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

ADVERTISEMENTS. I IEREBY give notize that I am applying for a license to ccupy four c nti;aocs hlouA. orf lard, of 20 acres each. situated perish of Pyalong, antd hlros employed Mr. A. L. MEartin, Government Contract Surveyor, to enrrey the rsaue under the 42,d s:c:icn aotho Amending Land Act, 1866. ANGUj IiENDEIR ON. Pcalonr, 1lth June, 1866. JI EREBY gfre notice that ILam applying for a license to o:cupy f:ur c-n:iguous blocks of l.nd, of 20 cres each, situated parish of Peldng, sod have emplkyed Mr A L Martin, Government Contract Survoeor, to sutrey the same under the 42nd SeLtion of the Amending Land Act, 1865. ALEXANDER HENDERSON Pyalong' 61th June, 1665. I IIEREBY give notice tl:at I am appyir.g fr a lience t orccupy 20 acres of land under the 42nd clause of the Amending Land Ao', 1865, situ.ecd in the County of Dlhooeie, parisk of.Lowry, Reedy Creek, south of Tallarcck. To be aarveyed by Mr D?iGiry, contract ecr veyor. D icd, the 7th June, 18CG 57o J. KELLEIIER. S TI:.OT'HY O...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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FRIDAY, 22ND JUNE. (Before the Resident Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 June 1866

FRIDAY, .22N.D JUN' E.: -0- (Before- the Resident Magistrate.) Herbert Munro Long Innes, chargeda by M. Kelly with obtaining money under false pretences, was again remanded for 7 days. I Morgan v TWeston, for £10 14s. 6d. ?cr- diet for amount, and £1. 1is. Gd. costs.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 June 1866

PUBnLIBHED THIIRSDAY MOBE!INGS.. flTURSDAY, JUNE 2S, 1860. Os glancing over the columns of the Mel bourne daily papers, of Tuesday, we notice that the second annual. meeting, of. tLe. Church of England took place, in St. Geor ges' Hall, on the day previous, the Hon.. Sir J. F. Palmer presiding. Before going into this matter further. we might state cur reason for giving the subject such promin-. ence is, that some things were mentioned as necessary to be carried out which would, in our opinion if acted upon, materially affect the church in this colony; and as an. argu ment used by the chairman, as to why. an addition of about five hundred per cent.. should be added to the ministry, the state of the church in Ireland was contrasted to that. of this celony. Now, it is our earnest desire that a true religious spirit should flourish in this as well as other countries, but if the suggestion of Mr. Palmer was acted upon it would tens to retard and impe.. the.. pro. gress of that religion f...

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

LOCAL IlNTELLIGZNCE. SWe are glad to learn that the medical advisers of Mr. Hayes, of the Colonial l'ank, have pronounced that gentleman out of danger. The commission to inquire into the appli cations for land under the 42nd clause of the Amending Laud Act will sit at Kilmore on the 9th proximo, the date being postponed from the 29th inst, A second inquiry will be heldin a fewdays afterwards. A-lecture-will be delivered by the Rev. Mr. Henderson, this (Thursday) evening at the Free Presbyterian Church. The well known abilities of the lecturer, and the im portance of the subject chosen, will no doubt ensure the success of the affair. The Ploughing Match of the Seymour Ag ricultural Society comes off to-day (Thurs-. dafy.. THE WEATuER AND TIlE COPS.-This district looks well just now as far as agri culture is concerned, the young crops beig peeping above ground in all directions. To the rains we had of late this pleasant appear ance may be attributed; but we fear. some severe frost the...

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

PANAMA. (From the Panama Star and Herald, March 29.) -00 -oo- · I On Saturday night, about half-past ten, a party of about 150 men, under one Segurbia, entered the ctty in small squads, armed with matches, ahd proceeded to the barracks, with the intention of seizing the arms there, and afterwards capturing the guard at LasMonjas and finally possessing themselves of the city. Their movements were well, known to the authorities, and the rebels were intentionally led into a trap, where many of them were killed and the rest taken prisoners This revolution, it appears, has been in contem. plation for some time past, and, from what we can learn, was directed by a Venezuelan, General. Level de Goda. This person had 1 made overtures to Colonel Villareal, in charge of Las3Monjas, and promised him promotion if the rebels succeeded. The latter appeared to agree to the proposition, and it was arranged that 200 stand of arms and amunition should be placed in the bar racks, and the placeleft ungu...

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

LANCEFIELD ROAD BOARD.. Monday, June 25. --0- The usual' bi-monthly meeting: of the Lancefield Road Board was held.on Monday afternoon at Sheehan's Royal Mail Hotel, lRomsey. The members present were Messrs Haley b (in the. chair),. Darb,, Rliddell, and Dr t .'Kay, " The minutes of the previous meeting hav-. ing been read were confirmed. d Correspondence as follows was then read and considered:-. - 1 From ., Stevenson- saying that the Board would be supplied with the regulations relative to the expenditure of the special vote s of £50, as soon as they were to be procured c from the Government Printer. 1 Reeceived. 2. From the Woodend Newham- and e Rochford District Road Board. asking pay- I ment of half the sum expended on a bound ary road. T: he Chairman moved that.the- amount be paid.' Carried: . - 3. From, the Roads and Bridges office relative to the grant of £50,000, and en closing regul'tions relative thereto, and saying the. submission. of plans, &c., by the Board was ...

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

SLANDER . UPON CONVENTS. C A stultified slander against conventual in. stitutions in general, and in. particular those of this city, has been flapping about on the leathern wings of the Orange press. It has I been suitably fledged in a print at B]elfast, a spotremaikable for the violence of its hate 1 to everything savouring of 'Popery,' a fahct which is verified by the many brutal attacks on the Roman Catholics who dwell within its black confine. Assassins, morally and I physically, the rampant Orangemen are al ways eager to be, provided the victim pro fesses the time honoured creed which has I stood the shocks and slanders of ages. This 1 slander was seized upon by the Dublin corres pondent of the Times, and by him sent throughout the length and breadth of what I is sarcastically designated the sister country. 1 The canard, one of the most brainless of the 1 brood which the artificial processes of the I lie cratumers hatch, is to the effect, that--' A nun had escaped from aconvent...

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

A TERRIBLE SCENIE. --00- (FRo3 R1EYNOLDS MISCELALiYc.) At a late fire in New York which des troyed Barnum's Musuem, our correspon dent obtained a position in a building opposite where he could look into the Museum itself. Hle thus thrillingly describes the consterna tion and horror among the anim:ds in the menagerie. Protecting myself from the intense heat as well as I could by taking the mattress from the bed, and erecting it as a bulwark before the window, with only enough space reserved on the top as'a look-out, I anxiously observed the animals in the opposite room. Immediately opposite the window through which I gazed, was a large cage containing a lion and a lioness. To the right hand was the three storied cage containing mon. keys at the top, two kangaroos in the second story, and a "happy family" of rats, cats, adders, rabbits, &c, in the lower compart. ment. To the left of the lion's cage was the tank containing the two alligators, and still further to the left, part...

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

AGEair FOR ZEE "FREE PRESS." --- r..S GOEDON& GOTCH, of Ccoiins atreet t ?,t31ure rne, bare been appointe; Agents .CE A.ON, Larcffieli R'ad Station is aireErZd to receive monies on telaif of tk :!-, Pr-" in the L.crdl?l and Rcomsey airi:ct.. a r`cdpt Ow be a hu:dcient ceehargo from all XE KYIrORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. TE trms for adert:eirg in the Dilmore Free press are a r-der :- TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE PER INCH. A rEactioa of ten pFr cent will be made for ,~jti"ents ordered for one month; twenty per tr far two ?icths; and thirty-three per cent for Le ctths :--beyond wbich time a special arrange ta e1ll be nade. The terms of subscription to the Kilmore Free Press r:-e 6~ 6. pe qoarter in town, and 7s 61 if posted th e crtry. SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR, .r T.lly's Hotel, Kilmore, for four yearn Resident Sirgeen to the County Hospital of Kent, EEMOVED TO SYDNEY STREET, IT nDoon TO EOTA OA, HOTZ o. JAMES FLEURY, ECHITECT A...

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FARM CALENDAR FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 June 1866

'FAI 7ALENDTAR FOR JU^fE. 7 - er1 eTt? welemne rair.fel bae, we hrve 0 no A ? * '-*juit is tinim. t' pred'ns the ;,;;.!- s r.-.w i a reat dea l of the whretland. irIr. 7fath -l .' Ilsa't was becomirg very weak; ;r crt4e -r': Es-i n. t bweirrd, lut was said to be r.*tis? in th.3 ifosd. The (xteo.t:of the misicLi-f r-.:t this tiire be speatained with cert!inty ; and fr - ti-e falet?e f unfavorable reprts, we are ic ... i *r-. that the artirkpte dasmge lwa. been Irvr-A 'IS~ n triw cf the very locse condictn of ;p , s:'. ?r,*-?r bh t".' lrn?t-ened drfuht it w.a L o .-i. w .l t tn take an early opponrunity (f rii;.: the u' :'- hest npn hnds of licht qua'ity. 0" 'Ti 'Fr e, iu n-e ? lch rnn together in mn-ist . , r, n.-., ' ti'! ot be hen frci L Cf cor.e a , ri.-- it ? C.-aof, isoil nat bo waites for, and ;-? e i- ilea bCeenncs e ry enou2b to ro' l a s-... -- -.t '.i Cf rain man prre lie the nec"sitv S'..... t- th 1 nrl. Unr;i barley, wheat thrives -r e t-rfor o'irgew a fine t ith or smoot...

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WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 28 June 1866

WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, June 26. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Wil- lowmavin Road Board was held on Tuesday, at the office of the Board. The members present were:-The Chairman, and Messrs. O'Brien, Curtain and Mooney. The minutes of last meeting were read for the information of members. Correspondence as follows was read and considered : 1. From Roads and Bridges office, relative to accounts in connection, with the Main Roads in district. The Clerk was instructen to forward copies of vouchers for receipt and expenditure required. 2. From Mr. Archer, acknowledging re- ceipt of statistical information, and pointing out a slight discrepancy.   3. From Heath and Cordell, Geelong, en- closing a slip of Board advertisement for Directory, for revision of the Board. Re- ceived. Tenders for works on Common Toll Road were opened : T Lee, £36 10s. ; drain, 5s per chain. Noonan & Bradley £22 11s 3d; drain, 6s 6d. Jas O'Brien ............ £25; do. 4s. Wm. Kel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 5 July 1866

ADVERTISE3 ENTS. TO. LET. A F A. R 3 of 2:0 acres more or leis, s:tnted at?.tu Bii ? Iill, kuown as the Big I ci Aceom - modato: Paddttox, tog, th-r with a six rcomed dwel. ling hosee, and a store Riti four roon a, oamper'i hut, 2. water troughl, tum', water cart barrel,,a garden well stocked with fruit tries, largo corn abed, and if required 20 head of dairy cows. For other particulars apply to the owner, on the premises. THOMAS CAHILL. £2 REWARD. LOST, on Moraudiug Common, or e Dark Chesnut MARE, branded DG near shouiler;. one dark Bay HIORSE, branded B near shouldrr. Anyone fringing the borsra to the Kilmore Flour Mills will Qooeive u above reward. 58p W. )EGR AVES & Co. BRYAN MORRISSY,, BUTCHER, SrnnEsx STREar, Karuonn , OProsaiz H. P. HAaaas Aln Co'f" ETOBE, R EGS to inform the inbabitants of Kilmore that he has commcnc d business in the abuove-line nd by keeping meat of the beet quality he hopes to meet with a fai share of patronage. Belle Vue, Bylands. N'wJ mTA ToO. G...

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DONNYBROOK & WALLAN WALLAN ROAD BOARD. TUESDAY, 26th JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 5 July 1866

DONNYBROOK & WALLANWALLAN ROAD BOABD. TUESD.Y, 26th JUNE. Present :-The Chairman, Dr. Wilson, and Messrs. Frazer, M3'Martin, and 31'Leod.. MINUTES.. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. The correspondence was read and con- a sidered as follows: 1. From the Hon. the Treasurer, assenting a to the removal of the late pound- yards at c Wallan Wallan, to the site proposed by the Board. 2. From the Commissioner of Roads and Bridges, stating that, subject to certain con ditions, the sum of £500, out of the parlia mentary vote of £5,000 for constructing bridges within Road Districts, was granted to this Board for the purpose of building a bridge over the Deep Creek. 3. From the Braybrcok District Road Board, requesting this Board to use its par liamentary influence to get a sum not ex ceeding £500 for each-Council and Dis trict Boards-placed upon the estimates. 4. From the Woodstock District Board conveying its opinion to the effect that there...

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BYLANDS & GLENBURNIE ROAD BOARD. Monday, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 5 July 1866

BILANDS & GL.ENBURNIE RO3A BOARD. Monday, July 2. -00 T?iceusual monthly meeting of the above Board was held at the office of the Board, Bylands, on Monday, the 2nd inst. The members present were:-Messrs. Hickey (Chairman), O'Dwyer, O'Brien, M'Kay, and Nunan. COiRI'SPO-NEXCE." The following correspondence, received since last meeting; was read by the clerk and considered From Mr. Riddell, requesting that the Board wvould reduce the amount of assessment on his property. Mr. Nunan moved that the amount be re ducedfrom £15 to £13. Seconded by Mr. O'Brien. Carried; A petition from a number of ratepayers, praying that the Board would reduce the commonage fees, for depasturing cattle on the Bylands and Glenburnie Farmers' Com mon, to about half what they are at pre. sent3was read. . Some members expressed it as their opin ion that, if the prayer of the petition was granted, and the fees for depasturing cattle reduced to the amount requested, the mana gers would:not be able to pay ...

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FENIAN SONGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 5 July 1866

FEN'IAN SONGS.. --4- The following are three of the ballads called " seditious songs," for the circulation of which, many arrests have been made all over Ireland The songs show a certain de gree of talent in their composition, and are well calculated to inflame the minds of a portion of the Irish population. The Fe nian leaders have evidently endeavoured to make capital out of the old saying, " Show me a people's ballads, and I will tell you whit sort of people they are": THE BOYS OF iRELAND. Cone Irishmen, assemble; Let us agitate no more; Came, let us free our native land,. Or welter in our gore. Throw speeching to the winter winds, Come, let us strike the blow, And break these gaudy tyrant's laws;. That kept old Ireland low. Chorus-For we're the boys of Ireland, That never knew no fear; To stand and fight, to bleed and die, For the land that we love dear. PA %U lI% shsitloau. The hour is past to fawn or crouch As suppliants for our right, Let word and deed unshrinking vouch Their...

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ONE GOOD TURN DESERVES ANOTHER. A PROVERB PARAPHRASED. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 5 July 1866

ONE GOOD TURN DESERVES A NOTHER. A PROYERB PA.LAPiIUASED. 0- One good turn derrvets another; Kindness, kindne.>s oft insures, Ease the burthen of your brother, lie rma some day lighten yours, Tuere g:re none so poor and lowly, Tnrt "n av render back your doue; Cherish then this precept holy : Do as you'd be done unto. O'er the rugged path of life Each his lurthen must uphold; With as many c:i'1' rife, As Pandora's bw of old; In that toilsome, steep ascent, Each should strive to help the other, On this Christian tr'uth intent: One gcod turn decerves another. If in youth a friendly hanl Oft was stretched to help you on, And a voice, in ::c:rnts bl1nd, Bade despairing tl,o, uhts be gone; If a bom:n, led and trut'h, Owned you for a brother, When both annl freres were few; One good turn deserves another. Fortune's wheel perchance has whirled, You oa high, a.vl him_ below, And a coid, hart, changing world, Now roun friend may be uns foe! Shall its sordid dictates ~ta: Feeling's flow, a...

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PYALONG DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Wednesday, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 5 July 1866

PYALONG. DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. --o--- V ednesday, July 4. -o- Present :---Messrs. Bradley, Bourke, Flin and Cooper. Mr. Bradley objected- to act as chairman, in consequence of being summoned to give evidence in connection w.th the road through the property of MIr Hamilton, Mr Cooper moved that Mr. Bourke take thechair. Seconded by Mr. Flinn and carried. Mr Bourke then took the chair. The chairman then stated that the Board would now consider the objections of Mr ILamilton rblative to a proposed road tnrough his property. Mr Meade stated he appeared as a rate payer and objected to the road being made as it would involve the ratepayers in too great an expense. The chairman refused to take any state ment exccpt on oath, and therefore disallowed the written objection that had blen handed in as Mr Hamilton did not appear to substan tiate it. MrMeade at last admitted that the road described'would be of the greatest benefit to the district. lie also remarked that it was a pity he did not co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 5 July 1866

NOTICE. le Qusrte-e for ruhe~ription to the Free Frees w cn~rte, on thz 23rd MTarch, 23-d June, 23rd September, aad 23-! December. rereor s cannot witbdraw tIheir nuro e firom tl;e ro'1 of SuBecribere without payirC zp to the end of the cnrrcnt quarter Wry auberibera en be nn-o;Ikd at any time by pay raga ibhtc ir ti-n prrporn rate to the period in the quarter rre~aini° g ire:rived. Aaweeriiscneulta re-.ied ;or eanh isaun up to two r..on the day prevkcum to phFbcstinn. Eci erd ,ertirtmtt ahoLid ben- upon the m crrl!ript the unulber of insrrticns reqoirt'. 'lhenno in~ruc'irr.s are er.t in refererce to the number of inserii-,np, the acyertiaemert will be c-otlnuod untl comnfertrrrnded or da'e emtir-, as l ehlieime CCcr-rilinegy. Notice to witbdraw an edrtr -euent ehicld be givenin All arder to sat-rrr d&eeoetinut sddr.rtierennit 1i s be nrde s viitirg, arid firrsrelrd ti the giileo b oar. aix p.m. on the Tucedey of each wedk. SQUBlC IBER'K ra rcrpe~t~'ny requeateo t L ut f; at...

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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 — 5 July 1866

ARRIPAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT THE KILMORE, POST-OFFICE. Olicesa I Arrival I Departure. Melbourne Daily at 730 Campbellfield Daily satp.m., l& p.m. (Snndys Scmerton t.at 9 p.m. (Sunayas excepted). Let Donn} brook txcapted) ters sent to 8"on Wallan Wallan " payment of late fee-6 Beechworth Tarrae irgro Chiltern Indigo Wahgunyah Ruthergenu Ee.voir arnaw ar1,:a Albury Wangaratta I Winton . Dtily at 2 a.m. Dailyat3'45 p.m Benaila M'or.ncays excepttd Sunday excepted Violet Town .Eurca Longwcod vendl Seymour. Tallarook Broadford King Parrot Jamieson J HUathclta. Pyalurg Tues., Thurs, and fon., Wed., Lnd Beed Crtek Bat.,at 1 p.m. Fri., at noon. Yea Wood's Point ) Tues., Ti.urs., anQ lion., Wed., and Matlock- Sat., at 2 a.m. Fri., at 3"45 p.m. Tucs., Thurs., and ~ues , Thurs., & Lancefleld' -. Sat., at 3 30 p.m. sat., at 4 15 p.m The rece.ving boxts are cleared daily (Sundays excepted) at 7 80 p.m., and Mr Burfoot's box3.30 p.m. Money orders are issued daily (Sandays excep...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, VIA SYDNEY, Tuesday. CAPTURE OF A BUSHRANGER. CONDAMINE, JUNE 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 5 July 1866

QUEENSLAND. ---oo -0 BRISBANE, Vra SYDNEY, Tuesday. --o0 CAPTURE OF A BUSHRANGER. (FROM THIE B1ISIAINE COURIERIL.) CONDAMLNE, JUNE 14. Great excitement has been createdl in our usually quiet township by the capture of the bushranger Hunter alias Russell, who has committed several mail robberies in this and the Northern district. Three weeks since he stuck up the down mail from Taroom to Con damine, taking the whole of the mail away with him. (On this oc.asion he gave the mailman a letter addressed to the " Burnett Argus," and £4,500 in cross cheques that he had taken out of yarious mails. The police stationed here went in search of him, but could not get on his tracks,.-and returned after a fruitless search of several. days. On Friday evening he was seen at Wallan, thirty miles from this, on the Taroom-road Mr Lethbridge imnmediately sent a black boy in with the news to our sub-inspector, MIr. Elliot. As usual there were no horses-to be obtained to mount the police at hand, the poli...

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