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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
COMMIERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. W*it . e`61 ti, 8. f per bcrbel SIST : F RETAIL. F;crES. ii_ ~, (s11-" i 4" I ) to 4e Gd pec Surbcl BRa .lý r :ti t : l- S pr bi:-t.F1 .j'-a.±r-. S t If°. p~zc.rF crttf-. e~·~rt: 11 t 6ý=(i' 1r c. HIan a cam.--From the t Iror Time: we quote tiie ~t::i..*ugl tr~iers Fisur, h£e± £A4 ;.-r t'n RTe..".8 ! to S 16 i per bushe J'-'.!:A '4.:1 er '}ucheI ;tvr, I- KS p-r bd!hel O rt.4.- Gi;"rbu.hel w'"-P e w oats, 5i 61 per buabel 0 per ton KYOrric. - The fdlicwir' are ti-c pricei now ruling ow q ,'e d hoe te Kr vOetr n GdarJialS Fst/tr f'tIt.. a ? per ion Wh a;, St 3' tJS61 per bu-hel O... 3+ to,0:stii per bushel Fuasrmoa -jFrcf the Bendiro Iidepeide4t we qistte I -eh1iei"'j w, c!kiile priee current: _EFcur Ade:i-_i, w"-7 per ton ~ t tl tai £'4 t * Ch~ili:: £:.3 n, Oaae, e.Lu i,-, 4 9d per bushel ,tite r f ter t=u 1I.y, L4.5s per ton 1JEurazcus-Front tbe Herald weq iote tshe f F'Au d 1Ad . 3 to :EMS 106 ; TaramuiaD, 122 P.cYUrýto Lt 5 1fS liJ per tom _ Iiie...
THE WAR IN NEW ZELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
TiHE iWAR LN NEW ZELAND. Br war of Sydney we have dates from Aueklan to the 24th ult. General Cameron as Mstill at Patea. There had been no fur ther fighting, but the troops were on the move, and great activity prevailed in camp. The " Daily Southern Cross " of the 21st snas :-" From the letter of our Thames cor respondent, it appears that the rumor gene rallr ireulated in the Thames by the friendly natives was to the effect that liorie, an in fluential chief, had received a message from the King, informing himu to warn the friendly natives to stand on one side, and not ac quaint the Government of the movement of the hostile natives-implying that the King natives contemplated making a descent upon the settled districts about Auckland, by pass ing through the Thames valley. This ru mor was founded on facts which bore a diffe rent construction, and was, in short, an ex agr;eration and mistatement. The truth ap pears to be, that since the great meeting at Pahwhenua, a party of Taranaki...
MORGAN, THE BUSHRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
:F&-- -o 3IORG-AN, TILE BUSH[RANGER.1 Considerable escitement'mixed with some at degree of incredibility, prevailed in Mel bourne at an early hour on Monday morning e owing to the report that the notorious New South W~aldes bushranger, Daniel Morgan, wh6 it was known had for the last two or three days been on Victorian territory, had been mortally wounded, captured and sent on to . rangaratta,. under escort.. Althoug~h there was a stroug disposition to believe the rumor, there was evidently a general fear that.it might yet prove unfounded; but as the day advanced, and the report was con firmed, and supplemented by more circunm- P stantial narratives, a universail feeling of sa tisfaction was produced vy the assurance that the career of the most daring, reckless, and unscrupulous of the Au?stralian banditti l had been brought to a close: Our readers of cdirae, have been aware during the last day or two that the New a South Wales outlaw had put in force a threat often attribut...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.. ATTEMPTED ROlBBERY UNIElIt ARts.-On Tuesday night about half-past eleven o'clock as Mr. James *Warrcn, watchmaker, was about retiring to bed, he heard a noise at the ba'ck of his prcmises, and on opening the door to see what was the matter, was con fronted by a man, revolver in one hand and a "neddy" in the other, who imperatively de mandled his money. Mr Warren, however, with great presence of mind, pushed the re volver, which was pointed at his breast, aside, at the same time snatching the " neddv" from the hand of the would-be robbher, and calling out loudly fbr help. The ruffian made two attempts to lire, but fortunately the shots did not go off. The scoundrel, thus foiled in his attempt, "skedaddled," just in time to escape being apprehended by the police, who were quickly on the spot. We believe the villian is lknown to the police, and we have no doubt but that he will soon he captured. Bl'; n LnL.-The Coach and Horses hotel, New-township, was burglariousl...
LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT. The Secretary to the Roads and Bridges department, Mr. Steavenson, has furnished areport on the working of the local Govern ment Act since its coming into operation on the 2nd Septemnber, 1Sb3, till December, 1SG4. This interval is too short to afford any data on w-hich to base any conclusions as to the .-:.i-tctory working of the system, and MIr. cý-:avenŽon's report is wholly confined to those ratters with which his office is more imme ,detly conneeted. Nothing is said respecting the important subject of the endowment of the local bodies, nor the amount or sources of their revenue, the reason assigned being that this branch of the act has been removed to the control of the Treasurer. Defective though as the report is, in this respect it fur nishes some interesting statistics. Before the statue bccame law, there were 97 road districts formed. varving in size from 7ý to 10,591 square miles. Only four new districts have been added, namely Echuca, Bvlands ant Gl...
THE ROYAL MARRIAGE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
THE ROYAL MARRIAGE ACT. . (FRoM THLE SPECTATOR ) This Act, commonly known as the Royal -arria_- e Act, has been made the subject of a vast deal of indignant eloquence, but in the shape al which it actually became law is not, we think, unreasonable. It in effect pro vides that no descendant of George II. (other than the issue of princesses married into fo reign families) who is under 25, shall be capable of contracting marriage without the Sovereigu's consent, and such a marriage is absolutely void. But any such descendants' who are over 25 may either obtain the Sove reign's consent, or, secondly, they may send a notice to the Privy Council of their iteun tion to marry, and then after waiting a year the marriage will be good to all intents and p Irposes whatever, unless both House; of Parliament have previously expressed their disappioval of it. So far as the act limit; the' liberty of marriage of princes nuder 2.3, are they not rather to be envied than pitied? In France, for iLnstan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
NOTICE. - I L pion. INDEBTED to L rELLY & CO.. r re requested to roy in their AOCOUNITS 'orthe, th ; if not, t:ey will be handed over to a -liit, r for collection. X?imore, March 29, 1865. A 204 KIL1 LORE ST. PATRICK'S SOCIETY: ! BE MONTHLY &IEETINGS (committee and t peneral) of the above 8: iety will be held at the Royal Oak hbctl, on Tuesday, 2nd ay, 1865; the eon miltee at seven, and general at eight o'clock p.m. THOMAS HUN r, Hon. Sec. FOR SALE. W ~ASTE P PER FOR SALE, at the Free V Pre, Onee. THE MOST CONSTANT FRIEND. HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. DOSSESSED of this remedy every man is his own - Family Physirian. If his wife or children are troubled with eruption of the skin, sores, tumours, white swellirgs, sore throats, asthma, or any other eztrrmal ailment, a persevering use of the Ointment is all that is necessary to p'odne a radical care. It is invaluable to the population of this climate. Bad Legs and bad breasts. In no ease has this oiutmner,t been known to fail ei...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 13 April 1865
ADVERTISEMIEN TS £5 REWARD. S:OLEN or STRAYEU from the B hnda Fr. ,per's C nim, D, ott or abor i the 1se MiarS h, 1t65, GREY MARS, aoout diveem hind, h g~s, branocd PS on n. at shuulier. The abore retiaad will ba &iren cu conviotion, if stolen, end L. if stratyed, to anyone bringing the mare to Mr PATMIi K I'IiERMO.F, By[tnds, oc Mr LAURENOE DUMNflX, Kiirure. 4n NOTICE. r 'HE P tRINERS~lP i'ereuorer xrs ing betwreen RI'?cll.D FrnzcA,? D o Ri~hm n, and 1Y?s?BY ?alnrlt-sot aiimrre. racing under the .i . of" R FITrzGsaLD, & 6'Cob Timtbi"r Dealers, & ; LKdm,'e," haas tLs day been otasolved by mu ual consent. .All A, oun a ctre to and by the a'"ove fimn will be noe iv'd and paid by t!e ..aid RICrALD FITZOEsALDW Wiraes our Hin~ds, tisa 31.t day of 1aroe, 1865. RICHARD FITZGERALD. HIENRYYAANIHEE MS. Witnas : M. HATEB. R. FITZG(ERALD bege to return his sincere thanks to the pttr na cf the late firm of e. F. & Co., for past avore, and r epe.t'ul y arlicita a c...
CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 April 1865
•CIIINA. The Taeping rebellion is vet uncrý: Anxiety is felt for the future. The M3Ihometan rebels are pursuing i same course as -the Taepings and con: ting frighthid atrocities. The Central Bank of Hong Kong : been robbed of a lac of dollars and a nus: ofgold bars,:by means of a mine driven u: the ground for a considerable dis= Severnl mercantile houses in London 11 been weakened thereby. Thirty China: have been arrested on suspicion. 5.755 and two gold bars bearing the bankus .: were found in their possession. Oaeoti confessed his guilt, giving the naM,: eight accomplices. Freights dull for Europe. Tonn.eo coolies to the gold ports is in demand. Numerous fhilures had occurre Shanghai, owing to savere losses d: the past .year in tea and silk. Exchange.-Bank drafts at six r}:: 4s. G'id.; on India paper, at three m:as 215 rupees per 100 dollars.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 April 1865
ADVERtTISEMENTS NOT! CTF 'O 'TUEi YAt A'R~ oR F T51R MOWWANC IX AND GLKYAROUA F.1RS1E ' COMAION. J nEIZEBfY give r on no :ce ;'l itt i the wii~ a t!:o "jcTTgg tc Bor' t at al ili iotitF, PaperyP ~""1 *,tI.4~r drumentq i-i you: po·""ý. 00 rirj, to tior hb " oýt" i .. ('t: ,:rnn t+ T~ttdt*td as curly, as, p;t3,isI'= a" t t' e'.1i' o piaid Boar], in ord. r to h~ve the time ot*dit d to vre t"he 3 d tAE r. rimnn, an KHidcfl+;!ar : he Boasrd it.tend uppoi:ti g Mainrgera l :tt threfu~tre mJ an&.rr.ezt. ol tle ('onmm"n. In aovorjis re w't:i thi Atnte- drng LLttld 3t,. 1E65. (L; rdr.} J. BLIJRhr, L1 rAt X5, REWARD. S OE r T'AE frmthe Itylawl1s i PS or of itr rhiPt}"er. ''ir i-.. r reward~i V0 b-1 given on CoriV i-1. *tif stole.', a'i'li Li if t'r~tied. to :nycn:. Grat~in; t . mire In M7r PATRI I-, Mq')ERM,1r, jPvh-nVc. or FOR SATIL 1 1'OI SALE~ 2)~ ACRES~ of F'inie LAND, a I ic'esr, fronting Micbael D zyerei aOm o, rind aiihb~' ia f,, !:unfi. d v.crds of th~' loin Conl:naa; 0)5) sith...
AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 April 1865
A propusition to reduce the army, especi.lki~ in Italy, has been submitted to the Einper"; for approval. The M'inister of State proclaims that no Government representative will ahttaal meetings of the Financial Committee until the understanding with the Govertnment with regard to the vote on the budget is arranged. The Financial Conlmnite it. reply have issued a declaration sustainining the rights of their represeutative to tfr ,re discussion. In the budget; the Government conceeI?t the extradition of General Langievle tz Switzerland.
KILMORE BOROUGH COUNCIL. SATURDAY, APRIL 15. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 20 April 1865
KILM3ORE BOROTJGHI COU'NCIL. SX'raDat, APRIL 15. A special meeting of the Kihnore Borough Council was held oni Saturday last, at the Council Chamberd. The members present were: Councillors Areus, Murray, Thomas, Dobinsoun and Hudson. In the absence of the Mayor, it wJs moved by Councillor Do binson, seconded by Counuillor Murray, and carried, that Co.uncillor Arcus take the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, after which the corres pondence outwards and inwards was read; amongst the latter were the following: 1. From the Treasury, containing circular referring to publican's licences. Ordered to stand over till next meeting. 2. From Mr. T. HIuut, applying for a fair share of the printing and advertising of the Council. On the motion of Counciilor Hud son, .econided by Councillor Arrus, its con sideration was left over till the 13th inst. The Town Clerk was ordered to acknew ledge receipt of a letter of the 27th ult., from the Surveyor-General; also a p...