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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 18 May 1865

U N i ABLE FOR CMI!?N.> G :: AGENTS FOR le C. GRESSON, ESQ CE RTIFYITG SOLICITOR U DEI1'. THE LAND) ACT,' CHANCERY LAN E, M7ELBOURNE. KILMOIRE ST. PA TRICK'S SOCIETY. A SPT'CIAL OENER&T. z IEETIlG of mern hield a: iii R.);: O,ý 1ou'el, ilwlctrc', ",+ii the Is' , udut, 18' 5, at taltf p r.t ea . n .prn. for t:. pnrposc .; t±Laa! tit s =tei t -I C t : c:td;r to 1n: ui u benefit one T11O ASi 1iU: I', HioIn. StC. Knimore, Vu :', 186.5 T!.'o abcva ;,.t;nguit~lel A.?*e:s U'TILLT give LTWO GRANT) CONCERTr at V £E 110 i'h.3L, , Iiiao,'e. on i'l11711. DAY w FKID'Y EVEISING.i.t::e 13'h anio 191th. Cocrtc-r to .,j' a S; a -. hl Adrniosz n, .Fri. ' at:: , 3, 3.:tk Seas, 2-.; c3;i. ha o b tb .iuit I " fr. i1-U'41. i;:l r.or Hotecl TENDERS. TEND '3S aro r~qui-e t t r ;00-1.Ne( a.4i SLAPI[Nr !4 tso r` ,c:ru 3rik 3, ,. m k~ , f-u 'Pr" i,"tiit 1?.'l' i !5"1 .r6 tr: ';u"';tti~::r tý 4^ .ref, i:t r.lli.7; r {ilt G I( tc lfr:it' on Ltcd a'trr" iFidt) , 1..-; ii. ctEiu rd :-i bt t .nrdi. am ....

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AMERICA. NEW YORK, MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 18 May 1865

AJERICA. Euw YoRK, A31_&cn 18. " Sherman is near Cape Fear River, ad v-:ucing steadily on Lynhebburgi; having de fctc:l Earir.i. Sherman,s, victorious march 1.:s thuis earried him through Georgians; '~iTh Carolirn, and into-the centre of North C:- r.lin:. some 300 miles probably from his t.ir;i.p:cint, Savannah. On the otherside, :-:rin suc-cessfuily follows up his course in -t: ran Virginia, Lynchburg lying about .i:,:v ;miles south of Charlotte-rille. The - of c'nfiiiet Ls narrowing rapidly, and , : epeet to have important intelligence , r -t.. WhYt with Grant tenaciously S n?n c and watching his opportunity R.~e ichmond, Sheridan not 100 miles 4-. -t of it, and Sherman rapidly ap : Iing from the south, with more than SI,:if th!e distance betwesn Savannah and the ; t Cnfederate stronghold 'overcome :iir; look very gloomy for the Southern S rm?n is said to have burnt Columbias G:;-. G-c rgcetown, i'haing been evaeutted, if 2i: po? e.--ion of the Federals, as also is Aug u ....

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 May 1865

SHRIPPING INTELLIGINCE. VXC' jW D P ririC :ýZ 's ; Seg z Jn e NOTICE. }.w Q arse's =c= sb-i=-si: v to A Free Tr ess7 ,Aed.tr, wati `3": it:.i t.rc: : " i~u' t r -rat T''kdxa. rr r:~i E ·:i 1, e; :&ti c ý ii .-ra t :"-f s iLi t i eýt ,° yRa a 7!!i . *r 'x r :` · {,':. · °',.i ·;·rZI S.' t.r sL1 re ,rt. s 3i Sr·. .!.; :."m i'· <ie b i s r- :a z n ci; G nu' d't=it_: he g.` t"i1:i ::42:: Ad t.;iecta*r's to 'r~i 'vrf1 i,'t'rP.: t:+ " ' w :.`.L cr.t 2iz rs-, g.-' onc etiuc' aticu. Ef nci w -ick T':L-sifi1£Lý s * i b · upon ii Z vL·S4.FLj`' tb { LiL i o€ ii rl;.,;_ . itke+. WhfC ::o Cabr iLni, Ih "1 i~e ti Ena :t~x iii? K":t 2ler-t7 t2L2! Crrcnter!_ied, j ý: aIresveý+ HiebbaK dR28i:1?-T. .:!is sr~; anai -tipter S F'.dtog eai nwr I r is r m iz~gft and" ferwedrtiled to'ica` rfic· t~rre ! x r r& on the Tuf~aaq of me wS ck. UNSUITABLE FOR MICROFILMING. Sben appointed to co nmmand the Great u :cn during the laying' of thi~e tl :'tic i.:ar.:ph cable. .. .. .. tuart Mdi...

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 May 1865

' COiB31IERAL nJELLIGENCP. OFIlA RETAIL Fr I is i' ' 9 ~#rcto i;0 e~u lM j:t?-Ur - a'c M mr r'ei wip-"er Oa;4 6&trrr-b04.i KjS.'n -rite ,as#.ed e V tict iZ~ -uu ": ifqE4H I{Lrskfi.a'rif~ - Ftic t3, IQ r tte a Gu rw;Z E,~rsnra -Fro 9 -a flh&¼ lev1 a*jw. tte4r 3[ict 3 t i3 : rl F Fo-.r AltL14c, L2 r g., brt! *I, n flrSr r r ;tA ,-aff.... e rrs j1 4 l~ t'-n n..,t~-Fznits TrraW q~t'r.-e the fti Y-G-:ri, L42 2"C -~: Lnn1J. - Fec~j voe3 piir1·9 ;r jsq .r.Ut rie L Ifs js-i~.r ¶0i~thl~~ P £;1 trtLC: L ItNt jir~a .mitueirL4UistftI 'Ftnr IZItSst, -jr tI:· .; gar, l_3 laa t3 ii" IWAGslL:-iWC q:t t r 9i t r L:ispzfcla--' tI' r ritAi rs raarngý -lz r e t, 'lieu Ih - D`~2t TESt ;.·xndr ,i~trf !S'-iJrh *sq?;tc Cl-. LFe~t Lsi bttdz~g:.r a! T +e3 : »! t ZS . , ra Eii; sRC Z. 114 buttk ¶YL ctansuu4 for ezr eri k.. e a - -. eu e^ $ "'r. ; ", tG ..ýti T"2rya : fP' '.+ Sls CLT- p.*.a O b-ir ti.---l'4 '0 $$. re - Weeis the p;ere ut th si9. Weiu s2 is et at a 9: 41i lerr teeb.-ti ri a C !O...

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 — 18 May 1865

C)Coci.r . =The weli-kno:n and t:dented artiites, Mr. and Mrs. Jodepih Heine, vibolin ist and pianist, will give their grand coacerts this (Thuirsday) and tbamorrow (FridaS-) evenings, at KellI'i, Kin?orie hIotel. Mr. ajid Mirs. ein r nav3 been so iiivoiably received both in England and this ccuntrv, and their perforianccs s? hi dglj" poeil of by the British and coionial pre.., that iwe have no doubt it .will be a treat to hear them. Those who. have had ihi pleasure of hearing Mr. ani Ir.s::eei , in; Melbourne or else= where require n7 other tian that recoiommehla dation, w\hilst parties who have rno bAfore had that opportunity ar saiie to ±?i 'e adfrah tage of their presenea ins Kilmore tp gratitv their lon;giug to !ieai s~mo' :edj i briliant iMr. Love's 'I \ rTET 'I\",IEST.-Our oln temnporai~> the "Exhiniwer." in it:;usual off hand style, announcei the 1ot th!at aui'eit i tainumeut W?a?givena? by; Mr. Loye on.Wed 1'e10day night. at the Red Lion hotel. We ',may-statoe the entert...

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 May 1865

FAGENTS FOR THE "FREE PRESS." -- MESSRS GORDON & GOTCH, of Collirs street west, Melbourne, hav been appointed Age?its for this Journal. Mr HENSCHALL, of SBEYMOUR, has been ap pointed Agent for this I?ournal for the district of Seymour. Mr MARONEY, Teacher, Bylands, has been ap pointed Aeent for this Journalin that district Mr QUINN, Storkeeper, BROADFORD, ha been appointed Agent for this Journal in the Bread ford diarCie Mu ? rsDUllNNYELLYStieeelpe.s,DAb LIN FORD, Big River, has been appointed agent in that distrietfr this Journal. THE KILMIOR PFIE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT STDN?rY STUET, ZILMOs.L 1p terms for advertiing in the slwsre Free SPree are as under: TWO SHILLINGS AND )81 PUNCE PER INCH. A reduction of ten per cent will be made for advertisements ordered for one month; twenty per ant for two months; and thirty-three per cent for three montb :-beyaod which time a specsl arrange meet wilt be made. The terms of subeription to the Kilore Fre Press will ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 25 May 1865

NOTICE. The Quarters far ,ubseription to tha Free Press V :U cmmence on the 23rd Murch, 23 d Jue, 23-d Eepterrber, and 23rd Deernibe,. Ptreone cannot ,itldraw their ramet et rr- the toll on S~ibrcrilere witbout paying ep to the end of thr curreot Qtitrttr. Nv w uhacibers can be enroiled any tiaxe by ry* inga ibrcbrirtioP prcporionate to the lenod in the quatier recraini' g urtlFired. Adre-tiesrrcnts rertivd for each i.eue up to two p4m. on jhe c ey prerious to Fublicatifl. Each ad vertirn~ent shot id b~a" upon tb'> nrinuloipt the number of inltrioise requice ,. Wbtr. : inatruoti. ri are eent in refe'crc-e to r he : eaut ..r if inter i",ne, the a vreitri*nl wijl he cont ur'i urtt! nornenranded, cr data extcire, cni c!,arcjd accrndir:n]y. ŽJtrec F) withdraw so rF(cr:irrleni e i,u rt to giren in yri irg. t! crde a t3 a't-r rr di.continue adrcrtiemnents m'et be m·.~e in w i-i g, rnd fcrrwe rdd to the Eiceb fore F x p m. on rt-: Tuaeis¶ of etcht week.

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MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 25 May 1865

(FROM THE WOOD'S POINT TIMES.) In the Vulcan Prospecting Claim the tun nel is being vigorously proceeded with by six men working at eight hours shift. It is six feet wide to admit of two tramways, and is now in 100 feet; the driving not being very hard. The line of reef, as indicated in the surface workings, is in about 200 feet beyond this. This tunnel is being driven at the joint cost of the No. 1 North, No. 1 South, and the Prospecting Claim. The tunnel of No. 2 North is in fifty-two feet, through very hard slate, and but little progress is being made in consequence. This Company has been registered under the Act. No. 3 and4 North Amalgamated are suspended for a fortnight. The tunnel is in 100 feet, and tenders are about to be called for another 100 feet. The Great Atlantic Prospecting Claim, in which the reef was found on the surface and followed down about fifteen feet, have sunk a shaft seventy-five feet deep, at which point the reef was again touched. Much difficulty was expe...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 25 May 1865

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, M'AY 23, 1S65. In the Legislative Council on Tuesday, MIr. Fawkner moved a resolution declaring MIr. W. J. T. Clarke, a member of the House, guilty of contempt, in absenting .himself without leave. Mr. Clarke explained that he was pre vented from attending earlier by the late gales. The motion was not seconded, and there fore could not be entertained. The Lien on Crops Bill, and the St Kilda and Brighton Railway Sale Bill were each read a third time. Several other bills were advanced a stage. The HIouse adjourned at twenty minutes to six o'clock until Thursday.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 25 May 1865

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, MLAY 19, 1865. In the Legislative Assembly on Friday, Mr Pope proposed a resolution having for its object the grant of a sum of money to Mr. llargraves, the gold discoverer, as com pensation for his discoveries and labours. The hon. member observed that, in 1854, a select committee of the old Legislative Coun. cil recommended that Mr. Hargreaves should be paid £10,000. The Legislature, however, adopted the recommendation only so far as to vote £5,000, and divide it between Mr. Hargreaves and six other persons who claimed to be discoverers of local gold-fields. These men made subsequent applications to Parliament, and received additional rewards, while the claims of Mr. Hargreaves to fur ther recognition had been thoroughly ig nored. Mr. Sullivan opposed the motion. Be tween £2,000 and X3,000, he observed, was awarded to Mr. Hargreaves in 1851; and he saw no reason to impugn the decision arrived at on that occasion. The Legislature was in a much better p...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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UNREGISTERED ARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 25 May 1865

U 1EGISTERED ARMS. Jehn Connors pleaded guilty to tbo charge of ha- nze even r 'caesion caps in his poases'ion. dir. Penre'a-her appealed on behalf of Connors to Me. 0'0, nnor 8.1 , Bs to the chanrcer of the prisoner; Mr. O'Connor gavse 'im a favorab!e c aracter. R iita csr,:rctd fo b`e ccrfire for thre days. Seven percussion caps! For the possession of these, a man has peon sentenced to incar ceration for three days! A man of good character, too, and to whose good character testimony has been borne by the Constabu lary themselves ! We ask our readers to picture to themselves the whole scene, which certainly has its comic, as well as its serious aspects. In thefirst place, the discovery of these. caps, how did it occur? Where were those "unregistered arms" found ? In the bottom of an old box, knocking about with old nails, and dust, and scraps of paper-or on a shelf in the kit:hen-or in Co.son's pocket ? How did the policeman look when helighted oft those t~erible bombs, those seven...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 25 May 1865

TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1865. In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday. MIr. Moore asked when the Government intended to proceed with the Customs Du ties Laws Amendment Bill? Mr. 3&'Culloch saidi rhe question was subtantia:ilv the same as that put by Mr. Le;i l.-t wek, andl he was not inn position to .;ve . answver diil?oent to the one sub n'iti,,1 on t?hLa occasown. On the motion of Mr. 3,'Cullocb, the HIouse re.olved, on rising, to adjourn over the Quicn's birthday. On the order of the day for the consider ation of the message of the Legislative Coun cil, insisting oa their amendment .in' the Pnblic Moneys and Audit Law Consolidation Bill. M1ir. linbotham observed that an im pression. :?pearec to prevail that by this bill the Assei bly adopted an alteration of the law which the Council sought to remedy. The fact was that the existing law would be altered, uot by the bill as proposed by the Government, but by the amendment intro. duced by the Council. The Council were o opinion that...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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"UNREGISTERED ARMS." [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 25 May 1865

"UNREGISTERED ARMS." FROM THE NATION. A case which was disposed of at the Thur les Quarter Sessions, will, we" hope, receive all possible publicity in this country, and fir beyond the Irish shores. We trust our Irish contemporaries will give itthe benefit of the'r circulation, that the American journals will also copy the announcement, and that some friends of Ireland will call attention to it in the 1French press. It is already known to Irishmen-but cer tainly not so well. known to others-that throughout a great portion of this island it is a crime against English law to possess arms of any sort. Some of the prosecutions for this offence, carried out by the Crown, have been, as our readers will recollect, of the most trumpery character-acts of mean and paltry tyranny which any other Goveramen t in the civilised world would scorn to commit. At one time it was an old woman that was arrested: and punished for having in her pos session the disjecta memlibra of some old fire arms, mere ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 25 May 1865

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE FRCJ.cTFD DEr2TCrEs. F1r Lowoos.- T anafac,29 h 2Ma¶; Sie i Oth June. __ _

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 May 1865

AREEIVAL A\`D DESPATCH OF MAILS AT TUE ZILMIORE POST-OFFICE. Ooee I Arrival Dejarsu e Clsmpbellfim~beld 1 Daily at 4 p.m., & p 1)m. (Snnci?- y 14 $imertou .ntspmm (Sundafel Fxcep(L6) Lrt Dainybroc h txirpted) tern sent to3"tr: WaJlzn Wallan pa~jmerit . i -a fer-6di Beediuorth arr rwin OhCrdtnt Irdigo Wohguiyah Rntherglen BdPoir V~Iar~rawrtla ATlmry W ngaratt Winton Daily a 2 a.m. Dilwat345par B~ralla Mondays excepted funds- exeepte Vaulet Town - Euwros Avenel - S.eywaok Broadford King Parrot Jamibeon J Hrathects Pjuerkmw j Toe.., Thur., aV Iein, Wd., end Besdf Criek I Bar., at 1 p.m. Fri., at noon. Yea J Wood'* Point } Tee., Truro., ani 'Lon., Wed., end Matlock Sjt., ,t2aan. Fri.,at 3 45 paa Tm.., Tnour,., anr: ftee , Thurs., & Lenefir eld . St.,rt 3-30 p m. at. qt4415 p-=, The receiuing boxes are cleared daily ($ond.: a ex cepted) at 7'30 p.m., and MPr Blrf ot' box a,3.30 pm. lmn y orr'ers are issued daily (3znde3, excepted) urml am.3 33)p.we.

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 May 1865

CO3MMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMOBE. Wheat 7s 63 to se 63 per bushl1 LrST o0 RETAIL PFrCEs. Oltr, Crloniil, 3s 93 to 4. 01 per -ushcl B.- les 63 to Is 81 per bushel Poilrd, 2. per bus'?el Potst , 71 t> 8a per cwt. faiy, S 61 per ct Chaf, 64 per ew. liaracolT.--From the 3Ivor Times we quote tle following prices: Flour, hest, £24 per ton Whews, 8, 0d to 8s Sd per bushel Pollard, 2e 33 per bushel Bran, 1 8l per bushel Ots, 4- 6d per bushel Priers see' oats, 59 6d per bushel Hay £1 10s per ton Puttoesee, £10 per ton K SrT:r.--The follownin are the prices now ruling as quoted by the Kyneton Guardian: Flour, £21 to £21 10, per ton Wh at, 8S Der bushel Oats 3e to 3: 83 per bushel BrsDGco.-From the Bendigo Indeperdent we qtrte t'ie following wholesale prices current: Floor Adelaide, £27 per tan , Coh nial, £L24 , Chilian £23 ,, Bran, 2s per bushel Oats, colovi'l, 4 93 per bushel 0 sff, £5 t er ton IIay, £4 15s per ton P'st;BoraL .-From the Perald we quote the i,.l lorn.g : FlI'ur, Adelaide...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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I MISSED THEE, MY MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 25 May 1865

I MISSED THIEE, MY IOTIIER. -4--~--- I missed thee, my mother, thy image is still The deepest impressed on my heart, Thy tablet so faithful in death must be chilled Ere a line of that image depart. Thou wert torn from my side when I che rished thee ihost, . When myreasoncould measure thy. worth,; When I knew but too well.the idol I lost, It could ne'er be replaced upon earth. I missed thee, my mother, in summer's bright day, When I rest in thy ivy wreathed bower, When I hang thy pet linnet's cage high on the spray, Or gaze on thy favourite flower; There's the bright gravelled path, where I played by thy side.. When time had scarce wrinkled thy brow, When I carefully led thee with worshipping pride, When thy scanty locks gathered the snow. I missed thee, my mother, in winter's long night, I remember the tales thou would'st tell The romance of wild fancy, the regions of light, Oh, who could e'er tell them so well? Thy corner is vacant, the chair is removed, It was kind to take that fr...

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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 May 1865

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THIE " FREE PRESS." SnI,-As your contemporary has given notice of his intention to insert no more com munications relative to the conduct of the Rev. [Mr. Usher at the Ifa mous Wallan Wallan tea meeting, I hope you have the independent spirit to do so, inas much as fresh characters are introduced on the stage, and fresh elements iimported into the subject matter of dispute. We have now the unreserved testimony of six Presbyterians confronted with the conditional denial of fifteen "We:;!eyans. If we are guided by ma-. jorities, or da?ide on the principle of country noses, the L:tt r have the best of the argu ment, but more of this anon. It appears to me that most of the disputants in the case either mis-state or misapprehend the real point at issue, wander from the question, or enter on points quite irrevelant to the sub ject. Mr. Usher and his abbettors allege, it was only fit and proper, at the opening of a new church, to give an exposition...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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THE SELECTIONS UNDER THE NEW LAND ACT AT MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 25 May 1865

THE SELECTIONS UNDER THE NEW LAND ACT AT MIELBOU1RNE. From a very early hour on Mond:w morn ing the Exhibition Building, N;hich had been proclaimed the central land office, was surrounded by an eager throng of persons, the greater number farmers from the neigh bourhood of Kil:nore. The agricultar:,l area of 1Moranding, between Kilmore and Lance field, contained a considerable quantity of good land, for which akeen competition proe vailed; and tha result of the sale showed that the greater number of 5,G30 acres pro claimed found purchasers. After some dozen selections hid been made, it became generally known thct the best land was gone, and1 the greater n um ber of those present went away. A'tor 203 or 30 lots ha 1 been taken up all intcrest was over, and name after name would be called over without any one wishing to select. A few lots were taken up in thei neighbourhood of Western Port, but the chief interest was confined to Moranding. By half-past 2 all the lots were got through. ...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 19. Before John Taylor, and George Hudson, Esqs., J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 25 May 1865

KILMORE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 19. Before John Taylor,; and: Geoige ? udson, Esqs., J.P.'s) Wm. Hamilton v.- Michael Owens, for wilful injury to property, undervalue of £20. Defendant was fined 20s, and 23s Gd costs. Henry B. Bristow, John Howden, junr., George Scudamore, and William English were charged by Thomas Coghill, dog in spector, with being the owners ofunregistered dogs. The two first-named were each fined 5s. and 2s Gd costs'; the other charges were withdrawn, defendants in each case to pay 2s Gd costs.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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