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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

WINTER DRAPERY. 0--- MILLINERY, CLOThING, BOOTS, AND SHOES, &c. 22 CASES, 10 B ALES, 10 TRUNKS BOOTS AND SHOES. --0- The above bhaveo been rceived, ard are now. ready for inspection. --0- SPECIAL ATTtNTIFN is d;roecthd to the novelties in Dreoses, Ladies llats and ai:nreta, Fiowers and I Feathers, Velveteen and Cloth Jackets, &,. --- ::: value in Wincey's, Skiring's, Blankets, Flannels, and Calicoes, camn.o be equalled. o0 T. J. GEOGHEGAN," Commercial Iouse, Sydney strcr, T(ilmore

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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MESSRS NOYES AND REED Report: [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

b!'a NoYES AND Rr.ETD Rrport ir thbe weic riaeinf Aar 17: rerport. iuna c.f mill flour and dairy produce week Reh P nnrlr.*:-· Flour .-1.at hrannda fine rA1lk r1rnacer1, t.1 1 l03 to .17 per ten. 1nn.-ls ~1 iP Id ror buahol. Pol1nrrl.- Tk~ ., 1 441 to Is 6di; do, ecst'zr, in Id .o 1a 3d int r'r l Wheat.-'Z'.FloIRi A 7 41 to 70 01; Victcri;;n do Sr Id to'i a :v, Toarnniao dn, 6 , d to 7e. ()a:3.- ", ~l to 3 511 per hnper l. Barlrpe.-k''rlieh maltink, 3e rd tit 41; for fode :i ur pnr s, 3 'o 3a 61 ; do Cape, 3? to 33 31 per Rs?.-2,f1:' 33 24 per huthrl. PVna.-(%fesh .a" 91 to 44 let. i;usJiel. Potatoes.-.C1 173 61 pe ,on. Butter - frr n) t3 to 103 Der lb; potted do, 5t1 to ;d per lb. -Beat V;rtorian 5d to 61 per lb

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

031I 3ELCIAL INTELLIGINCE. KILMORE. n:Jn ,I"?Roll.v rnotee : nJran Il 3d do or 5a,10d per cental Pollurd 1~ 41 rlo Flor, 14,: pTr rental Ote .. . 3 t) 4s per buslel, or 9e 2d to lOs per

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press
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IN THE CLOAK ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

IN T.E C.LOA. E00 M. There was ,iistltoo eveywherhere t IIar, lingdon ialn; it hid oven funI') its way into the 'lo-.k room, wli re the gasel er was full of it. It was: Christl'mats Eve, s(o of course the mistletoi, had a right to be there, but I don't think it hung over anything more fierce loikiin. that n ight than the face of Colonel Vivian Verschoyle, a mreat tall soldier like, brown bered, brown faced hero from Abyssinia. Colonel Vivian Ve'schoyle, C.P. and V.C. had done hiis country good service, and la.rels had been: :anply he;ipe;l upon him; he was " honourably nentioned " and duli lnuded, rc.ivin?, his illi of adulation aii adoration fromi all the counntry rduld Iis handsome face was as bronzed as it well I could be, but al the u:isehief the Afi'ican sun had done his comp!eri io,; had not 10poilt the beauty of those dark (deep) e;es or the perfect symmetry of those? noble features. Yes, he was a wondorfulyv fine follow this Abyssinian hero, and :a ,great lion in his way; al...

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THOSE CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

THOSE C!IRISTMABS SLIPPERS. A p.r of slipper.·a!--finelv wrought From velvet top to base of leather! Sure, 2race awl Cuor,dlnes '.ne'er were brought In fitter svm b,! ir, ther. But whinee th:, ch urming present came Surp,:I?,as, (rin-r , Imy best diining; The ladu!y cly writes my name (No hint of hers ) upon the lining. -Who e.n i5 be ? I fain would know Who cf i'hvse jetls mnakes ,me owner; That-h:.ippy p:net !-T may o11 And hi:: the. iners of the donor ; hier hand that wr'ouhzt the 'hroider'd work Wher. ,:. ?i- lwer !er taste dis;loes, And hier oT. eracee:; .;etly lurk Among for,?t-nme-ne-c and roses The favour'd t'at that wear tho prize Which Christmas evening kindly brought them, (Al: hugh, I fear mie, lilt ton wise, F'r ait tmhe lessens Time hlas irought them.. Call neel ,1 i' Warlit pen or liop To ke.p temi ,r', ;i i, n the trippers Lv uoel! ;hel m;t a kel:,. nic c i slip In such, ai hleavenly p;,air o lslippers !

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PBESB. SIB,-I beg to express my great gratification at, and warm appreciation of the very appropriate man ner, and timely opportunity just now afforded his countrymen in Victoria, of testifying to the. high estimatirn in which they have long hold, and the offectionate regard they have so long entertained for the patriot priest of Partry. What associatirns are called up by the alliteration-es-ociations which link times long past, when true chivalry meant to protedt the poor and the weak from the tyranny of the oppressor-with the present fleeting hour-early civilizations with modern refinements-the mitled abbots of Cong with its humble curate, a true pbilr anthropist, and one of the most charilable and most sathetio of living Irishmen, associations too of which - "Whilsmem'ry brings us back again." Father Luville's appeal to his countrymen, per favor of the Advocate, is very su3aestive, when speaking of the old Abbey, at the same time confidently trusting, wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

ALEXANDRA.-Impounded at Alexandra bay horse, star, saddle marked, near hind foot white, like HP over EP near shoulder It not claimed and expenses paid, to be acld on 21st June 1871 * A ARMSTRONG, Poundkeeper BENALLA.-Impounded at Benalla dark bay horse, white hind feet, TO near shoulder, 0 off shoulder If not claimed, and expenses paid, to be sold on 21st June 1871 J WATTS, Poundkeeper KILMORE-Impounded at Kilmore roan draught horse, large star, near hind foot white blind off eye, no visible brand If not claimed and expenses paid to be sold on 21st June 1871 C G ANDERSON, Poundkeeper LANCEFIELD.-Impounded at Lancefield bay draught horse, white face, off fore and near hind fetlock white, like JII near shoulder dark chesnut mare, like EM near shoulder It not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 21st June, 1871 A MADIGAN, Poundkeeper MURCHl9ON.-Impounded at Murchison brown mare, like 00 or OG near shoulder and rump If not claimed and expenses paid to be sold on 21st June. R WILSON ...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. DAIMAHOY, CAMPBELL AND CO. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

M TLPROURNER CATTLE MARKnET. DAnIuAnoY, : ATfRnT.T AD 0'. 'EPORT, For tIe week endinj May 25 1S71 : FAT CATTLE -1 ,50 entered; 868 co'd to-day. foarket ope-:d -ri k, at late qothali ns. prime qualities ;r'iiHly beinz in cood demand. but clo!inag ..li, -.!.,r1d u deoline of from 10< )o 12e 61 p?r hed. We t, nlle.'-~e--rino h ?' from 20s to 22, ir rer 100 Its. Wn hnav cold-107 heli for Mr Wm P.araoun, Kilmn' y P-'k. at £7 173 64 for bullocA. :.nd £5 fnr e.i,~ ; 12 hollorli fr Tr Mr Mnty, at £f Ii ., and 6 hru:lock for r Mr W Tavlor, at from £7 12e 6Gl to £R. To morrow wn Fell 110 herd of the rvourite FF hr~ bra for .:Tr Rnhortgon, 0olao; 70 for O ? ecut: r of thl, late A MeJillan, Caldermeade; :.l 50 for Mfr T Miller, f-:;r tho Lnchlan. FAT CALVES.-On!v 20 crnnecdr, vhrih Fold readily, at idva.ned rates. Beat rn-. , uo to 55a: WV sold a small, lt. from 32B 6. r, ;iii 6id. FAT Snr.P--20,215 shown; half of them from Rieprina, amment wbhiloh were three. lots of prime wethers, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

AD') I:l ti' [T1 SE3iENTS. SPRINGFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. ? ENI)ER? will be received by the Council of the S abya Shir,, up to noon on Mfnlany the 5th rroc., for fon.cio: a no, rooad in the porish of Cninin (throt.,- the far:i;: .! f nrrthaell Burrow;,) Plean and aroli nsioatn to be reca at the Shiro OmL:e, Springfit:l. By crder-, II. J. PUNT, St eeooar . Shi 011-a0, May 6tth, 1571. BOROUGH OF KILMIORE. 4EPA ATE tndera will h versoaived until threeo "1 o'clock p:m. on fMord,:v, 5h11 Jun:, 1371, acor fine, to plans and s?p:ci,:'ti-ons, to be eaen at ti:i oildce, for i.'u tc and formnin n .poricn of Foote street* Cuttint and forming a porticn Church Ptreot; The espply end delivery of 400 cubic yards of 2. inch meal in 91dney streerý, and 200 yards ij l'owle;t street. Wortk in Gipvs tnd Bo,m , etr.bet9, And tIh, cocan. .o. in,- of a foot bridge at the book of tihe old Mrchnica' Institutc; A deo.oasi of ten par cent to be enclosed is cach ijje lowest tender not necessarily accepted: By orde...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

TO TITRS FDITOR 0? THf FREE Pr8ES. FzI,-The back kitchen lounger, who when do t-eted by the mesten of the establishment, sallying forth with a ham under one arm and a gonse under the ether, both being the eifta of thejgenrrous cook, would be ungrateful indeed, if he, instead of trying in very manner pnosible to exculpate the dishonest Sor of the ham and Coose, would say that ha de ser\ed the lash for thus robbing his employer. But though it mPy he soreee"l to an dmirer r of human nituro to know that ruch ingratitude is rarely to be met with, still it is not s" consoling to an emnloyer to find the receiver of his property, throuleh gratitude the dishonest servant, endearnring to make him ..:ove that this eerveIt is both an honest arnd faith S" an. If the mreter be a pe-,en of any diecern. nict he must see that a double irjory s inflicted on i? m when tie property is ti:ken frm him, and the j v ry rpeeiver of that propertv insults his intelligence by tdllire hln th5t a favour is being...

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Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

There was a special meeting of the Board of Management of the Kilmore Hospital on Tuesday evening, to inquire into the conduct of the House Steward, in allowing a man named Martin to lodge on the premises con trary to the instructions of the Board. The only palliation of the offence urged by the House Steward was that beintended to keen the man, as he was a useful adjunct to the institution, until he could appeal to the next monthly meeting for leave to keep him there. The explanation was not at all con, sidered satisfactory, and a resolation affirm, ing Bromley's conduct a breach of duty was passed, after which, and in view of a resolui tion passed at.a previous meeting, that any breach of dlu:y on the part of Bromley would be followed by irertant dismissal, a motion was firthebr hr!opoed and carried, that the House Steward should retain his position until he would show by his diligence and attention to duty he wa: worthy the con fidence of the Board. We know not whether the Board ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 1 June 1871

MESSRS GORDON & GOTCII, or Collins stree w'est, Melbourne have been appointed agent r thi Journal. Mr GOOCIT, Ballarat, has been appointed agent for this journal. Mr E. Ao HOPE, Sy:lrey street, opposite the Councril Chamlors, has beern appointed Agent for this journai, and copies may boe regularly obtained from tim TUE FR:i PRess may bq read gratuitously in Lon. din, at thn News Rooms of M' era GoRanoN and, (:")lcr, 121 lHolborn Hill, where advertisements and oul ,rripns for tVio ane asre reoeie ,l. Taylor Brothers ,"TA.VE EC EIVED A And WELL-PELECEKD :ASSORTM1ENT Of SEASON ABLE GOODS WlVich is worthy of in?s~ction.r. YDNEY- STREE T. NATHANIEL ALLT, CORDIAL AND) ER'lATED WATER MANU. FAC' TUIEI, .c;dn.Ey stre.t.: Kitnore, .'EGS to a:non,.cec' thl:.t e has commenced -.- butisx: , ir', a01 . l; e, and trusts by strict attention It bnuine.s, and supplyin:g the best dr,, cription of articlce, to merit a fai: share of public p.t-onage. All orders r.unctuoily attended to. S 1 SI;MI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 June 1871

ADVERTISEMENTS. S ORDER OF ST ANDREW. I THE Provisional Committee will meet at Morgan'e Red Lion Hotel, for the purpose of enrolling mem bers on Friday, 9th ,, ,, t Saturday, 10th ,, Until 10th June all persons em join up to 50 years of age, by payment-of the reduced initiation fee of L1. R DM'KAY, Secretary pro, tem PYALONG MONTHLY SALE Of Cattle and Other Stock. 1W. Lby awell TILL SELL by AUCTION at Patrick Cook's II New Yards, White Hart Fotel, fat cattle, &e., &o., on Monday, 12:h June, and will continue the senme monthly. 'une Auct'oneer wodld e.dll the attention of all persona having cattle to enter, to do so on the morn. ing of the Sie. W L SAWELL, Auctioneer. SHIRE OF PYALONG. NOTICE. iv accordance wirl tihe prvisions of the Shtirea Statute, !utiee is hercnw eivwn that J,. . Borridsy viill attend at the Shire Office, Py'long, on re sean drys ((Sundays exo ptcdc pre-edtling the 20t ' diy of tu, e instent, for the purpose o01 receiv ing all ratee due an the Shi...

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PRISON DISCIPLINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 June 1871

PRISON DISCIPhINE: Some time ago a report made by Mr Harold Maclean, sheriff of Sydney, upon prison discipline, after personal inquiry and examination in the United Kingdom, was published in New South Wales. The fol. lowing despatch from the Secretary of State for the colonies, relating to this report. had been lhid before the New South Wales Parliameut :-" The Secretary of State for the Colonies to Governor the Earl of Bel more Downing street, 27th January, 1571. My Lord,-I have received your Lordship's despatch, No 14.5, of the 21st of September, enciosing a report qf Mr Sheriff Maclean of the result of his inqgtiries into the managet ment and dicipline of prisons in the United Kingdom. I observe that Mr Maclean ret commends that, as in England, punishments should be divided into punishments of ina prisonmeat and penal servitude-the latter term to inclade all punishments of more than two years' duration. With reference to this proposal, in which I concur, it may be as well to poin...

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WORTH READING. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 June 1871

WORTH READING. -C-"--- "We (W\ averli, IagazLine-American) clip ?he follo;v;ug from an exchange, and give it to our readers because of its truthfulness. It is rather a queer piece of poetic prose, and yet contains more truth than poetry. We commend it to the notice of ail business nmen: 'When trade grew slack, and notes fell due, the merchant':; face grew long and blue; his dreams were troubled through the night with sherif'f bailiffs all in sight. At last his wife unto him said, 'Rise up, at once get out of bed, and get your paip-r, ink, and pen and say these words unto all men:: " ' ify goods I wish to sell to you, and to your wife anud daughters too ; my prices they shall be so low that each shall buy before they zo.'" " He did as his good wife advised, and in a paper advertised. Crowds came and bought of all he had ; his notes were paid, his dreams were glad, and he will tell you to this day how well did printer's ink repay. "He told us with a knowing wink, how he was saved with...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. DALMAHOY, CAMPBELL AND CO. REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 June 1871

MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. D)ALI[AIro, rA3MPBELL AND 0. REPORT, For the week endine May 31 1871 : FAT CAfTTL.-2 170 head entered, half of them were sold to-day, end were only middling quality,. Pxceet a few prime from Gipps Lviti, tiht ealet of which were much depremaed, throueh cn many good lota coming forrrarl to morrow. fenrkot lsne-l dull, showingm decline in vnlde of from lO0 to 12I1 (d per head. We have sold 33 heed for the exernter. of the late n Thomnon, Clyde Benk, snol will to-morrow rft'er 110 prm:n bullock, tor M?.lwrn Campbell Bro.., Traralonn Park, alan 217 head of the eeleberated aB eattle, from Sruth Australia, for Mr E ?, Bigot, of Adelaide. FAT C.vLres.-fModerate surPly, which hrnueht i;ts rates. Beet up to 553. We sold a small draft fro"i Ctlyle Bnk et .71R. FAT EgEEP.-21,771 yardred. principally from Riverine, .nd ccn:eiiio or good u efiu mn'n sunit able tf?r the hnichers, The market or n1,l brikly at an ara.cor of Cd per heard o ll ii the h-ct lots, whilht -1edinm...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 June 1871

ANSWERS TG COR1ESiPOUDENTS. Mo1?N.-The ruin3 of :hi University, w ,hreo it is easd Alfred the G.eat was o'luceatd, are situaterd on the shoies of thu Lick Cerra, about nine miles from the Abbey of Cong, and i:eir the mnlern mansion of a1ooro Hall, in the fine p9,toral country known as the Plains of Mayo. The University was famed for its learning in the earlier ages of Chrie. ti?enity.

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 June 1871

PUBLIsnED TnItRsDAY onNi'INa. THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1871. "I hone the " Glardian " nrwepaper will succeed, and hope all here will eupp,'tlt i} in oppor~tion to its contemptible contemporary."-Vide report of Rev. Air Hunter's speech in this ijSue. TirE above words, uttered by the Rev RoBEaRT IIINT?E~ on Thursday evening last, in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, we could, so far as they immediately effect ourselves afford to treat with the utmost indifference, but the gratuitous insult so freely delivered b the intelligent congregation assembled, we cannot, without a farther stretch of charity than even the eminent divine named seems capable of exercising, afford to pass over unnoticed. Perhaps it mnay be deemed unbecoming in us attempting to lecture the rev. gentleman named upon what should be his mode of procedure in the sacred edifice in which he reigns supreme; This we will not presume to do, because such a thing is un necessary, but though not essaying to inter pose between him and ...

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THE CIVIL WAR IN FRANCE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 June 1871

THE CIVIL WAR IN FRAINCE. When the mail left on the ltet April, revere fighting was proceeding, and cannonading wr.e in ceesant around .aris. The Comumune, tn the 22nd, were mating extensive preparations for resietence. The Versaillee troops fortified Chateau Lacon on the 24th, and the Germane were at St Denis A league has been formed for supporting the liberties of Parie, and makiing a last effort at cone ciliation; If Thiers will accept the condition of autonomy in Paris, the league is to force the Cow.. muane to accept the terms Bismarck c:eclard before :he Reiobstag on the 24th that the Paris forts were only to be surren dered after the final conclusion of peace, even if the first instalment of the indemnity were previhuely paid The bombardment of Forte Vanvrea and Isey is continuing A Masonic delegation from Paris proposed arrange. msnts basCed on the recognition of the municipal franohise. Thiers roeplied that Such an understandiug wee impossible, ct lie wo.uld adhere to the m...

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LATE TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 8 June 1871

LATE TEL GRMAMS On the 2t1.h larce crowds of workmen assembled before the Houseo of Parliament petitionlng against the tax on matchee. Disorder ensued, and the crowd was disporsed hy the police On the 26th Mr Lowe withdrew the tax on lucifers Thirty thousand operatives were locked out at Oldham on the Lt, consequent 3n a dispute regard ing the hour of closing on Saturday The Albert Assurance Arbitration Bill has been brought before a committee of the House of Coml mone, and weas paes.t on the 8th On the 8th, the B:iti s. and American commis sioners signed a treaty establishing two arbitrarian commissions, one to examine the claims on account of the cruisers, the other to deal with sundry cla'ms On the 6th was announcer the result of a mission of the Sultan's chamberlain to the Khedive of Egypt. The misunderstanding between them was removed, and the Khocive is expected at Constantinople to assure the Sultan verbally of his fidelity The Times of the 9dh published a telegram from Copen...

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