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WILLOWMAVIN: ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, June 12th 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866

WILLOWMAVIN: ROAD BOARD. cam6--- Tuesday, Juine 12th 1S60. -00 Present :-TheChairman, and Messr: Cleary, Mooney, O'Brien, and MI'anus. Correspondence as follows was read and considered: 1. From :Braybrook: Districtiboard encil: ing copy of resolution arrived at bythat bod asking the support of government in ti. erection of ofiees for the various Shires and Road Boards throughout.the colony. The resolution was adopted on the motion of tle chairman,'seconded by Mr. 3foonev and the clerk was ordered to advise the Braybrook Road Board of the ste'p taken. 2. From Heath and Cordell, asking for statistical returns and information. The Clerk was instructed to acknot!le?de letter, and state the required informatics was forwarded previously. 3. From Blundell and Ford, soliciting patronage of the Board. Ordered to be acknowledged. 4. From John 3. Trainor, collector d toll-gate, asking leave of absence from 12 duty for a week, in consequence of ini,. sition, and also for a character, to enable ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Monday, June 11. (Before L. Arcus, and John Taylor, Esqs., J.P's) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866

3Monday, June 11. (Before L Areua, and John Taylor, Esqs., J.P 's) James Williams, charged with taking and -. a horse belonging to Jeremiah O'Shea, ?? ent to gaol for six months with hard 'abcr.

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SATURDAY, JUNE 9. (Before L. Arcus, Esq, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866

SiTCRDAT, JUNE 9. -00- (Before L. Arcus, Esq, J.P.). --o- Jes Ward, on a charge of drunkenness Sdischarged; same prisoner, on a charge , using obscene language, was fined £1, or 14 hours imprisonment.

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866

--o-- DISCOVERY OF i SKELETON.-The Corn all Chronicle of the 6th inst says :-" On Friday last a kangaroo hunter named Billy Barlow found the skeleton of a man in the serub, within about five miles of MJr. Brewer's residence, Piper's River. He informed a man named Callow of the circumstance, who forwarded a report to the police. Chief District. Constable Propsting has instituted inquiries for the purpose of identifying the skeleton, and has elicited the fIllow~ing p-r ticulars:-Early in Miarch, 1865, the Co knial Treasurer paid a visit to Scott's New Country, and he w;as accompanied, we be lieve, by Messrs. Ja?mes Scott, .J. RI. Scott, R. C. Gunn, and C. Gco:ld, anid 3r. Scott took two of his ,meln to a'tCn.l the ,:rty. One of them was named Scott and the othlr named Jones. The men seemed inclined to lag behind the party, and it was with difli culty Mr. Scott could induce them to keep up. When they were within about six miles of IMr Brewer's, Mr. Scott remained behind with them himse...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866

NEW SOUTH WALES.. --- ? - CLARKE AND IIIS GANG AT MICAltGO. Writing from Queanbevan on the 2nd inst., a correspondent sends us the following ac e-,i't of a case of sticking-up at IMicalago, thirty miles from Queanbeyan, at five p m. the previous evening, by Clarke, Connell, anidanother bushranger, who is well known mthis district. About the hour named four horsemen were seen approaching the only publichouse in the village, kept by Thomas Kennedy, whomn they bailed up and kept guard over, while one one of the scoundrels went and drove down to the publihou::e those who lived farthest awiv, thus brin-ing in Mrs. Lenehan, a widow, and her children, the wife ofthe lock-up keeier, 3Mr. Moran, and children, Mrs. and SMr. Redding, settlers, all "i:-ng within siThr of thie house, and a party Oi mun from Queanbeyan engaged repairing the road, likewi;e the two mailmen, who were also bailed un. When all were secured and guarded, two or three crossed the road to a store recently opened -,- 3Mr. ...

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FARM CALENDAR FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866

FARM CALENDAR FOR JUNE. The long expeeted we!come rainfall has. we have reason to beli.re, come just is time to preeluae the necessity of re-ns ing a treat dcal of the wheat land, in many leealities thO rla,*t was bec ming very-weak; in some the reen had n, t braeided, Lut. wse said to be rotting in the :roand. T. ;xtent cf the mischief must by this time be arcerhined with certainty ; and from thetaserce of unfavorable reports, we are in da-ed to cope that the a titpaped damage has been prevented. In vi.w of the very locse condition-of the anti, occaioned by thie lengt.ered drcught it would be advisai.., to take an errly opportunity cf rolling the yourg wheat upon lhnds of li ht quality. Onheavier soils, those which run together in moist weather, r "?'n will not be beneficial. Cf course a proper condition of the soil must b: waited for, and perhaps are it sagain becomes dry enough to roll a super.bmadant fall of rain may preclude the necessity of resorting to the roll. Unlike barley...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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UNFAIR ADVANTAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866

UNFAIR ADVANTAGES. A very limited observation of the ways of the world is enough to show one how the tremendous struggle for social existence and supremacy is apt, in all but exceptionally generous natures, to develop a certain mean ness towards competitors. The struggle is so severe, and the powers and merits of the rivals are commonly so very nearly equal in the balance, that the slightest favoring cir cumstance is eagerly seized without a too careful scrutiny of the fairness or worthi. ness of taking such an advantage.- Nobody can be blamed for doing his best to get on in the world ; in other words, to procure as much of reputation and wealth and power, and all the other pleasant things of the world as he honostly can. It would be a 1 serious misfortune if men with superior powers were to give up using them, in order that their pre-eminence might cease to hurt the feelings of weaker brethren. Neither Christian charity nor any other admitted 1 virtue entails upon men the obligatio...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866

itmaort JFvec Prt00o P?LasxuDn TuirBSDAY sPOEI`GS. .fIIURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1866.> FROM the published returns and reports of the Mining Surveyors'-and Registrars, throughout the colony, to the-quarter ending the 31st of March;viweare put in possession of some valuable information relative to the state of this- and other districts, as fir as' gold-working bear upon their interests; and a brief resume of the statistics of'our mining surveyor, lMAIuT 3ilEAouEn, EaQ. at " this juncture of affairs, when-mining generally occupies the public mind, .may not, though late, be uninteresting.. Now that Kilmore is likely to take its stand as one of the most important mining districts in the colony, too much attention cannot be devoted towards anything tending to promote the developement of its auriferous resources, and towards giving it that promi nence which its mineral wealth demands and' that which is being gradually, but surely developed. This, unlike other dis tricts, and ones of far loss, a...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866

NEW ZEALAND. ?.?--T--... By the steamship Tararua we have our files from Lyttleton to the 25th; Welling ton to the 26th, and Otago to the 30th ult. THE GIE(ERAL ASSE3BLY.-It is ru moured that the General Assembly will meet some time between the 18th and 30th June The 'Wanganui Chronicle' says :-General Chute has visited Wellington chiefly, we are given to understand, to confer with his Ex cellency as to the withdrawal of the troop from the several outposts at which they are stationed. The Governor, as we learn, is totally opposed to Mr. Cardwell's absurd proposit;on of removing them from remote districts, where, if at all, they really are a defence to isolated settlers, and having them only to garrison large towns, where they can be of no earthly use. General Chute, of course, desires to carry out the orders of the War Office. His Excellency has said that as soon as the military settlers are located at the Patea, the portion of the 18th Regiment stationed there may be withdrawn, not...

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ARRIVAL OF THE MADRAS WITH THE JUNE MAILS GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866

ARRIVAL' or THE MADRAS WITH THE , JUNE. MAILS -4~-- (From the Argus.).;: GENERAL SUMMARY.* LONDON, April 2G. The Australian- February.mails were de liiered in London on the 12tlh and 18th of April The Queen and the jinior members of the Boyal Family were at Osborne -in. good health. The appointment of-the Hon. Manners Sutton as Governor of Victoria is.- corrobo rated. The Hon. Arthur Hutton succeeds Mr. Sutton.in Trinidad. - The Reform Bill debate excites unusual attention throughout England,' causing doubt, dismay, and stagnation in nearly - all branches of industry. The second reading is expected to be carried . to-night by a small majority. The Oaths Bill passed through the House of-Lords with an amendment declaring the Queen's supremacy. The Qualification for Offices Bill and Fel-, lows of Colleges Declaration Bill have passed the second reading. Colonel Torrens has been defeated- at Cambridge by ninetoen votes. The late election committee unseated- 12 Liberals and- 2 Conservati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866

olBl IEE "FBEL PBRE . SS:" -0- . rGOBO)~ s GOTCH, of Ccllina street S?arbooe, hbae been appointed Agents L AOy, l-rceCfield Road Station is i t.o to ret e imcries on tehalf of the i th LctiEe!3 and Romsey districts, .pill'.it e a Suacitnt discharge from all i iL ORE EE PRESS. PUBLISIIED F?y THURSDAY MORNING Y sD?E ? STREET, KILMORE. -:. fr a3rertifirg in the Eil9ere I're ' afendEr: E?ILLINGS SAD SIXPENCE PEB INCH. i. ef ten per cent will be made for * er~erd for cne nmcth ; twenty per , u.,s, .; a1n thirty-three percent for . .-bevczd which time a special arrange - ;f r-iscritiC? to the KlaIre Free Pre ipaerx grter in town, and 7s 6d if posted EG8EON & ACCOUCHEUR, Ikn- Zct'I, Kimre. for four year Resident t-oi ti the Co=nty Hospital of Kent, TID TO SYDE SYDSIEY TREIET, il3 iOO i TO 0OYAL OAX HOTK!. JmiES FLEURY, CHRTECT AND GENERAL AGENT, IETY STREET, KILMORE. L'is Lczon and Lancasbire Fire and Life Is.era.ce Cempany. ALFRID SUCDES, -r-epy asd Victoria streats, KILMORE. SL S...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866

- -- i i nun KILMORE. W DBzmG LZ, Kl.,l-x FtI ,e .11.1, qqt3 as- fol F?lur, £18 0o p'rt-n' Whest. 6' 61 o] r buo hl Brin, is 91 do Polld-4. 2' 01 do Alh.nm M ils q-'ites as fol ,v:- S-,rl 18. Bren £l 1's r t-a P .tari L10 do Wh'at, nr off-rive. Mr. George Hudson quo*te: Oatb, Colorid, 5S01 to 5a 6l per bushel' Bran. 1· 91ne bushel Sihrd, 2; 31 per bushol Potat,'e, L6 t- 18 per ton. ar, 7i 01 per ewt Chair, 7s P Cem. KTyrrro.-The follow.iaare the crices now ruling a-qngivei by+ T4yatoiln Guardias - Flour, £18 O pDer t ,' Whaot, 6' t, 7 per h,"ael Otts 4. to 4. 3.1 o- hu shel UEricor .-The 3f ICor ines quites as foll rii g Flour, £20. W~iat. 9, to 10, nlO~ .rS-el. Pollord. 3a. ner bIushe. TRaa, 2s 6l do. Oto. 6s.91. eo. Ostmeal. £2 rsrer r.. Hey. LO per ton C~as £9 to £10 per too. Potates, L10 do. Bi-.-;o.-Trom the Bmn. e r idependi.t we qunte tie followi-e wlolessle prices current: Flour Adelaide, £23 per ton i . Colenisl, £2'0 Oats. clonisl, 74 Od per bushel CClf. £10 per tin Hay, £...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. FOOT STREET BRIDGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KILMORE FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. FOOT STREET BRIDGE. -00 --oo- pr THE EDITOR OF THE KILMORE FREE PRESS. Str.-Some time ago it'was decided, throuh Councillor Dowling. that a wooden i3ot-bridge be erected across the above street, yet strange to say, since that time, nothing further has been heard of the m:tter. Indeed it is just like the present onneillors, and their mode of doing things. Here is one of the most urgent jobs in the town, and still there is no notice taken of it, while hundreds of pounds ?have b-en injudi eioausl expended on other works. I wonder wrhnt the ex-iMayor-Councillor Taylor res?t, when he proposed the straightening Of the creek at this point; surely Cr. Taylor L-. dbcar in mind that those bridges are mere temporary erections, and the less lost r them the better. Indeed, Sir, many -of the ratepayers at the east side of this .4reet, are put to much inconvenience on recount of the dangerous state of the creek at this pleee. It is to be hoped then, that Co'neillor Dowling...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 8TH JUNE. (Before J. Taylor, and G. Hudson, E[?] J P.s') [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866

KILMOIORE POLICE COUIi FRIDAT, STU JtrE. (Before J. Taylor, and G. Ifudsd,. : J P.s') Martin Ryan was placed on his tr. charge of stealing a horse the prop21': late Rev. Andrew .Maxwell, branded star. iMr. Superintent Page presecutý" Crown. Norman Campbell on oath, was a farmier residing at' Bylands. : ary, 1S65, witness received a 'on:: Maxwell for adjistment, saw the Friday, 17th March, and I missed 19th or 20th; I saw it again Co ::: May, in a paddock belonging to El, . loney, and formerly belongn! i gave information to the poiie, . the pony to-day; the brands are :ojb on near shoulder; I behel t. worth about £15. Joseph Dowling on oath deito farmer, residing at Kilhore; I k? -' soner; I remember in end it, ginning of April last year I a prisoner in a paddock : F.la t? catching a bay pony; I har e .ee:: in question to-day. After ti: poany he saddled it and we ro e::: Wilson's mill; I asked him who 'ie longed to. Prisoner nauied .hodi " Mount William, the name of at\!: remember; p...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. To COdInEsrop-DENz-r.--" Draper." We re= gret that owing. to pressure on our space, and your letter-arriving late, we are com pelled to hold it over until next week. We are happy to be able to state that ?Mr-. Matth eweIayes, of the- Colonial Bank,.who, since our last issue, has had a severe relapse of gastric fever; is now steadily recovering. We would remind the persons liable to be rated within the Borough and also within the various road boards thrug!hout the dis trictothat it is absolutely. necessary they should pay their - rates' before Wednesday next, the 20th inst., or failing to do so- they will be disqualified from voting at the local elections. Persons who do 'not' pay- their rates before the day-named will-not be al lowed to vote at Parliamentary elections ex cept they qualifythemselves by. taking out electors' rights. CE.METER TRUSTEE.--Mr. Timothy IHo ward, as we learn by tile "'Gazette," has been appointed trustee of Seymour Ceme tery, vice P. Tier...

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CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866

CONTINENTAL -00 ---ao- It is-apprehended that war will take place in Europe. The attitude of Austria. and Prussia towards each other is very hostile. Both have been making warlike preparations, each side asking for explanations, of the other'sproceedings, until both:declared that they had.no hostile - intentions,., and that their preparations have been solely as defensive measures. At last when- war appeared inevitable, Austria proposed that, as a proof of their -pacific intentions, they should disarm simultaneously.- This Prussia dealined to do. Italy has taken advantage of the warlike aspect of affairs to make - preparations for attacking Venetia, and has entered tnto an alliance, offensive and defensive, with Prus sia with that end. - The Vienna-Cabinet has addressedmi circus lar despatch to Prussia and the other European powers, informing them that the Austrian armaments' i Venetia were ren dered necessary by the proceedings. of the Italian Government. France has signified to It...

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Monday, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866

KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCiCI [Monday, Juno 11. -4~---- The members present were :-His Wor.hi the Mayor (L. Arcus, Esq.), and Coucilor Dowling, Harris, Fynu, Hudeon, Sudeno Thomas and Taylor. The Mayor requested an adjournment a the Council owing to the abseuce of ft Town Clerk, who, he regretted to say, ha been ill during the past week, and had been unable to enter minutes of last meetinl on the book. Councillor Fynn moved an adjournm~nI for a week. Councillor Harris seconded the m?. tion. Councillor Taylor thought there were a few matters that may be dealt with before the adjournment; he would move that the application of Mr. Vanheem's for gravel be granted-added to the motion. The motion was put and carried without the addition, only. Councillor Taylor votin, against it. enrl appearance; I saw prisoner rid it eeral tines. ,r,;.sexamined by prisoner: T cannot r to brand. ,. Comtn, police constable stationed at ,re,, deposed to the arrest of prisoner, inding the pony about a quarter of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866

ADVERTISEEMENTS. WANTED STONE BREAKERS, and trams to cart-spells between Benalla aztlf Winton. Apply on the works PATRICK .O'CONNOR, 65op Contractor. ADVICE GRATIS. IIOLLOWAY'S PILLS Hcaiaches, Bile,. Loss of Appetite, and Lowness o) Spirits. I'hcse Pllli' require no interruption of business or pleasure, they act mildly on the bowels, strengthen the stomach, "and promote a healthy action of the liver, whereby they purify the blood, cleanse the akin, brace the nerves, and invigorate the whole ays tem.. They effect a truly wonderful change in debili tated constitutions, as they create a healthy app:eite, correct indidestion, remove bile, giddiness, headaches, and ,alpitation of the heart. 1Yeakness and Debility. In 'eases of debility, langour, and nervousness, genc rated by excess of any kind, whether mental or phy sical, the effect of these Pills is in the !-.ighest degree bracing, renovating, and restorative. They drive from the system the morbi' cause of disease; re"establirh the d...

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HOSPITAL COMMITTEE MEETING. Tuesday, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866

HOSPITAL COMMITTEE -MEETING. Tuesday, June 12. The usual monthly meeting of the Kilihnore Hospital Committee was held on Tuesday evening in one of the rooms.-of, the institu tion. The members present were :-Messrs Taylor (president), Hartnell, Dowling, Bos. sence, and Wilson The mintues of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. In the absence- of the hon. see. M-r. 13s sence took the minutes of the meeting. A-report from the' House Surgeon was read relative to some necessary works about the Hospital; also referring to the manner in which furierals- were conducted after night fall. The report was received on the motion of Mr. Wilson, seconded by Mr. Hartnell. iMr- Wilson- moved that no interments be made from the Hospital after 3 p.m. in win ter and 4 p.m. in summer. Seconded by Mr Hartnell; and carried. A sub-committee was appointed to get the necessary repairs mentioned in :.House Sur geon's report performed. The following report from a deputation ap pointed to wait upon the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 June 1866

ADVERTISEMENTS. KILMORE ST. PATKICK'S SOCIETY. A GENERAL MEETING will be held at the Royal Oak hotel on Saturday evening at seven o'clock, for the purpose of rectifying certain matters which escaped notice last meeting. All members are requested to attend. THOMAS HUNT, Hen. Sec. NOTICE. ALLLipersons indebted to the firm of M*'fahon C- and Kyle are reque t.d to pay the same to Twigg and O'Connor, within ten days from this ddte or proceedings will be taken for the recovery of the same. Ie' IAEON & KYLE. Kilmore, 12th June, 186G.'. NOTI E. , LL Claims on the estate of the late Henry G. i. Carpenter, publiman, of Glenburnie, are re quoe'ed to send in the same, on or before the 30th it.at., to the undersigael, one of the trus'ees urder the will of the late II. G; Carpenter. JOHN PLUMMER., Kilmore, June 11,;1866.: "STRATH CREEK GOLD MINING COMPANY, HAYES' HILL" (RE GISTERED) PUBLIO NOTICE,. PUN'Extraordinary General Meet'ng of the Share holders of the above Company will be held in...

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