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DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, May 11, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 May 1870

DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND C0'S REPORT. Melbourne, May It, 1870 FAT CATTLr'--The receipts for the week , i,105 head, principally from Gipps Land. , quality ranged from inferior to prime; and there n a fair aItendanee of buyers, but the competition ,, by no means brisk, owing to the trade being full stocked from the previous week's supplies. We quote--best bullocks, £9 to £10; good do, £E8 £8 10s; medium, £6 10s to £7 10s; best cor L7 12s 6d to L8 2e d ; good do £6 t ZL7, We hreb sold-120 bullocks for Messrs Campbell Bros, Tat ralgon Park; 40 bullocks for Mr Wm Tho0l,0 Aisly, at from £8 10s to £9 ]53, averaging L9 4i 3d 1 130 for Mesers Ri aad C Douglas, Brinreaenbh, bullocks, £6 181 61. cows, L5 l1s 31;.4r t Messrs Turnbull and ?enders3n, Loyang, at L FAT CA?vs.--About o0 head were yarded, s fe of which were very good, and sold readily at frcr 60s to 70s; medium, 40a to 50s; ct era, from ', upwards. We sold-12 for Mr M'Uallum, 1Melt?, at 249; 9 for MesarsTurnbuh andi laerson, 3!' to 89s;...

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BENALLA Thursday, 7th [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 May 1870

BENALLA Thursday, 7tt The Easign:reports the following as the pric, ? Ing - Flour, £15 to £15 10s pur tot Wheat, 6s Gd per bushel Pollard, Is Od de Bran, Ii 6d do Oata 4, 6d to 5s ed

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

BEATHCOTE According to the imes, the following prices rule for colonial produce at Heathoote: Flour L12 to L12 10s per ton Wheat 4s 6d to 4 i 91 per bushel OatG So 6d to 4s do Cape tarley 2s 6d to Ss 9d da Maize 7e do Bran le Od do Pollard Is 8d do Potatoes £5 per ton Hay £3 to £4 do Chaff L6 to £6 do Butter (good fresh) ls 2d per lb Iggs is por dozen

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

LANCEEFIELD. the Ohroniete reports as foilows :- Wheat 5s 61 to 6s ad per bushel Flour L1b per ton Pollard is 9d to 2 per bushel Bran is ad do

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

IADYE1 TT1SEMENTS. WANTED. W ANTED, a HERDSMAN, for the CARRTCKs O'SIIANASSY FARMERS' COMMON. For par iculars, intending- apulicants can apply to any of the undersigned hef ro 9'h June, 1870. JOHN MONCRTEFF JOFIN O'DWYER Managere; STEWART KENNEDY Tabilk, 9th May, 1870. FOR SALE 260 Acres of the Beat Land on the Goulhurn, with three quarters o' a mile 'frontage to the River: - For particulars apply to W L SA WELL, Auctio? ee', K!lmore SOMERSET .HOUSE. SEED OATS on RALE; also, prime TABLE SPOTATOES -WM. HARTNEL. DON'T YOU FEEL WELL: JOW often is this question asked to a weakened and exhausted being, who answers, " Yes, I feel well as far as health goes-I can eat and drink and sleep well, but I don't know how it is, I seem to get weaker; I rise unrefreshedr; I'm disinolined to rise; I've lost uiy spirits ; and in fact do'nt care about exerting myself. I've lost all my energy, and when I do anything, immediately afterwards I am exhausted; I know there is something wrong but I don't know...

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

DONNYBROOK. E M'oreman, - Donnybrook four mi(ll quo1li folllows : o l. Flour, £12 1Ca per ton Bran, Is 4d per bushel Pollard Is 6d per bushel

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IRELAND: [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 May 1870

IRELAND: MiTrALLow ELEcrTIO.-Mr Knox has lodged a petition -against Mr Munster's return for Mallow. St Patrick's Day appears to have passed off amid comparative peace. We hear from Cork that the threatened Fenian demonstra. tion on St Patrick's Day was abandoned. There was no procession, or collection at the Roman Catholic Chapels for Fenian pur poses. The only demonstration was a Fenian ball at the Atheneum on 18th March. {RoYAL VTsrr TO IsELAND. - We are informed that the rumour which has been freely circulated that the Prince and Princess of Wales were to'visit Belfast shortly after Easter, in order that the Prince might inaugurate the Belfast Albert Memorial, turns out to be without foundatlon. The committee have met, and forwarded a request to Her Majesty to inaugurate the memorial. Should she be unable to comply with the invitation, the .Prince of Wales will be invited. A Conference of Tenant Farmers of the North of Ireland was held at Belfast on 4th March to consider the Land...

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KYNETON. Tuesday, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 May 1870

KYNETON, Flour £10 15s Tuesday, April 2 Maize, 5a to 5 Sd Bran, Is Wheat 41 31 Pollard, sl Id Oats, 3s Od to 34 21 Rye graess rpd, 6s to '7 do Potatoes, £415s to £5 per ton

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POWER AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 May 1870

POWER AGAIN. Another case of robbery under arms has taken place, which, from the description of the offender furnished to the police, is credited to Power's voluminous criminal account. At 10 p.m. on Wednesday last, the dwelling of a farmer named Alexander M'Donald, residing at Rochford, was entered by an armed man, who demanded what money there might be in the house. M'Donald assured him there was none, and then he ordered the farmer to provide him with a horse, saddle, and bridle. A bay mare was got ready, which the robber mounted and rode off, telling M'Donald in confidence that he would shoot him if he gave information to the police. That Power, however, is wrongfully charged with some of the highway robberies which take place from time to time in the country districts has just been shown in the case reported in our columns of Saturday of a robbery under arms which took place at Romsey on the 12th inst, when a farmer named Burton was 'stuck up.' The outrage was duly credited &am...

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HOME NEWS. SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 May 1870

HIOME NEWS. -4-~-- SCOt h au., The New Town House of Dundee is to cost between £30,000 and £40,000. Sheriff Mackenzie has been gazetted to the seat on the Scottish Judicial Bench, vacant through the death of the late Lord Bareaple. The Highland estate of Rosehall, in the county of Sutherland, the property of Sir James Matheson, Bart, has been. purchased for £5C,000 by Messrs Rull and Burn, soli. citors, Inverness, for behoof of constituents. A LA?n wr'lt Two HEADS.-A. lamb was born alive in Linlithgowshire the other day with two complete heads. It sunked with both months, but died shortly after its birth. OLD W~IE.-At the sale in Edinburgh of the wines of the late Colonel Ferguson, of Raith, some 1520 port fetched 180s per doz; 1S57 Madeira, l10s; and 1848 claret, 190s. IoltsE 1LA?s.--Glasgow people have been running the risk of becoming unwitting hyppophagists, A pig feeder near Carmyle, who is in custody, has admitted having pre. pared a number of hams of horseflesh, pre. par.ator...

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

KILMORE.--Tmpounded at Kilmore bay or It, long tail, A near shoulder biy mare, star, off bind foot white, BO over diamond near Phoulder, diamond off neck If not claimed, &o, to be sold on 8th June 0 G ANDERSON, Poundkeeper LANCEFIJ?iD.-Imprunded at Lanceflald bay filly, small star and snip, both hind fetlooks white like OF t ear sto der chesnut entire colt, stripe down the face, off fore and bath bind fellooks white, like f)E near shoul der black filly, snip near fore fetlock white, like JP or JF near shoulder bay cob horse, star, blotch, brand off shoul d-r bay filly, star, and snip, like AW conjoined near shoul-er chrenut more, star, Ho near shoulder bay filly, star, near hind fetlock white, CE near abonul der bay colt, star and snip, near fore and hind fetlocks white, M near shoulder black cole, stripe down the face, near fore fetlock white, no brands visible grey mare, like i near shoulder urey mare, long tail, no brands visible dark iron grey colt, star, anchor near sho...

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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 Press.) Son,--Somrtime ago I ohs.rved a paragraph in your columns relative to a certain "good woman," of amaz mian character, rasiding in Church street, who, in a most barbarous and altogether shorking manner, was in the habit of despatching her neigh. bours' goats by cutting their throits. I can now relate another cf this virago's explaits, which is anything but creditable to the distriot in which she has i ·r abode, and only in keeping with her previous notorious character for abupiveness and petty misohief.making. One of her neighbors, it. the discharge of his duty, directed her to give more at'ention to the cleanliness of a certain public insti. tution, not far from the place she resides-the cleans ing of which, it was understood, she had agreed to do. This interference roused all the ferocity rf her nature. She imagined she had been insulted, as ignorant people are apt to do, and her subiequent tsctio have proved that she is capable of any amount of f...

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

The treasurer of the Kilmore Hospital begs to acknowledge receipt of the following donations --Per Messrs W. Kerr and Co., Tabilk branch; John Wylie, £1; W. C. Martin, Jas. Maher, A. Irvine, 10s Gd each ; Y. W., P. Ready, A. C. Cupit, E Burrows, W. Stewart, J. M1'Quade. 5a each; 1. Medd, 5s Gd , Jas Riley, T. Wilson, B. Buscombe, 8. Brown, J. M'Dermott, It. Anderson, G. M'Carty, Pat Farrell, H. Beavns, Jno Gor, don, 2s Gd each; Garrett Joyce, 2s; H. Watts, T. Curt, Chas Deanhoe, R. H. Nugent, W. Bartlett, G. Robertson, is each:; money not claimed, 8s. Total, £6 8s 10d. Per Messrs John Fynn and Co; Mr Fawkb ner, J. O'Connor, Chas Maher, £1 each; John Ready, 14,; Moore Bros, 13s 3d: Jas Keagle, Uls Gd; John Griffin, 10s 9d; Wm Miller, 10s 2d; James Tallon, Samuel Crane, 10s; Stephen Harris, 8s Rd; Finlay M'Crae, 7s 3d; Robt Cravan, 6s 6d; Pat Seymour, Daniel Sutherland, Thos. Alexan. der. James Stennings, A. M'Kenzie, Pat Ryan, M. J. M'Culla, 5s each ; Winm. Thorpe, 2s Gd. Total, 419 ...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1870. AGRARIAN OUTRAGES IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 May 1870

t m Q fv ASrec PeBr00 PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1870. AGRARIAN OUTRAGES IN IRE* LAND. -0--~---- IT is scarcely possible to find either a home or foreign journal of a late date in which agrarian outrages in Ireland are not graphi cally depicted, and to a cursory observer it would appear that the whole British press is engaged in working out some great prin ciple of reformation for that country, so assiduous is it in its attention to recording, with almost thrilling and romantic sensation, and with the most minute particulars, how a threatening letter was written to a certain landlord, enclosing a pen-and-ink sketch of coffin, indicative of what he should prepare a for, and how such landlord took a noble stand, determined to die in the vindication of his rights, rather than show the white feather and shrink from threatened annibila tion. This sort of story, with many others, varying only as the imagination of their authors may dictate, must be served up to English ...

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A WONDERFUL STORY-TELLER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 May 1870

A WONDERFUL SrORY.TELLER. -o An Englishman travelling on the Missilssippi told several tough stories about some London thieves. A Cincinnati chap named Case heard these narratives with a silent but expressive 'Umph !' and then re' marked that the Western thieves beat the London operators all hollow. '* ow so?' inquired the Englishman with surprise 'Pray, sir, have you lived much in the West?' 'Not'a great deal. I undertook to set up business at oas Mcisae Rapids awhile ago, but the rascally people stole nearly everything I had, and finally a Welh miner ran off with my wife ?' ' Geaeious I' said the Englishman, ' And have you ne-~rfound her F 'N-v r to this day. But that was not the worst of it.' SWorse What could be worse than stealing a man's wife ?' 'Stealing the children, I should say,' said the im. placable Oase. ' Children?' ' Yes. A nigger woman who had none of her own, abducted my youngest daughter, and eloped and joi ed the Injuns.' 'Did yon see her?' ' See her! Yes; s'e had...

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

The Herald ys another cae of child murder, ,Te Hate s o-onelment of birth, has come to oe at lesit odl dy of a female child, which is litht Thae een prematurely born,waa discovered thought to have , i in a boat moored to the jetty o' Teil.da? Ihe infant was 'erepped in a piece at S. aico od then in a newspaper It was of white cali oing box, which :was concealed paced ine of the seats of the boat The child under one been about ten days o'd at the time of it death, a d the body was much decomposed of inqu death lle held u o thebody as soon as the ptolie hare bad time to make inquiries into the mnatts pr.gp?IOY o MoBLIITz -Ad deputation rom the ocit for the Promotion of Morality from the Society h the Hon the Chief Secretary, wsited on Friday ying before the Government ] for the purpo TP relation to the immoral character of some of the poblicbouses and places of night enter, many of the city. The deputation was introduced tbya hTen REI Dean e Macartney, with whom were by the sneents Be...

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

SA DHfURST Messrs L. ,fc?&cEasoN AND Co. rrpo-t: Monrtay, 9th; Se urdey, 14h I$e-floaes xlT.-Unhroken Stock , None forwaid. This (&onday, 1M h) we soll twenty five head of esa horses for AMr W Mitchtll, oJt .Ebuce. -rElnP Stock Th.is market ,emains wiehout alteration I prices. but the busines doing is viry limirted F class draught stock maeirntins its price, but the b of the sales are to farmers in th, disrPict. We seldom seen so few srangers atetend our nsrkett' We believe a dry week would imp o tIe ho trade, as in some parts tie land is tot wet for so ing in any way, but until the Coliban Wstecr7 or railway ext'nsirsn oomm el5e, there is not t likelihood of any permanent imprvsment i? place in the demand for the best class ol dnd stork. DAxY CAT'Ire -Ture?day, 1th, and Th.un l 12th Mady.-We have enquiries for gtod Ilthlo but nose were yarded on Tuesday or ThursdayliW are worth from £8 to £10 per head.. F.atM AND DAIRY PRoDUoa --Supplies hivt barely equal to demand ...

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A GOLDFIELD ON THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 May 1870

., GOLDFIELD ON THE MUURRAY.., (FROM THE I. BODER POST.) For. some tiwge past it has been known that gold vas found on the Upper Murray, :;nd on both sides of the river. To parties well acqutinted with the outward indication (,f a goldfield the flats along the banks of the nMurray hayv always suggested the praha bility uofthere being a rich gold deposit bhe ',eth. To qou. owt knowledge gold was obtained in a gully leading to the river, though we confess it was not got in payable quantities; but now there appears to be something tangible, from the fact that part ties have found gold again qt Talgarno, and have made application to Mr Harkins, acting C P S. at Wodong,, for miner's rights hould this ground turn out good it will do much for the Albury and W\odonga districts, for there is no doubt the land'is all more or less auriferous, the only question beion as to its paying qualities, and this fact would al. most appear to be set at rest by these prosi pecting parties coming in to Wod...

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A JOINT-STOCK SENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 May 1870

A JOINT-STOOK SENSATIONU. From the "Peerybingle Papers" in the Weekly Times of last week, we take the following burlesque prospectus. The project is strictly original: A great idea has got into my head, and has elbowed all other small ideas out, just as Syoung cuckhoo elbows the other birds out of his nest. I'm going to be a provmo.er-to promote myself, and a Company. Already I've begun by settling my cart and things oil my family; and I've got hold of a seedy chap to write my prospectus, as that style of con. posing's a shade beyond me. Promise ime that you won't split, and I'll show you the rou.gh draft. It's rather jerky at present. The seedy chap brought it in last night, and borrowed two shillings on account. This is it: PROSPECTUS. The Patent Amputated )1 utton Compary (Limited). Capital, Ten Millions Sterling. In one million shares of £10 each. Deposit, Five Shillings per Share. Provisional Directors: Jeremiah Chitterlings, Esq, Prahran. Peter Brisket, Esq, Collingwood. Joh T...

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POETRY. HAVE COURAGE TO SAY "NO! [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 May 1870

POETRY. HAVE COURAGE TO SAY "' O i' You're starting today on life's journey, Alone on the highway of life; You'll meet with a thousand temptations, Each city with evil is ,ife. The world is a stage of excitement, There's danger wherever you go; But if you are tempted in weakness, Have courage, my boy, to say No. The syren's sweet song may allure yeu, Beware of her cunning and art; Whenever you see her approa.Ling, Be gua:rded and haste to depart. The billiard saloons are inviting, Decked out in their tinsel and show; You may be invited to enter, Have courage, my boy, to say No. ThI bright ruddy wine ray be offered- No matter how tempting it. be, From poison that sings like an adder, My boy, have the courage to flee. The gambling halls are below you, Their lights how they dauce to and fro ! If you should be tempted to enter, Think twice even thrice ere you go. In courage alone lies your safety, When you the long journey begin, And trust in a Heavenly F'ther, Who will keep) you unspot...

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