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Saturday, May 12th. (Before J. Taylor, Esq., J P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 17 May 1866

Saturday, diay 12th. -o (Before J. Taylor,. Esq.,. J P). .Teremiah Brcene charged with lieing drunk and disorderlyv was discharged with a caution; the same ifs fined 28s Gd for wil ful damage to private property and also or dered to pay a penalty of 20s. :William Waddy on a charge of assaulting a constable was discharged. Same on a charge of doing wilful injury to property was ordered to pay a penalty of 40s and £1 Ss Gd damages.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 17 May 1866

FUNERAL NOTICE.   ---0--- THE friends of the late MAURICE FITZGER-   ALD are respectfully requested to follow his       remains to the place of interment, the Kilmore Ge-   reral Cemetery. The procession will move from his late residence, Chintin, on Thursday, (to day) at 10 a.m. passing       Martin Ford's at about 2 p.m., and arriving at the       Cemetery at 3 o'clock.   THOMAS BOSSENCE, Undertaker. DIED. On the 22nd March, at Eglinton House, Round-   town, Co. Dublin, Ireland, Therea Mary Anne, youngest daughter of Henry Perce Cairnes, Esquire, and sister of E. M. Cairnes, Esquire, Kilmore, aged   18 years.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 17 May 1866

WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD. -0 Tuesday, May 15. Present;-The Chairman, and Messrs. Mooney, O'Brien, Curtain, M'Mauus, and Cleary. Mr. O'Brien proposed that Mr. H. J. Hunt, engineer, take the minutes of this day's meeting. The Chairman alluded to the fact that lie had carried out the wishes of thle Board with regard to advertising the notice in the local papers, calling applications from persons competent to fill the office of clerk to the Board ; also that lie gave his attention to the matter relative to the appointment of audi tors, and read a copy of a letter which he had forwarded to Messrs. J. C. Hayes and J. Cahill. A reply from the first-named gen tleman to the effect that press of business did not permit him attend. to the duties as requested, was read Mr. Mooney proposed that J W. Osborn, Esq. be requested to act as auditor. Seconded by Mr. O'Brien, and carried. A circular asking for returns, previously ordered but not supplied to Roads oand Bridges office was again read. The Ch...

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BANQUET TO MR. O'SHANASSY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 17 May 1866

BANQUET TO MR. (.'A':.'-;. . (.'rya the "ilHr.dd.") 'iTh blnlai t in honour of the lion. Joll: O'ia:;assy, on the occasion of his vi:;it to Euro. int t:' te steaer Gr at Brita'n, t,a),)i pl.-e on T':°:r d v c;eunIig at .'t.' Gorie': hull T" r:n w dw.oratd with f!.?g, :::: I r , tCm is.Cd the i a _jo l:- of t':._ :.i' izn. cft . helbourne and fromt i u, coantry towns. I Amca tt t': were 1lo RDtI) Ire Ild_, ITL_1,. _ 'elou,:, -Y L.C.. . D -oo l, ! ý, :: :` ,, 3.i,. L A., C 31::c M:hou `. L.A. t:e ...l_ r t i:lcibourne, t!:e Plrus =1 :ý "`alh: ,r ,.1ý i 1i:_-Coausal, Rev. • -1-i (t. C. liiop D o'ignate of Ade " . t.l.t. r-,khouu. Liut. Par.er .,dM r 1'd . _, \. . ('[ , .S. Cur.tcu.t), i : ;. t Council, f, of the L:0-L:dve AI .e-'.. ,: o. ri... too, wver3 crowded wi:h a rge nc:,:r of l-.. who v r ad mittal to 1,i:, t'le t'oedigs. Te lhon. G(eorg .:r::Lr, who L.th been ;'rei: ,ur'r in capled the chair. Tr e toasts of ' Ie Queen," `" The Prince .of \i .c, :na n e R1 .'o, : I ly wetre thi?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 17 May 1866

ADVERTISEMENTS. PYALONG ROAD BOARD. TENDERS. i'ENbFRS wil be received until ncon on the 6th n'timo, for the supply of road metal at Green's Pinc'i. 8ydney road. 8pecifi sti no to be seen, and forms of tender t, be had, a' this ffi c. The BoarJ will net nicessarily cerpt any tender, (By order) J. BOURKE, Clerk. Pyalor g Road Berl Odi-e, May 15b,1866, SEYMOUR ROAD DISTRICT. TENDERP.S. l ENDERS will be received until 11 o'clock a m of Tuesday, 5th June next, fir clearint and drain. i g: 52 chains of Roadway in High street Seymour. Speciflationa at this office. (By Order) T. HOWARD, Clerk. Rood BI ard Ofice,4 S.ymour, 14th May, 1866. GOLDIE RACES AT ROBERT!I SIIANAHAN'S, FREE SELECTION RESTAURANT, LANCEFIELD ROAD, ON SATURDAY, TIr 10T MAY. SADDLES, Bridles, W.sipe: and Spurs. There is also a PRIVATE MATCH FOR £10. £3 RE WARD.: 03T cr STOLEN, from Burton,'s paodoo Sugar Loaf, a bay msrarvith filit foal at foot, branded A: on near shoulJer,1?natir reamp, L.B. off neck - G G.B. B0 If stole...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 17 May 1866

CHINA. Little of importance has been reported during the month respecting the rebellion. The news from the north is generally reas. suring. Owing to the activity of the British men-of-war piracy is fast decreasing. Sir R. G. MacDonnell, the new Governor of Hohg Kong, has arrived at Hong Kong. Orders have been received from the Horse Guards to hold four companies of the Cey lon Rifles, 100 men each, fully officered, in readiness to embark for Hong Kong, owing to the late mortality among the British troops there, and to reduce the military expenditure of Ceylon.

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, May 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 17 May 1866

KILMORE BOROUGHI COUNCIL. ~-4.--- Monday, May 14. Present :-The Mayor, and Councillors Harris, Taylor, Hudson, Dobinson, Dowling,. Fynn and Thomas. MISNUTES.. The minutes of the previous meeting hav ing been read, were confirmed.. CORRESPOnDE2NCE. Correspondence as follows was then read and considered: L From W. G: Ballantyne,. requesting that his lmaue imight be substitutd for that of George Rice, on. the rate book. 2. From William Alexander,. calling attention to the state-of the drain in front of his property. Referred to the Public Works Committee. 3: From the same, asking permission to take a few loads of rubble from Brisbane Street. The request was granted on the usual conditions. 4. From Thomas Lee, requesting the Council to purchase from him 12 yards of extra metal, which he had supplied extra of the quantity he contracted for. Complied with. 5. From Mr. Brmnan, stating that lie was able to take the photographs of Kilhnore required by the Council- for the Intercolonial Exhib...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 17 May 1866

PRUSSIA. The English notes sent to Berlin in the rte ts of peace throw the whole responsi t' of any war about the )uchies on Prus. . kapoloun Ihas not yet declared his po `?. The Prussian Liberal papers profess iari1,ilm at the termination of the Austria '-.:h allianee. The Kiug of Prussia ad 1ring the chief officers of his staff, said, he louMd not abandon the peaceful solution

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TALLAROOK ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 17 May 1866

TALLAROOK ANNUAL .RACES. On Thursday last the Tallaraok annual races. came off on that really handsome race course at the eastern side of. the Sunday Creek, and about two and a half, or three miles from Tallarook. The weither was'all that could be desired, and a considerable number of spectators put in an appearance on the ground. It is almost needless to .add that amongst the persons who'paid a visit to the course, the fair sex was well represented, as Tallarook is a place which has attained considerable notoriety- on this score ere now, a circumstance to which niay chiefly, be attributed the success of. all, the. rational enjoyments and legitimate amusements that are taken in hand. Things are just as they should be, and it is a pleasing: matter to have to note the fact, that-in all cases, where any public pastimes are being held, ihe ladies, of that place are always forward in promoting them. On Thursday then the sports did not assume, a different aspect. to. those of a similar so...

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CONTINENTAL FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 17 May 1866

CONTINENTAL FiRANCE. T Euperor's speech of March 22, .in i-rer to the addr*es is siLnificant on the :t of libert. j It sas, France requires M..ert to enlightlea, control, and discuss : -tiens of Government, not to be in arms - -rraine and brerthrow it. The high -'~rcf Frane- will vet be accomplished .i:..r' k 3y grtrantee for this is the :tunce of the great bidy of the state; the 'ti:n of the army, the patriotism of the ri. and4 ])ivine protection. The -:di ? ?eriti-ist! zs sAowing signs of T-:rcinfrence of D.:nulian Principalities tiarmdk1i its sittngs. It pruposes to ~tain the unioa letween 3Soldaria and .; i S under one ýreriegn, and after -c t, dii-uzs eriosju questions reLting to quil-brium of Europe. -;':pLon has returned to Paris. A .AtJnd experizent upon an old frigate i? a ea-diae for the destruction of vessels ' m. has been made - The eflect was tre '?-, . the frigate sinking immediately.

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COMMERCIAL [?] KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 17 May 1866

rotr r'7Iv'r1. KILMORF. W Dzr~yjiiz9 Eit~.'e Fbur E"1i. quis ti. fol 0,· "n iii O merrrn~rt ,7 Bnn~lr 61do A'sicn Iil's q:-t"- a s f&icrrw,:-. Flh. 19. Bren £7 10s Dr t~n Pol:arJl L9 d' Wha-t, no-s- off ri.,q. Mr. Grcr°r' IUIson qitotes Oats,, Cl' 1 i,, 5e 03 to Ss 61 per hnsaeli Bra-, +9l Pnebbushel ýIeari, 25 31 per bushel Poat.es, L6 t)L8 per ton. H~ay,, 01 re cutt TriarTr -TL'e ýulio wji;are t' 3nIe niw ruli n as Quoted hr t1-e KTynetcu Guardian: FI;r, LIS 0, per ten What, 6'to 7i per bnae1R Oats 4.a to 4. 33 per bushel HU HCOTE -TtO alt,,:; s I Flour, £20. Wihet, 9s t 10 p.r bus!eaI, Pol:rd. 3e. per bushe! Bran, Qs 61 dn. Oats. 6s. 9'. do. Oatmeal £2 per ewe., Ha]y. L10 yr ton £f f9 to £1) per ton., Iktat e,, L10 do. Fyrn:rO -lim the In'ie Tndepesdrnt we ';urt- t'e f-113wi- wholessle prices current: F'1ou, Adelaide, £r3 per ton . Cc vnisal, £20 ,. Ode, r 1oinni, 7s Od rer bushel C1t.!, £10 per t'in His, £9 to £i0 per ton F u. oriney-From the Perald we ouote the fcF· crw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 17 May 1866

-E g -'rE--- PREiS." , Trfl, -f Criinustreet 1N . 'OT B -. Station is - _ _ " -e~ealf of tie ; d Ranmsey districts, ..r :.cl rrga from dll OT LECTOR for - .c".. Ht rue Will ~ ~ PRESS. °i p11".ED -·rb~" M NtNG Xilmere Frem T=7.'2 r .1XPEWR PER INCH. te t1 Kilmore Free PresI :t Z a 4_:; in town, wd 7s 61 if poetrd _7c· a` SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR, I K'ufl ictel, Kilmore, for fur ydera Reaident SEc-ecn to the County Hospital of Kent, r~LOVED TO SYDNEY SThEET, .nr DOOR TO fLoYAL OT .OTUL (cAID.) MILLINER, &e. JLLs' COTI~GE, FITZ?oT sTYm?T, KILMORE. JAMES FLEURY, ARCHITECT AND GENERAL AGENT, SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. ;ptfcr the Lnndoa and Lancashire Fire and Life Insurance Company. ALFRED SUGDEN, Sycrey and Victorias trets, KILMORE. W. L. SAWELL, ArUc O- ±EB, Pcwlett sres, Riimamre. SAMS REST viU RANT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. a AD Oi Y"EE PRESSB OFFICE.L _£Ai i, T:b. is ` A L UOUR' . BILLIARDS! BILL'ADS? 1 BIL LIARDS !r. 1iT, 'i _` - _t.. A~ii.fl' «Lw t lý,T abe errlPW -'toj --·...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 17 May 1866

NOTICE: he Quarters for rube ription to the Free Press will commencee on the 23rd Mereh, 23rd June, 23-d eeptember, and 23rd December. Persona cannot :i?vnwrw th:eir names from the roll of Salecriters withovt ps.irg up to the end of the current qolirt-r Nl'w eu~b ibers can be enmolled at any time by ,,ay -ig suk en ritfion proportionate to the perscd in the juarier remaini' g urexpired. Adreftiernents re.rired for eesh issue up to two y.m.on the day previius to publication. Eech ad wcrttement should b'a- upon the manuscrip" the tuaber of insertions requirei. When no inseruc'i ne are eeLt in reference to the number of insertimns, the adveltiecmert wil be ccntinued until countermannlei! or date expire, and charged accordingly. N.tic to withdraw an advertisement should be given in writi g. All orders to a't:r or diecoitinu9 advertieemente mant be z-de in w:i ing, and forwarded to the olce bo!o:e fix p.m. on the Tuesday of each week. R OBERIT QUINTON, of R~lind;, in thcCC o' y of V ccur...

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LANCEFIELD ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, MAY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 17 May 1866

LANCEFIEID IROAD BOARD. , MoNDAr, M11i7 14. Present i-Messrs. Graham, Darby, anu. IRiddell. On the motion of bMr Darby, seconded by Mr Riddell, Mr Graham was voted to the chair. MINSUTES. The minutes were then read- and- con firmed. R1ES01, TIONS. Mr Darby proposed that tenders be-called for the construction of one mile of the boun dary road, in three sections (62 chains north of Cain's contract) of 30 chains each, and- 20 chains near Mr. Stewart's, with a culvert, &c. Tenders to be sent in by 2 o'clock p.m. o: the 2Sth inst. Seconded by Mr. Riddell and carried. It was proposed by-Mr. Riddell, seconded by Mr. Darby, and carried that the clerk be instructed to write to Mr. Riddell, M.LA., to use his influence in getting the amount granted for the bridge at Boiinda Creek paid to the credit of the Board. Mr. Riddell proposed that the cheque-book and seal of ti e Board be in fiture kept in the office. Seconded by Mr. Darby and carried FL'ANCE.. Mr. Darby proposed that £50 be giv...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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AMERICA. NEW YORK, MARCH [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 17 May 1866

-00 AMIERICA. O Mond3 is abundant. Gold, p;2. Exchange on. London, 1. Colt diul. Presidlent Johnson lia taken ° - that oppose his policy, ad to entation of the Southern cf lren= , - e. He sticks fo the d:. ,n deniunces several leading Swihing to overthrow it, - -e : u' his a;sassination. - : deputt'on- an ddres:es flowed :" all quarters. supporting his re } vtoed the Freedmen's Bu ,eapre ostensibly to:make provision . e, lbut which would effectually tf the Southern States under . overriding the civil authorities. -"?' t declares his desire for a full if freedom and equality by freed te b11l ýies power to the Presi ? t aside trial by jury, appeals to .:: ? and general protection to . i.. trirl by court-martial final ,ie, ?ich he considers too great rred on any one man, and only to [ if the nation is in a state of war. 'rin day, the bill with the veto ;s discussed in Senate, amid tre -.:-e~iteirent. Mr Wade proposed to i1 iakin, the President (in return SIneliiible for re-election aft...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Thursday, May 10. (Before A. M. M'Crae, Esq. P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 17 May 1866

KILMOIRE POLICE COURT.. Thursday, May 10. -0 (Before'A-k? M M'Crae, Esq. P i): Thomas Tawny cliarged by Agnes Alex ander with receiving goods under fhlse pre tences was remanded for seven cays. William English on a charge of drunken ness, wanfined 5s or 24 hours imprison ment.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 17 May 1866

ADYERTIISEMIENTS. I HER-EY giro notice t.t I am opplling for a license to occupy one b'ock of land, of 20 aores, situ ated pasish of Lowry. and have employed Mr. A. L. fartin, Government 0,nt:a:& Sarreyor, to survey the same under the 42nd section of the Amending Land Act, 1865 MIOHAEL IrARKHAM, Tallarook, 28:h April, 1866. 61op 1 HEREBY give notice that I a a app'yin for a lice iwe to occupy one b:ock of land, of 20 a' res, situ attd pa':sh of Lowry, asd hbar employed Mr. A.L. SMartin, Government Contract Surveyor, to asrvey the tame under the 42nd tection of tie Au oding Lrd Ae, 16805. HUGH BOYLE, Tellarook, .26h April, 1866. I JOHN JE~lNINGS, of Tallerook, in the SCjlony of Vitora, do hereby give notice that I have applied to the Presidentof the Board of Land and Worke, under the 42nd ecotion of the Amending Land Act, 1863 for a license to reside on or cultivate 80 nares of land, (in four cont guous twenty acre blocks), as per plan accompanying the said ap Splication, and...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 17 May 1866

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. GOLDIE RACES.--By an advertisement in another column it will be seen that - some races will be run for saddles. hridles, &c., on.Saturday next at Robert Shanahan's Free Selection Restaurant. A private mi:tiih for £10 aside will also be run for on the same -day. BALL AT PrALoxo.-?rWe understand that a.grand ball is to be held at Mr. DPoo pa's, Pyalong, on the 1st proximo. C oslnuMATroN.-On Sunday last, His Lordship, the Right Rev. Dr. Gould, Bishop of.Melbourne administered the sacred rite of confirmation to upwards of three hundred children of both sexes, as well as to a few grown.up people. The greatest credit is due to. Father, lranigan for his indefatigable ex ertiens in preparing so many children for this sacred ceremony, as also to the tutors in the various schools throughout the neigh. bourhood for their untiringzeal in instructing the children in their catechism-instruction that is a necessary preliminary to receiving the holy sacrament. There were...

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FENIANISM AND FOLLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 24 May 1866

FENIANIS3L AND FOLLY. A correspondent signing himself "Anm Irishman--but not a Fenian" writes to the " Herald" as follows :-I have read in this. morning's "Herald" a leading article upon the above subject, and whilst I eordially en. dorse that portion of it which demonstrates the " folly of Fenianism," I' hope, you will. permit me to place upon record my dissent from some of the conclusions which you draw, as being both illegal anr.d uncharitable. P To adopt your words I " do not want to be drawn into a discussioa of the social or po litical grievances of Ireland," though that they are many, longstanding, and I fear ir- r remediable, few will venture to deny. What- eI ever may be the feelings of an Irishman in b Srance or America, no Irishman in a British W colony has any reason to le disloyal, and" certainly least of all'in Victoria. Whatever. s feelings of rancour may have lingered in an o Irishman's heart they should be extinguished I when lie sets his foot on Victorian soil. Her...

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Tuesday May. 22 (Before A M M'Crae, Esq. P M) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 24 May 1866

431 3ICr`ae, Esq. P M) li*?, ed ith selling liquor 'A" 4Z " was ordered to be inpri wk, Being second offence. Cat....ne Iiogann \ v . ,;,n lrr .^ - <H nu ou rne for of n .. ,fuuitj ,'!:;r{ged by ('nstable I utiý r .-f a t viiblc means of sup. Sio'. , was di..chare,. J. O'Br:i v T. Cahill, for £S 1Ss 9d. Verdit for £8 3s Sd, with 26s costs. • . - .

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