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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 April 1865

rAGENTS FOR THE " FREE PRESS." -0 M KESSi S GORDON& A ?OTCB, .1 COli~.. re I vl wret, Melbourne, beven app.ild A for this Journal. Mr HEYNSCHAL, of SEYKO , i bae ap pointed Ageat for ths ?h?ral t. ditrit Seymour. kr MARONEY, Teasber, Byl 4 L bes mp pointud Aeat for this Jomralim that diJriet M? QIN'i, Storeseper, UROADJIOD hs tbeen aprointed Agent lor this 5a erlin w bm ford distric. Me..srnDrN&KELLY, Stor. paU.DAULING. FORD, Big Rirer, has been appointd a sa Is that cistrict for this Journal. THE KILKORE -REE PURS8. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNIIN AT SYD)EY sTBaiT, ILKmOIsU. rPBE tnerms fo advertiig In the Eitawre 2 Pr ess are asunder: TWO SHILLINGS AID UIXDENCB 13 INCeH. A rednction of tea per rat will be hed" ia idvertisements ordend for eas moth twisty pw ce?t for two months; and thirty-three per at three mothe :~-brjyod which time a speni aempa maet ail be made. The terms of subecription tothe Jbmmr Ah mr will be 64 6d per quarter in bow, sad ITo I if pud to th...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT THE KILMORE POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 April 1865

~ARlUAL, ' iDDESPATCII OF MAlLS j TILE KILMOBE. POST-OFFICE. O3 j m& j f D4 Arisu D.sirme D.&lly ai 730 rer ;pc t d Ds'y st 4/ ýp·m, & p in. (3lr c'. yB 1) ir-bwrock - I e neod). - LrertittoScii Mnentos t ofur, foe--G3 Ts u;b'rg a: -Bairon 4 L .oir d TWlarm.-k f featLb,± t Iy ~ Tue'., Tbnwsit, awi u. - , WrcL, .lx -e.4(ii ek - 5ta.,it 1 rt~Fr. L n4,a i'-e~a-.r~ .Won'a Point Taea,, Thire,, and4 Won , Weil.,:end 1Ltldock jSa. at 2 .m. Fr'Lot 3.45 p.m. Tui..,,Truw.'., and ' Tha,Th.i~e, & Linee~e~' S . 3 O nm. 4- t. tI5 .r. The isfng baits are eLktr'd dily (-:uid.r. .1 c lted) at 7~O p=,n and Mfr ]JLdot'r box at :330 Itni. .;firy oiert are hisued dji; (canafs c;inip-ed) f* s f1, a~n.t.23 30 pan".

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRIGHTFUL PETROLEUM FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 April 1865

RITGiITFiT. PETPOL: I7 FIRE. The most terrii!)e ;onfltrgdattion tb'i- 11: occurredi in 1 huiadeipihiiu: e tin." grPi of July, 1 5O, tookt place tni1j "'orn Before n)roeeedirng to narrate Phe horrors oU fi;e caltvili. we will describe tII l -!- 1rt wihere the (ire: dm tragedyx-iis., Ll.i 'lred. 11nth :`tre' -, belo'w AI'- Iicit(ton *I`tte I'? loci h rre of mmwpi.ll ;Ilvuut,- by respcta.ble I £ ncilies of liitd. the mean.; ta iiouI-" h r .--"' we 2liuld 11:I,'~' fOr~ hoa 2 to t15{ l'! 1 a'ear. Te e !te stret ;;tr elow le ',!ni X street is Ellworth, cud tihe next i I eidra 1 l i J : i :1a : : a·i s t r e e t :; i i , .i I( ; C i n " : w t ; the t eif .'l°J ( hen 117'ii i~li the .1. throe unon1 Ninth stiLot. Oa the n '.;OllUth W est cornor oi finth ani d a:.iid;.v streets there is coal yard belonging to Messrs. Dhail, and Porter; arid irtuieeh.i.t:ý wxest of this Upon V~ a hPirttofl straet was an )pen lot, upoIn waich lrckb;4riIn and Co. hil betwe.. 2J-,1U and : 1ci.I b 'rrels of coal o...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 April 1865

MISCELLA31EOUS EXTRACTS. DBSTRUCTIVEB STonit.--The rort Denison Ti1 records a series of disasters which have lately tss place at the Lower Burdekin. About the sametic last year.s aheavy flood carried the schooner it Friends into a mangrove scrub, leaving her high . dry. On :'the 8th ult., about .10 p.m., a fu?~ hurricane broke over the same locality, appare coming in an E.B.E. direction, duing an immn amount of damage, in fact about as much as it co 'do, as it either totally or partially destroyed theh buildings erected there. Emerson's publicehonaa a 'well-nigh levelled with the ground, clothing and o. light articles carried away a distance of more than! quarter of a mile. Six sheets of iron were rent torn down from the store, together with the bstte to which they were fixed by 3in. nails. RochIfo public-house "was rendered a complete wreck, 5r Hogarth and Hume's store suffered the samen Allan's-store escaped with the exception of the r which want, flying away, on the wings of the ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 April 1865

- A··I1~ Tw----)--- n- LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. 1 AGRICULTURnALAnEn.vs.-Amoingsttheareas thrown, open for selection and leasing :at fMelbourne is one in 1oranding contaning f 5,630 acres, and the date it first opens is the,2Ind of iMy. .It; includes,-part iothe ,t -parish of G-oldie, .watered by: tribrteRit f of the Deep Creek, extending from one to i four miles east and from one to 31 miles, ' north of the township of ILanetid;d .and d(escribecl as folloWs.-" Agriclfturllea'df t Morauding, coutics of Bourke and IDl'housie' b parish of Goldie, situated at and extending. ( from one to foar miles castward and from; l one to three miles and a half north from the. i township of Libeeficed; Commiecinfig at'a a point on the Deep Creek intersectd.I by the j eastern boundary line of thetowiiship of Lan ccfield; thencenortherlv by said e'stern bouu dary and a line 'three niles' fiftive chains, more or less; thence easterly by northern boundary of surveyed lands in the parish of Goldie four miles ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AMERICA. THE LATE PLACE NEGOTIATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 April 1865

A~MERICA. . Il 11 *-c-- -· · o TIlE LATE PVACE .:EGOTIr.TIONS. a t We have by the mail news from New c York to the 11th 'ehbrturv. President Lin-. V coln's account of the late peace negotiations t was received in C'on. _nc,. en the 10th.,- It is h of considerable lner.th, ,nd is very "complete i. in its details, -n :rr, eting the circumstance of c Mr. Blair's visit to Richmond, and supplying tl all the dispatches preliminiarv to the meeting e: of the President with the Confederate Com-. o missioners in IHampton Roads, asm well as e: giving a report cf tle proceedings of the con- b ferenee itself. Thnuzh lMr. Blair went to b Richmond with the consent of the Govern- ! ment, he had no autthoritv to speak or act. for it. Mr. Dav-i sent a. letter bh him ex pressing his wil!inw ess to send or receive h commissioners, annd Mr. Lin cln subsequlntlvy i stated his wiln-lu es to rrceive gentleieni t informally cho:, on behalf of tihe Caoifetd: d erates, with the ,ibjeoct of securing peace on t...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 April 1865

-rNOTICE. 'TR? Qstinete for Futs-Tiasir to the Free Trss v-U e-me, ce cn the 2tc3In MErri, 3i-4 Jitrr, 23-d itatieer, atJ 23-4 D.-eerx bee. Premnu rabnot wah4traw thei- nase terom the rtol of S.h'itrerei .wic..t }t.yfrg up to the eei or the nisrrimt quartkr. !(-'w r~Then g a fhr wdt4rkii at. Er? ti.re b7 - Sy i.' -bIt eui -tios ipr.- 'isto to the n rind it. ite . YVjarer rrmaint g itui x ifft. Adt*zi,-mente reeitrc-4 'o w iteie up t ,Ifw -: *t Ehe cly pesVtL-'tC i- liiti 'n. E eb .4 o-WU3mDZt a ". ii b.a upx ti, msnna.etipt the I t-lw f :tt.ioa 'Eqfljeq . %Vt: eio i!nrt.c i i.e ae aes.t in rrfce ic to ce " mheref +i@ ri-Le. tte & -t of f. ' iU I oontprt: r u ti2 ccM17(tCr nt ed, ee "sda ez'i'r, ,4 ci er-r-d a '..u'1i4r ly. N dtice to wubdr., in tert tt ew-ea: * ict d to ghi et in Ai r:. ta e r ct ua ' ,r rji f rýiscrtt Ce ie' tbeH-d n i . ',t~r add otiI

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KILMORE COUNTY COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL 21. (Before His Honor Judge Skinner.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 April 1865

KILMOIRE COUNTY COLURT. ---j--. FRIDAY, AIrL 21. (Before His Honor Judge Skinner.) His Honor took his seat at ten o'block and disposed of the following cases; Hunt and another v. louse, for £100. Notice of discontinuance of action was given by plaintifs, who were ordered to pay I £23 is. 4I. costs. CAUSEs UsNDER £20. Ritehings v. Archer, for £1 13s. Verdict for amount and £2 14s. 10d. costs Young v. Archer, for £1 11s. (d. Verdict Ilelms v. Woodward, for £1 Is. Od. Verdict for £2 12s. 10d. costs, the amount sued for having been paid. Gibbons v. Leary; struck out. Same v. Wooulward; struck out. Doyle v. Crane; struCk out. Douglas v. 1tartnell; atruck out. Burston v. Quin; struck out. uindley v. Ryan; struck out. Same v. Portbury; struck out... Maloncy Brothers v. Cahill, for £18 lOs. Verdict for amount, and £1 17s. Sd: costs. Same v. Hatton; struck out. J)wyer v. Cain, for £2 12s. Verdict for ant&int and costs. Ciwkae v. iaeintyre, for £3 2'. Gd. Ver dict for amount and costs...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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MEN-POODLES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 April 1865

3MEN-POODLES. FROM THE LEIDER. There are men, or creatures like men, and in Melbcurne many of them, whose best clas sification is that of poodle-men. Your ge. nuine man poodle is a bachelor; he is :n the shady side of forty, or thereabouts, and usu ally lives at a club. The best bred species of poodle-men are Government officials ; I don't mean of the clerkly sort, but of that which allows a fair exercise o: personal indepen dence, and a very considerable treedon from control. TI:e man-poodle, as I have said, is u~uallv well advanced into middle life. He has never wired in the sense that other men do. Inconstancy of attachment is a characteristic of quadruped poodles, as well as a disposition to freeboot amongst the other sex. Your man-poodle is in no respect different. Living at a club, wifeless, his sympathies wander to the wives of other men. The man-poodle is generally to be seen run ning at the heels of some fair dame. Envious of the felicity of Benedick, he endeavours to sham ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MONDAY, APRIL 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 April 1865

MoD?AY, APRIL24. Present:-I The Mayor, and Councillork Sugden, Iludson, Areus and Thomas. Theiminutes of the previous meeting were readdan confirmed. Councillor Arcus brought up a repoi t of proceedings of the Conference Meeting, held at Laffln's hotel, on the 18tih instant, and on the motion of the MLyor, seconded by Coun cillor Hludson, it wai received. Some conversation0 took A1ace relative to a tendcr accepted last meeting for laying wattr. pipes. Mir. Dean, the person whose tender vwas accepted, was willing to take up the contract for laying the pipes without main tenance." On the motion of Councillor Sugden , seconded by Councillor Thomas, fresh tenders were ordeled to be called by next meeting I for the laying and maintenance of the water Accounts as follows were passed for pay inent:-Town Clerk, £8 Gs. Sd..; Town Sifr veyor, ':s 8d; Bate Collector, £1210s3 Sd. ThI'en'feetiiig theintdjournel.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1865. A WORD ABOUT RESERVOIRS AND THE STEAM PLOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 April 1865

-0--s--- TSIUISD~A , AP1ITL 27, 11333. A: ."1i) T ABOUT lISEERVOLh 1M) TIHE STFAM PL9OUI I . Tin he been a ifearfU AM I-' for dr ug1lt :snd bukh fires, 2ad tbie ntve.rity of Colkleting the storms water in articiCL ru rvoirs has been madIe painflilly app,:treat, whethier fur tug eit.inRuL.hii;' +if tirc;t:, thwt irti rn (R f I the lad, or fbr mill purpose?., rnd we? rwie i to think t :'r the Govcrnment. on their ?. ti , "ac , have -'_ct ;as.de . a larg sum of iŽnc. with :uoh vies-:, ;which, X.:ol i co untow;.ri 1e0i: u occur I: twcn thei t'.o liouses of itP:::liacnt--ic cc queni oe cfthlunnexatcun I of the iropo'ed New Tnmifi "ill to the Ap p propriatiou Act-will no doubt become avail able. At any rate we :,hould pre-s upon the various municipal and other corporatebodies' the necessity of iiot losing sight of this pro posed boon to the Australian settler. That which is not continuously suplphed in this jcli~Kh? by fiatu re must be supplied by oui intelligence and our united action. A...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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DEATH OF CARDINAL WISEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 April 1865

DEATH OF CARDINAL 3VISE3IAN. A seriou3 illness, which from the flrst reemed likegl to prove fatal, has terminated the career of iicholas, Cardinal 3Wiscmuan, lie died on Wednesday. moi-n{g Feb. tlith; in the 63rd year of his age. The deceased was greatly respected by all classes and ile. nominations, as evinced during his illness, when daily inquiries were made by the re spected of every creed? The great ability, research, eloquence, and dignity of the de ceased cardinal 'were rcdognised by iall who admired intelleceual vigour; and his demise has caused in the ranks of science a: gaii not easily filled up. We extract from "Men of the Time" the followingbiographicalketch; of Cardinal 'Wiseman : Cairdinal Nicholas Wideman, the chief of the Roman Catholic Church in Eng!and, was of mixed Iriih aud Spanish ,extraction, and was born at Seville in If12. At an early' age he was brought to England, and placed in St. Cuthbert's College, Ushaw, near Dur. hamn. lie vas thence removed to the Eng...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 April 1865

CO IEEiRCI , ITJELLITGE\CE 11 LM:OF., Yit7rar: i 2. tt8. Ii p+ bm.bh I I :QT 7 Rr±.TLFL P. IC A t to - -, S t!! aft, , ., 6 ~ w~ w . . . 'POfSt is. t -t - - R- ~ H1ub.~. -i - -. -i w. C if a.5 6 p f 'A erniA rWn fl ttb'. £& I0-OL4 i':,r4...tp: £ t 3."IE w. I - rs arý qWs ~rnp . .stiemth Gac :-.. . t - ý .4i ;Ž : i -.-tcrtci - - ITTr c.gk-FFt ~BI fsjfC. IC;' 4 6r Berslra rsd Frde- ir -· e4-n.L. rows - flrr 4- 9 i. M ef -r O p.i~-~er rrn1e '' 2 r r-Fro~nt tbe' EerliTde quit- it~e fit= j F1ur, Act-Je am.3 to fm lot T.mvtr:!3, 129 1'- -~ePL~ T,.2A IO x pi _.n _ ..___,.. .. THy. sr;, JE t :L7 s int&esiev, T IO5ialA0 -' bnw, L3 15a toL 104IN WAsaauvrL-We q-te the fuflw: :.arr lii Lii dcil:-'Iltring the weekthemadst tforrte' iZ V1'' u~-e asw .cwhat; 1t-mer.7orne, i4dot 'iatt a:= i!or. r. tiugh not hatirgadvanced in price, k c.1. cs.- :r.iyrrc. Tee ruts are t riwuiiig tt; ai -.t t-a. , asiI ter. ctat-ii'. s yet to ure4- Iba-i. cr a and'- kO rcr frcii: t'.e sort-tc~r~~ i-ta e...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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THE IRISH CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 April 1865

THE IRISH CHURCH. The following extract from the "Irish   Times" of a speech of Mr. S:clly's in the   House of Commons, on Tuesday, February 14th, will serve to show the state of the Es- tablished Church in Ireland :— "Mr. Scully rose to call attention to the   recent exer.i-ie of public patronage with re ference to the benefices or parr'hes of Clon priest. F'rrahy, a?ni Carrigrohae, in the county of Cork; and to move for returns, in tabular form, -hogin as to each of those be nefiec~ cir pariste'-the date of the last per sent.ttion; the name or title of the patron ; the ra?re of t:he present incumbent; the an nual value il,::ding any glebe or glebe house : the chu-c'h accommodation; and the paputtion *. cec rdicg to the Government ernsus r,t" l?31 and 1561 respectively; dis tirguishi g :. :o each parrsh the number of Protestants from the Roman Catholics. He said that these three benefices offered a very fair saml lJ- of the general condition o...

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 — 27 April 1865

-AL A COLMPAMNY BBLC Established for FIRE INSURANCE, ASSURANCE OF LIVES, FIDELITY GUARAN I EE, hNDOWMENT8 AND ANNUITIES. FIRE INSURANCE Effected at Current RE DUCED RATES of Pr-mium. Prin:ipal Offices: 53 Elinbcth street, and 2 Collins street west, Melbourne. CaPITAL £250,000, with power to increase. DIRECTORS: The Hon. Robert Stirling Anderson, Chairman John lalf?y, Eeq, J.P The Hon. James Stewart Johnston, M L.A. The Hon. Captein M'Mahon, M.L A. Michael O'Orady. M.L.A. William Richard Vage, Eeq. I'te Hon. David Elliot Wilkie, M.P., M.LC. SrVyEYOR & 8VALUATOR : Robern Kerr, Eeq, J P. MEDICAL OFFICERS : J. P. Motherwtil, M.). I W. Gilbee, Su'geon. The dis ir.ctive `fsturre of this Company are, that the prr8fs realised in ,ach branch of the bueiners of Fire, Life, an:" Guarantee are shared in by the policy -ole.ers. Fire Iusurauces eTeected at current rates of preo MICHAEL O'GRADY, Managing Director. Aget for Kilmo'e:--JA9. W. OSJi)tN. BEWARE OF COUNTERFE HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND...

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 — 4 May 1865

ADV ERTISEI3ENTS, SPRINGFIELD ROAD DISTRICT. ELECTION NOTICE. j MEETING of the ELECTOR3 of the.abore .1 district will be hela at the edice of the Board, y'tude at MhJ.rne'a Store, Sprirgfiell, on Friday, the]9t9 day of May, 1865, fr the purple of Ei EC - INGONE ME EIeER for toe Sp-ingfie!d Disrtie: Road Board, in the place of Mr. Garret Oahll,. who re-igned. Nominations of candir'ates fir election r'ust be delivered to the undermigun? at his resi'ence, Piought Inn, Lancefield Road, on or b-fore Tnursday, the 11th May insr. Nom'na?lono to be maere in acncordance with the provisionsa ccntained in the 8- end 8·5 see ions of the I ?ccal Gortrnment Acr, ~7 Vi,'oria No. 176 MARTIN FORD. Returning Ofli?er. Springfi Id Road B'Ird Office, 4th May, 1865. LANCEFIELD AND SPRINGFIELD ROAD BOARDS. - TENDERS. TENDERS will be received by the above Boards up to two o'clock p.m. on MONDAY, the 8th inst, (at Shee-en's Royel Mail hotel, R ms-y) for the ERECTION of a ERIDGE over the D ep Creek. Plans an...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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DARING ESCAPE AND RECAPTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865

DARING ESCAPE AND RECAPTURE. The inhabitants of Maryborough were dis turbed in the course of their usual business avocations, on Wednesday afternoon, at about half-past two o'clock, by a violent ringing of the gaol bell, followed by a rush of several policemen towards the scene of commotion. On making enquiries as to- the cause of the uproar, we learned that a prisoner named John Clinton, who was committed for trial at the Majorca Police Court, on the 24th of February last, on the charge of burglary and attempt to murder Dr. Southee, on whose premises the burglary was committed, had made his escape by scaling the outer wall of the gaol. The first alarm was given by the ringing of the bell, and Mr. Shegog, the senior-turnkey, who was engaged in the garden, caught sight of the absconder as he was making off, and suspecting something different from the ordinary course of events, made after him on foot. Mir. Gifford at this moment came up, and, with M:r. Hutchinson, warder Gaynor, and o...

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 — 4 May 1865

IISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. The following is a recipe for the c:u'e of diptheria, from one who has assured us that ,ut of a thousand cases in which it has been u-.-1l not a single patient has been lost. The treatment consists in thorojighly swabbing the back of the mouth and throat with a wash made thus-table salt, two drachms ; black pepper, golden seal, nitrate of potash, alum, one drachm each. Mix and pulverise, put into a teacup, which half fill with boiling water, and then fill up with good vinegar. Use every half hour, one, two, and four hours, as recovery progresses. The patient may swallow a little each time. Apply one ounce each of spirits of turpintine, sweet oil, and aqua ammonia, mixed, every four hours, to the whole of the throat, and to the breast bones, keeping flannel to the part.-New York Daily News. The Tarrangowar Times says-'" A ras cally young thief, ewho has long been a nuis ance to a certain locality, got well punished thle other day. A well-known tradesman of _Ml...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR BOROUGH REPRESENTATIVES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865

OUR BOROUGII REPRESENATIVES. TO TUE EDITOl. TUE TREE PRESS. Sxn,--As a ratepayer, may I ask permis sion of you to insert a few remarks of mine on the conduct of our Borough representa tives. I war'soI~ bwhat surprised at the man ner in which some'bf these "immaculates" treated your application for a share of the advertisements arising from the business of the Council. How unfortunately for rou to have been an Irishman; had you hailed from any other quarter I presume you would be received more favourably. But, "beg from beggars and you will never be rich." In deed I could scarce credit that any body of men assembled to represent the public inte rest of Kilmore could come to such a one sided, not to say prejudiced conclusion. Suppose the Irish composed a majority in the Council, what would the other portion of the ratepayers think if they were to exclude the " Examiner" and give all the advertise ments to the "Free Press ?" Would they not rise with one voice against such an un warrant...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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