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WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD. TUESDAY, MARCH 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 March 1865
WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD. &nbsp; TUESDAY, MARCH 21. The usual meeting of this Board was held at the office on Tuesday last. Present:- The Chairman, and Messrs O'Brien and Griffin. In reply to a note received from Mr. P. Dowling, of Prahran, the clerk was instruc- ted to say that notwithstanding the regret the Board feel at giving any delay to the payment of the deposit made by the late Mr. M. Dowling, as lessee of the -Willow- mavin toll-gate, they nevertheless do not feel themselves justified in paying over the money until probate of the Will was laid be- fore them, and a proper receipt, signed by the executor or executors, as the case may be, given to them. The clerk was instructed to invite tenders for supplying 600 yards of metal, more or less, for the main Sydney road. The meeting then adjourned.
TUESDAY, MARCH 21. (Before D. N. Nicolson, J. Taylor, and F. W. C. Beavan, Esqs. J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 March 1865
TUESDAY, MAIncI 21. (Before D. N. Nicolson, J. Taylor, and F. W. C. Beavan, Esqs. J.P.'s.) William Higgins, charged with being drunk and disorderly, was ordered to be im- prisoned for three days. Same prisoner, for abusive language, was sent to gaol fora month. Same prisoner, for wilful destruction to public property, value l0s 6d, was ordered to gaol for fourteen days. Matthew Murray v. Wnm. Higgins, for assault; defendant was sent to gaol for six weeks.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22. (Before J. Taylor, and F. W. C. Beavan, Esqs. J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 March 1865
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22. &nbsp; (Before J. Taylor, and F. W. C. Beavan, Esqs. J.P.'s) Mr. Moody, Chief Inspector of Distil- leries, had the following persons brought be- fore the Bench for selling spirituous liquors without being licenced, viz., H. G. Carpenter, James Keagle, and William Meek. The two first were fined each £5, and the other got 14 days imprisonment. A case of selling grog without a licence against Mrs. Ackroyd was withdrawn.
SECOND DAY, FRIDAY, MARCH 17. FIRST RACE, [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 March 1865
SECOND DAY, FRIDAY, MARCH 17. FIRST RACE, TOWN PLATE, of 40 SOVS (optional selling race); three times round the course; weight for age. There were three horses entered for this race ; they passed the winning post in the following order: Mr Cusack's b g Mustang, not to be sold ................................ (Weston) 1 Mr Thomas Dryden's c g Elis, to be sold for £75 ................................ (Liersch) 2 Mr Plummer's bk g Swiss Boy to be sold for £25 .................................... (Hamilton) 3 Swiss Boy and Elis led round, followed closely by Mustang. They ran in this order until the third round, when within about three hundrel yards of the winning post Mustang took the lead and came in winner. SECOND RACE, HANDICAP STEEPLECHASE, of 40 SOVS, three times round the course over 6 leaps 4ft 3in. ; en- trance 4 sovs. There was only one entry for this race, and consequently it was a walk over. Mr J Evan's g g Firetail ............... (Liersch) 1 Firetail seemed to find his wal...
KILMORE TURF CLUB ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 March 1865
KILMORE TURF CLUB ANNUAL RACES. &nbsp; STEWARDS:- Matthew Kelly, Esq, R. Baugh, Esq., J. K. Trainor, Esq, F. L. Bindley, Esq, W. James, &nbsp; Esq., W. L. Sawell Esq. JUDGE:- J. M. Ferrell, Esq. CLERK OF THE COURSE AND STARTER: R. G. Bluxridge, Esq. TREASURER:- Alfred Sug- den, Esq. The Kilmore Turf Club annual races came off on Thursday and Friday, 16th and 17th inst., on the racecourse at the east side of the town. The weather was very favor- able, and the course was in good order. The attendance of spectators was not so large as might have been expected. Altogether the races passed off very quietly, and without any serious accident having taken place ; but, however, a few drunken rows occurred on Friday, which were quelled before material damage had been done to life or limb. FIRST DAY. - THURSDAY, MAR. 16. FIRST RACE, MAIDEN PLATE, OF 15 SOVS., Distance; once round the course; weight for age; entrance 2 sovs. There were only two entries for this race; the horses ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. MARCH 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 March 1865
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. MARCH 17 Transatlantic, ship, Aberdeen Clipper Line, 1000 tons, W. Philip, from London 14th December. MARCH 18 Vernon, ship, White Star Line, 1319 tons, T. &nbsp; &nbsp; Thornhill, from Liverpool 28th December. &nbsp; PROJECTED DEPARTURES. &nbsp; For London—Royal Standard, 1st April, Woles- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ley, 6th April.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 March 1865
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. &nbsp; KILMORE Wheat 7s 6d to 8s 6d per bushel &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; LATEST RETAIL PRICES &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Oats, Colonial, 4-01 to 4s 6 per bushel &nbsp; Bran, 1s 6d to 1s 8d per bushel Pollard 2s per bushel &nbsp; &nbsp; Potatoes, 8s 6d to 10s per cwt. Hay, 5s 6d per cwt. HEATHCOTE -From the McIvor News we quote &nbsp; &nbsp; the following prices: &nbsp; &nbsp; Flour, best, £26 per ton Wheat, 7-6d to 8s 6d per bushel &nbsp; Pollard, 3s per bushel Bran, 1s 10d per bushel &nbsp; &nbsp; Oats, 4 6d per bushel Prime *Cee =rats, 3s 6d per bushel &nbsp; Hay £5 15s per ton Potatoes £3 to £9 per ton KYNETON. The following are the prices now selling, &nbsp; as quoted by the Kyneton Guardian: - Flour, £21 to £23 per ton Wheat, 8. 3d to 8s 6d per bushel Oats 3s to 3s 6d per bushel BENDIGO -From the Bendigo Independen...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 March 1865
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. LANCEFIELD MAIL. - When the contract for the direct mail between Kilmore and Lancefield was about being entered into it was anticipated by the inhabitants of Spring— field that a post-office would be established at that place. It is now near two months since the contract was accepted, and yet the Springfield people have no post-office nearer to them than Kilmore or Lancefield, which puts them to a great deal of inconvenience. The direct mail between here and Lancefield is of very little use, as we have nearly the same facilities, for forwarding letters, &c., afforded us via Melbourne. It is to be hoped, therefore, that steps will at once be taken to have a central post-office at Springfield, as it would be a great advantage to the residents in that district. A report was current in the town for the last few days that a man commonly termed " Black Jack" had died from the effects of a blow received on the head on the Kilmore racecourse on Saturday. From inq...
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 23 March 1865
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. Mr. Strachan gave notice in the Legisa tive Council on Tuesday that, on to-day, he would ask whether it was the intention of the Government to introduce the new tariff clauses into the annual Appropriations Bill. The Lord Chancellor of Ireland has pro- &nbsp; nounced a decree on the petition of Mr Napo- leon A. Bonaparte Wyse, eldest son of the late Sir Thomas Wyse, praying for a specific performance of certain marriage articles on the 0ccasion of the marriage of the deceased, in Paris, with Madame Letitia Bonaparte, daughter of Lucien Bonaparte, Prince of Can- ino. The object of the petitioner was to es- tablish his right to the estates of his father the Queen's County and the County of Waterford. There is another suit pending as to the amount of jointure to which Madame Wyse is entitled, but that is not affected by the decree. The effect of the order made will be to place Mr. Napoleon Bonaparte Wyse in possession of his paternal estates, the title t...