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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865
KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAT 1. PresentI--His. Worship the Mayor, and Councillors Sugden, Hudson; Arcus, Butler, Dobinson, Thomas, and Murray. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, after which correspon dence as follows was read and `onsidered. 1. From Central Board of Health, for warding copy of a proposed bill to the Local Board of Health, asking them to use their influence in getting it passed the Legis lature; -also ,stating that the Board would be willing to'consider any suggestions from the Local Board with regard to amending the Bill. Councillor Arcus inoved, That the letter be sent to the7Tealth Olfficer' for his report, such report to be bronght up by Thursday next at 10 a.m., before a· committee of the Whole Council. Seconded by Cr. Sugden, and carried. 2. From Messrs. Oppenheimer and Co., forwarding invoice, of pipes, etc., supplied to the Council." Ordered to stand over, all the materials not having yet come to hand. 3. From Mr. Baugh, Comm...
SPRINGFIELD ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, MAY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865
SPRINGFIELD ROAD BOARD. 4Mos?-, -- 1. 'A meeting of the Springfield Road Board was held on Monday last, at 3M'Jannet's hotel. Present:-M-essrs Tom, Bagnal, and Douglas. In the absence of the Chairman Mr. Tom was voted to the chair. A letter was read from Mr. G. Cahill, re signing his seat at the board. Tenders were opened for the following works: Bridge and approaches near Lobb's. £ - . d. John Dwyer ........ 135 0 0 `William Scott:.:....... 150 0 0 - The tender of Mr. J. Dwyer was accepted. Works at Frazer's. M. Curtain............... 135 5 0 P. Nicolson........... 82 10 0 J.Dwyer ................. 119 0 0 The 'tender' of Mr. P.` Nicolson was ac cepted. . Works at Dunlop's. £ s. d. John Gallagher ......... 180 0 0 I. Duinphy.......... 350 0 0 J. Morrissey ......... 379 17 0 M. Curtain........... 382 10 0 The tender of Mr. J. Gallagher was withdrawn. It was moved by Mfr. Douglas, seconded by Mr. Bagnall, and carried that fresh ten ders be invited for the work. The clerk was ordered ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865
ADVERTISEMENTS. Willowmavin Road Board Office. -----o TO LET the WILLOWMAVIN TOLL GATE, from the 5th proximo, to the let day of January, 1866. QEALED TENDERS, f::r LEASING came wily L be rectiVxd t; this office up to 2 o'clock p m. on the l h . '!. "i , :. Te ,(de -rn are hrelhr informrd thet the B yrd con saders +ie Ga' r'e.ble [r;per$y, under the Local. Gocermnent Act. A!so, t'.na tl a chrck gates, hereto fre Itai:dmg are to he rer.oe'l. The uiu-l c,,.dit;ioas wilt be at ictly observed cendeis to be seccCmpanied with one nrtntlts rent as a dept.s *, nd t!-e rrat payable ,n:. thly in advance. Any turther in'or.n?atiomn that may be required may be hae from the undersigned. The highest or any render ne t necessarily aoeepted. (By orde,) P. O'BRIEN, Clerk. Kilor,, Aprir 100-, 1865. ,4 NOTICE. THE PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing between &nbsp; RICHARD FITZGERALD, of Richmond, and &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; HENRY VANHEEMS, of Kimore, trading under the &...
PYALONG ROAD BOARD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 4 May 1865
PYALONG ROAD BOARD. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3. Present :-The Chairman, and Messrs. Bourke, Doogan, and Quinlan. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Mr. Bourke proposed, and Mr. Doogan seconded, that Mr. Rafferty audit the accounts of the Willowmavin and Moranding Farmer's Common, and also of the Moranding and Glenaroua Farmer's Common. Carried. Mr. Bourke proposed, and Mr. Doogan seconded, that the Clerk be instructed to make applications to the Governor in Council to have that portion of the Heathcote road in this district, proclaimed a main road. Carried. Mr. Bourke proposed, and. the Chairman seconded, that tenders be called, for the l0th instant, for spreading metal on the Sydney road, north of the Willowmavin toll-gate. Carried. Mr. Quinlan proposed, and the Chairman seconded, that the following payments be made:- Lyons............................ £40 0 0 &nbsp; Fogarty ........................... 30 0 0 Morrissy ........................... 9 3 9 &am...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865
ADVElRTISEMENTS. TWIGG & O'CONNOR, SOLICITORS, KILMORE, AGENTS FOR R. C. GRESSON, ESQ., CERTIFYING SOLICITOR UNDER TIIE LAND ACT, CHANCERY LANE, MELBOURNE. A \,TILL, i,. hl?l on FRIDllY EVEN1NG at 16 V S IIO lO IIOTUS,K. !TIorn' Surv-, li aid of BiI. it I Rp pd?, &:. tl: cinz for j :v -n he to commelre at t~o i., the after:.o. n; for b-tuits, at eight 'el, ck Doutb!e TiChete. 2e 6.1; Single, 2e. STE: WA BR ) : N'r. Fintey M Iash, VDs. Mir. J .bu 11 rrtmeon, D ,. M,. J mtu U.,hill, Yprin-ieald Mr. Ji-ht B ,urke, l3ylands Air. Patrick Houtrk. Do. ,"r. 'htma IIhnt, Kilmore Mr J. B. Key, D.J. Mr. John frainnr, lb. Mr. Chales McD ,nal) . Surrey Air. Jamets Biady, Til'rore Diggings . r. AMchael Connela, Sorrey The Ki'more Brnd vill be in attendance. SPRINGFIELD ROAD DISTRICT. ELECTION NOTICE. A MEETING of the ELECrORS of tfe above S dattr:ct wlt le held ,? tc.,-. otlice of the Bllrd, eitu+fe at M tJ..rnet's Store, S,,rigfieli, on F.tday. th 19th day of May, 1865, f .r the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865
NOTICE. Tce Quarteis for an 9ritticn to t1e Free rress ".I I comer.ee on the :3-d Mierh, 23rd June, 23 d Leptembrr, sn4 9-3- Dect'ber. P'rwons cannot wi'hdraw their enar r , nn the roll ot teribers r ithout pai'sg ap to the end of the current qgnsrter. N.v mhecribera can be Fn-oiled at ary time by " y a. ga sub.cripti proporio:'ate to the rend in the qusrer teoumin' g tr:ttired. Adreitit.ernecte ret-iicd for cakli i.eue up tv two v.r. on h'e drc pFeeit ut to -uhhcatijo. Each an w,n'annient aho..Idi b a upon d~e Znanuseaip, the it cber of ins-ruore -eqii'e . W't.n no insvre iots are tent in r ,fen rc toN e mumctnrof ieerri'u.i. the attrerti* Met-t will be ecrt roed until eounneerrnnded, rr dies ermire, aAt .ihared see rdii ly. N .tice tq withdraw an adr.rtasetnet .a.cu'd be gicen in muiuvg.g AllU "rde- to a't r or ducorttimua adrertiecweurs rncst he made ii w·i hrg, icid ictwarded to tIe cilce betf-re eix p.rm. en the Tu? rda of eachcl: e}
Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1865. OUR HOSPITAL EXCHEQUER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865
iihmnorr Jrtre nrcots P3BTIBHED HUlRHDA~T MOlOBSI'. .THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1S05. OUR HOSPITAL EXCHEQUER. Ir is an ancien: and an necredited maxim that "Too many cooks spoil the broth," which seems, to le epe-i:aly verified in the Case of our various lo:al institutions, ma naged by committee-. Lnu; experien'e has proved that large omlu;mittees fir such jiur poses, intead of iurthering the ends in view, most generally ret.rd thelm. In large comn mitte?s. ,-,nstit:t.d ,:" tl .;.L:: in t! cout.t, to-s, : ct r. is c i:r inexpr::?e, a lshiig of in ter~e.ts, or :,.ial j:'on..v and inte'. ran.e, to "c.t as a dra.i on all pro gressive action. Brown will oppose every thing that Jones proposes, whilst Robinson refuses to vote with either, and thus, from a narrow spirit ofvindietive feeling individually engendered in the minds o¥each, tle best of public purposes and interests is allowed to dwindle away, and ultimately to die of sheer inanition. Such seems to be the case with our local Hospital, the...
THE LAW RELATING TO THE INSANE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865
THE LAW RELATLNG TO THE INSANE. " I a~ a man,- and nothing relating to hu. nanity is uninteresting to me." This is the sentiment conveyed in an old Latin maxim, and often quoted, with what force let every properly constituted mind ask itself. The treatment of the insane in this colony has long been the occasion of raising a blush of shame on the face of the presiding magis trates in our Police Court. That the poor unfortunate creatures brought before them, under the acenusation of insanity, should be treated as criminals, and sent to gaol prepa ratory to their being sent to a lunatic asylum might well be too stringent a course for such as could sympathise with and pity those stricken with so fearful a disease. No one attempts to deny that insanity is a disease and not a crime, and yet, in spite of the con viction inferred, such unfortunates, during the last twenty years in this colony, have been sent to herd with criminals, and treated as if they were such themselves. How cruel this...
NEW SOUTH WALES. ENCOUNTER WITH THUNDERBOLT AND HIS GANG. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865
NEW SOUTIH WALES. ENCOUNTER WITH TIIUXDERBOLT AND HIS GANG. (FROM THE TAM3WORTII EXA3.lER, APRIL29.) In our last issue we gave the particulars of the robbery of the Warinida mail, near 1Manilla, by this newly fledged gang of bushrangers, and now we furnish an account of their proceedings since t'cat time, supplied us by our correspondents at Barraba, Narran bri, and Wee Waa. It would seem that on the night of the day on which the 'Wariaida mail was stuck-up,Thunderbolt (aliasWard) and his companions went to a paddock on the station of the Messrs. Lloyd at LManilla, where there were a number of horses, and took two of tile best. Proceeding onwards towards Barraba, two more horses were taken, belonging to the Messrs. Sinclair, they at the same time leaving there the horse they took from the postman when they stuck-up the. Warialda niail, and one they stole from Lloyd's station. On the morning of the following day (the 20th inst.) they went to MIr. Cheesborough's station, about twelve ...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MAY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tt-uURSDAY, MAIr 4. In the Legislative Council on Thursday, Mr. Hull moved for a return of the re ceipts and -disbursements of the Police Re ward Fund. The motion was agreed to. Mr. Sladen brought up the report of the Precedents Committee, and gave notice that, on \ednesday, he would move a series of resolutions declaring that the House would insist upon adhering to the practice and usage of the Imperial Parliament with regard to the matter which, in accordance with such practice and usage, may be compressed in one bill. The Post-ofilce Law Amendment Bill was received from the Legislative Assembly, and on the motion of Mr. tHervey, was read a first time. The House adjourned until Tuesday:
TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865
Tr?EsDA, MA. 9, 1865. In the Legislative Council on Tuesday. Mr. Cole moved for a series of returns re lating to agricultural and pastoral produce. After observations from Mr. Hervey, Mr. Strachan. and Mr. Sladen, the motion was carried by thirteen to nine. Mr. Fellows moved the second reading of the Lien on Crops Bill. The motion was agreed to; and the' bill was subsequently passed through committee, with one amendment. _Mr. Fellows proposed the second reading of the County Courts Law Amendment Bill. One object of the measure, he observed, was to amend a consolidation bill which was about to become law. This might be regarded as one of the advantages of consolidation. The bill was read a second time, and com mitted. Five clauses were postponed, and the rest were agreed to, after which progress was reported. The Payment of Members Bill was brought up from the Legislative Assembly, but no hon. member took charge of it. Shortly after five o'clock, His Excellency the Governor entered t...
ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT THE KILMORE POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865
ARRIVAL A D DESPATCII OF ZAILS AT THE KILMIORE POST-OFFICE. O$,e j ita!s I Drpartus Ieblbame Did od a 5730 Ctinpbellfitld I Dily at 4 p.m., pm. (undsya 8amertm } at 9 pm. (Su~ds)i e zeepttcr). Le DiXzn3brock j txsted) trmitzcttor, Wiaan ' alJi.J psym nt of h e Tarr4ia Itdijy@ ak Baiavartl s AFury WesgareEutta ! WmI~mtca } )Daili 2n m. D-ilyat8'45p m Beoa Mondays exeptnd 3a ndayhzcepted Hba'ct Town EMSs b'7Cn k I m=a( ncWd, n TI~adock ~8a~tam r~a35~i Booadford 1 Parrot lam; 1o ~ Pjalcna I T., T.vra., and' inn .,red, &nd Be-.aCe~ekd~ Sa.'.at Opt m t. Fr. t noun.p YeT r bo 1 W ~s ~Point Taw-, TRur*., sac Vor, , Wei, en Iledock ° Sat,ºt 3 am Fn, st 345 pm m TUrs., Tors. andrues , Thurs., .; LIQ~hM "W SJ t(t 330p m Diet. rt rb 55 t~n The receivine boxes we eltared daily (1-uud $ ez eepted)at 720 pm., aid 1r BiLfot's box x.320 pm. M'mey orders are isue i daily (Snais;. excep-ed frcm 10 an.to 339 p.er.
TUESDAY, MAY 9. (Before A. M. M'Crae, Esq., P.M., and D. N. Nicolson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865
TUESDAY, MAY 9. -0 (Before A. M. M'Crae, Esq., P.M., and D. N. Nicolson, Esq., J.P.) John Barclay, on a charge of larceny was committed to take his trial at the next General Sessions. John Barclay, brought up on a charge of assault with intent to rob under arms, was committed for trial. The same prisoner was also committed for trial on a charge of larceny. Same prisoner was also committed for trial on a charge of burglary and stealing. Municipal Council v John Trainor, for £10 15s. Dismissed without prejudice, with £1 1s costs.
WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD THURSDAY, MAY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865
WILLOWMAVIX ROAD BOARD THiRSDAY, MAY 4. Present:-The Chairman (_Mr. TraŽ : and Messrs. Mulvey and Griffin. A tenderer (Mr. William Davis) L: ;I obtained leave to ask a question, prior t tenders being opened, enquired as to wrb the Willowmavin toll was rateable prof or otherwise. The Chairman informed him that th? was rateable property, and illustrate: remarks by saying that if the toll wastL by Mr. Davis for £2000 per annus probability was that £100 rates won't have to be paid by him in the year. (the Chairman) would be very sorry t i tenderer should lose for want of not 1 received sufficient information on the : and invited those tenderers present I: any questions they may require rehi - the matter. The Chairman then read the adverti calling for tenders. A good deal of discussion took phe: whether tenders should be considesr: did not contain a deposit of one L rent, the Chairman thinking they shot be noticed; also, as to whether, in th: of a tenderer declining to take up ti he shou...
TUESDAY, MAY 9th, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865
TUEsDxT,MAY 9th, 1865. In the Legislative Assembly, Mr. Grant stated (in reply to Mr. Levey) that the Government did not intend to intro duce, this session, a bill to increase the rental paid by the squatters. In answer to Mr. Bindon, Mr. Grant observed that plans and maps of the agricultural areas were obtainable at all the district survey officss in the country. Copies had been furnished to every mechanics' institute, and the number sold at Gd. each was about 28,000. The House having resolved itself into committee, Mr. Verdon moved a resolution declaring that it is expedient that a branch of the Royal Mint should be established in Victoria. The hon. member gave a history of the en deavours which had been made from time to time to secure this object. He stated that the Sydney Mlint had paid not only all its general expenses, but also the cost of its first establishment. Mr.O'Shanassv asked the probable cost of buildings and amount of salaries, and also what would be, done in ca.e t...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, MAY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 May 1865
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. - TurSDor, 3MIr 4. From "The Argus." In the Legislative Assembly on Thursday, Mr. MN'Culloch stated, in reply to Mr. Crews, that the Government did not intend to introduce, this session, a bill to regulate the police force. In answer to Mr. Levi, Mr. Grant observed that already 1,600,000 acresofagriculturallands had been proclaimed open for selection, of which 1,000,000 acres were surveyed in allotments of less than 320 acres. In reply to Mr. 3M'Cann, Mr. Grant said the area of Cargerie would be withdrawn, as it had been found to be highly auriferous. Mr. Sullivan moved the second reading of the Mining Law Amendment Bill. In one important respect, he observed, the bill dif fered materially from that submitted to the last Parliment. That measure would have taken away the legislative functions of the mining boards, and transferred them to the Governor in Council. The proposal was, however, generally condemned, and the result of the agitation which then took place...