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INSIDE PARIS. PARIS, JAN 7. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 6 April 1871
INSIDE PARIS. PuIs, Jan 7. She attempt of;fho "ultras'! to force Trochu to ?esign has been a aiiure, On'Friday bands issuing from the outer Fliuborgs marched through the streets houting "No oupitulation !" A mani!eeo was posted on the-walls, eif ned by the delegates of the2G arron dissenentp, es ing on the people to rise. At the weekly medtiFg of the mayors, M Delestluze, the mayor of ' 10th arrondisement, proposed that c(rochu t, T Le Flo should bo called upon to resign. and that a supreme council should be established, in which the "civil element should net be subordinated to the military element." M G Flonrens publibhed 'a leiter from his prison suggesting that the people should choose as their leader a Noung energetio demo erat-that ii to say himself. M Felix Pynt, on the other hand, explained that generals are tyrants, and that the best thing would be to carry on the opera tions of the esiege without one. The "bombardment" ws, however, the absorbing question of the day; ana all...
DEATH BY HANGING AT LOVE LOCK'S HORSE BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 April 1871
DiEATI BY TTANGtN-GS AT'' LOVE. I LOCK'S IOitOsE BAZXA-AR. .A. most determined case of 'self destrc-. tion took place last night or early this morning at Lovelock's -Iorse Bazaar, Bourke street. It appears th t, a n:m uanad James M'Intyre, residing off Wellington street, Collingwoad, has been in the habit o' fre quenting the bazaar as a deaki;:-, and it was well known that he guve way greatly to drinking habits. On .Saturd:y nigLt !ast he slept in the hay loft, and on Sunday morning he borrowed 7s from a groom in MIr Love. lock's employment, stating that he felt very bad from the effects of drink, and wanted to get a nol:5ler. Some" time afterwards, on the same day, the groom advised M'Intyre to go home which he said he would do, but this intention was not carried out, as he again slept in the loft, which he was allowed to do, from being so well known about the establishment. On Monday he was observed during the afternoon to be lying in a waggon and again promised to go home; but he...
A WONDERFUL INVENTION IN ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 April 1871
A ' WONDERFUL INVENTION IN ELEC TRICITY. Those who know how Mr C F Yarley; the electri. clan to the British Sub-Marine Telegraph Company has so fearlessly bore public testimony to the truth of Spiritualism, at the risk of losing a high scientific reputation, will be glad to hear that he has brought out one of the most remarkable inventions of modern times. He has invented some new telegraphio instru ments, whereby three messages can he sent at the same time from end to end of a single line wire, without the signals interfering with each other, thereby gaining the power of vastly increasing the message transmitting capacity of all the overland telegraphie wires at present in use througlout the world. He does this by super-imposing a great number af small electrical waves upon those ordinarily used in working the Morse printing telegraph; his speeial instruments indicate by sound the signals sent by these small waves, whilst the same instruments are insensitive to the ordinary current...
PYALONG ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 April 1871
PYALONG ROAD BOARD.. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Pyalong Road Board was held at Cooke's Hotel, Pyalong, on the 5th inst. The mtmbers present were-Tihe Chairman (Mr Doogan), Messra Matchett, Gorman, Cooke, Walsheb Bradley, L. Bourke, J, Bourke, and Halpin, In the absence of the clerk the engineer took the minutes of the meeting Correspondence as follows was read and considered : 1-From Colonial Bank, with bond of £150 for signatures of the members 2- From same, with £200 bond for sigpature The Chairman explained that the latter sum had been overdrawn, and thought it advisable that the bond for same should be signed, whilst that for the first named sum, which had already received some signatures, could be torn up in the presence of the Board Mr L. Bourke sid he would not sign the bond ; let the members who signed the other do so. When he wanted money here on one occasion the members would not sign a bond to raise it. The .Chairman moved that 'the members of the Board sign the ...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET M'CAW, ADAMSON AND CO REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 April 1871
SMELBOUi un E P[;ODUOE MARKET M'CA\7, ArnurON AND Co REPORT, For theo \\ek ciwin.' April 5, i871: Trhcro hit I r aurth.er ndrvaulo in :he hrei&7 stt2Thj rntriet urrinrcrg I- it week. At our sild to day :Mount G rur¾, Hvirhet rrd!i~cd up ti 63 01. nnO a eleun :n n ut V.:f Vrtorrn hrrrztt 6+ Si. titnr.tr Galrr.hbier 0 rr rPrriirrl Li1 15,, and woea arered £15 for an Ad&aicad c. r-::try a.: and. Oats are wrir ";+t uny change worth recorrding, 4r being ohtairahlr for Le'rin rornplel iof Tvrririarr, arid 3r 7d to 33 en for o nrinrrar Ne parcels; willing lots bejing wornth 3u 91 to 3 10. in mailingt arid C0ipa IBurly nrkon anrirma tnborit the nme ai abIet 100 ' Bran rnd 'rfllrrd I c a ithi'rit nlteratien of note en rrarirde rree, but. the elorirand is ooirilrei:hlv better than 1 jit Iie~tl. Dairy Pruc'.r:ce rcmr.nau very Quiet, end priois binth for bect and p=.frriir qurhlties of ch:'e-e rule vo:,v low. Brinw wIe tivr dletarilp reuit' of actusl al-, : L1 P D L P D Firur, f...
KILMORE POLICE COURT. Thursday, April 6. (Before G Hudson, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 April 1871
KILMORE POLICE COURT.. Thursday, April 6. (Before G Hudson, J.P.) Police per James Page v Wm Murphy, for larceny; remanded to 14th Richard Williams, on a charge of lunacy,. was remanded to 14th for medical inquiry Tuesday, April 10. (Before John Nicholson, J.P.) James Harvey and George Pruner,charged with larceny, were remanded to the 14th "The Times' correspondent at Versailles," says the Pall AIall Gazette, " confirms the statement that the King of Prussia was about to leave head quarters for a short time. He has, in faet, gone on a visit to his brother, Prince Albert, who is lying ill at Maintenom, near Chartres. In connection with the King's anxiety about his brother, a touabing in cident is mentioned in the letter of the same corres. pendent, which supplies conclusive proof, if proof were wanting, of the singular tenderness of heart which characterises the pious monarch. 'It was feared the other day,' Dr. Russell tells us, 'that the battle would have to be fought on his (Prince...
MESSRS L MACPHERSON AND CO, REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 April 1871
MESSRS La MACPITEtRSON AND CO, REPORT For the weer enain- 8th April. Honse MAPIxET.-M-:cnday, 3rd April to Saturday, 3th April.-"-tbroken Stock-none present. On Monday, 17th instant, we Foll thirty head of very superior cattle for W. Nash, Eq,of Torrumburry, Fee advertisement. Broken in eto2k.-The market peced very quictly, but after the first hour the nezaar began to fill rapidly, and many sales wr"., bffected. The Saturday after Good Friday i' entrally the worst sale day in the whole year, .:, ghis was no exception to the rule. 'here is a c,,,,' tiderable dieieulty in pieacing horses, ranging orer £25 or £26 per head, no malter how valuable thbr may be. Prices remain without any material ul* terstion. PIG MAnXr.--eTo penned 207 head, a supply conaiuerably iu excess cf preser..t requiremonots,. 'is, combined with the enormous supply of poultry of all descriptions, caused a temporary decline in market rates. Next Thursday we anricipate that prices will advance to their normal condit...
Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 April 1871
tUBLISIIED THURSDAY JIUORN;ING. THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1871. r ' How have the mighty fallen" might well be exclaimed in reference to gallant France. But a few short months ago and that coun. try could dictate terms to the most arrogant powers of Europe, none of which are now so 1 low as to do it homage, except indeed that homage arising from sympathy for down. trodden greatness. Even England on a great occasion like this, when an old enemy is laid prostrate by the horrors of one of the fiercest wars that ever raged in this world of ours, can afford to be deeply sympathetic, and, whilst perhaps inwardly rejoicing that an old foe has been reduced to such. terrible straits, she can openly express condolence and out ward marks of apparent sympathy. But surely to France it is bad enough to be beaten-it is had enough that the fortunes of war have proved so digascrous-not to be I reduced to the extremity of accepting sue, cour from a nation which more than any other, or more than all the nati...
LATE TELEGRAMS LONDON, Feb 25 to March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 April 1871
LATE TELEGR& MS LONDON, Feb 25 to March 18. The Queen of Sp in has been ill at Nice,. but is now recovering. The Italian Foreign Minister threatens the Bey of Tunia with the visit of a squadron if a satisfactory answer is not returned. The Germans remaiin in the French for tresses and territory now occupied until the indemnity is paid. The Germans entered Paris at 10 o'clock on the morning of the 1st, and occupied, the Champs Elysees to the Place de la Concorde. The approaches to the road were guarded. The Bourse and the theatres were closed. Great agitation prevailed, but all remained quiet. The Assembly voted peace by 546 to 407. The indemnity is made payable, 40 millions now, 80 next year, and 80 the following year, with interest on the last two instal ments. The proportion of French debt belonging to Alsace and Lorraine is cal. culated at 20 millions. The preliminaries were signed at Bordeaux and Versailles on the 2nd. Paris was peacefnillt evacuated on the morning of th...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, Feb. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 April 1871
A P K I V A L. OF TEII ENGLISH MA IL [nY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, Feb 24. The Australian mail via Brindisi was delivered on Monday, 2Qth. In the Victorian a )eal case Speaker versus Glass, the Privy Council confirmed the privilege of the Colonial Legislature. Sir Roundell Palmer supported the appeal, Sir John Karslake and Mr Wilson pleaded for the respondent. Lord Cairns delivered the judgment of the Council, holding that the Imperial act granting a constitution conferred the same powers as were possessed by the House ot Commons, including the power to commit by general warrants. The Bank of Victoria is acquitted of failure of duty in the appeal against the Bank of Van Diemen's Land. The Tichborne trial is fixed for 9th May some necessary witnesses being absent;.in France. The diary of the Duke of Edinburgh's recent tour is preparing. Loud complaints are made respecting newspaper postage to the colonies, a'd an amendment of the law is expected. Emigration from t...
CHINA AND JAPAN [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 April 1871
CHINA AIND JAPAN The Straits steamer Don, which arrived via the Canl, bound to Shanghai, was lost on Ockseu Tsland on the 12th February, with a general cargo The Hong Kong Bank declares a dividend of 10 per cent The ship Andromeda, from Shanghai, is lost lhe telegraph cable is buoyed near Ocksen Island for the present A deeper channel over Krosung bar to Shanghai has been discovered A disturbance has arisen in Shaw Sham province in Japan. Troops are despatched from Yeddo. By the latest accounts the insurrection was quelled
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 April 1871
ESSRS N GDION & GOTCH, or Collins stree Swet, Melbourne have been appointed agent r this Journal. Mr 000011, Ballarat, has been appointed agent for this journal. ir EI. A. HOPE, Sy3ney street, opposite the Council Chambers, has been appointed Acent for t;is journal, and copies may be regularly obtained icm J.im TTUE FIu~E PUrFSS may be read gratuitously in Lon Sr, tie N,'ws Rooms of Messrs GORDON and :r,, , 121 IIolborn Hill, where advertisements and , :pon; for the sumo are received. "Ti- ORIfIA FIRE and MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. Ilcad Ofilce, Tarket street, Melbourne. CA PITAL- £C1,00,000. ...h;an of thie Icnrl cf D)irrclors--HON HIIEIRY IMILLER, M L.C. "r c:ir iur c.i efit cit d at t Ihe loweot onrrent rates ;:f p, ::nou: Every information at to rates, &e., can be li ce at the oficea of the a5 -nt. ,LSEPHI COLLIE, Sorrctoary. r. .t fc"r Kil:norec-l. W. 0S3OONi, Auctioneer S? ,lnr v NtrPet. Sey n:o ;r-CLE?NTr PrEiR ON. " T,'criL1 Tii, E C),- GCT.NfRAL INSUR. T?A i ...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. DALMA[?] CMAPBELL AND CO. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 April 1871
MELEBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. D.TAtLmt:,, "AMPBELL AND CO. 3EPORT, For the wek ,nding April 5, 1571. FAT CA'ITLII.- 1385 entered for the week, about 1,;::n0 head consitlin3 of middling to grdoo quality, with some prime lots arronget them, wmte disposed if t,-diy at about hlet aweek's values, with the exception if r-ell prime heef, which reoliseci over !ate average. an:d Iath; exceedingly wel:. Amongst the latter ,lr-criftiom w6_q a draft if 101 head of Mr William RThberta L,' favourite FF brand from Colae, which eri r ,1i by us, and averaged £11 15 3:1 per head for tic st.tMio hbrede, or £6( 83 5d all round, being the hio:el' ;rice ootai:ted in ;his market for the year, the top pen of the former really splencid ,rnimrals for br:e,;,in', quclity, and weight, wae pu' !honed by hir T K Bl-nne:r, ot Bourke street, at L12 24 6:1 p-r hear'. \We qu to beet beef up to 22s 6d per 100 Ibe : other .thce iltions from 15s to 201: .iT C ItXLs.-A moderate supply forward; quotat tinrs altlitly thither....
INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 April 1871
INDIA. Numerous steamers art4 expected by the canal on the opening of the Mont Cenis Tunnel. Mr Seward is on a tour in India, with a letter of introduction to the Viceroy, from Brigham Young The railway from Madras to Bombay is to be open on the 1st April. Sir William Grey is to be Governor, of Bengal. The.disturbances amohg the Hill tribes in the tea districts continue. Gold and coal have been found in Mysore. The Indian income tax is reduced to 10s, and the income still shows a surplus. The turret ship Abyssinia has made a suet ces9ful trial at Bombay, The first steamer of the new Russian line leaves Bombay for Odessa on the 1st April The Siberian telegraph lines are approach ing China, and will join the cables when finished
CEYLON. GALLE, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 April 1871
CEYLON. G(ALLE, March 22. The China steamer is again late. The Avoca was delayed 36 hours in consequence. The Singapore and Batavia cable is inter. rupted. A steamer is despatched to repair the injury. The barque Palmerston, with a full cargo from London to Colombo, was wrecked in a late gale. The Eliza Firth has arriyedf and sailed again for Melbourne. Eleven elephants have been shipped at Colombo for Howe's menagerie at New York.
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 13 April 1871
AMERICA. The press advocates an obliteration of the old standing discard, with Great Britain.. From a commission of the legation Berlin is raised to a first class nission, Mr Summer is ill from neuralgia of the heart. WASHINGToN, Feb 23. The President gave audience yesterday to O'Donovan, Rossa and nine Fenian exiles. Earl Grey, Lord Tenterden, and Mr Bernard arrived to day.