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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 September 1865
NCTICE. II. Quarters for mnbetri;ticn to the Free Press w lUeewrcecu the23rd March, 23rdJune, 23rd " mtber, and 23rd December. Persoa esranot widi.drav their naees frcm the roll of Szbscriiera uitboL-t ayir'g up to the end of the current quarter. W-v eunaeriters ea be enrolled at any time by ray 1s fs&L.eazpt am prrportonate tothepenodinthe cLsrer remribir g uwxpired. Advntiesentm reirsed for ea'i issue up to two ;.wa.cu the day preicu to publieaticn. Each ad r«r!: . mer ould- D ih op en the sscxipt the x.wrher of imts$ one tc'e ir. -When no its'rredions ar neet in j-r ,!rrr to the number of iiefkiruci the trdrtitmee.t williet ( cnt rued tnitl countermanded, or faiir crtre, and etnrscd a-cordinugly. notice to wtihdraw as ads rtnenaent should to given in wr'itg. Ad crde a'tr b or d acontiorn. advert'sementg r.. t be made in writing, and farwar ad t) the ale bho e Ei p.m. on tha Tueaday of eash weer. b CGRAND AMATEUR I? AID cE TxE LEICHAIIDT FhND 'jLL Ir 1-4d pt il.e Yrw M3dha...
Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 September 1865
Iiltimort Jfre Unrtro FUBLr.zHSD TIE5DAY ID OENiroP. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1865. THE second message of his Excellency to the Legislative Council on "the crisis" which for some reason ar other caused an adjournment of the House for a fortnight, was brought under discussion in that Chamber on Tues day evening. SIR CHARLES DARLIOG, in his first message, bearing date the 29th August a copy of which was also submitted to the Assembly-expressed an earnest desire to alleviate the distress of the civil servants, but at the same time announced " that so "long as the Constitution'Act and AuditAct " remains in force, it was not competent in "him to sanction the issue of money from the "-public account, either for the payment of " the salaries of the civil servants, or for any "other object, unless the amount required " was rendered legally available; by an ap " propriation passed by the three branches of " the Legislature." Re also urged upon both Houses of Parliament the immediate neces sat...
AMERICA. NEW YORK, JULY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 September 1865
AME[ICA. NEW YonK, JULY 1. President Johnson continues indisposed, and unable to atterd the Cabinet meet i'f he Secretary of :he Treasury has dis missed all the Government purchasing agents in the insurrectionarT districts. The military conmission on the con spiracy trial have agreed on a verdict but theirydecisioi has not been pub. lished. The Judge-Advocate is assisting four of the prisoners, fellow-conspirators with Booth and contends that Davis, Sanders, Tucker, and others, planned and assisted the, assas ination. A serious affray has occurredat Portsmouth in Virginia, between white and coloured peo ple. Many were v ounded. General Herron, commanding in Northern Louisiana, has forbidden the slaves to leave the plantations. The Governor of Kentucky has addressed the people, declaring slavery dead, and urg ing the adoption of constitutional amend ments. Secretary M'Culloch has directed his sub. ordinates in the Southern States, appointed under the late commercial restrictions, to ...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19,1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 September 1865
LEGISLATIVE ASSJEMBLY. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19,1865. -4-C- In the Legislatiue Assembly on Tuesday, Mr. Grant said (in reply to Mr. . L. Smith) that the Government did not intend to propose the enlargement of the time al lowed by the new Land Act for selections by the holders of certificates under Cummins's clauses. The receipt of messages from the Legis lative Council, on the subject of the Water Works (No. 2) Bill, and the Public Works Law Amendment and CoasolidatianIBill, was announced, and the mesages were ordered to be considered tb-day. In answer to Mr. Macgregor, Mr. Verdon observed that the Govern ment were of opinion that the contracts with the banks terminated on the 9th of Septem. ber. Notice to that effect had been given to the banks, but amounts had not been arbi trarily withdrawn, as they might have been. Mr. Cope called attention to a letter signed "A Freeman," published in a Melbourne newspaper of Saturday last, and reflecting on members of the Honse. He moved a re solu...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, JULY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 September 1865
ARRIVAL ENGLISH MAIL GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, JULY 26. The Australian May mails were delivered in London on the 15th and 22nd July. Her Majesty intends visiting Brussels, to inaugurate the statue of His Royal Highness the late Prince Consort. She continues in good health. A marriage between the Prince of Orange and the Princess Helena is defini tely arranged. 'ihe infant Prince was christened on July 7th - George Frederick Ernest Albert. The Queen of the Netherlands and the Queen of the Sandwitch Ilandsare on a visit to Her Majesty. They were received with Royal salutes. The King of Belgium is dangerously The Colonial Governors' Retiring Pension Bill was passed on the 4th July. Parliament was dissolved by Royal com mission on 6th July. The general elections have resulted in a majority of eighty for the Liberals. 'he Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Gladstone, was defeated at Oxford. Two days afterwards, however, he was returned for South Lancashire. The leading conservatives retain ...
FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE ALPS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 September 1865
FAIAL ACCIDENT ON THE ALPS. ' ?perils of Alpine climbing have re- 1 csived another painful illustration within I the last few dars. The Journal de Geneve reports a fatal accident to a party of English 1 tourists on their descent of Mount Cervin, or Matterhorn, on 14th July. The particulars 4 of the catastrophe are as follows :-" Messrs. TAward Whimper and Chas. Hudson, memr hers of the London Alpine Club, and Mr. Haddo and Lord Francis Douglas, members of the same dub, met at Zermatt, each de sirous of conquering the Cervin co'ossus, hitherto inac-cessible. Mr. Hudson had tronght from London cables of iron wire to f?eilitatetheascent, but finding Mr Whimper ready to leave, he left them at the hotel, and set of with his unexpected comrades, with no other object than to find out the best try. They took with them as guides Michel' Crom of Chamouni, and Zum Taugwald, of Zermatt, with his sons. It was on the 13th. :o member of the party expected to su"ceed that day ; it was only proposed...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 September 1865
As an instance of the necessity of perm buying sheep being particular. in ascertain, that they are clean, we may mention .i Mr. William Stuckev was fined £4ISO l1 at the Yackandandali Police Court, for hr. ing in his possession some 4S00 sheep in:. ted with scab, which he receutly purche. from ~Ir. Rawden Green, being assurel~ that gentleman that they had twine h~ seen by the scab inspector. At t trial, however, the inspector swore he ?a never seen the sheep until after ther i been boughtby Mr. Stuckey, andit isthoua that by the course of action taken by I. Green, the former gentleman will have a rer. good action against him.--Wangaratta D" patch. A determined attempt at suicide, sayn t Geelong Register, was made on Thurdas the Little River, by a man named e£ob Goodby, who is between 60 and 70 reari age, and who, until recently, has teen e: ployed as shepherd in that district. It t: pears that, being on the tramp in search: employment, he called at Ashbv's hotel, Rothwell, where it ...
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1865 (Before J. Taylor, and G.Hudson, Esq's. J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 September 1865
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1865 (Before J. Taylor, and G. Hudson, Esq's. J.P's.) Thomas Beerly on remand, charged with larceny, was discharged A charge of feloniously receiving stolen property, against Aaron Wright withdrawn. Donald Cameron v Frederick Green, for assault, damages laid at L20. No appear ance of thec defendant, warrant issued for his apprehension. James Keath v John Wilson for 14s, ag istment of cattle ; verdict for amount with 15s costs.
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. POST OFFICE LIGHT. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "FREE PRESS.") [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 September 1865
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDEXC, POST OFFICE LIGHT. -4---5 (TO THE EDITOR OE THE " FREE RESS") Sir,-Permit me through the mediuhnm your journal to ask how'it is that there is? light in.the porch of the Post Oifice, to ias the public, on those dai-k nights, to sti their letters When the officials there, w are rather backward in answering to &lt;:: "rap tap," open the window and supply yro with stamps, instead of " throwing a lihr light on the subject," by allowing the win. dow to remain open, they slam it in roe face-which reminds you of anything 'b GOOD BREEDIN G-thus leaving you to pz the stamps on your. letters as best ye can. I am, Sir, yours, A SUFFEXER
KILMORE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, 1865. (Before J. Taylor and George Hudson, Esq's., J.P's. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 September 1865
KILMO)RE POLICE COURT. TmrasDT, SEPT. 14, 1865. (Before J. Taylor and George Hudson, Esq's., J.P'a. Peter Edwards on a charge of drunkenness was discharged. Lucy Clarke on a charge of larceny, pre ferred by A M'Kay, was discharged, the pro secutor not wishing to press the charge. James Butler v Ross Cameron, for goods sold and delivered. Case withdrawn. Thomas Finnerty v John M'Cahery, for LI 14s Gd, work and labor done. Verdict for L2 16s with Li Os costs. Michael Herbert v John Meddlicott, for L1 Os 2d goods sold. Verdict for 5s with 2s Gd costs.
KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPT. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 September 1865
KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Mon1DA, SEPT. 18. rn' ,~ - ,,,,; ,., - I. Thv7:r2 rT)1b1 the temporary office, Powlett-street. There were present :-The Mayor, and Crs. Fynn Hudson, Thomas, Murray, Dowling, Arcus, and Dobinson. The minutes of previous meeting having been read, were confirmed. Correspondence as follows was then con sidered. 1. From Cr. Sugden requesting the Council would allow the notice of motion in his name stand over, or that some Councillor would take up the matter. Cr. Fynn moved that his request that it stand over be granted. Seconded by Cr. Dowling. Carried. 2. From E. Barry asking leave to remove 3 loads of gravel from the creek. Granted, on the motion of Cr. Dobinson. 3. From W. English asking one month's wages. Rleferred to the Public Works Com mittee, on the motion of Cr. Arcus, seconded by Cr. Dobinson. 4. From R. Edgar asking leave to be al lowed to lay on water to the Colonial Bank. Moved by Cr. Hudson that permission be granted. Seconded by Cr. Fynn. Carried. ...
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 18, 1865. (Before John Taylor, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 September 1865
MONDAY.SEPTEMBER 18,1805. (Bafore John Taylor, Esq., J.P. *Michael Noon on a charge of drunk eness was discharged rwth a cnution. Same prisoner bron,, :,,- maving no Ihwftl visi!'ie mean. ? ., .uOport was dis.
INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 September 1865
INDIA. The Bay of Bengal reduced the rate of discount one per cent. on the 3rd of August. Short-dated bills are discounted at four per cent. The reduced rate had a beneficial ef fect. All shares and Government securities advanced fully a half per cent. Business speculations are limited. Trade in general is assuming a healthy and confi dent tone throughout India. Freights, owing to the excess of tonnage, are low. Engagements for September and October have been made at 15s to 17s. Od. for cotton to Liverpool. For London nothing is doing. At Calcutta there is no decline infreights, but the ships are filling slowly. Seeds, £2 ; jute, £2' 5s; cotton. £2 17s Gd., to Liverpool. The number of disengaged ships is not in excess of that of the previous year. Supplies of rice and wheat have been sent from Bombay to Aden,. to relieve the famine distress. Out of a force of 750 men sent to the Bhootan frontier 500 are sick in the hospi tal, including five out of seven officers. MrFrazer,agent for ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 September 1865
ADVERTISEMENTS. SATTRDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1865. DAIRY CATTLE AND YOUNG BIOCI. JAMES W. O130BB will eell.by Auetton on the above day at the Red Lion borel Yards, at noon, about 15 head of mizxd dairy eattle.I Terms Cash 1o res?rve. FOR SALE. OB BALE, one.half theGerman's Q.uartz Olaim, near Mollison's Gap for £300. £50 cash and remainder when taken out of the claim. Ary money not accepted until ouch time as intending purchaser acuid be sutifled with crusbirhg. ~ FTIN (4rU,.. RULES FOR THE MANAGERS OF MORANDING AND WILLOWMAAVIN AND SPRINGFIELD EAST FARMERS' COMMON. 1. A LL persons entitled to depasture cattle on this 1 common, in terms of the Amending Land Act, 18865, shall be bound by and conform to these rules following: 2. Adjistment fee: Net Cattle and Horses of any age, if not susk* lihg, 3s per bead yearly Bullock or horse, team of any number after the Sret 24 hours is per team daily. Mobeof any solt of cattle, after the firt 24 hours at rate per 100 head of 10s per day. No sheep ...
LANCEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 September 1865
LANCEFIELD. (FROM oTn ON'w COnRESPONDENT,) .M;r. Thomas Wright of this place has kindly acceded to the request of the com mittee of the Common School here, to deliver a Icuture in aid of the funds of that institu Stin. lie has chosen for his subhj?t "The pursuit of knohlledg.e under d>.'iculties" to ich, "r no ),bt h- ll do every j:aiti e iand render the le-turie :ost intcrest i:t, anti initrctive. Great praise is due to "-i. Wright for thus coming forward and it would be well if some of the gentlemen in the neigh¾ -urhood intercsted in the prosper ityv c'te scthool (many of whom are well qualifed) would follow Mr. -Wright's lead and thus clear the liabiiities of the school as well as afford instruction and amusement to the inhabitants. MIr. Wright has fixed Mon day the 2nd October, at 7 p.m. for the de livery of the lecture. Tickets of admission one shilling each to be had from the members of the School Committee.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 21 September 1865
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESD.T, SEPTE?BR 16, 1805. In the Legislative Council on Tuesday, Mr. Jenner moved for a return of all sums of money collected on account of new duties the passing by the Legislative Assem ,: the first of the tarifr resolutions. Mr. Strachan proposed, as an amendment, that the? return should show the amount col lected " on account of the present and the proposed duties," for the time mentioned. After some.discussion, the amendment was agreed to. On the order of the day for the considera tion of the Governor's message on the sub ject of the political crisis. Mr. Iaines moved that an address be pro. sented to Her Majesty the Queen, setting forth the events which have occurred during the present session, and praying for the ad option of measures "for maintaining in this colony the Constitution, as by the law es tablished." The heon. member calledattention to the arrangements made between the Go vernment and the London Chartered Bank, for advances to supply the voi...