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LATER CALIFORNIAN, AMERICAN, AND EUROPEAN NEWS. SYDNEY, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 April 1870
LATER CALIFORNIAN, AMERICAN, AND EUROPEAN NEWS. (BY ELEOTRIC TBLiGBAPH) 0- (From the Arnue corr2apondent.) Srnrar, April 5, The Hero bringo Auckland papers to the 3)th ult., reporting the arrival there of the Galilee from Cahl fornia, with 2,883 bags of wheat and 11,480 quarter sacks of flour. She left on the 5th Lebruary. English telegraphic news to the 2nd February rei ports the cotton Etrike at Wigan as ended. Lord Cairns had resumed the conservative leader ship in the House of Lords. The Pope was sufferirg from epilepsy. Mh Dubs has been elected President of the Swiss Confederation. A great fire had es+troyed the Metropolitan Paper Company's premises. The lose is estimated at £200,000, The papers report that Mr Weh of New York, was aboat running a line of large steamers between California and Melbourne, and that the first steamer was ready to start as soon as the American Governs ment agreed to grant a subsidy, ?--.?----..mm - ? m
THE LATE GUNPOWDER EXPLOSION NEAR MANSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 April 1870
?E ILATE GUNPOWDER EXPLOION NEAR MANSFIELD, ( 0ra1 T ' "I'" COR m6bOMDMT.) rn at W endational seeident ocourred at sundown A dnedhsy, upon the noad between Jamieson and das tdl wyhih one man lost his life, and which dierictL n iamene amount of excitement in the Wedest ae carriers passed through Mansfield on - onrs, im route for Jamieson, carrying in their Polpot anothier . artcles, a large quantit; of those 0r siliam Jewel, the driver of one of his argo , "decoverea whe, in Mansfeld that there tin srunpowder wae leakiun, and attempted ing 0 arrage bhis load, At tpis time he was carl carrier, had of pwder, and Cruikshank the other proceeded on thei rest of hi load, 35 kegs. They twne mis t heir o ?.urney, and arrived within about ttlre mior f ammeson in safety, when without not eplor parem rlanee the powder in the first wag I teamnald the oroikshank, the driver of the second Sintth0 noly living W(tne, of the occurrence, On, sad sot crYt hunoched back irto his own wags of et re to tar...
Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1870 [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 April 1870
PuDLI?s?D TURBBDAY MonuING. THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1870 THE political world is in state of ferment, and it takes rather a shrewd obsei*rer of the working of the machine to aseertain definitely what will be the issue, and therefore there are many honorable members who are at a loss to know to what particular party they will attach their colours, as the elements which hitherto existed are disconnected and disjointed-Loyal Liberals have fallen from their allegiance to.their chiefs, Higinbotham ancd McCulloch, and th'e Constitutionalists think they have done enough by the Mac Pherson party, whom they have now left to ply their own oars. Since our last issue Mr Macgregor was sent for by the Governor, and though that heon. gentleman was fairly promised the " cordial support" of Sir James M)cCnlloeh, in the task of forming a Ministry, he was necessitated to abandon the icrk, and' since then the Governor has sent for. Mr 1M cCulloch, who we may reasonqably antici' pate will, in return, command ...
DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, March 30, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 April 1870
DALIAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, March 80, 1870: FAT CATttS-943 head came to hand, one half of them being good useful quality, from Gipps Land, the balance were Northern lots, some of which were much wasted. There was a good attendance of the town trade, also a few country buyers, but the comr petition on the whole was not brisk as was antioit r?perl. tSP? .erinr that the supply was smaller than Crn:!, prises in very fLw inetarcrrs ruling abshove last ., i'.m erlrreiFs .anh,',, hullbocke, from £7 to L8 F ., r. - . £5 10, t, £6 1F.; inferiori £3 10 ; 1i.. ., r...F?l1r to?, I in , ..t ? rime up to£7 irn, c c,.' ,14 to 4 10 i ; irei ir, £2 101 upwards. 1 ,.re sr.!l 225,r e for 1M, : kee, from the '.. rer it hkil. k", at fro. ki- 71 G-1 to£A 171 61, S,,, L5 .; . ar,, r at f 1.3 to L5 12s 64, t' bFiu. 1-1 4s P , A?A 13 :'In k* for the exeoui .. t I:,t' " I Th?ml :,in, Clydebark, at from 1.512 l tio 7 7 i. Fr ' .,ra-- t " , ,noe of which were r.y p ., : -. .c: : r rr ual:-r a...
Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 April 1870
On Friday last, as the thrashing machine belonging to Mr Douglas, of Springfield, was being conveyed to Mr John M'Carthy's farm to perform some work, and when near a sideling on the Deep Creek, the shoe of the engine gave way, and the full weight of the ponderous machine was thrown suddenly forward, smashing the pole, and fortunately releasing from their yokes the bullocks, some of which must otherwise have been crushed to death. The~ngine proceeded at a rapid ce down the i~iine for a distance of about ch t in ontac with ad y we e. sides vere s a e w ? s feared;.ma prove detrim tal to its. use. On Sunday last, the Rev' Heidelberg, in a very energ?ec pealed to the Catholics of Seymour, in Bt Patrick's Cathecial. The people ?w railway terminus aidedan a spirited man. er, which reflects much credit qn t a jority of the people there. . '. On Sunday lastas Mr E..O' *yer, mem. her of the Springfield Road hoard, was rids ing through his paddock he saw two snakes coiled together. Having dis...
DONNYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 April 1870
DONNYBROOK. E soreman, Donnybrook flour mills quotes as follows : Flour, £12 I' per ten Bran, is 4d per bushel Pollard is 64 per bushel il M'OAW and Another report as follows for the week ending Wednesday t-The market for wheat sad Bour has experiTnced an advance since our lhst. At aucl;on to-day we reali.ed £11 7, 6£ for Wan. At fuor i at same ii ne sold wheat from 4s 6i to i -id; that disposed of at the latter figure was not a ,et eisys sample, for such over 5s could be readily obtained. In oats we cannot report much improve. meot. Good feeding samples are irqnuired for at Id over ?lst week's rates, while for prime seed we ottained lOd. Maize is scarcely so firm, best samples odll being barely worth 4 3(d. Cape Barley rules about same as last week, up to 3s 4d for best samp!es. Malting Barley meets with a little betterirquiry, although itmay be said there is scarcely any business doing-quitted a small parcel, medium qosalry, at 4 33, Cheese, of good quality, finds re?oy sa'e. Mtdi...
SEYMOUR ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 April 1870
8EYMOUR ANNUAL RACES. .The following weights have blen declared for the Seymour Randicap-acceptanoes nighM of general entry, 18th April st. lbs,. Mr Cordell's b g Othello, aged ... .. 8 5 Mr t ayeted's b g Taminick, aged.., ... 8 8 Mr Hcrgeted's b g Mosoo, aged... ... 8 1 Mr Harper's hr f out of Greco Darling by the Paemier, Syrs ..... ... 5 11 r Fraser's b m Iona, 5yra,........ 7 0 Mr Kelly's br m Murrundindi, aged ,.. 7 0 Mr P.lrcell a be m Kllineworth, aged... 6 10 Mr Fox's a g Tim Whiffr, aged... ... 6 10 Mr Hyberi'e b g Blly Button, 5yrs ... 6 7 The above races were unavoidably postponed' to 'hursday, the 14th April. Night of general entry, 18th April.
HEATHCOTE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 April 1870
IEATHouI According to the Timcs, the following Pi, for oo]onial produce at featheote:C Flour LI1 to L12 10 per ton, Wheat 4s 6d to 4i 9d per bushel rt oi 10; V3 t 4 1 OaQA 86i to4 (k df Cape t rIey 26 O to 3S 91 do ýplt, 6d 4 do Bran l1 Od do Pollrd 10 Si do otatao~ £5 per teo Hj £3 to £4 do Chaff L5 to £6 do Botter (Eood fre!') le 23 per ]b EgtS 1 per dosen
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 April 1870
IMP? RTANT TO FARMERS. John Fynn and Co. B EG to intimate to the FARMERS of KILMORE and SURROUND ING DISRICTS that they have taken 'D E Ai S MI LL S, (Lately Occnpied by MESSRS DE(;RAVES & CO), and are now prepared to BUY WHEAT in any QUANTITIES. A FIRSTICLASS MILLER has been engaged, and J F. & Co. hope that by Special At tention to GRISTING, which will be done at the Usual Charges, to merit a Share of Custom. UNION FLOUR MILLS, KILMORE. THE Farmers-of the surrounding district and business men of Kilmore are r~espectfully informed that all FLOUR, &c., as produce of Grist sent to the above Mills w Iill be guaranteed superior-also, all Flour, &c., sold. JOSEPH EAGER, Late Miller for Degraves and Co. P.S.-Wheat Bought at Full Market Value, and all Gristing lots done separately -and productively. Seymour Steam Flour Mills. -o 3EG to inform the Farmers of the Surrounding Neighborihood that they are nrepar BUY WHEAT in any Quantities at the Highest Current...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 April 1870
wti hou:RE oe have been apointed agent -`!rI, west, Melbourne, hao PP tilhi? Jornal onted agent Mr IOGh, Ballarat, bas been appointed agent this jouronl. LO . DO A.ENCY. b3 may e read gratuitously in Lon S.:nn ' " ra Rooms of Measre GoORDON and Son, 1 th lb orill, where advertisements and oc1, 11 c ,m0 are receivrd, .'iubierip one or hrn a re rir'd, THlE KOORILAOR FREE PRESS. .': pUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. E terms or alertiilg in the Kilmore F?ee S rel are as under : TWO SHILLINGS AND 8IXPENCE PER INCH. Ai reduclion of ten per cent will be made for gdvertiltaents ordered for on ontb; twenty per ibnt for two months; and thirty-three per cent for 'reo montbh ;-byond which time a special arrange* , er t will be made. Thi terms of adbscription to the KilmoreFree Press trill be 6a 63 per quarter in town, and 7e 6d if posted the ctuntry., .>: ho Quarters for sobesription to the Free Presa ill commence on the 23rd larch, 23rd June, 23rd September, and 23...
TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 April 1870
TO CORRESPONDENTS To emns·e the serren of communications it is ab.olutel, necessary Iia al fth. should.be eocnieed in noderate language, and wrilten in the form of let All ,ommunications intended for insertio . must h authenticafWd by the name and address of the writer not neee.sarily for publication but as a guaanteee of good faith.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 April 1870
OOMMERCIAl : IT LE'TLL- $ ' KILMOR1] George Hadeon qunntee: Oats, Colonials as (d to Ss O9 per bd'.ra Bran, Is 3d per bushel - Pollard, sl 6d per busbel Hay, new LS9..r ton Obaff, 49 per cwt Potatoer, 4s 6d to 6a per ewt LANO FIOE' D. £ -°D The Chroniole reports as foailows Wheat 5s 6d to 64 6d per bushel Flour L15 p~er tnn Pollard Is 9d to 2s per bushel Bran is 6d do
BYLANDS AND GLENBURNIE DISTRICT. Monday, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 April 1870
BYLANDS AY D L) EN 'ti t PNTI 1 i I)ISTRICT. ----o--- / Mord.iv, April 4. -o Present :- The Ch:,rmnn, eMAirs Maloney, M'Kny, MManna. Hs,,T and Soraghan. The minutes of the prevwis uP?tin' i read and confirmed The Chairman moved, and Mir ' seconded; that the Board crademua n. tion cf the Clerk, for inserting be resigned instead of disqurai;fid. '? 6I of the disqualification of Mr M'n?.rl, patrick. "id Mr Bourke moved as an n-enlmen! the Board take no action in the R Seconded by Mr M'Kay, and carrPd Tenders were received for rep.ir t from Kilmore to~ Broadford, .~bn i: Creek. Miehpel Donoran......... 2"7 in r1 James ]) vern ........... 20 8 f:.:. Repairs to road near Mdapie anid St: £ sN', James Davern ............42 2 On the motion of Mr Maloney see by Mr Turner, none of the tenders wer: Z cepted; Mc r M'Kay moved that Messrs M?e?-!' Arkell, and M'Kay, inspect the workl Mr Maloney moved that the engin ý': instructed to appoint two men to repaia portion of the road complaiied of, tb n...
KILMORE POLICE COURT. Thursday, March 31. (Before Mr Akehurst, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 April 1870
KILMORE POLICE COURT. 0-o Thursday, March 31. (Before Mr Akehurst, P,M.) John Nelson, police constable,: charged William Cummins for assault. Cautioned. Same v same, for assaulting police in the execution of duty; fined £5 Thomas Mahon v same, for assaulting police in execution of duty; fined £3 John Nelson v same, for wilful injury to property, value £5 6s, and 10s, value of a bucket; ordered to pay £4 to Constable Nelson, and 10s to Government for injury to bucket. The fines were paid in each of the cases
THE EXECUTION OF TPOPMANN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 April 1870
'IIE EXECUTION OF TPOPMANN. -4-~- From Le Journal des Debats, Jan, 19. Tropmann was executed this morning as the clock of La Roquette was striking seven. He probably had no longer any doubt as to the fate which awaited hin, for for two nights he had laid down on his bed with all his clottes on, as if he wished to be ready for the supreme moment, . . When they entered the cell hbe was standing up. On seeing the persons whose presence indicated that his moment was come, he turned very red, and the veins of his neck swelled visibly. . . ~ I, Claude announced to him that his application for an appeal and his petition for pardon had not been,admitted, and con' jured him, at that solemn moment, to.tell the truth as to the crime he had committed. Tropmann replied, with a sort of impatience, "I have told the truth." Then he repeated twice, "I did not strike-1 did not strike." They spoke to him of the imaginary accom plices he had invented to mislead justice and gain time, and urged him to n...