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FARM CALENDAR FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866
FARM CALENDAR FOR JUNE. The long expected welcome rainfall has, we hate ( reason to believe, come just ia time t0 precludo tl e necessity of re-lowing a great deal of the wheat lhn'. In many localities the plant was becoming very weak; in some the seed had n( t brairded, but wes said to be rotting in the ground. The extent of the mirchief must by this time be ascertained w:th certainty ; and from the absence of unfavorable reports, we are in dued t6 hope that the anticipated dam-ge has been prevented. In view of the very loose condition of the soil, occasioned by t'e lengthened drought it would be advisable to take an early opportunity ef rolling the ycnrg wheat upon lands of light quality. On heavier soils, those which run together in moist e weather, rolling will not be beneficial. Cfcourre a proper condition of the soil must be waited for, and perhaps ere it again becomes dry enough to roll a superabundant fall of rain may preclude the necessity of resorting to the roll. Unlike b...
MORMON MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866
MOURMON MARRIAGES. ( A curious and important judgment has c just occupied the attention of the Divorce i Court by Sir J. Wilde. Although it turned 4 on the validity, or rather on the incidents of a Mormon marriages, it is valuable as defining 6 the province of the English Divorce Court. a Sir J. Wilde announces clearly that the I Court over which he presides is a Christian t Court, and that the only marriages he is called upon to deal with are Christian mar riages. He does not say that Christian marriages are the only marriages, but he does say that suitors in his court must accept the Christian view of marriage before they can claira the exercise of his jurisdiction. 1 The suitor in this case is a man named Hyde, 1 who was born, and therefore is still, a Bri tish subject, who emigrated to Utah, having first acted as Mormon preacher or apostle in England and Paris. At Utah he was formally married to an Englishwoman of the name of Hawkins by Brigham Young. At this mar riage-he and sh...
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866
MISCELLANEOUS EITRACTS. TunF' OF £290 Br Ia I NPECTOn OF Po LrcE-At the Newcastle assizes on Wednes day, before Mr. Justice Lush, Henry Don. aldson, late an inspector of police it New castle, was indicted for having. robbed John Murphy, a labourer at the Felling.Chemical Works, of £290, in the month of January, 183. The case excited intense interest, and the court and its: neighbourhood were crow ded with auxiou.s spectators. The facts of the case are, that in the ;nouth named Mur phy had received £~30 in notes- from the Bank of England, and soon afterwards he g t drunk-so drunk that he became insen sible. lie was then found by a policeman and taken to the station. On being searched, notes to the amount of £290) were found upon him,t nd also somIe gohL This amount was -it e:: '"rc'd_ in the charge-book, but was laid on ~,n( .-.i* table. A few bours afterw'vardl; Murphy recovered from his dcbauch, and uwa allowed to leave the station. Be1iore !doing so. however, he askedfor his n one...
[?] AND GLENBURNIE ROAD BOARD. Monday, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866
AND GLENBIUILRE ROAD BOARD. Monday, June 4. -o :-The full Board. were received from the following ir ere ting a fence near Carpenter's ?eardon £16 0 0 Se an Ryan7 0 0 and 2 Ran not being present to dposit and take up their tender, other being thought too high, it red that tenders be called for the formaking a crossing near Dug nbrnie, were opened as fol -.keardon £910 0 Chitts& FiLeod 8 18 6 Arl moved that the tender of Chitts n be accepted. SMr 'Kay. d were read and disposed of the oad and Bridges ofce asking ? .he with information relative to it of main roads &e., made by the 'lrk]informed the Board that he P?lied the return asked for. 'rf was'received from the ,-suggesting the desirability of -a between all the boards and i.. -ln upon their representatives to use their influence for the ie'~tig a government grant to :l for the shires and boards, which - cUd be used as Courts of Petty " bus enclosing copy of resolu . : :. he , anticipated the ,rd,n in anawer ro e '...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866
riT, FO lEE "FREL. PBRSS." -o SG.tCDON GOTCH, cf C0.lir street w'-fr, -re h3ave been appointed Agents C.-? Ony, Lrnetfiel R'ad SBtation i . .to r'ce.ve moaies on Lealf of the ' t b he L'c field and Ramary districts, S,- i bLe a suf1rient c'icharp from all H K1ORE FREE PRESS PUBLISHED yERY THURSDAY MORNING p: Sy-EY STREET, KILMOBE. . n ''cr arert'srirg in the i-alere Free - 1a15aiGS AND EIxPrNCE PER INCH. .aB ef ten pqr rcot vill be maodI ,?- r er-ered forilraonth; twenwy ger ,rT?mreasi; snD thirty-three pereeSt for ,.:-by;Cond which time a spteil arrange -T -. i f='e. ·: -..-cf lberpticn to thet Kitnre TFre Prm ;? er Farm teinown, and 7' G6 if pto!d SUGEON & ACCOUCHEUR, T LY'( HctI, KilmO;r fur fmur jeIra Reiei3nt ttCan to the Coeoty HcspitAl f Kent, I?OTED TO SYDiNEY STREKT, in OORB TO Scru. OA EorTE. JAMES FLEURY, ECITECT AND GENERAL AGENT, sID-NE STREET, EILMORE. .'r e London and Larrcehire Fire and Life IaurEare CSF nany. ALFRED SUGD1N, Siney ard Victozia etrets, KILMORE...
KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866
KUIL31ORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. -4--L-- Monday, Juno 4. The usual meeting of the Kilmore Borough Council was held at the Council Chambers, Sydney street, on Monday evening last at the usual hour. The members present were :--His Worship the Mayor (L. Arcus, Esq.), and Councillors Dobinson, Dowling, Harris, and Taylor. The minutes of the previouis m3eting were read and confirmed Correspondence as follows was read and considered : 1. From Inspector of Nuisances-a nil report. Received. 2. From committee of Intercolonial Exhi bition informing Council that, owing to the magnitude of the :xhibition building and the quantity of articles coining in, the Exhi bition would not open until the 15th October, and it would remain open until January, 11, 1S67. 3. From Messrs -J. B. Key and F. Sor rglhan, calling attention to a letter sent in by them some time preciously. Councillor Taylor moved that it be referrer to the Public Works Committee. Seconded by Councillor Harris. Carried. 4. From Crown Lands ...
CONCENTRATION OF SULPHURETS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866
CONCENTRATION OF SULPHURETS. -0o (From.the San Francisco Bulletin, March 26.) The separation of sulphurets found in ores has exercised the ingenuity of the world for years, but more particularly in California has the subject received attention; as many of the ores found here are rich in sul phurets. One of the prominent causes of the aban donment of quartz-mining in this state-some years since, was the impossibility of sepa rating and treating. the rich sulphurets found in our quartz lodes. Ores assaying richly in gold, would not pay for extracting by- mill process, as the quicksilver had no allinity for the gold'in the sulphurets as found in the ores, consequently it all went off with the tailings, and the enterprise was aban doned with loss in nearly every case. In a few-instances where the quartz was rich in free gold, parties have made fortunes thereby, but they have been-the-exception; the rule has been failure. Within the past few-years more attention has been given to. the su...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866
ADVERTISEMENTS. LOST. SOST, on Tcesdar. 29h .ely, in come part of Kilmore, a RECEIPT on the Colonial Bank. Any person finding the tame will please forward it to tl e offie of this paper. APPLICATIONS FOR GOLD MINING LEASES IN pursuance of the Act of Parliament 29 Victoria No. 291, Scction 41, it is hereby notified that after the expiration of one month from the date 'herof it is intended to grant the leases under mentioned. r ESwanonst DIaTsxoT.--KIx o$o DIvsIox. Lease No. 863 to '. J. COn x 15 2 3 Wild Dig Creek. Leease No. 956 to A. Auld 9 2 36 Mnrrhidindi. J. F. SULLIVAN, Ministcr of Mince. Office cf Mine, 3~flbcarne, let June, 1866. H. R H O-D E, SYDNEY-STREET, KILM ORE. H RHODE, begs to inform the inhsbitaets of Kilmore and the surrounding distriot that in oonsequenoe e of recenr nlterations in his premise.-enlarging thereof-ho has put in an extensive stook of GENERAL GROCERY, of the beat quality, and te is enabled to dispose of the sume at moderate rates. Also FRUITS, STATIONE...
A CONTENTED MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866
A CONTEnTED A3ISD.-In the Municipal Police Court yesterday, says the " Beudigo Independent" of Wednesday, a miserable looking, diminutive creature was brought up as a vagrant, having been found the previous evening under a verandah. Though with scarcely a rag to cover him, and greedily de vouring a slice of bread, he seemed to have no mean idea of himself. To the usual in quiry as to Low he lived, he replied, " On the best of beef, mutton,. and pork," a literal answer that created some amusement. " He accounted for his naked state by saying that his clothing was " where it ought to be-at home"-and then lectured the mayor on the impropriety of indulging in .curiosity as to other people's afliirs. His liberty he did not value so highly as to feel indignant at being sent to gaol,. and -.apparently determined to make the best of his position, he stalked up to the fireplace and, tucking some remnants of rags under his arm, turned his back to the fire, and looked around .him with an air o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866
S1UB RIBlRS are reepectfully req?ieeted ti nctify at the cl~e any inetaee of want of - p?ettasity in the delivery of the Fmna Pares in order that the fault may be remedied. Subscribers to the Kilmore " Free Press," whose accounts are in arrears, are requested to pay up the same forthwithK Persons who have advertised under 42nd clause of Land Act, are required to call at the office and pay their accounts at once, as the amounts being small, it would not pay to send the collector round for them. NO.TI C E:. A LL persons having claims against the undersigned are requested to SEND IN THEIR ACCOUNTS FOR PAY: IMENT WITHOUT DELAY; and all PERSONS INDEBTED TO US MUST SETTLE THEIR ACCOUNTS FORTH WITH otherwise they will be handed over to a solicitor for immediate recovery. H. P. HARIRIS & Co., Sydney street, Kilmore..
A FEMALE IN SEARCH OF A BED. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866
A FEMBwnE I SERncn of A BED.-On. Saturday evening a well-known female im bibed too freely at a public house in the neighbourhood of the cemetery, and in mis take went to the house of a neighbour in stead of her own. The owner ot the estab lishment, who was in bed at the time, think. ing that it was his own Dinah seeking her rest, made no remark. for some time, but having at length asked a question, he per ceived to his horror that the form was the form of his Dinah, but the voice was the voice of a stranger, and set to work, having first kicked her out of bed, next kicked her out of the house in a state of nudity. Some men, happening to pass at the time, carried her off just as she was to a hut where some acquaintance resided, and let her down the chimney, where she appeared to the dismay of the inhabitants as black as a chimney sweep. They perceived the joke that had been played upon them, thought they would pass it on some one else, and after a short consultation one of them shoul...
THE ROAD MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866
THE BOAU) MURDER. (From the Times.) Mr. Baker, Inspector of Factories, in his an3mal report makes the following remarks --"3fr Sub-Inspetor Kent has been at ength enabled to resume those active exer tionswhich his unhappy position in the pub he mind had so lonz rendered him incpable of With respect to him, I now venture to advert for :i few moments to that which I can speak of, perhaps better than anybody else- namely, the wrong which has been done him by the public for so long a period in con demning him, almost unheard, in a matter so Titally important to him in every way, and from which he is now, I trust completely ex onerated. It is a proverb almost too trite to repeat, and many have found it so in life, that they who have done a man an injuiy never forgave him- Yet there has been an exception to this axiom in Mr Kent's case; in no less important a person than the mayor of a large manufacturing town was lately heard to declare that so deeply did he feel the injury which he hims...
POST AND TELEGRAPH OFFICES'. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KILMORE FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866
POST AND TELEGRAPH O FICES'. -00- TO THE EDITOR OF THE KITMORE FREE PRESS. Sir,-Will you.kindly -allow me to bring under noticeoffour Borough Representative the rer -bad state of the entrances to the Post andTelegraph Offices, in hopes tLat some of then Cill have the goodness to do something' to preserve the flounces and crinolines of the fair ones, who are often compelled to visit these places. Having to go to the Telegraph office last last week, I assure you, that I could sccrcely make my way to or from it, the foot-path being so very muddy and slipperry. Now, Sir, those offices are not only visited by Kil moreladies,butbystrangers too, thereforeit is anything but creditable to have them in the very bad state they now are. I hope there-i for, that some of our gallant councillors ill remedy this grievance, and oblige a A FAIR SUFFERER. Kilmore, June 13.
[?]VAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT THE KILMORE POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866
VLU AND DESPATCH OF 3JAILS SKILMORE POST-OFFICE. Arrival I Departure. Daily at 730 .f I Dailr at 4 p.m., ;& p.m. (Sundays at 9p.tg . (Sunnal excepted). Let excepted) ten sent to S on payment of lte Daily t S a.m. Dsilyat345 p.m Tc n onrdays excepted Sandayexcepted arr ot f? C ac Tre., Thur, and 3Ion.,Wed, and S6at., at 1 p.m. Fri., at noon. Po± nt Tun., qTha., ans lIon., Wed., Lnd ) SaLta t 2aam. Fri.,at 3.45p.m. S Tue., Thurr., and Tues, Thurs., & SSat.,t3o p.m. Sat., at 415 p.m , : t it'ý xt*us are cleared daily (Sunds? ltm., and Mr Barfoot's box 8330 b e iuaed daily (Sndays emepted)
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866
NOTICE. The Quarters for ,ube-ription to the Free Press will commence on the !3rd March, 23rd June, 23rd September, and 23rd December. Perrona cannot withdraw their names from th- roll of Subacriters withont payirg up to the end of the current quart.r law subscribers can be enrolled at any time by naoy mga rubreription prrportionate to the period in the i Darter remaini, g uterpired. Advertisements reeired for ea h issue up to two p.m.on the day prerirus to publication. Each ad vertisrment shbould bra- upon the manuscript the number of inerrtions require'. Whrnno instruncicns are rent in reference to the number of iEserdi'ns, the vdrertismett will be ccntinued until countermanded or date exrire, and charged accordingly. N)tice to withdraw an .dcrrtisement should be given in wricig. All orders to a'tr or dircontirue adiertieemnnts meat be made in w:itirg, and forwarded to the ofaee be'ore eix p.m. on the Tuesday of each week.