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Tuesday, 31st May. (Before A P Akehurst Esq, P.M.,) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 June 1870

Tuesday, 31st May. (Before A. P Akehurst Esq, P.M.,) Samuel George Washington, for being drunk and disorderly, was cautioned and discharged. Ann Sutton, for being drunk and disorderly, who had been allowed out on bail, did not put in ?an ap pearance, and her recognisance was ordered to be estreated 'Ihomaw de 0 Meade v William Gooley, for 15 5e 6d. Settled;

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 June 1870

T'ONSTAL GOLD I TINING COMI PANY (Registered), REEDY CREEK. ,\ N EXTPA ORpTDINA.Y MEETING of share. - holders in the ahbove Copt parv ill be held p the '?liee, No. 37 Mldrb.tttreet, Meibr une, on FRI, DAY, the 22nd of JU'.Y, att 4 p,m. for the puri pInse of trarearting the following busines', namely : To empower the Bonrd of D1;eetora to htronw a eum of money not exceeding £3(000, ald Rive care ri y 'or the rame on the mine, mactine"v, and other I roperty of tie I cmpan); and to an'horice the attae' - ir.e of the Corporato S-al of the Company *o ,ll t, ceaeary dnai'rrn'R cnnnFe'erd therewith Abio, to eldr and rd Rmed a oTh l nReCtilations of the Coni patly as may be d tmed e.xp. dient Dy order. Wll.I I\f SCOTT, Manager Melbourne, June lat, 1S70. NtERVOUS DEBILITY and its CURE. With plain directions for perfect restoration to health, cent poet free, on receipt of a stamped directed envelope, by lTT'ARi.tE SENNET, 44 Lonedale-;treet we.t, Melbourne.

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NEW ZEALAND. THE SEIZURE OF THE SCHOONER INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 June 1870

NEW ZEALAND. THE SEIZURE OF THE SCHOONER INDUSTRY. (From rorresponrfntj of the Southern Cros) .ews! h jult arrived in Relan (May 11) of the eiurs and heter tion of the schooner Industry, at eotlFn, bhr ih Kwrhila ltivee. I' appears that a eleran vP"re~i a Sny frrn , lately leaed '" lar .oe, f tae purpne, of erecting a a niif anpenir 00 tore tkere lIavitg enneludedl bit arrl i at A chlrte ed thlle ecioonr Indnustry qui:ite's.d, Ate, and freihlted her wth the in.itAe Ioa d pA i.l HPpplia1ceq Af-r arriving iIhsO r aRi:, e lihe reael was seized I y tie BI, li.e. be . "tie - rnd tle gnods not allowed l?infln ithe. ~~er ers were irnme iatly ent to 1h~l10 with the ittBient to "rereselain the - trei and a few gertlemen "repied thte oi 1en tlat harbour imme'iarely repilred thlee to give whot assmetrUce thev could in letnno1 e te:t, [hee have not yet returned, so ,.t i5 teli known tl B ill end yat Of course n"i or l~~oing ,ir:the , Kin natives objeot to eell je'tos hI r, an o rh uropeans; bit...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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A RELIC OF THE REVOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 June 1870

A ]1ELIC OF THilE ILVOLUTION. A ery old witran, w th a mysterious histuiy .-oon in the querltr of L?t Glaciere as Mother l(peao, died tedd- l in a drinting shop while lift. irg a emir of aEiidLe to her lips. She was in her t!hie r, i fluentidl IF?oe n with the Jacobin Olub, and one of the tirncoteuore de hl guiilotine. She married n army co trceto', and planed a ?art as a great lady in tie draing-roomn of the Directory, How ahe ot comparatirily down in the world is not known, iut for m,?y year' 'he has knt a small wood and eoal ,hop in lli Fnubotu g ,t Germain, where she crrre a very good trade amono wealthly customnrs. Her only ehild, a son, aer ento to the University, and Il,, hd obtah!id very good marks as an architectural student then lie was set upon by foot-Fpas in an out of the way quarter and thrown into the St Martin Canel, with a stone round his oeek, This calamity nFet ladasme Copelu's mind, and she took to drink. log; nenrthtlass, in her poir rnot dirty home there were f...

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BREAD MADE FROM WHOLE WH[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 June 1870

BREAD MADE FRO'L WHOLE Will The new system of bread making is the inveo as we believe, of a Frenchman named Sezille, us state, by way of preface, that, according to scientifio men, the total amount of indigo matter, or bran, in wheat, is not more than: four or live per cent of the whole; by the pc method of flour:grinding and bread making, ar eighty per cent of the alimentary part of thae is made available. The average quantity of it called in France pain bis blano, whitey broar good household bread, is said to be 112 hlikl 100 kilos of wheat ; M. Sezille says ho esanc from 145 to 150 kilos from 100 kilos of wheat. is an economy of onethird, or nearly so, and, according to the inventor's account, tare inl alone 25 millions of heetolitres of wheat perm. A heetolitre is equal to 22 gallons, Wele w readers to calculate what England or what the?' would save, should M. Sezille's plan turn 4 admirable as it looks at first sight, and be uHi?? adoptcd. Now for the method itself, which ii in...

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GOULBURN VALLEY ROAD BOARD. Saturday, 21st May, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 June 1870

GOULBURN VALLEY ROAD BOADI) Saturday, 21st May, 1870. Present :-Messrs Hobart, Patterson, Ryvan Delaney. , R a Mr Patterson moved and Mr Ryan leondi, That Mr Hobart take the chair. n eoo MINUTE9. The minutes of the provious meeting were re and confirmed, on the motion of Mr Hobart, IrO by Mr Ryan. i 100cod4 CORBESPONDEXNOE, Corresponde, co sent since last meeting were ,,l also tires received as follows.- - 1. Fzom Roads and Bridges Oflie, callinz , tion to the state of the main roai, and totherPIPn, sibilities imoosed on the department by the 2p3o, tion of the act. The clerk was instructed to reply stating th was not in the Board's power to effect the i repairs until the plan of distribution of the lol fua is proclaimed. 2. From the Council of the Shiro of Alea0na, requesting the Board to join it. clearing a tro Gobur. Le.t over until next meetine: 3. From the Council of the Shire of Wn,... retu'.l . lu.o, ' ,- ur*.UI at lurleaIConl held ovtrajine last meeting. Ordered to reply, sta...

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ROMANCE IN AN OLD MAID'S LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 June 1870

1~ll!NfE I5 AN OLD STAID'S LIFE. 1 ' Weil tasB romantic story hoas bean bronuht t,, .lt r the recent death of ' Lehy Otromn,' of ostrol ie r he o e n f 77, and to whom we Si :--ear. oiidentalVl referred. For years she tsd en to all outward appearance a cold hearted, agr?Ii?, swaricicul woman, and investigations ;ter tfir deth discloied property hid away in an d?r uk under her bed to the vanle of over 21,500 d:l!,t e wino that shae owned teal ?a,te to the rblec of 120 0 dollars. ut o' her iines core rcma tic tIhan b'ndt of gold and dilver rie !i:o ryd A h nd~l if love lhtters-- even teen di 3l-wee tied neatly with a puce of ? hi e patin rbon, but the ribbon was stained with tirne, and he aer on which the letters wore writ en was also irtained: In one of the bedroonms, although Lobhy ,it known not to hare bought two dresses in ten tor, were frund twenty dreroes, four of ewhich were ,f delant erd ecstly tilk, apparently at least fifty rfr: old. V ible also were puts of precerrel, canne...

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"REVIVAL" PREACHING IN A[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 June 1870

,,tREVIVAL" PREAOHING N The religious reporter of the pFla l01 Mercury has mueh concerned bilmse' doings of one Elder npp, alias l whose profession is that of coosu"t.i sick souls when the original famillT his pharmacy has lost its efeacy." i stirring up a "refreshilg revivl Baptist Ohurch, preached against s -"I will give you, my dear frieL,'. scene in hell. The Devil arett bro office receiving the souls as they i"t from the upper world. In . .mes. s ccncluotine a soul to everlastine fl~r'w you ? asks the JvIil, as Ihe calft+ | , .crte5rV Berjamin, of th, ht t,' id the Tevil, s he turno d oifedrs tr -min,~3"nd made an entry of thf te ean-U r ,r n ,. -v cnsieration for ;bes ?eds ito?5r s Ive. got to take r 5reatl het tho.ed toak pl as cnmfortablo as toe b l iteant ' ,l show ~Ir Benjaml otin P thi "aat -ehim to a current of sonib ia s vou ran who had killed bWs c' him aeS y,_ said the Devil tir , him T Wack to 'icr in 1I tindir. The chencel B ra twa to one St tat in' blame. I remembe...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 June 1870

TO CORRESPONDENTS. To ensure the zsern?,n of communications it is. abeolutelh necessary that they should be couched in moderate languge, and written is the form of let lers. dll communications intended for insertion must be authenticated by the name and address of the writer nit necessarily for publication but as a guarnteee of good faith.

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PERAMBULATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 June 1870

PERAMBULATOR. -o- I am destined to be a grumbler; I came into the world grumbling, since which auspicious event I never allowed a single day pass without having a grumble-rometimes more than one-and the chances are that my last great and terrific grumble, when I am bidding adieu to this wicked world, will startle his sable majesty of the lower regions and make him a lemtly vow he will have no truck with me, fearing I would create strife and contention in his dominion. Last week I grumbled at the doings of the old, the young will this week come in for their share of abuse This reminds me th:t I was once young myself, a circumstance almost entirely foreetten so long am I accustomed to be termed an old fogey as if it isn't bad enough to be troubled with a hump on one's back without being told of it. Well, I will be asked, what are the little innocents doing now-they are only indulging in the harmless and youthful practices to which all boys a'e prone? My answer to this is-there is a ti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 June 1870

ADV EIT ni? \ NTS. SPIuNGFIELD DIST'IRICT ROAD BOARD. TENDERg. ENDERS will be received by the Board of tie above Road District, up t 1 o'olock p.m. on Monday, the 6th proximo, for the following WORKS; 1 Two oulvnr'S and approaches thereto, on Central Road. Goldie $ Two culverts, 9 ohains of pitching and metasl ling, and 74 chains of drain., on the Carlerhue Road, south of F-rd's & Clearing and draining road from Cawly's to Black Gully Road 4 Clearing from Kena' Road to G)ebore? Road Plant, &o, can be seen at the oflIie of the Board on and a:ter Moncay, the SPth instant. The lowest or any tender not rnecoesariy accepted. Tenders to be endorsed, " a-nder for - " By order. ff. J. HUNT, Clerk, &c. Springfield Road ti, rd Office May 23 d ;i7J. LANCEF1EL.! I)ISTRIOT ROADl BOARD. TENDERS wili be race ved until 2 o'clock p.m on TUESDAY, the 31,, instant, for DRAIN; ING, FOR&,IN., and ME I'PALLING, &e. (26) twenty-six chains of the main road from Lance...

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(To the Editor of the Free Press) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 June 1870

(To the ~Editor of the Free Presa) tilB-The statement in your last issue relative to the application for aid to a echool at Wahtri? b me, and that the nressaory document5 were lodg with -the Board of Education, is imply false inserting this, you will be doing an ordiuar yt a justice to others who may be inolined to avail th of selves of the a'id' in the locality in question It?e appreoiate your motive y R1st May EDWARD RAFPRE?T [We give insertion to the above impudent col and would merely call tie attention of Edrd Rafferty to the ' Government Gazetle' of the 2 u't mo By perusing the columns of that publieati he will perceive the necessity that exists for ccti dieting Mr B: F Kane, secretarv of the Ba_ Education-EDn. F. P] th of

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BENEFITS OF MATRIMONY [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 June 1870

BENEFrrS oE MATRIMONY?.- ingle bless. edness is not good for a man. He gets along very well for a little while, until his last fortnight's washing is brought, when he begins to. realise the value of matrimony by the absence of shirt buttons. Man can never be an independent creature until the neces sity for buttons. can be dispensed with. In a lodging house a man has considerable conceit taken out of him. His interest in the estaw. blishment is limited-aathority he has none. His landlady agrees to fodder him two or three times a day, and stable him at night somewhere on the third floor. He ca'nt complain of the coffee, or growl if the potatoes are undone. If hL doesn't like it, he can leave it. In the evening he has the world before him. He has perfect liberty of choice between his bedroom and the street. There is a parlour, to be sure; but the young lady who has steady company is always there. You go in, and the damsel looks daggers, Her young man looks as though he would like to pu...

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(To the Editor of the Free Press.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 June 1870

(To the Editor of the Free Press.) SIR,-Permit me to bring under the notice of the ratepayera of Seymour, through the columns of your paper, a circumstance w'ioh was made known to me to-day in connection u;th the Seymour Road Board. The bo rd having decided that a number of wheelbarrows would be requ:rtd for spreading metal on the Svdneytroad, tee clerk wmnt to the different tradesmen in the tocnship for inufrmation as to cost, &c., and most cu'i us to anay he. ihen gave the work to his brother offi.cr, the engineer, at a higher prior than it oould be done for by others. Whi ther the work will be done in a satisfactory manner I am not goint to say, but I have no doubt.but it will pass the inspet tion of the clerk and engineer. As tbis is not thi first act of self interest that has come under m. notice, I hope the members of the Board will see into the matter and leave no room for future complaints. I am, Sir, yours respectfully, A RATEPAYER. [We have little doubt but the mat...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 June 1870

DEATH. On the 28th ultimo, in the 78th year of his age. Mr MARTIN TIERNEY, late of Morganstown House, Westmeath Ireland. RIP.      

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 June 1870

ADVERTISEMENTS. POPULAR READINGS. -0 THE FIRST SERIES of this season's POPUT AR READINGS will be held in the Meohinice' Instit tute. Kilmore, on the evening of FRIDAY, the 3rd JUNE proximo C, PITMAN, Hon. See. May 25, 1870 FOR SALE. TEAM of WORKING BULLOCKS, in pairs, : or the full team. Apply, WM. DONALDSON, M?oranding £5 REWARD. ' TOLEN or STRAYED, from Wahrine, bay draught HORSE, hind feet white, blaze on face, T over D off shoulder, F near shoulder ; black mare, star, little white off hind foot, R near rump. The above reward will be given on conviction, if stolen, and £1 if strayed, to anyone giving such information as will lead to the recovery, at Murray Bros, Seymour, or Kerr's Store, Tabilk. TEN DERS. TENDERS WANTED, for the ERE'TION of BRICK COTTAGE, in the township of Yta (bricks supplied). Tenders to be lodged with the under signed before 4 p.m on Tuesday, the 14 h day of June, 1870 Plans and specifica ions to be seen at Messrs Taylor Brothers', Kilmore, and at the office ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 June 1870

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. George Hudson quotes: Oats, Colonial, 3s 6d to as Od per bushel Bran, is 3d per bushel Pollard, Is Od per bushel Hay, new L3.. r ton Chaff, 4s per cwt Potatoes, 4s 6d to 5s per cwt LANOEFIELD. The Chronicle reports as foilows: Wheat 5s 6d to 6s 6d per bushel Flour L15 per ton Pollard is 9d to 2i per bushel Bran Is 6d do HE iTHOOTE According to the Times, the following prices rul or colonial produce at Heath'cote : Flour L12 to L12 10s per ton Wheat 4s 6d to 4s 9d per bushel Oats 3e 6d to 4s do Cape tarley 2a 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 Obhaff L5 to £6 do Butter (good fresh) is 2d per Ibi , Eggs Is per doaen KYNETON. Saturday, May 28. Flour £10 10s Maize, 5s to 65 3d Bran, Is Wheat 4s to 4s 3d Pollard. is Id Oats, 3. Od to B3 24 Rye grass s-ed, 6s to 7s do Potatoes, £415s per ton DONNYBROOK, E Moreman,: Donnybrook flour mills quotes as folllows , Flour, £12 Its per ton Bran, is 4d per b...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 June 1870

-rB.tITreD 'nlUrsDAr i MirTNIsG. TIJURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1S70. WHATrvI E the fate may le of iMr G P Smith's bill relating to the sale of liquors, it will, we believe, be effectual in bringing about sorre desired reform, as the fact of the subject receiving any consideration must lead to some implrovement on the rotten law already in existence. We are convinced that not an.single irember of Parliament would state, from his plfae in the house, that the present measure would not bear some beneficial alteration, and this being the case is it not strange that a subject of such great importance to the country is not promptly dealt wito instead of putting it off from day to day. It has been proved beyond a doubt that the existence of low class beerl houses is most injurious to the public welfare, as they too often are the resort of thieves and vagabonds of the worst type, who find a refuge in such places which they would be denied elsewhere It has also been fully proved that instead of such hou...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, May 27. (Before Messrs Hudson and Bindley, J.P's) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 June 1870

KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, May 27. (Before Messrs Hudson and Bindley, J.P s'). James Dooelly charged with larceny was ordered to gaol for one month with hard labor. Bower Brothers v Robert Shanahan for goods sold,   £4 4s 9d, summons not served. Struck out Same v James Griffin for L2 9s 1d. Order for amount claimed, with 26s costs Same v David Lynch for L2 3s 5d. Struck out: Not served Same v Patrick Clancy for L4 2s 5d, Struck out: Not served John Whitelaw v John Bamblett for assault. No appearance of defendant. Fresh summons to issue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 2 June 1870

dsBsGRDo`_ GOTCH, o Or ollins stree E9 e0t .elboo... hare been appointed agent irju00~os Bl.lrat, has been appointed agent LODON AENTCY. IlE FLie POtsy may be read gratuitously in Lon. et thw es 2 Rooms of Meierse Gomnor and onit th. Holborn Hill, where advertilbments and otrc , 1 ,1 the b a ,r re.ceiv'd. T1i gILiORE FREE PRESS. pUBLISHED EyEY ITHURSDAY MORNING AT SYD)EY STREET, KILMORE. E tr lrrtising in the Kilmore Free rete!re a! Under I0 S8ILLINfl AND SIXPENOE PER INCH. , reduction ef ten Der cent will be made for Sdoctiircoll Ordered tar one monthr twenty per a Et to mon' and Ihirtythree per clnt for rte month! -bejond which time a spec'al arrange nt,,xilh he math. The term of ,ubesription to the Kilnore Free Press 6thbe 6 per quarter in town, and 7s 6d if posted the e:untry, Ihe Quarters for subaiription to the Free Press in commence on the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd Stether), and 23rd December. Perpna s canot .i.ldraw their names from the roll of'Subscribers without cpyipg e...

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