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

E.P0AsiIIULA'iU.R, 1 am nxio fli--truly anxious about the future of our borough (pt:liticaly speaking) us rumour hs it that our pres:lnt represCmi tativje. iac arvcly I ldncdl to again gve' us his i'ervices, atid as the services ofnucktanc aatute politician should be kept at all hazards, I would recommend the people take iminmediate action to induie6 " Lairry Bourke," as we f'tmi!hfrly term him-being one of ourselves -to, forego any hs:ty rc:oiution hlie may have arrived at, and to agaiif place at our disc posal his esteemed services. Action in this direction ,sh,,uld -he prompt and dc'isive, and there should be no putting off until the eleventh hour a matter of such great mto ment. lMany persons object to. my friend "L?arry" boeeause they don't see nousensical -peeches of his'appear ir the daily papers, but l may tell those gentlemen that a little action is better than a great deal of' t:lking, and perhaps- he could pitch a little if he -t'ied. He is a m:,n of deep thought, and aff...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEATHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

lEETirOOL'E Arcrdtiiic to t!hr Times, thb. 11 a: i ·1 pri ca ru .or con:. oin pro iuoc at lir: I C ,Ic Finur 112 to 112 !O~t psr tI i W!:ea! 4s (k! ;to 4. 9.1 pnr huahel Oats 3za CJ to 4aJ eIt Ca;, t krry 2, Gd 3. 91.J do l!jirr 7s do b!ro:ri zOil Jo J). tutoces £5 piti' ton F,: 13 to £4 d!o io:t L5'£6J" do Outter 'noudt fred") is 21 per lb Eggs id per dozcii

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXTRAORDINARY SCENE AT A MESMERIC SEANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

EXTRAORDINARY: SCENE AT MESMERIC SEANCE. (FRoM Ins BENDIGO ADVERTISER.) One incident not set down in-- the pro. gramme occurred at Madame Sibley's s;ance, at Hluntly on Thursday evening, which is worth recording. The subject was mesmer ism, and the fair lecturer was about to il lustrate her remarks as to the insensibility to pain on the part of one of theoyouths then mesmerised, by thrusting a long pin into his arm, when an independent elector advancing. to the stage,in order as was supposed to have a better view, took advantage of the oppor .unity to seize with his teeth the hand of the unfortunate subject of the proposed ope r:atiorn and bit him most savagely, Madame , ibley imimediately stepped off the stage into the body of the hall, and advancing to the sceptical elector, hit out direct from the shoulder, both right and left in a style worthy of a Sayers or a Heenan, "painting" both the optics of the offender in the mast scientific manner. Order was again restored after this ex...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LANCEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

LANOE1PTI .P. Whieat 4. 0ito 51 (13 per busehel Fiour ,11I per t;;n Foliurd le 64 to 1i 91 per buanel Bran Is 3 I do DEN A LTA Tua. , uer Th;nrsrln'. lonF 3r The 7?nsigtn r~p"2rte the ful!owinlg ya§ the prit~a mul. timE:- F!~R,10 to £10 10. Pur ton V l:," [, 34 p-r !uhc1 19iir, f Udt do ,rsen, is do Oat: 2e 61 to 3s

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DONNYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

DONNYB ROOK, E Moren n, Donnybrook flour mil!s quoted as lour, .£12 ; e p pr ton I.ban, t 4]t per bushel Pollard Is 01t per bushel KYNETtOEN, June 1 Flotir £10 100. Al tzae, 5sr 6o3d BýýL, 1J Wllrat 4. to 43 5d Pollrri, It Id O..t3, 3.0d to 3a 21 Rye greas e'ed, 6. to 7s do Potatoes, £3 5s per ton -n

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

PTA 1.{). f(, !OAD DISTRICT. l .isrv.R` Scj3Ur 1910N. 1 I!FTI P Y eite noti;l. th,' Tinurenee'1-nklj t""i lr v ll r ly e "di '9 nonminntud fo. th0 r(flic of I;· ·;~ ',.:I'. ~rrVt.~ A';'u'.1 .*p~jrclVm 1I ~ ~ i1!iteti~ri'irig Officer. P YA t)hON lWA~D DISrRIO'V. TENDERnS. I:fi") o R will be rrcoivnrl btho Bonri of thto i v 'ýV' eke nine Olerr'e ',r,,,n · ".I s oclso I ^'hr :n"I fln r'nF B :urlr n duly +&c;; 1. rpiw' CTI ,p "Cifioeio nc to be Leen sta t Ge ovfe of By order, J.PB · Kr. Clerk. R4~,d Bo~ard U~l~ '"11 rit n L, l l r-I Auruset, 1870. 1'iL4LO `wGh R OAD DITRICT. TENDERS. TE ND t will be rceivnol unbil TuhelaB y nrot, ,1 23 In i't eIIt fu rMt uixe to O' ion ' Bs Culveit dy7 l'rn h! , r': ;·I~i I ' : ! £., r L e of th- floarrr. 1ii n: . ; anci cit e cino to e ten teily :ai J. , TP B OR,: Clerk. Road B'a rdl off

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

?t-aiv d5ED tIUaSD.aDVF &T-haIinc ,i '`?T r DAY, AUG UST 19, 1870. I r last issue appeared a repart of a pub. i. aeting at Yea ill connection with road •?ter3a and we, at this distance, and looking at t-c iulject in a clear point of view, with out any self interest to warp or influenceour Goiri o(Iu, cannot but readily endorse the :c. ujition arrived at. The ablsurdity of proct:,i:i!iig a main road from Alexandra to l,,nIwotMd, at which j,oint it is intended the I ralmt from the former place should catch thL N iIrl h-Eastern linme of railway cannot lie toi? s rti_,lyi condemned, and oan only be s.iipporit;I hy those who argue that to arrive thoe :iore :!eedily at a given print, the ,ost i'ir nit:,uns ri?t woulr h~bve to ie ta?krn. Our i:s tt! ,n is nat to try and convilc'e the law tab o ';?it to go around lit. least 19 iimiles to trv 'cl ,:t 'o:hlt C;d e;ily he compassed by t r.u;, o!'5 m ib, s, of Ihe errionlus notions tI;v :tiii tarin upon a sul ject of vital im ;:; ei'ci ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

'O CORRESPONDENTS. T7o r:s;rc tnu znscrunm of communications it is d.,ro!/lelh neeorsarz !Ial li?e/ should hi couched in n:Podfte t?ltangnuage, and written ii the form of e dil ?con,,r)nicatlon3 intended for insertion .must be a;,l.enlicatIed by the nname and address of the swriter ;:..t ;ece.ss.rily for publication but as a guarntcee of ooi firth, ' ! ."-We mnet he enpplied with your Dame in full before ' A Dirge" eon be icaorted.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

COMNT.ERC1AT, INrELLIGENCE KILMORE George Ilud.on q!iatee Oate, Cdoloninl, 38 to 3j 31 per busbal ?.rsn. le per hnbhe1 Pn]lard, I4.41 per bushel Hay, row. L3 5s to L3 1Oe per ton Chaff, ti per cwt Ptotorn, 33 to 3s Cd per cwst Jollu J Reilly qlote: OatE Sty 31 t o 3: 6 C per bush B i 3 2-1 do, Pola!sd Ic 4 1 do Hiay L 10a per ton ('haff 4a per ewt Putatoee 13 6a to L3 15s per ton

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE "LEFT GLOVE." [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

miof correspa t Of The Times relatesan LBttof a and cmmonplaice; . h ao 01 Reade, ~P.Istl Chr~outdoea m~sta n ou'or ensational' deanias `c e daeym He cipe:=- the ~5 dare 2th, Vienna Mfounod0Af the guards in Dgr 5bol ,m a piyna mong ! on and covered with blood. On raising him it was found that he was shot through the neck, and that one of his jawbones was shattered. Four letters were discovered in his. pockets. One of these was addressed to the authorities, another to his parents, a third to his lsay-love, and a fourth to his colleagu?s'in the opera house. The youth was the son of a:dancing master, and himsdlf employed as one of he dancers 'i the o.rpa de ballet of the opera house. In the letter addressed to the author ites, he anncurctd that he was the victim of an American duel. It appeared that he made the ao quaintance of a lieutenant, who was a Maltese Knightof St John; that they had quarrelled, and that the lieutenant had challenged him to fight with pistols, which he had oacce...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

A ROM lNOK IN lJEAL LIF. Several years eago a young lady in Tezevell Oount0 was wooed by a Udung man., ie olteinad lit.ofl' sent and the oonscnt of the old folks, -but three deft before the wedding she went off and nimarried scodl man. The young man was behat broken, and pecked up his goods and went td Now York ty. There hid his grief, burie himself bin. fbsiness, and engspe in apeoulatton and .became wealthy. A younger sister of the girl that had jilted him, moved by 'm pathy, commeinced a correspondence with himw, toe1 deavour to mitigae liie sorrow, The correepodenol became iiteresting. The young girl grew up, a years rolled on rtpened into al grethdeat 1''° e lht of the photo isp h awakened in thoeed' man's bosom thave.t that le.had suppo9ei 'c for ever, and la proposed t6,hira d '*,ii t geLY Her father was e dPirderr, and was asi'a o g married himself as soon as his daughter was out the way, so h urged the match forward. Toees of the lover new admtted o a brilliant o bediig, bd...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEATH OF MR CHARLES DICKENS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

DEATH OF MIR OHARIES DICKENS; We feel quie aure that a thrill of deep and aincera We feel quite rprime will be felt by our readers rneow aW .a.ro e 5 udden death of Mr Charles n they hear oth en they. Un Wednesday evening 8th June, he. was PiCenl .ith a ?it bi reaidence, Gaa's.hill-place, nei ead withr Rochester, between sir and a.ven o'ci.?, while at dinner:' Mr Stephen Steele, a ,o'clo t S trood, was sent for, nad promptly arrived. lur:eund 3!r Dickeos in a very dangerous etate, and II ed with him for some hours. A physicien was snmained from Lindou the next morning and Mr Soeln Ws al1o in attenddace. Unfortunately there ta1 imnpfrovement in the patient. In the afternoon wt A agai?? agnan summoned front Strood. The tr tehe d?tier par of the day were discuraging ?d shortly after s 'clk on the evening of 9th June the gre"t drlist erpired. F oJun e kirnt it w. knuwa Mr Dickens had left Sciho directio" with rferenco to the perfect eim S'liecry with which he drairel hi funeral to be co...

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Saturday, August 13. (Before Mr Akeburst, P.M) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

Saturday, August 18. (Before Mr Akehurst, P.M.) William Place, charged by Constable Savage with being drunk and disorderly pleaded guilty, and was filed 20s, or 48 hours' iniprisonment.

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THE GREEK MASSACRE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

THE GREEK MASSACRE. The trial of the brigands iinplicated in the late massacre at Oropos was held on 21st Ma3, and after ;fourteen hours' duration, resulted in a sentence-of death against all the prisoners, seven ininumber.: The-Levant Tiimes states that Mrs Lloyd's pension from the Greek Government is to be £400 a-year. The history of the Marathon massacre may be now said to be complete. Certainly no more evidence can affect the general ease as it stands against the Greek Government. What was' wanting to bring the charge home to the Greek Ministry is supplied by :the letters of Mr Frank-Noel,. published is the hast.batch of the correspondence. 'For the sake of convenience it may be- necessary. to. state what the charge is which from the first the -Greek Government has lain under. It maybe divided into two heads-the one affecting the general policy ofthe Governs ment in regard to brigandage, and the other its particular conduct during the ten days after the capture of the travellers...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wednesday, Aug. 17. (Before John Fynn, Mayor.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

1; Wednesday, Aug 17. S; (Before Johin T ,ynne]ji y.or, : :mes':: Galveyi: cbarged: by, Constable 'M'Quadeo with using obseeie. :language in a publi;d la ?oi;la tli' i ti poliee Ef exeeiotiion oddu it , was fiued Ols 9n eaolt chaige,' .wth 2s G i costs. , .A& fat lady of Albany says:--" Iam so fat thst].: pray.-for. a, disappointment to make me thin. No Sooner does the di?qppointment come, than the' more expectation of. aqing th'nner.: gieas me . uch joy thet. I becomeo faEterthan ever".

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

TO CORRESPONDENTS. To ensure IA.e ,sermzn of communiicationi s it ab'olutely necessary that they should bl couched in moderate language, and written in the Jorm of le ters. ill ,rommunications intended for insertion must be authenticated by the name and address of the writer nut necessarily for publicatisn but as a. gua'nteee qj good faith. (To.the Editor of Free Press.)' Srm,-Where are'our men of dramatic turn of mind ? Why is there not a dramatic society in Kilmore? Years ago there was our Histrionic, and later still our Dramatic Society. Have our young men lost their energies?-are they ashamed any longer to "strut their little hour upon the stage ?" Now, that the "working on the railway" is an established fact, and the Popular Read ings are a public failure, the formation of a Dramatic Society would not be ouc of place. A performance got up for the benefit of the Hospital would take well, and, I feel assured, draw a good house. There are those amongst us I know who are opposed fr...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tuesday, August 16. (Before Mr Akeburst, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

Tuesday', AuAgusat 10, (Before Mr Akehursti, P.M.) John Crane v 'ames Davernfor .£2 16 3d. Mr ifeade for complainant. Dismisaed without Lprejudice. Thomas Wadev Michael ThomasM'Culla, for using indecent language in a public place. Fined 40s and £2 '3,s 6d costs, one week allowed for payment: Michael Joseph 1M'Oulla v James Thomas Wade,, for wilfu. injury- to rope? i, value 204., Tined 1s with 20a damages and, l14s costs, week ullowed to pay. ,

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Monday, Aug 15. (Before A P Akehurst, esq, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

Monday, Aug. 15. (Before A P Akehurst, Esq, P.M.) Joseph Brown and Richard Cantwell were both charged by Constable Savage with being drunk and disorderly. The first named was discharged, and the latter was fined 20s, or 24 hours' imprisonment. John Kelly, on a charge of lunacy, was cnmmitted to gaol, to be forwarded to the asylum. Benjamin Groves was charged by Sergeant Deasy with having committed wilful ,and corrupt perjury, and reu.anded to 19th Inst., bail-being allowed-in two sureties, of £100, and prisoner in £200.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LATEST FRENCH THIEVING "DODGE." [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

THn LATEST FRENCII TIIEVING " DODGE." -French thieves seem possessed of a fertile invention. The other day, says a French paper, a lady went into a haberdasher's shop, Rae Richlieu, and bought a pearl grey silk dress. The shopman had noticed a toblerably well dressed man standing at the door after the arrival of the lady. and seeming to watch all her movements. Stepping up to the cashier's desk, the lady drew a 200 franc note from her purse. At that moment the man outside rushed into the shop, gave the lady a box on the ear, and tore the note out of her hands. "I had forbidden you to buy that dress," cried he, " but I watched you, and you shall not have it." With these words he hastened away, the lady fainted, and the persons employed in the shop, supposing the intruder to be an offended husband, made no remark and let him go. When the lady rei covered, the proprietor of the establishment expressed his regret at this violent scene, and pitied her for being dependent on so brutal a h...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DONNYBROOK AND WALLAN WALLAN ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

DONNYBROOK AND WVALLAN WAL LAN ROAD BOARD. Present :-The Chairman, and Messrs Abbott, Hawke, O'Connor, Sumyth, Wilson, VWaitt, Wright, and Wdson. The Chairman explained that he had cons veuned a special meeting for the purpose of a ppointing Returning Officers, and suggested that by suspending byeldaw No 1, ordinary nmonthly business could he transacted. This having been done, the minutes of the pre ;gous meeting been were read and coni firmed. CORRESPONDENCE, 1 From the Clerk of the Springfield Road B:oard respecting boundary road. 2 From M Fitzpatrick Toll Manager re specting lessees of Toll gates. 3 From George Robinson Toll lessee in reply. 1 From MI Fitzpatrick Toll Manager re s;ecting Toll gates. 5 From Clerk to the Woodstock Road IBoard, respecting proposed deviation of a road. 6 From R Warner's agent, Melbourne, in reply. 7 From Shire Council, Ballan, respecting Dog Act. S From Evans Brothers, enclosing ac count. 9 From Roads and Bridges Office, respect. in.g provisional ord...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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