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Monday, Aug. 8. (Before Mr Akehurst, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 August 1870

Monday, Aug. 8. (Before Mr Akehurst, P.M.) John Garvey, charged by Constable M'Quade with being drunk and disorderly, was fined 10s. Sa me v same for resisting police. Fined £3, or three weeks' imprisonment.

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(To the Editor of the Frce Press.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 August 1870

(To the Editor of the Free Press.) SIB,-I observe in last week's issue the report of a deputation which swited on the Minister of Roads and Bridges in reference to local matters, that gentle man is reported as having suggested that the various road boards should amalgamate and form a large Shi:e Now, it has just occurred to ma that the Minister might have been slightly inl?uenead in his opinion by the usual sagacious way in which the Chairman of the Wil!owmavin Road Board generallly puts things: If the surroun.ing Read Boards desire to amalgamate, letthemby all mears; but as a ratepayerof the Borough, I for one will protest sga?nst being swal lowed in the rpapacious belly of the Willowmavin Road Board. RATEPAYEB. August 9, 1870.

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THE FENIAN CONSPIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 August 1870

FIIE FENIAN CONSPIRACY, There is a strange vitality in Fenianism. Fur the last two months there have been whispers of scme secret movements; open rebellion is impossible, but the brotherhood are rush and reckless enough for any sudden act of violence. I mentioned the apprehen sion of two men charged with obtaining fire. arms for unlawful purposes; another man has since been captured who fired a revolt ver at a policeman, and is supposed to be a Fenian. Meanwhile, a wide spread organi sation has been discovered for the collection and distribution of offensive weapons.. A soup and soda merchant in Leeds was found to be receiving and sending away rifles, bayi note, revolvers, and cartridges, packed in what appeared to be flour barrels, herring tubs, and spirit casks. These arms were procured in Birmingham, and it was soon ascertained that cases had been forwar, ded from that town to various places, and their contents then repacked, and sent. in barrels to Ireland. For some time past fi...

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(Before Mr Akehurst, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 August 1870

(Before Mr Akehurst, P.M.) Edmund Murphy, charged by. Sergeant Deasy with wife desertion, was remanded to Gordon on application of police unless de. fendant could find one surety of £10, in which case it would be postponed to 19th instant to enable defendant write to his wife to cancel warrant;

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(To the Editor of Free Press) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 August 1870

(To the Editor of Free Press ) SIn,-I wish you to contradict the report in last week's " Free Press," of a deputation that waited on the Commissioner of loads and Bridges on Tuesday 2nd inst.; you state the Bylands and Glenburuie Road Board was represent d by its Chairman, I beg leave to state that Mr Alexander M'Kay was the representative, and not I. I wish to add that our representative had no authority from this Board to interfere in the applica tion for the erection by the Government of a bridge on the Kilhnore Creek, as it was outside our district. By inserting these few lines in your next issue, you will oblige. MICHAEL O'DWYER, Chairman.. Bylands, August 8th, 1870.

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BYLANDS AFD GLENBURNIE ROAD BOARD. Saturday, 6th August. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 August 1870

BYLANDS AFD GLENBURNIE ROAD BOARD. Saturday, 6th August. A special meeting of the above Board was held on Saturday last to consider report of the Public Works Committee relative to road metal. Present :--The Chairman, and Messrs Arkell, Bourke, Maloney, and M'Kay. The following report was brought up:-- "Report of Public Works Committee of Bylands and Glenburnie Rohd District. "Aiigust 2, 1870. " Commenced at To. 2 contract and found that the measurement" of the metal by engineer do not correspond with our mea surement. At!No. 3 we found it correspond with our. measurement with exception of one heap which was four feet inmore in width by the engineer's measurement' than ours. -Proceeded tdNo. 6 contract and found one heap of old metal taken away by Mr Cahill. Commenced to measure and found No 7 cor rect. rect. August 6. - "Commenced at Nos 5 and 4, and found that theengineer's measurement did not cor respond with our measurement, there being as much as ten feet difierence in some, an...

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ROME AND RITUALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 August 1870

Ro?tE AND RITUATIJSE3.-- Th followin, anecdote which we have upon the best au thornty, will give our readers some idea o' the extent to which the more advancec English Rituahsts have copied the ceremonie: and observances of the Church of Rome. A Roman Catholic bishop, whose diocese lie: within the limits of Australia, was not longo ago staying for a 'few weeks in London, Wishing to see the priests of the Italian Church in the city on matters of business, the bishop sent for his carriage, gave hii? orders to the coachman, and set out. An other Catholic prelate accompanied him. Both were strangers in London. The coachman, too, seemed to have very hary ideas of th:o topography ot that part of the city. After some time however he pulled up before the doors of a large church, which from its up pearance the bishop had every reason to sup pose to be the one they were in search of The two prelates entered, intending to pacs through the church to the sacristy To their surprise (for it was no...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 August 1870

MARRIAGE. SINDEN--ENGLEBY.-On the 4th of August, at the residence of the bride, Howard street, Ballarat. by the Rev S. Bracewell, the Rev. F. Sinden, Primitive Methodist Minister of Kilmore, to Jane   Ann, eldest daughter of Mr John Engleby, contractor, of Ballarat.

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EXECUTION OF PATRICK SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 August 1870

EXECUTION OF PATRICK SMITH. (From the Argus) The condemned criminal Patrick Smith, who murdered his wife in Iotham on Satur day, the 0th July, was hanged on Thursday uuorning at 10 o'clock in the Gaol. The ,.ecuti,n was conducted privately, accord ing to the usual custom, but shortly before the time there were about 25 personsi present, the number being composed of the officials of the gaol, several medical men, the represen tatives of the press, snd a few spectators who received permission to attend. The prisoner during the- whole time since his sentence..hd been very.; quiet and resigned, having apparently no hope of esc.ape from the death he had been condemned to under go. He had attended. closely, to the ex hortations of the Rev Mri Lorde,--lthe Roman Catholic chaplain, and also the prayers and devotional books which were read to him. Notwithstanding that he was very downeast, his apetite continued good, and he slept well at the proper times up to the very morning he was appoint...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 August 1870

',ESSS G oRDON & GOTOIT, or Collins stree ,( 1est, Melbourne, have been appointed agent r th 3Journal. Mr GOOC , Ballarat, has been appointed agent this journal, LONDON AGENCY. THE FR?? P?Ass may be read gratuitously in Lon. on, at Iti bef Roo'me of Meosre GoxDoio and 0icO, 121 tlolborn Hill, where advertisements and Subscripons for the imne are received. THE KILM01E FREE PRESS, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. yT E terms or adverthing in the Kilmore Free Press are as under : TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENOE PER INCH. A reducticn of ten per cent will be made for adertibetr.oltt clrdered i)r one month ; twenty per eat for two monthst; end thirty-three per cent for bree mot ths :-beyonI which time a spec al arrange cci t? i!l be made The lerms of subeeription to the Kilmore Ftee Press cpl. be 6. Rd per quarter in town, and 7e 6d if posted the cc untry, 'le Quartery for subseription to the Free Press will er.mmence on the 2Srd March, 23rd June, 23rd Septemb...

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SEYMOUR ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 August 1870

SEYMOUR ROAD. BOAMtB. Tuesday, August 2. Present :-Mr 'Morison (Chairman), and Messrs Guild, Shelton, Coombs, Darcy, CIl! lan, and the neir member, for Seymour,, Mr Perron. ._ ..Thl-inutea of .theprevious.meeting-were read and confirmed, on the motion of Mr Guild, seconded by.ýIr Shelton. ' The corresp6ndehce sent since last meeting was read; also the correspondence received, as follows: 1-From Registrar General, with statis tics of Shires and !Road: Districts. Re ceived. 2-From P. IIanna, enclosing letter from Post-Ollice Department relative to new office at Seymour. Received. 3 -From Roads and Bridges office relative to proclamation of road from Tallarook to King Parrot Creek. Received. 4-From Crown Law offices, acknowledg ing receipt of letter sent on the 8th ultimo. Received. 5-From same, stating that Court house would be allowed for board meetings only, but not as an office. It was agreed to re move office and all as soon as possible. 6-From Broadford Road Board, enclos. ing bi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 August 1870

ADVERTISEMENTS. BYLANDS & GLIENBU.tNIE ROAD DISTRICT. NoRTIIRsnN SUBLIvISION. ELECTION NOTICE. I HEREBY give notio. the the following member William Turner tliving been cu.) n munated iin ccordance wi h the A r, a. a ceaihdaete fo. the re. reetra ion of the N rhera ,Sudi.iion of ti.e a' v R d 1)t4ti ', A d tIe number Ii ! ae :.. t b . c in eot?ol uor te number r. qu\red I hbreby declare lth aed Wtlliswu T..ruer auly ekctcd a member of the abave Board. BEiNAI{D ?,1;: ANUS, R. tuning O?eler. Road B a d odfie, Bylaitue, 11ti~ Auguqe, 1870. BYLANDS & G LENBUINIE ROAD DISTRIC'. CENTRxL SuBDolVslOS. ELECTION NOTICE. I HEREBY give notice that the following member, Altx nder M'Kay it,,vin. being duly in.uina cia in oceordanec, with the .L:t as a candidate for the reprreintiti n of tue t;-ntral Subaiiseion of the above RBaI l)letrict, and t -, nutlber numinated no, ben g in d-xcte Lf the ti her required, I hereby deoela, the eaiI Al.zn . r 1iKay duly e acted a member of the e...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, Aug 5. (Before A P Akehurst, Esq, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 August 1870

KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, Aug 5. (Before A P Akehurst, Esq, P.M.) John M'COarthy v Daniel Reilly and others for assault. No appearance. Struck out. Same v Bernard Lamb for wilful injury to property, value 8&. No appearance. Struck out. Police per Henry Cathery v Jno. O'Neill for wilful trespass on premises and refusing to leave when warned by the owner. Defendant pleaded guilty, and was fined 10s. Patrick Ryan v Matthew Kelly, inter-4 pleader summons in County Court case Kelly v Shanahan. Mr Twigg for claimant. Mr Meade for judgment creditor. Verdict for execution creditor with costs, £4 i]s Gd. Angus M'Phee v Benjamin Groves, fo: £9 7s. Struk out. No appearance.

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WARDEN'S COURT, KILMORE. Tuesday, Aug. 9, 1870. (Before Mr Warden Akeburst.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 11 August 1870

WARDEN'S COURT, K1LMLORE. Tuesday, Aug. 9, 1830. (Before 31r Warden Ake!,urst) Ryan v Tobin,; for £48 15s,\ oneleighth portion of 104ozs of gold. A set-t.ff was put in of £163 Os 9d. Mr Meade for plaintiff Mr Twigg for defendant. From the evidence of plaintiff, Cornelius Ryan, of Sunday Creek, it appears that be held an eighth share of a claim atT Sunday Creek, of which defendant was manager and a large shareholder. During the year 1869 defendant worked the claim, and, on a verbal agreement entered intobetween both parties, defendant was to have all the responsibility and the total receipts of two crushings-one in July and the other in September. Plaint tiff now claimed his share of two crushings one in December, 1869, and the other in February or March, 1870. At the last crushing plaintiff, rather than come to law, offered to take £6 and a clear receipt for ex_ penses. For the defence the quantities of gold taken tromi the crushings were admitted, but in April, 1989, a verbal agree...

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A THIEVES' TEA PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

A. THIEVES' TEAL PARTY. The Manchester Examiner reports that Ned Wright, the Thieves' Missionary, hav ing been recently in Manchester, advantage was taken of his visit to convene a party of convicted thieves, after the model of the London thieves' suppers, which had recently excited some attention. The place selected for the meeting was the Charter street Ragged School, which, it will be admitted, was a centre well calculated to meet the con venience of the intended guests. About 250 tickets for admission were issued, which were distributed among persons known or supposed to be thieves, who were willing to take advantage of them, by Bible readers, ragged school teachers,' and similar agents. Several circumstances militated against the success of the meeting, of which the most prominent was the publicity which had un fortunately been given to it. Another was the occurrence of the Chester races, to which we are informed at least twenty of those who had accepted tickets had gone in pur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

BENALLA.-Impounded at Benalla strawberry bulloLk, off ear slit, piece out of near ear like HB conjoined or HK conj.:iued off rump and ribs strawberry bullock, off ear slit; niece out of near ear, like HB conjoined or HI conjoined near rump, ,. near ribs If not claimed, &o,'to be sold on 7th Sept. J WATTS, Poundkeeper BROAD3IEADOWS.-Impounded at Broad meadows: brown pony mare, MF conjoined near shoulder, white spot each saddle, unshod, If not claimed, &c., to be sold on 7th Sept, W. H, HILL, Poundkeepe'. IIEAHCOrfiE.-Impounded at Heathcote.' chesnut mare, snmall star, long tail, ON nearshoul der bay filly foal, star, hind feet white, no visible brand, progeny of above If not claimed &c,"to be sold on 7th Sept J HAMILTON Poundbeeper LANOEFII tD.-Imp onded at Lacefl?ld O, 8-h Augu, t. bay horse, arsall star, saddle marked, PH[ near ehoul der and neck browin colt, off bind fetlook whino, G near cheek, like 0- near shoulder On 9,h August. brown mare, star, grey ha...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKIET,. M r'C~Rw and Another report an follows for the week ending Wednesday :-We have to report a fur ther rise in the brerdsatffs market, best brands of flour, being in demand at L12 lOa and upwards Dispo??d of a small parcel secondary brand at.the sale to'day, realis?og L12 7. 6d. Wheat is in good request. Prime samples wculd realise close on 6u. Disposed of a few small lots obtriting'up to 5a 84 for medium quality. Ostis remain stationery, with a disposition cn the part of the trade to purolhase only for immediate re quirerentse. Cape Barley is worth shout 33 for ordinary , eam Fles. An exrra fine heavy grain would realise-2d or 3d more for maltih g and distilling purposes: Cl eese is not in plentiful supply; and, being in good request, anticipate slightly better rates shortly. Below we give details-result of actual sles:- L£ D 9ED Flour, ek dad Victorian 12 5 0 to 32 7 6 do, seconds 11 0 to do, all faults to Oatmeal, all faults TMaize 0 4 2 to 0 0 0 Wheat mi...

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RECOVERY OF TREASURE IN VIGO BAY: [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

RECOVERY OF TREASURE IN VIGO BAY: I (From the Pall, ·at Gazette.) The aittc ipt to'ecover tlihe Tiie re-sun in 1igo Bay ' nmore; than 150 years ago is tfoing Out successful. Afiter. 19 dav-' I'ro, rkds with large diving . bells, 15. gale wou?s av reported to hivu beeu. ftu'dnlying t a depthpf ,fe .up' lre, eet 't ,d on knocking a hole into the side of the. Almit rantet, sonie ingots, ,late, and valvable arms were fon'uiid' by thekdivers. iowsever, fu'i their researe es have been suspenddi for l'te mome.l .-until the .Cuso.r,-houi e aithh:r i .i shall h ;e conceded a safe place to depousit the tre: -ire. The Almiraute and her con sorts were sent to the bottom during the war of Spjºhýil succession, and have remained imrmers:'d in the port of a poverty'stricken. natio i duriug the ,h.,le time of the Beursbon occupation. Ilardly had Queen Isabella been driven from the throne than a Spanish banker long settled in:- Paris made overtures to the Government at Madrid, and on cont dition of h...

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DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, August 10, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

DALMAHOY ORAMPBELL AND c00'S REPORT. Melbourne, August 1), 1870. FAT OATTLrh.--upply mod!rate, viz, 808 head, prircipally middling quality, all of which met a ready sale at an advance of from 20- to 3SO per head. The only really good quality offered was a draft of Mr William Robert?,n'e farourite FF brand, which sold well, and topped the market by fully 20s per head, averaging L10 49 all round; the .top station bred pens being purchased by Mr James Dickson, St. Kilds, at L13 15s; and Mr William Davidson, Col lingwood, at S!3 7y 6d ; some very prime half bred Brahmin bullocks from the Hon W J T Glarke's paddocks made up to L11l. We quote prime beef at 25s ppr 1001bs; extra up to 27a 6d. We have sold -175 bullocks for ?'fr Win Robertson, Colae, at L10 45; station bro.s averaging L12 15s Id 1 19 for the Hon W J T Clarke, at from L6 17s 6d to L11; 5 for Mr E Crookc, at TL10 5+ to L12 15a. , FAT CAL'ES.-A moderate supply offered, which sold slightly better. We sold--24 for Mesare Simmons...

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SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

SANDDIIURST, MvTesars L. MACPUHFŽO? AND CO. rcpnrt.; T; o urse :npun ph of bwtu-,b hac'n anid chePR· f .rwird hr3 w e ei precluded 9tn1 prmkp? t v' 13" Rtdn vancý o!) lnt q·i·,)tsiinn. .!r eral:· !tre-Pri.+ted bolt: : to M p- .11 1.b, iOw hiffc qu1-:f Jim) i. for prime qut. :yi p6 ' ed, dull :;t Sd t+' to i e wes9. 7d to 91; h.:onit, S8i to 10; ;l}ama= 134i, trd, 81 ; pntis tort, £4; ccrrots, £3 10s per ton ; eggs, 131 to 141 per doz,

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