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

LOCAL ELECTIONS. TuE interest which in previous years has been taken in local elections generally seems, as far as the hilmore district is concerned, to have altogether subsided, neither the as pirants for seats in the Borough Council or: at either of .th. Road Boards having taken the opportunity of addressing the electors to explain what they would or would nct do- neither have they made any demonstration to impresa upon us their knowiedge of the at high honors they are seeking, or; to en at lighten us iti any way with regard to our ac deliberations on the coming events, but each tc individual, relying on his own Ijersonal merits seems counfident of securing the laurels. In ci .the Boru.ngh five candidates contest the el- fr ect ion or tihrece slets to b)e tilled up, amd tr our Iocal Sa.irev Ganmp, who seems fat ap jproac:hing dotage, a few days ago dropped a g] hint that.it would be well for the electors to i select three and to avoid splitting, fearing of w course that Mr. Iticke...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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DREAMS AND OMENS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 16 August 1866

DREAMS AND OMENS.'. The night before William Rufus was killed (see "Barker's Chronicle"), a certain monk dreamed that he saw the King gnaw with his teeth an image of our Saviour on the Cross; whereupon he was struck to the ground, and as he lay there a flame of fire with abundance of smoke issued from his mouth.: This being related to Wil-. liam by Robert Fitz Hammond, he made a jest of it, saying "This monk would fain have something for his dream ; go give him a hundred shillings, but caution him that he dream more auspiciously in future." The same night, the king himself dreamed that veins of his arms were broken, and the blood issued out in great abundance. Some of his friends, as did those of Julius Caesar, used every effort to dissuade him from hunt ing the next day;. and being something moved by their advice anid the apparent pre. sages, he remained within all the forenoon. But about dinner time a noted artificer came, and .brought him six cross-bow arrows, very strong and sha...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LONGWOOD POLICE COURT. Thursday, August 10. (Before H. F. H. Budd, and J. J. Gale, Esq's., J.P's) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 16 August 1866

LONGWOOD POLICE COURT. 2kaursf'ay, Agut 10. (rrox A CORBERPOoDB!T.) (Before e. F. 1. Budd, and J. J. Gale, Eq's., J.P's) William Douglas, of Earoa, chsrzed with stealing a heifer the property of Mir M'Leans. John Davidsa.n, on oath, asitl: On or. about the thiid day of August I came irto Eiir, board that D-'g'as had lel ar.kern upo fr et.tl. stca'ing, and was to!d thbt I ought to go to .Longwood? to see about.it; Ilhen ceare down to Logwood and saw the head and hide .f a beast; I ctma with John TembtU ; went to the poni o s:ation rnd was shown the bide head ?.ni re;t, nvw prolnced, cf a beast braided aMO oni ;ht nnar rib? ; it is now defaced by a brand, BW. being put cnre i', and a BlW has been put on the near rump; ore of the ears was partly citt off; there were previouely throee flts in the off ear -there are only two now partly risibleh; I rroognise the head hideand feet as the carne I saw at the Police Camp; I identify them as' the property of Michael M'Clean; he left his cattle...

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SEYMOUR ROAD BOARD. Tuesday August 7. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 16 August 1866

SEYMOUR ROAD BOARD. -o Tuesday August 7. Present :--Messrs. Perron (Chairman), Muirhead, Rdbertson, Doherty, and' Por ter. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, on the motion of Mr. Robertson, seconded by Mr. Muirhead. The correspondence sent since last meet ing was read by the clerk, also the corres pondence received as follows: 1 From the Roads and Bridges office, st:ting that the Government had taken no further steps towards the purchase of the bridge at Seymour. Received. 2 Fr'n the same, for the vouchers of the expenditure on Sunday Creek bridge. The clerk was instructed to forward the state ment furnished by the late Engineer, also to state the circumstances connected with the case. 3. From the Royal Commission on the Wine, - Beer and Spirits Statute, with queries as to the working of the Act. The Chairman and Clerk were appointed to answer the queries. 4. From Shire office, Heatheote, relative to railway extension to Beechworth, and other 'statistics. S...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, August 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 16 August 1866

KILMORE BOROUG-H COUNCIL.. . Monday, August 13.. -0 Present :-Crs Hudson, Fynn, Dowling, Sugden, Hickey, Thomas, and Dobinson. -Inthe absence of the Mayor, Cr Hudson was.oted.to preside. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meeting, hav ing been read, were confirmed. COiRESPONDE]SCE The . correspondence received since last mneetiung was read by the clerk and disposed as follows : I. From R . Morgan, drawila~t ? to the state of the drain . efarttention Red Lion Hotel.' ae in front of th Cr Fnn moved that it be referred to th Surveyor for . his report by n th ang ne ,ee:t Seconded by Cr Dobitson., Carried. 2. From James Cushen, requesting , the Council would pass his account -fr p{ ment. pa. Cr Dowling moved that the request granted.: Seconded b i Cr HiLker. Carried. 3. From J. K. Trainor, giving the Coun l notice that he n ould hold it responsible any damage done to the Iliberni: IIotel b the deep drain about being made in frot it-which was likely to injure the fou;. tion. A. long di...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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ELECTIONS. KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 16 August 1866

EILECTIONS: KILMORE 3BOROUGH COUNCIL: On Thursday last an election to fill three vacancies occasioned by the retirement, by effiuxion. of time, .of Councillors Thomas, Taylor, and Arcus (mayor), wws held at the Council Chambers. The two fo~rmer:gentle men again offered their services to thebur. gesses, whilst the Mayor, despite. the solici tude of many influential-friends and admirars; declined to againseek civic-honors, preferring to lead a life of retirement at the present time. This circumstance is to be regretted, as )Ir. Arcus was one of the most intelligent and efficient gentlemen at the Council Board; and during his term of office, as thr-as we could see, never allowed himself to be led by party prejudice, but always pursued what may be termed a course most advantageous to. the burgesses generally. Five candidates offered themselves to the choice of the burgesses, viz :-Messrs. John Taylor, James Thomas, Thomas- F. Roberts, Samuel Downs,:and Patrick Hickey. Never before do we...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 16 August 1866

WILLOWMAVINf ROAD BOARD. At this Board the candidates placed in romination were Measrs. Mt Liahy, J K Traincr and J hcmaP, and the po!l atocd as follows : M Le?.y ............ 51 J K,Trainor............ 45- . J Thomas ........ 34 .

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL REUTER'S EXPRESS. LONDON, 26th June. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 16 August 1866

A R R I V A L OF THE ENGLISH MAIL (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPB) (FROM THE HERALD.) -o-- REUTER'S EXPRESS. LoNDoS, 26th June. The Australian April mails via Marseilles were delivered on the 11th, and via South ?rpton on the 16th. The Queen went to Scotland on the 13th, sad returned to-day. The Princess Mary of Cambridge was =rried to Prince Teck at Kew on the 12th Jane, in the presence of Her Majesty, the E~ral Family, and a d'stinguished corm jar. The Prince Sigismond of Prussia, the f.urth child of the Princess Royal, has died : Pot?lam. The report of the Jamaica Commission :~- ten delivered. It praises Governor re .:; r the skill, promptitute and rigour ý,;.! .vei by him in the early stages of the '1 rrretion; but considers that the punish l: c iiicted were excessive, that martial r:." too long continued, that the flog Larf were reckless, and that the burning of h Eere, &c., was wanton and cruel. The --ee, both oral and documentary, is -=:ere-d as wholly insufficient to warrant ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 16 August 1866

ADVERTISEMENTS. RULES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF THE MORANDING AbND GLENAROUA FAR- MERS' COMMON'. ALiL rereons entitled to depa.ture cattle on this Common in terms of the Amending Land Act, 1865, shall be bound and conform to the rules following : 1. The adj'stmnent fee for all horses and cattle Hill be two shillings per head yearly ; goats, . eight pence per head yearly. Teams of horses or bullocks, of any number, after the first twenty-four hours, sixr pence per head daily for the former, and three pence per head for the latter. 2. The fees for all cattle or horses depasturing on the Common must be paid in advance. commencing from the let day of August in each year. Any cat tle registered will be charged from the commence ment of the year then current. 3. All:eattle to be admitted cn the Common must be delivered, twice in each year, at such place and within such hours as the managers shall notify, for the purpose of being branded. The cattle of aay person, not strictly adhering to this...

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IRELAND. DARING ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE WARNER THE FENIAN INFORMER. Dublin May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 16 August 1866

IRELAND. DARING ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE WARNER.THE .FENIAN INFORMER. -0o (9ROM3 TIIETIMEB) Dublin May 22. One of the most daring, deliberale, and cooly executed attempts at assassination ever made in this country took place on Sunday night at Howth. Warner, the - approver, who gave evidence against the Fenian prisoners during the trials at the late.special commission, had been . living at Clontarf, under .the protection of the constabulary. Although aware, that hoe.-is - the object of intense hatred, he imprudently exposed him self while there, having gone into a public house and exhibited,. a pistol,: which .was taken from him, and. he. was at .the same time terribly beaten.. He was, consequently, removed to Howth, where, with his.wife and six children, he lodged in a house next door. to the constabulary station, and.. was under. the protection of a sub-constable named Tormy. On Sunday evenidg, about eight o'clock, . Warner, and. his, protector.. were standing against the wall of th...

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SPRINGFIELD ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 16 August 1866

SPRINGFIELD P.OAD BOARD. Mees.rr. Ford, Al~n and lIurat were tlh candidates in the frlh for this Board, each of whom polled ret pectirely 63, 54, and 43. The two former gen tlemen were declared duly elected.

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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 — 16 August 1866

ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF iMAILS AT THE KILMIORE POST-OFFICE. Offices ( Arrival Dep:arture. Melbourne Daily at 7"30 Campbellfield Daily at 4p.m., '& p.m. (Sundays Somerton at 9 p.m. (Sunays) excepted). Let Donnybrook excepted) ters sent to 8"on Wallan Wallan payment of late fee-63 Beechworth Tarrawirgle Chiltern Indigo Wahgonyah Rutherglen Belvoir arnaw artha Albury Wangaratta SWinton Daily at3"45 p.m :Benalls Mondays excepted Sundayexcepted Violet Town Euroa Longwood venel Seymour Tallarook Broadford King Parrot Jamieson Hleathcote Pyalong Tues., Thurs., and ?lon., Wed., and Reedy Creek Sat., at 1 p.m. Fri., at noon. Yea Wood's Point Tues., Thurs., and Mon., Wed., and Matlock J Sat., at 2 a.m. Fri., at 3'45 p.m. Tues., Thurs, and Tues, Thurs., & Lancefield . Sat., at 3.30 p.m. Sat., at 4 15 p.m The receiving boxes are clearoe daily (tundaoy excepted) at 7"30 p.m., and kr lBarfoot's box a-ou p.m. Money orders are issued daily (Sundays excepted) rom 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 16 August 1866

.b L F. !I 2-N P 0 T 0 G R A P H I O ART UNION " F w M . h- r-~-:? f r r' 0- N w Ychirnif. [ F' ` - f :f' Wt .n TuesdS y evcninr .Av2--t :I t. P-il~e a": rn si : -ei ens sh:Fi orrs takenr fif· Owp E z'l fS''if' 1! Ctnrcj'-.e t the oi C.tn'r+i flr'TIL.i, iF-c B n d Y c:rCrii. i t E x Z I l 3 . $ -= Re !'l, intici L1EDaving reeived t) hand hi or` VEW QPRING DP.FS;ZES N1?W SPRiNG KIrRT1NGS YEW QPRT\(; RO~NE;& 'nEW N'RITNG IIT-t NE~ SFP' G MAINTLE CLOTHS NE . RTIN(IG ` &*.-. R co A'! C'9"CWE -w r; :FIT -I flO )DS-tb be tol(i atr:tiy TMODERAIE PRI'E4. - J. M KE`ZIE, h1-cND.' rT, ,--+ Ii~i t nýre.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 16 August 1866

MISCELLANEOUS. ParPAnATIos or BAnn ron TAeNING. The Armidale Telegraph of 28th ultimo says :-The other day Alderman Tysoe showed us a sample of cut bark, for tanning purposes, wnich he had prepared by the use of his chaff-cutting machine. All who hrave any knowledge of the use of this ma terial for the purpose named are aware that the method of preparing the bark is either by grinding or chopping it. In most es tablishments the latter method is adopted, and such was the case at the Mr Tysoe's tannery till now. The sample shown to us was in half inch, or lesser pieces, and.. lMr. Tv-oe informs us it will be worth, in this form, twice the quantity of that chopped. As a matter of course, it will prove a great saving to him, and perhaps the hint might be worth csmething to other tanners. PuBLIC RE_1DING AND Sr'E?rINo.-All public speaking and reading must be a little heightened above ordinary nature, the pauses being longer and more frequent, the tunes stronger, the action more forciole,...

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KILMORE GENERAL SETSIONS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 10. (Before His [?] Judge Skinner, A. M. M'Crae, [?] P.M., and D. N. Nicolson. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 16 August 1866

KILMORE GEN2iTUL 8ETls.!ONS. -4------- FnrDiv, Ar(orsT 10. (Before Tfis ITu:,r .Ju!le S',i:sner, A. 31. M'Crxe, x.3q., P.M., ai d.D.. N.. Nicolson, few minutes past ? -:ia prosecuted on behalf of TfrTERING. :. Ta g Innes, charged with issuing i-!eos cheques, w-s, sentence.l to six Seii-ths' imprisonment. STEALING FBOM DWELLTSIG Thomas Smith pleaded guilty to several u1arges of steciinu from dwellings, and was sentenced. to eighteen months' imprison meat. wo'DInrG. it!-Erd Bcek, charged with unlawfully admaliciously wounding James Ward on the 5thi day of Julv. James Ward, on oath, deposed he was a Lhborer residing at Kilnore, and knew pri. soner. I'enrember being at the Bull and Mouth hotel on the 5:r July. A dispute arose between prisoner and him, about money, and a fight ensued, in which h!e was1 knocked down and rendered insensible. Ife was after.zrds stabbed Ly prisoner in tla left breasL He nearly bled to death. He remembered no one being present besides Bacnek and a man named K...

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BYLANDS AND GLENBURNIE ROAD BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 16 August 1866

BYLANDS AND GLENBURMIE H O iD BOARD -00 Tbe axvnl elecirn for the Rbrveqarn d B `Rrd to-k pI.'e.ol Ihuradap Itett M the Vrcid II(!t-l4-Mj: P. Hi key, returnieg ;Ofl er. Tne rrn vidater tok fi~l the two vacarat Beata wer.a " Meuari Nunan. Canphell and Powling A'er n ke-n cnntRt the rwo fiat-naared gentkmitn were elretzo: the pol ba~nt as foliowa M Niuu ......... 76 NtCarnr~bell,........ 72 W Dowli ig......... 63

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 16 August 1866

SPORTING INTELLIGES(E" [The gentleman who does the reportin this journal was instructed to furnish a? -i tory of the proceedings on the day to thi election for members of the Borough! Couf" cil. In hii zeal and enthusiasm he fratr< nised with a number of people who induc' him to take " the oath" so often that he ,- i came slightly oblivious as to tthe state (oa' fairs, and appears to have labored under t' impression that he was at the r:a!ce.,; seeing him. in the eveniug he aide an e.' to assure us in one word, t " oryhadglasalialdayv!"] The folklo,,u, ' the report with which we have beenfur nished:- h The Kilmore Annual Town Plate. JUDGE. L. Arcus, Esq. STEWAIDS. Messrs. Dixon, Hunt, Murray and Co'" CLERK OF TtHE COURSE. J. Flynn, Esq. STARTER. Council Clock, Esq. . . The Kilmore Annual Town Plate, orje all horses in the Borough; gentlemen re for catch weights; four to start or no race: feit to be declared the. day before the ra' one event : entrance 5 so s. MIr Smith's ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 16 August 1866

AGITS FOR TEE "EPEE PRESS.' -o- qf5SG 03DON& GOTCH, of Oalliae etra , ,, Meclboarne, bave bu appuimted Agt $ NON, eSeled Road Statis it p" 1 pted to ceiveo mi on behalf of O t . 01n in the anmeld ?sd Roomy disttrictS ma i -pt will be a sdlent diuchges m all gBKILORI FREE PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING Al SDNE?y STRUT, eILtOU. a WM for advertiuog Ia the ? kse er l e are au nader: rWO SHILLING6 AND lIxPINCE REU INCH. Srtndution of ten per emt wi be mde for , sedents orde ed for one "acth; twenty per t for two months; sad thirty-thre p)ee for e, wctbs?--bejod which times a peoel arrap .t V~i be made. t e ters of subscription to the ilima re1re , b e 6d per quta in tows, and o s ifplst e theoentry. SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR, a; Kely's Hotel, Kilmore, for four ears B?idsat Sorgecn to the County Hospital of Eat, EM1OVTED TO SYDNEY STREET, OIT o00E TO ROTAL OAK IOTUL JAMES FLEURY ARCHITECT AND GENERAL AGENT, SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. !Ant fcr the London and aneuhire Fire i...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 16 August 1866

Trrii-rrn T nTSDAY MOSNING3. !nftU SDAY, AUGUST 16, 1S06. ThE rrivai-of the Fllra, with the English June rmails, will ever be noted as "red-letter" !½y in the his ory of this c,;lonr. A new Governor nmaes his advent u:on ou.r shore with all the honor and high c.ate celebrity of a new and untried man. He comes to take ihe p?ee of one who has gone hon!e under the stigma of fail.re in conducting the Iusi ness of the eolony, and v.ho had had the misfortune to obtain the odiu:n and oppo sition of are bodf te body of the coonsts, which b idy, iathough not the Lirgest, proved to be in the riLt, and th rcef:c the iumot . power fuL Sir John :imnners-Sutton brings with him a most exzelacnt cYrieter as a good -and ise Gsovernor, thterefore great things may be hoped.from his administrtion of colonial -:.airs. _.But independant of the arrival of a new? governor, the news brought by the Ellora is of the most-startling cheracter.. For, although previous mails have brought es.intelligenee of the di...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 16 August 1866

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ELCTIiu OF .hlAUMTOiS.--OU Friday lust, at thet CuLlutil ti:tii-ci , at :i publlic l1eettulw uf thet burge sty Mr P. P. U'resuau, w'aN, oil t1e IL'Oti0fl t'f Nr Leaih,, UtllauinuoLti tIete(tl omi. auditor for tih Borough of kiiwuzc . A 1'L:I.- -W1~y r.houid ti.. Kilnioure Muuil never be ulaort u~'t wiudt . I~r~uut. th~e', always have -GALES with, them ! Don't tell him, or he'll Biow us up! The crops in the neighbothood of Kilumore are lqoling remarkably well. The frosts about a f?rtnigihtago slightly affected the tops of the wheat but it is now quit; recovered, the late rains having a most benelicial eliect The ftriners gener:ally, however,, do not wish tfor anyv more at present, as .they con sider that their crops would not be improved thereby, and are consequetly- anxious for a little 'unny weather. The hay crops are generally well over ground and, with a little sun, will adva:.ee irapidly to maturity. A fair average crop is auticipatcd by those who have hay. T...

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