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DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, June 15, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 June 1870

DALMAliOY CAMPBICLL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, June 15, 1870; FAT (GATTLE.-- Xarket glutted. 1,710 head en, tared: one half being disposed of tn-day. Notwith. standing this heavy supply prioes were well main. tained for belt beef say 201 per.i001bb ; other quali. ties were slightly lower, but closing esal were firm at about late currencies. There was a good atten datce of town End country buyers; the latter bought freely, but some of the former reserved th itr ur, chases until to'morrow, when we will offer 210 sead of good quality for Mr Cyrus E Smith, Gravel Plails, anad have to-day sold 51 bullocks, for Messrs Turnbul and Henderson, Loyang, at £5 10..; 36 for Messrs Wm Thompson, E L Simmonds, and Executors of R Thompson at from £6 to £8 15 The following are the averares df the different lots sold :-Mcnt gomery's, L7 10, ; Foster's. £6 18 24; King's £6 is 6d: McLeod and Davidson'", £6 9s 10d; Ty. non's (Hayfield), b lorks, £7 16 7d; cows, £5 11' 4.; Sharp's, Warego, bullock-, L6 1...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS London May 10 [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 June 1870

LATE1ST IELEGRA MS Lrdon Mly 10 The Daily Ne~a enthnrsttiivaly oontrdrlicts the rumour of Mr Bright'. intenimn io resign ofTEo The Marquis of Harlington had in:aodnucd a bill to amend the law relating to Parliamentary el:c tions The Quoen has ono.gratulatrd the Emperor Napoleon on his escape from the plot against his life The auger market I.as d, clindrl cnsiderahly

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 June 1870

COMMERICIAL INrELTLGENO3 KILMORE Genrge Hudson quonte - O(at, Celonial, 3s to 3s 3d per bushel Biran, 1i per bushel Pollard, is 41 per hushel Hay, new L3 5a to L3 10i per ton Oha T, 49 per cwt Potatoer, 3s to aa 6d per cwt John . RP-iAly quotes : Oats 3e 3d to 3+ 01 per bush Bran Is 2. do Pollard la 41 do IIay 1.3 10 per to a Chaff 4s rer ewt Potatues L3 5s to L3 15s per ton LANOEFIELD. The Chronicle reports as foilows: Who?t 5e 6d to 63 6d per bushel Flour L15 per ten Pollard is 91 to 2s per bushel Bran Is 6d do HE A.\THOOTE According to the Times, the following prices rule for colopial pro 'uce at Fleathcote: Flour LI2 to L12 10 per ton WI:eat 4e 6d to 4s 9d per bushel Oats 3s 6d to 4s do Cape tarley 2s 6d to 31 9d do Mai?e 7s do Bran ls Od do Pollard le 3d do Pctatoes £5 per ton Hay £3 to £4 do Ohaff b5 to £6 do Butter (good fresh) is 2d perlb Eggs Is per dozen DONNYBROOK. E Moreman, Donnybrook flour mills quotes as folllow : Flour, £12 Its per ton Bran, is 4d per bushel Pollard ...

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 June 1870

TABLE TALI. All children can learn to sing if they commence in season. Tn Germany every chi!l is taught to no his voice while young. In their scheools all jpin in singing, :as a re. ,ular exercise; as much they attend to the stol'v of g~ogra'hy; and in their churches sigig is not rTnfined to the choir, \ ho sit ap: rt froa the ,t;:'rs, perhaps in onem corner ol the house, but there is a vast tide of ini cense going ,rih t, (, fromn every heart ".lu cLn g've utter IlC:e to thie language of the sanl. In addition to the delighltful in fluence mouic :ha upon the ch:ir.i :er ik has ,?,; a . :rd ,inll:eIe u:, I- sujpipressin-g pul monary coinplaints. Dr Iia.sh used to say that the reason why the Germans selolin die ,f n:,o"; ptiou was, that, the:y wcre always niut'iig. A -i,':ul.r' gift was recently presented to ,hic p -;tar of a churtchi in Ow'atonna, Minne . It was a watch gu:,rd nmade of hair, -e'y el.dy in his cen gregantiunl having fur'. uihed. a ,:nonle fromn her own he:ua. GfnIrr.,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 June 1870

ALEXANDRA:-Imporunded at Alexandra brown ho.se, little white on face, near bind foot whb ite near ahoulder. If not claimed, &r, tn be sold on 13th July 2. AR~ ITRON?, Poundkeeper BROA1)MEADOWS.-IImpounded at Broad meadows; bay mare, 0 near shoulder, O near thigh, star, stripe, 1 and snip If not claimed, &c, to he sod on 131h July W H i ILL, Poundkeeper ELPi;INSTONE.-Impounded at Elphinstone bay mar.º pony, near hind foot white, 143 off sh. u" der, ball and hobr:lee on If not claimed, & :, to be sold on 13 h July L COATER, Poundkeeper GISBORIE,-lmpounded at Gisborne back filly, blhze, K near ,houler dark roan filly, yearling, mealy face, brand if any not visible If not olaimed, &a, to be sold on 13th July H R DIXON, Poundkeeper. LANCEFIEiD.-Impunded at Lancefield black mare, star, near fore fetlock enlarged, near bir:d fetlock wbite, like I near shoulder black mare, star, off hind fetl ek white, grey hairs on butt of tail, and tail square, like EL near...

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KILMORE COUNTY COURT. Tuesday, 21st June, 1870. (Before His Honor Judge Ma[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 June 1870

KILMORE COUNiTY COUr Tuesday, 21st June( (Before IHis H~onor Jndae 31n~j Firern d v Fiun. 8truckoutt Meade v hjattrek for L9 2141 amount, and P144 00811 In -) Measd ev R Leahy ; for Li l1i. amonat' Lrahy T Morrioa. Struck cut anmeo y Uton for L.4,. ?.uU

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SANDHURST. Messrs L. MACPHERSON AND Co. report:— [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 June 1870

8ANDHURST, Measre L. 1VACPHEnRON aD Co. report: HORSl MARlDeT.--Monrday 13th and Saturday 18th Jure--No unb'ok.n stock forward Br,'ken in stock : The market cor.tinues dull, and we have no change to note in current rates; our best price for heavy draught for S.,tueday, was L50; and duri:g tle week a few head of medium draught were q itted at saisfaectory pricer e although only a limited amount of busintas is doing pricea remain firm at last week's quotations. There are constant er quiries fcr un broken stocks, bt.t we have no advisea of .ny on the road for this market DAI?a CATTLE, &O-Tuesday, 14th, Thursday, 16!h June-We sold dry cows at Li 10, to 15, and miikera,. interior, at I 5 10s to L7; oalve.s-one forward ; t'n be, 6s to 7a each FAERt AnD DAIRY P, oDUo--Thursday, 16 h and Saturday, 18 h Juane-Large supplies forwad d; prices as follo.js :-Printed butter. fr m i2d and 131d to 20d per lb for smrall parcels; la 6d to la 7d, for rtorekrepezs' lors ; lump butter, frbsh, fr...

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WINTER THOUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 June 1870

WV WINTER TECrGHTS. Thinking, sadly thinking, of pleasur! pst - Like the summer roses that are I.ine F,-:= Dyeing every blossom in the cold and i For the blessed sunlight that wsr'a ..j. bloom. The joyous birds" are :silent, nithia thel' bowers, For the genial sunbeam they eanguidh, flOwsrB, And in the Thadowy darkness, thro' the ?'i chilly air, , A spirit roece seems murmurrin everywhere" Winter on the dark earth, and winter in t` Of kindred hulman beings whom fete ! Ah I what were all the splendour of 'me"n above, tl Or twiligbt's stony sweetness, without t?+" lore ? 4 i But I know the flowers will blossom, n again will sing, With all their wonted gladness, at t i of spring ; 's Y And it may be, when the summer, e e the tranquil sea, _ A gleam of hope and happiness m5 on me, bt The nights shall be forgotten at the b 'rii¶ of day, I l And the winter and its dreariness away. fond d Oh, then it will be summer, in my heart, When the sun of love shall ehin5 ise more depart. Kilmore,

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 June 1870

g. ;:a Twigp a d ' for Br ount, and for plaitotif. 1sa Twig and o~ jcht . for,~ 1 u" t, and Li . Crectt redij for or li elde for plaintiff, who thrad. h o d eds L for tAe , , es. deekea a D. efe ant app enred -ime, ditlclt ro~re extlaw gant, .r E t*at the esp" 44coiLt Sob on d Mrleri Trigg n lf o l rin Verdc for amount and ct for 17 3 ga. Meisrs , r s1" r ,,lintlff Verdict for ?'wand O'hforr S? !r!3:e for L19 Os 10d, 10 r ni 1 diCt fo amount, and L3 19, %for di c ftr or r v i".. -ock for LS 15s 63. Mr fr v i d la ??ad received a Poet Ofice for p'r t, auk would tike a vrerdict S0crcfh ed t ld for plainta i Oi cbo r93 i" . M6r a5feae for plain ll, for l41' a' n 10a 6d 00t9 etiinm ,Leod. Struck out S ,? 1i . ,Leo Consent to judgment wt r f aor l' igg and O'Connor for :' co t . cr t ' roff lrd' dr 15t 7 rwio g and O'.on r.;,i. roi, for lmount l e !ttj. e rRdovn, for 1s2. Verdics for ` ,f-e ` ?. tf ilitm Rrienrio. Struct S. for L0l s 7d. V.'rdict for ,I r. "t ",, . a m onth bt i g allow ...

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LATER EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN NEWS. Sydney, 18th June. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 June 1870

IAER EUROPEAN ANI) AMERICAN NEWS, (Bo EFECTRIC IELiGEApH) ie , GU CORIESPONDENT.) e City of bllb? e Sydney, 18th June. Si do rie has arrived with the Slolth hay, bringin papns from that place ta yWith telegraphic Eogliah nowa to same e Bramen, h ,aving made excellent mail Ii necuoeet re ular . Ajax and John Stephen tih?? Ca?lorl y with the Australian steamers. gust a will 'ave every four weeks ":Via bae aug , to alternate with the P. an d 0. he tht eV.iE P - esn ? r o anesico on 5th May. SBest deo nthe mon th e new mail aer S} tlre ganht had occurred througi.out Oalifor SItha usurlP as expeoted to be a third to toT.( o7.eror of California hba sent a dispatch 1n , the O iw .t _a sevic Government on the Rich silver discoveries bad been made in Lower Californie, and gold discoveries in British Columbia, causino a rush to both plse?e Fearful storms had swept across the continent, ,rauing immense destruction of property and loss of life Congress had referred the Australian Mail Subsidy B...

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Wednesday, June 22nd 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 June 1870

Wednesday, JuO 22d 1870, r1e bearing f the ar alsh O' wa re O and ft evidence was, taken, a verdict for n, ?,s6dv cast W given Sn?. ,outtPea. An action of trover to reeover ?euele, d H; quantity of palinga. After the ', he i-r-d .Hi Honor left the Court,'and feeling •i - LBth e L oeslse the to djourn be hearing ,' e lloine g tea) on the lit to the next ,eei

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SUICIDE AT BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 June 1870

EUICIDE AT BRIGHTON. Mr Candler held an inquest at Brigton on Tuesday on the body of Mr William Voile, descrlbed as a gentleman,' who committed suicide under meloncholy circumstances on the previous day at the residence of his brother-in-law, Mr W H Grimley, where he was residing. From the evikence it tranw spired that the deceased has been residing with Mr Grimley for ten or eleven years, and has always been of an eccentric charac ter, but during the last eight weeks he has shown evident signs of insanity, and had lately attempted to commit suicide, lie had also a desire to got up and walk about the yard in his shirt, so that he had to be strappsd to his bed, and a'terwards was locked in his room. Dr W, odhouse hr.d attended him, and advised his remov:l to theo asylum, and a second medical man s.w him on Sunday; but as lie was then enjoying a lucid interval, this gentlenan did not think he was a fit subject for the asylum. On Monday foreiooo, about 11 o'clock, Mr' Gritmley, who was...

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PUNISHMENT FOR PERJURY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 June 1870

PUNISIIiMENT FOR PERJURY. In the Court of Sessions, Philadelpha, before. Julre P;,xson, ar;h GFore, a young married woman about 2S years of age, was cal'ed ip on t:ae 10th of April, to receive judgment upon a conviction of perjury, in id:eferrinn, for the purpose of l?aickmnail, a !'ise char'e of rape against a Mr Weimer, who, uplOn his trial, was nefqfitted; The juiIe, in passing sentence, aid ressed the r'soner as fllows:-" ]'he motion for a new Irial in your case has been withdrawn, A:nd you are now before dle rou't forl sentence. I .... ,y,' .lor,. tI.e appli.l m de in your behalf'br your counsel, M?r Bregv. The mercy of the court, whii, wa? invoked in vyour behlf, is a mercy l'::e.l on sound disi crtio-. 1; iw n,,'. a wea?k sympathy with crinme or enrini:alt: In your c'ase there is not,.hine to conmnend it to our favorable coni sideration. The crime of which you are convicted wa?s one neecessarily involvinga ,pre'neditation. It! was not the result of a pission or of provocation...

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THE NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 June 1870

THE NORTH-EASTFRN RAILWAY. 0 (From the Argue.) Monday was a day to bhe marked in the history of the colony, inasmuch as on it tl!e first ord was turned ' of the works connected with the construction of the North-Eaetern Railway The cer mony, from some ccuse? r other, had hben quieter than such m~rt.rs should be, but still at the t appointer tim,--1 'clock-t or cutting the Pod, there were some 500 persobe present on the grerond, at d amongst them were the fion Mr Wilson, Contmisar sioner of Railways; Mr ]iigihboth.m, engineer ir,. chief; Mr Brrdy, contr etors' engi,.eer; and the members of the contracting firm. The sit, of opera. tlins was at the end of th Eseendon line. A little teforo two o'elotrk toe Conmis.iner of R.ilwayr turned thr first snd, filled his barrow cit h ot'er sods, and then wheeled it away, amidst cheers, to a place somae 40 yards dis?tnt Mr Wilson, after the barrowing and cutting of tl e fi.t load we.s finished, made a short speech, during the course of which he e...

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DREADFUL MINING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 June 1870

DREADFUL MINING ACCIDENT. -4p-- Anotter of these shocking occurrences took place at Sandhurst on Monday morning, at the claim of the Advance Company, on the Victorian line of reef, to a miner nrt.md William Branebley. At the inquest bold on the body of t'o ececesed, the mate of the deceased, William Henry Nicholes, who wit. neused the courrenoe, said:--" Last night at one o'clock we decended the shaft to the 350 feet level, where there is a tank and a windlass, and beoen to bail the water from the bottom of the mine, Iav ing lowored the water a: much as we could with the buck.ts, the deceas, d wet belown to dip the re maining water into the bucket, and having done this we concluded that it was near sewvn o'clock-knock off time I hauled Branchley up as far se the prop at the foot wall eupporting it, ten feet below me. There he told me to stop him as tie prop had been disar:ang-d by s7me lump fouling it, and I hauled him a 7ib hammer. He eat on the prop, holding on to thb rope by one ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 June 1870

We learn from ths Argus that a fatal eeoident oo. curvd on Sunday r ight near the footbridge over the MT and H B Railway in the Richmoudipad'dok. The body of a gentleman was found I?irg,, rtrtibly mutilate-, in the track of the1 railway, b~ring ben run over by thr 9 31 p m train ftcm Melbourna to Wit.ds;r. From p'epers found in the pockets of the dcea eed, he is preu 'red to he Mr T B mith, letely resiiing at the Rilw: y Hotel, El a.beth street, and to bacornect d in some way with mining. The body :s decoribe, by th!e p; iice to b, that L,f a welhdrtseed ieep..ctuble lookinp man of ahout 40 years of age. 5f. 91:t hight, r.ed um bui , sand with candy hair, whi. ke-r, and mcuetae! e. He wore da'k clothes and a drab overt at. In his locekets, besides the papers referred to, w, re found a pipe, tobaccoopouch, s;opt iEr, and mtal mathb!box, a lar¢e pocket.knife, 2 4d in ilve:r, and Bomne other small arliclee. How the unfortunate man managed to set on the line, it is difficult to divin , ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 June 1870

rEOSR? .oRPOý & GOICE, ': Collins stree S'pa,, Sdbcurne, have been appointed agent tlhl' J're a ,r . ir GOOCIt, Ballarat, has been appointed agen.: tl;if i rrrnaL LOND0O AG 2 ESCY. THFo FarGiB m~ bhe read tgratuitmnly in Lo', e Nr F,,( n P Eoes of Metrs cluaaaouo ' . loa,1, ". ' : olbo1r . I ill, where advertisemente and c t0 t a?t'_Ip Lre' reeulsid. RS IJMORE FREE PRESS IUBTTLSHED 1 " I JSDAY MOOR NNG p- Yl'DIEY ST3TET, IILMORE, 5TEE !,:r 0o a. rrtr)ing in the l Kibore .Fees Freci are a under: f"W0 SIIILLI.-3A A:'D SIXPENCE PER IN10H. A r ctiorn f ten per cent wil' be mede for edrertriaenert. ordered fir one month ; twenty per uat fer to r monthsl; ard thirty-three per cent for ,tee ment.i:-beyond which time a special arrange uer, t ti;l 5e ret e, Tie trse of r.t; bription to the Kilrnore iree Press Si id per qr.rter in town, ae.:d i7s Gd if postaed th c:lntrey ?1e Quarters for rubsription to the Free Press r:.l cn^'mencc on th?e 3rd March, 23"d June, 23rdr Feptember, and 2...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 23 June 1870

A special meeting of the Board of Man agement of the Kilinire Hospital will be held p this ereninf, to consider the proposed grant t1 by Government. Only the ridiculously E small sum of £8300 is -et down to the mainte. .nanee fund for 1570. Considering the large n tnumber of patients in the Hospital duringr :the past year, and up to the present tin, oe <ithe institution will have i, lessen its useful. iess, or close its doors. if the vote is not ins ^:-eased to at least double the amount. On Thursday evening 1.ist a tea meetinag w's held in the Church of England school hroom, Kilmore, and owing to the inclement weather, it was not so well attended as it otiherw.e would have been The Rev. H t Al C Watson, incumbent of Christ Church, lilmore, occupied the chair at a meeting held after tea, and addressees were delivered b the Dean of Melbourne and other gentler I "men. Amusing scenes are sometimes witnessed in courts of justice, but the evidence of a good ladv-a witness in t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 June 1870

ADVERTISEMENTS. PYALONG ROAD BOARD. TENDERS. TENDERS will be received by the Board of the abovenamed Rond District up to one o'citck p.m on on Wednesday, 6 h proximo, for the following works on the main road, viz- 1 No. 1 culvert and approachee thereto at Springs 2 ,, 2 do do do at Dillon's Springs 3 ,, 3 do do do next gully near Ryan's 4 ,, 4 do do do near Baines fence Plans, &c. to be seen at the ofilco of the Beard o, and after Friday 24th inat The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted By order, J. P. BOURKE, Clerk. Road Board Office, June 20th, 1870. TO BE LET ON TRIBUTE. THE Claim of the Langridgo Quartz Mining Co. Reedy Creek. Oruditimns may be seen at the oflioe of this paper, and tenders will be received at Company's office, Camp street, Ballaarat, on or before Mondry, 27th instant 0. H. J. WALKER, Manager. WANTED. W ANTED to purchase, or rent with the right of purchase, a farm of 50 acres more or less. Apply to TWIGG & O'CONNOR,. Solicitors, Kilmorei...

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THE "UNIVERSALIST" RELIGION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 June 1870

THE "UNEIVERSALIST" RELIGtION. (From the Berdigo Independent.) Reelzebub must surely have left' the tailcr: and got asuong the barristers: A few weeks since one wiserable mran was to be seen run ning atier a fellow man, revolver in hand, and 'Ireathin' out; sl:~luter and threateningo ,,'', the so'p ),?e' plerpetraior of sonic imginagary wrong. More recently another le"ilr 'd" u'i:tte, ?t:ate tied hiMnselt to a stake levi' letter- .li''ad ihin to s:iy that his bo,:," would be hfI:: .d in thie water at the 'thet' ecnd of the ;.gpe; and now we have a third legal liaui..ry coming out with a ranirpnk new sagluv i±ion, the result of the teta.ti ofeitlohts of t`t "thrice reoorable sage S"-1:) hs conme to ," enl ighten our dark mninds with this new r.v. this' dawning of salva ti'o." After -groling about in all the moral Iand theological darkness eonseqaeCt upon he introdiuctintt of that spirit:d swindle, hri:;ti:aiityl, the world is going to be set ri ht: ~:t1st. A light to enlighten the go...

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