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The Ballarat Star reports: [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 February 1866

The Ballarat reports:- "On the evening of   27th January, a lamentable and fatal occurrence took place at Derwent Jacks.   Mr. Henry Boardman, manager of the Cape     Clear Gold-mining Company, was returning   home when his horse went off at a gallop, and a stump of a tree being in the way, the animal fell over it, pitching the unfortunate man to a distance of several yards. The horse also fell. Mr. Boardman came to the ground on his head, his neck was broken, and he   never spoke.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SOUTHERN LEGISLATURES. WASHINGTON, Nov. 30 [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 February 1866

THE SOUTIHE? LEGIST,. URERS. asnwIiU orG , Nov.30 The Virginia legislature ments on Mon. day. It is believed the constitutional amend ment abolishing slai ery will be passed, and the'rebel debt repudiated. NEw OuLEAs, Nov. 29 The Mississippi Legislature has adopted a bill permitting negro testimony in all cases except where only whites are interested. General Gregan's course in Texas is gener ally denounced. He is said to be infusing iniurrectiol?ary sentiments into the people. Governor Wells's measage to the Legisla ture was recei-ed-to-day. He says Louisi aua's loyalty has been renewed -ithout ra. servation, and she accepts with sincerity and frankness the ner:'order of things. HIe urges a speedy election of United States senators ; recommends that means be devised to pay all accrued interest, without severe taxation; the eutetment of laws regulating the labour cyst' n. leaving the parties interested to m!ake thtir own terms, asks that all impedi ments to free emigration be remove...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LATEST NEWS FROM AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 February 1866

LATEST NEWS FROM. AMERICA. The Sydney Morning Herald of the 23rd inst. has the following' taken from the Daily t Alta California of 4th December:- SPEOULATIONS ON THE ORGANISA TION OF THIE HOUSE. W~Vs aTo2x, Nov. 28. t A few additional members of the Con. gress arrived to-day. No delay in the or ganisation of the House is anticipated. In. stead of an extraordinary tnrbulent time, as predicted, present indications are in the op- t posite direction. The prospects are that the House will organise on Monday. Colfax for Speaker and M'Pherson for Clerk seem to have the entire field to themselves as far as can be ascertained. It is not believed that t any of the members elect from any of the Southern States, except, perhaps, thosa of Tennessee and Arkansas. will be permitted to take part in the organisation of the House. NEW YOnK, Nov. 29. A Washington special says H'V. Johnson added the weight of his opinion that no Southern member will be admittedinto Con gress. A letter from a gentleman...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 February 1866

filumoe fre IWous rr)LIsonD ThURsDAY xININs. THURSDAY.. FEBRUARY 1, 1866. Tar third and last batch of the present elc. tions came ofd on Mondav last, and the re turns in this are not so much in favor of the ministry as in former batches. A list of the members returned will be found inj another column, and those who love a constitutional mode of doing things will be glad to see that Mr. Archibald MIichie's servicese have been disfcarded, he being placed on the bottom of the poll at St. Kihld: The Minister ot Justice forsooth! The man that was a main instrument in placing our country in a dilemma omt of which it cannot get clear perhaps for years, has met with the fate he so richly merited; and the electors of St. Kilda have conferred an everlasting benefit on the public at large, while they have said in language plainer than words, " We are not to be gulled by fair speeches and false issuos." The contest between Ireland and Robin-. son for the representation of this Borough was a kee...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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KILMORE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 February 1866

KILMORE EL' CTION. ON Monday last the electors, or Ki!aore were called upon to refurn a member for the Legislative Assembly, in consequence of the dissolution of that body some time backi The candidates were Richard Davies ireland b and William Robinson, both of Melbourne, and great waa the disappointment felt by b many an elector when they came to record t their votes and found they no longer had that t able statesman Mr. O'3hanassy to place their confidence in. But on being told that Mr. ] Irhland was a colleague and intimate friend t of Mr. O'Shanassy's, they at once said as we would do for him we will do for his friend, and by this means a split, which for weeks had been eagerly looked for by Robinson's party, was averted, though that gentleman's eupporters left nothing undone to create dis sension Lktween the supporters of Mr. Ire land. The election came'off at the Mechanics' Hall, Albert street, and was presided over by the Returning Officer, D, N. Xi olson, E~q. J.P., and Joh...

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 — 1 February 1866

AGE iS FOR TIlE " FREL FE3ES:' -0- gS3 G@tDON & GOICIT, of Oeii. street wee, Melborrsi, ti cbeta appointed agents TUX IILi~Th! WrXE 1 RESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURgSA' i MORNING AT STDXEY ETREEIT, ZIL[OR. r mTE tewras fer a27ert ia~r is the Yi~acre Free j pyn ar :f -der; IWO SEILIŽ\ GS AND IXP~NC PEA INCH. A rei3~ct cn of ten per cent wil be made for sdm ~ticf rtI or'cred fcr ooa month ; twenty per ent fcr two rnontto; an3 thirt-three per rat for Life nucnt :-byf~i which time a special aranag rlrt vii +e rnad. T~e terms of cat oription to the KthmareIree Preya vri LE Ce Cd per qua:tc in toss, and 7o 6d if posted the c~rntry. HURMAN' & ACCCOUCIEUR, var Iel y'u Hctd c,ihnorc, ifcr jerre P.eeidcnt Surgeon to ti- C .-ty Ecnaital tf ent, REMOVED TO &1-D P1 S2El T, axis D00z T0 EOTAL OL NiOTBt.. APOTHEECRIES HALL, ~TDNEY STREET, XILMORE, 31IT DCO. TO ROTAL OAT HOThL. T113 nnderei.:od beg to infirm the in!-abrfr fcr L5more ed oci. bcnri co; Loct MR.STILL'LLN is d rays ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 February 1866

.PO~ICE . _ka Qcuto. fe snbri tioin to the Free Fes. wi2 wm w.^ en the `3-d March, 23rd Jaue, ?2rd er'fibrc , and 23rd LkcemLcr. Perron* garnot wi.~hrrw ti-r aaes efrom th.- rL ' of f ttcri-tern si"imtt pO3itg vp to the ere ý: uo eurreut quurter. Nt- tiacnbe can bre eroZed et ers timu by ia - isga au1,atytios 'IrfpOrticraote to Zee Ierto3 in the Z i~ u ld 1'ena g xeliFprt. .Aittenmoezgrz re-tired tax ta'' it.t. up to tw", r.m-.o IitM dtv prreebus to v.u'ei r5,o. E-ch act votsrrmrf t sito.l bear u; v' upot t.e wazacscaipt the runhuer of -- t. -r retjel. Witiu wo strtt'i are rut i- referrrte to t1.e nrtmie of insertii-ns, th a.rn-mstL wirtb hcontinued uwA1 eCt rdertmwded or date oxre, end ehrced aeccrdingly. -Notico K. xiberztr u sea-u t ah·u! i to given iu Ajicr. e- t. ast ror EonMatiene ad;.rtxmemrnt lat eaide in w ij',-- a.4 faereorzid to th1 e!r TaVore e i pm. an the tfuesda. of eo.Os w-ck BANKX Or VICTORIA. R EFERRI ti thr wi'ldrs az c tbhegeewy of It se Ore lBank C.rpnation from...

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 — 1 February 1866

ARRIVAL AND) D)IESPATCH OFMAILS: AT TIlE TLhMORE POST-OF)FICE y~o-« , k-ira1 Utr n.1E I 7 DaIly et 7 Caaupbei±±i.:13 Da'1y st 4 . vs rs.' (£-,e S~mertne at 9 ,Pfl. I(urk ex ezrpko). I'D. Donr isrock xsotedj Uri zttto c Wa StI!L.) piyznent of i. Bxewrorth . - ,rm iz.g ' Bc+Ire e'' Y I - na c ·· "It ~t·~p r~c Aioury1 . W-Tr *er Dory it 2 a.= 1.- Diat3"45 pe aI-a1 Mona excep d d tce1t Twz1et Tmz -"-sC ----- " - darnz - j x .I WcootaPcint Taue.,?~e Tua , 1 t1oa.WRed.; and M&Ceek 3 Sat.,et2 am. Fri. at3±45p.rs. Tue.. T'ur, and trmer, Thire., & Is..tf.G ' Sit, at V 3 - m." Sat.,at 4 15 pmm lbe r er a !bexce are deierei dai; (Run daza ex acetii) at '30 p.m, and Mr Birfoot'a bi 3 +Q p..m Ycr-yo-cer. = -ia.el3 aBy (iade s exeepte) -=m1O a&m.io 3-9 p.a.

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NORTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 February 1866

NORTHI AUSTRALIA. The despatches recently received from Mr Finniss are now in print. They contain a de tailed statement of the affairs of the settle ment from the sailing of the Bengal to the 16th October. The chief matters referred to are the examination of the c"untry-especi ally of the Daley River by Mr.. Litchfield the death of Alaric Ward,. and the progress of the survey party on the Adelaide River. Inreferehece to the exploration of the Daley, the most striking result was the discovery of gold. The report says :-" Mr. Litchfleld strack theF.inniss at the gorge of Mount Bennett, on 21st September (ult.), in latitude about 12deg. 55mn.- S., and in longitude (by estimation) 130deg. 40min. . As he fouud the country promising in gold, he tried a little "'prospecting, being an experienced gold digger. In half an hour he found some in the alluviun of the river bank. His op inion and that of his party, two of whom, Walker and Burford, have seen the river workings in New Zealand, "re t...

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GULLIBILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 February 1866

GULLIBILIB TY. t (Prom LonosD "IExUrsn.") in co0 Twiv examples of the egregious gullibility ha, of tradesmen are now before the public. The ch, first resemble: that of the Fortunate Youth ha whomade. so.many.dupes fifty years ago,. by Nw giving oiutthat an oldgentleman, with whom is he had travelled in.a.stage-coach, had taken. M a fancy to him and.left him.an immense for- bL tune. The story, in which there was not a in particle of truth, was greedily swallowed; ce the fortunate youth was the lion of the day, el wias asked everywhere, was begged to allow tc gentlemen to be his bankers until he should a, come into possession of his enormous wealth; el tradesmen solicited his custom, fashionable al mothers offered him their daughters in mar- a] riage, he had the world at his feet, till some P, one asked him where his.property lay, to ti which his answer was that that was the very n thing he himself wanted to know. a , In the present case Francis Wilschin, a P sailor, comes from the Sh...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, 30TH JAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 February 1866

T iLEGRAPHIC DESPATCHIIES (FROM TIHE HElRALD.) SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, 30Sm JAh. The Lieutenant of the Shenandoah has ar. rived by the Penola. He is travelling for informatiou prior to returning home to E,. rope. The Public Works Department has recei. red five more designs from Melbourne and Sydney, for the proposed new building icr the Post and Telegraph-offices. They Ld been detained at the-port through some ou~ ission. Mauritius papers to hand in compariu; their New Mail Service with the performan ces of the P. and O. Company, shoiv that th new company perform the service in sou. cases in less time than the P. and 0. Cc:.: puny did during the previous year. There is some probability of Dr. B.tckhoa who is shortly expected out from Einghnd, being appointed. Roman. Catholic Bishop ot Adclaide. SMessrs. Solomen and 'o. sold by auction, to-day, the entire c.rgo of sugars, e- i:iarng. A bok, frocm Mauritius, at full rates. In the. Assembly, to-night, the Govern. Inent succeeded in ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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MEXICO. Washington, Nov. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 February 1866

MEXICO.. - Washington, Nov. 29. News from El Paso received this evening by Romero, BMexican Minister, states that the recent movement of the national force of Mexico compelled the French in Chihuahua to evacuate the city and state, and withdraw the Durango.' On the 25th October the ev acuation began.. Fouridays 1 ter, not a single French soldier was left in Chihmuhua. New Orleans, Nov. 29. The Times' Brownsville correspondent of 16th says the correspondence between Wetziel and Mejia culminated in the following order: "The Mexican authorities having officially notified the commanding general that the Ranchero would be ordered to cease publish ing articles insulting U. S. soldiers and people it is hereby ordered tha:t the officers and soldiers of this command will not allow any person on the netural bank to insult any per son on the Mexican side." All remains quiet around Matamoras. Washington, Nov. o30: Additional official news received by the Mexican Minister is to the effect that n...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 February 1866

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BANK or VIcronr.-A branch of this Bank is to be opened this morning at Kil more, under the management of. C. R. W. Fraser Esq., in the premises where the Ori entai-Bank Corporation-has tbr- some time carried on a branch business. Considerable connection has already been formed with the Bank of Victoria, and this may be chiefly set down to the fact that the gentleman who undertakes the management of it is so long known and deservedly respected in the neigh bourhood; as also is MIr. Sands, who also oc cupies the same position in this bank ss he did in the Oriental. - NAnnow ESCAl PE Fio MEI G Bt'rfEN BY A SNAEr.--A correspondent puts us in pos session of the following snake story:-" On the night of the 16th inst., 1 was put to sleep in an old hut at .Iount William, near where I was working. The place was fill of bags, barrels, &c., and quite exposed to the air, and about one o'clock in the morning I had a most unwelcome visitor in my bed in the shape of a b...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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HAVANNAH. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 February 1866

HLAVANNAH. The Herald's Havannah letter, November the .22nd, sa. s the authorities have called for a loan of 100.00doilars to make necessary preparations for the eholerat at fIavannah. Formidable bands of robbers have recently been dispersed on the island. Havannah, Nov. 22. The steamer Hendrick Hudson arrived to day from Philadelphia. While entering the port a Spanish man-of-war ran into her, striking her amidships, and cutting her down to the water's edge.- She had a Government pilot on board at the time. Temporary re pairs will be made. She will sail at her re gular time.

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AN IMPOSSIBLE TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 February 1866

.!-'7-r AN IMPOSSIBLE TRIAL .. (Faon Loi'Do "Ptcscf." In 1 e Court cf Queern' Bench, the LIrd C'.i, I "Junq nuS (±ro.fejede!) r. o:..b.r of the CtLu L of .. . . , Ir.Jr.tie Blackht n is a Pr'-': terin,ij "- r. .L..c 'Ji .:-;r a Uteais,,, Mr..J?sic 8 . E .-. .' - Mr. Ju.;ice Lus' a J.:ij.." Sx.:;z-n v : BUL.-. Tars ca se .-s tried at the l .st A !izes. It w:,i .a- sa htin brought b-r the plaintiff. Snotozer. a ca.'-a r. a':in t2h- d: i L'::!.,1t B=h:ce, u::,?:: of the C.'ur-h ef Fort: win'is, at chreo.n, for various aaults .:l leged to have -e-n committed during divine Sati". one U' tern'o',oi. T 1j "i '" : leen cert:in':iv ,;o,-L'rg to ?1eer, ;.:', as it .was . le.as,, iJ' ur!im h1i n? ig ChCbors i'n churct, by a:nl no:-_s, and thL d 'e-, c -ft=er vain:,ite',` .,g him many times, <j:etdc-,i him xei-c ,',' - *e, tc±ing hint to be ol and sleep :t ho:e. The jury found :. ver diit for the rl:.ntif dun:-ges cne tirthli, and he rac!ed on ai/ng f'r n new trial. iitch inte re"t C...

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 — 1 February 1866

AD EiTTSfEM1E. TS New Goods! New Goods ! ,Hss just Received is EXTENSIVE LOT OF . New Shawls and Martlee, new Prints,. new dresae, ne: Ha's, ne.i R.Lbons, rea Parasole, and other ?sw goods toi, Lum rusa to mention. An early insp!tian is iolicited. i.B.-Mcuns i,d Boyj clething in great variety. SUITS from L1 EACH The ttock juet opened up is second , to ?'nc in Kilmare asd will be sold, :or reedy elh, a; e" vecY imell advance on first cost............ Kilmore House, opposite Royal Oak Hotel. JEW GOODS, AT 'TE DUBLIN & M3ANCHESTER WARE HOUSE, SYDN:EY& MITOIELL STREET3, KIM1O1RE AND CO. TAKE this opportoai y cf in:G:cring tl: rc?'d% s - -^s*re, [ u'a4" s-'7=9~ . s'*.**t' -t1 . y 440O 11(o n OPENING UP A OBOICE LOT OF SPRING GOODS Which will be OFFERED AT LOW PRICES to sut: the times. The STOCK of CALICOtS and ALL-COTTON GOODS now on land will bo SOLD at FULLY 25 PERt CENT. BELOW PRICEd a few mo:ithe br-k. An early inspection from intending purchazets it oliit~ld. If. P. ...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 February 1866

MiSC ELL IpEc OUS EXI'TAC'. A rather amusing story is told by the Gtelong Register :-'"An alertise~ient ap pearcd in our columns the other day, in which ?a an.mbitio~atuanpublishedhis want of aife, the qu~ifica:ionsrequired being two fold :-Fir.t, thas the lady. should be a strong, healthy English girl; and the second being that she should be posseaed of a do-r,? oiLr,5. These qualifications of curse may be eons;idered to be possessed by many a member of the fair-sex; but it wats let to one only. tomake an acceptiance of the ofitr. She wrotetlhe ambitioun bachelor; stating her accept nce of the nfler,and takiagaunalppoint mniet to meet her future mpouse outside the Hall of Colmmerce. Here a meeting of a most asfecting n.ture took place, the result being that it was to adiourn to . a plitee where the lovers' conversation could be car ried on witlort the intervention 'of stray passengers. Accordingly anu adjournme ,t wa_ made to a celebrated hotel in Maoocr. bool strcet, the ambitious...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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QUEENSLAND. (Port Denison Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 February 1866

QUFJ SLAND. (Port Denison Times.) The blacks appear to be still doing a con siderable amount of mischief along the coast to the south of this port. Mr. Isley, with six troopers, after leaving Messrs. Macartney and Dempster's station, went on to St. Helen's station, where they dispersed three or four mobs of aborigines, who had been spearing and driving the cattle in all directions in a very bold and reckless mann er. The prompt measures taken to pun ish them for these outrages will, we doubt not, deter them from similar outrages for some time, as they have found (to their cost) that such acts are not to be committed   with impunity. Lieutenant Marlow informs us that he has dispatched several troopers to the Suttor River, as a reinforcement to the detachment there stationed SETTLEMENT ON THE ALBERT.-- A gen- tleman just arrived in town from the Al- bert River, bringing Mr J. G. MacDonald's private mail, has kindly given us the follow-   ing information :--"W...

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KILMORE HOSPITAL MEETING. TUESDAY, JAN. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 February 1866

KILMORE HOSPITAL MEETING. TUESDAY, Jan. 30. ----O----- A special meeting of the Hospital Com- mitttee for the purpose of considering tenders for supplies for the ensuing year, was held at Kelly's hotel on Tuesday evening. The members present were the President (Mr. Taylor) and Messrs Bossence, Arcus, Wilson Hartnell, the hon. sec., and Dr. Nicolson. Tenders as follows were received and considered - Cor~ss niD LNTERIMENTS. John Wiesel.............. £2 10s Henry Bosseace .......... £2 14s ir. Arcus moved that J. Wiesel's tender Seconded by Mr. Bossence. FIREWOOD. Henry Wissel.........4s 5d per ton.. Michel Finnelly...... 4s l0d ;, Dr. Nicolson proposed that H. Wissel's tender be accepted. Mr. Areas seconded the motion. Carred. BREAD. Thetender of Michael Herbert, at 9¼d per lb loaf, being the only one received was acepted on the motion of Mr. Hayes, seended by Mr. Hartnell. The tender of Mrs. Flinn for the supply of malk at 5d per quart, was accepted on the motion of Dr. Nicolson. As ...

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Tuesday, January 30. (Before A. M. M'Crae Esq. P.M., & M. K. Beveridge Esq. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 February 1866

Tuesday, January 30. (Before A. M. McCrae Esq. P. M., & M. K. Beveridge Esq. J.P.) Michael Stapleton was fined 5s for being drunk and disorderly. James Thomas v. E. Cole for wilful iniury   to private property, value 30s. Defendant was ordered to pay the amount or go to gaol for three days. Timothy O'Brien on a charge of being drunk and disorderly was discharged with a caution. E. Dwyer v John Todd for using threaten- ing language in a public place. No appear- ance of either party.

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