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THE NEW LAND LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865
THE NEW LAND LAW. -4--~----.'' ' The bill to amend the Land Act of 1862, which was brought before Parliament on the 30th November last, having passed through g both Houses, received the Royal assent on Thursday last, and is now. the law of the land. The following are the leading prin ciples of the measure: L Free selection after survey in proclaimed E agricultural areas. 2. The distinction of " white" and " blue" - provided by the Land Act of 1S62 abolished. 3. A ýelector to have the right to select from 40 to 640 acres in one or more allot ments, at £1 per acre. 4. To hold as lessee, for a period not ex ceeding seven years, at 2s per acre payable half-yearly in advance. 5. To make improvements to the value of £1 per' acre within two years. The im provements are defined to be cultivation, fencing, clearing, draining, making dams or reservoirs, the erectionofhabitable dwellings, farm, or other buildings. 6. No assignment to be allowed within three years, and not then unless improve m...
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29. (Before the Police Magisrate, and J. K. Trainor, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865
WED-?ESD?T, MARCH 29. (Before the Police Magisrate, and J. K. Trainor, Esq., J.P.) Mary Ann Wilson, on a charge of lunacy, was committed to prison as a dangerous lunatic.
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "FREE PRESS." [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE " FREE PRESS." Si,-$ -- not the Melbourne Acdlm-ati Slla,--Is not the Melbourne Aicclimatisi tion Society considered to be a national in stitution for national purposes ? If it is, then, is it not the duty of the various muni cipal bodies throughout the colony to co operate with it, not only in preserving the rare and useful birds, beasts, and fishes of the colony as well as in the endeavour to acclimatise others ? I aak the auestion because I wish to know if our Municipal Council recognise their obligation to preserve some of the beautiful aquatic birds that sometimes settle on our small reservoir, but which are immediately ruthlessly shot ? especially the rare and beautiful black swan. Should we not consider the Borough Council as the custodians of these ? Yours, &c., AVIS.
KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 27. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865
KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. F MoniAY, MARCH 27. The usual meeting of the Kilmore Borough Council was held on Monday evening. Pre- I sent:--HIis Worship the M:ayor, and Councillors Hudson, Murray, Sugden,Butler, Arcus, and Thomas. The minutes of former meeting were read r and confirmed. CORRESPIONDECE. 1. From MartinFlynn, informingthe Coun- I cil that he had givenup his contract, in Piper street, to one of his sureties, Mr Dunphy, who was willing to carry out the work, and stating he was willing all monies should be paid to that gentleman. Councillor Thomas moved that M?rDunphy, by finding two sureties, be allowed to take up the contract. Councillor Sugden seconded the motion. Cr Arcus moved as an amendment that the sureties of Mr Flynn be allowed to take up I the contract. Seconded by Councillor Dobinson. The amendment, on being put, was de clared carried, the Mayor and Councillors Arcus, Dobinson, Hudson and Murray voting for it. 2. From J. Keeling stating that his con tract for lamp...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. Wºhet 7 |61 to 81 61 per bmuhl L?sr r Brur.m Patcs. (We, Cobr.i.l, 4.01 to 41 6d per bushel B- ,1 6d to Is 8J per bushel Pollard, 2a per busthel Potatoes, 8s t) 10s per cet. Hay,5e 64 per cat haff, 6t per ees. Hzracor-s.-F?am te i ear es we qote the following pricee: Floor, beet, £24 per tan Wheat, 8S 03 to 8s 63 per buhdel Pollard. St per tashe Braes 1t. 8 per bmhel Ots, 4e 61 per busohel Prime are oests, 5 6. per bushel Hay £5 10. per too Pocatoes, £L per ton Kriror.-The followina ae the price now rnuling m quoted by the Kyneton Gsardias: 'ur, 2l so £22 per ton Wheat, se 3d to 8e 61 oer bushel Oet as to 3i 6d per bushel Basmoo -Trom the Bendigo Indepedent we quote the following wholresle prices current: Fiour Adelaide, £27 per too ~ Colriai, £C? . ~ Chilian £23 , Bran, tr per be'esl Ote, cIoonil, 4. 91 per bushel thal? £5 per ten .-y, £4 5ri per ton Vxamrna .--From the Pnarld w quote the ful losing: Tkur, Adluide, £23 to £25 10s Tusmanisn,L22 Pota...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. OUSEiLVEs.-Our contemporary the "Ex aminer," in its issue of Friday last, points out a mistake made by us in not announcing by placard or otherwise the publication of the first number of this journal. We admit the " soft. impeachment," and only hope that the sudden appearance of the " Kilmore Free Press" has not given a shock to the nerves of any of our townsmen, or if it has we trust they will soon recover its effects. FATAL AccIDE?T.--A sad accident befel a child, seven years old, named Thomas Coubrough, at the Albion mill, New Town ship, on the night of Tuesday last. It is' supposed that the boy went into the mill in search for his father, who works there, fell asleep on the wheat in the large bin, and was drawn downwards while the wheat was being drawn off. Theboy'sbodywasnot recovered until Wednesday forenoon, when it was found at the bottom of the wheat bin quite dead. Great sympathy is felt for the afflicted parents. At the inquest held by Dr Nicol. son, c...
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865
3IISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. by 1 Th i1 ie t on the body of the man Emai- in i und Ja.A~b , who died from the effect of a lay worral ifli cttd upon him at the Whitting- the ion hotel, Bourke street. Mvelbouraae. ujn wi h the Qa22 inta:nt, by .,ph B.,n, a bul' kllow rxag?man, was hli- i ~n Thur:cdav la-t. cull at the llospital and re-ulted in a er,.i-t of 'i wilful mnurer a,?a?:it o.o c:;, Brown. who min was then corauiitted for t:i . uca the i o- ak roner's warrant. _N light ,: thr 1, uia ely thecau-e of the qtarr el "I e h I,,o tcl further than a .nex'r -i t mentio::ned i one -u-i, watness ashaving-m lenu nrird L til-iri oneur 0'( -" have as much ridt t, it a v,.t ave." Flu The coroner. in hiL. asaih un. exl re-sed for his belief that thL w ita_-se .- were aca1:ainlted aut with the parricurl:,- ofe t ,iuarcir, but wcre rep not inciedto ~ive i . Co:-. erl; e ilter: t tha was manfifeteda to tl? ralt of thc. inquiry. .. a large numbr: of per Ion..- t.i : co:gregated nin at the gates of th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865
PuniErIoo is BETTErrxTIIAN CutE. pLEURO.PNEUMONIAPFRE1-EEDhYr using COLEMAN' ISi;OtiJ LTl SG LABSO3 Mr Caletnhn (certified prpil of Mr 3. Miectmhle, MJLC.C.s., Plcn:o-pncunmon's Ccmnri Toner, &n.) ba3 peronal;y, alplied thi. imp rta.t ciievfcry to eesr ar thousand t f cattle with the most perfect sue eaa, and be can cc-fidently pr-t a per ctc immu nity from rl:ii te;rinba aour.aE to all cattLa meaeonably and rrnp.rly treated with this specifc, wiihout loss of ife or tail, or any viaible departure frcm the ordinary etrdiions'of hcaltb. Anmle" ikethictions are given, tnd anyone capi spp!y it. CHARLGES. For loO head -------- ..._.....« .................. t I For200 head... _ . ».,.. ...... .. 5 Every adicOn el e 100 lead . . . ......... . 1 From MI to0 COs per Lhead . Purihaases 10,1eibe fz-r of I&lt;3 and upwards uihbe Sprovided with a neat cape, ontaining ther absrbent, instrument, inetru 4;o~s &c. TEEMS CASHI. ir Ccle j -in be hap .y to wake arrangements far ...
LATER NEWS FROM NEW ZELAND. WELLINGTON, 18th March. SYDNEY, 27th March. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 30 March 1865
LATER NEWS FROM NEW ZELAND. (BY ELECTRIC TE'LEGRAPH, VIA &nbsp; SYDNEY) WELLINGTON, 18th March. Sydney, 27th March, On the 13th inst. a skirmish took place between the troops and the rebels at Patea. Forty rebels were killed. Our loss consisted of one killed and three wounded. A party of 80 friendly natives has been doing great mischief to the rebels. They have captured seven redoubts and one pah, and killed or captured a number of the rebels. John Williams, leader of the friendly natives, died of wounds he received whilst fighting. The natives of the Bay of Plenty hanged the Rev. Mr. Volkner on the 2nd March. He was a Church of England Missionary. They ate his heart, eyes, and brains, a Priest of the new superstition setting them the ex ample. They spared the Rev. Mr. Grace, a Roman Catholic Priest, but destroyed the schooner Eclipse. It is reported that gold has been discovered at Ratgom, in the North Island. General Cameron was by latest accounts at Patea, and his Excelle...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 6 April 1865
NOTICE. Ili Quarter, fr scberunon to the Free Press w0 esmCe on the 23rd Mare}, 23rd Jule, 23rd PFeitecbr, and 23rd Deembtr. Ptraoria rearrt itbaw teiwr noaes from the toll of Ssbcritrrs -i oaot pTy-g ap to the en ! of th.- currtnt quarte-r. :[ is '4cTl.-t3 cn be tzrclled at ar yi rie by ifey. u g a fub- ti$0 proporicnate to the reriad in the qnrtrer rnwi ni g unfriired. Adeetutia. ents re-'tived fw o i 4me no to two t .az a :be day pre.i us to puuAioaokiv. Lrch an W;uimsuett alouhd b-a up% a 'he manuecript. the 34115he ofat riace a ttqngte.:. WhenF no iretrnchions are it.i in rerfielt' o 'Ihe rnm! Er ti irerrlz's, the acvatistaP t ifl he eonit rued untri aocriermanded, sr dtte einire, end Eharred acc~rdiuk1y. Notice to whihdru an adr.rti emtt s:.cu!4 lb gives in AlA rrdet to s tr or ditor.titut advPrtiritredat metr be made in wri~irg, and fIrrwyrded to this t icebefae dx pn. of the Tucei, (.f etch wick.
NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH BY FOUL AIR. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 6 April 1865
NAnnow EsCIPE raOM IDEATIT BT FOUL Ain.-Of late the air has been so bad in the workings of the Great Central Company that they have been obliged to keep a fire lighted in the air shaft. On Monday morn ing, the first shift, before going down, did not take the precaution to ascertain if the fire was burning properly. If they had done so, they must have discovered that the timbers of the shaft had taken fire, and the life of the men would not have been placed in im mnment peril. As the timbers burned, some earth fell into the shaft and choked it. The consequence was that a man named Griffiths, working at the face of the main drive, was nearly suffocated by foul air. t, When brought to the surface he was mut, and a delay of a few minutes would have proved fatal."-"Daylesford Express," March 30th. A SON HAInOFD BY HIS FATHER. The Court of Assizes of the Manche has just tried a man named Bouvet, a small farmer, residing at Coulouvrav-Bois Benatre on a charge of having, onthe iSth July la ...
EXTRAORDINARY SWINDLING AT SHREWSBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 6 April 1865
EXTRAORDINARY SWINDLING AT SHREWSBURY. --o-- -0- (FnIO TUE MORNING STAB.) Mr. Charles Ashworth, a gentleman whose family hold a prominent and influential position in the north of England, being on his way to visit a relative in Shropshire, stopped for. a night at Shrewsbury, and put up at the Raven Hotel. We know not whether, while he slept the sleep of innocence his pillow was disturbed by visions of impending dire disaster, but fate had a terrible rod in pickle for him, and its application was not long delayed. At ten o'clock next morning, probably when he was indulging in those pleasant musings which naturally follow in the train of a Com fortable breakfast, there entered to him John Morgan, who straightway introduced himself as a detective policeman from Carmarthen, and told him he had a warrant to apprehend him for stealing in that town, and subsequen tly selling there for £15 a watch and chain. In vain did Mr. Charles Ashworth state his name and acdress, the starting point of ...
BYLANDS & GLENBURNIE ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, APRIL 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 6 April 1865
BYLANDS & GLENBURNIE ROAD BOARD. -4----- MONDAY, APRIL 3. The usual monthly meeting of thie °,Board was held at the office, Bylands, on Monday last. Present:--The Chairman (Mr. M. Nunan) and Messrs. M'Kay, Dowling, and O'Dwyer.,, Mr Dowling proposed that a letter from the Pyalong Board, asking this Board to co operate in making a crossing on Hamilton's Road, lie on the table. Seconded by Mr. O'Dwyer. Carried Mr J. Lyons applied for and got anexten sion of time to allow him to complete one of his contracts. A letter was read from the Kilmore Bo rough Council, suggesting that delegates be sent to a meeting on the 6th inst., to con sider a letter from the Roads and Bridges office with regard to the Willowmavin toll money. Mr. O'Dwyer moved that the Chairman and Mr. Dowling be sent as delegates to the meeting. Mr. M'Kay seconded the motion. Mr. Dowling moved as,,an amendment that their solicitor be consulted on the mat ter, and that they learn from him what fund the law expenses...
MAURITIUS. HURICANE AND GREAT LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 6 April 1865
MAURITIUS. 0o IIURICAxE AND OREAT LOSS OF LIFE. From the " Port Lous Gazette" of 14th February we take the accompanying parti culars ofa most disastrous hurricane, attended with loss of many lives, that occured on the afternoon of the 8th:-"The threatening weather of Saturday evening and Sunday morning, with the gradual falling of the bar. ometer, led us to suppose that a cyclone was approaching us. At 4 o'clock, however, a slight rise in the 'barometer and heavy rain tended to dissipate the. fears entertained. But when we saw with satisfaction that the chances of a hurricane were diminishing, we little thought we were on the eve of an inun dation more sudden and more terrible in its consequences than has ever been witnessed in this colony. We regret to have to record the loss of several lives. As for the property lost ,it was very considerable, consisting prin cipally of goods and shops. The rivulets Pouce and Tonniers, receiving the torrents from the mountains, swelled beyond meas...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 6 April 1865
AGENTS FOR THE" FREE PRESS." --o- W ESS] GORDON A GOTCH, of Collire street west, Melboarn, have been appoin.ed Agents for this Journal Mr HENSCHALL, of SEYMOUR, has ben ap .ed Agent for this Journal for the district of Mr MABONEY, Teacher, Bylards, has been ap pointed Agent for this Journalin that distric: Mr T. FOX, of TALLAROOK, has been ap pointed Aneat for this Journal in that di.trict Mr QUINN, Storekeeper, BFOADFORD, has bee appointed Agent for this Journaliu the Lroad tord distrit. MearsDUN &KILLY, Stoekeepear,D ARLING ORD, Big Rier, has been appointed agent in that cistrine for this JournaL THE- KILIORE FREE PIESSI PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREET, KILMOP.E. 'fBE terms for advertising in the Kilore Fiee 1 Pran re as under : TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE PER INCH. A reduction of ten per cent will be made for advertisements ordered for coe month; twenhy per omt for two months; and thirty- three per cent fur three months :-beyond which time a spec.al arran...