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THE QUEENSBURY STREET TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 February 1866
THE QUEEKSBURY STREET TRA. GEDY. (FRSo TIax ERRALD.) 0 o- An inquest was held on Saturday last by Dr. Youl, the city coroner, on the body of Mary Light, who was found lying dead, and with her throat cut, in the house of her hus band, John Light, a carpenter, Lansdowne Place. The husband, who had been arrested on suspicion of murdering the deceased, was present in custody. The jury having viewed the body and the premises, the following cridence was taken :--Mary Best, wife of John Best, a gas-fitter, deposed that she had known the deceased and her husband as neighbours for the last three months. She had seen Mrs. Light about midday on Fri day; she was then apparently quite well, and in her usual state of health. John Light, the husband of deceased, stated that his late wife was thirty-one years of age, that she was addicted to drink, and had had the hor rors, but not for some months past. De ceased had attempted to commit suicide more than once. Witness went to his work about hilf pa...
MONDAY, FEB. 19 (Before J. K. Trainor, and F. W. C. Beavan, Esq's J. P's. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 February 1866
IMONDAY, FEB. 19 (Before J. K. Trainor, nr FP W. O. Beasan, Esq's J. Ps.. Mari. Eleanor, Es.e An, Tereas, Bridg't and Evanrlina Alrri were as o sera to the Industrisl School for rseven ear, a. regl ted children.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 February 1866
AGEYIES FOR TEE "FREL Pi3."3 -0 E3Bf G 6EDOS G OoTCH, cf C· iuirtrews .y r 3ie ivlrr, rhave been appointed Agent. b T? irrra: *ý KIZL~WE FREE PRE~SS. rr FIT BL CJ SiIB·E ) m%~ `yEZX' YJ I; AY MORN N6 AT hTD)EY 881bThlhf T, L1LOitE. m t4 T!G. fa.: ti'rr'~eirLg in th8 eileeare Frf Press tre ea nrder : lrwO SHILLIGS A:1D ) SIXVCE PER 11W!!. A rrdtria! tim per cet slil t trade :;r gnittireELrtB ordered fur one month; twenry tne et fcr tw0o' rothi; and th~ir.th-ee per cent fi.r ca r e rcr.ii . :- t"'l o d .!L i ch t:m l a ,ec a l a rra g e- i zertwil b:rrr~e. Ite terms of subeription to the XilmoreFiee Preis w e6i,'x gd pz: qaarateein town, asd i. 61 if poittd the e_>ont7. SURGEON & ACCOUCIEUR, rt ~EI'S Pct Z, xi mose, fo- f n "ini!rr. H-idfnt BSarcn tot~eCo ''tr Ettpitta1.fEvrt, RE'JVETED TO _L NEY n:FELT, 31 D100 TO iOLGL cS=t Hx:tL APOTILECAIIES IALL, i!DIS3Y STREEIP, X!LUO43R NMi DOOS 10 lOAL OAK0 OTKL. j'r i 7 :"'rt iirg tC :i:fn"a !i-e irf. aýýittrta of 1 ýrCand reini~ru...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 February 1866
KILMIO-E MESCAN"ICS INSTITUTE MENEFIT OF THE KiILMOIIE HOSPITAL. THE KTLM-ORE AtIA1'EUB DUI3ZATIC SOCIETY hap the hbcnor to azrneUrc that tt- y iI £virs a pelo. oaue for tiL- benefit' & ei ab~ve tutitnti on MOSDAY sal T ;SDAY', t.. 5b atd Gla of MARCH, ISGG. MY DAT, MARCH THE 5th. t1 ,en f arcee will rmmetiec I vti the grmt -utikal Dznns is three -et, entitled THE LARFOAED FIX CL iWrtLV rOsrzu SZ3CL CL4rzel T~ v (Qovcr cf a b 4t in Cont. "I).......... «....A. IL Elder. Fredeick Dlrraz.i a (.n cfieer in the N .rl) _ r. 11 am Bob Shsy, (s eaa'an under iti ctmmvi ) -.....«.» J. Wrt~eIL. Simaes Bwicveefr -+ta, to2'&Tars)I .J W3li, s, ( WerecitraMd landlord cI the D .lpI.i.) ito Im~.............................. r. HIut. Zatt W~rrrlter _......_.._...._. B s-r Toss Cl t'ý «.«.«...«...«..«.. . f., . Him'. c'.or ..d fl. ir irerrnr AStrieger (.lip rbed on t*e eoa.t).i). Wjlie. JJi (a;es Cdtrerrcs _...._:.._) LH'y Mary, (lvr attrudat anti dafhcr at) Amvttu are. Gaint.) ta~ie S...
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 February 1866
NOTICE. ':a Quarters fcr .'bh-riptocn to the Free Trees will commence ott tie 2Zid Marrch, 23 d June, 23-td ieptemb;r, and 23 d Decenber. P. rrrg cannot withdraw their ra'rea from tihe roll ot Sabeeriters without oeyirg vp to the end cf the ci'.ent uartbr. Nlw meuriberw can 1-e .nrclled at eri ti ro by - ay nga tub criftion p-Tporticnate to the pcried in the quarter rcc'aini- g nnEZrirrd. Ad'ertieenen's re--ired fur r(&i ip ue up to two r.s.on the day prerious to puhl;batik~n. E-ch eri ntrie'i ent shculd boar upon the manusacip the rmnbe of =n~ert-re reqti: eJ. When eto inaeruo i-,n, erc rftt in trefernce to the runihrr .f igerii i.., the etverti* me- t ·tll be continued until ouigcratancred or date eht'mn, and chsrged accordingly. Itice to withdraw an adrertiemenet should to giwa in All crder to aitr or drecontirue advr .e'resne mast be mnade in wtiting, ard fTd'rd to eoe be'tre tix p.m. en the Tureday of esoha werk.
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 February 1866
'ORIGINAL CORRESPONDE-N CE. THE POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK. o- (rO TKH EDIToX OF TrE FREE PRESS.) Sr,-1 great advantage has been opened to the laboring dss and youth of the country ruugh the Post Offie Savings lapks, and yet there are few so far who avail themselves f it. Here laborers can go every Saturday ;-lin betwteen six and eight o'clock and de i*t ?.?td as much of their hard earnings as y -an conveoenntl, spare, thus securing it :cL the greedy and avaricious inducements rk'r ly held out to them on those occasions S"i'ander foolishly and to the detriment of t:r constitutions ?hat they earn under the ,g' heat and hardship of an Australian ' Aain, the fair domestics of the colony, %1` earn their wageshard also, would do well t a?il themselves of-this institution by get t;g thir wages monthly or quarterly and Vltinsg it in the 9avings Bank. This uud be more sensible in young women than ilel-ring their money in unnecessary dress. People when they get hold of money ' not eay until th...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 February 1866
NEW SOUTH WALES. s SYDNEY, T&EsDAr. t James Armstrong, who was charged at the Criminal Sessions, on the 13th inst., with t wilful and corrupt perjury on the 8th of , December last at Liverpool, when giving ev- t idence at the Court of Petty Sessions, and whose case was postponed for the arrival of witnesses from Liverpool, again surrendered to his bail to-day, and having been found "Guilty," was sentenced io three years im prisonment with hard labor. The trial of the man Willis, for rape, was then heard, and the jury, having retired, re turned into court saying they could not agree upon their verdict. We have received Port Danison news via Brisbane, to Monday night, which mentions that Mr. M'Intyre and two men of the Leichardt Search Expedition were on the Thompson River on the 12th of January, travelling towards Aramac Creek. 120 miles off. They had had rain, and the camels and horses were iuaprov~ng in cendition. lie (Mr I'Intyre) intends recruiting at Aramac before prosec...
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 February 1866
MIISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS The HIome News has the following report of the judgment in the'great case of Dalli more v The . Queen. Oar files- are silent upon the subject.-"Qaeen v Ddllimore.- This was an appeal from the colony of Vic toria to the Judicial Committee of Privy Council, involving a question as to the rights of the Crown to 13,009 acres of waste laud in Australia. The Crown contended that they had power to dispossess a person al though a lease had been promised. The respondent, on the other hand, con tended that the Crown had no such power, that the object of the Legislature was to give encouragement to parties in the colony to cultivate the waste lands and keep up pos session of the 'runs,' and they also contended that the local Iegislature could only deal with waste lands, and not with legal lights. Judgment was given in the case on the Imor ning of the 21st December, by Sir IE.. Wil liams, who, after minutely commenting upon the arguments, said that the court were un anim...
LANCEFIELD ROAD BOARD. Monday, Feb. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 February 1866
LANCEFIELD ROAD BOARD. -0---- Monday, Feb. 19. Present: Messrs. Graham, Wragge, and Riddell. In the absence of the Chairman, Mr. Gra ham was voted to the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The Clerk submitted a sheet showing an estimate of the revenue and expenditure of the Board for 1800, which was received.: A letter was read from the Assistant Com missioner of Roads and Bridges, forwaring to the Board the accounts and vouchers of the main road account, and requesting they should be supplied in a correct form.. The Clerk stated that the accounts and vouchers forwarded were as correct as they could be. Mr. Wragge proposed that a deputation be formed to wait upon Mr. Stevenson, As sistant Commissioner of Roads and Bridges relative to some main road that was gazetted with the consent of the Springfield and Lancefield Boards, to ask him for advice as to what steps should be taken to get the road made so'as the expense would come equally on both boards,...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 February 1866
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A complimentary dinner will be given this afternoon at 4 o'clock to Patrick Hanna, Es ., M.L.A ,by his constituents in and around Seymour. Rllotsx GRn.Ax Snow.--A meeting of gentlemen desirous of getting .up a grain show was held on Monday afternoon at R]obertson's Hllotel, Romsey. The gentlemen present were Messrs White, Birnie, Riddle, Vragge, MtInnis, Beasley, .Brothern and Keenan. Mr. White proposed that Mr. Riddell take the chair. Seconded by Mr. Birnie, and carried. Mr. White was ap pointed honorary secretary. Mr. Birnie on behalf of Mr. White took the minutes. Mr. White moved that this meeting deem it de sirable that there should be a grain show held this year as in previous years, and that a committee of the gentlemen present- with the exception of Mr. Wragge, who declined-be appointed to carry out the ob ject. Carried. Mr. Beasley moved that the show be held on the 20th March. Seconded by Mr. Keenan, and carried. The committee decided on meeting again on...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Feb. 7. THE BERTRAND AND KINDER TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 February 1866
NEW SOUTlH WAIIS. SYDNEY, Feb. 7. THE BERTRAND AND KIN'DEF. TRAGEDY. The juiry, whot were lo kc. uvp yestcr:.;.v vret ng in the Kinder murder case, were broulht into court Eefo:'. the Chief Ju tice this morning, when the fo'ea. n stated that the. ftund i, inmpossible to agrce. Thev were, thercfdjre, uisharg d, after a ?uoi iegal I .i:cus'oa, and the nor :0er ecrtrand was rC moced to his former curclyi in I.1li ghirst GCeol. 'ih coL ,':.` iihe p ,i,,ner at t'h 1. e'- *:ls th,'ou"-ou ihi trial, w?' i dicati:-e uo t' Tc t!e t uh;.cer. ' 'r - u et pc', the d(''.h, .,1 r . .=I thej spe:c:a U is it cu L h r.: tmp' . Im3 the : .;.a hbe ' mani'&eted ,n utter disre., ajd of i perilous pIsiti1n. nnd exhi;it. a consideralle aun-, t of sa'itv bravado bc'.re strnr- IHe . ks vith confid?nce about regi'nirng 'is ibertv. andl sys- that when he iS ac:,'.'e. . el w i reco'Ucii .c:: usiness, "tnd is co1tin 'int of n::iki:i! a rapid fortune. It is otw un1'dr.o t hliat Mrsi. Kinder wi e 2ut up, ...
TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 February 1866
VLE E~rf*YJ DiLSzLTC!IES. -4--o--- (fT2oai TAIZ Sura s). STDr EY, Eatirdav. 4:zxin th - night the sieamer Erl King, i :'.' ..r t of r pilot, ran on the rocks off znd rc=iued till high ,ltt: *- '=. rthen site got oif :=d Asa irn ii" i . s i(.Uc'?. It uiiS found `.i t Itno ua jt i- is B tiad's c 4e were n ialde to nd ::u1 tcre d izh;e r~ed at elevien oelk : ruing. Iie will be fried a" in neat ~~nne51 t . .orer ii sil is the Gou~hurn dis .'M. the actor i; dkugerousiy ii. The i'f Cai jostpoixd. 'i.. .i. '^.- The ti'.r£r h ; reauim-d - i "_w -i , *-_ a * s r l *jii3 S] tt e -- £7-, it.·f- Ji"Uis ;~le ~it r~·
[?] ABANDONMENT OF A SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 February 1866
L'Rt1MJItARY AlAtII ONMENT (iF' A CiEiP. 'The feiioý - ng ^.,s itre' re-iq Iced at Lloy'!&' r_"~ ir tf !e EJ~rr i-: thsh. 'ir Ralph h' ' "*' 1 Ir' .:; l crew, and t' .e-; ,? b. A :if' ; " :; ^kerd up, and Luthea tmfi' a' t i" (*'it- of (food Hop'e - 3 " )aL:. i . `-r rsi'iie, of te ba r dmr -.it :! I"ý ,7 lte . ondjecharr oL. the 24t i ýIrra 1LWý, (.; VjV'Cs to Lo~noo, .!tx with arlu-ie 't'arO o totO iad'-o g n.-3 ' t'r- t_-t, ,i whirfn i-n gale of .:ii d ofT the ClPpn o-ft Gclooo d~ c, * t~ e a !ru r iuae 104, nad the Uows~.r sror-urg at the o'uter en" """t r±t in n eihore-mst and fo-? top-s i no Tin- vZei (Ca perta a!rer t r' -cci';l'nt Thie nold iii iequi:ed to eyaable her to conitine'z her Tor- t ý, s a3 Jv ru;'1.~r fo;r alu h n r"d(.r t L'aere :. ("a I iPnt imtlit r hib on board. The dat after t=.e rrsda'- des lus tth shipn ?erenia parsed ine.. and oifrei assi. Lance, w-hieh was not ..'e p4z under the iui"rcý- I ion, apra ::entd thi-t nne ras rejuire L The Sir iRalph rl...
Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 February 1866
Prausmr D TntresAr xourimnIs. - I tHiURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1866. t TriT home papers to hand by the mail team with news about the Fenians in Ireland and America, and the trials of the rrisoners captured in the former place, where the greatest 'excitement has be. n manifested by the public during their incarceration, more espccilly during the trials before Judge Keogh, and Mr. 7astice Fitzgerald. Mr. Luby, editor of the "Irish People," and the first Fenian prisoner that has been convicted, has been tried by an "impartial" jury of his countrymen, found guilty, and sentenced by Judge Keogh to the very mod: rate term of twenty year.i imprisonment for the hideous crimeofits being suspected he belonged to a secret society denominated -'Fe nians," and for writing a few rather truthful articles not adapted to the the fastidious taste of the Engliish Government. And yet this isa Governuncut notoriousl for its cle. mency, beloved for its toleration, and ad mired for the admirable manner in whic...
DREADFUL COAL-MINE EXPLOSION.—THIRTY-FOUR KILLED AND MANY WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 February 1866
DIREADFUL COAL-MINE EXPLO S:ON.-TIIIRTY - FOUR KILLED AND MANY WOUNDED. At S o'clock on Wednesday morning an exp1osion co iirc-dcnUp took place at Upper Gethin Colliery,uear Merthyr TydrcL Thirty dead bodies were brought out of the p;t, and twenty two men have sustained serious in juries. The cause of the explosion is unknown. The proprietor of the pit is Mr. Crawshav, and the manager is Mr. M~oodv. Gethin Pit No. 2 i3 200 yards deep. The seam worked here is the " 9-foot seam," and this is 61 yards lower than the 4-foot vein, which is worked in Lower Gethin, some 400 yards lower down the valley. 'lhe pit is a most extensive one, but the measures are known to be very dangerous, and the use of the safety lamp is strictly enjoined. How this is fol lowed may be imagined from the fact that last week two colliers from this pit were charged with opening their lamps. They were tried before a magistrate and acquitted. Some of the men had strange misgivings as to the working this pit. On the ...