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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 October 1866

SUMM3ERi ANSOU UNCEMENT. J. MI KENZIE, W U L D invite inspection of his New Stock FOR THE SEASON, Consiating of BLACK SILKS, NELW STYLES Ix COLORED SILKS. Chene Camlets, Checked Camlets, Norwich Gren:dines, Silk Warps, Poplinettcs, Lustres, Foalards and Fancy Dress Stuffs, in all the FASIIIONABILE PATTERNS. French and Enlish Printed M3ualins. New Swiss Prints. THIE NEW TUCKED SKIRTING, A very rich lot of NEW SILK M3ANTLES AND JACKETS, Bernouse Mantles and Jacke!t. in li Lht materials NEW IIHATS, NEW BOSSETS, NEW FEATIIEIRS, New Trimmings and Areophanes. A. SPLENDID LOT OF FAST COLOR PRINTS, GD lper yard. Special attention is called to a Choice Lot of LIGHT SUMMER TWEEDS In New Platerns--Read made Clothing For Men, Yuuths and Bors, can be se lected out of a large Asartiament. New Scarfs and Ties, New Patterns in Crimean Shirts and Collars. Victor Shirt fronts, Wrist-bands, New Shapes in IHats, Netted Silk Veils, and Gloves. LONDON MART. SYDNEY STREET.

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 — 11 October 1866

ADVERTISEM?INTS. TENDERS. -o TENDERS will be received up to Wed.culay, the 17th instant, for FENOING-brush and poet and rail-in Mr Robineou's (late Grabhm's) Paddock Specifications to be seen at Kelly's hotel, ilmore, and Ford's, Plough Inn, Lancefield Road GEORGE ROBINSON, 6 Collins stteet, East ?eolbourne. c II. SCHEDULE II. NORTE-WESTERN PROVI~3E, Division--Kilmore. AD. 1866. LIST of NAMES OBJECTED TO upon the - General List. Ground Column for Number Surname of Person Ground Column or ofmber nme of Nersore of Residence of of Objections Grounds of Regis of Objected to Residence OName of Objector. Objector. Objection by Ira's Objection. Elector's in full. Chriitian Names Occupation. Qualification. shortly stated. Registrar. Right. in full. 38 881 unt Thomas ilimoroe Printer Freehold Edward Woodward. Kilmoro Not suftcient property to 32,9'5 M'Vanus ames Rylands Sohoolmneter Sohoolmaster Do Do 9 qualify. 8,885 Richardson William Kilmore Blaoksmitbe Pre ehuld Do Do Nofresident o in sa...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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FATAL AFFRAY. A SETTLER SHOT, AND CAPTURE OF BURKE, THE BUSHRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 October 1866

FATAL AFFRAY. A SETTLER SHOT, AND CAPTURE CF BURKE, THE BUSIIRANGER. (From Saturday's HIerald.) Since the daring robbery of the English and Scottish Bank in Fitzroy, for n hich Woods and Carver paid the penalty of their lives, the neighbourhood of Melbourne has beea remarkably free from outrages of any kind, and although a f.w highway robberies hare from time to time L,:en reported to the police, the promptitude with which the per petrators have been brought to justice has prevented anything like organisation on the part of the dangerous clas.es, and this colony has been a stringer to the crimes of vio lence 'which have diseraced New South Wjales and more recently South Australia. Within the list day or tw o, however, an event h:it occurred which has fearfully shock?di th" sense of securit in which the i'Ubiie has been so long reposing. That portion of the county of Evelyn which lies between the Kangaroo ground, the Cal?ldonia _oldfie!d, and Whittlesea, is more tiiinly populated tha...

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 — 11 October 1866

ADVERTISEMIENTS. GLENBURNIE FARMERS' COMMON NOTICE. PERSONS having cattle or Lorses running on the aboveramed cogm-on are hereby informed that LICENSES for atpasturii.g same m.ust to taken out tefore the 15th instant. All cattle not licenscd befo.e that date will be im pnunded. The brandsannd marns of the cattle about to be lic?nasd must be handed ia in writing to the mca:. ti,.l ull ai" branred with the common brand on tj e 1., th i; t, at Mr Ca lyo's, farm, when owners are r. questtd to be t ere 'o aeist. JAMES BREEN an W. CARLYON )s. FOR SALE. WAS:E PAPER FOR SALE. at the are. Prea .HIIE uderaignedt ltrebv give notice that lam applying to the Bcaed of Land and Works for lcense to reside on or cultivate 1 blcek of land containing 10 acres under the 43cd s:c tion of the Ameanwing Land Aet,1865.ae per'plh accomparying the ,a'd appliecaion. the esid lan-i birg 'i;uAt'l in the pariuh of Chintin, County of West Blurke, area 10 acres. 82 -p JAMES GALVIN. To be surveyed by Mr. Daliseer, ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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SPRINGFIELD ROAD BOARD. Monday, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 October 1866

SPRINGFIELD ROAD BOARD. Monday, October 8, c An adjourned meeting of the - Springfield Road Board was held on Monday afternoon :t the office, Douglas's Springfield Hotel J The members present were: Messrs. B3ag. mil (in the chair). Allen, Ford, and Lobb The minutes of the previous meeting hav ia, been read, were confirmed. Correspondence as follows was read and eonsi-lered: 1. Fromn John O'Hlalloran, resigning his C o-e a. ,manager of the United Common of Blrand :mad Springfield. After a great deal :f di-cussion the resignation was accepted, an the mnotion of Mr. Lobb, seconded by the Chairman, the accounts being audited and fc·ud correct, with the exception of £3, rhi-h had not been "paid byl one comn noner. . An application from Mr. 3P'Innes r:is rerie.l, asking far the making of gates f r rnid le.liang through his property; should the reqiu,:et not he con:plied with he would ?o ?rnt the public. )On the mot.on of 3fr. Lobb, seconded-by the CiLtrman, the En-;ibeer was instructed t,...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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HURRAH! FOR THE KILMORE HOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 October 1866

HURRAH ! FOR THIE KILMIORE HOUNDS. Before dull Time has wrought a lull, On all the jovial sounds, Once more we'll fill the bumper ful. And drink to the Kihnore hounds! And the toast shall ne'er be the last, By the boys who know no fear, But all shall join, when wine flows fast, In many a hunting cheer! Then hurrah ! hurrah ! hurrah ! While the echo still resounds. Hurrah ! for the master and men ! Hurrah! for the Kilmore hounds ! We take no note of hurt or ills When out on the hunting grounds; And we never -ount the spills When after the Kilmore hounds! Let those who will deride the sport Of dingo, fox, or doe, We rather think they're not the sort Who forth a-hunting go ! Hurrah! hurrah! hurrah! While the echo still resounds. Hurrah ! for the master and men ! Hurrah ! for the Kilmore hounds! When master-Blossidge-makes the cast, And MAoodie cries " they've found," Away we go, all speeding fast, All after the Kilmhnore hounds ! And there we see the men to go, With hearts that never f...

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 — 11 October 1866

G?,TS FOR TEE 0 FREL P?ESS." --0 ...5 GORDON & GOTCv , of Collins ,treet d, elbourn hare been appointed Agents E. EIDDLE TON, Wallan Wallan, has been ~ e Sent for this journal in that district. .G -I GE, Broadford, has been appcinted 'fir ?liojurnal in the Broadford district l fI. GM-%\O, Lanceield Road Station is 1 ;pcited to receive monies on behalf of the ye -e" in the Lancefeld and Romney districts. receipt wi. be a suffcient discharge frtm .u r- v E KILMORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING A1 SYTDEY STREET, KILMOE. EE te for advertie:rg in the lilmere Free T Press are as under : iTO SEILLISGS AND SIXPENCE PER INCH. A rek':"ti of ten per cent will be made for rt :ensts ordered for one month; twen'y per t r two csthe ; and thirty-three per cent for ý?e r .trt :-beyond which time a special arrange c-te.: be made. Tye tens of subscription to the KilmoreFree Tre.s r d e- per q?arter in town, and 7a 63 if posetd M e e . : t r ,. ? . n j) u, SURGEON & ACCOU...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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HOSPITAL COMMITTEE MEETING. Tuesday, October 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 11 October 1866

HOSPITAL COMMITTEE 3IEETING. Tuesday, October 9th. A meeting of the Hospital Coammittee a?a held on Tuesday evening at Kelly's Hotel. Present :-The President (Mr Tavlor), and Messrs Hlartnell, Vanheems, Wilson, Hayes, Wood, and Dr Nicolson. The minutes of previous mecting were read and confirmed. A report from the House Steward wa read and received. The President stated that the handsome sum of £23 15s 6d had been handed to ,him as the. proceeds of the concert at Seymour, which sum he had handed over to th; Trea surer. He- moved that the thanks of the Commitcee be conveyed to Mr. John Carnie, of Tallarook; and, throuuh him, to the gentle men who took part in the concert. for the very efficient services rendered by them to the- institution; Seconded by Mr. Wilson and carried unanimously. The thanks of the committee was also ordered to be conveyed to the.firn of Bev:1 and-' Co:, for certain kindness tendered towards the institution. The President stated that since last meet ing £300 l...

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 — 11 October 1866

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. We would again remind all those who are interested that the adjourned annual meet ing of the members of the Mechanics' Insti. tute takei place on Tuesday evening next. The officers and committee for the ensuing year have to be elected, therefore al1 who are desirous of seeing the affairs of the insti tution flourish should endeavour to attend, in order that the best executive it is possible to select may be chosen. If the committee see that the public take an interest in the prosperity and general welfare of the " pe ples' school" they will work with redoubled energy and spirit, and an institution that has just barely been sustained will ere long become healthy and vigorous and a public necessity and convenience. We believe that our local exponents of the Histrionic Art will shortly give another of their pleasant entertainments, for the benefit of one of the local institutions of the town which of them has not yet: been decided upon. Rumour has it also that they ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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THE CONVICI SULLIVAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 18 October 1866

THE CONVICI SULLIVAN. The Inglewood Advertiser says the follow ing letter from Sullivan has been received by a resident at Wedderburn: "Gaol, Nelson, Sept. G. "Dear Sir,-I received your kind letter dated 9the August. ... . I have no one to blame f.r being mixed up in this sad affair but myself, for had I gone and given information to the police how these men held me in their power these murderers would have been fast for a time. and in all probability 1 should have beenhome with my poor unfortunate wife and boys..... It is my opinion these men have destroyed many men on the West Coast during the last twelve months Man has no conception of what these men are. I will give you a brief account of two of them. The man Kelly (but that is not his name, it is Noon) has a brother in Auckland Gaol, doing penal servitude; they are the last of the gang be longing to the notorious Captain Melville who was bushranging in 1852 in Victoria. These san e brothers were tried in Melbourne in Dectmber, ...

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EXTRAORDINARY TRIAL FOR MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 18 October 1866

EXTRAORDINARY TRIAL FOR MURDER. At the Criminal Sittings, Rackhampton, on the 25th September, before Mr Chief Justice Cockle, Edward Ainsworth Gaden was put on his trial, charged with having, at the Peak Downs Station, on the 27th of last February, wilfully and of malice aforethought "killed and murdered one Peter, an abori ginal native." From the evidence of George Graham Burnett, the manager of the station in question, it appeared that the prisoner arrived there between 9 and 10 o'clock on the morning of the 27th, accompanied by his brother. There were from twenty-five to thirty blacks on the station. Prisoner was on horseback and his brother was driving the bullock dray. There was some loading and a black gin on the dray. She was chained on the dray with a bulloek chain. There was a padlook on her ancle, and the other end of the chain appeared fastened to the dray; she was crying, and did not appear inclined to go with prisoner and his brother; witness advised them to let her go,...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 18 October 1866

MINLNG INTELLIGENCE. WELCOME REEF.-On Tuesday we were shown a cake of gold which weighed about 40 ounces, the result of five days' cruslhng from the Welcome Reef, Tea Tree Crck, near 'Yea. The gold appears to be of the best description, and this handsome yield is .. .. --_-- _ __: ... ..-: .-:-- , - .· another illustrration of the mineral wealth of the district. There are other claims in the same neighbourhood doing well, and Yea will doubtless before long figure as an important mining township. The Sailor Jack's Company, Strath Cieek, had a crushing last week, but the result has not by any means been whet was anticipated. The stuff crushed consisted for the most part of nullock from which a great yield could not have been expected, but the actual result has greatly disappointed the shareholders, and given rise to great dissatis faction as to the working of the mine, in consequence of which operations have been suspended for a fortnight, when the work ings will be again resumed unde...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LOCAL GOVERNMENT. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 18 October 1866

LOCAL GOVERNMENT. (TO THE EDITOR OF TIIE FILEE PRESS.) Sri,-Since the introduction of Local Go vernument it is not to be wondered at that some who were chosen to discharge the du. ties devolving on them should sometimes err in their interpretation of the Acts which are entrusted to their ability and charge to en force, but now that people are better ac quainted with them and more enlightened on the several points it is deeply to be re gretted that any man who reads the Act 27 Vice No 17G should assume the res ponsibility of discharging the duties of a member of a corporate body under that Act, and be so ignorant as not to be able to define the 33 and 34 sections of that Act, which are as follows: Sec. 33. "In, order that any person may be qualified to be a member of the board of any district he must be entitled in respect of property of rateable value amounting to twenty-t.re pounds at least to be placed on the voters' roll for such district or some subdivision thereof." Sec. 31. "N...

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LANCEFIELD ROAD BOARD. Monday, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 18 October 1866

LANCEFIELD ROAD BOARD. Monday, October 15. Present :-The Chairman (0. S. Ialey, Esq), and Messrs Keenan, Be sley, Wragge, Riddell :and Mackay. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The following correspondence was real and cr eidered * , 1. From Roads end Bridges office, relative t0 cost of. approaches at Emu Creek Bridge, and calling attention to 2nd clauseof regulations by which it appeared that the colt of immediate approaches were aiioorcd tcib3 charged from the appropriation of £1500. 2. From Shire office of Warnambool, requesting that the Board wou'd aend a delegate to take part in a ccnfererce at Scot.'ý Hotel, Melbourne, on 28th Nov 2. From Talbot Shire Council, conveying certain resoiutions adopted some t'me a3o relative to Gorern ment endowments, &,, and esking ttat the Beard should send a delegate to meet a; the Albion hotel, on the 6th Novemb.r prox. Dr Mackay suggested that a le tar be . nt to each o f the shires from which commuuni'-ti ss...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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SEYMOUR ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 18 October 1866

SEYMOUR ROAD BOARD. Tueedqy, O:tob.r 16. A special meeting was held on the above date. Present :-'11r Perron (Chairman), Mteslrs tcie had-, Wi'sn, Riberteoa, SheltIo, Whitechurch, and Dah. r y. Oojact of the meeting, to prepare an estimate be f.ze making a rate. The Chairman read the requisition and circular cot veniug the meeting, after which the estimates were examwied and made. Air Muirhead moved, and Mr Wilson seconded, that the Board, at their meet:ng to be held on the 6th proximo, proceed to make a rate of One Shilling in the Pound on the valuation of the rateable properly in the district, to meet the expenditure of the eati ma'es, now subminted, and thabt the Clerk be instruc* ted to is~ue the neceessry ientructioes. Carried.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 18 October 1866

FrBLIEHED THURBDkY MOO lIIGS. £IIURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1SGG. PROTECTIo¶ to the £trrner is e question that for some ti- ,, patts ',era ; il,;te4 bhth by a portion of the pr and pcrsoIUu is public .3"tin; sa.mt'!ed, and th-i e who pretend to be the most staunch advocates of such a doctrine seem to us to be taking stets al most foreign to carrying out what they pro fess. The farmers may be said to be the main-stay of this as well as other countries, and as such we want to see them derive all the advantages that legislation can offer, provided such advantages are not given at too great an expense to the other inhabi tants of the colony. Now, in placing a di rect tax upon corn or flour coming into the country there is no doubt all the imports of these conmodities will have eventually to cease, and when such a state of things was brought about what would the consequen ces be if one scarce season should set in ? The people would be deprived of bread-the grower as well as the buyer of produce...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 18 October 1866

SUMMER ANNOUNCEMENT. J; -MKENZIE, 'XTO L D invite inspection of his New Stock FOR TIHE SEASON, Consisting of BLACK SILKS, NEW STYLES Ir COLORED SILKS. Chene Camlets, Checked Camlets, Norwich Grenuadiu.s, Silk Warps, PopliCnettes, Lu·tres, Foulards aal 7iucy Dress Stuffs, in all the F SIIIONABLE PATTERNS. Freeca anl English Printed Muslins. New Swiss Prints. THE NEW TUCKEI) SKIRTING, A very rich lot of NEWSILK 1 MANTLES AND JACKETS, Bernou.w- , ,hitles and Jackets in li:ht materials NEW HATS, NEW BONNETS, N'EW FEATHERS, Newa Trimmings and Areophanes. A SPLENDID LOT OF FAST COLOR PRINTS, 6n per yard. Soecil attention is called tot Choice Lot of LIGHT' UMMER TWEEDS In New Patterns-Ready inade Clothing For Men, Youths and Boys, can be se lected out of a large Assortment. New Scarfs and Ties, New Patterns in Crimean Shirts and Collars, Victor Shirt fronts, Wrist-bands, New Shapes in Hats, Netted Silk Veils, and Gloves. LONDON MART. SYDNEY STREET. DIPORTANT TO LADIES. SEEtheGUINEA BONNET,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 18 October 1866

SUBSORIPTIONS PAID TOWARDS THE , REV. ITATHER O'IOUP.KE'S MONiU1EINT NAEe 07o Suiacaie as. Mrs. Ctrocley ....................... £ 0 0 Mrs Bourke..............................1 0 0 rNoaa ................... .... 0 3 0 Mr. Pct.r Cllaghan ..................0 5 0 ,, Richard Dwyer .................. 1 0 0 Mrs Butler ............ ...... 0 10 0 Mr Hickey, Bylands ..................0 15 0 ,, Comclius Ccmaja .............. 0 5 0 ,, Philip Corboy .................. 1 0 0 ,, Allen .............................. 0 4 6 ., Mchnel Dwyer, (seaior) ...... 0 10 0 ra Bwlay .y ......................... 0 5 0 Mr. Pa:rik O'Dea ...... ..... 5 0 0 ,, Robert Perrott .................. 0 5 0 ,, Michael Leahy .................. 1 0 0 M r Ro ........................... 1 0 0 Mr William M'Ky ............... 1 10 0 ,, Tohn Sta'.ford ...... ......0 10 0 ,, Thomas Cleary ................. 0 10 0 ,, Henry Vanheems ............ 1 0 0 ,, Laurence Kelly ...... ... 1 0 0 ,, Lau-ence Parnell .....0..... 0 10 0 ., Willi...

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 — 18 October 1866

ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR SALE. WASTE PAPER FOR S ALE. at the Free Pres SKINS, HIDES, & TALLOW OUGHT by J. KYLE, Butcher; Sydney street. N.B.-Coarse and fine salt always on hand. TOBACCO! TOBACCO!! ON sal by the undeesigned, at Melbourne prices best Amrrican leaf Tobacco; also manufactured Tobaccos-Twist, small cakes, and Pacifi also A large quantify of Wool Bales. '1 5e highest price given for sheepskin., wool; and hides. Produce taken in exchange for goods. N.B.-Wauted a quantity of Bees' Wax L BERLOWITiZ Corner of Gipps and Albert streets, Opposite Dr Nicolson's FOR SALE. ON NICOLSON'S farm near Mr. Ford's Plough Inn, Lancefeld Road, 24 head miloch cows and springers, all quiet; also about 40 head of yealings and two year old, 'and a good;-, airy farm cf 246 scs*, fenced in wi h poies and rnils, and other good improvements. For ;the farm a; ply to J. W. OS. BORN, Kilmore, or on the prem sa to JOh N NICOLSON. forbea, 2nd Sept, 1866. TO fT..-Th, HOUSE sad d ACRES of GROTND, eitua...

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 18 October 1866

KILMOIE BOROUGII COUNCIL. Monday, October15.. Present: His Worship the Mayor, and Councillors Hudson, Sugden, Fynn, IIickey, Hartnell, D'owling and Taylor. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The correspondence received since last meeting was read and disposed of as fol lows: From the Hon. Sec. to the Kilmore Ios. pital, bringing under notice of the Council the impoverished state-of the funds of that institution. The letter stated that they had spent £300 over and above the Maintenance Fund; that they had reduced the expendi ture by dispensing with- certain officials; that they had limited the number of pa tients; and that, unless the gentlemen com posing the various local- bodies-to, whom they now appealed for donations-were to act liberally, the committee of management were afraid they would have to reluctantly close the doors of the institution. Cr Sugden moved that it be received, and laid on the table for a month. Seconded by Cr Taylor; and carried. A r...

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