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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 September 1870

tu ESSRS GORDON & GOTCH?, or Collins stree i west, Melbourne, have been appointed agent r this Journal. Mr GOO0II, Ballarat, has been appointed agent this journal. LONDON AGENCY. THE FOaR Pa?ss may be read gratuitously in Lon. on, at the News Rooms of Messrs Gonnoa and Goocir, 121 Holborn Hill,'where advertisements and subscripons for the same are received,. THE KILMORE FREE PRESS, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. ,IE terms or advertising in the Kilmore Free freos are a, under ; TWO SEILLINGS AND SIXPENOE PER INOCH. A rednucton of ten per cent will be made for advertisements ordered fir one month i twenty prr ent for two months; and thirty-threeo per cent for hre months !-beyond which time a special arrange mertwill be made. The terms of subscrlption to the Kii::rore Free Press Fill be 6s fd per quarter in town, end 7a 6i if posted the country. The Quarters for subscription to the Free r? ess .ill enmmcree on the 23rd March, 23?d June, £3d'i Sejlte...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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FREE ADMISSION TO THE TOWN HALL, MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 September 1870

FREE ADMISSION TO THE T.O-WN HALL, MELBOURNE. The following letter in reference to. this subject appeared in last issue of Melbourne Punch;: I am very glad the City Council in its wisdom has decided-" That at all eutertaini ments given in the Town. Hall, councillors, with their wives and families, shall be ad mitted free.'' Not that I care about the free admittance (as mine is but a small family), but I always intend sticking up for the principle of the thing. All givers of future entertainments will please take note of my few little ones as given below," and provide seats accordingly, as we all like to sit together (in the front row), and can't bear to be separated.--Yours faithfully, A Ony CouNciLLo . "I have five children by my first wife, and seven by second. The two eldest boys by my first wife are married and. doing well; one has eight, and the other five. children- all.girls. The other three (girls); are also married and blessed with, fimilies, fifteen in all. The seven are m...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN AWKWARD PREDICAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 September 1870

AN AWKWARD PREDIOAMI EI& T. A French paper relates a thrilling scene which lately occurred in a Parisian mairie. A couple presented themnelves to be married, the bride about 18 years of age, and. pos sessed of considerable perconal attractions; f. the bridegroom an entremely small man, aged 45. When the ceremony wa,ocopclhled, the door, of the hall.wns burst open and a woman of gigantic stature, accompanied by a thin daisel of 115, burst. into the room, and elbowed her way through the semicircle of guests. " Wretch, scoundrel, thief!" she cried, addressing the husband, who turned as r white as a sheet ;this is how you leave nme 1 in the lurch, who have ,ighed 4uring1 15: f years for the days when I might call mysel{f your wife !' Saying this she seized the un h?iappy man by the collar and jerked him up uwier cher left arm as though hie were a cruss hat, takingno uot ice of his struggles. She then addressed thi mayor in.a voic. oi . thIunder. IDo I arrive too h:te ?" " The.. ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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DEATH IN A COFFIN. [Californian Paper.] [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 September 1870

DEATH IN A COU !,-. [California. Paper.], Premature. bu:;i, burial, before death! Who can tiok tf it without shuddering ? And yet when w~ll it.ever be known how .many. unfortun ,es, while wrapped. in " death's. counl.rfeit'-tho. trance, have been hurried aw ay, to wakl e perhaps..in, the ecloseJy-fastened effin, to etruggle, yet, in ,vain-to give u..erance to screams that no human being ?ia,c tbemiselves. may ever hope to hear. Such arful accidenqtp are only made known t, the world when some be' .reaved friend w-' hes to change the place of sepulchre, or whenu the growing city of the living encroaches on the city of the dead, as is now taking place at " Yerba Buena." Dark rumours are afioat to-day, tfat the workmen now enployed in removing three vacant tenements ofthe soul, have found, imore than one whose position tells of ago nising struggles for release from the most tcrrible of all deaths ; that some have been found lying on what was once the face; some, too, whose legs were wed...

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GRAPE CURE FOR CONSUMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 September 1870

C,-A'P1 CUIRE FOR. CONSUMPTION, The use of. grapes, ?Iecording to accounts frequently published during the past two or three years, has.been successfully applied to cure.of consumption, in its earlier and lcss decided, stage in particular. The " grape process" is conducted now. to a considerable extent on the banks of the Rhie, lwhere several physicians have establishments in which prlienta. a ?cted with, consumption or with deranged digestive organs are treated by eating grapes as in other places they are by drinking water. The patients assemble in the gardens twice a day, and each fills a ;basket of grapes, under the watchful eye of a special doctor. They then sit downn to slowly suck the iuice of the fruit, while lively music ,is played in their hearing. From.lour to six weeks is the .time required for a cure. This story, if true, may, prove a sad. dicourage" ment to doctors. and proprietora. of. quack medicines. which arc upheld.to cure consumpi tion; but we believe tho main vir...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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HEATHCOTE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 September 1870

AEATHCOTE According to the Times, the following priaelnru for oolonial prorunoe at Hesthoote : Flour L19 to L12 lO per ton Wheat 4s 6d to 4s Od per bushel Oats 3s 6d to 4s do Cape Farley 2s 6d to 8a 95 do Maize 7s do Bran ls Od do Pollard 2l 3d do Potatoes £5 per ton Hay £3 to £4 do Ghaff L5 to £6 do Butter (good fresl') la 2d per lb Eggs is oer dozen

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DETERMINED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 September 1870

DETElR1MI NED SUICIDE: Another case of self jestruction has.beea added to the eategoryv of crimes that has taken olace in the city within the last, few weeks,' FIroml wi.hat, we can learn, it seems thata foreigucr named: John. Clarke, who was well known in the city as an iterant vendor. and grinder of. saws, lately came from Ball:rat, and for the iasl three or four weeks has beuen living at M?,otrisou's Evening ;t;ir boarding house, Little Bourkio. street lie has been drinking very hard lately, and it appears that on Thursday night, about eleven o'clock, he retired to his room, which was a double bedded one, and also occupied by Harry Woods. Clarke was labouring under tjie effects of intoxication. The night passed over without. disturbance, and about, 7 - a.m. WVoods got up and observed that Clarke was awake. The latter said " We are going to have a wet day." vWoods said be thought so, and went down stairs to have some breakn fast, The manner of conducting this board ing house is so...

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THE SECRET TREATY BETWEEN FRANCE AND PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 September 1870

TEE SECRET TREATY BETWEEN FRANCE AND PRUSSIA, (From the Times, July. 25.) We have been favored with the follow, ing PROJECT OF TREATXY. His Majesty the King of Prussia, and His Majesty the Emperor of the French, considering it advantageous to strengthen the ties of friendship which unite them, and to consolidate the relations of good neigh borhood happily existing between the two countries-convinced, on the other hand, that for the attainment of that result, proper, moreover, to insure the maintenance of genei ral peace, it is important to arrive at an un. derstanding upon the questions which cons coern their future relations-have resolved to conclude a treaty to that effect, and have consequently named as their plenipotent tiaries the following :- His MIajesty, &c. His Majesty, &c. These, after having exchanged and verified their full powers; have agreed to the follows ing articles :- Art. 1. His Majesty the Emperor of the French admits and acknowredges the acquit s...

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BENALLA Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 September 1870

BEINALLA Thursday, TI e Ensign reports the following as the priors rul Flour, £10 to £10 10s por ton Wheat, 3s per bushel Pollard, ia Od de Bran, is do 2. 6.1 to 3s a a

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FRIGHTFUL MASSACRE IN NORTHERN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 September 1870

FI1C;1:IC:TFU' M.\ .1n.\Co,, 12, NOR. ' 111-hN CHINA. "Y,'. lr:,.;ce is 1 embl',,ei in war with S1.l l la he { ;:' . u: : ; " C.). in so dltlicult t on : i -, I 'i, 'fulh ' ,i out ri t?s ha'vi?ng been ::it. ntn French residents in T'ientsin w;t. ithe conni;anCe Cf Chenghtow, the Chi n:. ;ver:oe,'. The Chinese adhere to their pr?'teiuions of superiority, and r?eax" for i:e:.s : lh il:ter ,;ers ; an st 'ind ingenut tna .:re will no ''Ic:sary to prelteet the lives ian property of .ur',,,nea:ci ' ieiletis in the t rely portk. It ppe'ars that lie French Coisnl at lien.isin, M. Fon tinier, lindih?g himself enlet'ted by a' mob, went to the .tawen to clai, protection:. I'ut hi reiest wa.s de, lineu. "We extr;act the Ieitount of the ltaesiere wV:'ih foilowe(t 'ron a gr:aphie de scription in the N?,rth China lIeral : One of the soldiers f ,the Ya:,u en stabbeid the ]' ench Consul in the thigh with :t spi:ar ; and i thalt woiudedi st:.te, with the blood ,aving rtddi:ene the whole se of his whi...

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LATESTSPECIAL TELEGRAMS LONDON, Sept. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 September 1870

LATESTSPECIAI4 TELE GRIAMS Lox.noN, Sept, 3. General Bazaine attempted to escape from Metz, but was driven back after two days' fighting' M'Mahon has been again defeated and driven back to Sedan, after five days' des perate fighting, attended with fearful slaugh. ter. Sedan eventually evacuated. Marshal M'Mahoni was' wounded.- His whole army are prisoners of war The Emperor Napoleonb surrendered. The King of Prussia consented to see him, and will appoint him a residence Sept 5 Ninety thousand French prisoners were taken at Sedan STe[ Emperor'is removed to Cassel. Berlin was illuminated - A peaceful revolution has taken place in Paris -TPhe Emperor is deposed A .Republic is proclaimed A Provisional Government is formed of :General Trochu, Gambetta, Jules Favre, and iothers It is determined to repel invasion The troops are fraternising with the :people. A politic'l amnesty has been declared The Empress has left Paris The German army is marching on Paris A new army is forming under the...

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DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, September 21, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 September 1870

DALMAIIOY CAMPBELLr AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, September 21, 1870: FAT CA'rL.- 920 penned, the majority being prirre quality and it is esldom so good a show of he f is, ffered in one day One draft of 237 head 1) in diamond bul ooks, asld by us on account of Mfesers Waft and Thomson; were really excellent ;animals for hreeding as will as quality, and made the top prir, via, 1 8 14s all reudr',: being t -e t-nth consecutire week we have o'teined the highest for fat cattle in this market; the best pens of which were purchased by Messrs George Petty and Co, of 13 urke ant Elizbheth rtretta, at L12 l.er head, and by Mr L Jacobe, Hotham, at L10 5s. We quote prime l+ght weigr t beef at 25s per 100lbs; heavy da, 20s to 22 fR.. We have sold-237 bu'l.'oks for Mresrs Watt and Thompson as above; 169 for Mr JBeeph Smith, Merrowie Station, Lachlan River-the hullolre, averaging L8 12.; the cows averaging L7 7e. Also, 199 heart for Mr George Sherwin, Ma q arie ]iiver, at L5 133 61 bullocke; L4 13s...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. M. M'CAW AND ANOTHER, REPORT. For the Week ending 21st September, 1870: [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 September 1870

MELBOURNE PRODUOE MARKET. M. M'CAW AND ANOTSBB, REPORT For the Week ending 21st September, 1870: A slight improvement in the breadstuffe market, beet brandsof country flour being worth from L12 10s to L12 15s; and good samples of wheat, Se 7d to 53 9d: Feeding grains are without any alteration, maize being selnable at 31 81 to 3s 9d; and good feed oats, up to 3s-6d. Malting barley still rules low, best parcels of which will not bring over 4e 3d, Buttr, chliase, and bacon of prime and good aver. age quality, have met with a ready sale, both pub, licly and privately at our quotations. .Below we give details-result of actual sales. SsD L ?n Flour, sk dad Victorian 12 5 0 to 12 10 0 seconds 10 0 0 to 11 .0 0 Wheat, milling samp Vie. 6 6 to 5 8 Cape Barley 3 0 to 3 1 Oats 3 2 to 3 6 Rye 3 0 to 3 1 Grase seed (perennial) 5 0 to 6 0 Bran 1 1 Pollard 1 to 1 2 Bacon 7 to 9 ]fams to 9 01 eese 9 to 10 Broken and inferior 4 to 6 Br t.r, potted 0 0 5 to 0 0 10 Frsh 0 010 to 0 1 2 Ler I La t8 to ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 September 1870

IMPOUNDINGLS. (FROM FEIDAT'S GAZETTE.) BENAAI--Impounded at Benalla-Bay mare, off hip down g over cross near shoulder ; grey filly, no brand; bay mare, star and snip, off hind foot white, co or eG near shoulder; bay colt, near hind foot white. ix near shoulder; bay mare, white face, a near shoulder, T over indescribable brand oil shoulder; ohessut mare; streak, collar marked, near fore and both hind feet white, blotch near cheek, B over or near shoulder; bay mare, star, white bind feet, A over D near shoulder; bay colt, star and snip, near fore and both hind feet white, a in circl off shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 19th October. JEssa WATTs, Poundkeeper. GIssoNE--Impounded at Gisborne-Ohesnut mare, white face, old, w near shoulder, like wN or ww cor joined off shoulder. If not claimed and ex penses paid, to be sold on 19,h October. II R DIXoN, Poundkeeper. K~MoBE--Impounded at Kilmore-Bay pony mare, star and snip, off hind foot whi'e, au near shotlder; roa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 September 1870

ADVICE GRATIS. HOLLOWAYS PILLS. Ifeadaches,Bile, Loss of Appetite, and lownes.s o Spirits. These Pills require no interruption of business or Pleasure, they act mil!!y on the bowels, and stregthen he stomach, and promote a healthy action of the liver, whereby they purify the blood, cleanse the skin, brace the nerves, and invigorate.the whole see. tem. They elsect a truly wonderful change in debili' fated constitutions, as Ithey create a healthy appetite correct indigestion, remove bile, giddiness, headaches and palpitatio jo uthe heart. - Weakness and Debility: In cases of debility, langour, and nervousness, gene, rated by excess of any kind, whether mental or phy ical, the effect of these Pills is in the highest degree bracing, renovating, and restorative. They drive rom the system the morbid . cause of disease, re establish the digestion, regulate all the secretions, brace the nervous system, raise the patient's spirits, and bring back the frame to its pristine health and vigour. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 September 1870

SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. --0 T. J. G E O G H E GA N, Is now Showing NIovelties in Black and Colored Silks Milliner la;n and Fancy Dresses Flowers and Feathers a and Fanc Dresses oats and Roan?ls Frints and Brown Bollands arato nd Rondtavs Laces and Gloves Silk Jackets and Sthawts Trimmings and Pe fume'y ----0 LALRGE and Well-assorted STOCK of Men's and Boy's CLOTHING, BOOTS and SEOES. -o Excellent value in Calioies, Flannels, 8birtings, Tiokings, and Blankets. T. J. GEOGHEGAN, Commercial House, Sydney street, Kilmore. .. . . . .7. .

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DONNYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 September 1870

DONNYBROOK. E Moreman, Donnybrook flour mills quote as follows : Flour, £12 1Cm per ton Bran, is 4d per bushel Pollard Is 6d per bushel KYNETON. Flour £10 101 Maize, 5s to 5s 3d Bran, 1s Wheat 4s to 4s 5d Pollard, is Id Oats, 31 Od to 2t 21 Rye grass seed, ?s to 7s do Potatoes, £3 5s per ton

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 September 1870

(OO&MEROlAL INTELIIGENCE KILMORE. Georwe Fudoon quotes: Oate, Colonial, Bs to 3s 3d per buehbl Bran. sl per bushel Pollard, is 4rl per huehel TFev, raw LS 5S to LB 105 per ton Chaff, 4l per cert Potatoep, 9s to 3S 6d per owt John J Reilly quotes : Oate 39 3d to 3S 0) per bush Bran ls 23 do Pollasrl sl 4' do IThy L3 10s per toe C'hwff 4s per cwt Potstoes L3 5s to L3 15s per ton

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 September 1870

The French charge d'affaires, Rocheonart, on arrivingat TienMTsin, demanded the re lease of the captive native convicts. This was complied with: He next required that the viceroy should visit him on board ship. This vias also complied with: Next, that the heads of the three chief mandarins of Tien Tsin should-be deliv;red to him: The vice. roy was willing to give two, but not that of Chenkwofin, his lieutenant-general. Further instructions from home are waited for. The imprisoned natives presented a ghastly sight from their horrible mutilations. The atrocities towards the Sisters of Mercy be, fore death were awful. Some were torn asunder. The Chinese are collecting troops in secresy. The trade of the ports is paralysed. On the receipt of the news of the war in Europe great numbers of German and French vessels were thrown out of trade.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 September 1870

TO CORRESPONDENTS. To ensure the ,nservnm oJ communications it is ab'olutely necessary that they should be couched in moderate language, and written ie tIe form of le ters All communications intended for insertion mnst be authenticated by the name and address of the writer nct necessarily for publication but as a guarnteee of good faith., (To the Editor of the Free Press.) Fn,-I am not in the habit of intruding on the public my opinio:is, but the remarks of your corres pondent Nemo as to proceedings of the Bylands and Olenburnie Road Board at their last meeting, and eascially one of the members for Gle'oburrie, is such a flimsy and vicious produi tion that as one interested directly-not as Nemo I presume-I must say, with ous respect fr tOat gentleman's opinion, that he seems under very great misapprehen. ion as he seems to insinuate that some part of Glenburnip, not far from Pound Gully, is the only locality which should reupy all the attention of the aforesaid Board. Thlre must be ...

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