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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, Aug. 12. (Before A P Akeburst, Esq, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

KILMORE POLICE COUlRT. Friday, Aug 12. (Before APA kehurst, Esq, P.M.) ThomaR Ghent, charged by Sergeant Ireasy with cutting live imnher or. Crown lands without being licensed, wA.is fitd £2 and 2s Gd costs, a week allowed for pay ment. Superintendent of Police v Mayor, Courn cillors aud Burgesses of' !ilmore.-Appllica tion for £1 5s, expen'es for conveyance of lunatic to asylum. Tlm! Town Clerk :pptearedi for the Council. Order for the amount ciaimed'

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

E ggR S GOBDON & OOTCU, o0 Collins stree west, Melbourne, have been appointed agent rthis Journal. mr 005,O Ballarat, has been appointed agent this jorsLl LONDON AGENCY. TBE ?st PBESB msay be read gratuitously in Lon i at the Newa Booms of Messrs GORDON and ocra, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and. sb5criP one for the ssme are received. ,......- Tf gKILIORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, XILMORE. fQE terms or advertising in the Kilmore Free frest are as under: TWO SEILLINGS AND SIXPENCE PER INOH. A reduction of ten per cent will be made for sdvertilemoents ordered i)r one month ; twenty per (t for twormonths; and thirty-three per cent for brie months :-beyond which time a special arrange e, ttill be made. Tie terms of subscription to the Kilmore Free Press will be 6e 6id per quarter in town, and 7e 6d if posted the country. cw-----* The Quarters for suhesription to the Free Press till commence on the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd 8lptemb...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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A NEW "STREAM MAN" [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

A NEW!' ST?ar MAN "-There is now on exhtis ion in Navy York:,"eteam man" which actually walk--not merely performs with the legs the move. nents necBair? for walking, while the body is sus penadd do a .fid Pnupport, 'ike the old steam man which made so mnuiot oise about two years ago, and which we euppose in' iow daft net." It was claitr l 'nr the old man that it was to be used for tractio, and other useful purposes; but the new one con mences its career with no such pret'nrione. All that is claimed for it is that it makes an interesting ex, hibition. It has the same walking mechanism u the dekwork walking dolls patented some vears ago. The mechanism is driven by one of Brehn's rotary s'eam engiree. The She field Independent tells the foliowing story -One evening lately a farmer who lives in the neigh. borhiood of Damfl~ik'?tl?iiiiblid hoie liiiXsr~e street, whco a woman came into the housesrrying in her arms what is said to have (<ben at re? rkCs blv fine baby; The farmer...

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OUR MAD REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

OUR ?1i . 0 REPORTER, I am suffering from insaniy--therefore whatever I".y mrd le car..idee,.rd to be the uneonuarted Sr :ý of a liad e.seed sd e ill hIalanced mind, I ? h'oun y. tih p lo'iibher of this print holcittg 'h cn ithe "i ic lity of llmrn natut*.," and the Sr *i y the orctIl t+ s a number of our irre. ldd=hlo Ilor'isini."n la my di-,?.on.e was a in. ti :i phrases and crlasical quota l tw hnt i ? at tol;., eviz-d me and cried, " old, Si, n, t now7 prmanenly established o Ii re ate r the purpose of l Ib !nio aldl whon it eop a beulldog ad a remarkably The'lmoreeo r luintbýr O flpS it Undor erc a tori Ct a ornatenci ottaiO' frmnnm Pvrl ne. Thhondo, .tl 'lo.mn vin . In a iet? ue!: to~ esb:sl a eieei-. l ' d t i o e union, of th bdice wih .or inl Lof " - f . thlett 0ctif thh.d L o ah t ttt e a l?-o- . " ir. (liuT"~ 11 .li.:- r.....;;..:: I r lnrt arrc. d fr a l entrthPpctd s e S!P ,: d " .. t "' : "l y ' .t is rum nllo :at d I.e cs t indi, t k., e 'ii , n g t.or fts iI ln,:d.wý...

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

ADVERTISEMENTS: &SOLEMIN4 ADMONITION THE NERVOUS AND DEbILITATED. [ jAS your constitutio become impairer', and is L1 your manly vigour lost. by any of those exceases which result in the following disease :--loss of ner vous p,,wer, defective memory, Jownees of spirits, palpiration of the heart; giddiness, troubled and debilitating dreams, ull-eratioes of the moutil and throat, copper o.loured eruptions on the skin, emt l.rgement of the glands,. loss of the hair, or any variety of cuti?eous afkotion incidental to contagion ý If such is the case, consult the highest medical authority in Victoria, DR. GEORGE FRED. TIOOMAS, Of 56 Bourke street West, MELROURNE, whoi9q the only legally qnalified mediealman adver tiiing in Australia, that has passed his examination as a PlyPician and Surgeon. In 1859, Dr Thomas passed his examination at the Royal College of Surgeons, London, the eraminers consistidg of the most eminent European susgeons and physiologists. In 1864, the Doctor passed...

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THE JOYFUL WIDOWER. Tune—"Maggie Lauder." [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 18 August 1870

THE JOYF(UL WIDOWEL. Tune-" Maggie Lauder." I married to a scolding; wife The fourteenth of N'ovember; She made me weary of my life By one unruly member; Lot.g did I bear the heavy yoke,. And many griefs attended; B'ut, to my comfort be it spoke; Her mortal. life is ended. We lived full one-and-twenty years, A man and wife together ; At length from mnie her course she steered, She's gone I know not whither;. Would I could guess, I do profess,- (I speak and I do not flatter), Of all the women in the world,. I never would come at her. Her body is bestowed well, A handsome grave doth hide her,. But sure her soul is not in hell,. The de'il could ne'er abide her 7 Her proper plree should'be aloft, For when they'rA scarce of thunder;. Her dreadful' voice could yield a noise Would tear the clouds asunder=

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

-- - - ?- "- -- ? .2'?1 H ? . ? ' '1ho usu;al fortnightly meeting.of the Kit-. more Bdiough Con!rci , wrhich should have t.:; ,ei p!.cO on Mdonda3 evening, was adn joiurned to Wednetday, the Mayor, and Crs Dowling, and ficekey, being the only mem her' who put in an :,ppear,,nce. We would remind ti,,e w~ho by negiectinr to pay their rates in the several road dis. triets :iod in the borough, have disqiialified them:-elves from being on th:e local rolls; that to entitle them to be pi:I?ed. on the unext roll of electors for the L:egislative Assembly and Legislntive Conticil, they .must talke out. electors' rights duriug the present month of August. The following' are the arrangements en. tored into for the second series of electiooD for the Legislative Conncil :-Western Pro viere--Nominatio, .31st August; Blling, 12th Septeumber. North. western and Eastern Proin'cees-Nominations, 2nd September; polling, 16th September. The sagacitv of the canine tribe was never more fit:ly exemplified t...

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TERRIBLE RAILROAD ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 25 August 1870

TERRIBLE. RAILROAD ACCIDBNT. [Prom the New York Tribune.] On Thursday morning 3rd May, the nicht express train on the Missouri Pacific Rail road, which left Atchison, Kansas, on Wed nesday evening, came in collision, near Eureka, 28 miles from St Louis, with an ex' tra freight train going west. Nineteen pert sons were killed and a number wounded Both the locomotives were completly wrecked and the trains badly smashed. The collision occurred through a misapprehension of orders given to the conductor. Special trains with physicians and the necessary ap pliances for the care of the wounded, were immediately sent to the scene of the disc` aster. The coroner's jury, on Monday afternoon rendered a verdict that the colli sion was all caused by the disobedience of orders and culpable negligence of William Odor, conductor, and ,foseph Tracy, engineer of the extra freight train, in running said train at least fifteen minutes behind the time given them through orders of the train des ,.patches...

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CASTLEMAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 25 August 1870

CASTLEMATNE. A hailstorm of great violence broke over', the town on. Wednesday afternoon. In a. few minutes the streets were covered with lumps of ice of various shapes. After the storm had sufficiently abated to allow of any one venturing out of doors it was easy to.' pick up pieces of ice of the size of 'en's eggs. The market-house windows and those of private individuals suffered severely. In the Catholic Church 80 panes of glass were broken, and in the Primitive Methodist Church 40. In other churches and houses many windows were broken. In fact, in every part of the town the destruction ot glass wes very great. The storm was ac companied by heavy thunder and vivid flashes of lightning. The barometer was lower than for any previous day during twelve months. The phenomena of a hail storm has not been witnes,.ed on such' a scale, the M. A. Mail says, by any white man in this part of the colony.

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BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 25 August 1870

BALLARAT. A few minutes before 3 pm., the Courier reports, the rain fell in torrents, and heaven's artillery rattled so soon after vivid fl shesof sheet lightning as to leave little doubt of the nearness of the thunder clouds. Hailstones succeeded rain, and again rain succeeded hailstones; bit the most curious feature of the unexpected visitation, was the shower of leaves, twigs, and even moderate-sized branches, which were carried before the. wind, and fell over many parts of the town. One of the branches was picked up by - a pentleman of whose veracity we have little doubt, and he assures us that it was at least a foot and a half long, and was covered with ice. This would indicate that it had been blown some height into the atmosphere. In about thraeequarters of an hour the rain and wind ceased, and the black, watery, looking clouds could be seen speeding on towards the south-west. No damage was done, but when the rain ceased theYarrowee commenced to rise rapidly. It fell again, f...

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DAYLESFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 25 August 1870

DAYLESFORD. On Wednesday afternoon, at halfipast o'clock, a terrible storm broke over Daylesi ford The rain, hail, thunder and lightning were fearful. The Catholic school is tot: Ily destroyed, the English school and the Man' chester hotel are partiy blown down, and. the English Church, the Wesleyan parsonm age, aud Wright's chemist shop are seriously damaged. Verandahls were ripped off by the wind in all directions, while trees innumer able have been torn' uipby the roots. I. was a fearful storm. Luckly, :all the children were out of the schools, or there must have been a fearful loss of.life. As it is, no loss of life is at present reported.

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EPSOM. VAGARIES OF A WHIRLWIND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 25 August 1870

EPSOM. AGA.RTES OF K WITTRILWIND, At Epsomn much damage bhs been done, property belonging to many poor people being wholly destroyed. The cause of this dcstruction was a fierce whirlwind which canme careering along from the uorth west about four o'clock in the afternoon. The whirling monster camne roaring up as-a spiral cloud of dark bluisheblack colour; and, viewed from the oistance of a mile, it ap peared about 100 yards in diaometer, the bottom touching the earth and the top lost. in the clouds. It was bulkier at the upper than at the lower end. It caught in its mad waltz the slab house of Mr Mather, a miner, and scattered the roof and walls in all di rections. Mrs Mfather was cut in the arm and bruised on the body by the knocking about from the wind and blows from the flying slabs, and her boy George was cut on the head. The garden fence Was levelled and scattered far and wide ; the cabbages in the garden were stripped of their leaves, and plants were torn.up by the roots. A num...

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GREAT STORM AND LOSS OF LIFE. SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 25 August 1870

Li'.AC 5 1'O)KM. AND LUS'S UL+' LitE. L-4~- SAN I [lURIST. One of the most violent storms that has occurred for years visited Sandhurst on IVedunesday. l t con:nenueod in the morning at h.,lfipdst 1.0 from the unorth, changinug to the north west, the rain. until 3 o'clock, coming down in drenching showers. Then the wind changed to west and suuth-wes,, the lightening played ominously, and the crashiiig sound of the thunder w s terrific, the rain fidling heavier than in the morning. Three quarters of an inch of rain fell- it less than seven minutes. The independent office was almost swamped, and other buildings were much damaged.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 25 August 1870

TO CORlRESPONDENTS. To ensMre the izternwn o cof mnunications it is absolutely necessary that they should be couched in moderate languagea, ud wtritten in the form of le tera. 4U oinmmnicaiioineintended .for insertion mnust be authenticatsd by the name al.,-address of the writer nut necessaly for pblbli~t'Ion butas a guant4eee of good faitl. (To the Editor of the ",'Free Press."') : .Sir,-You may readily imiagine r must be a at'~er unlucky" sort of individual, or else fate and my evil genius. would never have led me into a sub contract (several. removes from the Crown) on the forthcoming rail. way line, not a hundred miles from the'Dry , _Creek (why do' they call it Dry ?). When I have occasion to visit Kilmore on horse. back, I muit travel via the cutting and the f pound (compound of mud)-it's a. case of Hobsoi's choice-no other routes are avail- l able. What puzzles me completely is' how travellers per railway will reach Kilmore from the station. Will there be a mud b;irge, or a b...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 25 August 1870

MELBOURNE PRODUOE MARKET. M &VCaw and Another report a4 follows tor the week ending Wednesday :-We have to report a fur ther rise in the breadatuffs market, best brands of flour being in demand at L12 10s and upwards Disposed of a small parcel secondary brand at the sale to-day, realising L12 Is 6d. Wheat is in good r quest. Prime samples w iuld realise close or As. Diopcsed of a few small lots obtLining up to 5e 8d for medium quality. Oats remain stationery, with a disposition on the part of the trade to purchase only for immediate re quirements. Cape Barley is worh shout 3s for ordinary sam plea. An exira fine heavy grain would r alise 2d or 3d more for maltirg and distilling purposes: Cheese is not in plentiful supply; and, being in good request, anticipate slightly better rates shortly. Below we give details-result of actual sales : .eD LeD Flour, ask dad Victorian 12 5 0 to 12 10 0 do, seconds 11 0 to do, all faults to Oatmeal, ail faults Maizo 0 4 2 to 0 0 0 Wheat mi! ...

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ON THE USE OF TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 25 August 1870

ON THE USE OF TOBACCO. ---o-- (PdOM THE ALL MALL GAZETTE.) It is really most painful year after year to rcee.rd the want of success which attends the operations of the British Anti-Tobacco So ciety. This praiseworthy association held its annual meeting on Monday, Dr. Williams Cooke in the chair. The attendance, it is stated, was "very limited," which, however deplorable, was perhaps as well, for we all know how shattered the nerves become by the use of tobacco, and no person with shattered nerves could have survived the "voluminous report" read by the secretary: The reports of the society are always necessarily awful, but this one was if possible more appalling than its predecessors. It seemsthatthe great majority of cases of paralysis among the inmates of workhouses arises from the use of tobacco, at lea?t the society think so, because some of the persons so afflicted have been smokers. Again, lunatic asylumns are filled by persons whose malady has been mainly produced by the use o...

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DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, August 17, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 25 August 1870

DALL&RHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S XEPORT. Melbourne, August 17, 1870; FAT OATL.-Supply moderate, vis, 808 head, principally middling quality, all of which met a ready sale at an advance of from 20s to 80s per head. The only really good quality offered was a draft of Mr William Robertson's favourite FE? brand, which sold well, and topped the market by fully 20s per head, averaging L10 4s all-round; the top station bred pens being purobhased by Mr James Dickson, 8t. Kilds, at L13 15s; and Mr William Davidson, Col lingwood, at LI3 7s 6d; some very prime half bred Brahmin bullocks from the Hon W J T Clarke's paddocks mode up to L11. We quote prime beef at 25s per 1001bs; extra up to 27s Od. We have sold -115 bullocks for Mr Wm Robertion, O:lan. atL10 4s i station breis averaging L125 15ld ; 19 for the Hon W J T Clarke, at from L6 17. 6d to 11; 56 for Mr E Crooke, at LI0 5 to L12 15a. FAT OCALVs.-A moderate supply offered, which sold slightly better. We sold-24 for Mesers Simmons and A...

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HEATHCOTE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 25 August 1870

HE ATHOOTE Acoording to the Times, the following prices ru for oolonial produce at Heathoote : Flour L13 to L1S 10s per ton Wheat 4s 6d to 4e 9d per bushel Oats 8s 6d to 41 do Cape tarley 2a 6d to 8s 9d do Maize 7s do Branis Od do Pollard Is 8d do Potatoes £5 per ton Hay £8 to £4 do Chaff L6 to £6 do Butter (good fresh) le 2d per lb. Eggs 1. per dozen

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 25 August 1870

-R GS ORDON & GOTCH, o, Collins seree E{wesl, .eldbourne, have been appointed agent rthis Journal, POr GOOCH, Ballarat, has been appointed agent this journal. LONDON AGENCY. THE FaS press may be read gratuitously in Lon on at the News Rons of Messrs GoRDoN ann GoTa, 121 Hlolborn Hill, where advertisements and subscripnS ftor the seme are receiv,.d, TAS KI OR] FREE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. 1lE terms or advertiling in the Kilmore Free Press are as under : TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCIE PER INCOH. A reduction of ten per cent will he made for sdvertisements ordered fr one mnonth ; twenty per eat for two months; and thirty-three per cent for here months :-beyond which time a special arrange met t will be made. The terms of uhbscription to the Kileore Free Press will he 6s fd per quarter in town, and 7r 6, if posted the country. "hs Quarters for nhbs.ription to the Free Press .I coonmence on the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd September, sed 23rd...

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Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 25 August 1870

The address of the H1ou. W. F. H-. Mit chell to the electors of the North-Western Province appears in another column. There ij no new c:l:,im, set forth in the address, Mr Mitchell relying principally upon his prel vious exertions on behalf of the Province for his return. Benjamin Groves, of Lancefield Road, butter dealer. Causes of insolvency-Loss in trade, loss of horses, and general depres' sion in the butter trade. LiBbilities, £55 13s 10d ; assets, £8; deficiency, £47 13s lOd. The special meeting of the shareholders in the Tonstal Gold Mining Company, Reedy Creek, called for Wednesday, the 17th August. lapsed for want of a suftcient ati tendance to form a quorum. Spiritism appears vo occupy much at. tention privately as well as in the public prints, Lately we hear of the Dean of Melbourne lecturing on tl-e favorite topic. The reverend gentleman admitted that spirits hold communion with mtukind, but, on the w\hole, he puit them down as a "bad lot," and ought not to be tolerated ...

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