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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENOC RILMORE. George Hudson quotesp: Oats, Oolonial, 8S to 3s 3d per bushel Bran, 1s per bushel Pollard, Is 44 per bushel Hay, new L3 5s to L 10s per ton Ohaff, 4s per owt Potatoer, 3S to 3S 6d per owt John J Reilly quotes : Oats 3s 3d fo 8s Od per bush Bran is 2d do Pollard Is 4d do Hay 13 10s per ton Chaff 4s per awt Potatoes L3 6s to L3 15s per ton HEATHCOTE According to the Times, the following prices rule for colonial produce at Heathoote : Flour L12 to L12 10s per ton Wheat 4s 6d to 4s 9d per bushel Oats 8s 6d to 4s do Cape tarley 2s 6d to 8r 9d do Maize 7a do . Bran is Odo . Pollard Is 3d do . Potatoes £5 per ton Hay £3 to £4 do Chaff L6 to £6 do Butter (good. fresh) 1. 2 per lb .. . Eggs 1i per dozen DONNYBROOK. . E Moreman, Donnybrook flour mills quote as (olllows: i Flour, £12 iCs per ton S; Bran, Is 4d.per bushel : SPollard ;s 6d per bushel: i f * KYNETON. June 18. Flour £10 l0i 5Maize, 58 to S6 3d . Bran, I . SW 'ea'a to3 6d' S Pollard, I Id d 'Oats, B...
BYLANDS AND GLENBURNIE ROAD DISTRICT. Monday, July 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
BYLA?NDS AIND G: TLENBURNIE ROAD DIStRICT. Monday, July 4th. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above Board was held on. Monday last-the members ,present being the hairman (,!r O'Dwyer), Messrs Arkell, Cahill, Sorraghan, M'Manus, Turner, McKay, and Maloney The minutes of previous 'meeting, having been read, were confirmed tThe following tenders were then opened and dealt Works on Mill Road Sovior, 41 10d per yard, 15l for eitra work Davern, 5i 6d per yard Broadtord Road . Davern, £7 , O'Brien, £7 Mr Arkell moved that Davern's tender for Mill Road, and O'Brien's tender for Broadford Boad be accepted; seconded by Mr McManrtis, and carried ' The ean jeot of striking a rate was the next business and the Chairdan :remarked that ihe .was this' year disposed to reduce. the rate to ninepence, but upon. looking over the'. valuation for this year' he' fBud it was much lower than'on previous ocoasions he ,herefore thought it would be as well to adbere to a shilling rate Other members endorsed...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
MELBOURNE PRODUOE MARKET. M M'Oaw and Another report as follows for the week ending Wednesday :-The advance established in flour and wheat last week has been fully sustained during the present ope, considerable transactions hsavig been concluded for beat t ountry brands of the former article, at from £11 to £11 5a 6d, good samples of milling wheat having realised up to 5S id, at which price large parcels, if available, could be taken up: In feeding grains there is no chance of moment to record. Liood clean samples of New Zealand oat are in fair request, at priees ranging from 3a 2d to .S 4d, whle for a few pure samples of Tartarian, fo late sowing, 3s 6& has been realised. Maize realizes from 4s 2d to 4, 41; the former rate we obtained both publicly and privately during the past week, Fur dairy produce the demand continues steady, prices generally ru e about the same as last week. Have disposed of a large quantity of potted butter, realising up to a shilling for prime qualit...
Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
(eparation Dvay- in Rilmore passed of ,,.;. ut any public demonstijltion of joy. ati ,tit" lilough't of our6being allowed ::the, man ..,,,, i mt. of our own )affairs,, indeed except 1i," e ,:banks and the public offices were S,,.l, there was nothing elsee- o 'give : the &lt;: a h'Iliday aspect. hi; 13oarul of the Broadford, Road Dis L r Ii ihs re-let. the toll gate in the district to i former lessee, Mr A RRyai, at a rental of We learn from the Collingwood AdverN tiser that a flue intelligent.looking little boy of nine years, poorly but cleanly clad, was r charged, before the" police court at 'East r Collingwoc.d on the 25th June, with being a neglected child. His father-Dr Nicholson, once coroner at Kilmore--had been dead two years, and his mother, who was dying of consumption, was to be removed to the hose pital that day; And so the quiet little man (who was ordered to the Industrial School for five years) was left sitting all alone in the court, with little prospect of ev...
SPIRIT-RAPPING IN KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
8PIRIT-RAPPING IN KILMORE. What seemed'to be a very etraordinary. case of spiritrapping occurred at the Red Lion Hotel b?i: last Thursd:y riod 'Friday nights. On Thursday Light, so'drtly after the domestics oft the establishment had re, tired to rest, and just as peaceful slumber was laying fast hold upon.them, there 'came a gentle rapping, as of some one gehdly tap ping on the wall of the apartment int which they slept. A light was procured, and' the sleeping apartment, answell a those Adjoin. ingwas thoroughly searched wittit 'the?view of findingso'me'elie to' this' my'steribus ani omihln s foise,'?il i;itbout ,success., Again the.girls retired, ut no sooner, was thie.light extinguishbed than the 'rapping commenced -sometimes Icud and frequent, as if deo manding immediate attention,'at others slow and solemin, as if giving warning. of some dreadftil catastroppe.: When the occurrence bec me known it was determined to make a thorough investigation into the matter on the following ni...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
CORDON GTCH, or (Ollins sree fESSI ' e4 re have been appointed agent st'l wett, 3le?'? rthi journal . ... ointed agent this0009 BaUaJtO , ha eeOO ·L· ONDON AGENCY ý` r, ry ~ aye read gratuitously in Lon Si"t x ,SunrO of aMessrs GoBDON and On it the am ill where advertisements and for ll jne aIme received. K ILIflRE FREE PRnESS1 PUBLISHED T!HFY THURSDAY MORNING D AT lNEy BTSTREET, KILMORE. i, ti tator r lverthting in the Rilmore Free i I?0 t ISSILLING AND BIXPENCE PER INOCH. i rvdotrdon of ten per cent will be made for Idurtidrentl ordered f.r one month ; twenty per te! ..rtomontlhs and thirty-three per cent for hre c abnthr:1be?.? d which time a special arrange Set 'ill b ade Te terms of ub5jription to the Kilmore Free Press il be 6'1 per quarter in town, and 7e 6d if posted (the eontry, ?he Quarters for subs.ription to the Free Press lccmmenceon the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd Stember and 23rd December. Persons cannot ii.hdrar their names from the roll of Subscribers S;rctht pying ...
Tuesday, July 5, 1870. (Before A P Akehurst, Esq, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
u ;(Before A P Akeliureti; EsiaP .M.) 'Clement Purrier v Albert Rickards, for 1 Ilsd, goods sold. -Mr-Meade-for-eomi plainant. lBte edefor onoeek for fresh service. r •Same v Whom aý]iekardo -2 iDef·dn thaviýýd he'deb afEr suinm irpons was served,'ib?i'dd'?\s'4hi'Ad d for 41 16s 6d costs.: ( nt r # s j J J Reilly v Wm Callanan in a if inn, for £5 10s, goods sold. Settled. Same v George Bailey, for £E l8s,; oods sold. Settled , , :4 . : Thomas de C Meade v "Williami o'Cbey, for £3 8s 6d, moneg lefit-Mr Twigg for conmplainiant. q a p of pfendanp, Order for £2 8s'6d hand£1 6s costs. Geo, Hudson-vyDonald- M'Intosho senior, £1]? leid, goods, sold. (Mr MXeade for complainant ; 1 alppearane, of defendant. Order for amouat and £ 1 i6l eo ts?'
DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, June 29, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
DALMAHOY OAMPBELL AND C0'S REPORT. Melbourne, June 29, 1870; FAT OATTr.-The week's supply of fat cattle amounted altogether to 741 head, principally fjom Gipps Land and Western Port districts. Quality, as a whole, only medium, with very few really prime pens. Prices advanced frem 20 to 30s par head on last week's sales, although the competition was by no mrans brisk, as the metropolitan butchers only pur chased for actual requirements. Prime beef brought 25s per 1001bs; a few extra up to 27t 6d; medium to good quality from 201 to 22s 6d. The supply of calves was limited, which sold well. We have sold 183 bullocks for Mr A Black, Camperdown, aver aging £9 3. 6d; 61 cows for Mr M'Millan, Western Port, at £4 131; 62 bullocks, from Mr W Thomaun, Airly, averaging £7 o9 9d ; 22 for Mr M'Nab, Lillys dale, at an average of £5 2s 6d; and 5 calves for Mr M'Millan, at from 30s to 39s. The following are the aver?ees of the different lots sold:-Mont qomery's, L8 16.; Foster's, £7 13s 2d King's £...
A MAN SHOT BY A PUBLICAN AT WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870
A MAIN SHOT BY A PUBLICAN AT WILLIAMSTOWN. Another outrage has been committed, by which the life of a fellow citizen is endan gered. On Tuesday afternoon about three o'clock, a man named James Davis, a carl penter, who has recently arrived from Gipps Land, went to the old Post Office Hotel, Williamstown. Soon after he entered the bar, Mr Musicka, the landlord, came in and exclaimed " Hallo, what brought you down, here?" Davis replied,"Iam just some down to have a look at you " Musicka then invited him to an inside room, and he went in. It appears that no one else was there; and, on Davis asking Musicka how he had been doing up the country, the latter mum, bled something which was unintelligible, and immediately turned round upon Davis and levelled a revolver at him. Musicka then said, "I brought this for you. Prepare, I am going to shoot you." Davis, referring to something which it is supposed had transi pired during a previous visit, asked Musicka to listen to what he had to say. M...
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870
IRELAND. A young barrister was sent to gaol by the Dublin Police Court on May 10, for a month for wrenching off knockers. A 3elfast paper says that the sowing of flax in the north of Ireland is considerably less this year than in former years. The Archbishop of Dublin, in a letter to a lay member of the Church, says :-=I consider it altogether wronf for members of the Church to be present at, or take partin, either Roman Catholic or Dissenting ser vices, The foot and mouth disease is at present raging severely in the neighbourhood of Dublin, several head of cattle having already died from its effects, whilst a very large number are attacked with the disorder. Mrs Mackay has returned to Cork after visiting her husband Captain Mackay in Portland prison. She reports that he had so far recovered from a recent attack of chest disease that he had been removed from the hospital, and that he was in good spirits and bore his.imprisonment with fortitude. The Commissioners on primary education...
HOME ITEMS. SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870
I HOME ITEMS. a From the European Mail. S8COI'LAND. John Whyte, the clerk in the National Bank at Glasgow, who recently stole £8000 in bank notes, has been sentenced to five years' penal servitude. A new field of coal has been discovered in Raywards, about a mile from Airdrie. The coal is said to be of a very valuable descripl tion, almost equal, it is believed, to the Lesmahagow gas coal. The lambing season, just closed in the north of Scotland, has been more propitious I and profitable than for several years past The wool clip is anticipated to be.as fair average weight and quality. The Right Hon. John, Earl of Stair, has been constituted Fier Majesty's High Comrn missioner to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. The Laild of the estate of Dunollie has returned from India, promoted from the rank of captain to that of major. He does not intend to go abroad again. A monument to King Robert the Bruce is to be erected on the field of Bannockburn An influential committee has...
A TRUE ENGLISH WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870
1 iTE" i''' :t f';1't XIlhE, tloes not thr?ls: her .cti i.to the face of lnue ed. Se irts it other til nju ennouh to ji[ke tin ? a, , et lv iejo', ia rapid ewV iiz , i . .li:vei co uL rsat i .n S 1 ?h ne?.,- ir: i .' " :- ? . : ril ' t(, - kered, nor oerr tie dn, i.,t oeear fol tier hdignity or her viii ie nce ,):.lid with I l - lEs ri :, dif, i'ience to thie fulticude by way Of orin p 1,i a tti to one. ti', i ll, ias it is inree .li, that she dies lih or her iu te ,ntd tect is' 1! . with each ot?iler,, and therefore not on ilt [ ' inut for su;ppl0unl't.i, the mlen 1with whion s"e iihs thiose innocer t tltti2e jkes, those ciunsparent Secret,, those ani.. siwarl) r. ' It d1 er tndYi?n, d not make I ihtakes, :1:.1 *te ery 0ouluili hetoingr to them t rget to be Cel srioteu, ovue though dhe is too iuch admired. Sho is a mother too, and a food one, so can ymipathise with other nmothersi , nd cxpatiate oi her nurserya, keeps a well oman ged house, and is 1otorious for the amouint of needl...
Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870
h PUBLISHED THIUSDAY Al'RNING. i, THURSDAY,. JULY 14, 1870. d C--l- - - - " I Ioaon to whom honor is due." and to Mr r J M Grant we are this week very willing to extend our meed of praise for declining to be the medium through which the colony would inevitably be embroiled in another deadlock. With a spirit of disinterestedness which does great credit to that hon gentleman's sense of Sjustice, he has nobly stepped forward and declined to accept a grant of £7,000, which the Ministry proposed to give him, knowing if he had done so, or in any way expressed his willingness to concur in the proposal, it would entail an amount of misery on the country to be measured only by the disas trous consequences in connection with the Darling Grant-- consequences which at the .present time, above all other periods in our history, we are so ill able to bear. Howm ever popular Mr Grant have become, tlrough his administration of the Lands department, this last step of his in declining to receive, in a...
SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870
BANDIHURST. Messrs L. MAOPHEBBSOn AND Co. report:- Large supplies forward, prices as follow-Printed butter, from 10d to 17d and 18d, according to quality; totted, 8d to Is; cheese 6l tol0d ; baoon, 6d to lid; carrots, L3 10s to L4; potatoes, L4per ton; eggs, 1s 5d to is 9d per doz.
KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, July 8. (Before John Fynn, Mayor, and A Sugden, Esq's:, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870
KILMORE R.OLICE COURT. Friday, July 8. (Before John Fvnn, Mayor, and A Sugden, Esq's:, J.P's.) John Bourke v Bernard Collins, for £5. Mr Meade for complainat. Verdict for amount, and 15s costs. Same v James Lee, for £3. Mr Meade ior plaintiff. VerdiLc for amount, and £1 Ils costs.
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870
MELBOURNE PRODUCE IARIKIT. SMI'0aw and Another report ai follows for the week ending Wednesday :--The market for bread. stuffy without any material change. Wheat, generally, scarcely as firm as last week. For very prime lots, however, eutaide prices could be realised, as there is a great scarcity of such at present. Good brands of country flour are in demand, both for home consumption and export, parcels of which can be readily quitted at £11 12s 6 ito £11 15s. Bran sells freely up to Is Od, and pollard is ld to 1s 4d. For dairy produce the demand continues steady, prices generally rule about the same as last week. Have disposed of a large quantity of potted butter, realising up to a shilling for prime qualiy ; the major portion to hand, however, being of indifferent quality, the general average rules low. Below we give details-result of actual sales: £ 8 £ s Flour, sk dad Victorian 11 0 0 to 11 5 0 do, seconds 9 0 0 to 10 0 0 do, all faults to Oatmeal, all faults Maize 0 4 2 to 0 0...
Tuesday, July 12. (Before A P Akehurst, Esq, P.M., and W. Spurling, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870
Tuesday, July 12. (Before A P Akehurst, Esq, P.M., and W. Spurling, Esq., J P.) Vincent Purrier v Albert Rickards, for £2 11s 9d. Order for amount and £1 7s costs. Michael MRurphy v Win T.ockhart, for £17 is lid. Order for amount, and £1 16s costs. Joseph Dowling v Thomas Costello, for driving on the wrong side of the road. Mr Meade for complainant. Fined 10s, and £1 13s costs. Henry Bath, charged by Constable Bren, nin with cutting timber on Crown lands without a licence, was. fined 10a and 2 G6d costs. Same v John Ritchings and Michael Mult lins for same offence. They were each.fined 10s and 2s Gd costs. Benjamin Groves v Alfred Sugden. Inter pleader hummons. Mr Meade for execution creditor. Claim dismissed, with £3 13s costs to judgement creditor.
DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, July 6, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870
DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, July 6, 1870; FAT CATTuL.-The week's supply of fat cattle amounted altogether to 10,34 head, principally faom Victorian districts, mostly middling sorts, with some better quality from the Westward ; among the latter were a few station-bred bullocks of the favorite FF brand, which brought fully 27a 6d per 100 Ibs; and last rates were well maintained. PFime beef brought 25s per 1001bs; a few extra up to 27s 6d; medium to good quality from 20s to 22s 6d. The supply of calves was limited, which sold well. We have sold 133 hu'locks for Mr A Black, Camperdown, aver. aging £9 3s 6d; 61 cows for Mr M'Millan, Western Port, at £4 13s; 52 bullocks, from Mr W Thomson, Airly, averaging £7 9s 93; 22 for Mr M'Nab, Lilly, dale, at an average of £5 2s 6d; and 5 calves for Mr M'Millan, at from 30s to 39s. The following are the aversaes of the different lots sold :--Mont gomery's, L8 16! ; Foster's, £7 13s 2d; King's £6 is 6d; McLeod and;Davidson's, £6 16s...