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EXHIBITION OF DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 28 April 1870

IHIBITION OF DAIRY PiODUCE. Id on go T 'le la!d rys e ,tl hhi i iod f ~aiy produce d on Bor, s? Goldeaborou's stores, u:ndr Ih, f Uicrdui r i' , w a praticf l devpelrn--i,' fireal irdusiridl re, cu0re8 irf a very u 'vi .)i ,., b tw. The hola ir iad or air of hn.i,,i otsit,whichrontrssd very fvorably with tle ultocky howl, where the ateaeories are fr. hLr maot itereteirg portion of the exhibition. a ieroap doted no e purpose was one of the Peraparterts (f the large huildinoe we hrve n d. I he'd cratione' corisisled of the d-iry Oce itselft of hich tlher was a collection uiffi. tn to gldenS teyes f 1any former of the old ~ teablire sechooh The exhibits . ire diplayed ori tHIb,1e acBh ablut sixty feet lrFg, and nearly r G the e were ct ely packed with cheese of all em le', "hapes and c nditin, from the mod.st iS dklto the im 4tater' Cheshire.' The other thles Sh r liberal diplay of hlrs and bacon, S hue mutton hams forming a prorminent feature lilr . 'nd arly the whole of the met wa d ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRIMINAL SESSIONS (MONDAY). [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 28 April 1870

CRIMINAL SESSI)Ni (MONDAT). From the Melbourne ' Herala' we take the l.l!oior report :- The sittir.s were further proceeded w .ith. morning, before Mr Justice Barry, Mr Dunne pI'3 cuting fer the Crown. TEE TAYLOB lRIUD 01. T This case was concluded, the prisoner, . Taylor, being allowed to stand on the floor, to a charge of defrauding Mrs Ann Jones, of Sindb n out of £617 whilst he was acting as ler truste&e first silners called wae. William Jones, who depo he was brother of the late John Jones, who re: t in Flinders lane. *He knew Ann Jones, ?.o, *the deceased. He had nearly all the money b?lO40 to his brother in his possession, ezrrpt a sal in the Kyneton Bank. He had £503 in cash asO in bills and securities The money in the o''lo~ Bank was afterwwrds given to Mr Flegg. DI)b2a used to send down all his money to wines to be on loan. He was called upon by Mr Farmer, , , Taylor, and the prisoner, with reference to w ment of account., and hs (witness) gave Johoa ,, a cheque fo...

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DONNYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 28 April 1870

DONNYBROOK. E MIoreman, Donnybrook flour mill, quoteIL folllows:- quot Flour, £12 1Us per ton Bran, In 4d per bushel Pollard Is 6d per bushel

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BENALLA Thursday, 7th [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 28 April 1870

BENALLA. Thursday, 4b The Ensign:reports the following as the pdoerak mng : Flour, £15 to £15 10s per ton, Wheat, 6s G4 p.r bushel Pollard, Is 6d de Bran, ls 6d do Oats 4? Gd to Se 61

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SANDHURST. Mesers L. MACPHERSON AND CO. report [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 28 April 1870

SANDiURST. 1Measra L. YVkCoHsERON AND CO. rcp'lrt: HOasi MAr,.E'T.--Mouday, 18t'i, end Satur3+r, 23rd April--U,,brok,? at'wk: None forward. Tti day (Monday, 2i5th) we cell forty he?d of ue.ulwlL for .Mr M Rat. B oken in stock--A. p'edi 1l lotof draueght hors, were offerd in our bazear yesteslr' hut comparatively few high priced horses chbeni hands;.many of the farmers are still holding tb'. wheit, end are short of ready money, others sPib will not give the prices demanded by the des'14 The market continugs decided y firm at last a?ee, qglltations, and we bnticipate doing a go.d veekt business in private sales befcra next stub day. FARa AND DAmaY Ps~nDuci--Thursdiy, 21, ee and Saturday, 23rd April-A. brisk trade has?li done this wrok at very satisfao'o-y prices. TheWO' plies of pime butter, both printed and pntted,rn not nearly equal to the lorl demand. 'Tnzre i, ?i? a ereat inquirz for colonial hacon, and an eielldl' market for it at present. Or prices are: Pritei butter, from Is 31...

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DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, April 20, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 28 April 1870

DALMAIHOY CAMPBELL AND C0'8 BEPORT, ' Melbourne, A4ril 20, 1870, FAT CATTLr'-The arrivals. for the week rlt 1,022 head, one half of which conet"ed of ec. quality f, nm Gippa Land, and the others Nor?haI clt It, of mixed qualities. There was a road at:t., ance of buyers; and as tb' metropolitan trade houa1h very sparingly last week (on account of Easter h day), the competition was brisk throuhout, e'peci,I, towards the close of the marker, when inferior to medium sold at a slght advance. As the Lent it now over,. and cooler w ather settir.g it, we enpot preset prices will be well nusintained, viz, 25, p:. 100 1' a for the top pens; nedium b ef. from 17. 61 to 20+ : or say, beat bulloeos. £9. to £10; eao dos £8 to £8 10s ; medium, £6 10s to £7 in.; hebt co? L7 124 61 to, L8 2, 6 I ; vo,d do £6 t, L7. Wu him ao'd-120 bull:,k' for Meserae ambell Bros, Trt rnul.n P:irk; sort 40 hullo?.,o for Xlr Win mTcrr.:r, Abily, at from £d 10 :;o £9 153, averaging L9 41 3.1, FAT CAtYVh -58 head offer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 28 April 1870

"AESSRS GORDON & GOTCH, or Collins stree t~[ west, Melbourne, have been appointed agent rthis JouroSla Afr G00CH, Ballarat, has been appointed agent this journal. --- NDON AGENCY. THE PFRE PREss may be read gratuitousely in Lon, o, at the News Rooms of Meesrs GORDON and on0CR, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and souscrip, for the same are received. ,._.----c T11 KILMORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. yTIE terms or alvertfling in the Kilmore Free Iress ere as under : TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE PER INCH. A reduction of ten our cent will be made for arertisements ordered ir one month ; twen'y per ent for two months; and thirty-three per cent for pree monthe :-heyond which time a special arrange inert will be made. The term! of sbecription to the Kilmnore Free Press will be 6s 6d per quarter in town, and 7s 6d if posted the country. The Quarters for ubsh.ription to the Free Press R;1l commence on the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd Sep...

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ELOPEMENT FROM SANDRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 28 April 1870

ELOPEMENT FROM SANDRIDGE. Even in such a prosaio locality as Sandridge there seems not to hove bean wanting of late the romancn of a criminal elopement to vary the monot?.v of ieilor?. drunken b awls and watermen's squoobtlras. The wife of a gentleman residing in Do-a;tre-t-a laly of twntysfive summers-was captivated by the addressee of a swain bearing a very sugeestive name. The result of the irt ieue was that she determisned to fc:rke h:r wedded ep-luse for the n w flame, and fly with him to some remote reeinn where her husband c'?uld never trace her, and poliee cfieers woul!d be found at fault. The evening of Ess:er Punday was appointed for the elop merit, and it was ascertained that between 7 and 8 o'cl-ck tre lady and her lover got ito a c b, and ordered the driver to take them to the North Melbourne railway station. The husband alleges? that his wife had prevonnly taken with her ro .d to the value of about £10. his property, and that l:er conposnion had with hint about £150 be...

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THREE PRISONERS FLOGGED. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 28 April 1870

THREE P?T?ONERS FLOGOED, --o Th m's Treacy. a,,od 23, James Sullivan, and ,Tames R.eves. 'o=ed 22, sentenced at the Iht General Seesiona to a t rm of imprisonment and a private whippine, rereivd the evetigation of the a?t-o'-nine tails a the halntt of Bamford, the o ,nimon hanman, on Thursday, in the presence of the sheriff, the governor of the aool, and a number of other gentle men. The triargi, having been filed in one of the onrridors, punctually itt three o'clock Treaty, on being called from his cell, walked to the frame-a distance of about twenty paces-with a swagger;ng air, ,nd an ex. resion on lis countenance plainly denoting a determir,aion not to show by apy out ward sign the st ff. ring ne might undtreo. He to B off his under gnrn.en' q ifckly, and, alter lookisng the spertato s boldly in tlh ,ace, took his stand at the trianele, and placed himself in a firm position while the strops were being fastened. With all his bomi hbest, however, it could be Eeen by a twitch of the...

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A VETERAN'S STORY OF HIS LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 28 April 1870

A VETERAN'S STORY OF HIS L1FE. (From the Bendigo Independent.) The following autobiography has been handed to us by Mr Dorman, the superintendent of the Benevolent Asylum. Old   age and infirmity forced the subject of it to apply to the institution for relief, and this history of eighty-two years' pilgramage is given verbatim as the old man told his tale: -' My father was a contractor, who used to supply the English Government with horses. He had a farm of about 100 acres. He used to get £25 for all cavalry horses, and £26 for the Oxford Blues. He had three sons and five daughters, and I was the second youngest of the family. I was born in 1778. When I was quite a youngster I got a situation in the royal stables of George III, because I was handy with horses. About this time the Duke William took notice of me, and asked me if I would like to be a sailor, and I made answer, 'Your Royal Highness, I am under your command, you can do what you like with me.' He said I was a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 28 April 1870

BROADMEADOWS.-Impounded at Broad meadows bay horse, OH near shoulder, hind feet white, star and small snip, shod If not claimed, &e, to be sold on 13th May W H bILL, Poundkeeper LANCEFIEitD.-Impcunded at Lanctfield white cow, red ears, cff ear slit, small hooped horns, like Ay blotched off loin bay mare, star and saip, both hind fetlocks white, lame off fore leg, like R near shoulder (the R con. 5 5 H joined red bull calf, little white on belly and tail, no visible brands If not claimed, &c, to be sold on 11th May A MADIGAN, Poundkeeper MALMSBURY--Impounded at Malmsbury strawberry cow, JB near rump white cow, piece off off horn, 2 rff rump red cow, whine flanks, white spot on rump and tail, 2. ff rump white heifer, JH it f rump red and white paley heifer, slit off ear, like J sI off rump bay ma'e, small star, saddle marked, D off should er, I ke ' near shoulder bay mare, small satar, saddle ma krd, JG over - rear shoulder dark bay or brown horse fool, no brands; prog...

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A COOL BIGAMIST. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 28 April 1870

A COOL BIGAMIST. - At a weekly meet ing of the Coventry Board of Guardians, held recently, the following communication, addressed to the master of the workhouse, was read in reply to an application which had been made to the writer to contribute towards the support of his wife, at present a pauper lunatic in Hatton Asylum : - 'Back No. 67, Gilbart-street, Coventry, 4th Janua ary, 1870. - To Mr Bird - Sir, - haveing seen your messenger, and not being able to ex press to him how I was situated, I beg to say I have not lived with my late wife, Jane Eburne, this eight or nine years, and on my last visit to Datton the Dr. told me there   was no Chance of her ever getting well. Cons sequently I do not concider aney longer a wife of mine and haveing meet with a woman with whom I can be happy with and we were acquainted some time and it was re ported we lived together which injured her in her work and having three little depend ing on her for a liveing I felt myself in duty bou...

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HORRIBLE MURDER IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 28 April 1870

HORRIBLE MURDER IN FRANCE. A fearful tragedy occurred on Friday, the 28th January, in the Rue Faubourg St Honore. The details of the horrible event, as described in the   Paris papers, explain that the victim was a Madame Lombard, aged 48, the wife of a retired Consul, and that the murderer was a man-servant, Francois Lathoubert, a Belgian, 25 years of age. This man had been, in the afternoon of Friday, taxed by his mistress with being tipsy and with stealing her wine. The accusation appears to have greatly excited him. He made use of violent language to the cook, whom he upbraided with having informed against him, and he derlared he would h've an explanation with his mistress. Madame Lombard had in the meantime retired to the room where her husband, 85 years of age, paralysed and child'sh, was confined to his bed.   Suddenly, Latho bert, who had armed himself with a large knife which he fetched from the kitchen,   entered the room, and, rushin...

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EXTENSIVE FIRE AT ARARAT. ARARAT, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 28 April 1870

EXTENSIVE FIRE AT ARARAT. (BY ELEOTRIC TELEGRAPH) (F.om the Argus eorrapondent.). ARARAT, Tuesday. The alarm of fire roused the inhabitants of this township at an early hour this morning, when a large number of buildings were burned. The fire brigade worked manfully, but for a time were unable to make. headway against the 11 ines, which spread with great rapiaity. The Advertiser published a slip containing the following report of the occur, rence : " We regret having to announce that the most disastrous fire hitherto experienced in Ararat occurred this morning, just after this journal had gone to press. About 3. o'clock the fire-bell rang omut an alarm, and the pile of buildings between Chadwvick's drapery establishment and Seath's tinsmith's shop was found to be within the grasp of the de vouring element. Wnen we first arrived at the scene the centre ef the flames appeared. to be the shop of Mr Eager, chemist, with the premises of Mr Isaac Abrahams, tobaci conist, on one side, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870

BROADMEA.DOWS.--Impounaded at Broad meadows cream colored mare, AC near shoulder, hind feet shod If not claimed, &o, to be sold on 25th May W II HILL, Poundkeeper KILMORE.-Impounded at Kilmore cn the 21st April brown horse, long tail, off coronet white, near ohnulder bay filly, star, near hind foot whi'e, 2 near shoulder On Anril 26th chesnut horse, blaze fee, F off st oulder bay mare, star and snip, B horizontally offshoulder, like JE rear If not claimed. &c, to be sold on 25th May C G ANDERSON, Poundkeeper LA.NEFIlluD,-Impounded at Lancefield red an d:wt ite heifer, indistinct brand off ribs, blotched brand off rump If not climed, &c, to be sold on 25th May A MADIGAN, Poundkeeper MANSFIELD.-Impoundea at Mansfield c.esu-,t mnre, blaze, off knee b oken, JP conjrined over J W near shoulder, P near rump, JL off shoulder dark bay mare, black points, snip, saddle marked, N near shoulder, IN near neck, like yx off shoulder If not claimed, &%, to b sold on ...

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BENALLA Thursday, 7th [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870

BENALLA Thursday, 7th The .Enign:reports the following us the prioes rul ng : Flour, £15 to £15 10s per ton Wheat, 6s Gd per bushel Pollard, i1 6d do Bran, Is 6d do Oata 4. 6d to 5i 6d

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DONNYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870

DONNYBROOK. E Moreman, Donnybrook flour mills quotes as folllows: Flour, £12 ICs per ton Bran, le 4d per bushel Pollard Is 6d per bushel

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870

AD VE RTISEME]N TS. FOR SALE. FIVE DRAUGHT COLTS and FILLIES. Api L' ply to JOHN F. MORRI93SSEY, Wahrieag BOROUGH OF KILMORE. TENDERS will be received until 8 o'clock pint: on MONDAY, 9:h MAY, 1870, according to conditions and specifications to be seen at this office: For lighting 22 street lamps within the borough for 12 months. Any tender not necessarily accepted. By order, P; W. CROUGE, Town Clerk. Couneil Chambers, 3rd May, 1870. BYLANDS FAMERS' COMMON. NOTICR is hereby given that the CATTLE of the above Common are to be MUSTERED at the Yard of the Common on the 11th and 12th of May, 1870; and all persons that have ottle del pasturing on said Common are requested to give assistance to the Herdsman in collecting the Cattle. THOMAS 'NOLAN Manager. OWEN LYNOCH Mnagore, RACES. yITALLAN WALLAN ANNUAL RACES will VV be held at Johnston's Royal Oak Hotel, Wallan Wallan. Full particulars in next week's paper, WANTED. WANTED a MAN to EREOT a BATTERY in oonnoction with a waterwheel. Apply ...

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SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870

SALNDHURST. Messrs L. VACPHERSON AND Co. report: Hogsaren MARaT.-M-ondav, 25th; Saturday, 30th April.-Unbroken stock : We yarded forty head for Mr Thos Hart. They were a mixed' mob ; including many broken-in horses. Prices ranged from 40s to L10 per head, and twelve bead were withdrawn. We sell this day seventy head of unusually fine young stock. Broken*in Stock: Trade remains very dull; and prices without any alteration from late quota, tions. In some places the rain has rendered the griund unfit for ploughing, but a few days bright weather will no doubt effect a great change in our market. In the meantime good medium draught stock are exceedingly searce, and dealers will not consent to any abatement on. the prices demanded: Considering the large quantity of land taken up. in our vicinity, we look for an advance in the price of good horse stock generally. DArur OILATLM -Tuesday, 26th, snd Thursday 20th April.--We have sold dry cows at from L2 2i to L3 10-, and springers, inferior, ...

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MAID OR MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870

MAID OR MAN. The naturalist of the last generation was called npon to chronicle the extinction of the dode. The student of social history in our own day has to note the gradual disappearance of the being who was known as the 'drawer.' Nature abhors a vacuum, and the place of the 'drawer' is being takes, not by the potboy, who is a member of a distinct and inferior grade, but by the barmaid* In these southern lands, Melbourne is as renowned for its barmaids as Paris is for its milliners. A Melbourne 'stringer' ranks as high among the sisterhood in Donedin,Hokitika, and Sydney, as a Pariidan artiste dooes in Loudon. Edina burgh, or New York, Melbourne is the habitat of the barmaid. In Melbourne only is she to be seen in full bloom. TI e young ladies who ofilciate at the vestibules of theatres and at the adjacent cafes are considered to have climbed to the top of the tree, and are well worth a study. There makerup is as artistic as that of any actress, and is accomplished under greater...

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