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

L~OCAL INTELLIGENCE. CRICKET.-On Tuesday evening last, the members of the Kilmore United Cricket Club held their usual weel:ly meeting at the Rbyal Oak hotel; The members- present were the Prsitlent, and. Ile?.rs. Sugden, Hickey, ?liher, Cassels and the heon. see. On the motion of the hon. see., Rule 5 of the Club was rescinded, after which it was moved, seconded, and carried, that the en trance fee to the Club be 10., and the yearly subscription 10s. Dr. Bindley and Mr. George Pitt having been ballotted for were unanimously admitted members of the Club. On the motion of.the President, seconded by Mr. Hickey, it was decided that a roller be purchased for the improvement of the Cricket Ground. It was stated that it was possible a match should :be played at an early date with the East Collingwood Club, a challenge bcing expected, and the benedicts of Kilmore have thrown down the gauntlet to the ba chelors, but whether the latter more unfor tunate beings will accept the challenge is no...

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

ENGLISH NEWS T . ATLANTIC TELEGRIAPH. 0 ----o----- The Atlantic telegraph cable has ber successfully laid, and the most sanguire hopes have, been more. than realise?d. T" cable has been landed in Newfoundlaud titc out a flaw, and without the occureuce aO 1 single check. The communication betiwe? Ireland and the United States is rapid a?' complete. The first message transmitted' to York was from the Queen to the Preside" of the United States, congratulating hin. 0 the successful completion of an undertaki5 which she hoped would serve as an additiou:I bond of union between the United State; and England; the President, in reply., re?iP rocated the hope. This reply occupitel o[ , one hour and nine minutes in its trio a. from Newfoundland to Osborne. Co?hate latory messages also passed between 1th Secretary of State for the Colonies and t: Governor-General of Canada, between Mayor of New York and the Lord 3?a.orC. London, and between the Mayor of ,.,, couver's Island and the Lord Mayor o...

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

EN [D OF TTHE COYLT'ENTAL WA R. -o Ratifcations of the preliminaries of peace re-?reen Prussia and Austria were exchanged at ?ikoisburg, the Prussian headquarters, ca Stur-day, '2th July. An arm:stice was l ~ud with Bavaria. The Vienna Ga z,e !. s published the prelimihnaries of ie .e ree. upo1~n bet reen the t wo great LI e.e p.c ?owers. We subjoin an exact :?-is of these, omitting articles merely Their Majesties the Emperor of Austria rad the King of Prussia, afier declaring that they are animated by a desire to restore to their peoples the blessings of peace, ap rint as their Plenipotentiaries-his Apos tii'c M3jkstv, Count Karolvi and tarou de Brennfr; and the King of Prussia, Count .ieurek, who have agreed upon the follow L The integrity of the Austrian monar wrc. nith the exception of Venetia shall be := ain:ained. The King of Prussia shall .dhraw his troops from the Austrian ter rtcri as soon as peace shall have been fi ned, "under reserve of the arrangements to be made at the...

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 — 18 October 1866

rOWVFrICTAL INIE'v/1OGE'J $ gILMOEJU W fL~ltv21 . 1d)?3 Fl~r 'I I', jlt). 1i Ia..: P".',- £"5 O. p-ytng W : " 5e01 pr buawl R-+c. is 9d do p11a-.JQ5O~i do ifhE... Z1 Sr qu ,te r folorw. Fl R £15 10e. Er.n I 91 rer bog el GH rge fl-do qq-tH: Opts, C. lot jai, n. a0 to 5a 0' per busisCi d"r_ J o 7. p r cw lhc. a ' id. 1. 3I nP- hei.,hel r . xt es.1 t; t, 1 per ton.. :a·-.7e C1 per a=/ (k rb 7. pere e'.

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

L_- IGENTS FOR TEE rBEMI P lESS." --0 -fESSPES GO1DO & GOTCH, of Collins street , west, Melbourne, base been appointed Agents for th Jourcnal. M MIDDLETON, Wallan Wallsa, has been ~,oiuted scent for this journal in that disteict. Mr. G.VINGE, Broadford, has been speFDinted SfOr this journal in the Broadford district - . T. GA5NON, Lancadid Bad Station is .? appcinted to receive monies on behalf of the -Free Press" in the Iancereld d aomsey districts,. ard his receipt will be a eneiernt dishbara from all THE KILMORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMORE. THE terms for advertieirg in the Kilm ert Fre press are as under : IWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE PER INCH. A reduction of ten per cent will be made for adertis?cett ordered for one month; twenty per tt fcr two months; and thirty-three per cent for l~e months :-beyond which time a special arrange et will be made. The terms of subscription to the Kilmore Free Pres, vil be 6= Sd per quarter in town,...

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

WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD, Tues?, y, Ocrobrr 16. Present:-The Cha4rman, and Cleary, Curtin, Leihy, M'I LuC, and Mooney. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence as follows was read and considered : 1; 2, and 3. From the Sti es rf Talbot, Ararat, and Warrnamb. ol, relative to conferences The Cl:airman cnggerS'i tLan the Chlrk ahculd write to the various ehi-rs and get themn to hold their conferenco n the one day and to state that the Board would co-aperate in the movement. 4. From R.aia and Bridges ofmice, acknowrladging slatemcnt relative t> m.in road, and asking for furither re!urrs. The Clerk was ordered to write saying he would supply the returns as soon as possible. 5. From the Hon Sce to the Kilnpore Hospital, bringing under notice the pressing necessity of t:e cha:ity, and soliciting a eonation. Mr Mooney thought that the Board's funds did not   warrant them in giving a donation just now. Mr Curtin said that if it were hl.al he w...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 25 October 1866

ilmrort 3r, ¢Pr o PIaBLu.a D TaanYtr xoRxnGs. tHURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1866. THE people of the colony are, to a certain extent, taking leave of their senses, or have already taken leave of some of them. At all events those senses they are at present possessed of are vry susceptibie to su3den impulses, and the finer feelings are aroused and overdrawn in such an elastic manner that in a short time, if things are to proceed as they are noi, we will begin not to enter tain that respect for public opinion that is our usual wont, and will set down. the ver. diet of our Victorian public as. a thing of nought. As a people we appear to be pos. sessed of a sort of mania for the erection of monuments, the presenting: of testimonials, etc., and it is rarely if ever considered as to whether the objects upon which such public favors are bestowed are in any way deserving of such marks of distinction, or as to whether they even fulfilled the functions. necessary to an ordinary cosmopolitan. Why, in th...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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AMATEUR CONCERTIN AID OF THE HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 25 October 1866

AMALTEUR. CONCERT IN AID 'OF THE HOSPITAL On Tuesday evening last an amateur con cert was given, in.the Mechanics' Institute, for the purpose of raising money to augment the funds of the Kilmore Hospital, and, despite the inclement state of the weather, which during the afternoon set in very. wet, a large number of.inhabitants attended-the room being crowded to excess (our reporter being unable to procure a seat for a con siderable time.). The lady vocalists were Mrs Ryan, and the Misses Wolfe, Biddle, E. Biddle, and A. Fleury; and those of the gentlemen who assisted were Messrs Bres nan, HIearn, Taylor, Wilson, and Dr Bindley. The Kilmore Band kindly gave its services gratuitously, and its accompaniment to the singers was very pleasing. Before proceed. ing fiurther we would remark that the heart felt thanks of the inhabitants is due to the ladies who so spontaneously came forward in. the good cause of charity, and whose sweet voices strongly impressed us with the idea that "It is S...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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THE LOVELY LAND. (On a Landscape painted by Maclise.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 25 October 1866

THE LOVELY LAND.. Br J: C. MLraGo. (On a Landscape painted by Maclise.) Glorious birth of mind and'colbur;. Gazing on thy radient face The most lorn of Adam's race Might forget all dolor. What divinest light is beaming Over mountain, mead and grove ! That blue moontide sky above Seems asleep and dreaming. Rich Italia's wild brds warble In the foliage of those trees ;. I can trace thee Veronese,. In these rocks of-marble. Yet, no! mark 1not where quirver The sun's rays on yonder stream ?. Only a Poussin could dream Sueh a sun-and river!" Whatb?old imagining !" Stony valley And fair bower of eglantine !- Here I see the black ravine;.' There the lilied alley ! This-is some rare clime so olden;. Peopled not by men, but fays, Some lone land of genii days, Storyful and golden!. Oh, for magie power to wander One bright year through such a land! ! Might I even-one hour stand{ On the blest-hills yonder ! Biut whatispy r? . . O, by moonlight! 'Tis the same-the pillar tower,. I have oft passed...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 25 October 1866

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. A-FOUR;.LETED SiHtuMICK.--A German ournal recounts the following episode in one of the late battles :-" A young soldier in the midst of the tumult of battle thought he saw on the grass a four-leaved shamrock growing. As such a plant is rare and is considered to bring good luck, he stooped to take it. At that instant a cannon ball passed over his head so-near that he must have been killed if he had not been bending down. The man so miraculously saved has sent the plant to which he owed his life to his be. trothed at Kwnigsburg." JosH BILLInGS TO DOCTOR' HmsUTrE. Dear Doktor, the fact iz, sum men are born grate, sum men get grate after they are born, and sum men have grateness hove upon them. Doktor, yu are awl 3 ov these men, in one. Yu are a kind of vegetable trinity, sassyfrass, pokeroot, and elderberry. It waz a happee thought in yu, tew call yure 'Salva shun Bitters,' a 'vegetable tonicks,' altho old rve aint one ov the vegetables, whiskee iz one or the to...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREE PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 25 October 1866

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR COF THE FREE PDESS.) -o Sr,--Your issue of the 11th' instant con tains an unmanly as well as an unwarrant able attack upon the Seymour District Road Board, and as your numerous readers will be puzzled, and I think entitled to know who the prezent member alluded to is, I think it but right that the information should be elicited in your journal. I there fore volunteer to supply the one-ninth of the information, inz: neither the letter nor any of the sections of the Local Government Act therein referred to, or the pedanticthreat at the conclusion in any sense apply to, or in the smallest degree affect John Muirhead, Tallarook, and I will leave it to the other eight members of the Board to clear them selves in their own way. I at first thought of asking for the name of your correspondent who finishes his letter with such an attrac ;ve signature, but second thought led me to S.-'lude that my list of acquaintances would n,- 9 much honored by the ad...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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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 — 25 October 1866

ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. AT THE KILIMORE POST-OFFICE. Offices I Arrvlr: D p1) ; .. Melbourne " Duly at 7"30 Campbelllield IDaily at 4 p.m., & p.m. (Sutndbys Somerton -at 9 p.m. (Sunays. exespteo). Lt. Donn3 brock I excepted) tera.tut to 8 on Wallan WallanJ p.yment of lato, Beechworth " Tarrawingee Chiltern Indigo Wahgunyah Butherglen Belvoir arnaw artha Albury Wangaratta I Winton Dily at3.45 p.m. Benalls Mondays excepted Sandayexceptead Violet Town Euroa Longwood venel Seymour Tallarook Broadford King Parrot Jamieson Heathcote " Pyalong Tues., Thurs, and Mfon., Wed., and Ieedy Crcek Sat., at 1 p.m. Fri., at noon. !ea .1 Wood's Point Tue.., TrmurL, and WIon., Wed., and Matlock Sat., at 2 a.m. Fri., at 3.45 p.m. Tues.,Thurs., and ue s, Thurs., & Lancefield . Sat., at 3"30 p m. -at. at 4 15 p.m Ihe receiving boxes are clearest daily (tundayes excepted) at 7 30 p.m., and Mir BSarfot's box -'ou p m. Money orders are issued daily (Sandais excoptcd). romn 10 a.m. to 3...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 25 October 1866

NOTICE. "}se OQlsrteru for eubusritirn to the Free JPess rles·e~Tonce on the 23rd Mrcbi, 2S'd June, 23rd teptemher, and 23rd Deeenher. Plrsons cannot wi'berasr their names from the io11 of Subscribers W?itc t palirg up to the erd of the current quarter r s usaribers can be enroll.d et any time by nay irga euh-eriptina proportionate to the pesrl in the uParter otini' g urexpired. Adveriserente re ired. for eazh isue up to two t.m.cn the day prn'taus to publicetion. Each ad rtr.:u.nret s`otld ba' upon the mnanucript the tru' er cf ir.tseiota rcq'ire . Wi.nn no instruc'ions are a?et in referenee to the numhbr of ineertijns, the adveriie rert will te continued urtil countermanded or date ezire, and cherzed arc.rutiigly. Notice to withd-rw an advertigertent ahould be given in r-itir,. ABl orders to a'teror d econtir ue edvertisements mont bo made in witi:ig, and f rwrl:td to the d ~e be'o?a ri p.n. on the Tueriaiy oi-esch week. SI3t.CRIBERS are rrFpec:fuly reqgaeted tj nct fy st the omoe...

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 — 25 October 1866

COXIERCIAL rZSLrjIGEfi E - - _ KILMOUO . W ze-en vhunKilra r.Jlar '`l.. qte4t I.1 , fo Fla', fc5 Os petta Whmet. 6 O per babel Bri, 1. 9d d. Pollsed, 0 do Albin Mills - atr sru Idb s. Flour £15 1e.. Bran 1. 9d pe bushel Pollard 2. do George dcn q'ien~s: Oats, Coibrid1, 5. O to 5. 61 per 1.u Ms Bran, I.9 per bushel t !luad, 2. 3d per bushel Fotst.a, L8 toLS per ton. Hay, 7. Od per ewt M.1f, 7. per em'. PrErDIo.-Prom the Bendign Tdepead'lt e rot' the tflowin wholesale prieei rurrent: ilsur Adelaide, £15 per too .Cole nial, £14' Oia, col.nial, 6. Gd p6 e bhel' Clif, £10 per ton Hay,t9 to to per ton Mlinoum.-F rom the fernlS we qnote the fal cu insg: Flour, Adelaide, £l1 WhatnChilian, 5e. W. Colonist, 6e~to 6. Od. Potatoes, 15 to L6prtoe. Bay, bett, L7 to L8 Straw, L4 to L5-15e rYiK3To.-The followinE are the m iced now ruling: a quoted hr the Kyneton Guardian: Flour, f1410.o to £14 15s per ton Wheat, 5' 61 per bushel Oats 4. to 4s 3d 1 cr buehl HL& ocorTz-The MIfer 1 na-qu re. u...

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THE ART OF PRINTING. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 25 October 1866

TIE ART OF PRINTING. BT BATtRIID TITLOY-A PRLTER. Perhaps there is no department of enter prise whose details are less understood by mintelligent people than the " art preservative" -the achievement of types. Every day, their life long, they are ac ,usto:ned to read the newspaper, to find fault with its statements, its arrangement, its looks; to plume themselves on the dis covery of some rougish antd acrobatic type that gets into a frolic, and-stands upon its head; orof some waste letter or two in it; bat of the process by which the news --~ is -made, of the myriads of motions, .vul thousands of piece; necessary to its composition, they know little and think They imagine they discourse of wonder, . ideed, when they speak of the fair white arp:-t, woven for thought to walk on-of th. rags that fluttered upon the back of the eggar yesterday. But there is something more wonderful sti!Lf When we look at the hundred and lifty-two little boxes, somewhat shaded with the touch (if the ligers...

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 — 25 October 1866

ADVERTISEMENTS: EXHIBITION OF DISSOLVING VIEWS' PI THE NFW MEOCANICS' HALL,. On Friday Evening, October 26tb.. -o--- THE Views will comprise 50 Illustrations of Scripture History, several of which are Photo graphs taken from the- most celebrated paintings in Europe ; Natural History ; Mount Vesuvius; Ha. morous Diagrams; and a Splendid Chromotrope. --o-- And, On Saturday Evening, October 27ih, The Views will consist of CItUKSHANK'S BOTTLE ; and a variety of Illustrations of Temper. anee and Intemperance ;'. the Tale of The Tiger and the Tub ;. Comic Slides and Chromotroprs The whole will be conducted and explained by Ma R. BALDING, of Geelong. Admittance, each evening, one habi ling; Children, sixpence. To com e'rce at 8 o'clock. The proceeds to be applied to the improvenent of the Wesleyan Church. Kilmor. October 20th, 1866. Ds BEAVAN AS reumd the active practice of his Prcfdssin, and is open to all engagements, in town or country " Residence-Old Municipal Chambers, Next Door to Ba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 25 October 1866

AD)VERTISEM3ENTS. - - f 1:8Y gio " ntiien het i Lave aipp!d to t to -- reside.t of the Bolrd of Lind and Worke, un?er the 4..d section of the Amending? Lrnd Ae, ilSj5, for a liceree "o rceidte ot r culti\Lte 40 z, ,red of L nd (-a tiwo en at.?vuj l,'te)ea pcr p!an ec compr?i - g tWe sagi applicaticn and,hereunder der seric-d, tt:; t is to say, situated one miie wemt c afN.W. corner o( &cotion 116 pcris:, of Pyalong,L'clousai. STo be _.urvefed by Mr. Deliaser, c?utract aur rreror. - 'Dated, Oct 19th, 1866. 8t,3 WILLIAMI WELSIL 'HIE u dersignoed hereby give notice that I am _- pip!yige to the Bcard of Land crd Wor.e for lie?s:s to rei43 on or culti ate 2 blockh ol hlud vatainiag_ 20_. acres each under the 42rd sec irmontf the' Aendirc.Zlnd Act,1635, as per .p!an accomparying the taid application, the said land birng iwu ted in t!.e parish of F'y.c:.g, County of Da.housia, near allotment 116. To be surveyed by lr DeIk.aer, contract tur Yeyor. S84ý -TIMOTBY MURPHY. FOR SALE. SWA...

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MURDER AT SCARSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 25 October 1866

-= 3 MURDER AT SCAR1SD A - A most atrociotLt murder..wa :ommittet on Thursday morning .bout break of day, at Searsdale. The Ball:arat Po?t says -" It {appears that one of t.e miners tworking in ,the Golden Stream C~Foin riy's claim, naed 'William 3'Ginley, lieard a nose in his fo-lhouse, and on rai ing outside discLvered a Chinaman stealing hi fwls. It -is sup-. S.,: posed, writes our earsiale: correspondent, b~&-th k the d?dc. ed caught hold-of'tltief,. rhbo stabbed him with .a .ife right through the heart. M'Ginley gave a _iai.h~. ut, which drew the attenticn of the neighbours, two of whom immediately hastened to the. spot, but found that .life was extinct. The nmurderer, we regret to state, mang ed to es cape during the confnsion-that eirisued, and neither of the men who came to the unfortu nate man's assistance, can, it is said, identify' - him.- T;.cdeeas d's i ife has since been in ' j senmiblo,. hut it Is·ioe?eeturid that she will i be able to recognise him.: The grea...

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TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCH. Sydney, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 25 October 1866

,ELEGIAfPHIO DESPATCH. -0 Sydney, October 22. The newly-appointed Roman Ostholio Bishops of BJhurst mad Maitland arrived tb-day, per slip Em prei, from Lnocon. Preparations were made' early this morning to give the bihhops a pu~lic rcception. Three steamers were cha:iered to proceed down the b3y to meet the Empress, teking on board the heads of the Romau Cibholic clergy, the c'eials of the Catholic Guild of 4t. Mary and St. Joseph, and other prominent members of the Catholic body. After welcoming the newly-arrived dignitaries, the steamer returned to Sydney, where- a crowd awaited their arrival. A procesei on was then formed, aad the new bishops and the resident clergy were coadactsd to St. M.r,'s Cathedral, where a very imposing service was performed, in the presence of a crowded congregation.

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OUR MINING RESOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 25 October 1866

OUR. MINING- RESOURCES.. KILtMoRE, unlike many other places-in the colony, has never been characterised for its go-ahead style in enterprise or speculation of any sort; The people here seem. naturally disposed to be behindhand in all matters of business-some being content with being able to procure the bare necessaries of life by hard work-and the first thought that would strike a stranger, upon taking a view. of our position, is that we are an indolent sort of race and can claim no relationship to our big brethren of the -metropolis, Ballarat,. Ben digo, or any of those large towns or centres of. wealth which have become noted not only in Victoria but nearly throughout the broad expanse of tha universe. Melbourne has a high character for commercial enterprise; while Ballarat, Bendigo, Castlemaine, etc., have become known through. their extensive mineral'wealth. But, how. did the -mineral wealth of those places become developed? It certainly was not by. the inhabitants stand ingbehi...

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