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

SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS --0- Tq J. GE OG EGAN, Is now Showing ,ov! ces in Milline'ry ,lack and Colored Silk. Flowers and Feah ers [lain and Fane/ Dresses latls and Fonnels reins and Brown tollann?s Parasols m?d S?&aq, Thces anl Glares Silk Jackets and Shav: 7"immins and G Pe uftnery -0 A L S .a LARCGE and Well-assorted STOCK of Mhen's anli Boy's CLOTHIDNG, BOOTS and SEOES. -0-- sxcellcnt vslue in Calioaes, Flannels, Shirtinge, Tickinge, and Bl.:akes., T: J. GEOGHEGAN, Commercial Hlouse, Sydney strect, Kilmore;

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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DONNYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

DONNYBROOK. E Moreman, Donnybrook flour mills quote as ?llio0.n : Flour, £12 i?s per ton Bran, le 4d per bushel Pollard Is 6d per bushel KYNETON, Floor £10 10s Ms;ze, Se to 5s 34 ,ran, 1, Wheat 4a to 4s d Pollard, Is Id Oats, 3a Od to 3s 21 Rye grass seed, 6e to 7s do. Potatoes, £3, 5s per. ton

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

COMElRCi. AL IN £ELLIGLNOL E KILMORE. GJeorde ITu.-on quotes : Oats, Colonial, 3S to 33s 3d per buehla Bran, la per buboel Pollard, ls 4d per bushel Tay, new L3 5s to L3 10s per ton Ohaff, 4s per cwt Potatoes, 3s to 3s Gd per cwt John J Reilly quotes : Oats 3s 3d to 3, 63 per bush, Bran Is 24 do Pollnrd 1e 41 do Hay L3 10 per ton Chaff 43 per ewt Potatoes L"3 5 to L3 15s per ton

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MAN WAS MADE TO MOURN. [IMITATION.] [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

MAN WAS MADE TO MOURN. [IMITATIoN.] Whilst mudin; in the midnih:t hour, Or lan'.i;:g o'er a task, Steala fre,uontly the pensive thought- And f .rysealf I ask: Of poets, why required to sing That man Ras made to mourn,' Whet ev'ry day renews th?e tale Ofev'ry beiig born? From being's dawn until the hour' Exzii;ct the lifer shall be Is but" a round of blise undone Of morr'd human:ity. The infant helhlA.'s on t to b'eaa' Unconecious fe l forlsrn ; Its cries misunderstood i?p!ie?' That man wae madb to'mourh: Say pleasant opds the sprihn of life-- Propitious summbr shinee-= Arid then the o an 11W di't Genipt--' E`tnplt frdii'sul#ringlinec; The most of infant budding pointu' The ft.fire brahobihg tree,, But o'er it hangse he dark'ning olou-t1 1t Ouear'd is' the ground for thee." How msoy With frame., in life therear j' ltneeasonably worn I.-. The years' slow moving them hath taught5 That man was made to mourn. From hin on highest em'nence perched,' 'Td abject slkvery, Ihatruots the studio...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Friday, October 21. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

---, E a POLE O USlT. Friday, October 21. (Bfore A. p fftneA. P* ikehburst, Esp, p.M) o?exu r a * t up on remand charged to the Ue. Dr Nicholeon ge testi hipa P eprelsea d ing of werak intellect, and s,, 8r a emopre sed him self to the efect that the t o t gor guee than fool, and as he was antr gisnoet outrage he would order him h 1 apri lmn ilmore gol fI o twelve calender 'aiot, for debt. It 'T .d a' sa, ered tr ?erved th a. .... for o mou< Dels?nrv IR :.n, for fo:- nc r itun" :.ida coo! Snm?t J::h .'. : Laughlan and Parick R.'an, for L4 5 S? O:dar fr :.mouut, an'] S 63 cOta. -i nn v T::rrn'y, for ne,'u?t. Mr Twigg fol* conm lia'nsrrt. Dt fendnl, t rppplic' f'r witrr, es to leaLr the court durirnn the hoting oir the ca:?. John Fynn denooed ,hat on Mon ray afternoon 1.: went into Evana' rhop in Srdn y :treat, and ' fendant was sitting there arid haii a pint of hbir beside him ; he etood up a.nd hit witner, wi!,th tie pint pot on the arm and face. Defendant cries-examined ...

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INTRAORDINARY SERMON BY THE REV. H WARD BEECHER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

TITROP DINARY SERMON BY THE REV. II WARD BEECHE1I. Erery Monday the New York Herald prints a ret Snime of discourses del:vered on the prerious day by relebrared Amcrican preachers, and prefacr-a it repcrt by adrrcripti n o' the toilets, and thie names ef the most ditinguished worshippers whom its in ceferi~atle specible met at the vvrious churcces, The lolonhi' is a Eummary of Mr Ward ileechers' tnie eoursa on the 13th instant ;-The eubljct was "'T'e liidden Gspel," the '&h chapter, the 3rd and 4th aries II Corinthians. Au anal ais of the facaby of lerctpon, with a deI:neation of the rationale of mantal blindness, formed the outent of the diecourse, This kind of inst'uction is oharac'eristic of Mr .eaehlr. The sermon was rather above the average. 'I hold the understanding has no power o' form, no ornrption without the help of the feelings." This is one of Mr Beecher's "lire thought.." Ee had to illustrate the trrtth that men are mentally blind about that to which they have n...

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

IM~POIUNDINGS. ALaXAInTA -Impounded at Alexandra: Roan horse, like ,ir. nore ehoulder (the NF conjoined) ; bay mare, emall etar, saddl marked, as off shoulder; bay or brown horse, Jul conjo'ined near shoulder, w near hip, a off neck, wa ove- 211 off shoulder; scar off rump; If not claimer and expenses paid, to be sold on 9 h November 1870. A AB aSrnoGe, Pound keeper. ELPInINSTONE -Impounded at Elobinstono. White heifer, yellow spotted, like ý off sboulder; cheanut mare, long s'ar, EW off shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid to be sold on 16:h Nov ember 1870. L COATES, Poundkeener. Kr.LKALLo.-Impounded at calkello. Light strawberry heifer, no visiblo brand. If not claimed and oxpenses paid, to he ad on 16.h November 1870. W B GAOnD, Pcuntrh eper. LANCEFIELD -I-nonunded at Lancefi.ld. Black filly, white etripe dow, tlhe face, no brarnd visible; brown mere, stor, O near 'houdler; bay foal cob, whito face, both hind fetlocks white, no trands visible; bleak h ,rse, white r.lips dou...

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Monday, October 24. (Before J Fynn, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

Monday, October 24. (Before J Fynn, Esq., J.P.) James Scott, on a charge of being drunk and disorderly, was discharged, but was fined 10s for using obscene language. Daniel Moore and James Hardy, charged with drunkenness, were discharged: The Thames Advertiser, N:Z., has the following respecting on extraordinary animal, that has been captured at Porter's Creek :-This animal was caught in a swamp by dogs; the legs, or arms and l'gs, were tied, and it was lodged in a vacant room in Mr Barker's store; and now for the description. This Leoi gorilla has, it is stated, a head somewhat like a native, but two tusks stick out, one on each side of the head. The body is as dark as that of a Maori, with hair on the atms and laes. He gructs somewhat like a pig. So far for the description. Tne animal is apparently mio.llanerus enough in his feeding, for we are informed that he eats potatoes, piecrust, and ruts. We are info:med that he is to be brought over here for public cxi.iition, and we must ...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

ýi'BLarS-D Ta`asnDA Ie02NING. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1870. The heavy rain of Monday last seems to have been general throughout the colony. The floods in this district were fully as severe as at any time. during the year, and the Beechworth mail, due in Kilmore at one o'clock a.m. yesterday, has not yet arrived. A board sat yesterday at the Kilmore Courthouse, to investigate charges brought by Superintendent Greene against Constable Morrisson, and also. counter charges of a serious nature brought by the latter against the former; As the inquiry was conducted privately the resultis not yet known, but we understand that the evidence taken does not redound to. the credit of Mr Superintendent Greene. NEw IsoL VENT--James Cushin, KiI more, laborer. Causes of insolvency: Through having br6kon his arm, and want of employment. Liabilities, £92 3s 10d d; assets, £18; deficiency, £79 3s 10d Mr Jacomb, official assignee. Book If. of the "Innocents Abroad," pub'ished by Geo Robertson, Melbourne, ...

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INDIA AND THE EAST. Galle, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

INDI& AN)i THE EAST. dalle, October 4. Captain Gilmore will wait till next mail. There is great' improbability of England being embroiled in the war. Subscriptions ara being raised throughout India, Ceylon, and the Eist for the relief of the wounded on both sides; and the widows and orphans. It is rumoured that there will be a temi porary discontinuance of the French mail steamers. The schooner David and Jessie for Melt bourne became stranded in Colombo harbor when nearly loaded, Fears are entertained fo. her safety. Steamers conveying the Singapore cable and the staff passed through the canal There is an interruption of the Red. Sew cable Bombay, September ?8: The' ?'i'porary picnic at Allahabid subt sided on the reinforcement of Europea' troops arriving The natives manifest great intere~t ifi thd European war The case of the Captain of the Teresa has been disnissed

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DIARY OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

DIARY OF THE WAR. ----^---k- Tho f.low'ng recumeo of.the events o' t' .var, ar rnng d in o'lron'logical order, will, ni d u'), aul?, revier; to comprehmnd the sequcno. of the oe.ia tione : July 14. The Fronch Government calls oul thi army reEerres 1 N' Oilidi r announces in the Legis'ative Tldr, amidst groea chomsing, that Franca hid retolrhi to nkoe wa's. (a.-reecectement io Paris, an:' rors hrong thi Boulo?sr.1,, sint;,in the MirAell:i", e? s'loutint Vivae n Guorre. The King of Prus. i; rriis at, Bprlin from Emp, and iB receive- by upwards (f 100 009 psrsonB, wajo cheered him and sang tho Nstion-l<Antbem 1G- Tne Emperor receives the membcrs of i9o Senate a~ St Clsud, aad IM Rouher, in an addresj, says :-Your Majesty has oecupied the last follr jers in pefeoting the armament and. the organisation ii the army 18. The Leeildative Body grants war crediti o, 515,C00 000. franc. -. , . * r~I .. r'.mTn Pfnrl;.smnnt otts ?l)pn i a , 21 The North Wrman rarl??ao nt vu~s?? '?'?rr ...

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

AMERICA MoRst-r picinics of GerM'an citizens have been held to celebrate the German victories over the French. The Pennsylvania coal strike, after lasting four months, has been terminated by a com. promise, A calamitous fire had occurred at Chia cago. Extensive fires have been raging in the woods round Ottaviaz. Many lives andi much property have been destroyed. The Red River expedition reached Foirt Garry: Riel decakn6pe

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LATE TELEGRAM THE WAR. London, Sept 30 [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

LAITl T ELEG IAA1 THE WAR. London, Sept 30 Negotiations of the neutral powers for an armistice continued till the middle of Sept tember, exciting gre t hopes in Paris Prussia refused to accept their interfert ference, considering that t-e iNew French Government afforded no guarantee of the durability of any peace M. Thiers undertook a mission to Lon' don, and on the 13th September saw Lord Granville and Count Berustoff, but his mis sion was fruitless He afterwards proceeded to St Petersburg and was received on the 19th by Prince Gortschakoff, but not by the Czar or Czaro' witch Jules Favre issued a circular on the 18th declaring the watchwords of the next French election to be " Peace and Liberty." The majority of the Corps Legislatif had not represented the country in plunging into war. He proceeded to Meaux, and had an interview with Bismarck on the 19th. He offered Prussia compl to incdemnification of the coats of war, and the demolition of the fortifications of Metz and Strasbou...

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CHINA AND JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

CHINA AND JAPAN.: There is no siettlement of the affair at Tien Tsin. The Chinese are preparing for war. They are buying arms gnd massing troops Foreigners are in d:nger. M~ nry are le vi ing the northern ports. The French Minister's irms are not ace ceded to The Japafise bave declared war on the Corea'ns .It is a'pFrelended that there may be a fighthetween the French and Prugiian men of a'r in a :t Twi' Gerimivnessels with eearal car.oes afid coals. W ? sbeen ,ptured by a French gunboat oo; ,iigapore

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

CONCERT. On Friday evening last, pursuant to an nouncement, the Kilmore Glee Club, just recently established, assisted by the Kilmore Ethiopians, gave a concert in the Mechanics' Institute on behalf of the funds of the Ladies' Benevolent Society, and it was cer, tainly one of the best entertainments of the' kind ever seen in the town, and plainly illustrates the not unimportant fact that in' our midst are vocalists and mudiciaans of no' mean ability. Soon after the doors' vere thrown open the' seat's l.ecan.d' suddenly filled, so that those who arived a little late found it absolutely necessary to be contenti with standing room. Mr H'arcourt' Lee, the well known pianist,' acted as ednditctoa,. an4 the concert was opened by that gentle man and Mr Heath' playing a pretty over tur0; the latter performing oh the flute. The gleer' "The Carnoeale," "See our Oars," and' 6ne'from Oberon' iii Fairyland, were well rendered; and the charming trio, "Come whe~rt my Love Lies Dreaming,' by Messrs...

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SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. LONDON, Sept 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 October 1870

SPECIAL- TELEGRAMS. Lo~Db#, Sept 26. The Italian troops have',, bedpied Rome after a slight resistance. Thb Pope is at the Vatican Paris is coinpl1tel ' invested 'o0il has capitdlated trasbooi'g and Metzt still bold out Thb' pbacef negotiations bstween Jules lvivfoand Biemarck, involving the cession of Alstaeb and Lorraine, were broken oftl and a Frehch levee on masse was ordered At the British Association meetings at tiverpool the colonial question was discussed, and a resolution passed in favour of main taining and improving good relations between the empire and the colonies The movement for Australian federation is warmly supported by the English press Sir John Young is raised to the peerage as Baron Lisgar Sir Henry Young is dead SEPT. 80: The St Leger stakes were won by Mr His lop's Hawthornden. Lord Falmouth's King, craft and:Wheeler were second and third General Henry Cooper is made Colonel of the Cameronian Highlanders An Oriental Bank dividend is deblarbd of 12 per cent Mr ...

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

ADVERTISEMENTS, °ATURDAY, 291H OCTOBER. Household Furniture, &c; W. L. SAWELL AS received instructions to sell by auction at the Royal Oak Hotel, Kilmore, on Saturday the 29th instant, at 1 o'clock Large quantity of Household Furniture, con. siating of Bedsteads, Tables, Ohairs, &a, &c. AUCTION NOTICE. W, L. Sawell " EGS reepectfully to inform the inhabitants of D Seymour and the surrounding districts that he will hold regular monthly auction sales in the town. ship; of Seymour of live stock, farm produce, goods and chattels of every description. Particulars and ida e of sale in next week's issue. Bills will also b posted for the same. W. L. SA tt ILL, Aucuo'toiB d V& aLUATOR, Kilmore. SATURDAY, 29TH OCTOBER.. W. L, Sawell I A.S re-eived instructions from the owner to. sell i- by auction on Saturday the 29th October, at ttie Royal Oak Sale Yards, at 1 o'clock Team of eight working bullocks, young and sound, with dray and tackling complete. FOR SALE. (...

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

4 .ESPRS GORDON & GOTCH, or Collirs stree L welt, Melbourne, have been appointed agent r this Journal. Mr GOOCI, Ballarat, has been appointed agent this journal. LONDON AGENCY. THE FREE PRESs may be read gratuitously in Lon on, at the'News Rooms of Mfesars GoRDoN and Golca, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and subscriponu for the same are received, THlE KIIMORE TREE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERI THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. ,fHE terms or advertiing in the Kihnore Free Press are as under : TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE PER INCOH. A reduction of ten per cent will be made for Idvertitemellta ordered a~r 0ne6 ontli twent' nor eot for two montha; and tlhirty-thrlee per cetoc for brEe montho :-buyond whicih lime a apeooll arrange mer.t will be 010ds. The term! of Ia !'aertin to tihe KilmoreFoe Press ciii }, e lii per q i: u rtn, Ltti 73 G61 if poead the C Utry. liep Quoortere for ,itl';-rir'h r. In the Trsa Prees he.1~imbir, and z3 o ticcertllwt, 1?ereot, ClIC 't~t iil ...

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

LE r!Ll" 1itE?EI .E. (FRO THE A.USTRAILASLA-Y.) It would seem a: if we were threatened with serious loases aga in from pleuro phiu monia. I difi etiit parts of the colony the deaths are imre numerous than for several years pat, at d t?n disea-e still holds its own, it it is not aetuil' . ganlhli.g ground, in many ut' the h rdda 'Xei e, south Wales and Quttieei.a::1. 1' ge erral opinion '1)lears to he t':t: eu::;t'e diseaes of this sort r : !, I.!se their \'rhu nee, and become o "ii - ..c' te' " til e hecomne widely dis se'i a'ii f"o 0 the tra!cts of country in which t '.: . ii : ... either' o' wing to tihe climaa!ic in' I.: 'us b ing less fe:uurable to their' eConrti .' , ,' to the virs, of ion tagiav bc,:u': ,_ c:bled by passing thirough -: r::. r a.ts Of fresh animhals, as it were. WhicICevel may be the true cause, the etlcet is : ii:hat, 'tlthoughl the decline or loss of t:,,er in a once virulent disease :,ks place very gradually(. Of the disteases of this nature n" hil have caus...

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

ADVERTISEMENTS. G ENERAL HOLI DAY PRINCE OP WALEB' ]IRTHDAY. WEDNESDAY, 9rrn NOVEMBER, 1870. ODDFELLOWS' ANNIVERSIRY Will be held at the Kilmore Agricuitural Society's Show Yards. Full particulars in Programmes. Admieein ;-One Shilling. Tenders wanted before 8 o'cleo'r on Thursday 8td November, 1870, for supplying refreshments at the Oddfellows' Anniversary, Particulars at the Red Lion Hotel, Kilmorr., VEEKLY TRIBUNE will appear on the 28th. Price 3d. Oficeo-32 Queen street, Melbourne. IMIPORTANT NOTICE. MR. I. DAVIS bees to state that at the request of the public in future :Ie Terms for DANCING will be 13, per Quarter, paid by instalmente 15 weekly in advance. NOTICE. TEE Sheep kept on the run known as Worrough, I and situated near Seymour, are infected with noab. Dated this 15th day of October, 1870. 0. & Ml. M'KENZIE, N O T I C E. THE Sheep kept on the run known as Tallarook, and situated near Tallarook Township, are infected with scab. Dated this 15th day of October, 187...

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