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AN UNDIGNIFIED [?] [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870

Al U NDGŽ fFUiit . U i . , A v ry peinful roonn occurred in te KXynetcn County iCOHot, Cou;t on Fridy las,: du(ring the trial of the trcspa-s case ?li,g,o v. ,,,'Manus. His I-Honor JudgeS.Yinner h: , ttronu&eout he case, by hie fr(q.,e,,t interniuatim , e?oxpt a ed thel learned gentlemen (\ier, , !, t... s 'd M G. lyrr.e) engaged for the dreet dcan, un?iia cim: x waa reached whea His HIonor stated that the d. :,nde.,t M'Manus (who was in he b x a' tho .tinc) +~'en swore very diffTrently fron w?hat. ha sw-o, e: Fyer-rown. He was pioceeding to '.el tth' j',ry :har hl been sworn there, weln Jr Camer :.:i i, h i ha was stepping outside hie position af a jn,:i;, to refer to evidence which miaht have berm; ..a,, 'fore him in a previous cane, with a view of ilrt!,tr:, the minds of the jury, and that he rust coii~aln !;'"relf more strictly to the c.ichargre of his edu.". it onor staoed that he regretted i:;t he eb.i :; s :i, n:e there of that trial in order to reed ti::: :[.ejury. M...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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MASSACRE OF MR TODD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870

M.AS~ACRE OF MR TODD. ----+P--- Spelkinc of the maesecre of Mr Todd, by the afivyes,at A x,;dtra, iiew Zealanr, the oulthern Cross esy- :-" Atr p-ee-,.t k is difficult to explain tl ' real c,iuieu of the otti.ck, and so far as we are warare nothing has been received in town to satis factorily expbin the matter. It would appear, ho.vev", that a sne time ago Government d ciled to give a ,hick of land, coniesting of hb')ut 350 acres, to the N.,atihiikai o, a, compensation for certain land taken from theme during the war in Waikato in 1863. The block selected to he eiven is situate within the boundary of the conficated land, on the Pirrogia Hill, a mile or two to the westward of Alexandra. The Ngotihikairo are King Na ires, their principal chief being Takerei. Whether t , quarrel arose about wcmen, or some cneroaehnant upon the land beyond the confiscation boundary, is not clear; but from the facts gixten below, it would appear to be of a purely personal character, ari:ini out of some f...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870

CO Ot 11ERLAL IN f'hAld-jENJ iE KITMORE John J HRily quote. : Oats 3i 3d4 to s 6 1 per bush Bran Is 2. dn Polla"< la 4' do IIay 13 10 r eIr ton ('hafl 4s 4 , r r'wt Potatoes 13 54 to 13 15N per ton George Hudson quote!,: Oats, Colonial, 3e to 3 3.1 per buah l Bran, is per huashel Pollard, is 4d per 'us.hel Hay, raw L3 5s to L3 10s per ton Chaff, 4. per cwt Potatoes, 38 to 3? Gri per cwt BENALLA Thursday, The Ensign reports the following as the pricte rule Ing : Flour, £10 to £10 10a per ton Wheat, 33 per hushel Pollarn, le 04 dj BranI, is do 2 6d to 3s s DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND. CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, December 7, 1870. FAT CATTLE.-I.499 head were entered for the week's supply 1,050 of which passed the hammer to day, cor sting of from medium to good qsalities with a few prime amrngst them. There was a good at tendance of butchers and meat preservers, and the the prices obtained ruled nearly equal to last quo. tati ns, excep: at closing sales, when a reduction of about 10s t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870

?. ESSRS GORDON & GOTCH, or Collins stree ?k west, Melbourne, have been appointed agent r this Journal. Mr GOO , Ballarat, has been appointed agent this journal. LONDON AGENCY. THE FaEE Pares may be read gratuitously in Lon on, at the News RBome of Messrs GoRDON and Gozlc, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and subscrip one for the sime are reteiv'd. TE-RILMORE FREE PRESS, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. ;SHE terms or advertising in the Kilmore Free Eress are as under : TeWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE PER INCH. A reduction of ten per cent will be made for advertisements ordered for one month; twenty per cot for two months; and thirty-three per cent for hree months ;--beyond which time a special arrange ment will be made. The terms of subscription to the Kilmore Free 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 September, an...

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A HINDOO ON ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870

A HINDOO ON ENGLAND. -0------ A farewell soiree was given at the E?anovrr-rquare Rooms to the Babon Keehub Chunder Scn, who in his address described at some length the imp essions made upon him by his visit to England; He said that the firat thing that struck him on his arrival in London last spring was the splendour of the: shops and the tosteful wrann, r in which the goods exhibited were arraneod, The next thing that attracted his attention was the art of pufing, and he waS bso struck with tile activity of the pfople. John Bull seemed to have no time for contomplation or thought; he could think of nothing but work eternal, everlasting work. Another thing which made a great impression on him was fngiish eating. An English dinner appeared to him a sort of hunting party, and, as confirming" this view of the cosp, he always found the ladies asking thapre tection of the gentlemen before entering the diningroom; and the guests were always armed with knife and frk and spoon: He saw birds...

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FIVE MEN STRUCK STONE DEAF. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870

FIVE MEN STRUCK STONE DEAF. We (31emphis Avalanche) learn by letter from a gentleman in Heleus that a cnrion :y painful incident has oocured in that town. Five rather clever, re ?peotahle, and fast young men were erTjoying them s-lves in the chambers of one ofa their number. Nothing unusual hbppened during the meeting; there was pleasure enough, and a merry parting. They appear all of them to have slept roundly dur ne the night afterwards, but strange to eay, in the m ruing when they awoke in their several aiaertrnmn ., not one of them could hear a sourd. NAth.r was ao. qnainted then with the misfortune of the Lther, and wondered in his own m nd what on earth was the matter; but took some consolation in the thought that it was merely a temporary alfliotion brought on by causes for which he cooll not fully account. But as they met erch other at thehr business dlaces later in the day, their astor ishment and even terror wr-e not to be described. They ceased to e?hib?t their usual char...

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, Dec 19, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 22 December 1870

I IORE BOIOUG1 CO C (i .' L. S Ionday, Dec '. 1; i 70 I int, - i of tlhl privi :- i ' ,:4 can S COl rmf i,. '*?lleinee ai 'n-w - r ,-., con ,)rl rt nofpnpo'or Nf 'iif;., :, o1ut riiugh!terhoiielc of D): :ini.', :eI . w; . 'lytate, abio tilh' TV"! Oif 11 un r - y di'tv a'at,. R.,: I'i n ":,, , , i . n' |.'eacondid ty r'! (' i!, nor. T c Ie. - I'i?hilm tter a r e0 i'r -s? r-'l.! eIr,,, tih 'O i eer whie o epr;ye.! an .i inioln hlia all the Sl'oe from the f.ir n' pie being kj pt and icf il from thi' ,Itn .itv1ho.,.?i, T'lle reports t:ried on t~e 'noti: ai 0C1 ilickey seeond-d Bj!nen?r: Suor said in cinneet;on w:th this mstter that ithe plaesa were in a filthy state, and i' would sIp:ron of strong cansti'ution in'red ti pass the main street of a hot raR. liH moved inspector of nuisarces be irRt'outed to give ithosepartiesin the Lr.lin seret keoping ,t hasve the nuisavePs remived witain a hnot the matter to be left in the hands of the lonee endorsed the reinmaks of the Mayor, :ded the mn...

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Saturday, December 17, 1870. (Before A. P. Akeburst, Esq., P M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

Saturday, December 17, 1?70. (Before A. P. Akeburst, Esq., P M.) William Wray and John Williams, charged by Constable Hickey with being drunk and disorderly, were cautioned and discharged,

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Friday, December 17, 1870. (Before W. Spurling, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

Friday, December 17, 1870. (Before W. 8purling, Esq., J.P.) Sergeant Deasy v John Mewley, for wife desertion. Remanded to Prahran.

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Thursday, December 15, 1870. (Before John Fynn, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

KILMORE POLICE COUR T. Thursday, December 15, 1870. (Before John Fynn; Esq., J.P.) The Police, per M. A. Watson,.v.Patrick, 0'Keefe, for wilful and obscene.exposure. Remanded to Tuesday.

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WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD. SPECIAL MEETING. Thursday, December 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

WILLO WMAVIN ROAD BOARD. SPECIAL MEETING. Thursday, December 22; -- pectarmeeC-r-thT baib-ve Biffrd ers held on Thursday Present:-The Chairman and Messrs M'iManus and Deeves. The Chairman explained the object for which the meeting was called was to take into consideration an application from the lessee of the Willowmavin toll gate for re, duction of rent, on account of losses sus tained by the toll during the year; also to transact the ordinary business of the Board. In reference to the application from the lessee he (the chairman) was sorry that it was out of the power of the Board to do anything in the matter. He had been at the bank that morning and found that the rents for December were distributed. MISUTES. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed, on the motion of Mr Deever, seconded by Mr M'M:,;nus The correspondence outwards was read. The inward correspondence was of an un important character, and the principal por. tion of it appeared in our reports of the pr...

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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

. SCOTLAND. . Mrs Lincoln, widow of thelate President, has been in Dundee, on a visit to Mr Smith, the American Consul, and pastor to the late President The water famine in Alyth has lately. been so great that only "a drink per head in 24 hours is supplied'. . When " Buccleuch and Queensberry" (the Duke) wrote' from Dalkeith to order wire fencing, the manufacturer, addressed his unrecognised Grace as Messrs Buccleuch and Queensberry, Dalkeith Lord Bute has left Cardiff castle to pay a short visit to his Scottish estates, after which he will proceed to the scene of the late battles, and probably be absent from England' for several months Six ladies are now busy dissecting a fe male subject in Dr Handyside's practical anatomy room. One of.the principal diffi culties in the way of women obtaining a complete medical education in Edinburgh has thus teen removed. The Prince of Wales has transmitted to the Provost of Edinburgh a cheque for £100 towards the cost of the new infirmary, and ha...

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GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN AT MARSEILLES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN AT MAR SEILLES. George Francis Train has arrived. at Mar. seilles from San Franeisso. He was present at a meeting held in the Alhmunbra where he made an energetic speech. " I am surprised -he says-to bee half-a million of Prussians in France, but I am still more astonished to see the nonchalant apathy with which France accepts the cruel outrage of this barbarianf invasion. You are discussing a loan in property, but if you let things go on you will have no property left." He drew a picture of the misfortunes of France, and offered to have a hundred thousand rifles brought over from America, as well as pow der, bullets, and cartridges. The battle must be fouight man against man. A good army must be formed in the south, and then advance on Paris, He advised that not an inch of territory or a btone of a fortress should be ceded. After the' forts were taken the encientes should be defended; after the encientes, the ramparts; after the ram parts, the barricades; after...

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QUEENSLAND CANNIBALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

QUBEENSLAND 'OANNIBALId . [From.the Cleveland .Bay Express.?' Another. fearful outrage was coimmitLed by the blacks in the vicinity of Water View on the 24th ult. It appears that they had been killing cattle in the neighborhood of the station, and Sulb.inspector Coward and histtroopers proceeded to disperse them. He was accompanied by a Kanaka in the service of Mr Allingham, named Luck Eye, who was taken to look after the horses. After the blacks were dispersed, or supposed to have been dispersed, the troopers returned to the station, while the Kanaka, who had come a portion of the way with them, went back to the place where they had encountered the blacks. On his being missed, the troopers were sent after him, and they reported that they found him lying quite dead, close to the spot where they had met him a short time before. He was speared through the body, and.both his arms had been cut off. It being dusk when this discovery was made, the troopers returned to the station, intead ...

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THE DESTRUCTION OF ST. CLOUD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

THE DESTRUCTION OF ST. CLOUD. The Daily News correspondent, writing from Versailles on 14th October, thus describes the destruction of St Cloud, which has been complete :-" A French shell set the palace on fire, and little more than the bare walls remain to show what it once was. From the nature of the ground, the great bend of the river which contains Billancourt and Boulogne, and the position of the Prussians on the heights above it, St. .loud ran peculiar risk. Either by friend or foe, it was almost sure to be injured should matters come to a siege. Matters have come so far, and the French batteries have cannonaded the Kensington Palace of the French capital. 1 say Kensigton Palace, by way of illustration, because Windsor is too distant, and too grand a building for comparison with St. Cloud. But the favourite retreat of Napoleon III. was more splendid, and had more of modern interest than the old palace across Hyde Park. Many were the diplomatic interviews, many the court intrig...

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A SECOND MAID OF ORLEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

A SECOND MA·LID OF ORLEANS. The correspondent of the Cologne Gazette, writing fr'.1n Versailles on the 21st October, speaks oW the appearance of a "maid," a modern J.an of Are, who has. suddenly sprung up from the Department of the Loire Inferieure, and who is to inspire fresh courage and new hopes into the hearts of the French. This inspired young female, who, like unto her predecessor in the reign of Charles VII., has visions, and has heard the voice of the Mother of God, does .not appear to consider it necessary this time to submit herself f6in h examination as to whether she is in communication with o; possessed by.the " powers of darkness," In the present case, also, the "maid " wears neither armour nor sword, but a long black robe, no doubt to denote her sorrow as to the position of her mother country. Up to the present time the superior command of. the army of the Loire has not been entrusted to her. Nevertheless, she marches at the head of the troops who are still in Tours, ...

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MASONIC BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

MASONIO BANQUET. On Tuesday evening last a Masonio Banquet, t_ celebrate the anniversary of St John t!e Evangelist, was held at the Red Lion, a large number of the brethren, and visiting brethren, attending. The dinner, supplied by Heat Morgan, could not be surpassed, and the greatest satisfaction was exprened on all aides. After the tables were cleared the following toasts were given and responded to, viz The Worshipful Blaster gave-" The Queen," " The Craft," "The Prince of Wales and the Royal Family." The Grand Master gave--"The Three Constitu tions'." Brcther Twigg, acting Senior Warden, gare "The Provincial Grand ![atters." Brother Junior Warden, D. Taylor, gave-" The W. M. of the Kilmore Lodge." The W. M. gave-"The Senior and Jioalo Wardens." Brother Osborn gave-" The Past Master of the Kilmore Lodge." Brother P. M; O'Oonnor gave-"'The Treas?or and Secretary of the Lodge." Brother P. PM. Woods gave-" The Assistant OE' oere," viz., the Senior and Junior Deooolu, Is Inner Guard....

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THE ALLEGED TREACHERY OF MARSHAL BAZAINE. BRUSSELS, November 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

THE ALLEGED TREACHERY OF MARSItAL BAZAINE. E?luss'?Ls, November 3. The "Independence Belge " of to-day says;:-" Wre have received visits from a great number of officers of Marshal Bazaine's army, who had succeeded in making their escape All that they have related to us is in perfect accord with what we have already publisihed about the capitulation. T'here is no longer any doubt as to the real character of Marshal Beazaine's conduct." The " Independance Beige" also says "A superior officer who escaped from Metz communicates to us the following about the eapitulation: The article in the protocol relating to powder magazines and mines is a proof that there were fears of some acts of despair being accomplished similar to the explosion of the powder magazine at Laon. The army would not be made prisoners of war; they demanded to be led to fight. Up to the last moment there were conferences between the officers and sol'liers to ascertain whether they should not attempt to cut through the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

"4ESSRS GORDON & GOTCO, o0: Collins stree . west, elbourne, have been appointed agent r this Journal. Mr G00CH, Ballarat, has been appointed ageot this journal. LONDON AGENCY. THE FEgs PBrss may be read gratuitously in Lon on, at the News Roomns of Medsre GoUDON and G0o?r, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and eubscrip one for the same are received. THE KILMORE FREE PRESS, PUBLISHiED EVERY THURSDAY MORN NG AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. THE terms or sadvertiing in the Kilmore Free Press are as under : TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE PER INCH. A reduction ef ten per cent will be made for advertisements ordered fr one month; twenty per ent for two months; and thirty-three per cent for hree months :-beyond which time a special arrange met will be made. The terms of subscription to the KilmoreFree Press will be a Gd per quarter in town, and sa d if posted the country. The Quartera for subscription to the Free Press will commence on the 23rd March, 23rd'June, 23rd September, and 23rd...

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[?] CAMPBELL AND CO'S [?]. Melbourne, December 21, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

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