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MELTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 April 1867

MELTON. (xo on OUR OWN COnES1PONnENT.) '1'THE members of the Wesleyan Church re. siding in nndl aroundl Molton having deter mined to eroect n place of worship for them selves fixed on the 10th instant, for the formai laying of the foundation stone of the building. The hour fixed for the ceremony was three p.m., and in spite of the boisterous state of the weather there was quite an ossembingo of spectators, comprising', of course, nealsy every member of the Iparticular church in this neighbourhood, andl many residents belonging' to various other denominations. Shortly aftoer' the appointed time the clergymoen and menmibers of the Building Committee came on the ground, and the ceremony was at once proceeded with, 'e110( Uv. 'IThomas JamCs, the Superintendent of the Circuit, commennonced the proceedings hy calling on those present to join him in singing Hymn No. 787 of the Wesleyan Collection; after which lie renad the 84th Psalm. The Rev. J. Albiston, imerald Hill, offered up a suitab...

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MOUNT EGERTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 April 1867

MOUNT EGERTON. OPENING OF TIIE MOUNT EGERTON WEBLEYAN COIIAPEL.-Th1 above chapel was opened for divine service on Sunday, 14th inst., by the Rev. IH, Baker, of Scarsdale, who preached two impressive sermons, after noon and evening, to large congreoations, On Monday a tea-meeting was heli in the schoolroom, About two hundred sat down to tea, and after ample justico had been done the meeoting adjourned to the chapel. Mr. W. Duncan, of Ballan, was voted to the chair. The Secretary ronad the report and balance sheet, as follows:-Dr.: Building account, £108. Cr.: Donations, £58 10s.; Teaon Meeting, £10; Collections, £1018s.; total, £85 8s. Bnlance duo on building account t£2 12s. Addresseswereafterwards delivered by the Rovs. Greenwood, Baker, Freeman, Scott, and Messrs. Gray, Demey, &c, The chapol was crowded with a large and atten tive audience, which did not separate until a late hour. We shall be glad to chronicle the future proceedings of the congroegation from time to time....

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MELTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 April 1867

MELTON. An inquiry irlstitutod by the Police was held on Monday, the 1',th inst., beforo B. C, Porter, Esq., J.P., and Dr. Xtao, J.P., on the conduct of William Davey, who was alleged to have committed, or attempted to commit, an unnataral offence on a child of Mr. Augusto Shobler's, aged four years. Tho court was clearoed of the general publio, and theo details are totally unfit for publication. Davey was committed for trial.

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 April 1867

ARRIVAL 'OF TISS ENGLISH _.MAIL. Tun mail steamer Bombay arrived in Ilob son's Bay on Sunday morning last, 14th inst., being one day before contract time, allowing for February'being a short month. Thile news is not particularly exciting; for, although the question of parliamentary reform is agitating the old country, yet as nothing has actually been accomplished by either liberals or con servatives, we in this colony cannot be ex pected to take much interest in mere party skirmishing. The Fenian outbreak is a lively piece of news, and may be looked upon as the feature of the month's intelligence. There are no *ai's, nor rumours of wars, and the existence of unusual distress amonn'st the poor of London appears to be the onry thing we have to deplore. The following will be found a full epitome of the month's news: Politics are once more in the ascendant, Foreoign questions of Europoan interest having boon settled or suspended, and financial affairs geonorally having booeen divested o...

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BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 April 1867

BALLAN. (rno-t ouU coInuEsPONDENT.) Tiiis week it becomes again our sad duty to chronicle the death of another much-respected resident of this place. After a long and painful illness, Mr. Robert Adolphus Tel fordl expired at his residence on Sunday evening last. Mr. Telford was, for some yours past, landlord of the Racecourse Hotel, in which capacity hlie won, by his integrity and urbanity, many sincere friends. He leaves a widow and three youno" children to mourn their sad loss. Ho was iuried in the Ilallan Cemetoery on Tuesday. The extreme inclemency of the weather prevenoted many friends at a dlistance fri'om joining' in the finoral corlege, but notwithstanding that heavy rain fell during the clay, about forty followed his remains to their last resting place. We ourselves, from a long personal acquanintance, can bonear publio testimony to Mr. Telford's worth, It may in truth be said of him that, to a kindly disposition was united those qualities which constituto the true husband,...

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GISBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 April 1867

GI·SBORNE. (FRoM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) ANNIVERSARY SERVICES were held in the Presbyterian Church, Gisborne, on Sabbath lost, when the much esteemed pastor of the congrenation, the Rev. John Meek, officiated. On tie Tuesday evening following, the annual tea-meeting was held in the same place, and notwithstanding the inclement nature of the weather a large body of people assombled, who did ample justice to the good things so liberally provided by the ladies of the congregation. The pleasure of the meeting was considerably enhanced by the singing of the choir, which was under the leadership of Mr. Johnston, while MIr. Gilchrist presided at the harmoniunm. The chair was occupied by Mr. Meek, and around ]him we observed the Rev. J. Lambie, Melton; the Rev. R. Henderson, Ky.neton; the Rev. W. Lind, Lanceefield; the Rev. J. Scott, Bacchus Marsh; the Rev. J. Black, Ballan; W. Robertson, Esq., J.P., Wooling; H. R.Dixon, Esq., anid various other friends of the con gren'ation. 'le Chairman intro...

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SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 April 1867

SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNEsDAY, ArnI 10. Pnxsxwr-Councillor Duncan, in the chairs Counocillors Atkinson, Blake, Short, Osborne, and Graham. Letters wore road from Acting Secretary and Poundkeooper, reporting the death of the late Secretary and Poundkooper. Mr. Morrah's answer to Council's letter respeot ing solocted land at Ballark and BIungooltap. D)itto, relative to deviation of road to Groondalo. Clerk of Bacohus Marsh Road Board, relative to Myrniong Bridge Contract. IDitto, relative to bridge over Myrniong Crook. Mr. Steavonson, relative to Manager of Tolls. Under-Treasuror, forwarding voucher for moioty of endowmenot. Mr. Costain, relative to land at Morrison's, for Church purposes. Shire Enginoeer's report on Long Gully, and on existing contracts. Also, respecting privato prae tico. A. M'Kinnon, relative to his contract for main tenance metal, Mr. M'Intyro, relative to his contract at Ballan. Mr. Ryan, relative to obstructions on roads at Ballanoe, Mr. P. IHasrahan, complaining aga...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 April 1867

TIHE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. BACORUS MARSH BRANCH. PAID.UP CAPITAL . . £5 4 0,000 RESERVE FUND . . . £130,000 CURRENT RATES of INTEREST ALLOWED On Monica deposited for fixed periods. T. NIXON BINNEY, MANAER., COMMERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA (LIMI'TED.) NTOTICE is hereby given that a FlBranclh of this SBank will be O'lEN1E1) at BALLAAN on TUEsDAY, the 23rd April curroent, under the management of Mr. Ifany Nousciun BIOWN . By order of the i)irectors, CEO. VALLENTINE, SGeneral Manageor. Melbourno, April 8, 1887. 42nd Section Amending Land Act, A PPLICANTS for Land under the provisions of the above Section, in the Blackwood and Bnachus Marsh Divisions, are hereby requested to forward their applications to me, at nmy Office in Kyneton, or at my Survey Camp, as early as possible. Mr. D, IARBORD, Bacchus Marsh, is autho. rised to receive applications for nie. STUART MURRAY, Contract Surveyor. Kyneton, April 12, 1807. A BAZAAR In aid of the PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, MELTON, Will be held in th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 April 1867

SUMMER CLOTHING. )llt pllrchllaC in Ilth Iroio antdi Continental Markets are nowto hand, and to which we mnvite spcilal attention. The Newest Stylo of Coatings In Weat of England Elastics, Ribbs( and Meltons, !lles, of Chipping Norton, clcinntled 'T'weeds, For Ridingr Trouscrs and J'aats, noew mixtures. All the difli'erent makes of West of England and Scotch 'T'rouserings, º tancy IFrench Cahmloro and Quilting Voeutings. Superior Waterproof T'weeod Overcontings. Russell Cords, Alpacas, China Silk, And Olther Light Natorilnh for Summer Wear. ALL GOODS TI0Io tOLUIILY SHlUNKl Iefore being made up. Patterns and Instructions for Self-Measurement sent free by post, on application. A Large and I"iusinionablo STOCK OF REAUY-MA)DE CLOTHIING. OUTFI'T'S 'TO ENO lAND And all parts of the World, on the Shortest Notice. MIoderato Charges. First-class Cuttera iand WYorkmen employed on the premises. 00KSON AND BROWN, SUCCO HOIH 'TO G. AND .T. ESPIE. WHITE I)DRESS SHIRTS, The attention of gentlemen ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 April 1867

SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1867. ON Tuesday next, a poll will be taken at Maddingley and Ballan for the election of a member for the South-Western Province. Of the two candidates, Dr. HOPErn is one Of the men who were the first to feel the in dignation of the electors at the time when all classes concurred in condemning the obstruc tives of the Upper House; and, although he had for many years been a member and Chair man of Committees of the Council, he was ignominiously rejected for an untried man the late Mr. Lows. Ho now comes forward professing views fiavourable to the present Ministry, hoping to thereby gain, as the I-Ion. 1. S. ANDERSON did, his seat under also piretences, From politicians of the stamp of Dr. HOPE we cannot expect sin cerity; they have been tried so often that electors must now feel fully convinced that 1present protestations are as nothing compared to the past actions of these gentlemen. They may rely upon it that Dr. HOPE, if elected, will almost immediately side wi...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 April 1867

NEW8 OF THE WEEK. There will be an extensive sale of Crown Lands at the Bacehus Mnrsh Courthouse, at eleven o'clook on Wednesday, 15th May. The particulars are as follows:-One lot, 2r., in the township of Wyndham, on the river Werribee; upset price, £8 per acre. Nineteen lots, of from 5 to 14 acres each, adjoining the township of Darloy, parish of Korkuperrimul, at an upset price of £2 per acre; six lots, of from 13 to 22 acres, same locality, at an upset price of £1 10s. per acre. Adjoining the township of Darley, on the Lerdcerderg Creek, parish of Merrimu, eighteen lots, of from 2 to 9 acres each, at an upset price of £2 per acre; and six lots, of from 13 to 33 acres, at an upset price of £1 10s. Five lots, parish of Coimadai, between the Lerderderg and Goodman's Creeks, west of Mr. H. M'Leod's pre-emptive section, at M'Kon. zie's Flat, upset price £1 10s. per acre, varying in size from 31 to 70 acres. And, finally, thirty-six lots, of from 3 to 17 acres, being section 16 on the ...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BALLAN. TUESDAY, 16TH APRIL. (Before Peter Inglis, Esq., J.P., and Walter Duncan Esq., J.P.) [Mr. Duncan did not sit on the last two cases.] PATRICK HICKEY V. MANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 April 1867

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS, I3ALLAN. TUESDAY, 1TH ArmIL, (Before Poter Inglis, Esq., J.P., and Walter Duncan Esq., J.P.) [Mr. Duncan did not sit on the last two easeso.] PATRICK HICKEY V. MANLIEY. This was the adjourned case of alleged bullock shooting. Mr. It. Ocock again appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Franois Miller for the de fendaut, AMr. Ocoek: This is an adjoured case, in order to give us the opportunity to produce the bullock shot by the dofandant Manley, that the Bonoh could tho bottor judge as to the amount of da(smages Mr. Miller: At the last hearing of the case I wished your worships to state a case for the Opinion of another court. I now wish that your Worshlip will order all witnoesses out of court. Tho witnesses wore ordered out. Mr. Witherdon, of Mount Egorton, on being sworn, said: 1 kcow Mr. 1-Iickoy. I do not know Mr.. Manley very vell. I was at Mr. Hickey's place on the 1st of April. Mr. Hickey called my attention to a roan bullock, now in the yard of the court...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 April 1867

MARRIED. WATSON--CUMMINS.--- On the 12th inst., at the residence of the bridegroom's father, Glendaruel, near Ballarat, by the Rev. Mr. Smythe, James Watson, farmer, Parwan, to Betsey, youngest daughter of Mr. C. Cummins, Parwan. PACE--COLLIE.--- On the 10th inst., at the residence of Mr. Rutherford, Woodside, Bacchus Marsh, by the Rev. Jas. Scott, Mr. Robert Pace, farmer, Rowsley, son of the late Mr. Robert Pace, of Northumberland, England, to Catherine, daugh- ter of Mr. William Collie, Law of Monboddo, Aberdeen, Scotland. DIED. WALKER.--- On the 17th inst., at his father's resi- dence, Bacchus Marsh, John Walker, aged 81.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 27 April 1867

JAMES YOUNG, ANXIOUS to moot the growing roquiromonts of the distriot, has much pleasuro in intimhnating to his friends and noeighbours in Bacchus Marsh and the surrounding distriots, that heo has opened A WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL GENERAL STORE, FOlR TIl1 BUPPLY OF GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, IRON MONGERY, AND OTHER GOODS, Suitable for the wants of the district. FARMI and DAIRY PRODUCE, of every do. soription, will be taken in exchange for stores. J. Y. is prepared to mako cash advances on orops, stook, wool, and dairy produce, and to neogooiato loans on froohold property on moderate torms. ' J. Y. has entered into arrangements with M'Caw and Another, of Melbourne, to dislioso of farm and dairy produce on commission. Liberal advances made on consignmoents to that firm. J,. Y. trusts that, by strict attontion to business, ho will receive :a continuance of that patronage which was so liberally accorded to. him in bygone years. N..-Ordors promptly attended to. BONE MANURE; TURNBULL & D...

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ITEMS BY THE MAIL. AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 27 April 1867

ITEMS BY TIIE MAIL. AMERICA. The Ilouse of Representatives has passed a bill making the removal of Cabinet oilcera ssubject to the approval of the Senato. TIhe Senate has passed ai bill making military government in the Southern Statoe provisional until the establisluuont of state govermuuent with negro suifrage; the rebols to be disfranchiscd until the adoption of the constitutional amond. mont. The President's messago was telegraphed from Washington to California, and printed on the same day in the Francisco papers. Charles Lever, the novelist, has beeoon appointed British consul at Tricste. The claims for compensation with England in the Alabama case will be arranged by arbitration. MEXICO. The French troops have departed from the Mexican capital and are preparing to embark. Maximilian relic? confidently on his native troops. Juaroz was marching upon the capital, and a battle was imminent. The last intelligonco reports the capture of Juarez, and the viclory of Miramon. It is anno...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 27 April 1867

IMPOUNDINGB, BALLAN.-Impounded at the IBallan Shire Pound, on the 11th of April, by O. II. Lyon, Esq. Damages £3, llack maro, shod, J-C over near shoulder, OI off shoulder, If not claimed and exponses paid, to be sold on 8th May, On 15th April, by John Dwyor, trespass 2s, Ches. nut mare, star, saddle marked, shod, J before like. PP near shoulder, On 20th April, by lMr, John Dwyer, Chesnut mare, blaze, both fore fooi white, collar marked, F before JF conjoined near shouldor. If not claimeud and expenses paid, to. be sold on 15th May. By. Cooper, Acting Pound. keeper, MELTON.-Impoundod on 11th April, by Mrs. Wake, trespass (Td, each, 1Floabitton' grey mare, snip, collar marked, 81H near shoulder, 8 off rumnp, like 5 over - off shoulder; bay maro, collar marked, black points, like c over W over unin telligiblo near shoulder; bay horse, grey hairs mixed, small star, lame fore feet, like Flf off shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 8th May. On 14th April, by Mr. M. ....

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LITTLE CHARLIE: OR, A PLEA FOR GENTLE WORDS. A SKETCH FROM LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 27 April 1867

LITTLE CHARtLIE: 01O, A PLEA FOR GENTLE WORDS. A SKIETCH TFROI LIFE. IDY MARY E. BATCHELOR. " TiuRE, now I I nover saw such a trouble some child in my life. I do believo it is impossible for you to keep still a minute ;" and a hand came down with no gentlo touch upon the fair chcek of a beautiful boy, who stood timidly shrinking beneath the angry glance of his passionate mother. " I am so sorry, mamma; I di(nl't go to do it," the hot flush of shame mounting to the very curls that nestled upon his brow. " Yes, you are always sorry; but you never mend." These words, though poken quickly, wvero much more gentle than the first angry xecla mation, for the mother saiw she had been unjust ; that the accident had been caused more by her own carelessness than the child's. Writing late the night before, she had left the inkstand open upon the table, where he had accidentally overturned it in reaching for his cap; liko all quick-tompored persons she filt her fault most keenly, but was averse t...

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AGRICULTURAL. ONE PECK OF WHEAT PER ACRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 27 April 1867

AGRICULTURAL. ONE PECK OF WHEAT PER ACRE. YESTERDAn , the 20th October, I supervised the putting in of half a pock of wheat on half an acre in my olovon acres chapel land. The rest of the field was drilled to-day with four pocks per acre (my usual heavy-land quantity), but half an nacro on one side of thin-sown was drilled with thrco pecks an acre. It is on a clover lea, mown for hay and thoen manured and fed, according to my usual custom. The dibbling of the half acre employed one man to dibble and five women to drop a whole day, that is, from half.past six to flve p.m. The cost is--one man, 2s. d. ; fivo women, at 10d,, 4s. 2d.; or at the rate of 18s. 4d, per acre. In ordinary dibbling it only requires two women or girls to drop for each dibbler, but then the seed is hurriedly and carolessly dropped into the dibble holes, in quantities varying from five grains to a dozen. In my caso one kernel only was dropped in each hole, although occasionally two would slip in, and sometimes on...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 27 April 1867

PSATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1807. IT is scarcely possible to conceive anything more absurd than the present electoral fran chise for the Upper Iiouso. The qualification was fixed at a time when country property was at least four times its present value; and yet, notwithstanding the great depre elation in the value of property, the lords of the Upper House can scarcely be made to acknowledge that any reform whatever is necessary. Many of those who were entitled to a vote according' to the former value of their property, have been con scientious enough to have their names struck off the electoral roll. Others, however, pay very little attention to matters of conscience, and still take out their elector's right, although well knowing that their properties are not worth the amount entitling them to a vote. Indeed, we feel satisfied that if the electoral roll for the Upper House were thoroughly framed according to the requirements of the Act, fully two-thirds of those now claiming a right to vo...

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ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 27 April 1867

ROAD BOARD. Tiu ordinary meeoting of the Board was hold at the offieo of the Board on Friday, the 12th instant, at three p.m. Members present wore-B. C. Porter, Esq., Chairman Messrs. Grant, Staughton, Ross and Blackwood. The minutes of last meooting wore road and confirmed. The correspondence received and road was-A circular from the Do. partuiont of Roads and Bridges, respecting the appointment of Common Toll Road Managers; from the Under-Treasurer, enclosing voucher for the first instalment of endowment on rates for signature; from A. Macintosh, Esq., Groonhills, respecting the ford over Toolorn Toolorn Crook, adjoining his property. Tenders for rolling the road were opened :-G. Munro, £2 10s. per mile'; John S. White, £3, Neither of these tenders wore considered satisfactory, and the Clerk was in structed to communicate with F. Block, of Ballan, and make arrangements with him to roll the roads by day work at a cost not exceeding £5 per day of eight hours. Tenders were opened for...

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