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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
N\OTICE I.- Qesrterm for a niPtien to ills Free frets v D u ee on the 2Zrd Iazeb, 23dJuue, 23rd i4pt zeicr, aid 23-d Dreegmbee. Pirons zaonot wiihadrw dteir +4na roi the roll of S+.Aritera " i hat p qwg up to the end of thn currect qurtcr. N w .ae sibers es be ewr.&d at any Si, e by - sy is p s tub criyiwaa prspor~ionaie to the fttL d in %te wr'er 3'cxScria g Vztpircd. Adacti-emuL. rewire. taor ca-\ isane up tt two .w.ou dtc day p.inion to !u*blicatin. Erch rsi s r .iSýrsrt c L L; b m na'he m-nsiaica rthe t iia&t of ifl E~tfqlli e-. When no isra.`nci..na e- e-'t ina reswera to t+.e t timnberrsf itzerri-ta, the tIe.1-titeI t nil b.e ,rant nand uLti c^*Mrerm ndi d, er ds+s, .zar* s4 eharsd acrcrdsg!y. 1 ties Ia *irhis air an tdvertieaezjeut b.u'ds to girem in wr t F. Al sigdea t s at r sr dscOsstirne adv.r isemenea mant be made in vii tog, ass tcrwa~ded to this . ir c t fLee nx pmu. ia tea tumcard of e- hiwek. BANK HOLIDAYS. r 'SE BANKE will be' LOiED cn SATURDAY " u-s...
Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1865. WHO OUGHT TO DO IT? [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
P?TPUL?HKD TIUIUDALY I3OMRI50. TtiURSDAY, APR'IL 13, 186I5. WHO OUGHT TO DO IT Orr attention has lately been drawn to the subject of revenue under the Publican's Act, and the inequality of its action. We were Ltely forcibly brought to see this inequality, Lyw! the injurice intul-tcd upon the fair trader by certain informations against,, and issues resutifing from a few i.olated cases of sly grog sellinig, instituted.by M3r. loosdy, the Chief Inspdctor of Distilleries, aln i' has struck us somewhat forcibly tha.ttv il;;st a few poor people, iimng in reimocte country districts, have deen pounced upon and punished the great injurers of the local and general re venue, within the borough, have been left undisturbed. We know that some of the most valuable establishments in thii borough have gone down, owing entirely to this cause. Many expensively built and well furnished hotals, in Kilnore and other commercial places, are actually going to de cay and remain unlt, or are only sustained un...
IMPORTANT NEWS TO THE BACHELORS OF KILMORE, WALLAN WALLAN, & DONNYBROOK, &C. CUPID'S LOVE LESSON, OR THE SCIENTIFIC WAY TO COURT THE YOUNG LADIES. CHORUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
IMPORTANT NEWS TO TIIE BACHE LORS OF KILMORE, WALLAN WALLAN, & DONNYBROOK, &e., CUPID'S LOVE LESSON,: OR TIlE SCIENTIFIC WAY .TO COURT TIHE YOUNG LADIES.' CiORUss. Euroka, ma runne, I give you my blessin' For you taught me the precepts of Cupid's love lesson,. How to climb up the ladder and act the true part, The garrison storm of a young lady's heart. When you feel inclined for some little spbrt, And think it is time the ladies to coiurt, Remember this truth, forI tellf.ydii no lie, The first point to gain' i:s4ie young lady's eye. eye. Chorus. And when on in tr'ue love you forward adance, _ Neither learnt I in Spain nor learnt I in France, - But I learnt the great fact in Cupid's love lanil, The next point to gain is the squeeze of her handi Chorus. The eye will but gaze on her lovely bright form, The hand the direetion of Cupid's love storm, Oh, gentle e he touch, and tke it at ease, For volume's w speak when we give the soft squeeze: * ' ' ' Chorus. And, when' Cu...
THE SHOOTING OF MORGAN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "FREE PRESS." [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
tTHE SHOOTING OF. 3IORWIA. TO THE EDITOR OF TUE " FREE PRESS;' SI,--" Iie who lives by the sword dies by the sword," and the moral is retained in the case of the notorious Morgan, who have been amply compensated for his visit to Victoria at the hands of an Irishman. I wonder what MJr. Fawkner and his admirers will say to this sample of Irish importation-the idle, ignorant, slovenly Irish as Johnny and his friends has often termed them. Nay, but Jack, you were never in India, Waterloo. or the Crimea, or within fire of the feroious 0i;rgan : then, perhaps You would be taught. to lkn? better ofl the Irish. Anyhow, it i.s to be hoped that Quinlan will not only re ceive the fill reward offered by the. Sydney Governmerit for the taliin, dead or clive, of this blood-thirsty sYoundrel, but that the whole of Victoria will join in a general sub scription to reward the i;an through whose promptitude, coolness, and courage a new ray of glory has been thrown upon us by ending the careerof a desp...
BYLANDS & GLENBURNIE ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, APRIL 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
BYL.ANDS & GLEINBURNIE ROAD BOARD. Nos-DA, ArRIL 10. . . 1 Ai adjourned meeting of this Board? was held on Monday last, at the Board office. Present :-The Chairman (MTr.~.L Nunan) and Mcssrs O'Dwyer and O'Brien. -Tenders as follows Were opened for the formation of stone&dro.si~i on the road froi, the Kilmore Town Common to Broadford, near.Dug~ nslar : . O'Connor & Ryan ...... 48 10 0 John Morrissy ........ :39 18 0 Micht. Corey ....'...150 - 0 0? Jas. Proudfoot ...........120 0 0 John O'Dwyer..:........ 45 131 ,0o.. - hIr. O'Brien 'moved, that, in the opinion of this Board, the tenders were too high, and that none of them be accepted. - Seconded by the Chairman. Carried. The clerk was instructed to call for fresh tenders for th? works. .+r. Q'Brien moved that the specifications, etc., for the v-arioud iiorkisi eqiiTred to be done in future be laid on the table of the board for the inspecion of "iitending con tractors at least three days before the open ingof ...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. OUR RESERVOIR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "FREE PRESS." [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE-. OUR RESERVOIR. -0-~---- TO THE EDITOR OF TIlE "FREE PRESS." Sin,-Who should look after our reservoir? It is really too bad that people can go, with out any interferencewhatever,and wash their dirty clothes in it. A cane of this kind oa curred last week. It is, therefore, high time that steps should be taken to have the place fenced and paled in. With all its faults what would we do this season without it? There is no public work of of greater impor tance, nor one more deserving the attention of our Council I am, Sir, yours, , c., CLEANLL'NESS. Kilmore, April 12, 1865.' .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
AGENTS FOR THE "FREE PRESS." -o- 1fESSES GORDON & GOTCH, of Ollia etreet l.L wiat, Melbourne, hare been appoisted Agents !cr this JournL " Mr HENSCHALL, of SEYMOUB, b. ben ap pointed Agent fo .his Joaroal for the district of Seyrmnr. efr MARONEY, Teaher, Bvlands, bhas bm sp pecired Agent for this Journlin that ditrict Mr T. FOX, of TALLAROO?, hbs been sp. pointed Arent for thi Journal in that distriet Mr QUINN, Storkecper, Bt OADFOID, has been appointed Agert fr this ournalin the rned ford di tri't. Mer. DU N &KELLY, Stov?eepsee,DAtLING FORD, Big River, has been ppoinLd agent I that cistriet for this Jounal. THE KILIORE FREE PRESS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT SYDNET STRUT, IILOBlt. r E terms for advertising in the dilsre Prk Press are sa under : IWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENOC PU INCR. A reduction of ten per cent wi'i be acde for ydrertirements ordered for tne month; trvn'y per nat for two minthe; and thirty-three per ent for three month :--beond which time a spee...
ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT THE KILMORE POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
ARRIVAL _ ND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT ThE KILMORE POST-OFFICIE OGle' I Armrial Departure Dot: nrn+ Daly e 7930 ! ith+rli 1 Daily at 4pm., & pm. (Sundays R +tre. } at 9 1xd(Su da3 excepted)- Let Sms bra k exe opted) teraectto8on Wdmn a' wlla . J pa3 m'it of !ate f-e-Gd B eicxwsith - «_in r . Daily at 2 w~t" D ailrat 345 p.m 4:ri )feaaaya exeeftG u undjz3 oxoeptEd .TYI.ItTown I - Tis . k '~ + Xuroa - Ar~ce4 I Ki .~P.rrot JaikOn )~j3 Tc~~eaih g ··ct· · P..1»rw Tu~eW.,TharS,-amzd t[.u,Wed, and 1:e-adl Cc ek I aL.,at 1p m. Fr ,,at no~on. Yea wt~r, P~k P )Tue'.,Thnra, aid 'oWe4i,;-n~ tlrt.n ek 3 'S&,j Lt 2a m.' Fi.,at345 p..ix Tzw&.,Tfi.nr., and Feea,Thuzta1 &~ )7·9 ....4 fIst..*33Ornc~ z.a .z4ISy.. 1 l'a T . . ý ra ' $ . . 3 p n a 45T e r u !i~ 6 wp b o e a e c .~ re d d ~u l y ( S% L d u p c x . cevt ci) at 730 p.m., and M`ur Berf~uv's box at 3.3O `T'-e v o- ers sye iwned daily (3iindays exepepid) femIOain-to33)pan.
LATER FROM NEW ZEALAND. SYDNEY 8th April. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
LATER FROM NEW ZEALAND.' -o (sY, TE .EGRAPl, VI s PYD.ZFY) --0 (FROM TUE HERALD CORRESPONDYFT.) .S ir. ' Sth April. The Lord Ashley, fromi Auckland, brings papers to the 1st. The rebls were still in -lthe vicinity of Alexi'nrlra,andnecessitate cantinuedwatchful ness to guard a:gainst a sudden attack. Actual hostilities have not commenced on the part of the British troops, but every day is expeted to bring information of an im portant blow struck by General Cameron, who has marched a body of troops , with a commissariat, to the borders of Taranaki nn opposed. The Pai 3arire fanaticism is assuming a a serious aspect. The Poverty Bay natives have ordered the Pal Marires to leave the settlement, and thriatened to drive them out in the event of a refusal The IIokiangi friendly notives demand in creased pay from Government. The Auckland markets are dull. NELSOS, 3rd April Mfr. Saunders has been elected Superinten dent of the Province. IO0,003 diggers were located on the Okitiki gold-field...
FRIDAY, APRIL 7. (Before J. K. Trainor, and L. Bourke, Esqs., J.P.s) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
FurDAYr, APRiL 7. (Before J. K. Trainor, and L. Bourke, Esqs., J.P.s) .Patriek Noonan v. Charles Roughan, for £2 -19. ?(d Verdiet by consent, and £1 5s Gd costs.
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE SPRINGFIELD POST-OFFICE AGAIN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "FREE PRESS." [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
ORLGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE SPRINGFIELD POST-OFFICE AGAIN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE " FREE PRESS." Sut,-Since my last letter to you, which von so kindly and conspicuously inserted, I have been informed that our Road Boar4 did apply for to have a post-office at Springfield, but were refused on account of its close proximity with Kilmore and Lancefield. I believe, Sir, that this is not the real cause of the refusal, but, should a post-office be esta blished at Springfield the direct mail be tween Kilmore and Lancefield would become permanent, which the post-oftice authorities will not recognise if they possibly can. Therefore, the inhabitants of Springfield should not be content with this refusal, they must agitate, until they are supplied with a post-ofiice. Should they lose the present opportunity the direct mail may be dispensed with at the end of the year, and then we will ha e no chance of securing this privilege. I am, sir, yours, as before, ONE OF TIlE MANY WHO WANTS A POST-OFFICE...
(Before the Police Magistrate, & J. Taylor, Esq., J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
(Before the Police Magistrate, & J. Taylor, Thomas O'Brien, charged by_ Constable Leeman with being drunk and disorderly, was discharged, being first offence., Same prisoner, for assaulting the poliie in the exe cutioxn of their duty, was fined1Os,-in default fourteen days' imprisonment.
THE DOCTOR AND HIS POLITE PATIENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
TILE DOCTOR AND HIS POLITE PATIENT. The cases brought under my notice had. been unusually serious upon the morniig in question, and about 11-40 1 iu rired of my servant somewhat anxiously h;,. many pa tients remained still to be een as I hd to be at a consultation in the neighbourhood precisely at noon. " There's only one gentleman left," said he; "he arrived an hour ago; but he is so very polite that he has hitherto declined to take his turn." I was sorry to hear this, for, according to my experience, such an individual was likely to be in a critical state of health, or perhaps only postponed his interview till last so that he may prolong it without interruption. " I Lope everybody does come in proper order, James," said I. "You know what an objection Ihave to any favouritism." " O dear, sir, I am sure I never took a shilling from any gentleman or lady in my life, min order that they might be admitted earlier." " Really, James, I never said you did," replied I severely, "Show the g...
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. The Chief Secretary, the Minister of Jus tice, and the Treasurer, accompanied by Mr. Guthrie, inspector-general of Customs, left Melbourne on Tuesday, by the Alexandra, for Sydney, for the purpose of taking part in the conference with the New South Wales Government on the subject of border customs. The number of measures which have been brought before Parliament since the opening of the session, in November last, is sixty eight of these, six have been disposed of. Two (the bill for altering the constitution of the Upper House and Mr. Levi's Mercantile In struments and Securities Train?er Bill) were rejected by the Legislative Colnnil ; and (the Four Towns Incorporation Bill) was withdrawn: and three (the Land Bill the Mining Bye-laws Removal of Doubts Bill,and a money bill) received the Governor's assent. Of the remaning sixty-two bills, three were introduced in the Legislative Council. The first, the Charitable Institutions Bill, brought in on the 29th of No...