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RED TAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870
RED TAPE. An Antiquarian, writing in Melbourne Punch, of Thursday last, thus discourses: This great institution has taken firm root in the colony. Its altars are in the Govern ment offices, and its high priests are the lineal descendants of the immortal Tite Barnacle. With Red Tape and its ministen ing angel, Circumlocution, every blessing which progress can confer is possible. The theory of the transmutation of baser metals into gold receives a practical illustration in every day life under the subtle influence of Red Tape. It can transform a muff into a mitgistrate, and elevate a potboy to a Drofesl sion. It surrounds the official with an impenetrable halo, and, like charity, covers a multitude of sins. Impertinent inquirers after what are stupidly called natural or purchased rights, are instantly extinguished by it. The beauty of the thing is, that no particular ability is required in its adminis tration. A snob of the first water makes the most successful operator. The plant has...
ENGLAND AND ITS ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870
ENGLAND AND ITS ADVERTISE. MENTS. It is pleasant to think how easy it is to live in a country like England, where everybody and everything is so perfect. The advertisements make me feel good all over; every house to let is the most splendiferous, commodious, best locate4 and has the best fixings in the world-ever shop sells things for nothing, and finds strings and wrapping paper gratis. There are lots of butlers of undeniable characters, who thoi roughly understand their business, and are ready to serve you if there are only under, lings enough to do all the work. Ladies' helps that are" complete milliners, tip top hairdressers, and can speak French if you can't understand their English. They only left their last places because their mistresses Here something peculiar in their tempers, not liking to keep a dog and do their own barking. And there are pious young weti nurses for Christian families, and economical cooks that have studied under French artists, and are up to the dodges ...
Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1870. A MERRY CHRISTMAS! [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870
iLrmore FR1 e It M ?UBLISUBD TIivlasAY %IORNINQ. THURSDAY, DECE11BER 22, 1870. A MERRY CHIRISPMAS! ----4- TIlE mere mention of the word Christmas has the effect of raising in the mind the oldest assciatious. Perhaps the longes t stretch which the memory of most can take would have the effect of recalling the first happy Christmas spent, and vivid indeed would be the colors in which we could cescribe our first and earliest impressions of Christmas. Day. Reminiscencea of a most pleasing nature spring into existetceeat this period of the year -this time of festivity and thanksgiving ; the imaginations wander back through the. several years we have been journeying through this world of ours, and we may be almost said to live over them again and again. Though. it is nowja time of rejoicing, it is also a period for deep thought-a sort of reckoning day. We make our calculations in many ways, and are most particular in noting if during the past year some loved one was taken from the domesti...
Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870
The Banks at Kilmore will be closed on 1k Monday and Tuesday next, for the Christi rmas Holidays. ,# We have been requested by Mrssrs 4 Thomas Fox, Tallarook, A Guild, Seymour, J Wylie, Tabilk, and J Westerdale, Manu # galore, to contradict most positively a state o ment in a new paper published in Kilmore lately, to the effect that they are agents 11 for the sale thereof. The gentleman named - decline to identify themselves in this manner 2 with the new u.dertaking. We regret to state that during the past 5 few days death has been rather busy amongst t us. Mrs John Gleeson, of the High Plain g Camp, died on the 18th instant at the early r age of 34,and the large number of persons who followed the remains to the Kilmore Cemetery on Monday last was strong evi a deuce of the high esteem in which the de. 0 ceased had been held during life. Mrs " Hayes, wife of John Charles Hayes, of St Patrick's school, who had been ailing for some time past, expired on Monday afternoon at the age of 4...
IN MEMORIAM. J. C. C. H. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870
IN MEMUORIBAf. J. 0. o. H. One more to the bright sky is given, One more from our fair earth is gone, A ?em from our fond love is riven, An angel to heaves has flown. If tears could be strrs, love, to crown thee, If sighs could thy vir;toy win, iffulgerce of light sh ult surround thee, And angels lily dear worth should hymn. As wire- -o heow Arue thy devotion; As mr.ther--irw te' der thy care; As eChi, ti, -?ow pire each emo-ion; As friend--vould thy ki* d were less rare. Al.s that thle sseel jyo of heaven Should sp ing fr:,o the ad tears of earth, Aid cpiiit; cf bli.s should he dr:ven To glean fr. m our globe all its .north. From our h:earti not an nngel :hall snatch thee, Nor eanrs thee tr, m memory steal, Not in time wi I anr"the-, live, ma ch thee, Nor cause us such sorrow te feel. Adieu--llut in momen'a of udrness Thy fond frre is tlear to our heart; Adi?u-c ut in Ir?!eite of gi4d: es*, RemTe:branuco of thee ;ill have part. To eirth, as Gid oishes, we give thee, But cA not ,pit...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. SPECIAL TELEGRAM Per Greville & Co., Reuter's Agents. FREE PRESS Office, Tuesday, December 20th, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870
SARRIVAL -4 n . OF 1iIE 'G ENGLISH MAIL d SSPECIAL TELEGTRAX S Per Greville & Co., Renter's Agents. FREE PREss Office, Tuesday, December 20th, 1870. S[A portion of the following appeared it San " Extraordinary" published at this offict on Tuesda) afternoon.] LONDON, November 23. The bombardment of Paris has not yet commenced. Riotous armed manifestations occurred on the 31st October. A committee for public safety has been proclaimed. The members of the Government were made prisoners, but were subsequently rescued by the National Guards. Jules Favre addressed the multitude, and said the Goverment had sworn not to yield an inch of territory; The announcement was enthusiastically applauded. The Prussians captured two Paris balloon. in which were five passengers. Thiers has received orders from Paris to break off armistice negotiations, and leave German head-quarters. The bombardment of Paris was delayed in consequence of the reported scarcity of provisions. Accounts to the 20th...
A MODEL SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870
A MODEL SHIRE COUNCIL. The Benalla Shire Council ehaermbcr r m, lively plah', accordiig to the Ea igq, which .ir : a report of the ditting of the council on WeL: .3'j left; f,om which we ext;,?c't the follJor~;i: li~b amenities indulged in by the members:- Or Si',?on sugeeted that the cour ::': ,':.uld borrow £10,000 or £20,000 to meet ? e..., for he could show them how to use it ii :h .: y had brains, Cr Roo said that wcco a very urn,::i :.y .n:dy remark. Or Simson-"' Yee, cnu five or si= of you want your -- heads punched." Cr Hoskins said if they deserved it they ought to get it. Or Simson--" Ye, you -- scoundrel; and you among the reat." Cr Hoski?a-"You had better try it: It would efford me very great pleasure to meet you under any circumstances, and at any time." Cr Simeon-" They will have it yet.'! Or Hoskins--"I can always speak the truth; that'a more than you can." At this stage the council broke up, and Mr Roe, referring to Mr Simeon's prior observation, said, as he possosse...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870
:jPI~1?GFIELD ROAD DIY'%iLCIT. TENIDERS. T NDE?B will her. eived by the Board of the above R1ojo Distrct up to noon on Mondav the 2z.o January, 1871, for various wori s in the dirsict. Puan S?, en be ,ten at the tffice of tLe Board on and aeber oi.duy tht 26 h let 'I?e low at, or any render, not necessarily to be aaocepte. (tfy order) D. J. IUNT, Jlerk. Road Board Office, December 22nd, 1870.
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET M. M'CAW AND ANOTHER, REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870
ME LBOURNE PRODUOE MARKET M, M'CAw arD AroTHoa, REPORT For the Week ending Droember 14, 1870: The Flour and Grain market without any meteria change as regards price, alhbough there is a oonsider ably better aen.and at the late ruling rates. Best brands of the former find ready sale in parcels at .£12 5s to £12 10,. Wheat, if prime quality, well cleaved, in good demand at our quotatone of 5s 8d to 53 9d ; and me .ium quali v 5S 4 i to 53 6d. Feeding grains are wtoiuut ay change of note Good oats, for feeding purposes, saleable at 3S 4e to 8s 6d ; while prime milling samples are worth 3. 7d to Ss 8d. Maize keeps steady at 4e to 4a Id. Dairy produce has been in rather better demand, with a slight rise in price for the best parcels. Below we give details--result of actual sales. SasD £s D Flour, ek dad Victorian 12 7 6 to 12 10 0 seconds 8 0 0 Ia:za 6 4 O4 Wheat, milling samp Vic. o 5 4j to 0 5 8 Barley, melting 0 4 0 Cape Barley 0 2 10 to 0 3 0 Oats, feed 0 3 4 to 0 3 6 Bran 0 1 1 Poll...
SPECIAL TELEGRAMS London Nov 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870
SPECIAL TELEGRAMS -0 London Nwo 24. Russia notifies her withdrawal boam the stipulations of the Paris treaty neutralising the Black Sea. Austria, Turkey, and Italy send further remonstrances Dr Russell, at Versailles, is souuding Bismarck. Prince Gortschakoff's ultimatum is anxiously awaited Latest telegrams from the northern capi tals indicate a peaceful solution.
LATE TELEGRAMS LONDON, Nov 26 [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870
LATE TEL!GAnMS Lozi xN, Nov 26 When the German army quitted Metz two corps moved to the south, and two to the north, towards Lille, the remainder to Paris. General Manteuffel commands the first army in Normandy, Picardy, and Brittany ; Prince Frederick Charles, the second army, to operate in central France. tMarshal Bazaine has published a general order, in which he says he was conquered by famine, and denies Gambetta's charge of M Thiers' armistice negotiations, after being nearly arranged, again fell through on the 6th, The refusal of the Prussians to allow the provisioning of Paris, caused their failure. Count Bismirck offered to allow the elections to go on without granting an armistice, but General Trochu persuaded the Paris Gove:nment not to accept the offer. A vote was ordered in Paris to determine whether the Parisians will maintain the powers of the Government for national de, fence. The result was 442,000 ayes to 49,000 Felix Pyat, Joly, and other chiefs of b3at talion of ...
CONTINENTAL [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870
CON TINEN TAL The Spanish Government i.J rigorously prohibiting the export of contraband of war to France. In Italy the acquisition of Rome gives trouble to the Government. A dissolution of parliament is expected. The disposal of the Pope occasions great perplexity. Sella and Marmora are organising the ad ministration of the city government Austria and Prussia refuse their inter vention in the Roman question. There are Ministerial crises in Holland and Belgium in consequence cf the German sovereigns and princes at Versailles settling a new constitution for United Germany. Bavaria is demanding exceptional privileges. On his entrance into Paris King Williamn will probably be proclaimed Emperor of Germany. A secret treaty between Russia and Prus sia is affirmed
GENERAL SUMMARY LONDON, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870
GIESERAL SUMMARY SLONDON, November 4. The Australian September mail was delive:ed in Loudo'i on the 31st of October. The mail and passenger service via San Francisco is to be continued under per. manent arrangements. Large qumntities of Australian preserved meat have been supplied by means of the Daily News fund to the suffering French peasantry between Sedan and Metz. At a meeting for the discussilon of the best methods of preserving meats, Mr Richard Jones showed some specimens of his patent plan for cooking in vacuo, and thus insuring firmness of fibre. The personalty of the late Sir Henry Young was sworn under £7,000. The Tichborne case comes before the Court of Common Pleas on the 18th inst. Pending the trial, the proceedings in bankruptcy are postponed till December The announcement of the intended mar riage of the Princess Louise to the Marquis of Lorn excites universal satisfaction, except in Ireland where a disposition exists to make a grievance of it. The marriage is expec...
AMERICA [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870
. AMhEllC . The Democrats have carried the elections in the States of New York, Tennessee, and Alabama. The Republicans have won in, Missouri. The general result is a demo cratic gain On the 25th General Butter made a violent speech against England at Boston NEW YoRK, Nov 2 President Grant wishes that the Al.ibsuwa claims should be pressed to a settlement.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870
BIRTH. .At Kilmore, on Thursday, the 15th instant, the wife of W. Z, Perrott, Esq., Civil Engineer, of a &nbsp; son. MARRIAGE &nbsp; On the 18th instant, at Kilmore, by the Rev H F &nbsp; Bradbee, Richard, Son of Patrick Denehy, county &nbsp; &nbsp; Cork, Ireland, to Sarah, only daughttr of the late &nbsp; Mr William Thompson, officer of the Royal Navy, Woolwich. &nbsp; DEATH. On the 19th inst., at Kilmore, Kate, the beloved wife of John Charles Haye?,aged forty-three years. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
ARCHÆOLOGICAL AND TOPOGRAPHICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870
ARCIt:?)OLOJGICAL AND TOPOGRA PIICAL NOTES. The political divisions of a country should claim the p irticular attention of diplomatists for on it ofien depends the peace and pros p)erity of its inhahitants and the progress of civiliztion, striking illustrations of which h1ie ap peared in every age, and in all civi lizel Tri .ims. to the divisiol of his new te'ritiri:d possessions into three parts by I[remronn, , ti, st monarch of Ireland, the southern por..ion, or 1l n1ste'. he conderred on his irnc. her, ri'rn vwh' -i are d .s:ended the chief taillies ,f that pro'in'e ; the northern li:,rtion, or Ulster, f'roon which is descended the tre:'t no?;th!:;n race, fell to the lot of his ::,pphlw-tlhereby retaining the middle per.. tin (ITinstor) which extended on the east c.:oat I:.,r, \Vex'ford ti Droi heda, and Con I:m b which avcended on the west coast f';omii the ist u:rv of ih3 s3h::minoen to the ,la of' i),riega: . ais an inherit:tance for his own posterity, who are to he found in t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870
ALEXANDRA-I mpounded at Airxandra brown mare, star, WIH enear shoulder, like (R off shoulder If not claim et, &e, to be cold on 11th Jat ua'y, 1871. A ARMhTRONG, Puundkeeper. BROADMEADOWS.- Impounded at Broad P'y Lor.eF, C '? nrer shculd?r, star, stripe and snip, Brown mere, like TH conjoined near shoulder, halter on Bay'mare, FP off sl;oulder, collar marked If not claimed and expet ses paid, to be sold on 11th January. W H HILL, Poundkespar. G ISEORNE.-Impounded at Gisborne Light strawberry or roan cow, red ears, notch near ear, EW near rump Dark brown horse, large star, near hind foot white, anchor off shoulder If not claimed and expenses paid to be sold on 11th January. H R DIXON, Poundkeeper HEATHCOTE.-Impounded at Heathoole Black horse, white inside near fore coronet, short switch tail, like 7 near shoulder d (writing) hbay mare, switch tail, scar on lain, no visible brand bay drauirt mare, blaze, hind feet white, soar on nose, like g D conjuined near shoulder, broken h...
"MARRIED AND CAN'T COME." [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870
"MAJJIMED AND CAN'T 0omE?."-One Of our enterprising innkeepers at Deniliquin (says the Pastoral ''imes) went to Melbourne recently to so cure the services of a barmaid, whi:h hle id, paying for her passage, money by rail, &d. The young girl could norcome with Mr R'at, but would be ýu. tto follow him in a day or two. A week or two passee, and the attractive ornament of the Highlander bar madeno appearance. At length Mr Roat was in. formed of the reason, which was brief enough, "Married, and can't come." The crisli wae 'bruht about by the girl's intended visit to River ;;, wmhier, barmaios threaten to auperiede barmen, w.,, -.,it, th, ir short pipes in their mouths, hate otn (s c;f their heads, and shirt sleeves turned up, i'EreC ;tyke accuslomed to sell spirits with water partirAly ,p:: boiling, and in leas s which would have bo: mnore acceptable had, they bean clean. The ivent of sermaids here ii a ;ign of the times, that in rthe bush we are g'tting.mo 0oarticullar than we w...