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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 June 1866

ADVERTISEMIENTS. NOTICE. AL L persons indebted to the firm of M"Mahon and Kyle are requested to pay the same to Twigg and O'Connor, within ten days from this date or proceedings will be taken for the recovery of the same. M'MAHON & KYLE. Kilmore, 12th June, 1866. NOTICE. LT Clailms on the estate of the late Henry G. Carpenter, publian, of. Glenburnie, are re quested to scnd in the same, :on or before the 80th ir at., to the undersigned, one of the trustees under the will of the late IT. G* Carpenter. JOHN PLUMMER. Kilmore, June 11, 1866. "STRATIIH CREEK GOLD MINING COMPANY, HAYES' HILL" (RE. GISTERED ) PUBLIC NOTICE, AN Extraordinary General Meeting of the Share holders of the above Company will be held iri Kelly's hotel, Kilmore, on satarday, the 7th day of July next at 8 o'clock, p.m., for the following pur poes, viaZ : 1. To elect Directors and Officers to manage the affairs of the Company. 2. To adopt Rules and transact general business. JOHN OIIARLRS HAYES, Kilmore, 9th...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 June 1866

MCELLJANEOTS EXTRACTS. FOrxDInIGO or A NOTIEa STrn?ME.- -deter new large iron screw.steamer, similar Sthe ill-fated London, Amalia, and Gren- I S-z teamers, is believed to have foundered, Severy oul on board. She was the 1 -rbudda1357 tons register, commanded . Captain Hardy, belonging to the Bomb ay l Bengal Steam Shipping Company, and SOnsidered a first-elass steamship, having built under special survey of Lloyd's ?veyors. She was only launched last sum er from Messrs. T. Vernon's ship building 1 !ld at Liverpool, and having received her , lt?.uipment she sailed from that port for ?nay on ISth Nov. last, with a crew of t fifty hands. There is no doubt she ?4Otntered the full fury of those disastrous es which from that time until the month Jrnu y. swept the Atlantic. The New Pk packet ship Albion, which arrived at .e'rpool on the 21st of November,.reported 'g signalled her on the 19th, in lat. 30 9 W.; she was then apparently in : being under canvass only, buV the hlir Was too heav...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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KILMORE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 June 1866

KILIORE AGRICULTURAL SO CIETY'S PLOUGIIING MATCII. rCnTuesday, the 12th instant, the .i.~0 Ploughing Match of the Kilmore gcricule ral Society was held at Lancefield in a 1-" dock belonging to R. S. Graham, E1sq. weather was as fine as could be bdiri though the number of spectators cannot f said to be very large. There were fourtt`S horse teams in the M1en's Class, and in th" of the boy's. only two. The judlge 3Messrs. '. F. Hamilton and G. Dew r. ' Gisborne, and Mr" Daniel SutherlandS. Kilmore, in the absence of Mir. Kinnear.' K-yneton who had been appointed but : not arrived. The following were the entries: 1. Michael Ryan, Lancefield, for GUtltr and Stewart ; plough by Sellar 2. Alexander Malcolm, Lanceield,. I: Guthrie and Stewart; plough by lhutchtTr 3on. Isaac Mills, Lancefield, for P'ete Mitchell; plough by HIutchinson. 4. John MI'Neil, Donnybrook, for J0oN Menzies; plough by Hutchinson. 5. Thomas Tobin, Lancefield, for ,d;; plough by Hutchinson. G. Thomas Harriman, Launeield...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 June 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. -00 ADELAIDE, Moni,.' The new gold fields are creating mult. speculation. Fresh discoveries are re. ported. It is rumoured that Government have re tained six of the leading counsel furtihe l. fence in the threatened action against to of them for a breach of the Constituti.a Act, as telegraphed last Wednesdav. Arrived.-Cre:: ,-ell, from Londiii il:r. lotte Gladstone, with immligrants,fruia Litr. pool,via Plymouth.. Tue?,!1.t, Parliament met to-day. The Chief Secretar rhas given n,;tic. i a motion for Friday, for :n addrhss t,) t1i, Queen p?m;aing tfor the removal of Ju'_ !oothl s Js udge of tlhe S iPreLe.. Cur't : .'arious reasons set fort'h: :',ad the :ptili:;. meat of a coinunittee to prep:are tie ;.. dres. dsNotice of mction lhs been c ,bii is t! : Assembly for repealing the ,,ct of 1.5. :. poInti:ig an A ttorney- (eneral for the uiurp,,t of re;trictiug the operation of the gra.:tl jurit system. An influential deputation hasi ,itl ut.i the Government to urge th!e ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 June 1866

KIL3IORE BOROUGIH COUNCIL. Monday, Juno 18. -0-- --~ -o Present :-Councillors Hudson, Dobinson, iden and Thomas. I quorum not being present, at the usual !cur. the meeting hpsed

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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NATIVE NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 June 1866

NATIVE NAMES. (From the Ballarat Star.) 00-- Those of our readers who feel an interest in our native names, and the meaning attach. ed to them, will, we are siure, be gratified by the list of them which we present below. Having learnt some time since that Mr .T. L;. Currie, of Larra, near Mount Elephant, had, during his lona residence in Victoria, been at the pains to procure from the natives the names given by them to various places in the colony of more or less interest, together with the meaning attached to the words, we took the liberty of applying to him for. a copy of the list of words so obtained by him for the purpose of publication. The request was kindly complied with. In forwarding us the subjoined words Mr. Currie states that unfortunately he has mislaid the manuscript containing the complete list collected by him which, however, he hopes to find ere long, and when he does so, he kindly states that he will place it at our disposal. The list now furnished us, it will be s...

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 — 21 June 1866

G niTS FOR IEE FREL. PEBLEs." -0 gESgF. GLK1DON & GOTCI, of Cdllirs strect ,t, - l _unrTn, Lave bcen appointed Agents - I. -'ANNON,0 Lanerfield Road Station is .?-ci- to r:oive monies on behalf of t'he 1,,e ts," in the L-cn:fieL a?d Ramsrey districts, 1 : re?:p: will be a suficient 'iscEhrge from dli jgE RLM ORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHIIED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT STDNEY STREET, EILMORE. r-E tr^s fcr arcr: -.g in the KXlmor, F'ee P1 are as :Litr: .I;O SHIELLIhGS A.ND IXPENCE PER IhCIH. A r,?utitoa of ten pwr cert will be made fur ,T .aýert. crdered for ne nmonth; twen'y per "t for to ri-caths; nri thirty-three percent for S.e net' :--beiond which time a .peci.l arrange r ýti1 be mace. .e ter.is of subscription to the KiiaoresFree Pre"s : Ite 1 6d per quarter in town, and 7s 61 if posted tree:ntry. SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR, -r: Lry's !'ctel, ilmore, for four years Resident SErgecn to the County Hospital f Kent, E:OVTED TO SYDNEY STREET, LT DOOR TO ROYAL OAK HOTET. JAMES FLEU...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 June 1866

NEW ZEALAND. We have Aueldand files to the 9th. AsPECT OF %NATIVE ArrAnIs.-Native matters again look threatening: meetings have been held in the Thames district, at which a number of Tarankis were present. The " Southern Cross" of the 7th inst says:-" At these they have laid down the laws of the new religion, whose prophet is Tarikomako, and have excited the Thames natives by representing that the Europeans wish to exterminate them and seize their land. We are glad to be able to state that Thompson is working hard to counteract the influence of these men. The latest news from the Thames is that the Taranakis have left the district, and gone towards the East Coast; and this leads us to hgpe that peace may be preserved in the Thames. The news from Tauranga is that the natives who were living quietly at Matapihi and other settle ments in the district are being tampered with by the rebel emissaries. We learn from Taupo natives that a very strong feeling exists in that district in respec...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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IRISH HONOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 June 1866

IRISH IIONOUR. A London newspaper, out and out Pro testant and English; remarked the other day, in speaking of the escape of the Fernian Stephens, that there must be something very admirable in a people confessedly one :of the poorest in Europe, when an offer of£2,000 in hard money had failed for many weeks to tempt any of them, however poor, to give up to the Government a man. whom they re; garded as a patriot.. We shall not be sus pected of any sympathy with the Fenians; it would have given us hearty pleasure if Stephens had not escaped, or if he had been recaptured. But we cannot sufficiently ad mire this real greatness. It is in some res pects far more noble than even the fi delity of the Scotch, when some of them were tempted by offers even more magnificent to betray the young chevalier Charles Ed ward in 1745. All honour to those noble Scots, for all honour is their due, rather be cause the cautious and thrifty character of the canny Scots make it impossible to sus pect that t...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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THE BOMBARDMENT OF VALPARAISO. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 June 1866

THE BOMIBARDMENT OF VALPA- . RA1SO. B BY ELECTRIC TELEGRIAPI. (From the Argus.) SYDNEY, Tuesday. The Inspector Puls brings particulars of the Bombardment of Yalparaiso -by the b Spanish fleet. On the 31st of March the b; Chilian troops on shore numbered about 4,000, so as to prevent the Spaniards from disembarking. On the morning of the 31st, the English frigates Sutlej and Leander entered the harbour and anchored. The Spanish fleet and transports anchored oppo site the Van Delmar. The American fleet took a position on the north side of the fJ harbour. Mr. Kilpatrick, the American a minister, was on board. The Spanish res sels steamed slowly in-shore, in the following order:-La Numancia, La Resolucioa, Villa de Madrid, La Blanca, La Yencedora, La 3faule, and the Numancia's launch. The smaller ships remained at the anchorage. The Numancia reached the middle of the 1 bay about a mile from shore, and about E eight o'clock commenced the bombardment by firing shells into the city. The Ch...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT THE KILMORE POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 June 1866

ARRI1YAL AN D DESPIATCH OF IAILS AT THE KILMOiRE POST-OFFICE. OtUieea I Arrival I 1) parture. delbourne "D ily d t 7'30 Campbellfield Daily rt 4 p.m.,: .' p.m. (Sundays Snmcrton b. at 9 p.m. (Sunr.Tiys excepted). Ltt I),nnt brook I uxcepted) t rs 4ntI:t to 8 on Wallan VWllan J paymont of lato lar:ta, irgo Chiltcra In'ligo W g.h.t:nyah iutllerglen Bclvoir arnaw ariba Alb ury Wang"rstta". \V mtrn DDily at 2 s.m. Dsilyait 45p.m I hea ll I Monrdays exc4.t d Sundaycxceptei Violet Town Euroa Lo:rgwcod, Seymour T-ilnr,:k Broadford Ki.:i Perrot Jamiretn J Telathccta } Pyalong I Tues., Thors, and Jfon., WAd., and Heedy Creek I Sat., at 1 p.m. Fri., at'nrrc PC: J Wood's Point " Tues., Tl:urs., and ?lon., Wed., rnd Matklt ) Sut., at 2 a.m. Fri., at 3"45 p.m. Tues.s. T r., and Tuc , Thllur., & Lrnccflel }. Sit., at 3.So p m. lat.. at 4 15 p.m ?l:e receivirg boxes are cleared daily ('undea: except ed) at 7 30 p.m., and Mr ytfcot's box 3:0 pam. Money orders are issued daily (gcndurs trecp...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Thursday, June 21. (Before the Resident Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 June 1866

KIIR MORE POLICE COURT. -o-' Thursday, June 21: -o (Before the Resident Magistrate.) Patrick Whelan, charged by Constable James Deacon, with using obscene language in a public placc, was fined 40s. T, he same defendant was also fined 20s. for resisting the police. _

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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RATHER VEXATIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 June 1866

RATirER VEXATIOUS.-A few nights ago a poor woman at Stony Creek, named Schafer, who had been robbed by Chinese poultry fanciers of most of her fowls, resolved to sit up and endeavour to protect the rest. She accordingly concealed herself in the hen-house with the intention of giving the alarm if the thieves repeated their visit. Two or three of them did so,. and carried off the last of a score of birds before her eyes, for instead of frightening the Chinamen, they so terrified her that she could not utter a sound. " Daylesford Express." What length ought a lady's crinoline to be ?-A little above two feet. Dreadful.-Said the lovely Julia to the lovely Fanny, " Why is a new-born baby like a cow's tail ?"-" I don't know. You know I never can guess a conundrum." " Because it was never seen before."-Fanny fainted. MDr. Sergeant Gardener being lame of one leg, and pleading before the late Judge For tescue, who has little or no nose, the judge told him he was afraid he had but a lame cause...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 June 1866

KILMO~RE BOROUGlI COUNCIL. Monday, Juno 25: Present :-The Mayor and. Councilkrs Hudson, Dowling, Dobinson, Sugden, Taylor, and Thomas.. In the absence of the clerk, through: ill. ness, Cr. Taylor officiated. Tae minutes of a previous. meeting were read and confirmed.. Correspondence was read and disposed of as follows : 1: From H. Vanheems. Application for gravel,. Granted. 2. From the Health Officer relative to Gipps street. Received,. 3.. From T. Coghill. Application for Dog Inspectorship: Received. " 4. From Patrick Ryan, contractor for Gipps street Applicatio.n for three weeks time. Granted. A report from the.Inspector of Nuisance. was received: Applications were received from the fol lowing persons to have their names placed on the rate-book: . K. McLeod, Michael Chamberlain, Thos. Gent, William Kerr, Thomas Coghill, James Grant, Matthew Ryan, P. P. Bresnan and Edward Rafferty. Cr. Sugden. moved that the names be placed on the rate-book provided the rates of each were paid in a...

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 — 28 June 1866

C01! tEUCTAL I'J[!ELLIGENOE JIiMORRE. ýT X33?ý:Z?, ; I ;,ire r!-:r H 115 q :ota ne fol B'*ý qlt ati do PA~.r-i LIG !j]C '"i:'AýI isy ." R! f. 1o [iP'ý ý ]q ricr t` Par~uo 10 a k ft, norS· Bcffl QL e . (iit, 1 S.V 3. t3 fu 5 I per bu1.tFz ptats. 116 to L8 per tcn. J~r~..74=ierewt Cht', 7l per ac. E~ s-- the f io i~a;eo the primc nDo ruling p L1-9r " 4l A Enriitnn Gu ariiua 3~~r~ 1 04a'r Oni R'b-ntý ' t · arr bllsf+e1 r~i 4r. to:4: 3d p. ,r ns::d jur co;.- Ta 1L rar i etl Qmntecs:as foI.Ewing Pi!zr, £2-0. Pe1brd. 1P. p'i bushel. Ar.^, 2e 63 dc. Odd. 6 t.9 9 do. O~t=Val £2 er ew'. Hfv .LTAO prr tcn CI"s £9 to L1i per.tor. routc'e., L1i0'.

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 — 28 June 1866

;'' 7 rF:-±. rrr'p4ctfu;lJy reqnirrted to _s. `Fi- wr aiiistiit cf Watt of S:i-~rr Of the FzEu Thi53 ii, b:cm. s -tm.t torilJ r ti ,= tLFilinore "Free Press," --.r ucIc2ts are iu arrea s, are requested to p.;v up the se forthwiih Persona who :i"rJe adet;4ed Li-uitaer 1 42 l;nWse of Lind Art, are re iairdF to Cili at the offlee and i u cunts at Onlce, *as the amounts N i. it wulca mil , pay to send the r*Iri i far thew.i~i~l SOT ICE. 4 LL perss had . claims. against the undere?gncd ar3 rNquested to SEND IN THIEil1 ACCOUNTS. FOR PAY 3..NT WITHOUT DELAY; and all PE?iSONS INDEBTED TO US 3MUST SETTLE THEIR ACCOUNTS FORTII WITIH oth rwisa thev will be handed over to a olicitcr 1',r immediate recovery. IL P. HARRIS & Co., Sydney street, Kilmore. DUBLIN & MANCHESTER WAREHOUSE, SYDNEY STREET, TILMORE. HAVING. Disposed of Our Business to Messrs. William Kerr & C)., we take this opportunity of thanking our customers for their liberal patronage, and to solicit a con tinu...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 June 1866

FUNERAL NOTICE. THE funeral of the late Mrs. Roderick McKenzie will move from the Dunrobin Castle Hotel at 2 p m. on Thursday, the 28th inst.     Friends will please accept this invitation.   J. WIESEL, Undertaker. DEATH. At Clonbinane Station, on the 28th inst., Mrs.   Roderick McKenzie, is her 68th year. Deeply regretted.

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THE SEBASTOPOL MINE AFFRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 June 1866

TIE SEBAS'TOPOL MINE AFFRAY. I (From the Star. M.- r.--! mrine afIray th:at octurred ::t Se - ,in 13th .Tune. 1tWE'.,en the Wor'ilg nid Albicr Gl1d 1Miing Con:panis, :?l the subje,-t of a iolo,: an.I 'earl- :aer's investiga?i'n, for ti ]urp,-e .-vi a:.r some!i clear ui:der. t:mii'g in ,rence to the actu:d b--arihg ; of t' e Ca: e. e glaring fact of th? dhto lvi' la 'l .r one of its c-Oe:::c.'. tie deatl of T=- es lIeroi, the niler V, . wis su:19 1te l La on° of the drives iu the mnli.ne of the Wo,,k i'g Miners Company, coudl not be over looked, whl.tever von ira?:i on was to be put i-on the e.teesi:we- vhol:::inous evideuce tha t-- l ea adduc-ei with reference to both sides. A life has been lot during a -i:-+ue .bettween two mining companies, and :he ;.: lie required that some reparation c h!! e, made by those at whose door the i. f that life is to be laid. Fortunate it is th :t the affray has not been attended with 1 the loss of more than one life, for, from the 1 imminent danger i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 June 1866

ADYERTISEMENTS. de NOTICE. L LL ACCOUNTS due to WILLTA DWYER, -. Blacksmiih, near Farmers' Arms Hotel, Kil more, are required to be paid by Tueeday next, the 3rd July, otherwise legal proceedings will be taken for their rrcovery. FOR SALE. ; I.. SAWELL will sell by auction, at 12 neon TI on the 30th inst., at the Royel Oak hotel, a Team of six Bullo-ks and D:?y. £2 REWARD. OST, on Moraudinu Common, ono Dark Cheenut MARE, branded DG near shoulder; one dark Bay HORSE, branded B1' near shoulder. Ar.yons tring'ng the horase to the Kilmore Flour a Mills will receive the above reward. h 58p W. DEGRAVES & Co. u NO EICE. IF the Grey HORSE, branded like A near shoul der, white ecum on near eye, leit in my padd ek by a bulkcek-criver on the 8,h of Novcmber lsº, be not claimed within 21 days fronmt this date it will C be told to pay exper.soe. WILLIAM LOKHAIILT. June 27dt, 1856. ELECTION NOTICE. rO tl.oe ELEOTOtRS of the NORTH-WESTERN . PROVINCR. o Geetliren,-I tako the earlisat op or:...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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SEYMOUR ROAD BOARD. SPECIAL MEETING. Saturday, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 June 1866

0 ý R BOARD. tice p,`CIAL 3IEETING. Op ySatu , June 23. ni S Mers. Perron (tirman), lth -on, Porter, Robertson, Shel. pa ?:?rtve meeting was to consider mrtim~nd spreading the metal, gil t Tllarook 0 se. ,,.an read the requisition calling n ' t ingeeWM after which tenders were do .folows for carting and spreading ac rien . 1 per yard for Tallarook only th :3 do for Seymour only Fi ' " do for Tallarook. 4 do for Avenel .% do for Avenel, Tallarook, I and Seymour ;l do for Tallarook cnly 9d o for Avenel, Seymour & Tallarook SpErtr moved that E. Byan's tender d:~ 1by MLr. Shelton. Si' ena moved that the metal be . re os? re?qu ired as directed by ? hlbour men and one of the Works re. ex .?: bYr dir. Porter. m :?for wrorks at Tallarook were re- de rfollows - de ? . elearing, 11 per chain, drains, th Ga. ... £154 2 O -, do 10s per chain, drains, of Ss.... £220 8 0 f r do 10s per chain, drains 5s b £131 0 0 lil do £1 11 4d per chain, o drains 6s...£290 6 S do £15s0Od per chain, dra...

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