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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 August 1866

(ilNERA 14 A i)Vl '1IE ]IALLAN, MELTON, MYLLBNIOING, BLACK( WOOD), EG)EnTON', S r: ILRO CXDJ XG- .DISi'l'RiC'1'S. -4---- iO~i Hl~itnrrry ino~ning, tlic 7th cdl JolyF, will he rpit,rrlishcrd fhe finrt unbe~rr of a now weekly paper, '1' ls ('U'itInrd th cclr jl/r llnzo ~ W rlcu1WivrL that the time baAu arrived when a *'rcI kfll arnd colrrc~t Czpofleft of tho varied and imn"Otar.t Interettc of the I nchail)arah Division I Vv;at lhW.?~k( Is desirablel then bius hitherrto 'xeted; and it isr hoped( that- thesycope of the columns, of she )Iacc~ua M~anri LErpl'esj will ifrd adequte faeilltiae for the: attainment of Pti~ object. C We shall ahortly satle the general princples Khieh it will he ou~r tatuk to advFocate, and the b4c~ry wfhich we Intend~ to ardopt In olar editorial [aaity, (If the variowi~ anjcta~f~spreseated to the Victorian I'ra~is for the c olfdcsatlon of the pubici nothing ~haof late xc~aited ue much Inte~rest andl attention th a~tate ofi politic~il arffins. DUrifng a ver ong'...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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TO THE RATEPAYERS OF EAST KORKUPERRIMUL, MERRIMU, AND PARWAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 August 1866

TO THE RATEPAYERS Op EAfST KORfKUPERRIIMUL, 31EPIIU, A?TD P A R W A N. (SEN''LEMEX--At the urgent reqterit of a TJ large numnber of the ratepayerA in the above rnamed di.trict, I have ali?owed mnyself to be r.cnminated for the office of mIember of the BaEcchus 31n.h inrd 1Maddingy IA:hrict Road Board, in the rnoom of or of cthe memlern who rtires by rotation. 'I'h. thrc sub'ivL.i,'a ni-me-d repre sent fully tlhree-fourthi of the population aindl ,-ealth oi tihe Road District, iid' are, therefore, in my opInion, entitled t, fou r meathkr.. When th: GoIernment coa -nteld :o tlhe B.:Cchua March nawl ,zdningl.:y Roar d Diutrict being eatablished, it. wa; upon the condition that the dictrict should hb srx.liridcd, and that the grant-in.aidl receivcd 'om r Government should b1 expended in each subdvis'rion in propo:tion to the amount raised by :uct-z. At the present time, the sulbdiviion of We3est Korkperrinndl ii due about fifteen hundred poDs;n to the other suabdivision. L wish it to be...

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TO THE ELECTORS BACCHUS MARSH AND MALLI[?]CLEY DIFF[?]CT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 August 1866

0*M%0A SC t" Af dSM tdJ %vO/ f 60A vw 4 m a ow,, tip, a a OM#d~wt £wwresis4 to As to yotv . mi 6 4-W rdtr, tt e S sr)Ws 6l Stwmeo t *k '%%0" gw5*tot *r*64v wt m5g £us #oitt st a M ýTdwoq, **'5AIt t ns ov *s at WiA At Mott9 t F lAwAc'w Stat 6tttFs; 40 EL, aPw6 it lkp w"ýosw&tlg4 rnPy tis A- r70 74t itte EAenti aimmgA & s ý ý: s: ,vl *Fi ; V 6 ZW 4 d'" gyre f*tlf· t ~O) w-s*S~ 4 GsinupnS 41 * Soul4ztt, I v&845 ia stwda4r EL ,rr stac swav insi Q~tiavz a wwsm Eotwa wi"Csns D* vyti, i Eý.rmo p4 ; tsto toras !b nt4*sm3^, Pos r o*4v wylý o ý s OMit trf of lrsIay !!s'y fob io Frv~ n &wtM rci' wntar Uopila fl :: tta frek, I s .~ e'n EL a _nf. t9Aczh gr/·wtcri'tts~:,~ pt49,.es cMB isntsmtedY~ my sw~s ;gir$ t stir44e~Ltat J i ; Ykj~L.~ r i~E ~ls 'fto u&~j~ o.*?~f tt~rus~o t~~r.t *Pio4 e EM~S~ nt/r yic b~St~ io ~ro':at ttiut tt y w5 ne~~ce f'swrx i:A ½tc 876tŽ'~~r11 4~g ~~s~*1 ZQbt~t I rybt:: (S 01 um A~o6~~;~rO ~r'm- ~dtf 9~ ~~rtt ~~~ ~c~t~n~sp~ * zuizs~...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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THE GEELONG COAL-FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 August 1866

T'iH GEELONO COAL-IPELD.-The gentlemen who leoft town on Friday last to inspect the coal seam lately discovered by Mr. Hart, on Mr. Clarke's farm, Wormbelo, reached there about mid-day, but in consequence of the refusal of the proprietor of the farm to allow Mr. Hart to proceed in develop ing his discovery, they had very little before them to pass judgment on. Mr. J. Ri. Hopkins, M.L.A., whose home station is within a few miles of the place indicated, was there to receive them, and on his recommendation, coupled with the advice of the practical men who visited his farm, Mr. Clarke has consented to allow the work of opening the seam to be proceeded with. After some refresh meat and an invitation from Mr. Hopkins to stop the night at his house, the party, under the guid ance of Mr. Davies, proceeded to view the tunnel opened some years ago in the Gum-tree Gully, Yan Yan Gurt, where a splitter, called Black An derson, discovered a coal seam. Unfortunately their guide had forgotten the ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE PANAMA MAIL. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. SOUTHAMPTON, JUNE 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 August 1866

ARRIVAL OF THE PANAMA MAIL. ENGLISII AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. SoUTnantIrox, JuNE 2. In the English Parliament, on the motion for going into committee on the Representation of the People Bill, it was agreed that the bill for redistri bution of seats should be incorporated therewith. Sir R. Knightly proposed that the question of bribery should be dealt with by the same commit. too. The Chancellor of the Exchequer objected to dealing with the question, except as separate and distinct from that of Parliamentary IReform. A smart debate ensued, which ended in a majority against the Government. The numbers were- For the motion, 248; against it, 238; majority against Government, 10. The European crisis still confines its action to words. Not a shot has been fired. Each Power wants the accidental or impulsive fact which may justify a declaration of war. The .lolitcnr has at last broken silence, and an nounced that England, France, and Russia, in order to prevent war in Italy and Germany, ha...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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BREEDING TELLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 August 1866

IJ1J bI!((s 'IkEI,5s.- A eyttlir In the ui;;h F~rllrtrrxl of I~rtiiiqtl in wr tcrt tr, infrtrm ilx that~ (A? 'utn: f1 'L- rin.nf hn :!ijr;4 % IbN4. of grrteLy wooIl rand 19 h.an arn warm wat'2r wr:Ahcd, a fJetx 61 t'4ch'e wrilr hl' Zrrr(!tb"i3, 'a!/'oL' fwJe:.

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M., and J Young, Esq., J.P.) AGGRAVATED ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 August 1866

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS M ARSH. WEDNESDAY, AUvc1UT 1. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M., and J Young, Esq., J.P.) AGGn:.'VATED ASS.ALT. Michael Shea was brought up on remand, charged with assaulting Phillip Conolly, by striking him on the head with a shovel, at Pentland Hills, on the 24th ult. The prosecutor was still unable to appear, but the following evidence was taken. John Stewart examined-Is overseer on the contract in connection with which the prisoner was employed; waa a witness to the assault; was twenty or thirty yards distant when the assault was committed; saw prisoner run across the road, attempt to stab Connolly with the shovel, and afterwards strike him on the head with the same weapon; witness ran to Connolly's assistance; found him insensible; the blood was oozing from his ears, nostrils, and mouth; applied restoratives, and sent to Bacchus Marsh for a doctor ; witness had Conolly put on a dray, and sent home; in the meantime prisoner made off. By the pri...

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BLACKWOOD. MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 August 1866

? acr~ z~hln Tl~u~ cfl FBir`JI~ni ~.m lIE~ol~xi rcn tiw4 TUS free Btwr~ ~wfLn a~~rr TEi ~shn~·i nnier am a.~rrns~naI ~~zwiw-~IPFF~= la'~·~a P~ t·~itJ;Lf~Z~: -Zi w13~ ~L~iI~-TiT~E JJB2rn. t~essl~s r ~r~~~mmmt~ mtm9iie~' ~if mEri . arnE aezY ~E3~l~diu D~Ima if Wflfl1W·c Ef to ~;E~TeI~fmmm~iw ~~i~~Ec qjrs ±Ewha~LS~ mr;inL~ mnrutz ~na Plrr~~CE;~~~ 1~ ii"- __ -DE~L fa t drmu~it t ~ afi ~ nL~-i-t f~79rur SP~~P1e -ci:~-~ zi~rit mr~ dt ~-snr ~atl~r~ rL-C ~fl~i~~m a~~iflfl 4fi1 a.a tlie~ t1~eU~lIa.P .·Pnw~~9 t± iT POTh.C~~~ a~~i~xm 5;f a~~irtCi~rio~' lct-~f-~ ~~ e~~~.PirTsc`Y ~·rT-ir·-m~ ~ ~ift r rs asti- V~~tm n ~~ainnrro~c~~-~~orEP~s t~iq RLI e ~ ~ flI ~m= IEz 1mttt~JIM mnm ~;Giis mir i I~~n ~·-er- ~: n;m· t~.l~~zia ir-· ccLn Al~ 5~i ~E i~ - Q L.im -~~t II l~~~m ~~~VfiA~tii~ siE mif a.=iig;~L47t I~~f: L~l(~~i~i~~~E~if ~F~3~!f~~-m~rr,;-~i~ ~iifj qj~:~~~y~Fl~t~~ aai~mL'I~a iFi* at-~mcc atnr~~~i a~ii~ez~ ~I maLU ~zm',, al~va~SJi . ~V rrr ilsnrt~ir·~r~i ~ - 7~~';Ekn~c~ miJ3~ a I;trasirLiz a r;...

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BALLAN. SHIRE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, JULY 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 August 1866

BALLAIN. SHIRE COUNCIL. F2IDY, Tra 2'. Prea?nt-Coun._iior Ly:n, Pr::idlent; Councillota 3FPheraon, Osbcnýu, Dun:an, and 3?,irs. The r;inutc3 of the init nc-:inng were read and confirmed. Lýtter; w:-e rezAl from the Secretary to the Paris lniver-al Erhibition, relative to a set f photo?raphs arnd b nner. From the Se,:retary to the Intercolonial Exhibi. tion. in an?e.- to Coancit's ietter. From the Secretary to the Royal Commis~on of Incuiry on the Operation of the Wines, Beer, and Spirit Sale Statute, No. 227. From the Commiesionerof Lands andSu?ley,on application of the Ballan Agricultural and Pasto ral SoElety, for the opinion of the Council. From Mr. Brough Smythe, relative to rent of reserroir. From Mr. Adair, requesting a tracing of the road at Bungeeltap. The Attorney-Geaeraa' opinion on Mr. Short'a case. Go?nrai at G=e?te, with bye-lawri. M3r. Dyer's renewed claim for bill of costs, £1 10s. Kenan Egan, County Court summons for .e1, damage to his property by Eward M'Keruan, con...

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MELTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 August 1866

IELTON. (FROMs oUn ows COnRRESPONDENT.) A aII rINo of the members of the Melton Agri cultural Society was hold in the Raglan Hotel on Friday, 27th July, at half-past four o'clock, to take into consideration the advisability of amalgamat. ing with the bIacehus Marsh Society. Mr. A. Westlake, Vice-.Prsident to the Molton Society, took the chair. Mr. Ross then read a letter from the Bacchus Marsh Society, wishing to know if the Melton Society were willing to join the Bacchus Marsh one, and on what terms. The members present expressed themselves in favour of Inmal ganmation, and requested the Secretary to write to the lacchus Marsh Society, stating that the Molton one was willing to join on equal terms; the Show and Ploughing Match to take place at each of the places crery alternate year; the money to go into one fund previous to the Show and Ploughing Match takiung place. We trust the above will meet the 'ishes of our March friends. If so, it will form one of the best and most flourish...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 August 1866

r.ýr.0 sese 4F ta ' d ar sjlr~ ~ lrss-- t 6 E ju~k s ii', pro !: r,+~cr ýJeoienB Er tc balk' a ix , WA de ,ass drqroa rLtio r,4 den' M4~I , d o td M- I s ; ai ib d t r vA rl s fJ ti 8 Th *4e 0=4 frwjt* L4 t" d o . % & i Ap'jt~% d inv~k itJ Irr a:."';: rsr ýýý 3ljýitxcf j9lbI't dR sit -~ tY1,r r h r pc gs3 etz r ~~ra n his Peril.~u I-T. .' J r4tl V i j UnIrig man - t 1r:1 iwd of J S qB who aire thiut forwadti' t take part in tile arena of legi tioun. It is assumed that efficienev is not to bhT loked ibr where a certain social- -atus 'ad i. alth are abkent. "Your reprLe.-e nt'tive .ia\.s our colonial Conserv'tive, "' aT: be a vrv prai eworti y man in his priv.t?e ccap~acitv, but'he is decidedlY too plebeian f;r a seat in the House." At- I tention to p,,liical :ffhirs, average ability, :and hone~tv, are, indeed, counted as little when unaEco anll,,ied by the gilt, of wealth amn intluence. Whem the last two general elections rmsulted in the return by very decided majorities of m...

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BACCHUS MARSH CENTRAL COMMON SCHOOL. ELECTION OF HEAD TEACHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 August 1866

BACCIIUS MARSH CENTRAL COMMON SCHOOL. I:L.CPIO'; of HE.u TVvAcaica. A ;IurTINO of the Local Committee of the above school was held on Wedne-day evening las:t, in the Schoolroom, at eight o'clock, for the purpo;'e of opening applications for the situation of head master, vacant by the resignation of MIr. Millie. There were present-Jamnes Young, Esq., J.]'., chairman of the committee; J. E. Crook, Esq., heon. correspondent; Reov. J. Scott, Rev. J. C. Sabine, Messrs. J. S. Cooper, 'T. Pearce, C. IMahony, and W. . I. 3Farlane. Twenty.-thrce applications, and the accompanying testimonials, were read. After careful consideration and some discussion, the following names were selected for further consideration from the list of canudidates:--3Mr John Hartley Roberts, Growler's Creek; Mr. Thomas M. Wilson, St. Stephen's Schools, Rich mond; Mr. W. S. hamilton, Victoria-street, South Yarra; Mr. William 3'Nicoll, Pontland Hills; Mr. John Scott, Campbellflcld; Mr, John Watson, Kilmore; and Mr. G....

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLACKWOOD. FRIDAY, JULY 27. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and H. Lawrence, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 August 1866

BLACKWOOD.     FRIDAY, JULY 27. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and H. Law- rence, Esq., J.P.) DEBT.--Keaser v. Decker, £1 19s. 3d., work and labour, adnjourned from last Court day. No appearance.--Ludwig v. Walker, as manager for and on behalf of Polglase, £6 17s. 6d., work and labour. Dismissed.–Rogers v. Woodyatt, £17 7s., goods sold and delivered. Settled out of court. Mackie v. Hock, £5 11s. 6d., goods sold and delivered. Order for £5 11s. 6d., with 5s. costs. Mackie v. You, £4 19s., goods sold and delivered. Settled out of court.-Mackie v. You, £1 13s. 6d., goods sold and delivered. Settled out of court.– Mackie v. Chee, 5s., carriage of goods. Order for 5s., and 5s. costs.-Mackie v. Fitzgerald, £2 12s. 6d., goods sold and delivered. Order for £2 12s. 6d., and 6s, costs. ABUSIVE AND INSULTING LANGUAGE.--William Miller v. Antonio Mullinare. Dismissed. APPEALS AGAINST THE BALLAN SHIIRE COUNCIL   ASSESSMENT.–Mr. Miller, solicitor, appeared fo...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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IDLLNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 August 1866

IDLENESS.—The proverb tells us that idle persons       never find time for anything ; and the reason is     that they have always a huge bundle of arrears to     engross their attention. They can do little or   nothing because they are always intending to do a vast deal, or, more strictly speaking, because they have always a vast deal waiting to be done. MARKETS. BACCHis MArsnr.-Flour, from £15 10s. to £16 10s. per ton; Bran, £9 per ton ; Pollard, ,£10 per ton; Wheat, Gs. d. per bushel. (FRo, Tair " Ar.acs,? Aiu. 1.) The greatest dulness has pervaded the market for breadatuffs throughout the past week. Tran sactions generally have been confined to the mere supplying of trade r.quirements, and have been but trifling; and a alight reduction on last week's rates has been conceded on '.ll ales, Adelaide flour, town brands, is now offering at .C£1 10., and though country birauds are no...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. SECTARIANISM. To the Editor of the Bacchus Marsh Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 August 1866

CORRESPONDENCE. SECTARIANISM.,     To the Editor of the Bacchus Marsh Express, Sin-It is with a fooling of regret that I have observed-first in a contemporary, and again in your issue of the 28th July-two letters on a subject which I thought was amongst one of the last that would have beon introduced through the medium of the Press (even though to serve a purposeo) in Bacchus Marsh. In common with all right-thinking men, I cannot do other than in the most unmeasured terms deprecate this course of procedure. The advent of the Express was hailed with delight by a large number of persons, as being an organ purely cosmopolitan in its views religious, social, and otherwise. Before, however, it was fairly launched upon the stormy waters of public opinion (there, it is to be hoped, to find a titting recognition), it was mot in a cowardly manner by an appeal to the religious prejudices of a large section of our community. Taking my position as an impartial censor o...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866

WIT AND HUMOUR, A young heiress of considerable personal attractions chanced to be seated, at a dinner party, with a young man remarkable in the iashionable circles for the brilliancy of his wit, and who had long made one in the train of her admirers, The conversation turning on the uncertainty of life and insurance offices, "I mean to insure mine," the young lady said, archly, " in the Hope,"-" In the hope of what?' said the admirer; "a single hfe is not worth insuring; I propose that we should insure.our livens together, and, if you have no objection, I should prefer the Alli. ance," WIIrTEWAsINa,.-" While at 'Windsor (U.S.)," says Captain Marryatt, "I took cold, and was laid up with a fever, I had been in bed three days, when my landlady came into the room. ' Well, captain, how do you find yourself by this time ?'--' Oh, I am a little better, thank you,' replied I. 'Well, I am glad of it, because I want to whitewash your room; for if the colour-man stops to do it till to.morrow, ...

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AGRICULTURAL. MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866

A GR IOU LT U IL AL. MIL K. (FRon? THE "YEAR-BooK or AGRICULTURAL FAcTs.") FRno eighty to ninety per cent. cows' milk consists of water. The quantity may be in creased by special feeding for this purpose. Some sellers of mile in the neighbourhood of large cities, who are too conscientious to add water to their milk, but who still desire to dilute it, contrive to effect their purpose by feeding their cows on juicy, succulent food, containing much water. Such watered milk they are able to sell with a safe conscience, though it may be doubted if the true morality of the case is much better than if the pump or water-can had been called directly into action. The large breeds of cows, which are remarkable for giving very great quantities of poor watery milk, are kept in many parts of. the country around London for supplying the metropolis with milk. The seasons have their effect upon milk. The milk in spring is supposed to bo the best for drinking; and hence it would be the best for calve...

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BE YOUR OWN RIGHT-HAND MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866

Ba YouR OWN RIITr-IIAND BMAN.--People who have boon bolstered up and levered all their lives, are seldom good for anything in a crisis. When misfortune comes, they look around for somebody to cling to or loan upon. If the prop is not there, down they go. Once down, they are as helpless as capsized turtles, or unhorsed men in armour, and they cannot find their foot again with out assistance. Such silicon fellows no more resemble self-made men, who have fought their way to position, making difflculties their stopping stones, and deriving determination from their defeat, than vines resemble oaks, or spluttering rushlights the stars of heaven. Efforts persisted to aolovemeonts train a man to self-reliance; and when he has proven to the world that he can trust himself, the world will trust him. We say, thore fore, that it is unwiso to deprive young men of the advantages which result from energetic action, by . ssisting them over obstacles which they ought to surmount alone. No one over s...

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A RELIC OF THE PAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866

A RELIC OF THE PAST, AMONOST other papers belonging to the late Andrew M'Naughton, theoro is a stray number of thoPorl PhidllipPatriot audMlclbou'AcAdvlrtiser,Vol.I., No. 45, data August 12th, 1830. It is torn, dog. leaved, blotted with ink, and of that delicious yellow huo that collectors of MS. and pamphlets love to contemplate, Thore is a fair sprinkling of advertisements. Amongst them is the schooner Agnes, 74 tons, advertised to sail from Hobart Town to Melbourne and Goolong; arid the Sham rook, smack, to Melbourne, J. P. Fawknor as agent in Melbourne, and William Gray gent in Geolong. King David Fisher advertised four thousand highly-brod owes, and ton thousand wethers, with a right of station, and again a large flock of sheep, rams, &e., at Darkoy's Crook, about eight miles from Geeolong, with rights of station, &o. A Mr. Mook advertises .£600 to be lent on mortgage, at 15 per cont. per annum, interest to be paid half. yearly. J. P. Fawknor, at this time, was ...

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INCIDENTS IN THE LIFE OF AN ITALIAN BRIGAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866

I.SIDNL'['TS IN Ti[E IlFEi OF AN ITALIAN 1II (JUAN]). 'l'R tifllowilng story, illustrative of the deep fholing of' reven"e thaut so ol'tn manifests itsolf in the Itaitan atli Spanish pe'asantry, was relted by ia ,oor Italian mondicant, with wliotn the writor lately hlpponodl to moot. We\ boliovo the 'narrtivo is in strict tecotrdnui!o with trulh. Some ftrlty or filfty years ago, on a delight ful. ovoening in the m1iddle of' oJuly, n young girl mig'ht have boon soon sitting botloro a little cothtage on the outskirts of a small village near Florence, She was busily on g'aged plying her noodle, nd111(1 the warmn light of an. l.nhlitu sunset, as it sheod a rilel huo overrhor glossy ringlets, and increased the (luliolto tint. of her hlonnming' chok, with the liigrint, ilhower-hlods plantol inround, and the noilt taid eomnllhirtahle-lookin' c(ottnage, formed a piloture of' rmnal feliity that wns muite on chnnlting,. By hor side was seated a youth whose woe appeared to regard her motions w...

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