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LANCEFIELD ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, AUGUST 27, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 August 1865

LANCEFIELD ROAD BOARD. MosNDA, AUGUST 27, 1865. Present :--Mr. Haley (in the chair) and Messrs Graham, Wragge, and Rid dell. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and Mr. Riddell protested against the particulars of a charge brought against him and Mi. Keenan by Dr. Mackay relative to his address at last election. Some members were of opinion it was best leave the mat ter over until there would be a full meeting. The minutes were then confirmed. A letter from the Assistant Commissioner of Roads and Bridges was read relative to a bridge over the Emu Creek, and saying he had not yet received a detailed estimate of what the cost of the bridge would be. Dr. Mackay here took his seat. On the motion of Mr. Wragge seconded by Dr. Mackay, the clerk was instructed to send a copy of a letter previously forwarded to the Assistant Commissioner and ask if there were other details wanted, if so they shall be forwarded. A report was read from the delegates Messrs. Graham and Wragge --appoi...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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TUESDAY AUGUST, 29. (Before D. N. Nicolson, and G. Hudson Esq's. J. P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 August 1865

TUESDAY AuoUST, 29. (Before D. N. Nicolson, and G. Hudson Esq's. J. P's.) Wim. Requent a neglected child was bro ught up by Sergeant Grant; ordered to return with his aunt who was in attendance to take him home. Marv Minehan v Mary Chamberlain, for assault, damages laid at £20. Dismissed. Same v James Miinehan for assault. With drew.

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 August 1865

M1SCELLAN tOUS EXTRACTS. - TuE FEAsr or Pryur.-It was a feast of mirth ; eten rioting dorn in an orgy. On! the first day the people thronged to the ?v-, nagoe; woenu and men, girls and boys, the blind andthe luae; where they heard the -tory of Esthur; the eldest curing the Persian an! the Amalakite; the roysr clap ping hand., and the whole congreration rhouting, " Cured be Ha?man! Blcssed be Mordecani" This serice being ended, the people went home to eat and drink, to sport and riot, atill crying in their cups, "Cu'?ed be Haman ! Blessed be Mordeni ! " Perum was a jewish saturnalia, during rhich there was minuei in the doorwanys and dancing in the eoarts. Men put on women's clothes. A Jew was told to drink wine until he got drunk an fll :sleep on the floor. The rAle to what was meant by being drunk was short rud clear; to comply with the custom, it was said that the reveller must be so far gone in stupor as not to know whether he was cursing Haman or cursing Mordeeai A fiavorite sto...

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EXTRAORDINARY CASES OF POISONING IN SWEDEN. STOCKHOLM JUNE 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 August 1865

EXTRAORDINARY CASES OP POI SONING IN SWEDEN. SrocKrnoLM JrNE 10. In a trial that is now going on in one of the criminAl courts of justice in this country, a series of .-uh appalling crimei has been brought to light that I cannot resist refer ring to a proceeding which may be ranked among the most astonishing in the judical annals of any countrr. I "In this ease the .accused is 31. Lindback, the pistor of SilLodal, a small parish in one of the most beautiful v.lievs in the province cf Wermlud. In the immnaiat_ ncighlour hood ofthe ci&arch is the parsonage, in which the pa.-tor, ,;o i- a an of sixty-two years of age., of g'ood .'ddrs and r:ather p)rel;o. Tessaini, :1 arilnce. has if.r :-me ve:ar rc sided, a s in a ih 31 . Lyvsen, a gentleman who hadl retired fro::l buines as a merchant, lived h : sit' !Li a s oarder, whucse sudden death gar*t ri.e to u:;picions which hare led to the L.0-t :.agu !r ,d painfil disc'trie.:. There Laving. lt(. reason to su,:iq,,e that M LvcS a hal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 August 1865

ADVERTISEMENTS, NOTICE. .4 LL partieairddltad to the urddrbigneti arire f querttd to pay the aam. to Meitra. Tiri;p & O'Cornorwitl~in to' days from tt:it date othattrisa jltcCeedias aiii be tatn kcn rrCDFer' of ::: "P o. & V . 1LU'LJMISRL WILLIAM KYLE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUT CHER, SYDNEY Str0EET, KILMORE, EGS 'o itonn the people of Kilmore and reig' b .u h,,od that he has su -ceded to t to bu siness of MesLsr J.. ni E. P.urmhar, and hopes to mecit a fair amounit f patronage. KILMORE UNITED CRICKET CLUB. MEErING of the abavenamed Club will be - held at Murray's Riyal Oak hotel on Tues !ay, the 5th proL, at 8 o'clock p.m. fir the purprse of el ecting ofice bearers for the seasan. J. HUNT, Hon. Sec. TO LET 0 Let for a term as may be agreed on, 102 acres of good agricultural LAND, situated in the par ish of Byiands seaure!y fenced, six roomed hous-, stables, barn, pig stye, mi.king shade, stock-yard, &s, kr own as D..nil A era's Farm, also, 36L acres parish of ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 August 1865

LEGISLAIYVE ASSEMBLY. Tro Dry, Avatar 20, 1S65. In the Legislative Assembly, DMr. Verdon stated (in reply to Mir. L. L. Smith) that if the stoppage of Treasury payments should be very much prolonged, the Government would not be indisposed to pay to civil servants the interest derived from the banks on the moneys retained. MIr. M'Culloch brought down a message from His Excellencv the Governor. The message acknowledged the receipt of the ad dress voted by the House on the subject of the non-payment of the Civil Service salaries. It intimated the readiness of His Excel lency to consider earnestly any measures calculated to allevi:tte the existing difficulty; but it reminded the House that, in The face of the Constitution and Audit Acts, sanction could not bo given for the issue of money from the public account unless it was "'le gally .vailale" by an act duly concurred in r. ' I- .2T74. pression of the hope, that in the peculiar and pressing nature of the present conj uhctitre, some st...

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 — 31 August 1865

C03 EI RCIAL INTELLIGEBCE. KILMOaE. Mr. ýizf~t, K rcr· ; uýr 3 i~iy, quotnoles Fcur .<',5 r.: i4r, cr JP 141 p-r bqc Brno Sh 151 t= t r `_. 24 Fer bu.L e MIr. Gecrge li..a-L qg-:;tes:- Oat., Ci'1oe is, -s 101 to S. Od per basket B-s,2e 3di to 2e 4 per buihe PaiLird, . 6d per LcsheI rctttt;<, ;us 0 121 pcr cut. U:-.;Ss 03 per eat .Zta4 7. per ew:. Us.&;acotrz-Fý os the Y lesr Ties we quote ttt9 folkc~tn{ý ,icr:Cr * - Fu, bett, L23 par t;n Lt Ld, % Oil to y. 6I per buthd P FJ.l. 2s 3 pcr huebe BrZD, 1. 8J per butLd1 Ceite, 1 63 }tr I Lbtel Pei . reed LILat, 5, 6j per. bushel tiT 1;7 1QN i-er tou 1'otto(*s, 21O per :oz iT.-Tlf.- ef~ n aretbe price ao ruling 35 .j -IL :Y .L± 1s ýo Ggjrdias: w tU £i I' 1~ 10= Fer ton ,!'D ,9 r6__ ;rl ~ Oisti :ao 3.SE? r ci L-·r. e BrctDrco.-Frxn t~e BerAdigo Indepedeai we gnct; tte fod!ooi! g 'abolr Lle prices current: E14ur Ad. htiJe, £-7 per t-. - ~ Cc1l :ir: CL~iui £t3 Krar., 2e ptr LL.s.!J Oate, e- loriJl, 4. 91 per bush...

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THE LAND SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 August 1865

THE LAND SELECTION. -4----- From the "31'Ivdr Times." -4---- -Wednesday last was, in all respects, a ca pital day for holding a hind selection. The puddlers could not work, and of course took a holiday, but their stock of water kept in creasing, in consequence of the oontinual succession of showers of rain throughout the day; and, notwithstanding that a few bona fide selectors were compelled to stand all day in the wet and cold, and at last meet disappointment; the day was a curse to the dummies. They took no interest in the thing beyond the miserable "screw" which they were promised, and of course the time hung heavily on hand. Many of them were more in want of a coat than a few hundred acres of lind, and not a few looked as if a visit to a cookshop would do them more good than having their name called to make a selection. A few of the local dummies who went into the enclosure came out again be fore their names were called. A lot from Kilmore lost their leader, and were wander ing ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 August 1865

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. - SUDDEN DEmTn.-We regret this week to have to record the sudden death of Mr. John Wicking, an old resident of Kilmore and neighbourhood, which took place on Tuesday last. Deceased worked all day on Monday and never complained until within about ain hour of his death which took place at one o'clock on Tuesday morning before medical assistance could be procured. An inquest was held on the afternoon of the saie day by the coroner-Di. N. Nicolson, Esq.-and the evidence of Dr. Bindley, who made the post-mortem, went to show that the cause of death was disease of the lungs. A verdict in accordance with the medical testi mony was returned. BRIDGE OVER No. 3 CnEEK,--QVe are glad to see that a good substantial bridge has been erected over the No. 3 Creek near Frazer's, and the manner in which the work has been performed reflects credit on the contractor, the Springfield Board and the engineer under whose superintendence the work was performed. This is a great advan tage ...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 August 1865

MLSOELL ANEOUS E'TRACT, The Geelong Advertiser state. th very- serious accident happenedto 3Mr. , all, the surveyor of the shire coundcilotf. on Friday. On that day M3r. Gobd company with the surveyor to the shire cil of Bannockburn, paid a visit of insf to HIope's bridge, Sutherland's Creek whilst walking along a plank his gne. dum book fell from his hand. In makic attempt to retrieve it ar. Goodallmi.: footing, and fell from the plink into thee beneath, aheight of some 20 feet. Il across a piece of timber which was k. the creek, andin doing so brokeone? legs. 3Ir. Hall, the president of the 9 nockburn shire council, who wan preset: provised some splints, and Mr. Goodai conveyed to the Moorabool station brought on to the Geelong Hospital, under the care of Dr. Reid, he is proa.r. favourably." On Thursday night last the shop of ' Phillips, jeweller, Dunolly, was entered.: watches and jewellery to the value of abstracted. An entrance was efifete back of the premises while Mr. Phil,, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 August 1865

AGNTS FOR T~h "FREE REStt W B GORDON A ooTCH, of OrGlin stre M bobuhne, ave bern appeiatd Arete -. g. C. JARRET, Hall f Comme~ , MIL. IOJ-xE, i appcint~d Agent for this journal LUAROrsyE, Tueaher, Blsod, has bee ap /_d get for ths Jourtain thbetl drit ý DUHAKILLT, 8towseaperDABaLIN Sg,6 Rive~r, obave Noa ppoistd agte iir at TB KILIORI 1TR1 PlR8S PUBLISI~D EVERY THURSDAY MORNING At STyDIT STarET, IILMOBE. 3 Wes f"h. Avertisi-g in the llrere Jmrey frA ares under:- IWO SHILLINGS AD SIXPE?CE PI INCH. A radreion of tea per reat .ill be made for &tenents crdered for one month; twen y pter at for two mobthb; thirty-three perus for tnr monts· -beyond which tim a speals arrage-u 3.ti be mde. The terns of rbptio to the il7rere ti ok a6d per qurt in town, ad Ted if peated tne am ntry. SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR, anr Ilk'e Bctel, Kilmore, for four Te l eideat 6argeon to the County Hoepital of ant, IBMOTVD TO BOUUBR STBIWk oroa! To P ammnVa Mutonoaa can. APOTHECARIES HALL, -IKEx ITBlzB...

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FRIDAY, SEPT. 1, 1865. (Before J. K. Trainor, Esq. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 September 1865

SFRIDAY, SEPT. 1, IS65. (Before J. K. Trainor, Esq. J.P.) Richard.Williams brought up chargedwith deserting his hired service was remanded till the following day.

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KILMORE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1865. (Before John Taylor, and J. K. Trainor, Esq's. J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 September 1865

OILMORE PO.ICE COURT. TH??nSDA, AUGUST 31, 1S65. (Before. Johl Taylor, and J. K. Trainor, Esq's. J.P's.) Anne. and Jane Doolan, neglected chidrea were ordered-to be sent to- the Industrial school, Melbourne, for five years.

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. (Before J. Taylor, J. K. Trainor, and G. Hudson, Esq's. J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 September 1865

TuSDar, SEPTEMBER 7. (Before J. Taylor, J. K. Trainor, and G. :' udson, Esq's.. J.P's.) James :Fitzpatrick v James Lyons, for £6 18s 6d, work. and labor done. son. suited. John Connors v John M'Carthy, for illegal detention of property value £3. Ordered to be restored, or to .pay £3 and 2s Gd costs. Winm. C. Hamilton v Richard Smith, for permitting dog to vworry. sheep. Defendant was ordered to pay £3 damages, and 23s 6d costs.

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. (Before J. Taylor, and George Hudson, Esq's., J.P's. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 September 1865

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. (Before .: Taylor, and George Hud0on, Esq's., J.P's. . Richard Williams on remnind charged with absconding from his- hired serviee, was or dered to forfeit £212s. Wages, and agreement to be cancelled.

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SPRINGFIELD ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 September 1865

SPRINGFIELD ROAD BOARD. -4----- Aioslr. SEPT XinEn 4, 1865. Present :---Messrs. Tom, Bagnal, Douglas, and Breene. Mr. Bagnall moved that Mr. Tom take the chair. Seconded by Mr. Douglas, Carried. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The correspondence was read as fol lows : 1. From Mr. Nicolson requesting pay ment of the balance due on the Frazer's Creek Bridge. 2. From the office of Roads and Bridges requesting a return of the ratepayers in the district rated under £10 in the year 1863. Mr. Bagnall moved that a committee con sisting of Messrs Douglas, the mover, and the engineer, be appointed to inspect the Frazer's Creek bridge, on.Tuesday, the 15th inst, at 9 a.m., payment to be made on ap proval by the said committee. Seconded by Mr. Tom. Carried. Mr. Graham, by direction of the Lance field Road Board applied for this board to join the Lancefield board in formation of one mile of the boundary road and to call for tenders. The Board stated thaftthe matter w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 September 1865

ADVERTISEMENTS. GRAZING .A1UDOCKS, '1Colla's Road, one mile from Green's Pinch HORiES and CATTLE taken in fr grazing a Redue Priis; 14 per lad for horne q;.a terly, co.. 9r do., yearling c ..ves 5a d, m-. , as per agreemtet. There are 600 aeres of richly gra.ed land, well wetered and scurciy fenced. A; care taken of stock wiihout wreponsibility. i.i sato wiil be tbken to at d from the paddocks on e emy Wednesday, nt a c r-ge of one sh;iing per head, trum t re Red Lion hotel yards. P?rsoa car:ting stock deilvered from thc psddo~t to give one deas' notice. Apply roMr.J. G. i AY, on the pre iise, or to C. G. ANDERSON, Auctioneer, Kilmore. NOTIC R133PEO TNG THE OLOTINIING IUI3 0D)OB B11 U E OF ABORIGLNEs. u tl TBE entral baoud appoit td to wtes over the d ant-r sts of the ahoigines have eaused the blankets and shirts issued this year to be made of a peculiar a pattern, as hereunder decor b. ; and it is thereby notiled that the clothing is issuned to the abor iuines for their as- and cmf...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 September 1865

¶it1itort jSr- c 13tt FtBIS5HRD THURSDAY XOBI!FGN. THURSDAY, SEPIEMBER 1, 1S65. THE position of the prc~-nt Ministry is in deed rather precarious, and has been so for a leng'~ened period, but, with a view to strengtheuing their hold, they have re sorted to a dodge unprecedented, we believe, in the annals of.any bountry. An epistle vi signed " G. F. VERaos" has been forwarded P to each of the Melbourne Banks asking that a cash credit to the extent of the Govern- sI ment account should be opened, and that b cheques could be drawn thereon, under the p Governor's order, for payment of salaries. u This we think will be rdlmitted on all h:tnds to be a novel way of getting out of a difficulty they have placed themselves in by their acts, t they are entangled in a siertof their own t weaving, and as criminals who are invariably si brought to justice, their doings are slow but c surely recoiling on their own heads. What they are attempting to do as it were for the n purpose of alleviating th...

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ETHRIDGE THE BANK DEFAULTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 September 1865

ETHRIDGE THE BANK DEFAULTER. A. F. F. Ethridge, late accountant at the Bank of New South Wales, Geelong, was ar. rainged at the General Sessions in that town on Thursday, and pleaded guilty to having stole n from that bank upon three several oc c:'sions money amounting in the whole to £O00, in the years 1StG3 and 1564. The prisoner appeared to feel his degrading posi tion most acutely, and wept during his stay in the dock. Mr. Armstrong, for Mr. Aspinall, said the bank had no wish to press for an extreme sentence, as the prisoner had so fully ac knowledged his guilt. Evidence of previous good character being called, and Dr Mackay addressed the Court for mitigation of punish inent, pleading the suffer ings already under gone by the prisoner, and his deep remorse for the crime he had been tempted to commit, and imploring iis Honor to temper justice with mercy. The prisoner then put in the following written statement:-: H.3i. Gaol, Geelong, 31st August, 18G5. His Honour Charles Badding...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 September 1865

IEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TtESDki, SETE3BER 5, 1865. In the Legislative Council on Tuesday, Mr. Cole presented a message from His Excellency the Governor. The document was read. It thanked the House for its address, in reply to the Go vernor's nessage, on the subject of the Ap propriation.cum.Tariff Bill, and stated that "without violating either the letter or spirit of the laws," the Governor had, "with the advice and concurrence of his resuonsl ble Ministers, succeeded in making tem porary and provisional arrangements for meeting the inevitable pecuniary liabilities of the Government in the present emer gency." The Governor regretted that it was not in his power effectually to interpose in the controversy now existing between the two Houses, and expressed the hope that the suspension of intercourse as to matters finan cial would soon terminate. On the motion of Mr. Cole, the message was ordered to be taken into consideration next day. The amendments made by the Legislative Assembly in ...

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