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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870
PUBLIC MEETING. On tuesday evening a puhte ,neeting, Spresided ever by the Mayor, was held at the Red Lion Hotel for the purpose of taking steps for the etablishbnent of a Fire Brigade. in Kilmore There were about sixty rate. pavers present, and after several speakers. addresse. the meeting on the necessity that existed for the establiebnent of a Fire Bri gade the following resolutions were carried: Mr Davis moved, and Mr Dowling sect onded, "that this meeting feeling deeply imn. , pressed with the want that exists in thin town of a properly organised Fire Brigaade,I resolves at once to take the necessar' for the formation of such a corps." C .. unanimously Mr Kerr moved, and Mr Hayes seconded,. " that the Borough Council be requested to provide a fire engine more suitable for the purposes required than the present one, ,and the neceesarv equipments, n:d that a letter. to that effect be sent by the Chairman on beh if of the present mertin:." Carried. Mr Key moved. and Mr Lyster seco...
FAST LIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870
FAST LIVING. The home papers tell the following strange tale:-"The Central Criminal Court at its last sittings disposed of a 'cause celebre' which has excited much interest in commer cial, legal, and general circles. Mr Wilkin son, the late manager of the Joint Stock Discount Society, was sentenced to five years' penal servitude for paying a private debt with the funds of his company, and representing the transactions in the books as a loan to their creditors. So thin are the partitions just at this point which divide civil from criminal liabilities, and so ad verse are Courts of Jit aice to conclude fraudulent intent, except on the clearest evidence, that there was very even betting, even to the last, among the gentle. men of the bar, that Mr Wilkinson would escape altogether. But what most attracted public attention to the case was the extra. ordinary stories which have been afloat as to Mr Wilkinson's style of living, for he seemed to model himself on the times of the French Rege...
TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870
TO CORRESPONDENTS To ensure the siserrzn or coittmunicationa (1 i aolut6lu necevsary that t~Y should be enucaed is moderate language, and written in the form of le ters. til . o',munications itended for insertion must b authenticate i by the n rme and adidress of the writ nct necessarily for publicstion but as a Suarante Vojgood faith
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870
O~..~i~ .. . A.° IMPORTANT TO FARMV[ ERSq Jodm Fyrnn ad Coe býQ ' to intimat• to the FARMERS of FTLMYnRf1 T a S-TnRIsOu T SING DIiSRICTS that th.y Lct, ikec O DEA 'S MIL 8., (Lately Occupied by MESSRS DEGRAQES & 00), and are .oty prepareg to BUT WIIEAT in any QUANTITIES. A FIRSTiCLASS MITTLLtR has been enraged, and J F. & Co. hope that by .Special At ten'snn to GRISTING, which will be done at the Usual Charges, to. merit a Share of Cusiom. UNION FLOUR MIILLS KILMORB. ' HE Farmers of the surroupding district and busiqesa men of Kilmore are Pe~pectfully informed that all FLOUlR, &c., as produce oft Grist sent to the above Mill will be guiranteed superir--also, all Flour, &c., sold. JOSEPH EAGER, Late Miller.fr Iegrase and 0, P.S.-Wheat Bought at Full Market Value, and all Grieting lots dozo separately and productively. Seymour Steam Flour Mi1!s, u-- d BE(G to inform the Farmers of the Surrounding Neighborhood that they are prepared to BU Y WHEAT in any ...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870
COMMEBCI AL INikiauJGENOE KRTI&ORE George luelgen qnnº.. ;. Oat", C'I'.ijI, a 6e to 3. Q. per bu"'.41 Bran, It 3d pepr buel eJ PollArd, .. Aid per bushel Ha¶, aw1.S, rton Oh1tf, 41 per owl Potato.,, As 6d to 6a per cwt ZJA.NflEFXIELD. the Chrnrir1P repnrre as foilows Wheat 5 .J to 61 61 prr bushel Flour L16 6.or rv'n Pllsrd 1s 91 to 2+ per bushel 144n ls 64 do
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870
MECHANICS' I NSTI CITE, IIL~sORE. Exrhibition of FancO Glair Blowing, Glap Workirg, end Gkses Spi:,ni' g, nu Thu'ela;, Fri'!ay, and E'ulurday Evenings. Fob 10, 11, and 1$: And on S 'urdey afRernoorn at h if t p ws , for the nontenieaoa of &oboula &ud fawilhel, caaidmng at a dip tanco, Adn'i,,ion :-E'ont S-atu 2. i Bart Satml It, Diat.ibutir., of preaerlee at half paet nice.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870
E. U. lt. .,. BEJALIt.A.l4wpoundedc a Beasllea by nurse, stir, F neir shoulder bay horse, str srid scip, three white feet, 2 over WR aear shuulder bay horse, star, N.O itear shoulder tay ware, hind feet whiae, tar, ollar marked, EG oaver t near shoulder If not olsimedi. &o, to be sold on March 2 J. WATi'i, Founrkeeper. BEATHCOTR-Impounded at Heat hoote grey mare, abittren head, DID over WD conjoined nearshoulder, IP over blotch brands near shoul der bay horse, near hip down, N near shoulder, long tail brown mare, of hip down. GW near shoulder If not olaimed,&ce, to be sold on 2nd "March JOHN HAMILTON, Pout.ddeeper KALKA1LLO-Impounded at Kalkallo boy ae, dle horee, uff shoulder, hind and off fore .U .i,! 7 i??€???? 'bl.?e . KILM OR -Impou~edat. ilinoo red and white steer, stag horns,.Wl near rump red oow, pece .off ailt bald face, J off rump red anl white steeer, :a visiblhe brid r~d at.d white.itds, no visible band rsi and white poley steer, ti near ribs J strawberry...
REGISTER! REGISTER!! [To the Editor of the Free Press.] [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870
REGISTER! I EGRISTER l! [To the Editor of the Free Press.] nSR,--The man who is governed b: laws, in the making, or, at least, confirming of which he has not had a voice, cannot reason ably consider himself a free man No matter how lenient the laws are which such a person has to obey, if he had not a voice irr the make tiug of themt, he amust look on himself as a slave to .hese laws. Such being the case. it is to be hoped thtt there are none in Kilt more so dead to a sense of their position as men who will riot a"-ail themselves of the opi portunityoffred till the 1st of MIarch next, of taking out Electors' Rights, and by so doing provide themselves with the means of having a voice in the uwaking of the laIis by whii-h he shall be governed There is -n t mauci d Luger of persons en titled to become qaudified for voting within the B.'rough of Khlanore omitting to take out Electors' ltigats as there is of those woo reside in the adjoining electoral districts: The great distance to be g...
CHEERFUL WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870
CBEERFUL WOMEN. Oh, if " gloomy" women did but know what comfort there is in a cheerful. spirit How the heart leaps. to meet a sunshiny face a merry tongue, an even temper, and a heart which, either naturally, or what is better, from conscientious principle, has learned to takeiill things on-the bright side, believing that the Giver of life being all perfect love, the best offering we can make to him is to enjoy to the full what he sends of good, and what he allows of evil; like a child who, when once it believes in its father, believes ii-all his dbiigs ywithit;? Whetherhi?-iiuder stands .them or not. Among the secondary influences which can be employed, either by or upon a naturally-anxious or morbid tem. perament, there is none so ready to hand, or so wholesome, as that so. often'referred to constant employment. A very large numi her of women, particularly young women, are by nature constituted so exceedingly restless of mind, or wvith such a strong' phyi sical tenuency to deipre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870
ý'ESSRS GORDON & GOTCH, or Collins stree. L west, Melbourne, have been appointed agent :this Journal. t Mr GOC, Ballarat, has been appointed agent this journal. LONDON AGENCY. THE FRhE PRass may be read gratuitously in Lon on, at the News Booms of Messrs GoanoN and fylro, 121 Holborn Hill, where ridvertisements and =1becrip one for the same are received, THE KILMORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHED. EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. THE terms or adverthing in the Kilmore Free Press are as under: TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENOE PER INCH, A reduction of ten per cent will be made for advertisements ordered for one month ; twenty per ent for two months; and thirty-three per cent for bree months ;-beyond which time a special arrange S nent will be made. The terms of subscription to the KilmoreFree Press will be 6O 6d per quarter in town, and 7s 6d if posted the country. nhe Quarters for subahription to the Free Press will commence on the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd September, and...
Monday, 7th February. (Before A. Sugden, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 10 February 1870
Monday, 7th February. (Before A. Sugdefi, Esq., J.P.) Michael Ryan, on a charge-of being drunk and disorderly, was fined 408 or three days' imprisonment. The Queen per John Smith v John Bo3'rke for unlawfully and maliciously wounding. Remandtd to the 15 h instant, bail being allowed in two sureties ef £10 each, and self in £20. The Q!ieen per John Tl.~ n v Mtrgaret Cullen for larceuy under 40.. Remanded to 11th February.
THE PANTIN MURDERS AND THE DISCOVERY OF ANOTHER BOYD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 February 1870
THE PANTIN MURDERS AND THE DISCOVERY OF ANOTHER BODY. The French journals have always held the opinion that the elder Kinck-whose wife and six children were murdered by the assa assin Traupmann-had no hand in the mur, der, and that he too was a victim to the vil ain's devices. It now seems that the journals were right, and from the instrucl tions given by Traupmann himself, the body of the elder Kinck has been discovered. It was buried at a foot below the ground. When the stones and leaves that covered it wvere removed, the corpse was found stretched upon the bark with the legs apart. There was a wound on the right side of the breast and another on the cheek. The stabs are deep, and appear to have been made with a knife, doubtless the same as by which the horrible Pantin crime was perpetrated. At the side of the body the remains of a pipe and a pouchfal of tobacco were found. On the breast was au enormous store, which had broken the sternum, and others on the head and stomach. One f...
AN INGENIOUS SWINDLER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 February 1870
AN INGENIOUS SWINDLER. The well known swindler Roderick Stein' acker, alias Baron Steinacker, was again brought before the cit magistrates on Tues day, and sentenced ,o such a term of im prisonment that it u id be a long time before ihe again troubles the public. The two specific charges upon which he was convicted on SIuesday were 'fersonating a detective, and obtaining money by false pretences, jnd on 3 the first charge he was fined £25, or six months' imprisonment and on the seeond he was ordered to be imprisoned for two years with hard labour, cumulative on the first sentence, The prisoner had been in the I habit for the last five weeks since he came out of Pentridge, of following some of the f detectives about, asking them to employ him i in making inquiries, but he has been contin ually refused. It however came to his knowledge that a warrant was in existence bfor the arrest of a man on a charge of utter. l ing a forged cheque for £5. This offender has a brother who is in a go...
KYNETON [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 February 1870
XYNETON. ,Tu "day, ian 19. f (IwE Guardian ,,.,,,r,. ,- t..Ihws S F.ur £12 t, £12 10l . 4. sr 4 8 Ip , bhel O Ot a 6.,11 3 8 B!tr, - 15 to 1 6d Pollard, le 4d Rte eaos e td, fas:7 t do 7o p.,-;t, , £5 5? ,.. £5 10 :,-r ton EArTHCOI I s6. A?erre:r& : u!- Times, the following prices rule ..-o..;p:~ , W. a" H, e-.t t*'. : Flu 1,12 n, 1.12 10. per r,. W ent 4' iRd to 4. 9 paer -.Uahl Ous 3, 6d to 4, do Cape a, h.. 2:+ 6d t, 3 91 in =r M,,. 7,i d. brat 1n 04 3o Prtlia:d 14 3. "'0 P'i .t.A - £5 pier ton If.. £83 i £4 noa U ffl b5 o £6 d:, Butter on free,-) 1 2d per 'a Eggs is oer dozei, BENALLA. Thureds?, 7th ,Tlt Ensign reports the fullowin a , ah.. .riot rul. Flou~r, £15 " £15 10e per lot, Wh0, 1,6' Cd per huatel P.lIHar , 1e6d da Brnt,, lE 6,4 do Osts 4, 6d to 5. 6 DONNYBROOK. E 1.rrarman, Donnybrrok flour mills quotes as ?llbow: F o' ,p13 I per r r, B Hau, 1. 4d per huahel Poullari la6d per bushel - m m--.. ..-a
[?] INTELLIGENCE KILMORE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 February 1870
G 1 , L.R. AL IN i EL.1GEI' NCRR KJLMORE (Hjtt t t~ý, nt 1,"ý 3 6! 1 g, 9, p r fell' r· . ran. 16 8I d per buA-el SPollard. Is 6d .tr hudiel Bay, rew L8, r ton Cbe>ý 41 per oat PoliToe,, :4 6d to 6. rer cwt LA1NTSPIEELE "'The Chr'id - r: r ,s f 9W : SWhe~l 5' 61 to 63 61 cFr bushel Fln L15 tler I n 1. Gnllrrd 1± 9:1 'o l ofr ~nrhel ý,°.}$rn Ir 6d ir
IRISH DISCONTENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 February 1870
I2JIS. D3ISCONTEN P. "Why is Ireland poor and discontented P" is a question to which a really correct and satisfactory answer could only be furnished by an Irishman thoroughly ebnversant with the history of his native land, and familiar by observation with the condition of its population during the last 20 or 80 years. Even then it would be essential that he should occupy "a removed ground," that he should be separated by considerable intervals of time and space from the events of which he tre ts and from the country of which they were the theatre. He should have also learned, by famihar intercourse with Engi lishmen of all grades of society and of all lshades of opinion in a British colony, how general is the conde!:nation in our times of the folly, the bigotry, and the oppression which characterised the public policy of former generations of statesmen and la v4 givers, dominant classes, and favoured creeds, and he should be sufficiently clear sighted and free from prejudice, to pe...
SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 February 1870
SPAIN. Prim obstinately adheres to the candida, ture of the young Duke of Genoa, despite the opposition of nis ftmily and friends. Constitutional guarantees have heeP restored, and the strength of the armuy is fixed at 80,000 The ex Minister of Finance has been stahbbed by a fbrmer colleague, frarn rt venge The sale of the Church and nationdl pro perty has been resumed
FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT OF THE KILMORE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 February 1870
FIFTEENTHI ANTNUAL REPORT OF THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT OF THE KII.MORE HOSPITAL. Tna Board of Management of the Kilmore Hospital feel much pleasure in announcing that during the past year the Institution has very much increased in usefulness and efficiency,. and that its present financial conm dition is in a more flourishing state than at the close of any former year since its founda tion. This is chiefly attributed to the exertions of our parliamnentary representative, L. Bourke, Esq, whose untiring zeal on behalf of the chiarity induced the Government to increase the Maintenance Grant to £500, and to apportion a further sum of £600 to en able the Board to complete the front builds ing, whereas during the three previous years the Maintenance Grant allotted to the Kilmore Hospital for each year only ami ounted to £350: We recommend that Mr Bourke's services to the Charity shall be thankfully acknowledged by the subscribers, and gratefully remembered by the people of the district On th...
HALY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 February 1870
II'ALY. Tric ministeri;l crisis has at length termit named by Lanza constructing a Cabinet Sweeping financial reformns are promised, and additional taxes are toreshadowed The disbandment of 40,000 imee" is rut moured Considerable excitement has been pro, duced by the dissolution of the congress at Naples held in opposition to the (~E:uien|. cal Council-at which several countries were represented by de'puties. An anti: council meets in Switzerland about next September The (Ecumenical Counc.l was opened on the 8th, amidst the pealing of bells from 360 churches. It was inaugurated by a discourse by the Archbishop oflIconicum, a Benedic, tine. Four subsequent sittings have been held with closed doors. There are .already reports oif dissension and intrigue amongst the fathers, and cif strong opplositiin on the part of the French, German and American Bishops to the dogma of the Papal infalli bility But subtle measures have been taken by the Pope and his Jesuit advisers co stifle discussio...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 February 1870
V AMERICA. F Pnjtr, er f':GiiS;"ý.Yjr rTj týir1On lnbamnm question has been published. Nei ,,,tj..riciors when r, sueI'd irust he ,onduict d at Washington, to avoid the blandishm?.its of English society. The present attitude of American Minit'ers affTrds arnmall hope of a speedy settlement A public funeral has been authorised for the late .Mr Pei hodv's rerhans Congri s. h:, refulled a renewal of the reci prociry treatyv with Can.ida The Rlouse of Assermbl v adipterd resolutiousa:gainstrepndia tion by 123' otes to one A World's sir is to be held at Washings ton D tVS91 The Isthn.us of Darien Canal project has been revivd , i I he Fentans are prepari n hostile ex, pedrtion a.gainst Cunada An inflammatory rilaniesto has been elitv!l ,ted thro.u h Irei land The Cuban insurrection is dying out