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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865

ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE. A LL pers no INDEBTED toL KErLY & CO a .re requested to psy in tle r ACCOUNTJS forthl.ith; if not, they will be handed over to a soli.itor for collection. Kiimore, Marb: 29, 1865. A 204 WANTED. N OSTLFR WANTED. Apply at the KL. A1 MORE HOTEL. WANTED. W4.TANTED Two Good BOOTMAKERS. Apply t to LAURENCE PARNESL, Sydney stret. PYALONG ROAD BOARD. TENDERS will be received hy the Chairman of L the abovenamed Boa-4t u,, to noon on Wednes day, 5th April, fJr making Bri ge or Crossing at Saw I: il Creek., E".ch tender to be ace. mpanied by a deposit of ten per cent. on the amount xamed in t. a tn letr, to be toureitrd i-i the ev. nt ot any tenderr d hlining to take up a contract. Plans and specifications ti be seen at the uffibe of the Board (B; order) J. BOURKE, Ulerk, Willowmavin-Road Board Office. -TENDERS. ' ENDER-, aro muonied with -'aesh deposit of ten p.r cent. will be r. ceired at this lfl'e up to three o'clo..k p m. on TUESD.tY, tha 4th proximo, f.r h...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEFRAUDING A POSTMISTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865

DEFRAUDING A POSTMISTRESS.---The post mistress of Cuffs Grange, a village near Kil kenny, was startled a few days ago by a visit from a pompous, showily dressed man, who announced himself as an Inspector from the General Post-office, specially sent down to investigate her accounts, &e. Having first expressed some disapprobation of the ar rangement of her office, he proceeded to make a minute examination of the books; but, in the course of the scrutiny,to the great delight of the poor post-mistress, the stern expression faided from the official counte nance, and at its close he complimented her highly on the neatness and accuracy of her records, and wrote in the daily ledger a most complimentary report, recommending her an increased salary. Delighted at this gratify ing result of the dreadedinspection, the post mistress invited her superior to luncheon, an invitation which was most condescendingly accepted. After doing justice to the repast, the " inspector" prepared to leave...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A MYSTERIOUS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865

A IMYSTERIOUS CASE. On Friday a coroner's inquest was held on the body of a labouring man named John Hewitt, who died in the local hospital to which he had been removed from Korong by a sergeant of police, in whose charge he was at the time as a. dangerous lunatic. When admitted he was suffering from a sloughing sore on the forehead of the diame ter of a five shilling piece. He rapidly got much better under treatment, but on the 10th inst. was attacked by profuse diarrhoee, became gradually weaker, and died on the 22nd. He told Dr. Radcliffe, medical officer to the Inglewood hospital, that his master gave him 20 drops of laudanum, and that he then went out into the bush and lost all re collection until some days after his admis sion into the Hospital. He said he took the laudanum because he could not sleep. He described the interval between his taking of the laudanum and his recovery of recollection as a blank. Dr. Radeliff considered that the deceased died from an absorption of pus...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DONNELLY'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865

DONNELLY'S JREEK. The Donnelly's Creek correspondent of th e Wood's Point Times, writing on the 18th March, states; There hasbeen very little life on Donnelly's for the last few weeks on account of the sus. pension of all crushing operations, owing to the great scarcity of water, there being hardly enough procurable on Edward's Reef for domestic purposes, although the weather has been threatening to break for a length of time, and we have been devoutly praying~ foran outpourinmg of the watery elements, our spirits are waving low from long continued disappointments. The foundation for the Concord Company's machinery is making rapid strides towards completion, notwithstanding the great diffi culty etperienced in getting the heavy logs of timber off the slopes of our rugged moun tains to their place of destination. The site is judiciously chosen, being on the junction of the Crinoline and Mount Useful Reefs on the left branch of the creek. Messrs Moss and Co. are erecting a very substa...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865

NOTICE Ts Quarter for aubeription to the Free T?ess willeams eee on the 23rd Krch, 23rd June, 23rd ~_F$ mber, and 23rd December. Persona cannot itddresw their name? from the roll of Subscribers without paying up to the end of the current quarter. Nw- enteriber ea-i be enroiled at any time by oay iag a ub"eription protnortiKnate to the F~nod in the quarter remaini g unexpired. Advertisemen:s revived for ae:h issue up to two .m. cn the day previu.s to publication. E ch ad vertisement sli.JAld b a- upon the manuscript the number c insertionr require i. When no insruc.ione are sent in referenc. to the number of insertiine, the sdrertisemert will be continued until countermanded, or date extire, and charged accrrdihgly. Notice to withdraw su adrertisement should be given! in wring. All orders to a'ter or discontinue advertiaerents must he made in writing, and torwsrded to this ce befure cix p.m. on the Tuedey of e ch week.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A POST-OFFICE WANTED AT SPRINGFIELD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "FREE PRESS." [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865

A POST-OFFICE WANTED AT SPRINGFIELD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "FREE PRESS." * ---~- SIR,-I am glad to perceive that even in your first impression of Thursday last you have headed your local news with the above subject. Not having a post-office nearer to us than Kilmore or Lancefield we are put to great inconvenience and loss before we can obtain our letters, &c. The Pyalong Rioad Board got a post-office esta blished at Mr. Griffiths very easily, and why our Board cannot get one at Springfield I am at a loss to know. The same facilities could now be afforded us as to the Moranding people; the direct mailmain from Kilmore to Lancefield could drop our correspondence as he passes through Springfield just as the Heathcote coach does at Moranding. I would, therefore, suggest to our Road Board to bring the matter before the Postmaster General at once; the claim is so plain that it cannot be refused. It is really too bad to cause people to come eight or ten miles for a letter while a ma...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1865. "WHAT WILL WE DO WITH IT?" [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865

¶ilmtorr frce asrcs SU$ZHIrD IrMsADLY MXO3IGa. THURSDAY, IMARCH 30, 185. "WHAT WILL WE DO WITH IT?" Suca is the enquiry with which Edward Bulwer Lytton commences one of his best and most practical moral drawing works of fiction. We, in a matter of fact, also enquire whst will we do with the amended Land Act and the neaw Custom House Act, now we have got them ? These are important ques tions, striking with fearful force at the vital interests of this colony, whether as it regards our connection with the British empire or oar domestic advancement and happiness. To "cut the painter" might perhapsj do well enough in the !on; run, if we ',... in a position to help ourselves, but at present I our independent position as it regards supply. I ing ourselves through our own manufactories with the necessities of civilization, are very little, indeed, advanced beyond that of the first settler at Port Jackson or Tasmania. A paragraph in the Melbourne "Herald," extracted from a leader in the Lond...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865

TO CORRESPONDENTS. To ensure tl e iguerioun of communications it if absalutely necei ary that they chuuld be coched iat modera:e tlagua e, and written in the form of letters. All coimmunications iLtended for inmertion m ilt be authenticateJ by the name and aodrsu of the waiter not necearily for publication, but as a guarantee of good frith.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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KILMORE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MARCH 23. (Before D. N.Nicolson, and Geo. Hudson, Esqs., J. P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865

KILMORE POLICE COURT. TuuflsDaY, IaRcuH 23. (Before D. N. Nicolson, and Geo. Hudson, Esqs., J. P.'s) Winm. Sessman, on two separate charges of larceny, got a month for each offence. Alice Graham, on remand, charged with having no lawful visible means of support, was discharged. Sarah Graham, on a like charge, was also discharged.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LATER NEWS FROM AMERICA. Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865

LATER NEWS FROM AMERICA. -0- (From the "Argus" Correspondent.) Sydney, Saturday. The Ellen Southard brings Californian papers to the 22nd of January. They con tain war news to the 21st. Tne news is strongly in favour of the Federals whose successes continue. Richmond papers'speak most despondingly. Some denounce Jeff. Davis, and suggest the appointment of Lee as dictator. Davis is at loggerheads with the Southern Congress. The latter strongly favours peace negotiations with the Federals. This Davis denounces as beyond their power. Senator Foote was arrested for attempting to go North but Congress ordered his release. Seddon, lately the Confederate Secretary of War, has been removed from office. Brackenbridge succeeded him. The second Federal expedition captured Fort Fisher, and a large number of prisoners. The Confederates, finding this rendered a portion of the defences of Wilmington worth less, blew up Fort Carswell and other impor tant works; and latest advices report that Wilmin...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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FRIDAY, MARCH 24. (Before J. Taylor, and George Hudson, Esqs. J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865

FBIDAY, MARca 24. (Before J. Taylor, and George Hudson, Esqs. J.P.'s) Tm Grant summoned J. B. Key for ob structing the footpath in Sydney street. Re manded to 28th inst. Matthew Murray, summoned for a like offence, was remanded to 28th inst.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865

8HIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALU. MARCH 22. Kwis Moori, ship, 11 Itone, Charla Knight, froi Loadon 1(kh Demmber. MARcH 24. (I'hals, sip, 901& ons. J. 1leis, from tf -, 15th Nuomb.r, via Cork, 31st b~cmber; Pattrcmr DiparuTut. For Londnn-Royal Standard, 1st April Well#o . &h Apil

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865

AGENTS FOR THE " FREE PRESS." -o M ESSRS GORDON & GOTCH, cf Cr!lirs itreet 1 west, Melbourne, have been eopomlte Agen's .or this Journal. Mr HENSCHALL, cI SEYMOUR, has been ap pointel Agzni fLr this .Journal for the district of Mhr M1ARONEY, Tsc??r, B1,ard! , his been ap ported Agent far this Journalin that district M?r T. FOX, of TALLAROOK, Las been ap o.intel Arent for this Jcurnal in that district Mr QUINN, Storekeeper, BEOADFORD, has hen appointed Age`t icr this Journi in the Broad :ord district. MerDUN; N S&KELLY,Storekeepers,DARLING FORD, Big River, has been appointed agent in that Sistrict f.r thi Journal THE KILMORE FREE PRESS.: PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE.. r'HE trmna for adrrtieing in the Kil?are Free SPrss are as under: IWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE PER INCH. A reduction of ten- per cent will be made for adertiseamnts ordered for one mxonth; twen'y pr ant for two months; and thirty-three percent for three months :-beyond which t...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT THE KILMORE POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865

ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT THE KILMORE POST-OFFICE. OfIm I Arrial I Departure Malbeaat. Daily at 730 Oampbd.lld 1 Daily at 4 p.m., & P I. (Sunday. rtOm t 9 pm. (4S.ds3 ezcepteo). Let Daaybueak I ticepted) ten rent to 8Son Wdaa Wallan) payment of late fa-6d starfin indigo Bdegfr HBrnaarartha Albury Wanputta Witan Daily at2 a.i. Daryat4Sp.m esmalrl Mi'ay. eieeptcd '3undsayecrpted Violet Town I~nria. Awmul Jamwtas . Heatlirote Ppal T.v Tuea.,Thera, and Nar., W. dend Wd) Cak j 2a*., at 1 pm. Fri., at Hoor.. Yes Woa'a? Poizt Tue., T rra., anc W4on., We., and Mnlileck iSit.,at2a.m. Fri.,st345p.m. Tw., Thur., and lCue., Thurs., & Lenereld }Sit; at 3 30om. m- t. et 4 15 p.'r Tb. rerenu boza are cdeared daily (Suondey e tpd) at 7-20 pm., and Mr Barfoot'a box at 330 pm. Hasy order, are inoead daily (3und~ay excepted) latUl0ai.to 330 pjm.

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AFTER THE TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865

AFTER THE TRIAL, The murder of Mrs Graham will be yet fresh in the memories of every one who has heard of the terrible tragedy. The subsequent events, because they have not had a decisive result, will perhapsnotbevividlyremembered. We will briefly recapitulate them. On the night of the 2Sth December 1864, the murder was committed. The mguest, for reasons ex. plained at the time was delayed for two days after. In the interim, suspicion fellon three ien. One of the suspects was the step father of the murdered girl, and the ground of suspicion that he had been heard to threaten to cut her throat, and was known k to disaprove of the girl's marriage with Gra ham. A second was Bonetti, the Italian, who had, if we remember rightly, the mis fortune to possess some blood stained clothes, and to have been out late on the night of the murder. The third was David Young (alias) Tatham, who hadlivedin a small tent near Mr Graham's house, and said some careless words to her, and who had removed hi...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. The bill to abolish imprisonment for debt, except in cases of fraud, was read a second time in the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday night. A second bill introduced by Mr. Fraser, on the same subject was also advanced to the same stage, so that there are now t'o bills before the House. The new Mining Statute was introduced in the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, and passed its first stage. Under the pro visions of the bill it is proposed .that the mining boards shall remain as they are at pre sent, with the power of making by-laws as heretofore. The miners' rights are to be re duced from £1 to 5s;, the business licences from £10 to £5, and the rent of ground for mining lease £2 10s. an acre to £1 an acre. These are the principal changes pro posed in that part of the bill having refe rence to the management of the goldfields; but in second portion, relating to the ad ministration of justice, several important alterations are contemplated, by which the powers and...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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SECOND DAY, FRIDAY, MARCH 17. FIRST RACE, LADIES' PURSE, of 20 SOVS one and a half miles; weight for age. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865

SECOND DAY, FRIDAY, MARCH 17. FIRsT RACE, LADIES' PURSE, of 20 SOV S one and a half miles; weight for age. There were five entries for this race; only three started; came in as follows: Mr Dryaen's Elie............ ..........(Licruch) 1 Mr Besmish's Wyndlam ........................ Mr Joyce's Stranger ........................... 3 The three horses ran closely round until 4 within about two hundred yards of the winning post, when Elis showed in front and came in an easy winner. SECOND RACE, HANDICAP STEEPLECHASE, of 2S SOV, twioe round the course There were eight entries for this race, and they came in as follows Mr Evan's Wee .....k ...................... 1 Mr Abbott's Gairbaldi ........................ 2 Mr J Evan's Fetail .............................. 1 This was a well contested race, the horses passing and re-passing each other at various times during-the two rounds of the course. Tau$r RACE, SELLING RACE, of 15 iYSV ; mile beats; weight for age There were eight entries. The fol...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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FIRST DAY.—THURSDAY, MAR. 23. FIRST RACE. MAIDEN PLATE, OF 15 SOVS., [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865

FIRST DAY.---THURSDAY, MAR. 23. FIRsT RACE, MAIDEN PLATE, OF 15 SOV8., One mile and a half; weight for age There were eight entries for this race; the horses were placed as follows: Mr. Siebie's Charce .......................(Le.) 1 Mr. L.usck's Ari( to.................. ............. 2 Mrt. MHarehal's Roads'er ...................... 3 This was a good race; all got well off, running close all round, Chance leading, followed closely by Ariosto and Roadster, in which order they passed the winning post. SECOND RACE, FARMERS' PURSE, OF 20 SOVS, Two miles; weight for age. There were six entries for this race; they were placed as follows: Mr Drs deh'. Elie ...................... (LAerach) 1 Mr Beamish's Wyndham........................... 2 Mr Douglea's Dec ption ........................... 3 This was a good race; Wyndham and De ception leading, followed closely by Elis and the other horses; when nearing the winning post Elis showed in front and came in a winner. TnxsD RACE, LANCEFIELD HAN...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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SFYMOUR ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865

SFYMOUR ANNUAL RACES. STt wAias :-John Guild, Esq, James Butler, Esq, Henry Wellis, E:q. JUDoG :-Theophi us ieeley, Esq. Czaa. o TaHB Couns :--John Vtariug, Esq. TFASUIm :-Alexander Guild, Esq. The Seymour annual races came off on Thursday last. The spectators were not very numerous. Appended is the result of the racing: HFIST RACE, MAIDEN PLATE, of 12 sove ; one mile heat. Mr D Meckintcs .'e jn., be Tommy the Devil...1-1 Mr. E. Smith's Billy Burton ... ........... 2 2 SECOND RACE, TOWN PLATE, of 30 soee; once round the omurse; heats Mr Darcy'e Rohillo .................................1.1 Mr Mackintosh's Swiss Boy .................... 2-2 TnHI RACE, FARMEAS' PURSE, of 12 sove; once round the oourse ; heats. Mr Smith'sModesty ................. .........1-1 Mr Jones' Dandy ............................... 2-2 FOURTH RACE, CONSOLATION S FAKES, of 10 sors; once round Mr Smith's Billy Button ........................ 1 Mr Jones' Dandy ................................. Mr Mackintosh's Swiss...

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TUESDAY, MARCH 21. (Before the Police Magistrate, J. K. Trainor, and L. Bourke, Esqs. J.P.;s.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865

TUESDAY, 1MAiwC 21. (Before the Police Magistrate, J. K. Trainor, and L. Bourke, Esqs. J.P.'s.) The charges against Mr. Key and Mr. Murray were dismissed without prejudice; the Council to give notice to all parties of fending to remove the obstructions. A number of cross cases for assaults, Mo naghan v Monaghan, were withdrawn. 3M. Murray v. James Thomas, for obstruct ing footpath. Case withdrawn. Same v. J. Taylor, for obstructing foot path. Withdrawn. Same v Hudson, for a s;milar offence. Case withdrawn.

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