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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION, TO SUPPLY ONE VACANCY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "FREE PRESS." [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865

THE MU"NICIPAL ELECTION, TO SUPPLY ONE VACANCY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE " FREE FRESS." Si,--" The race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, neither riches to men of understanding, but time and chance happeneth to them all." This quotation is aptly verified by Tuesday's Municipal Elec tion. The declared "old lady" of the "Examiner," was chosen by a majority of his townsmen to represent them in the Borough Council, and it is to be regretted that there are not more such old ladies to sit i-ith him, the newly elected councillor. If there were, the town would soon assume a very different aspect; for altho' he may have been likened to an old lady (God save the mark), he is a practical man of business, in his own way, and intellectually and morally, would soon put the "Examiner" to blush-if it is possible for him to feel anything, and those who cannot feel cannot blush. The dis position lately assumed of setting law at defiance, of over-riding Acts of Parliament, by an assumptio...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865

;LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TTJEsDAY, TIJL- 2. ------o Mr. HIOBOTHa.t brought down a Gover nor's message, calling attention:to the neces sity for certain verbal amendments in the bills to consolidate the laws relating to the Public Health, Common Law Procedure, In solvency, Police Offences, Justices of the Peace, and Juries. The hon. gentleman gave notice that on Wednesday he would move that the message be taken into con sideration. Mr. EDWARDS intimated that on the con sideratio of the Public Health Law Conso lidation Bill, he would move that clause 95 to' 96 (relating to Yarra: pollution) be ex punged. In reply to Mr. O'Snrnxssr. Mr. GRa-rT stated that ths map showing the areas to be open for selection under the Land Act, and the return ordered by the House on the 7th December last, would be laid on the table during the current week. The Post Office Law Amendment Bill was recommitted for further .amendments. Mr. HIGINBOTHnA? moved the second read ing of the Public Works Law Amendment a...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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ELECTION OF BOROUGH COUNCILLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865

ELECTION OF BOROUGH COUN - CILLOR. The election to fill the vacant seat at the Council Board, occasioned by the disqualifi cation of Mr. John Plummer,. through non attendance, took place at the Mechanics' Hall, Albert street, Kilmore, on Tuesday last. The Mayor of the Borough, John Taylor, Esq. acted Returning Officer. The candidates were Mr. William Dowling, and MIr. William Hartnell. The election passed off very quietly, and the' trouble taken to look up voters was not very great. The following is the result of the poll: William Dowling ........ .......... 75 William Hartnell ........................ 61 MIr. Dowling was declared elected by a majority of 14. The usual vote of thanks terminated the election.

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ARRIVALAND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT THE KILMORE POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865

ARRIVAL AND DESPATCHI OF MAILS AT TILE KILM3ORE POST-OFFICE. Odi n Arrival Dekanrure MdDualy D al d a73011 C~aipb li Dafly at 4 p.m.., & p m. (-uvma~a3 S .mfttoa } tt9 (Sutkds;a exeptu'). Let Ibnn bro k i excepted) ternaeut to 8 on WalaPaY'aIJ. p~jwento!iaWe Bjwarrif .1v41-'n,'.·.' c &dweir Winet at °2`r:i D, ýit345'p.m Bnaemh Moc1 Ua afcCt~d -undmyexeqptei Viclet Tow . . Xnroa Biadf I Ki Larrot ~LJag~umai 3 ..is Pialm, j Ttiae.,Tbaur, swd &.10 .,We&, and ,t&d 414 l Ce sat.,at 1 pm. Fri., at noon. WoaaasPoint . { Ins.., Thure., ai t on., Wed., ani ýitPcZ mit ) Sat, -t 2 am. Fri- at 3.45 p.m. Tama., Tnurv., and fuet , Tuis , & Iaarefid, S t. at 3 30 v m. it., 'tt 4 1 p.;.. Tb Wrt Vei+Tr bexe, are cleared d0il3 (5unds- ex esitad)at 1'30 p.m., and "Mr Barf~ot'u box a 330 pm Menoyo.tera ae i1."ai daisy (3n'ndaaa ex+'.pred) fvcuV an.ko330 pm.

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TALLAROOK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865

TALLAROOIEKRACES. TRWAD?s:-DJnald Mackintosh, Esq.; Micbhb Hickey, ELq; T. O'CdnnforE.q: . L. Saw:e, Eeq Geo. Grant, E q Judge :-J. M. Ferrell, Esq. Treasurer :- t.omas Fox, E.q. Starter and 0ierk: of thei ?~is. e :-C. G. Ander eon, E'q. The Tallarook RIces came off on Thursday last, on a nice piece of ground situated about two miles from the township of Tallarooa and adjacent to Sunday Creek. The weather. whichpreviously hadbeen fery'y -et, continiil fine during the day, and-tlihd quantity of rai that had fallen oiily served to mane the Couirse in execellent orider. There was a considerable numlber of spec tators on the ground to witness the race, nearly all of which were well contested. Great credit is due to the Stewards and those connected with the meeting, to whoa exertions mainly is to be attributed the success that attended the races thr6ughout. Although advertised to come off on Thur: day, the races were continued all throuh the following day. There were two or three acciden...

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SATURDAY, APRIL 29. (Before A. M. M'Crae, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865

• Si TUR?DY, APrIL 29. (Before A. M. M'Crae, Esq., P.MI.) 3Janet Hamiilon charged' by Cionstable Butler with absconding from the Melbourne Industrial School. Remanded to Mel bourne.: -`t,' i

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL 28. (Before A. M. M'Crae, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865

KILMORE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, Arar 28. (Before A. M.. M'Crae, Esq., P.M.) John Kennedy v. John Duggan, inter ,pleader sununons. Execution to stand, £1 is costs to be paid by defendant. Murdoch M'Kenzie v John Nicolson, for assault. Defendant was ordered to pay a penalty of £10, and 12s costs.

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 3. (Before J. Taylor, and D. N. Nicolson, Esq., J.P.s.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865

WEDNESDAi, 3ly 3: - - '(Befoie "J.Taylor, and D. N. Nicolson, Esq., J.P.s.) The Queen il re Thomas Fox v John Bartley,. for, burglary and . stealing. Re. nanded,; at request of police, to the 10th inst.

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BYLANDS AND GLENBURNIE ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, MAY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865

BYLANDS AND GLFNBURNIE ROAD BOARD' ' ,= Present :-The Chairman (Mr. Nunan), and Messrs. Dowling;; JEitizptrick,i, andi O'Brien. -- CORIESPO2NDEK CE.: - - 1 From Mr. Baugh, enclosing the Board's portion of the Common toll fund. Received: 2. From Messrs. O'Connor and Ryan, requesting an extention of time to complete their contract. Granted. 3. From Mr. Cahill, treasurer and. rate collector, saying, he cduld= not attend the meeting, but forwarded the bank-book. It was decided that Mr. Cahill should mee?t a sub-committee, to consist of the Chairman, Mr. Dowling, and Mr. Fitzpatrick, on Thursday next. ,Instructions were given to the Clerk to call for tenders for scraping, and -spreading metal on the Sydney 'rad,. tenderers to have the option of doing one or more miles. In reply tda question from Mur. Fitzpatrick, the Clerk stated that the proposal to send a delegate to the Wallan Wallan Conference was overridden by an amendment, authorising the delegates to get a solicitor's opinion; and...

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ACCIDENT ON THE GRAND TRUNK OF CANADA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865

ACCIDENT ON THE GRAND TRUNK= S OF CA.,ADA RAILWAY. (nroX TB : DTnrOIT lREE PRESS, DEC. 16.) A most dreadful accident, attended with lcss - life, occurred last night on the Grand Trunk Patilroad, about a mile and a half west of the Detrit a.nd Milwaukee junction, through a co)lli-in between the day passes ger expre.u west and a freight train going e?"t. The p'rticulars which have been thered t'us l:tr arn nearly as follows: e Ipa-enger train was behind time, and had mle all th: ner:es:rv pascs, according to the tu. e-ra. lhi instraction, until it had I passl New B lti:r-oe station, where, it is asid, it had or.iers to cross the freight going eawt of the ,etroit ad Milwaukee junction. When it a- riled there. secording to the story oftf ti ojrator at rie Grand Trunk June tio., it had orders to proceed all right. Un der these instructions it passed the junction, when shorti": fierwards the engineer thought he discovered an engine ahead. The next moment he heard a whistle to down breaks,...

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IMMIGRATION TO NEW ZEALAND.—GOVERNMENT REPUDIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865

IIf&!IGRATION TO NRW ZElLAND.-. GOVERNMENT REPUDIATION.' (Fri m the Daily Southern Cross.) I is actually true, although meet persons will find some d flLulty in belitving it that the Govetr am t of this colony are preparing to repudiate its a olhmn en gagements with the peop:e whom it has induced to cauor here, and to leave them unprovided for. We say a "sotemn engagement." for solemn en Isgh eur agreement may be considered whose faithful carrying out ensures the comfort and well-being of thousands, and whose re; udiation may be the ruin of the pros pects-yes, and of the morals of the same number. What we mean nay be very briefly and very plainly stated ; inweed this seems to be one of th se subjects so serious as to be best expressed by the simplest' statements. The G svernment has introduced a large number of settlers, already, we may say, amoun'i'g to quite three thousand souls. Two thousand more are upon'their way from the mother country, and may be shortly expec.eo here...

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THE BHOOTAN EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865

THE BHOOTAN EXPEDITION. (F~oM THE CALCUTTA ENGMLSII3i, FEB. 21.) The Bhootan expedition has turned out by no means the easy task that was expected. When we last wrote the Dooars were in our possesion, and all was quite, the Bhooteas being supposed to have given in. It was howeaer, only the calm that precedes the storm. When we were almost lulled into security it burst upon us. A simultanleous attack was suddenly made upon all our fron tier posts, and though the Bhooteas were driven back from the others, the garrison of Dewangiri had, though they repulsed the first attack made upon them, to evacuate the place, or rather, to tell the plain but disagree. able truth, the Bhooteas seized a position which enabled them to cut off the water sup ply of the garrison, and the latter, weakeud by sickness, commenced a retreat which en ded in a disgraceful flight, guns being thrown down khuds, and the wounded left to the mercy of the Bhooteas. A correspondent with the garrison describes the scene...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1865. SELF HELP. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865

ITilaorr f.tF t Vrt00 PTBLISHID 'IIUFtSDAY XOR3III~'. STIIU1ISDAY, MAT 4. 1865. S - SELF HELP. WI have all heard, perhaps, of the old rusty nomlwctor, on the top of a church.steeple, -i ich, it has not !,een inappropriately said, is always waiting for a flash of lightning. Many, people in this colony, and perhaps more espediall; in our own neighbourhood, are'in "a similar position to the rustv con ductor, waiting, with fullded arias. for a flash of luck to lead them to fortune: Too many of us, like SIr. Ma.cal aw, are, it is to be feared, waiting '" or sc;iuthing to turn up," without making the kiast ?undearour, furtlher than those we lihae been accustomed to make in defiance of times, changes of eircumstances, or alteration in the character and calculation of things. When rich men cease to speculate, to venture their moner in mines, farming, or mnu.factcri;s, what do the poor men do? Why, teyr fold their arms, in the way we have hinted at, and wait for the liash of luci , or for so...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TuESDAY, MiY 2. Parliament reassembled on Tuesday, on the termination of the Easter holidays. Ini the Legislative Council. Mr. FAwK-f-n obtained leave af absence ,';r sir. Ja:s:s HeaLt :,; the reuL?iad?ri of the present session. On the motion io Mr. H!ervey, the order of the day for the secolnd reading of the Charitable Institutions Bill was discharged from the paiper. Mr. HIIuGETT moved the seeond reading of the Quartz Reefs Drainage L.tw Amend ment Bill. The motion was seconded by Mir. Murphy and agreed to, and the Bill was committed pro forma. MIr. SLADEN moved the second reading of the Fencing Law Amendment Bill. Mr. FAWKNER seconded the motion, which after some remarks from ?Ir. Cole, was agreed to, and the bill was committed pro forma. The St. Kilda and Brighton Railway Sale Bill, the Lien on Crops Bill, nud the County Courts Law Amendment Bill, were brought up from the Legislative Assembly, and were severally read a first time. Messages were also received...

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MEN-POODLES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "FREE PRESS." [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865

. .. EN-POODLES. TO THE EDITOR OF TIE " FREE P?ElS.' SIr,--I am glad to see that in your issue of Friday last, you have re-pullished an article quoted from the " Leader," on the above subject The article seems to me to apply ptrongly to some amongst us, and, therefuor, it may be studied by them to advantae. I am, Sir, Your obedient Servant OBSERVER.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "FREE PRESS." [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE " FREE PRESS." Sr,--A well-known writer has said, " As all know that nature descends into infinite smallness; all beings have parasites, and if you take a large buzzing blue bottle fly, an'd look at it through a mieruscope, you may see twenty or thirty little ugly insects crawling about it, which doubtless -think their fly to be the bluest, grandest, merriest, and most important animal in the uuiverse, and are convinced the world would be at an end if it ceased to buzz!'" So thinks your colntemporary, the "Examiner." And he has a rinht to think so if he likes, even tho' it is absurd and provokes laughter. But tit he has a right, either from personal -:Kt.?en or partizanship, to prostitute the pre-s by making it the vehicle by which he thr ,;rs out his personal and low bred venom, 1 de:i. And in the unwarrantable abuse i nLile of his position, in attacking a harm i-sand u nf!ending man, in his issue oflast -Fri, he has not only earned the...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865

CODMMERCIAL IN T1LLIGENCE. KiLMORU. ,W bet 7. 6d to 8. 6d per bushel LIst or Brmu Paicz. Oats, Colordi :, 3- 9 to 4s 01 per bushel Bra, Is 64 to 1- Sd per bushel Pollard, .I Pr hab.el .Pcta: e, - - t S. per eart. Hao,:5s 6 i per e: Cthati, Es pr cA:. ILT-rsclrT.-Fromt the MIror 2r?es, we quote the CoLoa i:n , rn. : Flour, t-ot, £21 twr ton S.Wl.rt,8- OQ to Sb 6d per bushel P.:llard 2. 3.1 er i ost.el Bran, I« S I p-r bushel Ott, 4 6d per huhel ;Prire see- cats, 5s 6t per buste! H1r £r in, per ?,n Pota.toe, £:0 rr 'o,' KrurET.S .-Tr-e t l4uain are thle vrices now rulirg as q t- et by the K;r.e on G -ardiaJ :- F;aur, £f1 to £2~ 10e ptr ten Wh at, -s per bus' r1 Os a 3- to 3+ El per baL.el BE3lZGo -From t'.e BIendigo Independent we qu.te tnefo!lo-irg wr olcSale prices cutreut: F~our Adeleide, £i7 jer ton S Col- ni £- ,, ,, Chliao £:3 ,, Bran, 2' per ht..4,l Oat_, e,!..raidl, 44 91 per bushel .?afr, £5 ;per t-n H. J,4 154 jer t.n &n'LsorTn.-- Frnmn the Pra'd v" quote the fl lo.r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865

fASENT FOR ITHE "FREE PRESS." -0 S(?RsE GORDON& GOTCH, of Colli?r Nret.t w wro, Ydbourne, hebeaen appointed Agents for this Journal Mr HINSCKALL, of SEYMOUR, has bfee, ap. pised Agg for this :forsal for the disrict of SEaour. Mr MARONEY, Teater. lylands, has been an pointed Aieet for this Jourmlia that ditrict yr QUIN. &arekaepet, BOI)ADFORD, ham beappointed A get icr this JIaoia:in the Bread tr3 distriet. te.mrsDUNN&IKLLY, Stoekespe-?'~DARL?r ORD, BiL iver, has bees ppointd ae.t in that d atrict fJr thiu JournaL THE KILIORI FRPEE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT srDNIr STRIST, KILIORE. THE trts fr advertiig in the il7owr Free Pr mwr aundr : TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE PER INCH. A reduction of ten per net will be made for ad?vrtise~ents ordered for one month ; twenty per tent for two munths; and thirty-three petr ent for three months -beyond which time a specl arrange ert will be wade. The ters of sabseiptio to thE ilm~e Free Pme wi'i be 6a 6d per qu...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865

NOTICE. The Qusrtm for auba-rictkn to the Free Press wflt emu ece en the 23rd Mfartb, 23-d dune, 23--d $ce #abebr, and 23rd Decemiber. Ptreome rar,,ot witrdaw t ii-ir ia~rura `rl ihe roll of Sabicriter, without peirb ap to tile end of the current quarter. 2Gw-eu'acrimt.re can be enrolled at ary time by '.ay ia rrsb-crirti a propor'icrna!e to the period in the uaricr res irt g urxci red. Adree'ti-rnme t ce lried for ca:'] iiaue up to two ;.ea. n the a ptetiCTu to rutlPcatiun. Rlch e' r-rttc-niert 5t.o.i bea upon i1t mranueCtipv the ruc-1.- r '.f ine rtiora reqgiae . W; t rn ro ný'ruei na are wtf in referer.re to rt'1. 1 t'z=r of irteri4-ns. the vdretlijeier.t ei i be co'ts ued LLtil ccriuerwvjeder , er rtl xoirL , s7.;,' l erred od-r.,rdi":gly. N tice to withdrat an od.-r:iesii,: r.: chi4Ild he giien in wn'i'iT. All t~rLE to L ,.r rr d:i:octiri.ap ad7ertiepoaents must be.mnde ii, wri irne, . and frrwe ded to this aice b-fu.re Fix ip in ,t he Tu. eai+ of etch w" ek.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. One or two communications havebeen sent us, but owing tothey not being authenticated with the' writer's name; we cannot insert them. KmLMonn AYDi ANCEFIELD AGnICULTrr4 SOCIETY.-A meeting of the committee of the Kilmore Agricultural Society was held at the Red Lion hotel, Kilmore, on Thu?da last. The '"members present were: Fro N this district, the President (MIr. TA. hI tin), and Messrs Still, M'Gregor, Robertson, Lobb, and Kinnear; from Lancefield, ?Mes,; Graham, Haley, and Conway, who togethci with Messrs Mitchell, Birney, Summers and Fawkner were stated to be the Lancefeld committee, and it was decided they should in future be recognised as such. A letter wn read from Mr. Fawkner, informing the cote,. mittee he had between £23 and £24 collected for the Society. Two accounts from Ir. Mr Thomas, one for £2 and another for £8, we i then considered. The £2 account was or. i dered for payment, and a committee was ap. pointed to wait upoh 2ir. Thomas to obtain furth...

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