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Wednesday, August 8. (Before L. Arcus, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

Wednesday, August 8. (Before L. Arcus, Esq., J.P.) Thomas Aubry, on a charge of drunken ness, was discharged.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Tuesday August 7. (Before J. K. Trainor and L. Arcus, Esq's J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

Tuesday August 7. (Before . K. Trainor and L. Areus, Esq' J.P.'s) Rery &ichard.onr William Moodie, for ' work and labor done. Verdict for f s 4, with £1119 cowts. Alexander oodie on a charge of petty larceny was sent to gaol for two months. E and M Malon9v v Thomas M'Mahon, for £1 117 Id. Verdict for amount, with £1 6s costs. 1I Curtain v Kate IIoga., for larceny under 40s. Remanded for eight days. Thomas F Roberts v (G Woods, for £5 11s Sd, goods sold. Verdict for amount, and £1 7s costs.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

NOMINATIONS. The i?lowing, as far as we have been able brn, are the nominations for the various 1 deltions to come- off on the 9th in KILUORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. 1enrs. John Taylor, James Thomas, r?- F. Roberts, William Hartnell, lei Downs, and Patrick Hickey. Three members to be returned.

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

WILLOW3fAYIN ROAD BOARD. -efssr J. K. Trainor, M. Leahy, and J. Tom to e returned Two to be returned.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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(From the New York Tribune, June 2.) CLINCON, C. W., Friday June 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

(From the New York Tribune, June 2.) CLIuscs, C. W., Friday. Junia-. Six companies ofregulars, three from the 45th Regiment, and three from the 16th, with a battery of artillery, in all about 475 men and .ix rguns, have come here by rail a.d gone to Black Creek, the infantry by the Erie and Niagara Railroad, and the battery by the River Railroad, to attack the Fenian force The latter has not advanced more than two miles, being posted at that distance from the position seized by it. The force has had time to intrench, and is likely strongly posted now. BUFEALO, Friday Moraing. The first detachcent of the I'enian army, Colonel O'Neil commanding, crossed Lake Erie last night without opposition, and es tablished a foothold on the Canadian, side. Reinforceaments are arriving at different points along the bcrder route, and great en thusiasm prevails amorg all the Fenian sym. pathisers. BUFFALO, June 1-21 a.m.. Reporters of the Express have just returned from a point one mile and a half be...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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SEYMOUR ROAD BOARD. AVENEL SUBDIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

5EYMOnII ROAD BOARD. s V12\EL SI-BD"ITIIOL A.rs A Doihertv and G( Coomba. OLe e returned. SEYMOUR SUBDIVISION. MrA Robertso. Returned without op iI.u ooz SuBD'Imsov. r D. Callan, Returned without op ?sirio.

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INVASION OF CANADA BY THE FENIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

INVASION OF CANAI}ALBY!lUR JENIANS. (Pxox vU PLrixx SuTR, Juss 24.) -o :'?: tie ?st I:n-t?ur, about 2;500 Fenians, S-r C-.-?-er. i t'Neill, occupied Fort Por. ': the Canadi:.n shore, opposite to the .:f Bufflo. Th:ev crossed Lake Erie in .. to ?ts, tow-ed by small tugs. Their'ar S.I w:s tlutaly urexpýcted to-the Cana d:~,s. They hoisted the Feniana colours, and determined to hold the place- against all comers Soon the excitement from one end of CaGnda to the other became tremendous. The volunteers were ordered out at all all poinis, and the " Queen's Own" marched from Toronto to expel General O'Neill's urue. They were not long in getting to Fort Porter. A fight immediately com naenced, and the Queen's Own got the worst of it, iocing their colours, besides getting some five or six killed and some twenty-five woundled, and finally being obliged to fall hack for reinforcements. The Fenians also lost several killed and about t renty-five wounded. At this tiae Lieutenant General Grant su...

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REUTER'S EXPRESS. LONDON, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

REUTER'S EXPRESS. LONDON, June 2. The Australian April mails arrived at Suez on the 31st May. The debate on the Reform Bill was re opened on the 28th May. Mr Bouverie moved that the Committee be instructed to fuse into one measure the Franchise Bill and the bill for the re-distri bution of seats, which was adopted without discussion. The London Times, of the 31st May, con. tains a criticism upon a paper read by Mr. Gavan Dufly before the Society of Arts, in which the reader combated the alleged fail ure of representative governments in the Australian colonies. The Times says: " Whatever short-comings the Australian Administration may be guilty of, no one of' any influence in this country dreams of the reverting to the old plan of government by the Colonial Office, or of depriving any self governing colony of its legislative independ. ence, except at its own request. One thing needful to the colonies is a true constitu. tional spirit, and a habit of not pushing things to extremes, an...

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(SPECIAL DESPATCH TO THE PANAMA STAR AND HERALD.) NEW YORK. JUNE 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

(SPECIAL DESPATCIH TO THE PA5&ANA STAB A\D HERALD.) NEW YORK. 7UNE 11. The party that crossed from Buffalo to Fort Erie, advanced a short distance into Canada, and were met by twice their number of Canadian volunteers. An engagement ensued, and the Canadians were put to rout in less than twenty minutes, and driven from the field. The Fenians, not having artillery, returned to Fort Erie to await re infor,ýements, but the United States autho rities prevented further crossing of rein. forcements and munitions of war. . The leading generals and the President of ihe Brotherhood were arrested, but still large numbers"of the Fenians gathered on the bordere at half-a-dozen different points, de termined to fight. A large force gathered at St. Alban's, Vermont, and advanced into Canada at that point. They had one or two fights, but, as at Fort Erie, the United Sta tes authorities interfered against reinforce ments or munitions croesing, and of course they were obliged to return. It is...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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KILMORE BOROUGH ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

* KLMORE BOROUGH ELECTION.. -4-~--- TWETY-EIT?- n? burgesses:. (some of whom have not paid-their rates) have requisitioned. our present mayor-and Councillor Taylor to allow themselves to be placed in nomination for the seats that will become yaeant oL to day., It is much to-be regretted .that of those two gentleimen, beyond.compare..tthe. least worthy has acceded to the. req esst. The mayor we believe to be- clever,. i. teUigent, and desirous of advancing the best inter ests of the Borough; and.. we consider that in losing him the Borough Council .will sustain a loss not easily repaired.;. Of Councillor .Taylor, on the contrary, we think -thathisiutellectis ofnearly aslow atype as is ever allotted to any of the members.. of the Caucassian family of 'mankind, in. fact, we are qf opiuion that-in any other. commau. nity he would be as object of special- solici tude to his frinda who., iould. use strong persuasive . arguments to induce him to abstain from seeking to occupy positions whe...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. T;he annual elections for the Road Dis tricts, Shires, and Borough Councils through out the colony. take place to-day (Thursday.) SAILOR JACK'S REEE.-- ifty ounces were obtained by this company last week, as the crushing of about forty tons of stone. This yield lhIs not given general satisfaction, as it was fully anticipated that double theamoaut of gold would be obtained The directors are of opinion that if they had a crushing machine of their cwn, it would be a great saving to the shareholders, and the result of the crushings be much more satisfactory than at present. We believe that acting on this view of the case, the company have de termined to purcha:sea crushing platt with as little delay as possible. The reservoir in the government paddock is now full, and as it is spread over a con siderable space it forms a very pretty lake. Notwithstanding its large area it is not of great depth, which is much.to be regretted, as in the event of another dry summer, suc...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

irnore JF.P I)re0 S FrrI.HED THr?SDAY mOcINIGS. £HURSDAY, AUGUST 9; 1806. Fksrstisx at the present time seems to de ,.*:nd a fair share of attention, not only in Ireland, and America, but we may say ihrougb the broad expanse of the universe. Whilst nearly on all sides it has long since ieela pronounced as having sunk: into no thingness, more. especially by the. Britisn are:-s, we still find that the "ill.doings" of, that society has not been nipped in the bud,. and! from late advices to hand we may judge they are not likely to be for some time to come. The Rakaia which arrived at Sydney a few dtys tgo brings news of rather a startling nature from America with regard to the Fenian invation of Canada, and KL.. though by the press the usual caution has t been oblerved throughout with regard to the~ suppression of the reports of tihe real state 1 of things, or-the colouring thereof, in a man ner to please the mind of. our loy;l Vic torians, we can glean that the lrnat step of the IF'eni...

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

T )3 he ELECTORi of th- NORTH-.WI TERIN PROVINOL. GarTrLn i.:y,--T.e p.erio. f-.e which I have tit honorto resresant your im; o tant Proi;.ce in th Legih*tive Council zApires i, September neat, and I t"ke the opportunity, at the arl:tat possible moment to in'ir.-*- t .~1 that I amL again, candidate for vrure.1e.c,. t I thi,,k I r?-y wi h confi,.ence refet to the emurse I hare ran'n eurir: ths pPat eight yers, in my place in P. .c ;;et,as t :e e.s guarantee [: can give fr my e,"dtnct fn the f~atur., s uid you.do me the honor o0: e;: e:; '?L a-?. Whilst conscious. of: anly shcr.-c?cnrm, ?Ah, k I rnay claim having redeened rite p!e:;e I gare when I fi6t addrcsocd you, "TLs I c.; an .e ?3o: a: to suppolt messalrs, not man, tl*a! I ,no to be te tLol of n3 factie, the blind fcl lower of r.o party." The um:h-p py i3ortlcres which -crte between tLe tw¶ b-e:tcht? of tle Legislature, .ith which you are all fani iar, sai ta the settlehent of which my howbile ffrjts .- nore dese contritated, w;...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "FREE PRESS.") [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

01IGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To THE EDITOI OF TUE "FREE PRESS.") --o Sir,-From a paragraph which I have seen in your journal and from public rumour I learn that the Board of management of the Xilmore Hospital, in their great wisdon (?) have decided to dispense with the settices of the Resident Surgeon and the present wards man, and are about to engage a married couple as wardsman and matron at a salary of £80 per annum. As one of the sub. sctibers who objects to this "little game" being played out, I pry you, sir, to "give me leave to speak my mind." In the first place, I do not believe that such a decision meets with the general approbation or concurrence of the majority of the subscribers to the charity. At any rate I think it would have been thb proper course, at least, to ascertain their opinion on a subject so important to the interests of the most useful institution in the district. This however the Board did not condescend to do, but with a despotism quite startling in these day...

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, August 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 9 August 1866

BOROU Gtl COUNCIL. Mondac, August G. --o-. *. 11i Worship the Major, and 3: Dowling, Thomas, and Sug MI NTTES. es of the previoi0 meeting, haT. , rz' =w-ere confirmed C EEESPOIDEYNCE .,,?rpondence received since last , rs read by the clerk and disposed :l 1ea?rs s! urrows and Berbowitz, . cfinjurydone to their properties S-._?- cw er in Victoria street; and 7: the Council the necessity of - i doing something to remedy the ?- c~lL ed that it be referred to . li orks Committee. h`. , by Cr Thomas. SP. Iarri., asking leave of absence :~. reeks from his duties as Coun ,ie -otion of Cr Dowling, seconded T, Tor, three weeks leave of abseace -=j Cushen, stating that he had I r repairing a lamp which had den. Rcceived. CarERS OF TLE DAY. Seie'e the Public Works eomiiittee , the state of the channel at the Cd Sydney and Bourke streets, op t.e property of IIr IHartnell; ai1o ý .rt on Foot street and Lonadale ,- itee's report was read by Cr .... ~Tics recommended the raising of nel, at the cor...

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

ADVERTISEMENTS.. £:0 REWARD).. STOLEN or STRAYED from Cobaw, near Lan Soafcld, the undermentioned hores anod cattle: Black mare, draught, branded > near shualder Grey wmre, branded TS off shoulder, A near thoul. der, JO near ribs Red bullock, UOI off rump White bullock, red ears, DL cif rump and ribs Yellow bullcck, with back and head spetted, DL off rump and libs Spotted bullock, wish red head and back, DL of Lump White bullock, red head,'spdts on body Spotted strawberry bullock, PW rear rump,, of ear split 'i he above reward will be given to anyone giving such information as will lead to the recovery of the cattle. T-F BEAVER1. PYALONG ROAD DISTRIOT. IHEREBY give notice that SMtsrs JOHN BRADLRY, JAMES CLARKE, and JAMES POWER have been nominated as Candidates for the office of member of the Pyalong District Road Board and I furth.r dec'are. the abovenamced gentlemen duly eloeted as members of the said Beard, the number of eandidats not being in 'zoess- of the numberof vsoanmies ...

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

SEYIIOUR AGRICUCTURAL SO CILTY. A special ploughing match, under the aul. pices of the above society, took place on the 1st inst., on the Wool-shed plain, Mangalore, and was one of the most brilliant affairs of the kind that ever took place in the dis. trict. The land on which the match took place could not be surpassed, being as level as need be desired and free from all kinds of obstructions; and to reach it, no matter in which direction, people could be seen ap. proaching the scene of action. The visitors numbered about 200, who hailed frola all parts of the surroundiig country. The day was all that could be desired. The width ?f ground to be ploughed' by each ploughm?an was thirty four feet-to be made into ttw equal. gathered. ridges. No fewer than twenty-two ploughmen entered the lists; and the work, taking it on the whole, %wa; decidedly above tle average. The soil cT~s beautiful, turned up well, and showlied the ploughing to great advantage. The judges on the occasion were Me...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. I _______________________________________ - -- ---- _______ The Talbot Leader says :-A- characteristic anecdote is told of the man Carter, who.se imlpositions tn the charitably disposed people of Talbot we gave a few particulars of in our last isiuec. The anc-cdote, we n iy re mark, is authenticated. Up to five or six years ago ('alt.'r's mother,. who resides in Ireland, and according to all accounts is well connected, had frequently sent the inmplstor Iums of money varying frop £10 to £830; but at length applications frt:n h r. son for assistance became so nulicrous that she wrote to inform him she was ioth unwilling and .unable to comply with his requests, and in future he must light his battles with the world. unaided y her. (Xarter knowing that his mother, was inexorable in. any determina-. tion she arrived at, hit upona cunning strata gem to reopen, the maternal purse. He ob tained the assistance of a friend, who. wrote a, most pathetic letter to. the mother, inf...

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

roTS10 IRE "FRIL PRESS.'. -0 rOS GOTCH, of OClWive tmt ' , nc have been appinted Agents f, L ct&d I RI.d Station is Sto rmee incsiee an behbaf of the the Lzt~fidd and Rmamsy distrieh, ý,~ Eaiil toi fiitnt OiIcha from all EamoWRE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHED gERY THURSDAY MORNING S,= STREET, KILLOBU. fcr adtert'airg in the r ln hNu ", R ELLýG9 AND QIXPKNCI PUs -INCH. 6fd ten perat wiu b mad. for - a' erred for cue Month; tweaty pe .w, z i ; and thirtr-thre 4at oea __ýt ý3f~ Pd which time a 'F'j1 mmgs `" x .ale. ticsntovthnean 1Ki70sdifes t a E per -arte in twa, ad 7a d if peete SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR, br 1ýEt~J, ihore, for four yer, bludnt t 3 " t1 oao ty Hospital of Kent, 'osTED 10 SYMTDC ShBZIT, jflT OCI TO ROYAL OAK NOUL JAMES FLEUILY 1CHITECT AND GENERAL A9ENTf ;IDEYL STREET, KILKORE. P ri London and Laccuobir Fir and Life Iirsnoe C3mpsay. ALFRED SUCDU1, Sjnruy ad Victcria strada, KILMORE. W. L SAWELL, AUCCIIONIEB, Pcwlstt eiQt, Kilmer. PRIVATE ACADEM1Y 45 CHaBLS STREET, F...

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

*ADV ERTISEM3ENTS. ' 1 THEHALF YEARLY OELARIhG ii S A ' L E, or . p WINTER GOOD'S, AT TE 77 Widl be. effrected durirg the month of August, GREAT REDUCTIONS Is of WINOEYS, FL ANNELS, BLANKETS, SHAWLS A BOsIERY, BOOTS anD SHOES. o0 1. M'KENZIE, ti 75op Kilmore. SPRINGFIELD ROAD DISTRICT. ELECTION NOTICE.. WITBEREAS in aoirdance with the provisions Y of the Local G?varnment Act, 27 Vie., No. 176, the undermen ia.td gintlemen, rig; ALLEN. ANDREW FORD, MARl IN A B URST, JOHN a, Have been dut;y nomir etod fLre e t'on es iaembers of ot the Board of the abovenamed R.ead District. at 1 hereby, in cecrdance with the authority vested T in ue by the provi, ica of the above recited act, declare thae a poll will be taken for the election of two of the abovenomed eaniidates, at the Office of the Board, Springfield, on :Thursday, the 9th day of August, inst. o:mm.ncing at 8 o'clock, a.m. and - closing at 4 o'cleok, p.m. on tte same day. WILLIAM BAGNALL, 1 Returning Officer. Springfield Road Board o...

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