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DESPERATE AFFRAY WITH BURGLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 July 1866

l)ESPERATE AFFRAY WITH BURGLARS. (Fnoar MosuD 's HEnLD.u.) Two of the most notorious thieves in Mel bourne were arrested last night, about half-past 7 o'clock, under very remarkable circumstances,. The detectives and the ge neral police, it appears, had been for some time on the watch for the men apprehended, as they were most notorious characters-one James Nolan, an accur plishod burglar, and the other James Rodgers, alias The Tinker, a professional pickpocket and vagabond in general. These two were spotted by Detec tive Jcunings, who followed .them until they went into the Argus hotel. Knowing that their object in going there was anything but lawful, he allowed about ten minutes to elapse, and then followed into the hotel, and found the men just taking drinks at the bar. lie told them that he arrested them, and took them into a side room but they then showed fight, and resisted his attempts to take them into custody. Nolan, who was armed with a loaded riding, whip, used this to Je...

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 — 26 July 1866

ADVERTISEMENTS. PRIVATE ACADEMY 45 CHARLES STREET, FITZROY, (Late Rev. W. B. Miller's) Conducted by Mr. JOHN WILSON KERR, Graduate of Belfast Royal College, and First =clus Ce tifitcaed Teacher under the Board of Education. *UPERIOR Adeomodation for BRarders. Terrs -Ten to Twelve Guinea, per Quarter. Sohool will Re-acen, aft r Slid-winter Recess, on Monday, the 9th July. Evening Clasees 'rom Seven to Nine. N.B -Mra. Kerr is prepared to reorire pupils for inut nation on Pisn f:rte. SPRINGFIELD ROAD DISTRICT. ELECTION NOTIOE. IN accordance with tbdtprovisions of the Local Go vernment Act, 27 Vie., No. 176, notice i4 hereby given that a meeting of the electors of the above Road District sill to hell at the office of the Board (Springfield ho!el), Springfield, on Thursday, the ninth day of August, proximo, for the purpose of elrcting two mem:uers to serve at the Board of . the above Road District, vice Messrs. William John Lotb and James Tom, who retire by rotation, under the provisions...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Wednesday, July 25. (Before L. Arcus, and D. N. Nicolson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 July 1866

Wednesday, July 25.. -0 (Before L. Arcus, and D. N. Nico.son,, Esq., J.P.) - T. de C. Meade v William Cummins, for. being drunk and disorderly.. Discharged, plaintiff not wishing to press. the, charge.. William Cummins, charged by Constable Butler, with.assaulting police in the execu tion of their duty. Fined £2.

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 July 1866

KIUIL ORE BOROUGI.COUNCIL.. Monday, July.. 23. There was no quorum at the Council on Monday evening,. therefore.- the meeting. lapstd. The Mayor-and Cr. Hudson :and : Dobin son were the 'gentlemcn. who put.in na ap pearanee.

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Tuesday, July 24. (Before L. Arcus, and J. Taylor, Esq's., J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 July 1866

Tuesday, July 24. -0 (Before L. Arcus, and J.. Taylor,; Esq's., J.P's.) Catherine, John, and Martin ?Iullins, ne glected ch ildreno were sent to the Industrial School, Melbourne, for seven .years.

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LANCEFIELD ROAD BOARD. Monday, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 July 1866

I:ANCEFIELD ROAD BOARD: Monday, July 23.. -0o Present -The. Chairman (Mr Haley), and 3Messis Grahair, Wragge, Riddell, and, afterwards, Dr. M'Kay, ' MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORREsPOSDENCE The following correspondence was read: 1. From the Metcalf Shire Council, ask. ing the Board's co-operation in amending the Wine and Spirit Statute. so as to have licenxses paid quarterly inste:id of yearly. 2. From the. Commissioner. under the Wine and; Spirit Statute, asking for certain BI information, tic On the motion of'Mr. Graham, seconded by Mr Wragg,, the tender of Mr Thomas Murray, for work at Deep Creek--£910 10s. -was accepted. Mr Riddell brought under the notice of the Board the necessity of: making a road near Romsey. He then proposed that 25. chains of that road be constructed, Seconded by Mr Graham. a The Chairman stated it would be necessary w to.have the place gazetted. cl Some conversation having ensued on the it matter, the Chairman: ...

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 — 26 July 1866

ARR1YVAL AVND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT THE KILMORE POST-OFFICE. Offlices I Arrival I Departure. Melbourne Daily at 7*30. Campbellfield Daily at 4 p.m.,: & p.m. (Sundays Somerton at 9 p.m. (Sunays excepted). Let Donnybrook I excepted) ters eent to 8 on. Wallan WallenJ payment of late fee-G6 Beechworth - Tarrarirgee Chiltern Wshgnrnyah tu¶cherg'en De!voir arnaw arlha . Albury Wangaretta I WVinton Daily at 2 a.m. Dailyat345 p.m ertaiia. I Mondays rxcepted Sundsy excepted Violet Town Euron Longwcod ' Sejmour Tellrock - Broadford King Parrot Jamie?on. 'eathacto " Py alh ng Tues., Thura, and 3ton., Wed., and iteecdy Acck I Eat., at 1 p.m. Fri.,at noon. Yea ) Wood's Point ) Tue., Thura., and Sion., Wed., and Matlcek Sat., at 2 a.m. Fri., at 3"45 p.m. Tuces., Thure., and Irucs, Thurs., & Lsncefield - Sat., at 3"30 p m. Sot., at 4 15 p.m. the receiving boxes are cleared daily (nundae~ excepted) at 17 0 p.m., and Mr Barfoot's box S'Sv p m. Money ordera are issued daily (Sundays ex...

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WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 July 1866

WILLOWMAVJIN.ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, July 24.. -~-----o Present :--The Chairman (Mr. Trainor), and M?essrs Moone, M'Man?us, Cleary and O'Brien. Some correspondence was read and. con sidered. The clerk was requested to instruct the rate collector to issue the. necessary, notices to compel ratepayers to pay up. On an order of the day to. consider the appointment of a deputation, to wait, upon the Treasurer of Victoria, relative to the Board's portion of Government. endowment which had been held back: Mr. O'Brien moved that the Chairman and M"r. M'M3anus constitute the. deputa tion. Mr Cleary seconded the. motion.. Carried. Mr Thomas Dwyer.. applied, to have-. his rates increased to £25, the same - amount .at which he was assessed last year. Mr M'Manus proposed that the rate be increased, as requested.. Seconded by Mr. O'Brien.: Carried. Accounts as follows were tpassed. for pay ment: L Hanlon ................. £22 6 "Free Press"'................ 3 0 0 Heath &.Cordell............ ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 July 1866

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A good story was told ua a few days ago by a supporter of the member for Dalhousie.. which serves in a great measure to show the i character for consistency of some of the ' members of the present Ministry. It ap pears that Mr Sands, MI.L.A., and the per- C son before alluded to, had a conversation d relative- to political:matters, in the course of which, the former gentleman, relying no doubt upon the secrest- of his hearer, told him, that in the event of a.change of minis try it was his intention to range himself on, the side of the " powers that be," as it was the- only way he had an opportunity of serving his friends. We give the story just as it was told us, without,, however, re vcaling the name of our informant, but we might state, it only serves to confirm the opinion we always entertained of the heon. member. for.Dalhousie. An aflair: occurred in Sydney-street on Tuesday afternoon, which speaks well for the forbearance and humanity of some of our police....

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 20TH JULY. (Before A. M M'Crae Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 July 1866

KILMOORE POLICE .COURT.'. ERnIDaY, 20TH. JULY. -0 (Before.IEX N'Crae Esq.,.P.f.):. H;'1: . L'ong Innes, charged with obtaining money under false pretences, was. dis. charged. * Edward Buck, on a charge. of:unlawfully wounding James Ward, was. remanded for seven days. . Ah On, charged by Constable Finn, . with keeping:a place for slaughtering sheep inten. ded for sale wi thout being duly licensed. "Being first offence, and ignorant of the law, he was ordered to take out a license. Ah Kin, on a like charge, was similarly dealt with.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 July 1866

BIRTH. On the 23rd inst., at her residence, Happy Val-   ley, Lancefield, the wife of J P Conway, Esq., of a   daughter

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WHAT FANNY FERN HATES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 July 1866

WIIAT FANNY FEitN IHATES. Chiefest of all sublunary abomiuations is the slatternly woman. I bl.::e no man who rushes from a homne whose mistress, hbitaily a:n d from chIe, 1pours out his coffee ii tur rp.:ir. or tru ibld hair, dingy, -ollarices i..nr-'ng ',,ult sihp-:od ifeet. if there is a:y t ;ie whon a lpr ttyt:, w(`m.,n ,krs a')rtti,-r 'il.: an other Ihou ia the tue.e ty four it is i. i a tt ~a :rea'::.. t til eite, ln. if t.:re is a lime v. ia a plain some, it is is t... :::: love;b1 duLestic 1 I will min:tain: t i the coffOa and eg;c t .taste bAttr,~;i thai t iti ult g's -more S rgini r ,:.:; h'iopful to. his (la''s task, rfter he'::r ich a ,i f to brea d and butter. Icoull nueer cmprcehend the female slat tern-thank heavi-n, there are fer of them! -or zuU 1a r .. i: wat:umn, though she i-d no eye to p!eai." but her own, should not L;e s.ru:pulos'ly :e 1 t in all the dif ferentt strata Lf hr apfpacl. I repeat it. I blame no ma n from rushing in dibgust from; a houre whose istr...

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[?]M OF OVEREND, GURNEY, AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 July 1866

- -# M OF OVE END, GURNEY, AND CO. imn of Overend, Gurney, and Co. ",yr~ed early in the present century. :1 =lInae of the firm was Richar1d -crnd, and Gurney, all belonging to ''?r of Friends. Mr. Richardson l-:?- his career in life as a clerk in ' cf 31es:rs. Smith and Holt, bill a. i 014 Broad street. The late Mr. -) erend was a cashier in the banking 8if James Easdaile and Co., Loin .t, :at the same time that Mr Sam e. was in Fry and Chapman's --'f dres's court. On the visits of '-" to Easdale's Bank, Mr. Overend -: e a joke of the peculiar shrill ?--e ia Whih MJr. Gurney used to :-i. Mr. John Overend had been ? Ehasdile's Bank for many years, -ometime previously to his leaving w, as in the habit of carrying on privately as a bill-broker, having an -'court out of Corn hill. Finding "es increase. it is said, he on.: day S.- Eahile he must leave them, he :a'ch business of his own that he Slonger attend to the business of the _-' house. Mfr. Easdaile is said to W1 e were just going ...

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AN EXCITING STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 July 1866

jECITItG STORiY. .:?- !~n-aswICs ADTiETIlSEL. S.iest sinaalar accidents and " g ret bngular e-capes i hich we :nut 'ri " .T. Z -i Mr Smith, fruiterer, irt on the top of the range er hop, st pped his horse, and tr' rerns to a tree, and at once : . Smith's assistance. Almost ,v the horse reared backwards. r.- - ; - bolted over the ranges S. rs Gaylor, with great saw her position, pulled t e tail-board, and dropped j:3 Ielde children out on the road. af reached forward for the youngest, se:- ntentl months old, who was Svrapped up in front of the cart, 'ý", p?- ,pitched by a sudden jolt right ; ?, he horse still proceeding at ;- - rs Gaylor fortunatelv was but ; i, tn she ran with full speed-and -a other could-to the town, and l? rm that the horse had bolted, r chill in the cart. The alarm S-i.klv, and in a very short time our townsmen, having secured i lanterns, organised themselves -,h parties, and proceeded in all di St recover if possible the little lost w lraras Sulky Gully they fo...

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WRECK OF THE EMIGRANT SHIP NETHERBY. SAFETY OF THE PASSENGERS AND CREW. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 July 1866

WRECK OF THE EMIGRANT SHIP NYETIIERBY. -o- SIFETT OF TIHE PASSENGOERS AND CREW. ---o00- On Saturday evening the second mate of the ship Netherby arrived in Geelong with the intelligence that the ship was a total wreck on the south west coast of King's Island, that he and three of the passengers had walked from the wreck to the lighthouse at the nonthern end of the island, where they procured a boat with which they had crossed the Strait in safety; and they had landed at Point Roadknigh, near Loutit Bay, whence a horse and guide having been procured, the second mate came on to Geelong, with the view of proceeding to Melbourne, in order to communicate with the agents of the ship and with the Government, so that vessels might be despatched at once to the assistance of the passengers and crew. The Netherby sailed from Plymouth on the 13th of April, with 418 emigzants for Queensland. On Saturday the 14th July, and for several days previously, there was a thick haze, during which no obser...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 July 1866

M3ilmnon 4Fre Prt00 PrcELIaED TIIErSDAr MOn~IscGS. £HURSDATY, JILY" 26; 186. THE late changes in the Ministry cannot fail to be fraught with eon-equcnces of a disas trons nature to the partisans in the Legila ture who all along have adhered to the doct rines of the 3LCLLOoc1t faction: and to many of rw-a, who have long since, for place and pay, or the pro:ui-e of such, at the sacrifice of their principle, their hone-tv and de cency-if iudeed nvy of them were possessed of those traits -Lave ansiited° to keep to gether a ma- s theu at the core of which nothing could he found more corrupt; and.1 through the influence of which Victoria has been sent on the high road to. ruin. We say thelate change will doubtless be disas-. trous to some. zf the ministerial partisans, but, unfortunately, bad as .cffairs were before, -, the country has not benefited-by the change in her condition. When we see the names of BIsDON, MACGREGOR, AYALE and MI1LLER substituted for those who seceded we must arriv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 July 1866

ADVERTISEM:ENTS. I MICUL CULLEN;.of Pyalonc', in the Colony " i Vi:toris,.do hereby give niotice, that I have applied to the Presi.vnt of the Beard of Land m-d- Works, under the 42nd. section. of the Amend. irglrnd Act, 1865, for a license to reside on or cul tivate 80 acres of land as per plan acnomarnyirg.the said application, and hereunder described, tha.t is to say' County of Dalhousie, perish ofPyalong, Mollijon's run, near allotment 118-. To be surveyed by Mr. A. D.liescr, contract sue ve;cr. Dated, the 2nd day of Ju,y, 1860. - 71o HEREBY give notice that I have applied to the President of the Beard of Land and Works, un der t; o 42nd Settion of the Amending Land Act, 1865, for a licenee tl r~eide on or cl'ivnto 20 acres of land as per tplan accompanying the said application, and hereunder described, that is to say County of AngIesey, .parish of Avenl,. portlion.of block No. 9. Surveyed by. Mr H. St. II..Blair, contract sur veyor.. DANIEL MURRAY. Iiughes' Creek, July 5th, 1866...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 July 1866

COXMERCIAL ItELLlGI ES :h KILMORE. W* Dzaiirv 1,h Vsre Fleur hldle, q-i3.3 ma ici ar': WhFbrt 1'fia1 i r bus" el Bra, ls91 do Pollard,2.Od do XVon [ills quotes ma follow. Bran £8 15. oer t'a t Podad L10 do .Whet, none off ring. Mr. George luieon juotea: flat,, Colnoiitl, 5a.01 to 5e 6d per bosba1! 1 en, 191 cer bushel ·liri, 21 3 t ner huabel Potatre. 16 t 18 per too. Ilr,7s0i per cat Cheff , 7. rr ow'. hVDIGoo -From the lendigi Iadepeddait we igt- the foli' apg wl-oleeale prices current: Eoor Aticeside, M?3 per tin Colonii, £0O Oqtt. c~lnodl, 7. Ci Fer bushel C1-sff, £10 ,e' if :y, 19 to £10 per ton' FE aorezE. -From the er'a!d we qiote the icl VIe tr, A l·aids. £17. Wheat, Chi an, 6e. i Colonia0 . 6... to 6a. 61. Potaties, 15" to L6 pa ton. Ha., best, L7 to L8 Straw, L4"to L5 15.. KncaFrO1e.-The followioi areef'e price ncWvrulflg es guote br t1e Xrneton Gaardizn Four, LLS 04 per too Wheat, 6. to 7. per boshel. Oats 4. to 4. 3d per busbel llEkTacor .-The ]!'Iror Timtetqoi.te&am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 July 1866

NOTICE: "1'h Qtsrters far stihrription to the Free Press will commence on the 23rd ,;mrch, 23rd .Tnn, 23nd eptember, and 23rd December. Persons earnct withdraw. their names froza.the roll of Sohscribers without psvirg %p to the end of the current qtertzr New snbscribers can be enrolled at any tire by DaV inga ul- rittica prctpir;iorione to. tte rero3d is the quarter remaini g ;ruric ired. Adasetitmeynts re -,re3 for re-'t jaste ut t, twa P.L on :3e daT pr'eiSLa to pUhOp6etiin. E.":cl ad. yertt' mera- should bear upon th'e manurnZlip` the LUatbe? of insertiore reciire4. Wien no ins'ruc i ,s are rert- in rsrererre tclihe rt'Ter of jr:eer i it, the r.rtixme! I will be crntrturit t~ittl cournermanded or date exidire, ar.d el ar~ed accnrtizgi~y. Notice to withdraw en adr. rtieenen: rLculd be given in wrting. All order to a'ter or discortiure advertisements maut be made in wKi'i e: and fi '.r.1ed to the o&ee Weore cix p.m. on the Tnredby of earh wrrk. UB .CRI3BR"S Pre rs Pntu'ly r...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 26 July 1866

MISCELLANEOUS. di Ssil THE VAGRANT ACT AND MASTERS AND re SERvA.Trs AcT.-There are two acts upon T the Victorian Statute Book, says the Kyne- tl ton Observer, which would be a disgrace to any civilized community-the Vagrant Act a and the Masters and Servants Act. We g venture to assert that as gross deeds of C petty tyranny and injustice are perpetrated 1a under cover of these laws in this free colony d of Victoria, as would excite disgust in a country governed by a paternal despotism. u Both acts are perhaps fitted to the circum- d stances of a convict colony, and were framed n with those circumstances in view, but it is c S:andalous that laws which put such terrible powers into the hands of the magistracy ] should not long ago have been modified or re- s pealed. Our remarks are suggested by a case which came before the Kyneton Bench on ( Friday. A shepherd in the employ "X Mr. t Finlay Campbellwas charged under the Mas- t ters and Servants Act.with misconduct. The head and front o...

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