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AN INTERNATIONAL EMIGRANT UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 January 1870

. . . ' -' AN INTE1JNATIO±Tr. ELIGERAMI UNION. (From the Californian Bulletin.) The people of Baltimore have for the last 12 months been working most industriously to attract European immigrants to their port in place of entering the place by New York. The North German Lloyds Steams .Bip Company,- a little morethan t..Ilve matths ago, commenced running two large screw steamers between Bremen and Baltib ;sore, an? brought from 250 to 300 German :ad Swiss emigrants a month. This coun pany bhs now four boats, the Ohio, the ,lltic, the Leipsiu, and the lerlin, and they troe transporting 2000 to 3000 emigrants per imonth. Next spring they will increase the n umber of their vessels to eight, and desi patch a vessel each way every week. These :nuigrants are mostly German, with a few iuglish, for the vessels touch at Southamp. i?, and are nearly all above the commdn L.Lboring class Most of them hive means, frim 300dol to 500dol and upwards 'they ;.:a either artisans or small farmers, add ma...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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EXTRAORDINARY—IF TRUE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 January 1870

EXTRAORDINARY-I F TRUE. A Florence-newspaper, L'Italie, extracts frm the Annales de la Medecine et de In Chirurgie Etrangere, the following extra ordinary history ;--On the 18th of April, 186S, in the prison of Villarcoa (province of Minas GerMrs), in Brazil, two men named Averio and Carines were executed at the same place. In Brazil executions take place with closed doors, in-the interior of the prison. Dr Lorenzo y Carmo, of Rio Janeiro, well known by savants for his remarkable works on electricity applied to physiology, his surgical skill, and his success in. auto. plastic operations, obtained permission to profit by this event in order to. experiment on the power of electricity, and illustrate its analogy, with some of the.phenomena of life. The numerous experiments hitherto attempted have been made on the head and trunk separately. Dr Lorezo y .Carmo's design was, if possible, to unite the head to the neck alter decapitation. The heads of the two criminals fell within a few min...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 January 1870

O0 Yi I.' AL INL ELTIUENCE iT MORE George Tiuo: ? . :- Oitt, 1''r1 , i :; . . o I par bur'.el ?,,'n, Is, 8 p '.. PFolrd, 2= 0 1 ..1: . Bar, row L3, r "tin Chaff, 5. per est Ioltbtoe., 5l to (G per owt LAN0EFIErf . The OJboninle rapnrts as foilo,a: Wheet 5e 6d'to 6s 6d per buehel Finur L15 per ten Poilard Is 9d to 2St per hthel Bran ha 6d do KYNETON. Tuesday, Oct 25. The Guardian report. os fnllows Wt'eat (nilling) 7e 0O to 77d d per bushel. Oats, 6s 104, to 6s Od do Rje graos aoed, G6 to 7e do Potatoes, £5 5e to £5 O1s per ton BE ATHCOTE According to the Timeh, the following prices rule foir coloinl produce at' Heath'oote i~ Flour L17-10 per ton ' - WMeat s 7o.70 6d'per bushel oats 078I ao Cape t.arley4ae 6d to 51 do . Maio ?s 'do Bran is 8d 'do Pollard 1i 10l to 20 do Potafoes £8 to £7 per ton ghay ?74to £8 do Obaff I5 to £6 do u: tfer (cood fresh) is Odper lb" Eggs 9gber'dozen S BENALLA. :".,.l , Thursday, -'1', ThdEt(rports the followingea, Ae prices rul. ing: Flour, £16 to £15 `...

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DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, December 29, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 January 1870

DALMAHOY-:OAMPBEiL AND CO'S S REPORT, Melbourne, December 29, 18O9: FAT COALg,w tA gA supplies still continue to 6e?lborxard, 1,435 heaa being-entered for the weeka 945 of which have been sold to.day, at prices ranging from 17 (6d'to 20s per 100 lbs - for best quality, whilot inferior sold considerably. under ]sat' week's currencies, ay 'from 12a 6d to 16s per CO lbs. There was a good attendance at buywra, and owing to the hot .we.ther light weights iold better in proportion to othler descriptionp. We quote best bullocks from £8 to 39 ; seodnd £6 10s to £7 10s; inferior, £5 to £6 W' have sold 157 for Mr W F Buchanan, from the Slý/ a.- ...om 94 tor :o. Cf1r Messrs Gibeon and Knoi Sale at from £5 to £7 FAT:QOAv .-44 head wero yarded to day the imjorioyof them being good oz:d useful voalersl IBet brought from 46s to 52; 6d ; inferior, 12; and e upwards. We sold 20 head at from 12s to 28a D each. FA r SE?eP,-35 770 were entered .for the week'r supply; of this number 30189 passed through...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 January 1870

NEW SOUTH WALES. A vinyj Xe 7 d;400: :tx fel the seoond son of Mr George A Smyth, of Wee:st ,isi,, e 22_th tlt, It appears that Mr Smyth, with the greater part of bis family, went.o. Hexhat, picnieing. Someof the party amused themselves in the bush, and thre" of the lads went fishing near the rounbark ]Bidge, tak ing with them a gun, in dase ebey might get a shot at a bird., During the day, the weather being ~ry ,hot the qbernien got $thirsty, and detqrminied to seek some fresh water to drink. Accordingly they left the place where they hbd been fishing, when William Smyth resembere that the gun had been left behind. He thereforei returned tofetoh i., and putting bia am through thbe bars of thi bidge drew the iweapoin towards him; Pufortunately the gun was loaded and capped, and it is supposed that something a-?ugit' the trige? and pulled 4t ibask. It is. oertaini at all eveitsi thep the gun wint off and the .bole of the charge was lodged in te unfortunate young man's arm, between th...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 January 1870

QUEENSLAND. From Bris'ane we have files to the 28th ult. The Courier-of the 27th says :-We regret to have to announce the sudden and some. what violent death of one of our oldest resi dent colonists, Mr Donald Coutts, of Bulimba Hoise, who died at about 2 in the afternoon. On the previous evening the unfortunate gentleman was fondling and palting a foal on his premises, when the animal suddenly swerved, and kicked him violently in a vitally dangerous part of the body. No fatal effects were apprehended for some time, but the character of the in, jury, combined probably with the influence of the extreme heat, caused Mr Coutts to succumb, and he died yesterday afternoon at ~the bour stated. THE GILBERT DIGGINGs.-A letter from Norman, in the Port Denison Times, dated 18th December, says : -Flour, tea, sugar, and spirits throughout the Gulf areunknown Such a condition to be in is certainly far -from being enviable. We are all healthy at present, but without food it is impossible to hold ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 January 1870

TO CORRESPONDENTS To ensure the Zasercn oj communications it i absolutely necessary that thery should be couched in moderate language, and written in the form of ht lets. All iommunicaztions intended for insertion must b authenticated by the same ani address of the writ n,.t necessarily for publication but as a guaran(o ojgood faith.

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ESCAPE OF STEPHENS FROM PRISON. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 January 1870

ESCAPE OF STEPHENS FROM PRISON. ---o The following account of the escape of Stephens from Bichmond Prison is given in a volume just published by a New York bookseller :-" While skeleton keys had been prepared to unlock the doors leading from the prisoner's cell to the prison yard, it was well known that the outside gates were too well guarded to permit of their entering that way. But these men were fertile in resources. A rope thrown over the outside wall sufficed to enable two of them to climb I to the top and lower themselves to the in side. One of those who thus entered had formerly been employed there, and knew all that was necessary to know to effect their purpose. It appears that'the superintendent of the prison had a short time before become exceedingly economical in his views, and had consequently reduced the number of watch men within the walls Only one at a time was now required to be on duty, and, least he should.prove negligent, a tell tale clock was put up at regular in...

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Tuesday, January 4. Before His Worship the Mayor. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 January 1870

Tuesday, January 4. Before His Worship the Mayor. Patrick Collins, charged with assault, was remanded for a week on the application of the police, bail being allowed in two sureties of £100 each and prisoner himself in a sum of £200. Patrick Sheehan was charged with stealing a vir of trousers, the property of Patrick McCormack, and remanded to Romsey to 8th inst., on application ofpolice. John Robinson, William Smith, and Geo Kavanagh, on a charge of assaulting and robbing one Thomas Fitzgerald, on the Gis4 borne ro d, were, on application of police, remanded to the 8th inst. at Romsey.

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 January 1870

There is but little stirring in political life just now The Macpherson Ministry has been so constantly engaged in Parliamentary conflicts since its formation, that not only has it had no time to determine upon its future policy, but it has had but little opportunity of considering even its own position. That two of its leading members should be without seats in Parliament has been felt even by the gentlemen themselves to be an impropriety, but the fierce contention induced by the desperate struggles of a fueton to win their way once more to place, power, and that pay which to them was all-important, left the Government no time to devote to other mat. ters. Now, however, that a brief respite from its Parliamentary labours has been afforded it, steps will be taken to place the present Administration upon a more substamn tial basis. As yet nothing" has been deter. mined on, but before the close of the current week it is not improbable that the Cabinet will be to some extent reconstruct...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, December 31, 1869. Before Mr Akeburst, P.M., and Dr Bindley, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 January 1870

KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, December 31, 1809. Before Mr Akeburst, P.M, and Dr Bindley, J.P. M'Lean v. Hunt. Settled. Police v.- Hockey, for cruelly ill-treating a horse. Mr Meade for defendant. John Nelson, police constable, deposed that on the 23rd December, defendant kicked a horse in the belly, with his foot, and after witness remonstrated with him he again kicked it and hit it with his clenched hand in the head. Patrioli Smith, who was called by the police, deposed to seeing defendant kick the horse-not over severely. He kicked the animal pretty hard. Saw many persons usiu, horses worse; did not think he cruelly ill used it For defence, Mr Meade said he thought the police could be better employed than by bringing trivial charges of this kind. HIis client %ws an ostler, and ought to know how to use a horse ; he did not treat it with any more severity than was necessary, and not w. h more cruelty than any man may use to his o\n horse. D),efenldnt admitted that be had-hit the} l...

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Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 January 1870

The principal business performed at the Council meeting on Monday evening was that of deciding about writing to the'autho rities with a view of procuring prison labor for the purpose of getting metal for the Kilmore streets broken within the walls of the Kilmore gaol, The motion met with some opposition, on the ground that prison labor would interfere with the work of the poor man, but was carried; We regret our inability to give our usual report of the prol ceedings. On Thursday afternoon the remains of the late Mr R. L. Hearn, who was killed by a fall froum a horse at Pylilong on the previous Monday, were convejed to the Kilmore General Cemetery for interment. The mournful coitege started from the English Church,'where' prayers had been read over the reinains hv the Rev, H. M. C. Watson, and' wendedl its way' slowly, through the streets, preceded, by- the Kilmore Band, of which; deceased ? was - a member; playing= the Dead Marchb frpm Saul. All the shops in the town were?losed as ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 January 1870

IMPORTANT TO FARMERS. John Fynn ani Co. BEG to intimate to the FARMERS of KILMORE :and SURROUND' ING D1SRICTS that they have taken 0 D E A S M I L L 81 (Lately Occupied by MIESSRS DEGRAVES & 00), and are now prepared to BUY WHEAT in any QUANTITIES. A FIRSTICLASS MILLER has been engaged, and J. F. & Co. hope that-by Special At tention to GRISTING, which will be done at the U sual Charges, to merit a Share of Custom. UNION FLOUR MILLS, KILMOIRE. THE Farmers of the surrounding district and business men of Kilmore are respectfully informed that all FLOUR, &c., as produce of Grist sent to the above Mill will be guaranteed superior-also, all Flour, &c,, sold. JOSEPH EAGER, Late Miller for Degraves and Co. P.S.-Wheat Bought at Full Market Value, and all Gristing Lats done separately and productively.

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 January 1870

PUBLISIIED THURSDAY MORnINGS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1870. THE Land Act, 1869, which has received the Governor's assent, and is to come into operation on the 1st day of February prox., must now be taken for what it is worth, and there is little use now in either condemning the general measure or pointing out any sections of it upon which an improvement could be effected. There are provisos cont tained in the Act which will no doubt render the measure popular-one being that the rent is to become part payment of the pur. chase money-indeed this feature in itself will commend itself to the struggling portion of our population, who are anxious to make homes for themselves and families, and many a poor man now roving through the country reaping and working for others will doubtless be induced to make a great effort, and take. advantage of the liberality of the Act in this respect, and become possessed of his own freehold. We anxiously look forward to the working of the Act, and trust the m...

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MR M'GEE'S ADVENTURES IN 1848 [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 January 1870

M1R M'GEE'S ADVENTURES IN. 188 -o- After the secession of tte Young Ireland party from Conciliation Hall, in, 18146 under the leadership of the late Mr Smith O'Brien, the Confederation was established, and at all its meetings Mr ?'Gee was one of the most forcible and prominent speakers. He was not a favorit with.many of the lesding spirits of the party with whom be was aasociated ; but he and Charles Giaan Duffy, who has inoe io conepicugOsly figured as a statesman.in Australia, were always tihe fastest friends, and carried on with each other a friendly correspondence up to the time of his death: When the British Governmenntsuspended theKabeas Oorpns Act in 1848, it was resolved, at a mieeting of the Eiecutive Council, held. at their rooms in D'Olier etreet, that this act of despotism should be resisted by force of arms, and for that purpose an appea\ should be made to the country, and the prominent leaders sent into those districts where their .influence with the peasantry was grea...

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PERAMBULATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 January 1870

PE AM BULATOB. Well, 1 got gloriously " tight" holidaying I it last week-right betweentwo huge fellowi on a seat in Cobb'e coach--and the fact my subsequent suffcring from compression -not of the bramin but the whole body must account for my silence. I am evel, yet in a week state, and nothing.but a stron sense of the highly important duties I harv to perform could induce me to make known -my existence. until I shouid.become tho roughly :convalescent. Oh, when I got bi tween those' fat fellows, not.. knowing thP moment the small particle of breath in . ,1A make its exit, I was glad that I ba not lately In e iofl : ýbtlB : a thought bf twelve characters8 lke my neb bours sitting on m is:- was faI ...a horrible to eontemplate~-and they would E on me with a veageance if I had been at a abusive .' lately.: My, holidays passed o, agreeably-indee I bad a peep: at the doing' of that class which I formerly-described not .being' apprbachable .by an ordinl '-;,gi However, I was treated kindly...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 January 1870

. -. TO LET. BENAI, with 14 acree of land attached, Irte the reeidence if Farquhar M'Kenaie, Ecq., J.P., to be let for 3 or 5 years at an easy reat-Apply to TWIGG & O'CONNOR, r '-- olioitors, Kilmore, TO LET, TO Let.for 3 or. 5years.ahe5 Telegraph Hotel, now doing a thriving trade, together with farm of 160 aorea. Bent £40 per;annum, furniture "to be taken at ialuation.` Apply . ; W L BAWELL, Auotioneer:Kilmore, S -OR SAliE. A second hand American Waggon, seven bead draught horaes, harelea &do Terms, approved bills. -Apply . • - MALONEY BROTHEBS1'' ewtownship NOTIOE. 1'd ESRS Murray, Sawell, Anderson, and Bsartoot Hi anareholders and,-d ireotorsa in the' ·olterino .nad Magenta Mining Cumji any Limited, are re'ues~ 'ed to pay for the, survey of the mine that the; 'instructed me to make 'for them, Miy, 1869, indior which they persoaaally guaranteed 'payment.; : ¶ A'LRErD' E D . LISSE.. Dee. 283 1869 THE li WEEKLY TINES a P ERMANENTLY ENL;ARG ED I DECOMBER 11 18 . be - ...

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EXECUTION OF ARCHIBALD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 January 1870

LZO so BXECUTION OF ARCHIBALD. ad (From the Rockhampton Bulletin Dee 23.) as - ,. t At S o'clock yesterday morning the last ric sentence of the law was carried out on Alex. ad ander Archibald, in Rockhampton Gaol. in About a quarter before 8 the prison bell 'el began to toll, and the mournful procession he moved from the condemned cell to the eunclot Ssure where the soaffold stood. -A-consider, Pd able number of persons-about 100-had as, id sembled to witness -the execution. The n condemned man walked into the enclosure to firmly and calmly, his eyes wandering over the familiar faces gathered round the scaffold. There was a look of resignation on his fea e tures, free from any bravado, and his dsmeanour throughout was that of one who W submitted calmly to his fate, and was pre id pared to accept it with fortitude and 'e Christian resignation. He carried a bunch n of flowers in his right hand. Under the xe scaffold lay his. coffi,. Arrived at the foot l of the scaffold, the concludin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 January 1870

J??~O0RDON & GOTCO, or Collins stree lboournej have been appointed agent Sl, Ballarat, has been appointed agent NDON AGENCY. " f as may be read gratuitously in Lon ht ' l ooms of Messra GoaDON and 121 IHolborn Hill, where advertisements and p one for the same are received, v KILMORE FREE PRESS, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT. SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. RlE terms or a3vertiing in the Kilmore Free .rey are as under : f TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE PER INOCH. A. reduction of ten per cent will be tnaoe for vertiser?ents ordered fir one month ; twen'y per t for two months: and thirty-three per cent for eeo months :-beyond which time a special arrange nt will be made. ho termr of subscription to the Kilmore 7'ree Press will be 6s 6d per quarter in town, and 7s 6d if posted tde ountry. The Quarters for subscription to the Free Press w! iill commence on the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd 8September, and 23rd December. Persons cannot withdraw their names from the roll of Subscribers -it...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST. Jan. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 January 1870

TELEGRAPHlIUC INTELLIGENOE, (From the Argue.) SANDHUaST. Jan. 4. William Speakman Potts, the absconding sharer broke,, appeared at the police court to-day to answer acharge of embzcling a cheque for £115, the pro verty of Mr G.vin G Brown, of ,Melbourne, whose saent Potts was. After hearing the evidence, the Bench considered that a prima facie case had been made out and ommmitted the prisoner for t-:al; B it was allowed, but as yet it is not forthi o )ring. The weather to-day has been pleasant. BA, LARAT, Jan. 4. Henry George Norton was brought up at the police o-urt this morning, and remanded for a week, oharg d on warrant with hsbihg embezzled the sum of £37 Os, the property of the Union Quartz Crushing Company, Mount Blackwood. He was released on bail, himself in L100, and two sureties of L50 each. GErLONG, Jan. 4. A sale by anction took plaos to-day of some of the wool saved from the ship Lightning. There were sixty five bales in all sold, and they brought an average of 1 6 19j ...

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