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LANCEFIELD SPRING RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 September 1865

LANCEFIELD SPRING BACES. -4~--- Mr. Madigan's Spring Races came off on Saturday last and proved a success in every respect. The weather was most auspicious and thanks to the exertions of the Stewards; and Mr. Madigan, a first rate day's sport was afforded to the large attendance of spec-. tators. Mr. Key, of Kilmore, officiated Judge, and Mr. J. P, Conway, of Lancer_ as Clerk of the Course and Starter, be whom deserve great praise for the asidnitr f and impartiality in their several capaciti Not the slightest accident occurreda and went " as merry as a marriage bell," notaitl standing some underhand and uncalled to attempts on the part of a Reverend gent man here, to prevent the races. The running was as follows: 1st Race.-For a bridle and whip, ra1C £2. Mr. Conway's White Stockings ... 1 .;Mr. Madigan's Holly ock, ..... 2 Mr. Dixon's Lady Bird, ......... 3. .Mr. Conway's White Stockings woa easily. 2nd Race.--For a saddle, 'value £4. S r.: Dixon's Lady Bird, ......... 1. Mr. Leech'...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 September 1865

LEGISLAIIV E ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1805; In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, Mr Macgregor asked whether any steps had beentalien by the Government with the view of carrying into effect the wishes of the Hause in reference to the payment of the civil servants ? Mr. Verdon replied that the Government had made an arrange.ment with :he London Chartered Bank, which would allow of the resumption of payments the following morning. The arrangement was tie opening of a cash credit, against which tae Govern ment would draw moneys in accordan. e with the votes of the House, and subject to the approval of the Governor and the Audit Commissioners, in order to meet the claims of the Civil servants and other demands on the public Treasury. The cash credit would be in the name of the Government, and would be operated upon precisely as if it were a public account. In other words, the ordinary forms would be followed as closely as possible, so that there might be every check on the expe...

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 — 7 September 1865

ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW GOODS, AT THU DUBLIN & MANCHESTER WARE HOUSE, SYDNEY & MITCHELL STREET3, KILMORE 12, 12 0. AND CO. TAKE this opportunity of informing the residents if Kilmore and its vicinity that they are now OPENING UP A CHOICE LOT OF SPRING GOODS Which will be OFFERED AT LOW PRICE3 to suit the times. The STOCK of CALICOES and ALL-COTTON GOODS now on hand will be SOLD at FULLY 25 PERI CENT. BELOW PRICES a few months ba k. An early inspection from intending purchasets is solicited. H. P. HARRIS & CO., Merchants, Kilisore. MOBRANDING AND GLENAROUA FARMERS' COMMON. NOTICE. THE managers of the above Common will attend at the common yard at Morissey'e, Mclror Road, on Monday next, and every succeeding Monday, to issue Licences for depasturing cattle on the above named common. Owners of cattle muet deliver written brands o all cattle to be registered to the maenagers, and shallf hlo aneist in branding with the common brand when necessary. Any cattle found nar...

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

THE ANNUAL CLEARING SALE or AT THU WILL BEGIN ON SATURDAY FIRST. JOHN M'KENZIE. BOOTS, BLANKETS, LINENS, OALICOES i FLANNELI 2, CARPErTS, SHAWLI' DRES-ES, PPRIN I', WOOLLEN HOIiL.RY,; SHIRET .-., tJUITFITS, TO BE' DISPOSED OF CHEAP, o make rcom for Scaeonable GOODS to arrive JOHN 3I'KEZIE. "Cessation of the American War." GREAT REDUCTION - IN CALICOES & PRINTS S. AT THE LONDON 3MART, KILMORE.

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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 — 7 September 1865

ARRIV AL AM) DESPATCH OF MLA-ILS AT THE KILMOIRE POST-OFFICE. - OE&s ArrivaI Defarture ILacrz 'Duly at 73 C'i-p1iwEl4d I Deily at 4 p.m., & p m. (Su^day. samit'ra . at 9 ..in. (Sou'day cxcepteid). Let IPOe 1br!: t ri cipted) tirstsct to Bon Wa'an tXa1ljr j payment of Iate fee-6d Bneeowoihj r1aw ig.e e C ierun - - EI!O err tr. a.,'tta I Wa. cn }- Dsi y at 2 arm. Dulyat3.45 pm P) r..is 3fndaja zcegtd S3ludayrr cepted Tirilt Town Faroirs 4 I*2sr -k Broadford AygPrrot Jiealýerte 1 .. Pj r ce..Tbrsmad Mon, Wed., and heed Crk IButat p~. Fin., at noon. Yes Woli'. Point Tn~ T.,Tº.ur., an6 ion, * e&, and ItatIack J S~tssThat m. Fri.,at 3.45 p.m. To's., T.-ve., anti Iues, Tnurs., & ILeneefeld } s.S t 3 :O0zj i Sat..at 4 15p.rn Th nfiw~k:ehP 'rw, 21( r;:;- eepted) at 7.30 phm, sad sir Burfooi' b 3 3.) p m. Moneiy o'wers are iaeeed cai1 (3undaja excpted, rop1Oa.m.to33Opir.

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 — 7 September 1865

BIRTH.   CROUGH-On the 2nd instant, at Kilmore, the   wife of Mr. Timothy Crough of a daughter. Both   doing well.

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 — 7 September 1865

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. .. SCnUTINY OF VOTISG P-APERS.-A---r. Iio0 mas Bossence, one of the defeated candi dates at the la' e annual. municipal electi°o has, through his solicitor, applied to the Bo rough Council for a scrutiny of the ballot. papers by virtue of the 99th clause of the Municipal Act. It will be remembered that the Mayor, J. Taylor, Esq. presided at the election referred to, and we consider the ac tion taken by that gentleman on Monday night at the Coiicil meeting comes with the worst grace and series to make the matter look exceedingly suspicious. We were never inclined to doubt our worthy Mayor's inte grity, but the movement referred to which will be seen in our Council report is such , would make themost incredulous look on wits amazement and suspicion. We regret our space this week will not permit us to fully review the matter, but at a future time we might do so. We think the action taken by MIr. Bossence will be proceeded with further and the probability is some str...

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

B YLANDS AND GLENBURNIE ROAD BOARD. --~ Mos-DAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1865. Present : The Chairman, and Messrs. Ar kell, Hickey, O'Brien, and O'Dwyer. Correspondence as follows was read and considered. 1. From the Pyalong Road Board relative to the amalgamation of Board with Bylands and Glenburnie. Movel by Mr. O'Dwyer that the board do not entertain the letter. Seconded by the Chairman, and carried. 2. From Donnybrook and Wallan Wal lan Road Board asking the board to appoint delegated to attend a conference to be held at Lafihn's Inverlochy hotel on the 13th instant, relative to the *'illowmavia toll gate. On the motion of the Chairman, seconded by Mr. Hickey, Messrs. O'Brien and Ar kell were appointed to atttend the confer enee. 3. From Mr. Meade, acknowledging the receipt of a letter from the board and ex pressing his willingness to continue legal ad vieer to the Board. Some members were desirous of knowing what Mr. Meade's terms would be. Moved by the Chairman that the letter from Mr. T...

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

NEW ZEALAND. . We iwe dates from Auckland,via Sydney, to the 18th inst. ABAWA EXPEDITION TO WHATA KANE The Southern Cross of the 14th inst. says: -"Immediately on the arrival of Mr. White at Maketu, the Civil Commissioner there, Mr. T. 1. Smith, made arrangements to dis patch a party of the Arawas to arrest the murderers of Mr. Fulloon. A short time since, upon the representations of Mr. Smith, a number of rimles were sent to 3Maketu, by Mr. Mackay, fur the purpose of arming the Arawas. T'hese were issued to them, and they received warrants authorising the arrest of the men named by Mr. White. Ninety men left Maket'a yveterday week, to take the road along the coast to Matata, while a body of 30S were to march from Rotorua inland to Riflgataike. If Te Wepiha and other chiefs cf Whatakane assist the Arawa, we may soon expect to hear of the capture of the murderers. As showing the utter break down of Sir George Grey's famous scheme of native government, we may state that many of the me...

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PYALONG ROAD BOARD. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 September 1865

PYALONG ROAD BOARD. WEDNESDAT, SEPTE3IBE 6, 1865. Present :-'Messrs Bourke (Chairman), Bradley, Gleeson, and the newly elected member Mr. Cooper, Correspondence as follows was read and considered : 1. From Donnybrook Road Board asking the Board to appoint delegates to attend the conference to be held relative to the Willow. marin toll-gate on the 13th inst. Mr. Bourke proposed that Mr. Gleeson and Mr. Bradley attend as delegates.. Seconded by Mr. Cooper. Carried. 2. From the Heatheote Road Common Toll Manager informing the Board that the month's rent of the Moranding toll-gate had not been paid him. The lessee of the gate was present and said he w)uld pay the money in a day or two. A report from the Engineer recommend. ing two crossings should be constructed near Mollison's and one near Hiscock's was read and adopted, and the Engineer was ordered to get the first two crossings done at an expense not to exceed £3 each, and the latter not to be more than £1 3' A letter from Thomas Cro...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 September 1865

UOURIOCIAL IT LIGENCR. ILMO E. Mr. Menfi--d, K:rcre Flour Mill?, quotes: Flzcr £25 p"r t-~, cr £2 14. prr b?g Brn £S 15, per tv'. or 2r per bausel Poilard 12- per 1C-,1 Mr. George Holeon qutes:- Otr,, Coonial, 44 0d to 5s 01 per uebael B-sre, 2 3d t2 2 4d per bahel P?:lard, 2. 6d per busbh Potat-e, 101 t3 121 per c?t. Hay,8c 0i per Cat CAiL, 7e per ewc. HurTcoTe.-F-ou. ti'e MIcer Tim. we quote the*c toaIiLz rrices: Flo.rt, et, £3 prt n Wi..- O9.0 c 5- 3' 1, r bethel Planrt. 29 3' yer Custl Ber, le ti ptr bt..e' bite, 4 6d per bushel P ims ser oats, 5. 6d per bushel H?y £7 10' per ton Potatoes, £10 per to KY xrreý.-Tbe following are the price now ralirg u quoted be t'. Kyneton Guardia4: Flour, £21 to £21 10 per ton Whe?a, S. wr bus"el Oa.. 3s to 3s 83 per bashel BnrDIGc.-From the Bendieo Indepnldent we qugc the fllor i-g wholesele prices eurrtat; Flour Aidelide, £57 per tOn ~ CohLial, £f4 ,s SChbiian £23 ,, Bran, 2s p? bhushel O.dt, es'ornia, 93 per krhel Ctaf, £ per ten - tay, £5 15...

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

AGENTS FORTHE" FREE PRE . " 1ST ~BaeBDOO=L CH; of cllior rtnut wee~d, Yclboam,% bore . sp Aite ýcý Jouzseý jr. c. JARRKT, Hail cf Commerce, XUL. 10h5Ai is appointed A~efoe this joumenL ~,UaRO~iEY,.T'clrr, byLatxd, h.bern p L ý fo this Jogralithat dutri ýeDLý trºELL ý6toertampe-oD1l=Q ?R.D, Bieiver, have btappeiae mat, ist"e iii`-d or tbi Joamrl TOL gILMOBD 1333 P"$8. pUBLISBID EVERY THURSDAY MORNINS 7 SMTD~ UTIrW, KLXOu. u grwn te adtertirlalhe Elm a. 1 Pnra areulbdi IWo fiLL=iGS AND IhXUWU PIN 'ICE. 1 readeti-n of tea pir tent niil b. maln for Idrrtiwgat ordered for ens month i twenty per cat for two moath; and thirty-three pee reor thain montbi beyoid which tine a spesol snags. Awl9tlf be made. The term . of au bseeipti bn to th e It iZ Uw me a n ill be 6& 6d per quarter i town. acd T.64d ipsed the iuntry. SURGEON & ACCOUCIEUR. ma Jsll ' Hari,~ KilbeN% foir t eone yeses Be arresn to th Qooatsty Ioitsl of it AIR. *3AVAN uImOID TO sYDNEY "s APOTHECABIES HAl4L ITDNIY ...

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPT. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 September 1865

KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPT. 4. The usual weekly meeting of the Kilmore Borough Council was held at the new room erected by the Mechanics' Institute Commit- tee, on Monday last. Present :-The Mayor, and Crs. Fynn, Arcus, Thomas, and Dowling. The minutes of previous meeting having been read, were confirmed. Correspondence as follows was then con- sidered. From Mr. E. Todd, saying he had supplied stones to Abbott's contract to the value of £1 5s., and'asking to be allowed to rem,ve them. Cr. Fynn thought the Council should not interfere with any arrangements between Mr Todd and Mr Abbott. On the motion of the Mayor, seconded by Cr. Fynn, the Town Clerk was ordered to write to Mr. Todd, saying the Couincil could do nothing in the matter. From James Reardon asking to be paid £2 10s. stopped on his contract. Left over for report of Finance Committee. From the Town Clerk, Richmond, saying that fire.engine was for saleby that Borough and that private tenders would ue received for...

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DETERMINED MURDER IN LITTLE LONSDALE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 September 1865

DrEEINED M--URDER IN LITTLE LONSDBALE STREET. (roM Mo~ i os 's "BHiar.") Iate ox Saturday evening it was rumoured m town that a most brutal murder had been fl committed in the very heart of the e?'. Stera inquiries were made of the po ebut they did not consider it compitable the en4s ofju-stice to make any reve. tin until yesterday evening, lest the cul ehoulderade the strong arm of thel 6' It ape that a hairdresser, named George Gliver, otherwise Kelly, aged 31 yar emplored at Mr. Gamgee's, in Queen sad residing at 92 Little Lonsdale .tast, went home in a state of intoxies Can Thursday evening last, when Mary ,-a woman about twenty-six years of e With whom he had been cohabiting for TYet, remonstrated with him for being Z? He laughed at her, and taking up a Sf ,'ood she made a blow at him, which, ..WEer, he parried with his right arm. She Strýuk him about the face with her , and gave him several kicks. The Kelly and another female then drag i up-stairs, and left him lying insen t r...

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CON DOYLE'S CORNER No. 2. (TO THE EDITHUR OF THE "FREE PRESS.") [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 September 1865

CON DCYLE'S CORNER No. 2. (TO THE EDITHER OF THE " FREE PRESS.") Dear Misther Edithur,-Havin expay riensed the delight consiquint on perusin the indignently vartuous epistle of Misther Tole rashun in the pages of your contimporary's issue of Friday Sep. 8th, I feel in duty bound to reply, as I HAVE ATTINDED PUBLIC BALLS at SOME PAYRIOD OF MY EXISTANCE, and so must come under the category, immoral of my quondum friend Misther Tol. WVas this abusiv tyraid addressed individully to myself I should as a man take no notise of sich ful some outporins of overhatid zeal, but directid as it is to ALL who attind Public Balls, as. salin alike " luvly wuman" as well as the stronger sex, callin into question her mor ality, honor, vartue and all the corres poadin attributes which place her beyond the reproaches of sich narrow-minded and intolerant bigots I feel that I would not be doin my duty to society by remanin silent on this occasion. I wud thinkl this superfishul nonintity shud'ntconfoundthe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 September 1865

ADVERTISEMENTSi TENDERBS. TENDER9 will be received at this hotel up to the 3: t inst. for the driving of a sixty feet tunnel in the 'Albert Gold Mining Company's ground" Reedy eek. TIhe lowest tender or any not necessarily accepted. JAMES BONTHRON. Red Lion Hotel, Edmore, 11th September, 1865. FOR SALE. EIGHT ULLOCKdray and taelling, tarpaulin co., a acol lot. Apply to Jaucs W. Osborn, Auctioneer. Setribal of NEW GOODS, AT THE DUBLIN & MANCHESTER WARE HOUSE, SYDINEY & MITCOIELL STREETS, KIL?IORE AND CO. TAKE this opportunity of informing the rei I of KIaiore and its vicinity that they are now OPENING UP A CHOICE LOT OF SPRING GOODS Which wil be OFFERED AT LOW PRICES to suit the times. r The SIOCK of CALICOES and ALL-COTTON GOODS now on hand will be SOLD at FULLY 25 PEa CENT. BELOW PRICES a few months b -k. An early inupe-tion from intending purchasers is solicited. H. . HARRIS & CO., Mero' ants, Kimore. YOUNG SAMSON will perform iON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EV. EN...

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REEDY CREEK GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 September 1865

REEDY CREEK GOLDFIELDS. We have much pleasure in report ing a very marked attraction in the general aspect of mining affairs in this district. Within the last fort night most if not all of the payable quartz reefs have been taken up and. have either recommenced work or are on the eve of do ing so under the auspices of good strong companies. Whilst Wood's Point and Crooked River monopolised public attention and absorbed the public capital during the gold-fields of 1864, and more highly auriferous and valuable property than the generality of reefs in them far off regions being undeveloped and un inquired after at our very doorsi it is only now when the unnatural excitement, conse quent on these unexpected discoveries has been followed by the inevitable reaction that the lodes here attract general attention and?nay reasonably hope to secure from their bona fide nature, that assistance from capitalists that has so long been wanted. Taking everything into consideration we have no hesitat...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 September 1865

TO CORRESPONDENTS. To meour the inertion of communications it is aba,lotely rec?sty that they should be co?eboad in odete languag, and written is tie form of letter. All eommunications intended for insertion mu.t be asthbeaited by the name and addren of the writer, not necessarily foe publiacion, but so a aasrates of *o.d faith Liz -Your letter, not brimg autheatiest d, cannot be inserted. HAxu or Tix --Too late for insertion this wret

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KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPT. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 September 1865

KILMORE BOROUGK COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPT. 11. Present:-The Mayor, and Crs. Fynn, Arcus, Thomas, Dowling, Hudson, Dobinson Sugden and Murray. The minutes of previous meeting having been read, were confirmed. Correspondence as follows was then con sidered. From the Dog Inspector. requesting the Council to put a sum of money at his dis posal for the purpose of issuing summonses against parties having unregistered dogs in their possession. Cr Arcus moved, and Cr Hudson secondedf that the sum of £1 be placed in the hands o the Town Clerk, who was to see that it should be put to its proper use. Carried. A letter from the Inspector of Nuisances was received. A report and plan, was brought up by the Surveyor, of the probable cost of fitting up the present Council Chambers and was or dered to lay over for a week A report was brought up by the Public -Works Committee relative to an application .of James Lee's for to be allowed: to make bricks, and recommending that the applica tion should not be...

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LANCEFIELD ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 14 September 1865

LANCEFIELD ROAD BOARD. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Lancefield Road Board was held at Shehan's hotel, Five mile Creek on Monday last. The members present were C. S. Haley, Esq., (Chairman,) and Messrs. M'Kay Darby, Graham, and Riddell. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. A letter from the Assistant Commissioner of Roads and Bridges was read and the Clerk was instructed to reply thereto and send him a copy of letter forwarded him on 19th August. Mr. Darby proposed that a warrant be is sued for W. J. T. Clarke, for rates, a ver dict for which was given in the Police Court, Lancefield but had never been paid. Secondedby Mr. Riddell. Carried. A report from the Surveyor was read re cosimending 15 chains of pitching and me talling main road, and other works should be performed. Some conversation took place on this mat ter and it was eventually decided to call for tenders for the making of drains bynext meeting. On the motion of Mr. Darby, seconded by Mr. G...

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