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M'MAHON'S ARMY AFTER THE BATTLE OF WŒRTH. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870
SMAHBON'S ARMY AFTER THE, BATTLE OF W.~RTR. The Siecle, writing of the military situa tion, says :-" The defeat of M'Meaon. has been terrible-we must be outspoken--more disastrous than we. thought. se has told us officially that he brought off 18.000 Sup. pose de Failly had formed a junction. with him, our right wing would even them consist of only 50;00: This army seemed yesterday to be between Saverne and' 8arrebourg,. on the road from Stnasburg to Nancy. The army of the Crown Prince, notwithstanding itslosses, must still amount to 120,000, and we must not forget that they are flushed with victory. On, this.ide, therefbre,. the situation is serious-very serious, In the centre the evil is less the? we supposed. The defeat of Frossard at I'orbach has not been so disastrous as we thought. His corps has succeeded in effecting its retreat to Put telange, and probably by to day it will, have effected a junction with Basaine. The loke however,, must have been very severe. B~I sine has no...
MARK TWAIN ON THE REV. WARD BEECHER'S MODEL FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870
1SARK TWAIN ON THE REY: WA ), ýEWýHEE'S Mp1)EL I'A481t4" An English paper says:.--Our America. ceusins, have a prooked way of viewing and of thinking over things sometimes, but there. is often a deal of profound philosophy in the conclusions at which they arrivq by these means. Thq.fqllowing sketch of a modern, agricultural teacher,. and amateur farmer might ?e applied, to more than one schemer in agricultural matters in this, country, and particularly to, the irrepressible adv.entuyer of Tiptree Hally Mark Twain wrote soma . time since to the Buffalo Express, as fpllpw.a:: -"-Mr Beecher'sfarm, consists of thirty six acres, and is carrineon on strict sqientific principles, He never puts.in any part of a, crop without consulting his book. le ploughs, and reaps, and digs, and, sows. ac cording to the best authorities--aq4 t~e ati thorities cost more than the other. far.ming implements do. As soon as the librar. ia. completq the farm will be a Rrof0table& iii v.eatmcnt. But boo...
HEATHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870
HE &TIICOT? According to the Times, the following prices ru for colonial produce at Heathcote :. Flour L12 to L12 10s per ton Wheat 4s 6d to 4? 9d per bushel Oats 33 6d to 43 do Cape Earley 2s 6d to 3S 9d de MDai7 7s do Bran 1? Od de Pollard is 3d do PNtatoea £5 per tor ITay £3 to £4 do Chaff L5 to £6 do Butter (dood fres!h) Is 2d per l] Eggs a1 per dozen
DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, October 12, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870
DALdMAHOY OAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, October 12, 1870; FAT CATTiE.--The week's supply eonei* ted of "38 Ied, one third of whioh sere really prime, the bbl ance from inferior tn, medium, the heavy supply of sheep and Iambi, with the warm woeaher setting in, terned to check tl.o consumption of beef and the market closedl easier, except for beet qualities which maintained late rates, say 253 per 100 lhs ; othero, from 17a 6d to 22s 6d. We have sold--100 buliocks for Mi Wm Robertson, Colac, of the FF brand, at an average of £7 17', the top pens of which were pur chased by Mssera E J Robert', of King street, and Mr James Dixon St Kilda, at L9 17e 61 and LS 17a 64 respectively ; also, 50 bullocks for Mr. William P'earson, of Kilnany Park, af LTA 183 round, FAT CavES --rheauply was equal to require ments. We sold sundry small lots for Messrs Elor ter. Kally, and Smith, from 20s to 35s per head. FaT E SavuP.--30,000 yarded, being the ba:t show of sheep as regards quality offered f...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET M. M'CAW AND ANOTHER, REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET M. M'CAW AYD As OTaBB, REPORT For the Week ending 12th October, 1870 - Business in the produce marketa very quiet, with. out much alteration in prices. Flour ruling from L12 5E to L12 10a according to brande, BIot samples of wheat 5s 101 to 6., with a mod. erate 'emand. Maize keeps firm at 4s and upwards Oats are steady at unaltered rates, viz-3s 6d to 38 7d for fair samples of Victorian feed, and 3J 8 to 3S 9d for beat quality Tasmanian and' New Zealand. Butter, both fresh and potted, is a trifle easier, 7d being highest price obtained to day. Cheese, unless for a few prime lot,, was very dull. Below we give details-result of actual sales. £ s L D Flour, sk dad Victorian 12 5 0 to 12 10 0 seconds 10 0 0 to 11 0 0 Wheat, milling eamp Vie. 5 6 to 5 1 Cape Barley 3 0 to 3 6 Oats 3 2 to 3 1 Rye 8 0 to 3 0 Gras? seed (perennial) 5 0 to 6 0 Bran 1 1 Pollard 1 to 1 2 Baecon 7 to 9 Ifama to s Obeese 7 to 10 Blroken and inferior 4 to 6 Butter, potted 0 0 6 to 0 0 ,1...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870
IMPOUNDINGS. CoBuna.-Impounded at Coburg, Black or brown horse, star, collar marked, JT over 6 eof shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 9th November 1870. F W BUzAOLo, Poundkeeper, ELraINCToNE.--Impounded at Ilphinstone. 3 bead of cattle, DJH near shoulder (the arr conjoined) If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 9th November 1870. Lawrs CoATEB, Poundkeeper. HIEATlCOIE,-Impounded at Heathcote: Red roan steer, notch in ears, HD conjoined off rump, like .J near rump; red steer, white back and belly, cff born broken, IoD conjoined offrump, like Js near rump, notch in ears ; chesnut mar:, silver mane and tail, lke AF near shoulder; strawberry cow, of ear marked, os near ribs, like cx over - near rump; bay horse, lame near fore foot, LD near shoulder, wr over Mt over o with stroke through centre off shoulder; black mare, as near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 9th November 1870. JonN HAMILToN, Poundkeeper. Klrmoan -Impounded at Kil...
Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870
1timove AFree 4orcW0 PUBLISBIIED T?IsoDAY MoiZNiNO. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1870. THE anxiety with which news of the Euroe pean war is looked for, even by those who were never before known to take any great interest in public matters, gives us a slight inkling as to what the feelings of those located near the scene of the great tragedy must be-how their expectations must, one way or another, have led them almost out of their senses. Even in this far off land, the war, about which we had so little to do or say, has caused an angry feeling to spring up between some people, many being strong partizans of she French cause, whilst others are equally zealous in lauding the Prussians for their bravery, and for the dashing vie. tories they have already achieved But few indeed are to be found who could sit down and coolly discuss either the cause or the probable effect of the great struggle. Few are prepared to give a decided opinion as to what would be the gain to France if victorious, or wha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS --0--- T. J. G EO G H E G.A N, Is now Showing 1 ovelties in A illinin', Black and Colored Silks Flowers a;'.l Feathers Plain and Fancy Dresses Bats and Ponnels Prinlt and Brown Hollands Parasols vnd Stayqs Laces and Gloves Silk Jackets and? Shawics Trimmings and Pe fumnery -0- A L 9 A LARGE and Well-assortcd STOCK of Men's ?ind Boy's CLOTHING, BOOTS and SEOES. -o Elcelknt valuo in Cblio!e., Flannels, Shir incs, Tiokings, and Bla keta, T. J. GEOGIIEGAN, Commercial House, Sydney street, Kilmora: ii Here is A sdvertisement in a rarch E esapaper :--I'E ZI, Y c return to Uhe b~u'. B Tue boil on my Lioge bas gone."
DONNYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870
DONNYBROOIK. E Moreman, Donnybrook flour mills puote as folllow : Flour, £12 1Ca per ton Bran, s1 4d per bushel Pollard Is 6d per bushel KYNETON. Flour £10o 10 Maize, 5s to 5s 3d Bran, is Wheat 4a to 4s 5d Pollard, s Id Oats, 38. Od to 3o 2d Rye grass seed, 6s to 7s do, Potatoes, £3 5s per ton
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870
UO.Y[IER01AL IN ELLraIEA1NOR KILMORE. George Hudson quotes- Oats, Colonial, 3s to 3s 3d per bushbl Bran, 1e per bushel Pollard, is 4d per bushel Hay, new L3 5s to L3103 per ton Chaff, 43 per ewt Potatoes, 3S to 3a 6d per owt John J Reilly quotes : Oats 3s 3d to 3S Sd per bush Bran ls 2d do Pollard la 43 do Hay 13 10s per ton Chaff 4b per cwt Potatoes L3.5s to L3 5l per ton
(To the Editor of the Free Press.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870
(To the Editor of the Free Press.) M?I EXDITO--I deem it my duty to call your. tab rnti?n to b,, adverti?etrent e:f. tle Joooort for. the "nrfit o` 1,e Be:eto'ent Sci'ty.. I consider it. a flhgrant omission on your p...t, that you did not inform the p'ublie generair in the local news, that acCorr.ing to "an adrertiecment it. another crlumrn," than Mrs Tiainot, Mrs Fleury, and Mre Biddle, were to king st he Concert, By iraerting this, I believe you would advanco the intercats of the Society, as I am sure, when generally known that these ladies would give their services, the hall would to orowded. KING BILLY.
ARCHÆOLOGICAL AND TOPOGRAPHICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870
ARGILCEOLOGIC L AND TOPOGIRAPHIIOAh NOTES. The studetb :If Irish history will ploasurably r call to memory the period about sevenly years be a fore the birth of Ohrist, when UTJh Feil, the son Of re( Finn, descended from leremon, the Irish aOcer ot of the Melisian line, reigned monarch of Ireland,' tC Havingmade the periodical regal viitatioa of hi c kingdom, bestowed the usual monarchal presedn the, to the provincial kings and princes, and reoirad - from them the splendid entertainments and hbopital Fo ities due to the Irish monarchs and their royal O retinue, :having divided the kingdom ioto but provinces, oondtrmed Tinue in his kingshiP 0 ler Connioht Fearghus in Ulster, Ro'ss in Leintii and Tiernach, in Munster, reserving for hilrlelt Meath and West seasth as the' principality of Tn TboUg to be attached to the monarchy, and haviog i i? progress through the kingdom had aCincss poo h count of theunion and amity the Irsah prin0es ha among themslele' at this timea , and beingt pore ...
Saturday, 15th October. (Before J Fynn, & W Spurling, Esqs, J.P s) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870
Saturday, 15th October: (Before J Fynn, &: WSpurling, Esqs, J.P s) SSilvester . O'Dea and.:,ichael 'Jordan; charged withIibeing drunk and disorderly, were eacti cautioned and discharged. Mlib Ann Wilson on a cb:,rg f ....
Friday, October 14. (Before A P Akehurst, Esq, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870
Friday, October 14. (Before A P Akehurst, Esq, P.M.) The police per Charles Knight v John Crerar and John Wdliams, for wilfully tres. passian on premises, and refusing to. leave when ordered. :'Fined 20s each, with 7s Gd costs,.ia default seven days imprisonment. Pedres Andaras, charged by Constable Savage with being drunk and disorderly, was fined:20s or 48 hours. imprisonment.
Tuesday, October 18. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870
ilo Tuesday, October 18. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M.) an Mary Ann Wilson was brought up ona a charge of lunacy. he Margaret Power, sister of accused, deposed ,ti, that her sister had left her house repeatedly, he and on Friday last she threatened to kill her bhe baby, and afterwards left the house and went ,ile on the Broadford Road. She said her hus band was in the town and hiding from her, and accused witness of trying to conceal in him. Committed to the Asylum. 3r Frank Tierney, charged with being drunk ed, and disorderly, pleaded not guilty, and was ec. fined l0s or twenty four hours implison to ment. Edward Barron, Mary Barron, John Tra all vers, and Mary Ann Travers, were charged witL assaulting Hugh Peters, a railway a- laborer at Tallarook, on the evening of the d 13th instant. Mr Twigg appeared for each Ad of the accused. From the evidence in tha case it appeared that the whole affair was a drunken row, in which the accused, only e little less than complainant got so...
Monday, Oct 18. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq. P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870
Monday, Oct 18. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq. P.M.) Edward Barron, on a charge of assault, was remanded to the 18th. John Crough, charged with wilful damage to private prorerty, was fined £5, and or. dered to pay 6s damages, in default one month imprisonment. Same, on a charge of drunkenness, was cautioned. Same, for resisting and assaulting police in execution of duty, was .fined 20s or 14 days imprisonment. Same, for using obscene words in a public place, was fined £5 or one month's im. prisonment with hard labor. John Houston, charged with indecent ex. posure, was remanded for medical enquiry.
ARRIVAL OF THE SOMERSETSHIRE, WITH FOUR DAYS' LATER NEWS. LATER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870
AR RIVAL OF TIHE SOMERSET SHIRE, WITH FOUR DAYS' LATER NEWS. By the arrival of the, Somersetehire we are put in possession of four days' later particulars of events in Europe; From the Western Daily Mercury of August 16th we compile the following items: B&TTLE BEFQREB METZ. VICTQUgTITQE TAP JiUe55W.- The Prussians have ivon a victory before Metz. No details have yet been received. (LATER TELEGaA2iI) (PiUssIAN OFFICIAL AccoVu ) Berlin; 15th Aug. The Queen hasjust received the following despatch from the Ring, dated Henry : "'"A victorious battle has taken - place before Metz, in which our seventh' and first corps d'armie were engaged. "No details have as yet arrived. " fproceeded immediately to the battles field." ___- ·
Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870
I A special meeting of the Board of Mana gement of the Khlmore Hospital was held on Frid y afternooh for the purpose of in, specting the grounds and ordering necessary a works. The members present were Messrs r Hunt (Vice-President, in the chair), Lar-. nach (hon sec), Hayes, Wilson, Bosseice, Reilly, and Drs Nicholson and Semple. A resolution was arrived at affirming the de sirability of levelling the yard from the I kite' ea towards the gate, and, on the motion of Mr Hayes, a sub-committee was appointed to procure professional assistance and bring up an estimate of the probable expense of the undertaking. It was also moved and carried that specifications for building an extra wing (in skeleton) to the hospital be procured, after which the meeting rose. Messrs James Maxfield, John Yorston, and Henry Philbrick have been appointed additional trustees of the cemetery, Broads ford. The Board of Education announces its intention to appoint Christopher M'Crae a member of the Darreweitgui...