QUANTITIES. A FIRSTiCLASS MILLER has been engaged, and J F. & Co. hope that by Special At tention to GRISTING, which will be done at the Usual Charges, to merit a Share of Custom. UNION FLOUR MILJS, KILMORE. THE Farmers of the surrounding district and business men of Kilmore are ?espectfully informed that all FLOUR, &c., as produce of Grist sent to the above Mills •vill be guaranteed superior-also, all Flour, &c, sold. JOSEPH EAGER, Late Miller for Degraves and Co. P.S.-Wheat Bought at Full Market Value, and all Gristing lots. done separately and productively. Seymour- Steam Flour Mills. BEG to inform the Farmers of the Surrounding Neighborhood that they'arp prepare BUY WHEAT in any Quantities at the Highest Current Prices...
Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
A local land,board is announced to sit at Kilmore on Friday, the 20th April. The Board is to consist of Mr J L Lewis, of the Crown Lands Office, the District. Police Magistrate, and District Surgeon, with. thq Mayor of Kilmore, and the local member of Castlemais.p Mining Board, as. honorary. members. Should it not be the local memi ber. of Sandhurst Mining Board? A local laud Board will sit at Benalla on. the 10th ApriL The Surveyor General, District Police Magistrate, snd.District Sun veyor, with the President of Shire of Benalla, and Chairman of Goulburn Valley Road District as honorary members, will constitute. the board. We have to.hand'the. second half-yearly report of the National Short Hours League. The Committee are using the.most strenuous exertions to accomplish the object for which the League was brought into existence, and in their good work they deserve the hearty coloperation of the public. Messrs Martin McPherson, Donald M'Leod, Hugh. Swan, Reay Clarke, and. Robert Al...