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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 June 1865

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUN.E 6, 1865. .---s-- In the Legislative Council on Tuesday, Mr. Fawkner moved that the Standing Orders Committee be instructed to consider, with a view to revision, the standing order (No. 18) relating to the absence of members. The motion was secconded by Mr Jenner, and agreed to. -The Constitution LawN Consolidation Bill was brought up from the Legislative Assem bly. Mr. Fellows moved a resolution declaring that the power to recommend amendments in bills which have passed both Houses of Parliament, ought not to exercised by the Governor in Council save the correction of errors in such bills. Mr. Fawkner'seconded the motion. After remarks from Mr. Hervey, Mr. Cole, Mr. Jenner, Mr. Strachan, 1'Crae, and Mr. .Bull, the motion was agreed to. The House adjourned at five minutes past five o'clock. -

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD. TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 June 1865

WILLOWMAYJNVO ROAD BOARD. TUESDAY, JunE 6, 1865. Present:-The Chairman (J. K. Trainor, Esq.,) and Messrs Mulvey, Griffin, and O'Dwyer. Correspondence as follows was disposed of: 1. From Mr. D. R. M'Gregor, secretary to the Sydney Common Toll Road Conference, informing .the Board that a meeting of the delegates from the corporate bodies inte rested in the road referred to would be held on Thursday, Sth inst., at Laffan's Inverlochy hotel. Mr. Mulvey moved that the Chairman and Mr. Griffin be appointed delegates to attend the conference. Mr. Dwyer seconded the motion. Carried. 2. From the Shire Council, Warrnambool, asking the Board to co-operate in getting certain alterations made in the Local Go vernment Act. Mr. Mulvey moved that the Chairman, Mr. Griffin, and the mover be appointed a committee to consider the suggestions. Seconded by Mr. Dwyer. Carried. 3. From the Springfield Road Board, stating that two delegates were appointed to meet a like number of this Board for the purpose...

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 — 8 June 1865

cOMMERCIAL INTELLIGEXCE. KILMOI. Wlf t t 8 b f pr I Xr oi stPar Pscuss Ns, Colocist, S3 9d to is4 a petbushel Br-, is d to l MSd per brl Pollard, 2. per brehbel Pontct, T- to ~e per uLt. Hay, ., 66 per cwt Chaff, Fere ct:. Hazscos.-From the M'fmor use we q ,to the follobwing priowe: Flo, beer, £4 per ton SWh.., 84 Od to be 6d ppr bushel Polis d. 2a Sd per b BRan, Is Sd per boahel Oats, 4. 6d per bushel Prim eer catb, 5. 6d per buahal HRn e 108 per toe Pottser, £10 per ton KTJrrt.-T?e 'olowinar re the prices now riu~ig er quoted b, the KEne'on Ggardiea: Flour, £21 to £21 10. per ton Wheat, Sq er ti shel Oats 3. to 3a ad er bos! el Btrntco.-prom the Benciigo Irdepende.4 we quote the follosin wuolaele pricr' ccrr.nt; Flour Adelaide, £z7 per ton ,. (olcaial, £24 , S('i?han £23 ,, P.ra, 2. per MLihel O.te, ro!oLial, 4. 9d per bushel Oraf, £5 per tin B3, £4 15. per ton Msnacrtm-From the Berald e quote the fel owiwg : Fl.ur, Ad1aide. £23 to 23 10( ; Tamanian, L22 Potatoes IA to Ls tlo per ...

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

AGENTS FOR THE " FREE PRESS." -0- jESSRS GORDON & GOTCH, of (lli street Set, Melbourne, have been appointed Agents for this JournaL 4r MIARONEY, Teacher, Blands, has been ap ,rtswd Andrt for this Journalin that district f. 4UINN Storekeeper, BBOADFORD, has "a .?pointed Agent for th Journalian the Breed udistrict. MewreDUNN&KILLY, StorekLepers,DABLING ORD, Big River, has been appotitd aget in that distriet for this JornaL THIIE ILMOl P8 PUS8S PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT STDIEY 5TlIE?, IILMOBl . THE tma for e i - the ilm" AW Preare a under &- TWO SHILLINGS AND IXPINO?C PIBU INCB. A rednetio of ten per mot will b made fa advertieements ordered for one month; twenty per eant for two months;, and thisthree pe psat fo three months :-beyond which time a espcial ar+nng? ?ert will be made. The terms of subscription to the Ilmeereke he will be 6d per quarte is tows, and Tso if peated to the eentry. M2. BliMELEY, SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR, - efy. Hotell,nit m...

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

NOTICE. The Qczrters for .ums:ription to the Free Press wil ectmerce on the .Zrd Murch, 23rd June, 23.-d .sptembrr, ard 23rd Dectmber. Prrona anot wes cdraw their namne from tie roll of Subicriterm sidtotot payir g up to the et d of ;hr t urrert quarter. NV- eubecrither can be enruoilid at icy tine2 by y a. ngg tub cciptiu; r p'r porior.ate to the ierud in the qtarier rfl'a't.i' g ULE21 ircd. Adweriirenmts re-tired for ea:h i..te up to two ;.m.on the dai pievic u to rubleut l i.n. E .ch at- 1.frtuae¢.nt should bear upon thi meotnuiipt thy, t unA.r of in.. ItiLl a cequirCo. When no ir.ercctioa, are Alt 1n retererIn- to tie t imt.er of ircer'iuiis. the aciivntizn.me. r uih to rrr t r ut o 1il cout~tnanded, er gi.ti tauti'.. ad ca.rerd ucctrdtiouiy. ;1,,tice to wil draw an dv< rttrnern% *I:ould be giren in gri icg. All ordern to a trr or diackatinue advertieontent muiut be made i t writirng. ud forwarded to tit oflee before mix r.-n* or. the Tue say o! each w a't.

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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 — 8 June 1865

ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MALLS AT THE KILMOREPOST-OFFICE. Offci Arnival I Depaur. eib urn_ (D-fy at 7 30 canrpbeillhd I Daily at4 p.m.,f pm. (Su!omay &mertcn }at 9p.m. (Sunday. ricapter). Lct Don brnek It t cccied) ten nct to Bon Wa1'4u WalLa) ps~ment ot Ia:e fie--6d &eechwonth '1 ºarao Irito ~g~ Rnthargl n - B.'voir Earnavartba Winton } Dae at 2 aLm. DaiMlat 3 45 p.m T iolt Town Euro. Tdaro I 1ck1) Brose'k-d Dina Parrot I Jimieron . Hentbeot. j Pyalaug j T", ..Thera, a1- r \ , we and rd, Cr. ek J Bat,, at i pam {Fr;., at noon. Yea ) Woo-i's Point (Tie..,Ttunrr, ae. o,.,Weir,tnd Kadoet ) S..t.,.t 2 am Fri.,t 3 4Sp.rm. Tue,., Trot.., ate i rue,Thum., & 1ae6cld } S .'. d 3.010n m -a at 4 15 p.m lb. retCcnvr btcze are rirered deil (.Lnd.5 a si ceftc) at 730 p.m., and Ir B~rf ot'a box a 330 m a a d Morey order, are iaed dly (3unrl· a crep'<d) &cm 10a m.to 3 30 p.m.

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[?]YLANDS & GLENBURNIE ROAD BOARD TUESDAY, JUNE 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 June 1865

YLANDS & GLENBILTRNIE ROAD BOARD TrESDAY, Jcr 5. The monthly meeting of the BvLb~h and R lenbu-nie Road Board was iG at the Ece of the Board on Mc..-i - :. Present :-The Chairm.: t r: . 3. N-:an) 'd Messrs Fitzpatrick, OU wtyer, aid .ii -Brien. The room was cleared t. :;!?v the Bo:r 1 consider the following te ers ieceivLed for ] CosN~TcT No. L Scraping and Metalling Sydney Road. £ s.-d. L. Dunphy ............ 39:7 0 Reardon & O'Brien ... 55 4 8 J. Davern.......... 31 0 0 J. Cantlin ............. 42 15 0 J. Lyons .................. 56 19 0 O'Connor & Ryan .... 41-15 0 T. Kennedy ............ 53 10 0 J. O'Brien ................ 111 12 0 Contract -No. 2 John Darby.............. 50 0 0 Reardon & O'Brien ... 6G 5 0 L Dunphy............... 47 10 0 J. Davern ...............41 0- 0 J. Lyons ............... 70 19 0 J. Cantlin ............. 10 0 O'Connor & Ryan ..... 49 0 0 T. Kennedy ......... 51 10 0 J. O'Brien............... 551 0 Contract No. 3. - ...

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

THE MOST CONSTANT FRIEND. HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. DOSSESSED of this rremdy every man is his own Family Phpy.iitn. If his wi'. or children are trcubled with eruption of tie coin, sorer, tumoure, whito swellings, sore throats. asthrre, er any ether extercal ailment, a perreverinrg iuse of the Ointment is all that is nrceseary to produce a rtdieal cwue. It is invaluable to the population of tuiiSc:imate. Bad Legs and bad breasts. In no case has this cintmer.t been known to fail either in the cure of bad legs or bad breasts, thousands of persons of all ages have been effectually cured by it when d:scharged from hospital ,s incurable. If dropsy settle in the legs, the oi,.tmes.t will cure it if taken with the pit! Ski, Diseases, houweer desperate, mar be radically Cured. Scald bead's itch, bctc, as on th!e skin, scrofulous sores or Ling's evil, and such lil:e off-e.tions Mield to the mighty power of this fine ointment, Irovided it be well rubbed ic.to tl.e effrcted parts three or four times...

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FUNERAL OF HIS EMINENCE THE LATE CARDINAL WISEMAN, ARCHBISHOP OF WESTMINSTER.—THE SERMON. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 June 1865

JUEKRA.L OF HIS IMIJENCE THE LAT EI '-ARDIALr WISEMAN. ARCHBIS?OP OF I WTM IIffINSTER.-THE SERMO. t W., are pera;Iteo to give the fo'lowing sathentie erpert if tie ve.y te arron, dlivered by the Right rev. -1?in-.r Mansig, on the oc:esion of the i?.e-lmnt f the rem.rins of His Eminrnes the late C,-.di, ! ':ar,-j.,?: Fce'u.. I it. 15 -" Lot Nehemi'a to la rg time t remhbere.ti, ioraierd up frr us ou'r walls that· wer i eebt doveu, and set up t i gates and the bare, who re t bu.t car hJ us.:._" If thi c,~mr:,;rd of authorty hal r.ct Hii me p-ak t to dr, I shoutdi I:ot have verttret on tl.i task. It wti.hbe - atr-d taek to artoe. It is a harder task tore Ir is b.or.d the power of any of s to speak re we ought of the f-eat Pastor, and Priaee of the C-ure',, ~., i-?, in the midst of us. It is altogether b rOLd irire. I L.vre moreover a farther hindrne?e. De prriate s:row for the lose of the kindest of fi ni, the Isa ocf this kind I e-n ever have in life. Pu: as I' , i' I i. last d,*@, un...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 June 1865

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 'T vs:xr, JUNE 6, 1865. In. the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, Mr. MacBeau calledattentionto the work ing of the present lamd law. He observed that whereas, during the passage of the Land Act through the Legislature, the assurance was given by the Government that the ag ricultural areas would be proclaimed in such a manner that no more than a third of each pastoral run would be thrown open at one time, since the proclamation of the areas en tfre runs had been taken up by free se lectors. Agaiun, experience had shown that the demand for land for actual settlement was not as great as had been represented, and that the throwing open of 4,000,000, acres had had the effect of calling into exist ence a class of speculators-" mediums" or "ghosts" as they were called--who made sec tions simply with the view of securing good terms from the squatters. Mr. M1'Bain supportCd his statements by extracts from private letters, and concluded by asking the Government whether t...

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

ADVERTISEMENTS. I NOTICE. T THE KILMORE HOUNDS will MEET at the ° Kilmore Pound on Wednesday next, 14th instant, in at half-past ten o'clock sharp. or T PYALONG ROAD BOARD. re to TENDERS. . TENDERS will be received by the Chairman ef.the - Pyalong Road B card up to Wednesday, the 5th prox., for the following work*: For making a culvert near Craven's' Sore, Pyalong. For making a bridge on Keady's road, Moranding. F, r making drains from Madden's to Fogarty', on the M'Iv!,r road. - Each t n:l r to be accompanied by a depcsit of ten per cent. to be forfeited in the event of any tenderer declining to take up a contract. - Plans and specifications to. be seen at the office of the Board. (By order) J,. BOURKE, Olerk. n Pyscrg R-isd Board Ofilce, June 7th, 185. 12-14 0 PYALONG ROAD BOARD. a ELECTION NOTICE. I HEREBY give notice that an ELECTION will be h.ld on the thirtieth inst., for the purpose of Ele-ti..g One Member in lieu of Philip White, re signed. Nomination papers to be delivered ...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, June 3. (Before A. M. M'Crae, Esq., P. M., and J. Taylor, and M. K. Beveridge, Esq.'s J. P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 June 1865

KIMORE POLICE COURT. I SATrnnxt, June 3. a (Before A. . M'Crae, Esq., P. Mb., andl J. i Taylor, and M. K. Beveridge, Esq.'s J. P's.) I Henry Furze on remand was charged with b wilful and corrupt perjury. Mr. Superintendent Nicolas prosecuted for the Crown. Mr Twigg defended the prisoner. t Mr. Meade being absent and being a mate rial witness, Superintendent Nicohlas thought there should be a further remand. It was stated in court that Mr. 3Meade was unable to attend, owing to illness, and the bench decided to adjourn the case for an "hour, and wrote to Mr. Meade asking if he could attend, or when he could do so. The hour having elapsed, their worships again took their seats on the bench. Superintendent Nicolas announced his in tention to proceed with the case in Mr. Meade's absense. Edward Barry on oath, deposed he was Clerk of Petty Sessions at Kilmore. He remembered the 14th of February last a case of Bennet v. Furze. The prisoner now in court was the defendant in that case,-and. ...

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

OUR POLICE. IT is generaily admitted on all sides, and we believe with truth, that our police force is one of the best institutions we can boast of, but the following paragraph, taken from " The Argus" of Thursday last, will serve to show how a police-constable-merely be cause he was a policeman may be persecu ted, a constable who had served many years in the force, and whose character will bear the strictest scrutiny, a fact to which his superior officers fully testified : " A constable stationedat Kilmore, named Hugh Hart, appeared before the District Court yesterday, on a complaint of drunken ness and misconduct as a constable. The com plainant, Dr. D. J. Thomas, stated, that on the 9th ult. he was travelling in one of Cobb's   coaches to Kilmore. Defendant was riding in the same coach, and there were also a number of very disorderly people who were going to Donnybrook. On the way these people sung some very blasphemous songs, and the defendant joined in the chorus o...

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SEYMOUR ROAD BOARD. TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 June 1865

SEYMOUR ROAD BOARD. TUESDAY, JuNE 6, 1865. A meeting of the above Board was held on Tuesday, the 6th inst. Present:--Mr. Morison (Chairman), and Messrs. J. Muirhead, A. Porter A. Doherty, J. Guild, A. Carnie, A. Robertson, and T Morris. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, on the motion of lr. Carnie, eecondedby Mr. Guild: 1Ie corresoi . :'c seat sice last meeting ! read by" th cierk, l:,o the eorresp..: - : .red, as fotiows: 1. From the Shire Council of :;Z i. with suggestions for am'ndmer- : : an ,,Jed Local Government Act. . From F. Batten, resigning his .: h t s manager of the Tallarook I". " ,mon. Resolved that no notice r:. ke the letter until the books and pa ;_-s csi ::e with the Common be 1rodu·ed. At ,bsequent period Mr. Hickey p-od'"ied tlie ks, which were left to the crir r., 3. From S. Sutton, resigning his .. ..t at as manager of the Taiarook .:: .:.osa Accepted. 4. From C. Cottrell, for an e:.. 1 e for the fence at Ar-nael fL:_, :re_ .Mr. Guild...

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

LOCAL iSTELLIGAECE. Cau?OE or PEJrnT.--At the Kilmore Police Court, on Saturday last, Henry Furze, proprietor of the " 1'Ivor News," was brought up c,:- remand charged with having, on the 14t 1 d V of February last, during the hearing of the c.:c Bennet v. Furze, commit. .ted wilful and corrupt perjury.: Mr. Super. intendent Sicola prosecuted- on behalf.of t ,v ·,-,at- ? .-. - ° "" " Crown. The accused was defended by Mr. Twigg. After a long and patient hearing of the evidence of the several witnesses in the case, the prisoner was fully committed to takle his trial at the Melbourne Criminal Sessions on the 15th inst. Bail was allowed, two sureties in £100 each. The sureties however, were not forsi ::~:aiug and the pri soner was locked up. Tihe nugistrates on the Bench were, A. MA. M'Crae, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. J. Taylor, and M. K. Beveridge, J. P.'s HUNT CLUB MEETIr?.-A meeting will be held at the Kilmore Hotel this (Thurs. day) evening, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of forming a ...

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

SPRINGFIELD ROAD BOARD. ---------o--------- MONDAY, JUNE 5. The usual monthly meeting of the Spring.- field Road Board was held at the office of the Board on Tuesday last. The members present were: The Chair- man (Mr. M. Ford), and Messrs. Lobb, Bagnall, Tom, and Douglas. Correspondence as follows was then read and considered: 1. From the Lancefield Road Board, enc- losing cheque for £4 10s, their portion of the expense for works done by this Board, and acknowledging cheque of £25 received from the Springfield Road Board as its portion of a progress payment on behalf of Bridge con- tract; also informing the board that two further progress payments--£70 and £100 respectively---had been given, and asking they would forward their proportion thereof. The clerk was ordered to acknowledge the receipt of the £4 10s, and it was decided that a special meeting of the Board should be held to consider the payment or otherwise of the money asked for. 2. From Mr. A. Beveridge, stating that Mr. Os...

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TYALONG ROAD BOARD. Wednesday, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 8 June 1865

PYALONG ROAD BOARD.     ---------   Wednesday, June 7.   Present: The Chairman and Messrs. White, Bradly, Bourke, Doogan, and       Quinlan. Correspondence as follows was read:       1. From Patrick Cook, calling the atten- tion of the Board to a fence erected by Mr. Renny, near Pyalong, which was encroach- ing on, road; also requesting a reduction in his rates. Mr. Bourke proposed that the rates be reduced to what they were last year, Mr.     Cook allowed a period of three months       for the purpose of having a fence erected ad-   joining Renny's property.     2. From Mr. James Lyons bringing under     notice of the Board same extra work he per-     formed, and asking for compensation, Re ferred to ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 June 1865

TO CORRESPONDENTS. To enrure the irsertion of communications it 14 sbsohrtrly neccs..ry th t they ahould be couche.i ht ?rrdera'e !anegttcg, and written in the form of et ('·. alt comnuuicnetion, it t-nded for insertlin mn4t be authcn-ieate'J by the name and address of the wtiter rot necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good fei'h.

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LATER NEWS FROM AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 June 1865

LATER NEWS TROM A3ERICA. The ITSsalie, from Saa Francisco, brings dates to the 5th April. Federal Generals Wright and Parks, with their iumnen.;e forces broke through the Con federate lines in the vicinity of Petersburg. G(eneral Sheridan, simuitaneouslv attacked Lec's threes to the We-t of Richmond, and defe:ted them, capturing three bri gade'. Furious battles were fought in this lo calitv on the south side of the James River, lasting for three days. The above news was flashed through when telegraphic communication became inter rupted for several days. The next dispatch communicates the intelligence that Ptcersburg had been evacu ated by the Confederates. Also the still more startling news that the Federals had captured Richmond, taking 100 guns and many thousand prisoners. On the 3rd April the Federals, under Gen eral Weitzel, entered the city. The Confederates, with President Davis and the Commander of the Forces, General Lee, left a short time previously. General Jonstone, with ...

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MISS DUMPY & HIGHLAND CHARLIE OR THE STORY OF TWO WALLAN LOVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 June 1865

MISS DUMPY & HIGIHLAND CHARLIE OR THE STORY OF TWO WALLAN LOVERS. ,ab Ye maidens sing, Miss Dumpy sing, et And likewise sing of Charlie, ant For thers'e no lad in all the land rol Can court like Highland Charlie. go Miss Dumpy was a merry lass, Like a sweet widow in the grass, And now the thing has come to pass, She fell in love with Charlie. To The lads all thought she was 30 coy She ne'er would love a Highland boy, But earth gave her no sweeter joy sp So fond was she of Charlie, nc Full often they together met, lo, As often as they both could get, th But, ah, twas always with regret R4 She tore herself from Charlie. he Nought else as joy she would receive, of Without him she would never live, of And if she had them, she would give th A thousand worlds to Charlie. fo -In looks and smiles we love profess, til With kisses sweet we it express, i And so did Dumpy, as she'd press be The heavenly lips of Charlie. Love's current rolled like ocean's wave, And solemn were the vows h...

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