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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 21 August 1915
MARRIAGE. ANDERSON-KiTsON.-Oa the 24th July, at Scots Church, Collins street, by the Rev. Dr. Marshall, William Harvie, eldest son of Thomas Anderson, Bac chus Marsh, to Hilda, only daughter of James Kitson, Broadway, Camberwell. SDEATHS. ATHORN.--On the 6th'August, at his son in-law's residence, George Hider, Wan gerrip, William Henry Athorn, aged 73 years. :STUART.--On the lith August, 1915, passed away at his mother's residence, 'Rhynie," Essex road, Surrey Hills, Douglas Gordon, youngest son of the late Rev. John A. Stuart and Minnie Stuart, aged 29 years. aaS SATURDAY, AoUGUST 21, 1916.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 21 August 1915
THURSDAY, Aug. 26. At h1.30 a.m. sharp. - Ballan Market. L. A. FAIRBAIRN & Co. will Sell, at their Commercial Yards, on above Sdate.. 200 CATTLE: Including 40 Steers and Bullocks, direct from Emly Park. Usual drafts of Fat, Store, Young, and Dairy Cattle.. 300 SHEEP: Comprising breeding Ewes, Stores, and Fats. HORSES, PIGS and SUNDRIES. Preliminary Notice. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 8. CLEARING SALE AT ROCK BANK. L. A. FAIRBAIRN & Co., under instructions from Miss Ruth Everett, who has sold her property, will Sell by Public Auction, on the farm, 3n miles from Rockbank; 4 miles from Melton; and 6 miles from Sydenham The whole of her HORSES, CAT TLE, Implements, and Sundries. Further particulars later. L. A. FAIRBAIRN & Co., Bac chus Marsh, Ballan and Melbourne. MONDAY, 13th Sept. Horse Sale. :L. A. FAIRBAIRN & Co., and Adamson, Strettle & Co., will hold a Sale. of Horses in the Corporation Yards, Bacchus Marsh, on the above date, at 1 o'clock sharp. 100 ...
COMING EVENTS : [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 21 August 1915
CQMING EVENTS: Saturday,. August 21.-Methodist Church Concert, Staughton Vale. Wednesday, Aug. 25.-Hibernian ball, Bacchus Marsh. Wednesday, August 25.- Rod Cross Sale of Gifts, Toolern Vale. Friday, August 27.-Wattle blos som social, Myrniong. Wednesday, Sept. 1.-Red Cross con cert, Myrniong. Wednesday, Sept. 8.-Jumble Fair, Bacchus Marsh. Thursday, October 14.-Bacchus Marsh races, in aid local Red Cross fund. Thursday, Oct. 21.- Werribee shot. Wednesday, Oct. 27.- Bacchus Marsh show. Wednesday, Nov. 24.- Ballan show.
THE EMPIRE'S CALL. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 21 August 1915
THE EMPIRE'S CALL. Dr. W. B. Ryan, of Bacchus Marsh, has joined the Army Med ical Corps Reserve, for home duty at the Military Camps. Dr. Ryan will take up his duties early next week, and will be absent from Bac chus Marsh for about a month. In the meantime, his local practice will be attended to by his father, Dr. T. B; Ryan. Colin Todd, jun., has enlisted. He was a member of the Bacchus Marsh detachment, 29th Light Horse; also a member of the local Gun Club. His three cousins (Colin- Todd, Colin Thomas, and George Thomas) are at present at the front; while his brother,. and another cousin (Jack Watkins) are now in Camp. James Bourke, of Coimadai, son of the late Cr. James Bourke, has joined Australia's new Army. Mr. J. Markham, baker, Bacchus Marsh, has three brothers in the Australian Army, one of whom has been, fighting in the trenches for over three months, and fortunately so far has escaped injury. Mr. A. T. Ozanne, M.H.R., has received the following communica-. tion from the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 21 August 1915
*ADYANCE FASHIONS S, ? FOR We have received our first instalment of :.:" New Dress Goods : or Spring and Summer Wear, and cordially invite our' Customers to Call and Inspect them. DRESSMAKING by Miss Hobbs. Leave your orders before the rush commences. . w4 J OR M.. NEW SEASON'S IRRIGATION CALICO We desire to notify the Public of the arrival of our CELEBRATED IRRIGATION CALICO, and to state that, owing to the General Unrest, there will be NO FURTHER SHIPMENTS. The home price has advanced 2d. per yard, but having ordered early in the season, we are in a happy position of being able to pass on the extra Legitimate Profit to our customers, and have decided to Sell at LAST SEASON'S PRICES. We have only a LIMITED QUANTITY, and it will be neceesary to ORDER EARLY, as we. cannot replace. PRICES and SAMPLES on application. PEARCE Bros., Bacchus Marsh A Step in the Right Direction -a step into Comfort, Style, Good Wear and "Right" Pric:--when you step into our Footwear. DO come in and have a ...
BACCHUS MARSH DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 21 August 1915
BACCHUS MARSH DEBATING SOCIETY. Next meeting will be held on Monday (instead of usual Tuesday) 23rd inst., when the syllabus item will be Municipal Election. The following candidates have been nominated, who will put their views to the meeting, and a vote taken to choose one for each Rid ing:--Bacchus Marsh Riding, Geo. Cookson and W.. F. Woodward; Par wan Riding, F. J. Slack and C. A. Robin; Coimadai Riding, P. A. McFarla.ne and J. D. Cameron; Pentland Hills Riding, J. A. Johns and C. E. Hosken.
MADDINGLEY PARK APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 21 August 1915
MADDINGLEY PARK APPEAL. The Trustees of the Park beg to acknowledge, with thanks, the re ceipt of the following donations: Mrs. G. Dickie, W. E. Ramsey, 10/ each. E. Moss, M. Butterfield, J. A. Connor, C. E. Powell, F. G. Hiscock, Miss Campbell, 5/ each; F. Bowden, Mrs. E. Shea, 2/6 each; Mrs. "Thos. Bourke, 2/; W. R. Ross, 1/.
BACCHUS MARSH RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 21 August 1915
BACOHUS MARSH RACING CLUB. The' annual meeting of members was held in the Mechanics' Insti tute on Thursday. Mr. W. P. Rob :ertson (President) in 'the chair. . The balance sheet -for the year showed a deficit of £3/15/9, but the Club had voted £31/6/ to patriotic 'funds; and there is £482/2/11 on fixed deposit. The following officers' were elected for the ensuing year :-President, Mr. W. P. Robertson; Vice-Presidents, Cr. J. Watson, J.P., Messrs. E. J. Ford and F. R. Manning; Treasurer, Mr. C. E. Powell; Secretary, Mr. F. H. Crook; Hon. Surgeons, Drs. T. B. Ryan and W. B. Ryan; Auditors, accountants at the two,banks ; Com i:mittee, Messrs. R. S. 'Boyd, R. H. Dugdale, E. B. Manning, W. Grant Morton, F. T. Jones, C. Dickie, G. Vallence, J. S. Lyle, M. Cosgrove, G. A. Britnell, Geo. Muir. Thursday, 'Oct. 14th has been al lotted by the V.R.C. for the Spring meeting of the club; and Thursday, April 27th, is to be applied for the Autumn meeting. A letter from the Secretary of the lodal Re...
THE EMPIRE'S CALL. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 21 August 1915
THE EMPIRE'S CALL. The following have responded from Bacchus Marsh and district: W. Allan. Win. Btennan, Jas. Bushby, Isaac Brunt, Raymond Boyd, Patrick Barry. Frank Crook, Webb Crook, Chas. Crook (one family), Winm. Clark, J. R. Calderwood, W. G. Chippindall, Richard Croton, Jas. Cosgrove, W. Cook, Henry. Hodson Campbell, Walter Crouch. Norman David Davidson, Alex. Durward. Charles Edwards, Reginald Evans, W. Edgerton, Roy Edwards. Alf. Farrow (wounded), Alf. Fair bank. Arthur Gladman, R. T. Grant. Arthur Hine (killed), Thomas Hawkins. James Kennelly. Henry Lay, Chas. Lyle, Hugh Lockwood. Peter Leitch. Alex. Murdoch (killed), William Morton, Geo. Moore, David Roy Moore, Jas. H. Moore, Chas. Arthur Moore (one family), Edward Marsh, Thos. Manly, Ken. Moore. Win. McKenzie, Jas. McGregor, Jno. McPherson. Dr. F. L. Nance. Thos. O'Leary (killed), James O'Leary, Harry Oliver, Thomas Oliver. W: Platt, Frank Pigott, Thomas Phillips, Ted. Phillips, Hugh Price, Ivan Russell, Fred. Russell, E....
ROYAL PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 21 August 1915
ROYAL PICTURES. A new serial picture will com mence- this evening, entitled "Trey 'o Hearts." It has many interesting features, worth seeing. Mr. J. B. Zander, proprietor of the Kentucky Stud Farm, Bundoora, Melbourne, has donated the well known trotting stallion, Prince Mau rice, by Mauritius (imp.) son of Bingen, the great American trotting sire, dam Cariola (imp.), to the fund ,for the Australian Sick and Woun . ded. Prince Maurice is one of the best bred horses in Australia, .and it has been decided to dispose of him by Art Union, the tickets for which are £1. Mr. C. G. Meehan, Secretary of the Victorian Trotting Association, Salisbury Buildings, Bourke street, Melbourne, has charge of the distribution of the tickets, which may be obtained locally from Mr. E. J. Ford, Bacchus Marsh.
METROPOLITAN FARM WERRIBEE. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 21 August 1915
METROPOLITAN FARM WERRI BEE. / At the meeting of the Metropoli :tan Board on 3rd inst., the Farm Committee submitted the following statement, in regard to operations at the Metropolitan Farm, Werribee, during the quarter ended 30th June, 1915, and for the financial year closed on that date, viz.: No sheep were purchased during the quarter; the total purchases for the year were 26,322, at a cost of £14,707/19/8, in addition to which 436 lambs were taken into stock. 11,189 sheep were sold during the quarter; the total number sold for the year being 22,084, for £20,732 3/6. The total number of sheep on the Farm on 30th June, 1915, was 5,926. Deaths for the year, 1,071, including 681 died en route to Farm. Net profits from sheep for the year, £5,954. The number of cattle purchased during the quarter was 1,705; and for the year 3,553, at a cost of £14,043/9/6, in addition to which 604 calves were .taken into stock. 1,064 head of cattle were sold dur ing the quarter; the total sales for t...
A BROAD HINT. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 21 August 1915
A BROAD HINT. Familiarity with modern weapons has not bred contempt in the minds of a certain native tribe, as the fol lowing story will show. During the commission of a certain cruiser on the African coast a few years ago, the following incident oc. curred. which went far in impressing the natives concerned with a sense of the .might of the British navy. A hill tribe of Arabs had been con tinually molesting "friendlies" of the coast villages, so it was deemed ad visable to teach the troublesome hill men a lesson. After several skirmishes ashore, a number of influential chiefs of the marauding tribe fell into the hands of the bluejackets, and were taken on board the cruiser. What their expectations were re garding the fate awaiting them is not known, but, as is generally the case with such captives, they were treated with every consideration, the authori ties probably thinking to attain more Influence amongst the tribe by friend ly demonstration to its chief than by harsh methods. S...
HUSBANDS WHO NEVER SPEAK TO THEIR WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 21 August 1915
HUSeANDS WHO NEVER SPEAK TO THEIR WIVES. During a recent painful lawsuit it was stated that, owing to family dif ferences. a husband had not spoken to his wife for close upon fifteen years. This case is not unique, for the Rev. Fred Hastings, in his remin iscences, "Memories of a Million Miles," tells an extraordinary story of an old mail-car driver he met in Nova Scotia. The old man was known as "Old Tokins." who never spoke to his wife for seventeen years The tale on the road was this: One day he went home much earlier than usual, and, because his dinner was not ready, he began to upbraid his wife She answered him warmly, and he went out, saying, "I'll never speak to you again." He kept to his resolution. They lived together just the same, but he never spoke, writing his wants and wishes on a slate which always hung by the fireside. If he desired to have meat or any article of apparel, or had any news to tell her, he wrote it down and left it on the slate. There was a pathetic end...
Both Superstitious. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 21 August 1915
Both Superstitious. "For downright idiotic. supersti. tious, weak-minded, gullible credulity," growled Judkins, "recommend me to a woman! Gave away a pair of my trousers to an old pedlar to charm warts off the children's hands! Ma dam, are you aware that this Is the twentieth century and not the Mid* die Ages?" "It does seem a little silly," said Mrs. Judkins mildly; "but I've heard of such things being done. You know those trousers, John, were the pair you tore on the lawn-mower the other day and threw aside." "It's not the trousers, madam; it's the childish. imbecile, fatuous pueril ity of the thing. Besides, I left a hare s-foot in one of those pockets, madam, that I've been carrying for rheumatism the past three years." A sluggard takes a- hundred steps because he would not take one .in due time. It does not follow that a woman is a, clever artist oecause she knows how to paint. The chief characteristics of the poor are extraordinary patience and ezt' ordinary shyness,
Two Powerful Arguments. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 28 August 1915
Two Powerful Arguments. The mayor .of a mining town had been away on leave, and as he had outstayed it a vote of cena~iro was passed upon him. At the ,neyt meet ling of the council he, in hb. capacity of-mayor, directed the minutes of the previous meeting to be read, which :-contained the'following ephry:- "A vote of censure was passed on the mayor 'for outstaying his leave, and it was resolved to ask. for an ex pilanation." "Who proposed this votel of cen sure?" asked- the mayor. • '"'I did," said a -councillor, etanding up. "You did,- did you?" continued hi , interrogator, stepping from his presi dential chair to the unfortunate mem-: her; "then take .that." . With these words .the mayor smote his enemy in the right eye and felled him to the ground. "Who seconded this resolution?" he again -asked, quietly resuming his posi tion. SThere was no answer; the council* lors were not over-anxious for a phy, sical contest with so hard a hitter as the mayor. - I "Who seconded this resoluti...
INTHALA. A KAFFIR TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 28 August 1915
INTHALA. A KAFFIR TRAGEDY. A glorious African mool was rising. The veldt lay silvered beneath .its light, and the bush and trees seemed to glisten with frost. But it was not frost-the..air was humid with the heat of a long day just past. "It had oeen very hot, and in a low mud hut a Kaffir girl had lain panting. Now and Again she reached for the cala bash of cool, sweet water near her heap of rugs and skins. A little child lay by her side, a chub by, jolly gttle black baby. Sometimes it opene" its black eyes end stared with fixed gravity at the mother. Per haps in its little heathen heart it wondered why this big mother so pas sionately strained it to her breast, to the great discomfort ahd inconveni ence of the tendbr little body; and why that breast shook with great tear ing sobs, stifled and suppressed though they were. Poor little pic canin! Thy mother, the beauty of her tribe, has for ever disgraced her self in the eyes of her kinsmen, in giving birth to thee and thy twin sis t...
THE EMPIRE'S CALL. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 28 August 1915
THE EMPIRE'S CALL. .The following have responded from Bacchus Marsh and district: W. Allan. Win. Brennan, Jas. Bushby, Isaacse Brunt, Raymond Boyd, Patrick Barry. Frank Crook, Webb Crook, Chas. Crook (one family), Wmin. Clark, J. R. Calderwood, W. G. Chippindall, Richard Croton, Jas. Cosgrove, W. Cook, Henry Hodson Campbell, Walter Crouch. Norman David Davidson, Alex. Durward. Charles Edwards, Reginald Evans, W. Edgerton, Roy Edwards. All. Farrow (wounded), Alf. Fair bank. Arthur Gladman, R. T. Grant. Arthur Hine (killed), Thomas Hawkins, "Jack" Hammond. , James Kennelly. Henry Lay, Chas. Lyle, Hugh Lockwood, Peter Leitch. Alex. Murdoch (killed), William Morton, Geo. Moore, David Roy Moore, Jas. H. Moore, Chas. Arthur Moore .(one family), Edward Marsh, Thos. Manly, Ken. Moore. Wm.-McKenzie, Jas. McGregor, Jno. McPherso?. Dr. F.. L. Nance. Thos. O'Leary (killed), James O'Leary, Harry Oliver, Thomas Oliver. W. Platt, Frank Pigott, Thomas Phillips, Ted. Phillips, Hugh Price, Ivan Russe...