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[?] CHEESE FACTORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 June 1870
.!.i' ! i 'IEiES 1 '.C'ORILS. --'--"-- . :'ii': :, . I o ot' I( or.,ty-hill, near . t1- . t in:trt,,du e: the Chehddar : ON Ances ii" eh thu s to the C1 ter Chrlio;icle: 1; ttres Cr.-Dk. Jan. 10, 8t Jol, usville, , w Y'o'i. State. .t.'r 1+ mnonths' rvidence in this try, I sn.l you a few ii'-; to ceivnti: ,t f on'.:' i. 1 n 's ill an l)ire' -,'ofn of! 1:.. i ,ve the ple.r ol ire of inflOr:,l n t t at,'-l, r v"'ii , a"mi taumily have :il ,wd eobviteu health, and that we int, Y ; k. a people who are reaiy to extend . h. of welcome to stranes':., and who ;,,, le01 more for what t.hey are than for !at A1 p5ssess or proless to be, and Ithre AIs a 1 u 1110h 2 more geni?,1 l'e ivg of r'ie •it: amongst the dith renit .gr'~1l'l of r:di 't thln is found in Eng ,.d We have beenr ::aeld at our old trade of cheei e.'m:akil.'' t' .O u' laiunilvhaviný t itn:tlat:g1emilnt of' c theese tt:cories in wh ei werto e 'le 2''0 , ing betwveen seven or eight, ; _ll, d. ly (Jd'lr g tbthe f t-;i ; i' se ,;) ,....
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 June 1870
LEGISLATIVE COUU CIL. Tuesday, June 28. In the Legislative Council on Tuesday, Mr T T A'Beskett presented a report of a select committee on the question of the issue of writs by the President under the Act 32 Vic., No 334. The report was ordered to be printed, and taken into consideration on Wednesday, 6th July, Mr T T A'Beckett presented a return moved for by himself on the 25th November la't, showing the quantity and particulars of alllandA granted by the state and held by the different denominations for religious purposes. The return was ordered to be printed.. The House adjourned until the following Tuesday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 June 1870
..... --- ? =---,-,wv --- i ALEXANDRA:-Impounded at Alexandra 32 goats, various colours, ages and sexes If not claimed, &o, to be sold )n 20th July A ARMtISTRONG, Poundkeeper BENALLA.--Impounded at Benalla black mare, little white on both hind coronets, t near shoulder + strawberry steer, AS off rump It not claimed, &o, to be sold on 20th July J WATTS, Poundkeeper LANOEFIlELD.-Impeunded at Lancefield brown horese, like BG near shoulder ohesnut horse, white stripe down the face, both hind fetlocks white, like JH near shoulder chesnut horse white stripe down the face, of fore foot enlarged, off hind fetlock white, like TF conjoined near shoulder, FG off shoulder chesnut mare, atar and stripe off fore and both hind fetlocks white, collar marked, shod, like A over indescr ibable near shoulder If not claimed, &o, to be sold on 20th July A MADIGAN, Poundkeeper M'IVOR CREEK.-Impounded at M'Ivor Creek white bullock, near ear slit, R near rump, like --D near shrulder ...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 June 1870
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, June 28. In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, the Speaker took the chair at hallapast 4 o'clock. In reply to questions by hon members, it was elicited that those persons who had taken up land under the novel industries clause, and who had complied with all the conditions of their lease, would be placed in the same position as other lessees, and that the rent paid b3 them would be taken as pa. t payment of the purchase money; th it the midday trains would in future leave the respective termini between 12 and halfipast 12 o'clock; that technology was taught at the common school at Sale out of school hours, and that no aid was granted by the Board of Education; and that no grant would be issued for land held under the 42nd clause when such land was believed to be auriferous. On the motion of Mr Wrixon, a bill cone ferring the powers of the inspector general of public works upon the acting inspector general, was read a first time, the second reading bei...
SANDHURST. Messrs L. MACPHERSON AND CO. report:— [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 June 1870
SANDHURST. Messrs L. MAOPHRUBso AND Co. report: Honan MadxRT.-Monday 20th and Saturday 25th June-No unbroken stock forward Broken in stock: The market continues dull, and we have no change to note in current rates; our best price for heavy draught for Saturday, was L50; and during the week a few head of medium draught were quitted at satisfactory prices; although only a limited amount of business is doing prices remain firm at last week's quotations. There are constant enquiries for un broken stooks, but we have no advices of any on the road for this market Dldnr CATTL~ , &o--Tuesday, 21st, Thursday, 23rd June-We sold dry cows at L3 10s to LS, and milkers, inferior, at L5 10s to L7; calves-none forward; lambs, 6s to 7s each FARE AND DAIRY PlonuCo-Thursday, 23rd and Saturday, 25th June-Large supplies forward; prices as follos:;--Printed butter, from 12d and 131d to 20d per lb for small parcels; Is 6d to ls 7d, for storekeepers' lots; lump butter, fresh, from 81 to is; bacon, ...
THE RACE BETWEEN HEWITT AND HARRIS, FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP, [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 June 1870
THE RACE BET'WEEN IFEWITT AND IIARRIS, FOR THE CHAMIPLON_ SHIP, This long expected event took place on Saturday, at the Friendly Societies Gardens, and resulted in a victory for the English pedestrian. We take the following account of the running from the Age: ' The start was a magnificent one. The men were in motion at the same instant, and for the first fifty or sixty yards ran stride and stride. The excitement of the spectra tors now became intense. Cheers and shouts of encouragement were heard on every side. The police were ubiquitous in keeping back the visitors, who, in their excitement, would have closed in on the course, while some of the spectators in their turn strained frantit cally to get a sight of the race. On came the men with tremendous speed, side by side, when at about the 90 yard mark, Hart. ris increased his speed and went ahead. The spurt was the signal for renewed cheer ing, and by some the victory of the Vie. torian champion was looked upon as certain. Hats we...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 June 1870
MELBOURNE PRODUOE MARKET. M M'Oaw and Another report aq follows for the week ending Wednesday :-The advance established in flour and wheat last week has been iully sustained during the present one, considerable traseoactions havir g been concluded for best ountry brands of the former article, at from .£11 to £11 2s, 6d, good samples of milling wheat having realised up to 5s Id, at which price large parcele, if available, would be Staken up: In feeding grains there is no chaene of moment to record. Good clean samples of New Zealand oats are in fair bequest, at prices ranging from 38 23 tor 3 4ld, whle for a few pure samples of Tartarian, for late sowing, 3' 61 has been realise¢. Maize realizes from 4s 2d to 44 41; the former rate we obtained both publicly and privately during the pest week. For dairy produce the demand continues steady, prices generally rule about the same as last week. Have disposed of a large cuantity of potted butter, realising up to a shilling for prime quality; ...
KILMORE POLICE COURT. Monday, June 27. (Before A P Akehurst, Ewq, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 June 1870
.ILMO1RE POLICE COURT. Monday, June 27. (Before A P Akehurst, Esq, P.M.) Patrick Haves, charged by Superintendent of Police with insulting behaviour in a publie place, pleaded guilty, and was fined 20s. The same prisoner, charged by Constable Nelson with being drunk and disorderly, wa cautioned and discharged; on a second charge of resisting the police, prisoner was fined £3, or one month's imprisonment.
DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, June 22, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 June 1870
DALMA?IOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, June 22, 1870. FAT CAvTLn.-Market glutted. 1,710 head ens tend; one half being disposed of to-day. Notwith. standing this heavy supply prices were well mrin tamned for best beef may 20s per 100lbs ; other quali. ties were slightly lower, but closing sales were firm at about late currencies. There was a good atten dance of town and country buyers ; the latter bought freely, but some of the former reserved their purt chases until to-morrow, when we will offer 210 head of good quality for Mr Cyrus E Smith, Gravel Plains, and have to-day sold 51 bullocks for Messrs Turnbul and Henderson, Loyang, at £5 10s; 386 for Messrs Wm Thompson, E L Simmonds, and Executors of R Thompson at from £6 to £8 15. The following are the averages of the different lots sold :-Mont gomery's, L7 10 ; Foster's, £6 18s 2'1 King's £6f is 6d; McLeod and Davidson's, £6 9s 10d; Ty. son's (Hlayfield), b; Ilooks, £7 16 7d; cows, £5 11l 4d; Sharp's, Warego, bullocks, L6 1l...
Tuesday, June 28, 1870. (Before A P Akehurst, Esq, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 June 1870
Tuesday, June 28, 1870. (Before A P Akehurst, TEq, P.M.) Wm Palfrey v. Patrick Flinn, for wilful injury to property value £1 is. Dismissed. Same v same, for breaking a pane of glass. Dismissed. Thomas Coghill, charged by Patrick Sao vage, police constable, with being drunk and disorderly, was discharged with a caution. Thomas Garford, charged by Sergeant Deasy with insulting behaviour in a public place, was fined £3, in default one month's imprisonment.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 June 1870
COO&MERCIAL INTELLIGENOB KILMORE. George Hudson quotes:- Oats, Colonial, 8s to 3s 33 per bushel Bran, is per bushel Pollard, Is 4d per bushel Hay, new L3 6s to LS 10s per ton Obaff, 4~ per owt Potatoer, So to 8s 6d per owl John J Reilly quotes : Oats 8s 3d to SI 01 per bush Bran Is 2d do Pollard is 43 do Hay L3 10s per ton Chaff 4s per ewt Potatoes L3 59 to L3 15s per ton LANOEFIELD. The Ohronicle reports as foilows: Wheat 4s 0d to 5s Od per bushel Flour L11 per ton Pollard Is 6d to ls 9d per bushel Bran Is 3d do HEATHCOTE According to the Times, the following prices rule for colonial produce at Heathoote : Flour L12 to L12 10 per ton Wheat 4s 6d to 4s 9d per bushel Oats 3s 6d to 4s do Cape tarley 2s 6d to 3s 9d do Maize 7e do Bran IsOd do Pollard is 31 do Potatoes £5 per ton Hay £3 to £4 do Chaff L5 to £6 do Butter (eood fresh) 1s 2d per lb Eggs is Der dozen DONNYBROOK, E Moreman, Donnybrook flour mills quotes as folllo~ : Flour, £12 1Ca per ton Bran, hs 4d per bushel Polla...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 June 1870
SORD GOTCH, or Collins stree Se D e boreDO been appointed agent M. wlet, elbourue ba ,t Journ al ..larst, has been appointed agent yfr GOOfla othse thit jormal, t hRis P0ro my' be read gratuitously in Lon onEt t-he News°Om of erasrsG ORDON and on)1, " olborn Hill, where advertisements and olostnttP0 5 ar the rne are res iet dl TV, KILIORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHED - p: EVERY THURSDAY' MORNING. AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORi0 TiE tern or -.,rt;iog in the Kilmore Free Frts seeas nder: IWO SHILLISGS AAD SIXPENOE PER INOH. Sreduction ef ten ver cent will be made for adrertirenta ordeed f r one month ; twenty per ?tt la o maonthl:; ani thirty-three per cent for brie months :-biyotd which time a special arrange mC tniil be maJde. Th term olf l:t:ritron to the Klilnoreee Press ,ihi tr 6 p :fr .:2rf' in town, end 87 6d if posied the c!untrS. She Quarters for subLeription to :he Free Press wile cmmenc on tie 23r;d March, 23rd June, 23rd etember, and 23rd Dccemboer. Persons cannot Stdrrawtheir r.ar: i...
Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 June 1870
PUaLIsaED TuURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1870. Tan bill introduced by Mr G P Smith to amend the Wines, Beer, and Spirit Sales Statute, has been advanced a slight stage in the Assembly, two clauses and part of a third having been considered in Committee on Tuesday evening. Without in any way vouching for the main principles of the bill being calculated to effect a radical reform on the present system, we think chere are many useful clauses therein that could be accepted with advantage. Not the least valuable amongst them may be mentioned one of those which passed through committee on Tuesday-the permissive principle, enabling the majority of ratepayers in a district to prevent the establishment of any publichouse. This clause in itself, if it becomes law, will prove a very essential check upon the sys. tem already in vogue of granting licenses indiscriminately !o almost any class of chart aeters,. and for any description of premises. If we take Kihnore as an example of the mann...
THE POWER OF LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 June 1870
THE POWER OF LOVE. Sweet are the charms of her I love, More fragrant than the damask rose; Soft as the down on turtle dove, Gentle as wind when zephyr blows ; Rofreshing as deseonding rains To sunburn climes and thirsty plains. True as the needle to the pole, Or as the dial to the sun; Constant as gliding waters roll, Wh5so swelling tides obey the moon ! Prom every other charmer free My life and love shall follow thee Devouring Time, with stealing pace, Makes lofty oaks and cedars bow; And marble towers and walls of brass, In his rude march he levels low: But Time, destroying far and wide, Love from the soul can ne'er divide The lamb the fiiwr'y thyme devours, The dam the tender kid pursues; Sweet Philomel, in shady bowers Of verdant spring, her not; renews: All follow most what they admire, As I pursue my soul's desire. Death only, with his cruel dart, The gentle godhead can remevs ; And drive him from the bleeding heart, To mingle with the blest above; Where, known to all his kind...
THE DELIGHTS OF EDITORIAL LIFE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 June 1870
THE DELIGHTS OP EJDITORIAL ?f It is nice to be an editor of a newspaper, e in a small country town. There you ires henevel nt dictator, universally loved sad rot Everybody has confidence in you, and peO their hats to you whenever you appear in Your utterances are considered to be on?e? whenever you pronounce jLdgment, pe. pil reed bated breath, and cossider the dc eiion tfl Should you have to deal with a question ii private interests are deeply involved, and eoa as a matter of course, a spirit of facoioc l tvoked, and ten or a dozen different partiesu with or without provocation, to cut each throats, you have only to review the offered by the various opponents, point 0. flaws, detects, and absurdities and decide ii of those who enrnoiate the eoundet viet those who are in error at once express contrii you viits to tell you how grateful they an, so profuse in their admiration of your i that they shed bitter tears of bitter re ets unkind thoughts they have entertained of ponents. Ovee ...
ELOPEMENT EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 June 1870
FLOPEýENT Q'BDLdp TI1 R$ltAo1RD1NARy, SZe'sord k "Ji hed efot8 notes for its i lad IllA sare pi th z m0e1the is eh orr frmrro era, homicides, h0* '0Ccir burglaroie and till other 011 tChe e'' i t h OI, t rd heir to; and Ciiie0. itao tij ~ reihs a t 0 sry teo e Coeal of one e n hq ' sir of t1OP P tt (in recOrd, to tr . 1* oMrle n ld" ee 0]ith 0on hijl,-. the iIi tnl e former both Geri 4t 6 b aflIigbnb Urn it ppear that; on last Tuestiay evening Alvah A Rose, a gey and festive young grocer, doing business in Mulberry street, between Market and Mechanic streets, shut up shop much earlier than usual, procured a hack, drove to the residencA No 42 Mrchanic street, thence spee dlily tripped out, ann: into the conveyance the young, and as report Faith, very pretty wife of Adam Ocee, horse collar maker. Her name is Eve; she is twenty four years of age. From here, Alvah drove round to the next street, b;low Fcir street, and from the re' sidence No 15 out popped another woman of pret possessin...
LADIES OF THE PERIOD. THEIR MUD PIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 June 1870
LADIES OOF Tl E PERIOD. THEIRB IUD PIES, We never rmember a time when so many un pleannt things were so prominent and notorious, bat with the Byron case, the Mornaunt scandal snd the Contagious Diseases Act, we have been crmmmnd with horrible aubjeots, which seem to go on in an increaling ratio of nastiness ; each case getting wonand more frankly abominable than the last. SWe are socustomed to plume ourselves on oar moderm ciilintion, and to think with a con, temptuoe kind of pity on those miserable old times when Plto philosophised in the dark for want of the light so liberally bestowed on us, and when Aristole Bote zoologicalnonsense for want of rightly comprehending the science of comparative anatomy. Thes omen, too, of thoje miserable old times are not to be mentioned in the same breath at our .niern ladies and neither the Penelopes of Greece nor Comnilas of Rome are to be compared to our Min Lucy', of Baywater, with the crowds of well* dresedladies who thronged to hear the Mord...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 June 1870
TO CORRESPONDENTS. To ensure the tnserimn oJ communications it is ab.lolute!l necessary that they should be couched in moderate language, and written is the form of le ters. ll commzunications intended for insertion must he authenticated by the name and address of the writer not necessarily for publication but as a gua*nteee of good faith. '"JNo P.," Broadford.-Your lines are not poseessod of much meril, and breathe nothing but ltbtl agaoit John A tken. Better empl yyour lalents in some other manner than the follwing : " My sympsthetio&'fiat wouli fall Upon old Aitkin'a ni se man."
WARDEN'S COURT, KILMORE. Tuesday, June 28, 1870. (Before Mr Warden Akehurst. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 30 June 1870
WARDEIN'B COURT, KILMOIRE. Tuesday, June 28, 1870. (Before Mr Warden Akeburst_ John Pender v. Henry Kanniegesser; ap. plication to obtain quartz claim on Morning Star Reef, one mile southieast of Cokeley's machine site, for abandonment. Mr Meade for complainant. Summons dismissed with out prejudice, and complainant ordered to pay defendant £3. Samuel Chick v. Henry Kanneigesser; similar application for same ground. Dis. missed with £3 costs John L. Lyall v. Richard Joesan; applil cation for quartz claim, known as Happy Valley Claim, on M'Lennan's run, on the ground of abandonment. The Warden made an order that service be substitutei by posting one copy of the summons on the claim, and a copy on the door of Rilmore courthouse, and that the case be adjourned for seven days.