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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 — 19 July 1866

ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT TIE KILMORE POST-OFFICE. Of(ice . A.Iival Departure. Melbourne Dally at 7"30 Campbellfleld Daily at 4 p.m., & p.m. (Sundays Somerton at 9 p.m. (Sunsys excepted). Let Donnybrook zeepted) tare sent to 0 on WSlian Wallan payment of!!ate feo--6, Beechlworth " Tariawirgee Chiltern Ih digo Wahgunyah Rutherglen Deivoir arnaw ar:La Alb ury Wangaratta Winton Daily at 2 a.m. l)ilynt345 p.m Bena!lls Mondays cxerptrd Sunday cixcptod Violet Torn Euroa LouPwecd venel Seymour Tallarcek Broadford King Perrot, Jamiczon J ffeahlcote Pyalong. I Tues., Thlurs, and ov.-, Wed., and Needy Creek a2t., at ip.me. Fri, at noon, Yea Wood's Point Tuie., Thura., anc ?icn., Wed., and Matlock ) Sat., t 2 a.m. Fri., at 3145 p.m. Tues., Thurs., and rues, Thurs., & Lancefield. . Sat., at 330 p.m. Sat.. at 4'15 p.m .he receiving boxes are clearetd ttiily (aundays cxceptrd) at 7 30 p.m., and UMr li-fjot'e box sroa p m. Money ordera are issne? daily (Sundaia ezcepted) fro...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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REVISION COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 19 July 1866

REVi.SION COURT. A.Coitrt for the revision ,of the burgess list .was held atthe Ccunil Chambers, at noon on Tues&da. His Worship the Mfayor presided. T'he, assessors wero Messrs Hart nell . and Gordon. There were four names objected to, and twelve applications sent in. The objections in each case were slistained by.Mr E. Woodward The, objections and applications were dealt with in the follow ing manner : OBJECTIOX;i, James Keating, cause of objection: Not being in occupation. on the 20th June. Ob. jection allowed. . :.. James .eardon, Lucy Clarke, and James Beecan objected to for the same cause. His Worship asked Mr Woodward if hb had scrved thenotices of objection on each of the persons mentioned.- ' Mr Woodward stated that he had. "Mr Thomas, who was present, suggested that he should be put on oath. The book was then handed over by His Worship ; but Mr. Woodward declined to,swear, stating that it ivas not himself had served the notice, but his "boy." The Mayor said that wh...

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SAN FRANCISCO. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 19 July 1866

SAN FRANCISCO.. -4------ (FonMTaE Aruus CORRESPONDE T.) SDNEY, IMONDAY. The Othello brings 455 tons of wheat, and Californian papers to the 12th of May. Iaconray's circular reports that breadstutfs continue in good inquiry for export. The purchases made include round, parcels of flour and wheat for Australia, China, and other ports in the Pacific. From all parts oCthe state cheering intelligence had been received of the growing crops of cereals. The yield iromised to be immense, far ex ceeding that of any previous year. The far mers. were troubled about their market pros perts, fearingthatthe yield will be soimmcuse as to force prices below a remunerative point. In the flour market pricy were feebly sup ported. Wheat, arrives rather sparingly. Prices fell-at the close of April to idol, 70e, but have since reached idol S2'c, the market closing,quite firm. Barley is in moderate demand for local use; the stock. was large; choice quality was le per lb. Oats were in good demand for, expo...

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LANCEFIELD POLICE COURT. Monday, July 16th. (Before A. M. M'Crae, Esq., P.M., and C.S. Haley, Esq. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 19 July 1866

LANCEFIELD POLICE COURT., -00 Monday, July 16th., -0 (Before A. M. M'Crae, Esq., P.M., and C. S. HaInley, Esq. J.P.) Lancefield Road- Board Williaum John, Clarke, for £77 3s. Gd., rates. Mr. Payne for plantiffs. The bench stated that de fendant should have appealed against rates in.proper time.. Debt admitted- Verdict for amount.i an £1. Gs costs. Sheehan v Outhbert, for £2: Mr. Payne. for plaintiff, Case withdrawn. - Sullivanv Keane. No. appearance.. Moses Baraclough v Cullen.. Settled:. Baraclough v Murphy, for £5. Debt ad mitted. Defendant to pay amount.within a week. SK.G. Smith v Thomas Craven, for £13 3s 3d Verdict for amount claimed, and 5s. costs., G. Greenshields T D. Ross. Settled.v Ryan v Edwards. No appearance. Wnm. Sheehan v Lovenfuse. Debt ad mitted. 2 months allowed to-pay it. Conway v G. drown, for breach of con tract. Withdrawn. Three children of the name of Strachan were brought up as neglected children, but owing to the mother being taking care of them, no action ...

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BYLANDS AND GLENBURNIE ROAD DISTRICT. Wednesday, July 18th. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 19 July 1866

BYLANDS LND'GLENBURNIE ROAD b S DISTRICT. ---4a- -'- Wednesday, July 1Sth. -00 Present :-M-essrs. M'Kay, .(in the chair) c Arkle, Nunan, O'Brien and O'Dwyer. The minutes of the previous meeting having been read, were confirmed. Tenders for works on Arle's ,lane were opened and considered as follows:- lI. Bourke ... ...... 45 10 0 T. Cahill .......... 45 0 0 J.-Reardon...... ... 45 0 0 J. Jennings ... 45 15 0 Mr- O'Brien moved that Reardon's tender be accepted. Seconded by Mr.O,Dwyer. Mr. Nunan moved an amendment; that M. Bourke's tender be accepted. Seconded by Mr Arkle For the amendment their voted the mover, seconder and chairman; for the motion, the mover and seconder. The amendment was declared carried, Opening tenders for Bridge near the.farin ofthelateMr..Butlerwasthe next order of the day, and - only one, that of Michael Bourke, £40, was received. It was moved by Mr. O'Dwyer, that the tender of Mr Bourke be accepted. Seconded by Mr. O'Brien. Mr. Nunan moved as an amendment, t...

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 19 July 1866

KILMORE BOIROUGHI COUNCIL. Monday, July 16.. -0 Presen.--The .Mayor, and Councillor Taylor, Dobinson, and Thomas. A. Aquorum not being present .at the usual hourl--althugh Cr Hudson made his appear ance at,. a minute or two past eight-the meeting, was adjourned till . Tuesday, the 17th inst, :at 10 o'clock. Tuesday, July 17. Presenti:--His Worship the Mayor, also Crs. Taylor,. Sugden,., Thomas, Fynu and Dowling. The minutes of ths previQus. meeting were read and confirmed. The correspondence outwa.r.ds and in yards was .read. It was moved by Cr. Fynn, and seconded by Cr. Dowling, that the circular from the Central Board of Health be received.. Car vied. Cr. Sugden brought up a-. Pnulic. Works Committee report, relative to wor}ks in Vic toria street., Cr. Taylor, moved, and Cr. Sugden seconded -that it beo received and adopted. Carried.. Cr, Taylor brought up a Public, Works Committee report on John and Union street contract. It was moved., by Cr. Dob-. inson that the report be,, not...

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

On the 18th inst., at her residence, Fitzroy-street,       Mrs. Arthur Spillman?, of a son.

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

HOME THOUGHTS. --0 Oh, God be with the happy days I spent in poor green Irornd: And (God be with von ever still. my old home and my &ireland: Wlhere i",l sy- voung life's golden 31:"., .withoCut . are or so rov, 'Where, frc,:: the Fulire's cvto n str. T -lo How little rec,: ,i C,: ?~I :0 -d the shr.iZ:, 'e'sure ! Bef?fcr me smiled a promnised land of preg arn pride and sturvy, And I h:_,t but to d: re the prize, and share its erowunig glory. ]ovrone : I've lived to know them-the joys cf life .:re l .';or,; And all the ..ing train of ills, that in its fcot tep f.,li,,w ; How iretrin. is the sunshine--how thick the cloudý and dangers, That tl :l!e ,now in exile here, a stranger among srang.ers: But in ;i:ir tvery thicI;et, and amid my` One -ret.n .-jo: .-tili is lf: me--a golden vista shining The m?o:rv of the good old home that lies 1-y( ie oieri . And which nmy poor heart loves to seek and 1'__?s with f od devotion. 'Tis dcwn by. deep ilackwater, in M3unster's greenest valle...

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[?]MBARDMENT OF CALLAO. Sydney, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 19 July 1866

y giDý_}ENo T OP CALLAO. SELr EGPH TIa SDrET.) Sydney, July 14. jer Omeo, which sailed from IMel. a, the 20th of November last, arrived V. . alparasio, with news to the fldwards, who still commands this tiaed at Tahiti the following par of the bombardment.of Callao from Spanish officers : Spaniards arrived at Tahiti about rs before the Omeo left. = aement took place between the , quadron and the Peruvian batteries .: The batteries were damaged con .r and the fleet did not retire until ere sl1 silenced but two. et lot- fifty men either killed on t or ince deadof their wounds. Ad "inez -was wounded severely in the Zl >s of the Peruvians is not yet Aln?Ianci received 116 shots from the -s. The Villa of Madrid retired in urnce ofa shell having damaged her zpie. The Berenguela was struck by ,. shell, and almost sunk; the shell -thirteen Spaniards. vibnarerv displayed by the Spanish a--rs men were cheered lustily, as e?t retired from the engagement. I- stated that the reason why the ba...

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UNPUBLISHED TELEGRAMS. Paris, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 19 July 1866

UI'PUBLISHED TELEGRAMS. -o FROM THE EUROPEAN AND RED* SEA AGENTS OF MESSRS. GREVILLE AND CO. (REUTER's AGENTS.) Paris, May 27. The "Patrie" states that the Prussian el ections are fixed to take place on the 18th June. "Le Pays" says it is qrlte possible that the intended Conference will be transformed into a Congress, and therefore calls upon all the other powers to join in its deliberations. The same paper summarises the elements of a pacific solution thus:--Exchange of Vene. tia against an adequate territory on the shores of the Adriatic; annexation of the Duchies to Prussia, with the reservation of restoring to Denmark Western Schleswig ; and the erection of the territories which con stitute the Rhenish provinces into a separate German state, forming part of the confe deration. London, May 28. Russia until now had protested against the choice of a foreign prince for the Danu bian Principalities, has not yet protested against the election of Prince Hohenzollern. This tact is'causi...

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LATE EUROPEAN NEWS. Carlsruhe, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 19 July 1866

LATE EUROPEAN NEWS. FS1)Mi TELEGRBMS TO SEMPIIHORE DE MAT FLIn, MAY 26.) [FrOM THE AMGCS ] Carlsruhe, May 24. Tue "zette de Carlsruhe" publishes a dam, dtel.ieunn, 23.rd May, to the "'efect that the export of cereals over the frontiers of the Zollverein was interdicted, without any exception whatever. Berne, May 21. Austria and Italy have oikeiallv declared to the Federal Council that they- have ein gaged, in case of war, to respect the neutrality of Switzerland. Stuttgard, May 23. Two bills (projets de loi) have been pre sented to the Chamber. The object of the first is to place at the disposal of the Minis ter of War the entire Landwehr; and the second asks for a credit of 7,700,000 florins, to put the army on a war footing for a pe. riod of six moaths. Paris, May 25. At the Principalities' Conference, held this day, Turkey protested against the in. stallation of the Prince of Hohenzollern. Berlin, May 25. France and Russiahave pronounced against any intervention in the matter of ...

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JOURNALISM AND "SPONGING." [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 19 July 1866

JOURNALISMI A11D "SPONGING." In the formation and meaning of the first and last words of the above heading there .is a wide difference, and it is, indeed rarely, much-to the credit of the gentlemen of the_ press, that a thorough system of=" spong. ing" is combined, with the working .ot jour nalism, more especially in a colony like this where-people of-the B. Moore Carew (Lon. don.beggar) stanip can turn their attention to something more remunerative. asd what may.. generally be mie in accord with their real ch,'racter or former pursuits--pre tending to be infirm or -wanting the neces saries of life so as to impose upon the cre dulous. The person who acts up to this quality, however, we look upon in altogether a different light to the one, who, appare'ntl. independent, stoops, to the most'mean prac tises-in ftact, "sponging," in the real sense of the word-to eke out a livelihood. It is not otren during, the period the "Free. Press" has been in existence that we made prominent any mat...

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

ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE. SDO ITEREBY give notice that I have sppli=d to the President of the Board of Land and Works for a licencs to reside on or cultivate 80 acres of land (,o F-ur contigueus lots), as ptr plan eccom paying the same, and hereunder described, that is ,to Fay Ciunty of AItgl?rey, patish of Aveael, por ti'on ci block No 7. Sluve}ed by Mr. II. St. IH. Blair, contract sur. Tvoyer. A. DOHERTY. Hu h: a' Creek, Tu!y 3, 1866. NOTICE. 1 the uiideresined, HEREBY give notice that I am applying to the Board of Land as i! Works for a license to residle on or cultivate fur b!eocl, of laed, each block contrining 20 acres, under the 42nd Section of the Amending Land Ac', 1865. as per..l:lan accoompanying the sai.d app'ieatian, the said land being situate in the pslrira of Goldie, County o' Dalhon:sic. A Delisser, Etq, conteaet earveyo-. Forbes, 3rd July, 1886. JOHN DWYER. J DANIEL HANDFORD, of Pyalong, in SCt.lny of Vic'aric, do hereby giver otice, that I have coplied to the Presid...

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

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. SURVEYS UNDER 42ND CLAUSE.-W .. are glad to be able to state that a Surveyor is at last appointed to make surveys under the 42nd clause of the Amending Land Act, in the Lancet?eld and Springfield districts, or rather that those places have been added to the survey district of A. Delisser, Esq., who intend making surveys in those; place. ,after the 6th proximo. REVISION CouRT.-A court to.revise. t!ie lists of the Lancefield and Springfield Road Districts was held at Lancefield Court-house on Monday last, before A 31. M'Crae, Esq, P.M., and Messrs. haley- and ,Clarke J.P's. The list of the Springfield Board was passed without alteration, as was also that of Lance field, with the exception of the addition of the names of two or three applicants. AccDENT.--On Friday night an accident happened to a man named Beecroft,apassen. ger. between Kilmore and . Beechworth, as the coach was proceeding downwards. be tween Seymour and Tallarook. It appears that as the coach was c...

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THE PROSPECT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 19 July 1866

THE PROSPECT OF WAR. -00 -oo (From the Bendigo Adver tiser.) Mfr Schlem, of Pall Mall has courteously placed at our. disposal some, interesting par ticulars contained in his private letters, with regard to the war excitement in Germany. Hanover, it appears, has called out all her reserves, and sent her treasure and crown diamonds to Stade, on the Elbe, so that being thus near tlhe sea, they can, with ease and speed, be forwarded to England. It is anticipated, that should war be proclaimed, the Hanoverian troops will be at. once marched to Stadc, so as to be near the -sea, and in communicaiton with the Austrian torces in Holstein. Saxony, also anxious about hcr treasure, has transmitted it to Vienna, the maiden fortress of Kcnigstein, being, though strong, not strong enough. The smallest as well as the most powerful, of the German States are alleged to have called out every available. soldier, and the total forces then in arms is given at four millions. The cost of the war movement t...

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THE IRISH STATE PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 19 July 1866

THE IRISH STATE PRISONERS.. -4--t (From Saturday's "Argus.' ) A ublAi meeting, clled for the purpose of dering means to aid the distressed wives and families of the Irish state. prisoners, was held Est evening in St. George's rllL. MIr. Miehael mi iiaesse ceoupied the chair, and there were between 700 and. 800. persoi s presenL The Chairman exphlined that the objeit of the meeting was simply to adopt. mea~mres to raise fnds for the support of the wives and fmilies of those 3f their countrymen -who rwere imprisoned in Ireland for having been in some way connected with what was termed Feniani~m. It was no part <f the purpose of the n:eetig to express any sy m pathy with Fenianisni. (Applause). When money had been subscribed it would be for warded to Mr. Peter Paul 3['Sweeney, 1ate mayor of Dublin, on whcm: they were fully justified in ielying. iMr. Jas. Murray moved the first resolu tion, as follows :-" That we, the inhabitants of 'Melbourne and its vicinity, in uublic meet...

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

CO'":iERCl!Jj INIET 'TGENCE KILMORE. Dz Dgcalrr:, ri: )re F1har \IiII (1 143: a3 fol Wh1D:«, £ i ,9 r burite Bran, Is 91 do Pollar-, 2a 03 do .&bibn Mil'a qTitet a3 follows Flur- 18 Eran £9 1 S per t~a Polar3 Lb a0d MorePJ, non~e offering. Mr. ^rcr~e If 3.on quzotes : Otrat, 1r;Jri i, 5! 01 to 53 61 per buikrl? T-,,1. a 5rr b1 1 t p~ttot! -, '3 t5 LS per ton. R the ernditi Ii..Zepeadrele W qot-t- tisi en "ir wh&ceile price cuLrrent: Fenatr Adelaie, £13 per ton Cn'r Tat, 4 1n (Jet.. ell-UL, 7e t;,1 Ftr tr:1.1el r; s , £30 rer t-n If·v. £9 n £1(t rev on' T'T.r ,rt"rr-t -ror ;lie Perr~ld we eote tZ.e fcl Few. Ad·!9qao tC17 Wheat, Cl'al, G6. ., Cnlo:;all fl... 'a 6'. 01. Pntatrrt. p 5 :. T 6e r ton. JUT' bet. L7 to I.8 Stray, TA 'a L5 15v; T: FcrF(=N- i 41,slriOP are the orices now ruling a gqarteA ht ti-p Eyrefo" Gpardian : Flour, £19 04 ' toran Wha', 6. t~ 7s vor h:i:el flat 4! to -t·, 3.1 1-obeshel U3rineco-7-'ee 2~ror Timer qup!Ce5 as fdlown Flor, £ W1-eet 9e tal04 n...

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

AGE- 3 FORI TEE "FEEL PBRSS:, -0 ES ~;B G?oDON & GOTCH, of Collirs street r% st, 3delboorne, have been appointed Agents ` J9 cnr~reL - T] T.GAN: ON, Lancefield Road Station is i ,pintrd to receive moeies on behalf of the e Press" in the Laneifield and Romsey district.. t t reipt ill eto a sufficient discharge from all IRB KILMORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. rEE terms for advertisirg in the Iilsiser Free press are as under : IWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE PER INCH. 1 rn ction of ten per cent wi'1 be made for ert.ia?iterts or=tred for cre month; twen'y per t for two m?tJies; end thirvy-three per cent for Lee nrtths :-b--e?d which time a sIecial arrange re: t ill be maue. T-e rrrmn of srbscription to the Kilemore Free Pres : ce 6- eJ per quarter in WtoWn, ELd 7s 63 if posted the auntry. LSUREON & ACCOUC HEUR, -,r ;e,'s %hctel, Eilnore, for four Sears Resident S.rrcn to the County Hospital cf Kent, EEZ0TED TO SYDNEY STREET, hIT DOO...

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

NOTICE. 'the Qas ern for subscription to the Frree. Pre wileol wnmec on the 23'd Mtreh, 23rd June, 23rd September, and 23rd December. Persons .cannot withdraw their names from the. roll of S,;bscniers without paying up to the end of th' current quarter New euhscribcrs can he en-oiled at sny time hr 'tiv inga IubecriT iti prrporliouate to the pecxid in the quar;er rrlraini. aliorxr-irrt rn Adierett;crrne re-rsed for each i.ueiuD t' twn p.u.on the day preri'ui to nuhlicrtion. Etch ad vetucrteint sho.lrl b·a" u',on 'tP ma a ciip. the nutrber of ins-rtiona requires. When no ins'rnc i;ra, are eeot -in refe'eree to tlei r.urni'rr "f irseri'n, the edveetiarrne' t wi]! he eort'nn-' uctll Pannlerwmonred c rd tis. exjre, and -rhsried a tsr.rtgnp ly. Notice ro withdraw an adrtrtiexuen: nLcouu .iC given in Al lrde -e t, atrer witcor.tirue rdrrtireemmn'a Dint be. rde, in. wr iirg, and fwwarv.ted to the rG ce .-f'vO Pis I: u=. on the Turedey of eamh week. rarA h-'Oe t1! p it- on the Ul(IeatT or w...

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

APPLICATIONS.   J Ager, occupier of house in Sydney street   Application allowed. William Hughes; occupier of house in Sydney street. Application allowed. Alex. Lawrie, as occupier of property in Powlett street. Adjourned till Thursday, at 12 o'clock. Wm. Patterson, as owner and occupier of property in Victoria street. Allowed. W. Cooke, as occupier of property in Victoria street. Allowed. Harriet Duff, occupation in Powlett street Allowed. Louisa Franklin, as occupying premises in Albert street. Allowed. Thomas Hill, in Albert street. Allowed. Robert Miller, in ,Hamilton street. Ad- journed. John Bailey, as occupier of property,   in Albert street. Allowed. Henry Fisher. Allowed. Wm. Martin, property in Bourke street. Allowed.l

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