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OPENING OF THE DUBLIN EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 July 1865

OPENING OP TIIE DUBLIN EX HIBITION. On the morning of the Sth May, about 7 o'clock, the Prince of Wales, attendled by Li eutenant General Knollvs, the comptrol!er of the Prince's houe'hold, Colonel iepple, awl Major Teesdale, left Marlborouglhl iou?e en route for Ireland, for the purpose of be. irg present at the opening of the Dublin In. ternational Exhibition. His Royal Hlighnb'ss arrived at Kingstown at U. 10 p. in.. an: .' most cordially welcomed on his arri, i. Lrge crowds collected and banners stre ,ne 1 from many buildings. At 18 minutes. t, the Royal yacht was sighted at King.stlvn. Instantly the yards were manned, and the Black Prince thundered forth a salute, which was taken up by the war ships and re echoed by every vessel which carried a gun. The scene presented was interesting and excitini. The seamen cheered, and those on shore by common consent joined in the manife-tatiou. Every eye was fixed on the Victoria and Al bert as she rounded the pier, and slowly steamed into...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 July 1865

1 ittorc .Frtt Jrt00r; ?"J?ISKD SH L'DAT MORIIfG*. THU'RSRAY, J.ILY 20, 185. As individal, who, is " not" a cautankerous dissenter, rddressis, in a would-be-facund ,tyre, that equally iable and profound person the editor of the " Examiner" in his iue of Tues?ay laLt, and we merely call attention to the matter l'cinm fully aware that the remarks made by him negative themselves. Such a complicated, and, to make use of an expre:!ion of " Dissenters," " trumpt-up" production we seldom if ever had occasion to witness. We deem, to a great extent, the remarks of the writer referred to unworthy of, or rather below our notice, and would say if the morals of the class which he tries to represent are to be judged by the character of the letter they are at a very low ebb ; his interFetration of our remarks re htive to a " cantankerous little dissenter" otlry serve to show that, knowing the real meaning--excelt he is too ignorant to know llack from n bite-he contrives to hide hin relf withi:, hi...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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AMERICA. DEATH OF THE MURDERER BOOTH, AND CAPTURE OF HARROLD, AN ACCOMPLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 July 1865

AMIERICA. DEATH OF THE MURDERER BOOTH, AND CAPTURE OF IIARROLD, AN ACCOMPLICE. The American papers contain voluminous accountd of the capture of rlarrold, and the death of Booth. The following are extractm from Washington letters in the New York Times : From the time the Secretary of War tele. graphed Colonel L. C. Baker at New York, twelve days ago, to come here inmmediatel; and take eha. ge oT the matter ot ferreting out the facts and arresting the criminals in the assassination, up to last Sunday, but little progress was made in the right direction. Ail the lower counties of Maryhand were scoured by a large force, consisting of 1,600 cavalry, and 500 detectives and citizens. On Sundiy last Colonel Batker learnt frma a little k;" in Maryland some ltcts which satisfied his. that l*ooth and Harrold had crossed the river about eleven o'clock a.m., and had gone into Virginia. A telegraph operator, witha small body of soldiers, was sent. dow;n the river to tap the, wires at a given 'la...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 July 1865

LOCAL INTELLIGE NCE. BALL AT LAcrIELDo.-A correspondent, writing from Laucelield, on the 12th instant, states:--A. meeting of the Common School Committee was held this evening at six o'clock. Present the Chairman, Messrs. Conway, lHowden, 3ladigaun, Field, Beaslev, and Cannon.. It. was; decided that the Lancefield Grand Ball, in aid of the above school, should come off in the school-room on Friday, the 4th day of August next. Other matters, in connection with the pro posed ball were considered, and it was agreed that the services of a Melbourne band should be procured for the occasion." R?avsiox Cocn'r.- A Court for revising the lists ot' the various Road Boards within the district ofKilmorewisa heldatthe'Kilmore Court-house on Friday last, at ten a.m. The Magistrates on the Bench were, Messrs. L. Bourke and Geo. Hudson. The voters lists for the districts of Bylauds and Glenburnie, Pvalongand Willowinavin,wererevised, with out any alteration having been made therein. A correspondent...

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 — 20 July 1865

ADVERTISEMINTS. NOTICE. I NTOTICE is hereby given that all CATTLE found t Trespassing afr.r this date in the Viotoria pad. doctk ill be IPOUNDED. t JOHN M~OCAERY. Ju'y 3, 1865. 16o NOTICE MRS. COOBS b'gs to inform the inhabitants of Kltm -re aed 'iciaity that she is prepared to take in WASHING at reasonable rates; sne would also go out to wash f,r fan ilies. Address :--Nset to Dr. Nioolson's, Gippe street. 16 FOUND. L'OUND, about two years sen. in the Bylapds die. I trier, a smsll sum of MONEY. The owner will bear of same by applying at the Free Press F?al. 161 FARM TO LE. TO LET, for a term of years, a FARM coat.iAing 140 acrer of the best quality of Land, abtuated at Ta:a ook, r ear Seymour, on the south side of the Sandy Creek tricge, fronting the Sydr.ey Road and the Tellarook Frmess' Cc mmon, well watered by a lagoon which is not inclused in the survey. 100 acres fira for egriul ural purposes. There is a four roomed house on the ground, and sheds, stockyards, &a, attac'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 July 1865

AGENTS FOR THE " EE PRESS." -0- (Ey3 GRDOI A GOTCH, of CMllire striv fela, znrerh, have been appointd Agents fy noornaL ,, . C JAR?BT, Hal cf Commerc, MEL. -E, is appointed Agent for this journal. S, VAROEY, Teeher, Belsads, ha bees p g alt for this Journalin that diatrist ,DrT Cc:ABLLY, StorekepesDABLIN - O 3~34 Big er, ka-e ban appeistA aat istL Sfr this JornalJ. THX KIKORE TRUE PRISE PUBLISHED [YERY THURSDAY MORNING AT 51DUIT STREET, 1ILMORE. tI tkn for adverti, g in }te Xikrlore F,re re are o under : TWO SHILLINGS AND EISXEENCE PeR INCH. Srd acticn *f ten per er:t ail Le r:ele ftr utiuecnts ordered for one monthb twen y tr se fur two onrcths; and thirt-three per rent for S. suor tb :-beyond whiih time a specal arrange Lauls be rade. The terne of subsrptipon to the Imeerwerle P'ar .'1 be 6d per quarter in town, and s 64. if peeted Stlhe enatry. SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR, s-r IDls &trl, Ki more, for four years ading Btizrn to the County Hospital of Iit, 1D2. &';...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 July 1865

'NOTICE. 11. Quicrts fqn sut-riptwn to the Free Preu: wil e mmtre. cn Pha 23.d Marlch, .3.d Jeue, " 3e d Ieteafr and 23.d DMeeher. Pcr.onr clutit wirnlta. t1.eir t.ane'rvmn the Poll o: S. bcritew rithwa t pvau.r up to the end gJ w. thererrat qart.zr., Now PuIerrit~r. eat he enrclled at a'ai tii..e by I ay. ' ft i ,Lbcitl(u? t rrperi'i...,ýi to the jeri in tlb q:'atter r~tmnain g LrtA~rirtd. Adrerti uments re tired for ea-h ispue up to two Sn.on[e day pretu-us to Lu~niaetivn. ELtcI hl-I v·r anm ot H.otld b-ar upon he nariun.etiptthe run-be-r of in-o~or.i le goirnc. Whet, t,,) inwr' cci "r." are .e-,-t in reertut.ce to I Ve i cmvnrer irceertiu'as, tt.e t ur dr r me, t ·ipr and . tiara. ( ell erdnly. Notacie to withdraw en eudrrrnaun ent ehou't to giret iii All tr '.ee to at-r or dicontinue sulvutiaeinent ?n-. ha m~rce in w-i irg, and foiru.-deid to ti ..Aeebef ta .,z t-.in. o, tlieT iiea} .i Ct ice ok.

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WILLOWMAVIN ROAD BOARD. TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1865. Present:— The chairman (J. K. Trainor) and Messrs Mulvey, O'Dwyer, and O'Brien. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 July 1865

WILLOWVMAVIN ROAD BOARD. TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1865. Present:--The chairman (J. K. Trainor) and Messrs Mulvey, O'Dwyer, and O'Brien. CORRESPONDENCE. 1. From Mr. Thomas Quinlan, calling the attention of the Board to the open crossing about being made on the Carlsruhe road and saying the water running through his property would materially injure same. The chairman suggested that the letter be re- ferred to the engineer. Mr. Mulvey proposed, seconded by Mr. O'Dwyer that the engineer and a member of the Springfield Road Board inspect the place referred to and report thereon. Carried.   Tenders for 2 chains of Central Road, and forming 11 chains, were opened and con- sidered as follows : £ s d. Patrick Corbett ............ 23 16 6 Thomas Cleary ........... 20 0 0 John O'Brien .............. 26 9 0 William Maher ........... 20 10 0 John Brady ................ 23 10 0 Thomas Dwyer ......... 18 10 0 Thomas Crotty........... 28 0 0 Proposed by the chairman that Dwyer's tender be acc...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 July 1865

TO CORRESPONDENTS. To enaure the inaerz.ou of co um icaitni it in £b1LlutIy Leorre'ar thrt they an,. 1 be coucied i, uoderste Iagtiage, cud written is the form of (U communirt'onr iLtieded fw iouserria mu be suitbheicite, bj the nasn anO acdrms or tia. ir.. - not nechaw ill feu ,ublih·iou, but as a asr ntke of Su.4 fealh Aseo iiu,-Crc. cd cut. IIixvkit &Y-" A Gb a; 8 -ty vi;1 alppea Neu w-ne

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 July 1865

"EW ZEALAND. (FEOM LIE SfYTEEY 'MORY?:G HEEALD. From th "'We-t Coast Times" of the 24th uTt., we learn that at the Kaeieri township " the late rains there had deterred miners from "working, but had, on the other hand, en abled those on th~ terrace to carry on ope rations through the greater supply of water. At the bottom of a shaft, at the late rush on the flat, at the depth of eighteen feet, one party had c ,btaincd seventeen ounces. The Kanieri eorrespondeut of the "West Coast Times" further a:vs : "On the left land branch of the iIokitika about eleven miles fr,:a here, several par * ties are makini, f 1 ier day, and others are said to be imaking mitr:'e about the same lo cality. S"'The rush on the Kanieri that was ru moured in town, is situated near the Kaniern Lake, where parties had been working for some time ; they obtain one grain to the dish, have a sufliciency of water, shallow sinking, and from two to three feet washdirt. For Tour more accurate guidance, I ma mention that ...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 July 1865

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. In the Legislative Council on Thursday. The imprisonment for Debt Law Amend ment Bill was read a third time, Mr. IHervey moved the second reading of the Public Lo0an Bill. After some remarks from Mr. Sladen and Mir. Campbell, the bill was read a second time and committed. Clause 2 gave rise to a lengthy discussion, relating chievl to the mode in which it is proposed to spend the £1'c,0t0f, or defences. Ultimately, the c!au?e was agreed tc, and the bill passed through committee. 3Mr. HIervey morvd that the bill be read a third time. 1Mr. Strachan called attention to the re solution not to take the third rtading of a I nancial mneasure until the.tariff was before the House. }le proposed, as an amendment, that the thud reading be postponed until Tue;da -. The .mendinent w.La carried by fourteen : .fire. The House adljourned at twenty-fire mi nutes past :x o'clock.

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TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1865 [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 July 1865

TcnsDAY, JrLY 25, 1635 In the Leislative Council on Tuesday,, Mr. Cole moved that an address be for. warded to Her Majesty the Queen on the subject of the assassination of President Lin. ccln. The motion was agreed to, On the order of the day for the second reading of the Appropriation cum-Tariff Bill. The President called attention to the fact that the bill embraced three distinct sub jects, viz., the impositions of the Customs duties, an alteration of the gold duty, and the appropriation of the supplies for 1865; and, that it was, in consequence, a measure in violation of the rules and usages of the House of Commons, tLc 34th section of the Constitution Act, and the r.solution passed by the House (on the reports of the Prece dents Committee) on the 17th of May. The President added, that if the House were to sanction the conjoining of foreign matters with an Appropriation Bill, the etfect would be to abolish the right of vote which the House possessed with reference to money bills....

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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 — 27 July 1865

ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT THE KILIMORE POST-OFFICE. Olv I &rrival Dararture Muibourn. Dady mit 73,1 Campbell~iald Daily at 4 pm., & p.m. (Swndt. Sn"mton .at 9 p.M. (Sw :da;a *z:e$e4I). Lt D mnybroc k exepted) trs.'cct to 8n Wallan Wallin) payment ol6 ý fr--6ýi Chfltarm Wrsbpuyli Bewoir Barnawartb s Wuapratta Winton Daily it a.. Dily tS3'45 p.m Beaalura BIMwacaya .xcqipted undspyeoepted Viiet Town Inros Beoadtord Tu~tlarotk Jsi iecn I H, atlrot. PysI n, I TeThn +r, zrj VYoo, Wed.. nd ie' d Cr."ek et at1 zp.a. Jziat r uu. yin J WpieF Faint Tw., T+-ura., an, Weon WA.& d MNLck 8 "t,t2 am F , t3.45p.w. TUin., Tanw., sono ,INa, 'Thu, & lisan e~l - St. It 33tSD . o 21aX. at 4 15 p~ The rrca'rjT a'u. O are d arac dail;t (% d.~ Fx eeptad) at 73ti'.3n., and Mr BaxLot'a bo 33 , pm. Money otera ie issued daiiy (Swndja excepted) fr n 1Oa .m.tou 2 33 pm.

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TUESDAY, July 25, 1865. (Before J. Taylor, Esq. J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 July 1865

TcESDAT, July 25, 1865. (Befre J. Taylor, Esq. J. P.) Faneis Hillon a charge of larceny was IaedJ eat the request of the police to WEDN.EDAr, JuLr 26,1865. Praacis Hill, on remand, charged with lar Y, Wasdisebargeb

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 July 1865

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. On the night of the 8th inst. an uldm r named Henry Morgan, while crossing Loaus dale-street, between Swanstonand Elizbeth streets, was knocked down by a cab, which was being driven at a furious pace down the street by a cabman named James West. He was taken to the hospital, when it was found on examination that he had sustained a lace ration of the eyebrow, a compound disloaa. tion of the right great toe, and a fracture of both bones of the right leg. He had received a great shock in the collision, and, from his advanced age (fifty seven years), the case was regarded by the medical attend.mt a. bad one from the first. Aoout a week after his admission, the surgeon considered that the case would terminate fatally, the dying deposition of the injured man was taken by Mr. Sturt, P.M. He died on Mondit morning, and an inquest was held on the body the evening of the same day, by Dr. Candler, district coroner. The cabman, West, who was arrested immediately after th...

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KILMORE COUNTY COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 6,1865. (Before His Honor Judge Skinner.) CASES UNDER £20. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 July 1865

KILMORE COUNTY COURT. FPR?ir, JULY 6,1865. (Before His Honor Judge Skinner.) CASES UNDER £20. Bindley v Darb-, for £4 19s 6d. Verdict for amount, and £3 13s 4d costs. Same v Jones for £5. Verdict for amount. Same v Cole, fur £6 Is. Verdict for amount and £3 13s Sd. costs. Same v Westblade, struck out. Same v Stenning, struck out Nicolson v M'Cabe, for £6. Verdict for amount, with £2 6s 6d costs. Meade v Jeffrevs, for £2 9s. Verdict for amount, with £3 12s Gd costs. Meade v Ford, for £5 15s 4d. Verdict for £2 15s 4d, with £312s 6d costs. Bindley v Webster. Struck out. tNiicolson v Jones, for £6. Verdict for £5 16s. Biddle v Grace, for £1 Ss. Verdict for amount, with £112s 10d costs. Biddle v Worthington. for £2 58. Veirdict for plaintiff, with L4 15s costs. Harris v English, struck out. Trezise v Matthew, for £2 4s 7d. Verdict for Ll 5s and costs. Burston v Worthington, for L14 Os 2d. Verdict for plaintiff with LA 16s costs. Evans v Ryan, struck out. Biddle v Rleilly, struck out. Mal...

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KILMORE GENERAL SESSIONS. THURSDAY. JULY 20. Before His Honor Judge Skinner. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 July 1865

i hOBE GENERAL SESSIONS. T·rEsD.u. Jrtr 20. w HIS Honor Judge Skinner. gHamr took his seat at a few minutes I ten . and disposed of the following c LARCEIT. 1-& Bartley was brought up, charged on 1 So uit-one of stealing, and enother of a knowing the same to have been i! ens tch, a set of gold studs, &c. the I of John Kelly. t oner pleaded not guilry to the of stealing, and stated that he had I up the articles on the road t C-r.C Cke prosecuted for the Crown. eprsoner wa- undefended. c J~a Kely on oath deposed: I am a. SI was at one time a member of the N f2rce; I know the prisoner, but have v ýreeanim since the 20th Aprii; on that c I was a passenger by the Jeechworth N to nMelbourne; a box in which were c ziercles produced was put on the coach e ,t~nalla; I did not afterwards see the box, rd d positively swear to the watch studs bzs being myproertyv. " 'ii amilton polie con:ta!? sta el at Tallarook, deposed as to arrest of ri with the articles in his potsession, sh...

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 July 1865

Monday, July 17. -t. The .31v.or, aal Cri. D.)wlino ot being present t the usul ^tn f wasm allowed to lapse. !heSein~

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LOST AND FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 July 1865

LosT .AN Forsx.--Awoman namedCamp bell, a resident of Pyalong, hadoccasionwhile wait ing for the coach yesterday, after having procured her ticket, to go down Sydney street, and on her return she dropped a purse containing £1 12s id., and also hLr coach ticket. She gave information to Constable Leeman, and he instituted an immediate search but without finding the missing pro perty. He came to give information at this office, and on doing so we accompanied him to the door, when, lo ! we noticed the mis sing purse on the side of the street close to the channel. We placed the property in the hands of constable Leeman to be forwarded to the owner.

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TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 27 July 1865

Tr.sDir, JELT 25, 1865. In the Legislative Assembly, An addr:ss to Her Majesty the Queen, with regard to the assassination of President Liucola,.was adopted, on the motion of Mr. .1C'Culloeh. The amendments made by the L_?islative Council in the aterrrwrka Bill we. tLken into consideration. On the new clause, providing for pro clamation of any district in tie colony as a water supply area, on the petition of 503in habitants. MIr. Higinbotham sug~,,stel tht the opinion of the Speaker should be taken on the point. 1t he Speiker said the Lagislative Coun cil could not extend the areas of taxation provided for by the bill. After a lengthy discussion the house re solved upon dis.greeing with the elazue. Several other amendments iuluding those in the clauses relating to the1 diverting of water were also disagreed with. The House adjourned at twenty minutes past six o'clcek.

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