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GOULBURN VALLEY ROAD BOARD. Annual Meeting, Nov. 16, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870

GOULBURN' VALLEY ROAD BOARD. Annual Meeting, Nov. 16, 1870. Present--M:esrs Hickey, (chairman) GorL, man, Delaney, and HobaIt, The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The clerk baid, before th.aBoard the annual statement, books, &e., which were examined and allowed on the motion of Mr Gorman, seconded. by Mr Hobart. The Chairman said his. year. of office had expired, and the next business was to elect a. chairman for the ensuing year. Mr Delaney moved- that Mr- Hickey be re. elected chairman.' Seconded.by Mr Hobart; MIr Hickey declined to get as chairman. lMlr Hickey moved that Mr Delaney. be elected chairman, for the ensuing year. Seconded by AMr Hobart, and carried. Correspondence as follows was. than dis posed: of: L, From Roads and Bridges office, steting that plans of Hughes' Creek bridge had been approved of by the inspecting engineer. 5. From the Shire of Mcvor, with scale of tolls ot the proposed ferry at Tabilk, and saying the scale adopted by t...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870

IRELAND. The Waterford IHarbour Commissioners have resolved to erect a breakwater in Pas sage roadstead,. at a cost of £10,000; on plans prepared by Coode.. The. Marquis of Waterford contributes. largely, and. gives hcilities for the execution of the work. Cardinal Cullen,. in his exuberant joy at the ,uccess of " the scheme for forcing on Catholics, as an article of belief, the infalli bility of the Pontilf," has decreed an solemn three days' devotion in commemoration of what he regards na a great victory for his Church. In consequence of the appearance of in, security which matters presented in Paris, the superiors of th?e Irish College have sent home the students that were staying during vacation andl the business of the col:ege cannict be resuined at the usual time, nor until a settled, order of things be es tablishedd. Plscarda have been posted through Dubt S!;or. stoe: days past asking for recruits for a "?his XAubutance Corps," to be devoted exclusively to the relief of- the ...

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HOME NEWS. SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870

1HOME NEWS. (From the European Mail.) SCOTLAND. A baking firm in Dundee has entered into a contract to supply thirty tons of bread a week for several weeks to France. Two car goes have already been sent to Havre: 'Ihe Glasgow committee announce sub scriptions to the amount of £6,000 in aid of the sick and wounded soldiers of the French and German armies. Mr Henry Ferguson, Pitlochrie, has just smoked a hive, which weighs 136: lbs gross, or after making ample allowance for hive and ekes, one cwt of honey. This was all made since the end of July last: The Government have contracted with Messrs John Elder and Co., Glasgow, for the construction of an. armour-clad having two revolving turrets, to carry guns of the largest calibre. The firm have engaged to complete this armour-clad in fifteen months. Mr Rettie, New Deer, writes us :-" There have grown this season on Pundler Croft, New Deer, from a single seed; of oats ten stalks, containing in all, 900 grains,. an aver age of 00 grains on...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870

IMPOINDINGS. At 'un aoni -Impounded at Alexandra.-Bay horse, rx near ashu'der, w near rump, Fl, over F off shoulder, D2 ?ff neck ; Cheanut o b, s near shoulder, B2 off neck; bay mare, 4 n;ear shoulder, Jo off ohoul der, 12 off neck ; roan horse, star, three white' feet, like so near shoulder;b y horse, star, near hind foot white, collar m .rke&, draught breed, no visible brand; brown mare, tan munzl, A near shoulder. If rot claimed and exenneee prid, to he sold on 21st December. A ARMSTaONG, Pounrkeeper. BENALLA.-Impounded at Benalia. Blue straw berry cow, piece out of near ear, like VAv conjoined near ribs, L near rump ; brindle and white cow, piece off both ears, like "vA cao j :ined near, - near rump; white cow, blue neck. piece off both ears, like viv conjoined n-ar ribs, 3 near rump, Jra eof ribs; red cow, piece off both ears, I B off rump and rib,, a off shoulder. J WATTr , Poundkeeper. Conuva.-Impounded at Coburg. Bay horse, collar marked, broken knees, star, LT off s...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET M. M'CAW AND ANOTHER, REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870

SELBOU IT R E 'ROD UCE MARK~IE T M, M'CAw AND ANOTHER, REPORT For the Week ending 23rd November, 1870: There has been a slight decline in the breadstuffi market since our last, beet brands of 11fur cannot he pieced just now over £12 15e, and wheat from he 6,d to 5, 93. In feeding grains the turn is in favor of buyers; holders generally, bowever, do not feel disposed Icto Ecceptlower rates, as stocks in Melbourne are not heavy, and presents .rcespects in regard to the coming has rest not very promising Tranrc'ions in dai:y poduce have been very few Ft:ring the past week at fluctuating prices, anwi at our er.l to day we found biddinge, unless for a few prir.e lets, very languid. Eclow we give details-result of actual sales. £ D La D Flour, Ek dsd Victorian 12. 5 0 to 13 0 0 seconds 8 5 0 to 10 17 6 Wheat, trilling samp Vie. 5 6 to 5 1 t('po Barley 2 10 to 2 11 O.ts 3 4 to 3 9 lire 3 0 to 3 0 (rars reed (perennial) 2 0 to 5 0 ,ran 1 1 ]'oilard 1 to 1 2 latco.a 7 to 9 Heama to 9 C: e~a ...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870

PUBLISHED THURSDAY MOnrNaIN. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1870. THE Legislative Assembly on Tuesday night was partly engaged in a discussion in com. mittee upon the Wines, Beer, and ,cpirits Sale Statute Amendment Bill, nows sought to be passed through Parliament, and though there are, judging from the tone of the House, many members of which do not seem to have been well versed upon the subject of which they were speaking, some objections able portions of the Bill which are likely to become law, still we may hope to see con. siderable improvement, as regards the gale of spirituous liquors, upon the present system, which has, in our opinion, proved more dangerous to the peace and welfare of the colony than did the enactment by which it was preceded. Quoting from a contemipoi rary, in reference to the discussion alluded to-" it was pointed out that at once and altogether to abolish beer licences would be very seriously to damage a large and prospe; rous industry which now gave employment to...

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A PERLIOUS NIGHT AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870

A 'PERLIOUS NlIGHT AT SEA: On Tuesday mirniog the 156th instant, asay the Newcastle Chronicle, shortly after seven o'clcok, two fishermen named Benjamin Chamberlin and Peter Nevis put out to sea to follow their usual avooation. After going abmhn six miles in a nnlther!y direction, they came to anchor, tlut after staying in this spot about twa hours, they were uneucces?'ul in getting any fish, Seeing indications of a strong southerly breeze comirg up, they quickly got up anchor and made sail for the harbor, but the gale came upon them too quickly, and after going a short distance, they had again to drop anchor in order to shorten sail. They vertted agein under clone reefed mr.iesail and reeled jib. but had not gone far when the jib split; their only resource was to come to anchor again, anl: now.. in, they would have to remain out all night, they managed t. get within a mile and a half of the breaker beach, so as to be out of the track of vessels going in and out of the harbor, for f...

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STRIKE ON THE NORTH-EASTERN RAILWAY LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870

STRIKE ON THE NORTH-EASTERN RAILWAY LINE. Last week we announced a strike amongst the navvies on the North-Eastern railway line, and we much regret that up to the present time such arrnngements havo not been come to, either by the contractors mak. ing the concessib2 demanded by the.navvies or by the latter foregoing their demand and consenting to work at the old figure-. viz., 6s per day-as to arrive at an amicable I settlement, which, however effected, must - prove to the interest of all concerned. The contractors, Messrs O'Grady, Leggat and I Noonan, met the strikers during the week, and, after explaining to them that there was no chance of a compliance with the request of the navvies to raise the wages to seven shillings per day of eight hours, recommen ded those who were not inclined to work for six shillings per day to leave, and allow the many men who were anxious to pursue their labours at the present rate of wages to do so unmolested. This the strikers refused, and have spen...

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MYSTERIOUS PROPHECIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870

MEYSTERIOUS PROPHECIEB. Some curious prophooiee are being brough` to light in France, having referones, it is suppon?d, to the present orisis, whioh he spoke of " the life of him who was to save France." More singular is the pro phecy of Blois, as it is called, which was made in 1808 by an Ursuline nun, who foretold troubles in Blois 1848 and 1870. What gives espeeial intarest to thewE prognostications is the statement that the prophecy concerning 1848 was partially reolised. The Conetitutionnel] which publishes the document, remarks. that this accounts for its great local celebrity, It is to be hoped, in the intereote of France; that the latter part may prove equally nuthenio; for aefer for:tclling terrible trcublet to France in 1870, the oun, like th3 aetrolgcr prcdiota 1' 1 cauveuT accords a Ia France," adding that thle ountry had not ex pectLd him. Some points in this prophecy are cer& tainly oorious when we remember how long it has been in existence. The "grands malheur...

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Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870

The !,ong patition of James _orri on, into police constable, and engiged in the of~ie of M.r Superinlendent Green rt Wilonre, which was presented to the Leoi?iti^'e C?a.tmbly cion Tlrs:iay evening by i[r M'Tran, d8 scribes some curious phnses ofpolece 1i,, the queI-ionrabl nets of ?,o omecrs, ":!1, thle .?i' elib. .u c ltract.ceed byv su?bllr? n-:.' . 'llui " --.:. .i t coIn e(1'-a:bl', it Ce em~ , h: ile .:c'i as clerk tIo -Suo?"rit"nent Green, ' c. 'to the conclusion t iha the !ate'r required hirl to falsify pubice accounts i'n avor of t"e, p1;'ivate expenrse of the former. An in st'nece of this the ipetitioner gae, to the effec t that the i.ilmore policemen ,hd to go without their full allowance of kerosene, be cause of Mr Green's undue demand upon the Government stores of that article, Be lieving that fraud was intended, the peti tioner first tried to get transferred, and, failing in that, declined to anke ithe nces sary cntries in the Government accounts. Further, he took "note...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870

SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. -*-0- T. J. GEO : G H E GA N, Is no:v Showing 1ovelties in Millinery Black and'Color;ed Silks Flowers and Feathers Plain and Fancy Dresses Hats and Ponnels Prints and Brown Bollands Parasols rnd Slays Laces and Gloves Silk Jackets and Shaaws | 7rinmmings and Pe'fionery 0 ALSO A ULARGE and Well-assorted STOCK of Men's and Boy's CLOTHING, BOOTS an SEOES. -o Excellent value in Caliojes, Flannels, Shirtings, Tiokings, and Blankets, T. J. GEOGHEGAN Commercial House, Sydney street, Kilmore.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870

-1FESSRS GORDON & GOTCH, or Collins stree SQ west, Melbourne, have been appointed agent rthis Journal. Mr GOOCH, Ballarat, has beea appointed agent this journal. LONDON AGE?CY.. THE FrEE PBESS may be read gratuitously in Lon. on, at the 'News Booms of Messrs GonQnox and GoTlc, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and subsorip ons for the same are received. THE KIIM.YOROI FRE' P3SS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MOWRN{N1 AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. A EE terms or advertiiing: in the Kielmors PFree 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 ant for two months; and thirty-three per cent for hree months :-beyond which time a special arrange meet will be made. The terms of subscription to the KilmorePree Press will be 6s 6d per quarter in town, and 7s 6d if posted the country. The Quarters for subscription to the Free Press will commence on the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd Sep...

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BENALLA Thursday, [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870

BENALLA Thursday, T!'o Ensign reports thoe following as the prices rule Ing : Flour, £10 to £10 103 per ton Wheat, 3a per hbuhel Pollard, is Od do Bran, Is do S2 6d to 33s

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870

COMIMERCIAL INrELLIGENCE EILMORI. Georze Hudcrn qunte.: (ii0., Colonriia, 3? to 8a 3,1 per bushal Bran, is per bushel Pollard, is 41 per htuhel IHny, oew L3 5s to L3 10 per ton Chsff, 41 per ewt Potatoes, 3s to 33 Gd per ewt John J Reilly quotes : Oats 39 3d to 3S 61 per bush Bran ls 2d do Pollard is 41 do flay L3 10s per toa chaff 4s per ewt Potatoes L3 5; to L3 15; per ton

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WHY THE EMPEROR MADE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870

WIIY TEIE EMPEROR MADE WAR. A eorreepondent sayse :-" A story is current in P,ris which would account for the difference between t.h paper and the effective force of the array, and Ohrhc to a certain extent explains why the Emperor rushed into war, although he knew that he ,ae un. preared for it. Of late years his Civil List h?e rot Len large enough to provide for the lavioh cr reer of hip Court, his largesee to its inherents, and thesecre service money which was requ'red to keep op the love of Imperialism among his eubjuoi., about two millions sterling were therefore yearly to fom the Ministry of War, and handed over thim. This lire ny was concealed by stores bying on the accounts which never had been bo't,anod by loosing the money which was paid ior the military treasury by those who were drawn lorthe Conscription to enable Government to buy ihtitates. •Regiments, consequently, which were inllyg 23000 strong only had an effective of ral001 he money for the substitute and the suppo...

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FRANCE. THE NEW POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870

FRANCE. -4-~- THE NEW POLICY. I1 Jules Farre has issued a Circular, dated Sept mber 19, in order to explain the decree which hastens the elections to the Constituent Assembly, and the resolution to convoke that body as soon as possible. Among other things 11 Jules Pavre says z -:I will sum up our entire policy. In accepting the perilous task which was imposed upon us by the fall of the Imperial Government we had but one idb-namely, to defend our territory, to save our honor, and to givo back to the nation the power smanating from itself, and which it alone could ex ercise. We should have wished that this great act tight have been completed without transition, but the first necessity was to face the enemy. We have not the pretension to ask disinterestedness of Prussia. We take account of the feelings to which the great' ntr of her loases and the natural exaltation of victory hre given rise in her. These feelings explain the iolence of the Press, which we are far from con, fIrding wit...

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To the Editor of the Free Press. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870

To the Editor of the Fiee Press, Fin,-Will you kindly allow me through the medium of your valuable paper, for which I hwvo been a subosriber for a long time, to answer with a view to o ntradict, a ecurrilnus arziclo which appearcd in your issue of November 2tth, Mr Itenerant Barber,-You and your mate com. plain of being barbourely treated in a hotel, as vuii spitefully term my hotel, which ia-altho gh not the largest-one of the best conducted and r,tost rearr.,,t able hotels in Seymour; you prumble at bring w' ho up in the middle of the night and told to clear out. Now, air this is a downriqht unblushing faleehoot Besides you were in such a happy state of oblivion at the time from drink that if I had not taken pity on your,'forlorn condition, when you came to my house in:sueh a state, and attended you and your mate r-gardlese of exprnse, there would be a ronirdt in the papers of another death from drowning. Y::u did nothave to leave my pleca til' the flood wa?s down, and were rot el...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870

TO CORRESPONDENTS. To ensure the znservzn of commniunicatlons it ahbolutely necessary t?at tkey should be couched in moderate language, and written is the form of le ters. dl, communicatlone intended for inserilon must be authenticated by the name and address of the writer nat necessarily for publication but as a guaanteee of good faith, " Ta LoNG IhNDmDUAL."--Your h t'er seoms to partake more of the rature of a private quarrel than anything else. If you hare aught of public interest to write upon we will gladly afford you.everv facilty, but we cannot allow our j urnal become the vehiocl for attacks upon the characters of private citizans. ---.tom-

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(To the Editor of the Kilmore Free Press.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870

(To the Editor of the Kilmore Free Pres.) Bin,-Will you or somo one of your reader infor me why a new journal is going to be starter i Kilmore ? I put the same question twie or td during the past week to persons whom I suppoJ : oould inform me, but on each occasion I got 5 unsatisfactory .answer,F 'One eon teld meo tah it was because you excited the indignation of two individuals by telling one of them a Demosthenes (elias a most eloquent man), and by not calling the other a Gascoigne (alias a model of justice, a person who in his public capacity would try to have the same justice done to the contractor who speort nothing at his bar the evening before as to the one that might have spent ten pounds), a term which, if you did apply it to him, some perhaps mieht not be inclined to believe it, This explanation did not satisfy me; for, admitting that you did incur the displeasure of those persons by uttering a harmless jest at the expense of the one, and by having described some of the m...

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To the Editor of the Free Press [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 December 1870

To the Editor of the Free Press SI,--On perusal of your issue of last week I wa? suprised to flnd a letter signed "The Itinerant Barber," the contents of which greatly annoyed me, so much so that I thought the only way to give vent to my feelings would be to sit down and write some reply: so much for one's kindness-this is an un" erateful world we live in-the ungrateful little- but hold, I am going on a little too fast. I do not think now it was the little barber who wrote the letter, or had anything whatever to do with it sat all. I have every reason to believe it emanated from "little Scotland." By the way I must here ofer an apology to Frenchy for the shameful way in ahich I abused him the other day, accusing him of having written this said letter. The fact is I was doing the " Yankee Grab" business rather freely that day, and the consequence was I got disgustingly tight; however it is all over now and I feel sorry, and will not be a bad boy and do it again. Respecting "sYankee G...

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