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BATTLE ON THE MOSELLE. FOUR HOURS' FIGHTING. PRUSSIANS REPULSED WITH GREAT LOSS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870

BATTLE ON THE` MOtSELLE. FOUR: IOUJL8' FIGHITIKG . PRus?l?NS IREPULSED WITH GREAT LOSS. A telegram from the Emperor states that the Prussians attackede the Frencli wiile crossing the Moselle yesterday. After four hours', fighting,, the .Prussians were repulsed with great loss. FURTHER PARTICULARS. Paris, 15Th August, 9.30 a.m, A despatch of the Emperor's dated Longuel ville, 10 o'clock Sunday nigh, arysa'; r, " The French army commenced to cross e over to the left bank of the Moselle this 1 morning; the reconnoitering party annouu d ced the presence of the Prussian vanguards. is When one-half of the army had crossed, the e Prussians attacked in great force, and after e afight, which lasted four hours, were re,. pulsed with considerable losses. A despatch of the Prefect of the Meuse states the Prus 1 sians to be at Vigneulles, n "Another despatch from the Prefect of 3, the Vosges, announces the approach of the n Prussians on the Moselle d "The French engineers hate blown up - two bri...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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THE TURCOS AT WEISSENBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870

THE TURCOS AT WEISSENBU "RG. -4--c--- "The lsb Regiment of Turcos," says a French paper,." distinguisheditself extremely at the battle of Weissenburg.. This brave iegiment justified the reputation it enjoyed in the army of Africa. By an cxceptional chance it has always had leaders. of courage and activity. This regiment, so well in structed, so we?l disciplined, and so manage, able in the hands of its oficers,. is ignorant on one point which it cannot master. It will not understand the signal to retreat. When the clarion calls to.mess, to parade, to practice, the obedience of the men is in stantaneous, and if the charge is sounded they bound forward like lions; but in the matter of retreating, all the trumpets in the world cannot make them hear. This heroic ignorance was the cause of 50( Turcos being made prisoners at Weissenburg. They dasbed upon the Prussians, taking no notice of what happened behind them. They de st~oyed everything in their way. A regii ment of the Royal Guard wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870

ADVERTISEMENTS. 18 Co Amateur Concert In Aid of the Funds of the LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY Mechanica' Institute, Kilmofe, FR1DAY, 21sT OCTOBER, 1870, Musical Conductor ..... Mn eltncousv Lan PROGRAMME : F.,. 1sT PART. By the kilmore 'Glee Club. P Overture-Flute and Piano...Mdeasra Heath and Le., GiE?.-- Pho Carnivala - Song-Tell mn Mary how to woo thee--Mr Bresnan B Duett-Oar Couaia's Birthday-M-isses Trainor and K Glcc--Poe our O.re- Fleury Song-Will-'o.tho Wisp ... ... Mr Davis 1 Duett-The bark speeds gaily-Miaset Biddle and s' Trainor 8L Interval of Five Minutes. Glee-From Obei on in Fir land-- a pong--Take back theoe Gems ... Misr Fleury Dueti-Larhoard Watch-lssras Breenan and Psr r wood of Solo and Chorus- The Good old Songs-Mr Ieatbl Trio--Come where ,,y Love Lies Dreaming-Messes f Bresnan, Harwood, and HBa'h n Gl--Tickling Triu- p Interval of Ten Minutice, -0 2ND PART. Bly the Kilmore Ethiopians. O0verture-Wrcckcr's Daughter .. Compary Chorus-Dinah's Wed: ing ... Do t Bdilad...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870

It will be remembere that about a week ago a man 01 cf the name of Nolan gave information to the police ag that-he wes stuc?-up nisr Prince's Bridge, by two be men, the description of whom he gave. Aciong upon g] this report the poliee, after considerable reaearch, to, succeeded in arresting two aren, clceelyanswering the h description given by the supposed victim, and on ee their arrival at Melbourne to answer the charge, the lit compl.inant was nowhere to be founc:. This is by to nO means the only case of the kind, and points to a defect in the law, which ahould make it punishable co for persons giving information which they are not efi willing, or possibly not in a position, to substantiate, co It is eurrmieed that, in thia instance, there was no fri sticking up at all, and that the complainant was i merely desirous of playing a freak at the expense of n the authorities. A police constable is always stationed gr at Pince's Bridge, and as the alleged robbery is said oL to have bee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870

1-SSRS GOORDON" & GO-CBH, o Oollins stree WI west, Melbourne, have been appointed agent ' this Journal. fr a000H, Ballarat, baa been appointed agent this journal. LONDON .AGENCY, TE Pas's PaEss may be read gratuitously in Lon on, st the News Booms of Messrs GoaDon and UOOlo, 181 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and subseripons tor the same are received, THE KILIPORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDIEY STREET, KILMOR?. ,BE terms or adverti?ing in the Kilmore Ahee roUs are as under a TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENOE PER INOH. A reduotion of ten per cent will be made for idvertisements ordered for one month; twenty per sot for two months; and thirty-three per cent for bre months :--beyond which time a special arrange mnt will be made. The terms of suhsoription to the Kilraorea ee Pews will be Os 6d per quarter in town, and 7s 6d if posted the countrJ, Ihs Quarters for subscription to the Free Press / ill commence on the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd September, and ...

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ARREST OF THE ABSCONDER HARRIS AT AUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 20 October 1870

4 RREST OF THE ABSCONDER HARRIS AT AUCKLAND. -o We take the following from the. Southern Cross of September 24: "Thomas 1~ascelles IUarris, the man who was cleerly apprehended, o Tkursday even iag in the very apt of getting on board, the, barg4ue Stanton, bound for New Xordl, was 1rough.t up at the ppyI9o Couih yesterday, and remaided. Tnl.amount of money foUnd ip the prisoner's possession at tbl time of lhis arrest was £17A in gold ;. a4& as the sum qriginally %tolen was £6?. be has appar nutly ganaged to di?Lburse hip money pretty reely. Accordipg to. report, after he came lere froma Wellington, h0. qhanged his. name and his residence almort daiy, fitting aboIt before the detectives like a. wil~-o4tbhe.wiap. At qne ltime he was, heard of at Oehunpga, snqn at Official Bay, andagain, at tihe North, .horo. Never.tblesa, by dizt of constant perseverance, and thq exercise of, qever ceasing vigilince, the police contrived to follow up his trail closely-an operation bhich was som...

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CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

CONTINENTALr; A feeling of di.trust, dread,.and watchfub ness is prevailing thliioghout Europe. flgium has eitehded her troops oii the line of frontier. ~taly has arrested- . aznzini;· calodly watches Caprera: Victor.Emmanuel has been offered bribes by both France and Prussia; buv has maini tained strict neutrality. The Pope is aniious and fearful; A new ]Ministry is formed at Lisboi and Saldanah has been sent to London. Attempt# to; establish a revolutionary Government in Roumania have failed. The leaders have been arrested, The Australian Diets have been convoked i' consequence of the war. The Russian Government is said to be opposed to tte dismemberment of France. Turkey has only armed half her reserve. Troops have been called out. The Swiss troops are sent home agvin. A deputation of citizens of Nice, seeking severance from France have had an inter view With the Italian Foreign Minister,

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NEWS VIA BRINDISI. London, Sept. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

NEWS VIA: BRINDISI Loudon, Sept; 11, The Con.tituent Assembly of France is to consist of 750' members; Eighty thousand ~ ,rdB Mobile and' Oii hund~red' thousand troops have arrived atl Paris; Trentyaii Gernin Catholic pl'ofesio'ra of law, medicine, and philology have subi scribed to' the declaration of theological professors against the (Ecumenical Council. Her Majesty's turret ship' Captain foun' dered off Cape Finisterre 6d the 7th Sep-` tember in a gali,- and the' bbats and spars have been' folind' by the ships in° her cbom pany. Five hundred' met' wer6' on bard, Captain Burgoyne commanding,- Captain Cowpor Coles was on: board;, also the dons of Lord Northbrook and Mr Childers as midshipmen:

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ARRIVAL OF THE AVOCA WITH THE SEPTEMBER MAILS FROM ENGLAND. THE WAR. FIGHTING AROUND PARIS. GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, Sept 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

ARRIVAL or THE AVOCA WITH TILE Si PTEMBER MAILS FROM ENGLAND. ------- T HE WA R, PIGHTING AROUND PARIS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAP ) (From The Argus) GENERAL SUMMARY. LoNDoN, Sept 10. The battles around Metz from the 15th to ·he 18th Aufgust, planned by Count Von Moltke, t~ stop the retreat of the Feeneb, were perfeitly successful, The carnage was fearful and the bravery on both sides was unsurpassed; The French stood and died, and the t'rcu.ians advanced and died. Num. bers and pertinacity won the day. The losses were over 100,000, The whole country was covered with the dead` and wounded. The Parisians were deluded by the Go vernment as to the result. The march of the Crowu Prince was un' interupted from Wmrth to' Chalons, but there W'Mahon's strategetie 'move riorth ward prevented his march on Paris: M'Ma, lion, contrary to the Emperor's order, de. termined to extricate Bazaine fr;oni' Metz, but the attempt was found impracticable in the face of the vigilant and outnmbering Prussians, T...

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THE PACK OF CARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

THIE PlACI OP, CAMDS. A nobleman in London, who kept a great number of servants, reposed considerable confidence in one of them, which excited considerable jealousy in the others, who, in order to prejudice their master against him, aceused him of being a notorious gamester. Jack was called up and closely interrogated, bus he denied the fact, at the s?:e time dei claring he never played a card in his life, To be more fully convinced the gentleman or. dered him to be searched, when, behold, a pack of cards was found in his pocket. Highly incensed at Jack's want of veracity, the nobleman demanded in a rage how he dared to persist in an untruth. " ily lord" replied Jack, " I certainly do not know the meaning of a card; the bundle in my poc ket is my almanac." Your almanac, indeed, then I desire you to prove it. "Well, sir, I will begin:-There are four suits in the pack; that intimates the four quarters in the year. As there are thirteen cardi in each suit, so there are thirteen weeks i...

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HEATHCOTE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

HE ATHCOT]E According to the Times, the following prices r.uy Lor colonial produce at Hesathote : Flour L12 to 112 10 per ton Whleat 4s Sd to 4e 9d per bushel; Oats 3s 6d to 49 do Cape tarley 25 6d to S, 91 do, Maimo 78 do P.ran I Od Jo Pollard le 31 do Potetors £5 per ton Tray £3 to £4 do Thaff LS to £6 do Butter (rood fresl,) is 2" per 1"b Eggs 1l oye dozen

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THE HOPE OE FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

TIIH HiOPE ?E FRANCE. As Von Mfolke was hardly known to readers out of Prusaia anterior to the splendid campaign which ended at Sadowa, so the man to whom will be due whatever of successful strategy shall characterise the French arms in the coming war is as yet unnamed. General Louis Jules TrocLu is to.day undeniably the best soldier of France. HIe is now fifty-five years of age. A gradus ate of the Staff School at St Cyr, he was made lieutenant in 1840, and promoted to a captaincy in 1813 His first staff service was with that fiue soldier, Bugeaud, in Al geria." Chef d'escadron and major in 1846, and ,lieutenantcolonel in 1853; his first European service was in the Italian camoi paigu. At the commencement of the Crit mean war he was made chief of the general staff, and by reference to Kinglake's history it will be eein that in all conferences wit1 Lard Raglan Trochu, rather than St Arnaud or Canrobert, was sokesnau on the p.,rt of France. Throughout the campaign, having been made G...

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BENALLA Thursday, [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

-- - BENALLA ~hu' day, Tha Fnwig:i reportB th9 follo'nog as the pIic s rule £'10r, £10 to £10 Ilk pqrrCtPf I ,3, per hushei ]inn,1 do 2! 6i to 3as s

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

TASMANIA. From the Hobart Town Mercury we take the following:- tWe have had placed at our disposal a tele~rani by a gentleman in town, conveying oo`, ne?;Ws ifri-o Back Crook, Mr Mlorrison, llth ·:riui?g regi tra,, had arrivcd in Lbro n: ceston.. He reports that the Back Creek Company, Piper's River, have struck the true gutter, and obtained fine prospects what has been previously worked is stated to be only a false bcttom. Under the arrangements with the contrac tors of the Launceston and Western Rail. way, mentioned in our colums yesterday, work was resumed on Wednesday afternoon. and we have it on reliable authority that hopes are entertained that the line will be opened for traffic in the last week of De cember. The decisions of the police courts defy comprehension. On what principle the magistrates mete out punishment has been long an enigma. A sentence of six weeks' imprisonment on a youg woman for the theft of a penny, or even threepence, as charged, and this after ten years'...

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DALMAROY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, October 19, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

I)ATMA.TOY OAMPREiLL A1TD CO'S 1REPORT. Melbourne, October 19, 1870. FAT C.~'TL -1075 haP i vnrr'ed ano disposed of to dPy a' n r lucerion of from 103 t 153 per head on het wF')l.' rotes, the qr'ldi'y on the ýholo bring or] hbut the ma,'lit wa. e?reepP'ngly dull througout, f.P;:,cia:ls it closinn rad o, the competition being .e!lllCt entirely rconfied to the lonl and ciontry l,u chers. We quot,* hv~et beef at 223 dd per 100 Is ; re, rr m 17e (,ir to 20 ; an-r we hero ve.lI 101 1 rrnne fore 'tr rWi.!irm Rohbertlon, et trcm 1. 10s t, £8; .?lso 325 hullne f.,r Meoers Christian and Co., from lurort Pieresnt Station, New Siuth WTales, at an averag o' £ 15.. Ti.~a draft looked ra. y fresh o:nsidrring they Ir d ber q" ven w eke on r,,. mad, the top pln bring b)ught by Mr Bigne'l,. f eaon-tono rtrert, a £9 2 fit. FAT t'A,.vEs - lho supply was moderase, demand panel for p ime sm'il 'nlers, which sold up to 0Ss, otheo.s at 12 61 up di, " FAT ritEEr.-30 751 yarerd ; lout one third of thlm ewes...

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STRASBURG AND KEHL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

STR ISB UI{G AND KELIL. The Paris correspondent of the Birming. haum Eo.d writes.-" And on the other side of the lthine, what is doing ? There all is silence o"nd mystery. While tho French bank is all alive, swarming with men and cnattle, trumpets blowing, lags flying, tongues wag~iug without a minute's respite; on the Gcrma nu side not a sound is heard, not a single thread of smoke is seen to issue from the chimneys. The country seems deserted. It is suppos:d that the Prussian soldiers have been ordered to lie down in the long grass and watch the French shore, as the only means of accounting fobr the absolute and deathlike stillness which prevails. The commander of the fort at Kehl had been re !placed, as it was well known that his sym pathies were French ; and before the bridge was cut off he was wont to spend his even ings in Strasburg, where he was highly po lpular. i'his good old fellow never could be made to comprehend that Kehl and Strasi burg were henceforth to regard each o...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET M. M'CAW AND ANOTHER, REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

M-ELB O URNE FRODUCE MAlKaE;T M. M'Aw.- AND ANOTHER, RErouT For the Week ending 19th October, 1870:-. Businees in tie produce markets very quiet, with. out much alteration in prices. FYour ruling from L12 5s to L ,210s according to brandsr Best samples of wheat 5p 101 to 6a,. with. a mod. erale 'emand. Oats are steady at unaltered rat's, via-3s 6d to 3s 7d for lair Pamples of Victorian feed, and 3s Ad to 39 9d for best quality Tasmanias and New Zealar d. Butter, both fresh and potted, is a trifbe easier, 7.d being highest price obtained to day. OCheese, unless for a few prime lots, was very dull. Below we give details-result ot actual sales. B a D. L a, D Flour, sk dad Victorian 12 5 0 to 12 10 0 seconds 10 0 0 to 11 0 0 Wheat, milling samp Vie. 5 6 to. 5 1 Cape barley 3 0 to 3 6 O3st 3 2 to 3 1 gye 3 0 to 3 0 Grass seed (perenniai) 5 0 to 6 0 Bran 1 1 Pollard 1 to 1 2 Hamo7 to 9 Olleeee 7 to 10 13roken and in:ferior 4 to 6 Bt tr, pQUted 0 0 5 to 0 0 1 Fresh LO 0 0 to 0. 12 0 La' to...

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THE BANK-FOTE FORGERIES AT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

TIlE BUL-. OTrE BFORGERIES AT BENALLA. The bankinote forger, Henry Dant, has been found guilty3 at the Beechwortli Ses sion., on several charges of forgery and uttering. The prisoner made a very inget nious defence, which the Chief Justice, before whom the cases were tried, character ised as one of the most plausible he ever heard. The prisoner said he steod in the dock as the victim of one of the most fiendish conspiracies to which Pa man was ever victim, a;nd the person who had injured him was George Cherry. He then said that he had been subject to attacks of rheumatic fever in his feet, and that Cherry had pretended to act the part of a good Samaritan to him, and attended upon him. le looked on him as his friend. Cherry, with his friend Williams, had plotted his (the prisoner'l) ruin. The l; isoner here went into a narrative of Cherry's history. Only six of the notes had been passed If it had been intended to get money for them as forgeries, they would not have been put under a r...

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SANDHURST [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

PA tDIIURST Messra L A?acplereon, and Co, report. Farm and Dairy Produce.-Thurendy 20th, Srtorday 2n2d.- We hav h han large supplies of bu'ter, &%, forward, and owing to the gnantity sold privately by larmers and dairymen in the di?trio`, and the imposaibiliy of po-tinn buller at this eo:aon with any eafety, it is irpossible to keep up mrrket ratea at auction. Our prices are from 61 to 8d per lb; cheese, 10d to s1: bacon, 6 Ito 9.1; ham., 13 ; honey, 63 (in requres'); potatoce, L21 03 to 1 ; poultry are only coming fort ward in. emall qiantitiea and are much wanted; orices still rule very high. Foals, 48 6d to Gs 6d ; ducks, 7a (scarce); rgeee, none fowari ; turkeys, 15' to 281 sand 30S per couple; p!geons, 2!; eggs, 131 to 14 per dczen.

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CAPTURE OF HEWSON THE MURDERER. (LAUNCESTON EXAMINER) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

CAPTURE OF IIEWSO_ TLE M 1U (LA?N;CESTON XA?MIERi) Since the perpelration of the horri;ic crime at the Genr;'d Iloypital, a fortuighlt ago, rumours had not been wanting as to the whereabouts of lioewcon, the suspected inurt derer of the old man ]Ieuinbotham, It was at first stated that he had beens seen at Logit ford, where he was reported to have sta. ed two or three days, and that he left on heart ing he was suspected of the murder, t:;ying he would go to Launceston, and set matters right, as ho could prove that he was e!se,, where at the time the murder was comnmitt:ed. The attention of the police was afterwards directed t the West Tatmar district, owing to a report being circulated to iae ci'ear th.;t liewson had been seen in that l:::ity Yesi terday, iiowever, Mr Cuultar, :-uperititendeont of police, receiviid a cuw;nunicalion from Mr i .lhony, esupecrilntletLteat " e?.bu,?ll dated 9 o'clck the previous evening, o the etiCet, it h i n l ii e w s, ing \Vjt tcb rini I it'iiLr 1 1...

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