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BENALLA Thursday, June 23rd [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870

BENALLA Thursday, June 23rd The Enaign reports the following as the prices rul ng :- Flour, £10 to £10 10a per ton Wheat, 3s per bushel Pollard, ls Od do Bran, Is do Odts 2e 6d to 3a

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870

SP ECI AL N o TI C E. (HEAP SALE OF DRAPERY, MILLINERY and CLOTHIING, BOOTS L and SHOES, &c, To Continue until the 31st July: See Handbills. T. J. GEOGHEGAN, Commercial House, Sydney street, Kilmore. PYALCNG ROAD BOA hD. TENDERS. TENDERS will be received by the above Board up to noonon Wed esday 3"d Aunuet for the fel lowing works in the Pvalong Road District For cutting 65 chains d sine near Gleeson's Hill 200 yards mutal on Sydney R. a Plane and specificatioas to be scen at tue cifioe of the Board By order J P BOURKE, Clerk July 14, 187Q PYALONG ROAD DISTRTOT ELECTION NOTICE. Eastern Sohdivie;on AN Extraordinary Vc.ncy having occurred in the representation (f the Eastern pubdivitin of the Pyalong District Road B',ard I hereby rive notice that I ahtll on the let of August proximo proceed to the ekotion of a member to fill tli aforteail vacancy in lio room of Mr Edward Kennedy. Not mninations to be delivered to me at my re,idence lioranding in aco rdance Aith the Local Gover...

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THE INTERCOLONIAL CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870

TIHE INTERCOLONIAL COUNFRENCIE: The following is the rep."rt of proceedrinars of the Intercolonial COonferen:c, as4emh:ri in Mrlbourne 'in the m nth? of .rune and. July 1870, as laid befrr;. Parliament rn Tueslray ever ine;: TIi conference w~°e c ,re, ed at the instan,~ or the G-vernnlent of Tm-.onie, p inmarl: in order to consider the deeia.i'i'v or the eq:rabthrr.nt of a Cu.,to,,s niO:n for rhe Auetr.:l.eian eqlolieo, and the rermovl of all roetriction, up;r: intercoloii.l trade. Trhe irvittion was rrepor.de'l to by the, Col nies of Newv South Wates, VIr:.dri, aon Sonlh A?e ralia, twho.e rep-csentatives, with thus of Tarmatlli, were as foll »w' :-P esent on b.lhilf of N~ w -ou1h WA?ea -The Hon C Ciooper, i P., Coior.ial eer tLary: thie Ton 9 Samuel, 1i P, 0(1n. i 'I'.- eurer. On hbet alf of Tasmcnio-Ti e 110 i J St Wilte nl, 1,L . Colonial 9e'r tary ; the Ucn "lih.. 1) C.arman, Af.L.A.. Ool-wia; Tr's.a-er. 01 behallf of .rr Australia-The Hon J TILrt, C.?1.G., ,.P, Tree n,;'er; the...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870

COM&MERCiAL INtEELLIGENCI KILMORE. George Hudson quotes: Oats, Colonial, Bs to 3s 3d per bushel Bran, is per bushel Pollard, sle 4d per bubshel Hay, new L3 5s to L3 10s per ton Chaff, 4s per cwt Potatoes, 3s to 3s 6d per cwt John J Reilly quotes : Oats 3s ad to 38 Od per bush Bran is Zd do Pollard ls 4d do Hay LB 10s per ton Chaff 4s per cwt Potatoes L3 5s to LS 15. per ton HEATHOOTE According to the 2mes, the following prices rue for colodial produce at Heathcote : Flour L12 to L12 104 per ton Wheat 4s 6d to 4s 9d per bushel Oats 3s 6d to 4s do Cape barley 2a 6d to 8s 9d do Maize 7. do Bran is Od do Pollard sl Sd do Potatoes £5 jer ton Hay £3 to £4 do Ohaff L5 to £8 do S' Butter (good fresh) sl 2d or li1 Eggs ls per doin E Moreman, Donaybrooul lour mille qute a folllows : Flour, £12 iCs per ton Bran, sl 4d per bushel Pollard is 6d per bushel KYN~ETON. June 18, Flour £10 10 Maize, 5S to 5s 3d Bran, is Wheat 4s to 4s 5d Pollard, Is id Oats, 3s Od to 3s 2d Rye grass eyed, 6s t...

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NEW RUSH AT ARARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870

NEW 2l71I AIT ARARAT. A erw rukh hes :ak;n piece about a mile from iir:'.t, lr itr?atrifce f whi,.h pt.rtially r +l.indi un r?ftte gi d old id;ir; wheln remunl ratl ivc rmlo. melrl.t .;' !ufo; fir ti. nuimoeroue miners who throngel ri~, .r i l: s.. !'.,e e ntuat in of tire rush is F .l.ir Itr! lit jtthl end of the old Canton Litiad. nerr P i. ':, .ti era at the .eot of the Upier Wet I.::c. IL .r: ruti. t lth, otlh ui h bee:n worked :.t o. r?r.-r ..p .i to l h b en w. rke d otr I. l?,? .a: a ph:vi i copt is foul:d to be on a Yec b trm, it is not imptr +bable that the udjoinintg l e lsI., be l a?h sti ta ugh gelh.itelrtt?g ta:t, anti tat tih y Pei yet b found to be t'ufet aou:. A ft:, day.Fs g ie !,rty of Ctl i ?mon obtaineld a :1:c.pto ing :!-.1?, t. r:,; : e e a;,:l, of thir . hafe v La 40:t, S :t t. a.: t:. clti d 27: z of ol!, lhita Si. : ; c::tble rush taktlg plbco anid, r n ýiiti It Ijroue ti yrsterday, there could , e i, c, titer Ih be 200 s,iaurs on tile g;'Gund, , ,, thle s l...

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DONNYBROOK AND WALLAN WALLAN ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870

DONNYBROOK AND WALLAN WALLAN ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, June 28. Present t -The Orrairman, Mr Abbott, Mr II awk, Mr O'cnnor, Mr Smyth, Dr Wilson, Messrs Wilson, Waitt and Wright. t MINUTES, 'Tho minutes of the previous meeing were read and confirmed, CORRESPONDENCR. Corrrspondence as follows was then read and dealt with ; 1-From Town Clerk, Melbourne, respecting re. n servation of Parks and Lands. 2-From Roads and Bridges oflice, iin roply. c 3--From Lang and Go, encloPing circutIar. 4-From Shire Se:retary, Newetead, respecting the eu.j~ct of bnmmons fees, &c. r 5-From Clerk of the Bacchus Marsh Road Board. respecting a balance of £29 18' in pcseesrion i of Treasurer of C(onference Meeting of Rr.ad Boards held in Melbourne in 1866. 6-From Mr W H Budd, rc?s, o:irg transfer of I hlnd, &,'.. 7-From Evans Brothers, enclosing forms, &a I S-From K M'DoLald, respecting. a drain oppot sile his house. 1 9-From W B Gadd, in explanation! respecting C (Xmntriet 4. 1 10-From D....

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BROADFORD ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870

B1ROADFORD ROAD BOARD. Tue=day, July 5. Te C:-ess G dver (Chairmal), Frgucon, lYoou:. O.Coouor, Teeloh alnd Philbicik, Th minute of the prevous meeting were read ('rr Opordence cs. rottm criTr~ed.r , r s fo5 unts then read and 1-Fruon, orkofSeimour Road Board, appoint, ig Tutsd.S the 12thl uno to seotle boundary of the HtOO dit attse Clern of the Broadford Board lad t te itrre he had with the Oierk of the E'munr Board it r?a arranged to write to the nl u Gtit l 3,CtthtIrI { hu subjeuct a',d the Lheld be brought forward at their nt 2-Frm Jmte tone h 'i Eo Jaed ith hi , nsating his willingness to ductse t amount ontrao: and the Board might de ucltheamount )f his Oishonored cheque for doe nou bmadehim from amount of payments that S ate k inoormed the Board that he had i thequ for de o0na relative to the dishonor of at imeeting, mone on contraot accepted ona'sO moped and Mr Tulloh seconded that o`7 I e fro ep it;? Bh having dishonored Sto a fr 12 month and eprein hi S"uill ?reato :' ien...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, July 12. In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, The Speaker took the chair at half past 4 o'clock. In reply to questions by hon. members, it was elicited that, in the opinion of the Go vernment, the settlement under the new Land Act was very satisfactory, but that soon after the rising of the House the Minisi ter of Lands hoped to very materially sim' plitfy the regulations, that the "-laches" of the Bendigo Waterworks Company, es. pecially in connexion with the water supply to SLnlhurst, and their claiming 221 per cent of the gold obtained by persons mining on a portion of their reserve for leave to do so, were under the consideration of the At torney.General ; that the attention of the chief commissioner of police had been drawn to the constant violation on the part of the publicans of Melbourne of the law against Sunday trading, and that the Government were determined that the act should be rigorously enforcea. Mr Casey asked leave to bring in a bi...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, July 12, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870

LEGISLATIVE COUN OIL. Tuesday, July 12, 1870. In the Legislative Council on Tuesday, ifr P. Russell gave notice that when the Appropriation Bill came before the House he should move, in the event of its contain ing an item for voting money to Mr Grant, that tue proceedings in connexion with the bill should be postponed for the purpose of allowing it to be considered maturely. The report of the select committee of the House recommending that the term of office of a member should date from the day of his nomination providing there were no opposi. tion on that day, and from the day of polling if there Nere opposition, was agreed to. Mr Highett withdrew the bill referring to public parks and gardens, with the intern tion of bringing it forward next session. The second reading of the bill co extend the powers of the acting inspector general was postponed until the next day. The Boroughs Statute Ameadment Bill was passed through all the remaining stase. The Shires and Road Districts Amend...

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(To the Editor of the Free Press) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870

(uCu the 1Eitor of tlho Frc I'.:s)a S1R,- hbad the pleasuro of roalin~n i ar:icroi your ilsue rf :he 6.h instait, o,1 "Sd::-i ?R i):i in Kilmore." On the ,Lole tie aitteo wt!' F, good and qui e true, except in or. p',r. z tlhe me it i; that some o on conrted witi tiche caiii. (ui' :ti rsppings, which I do not belioye; in fiet, hioi ?:?: were bl"med for canein- the rmyecrio-s lrppi'.; Eay po:itively that they did not do ii. A?.i, - cannot rhink t.hft anyone ,ould be Fo fojU'b !?'1 ait up three nights inl sucae'ssionl knocki. g at b a' wood partition, either fo:- amuiemrnt orljve.-iriii; ;i l if for the latter, it throws everything in tiebhii' that our best novellis:a have wrioen on the su'j It seems t ue absurd to entertain suoha tho?a': for one moment. MAystrious sotids have N? heard, and strange obhjcts seen, in every piar oft known vorld, so that I am not murpriaei thit 0 same thing shoiud occur in Kilmore. Spirit' are trying to find out this phenomen-)i wbhih 9, puzzled mankind f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870

e (ADVT)-' Berkeley, September, 1869-Gentlemen, a I feel.it a duty I owe to you to expre;s my gratitude Ih for the great benefit I have derived by taking 'Nor t ton's Camomile Pills' I have applied to your agent, Mr Bell,. Berkeley, for the aboveinamed Pills, for wind in the stomach, from which I suffered excrnciatt ing pain for a length of time, having tried nearly 8 every remedy prescribed, but without deriving any )n benefi at all After taking two bottles of your valu al able pills I was quitr restored to my usual state of health Please give this publicity for the benefit of r, those who may thus be fllieted--I am, Sir, yours ir truly, HENRY ALLPAss-ro the proprietors of Nons oe TON's OLAMo rEa PILLS. as ADVERTISEMENTS. a i WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1870. tP By order of the Trustees of the late Mr Thomas Egan. IMPORFANT and PEREMPTORY SALE o' two Lururisnt FARMS and GRAZING PADDOCKS, Goulburn River, Murchison, Rains & Co. t [JAVE been favoured wibh instructions from the n Tru?t...

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TALLAROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870

TALLAIUOOK. (From a Correspondent.) I have been spending the last fortnight at this rising township. Within this last week five or six houses have been built in conse. quence of the railway works commencino and yesterday I had an illustration of th goodu ill, generosity, and readiness to obli,, which exists amongst the neighbors of this part of the country Nineteen horses which have nearly been starved to death in coaue. quence of the late heavy rains, being heml med in or, an island near the Goulburn, were attempted to be rescued by their owner, BMr Mi'Carthy, of the Deep Creek 1ie arrived at the river but found it impassable. low ever, a venturesome native named Davis, of Seymour, stripped and swam his horse across. He made several ineffectual attempts to get the starving horses to take the stream, but they would always break away when they got to the bank, and after being three or four hours in the water be was forced to return. Mr MI'Carthy then went for some assistance, and Mr ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870

DEATH. ON the 10th instant, at Fitzroy street Kilmore,   James Patrick, eldest son of Mr John Lyster, aged threo yeare.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870

ALEXANDRA:-Impounded at Alexandra bay horse, star and snip, near fore and off bind foot white, JR conjoined near shoulder, like JL off neck If not claimed, &c, to be sold on 3rd August: A ARMSTRONG, Poundkeeper KILMORE.-Impounded at Kilmore bay horse black points, H and like BB blotched under near shoulder bay horse, like JK conjoined near saddle, 2 over 2 near shoulder; B2 off neck I not claimed, &o., to be sold on 3rd Aug. 0 G ANDERSON, Poundkeeper LONGWOOD.-Impounded at Longwood brown horse, long tail, three feet white, J8 near shoulh HD (conjoined) der, HM conjoined off shoulder Fr 2 chenut horse, long tail, white face, like T in circle near shoulder brown cob horse, bold face, both hind fetlocks white, J.JP (she JP conjoined) of shoulder iron-grey horse,long tail, t (tails revered) near shoulder If not clairred, &o, to be sold on 3rd Aug. DON. MAO ~ONALD, Poundkeec r. brownu po,.y mare, li. Kli uLer riLd If not claimed, &o, to be sold on 3rd A . ...

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Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870

The Hon Michael O'Grady has been res turned without opposition for the r3presenl tation of Villiers and Heytesbury in the Legislative Assembly, a seat rendered vacaut by the retirement of the Hon MI A 'Mael donnell. Mr O'Grady is a gentleman who would bring no discredit upon any consti tuency for which he may be returned. " Perambulator" is in type bat is crowd ed out, as well as other matter. We notice that the Seymour Road Roard, at. last meeting, adopted a petition to' the Minister of Justice praying for the appoint? ment of Dr Theo. Heeley as a justice of the peace. Though we think it is not the pros vines of local bodies to interfere in those matters we cannot but endorse the opinion arrived at as we think Dr Heely is a most suitable person to occupy the position for which he is recommended. The Northwood estate at Seymour is to be soldlat no distant date. A. preliminary notice of the sale appears in another co?uin.l, The ordinary monthly meeting of the Board of Management of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870

*4 tIti~lltC 13TC., (i V 1,aline strce r 1 , rnglif,, fl b... tppo.ited event S . alarat, has been appointed agent a o-Th A&EN ýred 0ratuitusly in Lon, Si . o" oet., GODON and S :r - . rd hre s, rto s mt dnd P: 0UBLISIED ` EVER T!dHSU Y ?MIONINO T .1.n ?.Y ST SEET, KIL\?ORE. i. . la lr;-i in the Kiliore Free a f ir: 1 iiLNGJ s . AND SI:PENE PER ` i, i ;, ten er cent ,ill be mA?Cdeo fr or , .,- lliuo twenty ier S e n thirty-three per cent for j. l. per quarter in town, and '7 6d if poeted - L~ ?rterr for rhuription to the F'ee P;esjs a. Q e 3r d Lr J.n. ,t , is i e-: ; ll 1 c ".i r , n t. ' .. to'.l t r ed of he lcar urro..': INiler. an: h ,k r,1d r a t nntilre htV ULtli rncefic propnti r .at te to t period in the et : l re o ii r ea rn issuo up to two V ...e;d.; br"?" upo ll he !nllu;l a plipt the 'iut',: : till be c tv'.nued until countermanded Q .d.t i.:4 , anc t ii.?e accordin'ly. Notice I:,'. a i . t 't houhI beo giv ;n ia 1i - ':- af1 o dscontinue a.dvcrtiremente 1 , i ...

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SEYMOUR ROAD DISTRICT. Tuesday, July 5th. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870

SEYMOUR ROAD DISTRICT. Tuesday, July 5:h. Present:-Mr Morison (chairmen) Messrs Shelton, t Hickey, Murray, Perron, Callan, Ctombs, and the 0 new member for Seymour, Mr Guild. a The minutes of the previous ,?nting were read and r confirmed on the motion of Mr Hickey seconded by Mr Perron. n The correspondence sent since last meeting were I read, elso the correspondence received as fol:ows :- 1. Frcao Shire of Orewick, relative to assisted f imnmigration. Received 2. From Yea Road Board requesting this Board's v e,,-opeera:ion in having the road from Tallarook to I Kine Parrott Creek proclaimed a main road. The Clerk was instructed to write to the Roads and t Bridgls department requesting it to be done. a 3 From 4Shi-e of B nallh in answer to letter sent 13:h June, relat:ve to appointment of Tolls. The 'lerk was iustrucrd to reply stating that the Toll Managers qurrantoe wasin posesasion of the Tree. sure" of Victoria and for them to apply for it if they y think proper 4. From the rep...

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HORRIBLE MURDER AT HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 July 1870

HORRIBLE MURDER AT HOrUif .. (FrOI THE ARGUS.) One of the mist brut-l murderra hat hrve nrer ' perpetrated in the colony wcs eommni:;ed on" day evening, in Beil;e iret, olhanm, by af'i man named Patrick Smith, who bost his death in a moat cruel and barbarous eaner,. and bia wife were tolerably well knonfl in the rtl borhood wlhere they resided, as she was in the of going to the storekeepera and others in the borhood to dispose of fish which he. caught hji principally in the Saltwater River. It app"I`i Smith led a very intemperate lifeo, and weI i? constent habit of beating. her most cruellJy; was this the case that, although the attack OD which evidently caused her death on s.turdYfTe ing was heard by several of the neighbouris it not until Smith gave himself up at the sttioonLthf hours afterwards, that it was known that cr;t more than one of the frequent beatings bh place. tt! From the facts already known, it appeans neighbours heard Smith and his wife ? several times on Saturday. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 21 July 1870

"ADVERTISEMENTS, FOR SALE, SPLENDID TEA A; of SIX WORgfEl h iBULLOOKS, together wit's dray, jokeb 'i chainl, Apply to Patriok Bourke, Byland, , TO LET, ENAI UIOUSE, and 18 svns of LAND I Kilmore. Apply to TROt1AS JIEA. D solicitor, Sydnyv street Jane lth, 1870 ELEY'S AMMUlTIOOJ THE BOXER CARTRIDGES For Snider-Enfield of -577 bore, and for the Henry and Martin-Henry rifles of "4.50bore, dopted by Her Majsty', I War Department, also of 500 bore t for ,s'litarv Rifle S WATERPROOF CENTRAL. }I y FIRE M ETA LIC (ARTRID)GES fi with enlarged Base for smnll hores, i '' adopted by foreign governments for. ' converted Chaepl.t, B erdaa, Reo.- ington, and other rifles; also Cart ridges for Ballar&, the Spencer, and Americanoilngr Repeatirg R.fles The " ELE' BOXER" are tho oi?apersCa, ridges knowr, c?rrying t' eir o -n ig i'ion, s?d h?,i, made wholly of metal, are wateripoo! an?in Ip:ie. oale in any u!ieeato The above Car!ridco rasrs (omp'j) of all t,'iz,,'i or the different systrms of B...

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LANCEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 21 July 1870

LANCEFIELD. Wheat 4a Od to 5a Od oer bushel Flour L11 per thon Pollard la 6d to is 93 per bushel Bran is 3d do

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