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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 — 6 April 1865
IaELVALAKD DFSPATCH OF M4JJ1 AT THE K17MORE POST-OFFICE. O&m ] Arrin1 Departure Dwy4 .a 73U I n~mp~d~d 1Daily at4pu.s, , p m. (utdset s :mrt- }St9 p.m. ( twdai cxrrptecl). Let Dt nJbrm 1 tzcte ld) , tereneto n W~nea alnJ paymet t of te fEe-6d tl~1rnw ~chirn 1rt SItwofr I We'eir Barnssuar i Wan""tta 4 Wiaten } D'oir its a. D~.i2}34 pay 1"W-1 11 1 iary wes mt :m iiayxoepted Vi.lt Toin Eura Avmd $uu ag Perrot Taflucok I ' Jatmaaaan J Py~t C-aatoeg t I . Thra; an Iron W, d, and HdSC;lb ..m. Fr: t Mo .,,ms J Wo)'* Point I Tn »y L-ur ., aa i1OI., Wed., endi M[atk ) 3aLt.,at8m Fmi,.t345ppm. Tor..Tkurr., a' FLruts, Tinwe do IazeSe1d } S t.at31pm. at 30 &at4I4 5pm 7lia roeim brxea are cWe-d dsilr (Lundaie rx uptb) at 70 p.m.,, and Br Bsrf.lot' box at 3'3 pm, rau oier are ihice. diiy (3;ndas a e erpted) from 10 a o'.te 33) par.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 6 April 1865
COMMRECIAL INTELLIGENCE. JILMORE. W nt7r"6,to8.6dp.rbmmhd T ist OF R E=aI Peicre nut, ., e'i., i u to 4unover bua's B-st1i R tn'sS phl rcuubei - F w Ps'1 &2.pcrbu'ns' 1Petal V. 84 to 1(b re. C wt. 1IT4s Giper cwt C 6cr pcrcw tlzirircm.-Fram the If tort Tiiwee wt, q ;te £Lp "cLos itsp rice/ FI-ur, ? -', £24 pr t-n Wlyat, 8 0.1 to Si 6.1 pf, buahd1 P~nlrd. 2--3. Per t 1 el.Pi Ft'D, l. FI1 p-r b-isel 04a. 4+&t -rr 6d cr uLe P4--e Lfe cots, i. 6.7 pcr brcaLel IIqj£L104 prrtun Potsoe. £'0 Fper t!l it qu d h, tle vre-:ori Guardicn: Wh st, 6, 3 : t, S. N' urr b1"1it 1 O 3. ro 3- G6 pfr bashel B3sI.uro -F;r. m t!: p Bendig TIideqerdeat we - quit :r foiowi R w}'oleahi pricia current: Foar A Ie id-.. £27 per too SCoeri-l, £ 4 iCsrlin £23 Brru, 2a cr buahl~ O~te, c~onial, 4 91 per bushel CLh&Z £5 re: tcai H--. £yi 5aper tom gnuouRJL--From the E erad we quota the fd cLie: Ftvn- Adda&lsi, £:3 !u £223 I; Tasmsuuir, U2 *P.tc.L5 to 1 l1O4 per ton Bays;, beet, I6 to L...
TUESDAY, APRIL 4. (Before D. N. Nicolson, and Geo. Hudson, Esqs., J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 6 April 1865
TUESDAY, APRIL 4. (Before D. N. Nicolson, and Geo. Hudson, Esqs., J.P.s) John Daly v David Sharpe, for assault. No appearance of either party. Mary Anglim v. Thos. Watt, for 19s 6d, wiages. 1i appearance. Jas. Mulcahy v. Timothy Keogh, for illegal detention of property. Withdrawn, plain tiff to pay 21s costs. Stephen Ryan, charged with having no lawful visible means of support, was sent to gaol for a month. Fredk. Fowle, for wandering in the streets, and not hriing any visible means of support, being under 15 years of age. Remanded for 8 days.
MONDAY, APRIL 3. (Before J. Taylor, and Geo. Hudson, Esqs., J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 6 April 1865
MONDAT, APRIL 3. (Before J. Taylor, and Geo. Hudson, Esqs., J: P.'s) Mary Morris, charged by Constable Let. man with drunkenness was discharged with a caution, being first offence. ' Ellen Higgins, charged by Constable Dea, con with having no lawful visible means of support, was sent to gaol for three months. MI. Kelly v. Win. Wells, for £6; verdict for amiimt, and 23s Gd costs.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 6 April 1865
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The vacancy occasioned by the removal of the Rev. R. Hart fromL the esleyan Church, Kinmore, is to be filled by a Rev. Mr. Usher, who airived nare on Tuesday. Oun SBTMEETS.-ThePowiet street contract is-now near iihhed by M-ers Reardon and :Co. The best de's:iption of bluestone is ,used in the work, and we have no doitbt it will give generil satisfaction. AccrDmar. -A rather serious accident happenedto .Mr..Patrick Nolan, New Township, on Saturday last, whll? quarrying stones near Griffith's otel, M'Ivor Road, on Saturday. After puttiing in a charges ,Noh, went aside, but it appears the fus3 did not act. Hl on returning, began drilliug put the charge, when all of a sudden it went off, tearing the flesh off his face and hands and injuringhis rght eye severely. Through the advice of his friends be went on Tuesday morning last to the Melbourne Hospital, and we hope he wll soon return to his family with his health restored. NAnBBC EscdaP' anoxr TH BITE OA 9gS~E.-- ii ...
WALLAN WALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 6 April 1865
WALLAN WALLAH. .--9-~- (FROM A COREESPOiDE2T.) A public meeting of the inhabitants of Wallan "Wallan was held at the Strange ways hotel, on Friday evening, to take into consideration the propriety of supporting the Government Tariff, also to concert measures in calling on the Government to place a suif, on the supplementary estimates for the relief of the sufferers by the late fir9s; and, fur ther, to elect cfacers for the Wellan Wallan Mechanic's Institute. Mi' Alexander Whvte was unanimously called to take the chair. After a few observations from the chairman, relative to the important tsubjects contem plated by the meeting, he called on Mr. Tindall Macintyre to propose the first reso lution, Mr. Macintyre, on rising, said the first resolution he proposed had reference to the Government fiscal policy, and the struggle now going on between both Houses of Par liament on an alleged constitutional right, privilege, or principle. [Here the resolution was read, which was to the effect t...
WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD. TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 6 April 1865
WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD. --- TUEBDAY, APRIL 4,1865. The usual fortnightly meeting of the board was held on Tuesday, at the Farmers' Arms hoteL. ... - * , . . .. Presenti-Te Cairmai (Mr. Trainor), and Messrs Mulvey, O'Brien, O'Dwyer,. and Griffin. The tender of Reddin & Moloney for 600 yards of metal, at 4a 1O0d per yard, to be laid on the main road was accepted. A~motion wsa carried that Mrs. Dowling, lessee of the Willowmavin Toll-gate, having failed to comply with the second and other clauses of her agreement, her lease is here. with cancelled; the Treasurer was instruc. ted to forthwith take possession of the gate, and place a collector thereon, and advertise the re-letting of the gate. Accounts as follows were paid :-LT. Han. lon, £100; clerk, £8 9s. The meeting then adjounedin .'' "r "
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 6 April 1865
ADVERTISEMENTS. BYLANDS AND GLENBURNIE ROAD DISTRICT. TENDERS. TENDERS will be received till two o'clock p.m. on Monday, the 10th instant, for the construction of two stone crossing on the Road from the Kilmore Town Com mon to Broadford, near Mr. Duggan's farm. Plans and specifications to be seen at this office. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. (By order) P. O'BRIEN, Bylands and Glenburnie Road Board Office, April 3, 1865 DR. BERNCASTLE, PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, OOUIIT, and AURIST (Surgeon to tLe S:dney Eye and Ear Institution) W ILL be at the K ]more IIoiel, Kilmore, on S MONDY, TUESDAY, & WEDNE3SDAY, tLe 8th, 9th. nad 0lia Mar, when he can be consulted cnall DISEASES OF 'HE EYE &EAR, on all Affections of Jhe Chet, aund on all other medical and Surgical casea. A 6 NOTICE. I HEREBY give unoice that if the CHESNUP MARE left in my Paddock, at G-een'a Pinch, Sy,dney Roan, on the 6th of Sopte:, bar, 1E63, by one Mr. UH.yes, and bearing the following br.nd-, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 6 April 1865
NOTICE, LL perecne INDEBTED toL. KBLLY & CO., are requested to pay in their ACCOUNTS fortiunitn ; if not, they will be beaded over to s eciitor for collection. Xiimrre, March 29, 1865 * A 204 KILMORE ST. PATRICK'S SOCIETY. I -?HE MONTHLY MEETINGS (committee and I genersl) of the above Society will be held at the Royal Oak betel, on Tuesday, 2nd May, 1865; the c,,mittee at seven, and general at eight o'clock p.m, THOMAS HUNT, Hon. See. WANTED. li I_ TANlTED Two Good EOOTMAKERS. Apply n to LAURENCE PARNELL, Sydney street. THE MOST CONSTANT FRIEND. HOLLOWAY'S OINTIENT. -OSSE"SED of this remedy every man is his own Family Phvyician. If his wife or children are troubled with eruption of the skin, sores, tumours, white swellings, sore throats, asthma, or any other external ailment, a persevering use of the Ointment is all that is necessary to produc e a radical cure. It is invaluable to the population of this climate. Bad Legs and bad breasts. In ro case has this ointment teen kno...
PETROLEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 6 April 1865
PETROLEUM. Ten years have barely elapsed since it was announced that two adventurers of -New York had secured the right to work a spring of petroleum at a certain place in Pennsyl- a vanmi, situated on one of the tributaries of c the Alleghany River, and which, from the quantity of mineral oil with which the dis trict appeared to be impregnated, had ac uired from the native Indians, in days gone , the appellation of Oil Creek. The pos sessors of this concession lost no time in forming a company to- pursue the undertak- v ing by means of associated capital. The or ganisation in question was three years subse qnently followed by another formed in Con necticut, which took up a position near a place called Titusville, and some eighteen miles distant from the scene of the New York operations. The result of the labors of these two associations, and of other adventurers in the same field has been the development of a new and very important trade, and a com petition for land on the banks of...
Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 6 April 1865
ULiItmort R'Stc jortts PC.L EHID HtREDAY MORYI1G . THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1865. * If v.I ý ,.u t ý. Blanem? cur chbure, r. t lh foiL" Wur does farming not pay ? Why ! in the firt plare, because wehave been in the habit of expecting too much. Because, ha ing bought land dear, and fenced, and cleared, =nd ploughed it at great cost, we have ex pected to have our ouitlay returned in the first three or four years. It would have been sufficient to have expected 20 or 30 per cent. upon that outlay, which, during many past seasons, under good management, has actually been realized. In the next place, the art and science of farming has been very imperfectly understood (even as an art with out the science) by many engaged in that pursuit. Lands have been imperfectly tilled -seeds have been sown in lands unfitted for their growth-the lands have been ploughed in such a way as to retain the surface water -the virgin soils have been exhausted for want of rotation and a re-supply cAf 0!' used up eleme...
KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 6 April 1865
KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. MoYnr, APnrL 3. The usual meeting of the Kilmore Borough Council was held on Monday evening. Pre sent:-His Worship the Mayor, a?id Councillors Hudson, Sugden,Butler, Thomas, and Dobinson. The minutes of former meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. 1. From MIr Laurence Dunphy, askiig for a month's extension of time to complete his contract. Granted. 2. From J. Keeling, a.ndng that the Coun cil would be pleased to take into c.ondera;: tion his request to be allowed to complete his contract for lamplighting. The letter was signed by a number of ratepavers. Councillor Sugden moved that the letter stand over until final payment had been ap plied for. Councillor Dobinson seconded the motion. Carried. 3. From Oppenheimer and.Co., forwarding a bill of £23 15s lOd for waterpipes. 4. From the Rev. G. T. Hall, calling at. tention to the state of Bourke street, near the Primitive Methodist Chapel. Referred to Public Works Committee. 5. From Mr. R. Baugh, encl...
ELEPHANT-BAITING IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 6 April 1865
ELEPHANT - BAITING IN INDIA. (FROMI THE FIELD.) At the beginning of November, 1863, I chanced to be at Baroda during the race week, not so much, perhaps, to see the races (which may certainly be denominated as second-rate) a; to ser the province of Guzerat, the " garden I of India,', and the independent native state t of Baroda, which is governed by a rajah, or t " guicowar" as he is called. This guicowar is at all times most oblig ng, and willing to a do what he can to promote the enjoyment of I any Europeans who may chance to be there, t and especially, I believe, during the races, to I which he presents a handsome £120 cup, and I generally attends the meeting himself. Well I before we h'ad been there many days, my t friend and I:received an invitation, through c the resident, to be present at a grand a ' tumasha," which was to be given by his t highness in the course of a day or two, and at 1 which most of the few Europeans in the station would be present. This, of course, t we a...
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 6 April 1865
MISCELLAiNEOUS EXTRACTS. When Mr. Ireland and his buggy put in an appearance in Melbourne after their voy age downward it is highly probable that their nearest friends will scarcely recognise them. The hood of the buggy remains on the road half ways between here and Mat. lock as a memento of the romantic drive having come to a temporary grief against a tree. An incident in the upward journey of the ex-Attorn'ey-General and his partr is worth recording. They miscalculated the. powers of their pair of nags, and failed to make a certain stage up the Black Spur. Night came on and they had to bring to; fortunately they had some matches and lit a fire. Mr. and Mrs. Colgan stowed them. selves in the buggy, and Mr. Ireland and his son took the shelter of the bushes. lr. Ireland, feeling fatigued from the pressure of wet boots, took them off; but putting them on in the morning was another ques tion, and after many fruitless efforts he failed. His Honor Judge Cope came up with the party at si...
PYALONG ROAD BOARD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 6 April 1865
PYALONG BOAD BOARD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5. &nbsp; The ordinary monthly meeting of the board was held at Griffith's hotel, M'Ivor road, yesterday. Present:--The Chairman (Mr Griffiths), and Messrs Doogan, Quinlan, White, Bourke, and Bradley. &nbsp; Proposed by Mr. Bourke that the tenders for the Saw Mill Creek bridge be not opened, but fresh tenders be called for next meeting, and in the meantime that it be ascertained whether the deviation road passes through Crown lands or not. Mr. Bradley seconded the motion. Carried. Mr Bourke proposed that part of the cost of building the Kurkurrue bridge be paid to the Springfield Board. The Chairman seconded the motion. Carried. Mr. Doogan proposed that Messrs Bourke and White be appointed delegates to attend a conference relative to the Willowmavin toll-gate. Seconded by the Chairman. Carried. Mr. Bourke proposed that notice be given through the local papers, calling on the ma-. nagers of the common within the district to forward...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
The following legal opinion as to the value of a miner's right, within the district of Beechworth, has been furnished to the jour nals by the Mining Department for publica tion :--" Counsel is referred to the 3rd and 111th sections of the Gold-fields Act, and to the bye laws of the mining board of the dis trict of Beechworih, sent herewith, and his opinion is requested on the following matters: -L Under these bye-laws, is the holder of a miner's right entitled to take up and pos sess one or more claims in any or each divi sion of the mining district; or, must he hold one claim only at a time ? 2. Can he hold several claims in one or more divisions of the district if he take out a miner's right for each claim? 3. And generally as to the r.ghts and privileges which the holder of a miner's right-is entitled to under the oye laws. L We 'think that under the bye-laws! the holder of a miner's right is entitled to take up and possess one or more claims. The proviso at the end of the second...
MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
- 3nIINiG MF'MS. - CI - (rox THE WOOD'S rOrrT rMES.) The m'ining operations for the first quar ter of the year will scon be the subje.t of oficiall report by the Mining Surveyor, fAr the information of the Ceutral Departmelt, and we have very little fear that the !-ooks of the kicel f-e wi!l exhibit a very satidfa' tory condition of af?airs for this season of the rear. The machines have not had one half of their stax:ners at work during the past thre? ',-:ts. Water has l:een short, and the :rea:est econ?cm has hid: to be observed in the un.e of this element, blothi for driving power and for washing. The escorts, have, however. been well maintained, and the stou? obtained has, in many cases, been above the a:ers re of gold-bearing qua: t. Th2 aecu mulation of ..ysab!e stone awaiting the sea sonable donefall in this immediate loIalit: and the surrcu;:wding neiThbourhod is some thing enirn:u-,.d "Ith a re:irn of the means of ci:l.'hing our ,.:luetions will increase twntiv-foild T7; qua...
GUNBOATS ON THE LAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
GURNBO.AI ON THE 'LAKES. The prohibition which England and the United States mutually imposed upon them selves at the close of the last war, to keep each not more than one revenue cutter on each of the lakes is about to expire. In the month of October last, the Federal Govern ment gave the requisite six months' notice of their intention to discontinue the arr.rne ment. There will, therefore, be an end to to the prohibition next April. Both parties to the agreement will then be at liberty to place a naval marine on the lakes. A change of so much importance interests this province in a very high degree. It was quite optional with the Washington Cabinet to takethe step on which they determined in October, and it would not have been in the power of England or Canada to have prevented it, if either had desired. Upon examination of all the bear ings of the case, we think it will be found that there _s no cause for the other party to the arrangement which is on the point of being annulled,...