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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 January 1870

A correspondent at Redesdale sends to the Kyneton Guardian some particulars of a case for the painful and revolting leatures of which it is dilfficult to believe that blame is not attachable to some one. It appears that on Wednesday, the 29th December, a Mrs Tingay died at the Horse Shoe Bend on the Campaspe. She had been ill for some time, and was formerly attended by Dr O'Donnell, of Kangaroo Flat,- near Sandhuist,-b'ii lat. terly had no medical attendant. There was not the slightest suspicion of foul play, but the constable in charge,.of the oRedesdale station appeared to think an inquest necesst ary, and he sent into Dr Geary, the Kyneton district coroner, requesting him to come out and hold one. The constable's message did not reach Dr Geary till Friday, the 31st December, when he at once replied that as' the locality was double the distance from Kyneton that it was from Heathcote, the case was within the jurisdiction of the corol nor for the latter place . Negotiations were at...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 January 1870

.. ESSRS GORDON & GOTCH, or Colline stree west, Melbourne, have been appointed agent r this Journal. Mr GOOCH, Ballarat, has been appointed agent i this journal. LONDON AGENCY. THE FREE P?Fss may be read gratuitously in Lon. on,.at the News Rooms of Messrs GORDON and GQOrci, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and subacrip one for the arms are received. THEN KILMORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. THE terms or advertising in the Kiln:ore Free Prese are an under :- TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE PER INaH. A reduction of ten per cent will be made for advertisements ordered f'r one month ; twen'y per ent for two mtnthe; and thirty- three per cent for bree months :---byond which time a special arrange ment will be made. The terms of subscription to the 7ilmnore Free Press will be 63 6d per quarter in town, and 7e Od if potred the country. The Quarters for ,ubs:ription to the Free Press will commencet on the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd Septe...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 January 1870

We have often heard of the goose that laid the golden egg, but. until now never heard of Is duck ivith a golden gizzard. We were shown, however, a few days ago, three large bright syp:ks of gold which were found in the gizzard of a duck killed for a Christ. mas dinnei, and we have no hesitation in vouching for the integrity of the person who gave as the intarmation. .. Burton's National Circus is announced to visit Kilmore on Thursday next. This is a description of entertainmernt generally well patronised heIr,. The annual meeting of the trustees and' members of the Kilmore Turf Club will be held on Saturday evening next at 8. o'clock at Kelly's Hotel, for the purpose of making the necessary arrangements for the annual races. Last week we drew attention to the die graceful order of things in connection with burials at the Kilmore cemetery. since then another complaint reaches us, When Mr. Wiesel, the. undertaker who conducts the funerals at the Hospital, took the body of the man Joh...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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A MAIDEN'S "PSALM OF LIFE." [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

A MAIDIEN'S " PSALM OF LIFE." - Tell us not in idle jingle " marriage is an empty dream !" for the' girl is dead that's single, and things are not what they seem. Life is real ! life is earnest! single :blessed ness a fib ;" Man thou art, to man returnest !" has been spoken of the rib. Not enjoyment, and not sorrow, is our destined end or way. In the world's broad field of battle, in the bivouac of life, be not like dumb driven ceati tle !-be a heroine-a wife. Trust no futare however pleasant, let the dead Past bury its dead! act--act to the liviag 'Present-heart, within and hope ahead! Lives of married folkb remind us we can live our livea as well, and, departing leaire behind us such exauplee as shall" tell." Such examples that another wasting'time in idle sport, a forlorn unmar. ried brother, seeing, shall take heart and court. Let us, then, be up and doing, with a heart'on triumph set; still contriving, still pursuing, and each one a husband get.

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ANOTHER CHAPTER OF QUEENSLAND HORRORS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

ANOTHER CHAPTER OF QUEENS LAND HORRORS. Information was received on Friday (says the Northern Argus, a Rockhampton jour. nal, of December 2), from Mr M'Olellan, of Apis Creek that a robbery, coupled with an attempt at murder, h d been. committed, by a shepherd named- Christopher Faust, a German, in Mr M'Clellah's employ, on a man named Peter Shaw, a traveller, who was over sixty years of age. It appears that Shaw made the shepherd's hut in the evening, and while paying for some mutton, snowed that he poasessed a cheque and a little silver. Faust, it appears, cooked the meat for him, and it is surmised managed to put arsenic or some other poison in it, as both Shaw ana his dog, after swallowing a portion of the meat, began to vomit, which had the del sired eflect It transpires that during the night Faust robbed Shaw of his cheque, and mode a murderous attack on him by striking him on the head with a billet of wood, and when he was insensible, jumping on his body until he thought his ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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SWEET SEVENTKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

SWEET SEVENTEEN. (From the Saturday Review.) A vast amount or poetry has alwave bean thrown around that special time of a woman's life when "Standing with reluctant feet Where tho brook and river meet," she is no longer a child, and yet not quite a woman-that transition time between the cloind bud and the full blown flower which we in England express by the term, among others, of Sweet Seventeen. Without meaning to be sentimental, or to envelop things in a golden haze wrought by the imagination'only and nowhere to be found:in fact, we cannot deny the peculiar charm which belongs to a girl of this age, if she is at all nice, and neither pert or silly, Bet sides, it is not only what she is that interests us, but what will she be; for this is the time when the character is settling into its per. manent form, so that the great thought of everyone connected with her is, how she will turn out? into what kind of woman will the girl develop ? and what kind of life will she make for herself ...

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

FRANC3. Tbh Eeapetor has rariewid the troops at Cou. piegnr. A largl f~ro! is corertratad arotud Pasria to present any outbrsik.

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

The dcema of the' inf~llibiiiy of tbe Pope Is not to be forcjd uj~on the G "ýumenicaI Council. Reputte from Rome have been rrcired in Paris atatinq, on good u'Lworizy, ti-a thie IPopn cklsriae he must be *aIlCrd 4IJ en irnpoeeqg mtjo1i:' nf biesops in favor of the grf gno, rthrrniee º'~ pre!ere that the au~j o: shall not be ittrcdIoed, dti~riog to avoid a discnc!cn that tight. lessen the influencs of the principle. TJ'he Jeefita ara using every effbrt t, seoure an over. whhel ing mrjopity.

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KILMORE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

KILMOU YUOSPiTAL. The Annual Meeting of subscribers to the Kilmore Hospital. was held at Kelly's Hotel on Thursday the 13th instant. The memlers present were the President, and Messrs. Davis, Hayes, Bossence, Kerr, Trainor, Reilly, Wilson, rind Murra,. It was moved by Mr Hayes, and seconded by Mr Bossence, that the annual report, together with the balance ~seet, be adopted. Carried. Mr BoEsence w- '1ber voted to t.: bcir it was moved i.? r e"; i.::'" r.'' ,. !ed by M r H ayes, th; . f:, :r.'.... ;:i_ - . , to our Preaide~it , r . -i) tiring zeal in bri ' i ,rn· , :, ar. for his eflicieLCy j:s ?'.-: ",c;rt Similar votes : L? 1 ; 're .Tsd to th, respective oece: , v: Treasurer, Vic:..Pe:;,e',,rr! n:y, c :and Medical Oflcer:. ,'ou A.:,ii o':s It was moved b, Mi Davir , and seconded by Mr Hayes, thiat a do.!!ation of £5 5s be given to-the House Stewiard, for. ,the sails. factory manner in which hi'broks were kept. Mr Haves movedt the net, motion , watch stood in his name T?iit a ::aid M...

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SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

SPAIN. The D)ºlchcsa of Grmoa opp:s aher ion's aondi da!ture to the yIpaisii throne. Two dipunia IPi.-l been nonvicted of truant', and ecr.tncod to death. Admitel Tope:u bos bee elnuted riec-president of t!e Coitea. TIe I.idiop of Rarannn, en route for the (Eao. mepica] CinnciI a: Rome, fa. arrefted on his arrival at Ca.z.

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

SKILMORE BOROtUG COUt'NCIL. i The nsu?d forcightly meeting of the !Kilmo,"e Borough Council was hela on. Monday evening last, all the members being. present. The minutes, of previous: meeting were read and confirmed, after Councillor Hickey ' gos his name inserted as having v ted weainut the motion applying for prison labour. Correspondence, received since last meet t ing, was dealt with as follows?:- 1. From Bylands .Road Board, expressinc 1 its willingness to co.operate in having the { road to the Dry Creek proclaimed a maint Sone. Councillor Hickey moved that it hb received, and that the Boird be esked to. f name some of their numnberaa a deputatirn to accompany delegates from the Council to Swait upon Comrmissioner of Roads and t Bridges.ontlthe subject.. Carried. 2. From Willowmavin R6ad Board stating t its willingness to take action to get Quinn's a bridge erected, and ihviting the coroperation I of the Council. Councillor Sutden thought it was the solo: duty of the Willowrmav...

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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

RU41.SSLA. jA t""'s~rsw rdst L S. Nrtsre' wlrg, Nov-Wt or 16 flag~ t° a! IL~ I"; 11(1t t(1 a trims if P.H:,::n", 0 0 Odra ha. bcn tuhmii.' -'. Fienoh 4%tvd.4ur. Lmpero· Na:: the sliiinoj it io kuntp a a tird . F.;. Leap s stsoding tliri'

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A TWO CENT DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

A TWO CENT DOG. The other day, says the Richmondjourna' a two cent dog sprang from an alley, close' followed by a five cent bricl Rounding 'tL corner at right angles, he came in cont. with the feet of a Dutchwoman, whb w carrying a jug of molasses in one hand an a basket of eggs in the other. The sudden collision of the dog with her lower extrem ities threw her from her feet, and she sat down upon the basket of eggs, at the same i time breaking the jug of molasses upon the pavement. A young gentleman, carpet bag in hand,,anxious to catch the train, wan 7 running close behind, athd stepping on the fragment, of the jug and its contents sat. down on the chest of thb Dutchwoman, who said "Mine Got." The young man said something about mad dog, but in the excite. ment said it b ckwards. In the meantime the dog ran against the feet of a team of hor. aes attached to a load of potatoes,'and they taking fright, started for home. The end' board being out, they unloaded the potatoes along the s...

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CANADA WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

Th. IateetCaif.ni Ir.:, ; ý rri ban broken out amo t- tý t h (; .'rr~iio, - ih' bpro ris-n 1:7 ar.,e; ur.;. r.lýlrl.; , , r l; r (:Or rrc~ln.7 M'Dougell; They - r..,".. r H,:-r country, and ore5rr~Ipt : , r t their wan. Tth e L i.ns rer pra-ae thte in.PurgerF f

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A DETERMINED PAIR. ANNA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

A DETERMINED PAIB. ANN.L Now, mother, dear, don't talk, I praY My heart remaiidstrue still:. In spite of ill you choose to say, - .., I'm bound' to have my Will; WILLIAM. No longer, father, will I stand--. T'his overbearing manner; With her I'll leave my: home and land, For I'm bound to fave Anna,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

IMPORTANT TO FARMERS. John Fynn and C. BEGr to inhmate to the FARM~ERS of KILtORflE and SURTOUND)" ING DISR.ICTS that they have taken 0 D E A S M I LL 8, (LTately Ocncpie:l by MESSRS DEGRAVES & CO), annd are now prepared to BUY WHEAT in, any QUANTITIES. A FITST:CLAS?1S MILLER has been engaged, and J F. & Co. hnpe that 'v Special At tention to GRISTlIN, which will be done at the Usual Charges, ~u merit a 8hare of Custom. UNION FLOUR MILLS, KILMORE, THE Farmers of the surrounding district and business men of Kilmcor nre reepectfally informed that all FLOUR, &c., as produce of Grist senttothe s.b: MPI will be guaranteed superior-also, all Flour, &c., sold. JOSEPH EAGER, Late Miller for Degraves and Co. P.S.-Wheat Bought at Tull Market Value, and all Orif ing let dcre Frpfrrtely and productively.

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LATER AMERICAN AND ENGLISH NEWS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

LATER AMERICAN ENGL18H NEWS, -4.- (BY ELELTRIO TELEGRAPH.) (THOM 1s ARGUSe COUU37OI(Tnar .) Sixwrz, Tuesday. The Liruze iere, from San Francisco, brings dates from Ame=ice to November 20, and from Europe to orvember 16. Lo tLO, Novemb r IG. The Govtrnment has directed one of BEer Majesty's asrt teamers to conrry Mr Peabod)'s remains to .A~nrica. Just before his deastb, the deceased gentle man beqgeathed the munifloee t sum of £150,000 to the Peabody fund, nnder the control of trustees in Enghind, for ths be?nef of the poor; The Bishop td London pree:hed hip funeral sermon in West rr.irs!er Abbry, l;iioh wa orowded to overflowing on the sreslicn. The Times aormspondent states that the Frenoh Governmnt has refuted to vermit the rew Atlantic esale to laod there. It is presumed thbi is intended to sescrt its autho:ity in the same maneer as the orsernment of Wasbir?gon did, with a view to state mPsages hLsvig ocrtain privileges; Victor w-n the Livrrpdoo Cup, A severe hurrieana' hbs passe...

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Wednesday, January 19, 1870. Before Mr Akehurst, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

Wednesday, January 19, 1870.B Befoie Mr Akehurst, P.Mf. Police, per Ellen Kenrick, v John rick; application to -bind.to the j0 defendant was ordered to find one sure I £25, and be bound thiiself in a sum of as a guarantee of good behaviour for mon.h -.

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Tuesday, January 18. Before the Police Magistrate and Dr. Bindley. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

Tuesday,' January 18. ef , dre -the Police MFagistrate and Dr. Bindlev, SPolice,.per CLarles G. Anderson, .v Wmi Wiles, for assault. Fined £2 or one month's imprisonment. . . Amnn M'Dermott v ;Patrick ,MDermott. Application to bind to the peace., Defen, dant wias ordered to find one surety of £10 to keep. the peace towards prosecutrix for three montbhs -Willja& Wile v Charles A l ass?uit; ' lned £3 or one month ment r Meade v Gooley; adjourned to : application if Mr Twigg, wh?ai-pe complainant

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, January 14. Before Mr. Akehurst. P.M, and His Worship the Mayor. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, January 14. Before Mr Akehurst. PM, and His War. ship the Mayor. Peter Colville, chir?ed with attempting suicide, was remand-d to Tuesday on Dr. Broek's recnmnmendation. Police, ner C. G. Anderson; v Wm Wiles, for nsPault. Potlpned to Tuesday. Police, per Wm .Bkmhlett, v.Wm Wiles, for horPse t".lin... Di.rruissed Ann ?!'De 4; tt v Patrick M'Dermott. Tnfi?r".t.ion 'to bind to the peace. Posts 'poned to 18th for enquiry. Pyalong Road Board v John Noonan, for £3 5s rates. Summons not served, Same v E. Jackson. Settled. Same v. Timothy Murphy, for 18s. Debt admitted--order for amount and costs. Some v Wm Heffernan. . Summons not sered. Same v Michael Garratty: Settled. Springfield Road Board v Wm M'Lea, for £4 1s l rtes. Settled Same v same for £1 14a. Settle& : Same v'Roderick M'Kenzie. for L1 2s 6d. Order for amount and costs, less cheque for 1. 2s Gd sent by post. Same v' ohn Nicholson, for £2r Suminons not served ' .T. de 0.'Meade v Win Gooley, ...

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