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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 January 1870

IMPORTANT TO FARMERS. : 4 John Fyn and Co. BEG to intimate to the FARMERS of KILMORE and TSUROJ1hD' ING DISRICTS that they have taken 0' D E A' S M I L L S. (Lately Occupied by MESSRS DEGRAVES & 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, .. KILEMOBRE. THE Farmers of the surrounding district and business men of Kilmore are respectfully informed. that all FLOUR, &c., as produce of Grist sent to the above Mill will be guaranteed superior-also, all Flour, &c., sold. JOSEPH EAGER, Late Miller for Degraves and Co. P.S.-Wheaw Bought at Full Market Value, and all Gristing lots done separately and productively. : OR, SALE. 2,00 Seoond R"nd Dora acks, cheap, at . "--WILLIAM HARTNEESL'8: aomereot House. r MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, ,. I POSITIVELY FOR ONE /NIGHT bQNL...

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DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, January 19, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 January 1870

DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'8 REPORT. Melbourne, January 19, 1869; FAT CArTLE.-1,005 came to hand for the week's supply, of various qualities, ranging from inferior to prime. There was a good attendance of the town trade, and but few country buyers present. The market opened at an advance on last week's curren cies, of from 10a to 15. per head, but again receded toward the close of the sales to about 20s per 100 lbs for best beef. We qeote best bullocks at from £8 15sa to £9 15s; second, £6 15s to £715s; in fe'ior, £4 upwards. We sold174 hand for Mr W R Chapman, Urana; and 146 for Mr J F Jenkins, Naugus, bullocks averaging"£5 Its 3d ; cows, £4 9. 6d, Also, 14 head for Messr. Hope and Soot, Teoo goombie Station, together with some odd lots from near town, at quotations; FAT CALvES -73 head offered, principally good sealers, which sold well, considering the number to hand; best brought from 50s to 60s; scoond, 30. to 40s; inforior, 15s upwards. We sold 18 for Mr Chapman, at from 13s to 2...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 January 1870

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. George Hudeon quotes: Oats, Golonial, 5s Od to 68 Gd per buidl Bran, Is Sd per bushel Pollard, 28 Od per bushel Uay, new L31. r ton Chaff, Scs per cwt Potatoer, 5 to 6s per owt LANOEFIELD. The Chronicle reports as foilows a Wheat 5. 6dto 6s 6d per bushel Flour L15 per tnn Pollard is 9d to 2s per bushel Bran Is 6d do KYNETON. Tuesday, Jan 19. The Guardian reports as follows .Flour £12 to £12 10s Wheat 5s 4d to 5s 6d per busheL Maize, 3s 6d to 3s 7 Bran, 1is Sd to is 6d Pollard, Is 4d Rye grass seed, 6. to 7s do Potatoes, £5 5s to £5 COs per ton HEATHOOTE 2G. According to the Times, the following prices rule for colonial produce at Heatheota F Flour L1V 10 per ton Wheat 7s to 7t 6d per bushel Oats 6e 6d do Cape tarley 4e 6d to 56 do alaise 7s do Bran is 8d do Pollard s18 10d to 2c do Potatoes £6 to £7 per ton Hay £7 to £8 do Chaff L5 to £6 do Butter (good fresh) sle Od per lb Eggs Sd per dozaen BENALLA. Tharsday, 7th*. The Ensign reports the following ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 January 1870

hi VO1IY I O F' APeIC IOAT1O IL*'-.. as B EIL, LICRI4CS., too Pc, tbh. el o Mlai~ag tr att S its '" 1Vlllt 8[ ti;l7 LNLET'iiý, kýýQý¬ oýý:i t'eei ingý hi 2 t U. llzdl i 'b botin of Y'io~nri e.a. hbezebyý wa. Ilº a'rioi t ' A:Weit ifý, u 'i 'pply tthe holder' rl sit ':b Cua 4 o` Pi " 8>ii ,·iu hr t g or oeittfftrtl autbo i g1ukill twi(en,.Bnor iAeeiee, gf I jr a how asituated it 'ufhCr k Vats ooouttkd b, De, me ,rtd orS ,{oi @IOd.flU;t ( ; .'z ".'. I i 1 tltdtbiei:;t fi tti f~r Lft [t EAE ,`yi {{70 EM IL lL" I "[ WEEKgLY<TI1r I ¶PKE CKEAZPSST 'PP '~·i·;(MlrAUSBAi~ A.l .,.d", ·7 ' 7 "I T ^I 8ubwrippoa p poet;4:ýdd ei'quite L dO e olistEue a,'Melhcurne. - a, · ·Offl, BE CalllNcTO L rd t .r . ' SS DE~RG to Inlowith') inbibitkutroPi 2ilworeend & icinity that 1 bl3 1 iveotdmminead brsli=ho i s to saddlr, bsrgr M dadiildIsddtIti Itined' not ddm " Mont on my Oleyeerw vitlo .horses: a. it it sell. known to the peopli of "11mcv iI"aring dthe twH ty LB jeeru that I have p...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. LONDON, DEC 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 January 1870

LATEST. TELEGR&1X8 LOrDON, .DB 0 :21. The French Ministry has resigned. Mon Olivier has been-entrusted with the duty of forming a new one. Lono, DEC 23. At the half yearly meting of.the ?ninin salar and -Oriental - eam. Navigation Comn pany, a dividend of 8 per cent per annum was declared. In the Chamber of Deputies in Parie, 131 members adhered to-'Emille Olivier's' proi gramme, demanding en amelioration of the lav for public safety, a'revision of the "eleo toral law, and the aholition of the idmunity posseaed: by - Government:: Officers from proseontion. The Constitution party will in future possess a working majority. , In America; Preident Grant has delivered., his address to Congress. It -?ommenads: a gradual return to specie: payments, and a rednetion of the'taxation. It also expresses approval of the policy of the'present Finan cial Secretary, recommends that bohdsi fall. ing due be replaced by bondsl bearing only 4~ per cent interest, expresses sympathy -ith the Cuba...

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BY-AND-BYE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 January 1870

Wherever saddened hearts are beatiug, Comes the gently whispered greeting, Hope's sweet voioe is e'er repeating, By and-bye! by-and'bye! ._ . Chase the teardrop, check the sigh, -oy-is coming byandbye. . Rosy ohildhdod' pulse is~bounding; To that magic whisper's sounding, Telling of the joys abounding By.and-bye, by-and-bye,,. Haste the moments' let thei fly Joys, we'll grasp them byiy?nd.by'. To the student, pale and.weary, Through the midnight hours, long and droary, Bteals an echo soft, yet cheery, By-and-bye! by-snd-bye. .Fliech not, pause not, guerdon high Shall reward thee byand..bye;:.. j he watoher by some loved.ore lying SWan and helpless, to her eighing, Hears angelic tones replying, By-and-bye . bvaudtbbye ! - Watch and pray-the languid eye Health shall brighten by andbye,. The mourner by the green grave weeping Where a cherished form' is sleeping, Hears a spirit softly'speaing, . Bylaud'byet bymndebye ! Dear-one, lift thy thoughts on high, We shall meet thee byandibye,.<...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. LONDON, 3rd December. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 January 1870

ARRIVAL ENGLISI MAIL. -'-4T--- .. - Lomno;r, 3rd December. - The Queenaleft Windsar last:S4turdqy for Claremonot.. She opened "the iolborn via. duct and Blacn iars Bridge.on .the 6t November. The Princessanf .Wales gave: birth to a daughter-on the 26th November... The King ,of the BPlgians arrived on n visit to her Majesty on tbeo.l3h Novembar. The Lord Mayor and several Mayore of pro. vincial towne presented addreses to 'hii on the 25th, and in th+?even.ing the :Corpo ration of t' ndon entertained him a; dinner at the Mansion?house, He left England last.Monday. The state of Ireland is considered most unsatisfactory. It is thought probable that the ifabeae Corpus Act will shortly be sus pended throughout the whole country. The convicted Fenian, O Donovan Rossa, has been elected member of Parliament for TippeTrary. Answers have been received from the principal colonies to the cif&amp;lt;culars sent by Messr Toul, Blaine,.and -Sewell, requesting the celonies to send delegates to L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 January 1870

"B4"I1ALLA,-Impounded at Benalla " 'bay hoer + over WH off shoulder ., If not"climed, &amp;o, to be sold on Feb 16 J WATTS, Poundkeeper: OGIBOERNý-.Impouuded at Gieborne white cow, A near- ruip, like ADR (to left) off rump - ,. ye:low aided cow, near horn broketn piece.off off ear, like Ad near rump, 10.or--Off rump,. F off ribs, (tail of J to left) . ;. . If not claimed, &amp;o, to be sol.. on 16th February. H R' DIXON, Poundkeeper LANOEFIELD.-Impaunded at Lancefleld bay draught flly, white stripe down the forehead, D under saddle near back . grey mare, near hind fetlock White, like J conjoined' near shoulder bay' draught mare, afar and, snip, of fore and : brth hind fetlocks white, joint near hind leg enlarged, 00 (the 0o0 conjoined) near shoul IS J der . bay or brown mre, black points, longltail, like WB 1 conjoined offehouldr ... dark brown mare, star, long tail hollow backed, like J J6 near sboulder,. bay drauiglit more, star; 'ff fore and "near hind fets i looks white,...

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FIRES. TREMENDOUS DESTRUCTION OF FARM PROPERTY. THREE THRASHING MACHINES BURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 January 1870

TREMENDOUS. DESTRUCTION, OF ' FARM :PROPRiY..; STHUEE THRASIING tMAHINES ... BURNEDi ..... ........ " Mifoituangs never, come singly," is an Idage never, more fully exemplified than it. hasebeen during the past few, day . in,this .:ditict,`where; to or, own knowledge, three ien'eive'firs with tremendous lo0ss oe prol. perty, have occurred, and two other fires are reported which.we trust will be found 'not to have taken place. We will report the' deplorable occurrences as they took -place;, without alluidig to the -iienie-lfo? the conflagrations greated, On Saturdayi atOl, Mr Bodrke's machin. stiirted to thrash'the&amp;iplendid stacks of corn raised by Mr°Martin Curtain, of Willow inisi,nabeioa inil&amp;frlin Kiimore, and just as the day was about. drawing to a close, fire wps discoýoe datthe foot of one of the stacks of wheat, between . two of which the: inaehine" was placed, and though: offortf were .at ?bce madetooarrest ~the progresasf the: flames .by: spreading a 4tErpau...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 January 1870

X19 'rC !,ý t r7l en E M 4 Abe cQ.A taika in'11i~i~bS~n, ~ba w ' { ultu4.rip one .or th~em sr riýv 8. t: TIIW ' : LMORX '·EE P s3 ' STDNEY 8 TRJ EI*KIL aIORIf. F it s `or8 erIU sIAder in th le 0Mre Free '+f ire i'uni It "' ' ' S'f I LINGS AND 81XPENOC. PERt ýguotion of, Aten. per cent .Trill be madae for , tasaniat ordered fro one mlonth'; tweneXy.var.. Stw' o mol~;hi t rwd h irtyJthreo per cent tor; Ibr o mooth. t-breyond which time a apooi arrfzgs ,' ment avidbe mad; ' The torms of eouberIjtion to the Kilmtor6i.Eei Kti Y,9.1 be ea 6d M.r quarter in town, and s 6dd if posted. the 'ooaintry 'The Quarter for subairip!ion to the Free Press will commtience on 'the 23rl March, ' 23rd June '23r d ~ September" nt 23id December. Perionia " anoot withdrew hehir baitec fromi the roll of Suobscribers without paying up to the end of the current qnarr'r.' New subscribers eon be enrolled at anyti me byn'ay +alegs mubeeri , pti da iriopoti'nete to the perb$ in the, iuarler rernaini, g unexpired. ...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 27 January 1870

IRELAND. From the European Mail we extract the following : CARDINAL CULLEN has issued another pastoral, bitterly condemnatory of Fenian ism. It it allied, he says, with Orangemen and interested land agents to prevent useful legislation. FIXITY OF TENURE ABSENTEEISM.— &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; A demonstration of tenant farmers of the county Leitrim, was held on November 23, at Carriokion.Shannon the Earl of Granard in the chair. Resolutions favouring fixity of tenure and condemning absenteeism were passed. TaE MAMCHEBTER MARTYns.-On Nov. 28, a procession of about ;four thousand Fenians passed through the-.city of Cork, headed by a band playing: the "Dead March .in Saul." . This demonstration was in honor of the menories of the three men who killed Sergeant Brett at Manchester in September 1867. THE LATE DISTURBBNCES IN DERBY. The Commissioners who inquired into the disturbances in Derry on* the' occasion of Prince Arthur's visit'have bent. in their re, port, an~d it is' n?r in th...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 February 1870

COMMEO LAL INTELLIGENOE KILMORE. Oecrge Hudson quotes : Oats; Golonial, Ss 8d to Ss 09 per bu'!.d Bran, Is 8d per. bushel Pollard, is 64 per bushel Hay, new L.B,r ton Chaff,4s per -owt Potatoes, oe 6d to I5 per ewt • LANOEFIELD. The Chroniele reports su foilowi i- Wheat 6a-Ed to sd per bushol ' Flour L15 per ton Pollard is 9d to 2s per bushel Bran Is 6d do iYNETON. Tuesday, Jan 19. The gerdian reports as follows Flour £12 to £1 10i Wheat is 44 to 6s 6d per bushoL Maize, 3s 6d to 3s 7d Bran, Is 54 to 1s64d Pollard, 1s 4d Eye grass eoed, 8s to 7s do Potatoes, £;6 s to £5 0,s per ton E ATHOOTE 26. According to the Times, the following prices rule for oolonial produno at Heathoote : Flour L17 10, per ton Wheat 7s to 7s 6d per bushel Oats 6s 64 do Cape Earley 4s 64 to 6s do Maize 7s do Bran 18d do Pollard Is 10d to 2e do Potatoes £6 to £7 per ton Hay £7 to £8 do hObaff L5 to £6 do Butter (good fresh) le Od per lb' Eggs 9d per dozen 1ENALLA. Thursday, 7th The Endyi reports the following a...

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A PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 February 1870

A PuezLs.-A young man askedan ol d;.a gentleman for his daughter iý m.ariage. Thbs answer wsa, "Go into the orchard a·id: bring a ntumbgr of apples. Give nie ono e half of the w~hol? number, and wy wigo One 3h half of the balance nd, hlgfan applie overI and to ty.2dtugbter one bal?of tho remaindsr, ! and half ýn apple. over,. and - hbea . c one left for yourself without cntting sa5'i' ,pple; and' then, if she is willing, vofl ? :ste have her." . He solved tbhequestion, iad hod Nti many did he bring :. '; GLEAMS o? CoMiFOt.-Some years ago i , young man behind a counter inl 'covU"I r shop, deling oiu the beat zeleeL .:.: ; wia brought verp sddenly to a state of Ji.i utterable wonderment. A youthful azidd pretty woman, rcbed in deep black, ap. proached him, and asked to- look at hlis " Glea?r of Comfort." At what, madame! said he, puzzled, confounded, and confused at t hbat. apspeared to him a iingularxeqiiest. SGleam of Comfort," young mhil; haven't. you it, or don'fyou know what it i...

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THE BLARNEY STONE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 February 1870

TSBE TLABHEY STONE. 'ia Blarney :('le;:on ' ': n li toiwer ' 'lhe ;lies a stone albbove your ready: teach) . Whi.CIdO the lips -impar, 'i said, 'the. 'power O( taoiie falsehood and persuasive speech. 'And hence, of one who talks in such a tone The.peasants say, " le's kissed the Blarney Stone." th 'when siaea6 se isoe ppant touristfiaell With sacreta rosted froinmit Emperor; And hear him vaunt his bravery aid tell flow once he snubbed a Marquisa-I. infer The man oame baok-i--' but the truth were Sknown-. By way of Cork, and kissed the Blar?ey .\ Stone!. So'when I hear a shallow dandy boast , (In the\oog ear that marks the dunce): What precitus favora ladies' lips have lost; To hide ava tage: I suspect at once The fellow's lying-that the dog alone (Enough for him) has kissed the Blarney Stone. When some fine lady-ready to defame An absent beauty with as sweet a grace With seeming rapture greets a hated name, And lands her rival to her wondering ," face;. E'en Charity herself must fre...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. SAVE ME FROM MYSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 February 1870

ORIGiNAL ,POETRY. *. AV ME .FROM MYSEIL. When angry thoughts are in my heart, And wicked feelings o'er it dart, Obi help me bid them to depart, And save me from myself. When orrow and fflioton spred ' Their great dark iings above my head, Oh I teach me in thy'psths to tread, And save me from myself. When troublrs capt despair around,. S .nd tib my ipirit to the ground, Ia thee a Father may be found. To save me from myselt Then God above teach me.to pray, That I draw near.thee day by day, And in my heart pay truly say, Thbugnh hastsaved me from myself. ,M.J. E., Kilmore, January 1871i

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DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO'S REPORT. Melbourne, January 26, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 February 1870

DALMAIUOY CAMPBELL AND Q0'S REPORT, Melbourne, J?lnary 26, 1870. FAT OCTrtL.-- ,105 head eme to hand for the week's supply, consisting of mixed qualities from in ferior to prime: The attendance of butchers was limit:d, with very few country buyers, and the opening sales ruled at about last week's rates ; but towards the close the teudency of prices was decidedly in favour of buyers for medium to inferior descrip tions. We quoto best beef at 20s per.100 lb., say Bullocks from £7 o10 to £8 10s; medium £6 ti £6 10s inferior, £4 to £56 10s; best cows, £5 to £6 10s ; second do, L4 to L4 10i. We sold 327 head fLr Mr Walter Douglas, Yarrawin Station, the bullookr at from L5 10 to 18 2s 6d, averaging L6 10a; cows, L4 10s to L5 15s, averaging L5' FAT CALVES.--Oly 99 hrad yarded, principally inferior, Best sold at from t0s to 60s; s:cond, 801 to 40s. ?1? SnaEr.--38,00b were forward for the w?ek, 83,676 of which passed through the yards' this. day, consisting mostly of from fair to good, with ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 February 1870

IMPORTANT TO FARMERS.. John Fy Co, BE( to intimate to the FARMERS of KILMORR and SURROUNtDT ING D18RICTS that they have taken O'D E A'S. MIL L 8 (Lately Oo sAqa by MESSRS DEGRAVES &amp; CO), and are now prepared to BUY WHEAT in any QVANTITIES. A FIRSTiOLASS MILLER has been engaged, and J. F. &amp; Co. hope that by Special ACt. tention to GRIS1INGI, which will be doae at the Usual Charges, to merit a Share of Cuatom. UNION FLOUR MILLS, KILMORE. THE Farmera of the surrounding district and business men of Kilmore are respectflly informed that all FLOUR, &amp;c., as produce of Grist sent to the above Mill ill be guaranteed superior.-alto, all Flour, &amp;c., sold. JOSEPH EAGER, Late Miller for Degraves and Co. P.S.--WheaS Bought at Full Market Value, and all Gristing lot# done separately and productively.

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 February 1870

Panazausn THVDA &amp; StoBtgaie. THU1~SIDAY, FEBRDUARY 8, 1870. So Mesars Aspinsll and M'Lellsn have been allowed a walloaver- and the only new minister who may consider his position in. secure ih Mr Blrry,~ When we first heard of the appointment of': the new ministers we .them expressed our opinion that the solicitorilGeneral and the Commissiooar of '1ublie Works wouli be allowed to gain their seats quietly, but we had doubts whether the poople at the Pivot wouldlet the occasion pass without showiug .Mr Graham Berry what a rash proceeding it was on his part ever to rebel against Oldr Hatism. Accordingly a local candidate has been brought forward to oppose Mr Berry's return, and in the person of this new as. pirant for political notoriety-Mr Rather. ford-the Geelong electors will not become distinguished for a very strong admiration for a representative of great oratorical capam city. It is said that as a private individual 'b1r Rutherford is passable, but as a politic elan be ,...

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The Worshipful the Mayor of Kilmore. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 February 1870

The Worshipful the Mayor of Kilmore. SA--We the uudereigned peiden~e of Kilmre feeling deaply imprc-ead pith the n.oaiofty of hiving aproperly organised body of men, to easit in staying the progress of any conflgrations that may ocoor, respectfully request you to convene a meeting ofat the inhabitants of this district at an early date, for the purpose of considerine the advisability of forming a Voluntear Fire Brigade. We are air, you obedient iervante, William Daovs T n Geoghrlan Jameo Warea Bryan Morriesey E D M'Key John J Reilly SL? Binl1ley John Jlnes Matthe. Kelly W Stanley George Lnas!y J,"l..n O'Oonner fBlwer BratherE 'W lTrtnell W B M'Leod OG inneari ,.-T Bossenoe Labella Brue -. Joeph Eager . Mary Dowling S BM?rney Bichard Morgan '~ob? Wieeld Herman Rohde S9iizgerald per A Bannerman • John Staine, Tomas Crane Patrick Hiskey Willim Kerr and Co. Mrry Rouse Peter Glover Taomae Hunt James Crose!ey John M'Keizie D 1).rasohb Beath aend Lyons Mary Fleary OCarrel pro O Helms Leonar...

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WRECK OF THE ROYAL STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press — 3 February 1870

WRECK OF THE ROYAL STANDARD. Advices received on Nov. 15 from Rio Janeiro communicate the painful intelli ge:nea of the total 'loss of ths ship Royal /itandied, on. the Brazilian coast, while on her outward voyage from Lendon.-to Mel bourne. Many- of- her passengers were drowned, and several of -the crew were missing. The Royal Standard was originally built as a -steamer of nearly 3000 tone. measurement, and made several successful voyages -between Liverpoo l-and- Australia. -Recently she had been converted, into. a .sailing ship;,and was .owned by Messrs Wilson and Co., merchants, of Liverpool. She sailed, from Gravesend on her present voyage on the 12th August, with a full general cargo, and about 28 chief and second cabin passengers; the number of people in all on board, including officers and crew, being about 80. Lloyd's agent at -Rio-Janeiro forwards the following details of the catastrophe :-" Rio Janeiro, Oct. 16. Having this morning returned with the passengers saved from t...

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