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A NEW SEPARATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 4 August 1870
A INEW SEPARAkTOR. A number of gentlemen interested in mini ing afflairs met on Friday at Messrs Wright and Edward's Atlas works, Little Bourke street west, to witness the trial of a new machine, patented by Mr Thomas Carpen: ter, C. E., for separating ores, minerals, and metals. The machine, which is called the "Self acting and Continuous Separator of Ores, Minerals, and Metals," was manuface tured by Messrs Humble and C?., of Geel long. It is made of iron, the bottom or hutch beig semi eliptical in form, and is 6ft long by 4ft Sin wide, and the same in depth. The hutch is divided into two parts trans versely, so as to form two distinct compart ments, and longtitudinally into parallel parts. In one of these are placed recesses, the other pistons working loosely. The boti toms of the recesses are made of iron, finely perforated, on which, when a trial is made, a bed of mineral havirg the same specific gravity as that to be saved is placed. The thaming, which forms a part of the mach...
DONYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 4 August 1870
DONNYBROOK. E Moreman, Donnybrook flour mills quotes a folllows: Flour, £12 lCs per ton Bran, is 4d per bushel Pollard is 6d per bushel KYNETON. June 1 Flour £10 10s Maize, 5s to 5s 3d Bran, 1s Wheat 4s to 4s 5d Pollard,Is ld Oats, Si Od to 8s 24 Rye grass seed, 6s to 7s do Potatoes, £3 5s per ton -o
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 4 August 1870
E3S313 DGORDON & GOTCH, or Collins stree SlO esat, Melbourne, have been appointed agent Sthis Journal, ,r 0000g, Ballarat, has been appointed agent thi jo frnal. LONDON A.IENCOY. IRE Fan Pnrss may be read gratuitously in Lon on,it the News Rooms of Mesrs GoRBON and alcsH 121 lolborn Hill, where advertisements and .utcri.on" for the same are received. TEg IILMORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. ill term or iverthiing in the Kilmore Free frea are as ueddr : uTWO S?ILLINGS AND DIXPENCE PER INOfI. I redction of ten ner cent will be made for lirrdtirHents orccreO fir ie mlonnh ; twronty per e: t r itwo mnrite ani thirry-tln e per cent for Oe nn,,t.: :-b-3o'!U which tim, a epalel arrange .r t !1 be Ja e. Th, ,?n of:u! ,i t. i,.n to trhe Kilmore Free Press hP te C: 6J per q :art.'r ill tra12, sand 7a 6 i it posted the .nitry, the Quarters for ;ibeatij;tinm to the Free Press :!lcoUu rienJc nn th,, 23rd March, 231 r June, 23rd t~iteihrr, and 23...
Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 4 August 1870
We have to hand the last number of "The Australian Medical Gazette." It contains a mass of matter interesting to the medical profe,dion and otherm. Messrs P. P. Bresnan and J. B. ley being the only candidates nominated for the offices of auditors to the Borough of Kilnore, these gentlemen wil. be declared duly elected in the usual form. The seats in the KIilmore Borough Coun cil are this year going a.begging, so small is the number of our townsmen who seek the honor attached to the position of local re presentatives. For the three seats rendered vacant by the retirement of Messrs Bossence, Maloney, and O'Connor, there have been only two candidates nominated-the two last named gentlemen-Mr Bossence declin ing the invitation of a walk over. Of course Messrs Maloney and O'Cornnor will in fulness of time be declared elected, whilst fresh notice will have to issue to fill the re maining seat; At an election held on Friday last, to fill an extraordinary vacancy in the Seymour subdivision ...
Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 4 August 1870
PUBLISHED T?IURSDAY MORaNIQ. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1S70. i tihe apathy that exists in reference to elections can be taken as a sign of the pro gcress of our local.governing institutions, ti.rn indeed do the bodies in our neighbour ho,,d stand forth pre-eminent. We have t ot yet heard of any opposition worth ment ,i,,,;,ng to the return of retiring candidates, ;,,:d in many cases some of those who are reL.i ing by rotation are reluctantly induced ts t..ke the necessary steps to regain their p:hoition for another period. As yet we have :no returns in of an overplus of aspirants for the office of members of any cf oar district rad boards, and indeed we believe there are .5?one cases in which a sufficiency of can dildates cannot be obtained. Does this sort , thing denote that the main body of rates f::,yers in the several districts are perfectly St'isfied with the manner in which their ::.i'irs have been managed hitherto, or is it tb.,t they despair of being able to effect a r:!ohrm by an...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 4 August 1870
COMMERCIAL INT:ELLIQ ENCE KILMORE. George Hudson quotes: OatP, Colonial, 3s to as 3d per bushel Bran, is per bushel Pollard, is 4d per bushel Hay, new L3 5s to L3 105 per ton Chaff, 4e per cwt Potatooe, 33 to 33 6d per owt John J Reilly quotes : Oats 3a 3d to 3s 6d per bush Bran is 2d do Pollard is 4d do Hay I3 10s per toa Chaff 4s per cst Potatoes L3 5S to L3 15s per ton
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 4 August 1870
ELPHINSTONE.-Impounded at Elphinstone bay colt, yearling, star, hind feet white no visible brand bleck mare, star, hind feet white, like IEK conjoined near aboulder brown mare, black pints, large H near shbod der If not claimed, &o, to be sold on 24th Aug. L CO'lATS9, Poundkeeper HEATHCOE.--Impounded at Heathcote. dark bay or brown horse, hind bes? whita, p near shoulder, WHR conjoined off shoulder, shod If not claimea &c, to b3 cold on; 24th Aug J HAMILTON Poundkeeper KALKALLO.-Impounded at Kalkallo roan saddle cr light harness mare black saddle mare cheenut saddle mare All three M near shoulder; bay saddle mare, HO or HD near shoulder grey saddle mare, T near shoulder bay saddle or light harness colt, illegible brand (shows like M) rear shoulder, star If not claimed, &c, to be sold on 24th August W B GADD, Poundkeeper WV Y L IE AND M 'B U R N EY HAYING COMMENCED BUSINESS AS GE NERAL GROCERS, Wine and Spirit Merchants In the Commo:ous PrEmiaes recently bu It...
BYLANDS AFD GLENBURNIE ROAD BOARD. Monday, 1st August. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 4 August 1870
BYLANDS AFD OTENOTURNIE ROAD BOARD. Mllonday, 1st August. Tre'ent:.The fChirmen (olr O'Dwyer), Messrs Th&e B urk ; Cailtl, Sorraghan, and M'Kay. coTntrm e of previous meeting were read and .Cor r!pondeen as follows was read and con 1 From the Town Clerk of Kilmore ouggesting tio wapit ofnt 0. a reprisentative from this Boerd to wct upon the Minister of Ruilwaya relative to 'eruring aid for the construction of a road to the bi oy. On the motion of the chairman seconded hi r Arkell, Mr M'Tay w appointed to aecom pany the deputation. 2 From lenella Shire requesting co-cperation of Board in obteining amendment of Dog Act. Ordered to 1le on the tabl u SFrom Thomas do 0 Meade informing the Board thatto enable him sue defaulting ratepayers, lhe ebo.ld be pu t possession of certain books and their oE ... requesting the Board to instruct ti Lthe Chao ;e and over enme, On the motion of vithd.arman, etonded by Mr Arkell was complied t 4 From Owen Lynch, resig ning his position as moved...
KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, August 1st, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 4 August 1870
gILIlORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, August lst, 1870. .aent. Ors Segden (in the chair), Dowling; gmntO'Connor, Reilly; BoIence, MIaloney, li 0an of the previous meeting having been 3 rad onfirmed, correopondence s follows weas dpaIed ofi : Fitzpatrick, Common Toll Manager, t-Fb t he applied for a month's rent for gin eng t hg oo , obut did not receive it, and that he Sdeduted the amount from the Donnybrook hd share of the montoly distribution. Received. .-Tho Common Toll Manager's statement. Re ooired. 3-Circular from the Central Board of Health. 4.-Fromr Bryan Morrissy and Thomas Hookey, ,lin, for slaughtering licencte. Ordered to be FFrom Thomas Crane, stating that he was in formed that he had not bern paid in full for break ir ltones by the contractor for supplyirg metal in pslett itret, wlo took adv;rntoge of his ignoraneo , made him Ra0c1, lis mark to thl rrceipt, and "tie if the Cnroiril co:l_ do arrthting for him. The Ten Clerk w~o i.at:urCud to rclply, and .tate tl e ' I Conre...
A SINGULAR LOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 4 August 1870
A SINGULAR LOVER. The Paris correspondent of the Daily News writees -Those inexhaustible mines of romance, the legal journals, in which fresh and rich veins are daily discovered, contain some extraordinary details of the action now in course of argument by M Teulat, a tutor, against Prince Raymond de Broglie. The affair was dimly noticed a few years ago by the papers, but in those days of commntnigues and the ministration of the ' black man,' it was very speedily removed from public comment. Now the whole story comes out. The plaintiffio a young man, not now more than twenty nine years of age. He is an acesmplished scholar. and some years ago, on the recommendation of the Marquis de Dempierre, he was received into the family of Prince Augustus de Broglie, as tator to his three boys,. He was very much liked by the whole family, and the parents gratefully attributed to his zealous and enlightened tuition the prizes and good marks which the eldest ton got at a college examina tion. But...
KILMORE POLICE COURT. Tuesday, August 2. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 4 August 1870
KIILMOR& POLICfl COUIRT. Tueadag, August 2; (Before AP Akehurst,.Esq, P.M.) Angus M'Phee v Benjamin Groves for £9.7s. 'Mr. Twigg for complainant,. Ad journed to the 5th at request, of attorney, defendant not appearing.. John Meddlicott v James 1eardo £4 15s, use and occupation of r Order for amount and £1 13s Gd costs" Donald M'Donald v George Rocke for £715s. Mr Twigg for complainant. Ad journed to 9th instant, defendant notapp, ing. John Harwood was charged by onstaba Savage with beingdrunk and disorderly, fined 20s or three days' imprwonment, Arthur Stillman was cbarged by Sernt Deasy with leaving his wife, Emily Stilirn without means of support. Adjourned four weeks at request of Sergeant Deasn William Nolan, charged with lar' elected to be summarily dealt with, a was sent to gaol for six months with hg labor.
PERAMBULATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 4 August 1870
PERAMBULATOR, -2-d-- I assure you, sir, that during the week or two my life has been not one d better than that of an itinerant tai What with the roads, the puddle, rough metal, and terribly bid boots, IL not been able to make my usual rocdt,e[ an3 information which I picked up hayl gleaned with considerable difficulty. l tioning boots-perhaps some kindb? bootmaker would take the hint andph pair at my door some day (I take 8s). by way of parenthesis, but if such a is pursued there is no knowing what,i outburst of the purest gratitude,I C induced to say of a generous donor. . nice it would be to walk into a ceatinl one or other or the local parliamenta? new pair of" understanders." And, di know, I am seriously contemplating I ing a member of our Borough Ouo some neighboring road board. Of 1 it does not matter about the quali. and if I take my seat illegally anyoa liberty to nssail me as they please, b, is o'me place they cannot touch mei liocsket. When a man has no it is the sweetest...
OPINION IN CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 4 August 1870
OPINION IN CANADA. (From the London Spectator;). The following pa.sages from a, letter just received by y1r -Tenysson from a Canadian of some literary mark, will, we think, interest our readers. They describe very clearly the suspicion and hatred which are gradually f growing up under Lord Grranville's colonial policy: "The recent speeches of certain English statesmen and the tone of an influential por tion of the press favoring the idea of an eventual, if not an early, separation of the North American provinces from the empire, wring the hearts of Canadians with a feeling that you can form no conception of in Eng land. At present, that feeling is all one of regret, mitigated by a wilful disbelief in the possibility of England's dotage and decrepi tude to that extent that her people vould, without reason or necessity, break up the immense empire which it has been her aim and policy for centuries to acquire. Ete long that feeling of regret now prevailing in Ca nada at this policy, wh...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 4 August 1870
TO CORRESPONDENTS, To ensure the snserin of communication, ii abolTtely necessary that they should be c?wo i moderate language, and wvritten in theforn?of ters. d11 commounications intended for in?ertion nn authenticated by the name and address of t nct necessarily for publication but a aa of good faith.
"RAILWAY COFFEE AND CHOPS." [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 4 August 1870
' RAILWA[ COFFEE AND CHOPS." At the Sandhurst Court on Thiur.dav (be fore his Honor Judge Barry), an action for libel was tried, Stembel! (lessee of the re freshment :oorns on the Melbourne and Sandhurst Railway) v Robinson (tne pro prietor of the Ml'Ivor Times, Heathcote), to recover £500 damages, alleged to have been sustained through ' the publication of an article, headed "Railway Coffee and Chops," in defendant's newspaper. Mr Martley, with Mr Casay; iustructedi by '1r Wrixon, appeared for plaintiff; and Mr Aspinall, with 31r Smyth, instructed ,.Iy Mr Brown, for defendant; who put in a plea of not guilty.' " Mr Martley, in opening the case, said that public writers had a right to criticise the manner ii which 'the owner of a hotel con dicted his business, but It must be just and air criticism, and free from malicei But the article complained ot in the M'Ivor Times was something different The learnadcouni eel read the article, the following being an epitome, with the chief point...
CALL ME PET NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 4 August 1870
CALL ME PET E8AME9. bl Lovn, call me pet names; I am weary- be Am weary of strugele and pailr ? Speak soft;: and low-let me fancy I live in th, old time again. In the shock of life's deadliest battle, My weekni si the world rarely blhmes; But to night, love (perlhaps it is simplh), di I sigh for the olden pet names. Then, just for tonight, let me fancy The hands that are clasping my oen Are the ones Ihthlre lying crossed idly In the churchyard under the store. Kiis my closed lids with gentle caressing, rc As pure as the breath of a prayer; b With a tcuch half in chiding, ball blessing, c Smooth out the damp braids of my hair. And call me your pet and your ?'arling, As we sit in the fast fiding hght; b Care will come witk the morrow-let me be A child again just for to-night I Then call me pet names. I am weary, My eyrlids are heavy with tears, As I woo the olden love tokens Through the mists of toe vanishing years. A fatal mining accident occurred at Milkman's flat, between Beechwort...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 4 August 1870
ADVERTISEMENTS. A SALE OF OROWN LANDS PUBLIO AUCTION WTTIL.be held at 11 o'clock of Tueeday, 9t1 V ' Au?u.t, 1870, at the Courtiuome, Sd)mou . The following lot? will be offcred : Towx LuTs. B ROAD iQORD. County of Dfalhoueie, pariah of B oa'fordl, in the township of Broadford. U,-et price L6 per acre Allotments 5 to 7, 9: to 20, sec 4; 2 to 4, 6, 8, 10 to 12. 14 to 20, see 5; 1, 2, 11 to 20, sea 20; 2 to 8, 11 to 13, 17, see 32; 12 to 16, see 36; 14, 1i, 19, 20, peo 37; 1 to 5, 13 to I9, aee 38; ir each DABYMINGA. County of Delhousie, pariah of Dabyminpa, on the road from Melbourne to Seymour and the Daby' minga Creek. Upset price L12 per aere Allotments 1, 2, 4 to 9, sec 5; le 5p to 3: 1S,. COUNITRY LOTS. COUNITY OF ANGLESEY, Parish of Murindindi, east of the Mudly Cre.k, about two ail, e and a half southeast of the torwn ship of Yes. Upset price L1 ner acre. Allltmen a 24, 28, 47, 36t, and 791 2r 7p, rtplectivrly. Plans and information can be obtai,,ned at thei Crown La,.d 01d:ii...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 August 1870
(ADVT)--' Berkeley, September, 1869-Gentlemen, I feel it a duty I owe to you to express my gratitude for the great benfit I have derived by taking ' Nor ton's Camomile Pills' I have applied to your agent, bMr Bell, Berkeley, for the abaveiramed Pills, for wind in the stomach, from which I suffered exeruciste ing pain for a lenath of time, having tried nearly every remedy prescribed, but without deriving any benefit at all After taking two bottles of your valu able pills I was quite restored to my usual state of health Please give this publioily for the benefit of those who may thus be afflicted-I am, Sir, yours truly, HzNuT ALLPAss-To the proprietors of NOR; TON'S CAMOneILm PILLS. LANOEFIELD.-Impcunded at Lancefleld grey mare, blind near eye, P near shoulder bay pony horse, p!eoe of hobble off fore leg, JI off 67 houlder If not claimed, &o, to be sold on 81st Aug A MADIGAN, Poundkeeper OOBURG.-Impounded at Coburg July 21. red yearling heifer, white spots, star no visible bra...