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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870
UNION FLOUR MILLS KILMORE. THE Farmers of the surrounding district and business, men of Kilmore are respectfully informed that all FLOUR., &c., as produce of Grist sent to. the above Mills will be guaranteed suqeriow--also, all Flour, &c., sold. JOSEPH EAGER, Late Miller for Degraves and Co. P.S.-Wheaw Bought at Full Market Yalue, and all Gristing lots done separately. ad productively. Seymour Steam Flour Mills. ·-o-- MEGO to inform the Farmers of the Surrounding Neighborhood that they are vrepa BUY WHEAT in any Quantities at the Highest Current Prices. Bags to be had if Required Leahy's Forge.. J, Tritcheler and Co, B EG to announce to the inhabitants of Kilmore and the surrounding district that they have taken the above old and well established business, which they will carry on as usual. J. T. & Co. state, with the utmost confidence, that those of the publia who may favour them with their orders will receive the greatest satisfaction. Strict attention will...
HEATHCOTE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870
IEI?THCOTE 26. According to the Times, the following, prices rule for colonial produce at Hesthcote : Flour L12 to L12 104 per tJn Wheat 4s 6d to 4s 93 per bushel Oats es 6d to 4s do Cape barley 2s 6d to 3, 9d do. Maize 7s do Bran Is Od do Pollard is 3d do Potatoes £5 per ton Hay £3 to £4 do Obaff LS to £6 do Butter (good fresh) le 2d per lbo Eggs Is per dozen KYNETON. Tuesday, April 26, Flour £10 15e Maize, 5s to 5e 3d Bran, is Wheat 4s 3d Pollard, is Id Oats, 8s Od to se 23 Rye grass eaed, 6e to 7? do Potatoes, £4 15 to £5 per ton
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870
COMMERCIAL INTELLI?EN?UE KILMORE. George Hudson quotes: Oat., Colonial, 3s 6d to 3s 9d per bushel. Bran, is 9d per bushel Pollard, is Gd per bushel Hay, new L31."r ton Chaff, 4s per cwt Potatoer, 4s 6d to 5s per owt LANOEFIELIY. The Ohronicle reports as folilows :- Wheat 5s 6d to 6s Gd per bushel Flour L15 per ten Pollard Is 9d to 2s per bushol. Bran Is 6d do
A NEGLECTED GRASS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870
A NEGLEOTED oG&A8? (From the 'American Country Gentleman.') That the cook's-foot or orchard grass (Dactylis glomerata) will be more prized in the future than now there is no doubt in the mind of the writer. is a grass that has many points, and all good. It is the one great general grass, the points of wnich one would aim at if a model grass were to be bred, as we speak of cattle. It is the earliest of the grasses, com* inj as soon as the snow leaves or the sun shines; indeed, it may be said to be green under the snow a fodder the year round. It has this tenaci'y of its green state, which it best :preserves by being kept abort-fed off-green the year through, or from the earliest to the latest of the season, affording a pasture two weeks in advance of other grasses. This is a point that cannot be overlooked, especially when we consider ti at this grass forms a sod so dense, dry, and elevated, that tl:e earliest tramping will not hurt it and it will keep this greennems weeks la...
KILMORE POL[?] Tuesday. [?] (Before A P Akehu[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870
KILM0B· P TuejdaY' 7 (Before A eB M'Donald V, Nil the evdenCin this case it appeared tha the defeOdlt, rs tiussey, struck come' eplai ht a stick, Fined 10s, and £1 2 Gd costs. ell Withdrawn. James Warren v John Ilett, for 78 6d work and labor done. Settled. wndrew Lnch v Robert Shannon, for £6 2s wages. Order for amount, and £19s 6d 2s tswa. coe. as easey v George Watson, for carry, in more passengers outside of a coach than intharised. Withdrawn. Same v John Kelly, same offence. With drawnme v Patrick Ryan, for being drunk and disorderly Cautioned and discharged. Same v same, for resisting and assaulting police. Fined 2 and £2 damages, in des fault one month's imprisonment. John O'Brien v Patrick Meehan, for £7 16s 4d, goods sold. Settled. Sarah Md'Donald v Margaret Hussey. Application to have defendant bound over to keep the peace. Ordered to find surety of £iO to keep the peace for three months. vis Honor Judge Pohlman was for some time yesterday engaged in hearing the api peal c...
[To the Editor of the [?] [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870
[To the Editor of te;,, Sin,-I understand meeting the committee e Institute decided upon season's sotcalled "PopJ early date, and that thbO general public who too U matters were to. be ince preliminary meeting, on There can be no doubt management much thbt' ~ structive might be iM these gatherings, and it; the clergy 'nd other g and education will not as on former occasionfl These evening e . instructive, and inexpi0 " an attraction sufi"cieant members of our commsn i should be the study 9fj2 arrangements in te ,. character of the pr~i," possible . The success of thi e public greatly depenu:s who possess music , no false delicacy will gentlemen from as.is1l power to afford sO , refined character Trusting that th ?. ings will be well s, 5 rc prove even more sCu ors,. I remain, your
CHEAP COACHING. To the Editor of the Kilmore [?] [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870
CHEAP COACH?fG,I. To the Editor of the Kilmorefi Smn,--For what reason, maI.. fare on the morning coach of R:`j Co's line reduced from 10a to : between Kilmore and Melbour??, the benefit of passengers generi' to complete some selfish obj':.;" the- whole matter into considen lieve i ist the latter object ?:': tractors contemplate. For so:ii:' the fare between Kilmore noa.i was only 7s 6d, when all of aI: contractors rose it to lOs; butt : reduced it to 5s, because .:,. servant of theirs has started a'i own between those places at; Hence the reduction-to run the road, and prevent him ea for himself and family; acd succeed in. accomplishing their I trust they will not, up goest to 10s. The contractors fl that, by lowering the fare, ti of Kilmore and the surroau will patronise their coach, rn:: down with one fell swoop r Lr opposition coach. I trust that: succeed in their ohiect, and will stand by Mr Builev, anid to be so unjustly treated, tractors lower the fare on from 12s Gd to 5s, o...
Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1870. SALE OF SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870
iitatoie lrrt t IaPse PotLIaHBD THU?sPA i" TORNING. THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1870. SALE OF SPIlRITS. THERE is scarcely any subject upon which we feel such an acute interest as the law re lating to the sale of spirituous liquors, and we hail with the utmost satisfaction the pror bability that it will ere long receive the attention of our legislatos.; BAubjeeo of each vital, importance to the gelieral comr munity must, we are aware, draw forth strong arguments both for and ag iurtf 4 to such arguments, "and a thordugh ventilation of existing systems both here ahd elsewhere, we look for the groundwork of such a law as must of necessity be as improvement upon the present one, and therefore conducive to the welfare of the 'public, When we bear in mind the arduous nature of the task to? frame a wise law to regulate the sale of liquors in the country, and the almost moral impossibility of bringing within the pale of any enactment a certain class of spurious vendors who prey upon the public to an a...
POWER THE BUSHRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870
POWER THE BUSHRANGER. On Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock infor mation was brought to the police station, Maldon, that a hawker named Appleroth,.in the employ of a Mr Wiechman, of Melbourne had been stuck up, near Laanecoorie,. by Power. The man's statement is th t he was on his return trip to Melbourne and left Inglewood at 5 p.m. of Saturday, that he reached Easton's store, Laanecoorie, where he stayed for a short time, and was there endeavoured to be persuaded to remain for the night, but preferred to get on, and corn sequently did so until he reached, at about 11 o'clock, some five miles on the Maldon side of Laanecoorie, on the Bradford road, he having designedly or accidentally taken that road instead ,f keeping the telegraph route (he was driving a horse with, a light waggon loaded with the remnant of his wares). Fastening the horse to the waggon be retired within, and rolling himself in his blankets, went comfortably to sleep. At midnight he was awakened by some one pulling the...
WRECK OF THE WALTER HOOD. LOSS OF ELEVEN LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870
WRECK OF THK WALTER HOOD.. ----~---L LOSS OF ELJEVEN LIVES. From the Sydney afternoon telegram we take the following particulars of the wreck of the Walter Hood unear Ulladclla, on the Sydney coast, on Saturday morning last. The Walter Hood left London for Sydney in January last, and had on board as pass engers two gentlemen of the name of Smith and one named Haynes. She was driven ashore on Tuesday night near Cape Jarvis lighthruse, but was not seen until the folb lowing morning. The vessel was then broken amidships. Thirteen were hanging on. to the stern of the vessel, and eleven others were washed away and lost--among them Captain Latto, the master-and ten passengers reached the land. On. Friday morning two men attempted to take a line to the ship, but failed, in consequence of the high surf. It was soon found that no aid could be ren. dered from the shore, and a message was despatched to Sydney for a lifeboat or a steamer. The ship broke up very rapidly, and the beach was strewe...
KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 28 April, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870
KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 23 April, 1S70. --~--« Present:-His Worship the Mayor, and Crs. Bossence, Dowling, Hickey, Lyster, and Reilly. COBBRESPOSDECE. 1. From Cr Dowling, asking to be excused for non-attendance at the meeting which should have been held on Monday evening On the motion of the mayor, seconded by Cr Reilly, the letter was deemed sufficient apology. 2, From Liwrence Bourke, asking that some drainage should be attended to opposite Red Lion Hotel: Cr. Dowling moved that it be received and referred to the Public Works Committee for report, -Seconded by Cr Lyster and carried, Cr Hickey deprecatt ing the system of referring matters to com mittees and negativing them when they were brought forward. 3. From Jeremiah O'Mitchell, calling at tention to the bad state of the street at the back of his place. Referred to the surveyor, Cr Dowling remarking that the letter ap peared to be a hoax, and if so, the perpa trator ought to be sought out and punished. 4. From Thoma...
DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, April 27, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870
DALMAIBOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, April 27, 1870. FAT CATTIL':-The arrivals for the week were 1,022 head, one half of which consisted of Rood' quality from Gipps Land, and the others Northern cattle, of snied qualities. There was a good attend ance of buyers; and as the metropolitan trade bought very sparingly last week (on account of Easter holi, days), the competition was brisk throughout, e-pecially towards the close of the market, when inferior to medium sold at a slight advance. As the Lent is now over, and cooler weather setting in, we expect present prices will be well maintained, vis, 251 per 200 Ibs for the top pens; medium beef, from 17 64d to 20s : or say, brat bullocks, £9. to £10 ; good do, £8 to £8 10s medium, £6 10s to £7 104; heat cows L7 12s 6d to L8 2s 6d ; good do £6 to L,7. We have sold-120 bullocks for Mesers Campbell Bros, Trat ralgon Park ; and 40 bullocks for Mr Wm Thomson Airly, at from £8 10s to £9 15s, averaging L9 41 3d. FAT CALVXS.-62 came t...
THE FIJI ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870
THE FIJI ISLANDS. The private advices received by Mr Finner in regard to the cotton cultivation in Fiji are of the most encouraging nature. It appears that the Sea Island variety can be grown at 91 per lb (ill expenses paid), and fetches in the Liverpool market 4s; de ducting 3] epensees on frei..ht, insurance, brokerage, &o. it thus leaves a net profit of 3' per lb. Here then is the f:ld for colonial enterprise for the Victorians who cunnot get along and make a living in this colony. It is understood that the Polynesia Com pany will shortly setablish direct steam communica tion between Melbourne and Fiji, in conjunction with the new line of steamers from Sydney to San Fran, cisoo. The Springbok, despatched b_ Messrs Dodd and Thomson, and Mlesars Matthews, who are largely intera ed. in the Polynesia Company, took her departure yesterday far Levuka, fully filled with peassongers, stock, and freight. This is her second trip from this port to F.ji, under the command of Captain ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870
rESR DON & GOTIf', or 0ollins esree i west, Melbourne, have been appointed agent r th Journal. rMr GO000, Ballarat, has been appointed agent this journal. LO--- NDON AGENCY. THE PFao Pnass may be read gratuitously in Lon. on t th?~ News Rooms of Mesars GORDON and on at 121 h olborn Hill, where advertisements and erp nofor the name are recnivd. THE KILMIORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING A' SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. THE terms or advertising in the Kilmore Free Prees are as under : TWO SHILLINGS AND BIXPENCE PER INCH. t. reductian of ten per cent will be made for advertiesements ordered fir one month ; twenty per ent for two months; and thirty-three per cent for bree months :-beyond which time a special arrange. menttill be made. The terms of subscription to the Kilmore Free Press will be 69 6d per quarter in town, and 7a 6d if posted the country. ,The Quarters for suhbsription to the Free Press will commence on the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd September, and 23rd D...
NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870
NEW INSOLVENT; Robert Cockerell. of Yea, Blackhsmit of insolvency": Losses in business? having invefii d and erected a quA ing machine which proved a failure bilities, £190 19s 2d; asset, d1Ms deflciency, £181 1Is 8d MIr i cial assignee. Wm. Dryden, Springfield, fari! of insolvency : Failure of crop,i ness in family. Liabilities £1ii;]; assets, £22; deficiency, £13316i Jacomb, official assignee. , ,,.====. A?
LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870
LOCAL LAND BOARD. On Friday last a local I nd board, consist, ing of Mr Lewis and Bi \Worship the Mayor of Kilmore, sat at the Ki more Court house, and dealt kitb the following applications; PARISH OF GLENAROUA William Taylor applied for 238a 3r 29p in the above parish. Some of the inhabitants objected to the granting of the application, on the grmund that it would nave the effect of blocking up a road now much used by them for going to ard coming hrom certain t entres of population. The application was recommended, subject to the track being left open until such time as a road had been l made and a bridge constructed. James Mooney applied for 47a Or 37p. &nbsp; Applicant held some land under the 42nd section already. When asked did he intend &nbsp; to reside on or cultivate the land, he said, &nbsp; 'I couldn't cultivate rocks.' Recommended. Patrick Keenan, 35a 3r 30p, Glenaroua. In this case the applicant applied for more water frontage than the Act allowed...
Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 May 1870
The usual meeting of the committeeoof the Mechanics' Institute was held on Friday evening last-the President (Mr W. Davis) occupying the chair. It was decided that steps should be taken to get up a series of popular readings for this season, and with that view it was resolved that those of the general public desirous of co-operating with the movement should be invited, through the Free Press, to meet the committee, on to morrow (Friday) evenin, in the hall. A few small accounts were passed for payment, and. the meeting was brought to a close. "There is many a slip 'twixt the cup and the lip" is an old saying, the truth of which was exemplified during the past week in this district. A gay widower, who had not waited anything like the orthodox period of twelve months after consigning his late wife to her last rest, profiting no doubt by experience, was successful in captivating a fair damsel who agreed to become his "for better or worse." The intended bridegroom came into Kilmore the ...