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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1870 [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
PUBLLSHED THURSDAY MOmBNIG. THURSDAY, MIARCH 246, 187T TEz important question of Supply is:still occupying the ?attention of our legislators, and a speedy issue of the. discussions thereon seems as remote as ever. Honorable members are evidently possessed with more of a desire to say, spmething than that their words should have any particular force or weight, and any attempit.at showing the inexpediency of the Government financial scheme fall] far short of the general expec tation of the Opposition,., who are resorting to every subterfuge to. sow discord amongst .the supporters of the Ministry, thoughtthey *have not yet urged anything in the shape. of a vote of want of confiience. To our mind the Opposition seem to be working with a certain amount of tact which must prove ins jurious to the Ministerial position, but at the present junctsre we think party feeling should sot be carried to an extreme or the business of the country brought to a stands still, even to, satisfy the most ra...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
COMMERBOIAL INTELLIGENOCE KILMORE. George Hudson quotes: Oats, Colonial, 8s 6d to 3s 9d per buw?'l. Bran, Is 3d per bushel Pollard, Is 6d per bushel Hay, new L81. r ton Chaff, 4s per cwt Potatoer, 4s 6d to 6s per owt LANOEFIELD, The Ohroniole reports as foilows a Wheat 6s 6d to 6s 6d per bashel . Flour L15 peer ton Pollard is 9d to 2a per bushel. Bran Is 6d do
SIR CHALES DARLING. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
BIR OHALES DARLING, So por Charles Darling is dead--D mortals nil nisi bonum-and Lady Darling is. to have £10,000. Are the people of Vitoria satisfied with this kind. ness of our legislators in granting this money ? We fear not, as it was not the people of the country but the M'Oulloch Administration that brought' this kind old nobleman to be recalled . through their ills advising, and now they come forward to liberally aid the family of one who served 43 years in the service of his country: Is not the English nation better able to aid this family than what we are ? We are certain they are and will do so as they always have done in their usual liberal spirit. What need then of this liberality on the part of our legislators ?? The squan dering of the publio purse by profligate legislators men who are endeavouring to curtail cur own ex. penses night after night for some time past will not hesitate to vote this money to aid the family of a deeeasedgentleman who happened to be our Gover...
Friday, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
Friday, March 18. Anderson and wife v Matthews for L6, money lent. Mr Meade. for plaintiff ;. Mr Byrne, instructed by Mr Twigg, for the defence From the evidence in this case it appeared that in the year 1861, plaintiff, Mary Jane Anderson, at that time named Woods, lent the defendant the sum of L6. which sum had not been paid For the defence is was contended that plaintiff was indebted to defendant in a much larger sum than the amount sought to be recovered, and that the money for which the action was brought was only paid to defendant as part payment of an sac count. Verdict for amount and costs, His Honor remark.l ing that the action of defendants in introducing matter against plaintiff's character was most dii-. graceful Ford v O'Connor. An action for L10, money paid on behalf of defendant by plaintiff. sir Byrne instructed by Mr Twigg for plainti. [ Verdict for amount and costs Hunt v Welcome Quartz Mining Company for L4A 10s 93. Mr ByrneL instructed by Mr Meade, for plaint tif...
KILMORE COUNTY COURT. Tuesday, March 15. (Before His Honor Judge Macoboy) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
KILMOBE COUNTY COURT. Tuesday, March 15. (Before His Honor Judge Macoboy) Bindley v J Noonsn for L12; verdict for amount and L2 9s costs Same v Trainor and another, executors of Mich?e l Toohey for LS 12* 6d; struck out Kinnear v Anderson for L. 14s ; struek out Bindley v Wesley Lobb for L519s 6 ; stxuok out Twigg and 'another v Wm Man for L5; verdict for amount and costs M'Leod v Beavan for L4 15s ; struck out O'Shanassy v Cahill for L1 8s; struck out Bannister v Gooley for L3 ; struck out Semple v M'Lea for L4 7 6d ; strnck out' Harrington v Gooley for L1 ; struck out D Fynn v Degraves for L2 10s ; struck out
KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, March 18 Before A P Akehurst, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
TIMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, March 18 Before A P Akehurst, Esq., P.M. Johleing drnlish crged by onatable MYQuade with ,gbarged ds orderly Was cautioned and die. hTa, John Pe and Benjamin g or cult and inflicti; gr v n sbodlymham rie for a,* Sscommit,-. ',g guterous bodily harm. Prisoners re ou to take their trial at next .ittings pre.eCOourttMe lone eLt l 4vennelly for L13, work and labor JUage otpubiPatrick Skehan for using indeomt iadut' b u place, Poatponed to allow o Inat vuailmore Borough Council, appeal ied 0 no appearance of Cowcil re. Tlor ' 8ame Beduced to L40,
KILMORE—2ND INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
Xuro3x-2lND Imtntea, Pitman, o Poulton, b Scott ... ... 7 Sugden, c Groves, b Prentice ...... 0 Ashton, o Prentice, b Scott . .. 1 jyster, o Brethertoe, b Prentice ... 1 Morrison, b Scott ... ... ... 4 Cutland, not out .. .. . 3 Byes ... ... ... 3 L:g Byes ... .. ... 1 Total ... .... ... 20 On Wednesday, after Power had stuck up Mr M'Bean's station, he committed a second robbery, at about 6 o'clock in the evening, on the Benalls Road, about nineteen miles from Mansfield, having stuckaup Mr Charles Dickens, of Lima station, and robbed him of three £1 notes and 5s in silver. It appears Mr Dickens was riding to Mansfield from his stationat the time mentioned, when a man rode at a gallop out of the bush and crossed him, carrying a revolver in hi, left hand. He said, "I am Power, I want your money," at the same time presenting his revolver. ictens said, "I am a poor man," but Power re plied, "You don't look like one, but I must have your money as money is hard to be got.,' Dickens took o...
GOULBURN VALLEY ROAD BOARD SPECIAL MEETING. Saturday, 5th March. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
GOULBURN VALLEY lOAD BOARD SPECIAL MEETING. Saturday, 5th March. Present:-Messrs Hickey (Chairman), Gorman, Delaney, Patterson, Ryan and Hobart. The requisition calling the special meeting was read by the Clerk. The following correspondence was then considered: 1-From the Council of the Shire of Waranga, requesting that the Board would pay its part of the cost of constructing the bridge at Murchison, or otherwise consent to the bridge being placed under the Coun cil's control. Mr Delaney moved that the Board retain its control of the bridge at )Murchisan, and that the sum of £500 be voted, to be p;aced on this year's estim:ate, to be paid towards the construction; Seconded by Mr Pattern Pon and carried. 2-From Roads and Bridges Office, in reference to the proposed construction of a bridge over the Goulburn River at Tabilk. A report of the meeting of delegates from adjacent local bodies relative thereto held at Tabilk on the 24th ultimo was also read. Mr Delaney moved that the ClerkL...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
BElNALLA-Impounded at Benalla bay horse, grey hairaein forehead, GO near shoulder TS off shoulder black mare, star, fore and hind fetlocks white, MA near shoulder, like LE very indistinct off shouh der If not claimed &o, to be sold on April 13. J WATTS, Poundkeepoer GISBORNE-Impounded at Gisborne light bay horse, white face, off bind fetlocks white, like NP conjoined near shoulder black more, near hind foot white, girth marked, scars off thigh, enlargement near knee, like g or re versed near shoulder If not claicned, &o, to be sold on April 13 H R DIXON, Poundkeeper KILMORE.-Impounded at Kilmore spotted buli,.no brand brown and white bull, J. W. off rump bay mare C off shoulder If not claimed, &a, to be sold on April 13" 0 G ANDERSON, Poundkeeper MANSFIELD.-Impounded at Mansfield fleabitten grey draught mare, shod, collar and saddle marked, S3 near shoulder (spgare topped 3). scar on off shoulder If not claimed; &o to be sold on 18th April H P DUNSTER...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
i.ESS. GOR-Ol DON& GOTbO Hs or Oollins stree 'wESSt, MeIbourne, have been appointed agent rthis Journal Mr O000H, Ballart, has been appointed agent this journal. LONDON AGENCY. TEE FLF3 PEBns may be read gratuitously in Lon on at the News Booms of Mesars GoupotN and orci, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and subscrip ons for the same are reestrod. TH5 KILMORE FREE PRESS, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MOlRNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. THE terms or advertising in the gilmore free Press are as under: TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENOE PER. INOR. A reduction of ten per cent will be made for advertisements ordered £fr one month; twenty per ent for two months; and thirty-three per cent for hree months :-beyond which time a special arrange ment will be made. The terms of subscription to the Kilmorea ree Press will be 6s 6d per quarter in town, and 7s 6d if posted the country. The Quarters for subseription to the Free Press will commence on the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd September, and ...
TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
TO CORRESPONDENTS To ensure the anserrcon of communications it is abeolutely necessary that they should be couched in moderate language, and written in the form of let ters. dll communications intended for insertion mnust be authenticated by the name and address of the oriter nt necessarily for publication but as a guaantee of good faith [To the Editor of the Free Press ] -o Sir,--Your issue of last week contains a report of a case Farrell v Brown in the Police Courth As de. fendant'in that case, I really mu6t take exception to the curtailed report given, as I feel that it does me an injustice. The ez ination in chief of both plaint tiff aud her witness# elucidated much contrary evi dence, especially es/to the wages pnai, the distance 1 was from the plaintiff, &e. Had I fortunately been accompanied by al itness when I visited the hut, the decieiou would, nb doubt, have been different. ]t m, Sir, / Your obedient servant, j DAVID BROWN. Bylands, March 15,1870
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 March 1870
ADVERTISEMEiNTS. Colonial Secretary's Office, Melbourne, 20th Februaijr, 1855. The following Rules and Regulations made by the Trustees of the 'ublic Cemetery eat tablished at Kilmore, having been submitted to the Lieutenant Governor and Executive Council, in accordance with the provisions of the Act of Ocuncil 17 Victoria No. 12, are approved. By His Excellency's Command, WILLIAM C. H41NEs. L1468,. RULES AND REQULAION8 OP THE KILMORE GENERAL CEMETERY 1. All charges must be paid when orders are given, or before the ground or vault is opened. ' 2. By the 8th section of the Act, any persons making a vault or erecting and plac ing a monument in the Cemetery by and wyith the permisson of the Trustees under these rules, and upon the'payment of the charges n therein mentioned, is entitled to have, t, maintain, and keep 'a vault, monument, or n tombstone, according to the tenor of' such 's permission, to and for the sole and separate 3 use of such person or persoo and his or. their g repre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 31 March 1870
ADV ERTISEMEN TS. R;"MAN 0OATROLIO OBUROHI, SEY MOUR, ON 8unday rext, April 3rd, maess will be celes brated at 11 o'cock, in the Court Hoase, Seymour, when the Rv W. M. Finn, of -eidleb rg, will:make an appeal in aid of dt Patrick's Cathedral, Mel bourne. KILMORE MECHANICS' INSTITUPE. -0- TENDERS will be received up to 8 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, 6 h April, for building a PORTICO and CEMIEN1IL?G the front of the ,Love institution. klaus and speecfications can be seen at the institute and particulars will be furnished by Mr Perrott, architect. The lowest or any tender nct necessarily accepted. 0. PITMAN, Hon. Sea. lO BE SOLD OR LEP, A YALUABLE Property, in the Marquet Square, Broadford, consis;ing of four roomed Cottage, with kitchen, large store, suited for cxtentive country business, with butchery, bakery, sheep and cattle yards, &o., standing on an acre anda quarter of land, newly fenced, at d lkeely paled in. Tese premiste are particularly desirable, as the railway, which passes...
DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, March 23, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 31 March 1870
DALMAFIHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'8 REPORT. Melbourne, March 23, 1870; FAT CATTLN-1,493 head were entered for the week's supply, 805 of which were disposed of tolday at about late currencies. They consisted principally of northern cattle of a better description than what have been coming to hand lately, and included some fair quality from the paddocks near town and wee. tern district, one lot from M'Millan',, from Calder. meade, making the hihbemt average of the day, viz, £7 10s for bullocks and £5 13s for cows. Thae a was only a moderate attendance of the trade, with very few country buyers present, who did not operate freely, and part of the town butchers held back for to-morrow's sales. We quote best bullocks at from £7 to £8 ; second, £5 to £6 ; inferior; £3 15s up wards; best cows, £5 to L6 10s; a few prime up to £7 ; secord, 1.4 to L4 10s; inferior, £2 upwards. FAT CALYVs.-Only 24 head to hand, ail of which were inferior, but in ccusquence cf the short supply sold well, making 20s to...
HEATHCOTE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 31 March 1870
HE ATHCOTE. 26. According to the Timec, the following prices rule for colonial produoo at Heathoote : Flour LI12 to L12 10, per ton Wheat 4s 6d to 4P 9d per bushel Oats 3s 6d to 4s do Cape farley 2s 6d to 38 9d do Maize 7s do Bran ls Od do Pollard is 31 do Potatoes £5 per ton Hay £3 to £4 do Chaff L5 to £6 do Butter (good fresh) sl 2d per lb Eggs ls per dozen
DONNYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 31 March 1870
DONNYBROOK. E Moreman, Donnybrook flour mills quotes as folllows : Flour, £12 ?Cs per ton Bran, is 4d per bushel Pollard Is 6d per bushel M M'OAW and Another reports as follows for the week ending Wednesday ;--he market, for wheat and flour has experierced an advanen since oun lae+, At auction to.day we realised £11 7a 61 for Wan garatta flur ; at came tine sold wheat from 4s 61 to 4' lid; that disposed of at the latter figure was not a first cl-as; sample, for euch over 5. could be readily obtained. In oats we cannot report much improve ment. Good feeding samples are irquired for at Id over last week's rates, whilt for prime seed we obtained the same price, viz, as 10d. Maize mnaintains aee week's rates. Fcr grass seeds there has been s litt:le hett:r inquiry since our last sale pricee then having been to a certain extent ectabliehed h,b ere cotme fio ward more freely Obheese and butter are hath in a general way rather looer. Fo* extra gcoAo san, pile of ht th a, ticle ev, have b=e...