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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 September 1865
AGENTS FOR THE "f FREE PRESS6." ;asR3 GORDON & GOTCH, of Cdliri etreet . we , M?eibOZure, hateeteen appointed Agents yr F.C. JAREET, Hall of Commerce, MEL. j0I[NE, is asip:ited Agent for this journaL jr MARONEY, Teacher, Byland., haE been p to Aikrt f r this Joarnllin that district !"? L? &KILLY, StorTet persDARLING "Oi, E: River, Lave been ppointed agents inthat itr far t`i JotIVIL T KILB IORE iltE PUSS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING U S1DNXr STaIETr, lILdZO1. tlEr s for anrdrtir g is the llmere 1ee Srra area under : 'WO SHILLINGS AND EIrXENNS PFR INCH. A rdeticn if ten per cent ai.l be made for s;~etirmetr ordered for one o.n:th twenty per ectfcr twomonth!; and thirty-three per cent for thre nctts :-beyond which time a special arrange etg il be =de. The tr--s of subscription to the KumorFree Pr es vr te 6s 6d per quarter in town, and 7s 6d if posted tha sauntry. SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR, tar ellD's Hctel, hilmore, for four years Besident gerpon to the County...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 September 1865
COMMIEBCIAL INTELLIGENCE. EILM 03E. Mtr. i~fi-'t, tracre Fic'ur Y- i2, q-.1 ts: Fl.3nr j?41 r tol, Bryn £S 1551 r-e t)r. cr per bu'hel PofeIle' F2 yr 1CCih Foul' fol. pr ba he' Mr. G.crge Hu,1oo q-tere : Oat', C -1r iii, 4.91 to fs 03l per btklel Bra,2- 31 pIrhL'.i-c P~isrd, 2° Fat per btebel P.t:.t~e, Is t) LO p-r t11. lTe, 7eOi 0 ert ct Ozetf, 7. pur cat. IIEaLTccTLm-Fromf the t Ivor Tires we quote tlb fvlow n= pr-ce : Fhuar, b-rt, r'3 per On Whait, 9- 0.3 to 9. 6d per busdli Pc!1ad. L. 3d per brsbel Beer, I S1 pr bap) al taste, 4. 6d per b:,1 el Pifife seec oat,, 5, ed per bua el Hay P7 10± rer tun Potatoes, £t0 per oln ~tcrc..-TT e follow i.r1 are the orieea now mhli g ae qoobeo bE tie Kirrtnn Gwardiois: Flour, £31 to £2l 10. per ton Wicat, Se o-r 'Obohel O.tts 3 to 3' Si per Lbuhel Bu-r'n..-From the ]3endiro LadepeeesSt we sr-' i t ; :'oeirg wolee~llk prices turreut: Four Adrlaide, £27 per ton - Cctnil, £4 £ , Cbiiian £23 BRan, 2. per hbc1el Oats, coiolid, 4. 91 per bushel CLtz...
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. LONDON, AUG. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 September 1865
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. -4--c-- LosmoY, Ace. 3. Money dear. One hundred and twenty thousand bales of wool have arrived. The laying of the Atlantic cable proceeds successfully. Eleven hundred miles have been paid out. Davis's trial has been deferred. Financial and Negro troubles increase. Agitation in Prussia on political ques tions is gaining ground. Constance Kent's sentence has been com muted to penal servitude for life. Dr. Pritchard has been executed for the murder of his wife and mother-in-law. He made a full confession of his guilt. Colenso returns to Natal. He has pub lished three fresh reviews on the Pentasiuch and Book of Joshua. The Rev. Mr. M'Shane has been elected president ofthe Wesleyan Association. Disease amongst cattle in London is spreading. Some cases of cholera has broken out. AUG. 8. The Atlantic cable has broken 1,200 miles from Valencia. Auc. 10. The Queen has embarked for Germany. Another diplomatic rupture between Aus tria and Prussia regarding the Duchies...
SHORT APOLOGUES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 September 1865
SHIORT APOLOGUES. (mo0s Till CIIALDEU.) THE T~'s i 31.: AND TH?L SLTEPFT.-- ? wise man ne ( - :,i the serplent, "Of what c'fLQ'- it t !:." to ,!nrive men oflife? f h :.. : :: :i'.u',r hic rv ; t l t1:7 ',:. tim -, wlr, .l:c,.;:'t : t:, '; is"n. into their rein. ith:o:,t c:,i: : nv t!enl:it frcu hecir "et , .eth cr :·I etio otf de trov ing." Why:':,t tou (t'i question-"" rejoined th r: . " rather the l derer mor:g:t t'.ia- own rlce n h' t I C.:sure he tiin. in I.non i!: u:. dc:Ath thlcre w-ho i Lave revCr injr:: :i.1 " I T"za Voat . Ti. Irs.--Th 3.~cr: and the el one c(.. t' a Li-tu : the 1l1 despised the wo::, -. i ai.( , "All ithe rart is mr free herilte ; I .ater the l:ce 1. king, rest on ti,:-:r a? nd eat at their talles. I fly ,wtherover I choose, and feed ca the amot dainty sweets, whilut thou, c-rwlin; and abject, canmt not rise one inch froa the ground." '-I cannot fly it is true," replied the wora, "and yet I am evecry where ; in earth, ii w:ter, in the bodies of toth men an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 September 1865
ADVERTISEMTENTS. TENDERS. TENDER3 will be received ct this hotel up to the 31.t inet. for the driving of a eixty feet tunnel in the "Albert Gold Minirg Company's ground" Reedy Creel The lowest tender or any not ncessarily accented. JAMES LO1illON. Red Lion Hotel, Kelmore, 1lt: September, 1865. £1 REWARD. STRAYED fron West Sprin.fielt Farmers' Com 7 moan two hei.ers, one writ:, etrst h.rne, strawberry head and back brai-ded M1 C milking rump. Oae brown Lcifer, supposed to be *elrcd, M 0 milking rump. Thie above reward wi:l be paid to any person giv. in4 Eu:h informssion as wl1l had to t'e recovery o` the cattle by spplyi> g to Mr. Danie Mr''arstdy, De.p Cre.k, or to the herdama-s of th3 abovaanamod common. WILLIAM KYLE, WHOLESALE. AND RETAIL BUT CHEB, 8Y INEY SIrEET, 1 .M0 E, pTEGS:to inform the pe p f sore and a) teitLb~mhood that he has secon dej to tos ba siness of Msers J.and E. Piummer, and hopts to merin a fa'r amount of psronrgs. Notice. ,HE managers of the Moranding Wilowm...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 September 1865
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The crops in and around Kilmore are now looking very healthy. The severe frost we have had some time ago only served to strengthen them in the root, and to purify the earth from those pernicious reptiles, which, for the last season or two could be seen in swarms passing from paddock to paddock destroying all th; green crops in the neighbourhood. The farmers of this dis trict look forward with pleasure to their having an abundant crop this harvest. The weather is very beautiful. The winter on the whole was the dryest we hive had for some time past. The potatoes are now sowing, in abundance, and the gardeners of the place anticipate their having an exceedingly fruit ful crop this season. The bush on account of the late copious rain is assuming its usual ap pearance of verdure and freshness. Pr.oso Ro.oin 1Boan ELECTION.-The persons nominated to fill the extraordinary vacancies, occasioned by the retirement of Messrs. Bourke, Cooper, and Casey, are Messrs. Bourke J....
LANCEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 September 1865
LANCEFIELD. (FRMO OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Considerable excitement has been occa sined in this usually quiet locality, by the discovery of a quartz reef near the Boundary Flat Creek, about three milesfrom the town ship, from which several most promising spe. cimens have been obtained. All the neces sary arrangements have been made to have the reef fully tested, and it is to be hoped the result will be favourable. " Ihat's a stupid brute of yours, John," said a Scotch minister to his parishioner, the peat dealer, who drove his merchandise from door to door in a small cart drawn by a don. key ; "I never see you but the creature is braying." "Ah, Sir," said the peat dealer, "ye ken the heart warms when friends meet."
ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT THE KILMORE POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 September 1865
ARr!V AL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT THE KILMIOR.E POST-OFFICE. O(a-es I Arriral Decarture lMritAIriv Uitjj at 7.3u CEJapbeD6rlI I Daily at 4 pm, p m. (SuidIses R.mett.-m 1!9p.?D. (Said*ar izeeplt). Let D~aunbracls ] ezpted) tNra u. to 8jn WtpKa aEDj plymfnt olls'. fee-6d ore;a isg-e I~n aaacrbar Wsslrarrru tT}Dai dUNat2s.m. Dn ih.345p.m 7taran. i 3i cnrays esterptef j .:Lj sice .e Vrk~t Town 7.urgycod TBorgword Kir Paro Ara~ectd 1 Tees. Thui, mac' li.o,W4, cud RaFlj erak fit.,at Ipgm. Fri.,at nosh. Weap'a Point l Tu.n., cIa amir %ta We&, end Matloek I d, tt2 am. Frit34.p.m Tnra.T-uo· tne ua , Tura., 4 L rceCL d } Se,Mt3 30 pm. WL.ati4451.i.x. 3re rcumrias bits &O eleerYo dai1 (-uadaj. -z $ctd) at 7rO p2., ard Mr 1ltrf~o'. bz 3 30 pm. Mrst aseera a'. iarued dIly (3a s3 e espte11 Cm 1ou. to 330p..
(TO THE EDITOR OF THE "FREE PRESS.") [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 September 1865
(TO THE EDITOR OE THE "FREE PRESS.") Dear Sir,-It may not be generally known that His Worship, the Mayor, intends fiol lowing in the wake of the Melbourne WITr TINGTOS, Mr. J. T. Smith, by issuing, before the annual election, invitations for a Fancy Dress Ball, which would give quite an im petus to trade those dull times. His Wor ship will also hold a Levee on the same day, which I hope to see well attended. The Court-house would be very suitable to tht occasion, and a glass of wine in an ante room would make it quite agreeable. From your confidential correspondent, LEX.
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. CON DOYLE'S CORNER No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 September 1865
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. CON DOYLE'S CORNER No. 3. Mly Dear Misther Edithur,-For the pri sint, continshgn seems to have died out, strife is no longer visable, and now in calm IT contintu int, I see before me loomin in the d° futur, pleashurs innumirable to occupy the publick mind,!and to cultivate the publick taste, a fetw of which I will hlrin try to en. unirate. First comes a consert, an for the to binifit of those who may ;:ttind it, the latest impurtashuns of rifiued manners and good diportmint have been considiretly sicured. Notwithstanding the grate dimand for Ethi opeans an Infant Proddigys, they will be in tirely ignored, as the inthrodueshun of too much vulgarity would mar the harmony. Some ancient ditties sipposed to have died out a few ginerashuns back, will be rivived, an those who have nivir heard thine will do hell to take this opportunity, for, if they miss it, they may nivir have tue chance. agin. Owin to the high popilarity of some of the 1 singers, it is expectid t...
Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 September 1865
PUBLUsIIED Iure?DAY MORY08IG-. THURSDAY, SEPTE33LJBE 23, 1335. FREQUE V T eetings are being held throughout the colony by persons who to express themselves in favor of the present ministry and in scarcely -one instance have we seen them deal with the real question at issue. In some cases it is endeavoured to show t':e legality of the do. ings of the government in raising the money through the London Chartered Bank, and we think, in this natter, the argu:nets ad. duced are anything but conclusive, except so far as it gratifies a few politieal phle-hunters who want to make themselves figure in the cause that is likely to pay best. Like all people occupying the stronghold, no matter how corrupt their nature or actioas,a certain portion of a community will always be found to pander in their good graces, so it is with the ministry ! In private as well as public life this fact is undeniable-creatures will crawl and crouch, in a manner unbecoming men or christians, to those whom they im ag...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 September 1865
TO THE bDI?t? OF T?E PlBE PRESS. Frn -I ob. ree by last ulomda)'u Arrgu that a. meet!' g in the iuerrests of tie ?rse.ant Mi as1 ry was ,ell at tr Is o a M?ster In E istbeth- ttrert, Jet. hourre, on Sturtsy hlat, at wasic one of the op -keg was no tt'ier t to t the Rev. George MI hi-, , fP.ah an, ]kou Cr on t erot1 ism, and " thin.s in g i.eri,' atdl now it seems lie Is coming forward in a Ise caa aceer as rel giou. adv ar. aid defrnder iof t oe Mt'Cu:,IJ Ministrv. Wi hunt atili a'ihirg to elter into argu'mvsts anent laIe lees i y or lle'.ai.N ut the Curer- at present bein. pusteli ly th" GJi. orrnment f r mnny sob e.pih.ions hivse bse2 given p.n and can, I mus, say tIat I .el a r ]n, Jy ad wa?-uly t at a g nt eman b .lureiig t, the Presoyternan mu* nfstry b u d so tar forget Iim~aef sad tue r spen du, t, hi. h,ly cal i v. a t , rnnro.r 'e. stump antl in ulh it with ,t, lowest of mob orator, lie magil h.re I t- clop trap ,a,.ia a .n u,.e uurrmraneu .e-d Iowlring denanciations ft 'he...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 September 1865
COIEErBCI&L LNTELLIGE CE. f ILJIOBE. Mr. lx1s3:d, V1-eore Flour ill, quotes: 'Fcltr gal p r ton, Brai £ 15 Feer t-'. or2 per buoel Poiaret 12e per VFCih ForL' f.oi 64 p r bu hel Mr. GCorge Hudson quctes: c'at", C.-1-rii,, 4.9.1 to us 01 per bushel B-an, 2. 33 per busnel P.d.rd, *. Ei1 per bushel -P.at"v, L t: LtO per ton. Hel,7s 01 per eat Cts3 7: er cut. 1IIHCOTtL-FrcZ the dlMseor fCu we quote tive ring prrt: Cisb. et, £ " : --e t:n Wi:-at.9.0 0' J rire bushel s :!!xi-i 2- biet RRsn, L 8, 9iet,4- 61ý_ P i. a.P oee, % r"r b he ITsy £7 1... '"' hjO Fot fcr. £ ' per t:o X'vtI 1. - Tie "lfloerina a-e.t'e nricea now ruling a quoced he ltie I;Le'on Geerdian: Ff u;r £:1 to £:1 toe per t L WFh a', S. 01r bt.b e1 Ose* 3- to 3. 83 per bushel 1SIaD!GO.-From the Bendii tvdepesdeat we qnrt= the folloui g whcks'Iae p- cese rrsnt t .our Adelsi.A., £26 per too ~ olt~n~l. &21 n Chbiiar £:3 Br2d, 21 per btc,-el Ostr, c dknisl, 4. 91Fer bMahel tLgff, £3 r et te ifl. 5 i e oer ton P:.t...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 September 1865
NEW ZEALAND. THE RIEBEL NATIVES AT TABA2nirI The Herald, of 24th Augnst, says :-"The rebels, both North and South seem to show signs of activity. By the Sturt, from the White Cliffs, on Thursday, we have intelli gence of the natives having taken possession of the wreck of the Alexandria, or, at all events, keeping up a constant fire from a wooded gully near, which makes it unsafe to visit her; and also, th:.t the natives had ventured to fire volleys at long range into a camp at Clifton. We have no doubt that Captain Messenger will make a good ac count of the Ngatimanapotos if they will give him an opportunity. The Sturt put into the Waitara before the present rough wea ther set in, and Captain Williams, who is the bearer of the above news, eame up thence 1 to this port in his boat. From Wares we 1 hear that the natives in ambush fired at an orderly between that outpost and "Opu rake, and wounded him in the shoulder. He narrowty escaped with his life. A pas senger by the Otago, from ...
DAVIS MANACLED. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 September 1865
DAVIS MANACLED. We find in a Canadian paper, which we have just received, the following extract from the Philadelphia Telegraph; it seems to gloat over the wretched exl ibition of tyranny on the part of the authorities at Wishing. ton towards the unfortunate ex-President Davis.-What magnanimous conduct to. wards a fallen foe! The "scene" at the prison is thus described: "The process, or operation of putting irons on the prisoner, was highly exciting,as related by those who performed the task. Two guards, well armed, were in his cell. It is their duty, and those relieving them, to guard him thus constantly day and night. At a given hour the blacksmith and his as sistant, obedient to orders, entered the great "Cotton King's" apartment. They had with them the manacles. It was announced to to the ex-President of the caved.in Southern Confederacy that they had come to put irons upon him. He looked at the son of Vulcan with all the sternness of his nature, and once proud bearing and unfli...