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DONNYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 November 1870
DONNYBROOK. E Moreman, Donnybrook flour nmi;l quote as folllows : Flour, £12 ICe per ton Bran, Is 4d per bushel Follard Is 6d per bueshel KYNETON. Flour £10 10s Maize, 5S to 55 3d Bran, 1, Wheat 4e to 4s 6d Pollard, is Id Oats, 31 Od to 3" 2, lRye grase coed, 6. to 7s do Potatoes, £3 5S per ton
DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, October 26, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 November 1870
DAIlMAHOY CAMPhi IE1L AND CO'S REPORT, Melbourne, October 26, 1870. FAT CnaTLR.-1075 heal yarded and disposed of to r~o at a r.ductio:rn f frotm 10a t! 15s per head on leetr ek'' rate', the quolity on the whole being g odbut the ma ke,?wsa exice inrgly ig! ll throughbout, satrieily at e&klinj sal , the armpetition biirtg en!,rt et.'i'r 71 i.l to the o, al and e,:untry ltrwetr WIV quII' h. t bu?f at 22' 6d per 100 lbh i ..d tr IT 7 t.. t. l ; ar.d we have ? id 10 I.nrhir i.,, '1 r .\' ., rh,.ro eo,,, at from L6 10F to £S; alsoSr 3% 11ht.t ks f r AYe.rrs Christian and (I,, from Mourt .ies nrt tr.tion, Nw BS,uth Wahil, t an averge ?f £E 15'. T'his draftr looked iero irtsh cors;dtrirne t' y httd b en eleven weeke oIn t , roId, the top pe'- :,a b vlt.t by Mr Brgueil, of bw'e.rr Street, a, £9 2 6:1. FAT CALVtE fully suppliie, price, dCOwn 5s per hlad; be.t ?aialve?nrre, br uahr 45'. Fr SHEEP -18 611 tsa'h ert tholl!h the yrrds. The show on the whole was about r qual to lat. week ;...
PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Thursday, October 27. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 November 1870
FARILIAMEN TAR Y -4 LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL; -4.-a--- Thursday, October 27.; The fourth session of the sixth Parliament of Victoria was opened on Thursday by commission. In the Legislative Council proceedings were commenced at two o'clock, when His Honor Sir Redmond Barry, the commis sioner appointed to open Parliament, entered the chamber. and took his seat in the Presit dent's chair. The Clerk having read the proclamation calling Parliament together, the newly members for the South, South Western, and North Western Provinces: were sworn in in the usual manner. The Commissioner having retired, Mr Strachan moved that the Ion W H P Mitchell be appointed President of the Council. Mr Henty seconded the motion, which was adopted unanimously. The ?douse then adjourned until 4 o'clock, the hour which had been fixed for His Ex cellency's visit. At lour o'clock the President took the chair. A few minutes afterwards His Excellency the Governor entered the Council Chamber, attended by his aide de...
NOTES ON THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 November 1870
INOTES ON THE \WArTi The Turcosjust diaombarked at Toulon carry a f.Ag with thi. in:cription, " Bataillon de la Vengeance." The body cf General Douay, %Sho fell at Weisscnburg, was accidentally burned to asles in a ban where it had been placed after death to await interment. Three thousand women and children have been allowed to leave Strasbourg. I'j-gr. Hacquard, Bishop of Verdun was killed by the bursting of a shell on the plati form of the cathedral, to which he had. as cended, bearing in his hand a flag of trace, A Bavarian ph) si:ian, writing from before Metz, says that, in addition to the immense number of wounded, dysentery begins to dis? quiet the troops. Many such victories as the last, he says, and the Prussian army is ruined. Among the physicians killed on the field, victims of their devotion,. is M: Milliott. He was extracting. a bullet from Colonel Col. omieu, now in the hospital. of Val-deiGrace, and had just successfully completed the opt eration when he was killed on...
THE WAR. LATEST TELEGRAMS. PER INDO-EUROPEAN LINE. LONDON, October 1, 1.5 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 November 1870
TiE WARS. LATEST TELEGRAMS. -4--~--- PER INDU-EUROPEAN LINE, (FROM REUTER'S TELEoRAM COMPANY TO GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMIPANY,) LonDon, October 1, 1.5 P.m. The official journal of St Petersburg denies. the lumours of Russian military movements. A letter from Paris, dated the 27th, states that the Prussian inaction was exciting the impatience of the defenders who were calling for a sortie on a grand scale. 8.50 pM. A despatch from Ferrieres reports that on the morning of the 30th strong forces, com posed of troops of the line, made sorties simultaneously against the 6th and 5th Prussian corps. After two hours' fighting the enemy was driven under the shelter of the forts with heavy losses. The Prussian loss is said not to haye been great. Several hundred prisoners were captured, The Crown prince was present. LoNDoN, October 2, 1 A.M. The revenue for the past quarter was fourteen and a quarter milhon. French news from Metz states that Bazaine achieved a signal success on the 31st August...
DONNYBROOK AND WALLAN WALLAN ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 November 1870
DONNYBROOK AND WALLAN WALT LAN ROAD BOAlVD. -4-~ Present :--The Chairman ana Messrs Abbott, Bourke, O'Connor, Smyth, Wright,. Wilson, and Dr Wilson. MINUTES: The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COulnLSPOND.ENCE. 1-From James M'Cue, toll lessee, asking a reduction in rent. 2-From M Fitapatrick, toll manager, re questing payment of his account. S-From clerk of Swan, Hill Road Board, respecting an amendment of See No 9 of the Shires Act, 1869. 4-From chairman of conference on. flood dnimages, soliciting payment of one guinea towarus the expenses attending same. 5- 'rom E Mauning, asking the Board to grant him a slaughtering license. 6.--From 1I Campbell, demanding £26 as compensation for land. about to be taken for new road 7-From Messrs Williams and M'Martin. -district auaitors- respecting the satisfac tory manner in which the books of the board, have been kept by its Clerk, Mr Kelly, dur ing the past year. 8-George Jones requesting the Board to, put his name ...
Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 November 1870
PUaLIeHRD THUnSDAY MloLINA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1870. The Young Men's Mutual Improvement Society met according to announcement last Wednesday night and tthere was a very fair average attendance of members: The sub ject for discussion was '` Monarchical and Republican forms of Government," which caused a very animated debate, most of those present taking part therein. At the close of the proceedings several gentlemen enrolled themselves as members. We ;notice by our advertising columns that the next meeting takes place on Wednesday evening at 815 p.m. As the society is not sectarian there need be no scruples in joining it, and our young men could occasionally pass away an hour or two with great benefit to them selves. About midnight. on Friday a terrific thnnderstorm burst over Kilmore. Heaven's artillery rattled with a deafening sound, the lightening played in vivid and continuous flashes, and the rain literally came down in sheets. Before daylight the Kilmore Creek attained a heig...
KILMORE POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 1st November, 1870. (Before John Fynn and W. Spurling, J.P.' s.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 November 1870
.KILMORE POLICE COUIT. Tuesday, lst November, 1870. (Before John Fynn and W Spurling, J.P's.) Jseeph M'Loughlan was summoned under the ims r.risonment for Debt StatutA by John Delaney, and as tRere was no appearance of defendant an order was made for 414, s~l, and 2s 6d coats; in default to be impria.ned fr a month; Jeremiah Ryan v E Buck, for passing tollgate with intent to evade payment of toll. Settled; Same v Same, assault; damages L0 ; settled. Patrick Hienesy v Kelnetn M'Dornld, for it jury to property undtr £20. Fined is and 2, 6. costs. Jarrei Buckhnd v Wm M'Lea, for L4 10e, goods sold. Order for amount and £18a costs. Wm Denn, charged by Constable Brennan with removing gravel from Crown lands without licence was fined 2S 6d and 2s 61 costs. William Riddle, on sane charme, was fined ;n a similar amount. Richard Fitzgerald v E Delaney, for 12a 2d, Or' der for amount and £1 3i 6l costs. Elizabeth Glen Arcus v Laurence Arcus, for assault. Mr Meade for plaintiff. Defendant was o...
ARCHÆOLOGICAL AND TOPOGRAPHICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 November 1870
ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND TOPOGRAPHICAL &nbsp; &nbsp; NOTES: &nbsp; The thanks of every Irishman of taste, honor, and patriotism are due to the Irish Archmological Society, who have themselves been so thankful for the success with which their literary labours have been attended and who have so sincerely tendered their most grateful acknowledgements for access to the voluminous Irish annals, correspon dence of statesmen, and state papers hidden in the government archives of England. The chivalrous but rapacious Normans destroyed not those valuable records but secreted them, being on their part proofs of their rapacity and usurpation-for access to the manuscript. libraries of the University Colleges of Dublin and Oxford, and to the most valuable one of the Royal Irish Academy-for access to the, libraries of the universities, colleges of cont tinental Europe, and to, the records hidden. from the world amongst the dirty papers on the shelves of the convents and govern. ...
HOME NEWS. SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 November 1870
HOME NEWS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; (From the European Mail.) SCOTLAND. The drought continues to be severly felt in Aberdeen, notwithstanding damp easterly fogs at night; with occasional drizzling showers. Pastures are getting very scanty everywhere, and in some places the fields are quite bare and brown. Mr McIntosh, of Havering Park, Essex has sold his roan bull-calf, " Grand Duke of Havering," when only one month old, to Mr H Brassey, M P., of Preston Hall, Kent, for 600 guineas. There were no less than four applicants who offered the same price. Some of the Church papers state that the bishopric of Edinburgh, about to become vacant by the resignation or Dr Terrot, has been offered to Bishop Cotterell, of Gra- hamstown, and that he is likely to accept it. Dr Cotterell was senior wrangler at Cam- bridge in 1835. Several thousands of the breech.loading rifles stowed in the armoury at Edinburgh Castle have been removed, by orders from the War Office. The arms hav...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
ADVE RTISEMLENTS. IMPORTANT NOTICE. MiHt. I. DAVIS bege to state that at the request of the public in future the Terms for DANOING will be 13s per Q~urter, paid by instalments is weekly in advance. NOTICE. r BEG ti inf.l;m the inhabitants of Kilmore and the surr u-~ ins istriot, that I Lave COM, MENCED BU INESS in the new township at Mr Maloney's. ho'rse S~lheing and general work done. Drays and Sprinig Carts made to order at the lowest prices. JOHN RATTIGAN. r[H ROUGIIBRED I?tPORTED STALLION THE PEER Will stand this aess.n at Higbfeld, near Kilmore. The Peer (fu'l brother to Marohioness, dam of Rose of Denmark, Angler, and Fishhook) is by Melbourne, out of Cinizalli, by Touchstone. Th!e Peer is the site of Manuka, PLress, Viscount, &o. Terms, 10 guinnse, Good paddooks provided. Every care taken bul no responsibility. Grase free until 1st January, upon which date all meres must be removed and ex ponecs paid, or a special aaraugomoent made. For further particulars apply to th...
A CAUTION TO GUSHING SWAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
A CAUTION TO GUSHIING SWAINS. Considerable amu.soment was created at the Fitzroy Police Court (says the Herald) on Thursday morning during the hearing of a case for illegal detention of property. The plaintiff whose name is . Phillips, had been paying his addresses to the defendant, a young lady named Stevens,. During'this im tercourse he had.repealtedly made her ,pre seants of little souvenirs, which: he now sought to recover stating that he gave her those presents on the condition that she would be. come his wii'e. As the engrlgement was broken off, he now sought to recover the articles. The value of a brooch, one of the gifts produced in court, was stated to be about 2s, the other articles being also of small value. The same plaintiffalso sued the brother of the young lady for a gun he had given him a considerable time ago. Both eases were dismissed with £2 2s costs in each, Mr Templeton remarking, that considering t he small value of the presents which formed the subject of liti...
ROYALTY IN LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
ROYALTY IN LOVE The Prince of Schleswig Holstein has petitioned the King of Prussia to reduce him to the rank of count, and take from him the title, the priveleges, and the restrictions of princely rank. There is a woman in the ca3e, and the story culminates in this plea sant little bit of persocal gossip. The prince has only recently returned from India, where he has been several years engaged in ocieni tifie researches. Savan like, his first thought on reaching home was of his library, which he found in a very dusty musty, jumbled up and neglected condition. He went to work to bring order out of this literary chaos ; but soon found that he must have help, but who was worthy to touch his beloved books ? In his perplexity he applied to his steward, who at first declared that there was nobody in that out of the way place competent to the task of sorting, classifying, and arranging a scieatifie and classical library; but at last he bethought himself of his daughter's gover ness, the o...
JOSH BILLINGS ON FLEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
JOSK BILLINGS ON FLE IS. The s+nailett of ti?e brute creation, and the most pesky, is the fleas. They a:re about the bigness of an onion seed, and shine like a bran new shot. They spring from low places and can bite wus than tLe mnu-keto, for they bite on the rnn ; one will go all over a mo;n's suburbs in two minutesa. It is iipossille to do anything with a flea unless you quit biz ness of aul kinds and hunt for the flea, and rvhen you hay Ibund him he aint there. This is one of the flua mysteries, the fakulty they have of being entire lost, just as you have found them. I don't suppose there is ever killed on an average, during any year, more than sixteen f?eas in the whole ov the United States ov Americ:i, unless there is a casuity of some hind-like when a dog gits drowned sudden. They are about as hard to kill as a flax seed iz, and if you don't mash them as faine as ground pepper, they will start business on a smaller capital jist as before.
HEATHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
HE TIIOOTE According to the Tunes, the following pricca ru. !or colonial produce at Heathcote : Flour L12 to L12 10s per ton Wheat 4s Gd to 4s 9d per bushel Oats 39 Gd to 43 do Cape iarley 2s 6d to 3. 9d do Maize 7s do Bran e Od 3o Pollard ls 3d do Potatoes £5 per ton Hay £3 to £4 do Chaff L5 to £6 do Butter (good [resh) le 2d per lb. Eggs 1i por dozen
WHAT IS THE DEVIL LIKE? [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
WHAT IS T"liE DEVIL LIKB ? What is t?1 Devil like? you ask; I hid you get liooking-glass! Study yourself--oi, pleasant task ! And p'raps you II see the Devil pass. if you're- master hard of. heart, hiMakiug your st'rv.nts drudge and smart Like any horses in your cart, ,......... - ....... ,rth Th 1's lk1 . If vou're n friend in surface show, And all a traitor down below, A?nd cd by rising up a foe, Then Yro know what the Devil's like. If you're a base dissembling liar, Sitti.ng peaeefui homes on fire, Exulting in the rain dire, Then you know what the Devil's like. If racked with hatred's hellish smart, And pierced with envy's poisoned dar', And all a murderer in your heart, Then you know i hat the Devil's like. And O, ye dcv:i's brats beware, Lest he should suddenly appear, And snatch you God alone knows where To show you wnoxa yourselves are like.
PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Thursday, November 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEM BLY. Thursday, November 3. In the Legislative Assembly on Thursday, the Speaker took the chair at half past four o'clock. The Speaker reported that the address agreed to by the Assembly, in reply to the Governor's speech upon opening Parliament, has that day been presented to His Excel leney. In reply to questions by hon. members, it was elicited that a telegram had been received to the effect that the Murray was still rising at Echuca, and it was feared great damage wau'd be done to the township. The Gov ernmtnut had sent up all the tents at their disposal for the shelter of the peoplj flooded out; and also a boat for the use of the police It was abo stated that those officers in the Water Supply department whose services were dispensed with in consequence of the scheme of retrenchment adopted in 1868 would be compensated for loss of of ee. On the motion of Mr Wrixon, a bill to amend the Boroughs Statute was brought in and read a first time, the seco...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. M. M'CAW AND ANOTHER, REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 November 1870
MELBOURNE PRODUOE MARKET. M. M'CAw AND AiOTI?nE, REPORT For the Week ending 2nd November, 1870: We ,ote a slikhtly better feeling in the Br,,aastuffs market, beat brands of flour being in good demand at £ 2 165 to £13. In regard to shbat but few transactions have taken place, in consequence of the paucity of supplies; good milling aempke would readi:y command 5s 81 to 5s 9d. In feeding grains there is no change of note to refer fo, prime samplhs of milling and feed oas being in fair request at up to 3s 9d. Mbizo ranges from 4s 2d to 4i 3d for approved quali y, at which rates the principal portion of the recent importations have been taken up. For best samples of malting barley 4a 3d and ud wards c:ouild be realised, For a few small coleign ment., medium quality, we aceepted lower rates. In respect to dairy produce, more particularly in reference to butter and cheese, the market has been very dull, and a still further deoline in prices hle' t-ken p'ace, Below we give details-result o...