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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 May 1870

ADYVE1TISEMENTS. FOIL SALE.. j.VE DRAUGOTr (o')rI,8 mud FILLTH. . 'Ap' IFt ~ OHN P.,.SSURRI" hY , A.DVT?Ti GR TIB. HOLLOWAYS PILLS. fleadaces, Bite, Losa of Appedtie, and lowness of " Spirits. These Pills require no interruption of business or leasure,: they act millly on the bowels, and strecthen" he stompch, and promote a healthy action of the liver, whereby they purify the blood, cleanse th. ,kin, brace the nerves, and invigorate the whole. sr. ,n. They e~fect a truly wondeful change in dehili. ited consti'tions as'they create a healthy apoetite, norreet indigestion, remove bile, giddiness, headachee, aid palpitation of the heart,. Weakness and Debility: Tn cases of dehilitv. langour, and nervousness, gene. rated he excess of any kind, whether mental or nly losl, the effect of these Pills is iii the hihest, degre, brhacing. renrvsting, and rePtorative. They drive rom the system the morbid cause of diseease, re establish the digestion, regulate all the secretions; 'brace the nervo...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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MAKING ENDS MEET. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 May 1870

MAKING ENDS MEET. The secret of getting ricb, I take it, lies in a nutshell , "Spend less than you earn." A man who sees to it that he does that, at the end of every week, month, or year, will be sure to gel ahead. It was on this prinm ciple that Sally and I began speaking, and every year has been a little progress, until we have got things fixed up pretty much to suit us. By a fixed haLit we lived.within our means, and this makes a rich man, in town or country, no matter what his bank account is. We didn't have any carpets on the floor at first, because I thought the land wanted a carpet of manure a great deal the most. But the money that I kept laying on the land at last began to come back, so that we could have a Brussels carpet without running into debt for it. It was rather a proud d y when that roll of carpeting was brought into the house. Sall had waited for it a dozen years, and every thread of it came out of her own bones, as much as if she had spun and wove it all herself ...

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DONNYBROOK AND WALLAN WALLAN ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, 26th April. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 May 1870

DONU YBROOK AND WALLAN WALLAN ROAD BOARD. -; Tuesday, 26th April. Present - The Chairman, Dr Wilson, Messrs Wilson, Wright, O'Connor, Abbott, Smyth, and Hawk. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Roads and Bridges office, in reply. From the Treasury, Melbourne, respecting subsidiary vote. From clerk to Conference of Road Boards, February, 1870. Resolved that these three communications require no consideration From lessee of Kinlochewe Tollgate, re specting repairs to tollhouse. Resolved that a galvanised iron roof be put on the toll, house. From a party of labourers employed by the Board, asking the eig't hours system Moved by Dr Wilson, and seconded by Mr Wilson, that the request of the labourers contained in this communication be not come plied with. As an amendment, ir Abbott moved that the request be acceded to, seconded by Mr O'Connor The Chairman would not support the motion or the amend, ment; it would, he said, be establishing a p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 May 1870

EgSgS GORDON-& OTCH, or Collins steeer If welt, Melbourne, have been appointed agent r tbi Journsal Mr GOOO, Ballarat, has been appointed agent thi journal, LONDON AGENCY. RTE PFar PBEss may be read gratuitously in Lon on at the News Booms of Messrs GOuDON and I Gorci,121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and ubscripone for the sime are received. T1FKILMORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISIED - EVERY THURSDAY MORNINO AT SYDNEY SBTEET, ,I"ILMORE. THE terms or adrertiing in the Kilmore Free Press are as under: TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENOE PER INCH. A reduction of ten per cent will be made for sdvertisetlents ordered inr one month ; twenty per eat for two months; and thirty-three per cent for hree months :-beyond which time a special arrange ment will ba made. The terms of subscription to the Kilmore Flee Press will be 6f 6d per quarter in town, and 7s 6d if posted the country. Ths Quarters for subscription to the Free Press will commence on the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd September, and 23rd...

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SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 May 1870

SANDHU?S,. Mwrs T,. MAOPHBBE N ~AD Co. report - Hosnal.MAunsT-Monday 2nd May;and Saturday 7th May._-V nbroken stook.-We yarded 70 head being 20 bead for A Cameron Esq, of Chows ; and 50 for Messrn ]assie, Dailey, and Greene, of the Lachblan. The demand for really usefil medium draught stook here is almoat unlimited, but weedy horses, whatever signs of breeding they may exhibit, are perfectly un, muited to our-market and utterly nnsaleab:l: Prices on Nionday ranged from L3 to L17 10. for Cameron's and from L 15s to £28 15. for the others. ]Broken in Stock.-The sale in our batser on Saturday was ueusiually dull, although the attendance of the outti le public who came in to see the show was very numerous.. Mr Wm Ross and Mr P Finn's stook were much admired, but only a few of these splendid hordrs found buyer;. Prices remain ?firm at last week's quotations. DAIRY C?TTLi.-T-uesday 3rd, and Thursday 8th May.-We have sold sixty head of' dairy stook this wrek.at the following prices: Heifer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 12 May 1870

JINION FLOUR MILLS. KILMORE. THE Farmers of the surrounding district and business men of Kilmore are respectfully informed that all FLOUR, &c., as prodece ef Qriet sent to the above Mills will be guaranteed superior-also, all Flour, &c., sold. JOSEPH EAGER, Late Miller for Degraves and Co. P.8.-Wheyt Bo.ught at Fll4 Market Value, a 4 all Griating lots done separately and productively. Seymour Steam Flour Mills. m---- . $EG to inform the Farmers of the Surrounding NeighborhoodIthat they art prelpare to 33VY WHEAT in any Quantities at the Highest Current Prices. Bags to be had if Required, Leahy's Forge, J. Tritcheler and Co. TEQ to announce to the inhabitants of gilmore and the eurrounding district that they have taken the, above rld and well established business, which they will carry on as uc1?g. J,. T. & Co. tlate, with the ptmrst gor.dednce, that those of the public who may favour them with their. orders will receive the greatest eataerao ion. Striot atten...

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CHEAP COACHING. (To the Editor of the Free Press.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 May 1870

CHEAP COACHING. (To the Editor of the Free Press.) Sze,-As cheap coaching is now the rage in Kilmore, perhaps s:me enterprising person would extend it as far as Seymour. From your journal we lenn that people are conveyed from Kilmore to Melbourne by Robertson and Co for 6s--a distance of 87 miles-while from Seymour to Kilmore-only 26 miles-they charge 15w. Now, if 5s 6d pay for 37 miles, surely 15i for 25 miles is real extortion. lence. my troubling you. Could not Mr Bailey extend his opposition coach to Seymour, and obarge tle same as he does from Melbourne to Kilmore namely, 7a 6d, or 15s between Seymour and Moel bourne: :This, I have no doubt, with the parcels, would pay handsomely, as every person here would patronine him. Now, that we are to have a railway terminus here, and that the railway will be coms mencrd at this place as well as at Melbourne, I trust my suggestion will not be lost to thoe inte rested. Yours, &o, PASSENGER. Seymour, May 17.

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A MODERN BARBARIAN. (To the Editor of the Free Press.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 May 1870

A MODERN BARBARIAN. (To the Editor of the Free Press.) SrB,-Toose who are in favour of t mixed marriages' would have had a painful proof of their baneful effects by being (n the road leading to the Kilmore Catholic Ohapel on last Sunday morning. There, about half past ten o'clock, a despicable specimen of humanity might have been seen dragging and abusing a woman, whom I supposed to be his wife, in order to make her turn back from the place of worship to which she was going. The woman struggled hard to make her way to church, and cried out at the same time that her husband must nos prevent her from going to pray at the church of her choice; but all her efforts were of no avail, ai her male companion after repeated efforts succeeded in dragginr her back. To a person who was not an eye.witness of this sat, it will appear almost incredible that, in an enlightened age and in such a oivilised country as Australis, there could be found a person so stupid as this litt;e fanatic who made su...

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POLICE PROTECTION. (To the Editor of the Free Press.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 May 1870

POLICE PRO~PEOTION. (To the Editor of the Fee Press.) Brm,-Perhaps you could inform ms how it is that there is no police protection for Kllmore after the mail coach leaves here for Melbourne every morningP COonseq'enly, if anything serious occurs from that time until 7 a.m, the inhabitants have no protection, are forced to jump out of their beds in a state of nudity and go to the police camp to give information. If the borough representatives would look after the interests of the town with as much energy as they display in quarrelling with each other when they meet for the despatch of business, this could and would have been long ago remedied. 1 respectfully request that Tou, Sir, will at least per. form your duty as a jiurnalist, and show to the ' powers that be' the great necessity of having con stant police protection curing the entire night in the streets of Kilmore. I-am, &o, RATEPAYES. inlmore, 18th May, I~m mm mmmmmmmmm

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CROWN GRANTS TO NON RESIDENT SELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 May 1870

CROWN GRANTS TO NONtRESIDENT SELECTORS. There was laid before the Assembly th6 opinions of counsel bearing upon the issue of Crown grants to selectors who have not resided on their allotments. The opinions wought were b sed upon the following case submitted by the Crown Lands Department: -" A lessee under section 12 of the Amend, ing Land Act, 1855, applies to surrender his lease, and to obtain a new lease under sect tion 33 of Land Act, 1869. lie has com plied with the condition respecting improve' ments, and with the other covenants and conditions of his lease, ercepting that of residence, as required by section 14 of the Amending Land Act, 1865. Can his ap plication be gtanted4 " Mr J. W. Stephen gave it as his opinion that section 14 of the Act, 1865, contemplated a covenant by the lessee to reside. Residence was imposed by section 11 of Act 237, as a condition of obtaining a Crown grantunder that act; but it was not mentioned in section 14, as one of the conditions to be enforc...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Tuesday, May 16. (Before His Worship the Mayor.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 May 1870

KILMORE POLICE COURT. . Tuesday, May 16. (Hefore His Worship the Mayor.) Patrick W. Crough was charged with being drunk and disorderly early on the morning of Sunday last. A second charge of resisting the police was also laid against him. Mr Meade appeared for defendant, and urged on behalf of his client that he thought the pohceman who was arresting him, who was in plain elothes, was interfering with his rights as a citizen. His Worship said as this was the second offenice, defendant would be fined 40a for being drunk and disorderly, and $0s for resisting the police. Patrick W, Crough was charged with wilful injury to private property of Bridget M'Kay, value 40s. No appearaaQe, Same charged with damage to the private property of John M'Burney. No appear ance. Catherine Kenedv was charged with abusive language. Adjourned to-Friday. E. and M. Maloney v Alex Laurie. Struck out. R, Fitzgerald v Clack, good sold. Ad. journed until Friday. John J. Reilly v Winm. Connely. Settled. Michael...

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(To the Editor of the Free Press.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 May 1870

(To the Editor of the Free Preis.) Sin,--I am desirous, through the instramentality of your columns, to eull the attention of the Borough Council to the impassable state of John street. I had on Friday last the mournful duty to perform of taking the last remains of my deceassd brother to the cemetery. The state of the street precluded the approach of the hearse any nearer than John street Bridge, so I brought out the horde and dray to coent vey the c.fin to the hearse, but thei I was unable to ac.-omplish as the h,'rso c uld nit move the stray, Some friends, whom I most thus publicly thank, tben sholr e-ed the c?fl.n; end, up to their knees in mud and mire, conveyed ti:e coffia to the hearse. Althtugh no; a ratepayer, as I reside on the boundary of the borogh, I, wirh many others, ratepayers and farmers, forwarded a petition last January to the coucoil that John-street might b. made p.esable, but I hare not hlead thrt any action was taken ini the matter. HEoling this letter may attr...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 May 1870

TO CORRESPONDENTS. To ensure the snsertzn of communications it is absolutely necessary that they should be couched in moderate language, and written ia the form of let ter:. dll comnmunications intended for insertion must be authenticated by the name and address of the oriter nca necessarily for publication but as a guanteee of good faith. -4-------

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 May 1870

NEW ZEALAND. We have new New Zealand files to the 11th May. The following native news is from the' Thames Advertiser' of the 2nd: A gentleman who reached Shortland yea terday, overland from Tauranga, furnishes us with the following news --On the night of the 24th April, Colonel St. John, and William Marsh, of the Arawas, with 60 men. advanced on Tamaikowa's position, at Wha-' karae, beyond Ohiwha, but failed to surprise him. On entering the pah it was found deserted by all except an old man named Tipene, of the Upokorohe tribe, who was instantly killed. A party of natives dis. covered the trail of a large party of the enemy last week, beta een Mount Edgecombe and Tauoroa. Four of the enemy's scouts were pursued by our men. The horses were taken, but the natives escaped by dismount,. ing and taking to the bush, To Kooti's whereabouts is not known. A Napier telegram furnished in the West Coast Times of the 9th says:- Watty's party returned to Mohaka, having scoured all the country bet...

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A SHAM CLERGYMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 May 1870

A SHAM CLERGYMAnY. An i'dividual calling himself "The Rev James Thornton" alias "Thompson," has been largely viol timising well desposed persons of means in the Beau fort district. He has been by turns representing himself as a Presbyterian, a ohurch of England, and a congregational clergyman, from Christ Church, New Zealand, and states that he is colleoting funds for the resbuilding o! a chroh, which was burned down by the Maories. The assumed minister has presented to several persons of standing a list of subs scriptions, containing sums amounting in all to about £200, which he states have been contributed towards the reserection of his churcbh Mrs Colonel Roberts, of the Connewarran station, was induced to subscribe £10, and Mr Robert H od, J P., of the Murray atsk tion, also contributed. His visits to this lady and gentleman were made on the 20th of last month. His would be reverence is described as having white hair, a squint in one eye, and wearing glasses. He drives a one hor...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 May 1870

COMMEBRIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. George fludson quotes:- Oats, Colonial, 8s Od to 3s 9t per bushel Bran, ls Sd per bushel Pollard, Is 6d per bushel Blay, new L3 .r tdn Chaff, 4s per cwt. Potstoer, 4. 6d to 5s per cwt -_

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THE SMYTHESDALE TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 May 1870

THE SMYTHESDALE TRAGEDY: A man named Donald Cameron, residing near the 8t:ythesdale tollgate, has for some time past been subject to slight fits of iraenity; ' He is a miser work ing in the old ground in the neighbourhood, He was r over v olent, and it was not, therefore, deemed neceseary to place him ender re taint, the family watching him pretty closely, though on one occasion be was away all night in the bush without giving any reason for his conduct. It appears that on Saturday morning, about 7 p m., he and his wife were up in the ki'cben, and the eldest son was in a bed in an adjoining room. The back door was open, and the i'ie seeing Cameron going towards the door and looking rather wild, closed it and stood with her back against it. Cameron put his arms round her and she screamed out: He then inflicted a fearful gash in her throat with a knife, cutting through the windpipe and jugular vein. Her daughter saw her put her dress up to her throat and run about forty yards and drop...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 May 1870

\rWAN'TED, S TANTED, frr St Andrew's Pr shterian Church, a LAI), or ELDE.I.LY MAN, to oet as Church Cfcer and Minis rr's Mar.; oi board in Mar:se Apply to Rev ROBERT HUNTER MINING LEASES DECLARED VOID. AT ENTION i, dir o ed to the ' Gwrernm nt G zette' of the 13th May, 1870 in which it is rwtified that the und, rmeutioncd leases have been declared void: - SANDIItET ] I RICT-]ILM?' IE DIVIS)ONl Lease No 1260, daced 2Lat Ju e 1869, T Wnit?eld, 21a 3r 3j, Goulburn River Lr'se no 1276, dated 10 h June, 1869. J D Webeler and ano'her, 20a Or 10p, eaat of Higi: bothlam Leese No 1357, ,?ated 10 h January, 1870, D Munro, 13s Ir 23p, Reedy ('reek R BROUGII SIMiYI, Secretary for l inea OMllo e tf Mines, Melbourne, 16th May, 1870 (ADVT)-' Berkeley, September, 1869-G(ent! I feel it a duty I owe to ou to express n' g?e'8 for the great bentlt I have derived by takig ton's Camomile Pills' I have applied to yol Mr Bell, Berkeley, for the abovelesmeO?i~ wind in the stomaoh, from which I suleredeeru i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 May 1870

.4CESSII GORDON &- UUUXiU1m, 01 vuu a BUM 1, west, eflbhurne, have been appointed agent rthis Journal. Mr G000CI, Ballarat, has been appointed agent this journal. LONDON AGENCY. TEF. FnEa Pars may be read gratuitously in Lon on, at the News Rooms of Messrs Gouano and Ooccn, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and subscrip ons for the s?me are received. TRH ]ILMORE FREE PRESS, PUBLISTIED EVEY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. TH2 term~ or nadertiling in the Kilmore Free Trees are as under : iTO SUIlLLINGIS AND SIXPENCE PER INOH. A reduction of ten per cent will be made for scertiseents ordered fr one month ; twenty per entfor two months; and thirty-three per cent for bree months :-beyond which time a special arrange moent will be made. The termof ubseription to the Kilmore Free Press will be 1 6Sd per quarter in town, and 7s 6d if posted the cuntry, The Quarters for subscription to the Free Pres, wvil commence on the 23rd March, 23-d June, 23rd September, and 23r...

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AN IRISH DEFINITION OF DRUKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 May 1870

AN IRISH DRFINITION OF DR?LKENNESS. -4----- At the hearing of a case of damagel egainst a rail: way company in the Court of Queen's Bench, Dublin, a few months ago, John B'Oluskey, a railway cuard, was examined by Mr Carleton, Q 0. He deposed that on the morning on which Mr Bloane, the phintiff. sustained the accident he saw him at Enfield, and called to him to take his seat, or he would be lett behind. The train was delayed a few minutes while he was trying to take his seat; the station master also called to him. Had you an opportunity of judging of the position of Mr Sloane as to his being capable of taking eare of himself ? Witness-I sup. onsa I must answer the question ? Mr Carleton, QC--Indeed you must. Chief Justice-There is nothing confidential here; everything is above boarn. (Laughter.) Witness-However, he was not sufft ciently sober to know that he was drunk; (Lauehter.) Mr Heron, Q. C-In your opinion then, if he knew he was drunk he would be more sober. (Renewed laughter....

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