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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 April 1870
ADVERTISEMEN?TS. K1LMORE HOSPITAL. THIE usual ANNUAL SERMON in aid of the above Charity will be PREACHED at St. Patrick's Church, KXlmore, on GOOD FRIDAY NIGHT, at halfipast seven. By order, JOSEPH E. DOWLING, Hon. Sea. BANK HOLIDAY'S, THE Banks will be closed for the Easter Holiday's on Friday, Saturday, and Monday, 15th, 16th, and 18th inst. RACE. A Private Matoh for £20 aside, will be run on the Kilmore Racecourse, on Monday the 2nd day of May proximo, between James Costello's " Mountain Meg," and Daniel Sullivan's "Limerick Lass." Race to take place at one o'clock. Other matches will also be run for bridls, and saddles, same day. V R DONNYBROOK AND WALLAN WALLAN ROAD DISTRICT. ENDERS are hereby invited till noon on the 5 28th inst., for CUTTING about 30 chains of DRAIN westerly from western boundary of the township of Beveridge, and CONSTRUCTION of two CULVERTS in the same locality. Plans, &o. can be seen at the office of the Board, Beveridge. By order, JOHN N. KELLY, Go...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 21 April 1870
A small Mediterranean vessel making the voyage from Sardinia to Sicily a few days ago, came upon a white bear swimming about in the water. The bear made for the boat to the great consternation of the men on board. As the vessel was very heavily laden, it was feared that the mere attempt of the animal to climb on board would capsize it. On came the bear. and the captain armed himself with a hatchet, with which he chopped off both the animal's paws as it seized the boat. The bear fell back into the sea, and was soon finished by a musliet ball or two. Ihe animal was a true Polar bear, ttiough how it came there was a puznle Some experimental practice with blind torpe.does has just been concluded at Ports. mouth, and has been attended with resu.ts highly favourable to the torpedo under trial as a weapon of attack upon iron clad ships whether at anchor or moving under steam. With reference to the supposition that the much-talked.of ubiquity of Power the busht ranger, has arisen from the f...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 21 April 1870
TO CORRESPONDENTS To ensure the *nsert n of communications it is ab'olutely necessary that they should be couched in. moderate language, and' written n the form of let ters. dili ommunications: intended for insertio * must b, authenticated by the name-and address of the wsriter n~t necessarily for publication but as a guaanteee q good faith ' J,.J.S"--The n4mes of the persons you allude to cannot poseihly be placed on the roll, as they failed to secure their electors' rights within the period prescribed by the Act.
SPIRITUAL PHENOMENA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 21 April 1870
SPIRITUA r, PHENO?IENA. --o Experiments l. Aly made by the Detective Committee of r,. Dialectical Society in Melbourne, to wove that movements of heavy bodies like ., les have occurred without contact. This is the only unimpeachable and conclusive test, because it excludes the possibility of conscious or unconscious muscular action, which is generally supposed to be the cause of its movements. The committee, in their report, state that they have lately directed their almost ex clusive attention to this subject, justly con sidering that such a demonstrative proof couloa ot be too often repeated, under many conditions, and with every safeguard that sagacity could devise. The plan ultimately adopted, for the purpose of security against any possible imposition, was as follows: The private rooms of different members of the committee were then chosen for this ex periment, and none were admitted until the hour of meeting, so that pre~arrangement of mechanism impossible. The tables were hea...
[To the Editor of the Fre Press.] [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 21 April 1870
aTo the Editor of the Fre Press.] "-?0 Brt,-In looking over the columns of your journal of this date, I observed a paragraph commenting on the conduct of some of teh Councillors, at the meeting held on the llth inst., in which my name waee made use ot to a large extent, in connection with the prol ceedings which took place on that occasion. Permit me, sir, to make a few remarks on the subject, and then you will bh able to judge what party was cens surable. There was a complaint lodged by the Superintendent of the Police, against a particular ratepayer, for allowing a well of his to remain nu, covered, in an unfenced allotment, it being extremely dangerous for abildren to approach, as well as adults who might travel in that direction, and upon my asserting that legal proceedings ought to be insti' tu ed against the party'for such offence, Or Bossence, the principal actor in the affair, remarked that it was not in the power of the Council to interfere,. I then referred him to the New ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 21 April 1870
A young man living in the country is humility personified. The other day he asked a young lady if he mignt ,be allowed the privilege of going ho'ne with her, and was indignantly refused, whereupon he inquired, very humbly, if ie might be " allowed to sit on the tence and see her go by." INFErENT"[rl -A. mother, who had with her a little daughter, was examining the figure of a horseon a tombstone, and wondert ring what it was an emblem of. There was nothing to explain it in the inscription " Mamma," said the little one, as they moved away, " I ,-houldn't wonder if she died of the nightmare." A lady went into at linendraper s shop in the city, and inquired for " bleached cloth." Several pieces of sheeting were offered for inspection, but failed to suit. " Perhaps," said the lady, " if I shtauld tell you what I want it for, you would know better what to give me. It is to be used for 'reposing robes.'" The man threw down another piece, hastily summoned another shopman, and vanished in t...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 21 April 1870
OO5IMERCIAL INTELLIOGE?CE KN . R . KILMORE -. George Hudson qIotea: Oats, Colonil, 8a 6,1 to 3s 9? per bur'., Bran, ls 3d per bushel Pollard, Is 6d per bushel Hay, row L3, r ton Ohaff, 49 per cwt'. Potatoer, 4es 6d to 5s per owt LANOEFIELP The Ohronicle reports as foilows: Wheat 6s 6d to 6s 6d per bushel, Flour L15 per trn Pollard is 9d to 24 per hushel Bran. Is 6d do
SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 21 April 1870
SONG. 1 heard a song in sunset, In summer woods beguilinz, When through the happy valley The golden grain was sm;ling. The rippling of a fountain With dulcet muniic bit nded, The lark paus'd high in heaven, Until the song was ended; A flood of gold and purple Fringed all the western sky, Dyeing the restlcss water, And the mountiins gran nd nd lih. It murmured through the valley, That low loin sweet and tender It lingers with me ever, Tn darkness and in splendour. 0, would I were a poet, To ma:ke one name immortal, And write it ihonour-crown'd, On Fame's eternal portal. The name and soun are flowing In my heart as silver rills, Wending onward to the ocean, Along the steadfast hills. MAx. ...........
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 21 April 1870
IMPORTANT TO FARME I S.4 John Fynn and Co. EG to intimate to the FARMERS of KILMORE and SURROUND ING DISRICTS that they have taken 0 ' D EA 'S. M I L L S, -ly Occupied by MESSRS DEGRAVES & CO), and are now prepared to BUY WHEAT in any QUANTITIES. KUSTICLASS MILLER has been engaged, and J5. F. & GCo hope that by Special Atf tention to GRISIPING, which will be done at the Usual Charges, to merit a Share o Custom, UNION FLOUR MILLS KIiLMORE. THE Farmers of the surrounding district and business men of Kilmore are speetfully informed that all FLOUR, &i., as produce of Grist sent to the above Mills. rill be guaranteed. superior--also, all Flour, &ec., sold. JOSEPH EAGER Late Miller for Degraves and Co. P.S.-Whea: Bought at Full Market Value, and all Gristing lots done separately and productively. Seymour Steam Flour Mills. -0 BEG to inform the Farmers of the Surrounding Neighborhood that they are wre par BUY WHEAT in any Quantities at the Highest Current Pr...
SEYMOUR RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 21 April 1870
SEYMOUR RACES. -0 The above races took place on Thursday, 14th April; the day was all that could be desired, The course was in good order, and there was only one booth on the ground and, judging from appearances, there must have been a large amount of business done. It was most remarkable that there was scarcely a drunken man seen on the course. No accidents occurred, and everything was con ducted in the most orderly manner. A large number of police were on the course, some in uniform and some in plain clothes, under the strict surveillance of the worthy Super.. intendent Green, who no doubt would be anxious to drop in with his friend Power. The usual number of doodle'emrbucks, under and over tables, &c., were in great force and caused some amusement when the stall holder fees were demanded of them. The first race was .HE MAIDBN PLATE Of 10 cove, once round the course; heats; woig!li for age ; entrance 1 soy. Mr E, Lierach's b o Spawn ............................ Mr R. Trave...
Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 21 April 1870
PUBLISHED THURBDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1870. A " MINNG Reform Association " has lately been established at Ballarat, its principal object being to take the necessary steps "to lessen the rent payable upon mining leases to a sum not exceeding 5s. per acre per annum for gold producing mines, and to a nominal-rent for progressive mines." We are amongst those who think it high time that the mining industry of the colony should receive special attention from our legislature, as upon the encouragement given to such interests will mainly depend our advancement. It is a well established fact that were it not for our mineral productions Victoria would not rank high above the neighboring colonies. Our resources here are not otherwise superior to those of New South Wales, South Australia, Queensland, &e. Our soil, for either pasture or agriculture, is if anything inferior to that of the places named, and whilst we cannot ascribe oar rapid and proressive stiides to the energeti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 21 April 1870
ADVERTISEMENTS. . BACES. THE AVENEL AfNNlUAL RACES will be held on the Course on THURSDAY, the 5th dey of MAY, 1s7:o. Eastiouleru in a future advertieetent. E. W. WORTHINGTON, beoretaq.® BRESNAN & CO. ARE NOW 8HOWING Autumn and Winter COMPRISING FLANNELS, CALICOES, BLANKETS, SHEETINGS, WINOEY8, ALL WOOL PLAIDS, PLAIN & FANCY DRE34 MATERIAL. 8 MEN'S, BOYS', AND YOUrTI8 CLOTHING i BOOTS & SHOES, &o, &.o All of which have been CAREFULLY SELECTED AND WILl BE 0SLD AT THE LOWEST Remunerative Profits. BRESNAN AND CO., SYDNEY STREET. FOUND. A Iorocco POCKET BOOK, containing money. The owner can have it by describing it and paying expense.. Mrs BOUSE, Lamb Inn. 20th April, 1870. WANTED. WTANTED-A GENERAL SERVANT. Ap ply, "Free Press Offloo." L. MACPHERSON & CO., View Point and Hargraves Streets, SALE YARDS AND BAZAAR, SANDHURST. GOVERNMENT AUCTIONEERS. ESTABLIsHED 1853. Sale days at the View Point Yards:-Farm and Dairy Produco-Thursdays and Sat...
A THEATRE IN A STATE OF SIEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 21 April 1870
A THEATRE IN A STATE OP SIEGE. -0 ' It is an il wind that blows nobody good,' is an old 'aw, and a very true one, and is just now most applicable to the tihymarket Theatre, round which of late a perfect adverse Boreas has been blowing, that will in the end blow something into the pockets of the legal profession. It, will be remem bered that Messrs iHarwood and Co, who last year were the lessees of the theatre, obtained a renewal of their lease on the 24th of March from Mr J. Mackenzie, one of the trustees. On the 6ch of April Mr Joseph Sullivan, another of the trus'ees, and the only one, according to his own statement, in the colon, made an agreement to let the premises for five years to Mr John de Hage: On the 7th April -the day on which Meassrs Harwood and ,?'s old lease expired-Mr Sullivan forcibly entered the theatre and took possession. A meeting of the bondholders was held on Monday lest. at which Mr Sullivan attended, and professed to be acting in the interest of the small bo...
KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, April 8. (Before Mr. Akehurst, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 21 April 1870
KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, April 8. (Before Mr Akehurst, P,M.) The Queen per James Egan v Frederick Kemp and Jahn Madden, for highway robbery with violence. Diloharged. M J M Calla v William Taylor, for abusive words in a public plaece, and for assault. Postponed to 12th instant. Bridget Dwyer v John Whelan-Application for ejectment, under Landlord ana Tenant Statute; no apperan:e of complainant. Struck out, with costs. Tuesday, April 12. The Queen per William MaiiLwaring v Sarah Jack?on aliea Chinton. Reminded to Beechworth. William D-vie,, on a oharge of wilful murder was isnoharged. Selina Newrran, Fenry Newman, William New n.an, lcbert ewn an, and J seph Newman, oharted as reelected chid-en. O dered to he sarnt to the Irdustrial School-Selina for one ye ar, Fanny two !rars, William and Joseph three yusrs each, and llkert five y era. M J ?1'Calla v William Taylor, for assault. Dial mi,ted without costs, and with a caution to both Sbme v Same, for abusive words in a publio plac...
HEATHCOTE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 21 April 1870
HEATHCOTE According to the Timer, the following pi?L. for colonial produce at Heathoote : Flour LIB to L12 10, per ton Wheat 4s 6d to 4s 9d per bushel Oats Ss 6d to 4s do Cape barley 2s 6d to 8s 9d do Maize 7s do Bran is Od do Pollard Is 3d do Potatoes £5 per ton Hay £8 to £4 do Chaff L5 to £6 do Butter (good fresh) les 2d per 1b Eggs is ver dozen
DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO. REPORT. Melbourne, April 13, [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 21 April 1870
DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND C?: REPORT. Melbourne, April li, L FAT OCA'rTLE-1,301 head were entered week's supply, of which number only 1,N1 shown in the market, most of them being cat'le from the neighbourhood of town, ensod iu principally from inferior to mediuml Although there wasee a good attendance of the competi ion was by no means brisk at t mencement, but as the sales progressed priica' a oonsidhrablb advance, best beef realisin L per 1001bs, and a few very prime beasts upl.t per 100 lbs. We quote best ballocks, £10 ! good do, £8 to £9 ; medium, £6 to £7 -Iin% 10s upwards. Best cows, 1,8 to LS ; goog di to L7 Ie0s medium, L5S to L6, We sol Mr Wm Newoomen, Merriang; buliockhi, - 16 7s 6d to L9 2s 6d; cows L4 to L7 2s 61 Mr Rourke, Yirra Flats, at fromn.L3 to L4 for Mr James Morris, Whittlesea,at from L LT 10s. FT CALVEB.-66' yarded, mosly inferict qualities; best brought 50s to 60s; secondl 40e. FAr SEHEP;--The receipts to day en? e 12,143, a small number of which could onlhyg ; i:...