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SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 May 1870
SANDlHUBT. Messrs L. MA?OPHBsoN AND Co. reporb- Monday, 16th; Saturday, 21st May-Honsi MiVA xBn:-Unbroken Stock :.1None forward. This day (&.onday, 16"h) we sell twenty Sfe head of capital horses for Mr F W Mitchell, of oEhuca. Broken in Stock: Tilis market remains without alteration as to prices, but the business doing is very limited. First class draught stock maintains itsprice.but the balk of the salesare to farmers in the district. We have seldom seen so few strangers attend our market here: We believes dry week would improve the horse trade, as in some parts the land Is too wet for work ing in any way, but until the Ooliban Water-works, or railway extension commences there is not much likelihood of any permanent improvement taking place in the demand for the best class of draught stock. Fax Aumo DAmr t OAST -Tuesday 17th, and Thusrday 19th May.-Our sales are dry cows, L3 to LA 128 01; calves, 13s to 45se milch cows, L7 to LS 10s. A limited demand exlstt for really good...
FEARFUL TRAGEDY AT BALLARAT. MURDER AND SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 May 1870
FEARFUL TRAGEDY AT BALLARAT: MPRDER AND SUICIDE. We take the following particulars from Saturdays. Ballarat Evening Post: At half.past 9 this morning, the whole town was thrown into a tremendous state of excitement by. a rumor, which spread with fire-like rapidity, that Mrs Mose, the wife of Mr W. Moss, tinsmith, in Arm strong. ctrset, had been foully murdered by a man named Jauces Cooke, of the firm of Cooke Brothers, ironmongers, alsoa of Armstrong street. Uhfortn. nately these terrifying rumours were correct. Upo hastening to the scene of the murder and suicide- the shop of IMr Moss, in Armstrong.sireet-a horrible spectacle presented itself to our eyes. Stretchediout upon the floor, covered with orimson gore, the mour derer and his victim lay within a few inches of each other, and their ghastly countenances and vacant eyes struck terror into the hearts of the onlookers. The various articiet in the shop were covered. with blood, and bespattered with the murderer's brains, forming ...
PERAMBULATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 May 1870
PERAMBULATOR. o- I have.not been mixing with the busy world lately, but I candidly admit I believe to many this is more a matter of congratula tion than regret. During the past few days, however,.I have. moved, abroad with come degree of regularity, and= I find there are many grievous sores that req.iire healing many dirty spots that want cleaning- many doubtful reputations which would bear reno vating, and scores of public men who want careful watching. Whether it is that I am by nature crotchety and inelined to find fault, or that there are such an abundance of abuses that must strike the.eye of. the most obtuse,.I am not aware,.but I fear that old age,. towards which I am fast advancing, has something t. do with the extreme queroui lessness. and irritability of temper to which I am subject. I am at all events very dogged. in. my opinions,. and: a person. may keep. telling me for a long time that two blacks would make one white before I would believe him. A person may also tell me...
WALLAN WALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 May 1870
WALLAN WALLAN. (From a Correspondent.) A deputation from Wallan Wallan, ceon sisting of the following gentlemen :-Messrs W. II. Badd, G: Walder, T. Smyth, M. Nicolson, and M. Wait, had an interview with the President of Lands and Survey on Friday, the 20th of May, for the purpose of bringing under his notice that Mr Hugh Sinclair had pegged and put in an applica tion for the Green Hills, Wallan Wallin, a block containing some 85 acres that has been used as a town common for the last 17 years, being reserved for that purpose Trhe depu tation was introduced by Mr W. J. Lobb, M.L.A. Mr M'Pherson, alter a lengthened inquiry into the merits of the case, decided to reserve the land temporarily for public purposes. Mr Sinclair, who was pre sent, was- proceeding to state his case when Mr M'Pherson very sharply told him that he had heard his decision on the matter, and he was only wasting his breath in trying to make him alter that decision. T he same deputation had an interview with the Chi...
KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, 23rd May, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 May 1870
XILRUORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, 23rd May, 1870: Present :-His Worship the Mayor,.and Crs. Bossence, Dowling, Lyster, O'Connor. Reilly- and Sugden. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence as follows was, read and considered 1. From D; M'Kenzie, asking for extent sion of time to, complete his contract. Granted. 2. From Andrew Nash, stating he would within a few days take the necessary: steps. to secure a dangerous well on his property. 3 From James. Grant, calling attention to the bad state of drainage near his prol perty in. Fitzroy street. Cr Dowling moved it be received and referred: to public works committee. Seconded by Cr LyLter and carried, 4. From Jb hn . ? 4iyes, calling attention to a bad. state of road leading to St Patrick's Church. Cr Dowling moved that it be re. ceived. The road- complained of was very dangerous. Cr O'Connor thought it would be better to.authorise the surveyor to get it done: The mayor moved that it be referred to the pu...
KILMORE POLICE COURT. Thursday, May 19. (Before Messrs Hudson and Sugden, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 May 1870
ILIO-RE POLICE COURT. ~l:urday, May 19. . a!; Iitd.on and Sugodn, J.P's ) k T1'l':e charced with insubordination as t a the- 1"1h inst. 'iat Lttleton appeared for the ,d !.ors eaede and Twigg for the - Io . a .iwri r rcn ',able of police, stationed 'to, ceod on oath:-Oa the evening irt Ih wase tbring supp'r in a private e rc'.on fl e', Btrondford. I heard a Sir, te tar, ncd, upon comrning out, found iran u?ire obsc:re lan iuioge: I saw eaid crolr d him away. After threaten t to rcF .t the- ]an.:uieo, 8a' i puttine ot?t s rio e u of nhlwuinag him to prol a i- f"ad it n ecessar to arrest lain s, , r tr , i o!.c 0 hi" ;orae. In pulling I fe of it t't: in the etirrup. A man ] Sri a tr?te of lv'i', came up and r t ,I t .tr r: t! a ý'a, End said he would 1 trf p tri t tlae his mote to t;ie SI t'i 'het r a::r t O'Brien, and he said F . ri T i'" e r.&lt;p i'tyhle men; i t, rn hei k-tup hlt Slnimonrur themn a ; .rer rt ' I?r i-tr ? ien, an d took hi:-, ' ,O'Bri n or r hr' f, Hllowe i...
HEATHCOTE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 May 1870
FE :THCOI'E According to the Times, the following pr.ees cut for colonial produce at. Ieathoote : Flour L12 to L12 103 per ton Wheat 4s 6d to 4s 9d per bushel, Oats Ss 6d to 4s do C*pe Farley 2s Od to 3s 9d do Maize 7s do Bran ls Od do Pollard is 3d do Potatope £5 per ton Hay £3 to £4 do Oahff L5 to £6 do Butter (good fresh) is 2d per lb Eggs is per dozen
Kilneore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1870. JUSTICES' JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 May 1870
: 'UBISlu.LD TiirllsuY ouINING. TIIURSI)DAI , MAY 26, 1870. JU.]TICES' JUSTIC E. Ox Thursday last the Bench of MIagistrates at K]dmoir were engaged in hearing a case at iri Police Court, which in itself would cel! for no spe?cia,l mention were it not that the extraordinary decision arrived at was one which we are convinced ought to be instru ment:al, as .hol ing the power of justices, in handing down their names to posterity. \ce allude to the case of Hall v Tighe TIe prosecutor is a senior-constable of police :-,ationed at Broadford, and the defendant, a , unmon constable, was charged with insubi ,rdination to him as a superior ollicer. There no necessity to enter into the evidence f trther than stating that prosecutor swore S..endant did not, on the evening of the 'tll instant, give him assistance to arrest :.o men-one for drun'enness and another 7r resisting the police-though requested to do. This was the whole gravamen of se. charge, and the tale, whether true or so, w;is well t...
(Copy.) Police Department, Superintendent's Office, Kilmore, 10th May, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 May 1870
(Oopy.) Police Department, Suverintendent's Offile, Kilmore, 10th May, 1870. I beg to Etate that I can'see no reason to alter the opi:ion expressed in my letter of the 26th May, 186i9, and especially now as there are two oonetables located at Broadford-will entirely obviate the neces city for a p-rmnmen' police station at Reedy Oreek, s r ne of these eonstables will be almost daily in or eb:mut the locality of R.erly Creek and the Yea Read The locality referred to is no more a special haunt for bushrangers than any other part of the country, for we ocetiojally hear of ofnces of this nature being cormitted in populous localities and withia very few milke of police stations. I ant quite setisfied that daily patrols by the mouott. constable f om Broadford will meet all the requirments of the neighborhood. (signed) REGINALD GREEN, Superintendent. The Chief Commineioner of Police, M.lbonrne.
Chief Secretary's Office, Melbourne, 19th May, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 May 1870
Chief Secretary's Office, Melbourne, 19t' May, 1870. Sir,-I have the honor to iuform you that the mtmorial from the inhabitants of Reedy Creek for additional polioe protection was referred for the re. port of the Chief Commissioner of Police. Captain Standish has laid before the bCief Secretary, in reply, a report furnished to him by the superintendent of the district, stating that he does not consider that the neighborhood requirPe more than an occasional patrol, and that this will be nfforded almost daily by the police atitioned at Broadford. I enolose for your information a copy of the document, and may add that the Chief Commissioner endrses the view ex press.id by the superintendent, I have the honor to be, Sir, your most obedient scrvat t, W. If. ODGERS, The Honorable 0. G. Duffy, M.P., &e, &0.
POLICE PROTECTION. (To the Editor of the Free Press) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 May 1870
FOLITE PR13TECrIO. (To the irlditor of the Freo Press) in.--Tn vyor lst i.sue I notice a letter headed as Sh:ve. aid entirely concur in the remarks of your o ,r'epr?ntlent that a" all hours of the night there should be ample police proteotion for the town--est serially between the hours of 1 a.m. to 6 a;m, I i lirve th-re is no Incal town in Victoria of such sia nifi,'nce as Itlmo;e without this protection-hence the great need of remedying it at once. Let us sup pose a fire broke out in any of the business houses of the town, th, re is no public officer on duty to give the alarm, or to take any active steps in the matter, thus nnot only may the property be consumed, but the inmates of the premises burnt to a cinder, Again what is to prevent the robber from plundering at will during those hours, any of the wealthy houses of the town.. There is no dread or fear of the constable, the great preventive to crime, hence the wonder that those robberies so prevalent in other less popl ulous ...
Saturday, 21st May. (Before G. Hudson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 May 1870
Sataurny, 21st May. (Before G. Hudson, Erq?, J.P) James Donnelly, charged with larceny, was re manr'ed till Ihe 27th. Wednesday, 25th sMay. (Before G; Hudson, Eeq., J.P.) Martin Heffernan, charged with being drunk, was discharged with a caution,
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 May 1870
TO CORRESPONDENTS. To ens!re the inserzn of eommunications, it is ab'olutelu necessary that they should be couched in moderate language, and written i. the form of let Pers. All communicaillons intended' for insertion must he aufhenticatd, by the iname and address of the writer' not necessarily for publication but as a gua*ntees. of good faith.