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KILMORE COUNTY COURT. Tuesday, Sept. 6, 1870. (Before His Honor Judge Smyth.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 September 1870

KILMORE COUNTY COURT, Tuesday, Sept. 6, 1870. (Before His Honcr Judge Smyth.) Fo tor v Down, for 132 7a 91. Judgment by default. William Moodie v John Carnie, for £83 is Sd. Order for amount and L13 6s 21 costs. William Blay v John Graham, far L5 8s. Struck out' Meade v J O'Dea, for L21 2, 41. Struck out. Same v William Mackay, for L9 9a. Verdict for amount and L1 18 costs; subject to taxation of Supreme Court. Same v John Barry, for L3 3a. Struck out: J D Forbes v W L Kerr, executors of J R M'Turk Gibson, for L14 [58 6d. Struck rut. W fl Sample v M Ryan, for 18, Verdict for amount pith L3 Is asate. Same v John Trainor for L2 103. Struck out, Marga a: Leahy v William Lockhart, Struck out. Same v John Trainor. Struck out Same v Join Mullins, for L3 3e. Debt paid ; ver dict for coet=. Twigg and O'Connor v Cushen, for 13 16s 83. Verdict for amount and 103 63 coste. J 1 i eley v Patrick Wade, for L3. Struck out. Thoms Ilookcy v J Blizzard, for 12 13s Od. Verdict for amous t and 10s 61 c...

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Tuesday, September 13. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 September 1870

Tuesday, September 13. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M.) P tri.k F n-erty v 'I hnmas Ca ;ill for recovory of wages. VYrdih t for tl 1ls and cost!.

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FILIAL OBEDIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 September 1870

FILIAL OBEDIENCE. We are of those who hold to the good old fhsioned doctrine of the time of Abraham, that the r.ompt, implicit, uriquestioning obedier cc of children to their parents i,'cludes within itself all other cerms pri of vir ou, and that it secures to parents and children more earthly good than they can he suee of from a-y Jo pthlr source. "I know him (Abratlam) that he S will command hi; children and his household af' r ir him," is but another randing of" ITonor thy f-other and thy mother that thy days may b3 s1i. in the toll land which the Lord thy God giveth th-o." T.ie one rep is but the rcfle of the o her. The high!?t t?not of the child, no less than hits greatest hop inesa, de l mands that as soon as his will asserts ila prerrcntre t1 c of choice, that choice should be regultedl by lar ; in other words that. the el ild should he auog't and wade to choose what the laws or his moral or plhesical o naeturreequire for his best welfare, Of course the parent must be called ...

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday September 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 September 1870

KILnMORE BOROUGEI COUNCI'. Monday September 12. Present.:-Ors Hickey, Dowjing, SpgdentflO nor; and tMaloney. it In the absence of.hie wprship the bay;r , moved by, Or H okey, seconded by, Or D`' , t carried, that,Or Sugden take the ohair. ere il The minutes of. the previous meeting dae and confirmed, after which the correspone wards and inwards sinco lset meetipg was 7' dealt with. d Amopgst, the communications ordered tr e ceived were-the toll 'mauager's. statemietp r or puty returnirg officer' statement, TIO Nuisances' report; letters from Mesrr refrrei O' C.nrnor, and Mr Mfeade (which wereh (b the Finance Committee), one fromJ af 'ht, a 1, was refprred to the surveyor), and s0 enTd o. nicition from .?me was referred to the Prbi d Committee; letter from Heath and rove0e I C11( Hanlon asking permission to remoed groel1, l plhae building mat rials on fotpath werae o F Snd rgchtst granted subj'ct to usual conditionse ? letter from the Rev Mr Watson was referred to the -lic Works Comm...

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Monday, September 12. (Before A.P. Akehurst, Esq, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 September 1870

Monday, September 12. (Before A. P: A.kehurst, Esq-, P.M.) James Ball, charged with being drunk and fif I orderly, waa cauticntd and dielhaged.

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ARCHÆOLOGICAL AND TOPOGRAPHICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 September 1870

ARCIIEOLOGICUAL AND TOPOGRiA PHICA L NOTES. Is it the beginning of the Restoration? This query by an archteologist has been sug gested through the appearance in a recent issue of an extract taken from the Dublin Freeman's Journal relating to the elevation to the peerage of the new L?rd Chancellor of Ireland, and to his patriotism in referring back to the 'locus in quo' and those real old times-the tenth century, wuen, in the es. tablishment of surnames, his' (the chief family of Tir Roghain, now Anglicised Tyr one) took the name (Oh Again) O'Hagan. It is not the object of the querist to detract in enything whatever from the claims so aptly put forth of the dcscendeucy of the learned Lord Chancellor from one of the three chief families of the once powerful sept ? oghain, who were decended from Roghan the son of Niall of the Nine Ilosta, ges, monarch of Ireland in the fifth century; but to show how that many an unassuming Irishman can equally, though not so felici' tously, refer backl...

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Rilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 September 1870

PUJLISIIED TIIUSDAY ORNI:Zs. THII SDAY, SEPIEMIBER 15, 1870. WE notice in " The Argus" of yesterday a pungent article on the present state of colonial society, the writer picturing a second .' Citizen of the World" writing home to his friends in China, giving them a description of our manners and customs. To s-y the least of it we must appear a strange race to those whom we consider barbarians. Of the high state of civilization we have arrived at even our Chinese friends must form a queer. opinion, and what to our minds s:em cor rect and only an advanced stage of that civilization of the nineteenth century of which we boast must to them appear not only barbarous but extremely ridiculous. It has long been a source of w'nder.and amaze ment to the inhabitants of European coun. tries that their. Eastern neighbors should maltreat their females by certain operations with the feet, but we seldom indeed open our eyes. to the simple fact that not only do we torture our own feet frequently bu...

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FIJI. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 September 1870

FIJI. The following extracts are from a letter F dated Levuka, Fiji, 6th August, 1870, to a 3 resident in Ballarat :-" I see by your last letter that you still have an idea of coming t down herd, and ask me how much money would you want. I should jestingly and still in earnest say any amount, the more the better, but, jesting aside, any one coming f down here to go cotton-planting and no 3 trade to fill back upon, should at least have 1 £300 or £400 to make a strrt, as land is 1 r'i g very fast. You know we arrived here 18 months ago, and got our land very cheap. W; started his plantation, g( t ab.ut 20 to 3 30 acres in, but now we are like a good a many others, stuck for labor to attend to the I cotton and pick by and by, as on the natives t here but very little dependence can be put, a and it requires a good deal of capital to bring 3 foreign labor, or buy it more properly speak e ing, as you have to pay now £12 to £14 for a man for three years. Our land is an ex, y cellcot piece,...

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OUR MAD REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 September 1870

OUR MA.D REPORt'ER. So the Amateur Concert was a great sue cess-in point of numbers. It may be gratis fying to you to know how I got access to l the hall in order to be able.to make the above announcement. Well, I'll tell you. Some kinindividual broke the front win dow, and t slipped through-heels first. i must congratulate the anmateurs upon their -success, and the audience upon its patience. :,My friend Coghill lost his suit--I don't mean that red jiCeket of his-but his suit against Constable Nelson, for false imprison ment. 1 hear th.t unless he " forks up" the costs (which are considerable) he will be allowed to study " The Bells" in seelu. sion. I borrowed a dress coat from a friend of mine, stayed in bed all day to get my white (?) shirt washed, stole a pair of white " kids"-I don't meancchildren-from one of the stores in the absence of the shopman, lhid out my only " bob" in a bottle of Eau de Cologne, renovated my patched up boots with a pennysworth of :Day and Martin's and ...

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A FORGER IN DIFFICULTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 September 1870

A FORGnER IN DIFFICULTIES. A respectable looking young man named Henry Thomas, alias Edward Taylor, was placed in the dock, at the City Court on Wednesday, on three charges of forging and uttering cheques for various amounts, pur porting to bear the signature of Mr Edmond sou, of Albury. In the first case, Duncan Anderson, cashier at Messrs Dickson Bros., warehousemen, Flinders-lane, said that on the 4th July, the prisoner called at the ware house about half past three o'clock., and asked him to cash a cheque on the Union B:nk for £5 13s, saying the bankl were closed and he wanted the money to go out of town with that night. IHe said the drawer of the cheque, Mr Eddmonson, was a cus towaer of the frm, and witness knew there was a customer of that name at Albury. Upon questioning him about the signature, the prisoner referred him to a signature on the back, vhich he said was that of Mr James Fallon, of Melbourne and Albury, and as the siginture was very like that of Mr Fallou, he ult...

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LOCKJAW CURED BY TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 September 1870

LOCKJAW CURED BY TOBACCO. The Scientific American reports the fol lowing remarkable case of cure by simple mne:?ins: Reading in the late papers an account of the recent melancholy death of the Engineer ]Reebling f'romn tetanus, cr lockjaw, reminds lnc of an incident in the military campaigns of a friend of mnnoe, a major in the Indiana Cavalry during the war, and which he only a short time ago ,enzned to ma among other events of his oohlir life. In view of the late un!lhppl, event, I deem it worthy of being generally !:nown, as his remedy is very siun 1i:, quic, ef!icacicus, and obtained ahnost :l'n'wheic. It would, in the above case, have s:?y.i t:e !ifL of a very useful man. His c-,:u'iibl; d wvas then-Christmas, 1St-I--iu .!e Tmanesse, near tie Alabama line. e , :.::en was slightly wounded in the a?d " -e rioius eC'.oh to go back a few i. the nea:a hostl, and h, ::, :: pn: , on ;;itil it. The con i:qunce .as, !' too: cold in his wounded i'.,.:, :d -t..iu; ensued before they reach...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 September 1870

1MPOUNDING8. Er.NAU~A-Impounded at Benalla-Brown horse, smeal sutr, off fore .nd near hind foot white, rp or FT near sht-ulder, two white spots off shoulder. If not cl imed and cxpenses paid, to be sold on 5th October. JESSE WATTS, Poundkeep r. Conuao-Impounde at Coburg, 23rd Augnst 1870, by Mr Buz.glo-Notrespass--Light grry horse pr.ny, sho:t tail collar marked, like nr off shoulder; bay horse pony, broken kneer; star and emsail snir, aT ofT ash ulder- Or. 24th August-white i'orss pony, cillar marked, like AA over 23 near shoulder ; light bay mare, bl. zv, collar re'a ked, blotch like w near should r-Oa 5 h Sept mb'r, by Mr Pritchard Tr spas 61--B:ack miro pony, long tail, tan muz. zle, email star, off i bin f3dlock white, like UJ con joined tner shoulder. If not claimed and expenses pnid, to be sold on 28.h Septtmber: F. W. BEZAGLo Poundkheepr. Loaowo.D-Impournded r.tlIngwood 22ad Aug, ty D Gorman, E!q-Bay mere, bath hind ftlroka u hite, A over CL near shoulder; brown mare x near ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 September 1870

.....f G & QOTOC, Wo OUjlins stree • f EI lbourne, hav, been appointed agent ir 0Cl , Ballarat has been appointed agent LO-- NDO N AGENCY. TI E ForE rR s rosymay be read gratuitously in Lon o o e tcsF Rooms of AMeears Gounow and on , at Itlborn il, where advcrtisemcnta and e ac's. a ?r t!o ',nO are received.l Ti KILoI0-E FREE PRESS. PUBLISHIED EVERY THURSDAYI MOININ AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. SE terms or a~verthing in the Kilmore Free ress are as under : IWO SUILLiNGS AND SIXPENCE PER INCII. Sreduction ef ten per cent will be made for Stireducnit ordered tr one one ont ; twenty prr Stmo mntihs; ond thirtv-threo per cent for etfre tooa :-beyond which timule a special arrange will be modde. The terms of cubEsriptirni to the Kilfore rece Press S ii b d per quarter in town, rod 7 Gd if posted t!le c.un try, h Qnua.rers for sjuhsription to tflo Free Press C.,lnlr:ce on the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd an , d 23rd December. Perins cnnrot tidra tirtir armen from the roll of Sishesri...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, Sept. 9. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 September 1870

Is KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, Sept. 9. C (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq, P.M'.) Two men named Solom;n and Israel were charged with receiving money fraudnlently. Sergeant Deasy pr~secuted for the Crown. The prisoners were defended by Mar ,?eade . From the evidence of Emily Johnston, wife of a John Johnston, reesiing near B-oadford, both pri- n sonera ca'hl at their lcuse, havig driven up ii a a Iran ; they clled for a gl.?us of beer each, and Soli m-n asked mne t:, by same tobacco, which they could; I cell at a or ,it hb :a;- ; I arked the price., and Solomon p replied 2 9 p:Ie' lb, and that he would guarantee it L as ;ocd n, h:hit I was ceiling; I then sent for my huobrnt, who came from whi:r h.e was working,; they sair: the tobacco they had in the bor was as b good Ls that I was celling. si Croe-saxamined : I believe the box produced is the T one but I did not see it at the time, caw it when zl the secrted were ge'ting into the trap; paot of tab-a-c wa~e e:pre?: John Johnston, huhn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 September 1870

H.0 ROHDE, t GE NERAL S.TOREKEEPER, Sydney Streot, Kilmore, H l-A3. on SALE the following CjODS :- / . Capp Earle" Iyo Oats CGrdon Srrz1a S.blirge--3.t, 5ft, and 6fft;. aso,, Garda: paing:. O.dero for al! eo:.te of grass eceds attended to, aLd suppijed within eight da3a. --. SGENERAL GR(OCERY & PROVISION STO1E. HI. ROI{DE, SYDNEY STREET, KILtIORE. SKILMORE FREE PRESS, WrITrl 1 WUICII IS INCORPORATED. STHl.E EXAMiNER.0 , T he . roprietor oftho KIrtonE FREE PRESS, having t purc,'ased the interest and goodwill oflte IKilmore Ex. Sainciir bgs to -tte, that on and after lie e 15lk October, the businies3 of the two paperj will be carried on by himn. In malkie this arrangement, the proprie/er beg tlo formn ike pibl I thal owing to the limited support c'lended to cach journal, whilst carried on separately, rne has deemed it advisabl to ama?gamale thken under F the above hcadiig, and solicils the cort:bired slpp'.rt oJ all c!luSCs. TIHOMAS HUNT, PEoPRIETOPR, GOULBUJRN VALLEY ROAD, DI...

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Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 September 1870

On Tuesday evening last a special meeting of the Kilmore St Patrick's Society was held about fifteen members being present, for thae purpose of considering a code of general laws submitted by the Melbourne Society, under which it is proposed to establish a District, which can be joined by neighboring branches, to be represented by delegates. The com mittee brought up a report suggesting cert tain alterations in the laws, and recommend, ing the society to join in the formation of a district, but as the members were anxious to hear the rules read that course was adopted, and as the rules were rather voluminous, only portion of them were got through when the meeting aijourned to 7 p.m. sharp to day. An adjourned meeting of the Pyalong Road Board was held on Saturday, 10th Sept. Preent:-M-essrs Daooan (chairman) Bradley, Cooke, Ialpin, Walsh, Bourke, and Gorman. Mr Wvalsh's resigeatioa as manager of Pyalong Common was accepted. It was decided that a surn of £5 as be given as a donation ...

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EXTRAORDINARY ELOPEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 September 1870

EXTRAORDINARY ELOPEMENT. There lives in the the town of Ashly de la Zouch a wealthy farmer and butcher named Thomas Ragg, who has a daughter, Ann, 30 years of age, who is possessed of considerable property in her own right. Ann, it seems, in her childhood, formed the acquaintance of John Cheadle, and as time passed on a strong attachment sprang up up between them. Cheadle being a member of the Wes leyan Methodist Church, became one of its ministers, but he failed to consummate his acquaintance with Miss Ragg by marriage, About six months, ago Mr Ragg took into his service a young man of twenty-five sum- mers, named Joseph Hill, whose good ap- pearance caused a favorable impression on the mind of Miss Ragg. A clandestine courtship ensued, and on Sunday night the would-be happy pair took train for Leicester where they arrived by the last train at nine o 'clock. Hill repaired to the house of his parents in Upper Kent street, leaving the bride-elect at the Midland Arms, in the neighborh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 September 1870

ADVERITISEMENTS. B TIIE REV R.B. BARLOW, B.A, fe Incumbent of St Mark's, Fitzroy, Will PREAC.O at Ob ist Churoh on Sunday, the 18th Morning and Evening. Collections In Aid cf the Moore College Fund. Notice of Applicltion for Gold Mining Lease. WE, the undersigned, hereby give notice that, with, in six days from the date hereof, we will leave with the Warden of the Mining Division of Kilmore, an tl soalis,tion f-r a Gold Mining Leare, the particulars whereof are hereunder set forth :- c fName in full of each ap-) Will;am Youln, Mel plicnt, with the full I bourne. Michael Ryan, address of each, and Sunday Ceeck, on behalf style undor which it is - of the Rising Sun Gold irtended that the busi- I Mining Company. r es shell be carried en) Extent of ground applied for, and ahether on or Fifteen acres on and below, or both, or a below. lode ... ... .. .... Name of each person (if ( ary) who is in occupa- Note. tiot of the land .. Minimum number of men For the first 6 months 2 to be employ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 September 1870

IMPOUNDINGS. GisnoBaE--Impounded at Gisborne-Brown horse, draught, star, little white off fore foot, one shoe on, 2 near shoulder, sE near rump. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 12th Oetober. H R DIx)N, Poundkeeper. LHATaCoTE-Impounded at Heathcote-Bay colt, smell star, hind feet white, iJH near shoulder and thigh ; bay horse, star, fore lees bent, like at over I1 over an near shoulder, JTF near rump (the JT con joined); dark bay or brown horse, like heart &ff thih ; chesnut cob pony, blaz ' rig or entire, like etno oenjoined near shoulder, g near rump; black mare, broken knees, white ring round near knee, ,F con joined near shoulder, rope on neck. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 12th October. Jons HAMILTON, Poundk.,eper. LANtcE1IEED-Impounded at Laneffield -Red hull calf, star, little white on flanks and belly, no visible brands. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be solb on 12th October. A MAzDeOa?u, Poundkeeper. MoauAe--Impounded at Morang...

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LIFE INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 September 1870

LIFE INSURANCE. TH? Au.traliqn Mutual Provident Society has just paid to the representatives of a deceased member a claim amounting to L4347 7s 11 under five separate pol'e es taken out at variuti tlm as As on illustrei tion of the success of this fliurishing inti ution, we have a nrrrained the particulars of the origiinal sums asturtd, and the subsequaut bonusts added there o us inen hl w : Poliyv d.ated July, 1852 Original sum eamuted ... £1010 0 0 l, us, 1859 ,,, 86 ' 0 Ditto, 1864 2 5 12 2 )i to, 189 ... ... 239 17 6 Ditto (prospctirve) ... 15 0 0 -1546 18 8 Policy dated July, 18.3 O:itinal sum aeesu ed ... £500 0 0 Bnus, 1859 ... ... 37 2 3 Ditto, 186 L ... ... 9L 7 8 1)itro, 1869 ... ... 111 4 10 Ditto (prospective) ... 7 10 0 - 750 4 9 Policy dated May, 1855 Original sum ... ... 500 0 0 Bonus, 1859 ... ... 39 9 7 D)ito, 1864 ... ... 61 17 2 D:tto, 1869 ... 94 7 9 Ditto (prospective) ... 7 10 0 .- - 703 4 6 Policy date I June, 1865 Oriinal sum assured ... 1000 0 0 Bonus, 1869 ...

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