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Tuesday Sept. 18. (Before J K Trainor, Esq, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 September 1866

Tuesday Sept. IS.. '0 S (.efore J K Trainor, Esq, J.P.)' A. Yates v M3..Dowd, for assault. Reman. dedfocr 8 days. X., and 1L Maloney v Wellard; interplea der summons. Adjourned for a week. Two assault cases were struck out in con sequence of the non-apjearance of. com plaiuants..

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 September 1866

NOTICE.. 9ne Qwrfer fir gi-tirti'n in the Free Treu w"3erommtneeon tlhe =rd Marcih, 23-ei June, 23rd ecvtenmer, ani 23-3 Drecrnier. PFrsone csarot WitJ*lT* t'tier na-l ear `r_ tle run nf S"j'neribere 'itboot pw:-r o fr. '1 f..'^.f the ru]rret qnsrt-r NLr Fut'rihsrg can to en- cile at try tir'e by nay ia'gasubtrittio. p'eprticnata to tiie pcr ad is the jnarer rfu-ii. g U3 erNI.d. Adreitie rtnr'e re'd'ti3 fr cIasI imoe a; t' twc. ;a=c 'b Icday pTIei e t. ; ob:-ai n. E-e1t ~A ?t isrert *her.1 bl · n3on d.0 rn n.iint the auwhe. of "n . ii reIZIIre+. When m irs'rzDC i m ea msnt is re r:r cut the tun re of iieer'i".ng, the egramtiarm: t wiE le ec t tue4 znti! rromftra rwad or dak eeio r, ard chsr ed - seer'd l.ly. iNýtee to withra uý an Errr. se It aht4ub te given in A oe to. 1 Sw or di:, hains advrt ement am' b mode in ri itgg and fpvtr.ird to thse ces h-oe cix p.m. on the Tneediry of aeh seek. D it BT CAS "il s!nmt~ ruvua the ctice D Iif kit feskas ini mu i brrre4c. SUCIPRIBSlS are -,pe...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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BYLANDS & GLENBURNIE ROAD BCARD. Monday, Sept. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 September 1866

BYLANDS & GLENBURNLR ROAD. BCARD. Monday, Sept. 17: -o An adjourned meeting ofthe-above Board, was held at the office, Victoria hotel, on -Mond:ay last. Present :-The full Board. Letters were read from the Shire Councils of Glenorchy and Hamilton, with respect to requiring increased endowments. Ordered to be received; The Board then took into considerations the fees for depasturing cattle on the By lands Farmers' Common. It was agreed. that 3s per head per annum for cattle, and 6s for horses, should be char ged-licenses to be taken out half-yearly. Mr Campbell moved that proceedings be taken to recover outstanding rates. Seconded by Mr O'Dwyer. Carried. Mr Nunan moved, that the Surveyor be nstructed to make out plans for improve ments on Bourse's road-tenders to be re ceived at next ordinary meeting. Carried. NOTICES-OF MOTIOLN Mr Arkle gave notice that he would move, at next meeting, to rescind all proceedings in connection.with Mr Steel's proposed new road. Mr Nunan gave n...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 September 1866

3USCEL?A?EOUS EXTRACTS. The OTens and Murray Advertiser of SXday reports the following determined S:-" A most unaccountable and mys -r's suicide was committed yesterday crmoonat the Golden Ball Hotel, Everton, a ? : named Ollerenshaw. He had been srenzer by the coach from 'Melbourne, _ 'Aig the journey had not shown any I of depres-ion of spirits or mental aber -~ n. On arrival at the Golden 3all Hotel requested the coachman to wait a few -:tes for him, and then went round to e back. As he did not return after a ~ort time, he was called, but no answer was ~ed ant a search was then made, and the ~runate man was found in the water s0-t with his throat cut to a frightful ex tihe instrument used to inflict this ,nd- ras a sharp pocket-knife, and with 5 Oilerenshaw had succeeded in most ef k?,uiy putting an end to his life. The Ost remarkable part of the story is, that .e suicide had but lately arrived from Eng a, and was on his way to see a grown-up 50O of his who is engaged in a claim ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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PRESIDENT DAVIS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 September 1866

RIESIDE1 T.T DAVIS. The surgeon of Foriress MIonoe, who at tended President Davis during his confine ment there, has published a book which he entitles " Prison Life of Jefferson Davis," and in which he describes the reception of Mr. Davis in the prison, and his treatment and behaviour there. There isa ery graphic account of the nanacling of the ex-Presi dent. "Well!" said fMr Davis as they entered, slightly rais~g his head. "I have-an unpleasant duty to perform, sir, said Captain Titlosv ; and as he spoke the senice blacksmith took the shackles from his assistant. DTvis leaped instantly from his recuIn be-nt attitude, a flush, passing over his t'ce for a moment; and then his countenance growing rigid as death. He gasped for breath, clutching his throat wit'h the thin figers of his right hand, and then recovering himself slowly, while his wasted figure towered up to its fall height-now appearing to swell with in dignation, and then to shrink with, terror as he glanced from tbe aptai...

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 — 20 September 1866

ADV ERTSEMENNTS. TO STAND THIS SEASON AT KIL .MORE, The First-Class Heavy Dmrught Stallion "c Young Samson" And will TRAVEL the following districts, v'z : BROADFORD, TALLAROOK, PYALONG, AND MOUNT WILLIAIM, -0 Y S. is a rich dapple bay horse, wilh four black " legs and imnense bore, and fine symmetry, end iplndid scion. 1e is riuing five years old, and tarda seventeen hamn's ont' iunh. His sire is that celhbratod Linecin hlcree "Young Season," imported by Mi G4i ny, d m "Dolly," by MAr Peter's "Black Champ'on," hae dnm by " F'rm r's Favourite," out of the t lydeedrle mare "Fan," imp rted by Mr Sheppard. "Dolly" tock tio first p iae at the Kilmors Show in 1863, ther being tairteen comp t'tors, amongst them mares t tat tcoo priz e at other Shows through. ,ut th* eo!or y. A tl roe and two-year ol: filly cut of DAlly tcok p::zs alto. Terms £> for the et r:icc of the saeasn, to be' paid thy lest round in Jtnuary. The groo,'s f e5', to be p id at ti:e of covver!ll. Ad y t?se not pr viag...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LANCEFIELD HORSE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 September 1866

LANCEFIELD HORSE. SEIOW. -4--- (Fuor ou SSrPEcIt REPDRTER.). o-0 A horse show was held on.Tuesdav last at the Romsey Show Ground, 'oppositel-obert son's hotel, adjoining the school house, and was one of the best that was ever held in the district. The show of stock was divided into separate clasacs, one for the entire horses four years old, and another for those of anyage. In the latter class seven entries were made, Mr. Cordell's III taking first prize, Mr. Menzies's Young Clyde second, and ieiilv's Prince third. Iii the four year old class the first prize was rtaken by a Kilmore horse, Mr. Leahyl's Blackleg, and Mr. Kenny's Mount Macedon taking second prize. There were five entries. None of the judgesappointed oyr the Society. attended, and the following gentlemen were appointed to act, viz: Messrs. Tom, Mitchell, and Greer, the decisions of whom gave general satisfaction. There were three brood mares -heavy stock--entered, Mr Cordell secur ing first. prize, and Mnr Harriman. seco...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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KILMORE POLICE COURT. Thursday, September 13. Before the Resident Magistrate [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 September 1866

KILMORE POLICE. COURT. -4--a-- Thursday, September 13. Before the Resident 321gistrkte John Kennedy,. charged with having no lawful visible -means of support, was crdered to be imprisoned for. a month.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Friday, September 14. (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 — 20 September 1866

Friday, September 14. (Before A.MlI. M3Crae Esq., P.3I., and J. Taylor, Esq.,.J.P ) W. Spurlin,ing, inspector ofsheep, v. Francis Adams, for unlawfully running a flock of 4,100 sheep infected witi scab. Adjourned to the 25th inst. Same v same,. for being the owner of 61 sheep found on examination to 'be infected. withscab, Offence admitted, and defendant was ordered to pay the minimum penalty, together with £7 Os Gd costs. F.. M'Kenzie. seab. inspector, v..J. D. Webster, for. unlawfully driving 1500 sheep infected with scab. IDefendanit was ordered. to pay a penalty of £100. An appeal was. lodged.. Same v L. L'Neill, for unlawfully driving. a flock of 2,600 sheen infected with scab. Offenec admitted,, and; a fine of £260 in flicted. An appeal was lodged against the amount- of-penalty. Patrick Hayes v O'Brien, Curry & Flynn, for £0 9s, wages. - No appearance of defen dants. Verdict fdr amount,.in default 14 dlays' imprisonment.

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[?]HN MITCHEL AND THE [?]NIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 September 1866

~ is an extract from Mr John V i yr5s letter to tha New Fer:it me to occupy a p:sa sr :e~ter with a matter personal to :.t - without interest to a portion ,., It is known that on coming N ovemner l?st I was entrusted Prt eni&t and Senate of the L oterhood with a sum of money, ieniatructions to transmit the d. Lml fromn time to time, as M3r. yid call for it, either by his , othat of his authorised agents. n:r. nmoents for the remittance l esCme necesary in consequence --- h Government having pre. e. and stopped considerable on the persons of messen r ter had arrested or by opening t'. post office, for the English ý: the world knows, is not merely ~ of espionage but a bureau of eent also. Since my arrival in e-tor -.-ss have come, into my hands : e quarter and for the same Now, I read in American news ta lte meeting of Fenians in -- where Mr Stephens was sub :as ki of cros-examination as to ?a proce~ings, some one asked him, -',er things, 'What has becomo of Lte'ers lifi thous...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 September 1866

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH;. (nLoMy.TUE LROUS COiLRESPONDE\T.) SYDNEY, Tuesday. InhtheAssembly, to-dy,; the Triennial Par. liaments Bill has been defeated for the session on the motion of.Mr.Martin that it should be read a second time this day six. months. IMr Stewart took his- seat for. Illawarra. The motion to reduce the salary of-:futdre gover nors to £5000is being opposed by the Govern. ment. Nothing further ha transpired respecting the remains of the woman found in Sussex: street. - Mr Dean sold a cargo of Java sugars to day at-£37 5s to £39 7s Gd. . A Spanish fleet left Tahiti for lanilla on July 1S.. ADELAIDE, Tuesdar.. It is proposed to greatly enlarge and im prove the Botanic-gardens, at a cost of £30,000. The farewell concert. of the Opera Com pany, in the Town-hall, was a great success, The company.leave by the Coorong to-mor row. : The first. flower show of the season takes place on Thursday iext, in the Tcwn hall. The corn mairket is frightfully dull. No alteration in prices...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 September 1866

ADVERTISE3I1E.NTS. .. .. , --. , - NOTICE. STRAYRD into my paddock, and has been running here for some time, a dark bay pony mare, :brandd ELon near shoulder, with lite blotcb A. T t.a'er of shobalers The owner can hbve the same by paying a=. penses. 80op ALEXANDER GROC'KEET. Wdson's Ore k, near Py.long, . September 6.h, 1866. NOTICE. DO HEREBY give notice that Ihava appli'd to the President of the Board of Land and Works for a licence to reside on or cultivate 20 acres of land as ptr. plan accompanying the same, and her under dis'ribed, that is to 'a County of Ihlhcousi, pari h of Lowry, Sunday •Creek,.adjining Captain Ad.ms'pr perry, anea 20 acres Surveyed by Mr Chapman Contc?r Snrvr ynr 79a PHILIP PRENDEROGASp Dated, the 1,t day of ' ept., 1866, I EDWARD POWLEY of Tallarook, in the .." Colony of Victoria, do hereby give notice that I nave applied to the P.esident of the Board of Land and Works, under the 42nd eec:ion of the Amendirg Land Act, 1865: for a li'rse to reside on or cu...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE KILMORE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 September 1866

COzl±t.iitAb IYiELL1GE E I.L O RE Is-s : Fuurr, £ g A. vr ! .n FZsc·- C F" ' r baleI Ban, is 9d do Yolla2d,2s Od do Albin li ; ;·:J as f i per, FI-r ;£7. Ilrrl -i £ A15; De" tea pnr'rri LIO d) Wheit, 6a rare oi rig-c Ge"ie Rudson " qlioe! 4'jtr, Coloni-i, J" 01 to 5 61 per hui'et Bran. 1. 91 t r buuhel ^:Iq~r' y 31 Pr j'!2 1I ?of. tre'. Iti t) LS per ton. lIay.7s 0r per ct 't~s-r 7s pet ewt. Pn~cot o-itcm t'-e Brciiev Indepem!nt ew icnte the 1owvirr wt.o!eeiale prieee crrrt: Flour Arirlebci, £23 per ton Cfi.nial, £20 Os'.-. r-W':ri', 7 + 01 per buss!l. as C" f 1( 1Pr ter Buy, £9 to £LW per ton s'no rior5L-Eron the PeIal' w" q'uote tle ful Flirr, A.1tlai~le, £i7 Wheat, Chil an, 6e. Colonial, 6'.. to 6 $L Pottti'a, 15 to L6 per ton. flay, beat, L7 to LS btraw, 14 to L51;a lYx-ETO.- Tha f, o tine a'e the Pries xoW rater. as qrroted l¶ tie Kisr.rta i G7'TrzljTU Flnu; fl4 0: a- t 'lMst., 6" t^ 7" r-i. b r o'e Oars 4 t!, Z.i o,:is.3!r FO·, 9 to l20. 3- ,,-,;,,L 1Tht,9bO f r~ Lo! crd. Z-. ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Killmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 September 1866

f1-UIRSDAY, SEPTEMBER'20, 166. ScrrcE.? s two- months have- passed aray since intelligence was brought to this side of the globe that the continent of'Europe was in a most alrmaing state, and that war, in which-the greatest continental powers- would be involved, might.bo every day expected.. Almost before the fact that it was- antici. pated had-reached some of the more distant and. ioLhted.parts of the colony, a second mai stuns us with the news that war had actually commenced, and that several san guinary battles had been fought, with great. loss and bloodshed on both sides And, again, before we have had much more than. time to read and talk a little over the ac counts of the engagements received from England, we are informed that the war. is over! Thus, in the short space of. two months, we-hear of events that have o- arred. as startling perhaps: as any that hare ever taken.place in the world's history So important that a greatand haughty nation has been humbled in the dust, and h...

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 — 20 September 1866

AI0TIS FOR THEE FrI. PBESS." ---- ,rS GORDON & GOTCH, of Colli street S eilbSourne, hae been appdinted Agents .T-^ SOL, Licatfield Road Station is ntý d to receive mouim on behalf of the -" "in the Lncefeld and RamBo y dtrictst, % heCfpt il be a scient disetrf rom au K?LMORBE FREE PISS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING SyIyTDSIT BTREET, ILMOU. E terM for advertiirl in the Jilmr Fre 1P- are ras ~ nder: I0 SHILLIT GS IAD gIIXPIENC PE INCH r airtion of ten per cet will be lado for ieirtsncts ordered for one month; twenty per e.!t two mcstbt; and thirty-thre per ct for ??,Ca' :-beyond which time a pecal arrae twLle be Ende. The tsrm of subcription to the Kil we Free Pres r. be ad per qaxter in town, and 7s 6d if posted es etctry. SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR, ra Ie?y's IHtel, Kiimore, fcr four years Resident Sogecn to tee County Hospital of Ket, e . EA7VAN RE.JOTED TO SYDNEY STREET, sz Do00 ro orYAL oar 0o11R JAMES FLEURY ARCHITECT AND GENERAL AGENT, SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. j1--...

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 — 20 September 1866

LOCAL. .INTELLIGENCE. REIiOYAL i"F u OUR POLICE M?GISTRATE. We are given to uuderstand.that., AL '. M'Crae, Esq., our highly respectEd police magistrate,. warden, &c., is about to be re. lieved of his duties and placed upon pension, amounting, we believe, - to about half his present salary.. We believe iti is the inter. tion of the Goverament to make such in significant. places as Kihnore suffer the want of police magistrates, and, if such is the case, we must, say that- justice in--those places willbe easier'sought after than. dis covered. We have as- much faith, in our local J.P.'s--in whose hands the administra tion of the law will be. placed-as most otheis, but we know not as to what. effect a bribe may have upon some of the most.needy of them. KIL~rioE UNITED CRICKET CLUBn-The annual meeting of the Kilmore United Cricket Club, advertised to be held on-Tues day cveninglast was, owing to sparsity of at -tendance, adjourned to the 25th instant. A strange circumstance was b...

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THE BLACKBIRD. AN IRISH JACOBITE RELIC. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 September 1866

.THE BLXCKBIRE. -4--- AS I?!I JCOBITEI: RELTC. Once on , morn;i- of sweet recreation I heard a fair lady a-making her moan, With sighing, and sobbing, and sad Lamen tation : '3My Blackbird, most royal, for ever is flowrn; He's all my heart's treasure, my joy and my pleasure, So justly, my love, my heart follows thee ; And I an re=olved, in foul or fair weather, To sock out my Blackbird wherever he be. "Once in fir England, my Blackbird did flourish; He was the chief fower that in it did spring; Prime ladies of honour his person did nourish, Becau-e that ht was the true song of a king. But since that false fortune, which stil is uncertain, Has caused this parting between him and me. Yet his name I'll maintain, in Franee and in Spain, And seek out my Blaekbird, wherever he be. "I will go, a stranger to peril and danger, My heart is so loyal in every degre; ]?or he'% constant and kind, and ceurageous in mind All bliss to my Blhckbird, wherever he be! In Scotland he's loved, and dearly ...

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, Sept. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 September 1866

KILHMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. 'Monday, Sept. 24. * Present:- Cmicillors Sugden ' ibwling, -Fynn, Hiekey. and-Thoulas.-- i The Mayornot being.present; Cr' Sugdeo presided. The minutes 'of the previous meeting together with those of tle' efrxtibodinary election-were reail, and, on'the' motion of Cr Fynn, seconded ly,' Cr Hicev, con firmed.; . CORRESPONDENCE.. . The outward correspondence was then read. ThIe inward correspondence-received since hlst meeting-was opened and read by the clerk, and dispoled of as follows: 1. From the tev. D. Mieklejohn, bring ing under notice the inconvenience he would be put to through the cutting in froat of the 3Ianse-which would tend to make the gate, leading to the garden, useless; and re questing that the Council would fill the cutting up ag in. Cr Fvnn mocved that the letter be referred to the Public \Works Comnmittee. Seconded by Cr Thomina. Carried. 2. From James Cushen, stating::that tile lamps which were cofiplained of at last meeting were left unli...

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Wednesday September 26. (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 — 27 September 1866

', i ý : -dr nesdz Sday tem 4 ,(llefu~e:ilýAyi. LýC EsqJ.,P.M. and J T'aypor, Esq.,l J I) Thomas, Starkey eharged. by -Sergcant Grant with ha~iiin no lhuiafuI visibh. mean's Df support,,ls comnittedto gqaol~tor four rnoi -hs

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ORDERS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 September 1866

ORDERS OF THE DAY . 1.. To receive the report of the Ptiblic Wdrks Committee relative to the` draiiilfrom the Red Lion Hotel, passing through the property occupied by. Ir Weisel.. No re port. - 2. To receive the-report of the Sur.veyor, as to what amount of damage was done, by the contractors in Sydney street, to the ll.g ging in front of tha Red Lioan Hotel. The Surveyor's report, which was rtci'ed, stated that several of.the Ilg" ,h.td. been broken: by the contractors, whic,- :4Lh a little care, might'have'been re-lirdl without any da:nage. 'The matter was then left i:i ti.' h mr, of the Sarveyor, to arrange between Mr MI 'gan and t'le contractors. 3. To take into, consideration .the advis ability or otherwise of, cornsidc:ichng the vouchers sent in by the Turft an:d Cricket Clubs. Cr Tliomns 'moved thatit ýtian? over for a week. le done so, he said, be-ause he would like to see a full Council present to pronounce on this matter, and ,also, to give the Governmient an opportunity o...

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