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TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, FEB. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 February 1866

TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES (rnoM THE HEALDL.) NEW. SOUTIH WALES. SYDNEY, FEB. 3. Daun arrived in Sydney, by the train, at 1 o'clock to-day. He was relove'd from the train at Newtown station to escape the crowd ass embled at the terminus to Lee him. Saxby's store at Gunning was robbed on Thursday, when tho sum of £100 was taken. A boy was on the same day robbed of his horse by an armed man, near Goulburn. The Thomas Woodward, a schooner, ar rived to-day, from San Francisco, with 3380 qr-sacks of flour and 750 sacks of wheat. 11er dates are to the 14th of December. The markets in California were very dull. The Thomas Woodward wailed in com pany with another vessel for Sydney, and left the Camilia loading for Mel bourne. The Avondhu, from Mauritius, brings 550 tone of s;grg.a

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEATH OF THE HONORABLE WM. C. HAINES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 February 1866

DEATI' OF TI1E HONORABLE WO I . C. IH hNES. - in (From t'e .felbcn'no Currerponrlnt cf the " Ben ciao Tndependernt'" The hen. W. C. Haines, MA.L C for the Eestern 1. Province, one of Iler Majesty's Etecutiva Coan'illor', r, &-, &-i, died on S 'urday aferrnocn at twenty mi- ti nu'es past fire at his houes at S'uth Ycrr., after a short but severely painful illeose. lie died full' of years and honors, heving held with crenit nearly every position of poli!icsl eminenca and state trust to c which an Evelish colknist can aapire. hIe was in b turn Chief Secretary, Trreaurer, and membcr of the n Lrgi:latire Council, and was more or les intimately associated with erety public movement end mest of t he public institutions of the country from a period long enterior to the discovery of gold i" Victoria. ia Shortly after the retirement from oflice of fir. Fosttr t Mr Hainrs becmo colonial secretary in the old a nominee Assemrbly, end for a long time retained an namount of politic...

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 — 8 February 1866

TO CORRESPONDENTS. To ensure tbo ine6rtion cf communications it ia absalutely necessary that they sholdd ba couched in moderate language, and written in the form of letteis. .....All communications intended for insert?ion mnu, be authenticatod by the name and addresa of the writer not necessarily for publication, but as a guaantece of good faith.

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ÆSTHETICS OF SOLDIERING. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 February 1866

IESTIIETICS OI SOLDIERING. Of course the unfortunate prevalence of the vice of drunkenness the bane, not only of our army, but of our people in ° general," is the principal reason for the distinction between our and other armies. It.would be most im politic to commit a dangerous weapon into the 'keeping of a man who is liable, fora time, under the influence of liquor, to lose the pro per control over his own actions. Nor, indeed, were our soldiers deprived of the honourablo distinction of wearing their baynots, till they had proved themselves, in numerous instan. ces, to bd'unworthy of:the privilege. But it is possible to allege othcir influences besides that of the national predisposition to intoxication, rs likely to have some share in causing tn. absence of self-respect for themselve, as men and soldiers, which could p-n-mit weapons, with whiclhthey have been entrusted for the service of their Queen and country, to be drawn in private brae ws, and perhaps against unuamed civilian...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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MR. O'SHANASSY'S ADDRESS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "FREE PRESS.") [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 February 1866

, I O'SH .ASSY'8 ADDRESS. (TO TIW ED~iOn or TAtE "F :E ?R7E53 ") 'Sir-Will ou kindl inform me if'any preparations are being Inade to present the Honorable John O'Shanassy, our late parlia mentar representative, with a return address for his' plain, open, pathetic farewell address to his constituents (not to say his past services to Kilmore) which proves fiow sincerely lhe had the inutcests and advancement of Kilmore at heart. Indeed we have an able substitute for him in his honorable colleague-R. D Irelaud and if Mr. Ireland attend to the interests of our town as well as Mr O'Shanassy did (which itiato be hoped he will) then we will have reason to rejoice in cur new representa tive. Our Reservoir. was . erected through MIr. O'Shanassy-with our Post & Telegraph ofti ces, and last notleast our IospitaL It is to be hoped therefore sir, that you, as a jour nalist, with others of our town and country gentlemen, will take the necessary steps (if they are not already taken) to pres...

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 — 8 February 1866

MISCELLANEOUST EXTRACTS. On the subject of the administration of oaths, the "Ballarat Star" has the follow ing :-" 'M?ny umen, many opinions,' may be borne out by wh:at mi b be as good a maxim, 'many magistrates, many notions about oaths.' the legal method of impress. ing on witnesses 'the virtue of your oath,' varies with the latitude of the judicial mind. Some occupants of the bench are death upon gloves, as fidal to the oath if the Bible be so handled, but others are not so exig:nt or analytical, and do not hold that *glove de stroys 'the virtue of your oath.' Some jud. ges hold the doctrine that an oath is irre trievabhl broken if the witness' leaves the court-house, and they will have a fresh oath for every time the witness puts his head out of doors during the conduct of a case,. but others have a larger faith in the continuity of an oath, and will make one swearing last a whole day, or even moio upon occasion. There are judges and magistrates who, if a plaintiff has a plurali...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 February 1866

BANK OF VICTORIIA. RE Ear IVY ý + ý" Ai idrnwF1 Fl t".4 nprrcý of 'lJlL. th O-n;n'.! Pi~nq r n~n~rnltio ý (ror rlIor!. it isI'°r°pL- nv fi'¶ ta,. B. rci .! -F$a Birtk aifl tre nened ;. thwt t'wn nn Wpj,3sadiv, let trrx naa.ert~. t f r,.e.mn~rn of Mr. 0 . R. W. Frasert, t.: o i r~e';.t ý4· r.' f ., e :iTtaI !irnnk .cl] .n 06c T s i in tLt oz~nntrtn oif tsat A !I Cna-r Ar -1!w..± F:; r re.. r'"ýi P 1e. ,r sit= 'rt. %" t ,t Orit.n's1 B w wllr 9 i e t aid byth l zu h of Fiet1Gr! J. Ma TEESO0N, General Uavosg -. ei k tr v ·qr I99 h Jai. i SSG. THE . CO L OML DaNK OF AUi s T UALSIA, ; - (1mrrporated tl Act d Cof nc±, 1556)' t T TfREI i A LLOOeF D OX ! , 1 r 3' T f t-ýr r=~.i, _ y ..t Parnm.t DRAFTS IS-fln all m'ut, eft E'aid, Irtlsnd 1ATIIIEW IIAYE?, 39 )38nesr

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LANCEFIELD ROAD BOARD. Monday Feb. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 February 1866

LANCEFIELD ROAD BOARD. Monday Feb. 5. -- 0-** The usual ordinary meeting of the Lance field Road Board was held at the usual place on Monday last. -The members present were: Me:srs HIaley (chairman), Graham, Wragge, Riddell, and afterwards I)r. M'Kay and Mr. Darby. The minjutes of the previous rmeeting were reand and confirned, after which correspon dence as follows was considered. Frbom oads and Bridges office enclosing certain forms to be filled tip for informifation. The Clerk a:.il tha:t the informnation :iougiht had already been supplied. From same office requesting that the you. chers etc. in connection with the main road. hbould be supplied. The Clerk said the docu. ments were already forwardecd. From Shire -Council of Avoca asking for ccrta'i information. From the IRoads n,:d Bridges oflice saving that a Surveyor from that department would be in the district on Thursday to inspect certain works; and "requesting some officer of the Board should meet him at the railway station...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Thursday, February 1. (Before the Resident Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 February 1866

KILM~ORE POLICE COURT. Thursday, February 1. (Before the Resident Magistrate.) fuisa Franklin r. Mary White; appli cation to bind over to keep the peace. Defendant was bound in two sureties of £10 each to keep the peace for three months.

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KILMORE COUNTY COURT. Friday, Feb. 2. (Before His Honor Judge Skinner.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 February 1866

KIIMORE COUNTY COURT. Friday, Feb. 2. -- o (Before His Honor Judge Skinner.) The Conat Court w?s opened on' Friday azol-co, and the whole of the business was ~. through before duak. The cases disposed ?=-ere rs follo'ws: W Hartuell v W. Metie, for £10 IS; rv.iEt for the amount, and £2: 2s. 4d. ~igg snd O'Connor r Ryan, for £J ~i I10; tcrdict fur the amount, and 7s. T. ?Bade r T. Fo'r, for £3 13s 4d; rer t for plintiff, for moimntand £2: 4s. 2d Darle v Cr.ane: strad? ou i Fortune v Dole ; struck outL i). MeIntesh -. J. Aitkin, for £6 9s.; r.-,ict for th._aamount, auLd.2.. .s.. Sd cost,. - - J. fder v. 8. Sutton; struck out. m=e v Forter and M'Kav; struck out -i M6kne?r Brothers v J. Lonms, for £4 i5s. T;rdict for the amount, and £1 s -1d. -me v Lrons and Day, for £1 9s. V edict for the amount, and £1 7s. 4d. rtts. Sugdien v Howden; struck out 1W Gilpin v T. Evan, for £15 11s. 10d. Ve?liet for the amount, and £2 2s. 2d. cons. E. Maloney r W. Clifford, for £4. VLn?~t for the amount, an...

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BYLANDS AND GLENBURNIE ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, February 7. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 February 1866

IBYLANDS AND GLENB1URNIE ROAD " BOAiRD. Tuesday, February 7. Present :-The Chairman (Mr. HIickey), and Messrs. Nunan and M3' Kay. The minutes of the previous'meeting were renad and confirmed. Correspondence as follon . was then con sidered. 1. From the Willowmavin Road Board, ansking the Board to co-operate in offering a joint reward for the conviction of the per son or person3 who wilfullr and maliciously set fire to Mr Curtain's corn stacks. From Roads and Bridges office asking for certain information. Tenders as follows were considered : SUPPLY o F MTAL OS MILL ROAD. £ s d. P. O'Connor ...... 178 10 0 T. Cahill ... .. ... 180 3 0 E. Fyan ... ..... 229 0 0 On the imotion ot Mr. jM'Kay, seconded by Mr. Nunan, the tender of Mr. O'Connor wa.: aceepited. TuN-Duss ron CIossIxG AT Gi.r.T's. Edward Commans ... £;5 0 0 P. O'Connor ..... 29 0 0 The tender of Mr. O'Connor was accepted. On the motion of Mr. Nunan, seconded by IMr. 3'Kay the engineer was instructed to ek:ar and form four chai...

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Friday, February 6. (Before A. M. M'Crae Esq., P.M., & J. K. Trainor, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 February 1866

Friday, February G. afQore . M.MC L, P & J. A.9 T rainor, q J.P.) Iiud.on V. J. Ashton, for £1 5s, goOd5 1 'O'd. Vet for amaount. Pdbert1 ioder. on a v-i?rse 'of being dmnk and ldisordprlv, ves lishir~e. game prisoner wiflned 10, for as"nulting a cn ta . DTu ddn Ji .T hr, for v·nuit. Diu wt119riithout prei'idice. 1'. O'Brien v. WL ade, for !I 10us. Verdict fr amount. Same v. same for L14 4., money lent. Verdict for amount. Pobert Stevenson was committed to the Melbourne gaol as a dangerous lunatic.

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TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. WOOD'S POINT. Tuesday, Feb. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 February 1866

TELEGRAPIC D ESPLTCIIFS. (FROM TIHE HERALD.) - T WOOD-s POINT: - - - Tuesday, Feb: 6. John Whitelaw, editor of the " Times and Mountaineer"-to-day chargeLDr. Nash with being guilty of a criminal libel. At the-close of the evidence;, the police mangistrate having intimated that a libel had been committed, the defendanti greed.to withdraw and apolo gise for the libellous letter, said withdrawal to be published inthe local papers. This was accepted by plaintiff Dr. Nash. J.IP', h.is been committed to take his trial for an as:ault, -with intent to commit rape, n. a patient., Tailhas been al lowedbof two atrctics at £ 3O0 each. Thecourt was denslycrowvded.

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APPEAL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 February 1866

APPEAL CASE. An appeal cse arising from a decision Oren by Ae-srs. Taylor and Hudson, J.P s, I in mth~ se. F. 3 Kenzie, scab inspector v. . D. Webster, for being the owner of 43 sepp some of which were found to be in feeted with scab. The subrtance of this case ppered in the " Free Press" a week or two :goo. His Honor upset the decision of the nrgistrates on the ground that the ownership was rat prord.

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WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, Feb. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 February 1866

WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD -o - Tuesday, Feb. (;. Present: The Chairmana (J. K. Trainor Esq.) .and 3'e-r. O'.rien and Mooney.. A letter was read fora tha Clerk, stat;T,; that lie was through il'r.c: a mabic to atte;:;d to take the minautes of the meeting. The Chairman took the minutes. ('CORRESPONDENCE. 1. From ??rds and Bridges ofice.. referring to conumunications sent from th:tt dep::rt ment, and expressing surprise that the Board took no notice of :them, and saying that he should, iu his annual report for parliament, .awing to absence of required accounts, have to represent that the IToard had failed or re. fused to comply with the law. The Chairman stated that he was of opin ion all the communications were auswered. biut in the absence of the clerk lie would not be sure. A iinute was inserted instructing the Clerk to reply to the letter and state the dates on which each of the communications had been answered. 2. From Kilmore Town Clerk, acknow ledging letter from the Board asking t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 February 1866

ADVERIfISEMETIS. KJlL31ORE HOSPIrAL. TEE BOA D of MANAGEIENT of the Kil. more Uoepitp. a] i1 receiv. tzi'cscae from persa~o wit lir' to r*epp'y tii fLaepi'al eiih meat, grrocric, ire ? 'Ii alt cc f c;. .r ",, and other t LtiA!ei of conaump. tic-, !., o1'v Irom tits let Mrsrne ncr. Tzn'dce wth eamphe to be rent in to i"?, Board, at l -ily'a h'.&-l 0.1 1ue.':- uenrn; the 1l~ iiFeb t Zt r I I je', !'`ce'de S Oc$t'Or. 'T :+dra `cr e i'tlinc the annual report, rulce, and f'.-zrip1i-n iit:cr the year i8y5, in reun&'lect fcrm, will be examinaed et the ease aim , the e urk to he completed one mLonth afer scf ptatiee of tndcer, SFormertendtr may be had on epilicrrtin to the lien. fats.) (11y crde ) J. C. Hasae Hon. See. Wamore, 17th Jua, 1866. Ai 0 T I C F. J. R I'MON A. KYLE B EG to thankt their numerous l riencr for their ktind~ favous durng th titr t'iry have been in busi ness as Butchersr in- the Now Tn~ri.rip. and to irnatm ihem that t1'ey have taken the Baiinee lately c...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, FEB. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 February 1866

SOUTH AUSTRNTI.IA. ADELAIDE., FEB. 3. The Register of to-div says that the pFs. sage made by the living Buck, nsh., from Newc.zAtie (in eight duys), affords a fine ex ariple for mail steamers. The Adelaide Cup will be run for on Wed nesday, the 1Sth of April. Th:e African :31id is loading for Bris bane. Thle iua.rd mail is due here on Thursday nett, and the outward mail will leave this on Saturday, tlhe 24th inst. :'aes of wheat were made to-day at S-. E2. The writ of Dr. Samuel Johnson resembled the fan of a Eurlv bu.!! who would tcsa a man mere! i-.: a sort of t:a'ctical joke. A rather sentimental young man one day plaintirely remarking to the great ,iaograp,,her : " Shahespeare was indeed right when he said ' All the world's a stage;' but he forgot to add that a farce was being played on that stage." " Sir," rejled Dr. Johnson, " life is a iragedy, and; you, ir, are a upcrnumerary" -Puck : San Frauciaeq Paper.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 February 1866

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.. During the polling on the 29th ultimno, at Seymour, for that division of the Murray Boroughs, a little "scene'' northy of record took place. A. disciple of Esculapius, having gone into the , polling-booth to exercise thts franchise, was, after giving lis name, told by Mr. M.'Cann, M.L.A., wha accompanied Mr. Graham Berry on his election tour, that..he. 'could not"vote, the name as given not corres ponding in spelling to tiat on the electoral roll. The medical man, indignant that such liberties should be taken with any of Her iMjestv's subjects-more especially himself in person-inimediately told Mr.i M'Cau he waaan impudent fellow,whereupon the M. L.A whose dignity could not brook such an insult, told the medical gentleman in language more expressive than respectful, that he would take it on himself to chastise hiim for his insolence. The matter ended in the doctor record;ng his Tote, and afterwards, we are told, offering to 4 decide it by resorting to the manly ...

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THE IMPERIAL AUTHORITIES AND THE VICTORIAN GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 February 1866

THE If PERLA T, AUTHORITIES AND THE VICTORIAN GOVERNMENT. -4--- (PIaox m= "S. Mf. IEnALD.") IT is not the custom of the Colonial Office to be precipitatt in its measures. It is right that a Governor under accusation should have t!1e oouortunitv fully to vindicate him self,::n, tht r{:o imputations, however strong, ehould 1"e acccpTed to his disadvantage until all he can allege in his defence has been tho. roughly considered. We can hardly doubt that the benefit of this rule will be fully conceded to Sir Charles Darling: The' course he has pursued has evidently resulted from an imperfect idea of his responsibili ties, and from the prosaure to which he has been continually subject There are thou sands of well meaning men who more smoothly on in the common affairs of life, and are ab3L to perform its duties, who lose all their presence of mind in an hoar of trial, and who, from want of experience and self-posscssion, become the instruments, and then the victims, of self-willed and desi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 February 1866

- pADYEIPTISEMENTTS STRALTI CREEK GOLD M INI!G COJIPANr;IIrAY ES' HITLL. KI ITE ' DIRE3.TOt of the asra- enq'mel o'mpaov R +i rr?1'fit trbdera for dirijn; 170ie. of tutnnel fing. Ten~rlr'to he sv't to Ketly'a 11-t. , nddr~aoed t'9meo hfore" S o'olcckto-i Tnradsyevening~8Iih Feh. next. tnrciflcahon to ba.es'n on ajplioation to J. C. iHayet REq. II~RY BROWNE, 'Tres.urer. ii micre lot Feb., ISGM. SC!1EDUDE A. APPLICATION FOR GOLD 3IM12NG LEASEF. rL E SET. T f 1 i n d er e tg n e1 , h ereb y Eir e n o tio s, th at alter the lspre of s. icn day. from the date he ecf, I will le'avi with the Wsrrsn of the Minirg Div a-on of Snndhurtt, n App icotion for a Goli Iining<Lcea,, the porticultrs whereof ara herrundsr art fort!' • ' A'ian : .... , * Amount cdf oney (1) 1.oclro ioce ity ; Name in full, of Applicant or Applit -'oposed to he Whether the foundratira of the cants, and asylo under whi It it in. Extent of Minimnmr number of Men to be enmployed inveeted; and in (2) Term for whi...

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