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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 June 1865

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL TUESDaY, J?IE 13, 1865. (From the Argus.) In the Legislative Council on Tuesday, 3Ir. Mitchell moved the second reading of the Sandhurst and Inglewood Tramway BilL r. .Jenner seconded the motion, at the same time intimating that, in committee, he would propose the reduction of the Govern ment grant inaid of the scheme from 24,000 to 20,000 acres. Mir. Fawkner urged that an excellent rail way ought to be provided in return for the subsidv contemplated by the bill. Mr. Campbell supported the bilL Mr. Strachan considered the proposed grant excessive for a tramway. Mr. Cole contendi-e that the opening up of the country by means of railways should be undertaken by the Government. Mr. Degreaves said the subsidy would not be more than £6,000, inasmuch as the value of the land was not 5s per acre. He attri buted the failure of private railwhvay compa nie; to universal suririge. After sonim remarks from Mr. Miller, the motion was agreed to, and the bill read a I nd time. ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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THE LATE MR. POWLETT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 June 1865

THE LATE 311. POWLETT. (rnoar TIlE IIEriD.) Mr Powlett was, we believe, the oldest officer in the civil service of the colony. In the year 1837 he accompanied the late Cap.1 tain Sir John FranklinI to .Tasmania, and in the following year was appointed Com. missioner of Crown Lands for the district of Port Philip, now Victoria. The discovery of 1 the goldfields found M3r. Powlett acting as I Commissioner of Crown Lands for the Wes. tern Port District, which embraced the large extent of Country from Port Philip Heads to the River Murray, and included the gold. fields at Anderson's Crce'r, Bahlrat and Castlemaine; so that he was the first Gold I Commissioner. He subsequently resigned this appointment, which was filled by Mr. W. I. Wright, but retainedthat of Commis sioner of Crown Lands. In 1852 MIr. Powlett received the appointment of Colonial Trea surer, with a seat in the Executive Council; but upon the arrival of Mr J. L. V. F. Foster at the end of 1S53 that office was resumed by !...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JUNE [?] 1865. In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 June 1865

LEGISLATIVE ASSE3IFLY. -----.---- - Tn the Lcis:atic e Asseiibly ivn Taed. - 3Mr. 31'Culloch gave notice that, to-day, he 2i will move for leave to bring in a bill to pro vide for the taking ofa census in 15b6. In reply to a question from MIr. Snodg rass re as to the operation of the new Land Act. 3Mr. Grant stated that the quantity of t land selected up to Monday night was 518,595 acres, the number of selectors being d. 1,927. Of these. 3S0 were certificate holders, ti who took up 69,52j4 acres; and 1,617 were leases under the act, the quantity selected by them being 319,371 acres. The total rental for this land was £69,330 per annum. MIr. Grant added, that he had been present a with the Surveyor-General at several of tile land olice, aund the renult of his observation was to satisfv him that three-fourths of the people who had selected land were acting bona fide. With regard to the statement which had been published, that there were instances of a squatter's ran being entirely abs...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 June 1865

MIJSCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS I di An instance of frightful ignorance" says flu the Leader, was exhibited at the Talbot an General Sessions on Wednesday. In the case pa of stealing St. Patrick, a horse belonging to rc, Mr. Jonson, of this town, a boy named Lyons m: was called on as a witness for the prosecution ; w: when the following dialogue ensued:-His th Honor Judge Macoby.-- Do you understand a the nature of an oath ?' Witness.--' No.' tel The Judge.-' Do you know who God is ?' be Witness.-' No.' The Judge.-' Can you of read or write?' Witness.-' No.' The A Judge.-' Did you never go to school ?' Wit. pi ness.-' Don't know what that is; never £1 went:there, at all events.' The Judge.- by 'How old are you ?' Witness.-' Thirteen.' The Judge.-' Who are your parents?' Wit- m. ness.-' My father's a blacksmith at Burn- hi: bank, and my mother's dead.' The Judge.- of ' Where were you born?' Witness.-' In E, this colony.' His Honor told the bay to hi stand down, and then expressed his astonis...

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

AGENTS FOR TnE "FREE PRESS." ~ESSRS GORDON & GOTCH, of Collite stret writ, Melbourne, have been appointd Agets Stbis Jcur naL jit MARONEY, Teache, ylands, has bran sp . .Arent for this Jour?ali that ditriet yU, 4UIN . Storekeeper, BOADFORD. as g ~,pointed Agent Icr th Journali the read district. YeenDrDNaA LLY, Stortkeepae.DAULING. lORD, Big iver, been appointed aget in tt ~cri?t fr ibis Joura THB KILKORE BEi PIS, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT STDmEI STRIIT, KILMOIU. riB tanm for adletiirg in the Krti.ew Y 1 r are as under: Two SHILLI¶GS A-D Is1ieNOiE VU INCH. A red?ction of ten per cent will be made for a irtieneent ordered for one month; twenty per ? fcr two mo tha ; and thirty-three per Bet for three mo.ths--beyond which time a epeuinl mnge sett will be made. The terse of bshecriptio to the l Jilm.iuhmar w1 be 6a 6d per quart. in town, and 7T GA if pauted to the eantry. SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR, rnY -I.'s Fa.el, Kilmore, for four years Re?dent Surgeon to the Cou...

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

NOTICE. ILe Quartern for esnbsription to the Free Press il eormenee on tl'e 23rd .aZL1, Y3rd Jine, 23rd Sepatr bei, a'~d 23rd December. Perms cszrot wvitdraw their nHne ' rom the roll of Soiacriters withit pjirk g P to te end o f thecurrent quarter. Now -aberribera can b!e ezro!ed at any tine by say ing aiuberijtin oapartonete to theyenod in the qnuater remaim a urexpired. Adverrti'Fre'e re-tfied for eas irate up to two pAL an the day prenicts to pubication. Each ad artimeuan t arLmoud b1w upon the mtinusipt the numwhr of inwertror aequnrei Whet no naeortic iuaa are mt± in rnirweue to the comber cf irserti-us* the sdrrtissiez t will be contianud unti eoawctruanded, or date awire, and eharged aecrrdinuly. Notice to withdmw an adTvetrtieent Ibhond to giten in wn* g. Il oilerr t6 Z't r er diontiznLe adrptcigament I meat be m de in wrilung, and tcrwarded to th cEcmlbf re cix p m. ontheT Tzre&,y of taci wtek.

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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 — 15 June 1865

ARRIVAL AM D) DESPATCH OF MAILS AT TIE KILMORE POST-OFFICE. O-9ee j Arrival Deparnre Mta~a-Lry l a~ t 73&i Csrrrp! eife'd Iiv et 4 p.m., &: m. (Sur dais Samert:t% iat 9 p.m. (Sn'-dqa' a rrepter:). Le" Dozny ro*k excepted) ter, eert to S cn en. lrt oflate Tezeepted I p m 'II) h·ig e (ti~tern Inriiiio Bn''r* en Eeh ir I Wargara~ta I Wi~n r.Daily at 2 am. Dalyat 343 p.m Bersni'r I Modasys eieqted 3Inaadyexzpted Vi'let Tarn Euros Imrrvood King Parrot Ja~nm fan Paebr-g Toca.,Thnv, ad321[O.Wt&,,npd fat Crck &t.,a:1± pm. i at ,.,. Ye. Woo 'a Point ) Tar, Ttnra, are Yon, ,1-.?, and 3lstiotL ? S.t.,-t 3a.m. Fri. +t:i t5 m m Tnaa.,T'nr+r, and$Feea,I'alcrr ., & L ee&'d a r3., ? J m.p 4 Izt. t 4 15 pm Tbabh rerimg boica are cIare-1 daily (ýuldý s cI cipte7at 730 )prM., and Ar Barfoot'g b5ix &330 PM. [osey rders are izmu daiiy (3;antaa eceapted) from 10 a..to 3 3t p.' .

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SUPPOSED LOSS OF THE CITY OF DUNEDIN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 June 1865

SUPPOSED LOSS OF THE CITY OF DU'NEDIX. A frightful" catastrophe has occured in .Cook's Straits, in -the total wreck of the steamship: City of-Dunedin, on her . voyage from Wellington to Nelson, with all on board, amounting to ninety persons. The following particulars are furnished by Captain Pons onbv, of the steamship Auckland, who arrived on Friday. The steamship Otago, which sailed in company with the unfortunate City of Dunedin, though a very powerful screw steamer, had a remerkably narrow escape from being driven ashore on Tiriwiti. Til shallow draught and peculiar build of the City of Dunedin, her spar deck, and height out of the water, disabled her from contend ing against the heavy gale with the same success. Captain Boyd who commandled the lost vessel was well known in this port: "The City of Dunedin left Wellingtcn, in company .ith the steamship Otago, on the 14th ultimo, bound for Nelson. Ip to the 31st ultimo, nothing had been heard of her; but off Wellington Head the fo...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 9. (Before A. M. M'Crae, Esq., P. M., and G. Hudson, Esq., J. P. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 June 1865

KILIMORE POLICE COURT. Farn&r JuYE 9. (Before A. t. 3'Crae, Esq., P. I., and G. Hudson Esq., J. P. Farquhar 3I'Kenzie, Inspector of scab, charged Esau Shelton, under the 19th clause of the Scab Act, with being the owner of sheep found upon examination by him to be infected with the scab. AMr. O'Connor prosecuted for the Crown. Mr. Meade for defendant. Defendant was ordered to pay a penalty of £30, with £8 8s costs. Notice of appeal was given, Same v. Same under the 15thclause of the Act, for unlawfully owning 66 sheep infected with scab. Ordered to pay a penalty of 2s a head. The Bench were called upon to state a case for the opinion of the Supreme Court. -PeterCollins on a charge of drunkenness, was dischargd.

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(FROM THE NELSON EXAMINER.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 June 1865

(Fno3 T'E ? ?LSOE EXA',?IEt.) Considerable apprehension prevails as to the fate of the paiadleste.uner City of Dun edin, commanded by Capt.tin Baoyd. T:it t vessel arrived in Wellington from OLago and Lyttelton,-on Thursday week, the 18Sth inst., with four saloon and ten steerage passengers for Wellington, and sixteen steerage pas. senogrs for the North; whien we presume mean Pickton, N eson, and Hokitika. S1 had also, according to Dliuedin reports, cargo for these three ports, and when sEi left Wellington on the 20th inst., she h:l one saloon passenger fi:-a that port, t:1i Rev. 3Ir. DrisrQll, a?n ":,ixtee: r outi:?." Sne has not arrived here, and it is llno:v that, on the 20th and s::'::r - :-t vays, heavy gales prevailed in Cook's Straits. Wiht gives colour to the fear that the vessel hsi.s gone down in the storm is the itct reportede in the Wellington Advertiser that near Wellington Heads a barrel of pitch adldressel "Steamer Favourite, Hlokitika." was dis 1 -tvrc-itr auticdt on...

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(FROM THE WELLINGTON SPECTATOR, MAY 27.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 June 1865

(FROM THE WELLINGTON SPECTATOR, MAiY 27.) Portions of a wreck having been picked up at the Heads during the last week, fears are entertained that some vessel has met with an untimely fate; speculation is rife as to the identity of the vessel, but up to the time of our going to press nothing positive is known.

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MEETING OF DELEGATES AT WALLAN WALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 June 1865

3IEETING OF DELEGATES AT WAL LAN WALLAN. A meeting of delegates from the various corporate bodies interested in the Sydney Common Toll Road, was held at Latfan's Inverloehy Hotel, Wallan Wallan, on Thurs day last. The Members present were: Messrs. Sinclairand Robertson, Donnybrook; Messrs Arcns and Dowling, Kilmore; M'essrs Trainor and Griffin, Willowmavin; Messrs Nunan and Fitzpatrick, Bylands; and Mr. Bourke, Pyalong. 3Mr. Sinclsir presided. Mr. Arcus moved that the minutes of the Last meeting be confirmed. Mr. Fitzpatrick seconded. Mr. Griffin moved as n amendment that the minutes be not confirmed. Mr. Trainor seconded. The original motion was carried under protest by Mr. Trainor. Mr. Sinclair moved that the Willowmavin Board hand over for distribution all monies arising from receipts at the Willowmavin Toll Gate, since February last. Mr. Bourke seconded. Carried. The Secretary of the conference was in structed to furnish to each Board a copy of the opinion of counsel, as last st...

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 June 1865

KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Mo~msir, Ju?n 12. Present :-The Mayor, and Councillors I;owling, Hudson, Sugden, and Arcus. The minutes of the previous meeting were read, and after some amendments, were con firmed. Letters as follows were considered; 1. From E. ?. Cairnes, Esq.,Land Officer, requesting information by what authority the Borough Council authorised the removal of gravel &c., from off Crown Lands for the use of private persons. Councillor Hudson moved that the Town Clerk inform Mr. Cairnes that the Council gave noauthority to anyone to remove gravel, etc., from off any Crown Lands. - Seconded by Councilloi Arcus. Carried. 2. From E. Dwyer, asking leave to with draw his tender for a channel, &c., in Fitzrov street. Permission granted, on the motion of Councillor Arcus, seconded by Councillor Sugden. 3. From James Cushion, asking liberty to raise three or four loads of stone in Melbourne street. On the motion of Councillor Hudson, seconded by Councillor Sugden pe...

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KILMORE HOSPITAL. TUESDAY JUNE 13, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 June 1865

KILMORE HOSPITAL. TUESDAY JUNE 13, 1865. Present:--The President (H. Wilson) and Messrs Taylor, Bossence, Nicolson, Flynn Trainor, and the hon. sec. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. A letter from the Treasurer was read con taning a voucher for £1S1, to be filled up. A report from the Medical officer was esi en urgeon's report -was also reid and received. The following accounts were considered: £ s. d. Dr. Nicolson .......... 2 5 0 T. Bossence .......... . 1 5 0 Ii. Crabtree .......... 0 13 6 J. Murphy ........... . 710 0 T. Martin .............. 4 0 0 Mrs. Fleury ............ 0 6 0 T. Crane .................. 0 11 6 Doctors salary ....... 37 10 0 T. Briggs ............... 15 0 0 H. Bossence ............... 2 14 0 .T. Reilly .................. 1 17 0 -Mrs.:Quin ............. 1 5 0 Harris and Co. ...... 23 14 8 Do. Do ........... 24 8 9 The President moved that Mr. Murphy get only £7 of his account. Seconded by Mr. Flynn. MIr. Taylor moved as an amendment t...

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BYLANDS & GLENBURNIE ROAD BOARD MONDAY JUNE 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 June 1865

BYLANDS & GLENBURNIE ROAD BOARD MosDAY Jn-E 12. Present.--The Chairman (Mr. Nunan), and lessrs. Fitzpatrick and O'Brien. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and on the motion of Mr. Fitzpatrick, seconded by the Chairman, the tender of Messrs O'Connor and Ryan, which was not. minuted last meeting was added to them. Correspondence as follows was then read: 1. From Mr. James Davern applying for return of full amount of metal on No's. 2 and3 contract, on Sydney road. Ordered to be supplied. 2. From Mr. Thomas Dudley, resigning his appointment as auditor to the Board. The clerk was ordered to acknowledge receipt of letter and inform him that his resignation was accepted. 3. From John O'Brien, asking that his tender should be taken into consideration as his was the lowest tender and he thought there should have been some mistake in its not being accepted. The clerk was ordered to inform Mr. O'Brien that. it was not any fault they had with him tlhat his :tender was not. a...

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

THE MOST CONSTANT FRIEND. HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. POSSESFED of this remedy every man is his own SFamily Physician. If his wile or children ire , trt?bled with eruption of the skin, tore,, tumour,, e while swellings, .ore throats, asthma, cr any ether t etlrral ailment, a er, evering use of the Oit.tment is c all that is nteessary to produce a radical cure. It is invaluable to the pto ulation of this climate. Bad Legs end bad breasts. In no e?ae has this ointmne.t teen known to fail 3 eitbtr ia tIe cure cf bad lees or bad breasts, thonsands of persoLs of all aet have been teffeotully oured by it when discharged from hospital as incurab!e. Ifdropsy settle in the legs, the ointment wll cure it if taken with ite pills Skis Diseases, however desperate, may be radically Cured. Scald head's itch, blktAtes on th:e skin, ecrofulus - sorcs or king's evil, and such like effrctions yield to the mighty power of this fine ointment, provided it be t well rubbed into the affcted parts three or four ti...

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FUNERAL OF HIS EMINENCE THE LATE CARDINAL WISEMAN, ARCHBISHOP OF WESTMINSTER.-THE SERMON. [?] from our last). [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 June 1865

_FJNERAL OF HIS EMINENCE THE LATE o CARDINAL WISEMAN, ARCHBISHOP OF I WESTMIbSTER.- TEE SERVO.. ('erc:ded from our last). t -4~--- *'To ths open fronted a-d warm Lear:ed tribunal I mkemy appe, , and elaira, on behalf of myself and my fellow-Catholic, a fair, fret, and impart at hear ing. Fellow-su'j'rt', Englishmen, be you, at least, t just and equitaNle. You have been dcci ed, "you h hae teen rnshld, both as to fas, ar.nd inten'ions. I will be p'ain end s?mile, b,.t stra;eh-forwad aid bo!d. I wii be b-iet a',o, as far as I can, but as tx -i't as my be r.eeesary." [ .i;l unot now t t-enpt trae. the cours, of these ten ysa-s in whi-h ths Car-in 1 A-c'b:s op, eur ru-,rdei by Lis twelve t fff-a?r . tra-?di out cnce i wore on the soil of E:glsrd r. Intr ors new order itowb:ch the influx of the Un:verl Cl u'ci, both 4r"m its centre and its c: mnfeene-, antere in a I tuhe fulnesr of; irralihie truth and supernatural power. It eoukld to cut of t'rme and I lece to dwell upon t! e gradual en...

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

ADVERTISEMENTS. i TENDERS WANTED. THOLE or SEPARATE TENDERS required for the ERECTION of a Stone 8CHOOL HOUSE at Moradung West. Plans and specifications c san be seen with the undersigned. P' (By order of the committee). 1 FINLAY 'NAB. KILMORE MECHAEICS' INSTITUTE. sil THE COIMMITTEE of the above have muth plea sure in sancuncinu to the public tOctt the NEW BUILDING will very shortly be available to the - oommunity for general purposes, and, with the irten t;on of rai-i~r funds for its future completion, that ,thy in'.nl h 1 irg a FANCY BAZAAR in it about rl.eegin ,ine cf he no th of Octobrr next, towards re which ttey beg to satlict the aid of its patrons, more a especially the ladies, to whom it is already so much w indebted for past favors. JOHN W. KERR, Hon. See. FOR SALE. l'OR PALE a FARM of from Twenty to Twenty L five Acres of Good Land, well fenced, a'joining the p-operties of Mesrsa Alexender M'K.?zie and Wm 'H'Manus; it is watered by Rran's Creek, and ad jacent to a good c...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KILMORE FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 June 1865

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO TIIHE EDITOI OF TILE KILMORE FREE PRESS. -4----- Sir.-fay I trespass on your valuable space to inform the kind people of all de nominations and countries of this great co lony, that I have this day heard from an au thentic source, that my Bishop, the Most Rev. Dr. Tallon, wishes my return to my home mission. I therefore shall withdraw and seek no further the charitable donations of my generous friends, and in doing so, I wish to tender my heartfelt thanks to all those who have forwarded the glorious object for which I came amongst them. The short time which I intend remaining in this country will be spent in visiting my friends and benefactors. I am Sir, Your much obliged and humble servant, FRANCIS FORD. C. C., Ballyvouhgan, County Clare, Ireland. 50, Dudley street Melbourne.

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 June 1865

1iiitrorc jt Orsc rrnE:iexhD SrLTTy 3"Oca iCP. THUP-SDAY, J UNE 15. 1S3. THE twentieth of June now approaches, and it is netve?ar, for everyone desirous of beiiig able to exercise hi.i franchse as a burger s to pay the first moiety of rates t.r the cur rent mznk-rip,_l year. " Everv Ir o,)n of the ! full age of twenty--one vyears, wl, , o the twenti6h day of June in :my vyar, .ha,'ll be in oeru? tien, cr ,: the o?ner of::1y ratcable propertyv ithina.y borough. :und liable to be rat"d for surh property, a" such occupier or owner respf ctisl;, ~hall bC entitled to be enrolled in that yeir, according to the provi dions hereinafter cointained, upon the burgess roll of the tw~o:ugh, and, being so earoilkd, chall bel burge.s thereof, and entitled to vote n !il rctkC'. of"co-in-lrO for the horough accrding to the following scale (that is to ra_ :.o? a :: c, one vcet, ;t r I. C,2It one hundred pounds and bae le: than one hundred and fifty pounds he shall have two votes, and if it amount to ...

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