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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 June 1865

AGENTS FOR THE " FREE PRESS." M ESS? GORDON & GOTCH, of Collire street west, Melbourne, have been appointed Agents for this JournaL Mr MiARONEY, Teacher, Bylandr, has been ap pointed Arent for this Journalin that dibtriet Mr QUINN, Storekeeper, BBOADFORD, has been appointed Agent Icr this Journal in the Bread ford district. MessroDUNN & KELLY, StoreksepersDARLING. FORD, Big River, has been appointed agent in that district for this Journal. THE KILMORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNEY STREUT, KILMOBU. r?BE terms for advertising in the ril?ore ..ss 1 Prim are as under - TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE PER INCH. A reduction sf ten per cent will be made for advertisements ordered for one month; twenty per cent for two months; and thirty-three percent for three months :-beyond which time a special arrange mer t will be made. The terms of subscription to the XidmlorehFus Pre will be 6s 6d per quarter in town, and 7s 6d if posted - to the ceuntry. SURGEON &...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 June 1865

-3IISCELLAN OUS EXTR1CrS A fire-by which a large amount of ali. able property was exposed to serious rh; but which fortunately resulted in co:p;pl t tirely little actual damage-occurred at hi. past six o'clock on Friday morniu,, at te, free and bonded stores of *W. +I. !lm1 and Co., Little Collins-street wet. The fire it appears, was first discovered by a servant at the hous.e of the Rev. M. .IL Beecher, lwho immediately raised the alarm, and the fire. brigade of the neighbouring station in Bourke-street west speedily arrived. The then found the fire issuing .from1 a wiuno; of the store fronting Church-street. Ther succeeded in preventing its spread be.vood the private office of Mlr. Bell, in which it ap. pears to have originated, and soon efeeted its extinction. This office, however, was completely burnt out, and the adjoining oici. ces were considerably damaged form the great heat of the fire, and the cloud of' smoke. The bonded stores are situated imfne. diately above these offic...

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 — 1 June 1865

ADV?ERTISEMENTS. TELEGRAPH LINE ROYAL MAIL COACHES. MELBOURNE TO BEECHWORTH IN 24 HOURS. )ASilNG through Kilmore at 4 p.m., daily (uu. L dsh excepted) Broadford Tallarook &'mour, Aventl Longwood Eutos Vio'et Town L'adaginnis Benl!sa Wangiratta Arriving in Beeahwotth at 12 noon, with a branch from WANGARATTA TO RUTHERGLEN, WAH. GUSYAH, CHILTERN, & ALB3URY. BETWEEN MELBOURNE, JAMIESON, AND WOOD'S POINT, Passmng through KILMORE DAILY (-nmdaya ex. epted) at 4 p.w., and MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, and FRIDA 8 at 12 noon. BROADFORD, SEY.Y OUR, LONGWOOD, MER. TON, MANSFIELD, DEVIL'S RIVER to JAMIESON & rWOOD'S POINT. BETWEEN MELBOURNE, TEA, & DARLINGFORD, MONDAYS, WEDNEiDAYS, AND FRIDAYS Parsing through K;lmore at 12 noon, BROADFORD, KING PARR01', YEA, Stone's, Conol:3j', Aitkenr', 'Nola,', and DARLING. FORD, Big River. BETWEEN MELBOURNE & HEATH. COTE, MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, AND FRIDAYS Pasing through Rilmore at 12 noon, Pyalong, Too borae, arming at Heathoot...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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HOW MEN SHOULD TREAT WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 June 1865

how MEts S IOtLD TREAT WOMEN.--AI Persian Poet gives the following instruction on this important subject:-" When thou art married, seek to please thy wife; but listen not to all she says. From man's right side a rib was taken to form the woman, and never was there seen a rib quite straight. And wouldst thou straighten it ? It breaks, but bends not. Since then 'tis plain that crooked is woman's temper, forgive her faults and blame her not; nor let her anger thee, nor coercion use as all is vain to straighten what is curved." The Incumbent of a Lancashire church, desiring recently to raise funds for a certain charitable object, wrote his appeal, sent it to be printed, and gave his sexton instructions to have the printed bills distributed in the pews on the Saturday night. The sexton's son went for the bills and received a bundle from the printer's "devil." They were duly placed in the pews ; but the next morning, to 'the great astonishment of the congregation, they u ere found to be a...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 June 1865

Pr?BI?ZUa D 7lrcSDr y XORSYIOU. TIHW SDAY, JUNE 1, 1S583. A opiortunity for selecting hnd under the new Act will be open to such as may be d°sirous of doing so at the Kihnore Land Oflee on the ._nd and 23rd inst. The agri enltura raras from which the selections are to?e made are thosz of Carrick O'Shanassy andTorrensdale, which lie between Seymour, Arende, and Tabilk. To bona fide agricul twists, desirous of land for their own eulti ration, the Act and its conditions offers great adrantages, and we believe that which is there to be sel-ted is of good quality. At any rate any man with a family, a moderate amount of energy, and with a small amount of Icney will onl- have himself to blame if in a few re ars he does not make himself a substantial yeoman, and have prepared a va uabte iuhcrirunee fr his children. Agricul ture and grazin-, however. i:a the popukltcd diitrict', muit be unit-,I. The one is nees- r -ar to the ,succss of the o' :r, .: if we n eouii f ._r a fe- years _r t rid '...

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 — 1 June 1865

LOCAL INTELLIGEXCE. -~ ,,__ -- - - FORBES ScuoooL.--The "Government Ga zette" of Friday last notifies that it is the in tention of the Board of Education to appoint, at the expiration of one month from the 26th May, the following gentlemen members of the Local Committee for the Forbes school, viz.:--Rev. M. Branigan, Martin Ford, Michael Hefi'ernan, Nicholas Delaney, and John O'Halloran. AID TO NEw ScITOOLS.-In complianee with the requirements of "The Common Schools Act," it is notified in the Gazette of Friday last that applications for aid have been made for new schools at Jamieson, Wood's Point, Forbes, and West _Moranding, and it is the intention of the Board of Educa tion to grant aid to the same at the expiration of a month from the 26th ult. LANCEFIELD SCHOOL.-It is notified in the " Government Gazette" of Friday that, on the expiration of a month from that date, it is the intention of the Board of Education to appoint Messrs. Charles Hiailes, J. P. Conway, and Thomas Russell...

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 — 1 June 1865

ADVERTISEM1ENTS. AMENDING LAND ACT, 1865. -OURi H SEBIE3 of AGRICUTitURAL L AREAS proclaimed by the Gorernor-in Courcil as OPEN f'r SELECTION and LEIAS ING : Land Owfce Date when I etrn whtre Open. first Name ofArea. n Open. Acre Kilmore ... 22nd June Carrick O'has nassy ... 55 Do. 3rd Jute rotrendale... 19,GS On the above da'es the Land Oti e will ea open tt nine a.m., and remain open till ten a.m., and will not be re-opened during the day, AREAS OPEN AT KIrMIORE: E. M. Cairnes, E q., Land Officer. CAnicica O'SnaeuAeSY.-Situated from eleven to eighteen miles north of Seymour, and extending frcm Tabilk eight miles eastward, watered by srramps end tributaries of the Gculburn. TonnmalesDAs.-Situated from three to eleven miles north-easterly from Seymour, watered by the Goulburn and its tiibu!aries. J. M GRANT, Comnisaioner of Lands and Surrey. Cflice of Lands and Survey, Melbourne, 23rd May, 1865. ii £5 REWARD. STOLEN or STRAYFD from Kihnore a Ch:-sut HORSE, about 15t hands high, brar...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 June 1865

LEGISLATIVE ASSE3BLY. TurRsDrv, Mi~ 25,1SS5. In the Legislative Assembly on Thursday, Mr. Yerdon submitted, in committee,the Government scheme of national defence. He commenced by reviewing the reports fur nished on the subject, by Major Scratchley and Major Palley on the one hand, and by Sir William Wiseman on the other. ie pointed out where those reports diiffered, and where they were in record. He admitted that it was most desirable that there should be certain works at Port Phillip Heads, but npt large and elaborate works. lie considered that emplacements would be sufficient at that point, and that the principle strength should be reserved for Hobson's Bay. But, whatever might be done elsewhere, he sub. mitted that the recommendations of the offi cers mentioned should be adopted with re gard to the erection of a fortification in the bayL and works of equal strength on the right and left flanks-one at Williamstown, andthe otherbetweenSandridgeandBrighton. A,,numing that in the ev...

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 June 1865

KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. MooDAr, MAir 20. Present:-The Mayor and Councillors Dobinson, Arcus, Thomas, Murray, Dowling, Hudson, and afterwards Councillor Sug den. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Mr. Bossence, a ratepayer who was pre sent,"stated that the May or had no right to usurp the power he did by signing the mi nutes without putting them to the sense of the meeting. Owing to this interruption, Councillor Areus suggested that the business be sus pended until such time as quiet had been restored. Mr. Bossence, however, continued to re peat the above assertion, and was at lergth removed by the Mayor's instructions, and the business was then proceeded with. Correspondence as fbllows was then read and considered: 1. From Mr. Thos. O'Mara, claiming to have his name -inserted on the 1Ratepayers' Roll Ordered to lie over for a fortnight. 2. From Councillor Butler, asking leave to absent himself from the Council for a fort mght. Granted. 3. From Messrs. Klin...

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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 — 1 June 1865

ARRIVAL AND DESPATCI OF MAILS AT TILE KILMORE POST-OFFICE. (oesa j Airsl I Deartu-e Me~..urm. hit ab 7 3-1 CarnjbdIield IDaily st 4 p ., 8 pm. ("-T cE S. Miedca .az9jvn. (Sunidat .leplte). Iet 1I)n'rs br'k I excerted) tern sen t to 8 en WTraWefu.) payinet oI'a~e u:-t~d S ii 2tir~g et Qlli~tra . Ineiso labU¶SrT1 Bsthexglen Betrcei EArrtvartla Wtuti )I~iJJ. Ddiy t am. DailyaitS45p.m R.1.S1 S Mieaec, rx~re t . undafxyaxcfp e r11 t Town Tr, w Kill. Pkrai e J .tcn O Pia t'T· s.,Thnr , {fFr., W. d ,' ad The d C.et tI'x SaL't,. at I P..Fri, uuta. Ic Wo ?as ~ Pcat 7 TnrY, TT·nrr., w'; Ion, i['!,raIl ýt azlcL l S t, .t 2 .m. Fti., -1 3-45 p Isrer ft 3 S " ..= 320 A, m zat_ .t 4 15 Frr The tree vine twin, are cleard dnilt (' unr a " ceptd) at 730 p.m, and yr B lLot's b-:x Y 330 pm. Mcnieyr aer are isanel di ir (3un 1s. a crx-p-e ftm 10 am.to330pm.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 June 1865

COMT,~L I J N-TKLTGEN r r. 1 ILMOT:E. WI! at 7e td to 8s 6i F:r EF-"1 I I5T CF R !:TAIL PrIrcIS. C~st, Ctilr i 1, 3e 9d to 4- Cvi rr bc'r e lij-~nrI~is ti, t, 1Cd ncr tu-bt I r-.t= i "+ý, 7 t^ Si p1rowt. !Iiit.-rx-F'rm the 3' iror Tii;:e4 we qtte Fir +r, t» rt, E24 ye t n Vhrct. S- Oi ic. 8' p. r bL elcd P:.'"wa '_'= 31t-, i-e Crl B-Ki, 1- S i p-r hi.?''el (Irg, 4 fd c-r t'L *ii Prit!0' .e- rata. p. il bcs'el Hai. ca 1('. r-.' ti~n Pu4cit f, C1 w 1p '·r~n FYTrr ?. -T' i 'I-ioaxi,: - tL'.e piICI nOt rU.Wgiir at, gvrrm ht tie K;rrz·ot Gut rdi m r FL r, £fi t--;,'1 ;o1 - 0;rton Wb-,.t,,zP S' i.: r" r1 OAT. 3.:a~ 35 F-d t. tlý: el PTrDIGO -Frcm the ' Ben'ip o IrEdeerdr;i: ,e q;0r te tT.r 12.11: i . r 'nirtiPnllZ pries eurrt nl : F.oe.r Atiki'.e, r 7 pfr ton Is t_ ntc 0.t., 4M&er.j !, 4' 93 per bta'iel t.,ff.% fret n "1`rIK is L.-Fro? the t era'd we qwtge ith Il - FI'rw, A d tiai e`3 tio £23 10; Tsmenieun , 1.22 Prdsieo 15 to Ls Wa p tCpll Ilesr, lac. t16 t". L7 ~ inivier 14 INto...

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BEN HALL—HIS EARLY LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 June 1865

BEN HALL-HIS EARLY LIFE. In estimating the character of this man, who has obtained such an unenviable noto riety throughout the colonies during the last three years, an insight into his early life may be of some assistance. and I have therefore taken some pains to collect the following brief history of certain incidents concerning him. I can asure the reader that the facts were obtained from what I believe to be au thentic sources:- He was born at Breeza, Liverpool Plains, in February, 1837, and was therefore 23 years old last February. His parents are still living at Murrurundi, where his father is a freeholder and a well-to-do farmer. It was at Breeza and Murrurundi, where the eldest Hall had charge of a station, Duna, that young Hall lived until he was about 10 years old. While at Murrurundi, he atten ded school for about two years and a half, and learned to read and write, and obtained sufficient knowledge of arithmetic to enable him to conduct his own business. Thus early in li...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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SATURDAY, MAY 27. (Before A. M. M'Crae, Esq., P. M., and J. Taylor, Esq. J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 June 1865

SATURDAY, vrr 27. (Before A. 3I. 3'Crae, Esq., P. 31., and J. Taylor,' Esq. J. P.) The Queen (per W. K. Nicolas Inspector of Police) v Henry Furze for wilful and corrupt perjury. This case was remanded for a week in the absence of a material witness. The prisoner was admitted to bail on two sureties of £50 each.

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STEAM-BOILER EXPLOSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 June 1865

STEAM-BOILER EXPLOSION. A boiler explosion, attended with the de- struction of a large amount of property and with imminent risk to the lives of several persons, ocurred yesterday morning, at the premises of Eastwood Brothers and Co., 21 A'Beckett-street east. These premises were used for the purpose of working the flock- cleaning machinery, and the engine and boiler were situated some thirty yards back from the brick wall fronting the street. Steam was got up yesterday morning, as usual, and the engine was started at half-past six o'clock. Some seven or eight people were at work on the premises, the engine being in the charge of Fredrick W. Eastwood, a nephew of the proprietor. At about ten minutes to eight o'clock, while the engine was in full work, and without any warning being given, an explosion suddenly took place, the violence of which filled the place with a cloud of steam and smoke and dust, hurled the large boiler through the front building, across the street, and scattere...

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HORRIBLE MURDER IN LATROBE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 1 June 1865

HORRIBLE MURDER IN LA- TROBE STREET. Only a few weeks have passed since we had to chronicle a murder which was committed in the very centre of Melbourne, and now un- fortunately another even more shocking in its circumstances than the assassination of Emanuel Jacobs, at the Whittington Tavern,   has been perpetrated. The victim in this in- stance is a young woman named Catherine   Sarah Jacobs, 21 years of age, and was em- ployed as a waitress in a restaurant in Bourke   street some time ago. During her connexion with this establishment she met with a Bel- gian named Peter Dotselaerre, who had been employed in the Melbourne Hospital for the last five years as a mattress maker. An in- timacy of an improper nature took place be- tween them, and the result was that she and two other girls took up their residence to- gether at 106 Latrobe street east. Dotselaere visited her on several occasions, and for some time he and his unfortunate paramour agr...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 June 1865

TO CORRESPONDENTS. To ensure the insertion of communications it is absolutay necessery that they should be couched in anoderate language, and written in tse form of :ettere. All communications intended for insertion must be authen'icated by the name and address of the writer not necessarily fos publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.

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WALLAN WALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 June 1865

WALLAN WAILLAN. I send to you a brief report Of Wallan's strife, and Wallan's sport, To let the public know what sort Of pluck we've got at Wallan. All Wallan now is up in arms, And loud resounds with war's alarms, Polemic strife alone has charms For our great guns at Wallan. The kingdom is one field of tars, And headlong plunged in cruel wars, And many and dreadful are the scars, Our heroes get at Wallan. Here are two great opposing squads, St. Weslev's imps, and Calvin's lads, And peace, if not proclaimed, be dads, We'll all be killed at Wallan. St. Usher first the war began, Of Wesley's army led the van, And boldly said he was the man To conquer Nick at Wallan. That Wallan sheep the scab had got, And all were bad with the foot-rot; But Wesley's waters, piping hot, Would cure them all at Wallan. But Calvin's lads were not content, And onhis cures made some comment, Thatby such craft he only meant To fleece them all at Wallan. A scamp, a quack of Mormon's clique, Puffed up with pri...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 June 1865

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS I On the subjectof t:e apprehension and de tention of t;h ::: the police at Kyneton, A o:i spiciort oc -,, being the bu:hranger A DJin, the Obsirv.: has the following: '"Ycterday (Friday). Constable Fox, of the Victoriaun Mounted Police, a native of Mait land, New South Wales, came up to Kyne- 1 tom for the purpose of identifying the pri- A soner arrested here on suspicion of being A Duan, the bushranger. He was, however, unable to identify him, nor could he say I that he was not the man. It is four years, S he states, since he saw Dunn, and conse quently, he might not be able to recognise him, even though the real Simon Pure stood before him. Constable Fox states that the S fice is the same as he remembers Dunn's to C have been when he last saw him. The pri soner will, of course, still have to await ex amination by those better acquainted with Dunn." The subscription to the Liechhardt fund are progressing favourably under the ener getic action.taken by the la...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 June 1865

Sili orc 3rcc 4jr ro fUBLISHD TIWUSDAY M013IF31. TIHURSDAY, JUNI E 8, 1865. DoES it ever strike the denizens of Kilmore that we ought to have something more to do than merely eating and drinking -that our living systems are endowed with faculties of a different and more elevated nature than mere digestion, secretin, and other vital functions ? .Are we not endowed with ca pacities rendering the cultivation of the beautiful in nature and art neces-ary to our enjoymnent, and consequently to our diges tion? The eve uimust le amused as well as the palate and the stomach. We should have something to draw us occasionally from our rooms and our workshops. For, Celus, an ancient physician and jphiiosopher, who lived tany hundred years ago, advised people, a. a means of maintaining a bodily system cpable of enjoyment, to diversify the scenes of life, and to cultivate all that could endow and attract the eye. And, the experience of the best modern observers a.nd cultivators of Hlygeine has suf...

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LANCEFIELD ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, 5TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 June 1865

LANCEFIELD ROAD BOARD. S IMoxS" , 5TH JU-E. The usual fortnightly meeting of this Board was held at Sheehan's hotel, Five Mile Creek, on Monday last. Present:-Dr. Heeley (in the chair), and Messrs. Graham, Darby, Dr. M'Kay, and afterwards Mr. Haley. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, after which some unim portant correspondence was read. On the motion of Mr. Graham the tender of WV. J. Caine-£16-was accepted for the making of a culvert. Mr. M'Kay drew attention to the manner in which certain works in the district were being performed, and recommended the en gineer should look to them. The engineer said the works referred to were not done to his satisfaction, and he would not pass them until such time as they had been. ey Mr. M'Kay stated in reference to the Deep Creek Bridge now in course of eon struction, he had been informed that the specifications had been drawn up in such a manner that there would be a great deal of extras required. The engineer stated ...

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