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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL LONDON, 25th February. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 April 1870
ARRIVAL THE ENGLISH MAIL (From the Argus Oorrrspondent.) LONDON, 25th February. The Australian January mails were delivered punctually. Since the opening of Parliament the proposals made by private members have been numerous be. yond precedent. Amongst them is the disestablish' ment of the Welsh Ohurchb, ad the appropriation of the funds to education ;. the abolition of the Scotch Church rates;. a Burials Bill1; bills dealing with church patronage ;.insurance companies; amend ment of the game laws; electoral disabilities of women; vote by ballot, on the Australian plan; diplomatio and consular services; repeal of the minority clause; payment of memberse release of bishops attending the House of Lords; repeal of the Par'y Processions Act. Mr. Lowe has brought in bills abolishine the ,Mastership of the Mint and the Registrarship of Friendly Societies; another providing for. the quarterly payments of dividends on the nitional debt, and the conversion of new Threes and Reduced Threes in...
INDIA AND THE EAST BOMBAY. March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 April 1870
INDIA AND THE EAST. BOMIBAY. BOMBAY. March 17. The Urd Sea cable has been laid, completing the submarine communication betweet Bombay and LThe Duke of Edinburgh visited Lahore, Ielhi, and Simla: le was present and assisted the Earl of MIao at the inauguration of the last portion cf the Great Indian Peninsula Railway, completing the line from Bombay to Calcutta. The D.ke arrived at Bombay on the 11th, He met with a grand recep tion at the Liverpool of the East, Some small war steamers have been sent to the Persian Gulf to keep order in that disturbed region. The Fkrench are endeavouring to secure tie port of Synn Bunda as a oealing station and depot in the Red Sea. The Prussians also seek to obtain a station on the Arabian coast. The proposed reductions in the Indian army will effect an annual saving of £400,000. It is reported that a virulent plague has broken out at Zan Bidars (Zinibar ?) A revolt has taken place amongst the Sepoy troops in the Portuguese service at Gas, caused by ...
HEATHCOTE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 April 1870
dIE THCOTE 26. Accordig to the Times, tio following priaes rul for aol ,ital produc, at. H1att?otre : Flour L12 to L12 104 per tan Wheat 4s 6d to 41 9; per bushel Oats 3s 6P to 4e do Cape t arley 23 61 to 3S 9d do Maize 7a do Brau le Od lo Pollard 1s 3 1 do Potatoes £5 per ton Hay £3 to £4 do Chaff L5 to £6 do Butter (good freoh) l1 2d per lb Eggs Is Der dozen
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 April 1870
IMPORTANT TO FARMERS. John Fynn and Co. EG to intimate to the FARMERS: of KILMORE and SURROUND ING DISRICTS that they have taken o' D E A S s MI L L LS "litely Occupied by MESSRS DEGRAVES & CO), and arC 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 Custdin. UNION FLOUR MILLS KILMORE. THE. Farmers of the surrounding district and business men of Kilmore are !espeetfully informed that all FLOUR, &c., as produce of Grist sent to the above Mills -will 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. -0- JEG to inform the Farmers of the Surrounding Neighborhood that they are vrepar BUY WHEAT in any Quantities at the Highest Current...
Local. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 April 1870
A man named William Davis was brought up at the Kilmore Police Court on Tuesday on a charge of wilful murder, and discharged, there being no evidence brought forward against him The man had been arrested at Romsey, he having given information of having found a skeleton at Yea, and he volunteered to accompany the police to the place It was thought advisable to place the man under arrest; and the Police Magis, trate, in view of there being no evidence brought against the man, refused to remand him After Davis was discharged he exi oressed his willingness to show the-police the place where he alleged the skeleton was to be found. A tea meeting to liquidate the debt on the teacher's dwelling was held in the Talla rook Flat schoolroom on Wednesday evening. There was a good attendance, and an excel. lent spread, provided. by Mrs Porter, Mrs J. Callan, Mrs D. Callan, Mrs Freeman, and Mrs Sutton At the meeting afterwards Mr Carnie was voted to the chair. Adaresses bearing on education were ...
Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 April 1870
PuTLISHED THUSDAvY MroRNING. -- - _ 1 THURSDAY, APRIL 1-1, 1870 . ames McCulloch has succeeded in the , of frming an Administration, ana oing from the general tenor of opinions ,essed, it is a strong one. However, in '- opinion, if there were no other objection. ,' person in the Ministry, there is one at " whose presence must cause it to be :..d upon with suspicion, and that one is chief of the late Ministry. In him we , :e a fatal stumbling'block, and one that necessarily weaken the Ministerial . ion, inasmuch as that he must positively S. ecrated by some of those with whom he , d lately, but whom he so treacherously .. tiilst his present colleagues aware of S.cent exploit, cannot place that implicit ;H'mdn him so essential to the harmo,. ..' Hcuse whi?e body. That section in . -its support to Mr onths back, he was so instra ?gfront offce. We belive that, Macpherson as Chief Secretary must nproved eir positions, and the act of cannot fail to impress almost_ feel considerable hagrin...
ROMSEY—2ND INNINGS [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 April 1870
RoMsBY-ZND INNINGS Hall, not ut ... .,,.. ,.. , 3 Edney, run out, Kerr ... ... 1 Sor.tt, b Sugden ... ... ... 5 N eal, ... ... ... ... ... 2 After the match, the cricketers and their friends adjourned to Smith's, Oddfellows Hotel, where a sumptuous dinner was proe vided: The usual stereotyped after-dinner proceedings, were indulged in.
KILMORE—2ND INNINGS [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 April 1870
XEuILO ?--2ND INNINGS Lyster, b Edney ..... ... 3 Pitman b Edney ....... 15 T Hunt, b Edney ... ... ... 4 Cutland, a and b Edney .. ... 6 A Sugden, b Edney.. ... ... 0 H Sugden, o Scottb Prentice.,, 0 Kerr, b Prentice ...... ... 1 Foster, b Prentice ......... 4 Freer, ... ... ... ... 0 Lawrie, b Edney ... ...... 1 Key, b Edney, ......... 0 Byes ... ... ... 8 Total... ... ... 40
TEA MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 April 1870
TEA MEETING. The annual tea meeting in connection with St el Georges Presbyterian congregation was held in the di o'iuroh on Friday evening last. Considering the threatening aspect of the weather, the attendance was in very good. Tea was on the tables at six o'clock, and ta after a blessing nad been invoked, was handed round be to the visitors as they sat in the pews. Amongst the al ladies who presided at the tables we observed Mess dames Beveridge, Kinnear, Hudson, McKenzie, N Taylor, Heath, and Crowther, while Misses Turnbull, at Hamilton, Taylor, and McKay ware indefatigable in : supplying everybody. After the company had freely partaken of cake, fruit, &o,, the tables were cleared, and the Rev D. si Meiklejohn, minister of the congregation, took the ' chair, The chairman, having made some preliminary remarks, observed that he had been requested by the al ladies of the congregation to present Mr John Taylor n with a valuable gold watch, in acknowledgement of of his servic...
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. LONDON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 April 1870
LATEsT ~SPECIAL TELEGRAM. he Duke ~LONDoN, March 16. Ethe Duke of Richmond has accepted the leader lordif the Oonlervative party in the House of 9O the debate on the queetion of state support to emmigration, Mr Torrens proposed the appropriation of two millions for the purpose. Mr Gladstoue op posed the motion, which was negatived by a majority of 105. Earl Granville, in replying to Lord Carnarvon, in the course of a discussion on New Zealand affairs, enforced the departure of the 18th Regiment. The officers and men are to be permitted to enter the colonial services. Honors have been conferred upon Colonel Whitmore, Mr APLean and the friendly chiefs. The Australian squadron is to be reinforoed by another ship for the purpose of watching the pro, ceedings of the vessels engaged in the Coolie trade, The Noneomformists propose amendments in the Education Bill. The Pope has placed before the (Eumenical Council a scheme for defining the dogma of Papel infallibility. France sends a repres...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. LONDON, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 April 1870
LATEST TELEGRAIMS. LONIJON, March 10. Yrr Diiredli anrd Mr Prieht hr: recrovered Mr ,.rcn has been returr ' r Tipperary ; Mr B r!,nl 0A:crne, f,:r Weatrf d: Mlr Herherr, for .NoFi:?c! err; Sir John L.,bb ,koh, for \hjidetone Eie i. n ridte l?one toak i. *'m.e ,,t Waterford Iheo ehreholdero of thte Albrt Iosurance Coomany Ert, sece'ed a phut for the r?h'onst actimn of the eoii?n?r; t proep 'ets 1 e e 1' , sued A deb to has ten 11 rr e in Ih. irrreh Legiol ature re,-ecitir; the t lielO candir ,?ure4e,. 1. Olivier reitertedt he intet;ion of I reve-.-ine strict reutrality, ?dl tdenCouncid the err r, of t e past system Tihe C'ebamere !upportd his vis O In the r:rhete on 'he horre eolher V. Ju'e, Favre ate.rked the Mlinistry, and adroceatd a niisolution Count Dair virdicated the G,ierr?r:sert A vote of crrnfiden?e in the iliiotry was pe d hy 230 votes against 18 Lord TSpi'r, of Mlagdala, in examination before the committte on the Abjsinirn war, said that no .pprcximate calculation of the ...
ROMSEY—1ST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 April 1870
ROMSEY-18 ST INNINGS, Parnell. h Su.den sen ,n ....., 13 a-ll, b CO'rn d ......, 0 Ponlton, o PullQn d b Sugden ten 9 Tarrimon, a Outland ...... 4 F,·Tphey, le?. w?ket b S~ogen sen 3 Jiney, SugRdn s-n . ... O Prert:?e, b PitrrRn .... ..... 1 A Ed e', not cut ........... 7 Pcotf, V Pitman ... ......... 0 Neal, b Pitman ... ... ..... 0 Brotherton, b Kerr ..... ... 2 Bves ...... ... 10 Leg B ea ... ... ... 4 Wide Balls ... ...... 56 Total ... ... ... 68
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 April 1870
~3 GORDON & GOTC. or Collins etes TtMe bare been appoanted agent ?a, elbou.e, has been appointed agent i O00, llrat, "" " LONDON AGENCY. B - F 0art s be read gratuitously in-?ono i ?BgE O fX - 1 .of M- essrS GoBDOa'nnd pat the N Bm e o advertisement and p v 121 Holborn ill, whereedertuamemtn and otnfor :fl:0"' for t3m sl e ir ' i Y±LIORE FRE PRESS. PUBLISHED ' E VERY ThURSDAY MORNING. SYDNEF STREET, KIMOBE. rmr aa vatuing in the filmnor Freea , f. f Fri are s uader: SlILLLNGS AND 8I$PENCE PER Scuction of ten pe cent will be made for e` "ants u.dered for one month; twenty per So noth,; and thity-three per cent for Smth :-beyond which time a special arrange `Will be made. ?m t?mdr efubscription to the. gil6oradiee Pre bi o? 6d per quarter in town, and 7' 6d if posted Scuntryo Sar .ter, for subeeription to the fRea. Press I comence on the 23rd March, 23rd June, 23rd wber, and 23rd December. Peronst cannot ware their names from the roll of Snbeoribers t`' apying ep to the end of...
TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 April 1870
TO CORRESPONDENTS To ensure the insercvn of communications it is ab'olutely necessary that they should be couched in moderate language, and wtritten in the form of let ters. d1ll ommunications intended for insertio Z munst authenticated by the name and address of the writer n,,t neeessarily for publication but as a guaanteee oJgood faith [To the Editor of the Free Press.] -o Szm,-Allow me to correct a par: of your report of the Bylands and Glenburnie Road Board of the 4th instant. At that meeting it was proposed by the Chairman, and seconded by Mr McManus, that this Board condemns the action of the Clerk for inserting the words Mr Michael Fitzpatrick resigned, instead of Mr Michael Fitzpatrick disqualified, in the Elec tion Notice for the Central ( ivision of the above Board, Mr Bourke moved an ameLdment that this Board take no action in the matter, Seconded by Mr M'Kay. Now air you make it appear the amend ment was carried, when only the proposer and seci onder voted for it, the fo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 April 1870
ki h GISBORNE.-lmpounded at Gieborne [, bay mare, black points, addle marked, star, small e sripe and snip, soar on wither, like 0 or GP near shoulder t If not claimed, &o, to be sold on 'Sh May 4 H R DIXON, Poundkeepor. Lr HEATHCOTE.-Impounded at H athoote brown draught horse, collar marked, stripe, hind feet white like ar near shoulder bay mare, no visible brand, shod brown mare, small str, like HRO near cioulder, 3 IP near cheek, L off shoulder A ohesnut more, star and stripe, out on nose, R near shoulder, Pr off shoulder a bay horse, star, near bind fetlock white, under lip 1e cut, like J9 near shoulder, P off shoulder at Id If not claimed, -&c, to be sold on 27th April SJ HAMILTON, Poundkeeper t LANOEFIeLD.-Impounded at Lancefield o brown horse, white stripe down forehead, shod, off hind fetlock white, saddle marked, crown above ASM off shoulder, the crown blotched, 8near shoulder, crown off cheek e If not claimed, &-, to be sold on 4th May A MADIGAN, Po...
CRICKET MATCH [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 14 April 1870
CRICKET MATCH On Saturday last the return match between Kilmore and Romsey Cricket Clubs, was played on the ground of the latter. The ground was in pretty good order, though several showers that lescended during the match made the players rather uncomfortL able. Messrs Lyster and Scott captained the Kilmore and Romsey teams respectively, and the onerous and unthankful duties of umpires were performed by Messrs Wragge and Key, the former acting for Romsey, and the latter for the Kilmore players. The toss having been won by the captain of the Romt sey team, he sent his opponents to the wickets: In the first innings the Kilmore team secured only the small score of 38, the bowling of Edney doing great execution with their stumps. The Romsey team got a score of 68 in their first innings, and the second innings of the Kilmore was only more suet cessful than the first, a score of 40 having been made, making a total in both innings of 78: There were only two wickets down in the Romsev secon...