Gilmore worked in Footscray in 1875 and Carlton in 1881.  He exhibited bagpipes in the 1875 Inter Colonial Exhibition in Melbourne.  Note the cord guide immediately below the projecting mount on the bass mid-section.  Interesting, uncommon...and clever.

Simon Fraser of Australia composed the piobaireachd "Gilmores Lament" in 1994 in honor of piper Richard Gilmore of Melbourne, according to Joshua Dickson in his book, The Highland Bagpipe - Music, History, Tradition.
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Richard Gilmore - Australia

I have not been able to find much on Richard Barnsley Gilmore (1839 - 1884) musician, violin and bagpipe maker in Melbourne in the 1870's and 1880's.

He apparently learned violin making from John Devereux, who arrived in Melbourne around 1854.  Devereux skills were abundant and duly noted however he is perhaps best known for cleverness in creating counterfeit violins.

One violin bears a label (made by) "Richard Gilmore 21 Cardigan St. Carlton, Melbourne  Pupil of John Devereux violin maker to  H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh."
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