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ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
AD IEB TISIN . It is a mistlke to snppose that when times are dull, an: trade not brisk, an adevti.;e ment would be next to useless. It is the repeated advertisement that effects so much benfdit to the advertiser. It is not the ad vertisement of the day that causes the pur chase to be made, but it is remembered when the article is wanted. We are often in a difficulty to know where to get certain little matters for use, and indeed, such is the hurry-scurry of every day life, we have not much time to think about it, but the advertisement ot once tells us, and saves much trouble. A few shillings spent in ad vertising may bring pounds in rotarn. Wanen people see a man advertise, they con elude be is a business man, and most of us like to do business with business men. There is nothing like publicity for the increasing of business, and there is nothing like adver tisements for obtaining publicity. If 1 plant seeds in my gSrden, while I am sleeping they are growing. So it is with advertis...
POLITICAL CORRUPTION AND NATIONAL DISASTER. (SPECTATOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
POLITICAL CORRUPTION AND NATIONAfi DISAST2ER. (sPEcTIATo.) A remarkable letter in .the Daily News seems to afford the real key to the explana tion of the gigantic failures of the French army. The writer was told by two graziers of Picardy, as a matter within thei: own knowl ledge, that in a very considerable number of instances which they could. specify the military authorities bad only got 1,8100 men in a full regiment, instead of 3,00, though there were 3,000 names on the rolls, The modus operandi was this. Fourteen or fii f:i:i: ras ago, private socicltiea undectook t, tfind substitutes for a:uch of those drawn in the cc-nacriphton as could pay for a sub; stitute. While this was so, those societies received the conscripts' money and as it was of course the interest of the Army authori ties to get the full number of men, the men were always provided. " But since the law has required the money paid by .those who can pay for substitutes to be paid directly into the military chest, i...
ENGLISH MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
ENGLISH MI?SCELLANY. Prince Christian his been elected High Steward of Windsor, in place of the late Prince Consort. We are given to understand that nego. tia:tions have been for some time on foot between Her JMajesty's Government and the 3uez Canal Company for the cession to England, on the part of the latter, of a grant of land for storage and other purposes. Whether the British Government may not, indeed, erect an arsenal, and otherwise take up a substantial position tor themselves on the canal, we cannot at present say, but we have good reason to believe that the situ:t.. tion of the concession in question is such as to give England a commadding site at the entrance to the canal fromn the Mediter. ranean.--Asiatio. Some men of the 60th Regiment (Prus sian) went into a wood near Metz for the purpose of collecting fuel. One of them heard a groan, and upon searching discovered a soldier of the 3rd Voltigeurs, who had been wounded in the action of the 1Sth August. His foot had been ...
DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, November 9, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
DALB' AT!F OYCAMPBELL AND CO'8. 1IEPOiT. Mliebourne, Nhnvamber 9, 1870. FAiT 1C1T21IY.--1,730 head rera entered, but a Uor! Iir.n hiiu aiithbdrawn, the numnber actu:ly cr.ld was u^.&cr i,690. At Xuelday'e enlee,, 1a week's ra:e+ v'r'o r.ii 1nii'nt- Lied, b"+t hadf fetching 212s 6 . err 1i b .;Sl o rtr (ii-.hPie., 177i 64 to 2 O. Tc-day, ,r" i; er'" '' Ives excte ",nptii~nHe rfCO' t. I (Il:. ;hr i;b e!-ýofair cd ena rd7;ie'. 0LI. :.r ur, on ytrt~rira''a rates; W0 love this ro',-k rll.-4 I 0heed f~ur NItr 13 jdwiria Richards, 1, irf- d, a' f£ I. r h anc.u, erd £1: 15, f o coa; !!!.:c~.~'r~St c·:; ··30 o! awut'h1an , h':l! ckr WS;,rt rA_ S'too.a'o' of lTwiavin, irk at 1.8; CnP iwe L; I1. 0.;; 236 :"r MBr Jan L1"irch, Iler o J. rry, bul~ocbi, f7 10. 9 ; enw«, £3 Is. Gdd elir.e of t bei it r pririe tnt light weights, and b-niu t qiiiu up to 2:.s per 100 be; auRd for Mr P I y3 Li ii" . "ve,'2 he-y% weti~ht bull ..cke et ?'j 41. sI I-d -rca -114 head. yerded, wthioi sold at 31' d:R...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
ADYVERTISEMENTS. -1 "KILMORE FREE PRESS." ST the end of +ke pr sent Quzrler the term* oa ' subsc, iptliao to fk Kilmore Free Pre.s will be Bflt HIL..IxGs PER QUARTER. mingle cp>y td. 0 New Subrcribers are invited to forward their names for immediate enro!ment SUBSCRIPr'I)N TO F rH Elt O'EOURPKE', MONUMENIT. The Treasurers tc the above Fund beg to acknowledge tbhe receipt of the following subscriptions: e D ir ]T Moore.................................... 5 o '-r T Hunt .......... ..................... 6 0 0 4Isaers E and M Maloney ......,..... 4 0 0 11r ii Kelly.. .......... ............... .. 8 8 0 Vir J.saph i)oling,. ..................... 2 10 0 ares niorris .................................... 2 2 0 Vir D.,rald Fergueun ...................... 2 2 0 Mr Burk ........................... 2 0 HM James Croesley ......... ..... ..... 2 1 0 Mrs Roue............................... . 2 0 0 Mr Jonn Schubert.......................... 2 0 0 & Friend...:......................... 2 0...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET M. [?] AND ANOTHER, REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
MELB RTV7-!E :ODL01; M~K ET M. :'`'.ow .too At oTuEaR, BlPEoYT For th. W.ich ePijui: 2td NJeveyeber, 1SiO: Woe rolCa ralZJrtly 1t' r f elin2 in the Bra°aatutfs In~rtei, h.it br,.rt.'h ii il u- being in good dmnaeod t .', 15t01'i3t In r'it'd to ' het: heat Itw t frpitlan. 9 taken pl at :n1 calrqi st.ca' of thne fauOI y ff Ruppl! e; ga:od r, ia!ieg skirlI.a naould rezdi y com: apid 5i 8 it, feeding grain., tli~r' icr no chsnao of note t" r~fr' t,, prire emnr'iapaf mil!in~g and end oita bring in lair Taqurat at arp tC' 3. 9 Liaiza ral,.ona trai n4i 2-i TO "11 31 fi^r a#:; eyed : .~ ' t :~ ~ oe tha %t isn:rtstcioa an Pe t';ken up. For h'--i'.. of oat ittag he-In. 4; 3:1 and !i. "re rali~rd. 1 a fle rwall cor ti'u r1 0 ··!. I'.'7 9:".. ', A'" FC^7;ltl'l 1R ^r rat u. Ic r.-r t nto -iry p'oi, r~c ertiol anrly in e2 in r o eatattrr and ci' jn, ti:,, rankat hea been er bull, It i :..rtiL ,tr jeclina iii iries 3le B0107a ,; i ia ieialet-re''1 tO nc'.'iI e'!'', .ilour,.ek ?i ittlr"triai 12 15 ...
SECRESY AND LYING IN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
SECRESY AND LYIN~ IN W R. ac All soldiers of rank, we believe, areert in princi-l su aenecessity ofsecrety in war, a d it is seld.m vise rejecot the opinion of an entire rn=aarion. Tit, erman Army has gained great vi'r, ries through crery alone, a secresy maintais e-l with a strictnes' ad euccesa which are almost u,i telligthle, utles, re German statesmen arrested the nore s well has the rlegrapht There were, it is.sai.t, 250,(00 men iit le Crown Prince's Armyt that a,my %as collected 1 the Palatinate one of the best knowi coarners of larope; it touched Homburg, a regular gossip rne, ad around its out-kirts hung reporters by the score; et, till the debor?che in for:e was sane ioned by the :ing, no onein London or Paris i?ad an i,.a that the rown Prince bad massed bis freers behind the woods Fthe frontier trat one meroh would bring him on ie enemy, who believed him miles a.ay. For neDrly fortnight a cloud settled do mn in Germany, which 'as impenetrable, and the success due to that s...
Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
FUTRSt)DAY, tIME1TR 17, 1870, `Nip. Tiou. George Iigi~nbotham evidently his Lnaelf unless he is con stantly endeavouring to propound some scheme of law for. the purpose of revolution ising tlhe existing state of society. Not long ago, if we remember rightly, that gen tleman spent a considerable portion of his valuable time in essaying to provide a law which would give a married woman the legal righs to certain properties and things which could only have been said to belong to the husband, and now he is turning his energies to account in another direction the framing of a law to legalise. marriage with a deceased wife's sister. To whatever extent we may have been willing to go with Mr Higinbotbam in securing for married women certain independent rights, and we are amongst those who think a woman's greatest power is her own weakness, that is, so long as men claim to have any chivalry in theli nature, we are at issue with the able lawyer mentioned upon his latest ef fort to achieve a r...
MARRIED WOMEN'S PROPERTY BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
MARRIED WOMEN'S PROPERTY BILL. The bill which Mr Higinbotham has laid before Parliament to amend t~e law relat;ve to the property of married women, consists of eighteen clauses. It proposes to enact that ithe eartinogs of a married woman in whatever employment, occupation, or trade she is engaged in, or which she carries on separately 'rom her husband, and also ary monoey or property acquired by her through the exerciLe of any literary, artnltio, or scientiflo skill, and all vte:stm nmts of such wagse, earnings, money, or prop, rty, are to be deemed, and taken to b, property held and settleht to her separate use, indepeniently of her husband, and her receipts alone are to be a good discharge fr such wages, earnings, money, and property. D.posits in savings banks by a married woman are to be deemed her separate property, and be accounted for and paid to her just 'a it she was not a mar ied woman, She may hold shates or debentures in any incorporatea or jint stock company, t eanfr the...
Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
The Californian mail is due in Sydney (to muorrow) Friday. We trut oin this occasion, ;at least. 'when the news it brings will be of .such importaice, it will arrive punctual to tiwe.. In ca'ling attention to a notice in another column with reference to. reduction in price of this journal, which on and after the 23rd ultimo will be issued at three shillings per quarter, the pro.orietor has much plea sure in stating that he is enabled to take this step, and thus place the paper within reach of the poorest people in the district, without having to incur a risk as to its being self supporting, The fearless and indepenident tone of the Free Press, for the many years it has been fighting the battles of right in Kilmore, has secured for it such unprecee dented support, that, taking into conaiderai tion the very large conflection it has obtained, and its acknowledged excellent medium for advertisements, the proprietor feels bound to reciprocate the action of the public, who have shown a du...
FRIGHTFUL CALAMITY IN KINGSTONE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
iRIU OTFUL OALAITy IN KINGSTONE re ecorded it fearful and horrifying disasters b Thur ountry transpired in Kingetone hie entirse Osning, and hss cast a deep gloom over ~Ol aeni ommun?.y, and caused weeping and sorrow 1 mveningl hi a heatoney About eight o'clock in Irig wer ile Baile and Oo's cirous and men, s epre performing before an audience of 4000 peopl sttnt terrfi storm came on, There were Ushseth nerain gs and sharp and vivid lightning loder te touring. down in torreats. Louder 'Latiehtninh?a huaders pealed, brighterand sharper ten hj loos, e and seemnoing as if the furies bad sha'*s ?, ,obattlng for the supremacy of 0ab eati"s uddenly a stream of lightning came i , roting a hole through the canvls twelve feet lr- . , g tlrough to the other side of the ten 1* ut-7f °'ptay by death end destruction, killing .ts lt;iPl e rsondi (three mqn and two women), haudred oand f$f irty, A nr d injuring slightly a ?°'+ible to gai' fl mid the great ex itement it is ::=; dedtls as lme inof p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. ----0 i- T. J. G EO E G A N Is no $&bowing. Novelties in .ril!i.?ry .Rlack and Colored Silks Fo?vrr; adK Fealere Plain and Fancy Dresses ais adl on,·r' Phints and .Brown Holland. 2 r:.*nlr ed SLtva Laces and Glover Si.I' Jacke is and Shaw'& Trihmmings and Pe fimrye -o A TI ' 0 .a LIEGE :nd \Well-,asrcrbed STOCK of Hena's and Boy's CLOTHING, BOOTS ad SEOES. --o 'ILohliC value in Celia es, Flannels, 8hiriing?, Tirkrg~ . and Bianket. T. J. GEO(GEGAN Commercial Houwe, Sydney atreef, Kilmore; . .m m h f~lALO±G hOJ: DIXT~Z'` I TGI NT3E;S -D-SR Ce rc r. vcd by tbe r'hsirm an of Re air &lt;&lt;~ !'o·rrt w,! t"+ !:rpr Q. W (herd--;, Dcc (. *·~irg r ·i *ac,'*11, 01.nca~ Et~ri..e I~rir G1, tratrlr' lins end Nptrctývz'~lUnr to be Econ nt thec fl1e of the $caad. 13 otde.,. ?:. PBOUWE3, ClNu, 0 N'or 1&h, 187o)
THE DINGO FRATERNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
'?TE° DINGO FlATBRNaITY. [Fno4 A coRRESPONDENT] Another meeting- of ancient dingos w??, held on Saturday last and- besides those who, attended the former meeting there were seversit animals of doubtful character who, arc not worth, mentioning, but who were brought to. the fore by the mastff and. mangy ca. Nearly all the members who. were appointed a standing committee at the previous meeting put in an appearance and rep.orted that, though, success did not crown: their efforts in securing the needful for pro. curing a purgative for cleaning the distemper under which they were sufferir.g, they bad had several: promises of suppo't.. This did not seem to. be accepted as very satisfactory" by the meeting,. and bth leading animals who. were evidently suspicious of all who did not come down with the dust, tried to.make the best of the position. It was resolved, hoow ever, after mature deliberatiop, that a suam of half, one hundred (not quarry weight) be given to the determined little anima...
AROEÆOLOGICAL AND TOPORAPHICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
ARO tlOOLOGIALt AND TOFOBtPtApllOL NOTES. Eleverrn hlndred and fi'ty `e.re befo-e th. lreoish 'evOaoin or invite,-to, a rtegpr.nt I iah ohief, p-obab'y -,n nroIeAtor of lDermot Mfie Mnrre.uh-for mertil a well ns phrseale simileti y is traoeable in fa?nlies -waited on Agrinoli the.,lom:n covernoa of S - h Britain undeo the rnmperor)Domitian, and turenetrd the pranri-ability of invadinrg Irelen',. and that st one ltaion and a fcr euzilaries would be sufl:.ient to conque?. and retain the isltnd," as repeat.Al 7. Tecirtn i,, his life of APrioo'a -h,-e hrls S. e .pe ex eo attdiai Iopione cna et rnedids a4oxiac debeUlar obtinarique Bibernoamposa, t?rm ithron tlutcertaki-r, he (Agrceo!s} wa- rn d-u'" deterred be the mil'a?y oh.raoier of in. peop-, or more probahlr Ih- clgc havi'g 1qite ecouggh on his ha,.d4 to defend lhi'ain -eainast the lrish 8co'e and their nrielors the Piet. from behnd the '.,mnyrt aeln!? 'he gree *.11 of Adrian. Do'in?e~veral Oen!nries ae eFr th te 6rt -whbilt Britain ...
Tuesday, November 15. (Before J Fynn Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
Tuesday, N1vember 15. (Before J Fynn Esq., J.P.) The recognisance of John Lynch for being drunk and disorderly and resiting police, were ordered to. be enlarged to Friday. John Foster, for being drunk and dis. orderly was discharged. James Winnie, tor being drunk and die, orderly. Recognisance ordered to be es treated Robert Jansen v David Moreland. In. formation to bind to peace. Ordered to find one surety in £2Q to keep the peace for three months. Several small debt cases on the list were adijurned to the 22nd inst. Emily, Matilda, and Eunice -Monton, nezle tad children, were rem~idted to the
KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. ANNUAL MEETING. Tuesday, November 15, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
KILMORE B&OROUcGH 00UNCIL. ANNUA1, 1tETIJNG, Tuesday, November 15, 1870. Present :-Flie Worship the Mayor and Councillors Dowline. Lyster, Sugden, Bos. sence, Reilly, and O'Connor. The Mayor, after calling attention to the first business, of the day-the examining and passing of the accounts for the past year s:tid that, compared with last year, the Borough wan in a better position by up wards of £160. He regretted that the year •wpas not favourable to making street and other improvements, and there were many, things which he conceived necessary to be done which he trusted would soon be carried out. Conncillor. Bossence moved that the ac,-ounts for the past year be allowed. The motion was seconded by Councillor tugden, and carried unanirnously, His W'orshi thben stated the next businesa was the election of Mayor, and solicited the patience of C,uocihors. while he thanked them for the large measure of support ex tended him during offee Ila all cases his ruling was accepted wit...
Friday, November 11. (Before J Nicholson, M.D., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
nriday, 1November L1. (Before T Nieholson, R?.D, J.F. John Lynch, eh urged with being drunk and disorderly; also with resistlng police. 'itelo' sed on w;atcihouse recognisances. John Foster, for being drunk and dis oraerly, was released on tvatcbhouwe recogni sanees Patrick Stmnefry, -; :-ged with being drunk and disorderly was di;..uaarged. Robert Jansen v David Moreland. In. form.ntion to bind' to'the peace. Remanded. to 'Tuesday.