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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

MltD)sOU ,X'N1 ,iPR DUOE MARKET b1'CAw, ADAiF0N AND Co RBPORzT, For the Week endiing D~oember 21, 18701 Very little busing z is tha produce market. Cannot anticipate eany improvement of note until aftss the bolidaye. Flpnr Fni' wheat.are without any ttnrkec I change. Thera if a .e' rrnination on the post of the millers to uaerirte xI1 o'·fo u of good quality of the latter article, .t thF. roli 'p rTllt` thiro bai,'z a LIIL beiaf tlihat { º ii o.) i* ;n^. lower. Oate ar rather nort, iei qired fr." 1~ et b·;:l1is being ntlrab 3p 5di t' '3a fJ; :i;iri'or , u:ltlv ;b.: 24 to 3r · 4 Is'Za, w 1i - flr'd r' " '1-.il ftI'r at n'ur 41. We dliposed OF a t' fla i: ., inoferior )1(1d :ºi.irYi'a qoility, at a tbcilotiW' n: D itt ra'e. Dairy produoe rgill ehee.an f as h B SI), he, ukr e t . e3;ourll y iin 'fega d 4o th·saa, @mud i d':,1?oe of iniYt a fe" luOt of dhO biat sato,.lee toaday i&i, ,taytblci, like a reonuuerbtivt priee t. the vendor. LD' Flour, ek xIste i tori~n L 3 0 to 12 *O ...

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THE DEFEAT OF THE ARMY OF THE LOIRE AND THE RECENT ATTACK ON ORLEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

TIHE DEFE AT OF THE ARMY OF THE LOIRE AND THE RECENT ATTACK ON ORLEANS. It appears that the Germans attacked Orx Icans early in the morning on the 11th October, and drove the French back until retreat became flight. A correspondent thus describes the affdr;--" There had arrived early in the morning some reinforcements; the cannon was roaring outside the town a few miles off, and yet these troops remained the whole morning in lown; the officers said they had no orders, and went to the cafe, where they played at cards or breakfasted. The men roamed about the town, or lay asleep, or drunk, along the streets. As soon as the flying army began to pass, however, these men hastened to join the torrent; they tossed their guns away, or broke them; and the whole retreating army passed through the town and crossed the bridge over the Loire. The Mob:les, however, stood out much longer and better than the Line, and kept on firing when all regulars had left the field of action. The Foreign Legion ...

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A HAPPY NEW YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

A iAPPY INEW YEAR, Old Christmas, with golden and holly-bound brow, For the present has bade us adieu I; And Time, feo:ing onward, has now reached She goal, His annual course to renew ; Hospitality reigns in the cottage aend hall, And kind words are spoken by one and by all, So I wish you a happy New Year. To friends far and near our best wishes are given-. To nations, now dwelling in peace, Long may they remain so, and may insane war, Which our brethren are waging, soon cease When wise counsels prevail, when they no longer stain The noblest of lends with the blood of the slain, I sheal wish them a happy New Year. To nations down-trodden, by tyrants oppronsed, Like galley-slaves ahained to the oar, I say, Struggle on, for the time will soon come To land you on Liberty's shore: Freedom's sun is ascending, his flag is unfurled, Soon tyrants and despots shall cease from the world, So I wish you a happy New Year. Friends of Truth and its progress, arise in your might, I love you-so wish...

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

ALEXANDRA-Impounded at Alezandra Bay pony mare, H near shoulder Bay horse, W near shoulder, 2 under saddle near side Bay mare, 0 over 00 near shoulder, O off jaw 'Bleak filly, no visible brand If not claimed, &o, to be sold on 18th January, 1871. A ARMSTRONG, Poundkeeper. OOBURG-Impounded at Ooburg Bay pony mare, collar marked, off knee broken, large brand like LI(U conjoined with circle near shoul. der, 8B with circle of shoulder Dark bay or brown light harness mare, star, broken knees, fetlocks enlarged, white spots .under saddle If not claimed and expenses paid, to besold on 18th January.. F W' BUZAGLO, Poundkeeper, ELPHINSTONE.-Impounded at Elphinstone Bay or brown mare, stripe, ]?q near shoulder Dark iron grey mare, same brand, grey tail* Black horse, draught, collar and saddle marked, IOU near shoulder, P near thig', Wn off shoulder (rhe an partly on the W) If not claimed and expenses paid to be sold on 18th January. ) L OUATES, Pouudleoper BBNALLA.-1mpounded at Benall...

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A PRIZE POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

A PRIZE POEF. The following exoellent poem is - from the pin 0 Mr R. G. Thomson, of London, who (we are given to understand) is a younger brother of Mr A B Thom'c son, A.A., of t!hio town:- Tas AoooPoxia oP Avrals. Slow sinks the setting sun, his rays awhile Reluctant linger round A.gina's isle RU-fleeied in the wave, each headland bold Shimmers in erystal, mantled o'er with gold ; Then softly fades the parting glimpse of day, While twilight meek unfolds her streamers gray. Yet lingers still where, stllen in the west, The oloud.raok bangs upon the heav'ns pure breast, And mounting up, the dead sun's funeral pyre, Glows like some "looming bastion fringed with fire I; Till Crnthia's orb mej.,stio glides on high, And n flds with silvery glory all the sky While,' steline softly o'er the saure plain, The starry host attend her nightly train, And, pour on some rapt seraph's listening ears The swelling antbems of the heavenly spheres. LoT! where the moon, with soft and broken rays, O'er ru...

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

ADVERTISEMENTS. rpHE ELEVENTH ANNUAL PIC NIO, in L connection with the Primitive Methodist dunday School, Will be held on MONDAY, JANUARY 2?v, 1871, On the Banks of the Dry Creek. Tea will be provided at 4 o'clock. Adult;, 1i; Childred, 6d, ST; ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CIUP.CH, KILMORE. TrE ANNU&L SOIREE Will be held on the evening of TUESDAY, the 10TH. JANUARY, 1871, 'lben several clergymen (from Melbource and elsewhere) will address the meeting. PYALOEG DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. TENDERS. r( ENDERS will be received up till h'OON on SATURDAY, the 31st December, 1870, by the CHAIRMAN of the abovenamed Road Board, fr. m persons willing to LEASE the MORANDING TOLL GATE from the let day of January, 1871, to tne 31st day of December, 1871, both days inclusive. Full particulras to be had at the Office of the Board. A cash deposit of TEN per cent must be enclosed in each tender. (By order) JOHN P. BOURKE, Clerk, Pyalong Road Board Office, 7th December, 1870. A & J. GUILD are prepar...

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EXECUTION OF MARGARET WATERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

EhXEOUTION OF MArtGrArt 'T WATERS. The eiecution of Margaret Waters took place on October 11, within the walls of Horsemonger Lane Gaol. She was, it will be remembered, convicted and sentenced to death upon one of half a dozen in. diotments charging her with the wilful murder of illegitimate children whom she had undertaken to adopt. The culprit was firm at the last, and died without a strungle. On eOtober 10 she made a statement in writing, which is substantially the same as that recently published. She denies that she wilfully caused the death of many of the children, but admits that she had "laid down" the bodies of five who had died while in her charge. This wretbhed woman very pertinently remarked she considered the parents of illegitimate children more to blame than persons like herself i and if there were no parents of that class.there would be no baby farmers. The Home Secretary has made an example of the un happy wo'man Mai garet Waters, which, it is to be hni'ti win lle.r ...

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Tuesday, December 20, 1870. (Before A P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M., and L. Bourke, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

Tuesday, December 20, 1870. (Before A P. Akohurst, Esq, P.M., and L. Bourke, Escl., J.P.) Police, per Jeremiah O'Shea, v John Flynn, for assault. Fined 20s, and 15s costs. John, Patrick, and Catherine Flynn, charged with assaulting police in execution of duty. The first-named was fined £2 and £1 5s costs, and the last-named £61, and 5s costs. Patrick O'Keefe, on remand, charged with wilful exposure of person, was sent to gaol for nine months with hard labor; Michael Doherty, charged with being drunk and disorderly, was fined 5s. Charles Williams v Charles Sibbat, for assault. Complainant did not appear, and £2 is costs was allowed defendant.. Charles Sibbat v Charles Williams. Not served. Charles Williams v Charles Sibbat, for assault, damages laid at £15. Complainant did not appear, and an order was made against him for £2 Is. James Bucklarnd v William M'Lea. Fraud summons; not served. Permission allowed to extend date. P. M'Auliffe v Robert Garrand, for £4 13s 6d, work and labor. ...

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

MAORI WARNINGS. An old settler, iriting to a friend in Auckland, says:-" Mr Todd was warned.aore than two weeks ago that, if he persisted in pu'ruine his survey beyond a boundary indicated by the King natives he would be shot, and they have apparently kept their word." The same writer say :-"I am afraid another Euro. pean also will be easiflced, from what little informa tion I can glean from Aotea direction. Mr Moore, acting achoolmaiter to Mr Sohnaokei berg, at Rauran, it appears, has very lately become obnoxious to some of the Kingitei of Kawhiiu. The m~rt conspionous of the mob is Wati Tdli at the tLakwas. I believe Mr Moore has been wierned again uot to return to the tuisaon station against their wishes, If he does, his life will be in great dabger. I am very much inclined to believe the threat will be cirried out if the mission people are obetinate in the matter. TLey Ocrtaioly ought now to take warning when such is g ietu ty determined Kingitts, after what has hap _ened to poo...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

PUBLIBHRD THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1870. ANOiHE? milestone on the road to eternity is close at hand; the year eighteen hundred and seventy will sion be a thing of the past--a year pregnant with events in which the whole of the civilised world have felt an acute interest. Two of. the most powerful of modern nations have been engaged in a deadly struggle, bringing dire ruin to many a home. Many thousands of peaceful German citizens have sprung to arms for the defence of their country, and have courted death in preference to the galliog coke of an invader, whilst the gallant sons of France, chivalrous and brave in war as they are hondurable in peace, were led forth to support a cause in whibh few of them .rlaced implicit reliance-to support an Etmperor whose deeds a majority had reason to doubt-to fight against their neighbours upon grounds no other than that of maintaining the asceadanoy of a man whom they abominated; a man whom the results. b re proved acted little sh...

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THE PROBABILITY OF PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

THE PROBABILITY OF PEACE. -4-- (FROM THE TIMES, OCT. 26.) 1 The attempt. to obtain an armistice has[ not yet been broken off, and the sanguine a may still indulge the hope that diplomacy 5 will be successful in bringing about peace. An exact statement of what has been done t will, however, show how little can be de I duced from the fact that the negotiation is t still in progress. The proposition of an L armistice was made simultaneously by Lord Lyons at Tours and by Lord Augustus 1 Loftus at Berlin, but neither the delegation V at Tours nor the Baron you Thile could e accept it, except ad referendum. Their powers being strictly subordinate, they could neither assent to the proposition nor reject it. The delegation undertook to send it on f to Paris if a safe conduct were given to an I envoy, and IV Thiers has accepted the mis, i sion to the Government of Defence. The 1 Baron von Thile has communia.-lid it to r Versailles. At this stage the matter now 3 rests. The reply of Count Bis...

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THE FIGHTING BEFORE PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

THE FIGIHTING BEFORE PARIS. A correspondent; writing from Paris to the Pall Mall Gazette, says :-All the affairs round .Paris resemble each other. The French rush on in the old reckless manner which has often been of good to them; the enemy wait for them behind walls, timber, and other shelter, and slay them. Thus foolishly led against an unseen foe, the French soon give way, and always return with the same tale; they have slaughtered hecatombs and been overpowered by nuL. - bers. A good deal is daily said about Prus. Sian spies and signals and spies made to the enemy. I am told, on very good authority, that a French officer at the Cefe du Helder let out the secrat of Fridav's reconnaibaance on Thursday evening, and an hour afterwards the enemy was aware of the approaching storm. This admission was made by .some German officers to some gentleman of an ambulance engaged in picking up the wounded. The following is a portion of a letter contributed by a priest to the columns of the Uni...

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

IRELAND. The foundation stone of a new church has been lid at Omegh by the Duke of Abercorr. The Irish Land Act will speedily be in full vorking order. No time has been lost since the Bill received the Royal assent in preparing the judicial aebhinery for givlrg effect to it. An extensive seizure of pistols, revolvers, and bayonets, with packages of powder and shot, was ~ ade en October 22 at Oualounh, ner.r astlebar, in te house of a steward named Egan. He was lodged insI ayo gaol. M8ejor Yelverton, whose name will never be forgotten in the Dublin law courts in connection with that of Miss Theresa Longworth, has now become aVisaunt Avonmore, his father having died on October 24 at his residence in Raglan Road. Major elverton is his eldest son by a second marriage. THE B08iTNT1TIoN PU?D?.-At the lest meeting Ot the Representative Body it was announced that the donatinns Promised to the sustentation fund aLaout to £273,350, and the annual subscriptions to £18,650, of hich there has be...

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STARVED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

8TARVED TO DEATH. A melancholy occurrence took place last week at Irrewillipe, resulting in the death by starvation of a woman named Norah Downs, the sister of a farmer residing in that district. It appears that the poor woman had been suffering from insanity for some time, and had been in a lunatic asylum years ago. She was living with her brother and a few weeks since he brought her into Colac to see Dr Rae, who ordered her return home, and informed the brother that be had better bring her again in a few days. During the interval, however, deceased escaped from her brother's home, taking some money, a travelling bag and other articles. An immediate search was instituted to endeavor to discover where she   gone, but though large numbers of people assisted in the search, which continued for weeks, nothing could be learned as to her retreat. A report was spread that she had been seen near Hancock's dam, and also that she had taken the coach to Camperdown, but these alarm...

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Monday, December 19, 1870. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

Monday, Decemlter 19, 1870. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq, P.M.) Police, per Agnes Ruthven, v James Ruthven, for assaull. Remanded to 23rd instant on application of Sergeant Deasy.

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A DISGRACEFUL SCENE IN A CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

A DISGRACEFUL SCENE IN A CHURCOH: [From the Banner of Belfast.] On Tuesday last the building committeee of the Presbyterian Church at Koroit held a meeting to consider tendeis for the erection of a new church The meeting was held in the ..church, there being present amongst others the Rev Mr Adams, Mr Officer (mayor), and a Mr Wilson. Mr Officer, in a fiery oration, objected to the acceptance of tenders, reviewing the impecunious condition of the district, and considering that the necessary funds could not be raised. The Rev Mr Adams, in reply to the mayor, said that some of his (the mayor's) statements were true, and some were not true. This brought the mayor to his.legs. He demanded of the Rev Mr Adams to know which of his statements were untrue; he would not sub mit to be called a liar, and in a very intem. perate speech, in which he was frequently called to order, assailed the Rev Mr Adams, Mir Wilson, and bJ implication other mems bers of the congregation. Mr Wilson, with some ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 29 December 1870

COtMMEROIAL IN CELLIGENOE KILMORE Jobhn J Reilly quote : Oat, Se 9d to 81 Od per bush Bran is 2d do Pollard s1 44 do Hay LS 10s per ton Chaff 4s per owt Potatoes LS S5 to L8 15s per ton George Hudson quotes t Oats, Oclouial, S8 to Se 3d'per bushel Bran, Is per bushel Pollard, is 4d per bushel Hay, now L3 5i to LS 10s per ton Ohat, 4e per cwt Potatoes, Bs to 8s 6d per owt BENALLA The Faiga reports the following as tho prices rate Flour, £10 to £0 10s per ton Wheat-', tfi p;D" i.bht Poglbk, Is td d ' .2 i& to h2 It

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

LAND COMMISSION: Local Land Board was held at Kilmore on y, 30th December, before - Calnan, Esq, and Fsn?, Etq. The following applioations were witlih - t?.Bat Gay-919a 2 4p, Bylande-recomm.'deal, iAclk George "Arkell-286a Or 19n, Byhlas-. ,mnded ; Timothy Shepherd-60s, do-recom ped eubjectto excision of Is 2r for Church. of and purposes; Alexander M'Kerober-1689 8r Bylande-recommended uabject to excision of sarent water reserve ; Frank M'Carteny-70a 8r Bylands-recommended, one month', time to 'i ed P O'Leary to remove improvements; W ? ?nrd--188s 2r 13pj Goldie-recommended ; ::,s Hsamilton-88a 2r 18p, Pyalong-do; Duncan ".? an-244s Or 22p, Glenburnie--recoimended eot to alter.y'on ot boundary; Philip Kennedy '?r 29p, Pyalong-recommended; JGaynon 2r 82p, Goldie-reeooamended; Peter Palvey G,.foldie-recommended ; Kyraa Waleh-89a It .-, Goldie-recommended; J Ryan-199a 2r 35p, nburnie-recommended ; C Ryan-20s, do-do ; y?r-40a, do- do; Philip Kennedy -88s Or 3fo0, along-no appearance; Pa...

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WHAT IS YOUR BUTTER LIKE? [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 January 1871

WHAT IS YOUR BUTTER LIKE? In Dublin the manufacture of spurious or re-made i butter is largelf and almiost openly carried on; but the practice does not appear to be regdided as an: 'offence against the law by the city magistrates. A short time ago a woman was prosecuted by the Corporation for seliing (butter which, according to the city analyst, contained thirty-seven per cent. of water, instead of the normal amount .f that ingredient namely, six or seven per cent. The magis trate, however, said the additional proportion of 'water ia the butter did not'constitute a fraud, and, dismissed the ecase. The modus operandi in the production of spurious so-called fresh butter =.is simple enough. Rancid, over-salted, and '"dirty" butter:is melted' ~ n warm' water,, washed to free it from salt, strained, mixed with water and a little new,.milk (to give a fresh odour), and allowed to cool. Whilst solidifying, the mixture 'of butter, water, and milk is incessantly stirred, and when quite cold i...

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DREADFUL MASSACRE BY CHINESE COOLIES IN PERU. FORTY WHITE PLANTERS MURDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 5 January 1871

DREADFUL LMASSACRlE BY CHINESE COOLIES IN PERU. -4----- FORTY WHITE PLANTERS MURDERED. Intelligence has been received of a very serious insurrection of the Chinese coolie lauourers and the murder of between thirty and forty white planters on the haciendas of Pativilea and Galpon, about 150 miles to the north of Lima. It appears that on the nibht of the 4th September the Chinese labourers on the plantation of Pativilea, havi _ .becompe aw.are.,-nf .ha arr;val nf. ra agent rom lturia with a large amount of imoney in his 'pbostssion, rose en masse, and, after having murdered with the most shocking brutality all the whites on the plantation, proceeded immediately to the (other adjoining haciendas, induced the 'Chinese on those estates to join them, perpetrated more acts of brutality and violence, and finally, having increased their numbers to between 1,500 and 2,0f0), attempted to sack the village of Bairanca. Here, however, they met with a reception they had scarcely anticipated, for f...

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