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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Tuesday, November 8, 1870. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
KIL51[ORE POISCE COURT. Tuesday,. N~ova.nber-8, 1870. (Before A. P. Akehbrst,. EXqi, F;AL.) Thomras Ryan v Hugh Kerrijoa1 Ap pihiation for w.,rrant of ejectoent. Order for wtvrvaut to issue with £2-21 uotot,
THE CONDITION OF PARTS FOR DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
Ti:', K NJ DITION OF P'IAts FOR DEFENCE. (Fronu the Times.) The ' c? 'itu!a: ina of MhIlabou's army hlavei n.thiibg to oppose the march of the whole Prlrsi.,n forces on Paris. It matters little whethther 1zune is provisioned or not. He is cert:i,, ; no,,,t strong enouoh to take thle ,en fii hlf against the enemy, and his er:ny mi:ght be ehtirelv neglected it Perri: were an open town, The present question is, whether Paris is likely to hold out long enough to exhab st the Ger:naus and gain better timne for France. If the Germans appear before the gates of Paris, the situ.tion will be such as has pro. bably never occurred in the history of maui koind. Thle city has nearly 2,000,000 inhabi tants, annl is fully fortified according to the latest rules of eastremetation; for Paris is inot a mere fortress like Strasburg, but is also a fortitied camp like Verona, Miayence, and Metz. Let us sme in what its defences consist. In the first place Paris is surrnunded by a bastioned encieute nearl...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
IMPOUNDINc S. Alexandra.-Imrpounded at Alexandro. Rrd cow, white spot on near shoulder and flan), WN off rump, calf at foot; grey horse, 0 near shoulder. If not claimed and exprsnee Dsio, to be sold on 7th Dcaem b:r, AFMIsTBUt.G, Puundkeepers B3NALL.-- Impounded at P.rnel!o. Brown mare, R off B$oule or; ohesnut mare, a ar, scar on coir, L over 5 near shouldr, .. ov:r r? eff shoulder; bar colt, star, ne er ehoui; r, If not olaimed and ex persee pain, to be sold on 7th December, J P'ATTs, Pon'dkrrper. BEoADuIHADowSB.-Impund.d at Broaemeardnws. Bay colt, 1i over W off ehoulder, near hid fetlock white, star, long tail; bay ot, P near shoulder, long t'til. If not claimed and eopenses ,,aid, to be sold on 7th D nember. W H HILL P.urndkeeper. ComBeo,--Impounded at Cobu-g.- Bay mare, sTar, vcular mrrked, whiie spite under hilly, UO near s'toulder; black mare, lig:t mat,, at,r, o .liar ma: ketn, no viTsble bra' d. If no: claim-.4 and x1er,7ses p.id to ' e sold on 7th Drccmber. F W BUZLG.o Pu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
,SS1RS GORDON & GOTCO, or Collins stree t.4 west, Melbourne, have been appointed agent Ithis Journal. Mr 000H, Ballarat, has een appointed agent this journal. LONDON AGENCY. THE FBRE PBEss may be read gratuitously in Lon on, at the News Rooms of Messrs GORDON and folce, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and ,uhecripons for the same-are received. TII ILJ O1E FREE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. anI terms or adverthing in the Kilmora Free frsm are as under : STWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE PER INOCH. A reduction of ten per cent will be made for dareltisements ordered for one month; twenty per tat for two months; and thirty-three per cent for bree months :-beyond which time a. special arrange nertrill be made. The terms of subscription to the KilmoreTo'ee Press will be 6I 6d per quarter in town, and 7a 6d if posted the country, ?bs Quarters for substription to the Fres e Presa will commence on the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd oSptember, and 23...
ONLY A CLERK. (PORCUPINE) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
ONLY A OLERK. (roiorunr) 1 There are clerks and clerks o'erki in holy orders, c elfeki with their hundreds a year, and olfrks with I their tens. The greet mass of o!erka-and it is to these that we are going to refer-receive small lala- a rite. They s.e arouna and about them ama'l shop. IeVpers and rtisians receiving more money, having a e better status, and able to purchase more of the com forts and luxuries of life than they can. Being pro bably hett-r educated, and therefore more sensitive of what appears to them to be a paradox, they become f embittered at the contemplation of their position, and I cry ou', " I wih I had been anything else than a 8 quill driver." Upon toe face of it we can see enough i; reason t'.justify such an exolsmation. To see the d sons of beershop keepers and suoti like men, coarse a in manner, rough in language, with nothing to qualify these and other defects but the possession of money, i olmostrust them out of society altogether. is galling a to intelec...
DEATH OF MR. EDWARD HAYES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
ID?ATFI Of. MIR.D WARD HA YES. We regret this week to have t) record the death at Mr Ed1a:rd lYaes, which sad event took place at Kilinore on Saturday last, after a lingering illness Mr Hayes, since his arrival in this colony, hell a good position under Goveranmrat, a position which fuiiiug health, brought on by the loss of an o?li and bighly aecornpished dlaghter, necessi, tated his relinquishing. Deceased gentleman was b'irn at a plice called Carrickonlish, in the county Limerick. within six mules of the historic Treaty stone, and, having receive I the advantages of a good education, and being endowed with superior natural abilities as wellas mental ac?qirements of a high order, for which his native place efforded but little scope, he visited Eanland, and at Leeds engaged in. commercial pursuits,, for which his intelligence, high urinciples, and integrity weli fitted him. Though devoting mav years of his life to business, his L..-, for literature led him to study deeply, and be wa...
Monday, November 14. (Before J Evan, and W Spurling, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 17 November 1870
Monday, November 14, Before J Fynn, and W Spurling, J.P.'s) Wiliam Smith, charged with indecent ex-. posure, was ordered to gaol for three months with hard labor. James Delaney, charged with being drunk &nbsp; and disorderly. Discharged with a caution. For using obscene language he was fined 10s. Archibaldi MCol f£.r being drunk and disorderly.. was cautioned and uischarged. Same, for evadting payment of toll, was fined 20s and 217s costs.
BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 November 1870
BREACH OF PROMISE OF MAR RIAGE,. A case of this natnre was dealt with at the Supreme Court on Wednesday by Mr Jus. tice Williams and a special jury of four, the particulars of which ale as follow :-The plaintiff is a spinster, named Catherine He garty, who has for some time past been employed as general servant in the house. hold of Mr Macklin, brewer; of Cai'lton ; and the defendant William O'Donnell, is a jour neyman shoemaker. They first became aci quainted with each other In Januagy last, and kept company with each other for about six months, when one day about the latter end of May they agreed to be married in a fortnight, The defendant told his sweetheart that he intended commencing business on 3 his own account, and that he would stock a 1 shop with £200 worth of English goods, and as the carrying out of this project would ex: haust his means, his faithful and confiding fiance expended £20 out of her own savings in the pirchiase of furniture and other re quirementi of a marri...
DIABOLICAL MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 November 1870
DTATBOLICAL MURDER. A shocking mtirder was committed at Pvalorig, a township midway between Kil more and Heathcote, on Thursday evening lust, the vie?tir being.a man. named William Wiltshire, an old resident of that place. The following. are the particulars of the fdul deed i-Tw6 m-en named Williams and Collins had been drinking on Thur.day afternoon at Cooke's Hotel, Pyalong; they !f6 the hotel about sundown, taking with theni a otttle of b'atidy; arid ,ent in the dii rection of the residence of a woman named Bish, who has been deserted by her husband, and who lives a short distance from Cooke's Hotel. Williams there seems to have met; and had a quarrel, with the muirdered man; William Wiltshire, and he stated, in the hearing of the womran d3ish, that he would be irdeodged on him (Wiltshire) fher lie met hirm alone Nothing further, sdeni to be krdo.dt then until about ten o'clock thi sane niighit. whien Mfrs Coolke, tea;idig a noise as if the fence was being broked down; called a s...
AGENT GENERAL'S TELEGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 November 1870
AGENT. G ?NERAL'S TELEGRAMI The following telegram was received by the Treasirer' (Mr Frantcis) on Mdnday ladt from the Agent Genera]l in London: "TEidnuAu r FIR COLONIAL TIREASURER. " Adelaide, Nov 21. "hharl Granrville considers lhere is no pre: sent probability thit Englarid will become involved in the war "The Admliralitv cannot undertake to keep a steamer at Galle "The English Government think that your agent shnold determine whether a special steamer should be sent from Galle, but s..ys that your Government may rest assured that if war should occur, or if it lhou!.! he threatened, no effort will'o be spared to give warning and protection. " i' h fortress of Metz surrendered undion. dition.dlly on the 29tt October, .,nd 173,dod ri'isoners ,were takenti y the Germans, in c.luding 1;i,000 wounded, 40,000,000 of franc^, which was in military chests, and 2,000 tuns, were captured. " Te coin mnunications. respecting an armisi tice had been broken off. "The bombardment of Paris comme...
LATE TELEGRAMS LONDON, Oct 27. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 November 1870
_- LATE TELE R AlMS e Loiror , Obt 27; The Cesarewieh Stakes was won by Car e dinal York; Not-out, second and Fariaway Sthird. re The Queen has conserted to the marriage e of Princess Louise with the Marquis of Lorn i President Grant has issued a proclamation against enlistment in military expeditions. In the Cambridgeshire Stakes Adonis; Syrian, and Boriny Swell were the wine a ners. Sir Henry Storks is gazetted Colonel of the 70th, vice Doyle transferred 88th, vice Johnstoni transferred 66th. The September Australian mail arrived at Suez 20th October; and was due at Lone don on the 31st. The Papal Zouaves, under General Chi relle, arrived at Tours on the 8th. The King of Italy has decreed the Roniari provinces to form an internal pait of tieb kingdom. M Thiers was at Floreiice n the 10tl SOct. Garibaldi arrived at Marseilles on the 8th k ard was warmly received by the Government of f Tours on the 10th, He was appointed commander.of all volunteers in France. He arrived at Besancon ...
SPECIAL TELEGRAM LONDON, October 28 [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 November 1870
SPECIAL TELEGRAM LoNDo0, October 28 The Parlianis continue an impracticable iesistence, vainly etpecting deliverance. Provisions are becoming scarce. An unsueb cessful sortie was made from Mont Valerein on 21st October., Soissons; St. Quentin; and Schelstadt have capitulated. Garibaldi is inactive. The new French loan of 10 millions s#er' ling is bhrig subscribed in England. The British Goveriniment, supported by the other neiutral powers, have recommended an armistice between the belligerents. M Thiers is appointed negotiator to visit Paris and Versailles. His success is very doubtful. The German batteries are ready to bomi bard Paris. Metz; having been starved out, capitulated et?steday. One hundred and fifty thousand prisoners were takefi, including 20,000 sick ; also IMarshpls Bizasinp, Canrobert, and Le. ba uf. Ma?zini and Jacoby are released. The Ueumenical council is dissolved. The Duke of Aosta is a recognised candis date for the Spanish throne. Mortdn declines the Ameri:Dn ...
PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, November 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 November 1870
FARLI1MIN TAllY LEGISLATIVE COUNC'IL. Tuesday, November 22. In the Legislative Council on Tuesday, the President took the chair at 20 minutes past 4 o'clock. The President intimated, with reference to the Central Province election, that as the 30 days during which petitions may be pre sented would have expired oa Saturday next, he should, unless otherwise directed by the House, issue a writ on Monday for the elecr tion of a member to represent that pro, vince. Mr Iighctt's motion on the subject was then discharged from the notice paper. The l-ou:ac went into committee for the further consideration of the Insolvency Bill, which was reported to the House with amendments, and the adoptiona of the report made an order. of the day for Thursday. The Real >Praoerty Statute Anm,,dment Bil, and the Mhfarriedl WoAmen's Property Bill, received from, the Legislative Assembly, were re:ad a first time. The House, at its rising, adjourned until Thursday.
GENERAL SUMMARY LONDON, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 November 1870
GENERAL SUMMARY LoN'DoN, October 8. The friends of the colonial connection have held a conference at Liverpool ou the 19th September, during tlie.lileeting of the British Association, Sir Staff'ord. Northcote pre, sided, and said that the minchbievois fallacy that the colonies were a source of wbakness must be exploded, also that of the impossi bility of retaining that connexiori Lord Sandon said they must eradicate the idea of a possible break-up of the British Empire Political parties in Liverpool are united on that point. Mr Westgarth thought the colonial element should be engrafted on the Privy Council. A strong feeling in favor of the maintenance of colonial connexion per. vaded the speechen. The resignation of the Bishop of Perth has been announced. A new bishopric is to be founded at Rockhampton, and the Rev Mr Gordon, lately a missionary at Madras, has been appointed. Great difficulty has been eepbrienced in obtaining a crew for the Cerberus, owing to the fate of the ironcla...
THE WAR. [A Portion of ther following appsared in our Second Edition, published on Monday afternoon] ONDON, 25th Oct. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 November 1870
THE WAR; [A. portion of the following appeared in our Second 'Edition, published on Monday afternoon.] LONDON, 25th Oct. The Queen consents to the marriage of the Princess Louisa to the eldest son of the Duke of Argyle. The American, General Lee, ie dead. In, decisive fighting. Vouges marched on Neuf Brisack. Bombardment commenced, and garrison made succeessful sorties on the 21st, kill, ing and wounding two hundred. The steameir, Cambria, was wrecked on the Irish coast, and one hundred and seventy drowned. Bombardmehts of all forts around Paris commences this week. Bombardment of the city will fol low. The population is calm. The Guarde Mobile are becoming fine soldiers. Bazaine attacked Keimner's division on the 7th. The fighting lasted until night. The French were repulsed everywhere They have lost 2,500 men. The Prussians attacked Quentin, and met determined resistance; retreated; 5000 Mecklenburghers afterwards advanced, and I Quentin was occupied on the 22nd after a short cann...
STRIKE ON THE NORTH-EASTERN RAILWAY LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 November 1870
,i STiKE~ ON TIlE ifiOR'I-I.EASTiEIEN ,R.iILWAY LINE. The men on the NorthlEastern line of r.ailway were, during the fortnight preced ing Monday last, able to work full time-a circumstance which by many of them vas hailed with the utmost delight, as the long ae nd continuous wet weather for the many t months previous had rendered their position exceedingly irksome, most of them having had to go in debt for the bare necesaries of of life, and many who were not fortunate t, enough to have credit having had. to subsist 0 on very short rations. The advent of fine t weather, however, dispelled the clouds which seemed to loom over the brows of many of a the fine ableibodied men on the line, and they went to work with a will, and up to e Monday last it was scarcely expected that the slightest dissatisfaccton existed amongst them. On the morning of that day, how ever, a number of the navvies refused to wt ork at the present rate of wages, viz-Gs Y per eight hours' work--demanding 7s for ' c...
KILMORE POLICE COURT. Tuesday, November 22, 1870. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M., and His Worship the Mayor.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 24 November 1870
KILMORE POLICE COUItT. Tuesday, November 22, 1870: (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esqi, P.M., and His Worship the Mayor.) Decnou v. Wines, for Fe?ty blrcany.' The c) arge ws that (e`endari was poaseswd of a dust cos vhich prosecutor ,alleged belonged to him, and hbe never euthorised the accused to take it. He identified. the artiole by some ink stains, and the sleeves, origi. 'ally too long, having been turned up: The Bench, lowever, were not satisfied with the identity, and lischarged the accused Albarn v. R-ed, for £1 7sa. Mr Twigg for the laintiff;. Mr Meade for defendant.. The plaint if in this case was a labourer; named Michael Ahearn, who deposed tSat defendant Revd, , stb- contractor on the Nr.rth Eastern Railway line,. had employed him to work at the rate of 6, per day. Tie worked four days four hours, and, though Reed promised to pay him, he had not done so. I r cross examination plaintiti said he had received 243 from. 'Jr Noonan, but that was not in-satisfaction of the. present ...