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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Saturday, July 2. (Before G Hudson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
KILMORE POLICE COUIT. Saturday, July .2, (Before G Hudson, Esq., JP,) John Gibsodii, alias Dickeon, alias Alex. andar Gibsorn, opi a chbarge of stealing choie and buggy; was rem?ndea to Melbourne at the request of the police.- --
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
T~e ?i" h= ITALy; t?dlhatg hga returned to Florence in restored iprtcially itude prevails throughout the country, Leealha?s aples inurop ave dispersed armed inourgente 6o.ar en ahsel Council progressee Slowly. One lthera hat e otbacribed theirna 4thop e getio definition of Papa , e ci on commenced on the Sorae, position of the apa . 1 Sonap.? e . pa?y is almost bbdor Ngy hab been t e 1nglisn am.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
S P E C I A L N 0 T'.I C -E CIIAP SALE OF DRAPERY, MILLINERY and CLOTHING, BOOTS nud 8HOES, &C. To Cuntinue until the 31st July; See Handbills. , T. J. GEOGHEGAN, Commercial House, Sydney street, Kilmore. NOTICE. I BEG to inform the Inhabitants of Kilmore anrd thp !urr, u?rine district, that I have' COM' 1IENCRD BU INES? in the new township at Mr 1-I .ney's. Horse Shaoeng and general work done. 1rnys and Spring Carts made to order at the lowest p icer. JOHN RATTIGAN. TO LET, ? ENAI HOU.SE, and 18 anr s of LAND, nea RKilmnre. Apply to THOMAS MEADE Plicitnr. Sydney street June 11 ih, 1870
Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
PUBLInIED TIHURSDAY MORNING. THIURSDAY, JULY 7, 1870. TirE. Bill for the Abolition of State Aid to lieligion, passed its second reading in the L, gislative Council on Tuesday evening, the 1 iumbers voting being 18 against 7, though mi::ny sound arguments were advanced .:,inst the passing of the measure by the lou John O'Sha'iassy, It is evident, how ever, that the colony is now prepared to do away with the old notions that religion can not stand without assistance from the state, .nd in this matter a little progressive wisdom i' ,lready being shouin. However desirable it may hIve been in the early days of the te1 ,nvy to render that sort of assistance to the march of religion and civilization that would now be rendered to any new industry th it may spring up, by which the country ?~lou,1 eventually derive a benefit, we are uIri: (Ives inclined to the belief that states :t1 h is already beencarried to an extent sufr fi ilent to warrant us in hazarding an opinion th:at each religion c...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
TO CORRESPONDENTS. To ensure the nsert)n of communications it is absolute!q necessary that they should be couched in moderate language, and written i, the form of le ters. i . ommunliationa intended for insertion must be althenticaftsl by the name and address of the worter n,.t necessarily for publication but as a guarnteee of qood faith. " N?o," Broadfordr,--When we make room for voetrc in our columns, the lines must contain evidence of snme ability.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
ALEXANDRA:-Impounded at Alexandra bay entire colt, star, no visible brand If not claimed, &o, to be sold in 27th July A ARMSTRONG, Poundkeeper BENALLA.-Impounded at Benal!a black horse, star, like ( over blotoh and fj near shoulder It not claimed, &o, to be sold on 27th July J WATTS, Poundkeeper BROADMEADOWS,-Impounded at Broad meadows white cow, no brands, red spots about nook and body red about head, neck, and ears If not claimed, &o, to be so'd on 27th July W H hILL, Poundkeeper GISBORNE.-lmpounded at Gisborne dark b3y or brown horse, like 4 off shoulder, scars behind ear and on neck, three shoes on, look of mane plaited If not claimed, &a, to be sold on 27th July . HR DIXON, Poundkeeper. HEATHCOBE,-Impounded at Heathoote black cob horse, off fore coronet and near hind fetlock white, aput on twice near shoulder black horne, star, near hind fptlook white, 7 near Ishoulder :' black filly, grey stripe, no visible brands, very wild : brown horse, star,...
SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
SANDHURST. Mesnrs L. MAOPHaBson amD Co. report: Saturday, 2nd July.-Large supplies forward, sales as follows-Prints, 14d to 19d ; small parcels up to 203 per lb. lump, 144. Potted, 8d to 10 ', dull. Cheese, top price, 10d per lb; inferior dull. Bacon, 9d to lid per lb; bams, Is. Potatoes and carrotsi £4 per ton.
CONTINENTAL. FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
CONTINENTAL. FRANCE. A plot 0gein't theEmperor's life as dicovred On2511 A .l a .e Was discovered '0"0fro . Lar, eems to have been hatching for ate ils ha ge? Zures of revolvers and explosive tlan efecte, y beeumade, and numerous arrests have esan , ee tho execution of the plot was fixed 'st* t a, JBourie, a soldier and deserter 71firt Orreated wh_ culI "t er warefo en d reoler and some suspici P1 to thed upon him. . e was to present Pkr~ion to The Emperor) 111d seize the to hoot hin ?he, Lhbjeot of the opportunito procm rubi O onsprato was tty O1p p ubitco , and destroy the Tuilleries. The ion of th' pers treat the coonlirac as n inven loneoae Piliic, whih had been succe,ssful in ad. L illion to the irmative votes in the pe. The Emperor has bee erI7q European ,ove iC'natulltd on his esoap
THE REIGN OF FASHION AT WASHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
THE REIGN OF PASHION AT WASH. INGTON, [From the New York Herald ] It is a curious fact that the unpretending Galena tanner, the rough looking Missouri wood hauler, the pldin, Rossuth hatted sun. burnt, cigar smoking subjugator of five hunt dred thousand men in battle array, should turn out the pink of perfection as the leader of the gay world at Washington. But so it uas. It was said at Long Branch last sum mer that an afternoon ride of forty miles or so behind a pair of spanking bays and A good cigar %.as the General's highest enjoyment of all the good things of this wicked world. But at Washington, in the offcial atmos phere of feminine grace, youth and beauty, he has ceased to he the country stuire and hat; become town gentleman. .And Mrs Grant, too, in her quiet way, while trans, formed from the plain Western Methodist in her costume to the rustling robes of queen of our republican court, still maintaius her natural ami'ibility and simplicity. In her " black velvet, with satin l...
AMENITIES OF EDITORIAL LIFE IN THE FAR WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
AMENITI'ES OF EDiL'?ltd?L ItFE IN TILE FAR WEST, There are many who have got into wild places in America who would be glad to get outin almost any way; failing in this, they write and publish grand accounts of their surroundiags, so as to divide their joys and sorrows with all who come. Fancy yourself, says the correspondent of an English paper, over in this country, and making headway in your vocation among bullets and bowie' knives, such as gentlemen of the press have to encounter, and you might begin to feel that though you have a good tuzzle about the end of the week, it is perfect luxury when compared with the work of a vigorous dalily issue such as hinted at in the following extract: 1 was told by the physician that a South emr climate would improve my health, and so 1 went down to Tennessee, and got a berth on the ' Morning Glory and Johnson County War Whoop,' as associate editor. When I went on duty. I found the chief editor sitting tilted back in a threeilegged chair, with ...
INTERCOLONIAL BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
INTEBOOLONIAL BANQU1T.--Th 1t"" delegates were entertai:ed on Friday aig hl quet at the Critorion hzotel, collins stree t. ocedpied the chair. There were pre1ant l' Mr Juetice .solesworth, the hoens the Oehis ohe 'freasdrer, and the Oommisicner of C1 hon John O'Shannauesy the hpn W Jendin Australia; Messrs Duffy, Langtoo, Lorimoer, Fraser, Bayles, asey, M'Bain, and represents the most leading commercial firms in the toasts gave the various speakers an opP r putting forth their particular views on be the commercial policy of these colonies, s delegates from New South Wales spoke veq in favor of free trade. The utterances o!f mrn who represent the governments of ae colonies, but scarcely, it nay be said, the e that form them, must be taken CUbn graon the matter of free trade, for at the prelent agitation is on foot in South Australia to stringent duties than exist here, and there if o judging fromn te tone of the intercoloniJl P7 there is a strlog feeling in all the coloaq ' a revised...
RESIGNATION OF THE HON M A DONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
RESIGNATION OF TrIE 110' M1 A DONNILL. -4--- The event so long prognosticated has at bhli: to pass, and the Ikte AttorneplGeneral ofilJ pherson Administr ation has retired into prl A characteristic address to the cleitors of T and Heyteauury appears in the columnn Warnambool Bxamintr. O:'mmenting o dress, ti at journal writes as follows :--Te t A Mlaodonnell has resigned his seat in the hi for Villiers and Heyteebury, and an ad Ire, ? constituo ts, placing his resignation in thn w'll be found in another column. We regrett that this step has b en taken in cons qu ncea?-: what embarrassed circumsarceas. Altholt Macdonnell held office as At orney-General diffdrent Governmenre, it use not his fortutn member of a Ministry for any length of tic was a favorite in the House, where bhe cqO character of adhering hono'ably to his polif victions, and of blaring himself courteously l occasions towards those who held opposilf As a local representative, there have been ergetio members, but Mr Macd...
GENERAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
GENERAL SUMMA Y. The msngeira of the Central Qaeeneland Meat SCompanY siled in the Verona. The p" ringy they have purchased is to follow in the ar Queen. of the recent circular of the Colonial Thc text .n stion is published. fhe title of the Nationnl Emigration League has bee hanged to the National and Colonial Emigra tion Leage. Its scoP ia enlarged to include the teooLac?a f a policy in favor of retaining the colonies o enrlos otlw of emigrants to Canada and the Coiled Stas still subsists i The 18th R giment is to remain in Australi till An, He. ito Girt is appointed Conservative election agent, in place of Mr Spofforth. The Brindisi reu'e is likely to be forced on the G0rerament, ae three days are gained occasionally by it over the marseilles route The Quren end Court left Osborne for Windsor on the ith instant, and, alter remaining 12 days, left on the 12' for Scotland. Prince Leopold hus been indisposed again. lar Majesty held a drawing-room on the 10th inrt, and a state concer...
METHODICAL MADNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
METHODICAL MADNESS. We recently gave particulars of the suieide of a Mr Patrick Dunlea, at Gray town. At the inquest a documentk was produced which the deceased had written just prior to the commital of the rash act, wherein he very logically endeavours to prove his insanity: -" The writer of this paper having only a few hours to live, desires to place on record the true result of the unfortunate causes which have led to this fearful end. In the first place he must state that he has for some few years past been more or less of unsound mind., which has increased considerably on Spring Creek; that from this and other causes he has been only partially able to attend to his business; that he is unfortit. nately given to reposing confidence where it is not deserved, and he has been robbed of the whole of his property on Spring Creek, by this means his Spring Creek experiences have been very unfortunate, and money has been lost all the time from various' causes. This so preyed on his mind...
A TERRIBLE SCENE IN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
A TERRIBLE BOENE IN COUlf A frightful oalamity took place on the in the Capitol of Richmond, by which 56t lost, and 100 persons wounded. I o was felt in the decision to be rendersd ale Court of Appeals in the Mayoralty ee o'clock a m a crowd of eager citizens tfll room, on the upper floor of the Capitol b the north side; The room is about 201th judges' bench at one end being conerolt small gallery at the other. At the time of trophe it is estimated that 300 perasons court room. A large number of the legal and membrrs of the press were seated in aoo mediately in front of the bench and tl;egll, opposite end was filled with leading itizensl centre room was thronged by a crowdbo and standing. Suddenly, while awaiting th. of the remai,.in judges, a report as of sgte gun under the fl?or was heard, followed ... ti.. by another similar repcrt, and everybody atst their seats. rhen came a cracklingsound at timbers breaking, and than the floor was h way in the centre of the room. Simnltu every...
FROM REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN EXPRESS. LONDON, May 20 [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
FROM REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN EXPRESS. LONDOx, May 20 On the 2nd May Mr Newdega'e's motion for a committee of inquiry into conventual and monastio irstitutions was discuessed, and it was eventually modified into an inquiry into the property of these institutiorns the bill for legalising marriage with a .deceased wife's sister was passed in the Douse of Com mons, but was thrown out last night in the 'Lords. The Arohbishop of Canterbury is so much better that it is reported he will soon resume his public duties. It has been decided to confer Royal attributes upon the Regent of Spain, eerrano. In Lisbon, yesterday morning, by a concerted military movement against the Ministry, a large body of troops, with Marehal 3aldanha at their head, went armed to the palace, whore the Government had placed a number of troops and artillery, anticipating some trouble of this kind. Several men were killed, but the troops afterwards fraternised together; Sall danha has been entrusted with the formation of a...
BOROUGH OF KILMORE. Monday, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 7 July 1870
BOROUGH OF KILMIORE. -4-- Monday, July 4. P-esent.-The Mayor and 0 as bowling, Hckhey, O'Connor, Sugden, Reilly, and Lyeter, 3MINUTES, The minutes of the previous ni cetin read and confirmed. CORR.EPONDENCE. Correspondence as foll)ws was then read and dealt with : 1 F om Central Board of Health, asking the Local Board of Health to forward its report on sec 27 of the Act 310 ? Received, and the Inspector ot Nuisances was ordered tomake out the report 2 From Chief Secretary's office, acknowledgino rec.ipt of letter, and stating that it had been referred t") the Minister of Lands Received. 3 From Sands and M Dougall, forwarding a copy of a work entiled '' " Guide to Petty Sessions," and asking if the Council would give, an order-for any more. After some humourone remarks by several Coun cillors es to the use of such a work, it was decided to retain the copy forwarded 4 F.om Roads and Bridges offi!e, directing the attention of the Council to the clause in the statute providing for the d...