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TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

TO CORRESPONDI1NTS To ensue tue t;sernln of comrnJnicxtior' i i; abolutel/ necessary ikat th~l hould be cosched in moderate language, and writle* in the form of 'let ter?. . All . onmtunicatinns inte'd.d fco injertio ast 6 b auhentiaecatd by the n,:me cnld address of the writ' nat necessarily for publier~ti.l be_. a gearadre ojg ool faith [To the Editor of the Freo Press.] SIr,--A reference was m:ade ir. your last week's issue to the.manner in whclh the in, terment of the deceased John lGraham, from the Hospital, was conducted by me, It is obvousto' all intelligent persons that the blame is attachable to the sexton. Who will believe that a tradesman is so devoid of knowledge, that h~ cinnot defiue what size of grave is required to admit of a coffin he makes; the idea is absurd. I believe that it is wilfully and mnliicouily done, with a view to injure me if possible, ? may say sir, that as long as the sexton is under the absolute control of one trustee, and t.hat one an underi taker,...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

A.01 1d('&ý. The Goner: mok,. .,,.1i.- `8^ nP fly 1.e aensrj hr'1 t rcl it trn~n r ; .: ,'.., ... . A. [ati enhir hi ft :CL .a ý" Ra Way. !Yen rpa? : . ; ' E-;ti': c n t more or Irpe @eel . 1 i i . Fr-ur in :'n"T PY ci ;?'r;, Tbe. hI,,i;...w m.. :h} P esf c.re'~. t r

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OU[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

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SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 20. A forther decline in the English wheat market offr oted the Californian markets The Mary and Edith has been tsaee off the berth for Auaralia, and lads i..mber at Poget Sound I as wil! alro the ship Nation's Hope Fiou toi quot.d at 4 Jol to 4.75 ;6.l wai at, 1.50ol1 to 1.56 doll barley, 00o1 oats, 13851ol; coals nowm inal. VAt paUnaso, September 18. Wheat is quoted at 5.00Jol yer tnega flour, Idol to 7.121.:1, firm.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

VR To the Bench of Magistrates at Kilmore. T WI ALEXANDE Rnow residing t Willow 9. mavin in the colony of Victorias do hereby give notion that it is my intention to apply to the Justices sitting in the Court of Petty Sessions, to be holden, at Kilmore on the 28th day of January 1870, for a certifioate autborisiog the issue of a Beer Licence for a house situaoed at Willowmavin, the said house icontaining 2 sittingrooms and 2 badrooms-sozlusive 'of iiose required for the tue of my fomily-and, not now licensed. Dated this 10th day of January 1870. WILLIAM ALEXANDER. THE WEEKLY TIXES P IMANENTLY ENLARGED anosanaa 11, 1869. THE CHEAPEST PAPER IN AUSTRALIA. T HR E EP E N C E. Subscription, per post, 44 6d per quarter. Offleo,q86 Collins street Eest, Melbourne. HORES .?BOKEN TO 8ADDLE & flARiBE8S I BEG to inform the inhabitants of Kilmore and vioinily that I have commenced breaking horses to saddle, harness,-and side saddle; I need not com ment on my clevernres with horses as it is...

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ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

ADVERTISING. Publicity is money. This has oome to be recog 2it:d ea a piinoij1o'ia businee.. O, wpctati(iJ is as 1 CL, Lcd'tie lira in nu&1 bhy timed, thaite jarLr;' 0"2Y 0h iivO 0?iUOoCJS lia in )ac!9iwn' the m!!eri1 of 11;5 wan; fit, and Yriee, Up EnJ down, the ,H B H ) ?IUt T. rý ! Wt U . (:. EtU?U lj n t tt c I 1aiU y Shad givwn him a fair 11:,gging. Prot t _on h ten tred under sinoul. y favorabCe - L o Circura, col by the high priest of the M tormos ini v o it ýi. ;± rl i:'ore''( ou' of coiy s=irs! odrertieee. Uti,, and noha to befi ed most signally. Brigham Ydesman tong eutbithd-with the capital ofn over his door hfr pithful pop oe nd look at i he meeat vend out his sign far and wi-der and a dpsople see it and ir?umember it in spite of them.dict pro ibSelves, To do trins buiefF etually requires me rhand know ledge. wThree is an art in advertising. Ient abroad to see costly and ineffective, or sheep and profl~able. All depends upon ow it is set about.g w corIt mdl to do...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

J fRESSRS GORDON & OOTCH, or Collins atree .~.t' west, Melbourne, have been appointed agent r this Journal. Mr 000011, Ballarat, has been appointed agent this journal. LONDON AGENCY. THE FRss PRESS may be read gratuitously in Lon on, at the News Rooms of Messrs GORDON and 0Go0l, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and subscrip one for the sime are received. TWT KILMORE FREE PRESS, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSOAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. THE terms or adverti ing in the Eilmore Free Press are as under : TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE PER INCH. A reduction of ten per cent will be made for advertisements ordered fir one month ; twenty:; per ent for two months; and thirty-three per cent for hree months :-beyond which time a special arrange ment will be made. The terms of subscription to the Kilmore F?ee Press will be 6s 6d per quarter in town, and 7e 6d if posted the country. 'he Quarters for subscription to the Free Press will commence on the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd Septem...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

tJOMMEKBO1AL INrE LE GXNOI KILMORE, George acdson quotes ! Oat', Cfticci+!, ie Od to 5e ad per bur'* Brn, 1. Sd tper btiiel Pollard, 2: Od per bu!Ihe1 Nay, no L3.. rtog Chas` G; per cwz 'ota!c:s, 55 to s. per cwt IAO. 4tEFILD. Yte Chro.ielG reports as foilows ,i Wheat 5.a 63 to 6a C3 per buslw1 F1rotr L15 per tin Poaierd 1s 91 to 2, pew bnehol Brnu is fid eio KYNRTOII. ToredayJSyn 1i. The Gvardiaos roports as followe- ]Four £12 to £12 10; Wheat 51 41 to 5' 5-1 per buehel. !3bze, 3. ii to 3+ 7d Bryn, 1, 5d to 1s6d rrl a.d, le 41 Ryoe glas .'ed, ca to 7' do roaitoce, £5 Bi to £5 10 poer tan. IEATI{COT$ 28. Accordirg to the 7Ticni, the following priaes rule for coloieal proruc at tfeat`'cot·eFL p Flour 1~7 10. per t~n Wboest 7e to 7. tid per buihd Oats Oa C6 do Cape tFarley 4 63 to 5s do Naar. 7s do 3lraa 1. 83 do Pollard 1. 1011 to 2c do Pktatoee ;Ca t £7 per tO Hay £7 to £8 do. (Thali L5 ro t£ do Butter (.sood f esi) lIe 04 per lb Eggs 91 t or dreen BILNALLA. Tburadey, 7th Tbe.Erw-ii...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

e We are informed of an extraordinary p piece of ill-luck that lately befel a digger, a but which illustrates the old proverb, "it's an ill wind that blows nobody-good." Last week an unfortunate digger, who had bought a 66ft allotment at Perlin, for £1, found bottom at 3ft, and seeing no appearance of ip gold, pronounced it a "' duffer,' and tried to of sell out to his neighbor for 5s, without success. Two Chinamen," new chums." who were passing, looked at the hole, and, after much persuading, ventured to give 12s and [r a nobbler for the claim. Before sundown r, they had taken 671b of gold from the hole, wt which prounced them £3,296--a pretty good h profit on their investment The Geelong Advertiser states:;-The ta Cape Otway ranges and the locality around ie them are reported as presenting peculiarly a, attractive features to sportsmen, inasmuch as e splendid shooting, hunting, and fishing can be obtained. Wild pigs are said to be toler' s ably plentiful, and to afford exciting sp...

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Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

The Annual General Meeting of subscri bers to th K.i:x ore Turf Club, was held at Ielly's HE tel, on Saturday evening last. . Mr Akehurst occupied the chair. Mr H Wilson was appointed treasurer of the Club, and after about fifteen gentlemen qualified thermselves as members, Mr A. P Akehuret was elocted judge for the ensuing year, and Mr W Moodie stcrtor. The following gen tlemen were elected stewards, viz :-Messrs Fynn, Kellr, Ssmple. Hunt, Watson, Fer, guson, Ferrell and Thomas. Mr J C Hayes was elected Honorary Secretary. Wednesi day, and Thursday, the 30th, and 31st March, 'ere.appointed the days upon. which the races should be held. Mr Hayes said that a .statement went abroad that there was a dist I agreement between members of the club, as to the manrer in which £40 in the hands of the Borough Couincil should be spent The statement had been made by a councillor, and so far as he.(Mr Hayes) knew is was incorrect. After a lengthy conversation it was agreed that the club pledge it...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

FUBLIIIED THVrSDAY- A~oRNINa. THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1870. Tun corruption of the age ia a subject wb; hr has been worn almost thread bare, :od ud Press and the public may wvelld t T?. their labors in this respect, and t.,irrz a. tention to another snbjot -the i.ntolerance of the times we live ih Ainpi-r tead upon this topic has, during the p. st few weeks, been afforded by tbh enndlu,.t ,P Bishop Perry towards the ;,i.: , erw-the ' Rev. R. HIayw^r'!- ... . uch conductis on t : i and impartid :: clearly defire,. of the pe,..l. : or Broad Chu silently acqui .. injustice bin ... .. Lord Bishop of charge of his i, .: promulgation cf : .. :. holds, deem it ? :. Th quarrol between F: :: : R Mr Hayward, dee '" w, :. as. named rather for,, ie ,"senkn,," :od, though at' first we, -: .3 rather reticent in alluding to a matter between diocesan and deacon, now, the subject having become orie of great public interest, and one the settle* ment of which may create a revolition in Church government,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 January 1870

BENALLA.-Impounded dt BeoBilS- . brown mare, small star, D$., over DS near shoal dcr bay mere, star, coalar marked, WR nsar eshol der e'e.nut mare, star, White SpAts b bind the entae; JT, oonjoined off shouldr'e bay mars, star, '1' c~ffabould3a, 3 if hebek' : ehesenst mare, maddls' marked; fi ovr A ncar shouli= bad fttiy, stir;* ici psinte; 110 yvai. blenrl nd ' !.j! 'r. ir; " to bAA aal on ch ý * :, 7 A d l? j 51.'* ;tý ý. DTAPO, DMI'. DOiD .--rItpended. at Broad' Syrllo ep?ctt.id ord whiteo cor; no faila ' brends. brirdlc ebauttiand, nrek, aitd 'I'e ock horDn,. irc' out of off iCar, heavy in clf, ar : Ifrot oiaired, &a, to be soli? on BAd Foebr~ry. W "I HILL, Pound~kerper ELPH?1IN1 ONE-Im oundcd at Elphinstce brown or blaek mrm,draught, narrow stripe, .nar fore fcot w,!itetO neer Qadd?e ay hrlse, black loiuta, e iitar ehoul rer grey mare, draIIht, ao!lhr and sasirle marked, like JJO cear sh?ouldr, prreouly divertleJ ad s'a horse in mi:ttke If rotclaimed, e,t6o be sl...on 9...

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AN IRISH INKNEEPER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 January 1870

AN I~rin I ragr?amn.-English itentleman. SHaollo, house l' Lqndlerd-'-I don't' know anyone of that name, hereabouts.' Gent-' Are you the master of this inn ?' I aid-' Yes, air, please your bonor, when my wife's from hom.? Have you a bill of fare?' Yes, sir, surely, the fair of Xildorery is next week, and Ballyspuemalone the week after.' ' Tot! how are your beds ?' ' Very .ell, I thank you, sir.? ' Is your cellar good?' ' Oh, never fear that, sir, I only want the buyers to make me a seller.' ' Have you any porter ?' ' Have I, is it ? 'll em gage he is an excellent porter; he'll make out any place at all.? But I mean 'porter todriuk? * Oh, sir, he'll drink the ocean, not a --doubt. 9f that.' * Have you any soleP' ' ?oe you' boots and shoes, sir ' 'PEhiaw I have you any plaice P' ' I have not sir, but I was promised ione if rd only vote the way I did not at the last election.'- ' Have you any wld fowl P' They're tame enough now,for that 'n+ttei, for they have been killed these ten days...

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PROGRAMME OF ANNUAL RACES, 1870. STEWARDS: [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 January 1870

PROGRAMME ANNUAL RACES, 1870. STEWARDS : A. P. Akeburst, Esq, P.M. John Fynn, ?q, J.P. Henry Wilson, Esq I Dr Semple Wm Moodie, Esq George Watson,Esq Donald Ferguson, Esq J. M. Ferrell, Req Matthew Kelly, Esq . Thomas Hunts E'q James Thomas, Esq Judge:-A. P. Akehurae? Esq; P.M; Treasurer :-Henry Wilson, Esq Starter :-William Moodie, Req Clerk of the Conrse:-Joseph E. Dowling, esq

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FIRST DAY, WEDNESDAY, 30TH MARCH. 1ST RACE, [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 January 1870

Fiunst DAY, WEDNESDAY, 30TH MABOH. 1sT BAcK, MAIDEN PLATE, of 20 son, for all horses that have never won an advertised prise; distance one mile 'and a half; entrance 2 sors; weight for age ro BRAC, KILMORE HANDICAP, of 76 sove; twioe round the course. Nominations, with one sovereign, to be sent in to the honorary secretary at Kelly's Hotel, on or before the 26th February; weights to appear in The Australasian of the 12th Marob. Acceptances, with 4 sors, to be sent in on the day of general entry B$D RAos, HURDLE RBACE, of 80 orvs twice round the course and a distance ; over ordinary hurdles; weight for age; If entered to be sold for £650 allowed 7lbs.; for £40, 141bs; for £30, 2llbs ; and for £20, 281bes Entranoe 3 sorev 4TH RAos, DISTRIOT PLATE, of 20 sove I Tor all horses the bone fide property of residents within ten miles of Kilmore for three months prior to races distance one mile and a half; weights for age: Gentlemen riders. Five starters or no race. Entrance 2 sore

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Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 January 1870

A fisherman named Martin came by his death at Marengo, on the Goulbuirn iver; 'on Slnday morning last..while looking after his hooks. It appears that Martin anid his mate,: who lived by fishing, were in the habit ol going every morning to ,look. afteritheir lines,,in a small canoe or boat miiade by tben eves. While out on the morning in ques tin, Martin saw two swan; and came back fo his gun tishoot' at them. Some shoit tihe afterwards his mate heard the report ol a. ui in the direction of where Martinwas. He took no more heed of the matter and went after some other business. When he came f back in.the evening his mate was still missing, a ad gding in pursuit he found the boat r n'ar the lines bottom upwards. He gave' 1 th'e larm, and next day the'body' ,afos?n4 floating on the water about hialf: a lifilef r where the boat was capsized.. •When find a the head and features were ;vrery much a siolele JIt is thought that je gun must I have i plded, the charge ,ittnug hiadi in ( the,fcf...

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SECOND DAY, THURSDAY, 31ST MARCH. 1ST RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 January 1870

S!ONm D DAY, THURSDAY, 81es MABOH. I1T RiAc, BELLING STAKES, of 80 sors; twice round the course; weight for age i winner to be sold by auction immediately after the race for £25 if no price named ! but it entered to be sold for £20 allowed 71bs; if for £15, I41bs; and for £10, 211be: Any surplus to go to the funds of the Club. If entered not to be sold to carry 7lbs extra, Entrance 3 sore 2ND RAio, STEEPLEOHASE, of 60 sove, second horse to save hie slake; Three times round the coense, over such leaps as the stewards may appoint. Nomi • nations, with one eov reign, to be sent into the honorary secretary on or before the 26th Feb ruary, at Kelly's Hotel, Kilmore. Weights, as in the Kilmore HRndicap, to be published in The Australasian of 12th Maroh. Acceptnooes, with 8 sove, on the day of general entry. Three horses to start or no race SnD RAGE, TOWN PLATE, of 80 sore; mile and a half; handicap; nominations, with one sov, to bQ sent 'in, acd weights published as in theK:ilmore Handica...

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NEW LAND REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 January 1870

NEW LAND REGULATIONS. We have received'a copy of the new reguA lations which are to come into force in coni nection with the new Land Act, the opera tion of which will commenee on 1st Feb. next. They are too lengthy for publication i their entirety, but we make the following S tracts. The matter omitted mostly refers v 3 the forms to be used by applicants, &c., c ;,hich are set out in numerous schedules. ElGULATIONS JOELATIVE TO IPPLICATIONs Pon EsD ] -E OccuPATION oF C.now LANDS iVNDR .PART II.: O " THE LAND ACT, i1869.' 1. Boundaries of Allotments. - Every* otment applied for must contain at leas# ,o right angles, and be quadrilateral, unless aunded on one side by a watercourse, lake, / road, the bearings of which iary. When 1 allotment of 320 acres is bounded by a li itercourae or lake, the extent of water ti mntage must not embrace more than one - arter of a mile, and like in proportion for • lesser area to any lake, lagoon, river, f 'eam, or watercourse forming a bounda...

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RULES AND REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 January 1870

S RULES AND BrEGUdAT-IONS:. The General Rules of the V.R.O. will be adhered to, as far as practicable, but no entry will be received unless on this condition that .all claimes dispuite and objections shall be finally decided by the stewards or whom they may appoint Day of general entry-Tuesday, 29th March, at Kelly's Hotel, before 10 o'clock pam. Entries to be sealed and addresied to-the etewards; and to gontain all payments due, together withnsme.' age, color, and, if possible, pedigree of herse,'and colors of the rider. Mares and geldings. allowed Slbe: Any person lodging a protest mast deposit two gaineas with the treasurer oe honorary secretary, which deposit will he forfeited to finds of Olub if stewards decidipr t.stfrivolousir iexitioue. : No dednutions itroem anyy of the stakt a foj iex penses Jockeys not riding in the colors named will bp fined £1 . .. - .JOHnrCHABLES.~ AYES, Honorary Secretary:

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 January 1870

PUBLYnD TEUBSDAY MoRNI'G. THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1870. T accessi8810on of Messrs AsBipiall and M'Lellan to the ranks of the- Macphdrso Ministry cannot fail to give general 'eatis factioa, the one having earned for himself a reputation as being the possessor of brilliant talents always directed with a view of prow. gressive legislation, and the other having also acquired a good name by straightforward manly conduct and unflinching honesty of purpose. The appointment of Mr Graham Berry to a portfolio miy in some respects detract from the popularity which the ace ceptance of of `by each of- the; other gentlemen will create, as he has been looked upon for some time as a. slippery pol. itician, vacillating in his conduct, and ever ready to go which way the wind blew, so long as such wind wafted him to power. We. are not amongst those who deem Mr Berry worse in this respect than most other mem bers of the Legislature, indeed ire are in clined to the belief that were he possessed of a littl...

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