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THE NEW WINE, BEER, AND SPIRITS STATUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 January 1871
TBH Nilf WINE, BEER, AND 8PIRITS STATUTra, -4----- The fdlowing is a summary of the provisions of the Amending Act now in force: I,,-The Act to come into operation on the let Janesn, 1871. ?-Beer licenses to cease on the 31st August, 71, and publicans' night licenses to cease in ,rcb, 1871, the appointment of licensing benches ss maide previously. Overpaid fees then to be _aded. 1 The Governor-in-Oouncil, upon the applieoa in vriting by the council of any shire or .any road district, shall proclaim any part 'hire or road district, not being within Sany city or town, defined by such /" ( - wherein publicans' licensees may be granted ..r an annual license fee of ten pounds-and on the like application of the council of any borough not being within 50 miles of Melbourne, the Governor-in Council shall, if he think fit, proclaim any portion of such borough a district within which publicans' licenses of ten pounds may be granted, and the Governor may from time to time revoke such licenses ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 January 1871
ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR POSITIVE SALE. SATURDAY, 21sT JANUARY, 1871. THE BUILDING knoown &4 the'MECIIANICS' FIALL, Albert street, with the allotment on which it stands. James W. Osborn JTILL Sell by Auc'ion, for the propiietore, on V the ground, on the above day, at 1 p m, THE cMECHANICS' HILL, AT. BEET STREET, 50+32 feet ; built of G 'nd T 8 inch deal, sides and ends ; flooring of G and T lun:rbor-about 1500 fcet--besila jois'ing, &c; rod;, corrugated iron -over ICO shets, seeveral! good forms esritable for an Assembly Room. The whole well built on a goad hardwooi frami. Luried and papered Is very suitable for an Assembly Room, Lodge Room, or Muci. Hall Terms-Cash; or an approved Bill at 3 months R A C E 8! O ,t A C E B! A E ! On SATURDAY, the 21st JANUARY, 1871, At JAME? GERAGHTY'S, GLENAROUA, For SADDLER, BRIDLES, WITPS. AND SPURS. NORTH-EASTERN RAILWAY. FENDERS wanted for supplying 65,000 feet . sawn planking f'r Goulburn River Bridges. App'y Contractor's Officer. jF...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 January 1871
Attacks of English cholera are, according to the Gipps Land Times, very prevalent in the neighborhood of Sale' Geelong will soon have its steel pillar letter boxes -is well as the metropolis. Messrs Humble, founders, of that town, have just completed several of these useful receps tacles for correspondence, and in a few days they will be fixed at the street corners where they are to do service. The Prussian soldiers around Paris have according to a correspondent of the Cologn Gazette, quartered themselves in the splendid chateaux and elegant villas, sleeping on luxurious couches, libraries serving as stables and the kitchen fire fed by bearded soldiers with costly works of art or with orange trees. Fruit, grapes,. potatoes, and vege' ta les are found in abundance; rice and coffee are supplied by the commissariat, and men and horses are in good condition, the fatiguing marches having ceased for a time. General Trochu, in a recent letter, says. -" The sad events which have befallen th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 January 1871
Y RS GORDON & GOTCH, or Collins stree .wiest, Melbourne, have been appointed agent is Journal, ' r r000H, Ballarat, has been appointed agent .it journal, Jr E. A.r HOPE,; Syney street, opposite the i ncil Chambers, has been appointed Arent for fie journal, and copies may be regularly obtained Jom him i THE FRns PREs may be read gratuitously,iti Lon -don, at the INews Looms of Messrs GORDON and Goy ; 1bi Holborn Hill, where advertisements and pons for the same are received. rTORIAIIRE and MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. Head Office, Market street, Melbourne. S CAPITAL-£1,000,000. ue" ~kiman of the Board of Direotors-HON HENRY u5 (' MILLER, M.L.0, do5e Pire Insiarances effected at the lowest current rates of premipm: Every information as to ratos, &o., can t. ;bt? d at the oftice of the agent. 'JOSEPH COLLIE, Secretary. Agent for Kilmore-J. W. OSBORN, Auctioneer Sydney street, 'Seymour-CLEMENT PIRRON. I10IORIAN LIFE AND GENERAL INSUR ANCE COMPAaIY, AND SAVINGS INSTITUTE. Rea...
ACCIDENT IN A BATH. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 January 1871
ACCIDENT IN A BATH Mr Davideon, mining surveyor, had a very narrow escape from being drowmed in &nbsp; the public baths, Armstrong street, Ballarat. It appears that, accompanied by a Mr Whtie, he took a ticket for a warm bath about 6 o'clock. While this was being prepared he undressed, he took a plunge bath. On entering the water it would seem that he was seized with a fit, from the effects of which he sank utterly, powerless. It was thought at first that he was diving, but Mr Bryant, seeing his condition, plunged into the bath, and drew him forth. He (Mr Davidson) had been by this time under the water nearly five minutes. and when brought on terra firma he presented all the appear- &nbsp; ance of suffocation by drowning, being almost pulseless, cold and discolored. Dr Hamilton was sent for, did proceeded to apply Dr Hall's prescribed method in such cases Dr Butler, who was known to be Mr Davidson's medical attendant, was also sent for. By continued friction, the cha...
SYDNEY HARBOUR DEFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 19 January 1871
SYDNEY HARBOUR DEFENCES. The commission appointed to confer upon the best method of defence for Sydney har bour recommended an outer and inner line of defence. The "outer" line of defence &nbsp; consists of a battery at Middle Head of 7 68-pounders and two 10in guns ; batteries at the South Head, where two 110-pound Armstrong guns are to be planted, two 68 pounders and two 8in guns; booms from the &nbsp; Sow and Pigs shoal to George's Head and Lady's Bay; a double line of torpedoes placed outside the booms; and casemented batteries, consisting of 32-pounders at each end of the boom; and a battery of two 68- pounders at Shark Point. The "inner" line of defence will comprise one 68-pounder and two 10in guns at Bradley's Head; one 68- pounder and four 10in guns on Garden Island; six 32 pounders on Goat Island. three 13in mortars at Port Philip, one 8in and three 32-pouuders at Fort Denison, two 10in and four 32-pounders at Mr Macquarie's Chair, five 42-pounders at Fort ...
AN IRISH LOVE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
AN IRIStI LOVE LETTER. -4----6 Oh Molly, my jewel, my father's so cruel, he won't let me-marry the girl I adore; he says you've no posh, love; but that is al bosh, love; I know that you've g9t a few guineas in store. He calls me a foo), ldve, now that's very cool, love, - and . says a shillelagh wpild benefit me. The heart of the eratur, as hard as a tater, won't soften a bit, I the truth tell to thee. Believe me, I yearn, love,-to hear -by -return, -love, and please send five shillings some whiskey to get, my. spirits to keep up while blessings. I'll heap up for one I am sure I can never forget. I hope you won't tarry, but soon your Pat marry; the devil a bit will 1 single remain. So no .more at present, from Tumbledown Crescent, where dwells your affectionate, Patrick Delane.
BISMARCK'S PLAN OF RESTORING THE EMPEROR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
BISMARCK'S PLAN OF RESTORING THE EMPEROR. It is confidently declared that Count Bismarck has fallen back on his old notion of slipping out of his present positinn and of putting the Emperor into it. The report affirms that terms-of peace are settled, if not signed,' between the King of Prussia and the captive of Wilhelmshohe; and the fact, of which there is trustworthy evidence, that" the Empress had passed over to Brussels, is cited as corroboration of the plot. The Emperor cedes Strasburg and Metz, end, ac companied by his Marshals, puts-himself at the head of the Imperial Guard, who are conveniently placed at Mayence, and, re inforced by the 300,000 prisoners in Ger! many, or by as many as may be trusted to support the Empire, relieves the Ger. man guard before Paris, the German forces going home, except such part as may be necessary to keep under the cdded provinces. Those who. affirm this tale to be true ask what reason is there why it should not be believed. There would be civ...
HOME NEWS. SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
HOME NEWS. From the European Mail: SCOTLAN1D. Benlawers and other higher mountains were recently covered with snow. The other night a servant girl in Glasgow walked out of a window, 20 feet from the ground, while in a state of somnambulism. Strange to say she suustained no injury, The other day a coachman residing with a gentleman near Keswick received a tele gram announcing that his uncle had died, leaving him a mansion and grounds, and a fortune of £40,000. At a recent meeting of miners' delegates in Musselburgh, it was reported that the eight hours' system was working favorably, and it was resolved to agitate for more wages, the present average being from 3s 6d to 4s per day. The pupils of the distinguished painter, the late Robert Scott Lauder, who during ten years taught the students of art in the School of Design, Edinburgh, have just erected to his memory there a monument in the TWarriston Cemetery. A general and also a managing committee of the Clan Campbell have been formed...
THE OLD STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
THE OLD 60ORY When .ilone of het face came o'erme, Of her sweet ace so far away, 1.say wat |lovers said before me, What lovers will for ever say : That flowers bloom sweeter for her being, That birds sing swertor for her seeing, Tnat grass is greener, skies more blue, That all things t.ke a richer hue. Lovers have said the'o things before; Lovers will say them evermore. O sweet young love, that in all ages Bears ever one eternal form ! With lasting love your oldest pages Glow ever, ever fresh and warm. O deer old story, ever young ! Art has painted, poets have sung: aute, naught in life is half so sweet; Death cannot make you incomplete. Lovers have said these things before; Lovers will esaythem evermore.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
A woman who had been allowed to hold a little piece of land in Tipperary at a nominal rent of 6d per annum, has sold her "interest" therein, The place, however, was leased to another person, and on a bailiff going to the house he found the woman had barricaded it. Her neighbors are supylying her with food, which they let down the chimney. " The Herald says :-The pedestrian who we recently noticed as having engaged to walk from Wabgunyah to Beechworth and back six times in six eonsecutive days, in thirteen hours each day, including one hour stoppage at Beeehwortb, has ceased his task, having been taken ill. It appears from the Ovens Spectator that he was not ftt when he started, and became still more unfit along the road; he succeeded, after paying his flying visit to Tanawell's Oommercial Hotel, in reaching Booth's at ten minutes past 9. He was unable to repeat the performance next day, The explorer Burke and Mr Matthews, the chemist, now of .Albury, have been known to walk from Bee...
PARTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
PARTED. -4--~---- The beauty of the steadfast hills Has faded from them quite away) The music too of hmpid rills Died with the dying summer day j The ether blue where soars the lark, With winter storms is dull and grey. The music in the leafy lane Is hushed ; no sound withont is heard, Save intermingled with the rain The plaintive notes of some lone bird. Ah me! for summer woods again; And roses by the south winds stirred, Ah me! the peaceful happy walk When evening skies were blushing red, The sweet uninternpted talk 'Neath waving branches over head: I count the memory of those days; Dear u a mother counts her dead; Within, my heart is lone and sad, Without, I hear the ceaseless rain; I think, and shall I be as glad When summer's brightness comes again ? As once I was? Ahno, for two Who walked together sweet woods thro' Last summer, free from aught of pain8 May not for over, meet again. -News of the World.
ARRIVAL OF BISHOP GOOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
ABBIVAL OF BISHOP GOOLD, The Rev J A Goold, D.D.; Oatholio Bishop of $Melbourne, arrived at Sandridge at 6 a.m., on Mon days from Sydney, by the M 8 Company's steamship Macedon, after an absence of mere than thirteen months in Europe, whither he had proceeded to assist at the (Ecumenical Council in Rome. His Lordship was met at Sandridge by members of the Catholio body, and he at once proceeded to the Episcopal Palace on the Eastern Hill; The public reception of the Bishop by his clergy and flock took place in St Patrick's Cathedral,'at the conclusion of the eleven o'clock mase. The church was crowded on the occasion by members of his Lordship's flock, who were anxious to testify by their presence 'their joy at seeing him once more amongst them. The bells of the Cathedral rang out merrily during the morning. The Bishop was met at the principal entrance to the Cathedral by the Very Rev Dean Fitzpatrick, D.D, V.G., other clergymen and altar attendants, and cons dueted up the nave of t...
KILMORE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
1iILMO1B HOSPITAL. Weekly register for week ending January 21, 1871: Number of patients admitted ... ,, ,,, Disoharged--ourad or relieved ... ",, ,,, 4 Died ,, ,. Total remaining in Hopital ... ... ... 17 WI F. BROMLEY, House Steward.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
SESSRS GORDON & GOTCH, oat Collins stree w, eat, Melbourne, have been appointed agent e this Journal. Mr GO00H, Ballarat, has been appointed agent for this journal. Mr E. A: HOPE, Sydney street, opposite the Council Chambers, has been appointed Agent for this journal, and copies may be regularly obtained from him THE FEDB PsFrs may be read gratuitously in Lon don, at the News Booms of Messrs GoaDON and Goron, 121 Holborn Hill, where advertisements and aubsoripona for the same are received.. VICTORIA FIRE and MARINE INSURANCE S:COMPANY. Head Ofce, Market street, Melbourne. OAPITAL-£1,000,000. Chairman of the Board of Director--HON HENBY MILLER,?.?L.O. lire Insurances effected at the lowest enrrent rates of premiums Every information as to rates, &., 0 au be obtained at the office of the agent. JOSEPH COLLIE, Secretary. Agent for. KilmoreJ. W. OSBORN, Auctioneer - Sydney street. Se?imour-OLE ?NT PERRON. ITICIORIAN LIFE AND GENERAL INSBUR V ANOE 00MPAlIY, AND SAVINGS IN...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET M'CAW, ADAMSON AND CO REPORT, [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
MELBOURNE PRODUOE MARKET M'CAw; ADAMfON AnD Co REPOrT, Bor the Week ending January 18, 1871: The produce market corti ,ues firm, the demand being good for all kinds of grain; and prices in ad vasnce of our last week's quotations. Best flour is soarce, and worth £14 l10 to £15. Wheat is in rood req' eat, and best samples readily f:tsh 6S 3d to 6, 44 Oaut continue to be inq,,ir d for, 4es 1 would be obtained for milling samples, In dairy produce fresh batter has advanced to 93 and potted in pioport.on; but other goods are withb out alteration. Below we give:details, result of solud sales: £, D £ im loeur, ,k did to Seconds 9 17 6 to Maize 410 to Wheat, ami'lina samples 8 1 to 9 2 Barley, malting 4 0 to 4 8 Cape Barley 0 ' 9 to 0 2 10 Oats, feed. -0 3"8 to 0 8 6 Bran 0 11 Pollard, ocarse and Ofle 0 0 Il Potatoes 1 10 0 to 2 10 .0 Baeon 0 0 8" to -0. 0 '8 Hams, inferior & damaged 0 0 o6. heese, sound .0 0 4t to 0 0 .7 Do, damaged ndinferior 0 G l to 0 0 8 Batter, pottedl 0 0 3S ...
SEYMOUR PIRATES. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 26 January 1871
SE.?YMOTR PIRATE? ., (TO THB 3DITOB OJ THE iFRE 'nIBI) Sm,- l .1iu'tii'ugh l?th t tresplsis onwur valuable space I cannot allow ,the present opportunity to pass without expreising"my'ihdignation at the low, mean, contemptible-usenmade froih time to time by some..of your Beynqour. orrespondertl o? ?he oppoelo rbion uee bfy 'n0.' n'. jg we OOQjliirto some of my fellow townsnep b and while apologiinag for so doing":! nhy.disiie" l th'ei/ thdt it never oceurred tov mmind this iapjn dA 34tdl3 4 &ý MM wouldchave crouohedobehind my harmless eaithet9. to; shootpoisonedv ro aV .*' thei y, firf " Olio " shoilld hiae prs iied the moralit the new Licensed Victller?a'Bill?el?ms to have taught him by holding aloof froio Messr E "Grab" m"ad 4 n s "Ba whl.w, and emip!oying any other beacon his contraoted mind coulci devre to point at hit subject, and thus avoid pirating from me innocent a handles" ueed to amuse and not to abuse our fellow.tswnemen. n Obierver" should remember terrible calam...