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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 2 August 1866

KIL~ ORE BOROUGHI COUNCIL. Monday,-July 30:. -o Present:-His Worship the Mayor, and Crs Taylor Dohinson, Thomas, Sugden, Fynn, IHudson an.d Dowling. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous. eeting, hay. ing been read, were confirmed. COBR.RESPDEO DENCE, 7Tlih correspondence received .since last meeting was read by the clerk and disposed of as follows : 1." From P. Ryan, i'equesting a progress payment on his contract, and stating that contract would have been finished only for the inclement state of the weather. After-referring to the surveyor as to how much per centage on the contract was on hand, and ascertaining that the balance would be suficient to complete the work, The Mayor moved that the £25 be paid... Seconded by Cr. Dowling. Carried. 2. From Chitts and \M'Leod, applying for extension of time to - enable them to finish their contract in.Sydney street. Cr Fynn mtved that the time applied, for (one moath) be granted. Seconded by.Cr Sugden. Carried. 3. From A. M. Elder, resigning...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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(From the Goulburn Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 2 August 1866

(From the Goulburn Herald.) The mother-in-law of the new baronet is Mtrs. James Pain, a Goulburn resident, aud wife of a labouring man. fLadly Tichbourne is the daughter of Mrs. Pain's first husband, who was a plasterer named .dryan, and met his death some years ago by falling downi stairs'or offa ladder during the progress of the erection of a house.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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A ROMANTIC STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 2 August 1866

A ROLMANTIC STORY. (From the Wagg .W.agg Express.) For some months past a vague rind of ru mour has been current in Wagga Wagga to the effect that a veritable British peer was :uietly residing, under an assumed name, in our midst. It was a rumour, however, to which very little credibility was attached, and was oftener thesubject of jocular allu sionithan of serious remark. It now turns out that, though not quite correct in form, it still approximated very nearly io truth. As yet, we have certainly had no English nobleman for a resident, though we really have been daily brushing up against a baro net for the last two or three years, without knowing it. The individual to whom we refer has, up to the present time been known as "' Tom Castro," and during his residence amongst us, has occupied a very humbie station in life. Recent events have disclosed the fact that his real name is not Castro, but Rodger Charles TieLbourne, eldest son and heir-at-law to the late Sir James Tichbourne, Ba...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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CASH PAYMENTS, [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 2 August 1866

CASH PAYMENTS, (From the London Review -0 We do not ask " What can we spend ?? but " With how little can we manage? We rack our brain to invent economies; we strain our eyes to detect dispensable excres cence=. Polly must trim her spring bonnet and make it serve for summer as well as she can, and Tom must content himselt with hearing Titiens from the gallery of Her Majesty's Theatre instead of indulging in a nit stall. Nay, even in the matter of necessaries, pater'familias and materfamilias will do well to think how they can save. And here are the Earl of Albermarle, the Earl rucie, Lord Sufield, Lord Overstair, Viscount Bury, and our old friend William Howitt, knocking at the door in the shape of a prospectus, and showing them, like the highly coloured work of art in the windows of a marine store sealer's, not exactly where they can get most money for their grease pots and mutton bones, but where they can buy the joints that yield the bones and the gretse, besides a v?.rict of ethe...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Thursday, July 26. Before D. N. Nicolson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 2 August 1866

lIL~IO$E POLICE COURT. Thursday, July 26. : .N D . N icolson, Esq., J.P.) a Gilbe?t, e'arge with having the -fa olen cow in her possession' A° for a week at request of the po EDra.Tr , 27TII JULY. ;r. L Arnus, and L. Bourke, Esq's. J.P.'s) 3ek charged with unlawfully and ma. wounding James Ward, was com -r"to take his trial on Ithe 10th August. M-. _loran v Henry Johnson for £5, Verdict for amount and £1 9s 6d. Saturday, 2Sth July. 3erIre A M3 31"Crae Esq., P.M1L) SGilbert, charged with having in her o-0 n the carcase of a stolen cow, was ?I3 to Tuesday. 3onday July 30. -;ýe Brown and IIanna Ward, both w! ith lareeny, were dismissed. Tuesday July 31st. A 31 3ICrae, P.M1., and D. N. S-n, and J. Tailor, Esq's. J. P.'s) a Gilbert, on remand charged with S.re of a stolen bullock in her pos

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 2 August 1866

AMERICA. r vwa of Sydney we have San Francisco Tye to the 4th June, which contain tele ?iintelligence from Washingtonjto New -?zto the 29th of May. Some of the - =ppeared in our telegraphic columns Tr-r Last. "-rton, 23rd 3May.-It is believed -'=hat an offer of mediation between ' and South American Republics ' e agreeable to the Queen's - . cThe President and Cabinet were '- - t-nig.ht by the National Union '' r, 25 th M3Iy.-The "Post's" -: tiele says the chief thing of impor on Wail-street is the firmness given ?'e-tventfies by the report that, owing :1 '1"ee m gold, foreign houses, who -'1 pted goods, cannot sell them at a :. ai d consequently are re-exporting "rn Davis.-Fortress Monroe, 25th h.-_In-tru-:ions from Washington were I: !7÷ tLis morning by General Miles to E.y Davies, on his parole, the freedom - f.:rt. r iring to his room at Carroll . ifl? r?on, C0th May.-It seems to be :- s.ttled opinion in ofEcial qutrters S? Davis's trial will be postponed until er d,',r There se...

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DONNYBROOK AND WALLAN WALLAN ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, July 31. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 2 August 1866

DONNYBROOK AND WALLAN: WALLAN ROAD BOARD.-' Tuesday, July 31. --- o-0 - Present:-The Chairman (Dr. Wilson), and Messrs. M''ormnack, Frazer, ?'Leod, M~:M??rtin, Menzies, Patterson, and. Robert. son. - MIL?UTES. The.. niutes of the previous meeting w erq read an.confirmed. - CO11ESPOO?DENCE.- V The correspondence iLwards was - then p read as follows:- p 1 From the Moorabbin. District Board. t! asking to be informed of th:s board's annual n revenue and exuenditure ; also the mamount of remuneration paid to the officcers of the c Board and to the Common Toll Road Man.- S ger. 2. From the Wine, Beer, and Spirit Sale 1+ Statute Commission, submitting a number a of queries to the board. C 3 From the Commissioner of Crown lands i directing the attention of the board to the r proclamation in the Government Gazette of i. the union of the Town and Farmers' Com- i mons, at Wallan Wallanu. 4 From the leasee of the Wa:llan Wallan c toll-gate, asking the board to allow him an I abatement for rent,...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 2 August 1866

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The. workmen are . making vigorous pro gress with the coitract at the interseetion of Sydney-street with Union-strect. The cul verb across. Sydney-street is already co?.. pleted, and the men are now engaged in pulling up channelling, and pushing oi the work' generally in a very creditable manner. The culvert takes all the water from Union-street and conducts it to the i creek, thus having the effect of savin' Sydney-street to a considerable extent When the work is completed, it will ,a least drain one side of the street, which, although not by any means all that could be desired and expected, will yet be a great benefit to the town. Tce grating whicha receives the water at thetop of the culvert, is in a very dangerous state. It has been fitted into stone work, which leaves a ledg 0 or 10 inches in depth all around it. Anr one stepping on to the grating on a dark night would be very liable to get a severe fall which might result in a serious accident. We beg to ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 2 August 1866

jAGS FOR TEE JXEIL PRESS." --0 S GODO GOTCH, of Collins street ~ , Melbourne, have been appoited Agent $ G-SON, Lanceald Road Station i 1 ,;raited to receive monism on behalf of the i'~ " iPn the Lancefeld and Romsey ditrite, ,jreceipt will be a aucient discharge from all HE ILMORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AI SYDaIY STREET, KILMORE. E krns for advertisirg in the Kilmere *es Sp' are sa under: ,0o SHILLINGS AND BIXPENOE PUE INCH. Snetica of ten per cent will b made for j,,ements ordered for one month; tweaty per ?f;r two months; and thirty-three per cent for bearct:-beyond which time a spaia arreage rt i be made. Ie terms of subscription to the KiZererI e- PNess rI St Sd per quarter in town, and 7. 6d if posted t o er EYy. SURBEON & ACCOUCHEUR, :at eCT'. Hotel, Kilmore, for four years R?sident Srgeon to the County Hoepital of Ket, DE3S0TED TO SYDIEY STREkT, IlT DOOR TO RIOTY OKt NOT,. JAMES FLEURY ~CHITECT AND GENERAL AGENT, STDNEY STREET, KILMORE. zt fr th...

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CHILI. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

CHILI. The Spanish fleet has been withdrawn from Peruvian waters. Callao has been strongly fortified against any further Span ish attack. Two Peruvian iron-clads threatened to at tack Havannab. At Santa. Cathcrina, the Custom-house has been blown up, and twenty persons killed by the explosion.

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

AMERICA. The dates from Newv York are to June 11. . An army of 2,500 Fenians invaded Canada. They were met by a party of Canadian vo lunteers, and a sharp engagement ensued, in which the Canadians were routed. The Fenians had no artillery, and so they re turned to Fort Erie for reinforcements. The United States Government inter ferel, and prevented the Fenians from get ting reinforcements. The Fenians were af terwvards captured by the gunboats of the United States Government. Some were shot by the British. Some were captured and inipiisoned. The leading Generals and the President of the Fenian Brotherhood have been captured. Other small fights have taken place between the Fenians and the Canadians at St. Albans and Vermont, but the Canadians were defeated., The United States again interfered; and the Fenian in-. vasion failed. The Irish in ?cew York aie enthusiastic at the success of the Fenian invasion of' Canada, but President Johnson. damped their ardour by issuing a proclamation...

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LATEST NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

LATEST NEWS ' The claims of Mrs Rvres have come be fore the Court of Probate, and the case ex cites much interest. The Vienna papers assert that Queen Vic toria had addressed a letter to the Empress of the French, asking her to use every ex ertion for the preservation of the peace. A Frankfort telegram announces that in telligence published there states that Turkey had addressed a despatch to the Great Power3 in which she persists. in demanding their assent to her occupying the Danubian Principalities. The Great Powers, particu. larly Frnuce, had warned the. Turkish Go vernment, in reply, that such an occupation might prove fatal to Turkey, and therefore hoped that the plan would be abandoned.

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GERMANY AND ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

GERMANY AND ITALY. The European crisis still confines its action to words. Not a shot has been fired; each power wants the accidental or impulsive fact,which may justify a declaration of war. Prussia, it appears, is trying to win over Russia by a proposal of marriage between Prince Hohenzollern and the Princess Leu chtenburg. It is thought that the proposal will not be accepted by the Czar. Advices from 3erlin state that intrigues against Count Bismarck are beginning to produce an effect on the King. Prussia has declared to the Government of Hesse that war between Austria and Prussia would involve the dissolution of the Ger manic Confederation.

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SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

SPAIN. The Minister for Foreign Affairs, replying to a question respecting the bombardment of Valparaiso, and the declaration of Mr. Lavard relative to Spain, stated that he had informed foreign Governments that Spain would have recourse to every kind of hos tility to avenge the blood already shed.

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WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, August 7. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

WILLQWMLIN ROAD BOARD. " Tusday, August .7. Present :-The Chairmsan (. K. Trainor'. ?o and Mesars Clearyi Curtin, ML'Manus, and nloD1. Correspondence as follows. wad read and M-t sidered:-- t -0 t-hsI 1. From T de O.Mcade, informing the F r t t" the probable costs in. the case of sFltc1?e Board, for toll mnies, would be about 60, li pendent of, witnesses expenses; also tat of amount would be the probable cost in the act Verdon.verats the Board.. On the motion of Mr lM'anos, seconded by u " Mooney, the amounts were set apart -for tb poe.counts a fllows .were parsed for payment f John Griffa .......... 6 0 0 14 0 0 Brady & Noonan .. a 1 6 0 Clerk & ..... 60 l 0 Meade (costs of lawsuit) 60hath - o Mr Thomas, a ratepayer. requesterd lat e should postpone the granting of a sum for penses. The meeting then adjour?Ped ...

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

FRANCE. General Almonte has presented his letters of credit from Maximilian as Mexican Envoy Ei traordinary and Minister Plenipotenti ary. a telegram from Paris, dated 30th June, says that at the ball given by the Emperor on the 28th, he boldly expressed his assurance that the conference would lead to satisfactory results. Public opinion, however, does not seem to adopt that view. The Vienna journals state that during the late financial panic in London, Earl Cowley, by order of his Government, solicited the energetic mediation of the Emperor Napo. leon in favour of peace, and received from His Majesty the ibllowing reply:-" In the years 1S59 and and 1864 England opposed my proposals in reference to the settlement of the Venetian and Schleswig Holstein questions. Now England wants peace, I also desire peace, but, as the most favorable opportunities have been frittered away, and as the conflicting interests have been per mitted to reach a point at which they must clash, I can no longe...

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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 — 9 August 1866

kARIL1VAL ANDj DESPATCH OP-MAILS AT THE KILMORE POST-OFFICE. Ot'icer I Artival ) D, parture. Milbourne ) D.dly at 7"30 Campbellfield IDaily at 4 p.m., "&amp; p.m. (Sundaya Sometoa at 9 p.m. (Suna'ys excepted). Lat. Donny brock txcepted) tera eent to 8 .on Wallan W allan J payment of late - fee61I- - Beechworth " Tarrawidg?oe Chiltern Indigo Wahgunyah Rutherglen Belvoir arnar artha Albury ~targAtta - j Winton : D.ilyast3"45 p.m Benalia Mondays excepttd undayc xcopted Violet Town Euros Loagw~od rene ??smour Tallarook Broadford King Parrot . Jamieacn Pyalong Tues.,Thurs., and fon.,Wed., nd tetde Onrek eat., at 1 p.m. Fri., at noor. Yea Wood's Point Tues., Thunr., and fon., Wed., and Matlcek. . : " Sat., Lt 2 a.m. Fri., at 345 p.m. Tuce.,Thure., and Tues, Thure., &amp; Lencefied{ Sat., at 30o p m. nt..at 4 15 p.m ' the reerving bxels are ctearea daily (3utdalw excepted) at; 7 30 p.m., and Mr B1.atfot' box 3ou FMoneyorders are issued daily (Sundayd cxeepted) rcm 1 iafmli.ts3p.n.<...

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THE PANAMA MAIL ARRIVAL OF THE RAKAIA, S. S., AT SYDNEY, WITH LATER NEWS FROM SOUTHAMPTON, JUNE 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

THE PANAMA MAIL ARX IVYAL OF TIIE R AX A IA, S.s., AT SYDNEY, WITH . LAT EI NEWS FROM ENGLAND AND AMERICA. -- ?r - (BY ELEOTRIO TELE1REAPS) [From the Argus Correspondent.] SOUTHAMPTON, JuIst 2. The " Moniteur" has at last broken silence, and announced that England, France and Russia, in order to prevent war in Italy and Germany, had proposed a conference. It .has denounced as false the report that a secret treaty had been entered into between France, Prussia, and Italy, by which Prussia was to cede the Rhenish Provinces to France and Italy the Island of Sardinia. Mr Layard was instructed to represent to the French Government the anxiety of England to avert war. lie had returned to London. Lord Cowley will also return. The Queen is on a visit to the Duchess of Sutherland. She will remain at Clevedon for another fortnight, and will not visit Bal moral this spring. The postponemnnt of the visit to Scotland is semi-officially attributed to the complicated state of affairs on the Contine...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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KILMORE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3. (Before A M M'Crae Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

KILMORE POLICE COURT. Fam.iY, AUGUST 3. (Before A M M'Crae Esq., P.M.) John .IL M'Mahon v James Fetheyell, for ifal detention of property under the value of £O. Adjourn for a week.

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BYLANDS AND GLENBURNIE ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

$rLA DS AND GLENBURNIE ROAD BOARD. ,fers W. Dowling, N. Campbell, and M Two to be returned. PYALONG ROAD BOARD. Iessrs J. Bradley, J. Clarke, and T. ,oser. Elected without opposition. LANCEFIELD ROAD BOARD. 3fisr Graham, Haley, Beasley, and eenjan. Two to be returned: SPRINGFIELD ROAD BOARD. 3?Iers. Ford, Hurst, and Allen. Two to Sreturned.

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