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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 12 July 1866

KILIMORE BOROUGt COUT-CIJ MIondav, July 9. --o- Present :-Countillors Taylor, T1f: HuTson, and Harris. - , e A quorum not beiiig present hat le liour. Councillor -Taylor moved tha,. meeting stand adjoirned till 1\Wednc''. 10 o'clock. Seconded by Cotucil? Harris, an ried. ·------r-=;

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 12 July 1866

WILoLWMAVDI ROAD BOARD._ -~0- Tuesday, July 10. reent:--The Chairman (31r. Trainor), ndL Messrs. Curtain, Mooney, O'Brien and The minutes of the previous meeting hav ?been read were confirmed. Crrespondence as follows was read and OiflJered. L From the Common Toll Road Mana er, enclosing a statement of Receipts, &e. of the toll fund. The clerk was instructed Sackneowledge receipt of statement and to tate that the Board would not allow any in to be dedgeted from their fund for law expenses. 3e? - heath and Cordell were ordered to0 e ritten to for 5 copies of directory, d' acknowledge receipt of two already sent. Tne clerk was instructed to write to the aoa. R. D. Ireland, questing him to name Sy it would be convenient for him to wait ,Pon the hon. the Treasurer in conjunction with a deputation from the district, to re qiuet that the Government endowment noa!d be handel over to the Board. .TOe ext order of the day was to con - the striking of a rate. r?. Clearv moved that a ra...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LATEST SPECIAL NEWS. London, 13th June. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 12 July 1866

LATEST SPECIAL NEWS. Lpndon, 13th June. , War in Europe has commenced. Cotton is advancing.. Garibaldi has entered Yenetia The Pope has fled from Rome. The, panic at home is still raging Some of the greatest financial houses in England are freely spoken of

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 12 July 1866

INDIA. The Russian army is reported as encamped within twenty -miles of Smarkland, and ne gotitions. are said to be going on.between its gnetal and the King of Bokhara. A battle has .been fought between the Ameer of Cabool and the army of Sirdars,. in which the former was totally defeated. The Chief of Somalis, on the east coast of Africa, has engaged with the Politicil Resi. dent at Aden to suppress the slave trade in his. dominions In Calcutta heavy failures, are reported. All business is suspended. There.ame pros pects of a short crop of indigo

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 12 July 1866

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.: CAPTURE 01. A ROBBER.--Tle .man who robbed Guild's hotel at Seymour, a few weeks ago, was captured on the, 5th inst., by ,Ir A Hall,. coach driver, to whom great credit is due It appears that. as IMr Hall, was driving along the road towards Baddi. ginnie, he espied his man on -the - roadside, and, from his appearance, he immediately came to the conclusion.that he was the same fellow who robbed the place above alluded to. On Mr Hall speaking to.him he became more firmly convinced, and he at - once ar rested him and kept him in custody until he was safely handed over to the police at Ben, alla. We are requested by lMr Keiling to. state that the door of the English Church was not left open. at the time the robbery. was com mitted there, as he,was-in the: possession of the. key, and was confident of his having locked it when.tko place, was last used. He also.states that. the place could be opened from the inside without the key, and there is no doubt but, if the win...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 12 July 1866

QUEENSLA ND. -4--a--- ProTIDETIA IiE-CUE FROMa DEATIH. On her outward trip the Souchays went off an island shout fifty miles from C'ape York, picked up five natives whose canoe had been capsized. They were excellent ~vnimmers, but having to swim against the tide they could not reach the shore. From the ap pearance of the hard skin on their hands and feet they must hivebeen a long time in the water. They were kept on board and re ceived all necessary medical attendance from Dr. Ascer. They expressed the greatest as tonishment at everything they saw. At Ma. ca:ssar they went ashore and seemed to enjoy themselves much. At the first sight of the Malays they exhibited great fright lest they should be eaten. On their voyage back they were evidently home sick, erying at the sight of their island which they recognised when the people on board could scarcely distinguish land at all. When landed they wererereived with the greatest demonstra tion of joy by their countrymen, who by signs invite...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. Adelaide, 10th July. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 12 July 1866

A R tLY.AL. OFI TE-. ENGLISH IAIL.. From the Herald.' ByElectrie. Telegraph. - Adelaide, 10th July. : The branch, mail steamer. City of 3fel bourne, after a. splendid: run. of niuaty.two hours from- King-, George's Sound,, was sighted off Glenelg at.8.15 a.uaI She brings dates from London to the 26th of. May, and telegrams per. lndo-European line to 12th June. GENERAL SU?UIARY.. London, 26th May. The. Australian. March mails were deli. i-ered in London, via Marseilles, on the 12th May. and. via Southampton on thq 18th M3ay. The marriage of Princess Helena to.Prince Christian has been fixed to take place.on the 9th of July at Windsor Castle, and that of the Princess 3ary of Cambridge to Prince Teck on the 12th June at Kew. The Princess of Wales his held a draw. ing-room, and is becoming very popular. Prince Alfred is to be created a peer of the realm, wit'l the titles Duke of Edinburg and Earl of Kent. The most serious commercial crisis that has occurred in Eurotpe fir many years be ...

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CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 12 July 1866

CONTINENTAL,, Preparations for war are being eagerly carried on during the month in Austria, Prun.,ia, and Italy The forces in all the three states are now upon a war footing. The neutral powers, England; France, and Russia, have agreed upon a form of invitation to a. general cen gress for. the discussion of European affairs, to be held at Paris in the course of next month. It is believed that all will assent; The war. feeling between. Austria and Italy is extremely strong. throughout Prus Tn Germany the p"ople generally are op posed to an outbreak of hostilities and the popular feelings held throughout Prussia are to endeavour to persuade the Government from war. The Roumanians have unanimously elected Prince Charles, of Hohenstellern, hospodar ofthse.country. The Prince has accepted the throne, and has already arrived at Bucharest where he was enthusiastically received. The inhabitants of Pesth, at a conference, protested against the election, but it is doubt uT whether they will ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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SEYMOUR ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 12 July 1866

StEYLOUR IIOAiD BOARD. Tuesday, July 3.. * -o Preant:- - r. Perron (chairman), 3iessrs ,iuirbead, Porter, Wilson, Shelton, White church, Doherty and Robertson. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, on the motion of 3Mr Wilson seconded by fr. Doherty. The correspondence rent since last meet ing were read by the elerk; also the cor respondenee received as follows: 1. From G J. Sands, MLL.A., in answer to the letter sent him on the Gth ultimo. ReceivEd. 2. From Blundell and Ford, relative to ornmental writing and statistical tables for the forthcoming Intcercolonial Exhibition. eeetred. 3. From Thomas Cahill, contractor, for an extension of time. alr Wilson moved, and MrL. Porter. se conded, that he be allowed a fortnight. Car ried. The clerk laid before the Board a return shoing the amount of rates received for each subdivision, and the amount of endow meat received. In accordance with the act it was decided that 3r Robertson, Mr Doherty and. Mr Porter retire at...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 12 July 1866

AMERIC.t) The-latest-news is. to the 16th of M3ay. The United States and Cuba are now connected by telegraph.. President Johnson had vetoed the bill,' admitting Colorado as a state in the Union. and the Senate adjourned 'without. reading the President's message. Jefferson Davis is to be tried for, treason at Richmond early in June. His health is rapidly failing, in consequence of which the rigour of his confinement, has been relaxed. Stephens, the Penian head centre, arrived in New York, and has undertaken to re-or ganise the Fenian movement. At a mass meeting held: on the 15th, he exhorted all. Irishmen to unite, in which case they could be fighting with the British' troops in Ireland within the present year. ILunity in America could not be obtained, the Irish people at home-would be dispirited,. and the. orxgani sation would be broken up.. The 31erchants' Bank, New. York, has stopped.. Mr Peabody declines ovations in New York. Numbers of cattle are dying daily along the .Pmnama ra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 12 July 1866

ADVERTISEMENTS. PORT RAIT'S AT PRICES TO SUIT EVERYONE. SYDNEY STREEt, zrxt BANK or VICTORIA. o SL A S P I C T U R E S, From Two Shillings. C A R T E D VI S I T ES ForS nrding by Prot. 2 COPIES 5 S:IILLINGS, Each Copy after, Is 6d. Stay being now limited t, a few weeks, he requests an early call, feeling assurel Lie Portraits will give entire satisfaction. V I E WT S Of Private Rcsidencee, Cametery~tonument., Horses, Cottle, &'. taken on the most reasonable terms. £10 REWARD. STOLEN or STRAYED,: from Tabilk Now I Vineyard, about the let of Apil, a roan filly, TD bljolckd near shoulder, black mane and tail. £10 rewnrd will be given, on cnvriction, if asolen, and £1 if strasyC!, to anyone girirg such infor ratic n 'o ril ? lea. to the' recovery of the mere, on applira. o tol :o MSr Rober'eon, Ne Vineyard, or Timothy Do ?:ty prl~ ih of Tabilk. PYALONG ROAD DISTRICr. PrOrOsvD RETW ROAD Ir TOIf PAnRER Or PriYAiOG IN acerr'-rrn * it', th n-, eiriinP of the Local Ge. verr went A-t,...

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FRIDAY, 6TH JULY. (Before A M M'Crae Esq., P.M., J.K. Trainor, G. Hudson, and J. Taylor, Esq's., J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 12 July 1866

E.RIDiT, 6TH J3L1. (]fre A 3I 3'Crae Esq., P.3M., J. K. Trainor, G. Hudson, Ind J. Taylor, Esq's., J.P's.) IL I. Long Inness, charged with obtaining money under-false pretences, Was again re manded for seven days. John Hardy was brought up charged with having a quantity of beef, supposed to be stolen, in his possession. William ronaldson, sworn, said: he lived in Moranding, about three week.; ago he lost a bullock, a red and white one. HIe suspected prisoner, and got a search war rant. Ile *accompanied the constable to IHardy's house, and there s-' abiout 3 cwt. of beef. Prisoner :lr t state i ':.t he( bought the beef& the butcher's opposite Iarris's, Kilmore, but afterwards said it was bought by a person whom he would not name. Wit ness could not identify the beef as his pro WVi. Comvn, mounted constable, stationed at Kilnore, on being sworn, stated that on the 3id instant, he went with a search war rant to prisoner's, anud found about 3 cwt. of beef, produced. Prisoner sta...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 12 July 1866

PrsIsaxD TrEasDir sermoVs.. fIiUltSDAY, JULY 12, 1SG66.. T?E efeleiency of our police force has many a time.nnd-oft formed the. subject for nens paper comment, and the general activity and acuteness of its oificers in-the line of duty. has also been frequently. matter for. many congratulatory- remarks.. Ousr. inclinations do not lead us to think worse of this body generally than our neighbonus, indeed: we hold it in the highest-esteem, but such opin ion, long since formed, _ is no inducement whatever to us.to,deviate from the eourse which it is our duty in allicases to steer when we find a system, though it. generally works well; interferedwith in any instance; when the huge machinery that for years has been revolving. smoothly has in one particular. spot became rusty, it is then time that abun dance of oil should-be administered, to. re organise its workina, or if that should not answer, to altogether dispense with- the rusty materisl without ceremony, and put in its place that whi...

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SPRINGFIELD ROAD BOARD. Monday, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 12 July 1866

SPRINGFIELD ROAD BOA 'D. Monday, July 9. Present---3essrs. Bagnall (chairman), Dazlas, and Tom. The minutes of ths previous meeting were =,. ,in confirmed. Correspondence as follows was read and e,.iered" 1 From Thomas de C. 3Meade, enclosing Sl-al opinion, as asked for by the Board. 2 From Dr Bindlay, handing certificate :ato the sickness of the clerk, Received. :3. From contractor Murray, requesting :r-ress payment of £20 on his contract. 4 From John Cain, applying for a pro e payment of £10 on his contract. •5 Frcm P Nicolson, applying for a pro :-s a7 ent of £30 on his contract at j; From sime, applying for a payment of 1; hi. LaTncefied Road cohtract. Mr. Tom moved that £30 be paid P Ni.o S:. (?n his contract at House's Hill: Se . by !br 3. Douglas. Carried :r DIglas morvt that £20 be paid to P. Y,,' zn. on his eontrect on Lancefeld road. 'l, ) by 3:. Tom. Carried. T:e i:tr?in moved that Thomas Mfur e , raid .£20 on his contrac.- Seconded -: ' r To-m, and c.rried, r To._ anoved...

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HOSPITAL COMMITTEE MEETING. Tuesday, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 12 July 1866

HOSPITAL COMMITTEE MEETING. Tuesday, July 10. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Hospital Committee was held on Tuesday night, at Kelly's Hotel. The members present were :-M~essrs T aylor (President), Trainor, Vanheems, Hartnell, Finn, Thomas, Dowling, Woods, Wilson, Arcus, and Dr Nicolson. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The Resident Surgeon's report .was re ceived, on the motion of Mr Arcus, seconded by Mr Wilson. A letter was received from MIr J B Key, referring to an account forwarded to the Committee. The account was ordered to be paid, on the motion of Mr Arcus, seconded by Mr Finn Letters were also received from Mrs Sil verman and Mr H P Harris, the former re ferring to the effects of the late Dr Silver- man; and the latter enclosing a cheque for £20 to the funds of the institution. Mr Arcus moved, and Mr Wilson seconded, that the cheque from Mr Harris be acknowledged with thanks, and that the said gentleman's name be added to the list of life member...

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CARPENTARIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 12 July 1866

CARPENTARIA.       FEVER AT BURKE TOWN—The following extract from a letter dated 11th June, ad- dressed to a gentleman in Sydney by a resi- dent of Burke Town, will be found of in- terest:—" Unfortunately, before the weather had cleared up, a dreadful sickness attacked the people of this district in the shape of typhoid fever, at least so, the medical men here call it, and so very few escaped an at- tack that people were actually dying from the want of attendance. Nearly everyone was rendered perfectly helpless, and at one time, out of 120 people in the township there were not more than 12 who could move about, and during the time it lasted about 24 died, and 30 or 40 eacaped most narrowly. There are many moving about looking more like shadows than human beings. Mr. Landsborough arrived here about a month ago, but finding the fever raging, would not stay a single night in the place, but took all his party down to Sweer's Island, where he is for...

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COMMISSION UNDER 42nd CLAUSE OF THE AMENDING LAND ACT, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 12 July 1866

COMMISSION UNDER 42nd. CLAUSE OF THE AMENDING LAND ACT, 1865 On Monday last, the 9th instant. the As. sistant Commissijner of Crown Lands (IMr Hodgkinson) assisted by Messrs Couclhman and Nixon, district surveyors for Castlemaine And Benalla respectiveiy. andM3r G J Sands, M L.A., sat as a commission for the purpose of enquiring into applications for land under the 42nd clause of the Amending Land Act, 1S05.: The enquiry was conducted. in the most orderly manner.- About. -200 persons were.present, and the manner in. which the allotments were dealt with met with the anlmost universal approbation of those pre sent. Nearly all the applications received were granted, some of them subject to modi fication of boundaries, etc. The following are the persons to whom lots, varying from 1.) to SO acres, were granted, all of wliedh were surveyed by Mr A . Delisser, contract surveyor : SP.LtisnI OF GOLDIE. . Robert Basset, laborer, Goldie, no land, SO acre'. .Tames B;ady, storekeeper, no land, o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 19 July 1866

ADVERTISEMIENTS. 0 NOTICE. 0 SURVEYS unrer the 42nd Section of the Amend. d i'g Lind Act, 1865, will be commenced in the G Sprir gfird and Lane flRdd . division' of my district, on the 6th of Aurgut, 1866, ALFiRED DisLISSER. Govt. Contract Surveyor. FOR SALE. I FOR SALE, a team of six eood working tulloks, , dray, bows, yokes, red ch?in complate. Apply to PATRICK BOURKE, B3lands. PYALONG ROAD BOARD. -0 rPENDERS will be received by the Chairman of S the obovenamed Board, up to ncoo on Wed nesdey, the lst August, proximo, for Cutting, aid other a orks at Back Creek Hill, IMoranding. The usual conditions will be adhered to. Plans and specifioeaioas to be s:en at the office of - the Board. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. (By order) t JOHN BOURKE. Clerk. Pyalong Road Board office,. July 18;b, 1866. PYALONG DISIRICT ROAD BOARD. -0 ELECTION NOTICE. I HEREBY give nrotice that an election will be I eld on Thursday, the 9th August, proximo, for the purpose of electirg three...

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ARARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 19 July 1866

ARARAT. ; a man may get married :t his will, and the trouble he thereby : wats. exemplified a few days ago .: quite fifty miles from Ararat, one -in lately, a cart with two horses, at ::lop. and three men in the cart were .crosing a bridge. It was rumoured t' a: to be a wedding. Later on in the - oach passed along, inside of which -en a daughter of Eve. That afternoon ilie larty described met at a certain | O '?-a hill. The man who was to have inairied was very nervous, and anxious ! tpone the evil day, but the intended _: Fas vrery determined. A young man S'kn-own for his skill in breaking in young -~ andl who had been frequently crossed = bre. was determined to ber:venged on S' or'l ; he acted as bridesman, and saw ( ceremony legally accomplished at 9 p.m. 'er ards the the united pair went to a N trt rl 'lambing down' establishment, ,re supper was laid. A thing in the .pe ofa fiddle was scraped upon, and a ' f people set to dance, and shout and ' Some rough practical jokes were "1...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 19 July 1866

ihlmort f3ret Pr tW rFzIumHED Tduasmoy mnBXcs. IIURfSDAY, JULY 19, 166G. THa auriferous resoi?rc'.es of ihi. neighbonF hood when throughly dcveloped, as they one day or other very soon are likely to be, mill we hare not the slighle.t dnoubt startle 'he per sons in the di:tri,.t who have been so long spathetic, anl who have failed to display the slightest spark of enterpri.se in their con stitution from the uoment they have settled down here up to the present time. We have had here for years a money-grubbing lot ones who were afraid to let a pound out of their sight far the benfit of the district generally; and wLo, blindfulded, would have money lying idle without turning it to ad vantage; but now that a little new blood is being grdually infused, and digging pursuits are being engaged in, we can 'state, that .esults the most -knficial may be anticipated, and this district, better that most others, t will repay, enterprise, perseverance and - industry, The man tnat makes two blades o...

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