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

LANCEFIELD ROAD BOARD. The members returned for the Board were Messrs B??eley and Keenan,. .

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 — 16 August 1866

ADVERTISEMIENTS. 'jIEE KILGiC'RR TIOUYDS w~:l m--et:t the Wi! . lo.mnvin ttel-,c'e at 12 33 end throw off at M-s Rys:.'J Sug'r Lo~ b Htel at 1 p.m. sharp on Saturday r.rxt, 18.h August. WEY.H WOOD, Eon. Sac. KILMTORE UNITED CRICKET CLUB. A DI E T T IN G "cf the above Club will be " held at Morra.'s Rovel Oak h,)telon Fridasy the 17 h inst. at 8 o'clock, p mn. for the purpose of corsidering the best means of improving the Cricket Ground 3 AUNT, lion. See. £20 REWARD. i ~THEREAS Scme person or pe eons maliciously ' POISONED TWO PIGS on my premsse;, with ara,nie, the above reward will be given to any ene who will give such information as will lead to the conviction of the offender. F. L. BINDLEY. Kilmore, August 15th, 1836 NOTICE. I HBEREBY convene a meeting of the inhabi tants of High Camp Plain to be held at Mr Lanetree's store, Lancefield Road, at 4 o'clock p.m. on Monday, the 2Jth 'inst. for the purpose of ap. pointing a committoe in furtherance of the building a schcol at the abov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 August 1866

ADVEIRTISEMENTS. 1 IEREBY give nocioe that I am applying to the Iftc.tJ?at of the Iijard of Land and Works, una der t, o 42..d ScUtion of the Amending Land Act, ;865 for a iiceJse t, rabide on or culhivrte 80 acres ot .lad (in four 20 aure block*) ai p r isa aecompsuilgg the a id application, aud heruuader dtscrhbed, that is to say County of Anglesey, phr.hof tAreuea, bb.ig part of allaJments i sad B. and bouncitg lot 5 of the Goeerume:ic Survey. To be surveyed by Mr Dorer:y contract. sur. ve3 r. :JOHN MUL. AITY Dated 6th Augut, 1866. * 7 5 NOTIOIB. I the undearigned, HEREBY give notice that I am applying to the Board of Land and Works far a license to reside on or cultivate 80 acres of land, (in Pour contiguous lots), under to 42nd Section of the Amending Lend Act, 1865, as per plan ecca mpanying the said application, t·e said hnd being situate in the parish of Wahring County o Dolaoosie portion of block No 25. • 5r PATRICK MULCAIIY. Dated 3:d Au!us,, 1886. I DONALD MACKAY of Lance...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 August 1866

ADVERTISEMENTS.. A GRAND BALL, in r.il of the Fu-,ds of the A Morand ng West Common "chool, will take plue in the end of Aurunt, in the Common School hoase. Dae's to b3 named in a future issue. Double Ti'kels...... 7 6 Single Do. ......... 5 0 SOMERSET IOUSE. -o POTATOES! P'OrATO 1!! POTATOES!!! SN SALE, at Hcrlnell's Store, P, ime Potatoes for seed and table urn . Corner of Sydney and B urha 9'reet. KILIMORE TURF CLUB - --o-0 T HE Stewards of the Kilntsse Turf Club will rem ceivo tenders from pers"ns to grub a'1 the snsub inside of the cours se; b i a!s to grub and carsn away all the standing timber in the same. Tenders for each portion to be separate, and add. ealed to R. G. Bloxsidge, asq, manager of the Course, before Faiday, the 24th August irrt. (By order) J C HAYES, IIn Sae Kilmore, 16th August, 186.6 SEYMOUR DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. ELECTION NOTICE. I HEREBY certify that Mr. Anthony Doherty, being the only candidate nor.inatey to fill the extraordiaery vacancy for the teynmour S...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 August 1866

M?ISCELLINEOUS. A piece of sh'lrp practise, transacted by one of the Sale constabulary, was brought under our notice, says the " Gipps Land Chronicle," on Tuesday, which could only be equalled by putting a purse in a man's pocket, and then giving him in charge for robbery. A gentleman two or three days ago happened to be standing in the street, holding his horse by the bridle, wvhen a po. liceman passing by remarked on the good quality of the nag, and wished to strike a bargain. For this purpose he requested the owner to bring the horse up next day, that he might have a good look at him; and his request was accordingly complied with. The good points of the animal were freely dis cussed, and as a trial, the intending pur. chlser mounted the steed; and had a plea sant ride round the town. On returning he expressed himself quito satisfied with the horse, but.came to no definite arrangement as to the purchase. The owner then bade him good day, and observing that he was a " first-ratd on...

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AN AMERICAN EMIGRANT SHIP FIRED INTO BY A BRITISH MAN-OF-WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 August 1866

As AMERICAN EMIuGronar Snr FPIrD NTO BY A BarTISna M N.-oF-WA~.--By the arrival of the City of London at Liverpool we learn that much excitement had been caused in New York in consequence of the announcement that the American ship Syren, Captain Morse, had been fired into by the steam-ram Achilles when off l3autrv Bay. The Syren, after being brought to, was boarded by a boat's crew from the Achilles, and the officer in command, after ascertain ing that the Syren was bound from Liver pool to New York, insisted upon Captain Morse telling him why he and his ship were off the coast of Ireland. One of the most fearful accidents we hare had to record for some time past occurred in i Framlingham Forest on Monday last. Two lads, named James Whittet and Alexander Scott, aged respectively thirteen and fifteen, went out in the Forest Kangaroo shooting. Scott had a double barreled gun, and having -fired off one barrel he got on a log to reload. The log was slippery from the rain, and whilst in ...

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 August 1866

KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, August 20: --.--r .? 1'resent:-lHis Worship the 3favor Crs Hudson, Fynn, Dowling, Sugden, D inson, Taylor, 1Hickey, and Thomas " Tne minutes of the previous meeting read and confirmed. Correspondence as follows was read considered: 1. From the trustees of the Kilmore r course,- applying for £50 out of the Gr;t ment Grant for Public Parks forthe of improving the race course. 2. From the secretary of the Kil, Turf Club for the same object. Cr Dowling moved that the £50 granted. Seconded by Cr Hickey. Cr:Dobinson moved, as an amendng: that no such sum be given. Cr Hudson moved, as an amendment, . £30 be given subject to certain condir.. viz., the erecting of three turn-stiles, ont the north, one at the south, and another1 the west, on the race course, so as to a the people of Kilmore an opportunity using it as a public park and place of r ation; and that the sum be not raid until these conditions are fiulfilled. " The Mayor said that, though £30 b at a....

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WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD. Tuesday August 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 August 1866

WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD. ---00 Tuesday August 21. Present:-The-Chairman (J. K. Trainor, Esq.,) and Messrs Mooney and Leahy,-the newly olected member-who made the usual declaration. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The Chairman stated in accordance with instructions from the Board, he and IMr 3M'Manus waited upon the Chief Secretary of Victoria, relative to the Government endorsement and that gentleman informed them, after he had heard the statement of the deputation, that he would consult the Treasurer on the matter, who would transact the business required through the member for the borough. Correspondence as follows was read, and considered :- 1. From the Roads and Bridges Of5ce, relative to statistical information as to the number of ratepayers in the district. The Clerk was instructed.to supply the necessary information. A sub-committee's report on the circular of the Royal Commission-relative to the Wime and Spirit statue was read. The report was rece...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Thursday, August 16. (Before A M M'Crae Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 August 1866

KILMIORE POLICE COURT. Thursday, August 16. (Before A 3M M'Crae Esq., P.M.) r?ward Dwyer, charged with drunken nes, was discharged, being first offence.

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Friday, August 17. (Before A M M'Crae, Esq., P.M., and J. Taylor Esq. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 August 1866

Friday, August 17. (Before A 31 3TCrae, Esq., P.M1., and J Taylor Esq. J.P.) James Fothergill, charged by J H 31MMa hon with illegal detention of property under the value of £50, was ordered to restore property and pay £1 6s costs, in default, 24 hours imprisonment. A case against Alexander Wiseman, Henry Grant, and G Wiseman, at the instance of A Ross, for having portion of stolen cattle in their possession, was withdrawn.

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Tuesday, August 21. (Before J.K. Trainor & D N Nicolson, Esq's J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 August 1866

Tuesday, August 21. -0 (Before J. K. Trainor & D N Nicolson, Esq's J.P.'s) 31 Curtin v Kate Hogan, for larceny. VIithdrawn. E Keogh J O'Hara. for £1 10s 6d, work and labor done. Verdict for amount, and £1 8s costs. T F Roberts v J Keagle, for £7 11s, goods sold. Verdict for amount, and £1 (s costs. J Bergin v P Ryan, for £6 7s, wages. Verdict for amount, and £1 12s costs. T de C Meade v William Cummins, for using insulting words in a public place. Defendant was fined 40s, ia default, seven days imprisonment. John M3Xamara, on a charge of drunken ness, was discharged, being first offence. Same, for using obscene language in a public place, was fined 40s or seven days im prisonment. ?t ? I ''I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 August 1866

C 'UB EIJC3d are rergep:fiiy rrqieeted t. ".; ,::. at tle crae any ie~teace of .ant o' riaxa itv ain the 6elivere of the Fuz P311s in Cird-r that the frn:t tay be remedied. ~Sti Sprg ~aW j K'X E N Z I E $e pceIfjI intir ate h&7:rg re iitd t1 beid his OF NEW SFE'NG tK RITlN( S NEWE SP'ýJ":G !ttOý.EiS NEW SPRtNG flAThi N EW SPSING 4idu iLE CLOTIS NEW fP1ING : iLKs" &3 AlU CHOICE awi STYLI$II GOODS-to be ,s1d atmsv 7.IODERATE F:I' Eý. J. ti KE SZIP. I.O.fDON M-IA-T, . - s. - ý1!IImtrr.

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MELBOURNE CRIMINAL SESSIONS CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD.—"HAVE YOU SEEN A LITTLE DOG? [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 August 1866

MELBOE"RNIB. CRIMINAL. SESSIONS i t'Fual Tit: lIttaLD.) 1 ,v CONSPIRACY TO D1EFR.IUD.-"-HAYE YOU SE AN A L1TTLE DOG? t 'Richard Clarke and William Leverv were g indicted for couapiring to defraud n Williatt Murdoch. Mr. Molesworth c appeared Rr CJarke; and Mr. Aspinall for Levev. The fa.llwig witnesses were ,alled :- g Wiil'n Mura wh, gardenerat Boroondara delo.e1d: I was standing at the Waiworks t on the 6th June, c hen prisoner Clarke came up and said, " What queer things they do get up here." I said " They do." He then d sail,'" 1' here's the museum," and I told him at the Universitv. He asked if I lived in f Melbourne, stating he had come from Dun oilk, and I asked lhim some questions about Dumour. We walked up. Bourke-street to, the Australia Felix hotel, where he asked a ae to have a drink. We went into the room, and Lever followed us from a side door as if he had been a lodger. He said, t "I beg your pardon, gentlemen, have you seen a little dog?"' (Laughter.) In reply to Cla...

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CONSECRATION OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP OF ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 August 1866

CONSECRATION OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC BISaOP OF ADE LAIDE. LraoM TrE unniLD.] One of the grandest and most solemn, of the spectacles of the Roman Catholic Church is the consecration of a bishop; and from the fatct, that very few creitfons take place in the southern hemispthere the interest attaching to the ceremonr is extensive. The vacancy in the present iustance has occurred by the decease of the ]Righ?t lev l)r Geoghegau, who expired somuw mnonths since in Dublin, whilst on a visit to his native land All who knew the deceased prelate in. Melbourne deeply deplored his death, as a scholar, a profound thinker, and a most Christian gentleman wras thereby lost to the church and the community. His immediate sue cesor is I)r 6hiel, heretofore. acting as Archdeaeon of Tallarat, but also well likn,wn for ::anv years in Melbour'ne auml other dis. t.c its (o Vitoru.ia as one of the most suecc~s i!d pioneers of Christanrity and education. 1Ii: zeal in e. ch instance has been mneceasing, and at ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 August 1866

LOCAL ITNTELLIGENCE. A.mATEUR D1Ra.1ATICSOCIETY.-Ata -tmee ing of the Kilmhre Amateur Dramatic So ciety held on Monday evening.at the Royal Theatre it was decided that two night's per oirmanccs should' be . given in, about, three weeks hence.. The pieces chosea are "The Limerick Boy," " Barney the Baron" and : A. lRegiular.'ix.". lieh:irsias will take place two or three nights; a week, and the dates will be fixed in a day or two. ST??.leTI'PnOvtniEMEaNTS.-Thuigh Kilmoro itis stated by many shows no marked sign of. advancement and has been at a stand-still for years we nevertheless at times can notice sonme.signs of improvement.. The.large store of Mr lEvans' in Sydney street- we drew- at tention to a few days ago, and since then the erection.of a new store in Powlett-street by Mr. John J. Re{illy, adjoining his old place of business, is deserting of some notice. It is a subslanially built stone and brick store,, with a. handsomoe front, and `such a one as is admirablynadapted for th...

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PROCLAMATION OF GENERAL SWEENEY TO THE PEOPLE OF CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 August 1866

PRO CL.MATION OF GENERAL SWEENEY TO THE PEOPLE OF CANADA. General Sweeney has issued the following proclamation: TO THE PEOPLE OF "BRITISII AMERICA. We come among you as foes to the British in Ireland. Eriled from that native land of ours by the oppression of British aristocracy and legislation, our people hunted down to the emigrant ships, or worse, to the charnel. of government institutions, the poorhouse; our countrymen torn from Their families and friends and hurried in droves into the prison pens of England and Ireland; our country subjected to a foreign tyranny, which dis franchises the mass of the Irish people and makes poverty and misery the sad rule of their condition, covering our fair land with paupers' graves and wretched hovels, eliciting from the liberal minds of Engiand herself expressions of shame for the government and indignation fir the people. We have taken up the sword to strike down the oppressors' rod, to deliver Ireland from the tyrant, the despoiler, the rob...

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FENIAN MILITARY TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 August 1866

FENIAN MILITARY TRIALS. A court-martial upon color-sergeant Char les )WCarthy, of the 53rd Iegiment, for hav ing in the month of January last, come to the knowledge of an intended mutiny of her Majesty's troops it. Ireland, and not giving information of the said intended mutiny to his commanding officer, was opened on the 28th May, and continued for several days, at the lio al Barracks in Dublin. The charges against the accused are of a very serious nature, one allegation that lie in tended to deliver over stores and atims to the Fenians. One of the witnesses against him was a corporal named Brennan, whom he had induced to join the conspiracy. When the case for the prosecution, which occupied altogether twelve days, had closed, the pri soner stated that he did not intend to call any witnesses, and asked the president if it was admitted that he had served in India during the mutiny there, and been in nu merous engagements. Receiving an answer in the affirmative, the reading of his de...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 August 1866

COILIEBOIAl IS! IEIAAEVI. -E UILMORE W Dh}-u.-;K': .r.e I. 3' I b ql:t~ sa '3 Flow., per tnn~L~ 15-,It. 6. 63 p-r b. -4e1 Brea, is 91 3a, L~hin jyIi, ~1 sfo11 dlw! :--. 112mr 18. prrrs L 13 d, Wheatf, zv"e .fi-ri-e. (h's, CIrWDiL, ss0l to 5s 83 per bnielc B s~. 1 ) t rr-brnJke1 . !v , !a 31 3p- .Yas)Uh P4 t ,-, 16 t-,tS per tOt. Rhv, 7.Giper tcw O'haffý 73 f"°r cwt. DBnzo -Frcm te Beudiis Iarpnarfa ew lat ttie i r'n % i-'q w1folerle prices current: r ot.r Acietaide, £23 per tMa ~, Cknil, £90 Ot, o: lczip pr t sbnt OCa.! £1i 0 per bse Huy, £9 to £10 per tin

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 August 1866

LGE-L IS FOR E-E "FEk- PRiSS." --o EES-RS G(RDON & GOTCH, of Cdliie treet e*ct), Melbourne, have been appointed A.gent r th J3craal. I GANNO, Lnofield BRd Station is pcinted to receive monies on behalf of the nr" in the Lnenfield and Romney districts, F: receipt ill, be a eufcient discharge from all THE KILORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AI SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE . rpEE terse for acvertisirg in the il.,ere I're Spr are as under : WO SHILLINGS AND EIXPENCE PER INCH. 1 red?etion of ten per cent will be made for .rEveriueets crdered for one month; twenty per t for two months; and thirty-three per cent for t'e ao ths :-beond which time a epecial arrange ret wt 1 be made. The t rxi of ?tbecription to the Kilmore Free Pre.. be 6e Gd per qa.-ter in town, erd 7s 6i if posttl :e ? r try. SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR, -rr r'' Ectel, Ki:mare, fir f;ur p ars Resident Serge.n to the Cocnty Hospital of Kent, BEYOTED TO SYDNEY 81REET, mFrT roc; TO EOYAL Ol HNOTL. JAMES FLE...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1866. REGISTER! REGISTER!! REGISTER!!! [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 August 1866

Nffill8=r St"tt Wroa PFrLI~EiD ECTsoDTY M'Xofl G6. - - - - £ItURSDIAY, A?LGUST 2'-, 1SG6. REGIS2TER! REGISTER !! REGIS. TER!.! -4-~--- RGLsm n! is now the cry from one. end of Victoria to the other. "Register, register, or we perish" would be a very appropriate motto for the people to adopt, more especi ally for the ensuing week prir to the first day of September next. Instead, however of men being up and doing with regard to pro. euring their Elector Rights, they seem to display an, extraordinary amount of aputhy. when it is con.idered that interests of vital importance are at Etake-interests.no less than the disfranchisement cf them from a voice in the legislation of the country, and by the loss of which they are prevented from ddibeiating as to who are the men beat ad apted to represent them in Parliament. It is not just now that persons will feel the pressing want of being possessed of a voice in election matters, but it is when a ajcrity of the population will be called upon to...

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