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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 May 1867

IMPOUNDINGC. I BALLAN,-Impounded, at the Balln Shire Pound, on.. the 11th of April, by. C H. Lybon, Isq. Daningbs M3, 'Black mare;' shod, J-C over > hear shoulder, C11 off shoulder. If: not claimed and expenses paid, to. be sold on 8th hAIy. On 15th April, by John Dwyer, trespass 2s. , Chos nut mare, star, saddle marked, shod, J beforo like PP noear shoulder. On 20th April, by Mr. John Dwycr. Chosnut inmrc, blaze, both fore foot whito, collar marked, F before JF conjoined near shoulder. If not claiwued and expenses paid, to be sold on, 15th May. Sy. Cooper, Poundkeooper. MELTON.-Impounded on 11th April, by Irs. Wako, trespass Gl. each. Floabitton grey mare, snip, collar marked, 811 near shoulder, 8 off rump, like 5 over - off shouldor; bay mtiro,. collar marked, black points, like O over Wa over unin. teolligible near shouldor;. bay horse, grey hairs mixed, small star, lame fore foot, like PL: off' shoulder, If not claimed and andxp onsospaid, to he sold pii 8th May. On 14th Apri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 May 1867

ITHE NATIONAL BANK OF v,? -AUSTRALASIA.. 4 .BACCHUS MARSH BRANCH. PAIDUr P CAPITAL . . 540, 0 0 RESERIVE FUND . . . 413 0, 00 CURRENT RATES of INTEREST ALLOWED On Monies doposited for fixed periods, *r-" THOf. F. ROBERTS," : i \ hActing Man gor. COMMERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA S (LIMITED.) NOTICE is hereby given that a Branch of this :.Bank. will be OPENED., at; BALLAN..on TussDAY, the 23rd April cnrrent, under the 4ana3geruont of Mrr IIINlY r Npae4 nowa I *itoW By order of the Direootors,, GEO. ALLENTINE, . onora1 Manageor. Molbourno, pril 8, 1807. . APPLICANTS for Land under the provisions of the above Seotlon, in thee l 3lackwood and Ilacehub Maish Divisions, are heroby roqifosted to forward their applicttions t6 mo, at my Office in Kynoton, or at niy Survey Camhmp, as early as possible. Mr. D.hIIAR1BORD Baco hus arsh, ,is autho. risod to roqgirvo appliQatidus f.or inb. ' 1 '. ?yn.o ..· 2 18:0"'Contract Surveyor. Kynoton, A ..111 . 8 ' · Winter G0oods, TUST ARRIVED, a laigo and plea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 May 1867

SUMMER CLOTHING. Uu1 purchases in the HIomo and Continental O Darloets are now to hand, and to which we vito special attention. The Newest Styles of Coatings In West of England Elastics, RIibbs and Moltons, 11ss, of Chipping Norton, celebrated Tweeds, For Riding Trousers and Pants, now mixtures. All the different makes of West of England and Scotch Trousorings. Fancy French Cashmeoro and Quilting Vostings. Superior Waterproof Tweed Overcoatings. Russell Cords, Alpacas, China Silk, And Other Lrght Materials for Summer Wear. ALL GOODS TIIOROUGh1LY SHRUNK Before being made up. Patterns and Instrunotions for Self-Moasurement snt free by pdst, on application. A Largo and Fashionable STOCK OF READY-MADE CLOTHING. OUTFITS TO ENGLAND And all parts of the World, on the Shortest Notice. Moderato Charges. First-class Cutters and Workmen employed on the proemises. 000KSON AND BROWN, SUCCESSORS TO G. AND J. ESPIE. WIIITE DRESS SHIRTS. 'The attention of gentlemen requiring shirts is solicited to ...

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BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 May 1867

f3AL;LARAT, MAIKICET. MESSS, HnEPBURN AND LEONAnu report: Tho stock yarded:woro 485 cattle, 9 ,calves, 4515 shoop, '20~ laniib'i. Fat' Cattle: Supply to hand this wook was loss, than usual, yet sufficient for requirements.. Sales, opened dull,. but improved as they dvanuced; bhost pons realistng from- 25s. to 27s. Od. per 100 lbs.-a fow perhaps somewhat higher. Quotations: ,Prime bred bullocks, £9 to £12 ; secobd ditto, £7 to £8, imedium and infoieior ditto, £1 to £5 10s. 'cors at proportionato rates. Fat Calves, as usual,--brought high rates--best. from 40s. to 70s.; medium and inferior, 20s, to 30s, Fat Shep :. :The supply was a light one, consistiug for most parti of medium quality, whioh sold at an r?d~itincdof 'foiit 6d. td' 1s: a head on previous week, .;: Quotations i; Primo wothors, 12s. d.' to'15s,7 good ditto :10s,'to 12s. medium and inforior' ditto,' Gs;, to 8s, Fat Lambs: The few to hand ivwero quite ample. We sold 26? from. Os., Gd.. to8s, Stor Sheoop: Business con. tin...

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MARKETS. BORDER FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 May 1867

M A R KE T S. . BORDER FLOUR MILLS. Mr. Jamos.Young reports:-Flour, fll to £12; wheat, 4s.'to 4,l. 3d per bushel; bran, Is, 2d. per bushel; pollard, Is. 2d. to Is. Gd. MELDOURNE, WEDNESDAY, LMAY 1, SMEssns. DALMAiroY CAUPDELl,roport,May 2nd Fat Cattle: A large supply 'came to hand thid vweek-viz,; 131.2 head, about ono-half',of which from the North. ,The latter were not good, and almost unsaleable. Prices for. the best lots wore rather better than last week, but taken altogether thoro was not much alteration. Wo quote best pens bullocks, at from £10 to 11 2s. Gd.; second, from .0 to .8; inferior, from £3 ,10. to £5. 'Cows, very few good offered, Best brought from £.6 to .08; second; from £4. to £5; inferior, from £2 sOs. to £e310s. Fat Calves:. Number in, 127 head, all good quality, which sold at satisfactory pricos. ' quote prime from 65s. to 85s.; good, froin 40s. to50s. i second, from 25s, to 85s.; in forior, from 15s; to 20s. Pt Sheep: 11,000 ponned, At the oponing of the market...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. TUESDAY, APRIL 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 May 1867

PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA., TUE?SAY, AmraL 80, In the Legislative Council--Dr. Iope:took his seat. The Lunacy Bill was considered in Com. mnitteo and postponcd for furthor deliberation, A Supply Bill was passed. In the Legislative °Assembly-Mr. Longmoro presented a petition- from free selectors,. asking that where the improveonmnts stipulated for under tho Laud Aet had been made, the rental shoifld go towards purchase money. The petition was 'uled to be irregular, and'was withdrawn, '~he Public. Health Bill was considered, and the House rgjeoted the Council's provision for an appeal against the decision of the Chief Secretary in cases of dispute between the Central and auy" Local Board of Health. A conference was ordered to be had with the Council in regard to another clause in the Dill. The Insolvenoy Law Amondment Bill was read a second time and committed. Mr. MI'Mahon desired it to be referred to a Select Committeeo, but the G.overnment pointed out that doing so would postpone the B...

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BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 May 1867

BAL:ALA N BAiartN CommIaneoiwAL ux.nm,--The workmen who hlav btooni engagl i ihdo fltting up and' lt?rations of thio Comminieil Bank for those last throe wvooks, are fast':blringing tholi libours to an end, and fBlalan'may then boast of having as neat and ýas well aiiigod a?bliank asl any InlandI town 'in theo' colony .A wook, ag the lIrgo nion safeo weighing upwarids of a toin, was placeod in its position, But the .eiroumstanco which gives us the groatost satisfAotion is, that w areo in a positioon to'infoiir the iiubiio that the business ,of the bank .is pro. grossing most satisfactorily, and already the couimoroal and fanrming inteoroests of ourelaigo aid' important shiro begin to fool the advantagoes of a banking i institut in their midst: ;Twvo winters ago a foew gentlenimn in Ballan ostablished i4 Debating.: Soietoy, which was woll attiended both by itsn monbers :and the ladies: of th odistriot, blit for want of the rccquisite energy it foll throughi -h John Osborno," Ers,, of...

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ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 May 1867

R OAD 13BOARD. Tim ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Board was hold attlohe office on Friday, the 20th ult., at two pin. Present--B. C. Porteor, Esq., Chairman ; Messrs. Grant and Staughton, Minutes of last meeooting were road and confirmed. Cordispondence roaadl-Letter from Roads and Bridges Doeartlmont; roquesting thle renewal pro. miu|m on the guarantoo policy of Mr. Lethbridge, as Manager of the Djorriwarrh Common Toll, Also, letter from Roads andlBridges Department, advising its .approval of the sohome submitted, from the expendituro of Main Road. Toll Funds for thi oturront year, The Surveyor reported his having made an arrangoment ývitli Frederick Block, of Ballan, to roll the noyw road by day work; also, the comple. tion of survoy on Cabbigo Tr'ooeRoad, Sunbury, as reoqupested at tholest ieeothtig. 'LThe Comnmitteo' applointed to mlioo Mr. Macin. tosh, of 'Groenhills, recdioeeing the ford over 'T'oolorn Toolorn Crook, bronght, up -its report, which recommended the preparat...

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UNITED DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 May 1867

UNITED DISTRICT ROAD.BOARhD; .Ti Board met on the 29th ult, Present -Messrs. Hussey (in the chair), Campbell, Junor, and Wilson. Letters received from-Assistant Commis sioner of Roads and Bridges, about appoint nient of Manager for the Gap Toll, .Henry Gardner, about fencing in road. Clerk of Woodend, Nowham, and Rochforid 'Board,: asking reception of deputation. Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Survey, about' fencing in commons. James Keily, asking, for fines to be remitted; T. L. Harris, state ment of accounts of the Galp Toll. II, R. Dixon, about opening a road irom Gisborne to Blaokwiood. MoIred' by Mr. Campbell, seconded by Mr. Junor--' That, as the road north of allotment 80,: parish of Gisborno, leads to other properties, besides those of John Thomas Smith, and which properties have no other outlet, this Board cannot consent. to the alionation of it to that gentleman." Carried. 'Moved by Mr.: Junor, seconded by Mr. Wilson--"'?hat this Board approves of Mr. Gardner's applic...

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GISBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 May 1867

GISBORNE. (FRO.1 OUR CORRESPONDENT.) SnvEnaL of the inhabitants of Blackwood visited Gisborne on Monday, with reference to the opening up of a road'from Gisborno to that place. lThe visitors were-M r. Magnus, the Mining Surveyor; and Messrs. Candage and Williams, storekeepers. In consequence of: the representations made by those gentlo men, and the fhvourablo opinion entertained of tie project, Mr. Liglhtfoot, the Surveyor to the Road Board, accompanied them home on Tuiesday, and reports that a good prac ticable track can beo obtained, by which Blackwood will be brought within seventeen miles. It would have very few gradients, and those very slight, and a good firm road nearly the whole way. If this road is opened up, it will be of great advantage to all con. corned; as it will bring' Blackwood twenty miles nenarr Melbourno thann at present, and will thereby effect ai great saving :on the freight of goods. It will also be of consider able advantage to Gisborne, by bringinin- a large...

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MELTON. MONDAY, APRIL 20. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 May 1867

MELTON. MornAY, APmL 20, . ... (Boforo CharloB Shutor, Esq., P.M.) The only caso wias-Olork of ]load Roard~ v. James Minus, Molton, for allowing a dog to be at lahigo with?ut wearing a collar, &o; .Flald 6s, and 2s, Od. costs.

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, MAY 1. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M., and James Young, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 May 1867

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. Wa N?? N DAY, MAY 1. - (Before Chrlos Slmtor,I Esq., P.M., and:... Jaines Young, Esq.,, JP.) DuiuCxRAD--JanIes Kounndy was disohnirgod with a caution. SarLL, Dlnurr.-Watts v, Kennedy. Goods-17s. Verdiot for amount and Da. costs. ASSAULT. W. M'Donald v, Edwin Jamoes. Mr. Goll for the plaintiff, Mr. Musgravo for the defendant, Mr. Goll briefly opened the cuso, and said that the evidonoo of the complainant would show that a serious assault had boon committed upon him, not bodily, certainly, but as a respectable membor of society. 1He quoted the law as to what con stituted an assault. Thoy proceeded for a penalty, and.not damages,. :. W. M'Donald, of ]aechus . Marsh,- know the defendant,. OnTnosday, 2Brd inst., lost a horse, and found it in Mrs. James's stockyard, He was on horseback, and wont towards the house to ask for the horse, and on his way there saw Edwin JTites, iloughing. Said "Good morning," and got no reply. Asked for, a civil answer,...

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MELTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 May 1867

MELTON. (Fno i OUR OWN CoIUiESPONDIINT.) LAST wcok I hlazarded 'tlio' opinion that-tlho BUantar, got up by some of the leading membeors of tlihe ..resbyterian body here, would provo a success, and bo what the Emporor of the French calls ' " nmaterial guai'rantee" for tlhe duo completion of their lhurch, and it, you may be sure, is a matter of small congratu-lntion to myself, and, I doubt not, of considerable satisfaction to thel promoters of the Bazaar, to find the cash rosult somethino' over £120. Nor is it to be forgotten that it: was only Inst Eastor that the hirst: basaar in: aid of the same building' was held, and I .venture to believe that tho Presbyterians (ni d remembiii er I in not one) have set an oeaimple, as a body, that might woll b' imitated by nnother donomination of profossiin' Christians, who have also a par tially biilt church in Melton. In reply to 'the lottoi 'Of " Inquirer," in your last issue, as to what lins become of tilhe monoy tliat was raised some months a...

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BALLAN. TUESDAY, 30TH APRIL. (Before J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 May 1867

BAALAN, . : -TUESDAY, BOTH APRIL, (eoforo J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M.). Numerous'small dobt cases vero disposoed of, Mary Mahor v. Mary Dodwniy.-Assaulti. Da nagos 10, Postponed for fourteen days. iRandall Downey : v. Mary: .Mahor.--Aesault. Postponcd for, fourteoon days. Same v. S:niao-WilfPul injury to property. Postponeodfor fourtoon days. :John Short v,. Stophen 13utlor.-Chlarging ox odssivo dalmaices on a pig impounded by him. 'ase dismissed with 17s. costs. 'Willihm Spioo v. Edward MKornau.-Abnsivo nd thronatoening, with intent to provoke a broach )f the peaco. Finod 10s., with costs 12s. O,1 Jane. 1Baeor applied ,for a groeor's license. hraitod.

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THE FIRST FUNERAL OF AN ODDFELLOW ON BLACKWOOD. To the Editor of the Express. "In the midst of life we are in death." [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 May 1867

THE FIRST FUNERAL OF AN ODDFELLOW ON BLACKWOOD. To the Editor of the Express. "In the midat of life we are in death," Sir-These words were forcibly illustrated in the person of Joseph Cruise, of the Victoria Hotel, Blackwood, a strong healthy man, but who, after an illness of only three days, died on the 25th ult, he was a member of the Nil Desprandum Lodge of G. U. Odd Fellows, and this being the first funeral of an Odd Fellow on Blackwood, more than ordinary interest was attached to it, for it was known that the Oddfellows would turn out en masse to accompany the remains of their de- ceased brother to their last resting-place The Members of the Order met at the Lodge-room, Golden Point, on the 27th ult., at half-past one o'clock p.m., where they adjusted their insignias, which were bordered with black cloth, And each member's hat was supplied with cloth of the same description, put on in the usual way. They then proceeded to the residence of their deceased Brother; which is about ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 May 1867

DIED. ANDERSON.-On the 27th January, at Dunglass Mill, East Lothian, Scotland, Mr. Thomas Anderson, father of Mr. William Anderson, of Lucknow, near Bacchus Marsh.

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SELECTED POETRY. THE VIGIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 May 1867

SELECTED POETRY. TIIE VIGIL. [The following verses have evidently sprung up out of one of those touching romances of real life which form so many episodes in the exodus of the people from the Old World to the Antipodes.] A dreary watch, last Halloweve, Three true friends were keeping; Sign there was none of weeping, Yet deeper did they grieve, As a miser tolls over his hoarded gold To the ruthless grasp of some robber bold, They silently reckoned the treasure sands Reft from their life by Time's iron hands, And fain would their hearts deceive. Where did that heavy night roll round ? Sate they beside a couch of death Watching the strife of the failing breath, Or the corpse in its pale shroud wound? Or was it else by a lonely tomb, With never a star to break the gloom ? Or the yet more desolate death of heart, When the living that live must live apart, And sever the chain so closely bound ? Methinks their vigil was all of those: A mother's best life was ebbing away— Pallid in death a ...

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AGRICULTURAL. THIN SOWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 May 1867

AGRICULTURAL. , 'THIN SOWING. C A COlllESIPONjiN'r of tIle Jdlok .Lnei .i . f- 1 Sre~s, miglingl himself "'The Old Norfolk a farmier," is nm ert(ost advoclat fior tho 1 system of thin is owing consistently niin- fl tinoed l by Alderman Mechii, in a ltter ' addroehssod to th. editor, he says:- H " Aldem'in M hlii does g'od service to the I i0gricpult l'ist in pldili.shilg thei reultls of his 1 fxperiments; and thoughl, as Diai. O'Connell expressed it with ri'ard to himselfl', the Alfdrianm is oi of the benst abused mn in t Enghlnd, Ihe shows that he does not loso his English lic'ik in the fiute of his dotructoris His lotter in you?,r joiirnl of th, 10th instant, t is lanothir proof of' tie advlintiag of' thin I seeding', and thi absurdity of' sowin throo or i ioirn bushels of wheat, per iacri. ThlO results of lisJ throe yel.ns' xperimilents in sowing ono peck peor lien', on the smniil Hsiilo of hlf alln icro, is only olnowing up whaI, Mr. ] idll0tt I }hs boon liiictiNi 01On it lirg'o...

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SELECTED POETRY. SLANDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 May 1867

SFLEOTED POETRY. . SL'A'NDER. ýý: i A *hlspor woko the air S skoft light tone and low, il? : t biir/bd with shamnd and woo: Now, might it only poribh theroe ! SNdo further go, , Ah,; nieo ! a quick and eager ear, 'Cau.ght up the little meaning sound I Another voice has breatth'd it clear, A- d no it waidlors rouud Il'omn car to 1p-fr-nom lip to car, Until it, rearh'd that tender heart, at last, And that--it broke It wa? the only heart it found, Tho only holrt 'twas mimeant to find, Wlhen first its acerntla woke It reached that udtnl'e heart at aIrt, And that,-it brokel , ow ans It, stelol t.o other earn, It caInoe-a thntmiir c' auh Ito ihers That fragile girl so fair tnd gay That, gtileluns girl no pure and I1.o, ?Tia utald a lovely hulmming bird, l'liat in it fragrant lily lay And dreotmn'd the unitmlnor morn away, Was killed but, by the gun's riport Homo idlo boy had Ilred in sport. The very poutndl-ia death blow camto I And thul her haIppy heart,, that beat "Wilth love and hopo, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 May 1867

BONE MANURE. TURNBULL & DUGDALE, PENTLAND HILLS, BEG to announce that they are about erecting Smachinery which will enable them to suppl Bone Manure, of unsurpassed quality, at Mel bourne prices, thus saving the cost of carriage to the pnroluwor. Orders can be xooeutod on the shortest notice and this valuable manure delivered whoro desired. 'Extract from "Stophon's Book of the Farm," page 83.-" Bono-dust has now completely estab lislied itself as a valuable manure; and I believe that, with the exception of farm.yard dung, there is no substance we know upon which we may place more implicit reliance, in one or another of its states, as a fortiliser of the soil, not even excepting guano, One of its most valuable pro perties as a manure Is its durability; and in this respect it is superior to farm dung and guano." Ajaoont to Blackwood Flour Mills, Pontland Hills, March, 1807. BONES WANTED, r TURNBULL & DUGDALE, having made Sarrangoemeonts for supplying lone Manure, will ...

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