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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870

i,?,,,.. .. . - - ,?, !_,. , _ IESSES GORDON & GIOTCH, or Collins stree I west, Melbourne, have been appointed agent rthis JournaL Mr' 000011, Ballarat, has been appointed agent , this journal. LONDON AGENCY. THE PFfs Paree may be read gratuitously in Lon on, at the 'News Rooms of Mesars GoaDorN and GowtH, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and subscrip one for the same are received. THE KILMORE FIREE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. THE terms or advertioing in the Kilmore Free Press are as under ; TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENOE PER INOH. 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 speoial arrange ment will be made. The terms of subscription to the Kilmtora Fre Prats will be 6s 6d per quarter in town, and 7e 6d if posted the country. 'he Quarters for subscription to the Free Press will commence on the 23rd Mar...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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KYNETON. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870

KIYNETON. Flour £10 108 ?4aiza, 5? to 6s 3d Bran, 1s Wheat 4. to 4s Sd Pollard, is id Ots, 31 Od to 3 2"1 Rye grams seed, 6( to 7e do Potatoes, £3 58 per ton DONNYBROOK. E Morenan, 1)onnybrook flour mills quote as foll!ows : Flour, £12 'Cs per ton " Hrnn, 1 4d per huhliel Pollard Is 6d per bushel HE ATHOOTE Accordi:g to the Times, the following prices rn for colonial produce at Heathcote : Flour L12 to L12 10s per tan Wheat 4s 6d to 4s 9d per bushel Oats s 6fd to4e do Cape Farley 2e 6d to 31 9d do Mlaize 7s do Bran lsOd O0 Pollard Is 3d do .P, tatoes £5 per ton ?lay £3 to £4 do lhiall L5 to £6 do Butter (eood fresh) is 2d per lb Eggs I? her dozen DALiAh!OkY CAMPBELL AND C0'S REPORT. Melbourne, November 30, 1870. FAT CATTLE.-1 276 head were yarded for the week's supply ; 9SOof which .ere sold to-day, and ft'" .?-nr.c' will ba offered to morrow. The quality oftthose nol. ranged from it ferior to p'ime. The o?enin esales were dull, but prices hardened towards tle ,?lose, and t!;o marke...

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BENALLA Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870

-0 BENALLA Thiursra~y, Tbe -'sign2 reports thi fllowii. e thO j:rices ru!l UFour, £10 to £10 10 per ton Wheat, 33 per hfizheZ Pollar1r, le Od do )'rrn, la do 2e Gd to 3s a e

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HUSBANDS AND THEIR HABITS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870

BUSBANDS AND THEIR HABITs.---ome husbands never kIave boh e in the morning without kissing their wives and bidding them "good bye," in the tones of unwearied love; and whether it be policy or fact, it has all the effect of fact, and those homes are generally pleasant ones proviced always that the wives are aporecited, and welcome the discipline in a kindly spi'it. We know an old gentlemen who lived with his wife over fifty years, and never left home without the kiss and the "goodbye." Some husbands shake bands with their wives and hurry off as fast as pcssible, as though the effort were a something they were anxious to forget, h::olding their heads down and dalting round the first earner. Some husbands will leave nome wi hout saying any thing at all, but thinking a good deal, as evinced by thtir turning tournd, at the last po;nt of observation and waving an adieu at he pleae'nr face or faces at the w:ndow. Some husbands never say a word, rising frost the breakfast table with the lof...

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THE GERMAN COMPLAINT AGAINST ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870

it E GERMAN COMPIAINT AG&INST ENGLAND. Ti e correspondence between Lord Granvillo and C rity ins toff on the sexed question of our neu thei in the present war has been publisted. Ou dressed clast month our Fore gn Secretary adO nta avircular deepatch to our diplomatio repre. i.lt?talis in Germany defining the position taken by Eniluadis a neutral, and supported his views by dtdoog nstances of the policy pursued by other at ,, Prusisa ncludtd, in precisely analogous ? Ocumotances. Count Bornstoff, in n elaborate paent. b dsought to combat Lord Granville's argui Sthi s ? proving the suggested analogy ; and it Ihtc document with the noble Earl's rejoinder, ib inow published. 'Ihat the Foreign Secretary 'st?t?e btat of it in the discusason may be inferrea 5on the German Ambassador's leading agument. b Isselrtlion that during the Crimean war Pug neutrsl,f , -. ,g te rim ean war P russia, yn freely supplied Russia, a belligerent, with |trorda nition, is met by the Count with the f...

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CAPITULATION OF STRASBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870

CAPITULkTION OF SLIM3SBURG. (From the Times Correspondent) From what we know of General Uhricn'. conduct in the preceeding stages of the siege it cannot have been a want of determination which made him hoist the white itg on t.oe eve of the supreme colilict. P'robtably ieg had cogent reasons for yielding, which will come out by.and.by. How resolute a soldier he was, and with what cool indiffereuce lie contemplateld the fate of the town, if he could only hold the fortress entrusted to his keep. ing, appears fromn a fact which has just come to light. When, by way of accelerating the delivery of the place, the Germans determined upon firing into the inhabited portion of the town for 36 hours, they twice notified the coming bombardment to the general in coma mand. This was done to enable the citizens to retreat with their valuables into cellars, and other places likely to withstand the rude knocks of the bullets. But the gsneral, fearing, that the citizens would press him to surrender t...

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Wednesday, December 7, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870

Wednestday, December 7, 1570. Thomas Bloxam for being drunk and disorderly was cautioned and discharged, being the first offence. Thomas H'Gahan and James Feaney, for wilful injury to private property, were remanded to the 9th inst. Some months ago we (the "Argus") extracted from the European papers the information that Dr Neumayer, late director of- the Flagataff Obseivatory in Melbourne, had been entrusted by the Austrian Government with the command of an expedition to the Antarctic regions for general scientific investigations, and also for the purpose of visiting and examining those localities most advantageously situated for making observations of the transit of Venus in 1874. We hear from a friend of Dr Neumayer, who received a letter fromn him by the last mail, that while the preliminary arrangements for this expedition were being executed, it was decided by the Austrian Government to postpone the voyage for another year, in consequence of the war between Germany and France, ...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE, (From the " Argus." Sydney, Tuesday, The Full Court have confirmed the verdict of wilful murder returned against Cambell for murdering the brothers Pohlman near Wagga Wagga, about two years ago. A service of plate, valued at £153, has been sent to Kenny, of rowing fame, by the out.going mail. Adelaide, Tuesday. The Germans send home £425 by this mail, making a total of £1,625 which has been raised here for the German relief fund. . Launceston, Tuesday; An affiliation case has occurred, in which the names of several influential citizens are unpleasantly dealt with, The particulars have not been published by the H.obart Town press, but are given in the Launceston papers.

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Monday, November 28, 1870. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870

Monday, November 28, 1870. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M.) Joseph Finlay, charged by Constable Ilicikey with being drunk and disorderly, was ca:uioned and discharged: Thomas Lynch, charged by Constable Sa age, wiith using obscene words in a public place, was fined 40s. Wiliiiam Tobin, charged by Constable M'IQuaide with being drunk and disorderly, ; a*s discharged with a caution. Thomas 'lturner. was charged by Sergeant Deamsv wi h disobeying an order for miaiuncua:uCe, and reminurded for forty eight houis.

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Friday, November 25, 1870. (Before John Fyn, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870

Friday, November 25, 1870. (ldofre John Fynn, Esq., J.P.) Francis Flynn and James Monahau were charged by Constable Hickey with being drunk and disorderiy, and were both cautioned and discharged.

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Tuesday, December 6, 1870. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq, P.M., L Bourke, Esq., J.P., and W. Spurling, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870

Tuesday, December 6, 187C. (Before A P. Akdehurst, Esq, P.1., L Bourke, Esq, J.P., and W. Spurling, Esq., J.P.) Constable IHickey, per Margaret Walks, Cornelius Howard, Richard Wallace, George Coghill, and William Dyson for assault and wilful damage to private property. Each was lined £5, and ordered to pay £3 d(amages, and 103 costs, in default two months' imprisonment, in addition to which defen:lant Wallace was ordered to find one surety in £20 to keep the peace for six Ju,,n, Patrick, and Catherine Flynn, charged with assatuting the police in the executio;I of their duty, and, on the appiiCa tion of the police, bail was extended for fourteen days. John Foster and John Hancock, for goods iilglKly detained, value £10. Order against detendant to return the things within forty-eight hours. Thomas ilaugh, Thomas Deane, Francis Kearus, and Dennis Lenahan, charged by the police, at the instance of O'Grady, Leggat, and Noonan, with wilful injury to private property under the value or £2...

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Tuesday, November 29, 1870. (Before A. P. Akehurst, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870

Tuesday, November 29, 1870. (iBfore A. P. Akehurst, P.M.) A charge against Patrick M'Dermott, for unlawfully wounding and killing a dog, was wPhilrawu.

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THE RETREAT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870

THE RETREAT. A correspondant of the Soir who was one of the last men to leave Metz before communications were cut off cvith that town, had the melancholy privelege to assist at the arrival of a convoy of wounded from the battle-field of Gravelotte. His description recalls some of those graphic pen-and-ink pictures of suffering that thrilled England to the core during the Crimean war. The roads were hard and rough from the place where the poor fellows had fallen; wheels of the heavy artillery had sunk into them, and broken them up into the semblance of American corduroy tracks. Judge of the torture the jolting of the springless country carts must have caused to men in the agonies of death, for such were the human bundles that lay writhing on the straw ! Those who has escaped with slighter wounds marched as well as they could beside their less fortunate comrades. They did not make a single mur mur of complaint. On they tottered, some times holding to the waggon to help their weak step...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870

PenULIsun THUansPDY fMorsixa. THLURSDAY, DECE4iBER 8, 1870. TnHE questiol of payment ot members is again occup.?alg the attention of Parlia ment, and the second reading of the Bill to remunerate hon, members has already passed the Legislative Assembly, and stands fair to become law. For ourselves we have always strenuously opposed the system of payment of members for many reasons, but in view of the guilt and corruption which have been exposed amongst the representatives of the people of this colony-those ent:usted with the performance of the most honorable anal sacred duties-we are almost inclined to forego our opposition to the payment of members, only with the hope that when they are receiving payment the temptation they are often subject to may not be so strong, and under the firm impression that it is im possible to drift from bad to werse. If we had any reasonable hope that payment of mem' bers would have the effect of weeding out of Parliament those who are known to have live...

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SPRINGFIELD ROAD BOARD. Monday, December 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870

SPRINGFIELD ROAD BOARD. Monday, December 5. Present:-Messrs Allan (ohairman), M'Lcod, Ford, Flanagan, O'Dwyer, and Hurst, The minutes of the ordinary meeting having been read were confirmed; also minutes of annual meeting. Correspondence as follows was then read and considered: i 1. From Shire of Avoca, in reference to the inser tion of a clause of d£O licence being inserted in the Wince, Boer, and Spir:ts Statute Amendment Bill for houses half a mi!e outside town. Mr Ford moved that the Board a?sist the Avoca Board in carrying out the suggestion. Seoonded by Mr Hurst and carried. 2. From Donald M'Ionia, relative to claim for road through his paddock. Referred to Finance Committee. 3. From William Lockhart, in reference to payment of £10 16s 61 on Hunt and Co's contract. The Obhairman said that the Board had no money on hand. In connection with this the Clerk stated that the contractors' security had consented to carry out the work. 4 A petition from ratepayers, influentially signed...

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BYLANDS AND GLENBURNIE ROAD BOARD. Monday, December 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870

BYLANDS AbiD GLENBURNIE ROAD BOARD. -4-~---- Monday, December 5. The usual monthly meetirg of the abo.ve board I was held at the office on Monday last. One o'clock having arrived, and a quorum not being present, the meeting adjourned by consent for an hour, in order to see if any more memberA wouldj put in an appearance. The members present at such adjournment bring Mesare Sorrag an, Arkeil, M'Kay antd Maloney. Mr M'MI:nuns laving soon afterwards joined them, it was commenced by Mr Maloney mnc.ving, in the absence of the Chairman, that Mr Arkell he voted to preside. Seconded by Mr M'IManum and carried. The Clfok havi.g s a rted to read the corresp?n donee, Mr Melon,.y crew ettr tion to te fert thBt the minutea of a previous meeting h.d no: been read. The minutes of the last ordinary, the ennual, and two adjourned meetings were then read. Beflre the confirmation of the mirntes, Mr Maloney asked it there asc a minute on toe book about the t.king of the Board Oflfico at £10 p r annum: ...

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OPENING OF AN ODDFELLOWS' LODGE AT SEYMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870

OPENING OF AN ODDFELLOWS' LODGE AT SEYMOUR. On Wednesday evening, November 30, an Odd. fellowe' Lodge, M.U.LQO.O.F:, to be designated the Loyal beymour Lodge, was opened by D.P.G. Masters Ooerlid and Whitby, assisted by P.P.G.M. Lord (of the South Melbourne Lodge), P.G. Sugden, P.G. Warren, Secretary Harwood (of the Kilmore Lo?e), P.G. M'Lean, and P.G Cushen (of the Eldo??-Greytown-Lodge). Thirteen gentlemen were initiated as members, three were proposed for initiation, and upwards of £80 paid to the funds of the new Lodge. The following brothers were elected . to fill the chairs for the first half year :-Brother C,. R. Bayley, N.G., and Brother T. Guild, Y.G. brother A. Guild was elected Treasurer, and Brother 0, H, Drew, Secretary; The room in which the rites and ceremonies were performed had been very expeditiously and neatly altered by Mr A. Guild, at the rear of his hotel, and many were the thanks which this gentlemen received for the trouble and expense he had gone to in aniti...

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KILMORE GENERAL SESSIONS. Friday December 2. (Before His Honor Judge Smyth) QUEEN V CARNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 December 1870

•KILMORE GENERAL SESSIONS. Friday December 2. -o (Before His Honor Judge Smyth) QUEEN F CARNIE In case of Thomas Carnie, the Crown did not file an information, and Mr O'Loghlen, Crown prosecutor, said the man ought to be discharged, and he accordingly was on his own recognisance in a sum of £100. LYNCH V. Bs.5AVE. This was an appeal case against the de. cision of the Bench at Kilmore, when the appellant Savage was fined £5. Mr Byrne appeared for the appellant. Mr O'Loghlen for the respondent. Mr Byrne took an objection to the convict tion on the ground that Mr Fynn, Mayor of Kilmore, who sibned the conviction, had not jurisdiction for the general sessions dis trict of Kilmore-one part of the convic tion set out that he was a justice of the peace for the colonv,.and in another part for the Borough of Kilmore. His Honor drew attention to the 117th rection of the Boroughs Statute under which he ruled that a mayor was a justice for the oclony. John Lynch, a farmer residing in Moran, din...

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CARDINAL CULLEN ON THE ITALIAN OCCUPATION OF ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 December 1870

CARDINAL CULLEN ON THE ITALIAN OCCUPATION OF ROME. Cardinal Cullen has issued a letter to the " clergy and people of his diocese" on the "late events in Rome." These, be says, must fill the heart of every Catholic with grief end indignation. " The Florentine Go vernment, unmindful of treaties, despising the principles of justice and honour, tramp ling on the most venerable rights, have in vaded, without any provocation whatever, and without declaring war, the small rem nant of Papal territories which had escaped their rapacity when plundering the States of the Church in 1859." Roine is now in the possession (the C:ardinal alds) of " usurping inarauders." The Pope is " a prisoner in his own capital, and our Divine Lord has been insulted in the person of His Vicar. In the whole history of the Church there has been nothing so audacious " This has been done, the Cardinal continues, under the hypocritical pretext of promoting Liberal views and the interests of nationality. To complete th...

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THE YARRA BUSHRANGERS. CAPTURE OF SULLIVAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 15 December 1870

TIIHE YAR]A BUSRIIANGERS. CAPTURE OF SULLIVAN, (Prom the " Herald.") Considerable excitement has been exi?.ing on the Yarra track since, the outrage committed by Frank Smith and John Sullivan about a fortnight ago in that locality, about fourteen miles from the Springs, on the Wood's Point road. So soon as Smith was sent to Melbourne, Sergeant Purnell, constables Mays, Costello, Chisholm, and a black tracker, went out in search of Sullivan, who was supposed to have taken the Acheron road: When he escaped from IMays on Friday night he started, with the belp of moonlight, in the direction of the Big River and Darlingforar. He" stuck up" a digger's camp on the B g River, and took a shirt and pair of loo's from the men, and then ma:do his way to the Upper Goulburn. There he n:et a digger called '' Soldier Tom?," from whom he got some food, and remarked to him, "If you hear anything about a trooper being shot at, mind, the party who is blamed for it is innocent, as the gun went off accid...

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