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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 June 1865

C03BIEXCIAL INTELTAGLE11CE. r eat 7s 63 to Pe p-r but1ehl 0 LIST or rzrran PE;crs. Chts, CclnnisX 3a 91 to 4a 0t per bushel b Ur., 1. Gal to 1* Si per buTfd Pa1?ud3, IA per tuihel a P, ata, "e to S pe ewt. IIasr 6i per eat _ I Tlu'Tcot .-From the If for Tivre we quote t tie fo losing rrcs,: Flour, b- Ft, 4-2 rf t' D : hret, i? A to S Fri per bushel 2Pofld. 2 3d per hAkdtl ( Bran, i R.91 r~r b...1 F'ri-c reed cea's, 5. 63 per busbel If:: := 10" per tun Puta*.u, £10 per tan FrFr nr.-The `'"n a n. are the pries now rulirg as q' . ed >, t-e Kvre'rm Guardian: F+r-r, £2l to i"21 Ins per ton ir.Ett, ir'oer h :r' el flOa 3e to 3e Si per bce!?el RL-MGOc.--From the Ber" io Iedepesdret wee/ qL't tLr fo, :. irs w')'Felle prices cut rnt: F ocr Ar.ridue, £27 per ton ~ Cei'nisi, £2L ~ · H3i~an L23 Re-', 2" per buwtdF Oat-, m', rial, 4.a 91 For bushel CLht i£ rer t;n her, £t 1I per tcn tntýý t .-Froin the i'irnld we quote the fol Fi-tr, Add'aide, r 23 to £23 10,. Tastrnhiar, L22 PCeto:x' L5 to L...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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TO AND FROM MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 June 1865

t1 TO AND FROM3 MELBOURNE. di cc aJx I= rooas [orsT Trxs, JUsE 10. t to AIcntleman who has paid a recent visit tc adbourne by way of the TYrra Track ta :ni?hed us with a few jottings of his ce .re, which are fullof interest in the pre- ti ?nditrion of this road. About ten days ti - ez our informant started on his trip, tl :..i- the roil from Matlock to the in S:, ered iwith snow,-in many places cc t;:)o et ? ,ep. The old track has been tc :Ldi up, in order that the traffic may It i lr: along the newly made road, which h; mist slopranddaonerous state, being ý,f hles an pat?ehes of soft ground. :? the Sprins to the Travellers' Rest, s -iI ba·a rniad was in good conditi,,n, .- on to Phillips and Davis's, or "Dirty o, '" as this locality is more frequently u :t From this to Perry's, a distance of aý eiht miles, was like the Bendigo ti :L e-hmnnel, and occupied three hours of f 'rr time before the difficulties were over- 2 .m From Perry's to Mount Arnold the fi S":-zs were in a fearful s...

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 — 15 June 1865

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. LECTUrE.-A lecture was delivered on the evening of Friday last, at the Red Lion io:el, by Dr. Beavan. The chair was occupied by the Mayor of the Borough, John Taylor, Eq. and the lecture was well attended. The subject was "The Philosophy of Crime" and was very impressively delivered. At the close of the lecture a unanimouas vote of thanks was accorded to the lecturer. 1?EW TELEGRAPI OFFICE AT SEYMOUR. We are glad to perceive that the new tele graph olfice at Seympur is now open for business. For some time back the inhabi tants of this township and the surrounding district were put to much inconvenience on account of their not having any nearer means of telegraphic communication than Kilmore or Longwood. Tue Post and Telegraph oflices are amalgamated in a portion of tae Court House, and the officer appointed to conduct the business of both, is a gentlea :a named Orr, who- has been for some time past Line repairer, and Post and Telegraph assistant at Longngood. The...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 15 June 1865

MARRIAGE. KEADY-QUINLAN -On the 10th inst., at St Pa- trick's Church, Kilmore, by the Rev. Francis M'Carthy CC., Patrick Keady, second son of John   Keady, Esq., Vkceiset Pentridge, to Mary, eldest     daughter of Mr. Thomas Quinlan, Willowmavin   Survey.  

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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IN THE SHADOW OF MOUNT MACEDON. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 June 1865

IZ THE SHADOW OF MOIUT LMACEDON. A flush of rosy sunset O(n Macedon ialls dovn And colden clouds are gathering To ertt his regal crown. But far behind old Macedon, With rocks :0nd gum trees hoar, ie the srntv Ir:La of Lancefield And the g-.ades of green Kilmore : And there liv- on." that I love dear, For whein I ever pray: 3vla God's- ',ood alels guard her Along life's rad'ed, way. When the ljurple light of morning Is on Ma.e?doun' highest tree I sigh for the voice of my darling, Who w::_eier kidl to ine. I see the m .lu?!I ' ":'l iiig In the -orc;ou? ,o.s" of noon, And I watch the :hiimmering shadows Ulnder the ilr .L :: But I think of tho,-e behind it, And my htar: L',r,;- s:i the while For the gl-a:n of Emilh's golden hair And the light t" \\iiiie' smile. But brighter (ast. will conle love When the stormy time is gone, And I yet may eks p your hand love In the shadow of iIa-cc1on. Bulling?rcok-A u-tralasian.

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 — 22 June 1865

TO CORRESPONDENTS. To eejiure tie. ritetiau of eomaturgcatiois it i6 ar*jIitbdy r-csrr th d t:-s shou:ld he eoicehei in crrrae lsi gurze, wt.I writteI it tha fym 0of Al C must+aaioo. i.t -%l'd f'i insrrri-i mu4t be Ea-4tei iedeir by tIhb ime a",1 sadrepe of t!a wlitir- s of s eessesxy t tibi. "a icj, but as a g urs tlte of grof fire

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 June 1865

KILMnORE BOROUGH OCOUNCIL., MosnDA, JuNE 19. Present: The Mayor, and Councillors, Dowling, Arcus, Butler, Thomas, Hudson, Sugden, and -Dobinson. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. 1. From L. Dunphy, proposing to pitch the culvert in Piper street for £5. Councilloir Arcus moved that he get £4, and if he was not satified with those terms he would propose that tenders be advertised for. The Mayor: "I like to see every thing advertised ?" Councillor Hudson seconded Councillor Arcus's motion. Councillor Thomas moved as lan amend mnent that he get £5, and remarked that he believed Mr. Dunphy to be at a loss by the culvert. Seconded by Councillor Dowling On the amendment being put, there voted for it the mover, seconder and Coun cillors Sugden and Butler. For the motion which was carried, by the casting vote; The mover, seconder, Coun cillor Dobinson and the M3ayor. 2. From the Surveyor, bringing under the notice of the Council the tiwt that Ber na...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 June 1865

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TU ESD AY, JUNE 20, 1865. In the Legislative Assembly on Taesday, Mfr. ThraI is stated (in reply to MIr: Mac Gregor) that no wharfage rates were charged on goods imported into or exported fro m Echuea, and that the Government did not at present contemplate the imposition of such rates. In answer to M[r. Orr, 5Mr. 3M'Culloch, said he had not yet re ceived a letter from the Sydney Government announcing the manner in which the propo sitions with respect to the Border Customs question had been dealt with by the New South Wales Legislature, but he promisedto laybefore the IHouse to-day the whole of the correspondence which had taken place in connexion with the subject. Mr. M'Culloch moved the re-committal of the Census Bill. Thelouse divided on the question, which. was rejected by twenty-nine to twenty-six. M3r. Iliginbotham proposedthe third read ing of the Cemeteries Bill. The motion was rejected by thirty-four to twenty-two. Mr. Macgregor moved a series of resolu...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 June 1865

M3ISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS For the following account of recent troub les with the blacks in Queensland we are in debted to the Rockhanmpton News:-" The blacks have, we understand, mustered en masse, and emboldened by the impunity which has attended their most recent murders are manifesting every sign of contemplating new atrocities. They have, as already chron icled, murdered Inspector Hill, speared his troopers, killed the superintendent of Air. Thompson's station-as a sort of commemo ration of Her -Majesty's birthday and annual dole of blankets. and impressed the unpro tected squatters with lively apprehension of future outrage. Now that the Native Police camp is removed from Rockhampton there is no force avaliable for an emergency, and we think it is not for cousideration, but for action, to immediately dispatch a few volun teer bushmen to the relief of the beleagured stations. These incorrigible wretches are really becoming unbearable, and require a regular dressing down. Ordinary ...

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY JUNE 15. (Before A. M. M'Crae, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 June 1865

KIfLORE POLICE COURT. -4-e-- TIIURSDAY. JUNE 15. (Before A. 3?i. 'Crae, Es%., P. 31.) Edward Steeves, charged by Dr. iujdlelc with :lai.cny, \as sent to gaol fur threw months. The same prisoner was charged by Charles Ward. Ordered to be- imprisoned for one month.

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THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 June 1865

TaE MArTL.-Up to'the hour of our going to press there was no tidings of the English mail, which was due twelve days ago.

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WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD. TUESDAY JUNE 20, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 June 1865

WILLOWMATIN>\ ROAD BOARD. TrE ? rt JFUE 20,1865. .. .Present :-Messrs. Mulvey, O'Brien, and Griffin. ? r In the absence of the Chairman, Mr. Griffin was voted; to the Chair. . A:letter from'D.'R. M'Gregor' Secret y to the Sydney Common Toll road, was read K in ivhich the opinion of 31r. Fellows' relat. ing fo certamin law points respecting theing . lowmavin Toll-gate was enclosed. A letter was read from Thomas Flaherty complaning of an obstruction on the road near his place, in the shape of a milkshed &c. The clerk was instructed to inform 31) William Gooley that the Board were desi. rous the obstruction should be removed. Mr. Tradinor the Chairman, then entered and the Chair was Vacated for him. At the suggestion of the Chairman the clerk was instructed to write to Mr. Bau~ h Common Toll manager, requesting that that gentleman would ippoint a day to meethin (the clerk) for the purpose of exchangngn cheques, this board to give the toll manaer all monies from illowmavin to...

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FINDING OF A SKELETON ON THE FLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 June 1865

FLXDLXG OF A SKELETON ON THE FLINDIJERS. Mr.. A. Tooth, Superintendent of Seward and 3Lrch's new station on the Flinders liver, called yesterday at our office, and staled that, shortly before leaving the station from which he hasconme on to Brisbane direct, he found the skeleton which he is sure is that .-f ?white man-on the banks of the Flinders. Jr-. Tooth d?scribes the position of the bones as being east ten miles from the waterholes known as the "Punch Bowls," and 150 ailes from the plaO e on the Albert River whre Landsborough landed from the Firefly The skeleton lay under a tree, on which was tnt the following: characters :-E. lill 31. XL B.,1861. 31r. Tooth's attention was first drawn to the sk,-leton by a im:.n na.nc&i Caro line, in the employ of Paluher and Suring. 3Ir. Gibson, a sinuatter in the same dciitrict, has verv recently discovered the track of a dray about thirty miles from' where the skel. eton was found. Mr. Tooth says that about 1862 a party of men, who ...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCI[?] TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 June 1865

LEGISLATIVE COUNCI -4------ TUESDAY, JUSE 20, 18S5. (From the Argus.) In the LegislativeCoimncil on Tuesday, The President intimated that his ruling on Thursday last, with respect to the Supreme Court Iaw Coiisolidaition Bill, was given un der a misapprehension. He found, on re ference to the 60th section of the Constitu tion Act, that the alteration in the law con temphlted by the bill was not an alteration that required to be carried by: an absolute majority. Therefore he had to declare that the second reading of the bill, having been passed by thirteen to seven, had been duly passed. The committal of: tlie bill was then ap pointed for to-day. On the motion of Mr. Hervey, the House agreed to sit on Fridays during the remain der of the session. Mr. Fellowa irerented a petition from tie Corporation of Melbourne, praying to be heard by counsel at the bar of the House against the sewerage and water clauses of the Pnblic Works Law Amend ment and Consolidatioh Bill. The heon. mem ber mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 June 1865

NrOTICE. The QU±SIctS ftr rtljipticn to the Free Treu wr1I metntneon th.K2-dl March, 23rd June, e~rd $#ptember, erd 23 Ai I~ccenhi r. P~r~oce cannot wukhdrsv thidr n~.ir~s'rcm the roil oj S~bicrjlere witbct4 peyicga #p to the cld d, the u'irrtnt qoartzr. ~rw ite~ribera~a ics le nroflcdl at any time by ;ayr 'n ga iubiCt';txi o F~cri:tnte to thle i~riod in th~e quriera ren-ati'~i g L~exCArt ci. dArerti~ernetar reueire'l for EL,?h ifeie up to two ~r'o~o the day preriun to p1:ihiieatk~n. Thchl ad "riietment sbo~A4 h-ar upon thez meau.ctipt fhe r nEbc¶ Oifleyio I~ reeci, e~. Vlhir to3 i1~bt n~eiens aTin srt to rr~feeen to the r umber of Irter~i .nJ, tt·c o'vewei'.m g wiU eCll NotinGU-d t2Ltil C'A~lXterwa~nded,~ or daretitr'si-e, aMu ehazcd 8axr'itk!Trrl. Suttce ta wit~hdm cI adr~~~ crtiee-cil ci C. e glveoi in wrt Im made mn viict, aid iirbr'hl'd te ih ,SEeh·6f me ei .in. a~ sate Fia'au-y d eic' wt t YOUNG LADIES' SCHOOL. MRS. KERR KOS toa anuctr t' tt .beEt;, at preset t, s va mtu r for...

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THE IRISH VOLUNTEER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 June 1865

THE IRI~H \VOLUNTEEIR. ET J. C. IIAGEENY. The follot iug u?,-::m is taken from an American papelr: The soldier's ch?.eek is thin and pale, His ~t"p i, v:ak and slow; For -eare?n i- vet has healed the wound I'hat laid the strong man low. Before him kne?.- a widow sad, And cihildren bending near. Whose lr;er- a-cend for blessings on The Irilh V ?htce:'. Amid d(iaL-tcr and suecess, In many a fearfl'a fight. Where tilk the lr.ive.t and the best For freedom and the right. lufaith'rlug in tat forie.st rank Of those i who kncw no fear, With co,:irades 't?llkn_ round him-stood The Irishl \olunteer. A hapless uon uho hopelessly Lay bleedint I ,b his side, And held4 with t-eml.ling hand a purse, Thus splke beftore he died; 'Take this t~ in ' poo widowel wifs; I know I need not fear To trust the stainless honour of The IriLh V?lunteer ' The purse, he took, but he, too, sank, Amtid the fearful fray, And lay upon the couch of pain For ma:, a ~earv day. But "mid lri :ti.n- s:,l and long, Through ...

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JUMPING RESERVE LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 June 1865

IGKESEBRE LANDS. ,, nt which haie -e che3 us from rees, the sv-tenm of jumping Re - ..I... under the provisions of the S me, rthe Amending Land Act, has '- " tna to arost :a-turd etent in ' -.- dtricts rcund Balarat. The : e*-* C r .il were, we believe, the S -;r.vjard to protest against this - ,f the public domain, and the -r- v; atrtricting ,the attention of I- 'bo-e. Onfirst hearing of such - s aavo ane acquainted with the re -' " -Ittei reulations, would naturally ' - ' ever mind, the applications ---e - rated by the Board of Land ' ' .r a. the lands are reserves; let '-. and spend their money with 'er if they are foolish enough to do ... a inve~, tigating facts, it will be l. e of these applicants are -- their operations to simply peg - t,?n atv acre lots, and then await -the <dei-ion of the Board on their -, . but are commencing to build, d . thcrwise occupy the land applied u?"irt waiting for the issue of licences. , is dearly wrong, and ought ac once T t a Atop to...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 June 1865

LOCAL I\TTELLIGENCE. ILIND SELECTIOx.-Our usually quiet town seems to have some animation thrown into it for the last day or two, owing to the number of s eculators that are arriving from various quarters for the purpose of selecting from the areas of Carrick O'Shannessv to day (Thursday) and from Torrensdale on to mororow (Friday). Every hotel in the town is crowded to excess, indeed the.:e was great ditficulty in procuring Led: at any of them, they all having been engsiage, a few days before hand. K?rlonE ASn LAxCEFIELD AG~IT vLTi R.xL SorETT'S PLOUGHING MIATc'll.-The Kiliuore and Lancefield Agriculttunl Soeiet- hell their annual ploughing ma tch on th.: t'rt of Mr. John Sununers, Dunsiifrd's ttation. yesterday. A large number of bullock and horse teams put in an appearance, and the prizes were well contested. Soon after the match a nuunber of gentlemen ti.journed to M'Kay's Lancetield hotel where an excellent dinner had been provided, by the worthy host, and ample justice was don...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 June 1865

THE MOBI CONSTANT FRIEND. HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. OSSESSE D of this remedy every man is his own retuily Physician: If his wife or children are troubed with eruption of the skin, sores, tumours, w.;:'c swelling, ,re throats, asthma, or any other external ailment, . persevering use of the Ointment is t all that is neeosary to prodne e radical cure. It is 1 invaluable to the population of thisdelimate. Bad Legs and lad breasts. E In no case has this ointment been known to fail t either in the cure of bad leo or bed breaste, thousands I of pereons of all ages have been effectually cured by it t when discharged from hospital as incurable. If dropsy I sittle in the legs, the ointment will cure it if taken with the pills a Skin Diseases, lowever desperate, may I. radically Cared. Scald head's itch, blotches on the skin, scrofulous sores or king's evil, and such like affrtione yield to the mighty power of this fine ointment, provided it be well rubbed into the affected parts three or four time...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, JUNE 22. 1865. PUBLIC EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 22 June 1865

~tiIrnore Agrc 13rr00 ?tBIUBHRD THUmpj4 YORSINGsa. THURSDAY, JUNE 24. 1SGC. PUBLIC' EDUCATION. T E BOard of Edutiatio have juAt published their third annuial report for the year 1S!;I, rompri-in, a humdred and fifteen pa ragraphs, to whih are apý .a cLA inspe tor, renortis, ruls -ani roc ,ittiuu!;, detailed au11nvses of i-bur~ernen:-. b-iies a rpas tMount of ý: rrii,?4 .ý,3.1:t1, i :L a~ flisCi': '" eription and interesting character, in all hundred and twenty-nine paiges of foolscap. Whether we regard it as the exposition.of the working ofthe vast nmachinery of which the Conmmissioners of Education are the r;o tire power, or as the dim shadowing forth of that influence nhieh education ;. destined to exercise on the connmumnty, or a a n i mtchni cai claboration of intri.:ate dctails, the pamn phlet before us is fraught with interest and importance. Notwithstanding the "'difficul ties insieprable from a new system," the grumablings and discontent and gloomy fore 'bodings quite as inc...

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