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THE HAWHAN ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 May 1866

THE HAWHAN ISLAINS. By the barque Comet, twelve days from Honolulu, we have papers from that port to the 3rd of March. The orange crop at Iona will amount to two million oranges. Two whalers, the first of tha season, have arrived at Honolulu. A Russian vessel has arrived at Sitks, with 1600 barrels of oil, and IS&,0OOb of bone.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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SOUTH AMERICA. CHILI. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 May 1866

SOUTH AMERICA. CHILI. from Coquimbo important news is sent as to the result of the cruize of the Spanish frigates Villa de Madrid and Blanca, brought by a sailing vessel from the south to Coquim bo. These frigates went to look for the allied squadron, and found them safely situated at some distance up the river, whose bar the largefrigates dare not pass At. the mouth of the river is a Chilian fortificetion of con siderable strength, and which, in addition, had mounted the guns taken from the Peru vian frigate Amazonas lately wrecked on the bar. The Spaniardt essayed to shell the place and attempt at long range to reach the squadron inside' The fire was handsomely re turned by the fort, and with considerable et feet on the Spaniards, whose frigate, Blanea, has received very considerable damage, so much so, that both frigates hopelessly left the place to return in disgrace to Valparaiso. This may be considered another triumph to the allied arms, and will still more and more inspire pl...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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SOIREE AT THE FREE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 May 1866

SOIREE ATr TnE FREE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, KILMORE. - On Tuesday evening last, on the ·occasion of the presentation of a pulpit gown by the ladies of his congregation to the Rev. 1). 1Liklejohn, a grand soiree w.as held in the Church, and considering the number and re spectability of those who attended on. the occasion it may be characterised as one of the best gatherings of the-sort ever held in Kihnore. One grand feature in 'connection with the soiree and which bodes well for the future of the district was that there was not a denomination in Kilmore that was-not represented at the social gathering and the harmony and good feeling that prevailed throughout fully demonstrates, to use the woris of one of the speakers on the oecasion, that when people come and look one another in. the face they do not appear to be so frightful- to each other as they mayappear in the distance with regard to their ideas. of one another. With reard to the good things provided a few words'will suffice. • E...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 May 1866

KILMOIRE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, May 2S. Present :-Tihe 3,avr, and(. and Thomas. No other er;:, .:. : present, the meeting adjcuti ..: : on the fillowing day.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL Tuesday, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 May 1866

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL Tuesday, May 29. . (Firom the " _Argus." In tLe Legislative Council on Tuesday. Mr. Miller. presented i-essages from the Officer Administering the Government, in reply to the addresses on the subjects of the uncollected: Customs' duties, and. the pro-. visions of the Immigration Acts. In respect to.?the former, the Council were informed that the matter was " engaging the attef. tion of that branch of the Legislature which is charged by law with the care and the con trol of the public finances ;" and. on the latter subject, the message stated that regulations in accordance with the act had been framed by the Governor and laid before Pailiament, rand thle Acting Governor was informed that all the money required by these regulations had been expended.. In reply to Mr Strachan, Mr. Miller stated that the Government had decided upon forthwith satisfying the Supreme Court judgements in. the ac tions brought by Stevenson, E]croyd, and Dalgety. On the motion of Mr. Fello...

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LANCEFIELD ROAD BOARD Monday, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 May 1866

LANCEFIELD ROP : '. -rou:ia,, 5". - The usual meeting io. trict Road Bo: rd ",;: .- .... at the Fie Mil '': rIes .ent-: ..:..:.. : ... Bgtea?---,?le:. r o ;-:fii... i,,i :..io --. `v ." cied, : ti Bolrii' t. . : ' : conuider, 'tion trend rI'' a : dii.. ) road in two Feat. it ,° .. ..', . L Heron .. 5 : D? icolkon . : T.._Murrav ... 412 . *; J. Cain ... 0 0 "W. J. Cain ... 4..D 4 1 Mr. W ragge moved tt 3:r. . tender be accepted Seconded by Mr ToIt: Carried. See. cNo S ,.: IHeron- ... 2. 0 0 W,- & Co. -.-.. Ct n Connor & Co . .. 501 12 0 ID. icoen ... 0 0 T. Connor ... 52 12 0 T urray ... ' 0 ,. Cain 5'~ " 0 0 W. J. Cain ... 525 0 0 31r Tom moved that. the tender of ,Mr D.. Nicolson be-accepted. Seconded by Mr. "Wragge. Carried. ' 3ISNUTES.. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. Some unimportant correspondence, re ceived since last meeting was read. Some conversation having taken place as to the advi-altility of constructing about 30 chains of roadwa...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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TOTAL WRECK OF THE BA[?] ELEEN SIMPSON. LOSS OF ALL HANDS BUT[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 May 1866

TOTAL WRECK uri THE BA.i.. ELLEN SI SOrN, LOSS O FALL 11yD'::, .T " 1 We regret to have to record the tota: l of the Ellen Simpson, together with C.i't 'ohn Poole, jun., and eight of t?ie r "Yesterday the steamer You Tangs ": in the Bay bringing the sad news, na. two survivors, Mr. Lowry, chief oflhr cr. MIr. Edward Maloney, second olilkr. I" Ellen Simpson was owned by CapaI:' '' and another, and was, we are infortied, par tially insured. The cargo consist od f C"o' fro a.1ewreastle, N.S.W. Capt. Poole .A." e -.- ?. * ettenided over a pe. - . a. r i- tnv : .re of his le: ?- u- v nrrt. u1.. lev i es a -tt"r brothLers and si-ter. to ...- :" eL Tdh, fllvinug n ht bean tiurnished us 1v Left Newc:astle on the I: - to Melbourne. Nothing r-"', t iraniphired up to the: 16th. Bay the light bearing W. '. t ut nine miles, the breeze " ' e eastartl, and during the ": ' ,i to a gale, attended with rain . .eathr up to 3 p.m. on the 17th, :. ather ,cearedup for a few mi "i e then :-,bhted the land...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 May 1866

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Foi[ the recent audit made of the books of the Willowmavin Road Board, the report and balance sheet of which was adopted by that body, the late treasurer and clerk--Mr. P. O'Brien-seems to be brought in as being indebted to the Board in the sum of £415 1Gs 6d. Allowing MIr. O'Brien his per centage on the monies collected at the toll gate this sum would be reduced' to about £290 16s Gd. As far as we can see the board has no means of recovering this amount, as the fidelity bond, which the late Treasurer was supposed to be possessed of, cannot be discovered. Our readers will regret to hear that we F are about to lose-perhaps thougliiofily fd i ,o short time-one of our oldest inhabit nts, at li all events one of the oldest business'men of Kiimore-TI. P. HI:rria, Esq -wiho ?hs mi ii arrangements to dispose of the trade so long tl nud ably co-iducted under his superintendd crce: Mr. Harris hl i noti.lbeen cairrying: on a businesi ih h Kilnbre ai draper and "general sto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 May 1866

AG-?5 FOR IRE "?lEL PPF3. -0 oE!SBj G(RDON & GOTCH, of :' i - Sest, 31e.Coure, havre been sre' - L .",AON, L.tefield R +d • - - i ,apcin<d to re?eiv? t?,ri" on * en,; . .. Press" in the Lcanefidd and RTmhn ei r - SP receipt will eto a sufrient ,iecharge fr. XO KRILORE FREE PBESS. PUBLISHED [VERY THURSDAY MORNING AT STDI5EY STREET, KILiOAfR . nrE terms for svrertifirg in the liwls. Aes I pres are u under : W0 SHILLLEOS ADD SIPIP?C PEB INCH. I r?a?tioa of ten per cent will aede ar ..Tieeretl ordered for one nmouth; twenr y tre `t fr two uoaths; and thirty-three per .e. ? -r L..moart' --beyond which time a .siel arran.e 1±twil be made. Ster, of ubcriptia to the Ieere Free APte Li be i~Ed per qrter in tow, nd 7.6 if postred SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR, -ar lel's Hotel, Kiltmore, for fcur years Resident Sscen to the County Hospital of Kent, REMOTED TO SYDNEY STRIET, MrTs DooR to OYAL Oilon IoTR.t JAMES FLEURY, ARCHITECT AND GENERAL AGENT, SYDNEY STREET, KILMORK. -tfor...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 May 1866

'raELFHED TrfiHeaDAY SIniL'GS. HIIUP.SDAY, MAY 31, 186G. Br the ship Sorata from California, we are put in possession of news- from that. place to the 26th arclh, and telegraphic newrs from Washington to the 25th of the same month. President Johnson's speech on the 22nd of February to an immense concourse of people was received with the greatest applause and the stand he has taken with regard to the Southern- States seems to have added materi ally to his rank of supporters The following isanextractfrom the President's speeeh,whieL will to a considerable extent serve to show the state of thitgs there at present. "There were men disaffected to the Governnent both North and South. We had peculiar in stitutions, of which some complained, and to which others were attached. One portion of our countrymen advocated that institution in the South; another opposed it in the North; and it resulted in creating two ex. tremes. One in the South reached the point at which they were prepared to diss...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 May 1866

NOTICE 'The Quarter for ,iuke-rlpticn to the Frce Press w.3 cc-umerce en th- 23rd MxJrrha, 23 d .Trpe, 23-d rF'e~ter , srd 23rd Dre.rnher. Perre;tm carnrt w'"'·tw tiY'er naane.?r.'m rti t'n'i of STihcraerg ttd-cct pCJSg Pp to. the e rdd of he burrrivt qvItrter Now ='r-tPNrls ca' be. enrdllad at iov time hb -iny rgti ruh-riToti9 'rrp~rtiwnate t, the Ferl.d in the eosrfer rettini-s unwexjirr$. dreit e-.en*, re ivt'ri far ea- i siLC t2 t' t1w; .e:. n" the & dtir pr-ei'ue. to t:pu`"ticti. E.'-Ctl a-' v.rnYtrjrwat ihoulA b a" upon the msnutczip: the *-ate he of irrr~erre iequire ".Whenl TO il2'ruc j tRr rert in riY "rt"r to t te t.u'nier of iuser i i-, the -"r"itru ei I wi!: fe contrued un2±i onuntermatde]l IaF rcc ard thcircc d aenrrdi:,;y. N".jtie t. 4 ihc W u bfl . tY!ze~eenen r i tt a givenin A.&iwde- to a'trror ditcontirnn ndrtrie. enBt * lbe m-de in witjire, and f wer rd to the t`- 0-e Piz p.m. on the Tueedar of earh week. C3B+"=IBERS Pre rcepectfuily rfque.etel tT ...

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WILLOWMAVIN DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, 29th May. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 May 1866

WILLOWMAVIN DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Tuesday 29th May. - -0 The usual fortnightly meeting of this Board was-held on Tuesday at the office, Willowmavin.: There were present the Chairman (J. K. : Trainor Esq.), and Messrs. M'Manus, Cur tain, Mooney, Cleary, and O'Brien. The minutes of the-previous meeting were read, for- the information of members, and confirmed. The Chairman stated that there were certain minutes on the book that were not confirmed, viz.. of meetings held on the 23rd of January and Gth of February, 18G6; and said the reason they were not confirmed in the ordinary course was that they were not written into the book by the late clerk. Mr. Cleary moved that the minutes. of the meetings of the 23rd of January and 6th of February, as read, be confirmed.' Seconded by Mr. Cuirtain. Carried. The Chairman laid before tho Board a bond in which tMatthew. oonan and David Brown bound themselves jointly or separa tely in the sum of £500- for that Mr. M.? :ittpatri?kfitllef pi li:n fhi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 May 1866

ADYERTISE3fENTS. AMATEUR lDRAM3ATIC SOCIETY. h MEETING cif the abore Society will be held at tde "F,'ee Press" ofti?e t:.morrow (Friday) asunicg, tt 8 o'c!ock sIhrp. Important business Ail m:nmbe: rt qeaeod to attrr.d R. T. HEARN, Hen. Sc. KILIORE ST. PATRICK'S SOCIETY. S E ETI NG of the members of the S a-ove Soc i.ty ,will be held on Tatsday evering Juae G at the Royta O.k hotel, for important business are requesed to atterd TIIOIAS HUNT, lo:. Pee. LOST. LO3T, from tr. Dobinion's shop, a mladsome colonial gold- miniature Brooch, medium sie, beautifully chased with trumpet lily,. c>ionisl make, does not revolve, a gentleman's portrait in it, and blank on the other side. Whoever will return the somee to Mr. DOBINSON or Mr. WARREN will, be rewarded. 30th May, 1866. AWANT ED· STONE BREAKERS, and teams to cart spslls between Benalls and Winton. Apply on the w orks " PATRICK O'CONNOR, 65op Contrecto-. FOR SALE.: WASTE PAPER FOR SALE. at the Free Press office. FOR SALE. [Z ORMS of app...

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A GIRL TRIED FOR POISONING HER FATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 May 1866

A GIRL TRIED FOR I'OISONING : HER FATHER. At the Lancashire AFsizes, on 15th March, before Mr. Justice Lush, Ruth Hargreaves was indicted for having, at INewchurch, on the 19th December, and' divers other days, feloniously administered, to Henry Har greaves, her father, a certain poison calledl white precipitate, with intent to kill him and others. IHenry HIargreaves, the prosecutor, stated that he was a weaver and game watcher, liv ing near Bacup, and had five children. The prisoner was his eldest daughter, and was 18 vears of age. A few months ago .he prafgo e-nd sutict was not sa.ifi o y, ani it tic: came ncessary ;o watei hir clocstIy. "In the a:ur' part of i)eeeriberl;1;e wa' d iuniwell, and eonIulted 'Dr. Stciart,;h ho?oiliedl himinlwith I a bottle of inedicrine, of whiirl he took one or two dom. T=.Tibottl: 'i::s ~iecld alt thehead of the bell. .'On tthe 1"iiot' December he took mioither dose. :nd iininfdintely hfter felt a burnuir sensatidn in hik thnrolt :nlnd breast. and f...

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[?] NEWS FROM AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 May 1866

-- NE S FRM AMUElC' y fr: the - Aka allfornsht" of the THE ER-IPE3ET y TTLTO-. t Nt-=i l - nt liigencer" has come i :-ed the i'rejident's organ. It -2~iitoral reterda?- *a the Civil i -' Bill, Idic?i; the probable points 1 ? ?to )Mes-ge. It says---"Thi is a € ;,rd',h the Sttes of the Union To _Aw ? n object there are but two con- ] "' recired--frst, that doubtful Federal : -s konad be used; second, that the i -=e -c"td be eff-iently executed. First, 1 °: :. the State judiEature. This' so i : s nit makes a high mi-,'emeanour for .-- to deprive any natire inhabitant i :0 ?,t 'seenred b this Act. Second, it 1 .es n??ro superiority. The proposed - '~ a whole, is grossly uneonstitu - u re is a lass of objections even - Fusbeause it is more in conson tfth the revolutionarr designs of the o' cfithe Lill It authorises the Pre- 1 Sappoint spies and informers abso S"ithat limit. Thus we have a ', c'ntrcved by wicked men, for pro. ?Z'-Lt extension of military power' ? rc id ift to gigantic and...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 May 1866

IS31CELLAN:OUrs EXTRACTS. TAE PARIS COiRRESPOS)DEr Of the 'Times' saysv:--" As far Ireland I scarcely ever yet : met a Frenchman who does not believe it is t till pro.-trate in the dust before English tyranny. Even the Bishop of Orleans, who i for intelligence, erudition, and eloquence s ranks first amongft tile French episcopacy, in one of his late sernmos, spoke of Ireland i and Poland as if there were no difference in 1 the manner of England ruling one and BRus sia the other." The Benalla correspondent of the Wangar. t atta "Dispatch" says:-" A very sad and melancholy death has just occurred suddenly 1 here; it is another proof of the uncertainty i anil instability of human life, and exhibits i forcibly the immutable decrees of an all-wis ? Providence. The deceased is a Mrs. Hoga", ; the wife of a farmer named William Hogum, residing.a short distance from the town. S.he came into the township in a spring-eart for the purpose of procuring some articles ne cessary for domestic uses...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 May 1866

ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 PYALOG ROAD BOARD. PaorOSED NEW ROAD IN THE PABItK OF PYAL.iOG. IN mscor'ance with the provisions of the Local Go. I vernmea t Act, No. 176: Notice is hereby given that the abovenamed B.,ard, deeminr it neceassrv to open a new road through the lands t:creinefter de scribid, I,?s caused a map and survey plan thereof to b made, describing theezact course and b. arings of the s?l.e and the edmFatur~ er.ts requi;ed for the same, and through what lands the same is propcsed to pass, a. d the names of the owtrer or occupiers tl:ereof, so far as is known, together with an estimrato if the expense f the w.'k, to be dep[sited at t e Pyalmrn Road WBard Office for inspection. I) scription of the land 'rrdpoeed to be taken for road purposes the leased Crown lands of Sephena. Shanahan, and of Phillip WTbie, and of Micha'l Ward tact, in the parish of Pyalon, and county of Dalhousie: C unmmn'ii g sixtfysix (66) litks scuth.west of the south at gle of al:o'ment 126, one hundred and...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 May 1866

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.. Tuesday, May 20. In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday; Mi. M'Culloch presented a message from the Officer Administering .the Government, nacknowledging the receipt of the address on the subject of the grant to Lady Darling, ind stating thait the nlmemorial to the Quee al had been forwarded by the mail. si The amendmnents made by the Le.gislative a Council in the lnsolvenev Statute . Amend ment Bill was considered and agreed to. Mr. Ltugton presented a petition from n Willi'un Joseph Ecrod., praying the House e to take into consideration the expenses tt. which the petitioner had been put, in the c shape of iutcrest and costs, in enideavouring', to recover amiount of overpaid duties from the t Crowin. r Mr. Langton give notice that.on the fol lowing daw he would ask the Chief Secretary f whether the statements which.had been made Z publie relative to the rction adopted . by the Govcrnment respecting the Supreme Court judgments were correct, and move - that the...

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YOUNG COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 May 1866

YOUNG COUNTRIES. There is no analogy worn ,more thoroughly threadibre than that between the life of States and the life of individual men. As each of us it has been said, has his period of gra dual development, sueeded by a compara tively stationrary period, and fin.dlv? by oneof decayr, so natiouns have their .t .: of inf-ncy, of adult uigor, and of senil t. ':.. ,,n'e fashionabie to quote the v.iria.,. im.;ncis of, ra-es whi.h had waxed a.d ,. ;i:d ;nd then becoiimepracticallyexti:l t In the last elah:p ter cf the Positive Philh.,,phv. C ,mte tells us with his customaryd dgm: ti m t:at the " cellet;ive organi:m" is necess.. rilv ublject, like the "individual organism," to an inevi table spotmneous dechl;e. Thi, clieerful prospe-t is, it is true, adjuurutdl ior : in dle tinite perikd; but the ,iy iJ to ,u:lie when our rrmote ldescendant- r;ihl di.;'over that the fi alties cf ea.ch .mn·D'_ t U;:i_,: I-e'·eotiniig ? .-.-.'- r .:L,:', '.!,.-e ..,f :. .7?.,i. c~ror. that hilosophy is b...

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