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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 February 1871
KILMORE BORFOTUGBH COUNCIL. Wednesday, February 8. An ndjourned special meeting of the Kil more Borough Council was held on the above date, for the purpose of transacting the ordinary business left undone at a pre. vious meeting. The members present were Councillors Bossence (in the chair) Reilly, Maloney, O'Connor, and Lyster. The correspondence read since last meet ing consiastd principally of notices of inten, tion to appeal against rates. The first business of the day was to coni aider application of Winnifred Cushen, for monies on account.of a contract between the Council and her husband. Councillor Lyster moved that it stand over until next meeting. Seconded by Councillor Maloney, and car ried. Applications were read from A Kyle, James and Thomas Crossley, for licenses to slaughter sheep upon their respective pre, inises within the Borough. In connection with these applications a report from the Inspector of Nuisances was read. Councillor Reilly said the' great, nuisance was t...
Selected Poetry. BE KIND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 February 1871
- B i KIND. Be ki.d to the rung ; in tl;y suthl,' marry day, Thou, ton. he1 bh"!n thoughlrip rn.l !ein ; 01 ! plart not a thorn in flowrr..trewen ray, That may never be trodden snain. Enough of thorn yet in tha pathway of life, If they travel it Inng, they will find ; But dim net hrizht youth rith the shadow of strife; Be kind to the youthful, be kind. Be kind to the aeedr; not lhe at thy side Hath the travel-worn pilgrim 'o stay; The frail thread of life will be shortly untied: He is pseing, 0oon peerinr away, Oh ! let him not ,drem that when summoned from earth He will leave but cold fealines behind: Give him still n warm nook of thy heart and thy hearth ; Be kind to the aged, be kind. Be kin~i to the sirrple; althoueh the full light Of gerius to thee may he given, TeP lork not with ecorn in the pride of thy might On a brother lePs ferored by Feaven. Re is not to he himred, if the Gord-iven ray Bath but faintly illumined his mind ; Thine own msy be quenched by a cloud on the way B...
MESSES NOYES AND SEED Report:— [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 February 1871
Lrzasr~s Nfyrre A Rx1 p 1l) portF:8 For Il.e ir k .m~diu.~ Ttru.!ry4· S: Ws tPsort ea!(- of :nHll, fare., mud dairy produce toil wctk as uorer:-" Flour.-No izsyo Es1es to report. Trade parCeIl £11 to £14 10., ii'r toet, B3ran.--1. (1 to ls 2.1 p.w hueaie1, Poli"ard (fine) 14 -1 to is 61 e:E7 buohtl ; coroe, le Id to 11 31 p r intinh 1. TCL ýlt.--9n n1, vary lon;'el. 'st ranmoles 6li 23 t3 i. o5 9 t:. fir per ba.',e). O '"~.-C ;t r -iilin' I nlaes, 3S 31 to 43; Good f , 3+6.1 x" 3 t w' r uetei. Ils,·leý.-Lc ; ti' tI.,O ii; 3, 10.1 to 4. 2d. For f "ding pure, rel~,,S · 4 to 3, 91 r~ir hu!aý!e! (Clapp) 3: 21 Jo 33 5u.I pjer bu-.·. Ri. , 3, 3.l t 34 61 par builhel. Msrizo.-4' 10 1 to .4 ildl per p~erbi. Pee! (6i:ld), 4s 71 to 43 101 par bu&':pI. Po'ataos.-£2 10; to £3 e.; r ton for e29 arnample;. Butter.-ltregb;, 7,1 to 101 per b ; do, pitted (beat), 41d to 5'.' pi"r i. Qberae.--Beet Victrvian, 5d to 6.1 ; inferior, Id to 4} 1 per pou·ld. Egga.-lý to 10 31 par d zen:
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET M'CAW, ADAMSON AND CO REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 February 1871
MELEOURNE PRODUCOE MARKET M'CAw, AnADcioN AND Co REPOuT, For the Week ending February 1, 1871:- Although pricer are Pcarcely eo firm for breadstuffe, there is still a good rimaud for bees samples of both flour and whe:r; We dirpored of eevoral emall lots of the latter, Vietoitjn growr, at our Pale to.day, realioing 6s to 6 3.1 for rooad lean grain. In flour but little bisin;ss hes been done, caused principaliy by the paucity of supptFl;e; good country brands Victo:ian and South Au'trali;n would realise from £14 to £14 5e. Oata are not q'itn so firm, the bigheet offer to-day for a good parcel cf Tarmanian being 3s 10d, while inferior and medium feed aeaplee would not bring over 3a rd to 3s 8i. Maizt is without any nlboration of moment, s 11id to 5a being fill oabtirable fr sounl parcels. In dairy produc3 ther hba: not been much bucinese doing, and prices generally, except for a few prime lote of bctter and cheese, have oomoverht reduced sines our let: Blo o we give duteib, r:u!lt of ...
STRANGE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 February 1871
8S71.ldiGE CASE. The IEnalla n i?on eby,:--A rather singular incident I., bh:prcrd to a young man who had been wrrlinr. for vbi:r:t Ei or f!s cn one of the stations in th? Ei!rdt!:, di'.ilic:. bont a month Pince his nmplr;r h,: i'.-g na , c?rion for him paid him tff, and *h !fl. wit? a el -q?' i.f '6, ; cd a very complete te.. c othciir: bla;:ly r, &;, iuar:ndinr to work his .ay i?yi:yC, vhre he -imi rfltivr-s in a respect a rllo r. i n cf :;i;cty. it ?er:s tfiat be care into cna:l.& to cLarge hii chetq:, and a Flit b!tio tol, co be PcaE, 0 very rn-c!! arounl: t f liqU. W!;ha err it ira ait had a rely strangr, e :cet upon him at the time. G::tir'g . tetc, cf this hlie p ce ded on his jcur::ey. While cem?pi rg Et eencn Chiltern a'd lbcry, Ire aiode a mine anr c ore i..'nt, aend tHeing cL !iis clutihe wrrp-l:i limclf up in his blakept, and vent to leg . .; e r';. twobl. eror:19 by 1:rearing lio dog obeni- :' :rct, ir near 1 im, anr?l ettir: n uil) ha most i-r'? :... - ...
THE EASTERN QUESTION. THE COMING CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 February 1871
THE EASTERN QUESTION. THE COMeN& CONFERENCE. It is official)y denied that the Austrian Cabinet intenos to 'uboit any other question beyond that raised by Prince Gorischakofr's circular to the delihers ationi of the Conference. It perfectly coincides with the views of England, Terkey, Russia, Prussia, and Italy, that neither before nor during the Conference any other aucetions should be raidsd which might edict the maiutainance of the res infegra. The ?To ociw papers are inveighing against the Germnn pre'a for ccnanring the denunciation of the treaty of 1856.
LATER NEWS FROM ENGLAND. THE EASTERN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 February 1871
LATER NEWS TFOitU ENG-LAND. THE EASTERN QUESTION. By the Loch atrino, erom G(la.som, mwe havo papers to the 56h of D:o mber, beizg thrbr dayb l:fer than those received by thh tit Overland miii. .Ve extract from them Fn 1 :r nvi!lo'sa a;newe to the deenatch of Prince Gortschr koff:- EARL GRtA.VILLE?' REPLY TO PHISCE OP.TECIIhATyr': EARIL GLANVLL TO SIR A ICTCE0ANAN. 3Fcrei n Olice, hov 2.3, 1870. Sm,--TheeRuian Ambhaeadrr has read and given to me a copy of a despatch c-f Priuce Gort3o! o';off of the date of 8'h (20th) November. It \was no' ,,*!cee, sary for Her Majesta's Government to recur to the important question of international law odeied by the circular of Prince Gortechalkofl, as they hbove rothing to add to the declaration on that sulj ot which they have already made. His Excellency bes been good enough to appeal to my knowlvdge of the facts which, His Excellency states, prevented the consultation and agreement with other partieo to the treaty which Russia wduld have preferre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 February 1871
ELEY'S AMMUNTO'I TIHE BOXER CARTRIDGES S For 8nider-Enfield of -577 bore, and for the Henry and Martin-Henry rifles of -450bore, adopted by Her Majesty's a War Department, also of '500 bore u Sfor Militaryv RiAfls cn = WATERPROOF CENTRAL- ý ýL &lt; FIRE METAALLIC CARTRIDGES . ; I with enlarged Base for small bores, ito adopted by foreign, gnvernments for . converted OCssaepOt. !Berdan, Rano-- Id ' in ton, and other rifles; t!so Cart ridges for Ballard, the Spencer, and American-Henry Repeating Rifles The "ELEI' BOXER" are the cheapest Carte ridges known, carrying their own ignition, ond being made wholly of metal, are waterproof and imperish able in any climate The above Cartridge cases (empty) of all siz?., and or the different systems of Br. ech-loadine Ritl,, can be had with or without the suitable Bullots and Mobhines for finiehirg the Oertridges. BOXER CARTRIDGES of '450 bore for revolving Pstols, userd in Her Niajesty's N-.v COPPER RIM-FIRE C.AR£ifIDGEtR of all sizes, ...
BURNING OF THE CITY OF AUCKLAND, 24th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 February 1871
BURNING- OF THE CITY OF AUUCK LAND, 24TH JANUARY. We have been favored with the following slip from the Southern Cross, Auckland . The City of Auckland is owned by Messrs Smart and Simpson, of London, and Captain Aahby we believe had in her an interest to the extent of £5000. This interest had been insured for the outward voyage and for thirty days after arrival, and the insurance had ex pired eleven days. Captain Ashby had sent the renewal by last mail, and it is just possible he may have been in time, before the intelli gence of the fire is telegraphed from San Francisco. The City was launched in July, 187C, and was on her second voyage. She was lying at the outer T of the Queen street wharf when found to be on fire. The fire originated in the fore hatch, where some flax had been yesterday stored from MIr Buck land's yards, but whether in any way con nected with this cargo or not, it is impossible to discover. The cargo on board was to the value of £20,000, and the ship would have...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 February 1871
MFTrj01OU .R-1 ijTf,3' 'L1;w4TET. I)ALaxacoY CAMPBncLL AND t 0. 'RPBORT, For the re. cona:,,C 1'ebr)i ry 1, '8el7 - FAT CATTLE.-1.35d iIc-r Li the We ra'. onflP.li·clptLn ; 9e. l' .e-ed to i -i .. .,v' a lest week'; c'r.eir: rat-"-, o I y i :11: 1I ) 5er head ill ardva:nce of ]cet t;a sir:! 4 !::.k ~; !h,; querii;y on the whole wc'.a gi.n nruc i ils coot: .tpry errere egatn bought frcd7. henice --s f itre 'iVVt~ly. Vill be off'ered to-crr~n. w. f.C qote i----,itu h E at 22 &li per 1l00c.; ririr qiA -----ci ' i' h, iccu 25s; o!shcr C-c-'-I1r" ) '--i5 1i~! -e'i ee' cal ieý better in proepr--i_" bra e'ii Pu bdie. W have sold anere :'r -. Irft; om p: n., null the Wcaceeer.1 at a-boa- ncurenCi-, rn-- r"'-!norrcw we will eeli 240 primn iocavy ;,eecigh buclockc from tho Lower Uurrn FAT CA7L t-j -A flil 'rp!v enterad, snd pricoe slightly reds. FAT See-cr' -2 1 nc1'c r1" ,:r. ei t'.thi:cl of tLhm i'iice- c~t t -;cd p ' to -7 .e!i , the rest bc-ing f~iw~~i r -cr-- La-i ' 0;r z10 who l...
THE MODERN EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 February 1871
THE MODERN EDITOR, The difliculties which the modern editor -and to prevent any misur, derstanding, we may as well ~t the noutset soy that when in the course of this article we make use of the word editor, we simply mean the gentleman who is responsible for the regular and ortho dox appearance of some daily, weekly, or monthly periodical-has to encounter are sufficiently many, and his duties snficien'ly arduous. His path is anything hbut strewn with roses, and his work anything but simple. To collect the nucleus of an efficient literary staff, to keep ihese literary atoms, when they are once collected, in Good order and together, to nallow each one enough of freedom to display the "idinovenrasies" of what he will consider his gen;id, while pre serving a thread of unity throughout the various contributions of each wri er. and so to impart an air of comprn tness, consistener, and symmetry to the entire sum of minsel. ianeous labors ; all this is no slight de nand upon the most accomnl...
ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 16 February 1871
- - - :- ·· , The English Mail for Janiuary was telegraphed off 'Adklaide last "ight. The following are the items of news, which arrived after midnight, forwarded to us by our correspondent:- PEE GnEVLrt ANnD Co., (REUTER'9 AGENTS.) LA T TELEGRAMS. LONDON, JAN 7. The French are determinad not to send represen tativ2s to the Conference unloas England recognises the French Republic, and Jules Favre declined to accept Bismarck's safe conduct to enable him to attend the Conference, saying ho intended staying in Paris A Vienna telegram states that Austria will pro pose terms of peace at the Conference which meets on the 17th. The Saxons occupied Mount Aaron, capturing great quantities of artillery and ammunition. Vitry has been destroyed, the French camp broken up, and all the batteries there silenced. The reported auffericg of the population of Paris is excessive, but the bombardment of the forte has donoe only a little damage which can be very easily repair'd. The b-'c ?Jmert ci. the f...