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SELECTED POETRY. ROBERT BURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 May 1867

SELECTED POETRY. ROBERT BURNS. THE following is the poem to which has been awarded the prize gold medal by the Newcastle and Tyneside Burns Club, on the occasion of the 108th anniversary of the birthday of the Scottish Bard. The author is Mr. James M'Kendrick, and the piece was read at the dinner of the club held in Newcastle: In a lowly thatch'd cot on the banks of the Doon, While fiercely the wild winds o' winter did blaw, The genius of song folded softly her wing, Seeking rest frae the blast and the fast-wreathing snaw. Was she led like the wise man of old by a star ? Or some heaven-sent soul who all obstacles spurns? Ah ! a mission she had from a bright land afar, To watch o'er and hallow the birth of a Burns. On bestowing her blessing her mantle she flung O'er the poor peasant boy who unconsciously smil'd, And 'midst soft light and music she vanish'd away, To enrol him immortal, her own darling child. ''Thro' sunshine and shade that bright mantle he wore, With a power and a gra...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, MAY 15. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M., and Dr. Rae, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 May 1867

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, MAY 15. (Before Charles Shutor, Esq., P.M., and Dr. Rae, J.P.) Patrick O'Hngan v. J. U, Pippet, Debt 12s. Od. Dismissed. Allen IHutchinson v. Mrs. M. J. James. Illogal detention of a bay filly. Ordered to be restored on payment of 17s. Gd. and to pay costs, £1 Os; or, in default of rostitution, MGi and costs. Mr. (loll for plaintiff, Mr. Musgravo for defendant. John Shea v. Matthew Finnin. Refusing to pay £9.10s. for trespass of pigs. Case dismissed,   with 10s. costs to defendant, Mr. Musgravo for complainant, Mr. Gell for defendant. James Coram v. David Dyer. Appropriating to his own use a valuable security committed to his charge. Postponed till 22nd May, at defendant's request. Mr. Gell for complainant. Jeremiah Ryan v James Mahonoy. Obstructing a Returning Officer whilst performing his duty. Mr. Goll for plaintiff, Mr. Musgrave for defend-   ant. It appeared that Mr. Ryan was acting as Rteturning Ofic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 May 1867

BONE MANURE. TURNBULL & DUGDALE, PENTLAND HILLS, BEG to announce that they are about erecting machinery which will enable them to supply Bone Manure, of unsurpassed quality, at Mel bourne prices, thus saving the cost of carriage to the purchaser. Orders can be executed on the shortost notice and this valuable manure delivered whore desired. Extract from " Stephen's Book of the Farm," pago 83.-" Bone-dust has now completely estab lished itself as a valuable manure ; and I believe that, with the excoption 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 fertiliser of the soil, not even excepting guano. One of its most valuable pro poerties as a manuro is its durability; and in this respect it is superior to farm dung and guano." Adjacent to Blackwood Flour Mills, Pontland Hills, March, 1867. BONES WANTED. rUURNBULL & DUGDALE, having made L: arrangeinonts for supplying Bone Manuro, wil...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 May 1867

IMPOUNDINIG, BACCIIUS MARSII.-Impounded 16th May, by F. Keily. Trespass Gd, Grey mare, I near neck, It over W11 near shoulder, JP off shoulder, C off nook. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold 9th June. On 22nd May, by F. Kioly. Trespass 6d. Chesnut horse,blaze, Al near shoulder, short tail, lame. On 23rd May, by same. White and red cow, off horn broken, SC near thigh; white steer, progeny of above, rope and chain on nook, with log attached, On 24th May, by samo, Red and white steer, RK near rump. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold 20th June, BALLAN.-Impounded at the Shire Pound, 13th May, by J. B. Hailet, Esq. Trespass Gd. Roan heifer, circle with perpendicular line in centre near rump, like R near shoulder; red and white heifer, JMK near ribs; white heifer, red on neck and cheeks, same brand; roan-sided heifer, same brand. On 13th May, by R. H. Hadley, Trespass d,. Light brindle bullock, near ear marked, boll on, AlH conjoined near rump; bay horse, star, saddle m...

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GISBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 May 1867

GISBORNE, (FRno OUR C0fRRESPoNDENT.) A MLETING Of farmers was held at the T'1c graph Hotel, Gisborne, on Friday, 17th May, H. Hussoy, Esq,, Chairman, The minutes of the last meetingo having been read, it Was definitely fixed that the proposed Champion Ploughing Match should come off on Friday, the E1st of June. Un the motion of M1r. David Junor, seconded by MJr. John Dewar, the following very liberal scalo of prizes were adopted-viz., Class A, open to all comers; the first three to be £~0, £15, and £10 respectively ; fourth, winkers, valueo £2 10s. (the gift of Mr. Gartshoro); the fifth, to save entry money. Class D, for men who have never won an advertised prize, and boys under eighteen; the prizes to be £5, £4, £3, £9, and £1. Entry nmoney-A, £1; B, 5s. The rules of last ploughing' match were adopted. Messrs. C. Cameron, Thomas Watson, and G. L. Woodworth, were ap pointed to select suitable ground. The following' stewards were appointed-Messrs. T. F. Hamilton, H. Hussey, G. L, Woo...

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THE GHOST OF C— HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 May 1867

TI I GIIOST OF --- 'hA.,L. DY MARY PULLIJiYN?. [The following story is slightly abridged from Once aWeok, where it is described as "por poetly trno, and the facts, as simply related, hap. poeneod not many years ago at the residenco of one of the oldest IlomanCatholic families in England,"] MounJ, than twenty years nao, I, when a girl of eighteen summers, was invited to spond a conupl of months, during the shooting sonson in Lincolnshiro. My cousin and dear friend Alice had not lon' been married to the young' squire of C - Hull; and the nowly wedded pair had invited a number of their Itlends and relatives to enjoy the pleasures of a country life with them, and to help to keep up the ancient hospitality for which the liunily of Clairhault wore so renowned, 'The house, an old baronial mansion, was situated in one of the most beautiful parts of Lincolnshire, where through wood and wold and fun the lands swept over hill and doll down to the borders of' the sea, * * * * * C- IIll stood in...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 May 1867

SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1867. ACCORDING to Mr. G. P. SMITH's idea of the duties of a Member of Parliamont, it is nothing less than a crime for a representative to be seen. about any of the Government offices. No matter what inconvenience it may be .to a constituent, living perhaps a couple of hundred miles from the seat of Government, if he wishes to prefer either a complaint or request, he must put himself to the trouble and expense of a long journey to do so, with ten chances to one that he is not able to find the proper authority; and yet, forsooth, a Member of Parliament, who may have an opportunity every day of putting the matter right, is, according to Mr, SMfIT's ideas, not to be allowed to oblige any of his constituents to even the smallest extent. The idea is so excessively absurd, that we are astonished it should ever have emanated from the brain of any one, more especially from one whom we were inclined to look up to as a man of considerable talent and Parlia mentary ability. I...

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BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 May 1867

BACOHUS MARSH AND MADDING LEY ROAD BOARD, MONDAY, MAY 20. ORDINAnRY fortnightly meeting. Present .Mr. G. G. Paterson, Chairman; Messrs. J. ' Tyson, W. Grant, and G. Grant. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. R. Grant and Sons, complaining of two dangerous gravel pits having been formod on their land, and requesting that such pits be fenced in. Roads and Bridges Office, in reference to retnrns for main road expenditure from toll ifun`l,. Roads and Bridges Office, relative to Yl[annger of Djerriwarrh "Toll, stating that the Molton Bonrdl had boon written to twice on the ?natter, and no answer had been receivedt. M. L. King, Esq., Mi;L.A., J. C. Riddell, Esq., MI.LA., and A. Morrah, Esq. in reference to reservation of land, stating that the wishes of the Road Board had been attended to. H. Meikle asked for an extension of time in executing his contract, owing to hardness of excavation and difliculty of procunring men. Mr. J. E. Crook complained ...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 May 1867

NEWS 0 F THE WEEK. We understand that the schools referred to by Mr. Young at Pyreete on Wednesday evening, as being about to be established in this district, are one at Parwan and one at the extreme end of the Marsh. Some time ago the Government offered to pay the salary of a teachor of a school for Parwan, and to reserve two acres of land for school purposes, but owing to the apathy of the residents there, who- neglected to fill up the necessary documents at that time required by the Government, their children have. still either to come to the Marsh School, or, as in most cases, receive little or no teaching at home. It is expected that an effort will shortly be made to establish a school in Parwan, by Mr. Boyle, who has taken Mr.Whiteman's house, and it is announced in the Goveronmnt GaCelte of Tuesday that an inspector will shortly visit Djorriwarrh, or Deep Creek, for the purpose of reporting upon an application which has been made for aid to a new school there. The Presbyteria...

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PYREETE COMMON SCHOOL ANNUAL SOIREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 May 1867

PYREE1Z't TE COMMLON SCHIOOL ANNUAL SOIREE. TlEm very p'retty locality of the above school was enlivened on Wednesday evening last in an unusual manner. :Thio schoolroom was brilliantly lit up and tastefully decorated with boughs, leaves, and flowers. The tables were Well sot off with cakes, buns, and other more wholesome viands, togtether witlh an immense array of cups and saucers, for the )urposo of containing that fluid which "!cheers but not inebriates." Outside the School there weoro numerous largo fires, and a very numerous body of visitors, anxious to destroy the symmctry of the preparations whlich they could see being made to decorate, the " festive board," After several trying moments 1br all concerned, the Committeo being Ilurried with their teapots; and the visitors with their endeavours to secure a seat at a table, the whole room was cramuned, and the old process of eating and drinking commenced with all speed, for it was known that many anxious fiancs were peering in at...

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SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 22ND MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 May 1867

SHIRE COUNCIL. TWEDNI'SDAY, 22ND MAY. PresxENT-Coencillor Duncan, in the chair; Coun. cillors Mair's, Osborne, Atkinson, Blake, Graham, and Millyard.. CORRESPONDENCE. Secretary for Mines, relative to rent of Reser. voir, in arrear. Mr. Carstairs, relative to land granted for Church purposes at Morrison's. Assistant Commissibner of Roads and Bridges forwarding vouchers, forms, and circulars, relative to Main Road Toll Fund; also, relative to pro. posed road through Mr. Colwell's property. Mr. Wightman, relative to road between Barry's Roof and Davis' Gully. Mr. M'Intyre, relative to his progress paymnont. Town Clerk, Daylesford, ro lative to Circuit Courts. Mr. Ocock, relative to Myrniong Bridge Contract. Mr. Miller, relative to having obtained judgment against the Council through B. M'Kornon. Tenders for works adjoin. ing the Buninyong boundary. Ditto, on now road at Greundalo. When the Secretary had finished the reading of the correspondence, Mr. Miller, solicitor, addressed the Ch...

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GISBORNE. TUESDAY, 21ST MAY.' (Before J. C. Thompson, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 May 1867

GISBORNE. TUESDAY, 21ST MAY.' (Beforo J. C. Thompson, Esq., P.M.) Police v. Patrick Iloundtroo.-'The defendant was charged with selling spirits without ia licoise. Fined £5, and Ils. costs. In default of paynment, distress; in default of sufficient distross, fourteen days' imprisonment. John Cooper and William King wore charged with shooting on Sunday. Fined 40s, and Ga. costs. Crown Land Bailiff'v. John Murray.-Service of summons doomed insufllciont, Case postponed for the issue of n fresh summons.

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BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 May 1867

BALjLAN, (IFROXOUR OWN CORIES1'ONDENT.) TimF discussion on the subject of "paymenot of members" came off on Wednesday evening last, in the Mechanics' Institute. Messrs. Osborno and Holyoake were the debaters. The Institute was well attonded, and W. Duncau Esq., J.P., was in the chair. I cannot send you this week a full report, but will furnish one nexa week, as much that was said both for and against payment of members, may be of interest to your readers. At the close of the disoession a debating class was formed, minny persons giving in their names as members.

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POPULAR READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 May 1867

POPULAlt READINGS. T'I'n first of a proposed series of readings on behalf of the Meoohanic' Institute, Bnachus Marsh, was given in the hall of the Institute on Tuesdiay evening last. The attendance was excoodingly good, and would have boon larger had the weather not boon exceedingly cold and showery, The President of theo Institute (Mr. W. W1atson), presided, and observed that thoso Readings were initiated with the odouble objeoot of benefiting the In stituto and developing whatever talent of an elocu tionary or vocal character there might be amongst us. Beosides affording enjoyment, he thought that those entertainments would provide funds for roefidring the building in which they were assembled more useful to the inhabitants for tlhe nany purposeso for which they wore constantly requin'g to use it. It should be fenced in, and also required renovating. The present readings had boon hastily prepared, but many friends had promised their services for future evenings; and doubtless, upo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 May 1867

TIHE NATIONAL BANK OF f, t AUSTRALASIA. BACOHUS MARSH BRANCH. P AID-UP.CAPITAL . . £ 40, 000 RESERVE FUND . . . £130,000 (CURRENT RATES of INTEREST ' ALLOWED On Monies deposited for fixed periods. JOHN OQNYNGHAM M'CAUSLAND, Managor. 42id Section Amending Land Act. PPLICANTS for land under the provisions of the above Section, in the Blackwood and Bacchus Matrsh Divisions, are hereby roequested to forward their applications to me, at my Ofiloo in Kyneton, or at my Survey Camp, as early as possible. Mr. D. IHARBORD, Bacchus Marsh, is autho. rised to receive applications for ime. STUART MURRAY, Contract Surveyor. IKynoton, April 12, 1807. Winter Goods., "UST ARRIVED, a largo and pleasing varlety J of Now Coatings, Trowserings, &o,, in all the most fashionable and substantial materials and colourings. Samples forwarded on application. All Goods shrunk. Charges striotly moderato, G. G. PATERSON, MERCHANT TAILOR, Bacchus Marsh. The Largest & best-selected Stock of Soft Good...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 May 1867

GErNTLEME]N'S SPRIING AND SUMMER CLOTHING. OUR purchases in the H0omo and Continental Markets are now to hand, and to which we Invite spooeial attention. The Newest Styles of Coatings In West of England Elastics, Ribbs and Moltons, Bliss, of Chipping Norton, colebrated Twoeeods, For Riding Trousers and Pants, now mixtures. All the different makes of West of England and Scotch Trouseoiings. Fancy French Caslunoro and Quilting Vostings. Suporior Waterproof Tweod 'Ovoreoatings. Russell Cords, Alpacas, China Silk, And Other Light Materials for Sununor Wear. ALL GOODS THIIOROUGIILY SIIRlJNK Before being made up. Patterns and Instructions for Self-Measurement sont free by post, on application. AALargo and Fashionable STOCK OF READY-MADE CLOTHING. OUTFITS TO ENGLAND And all parts of the World, on the Shortest Notico. Moderateo Charges, First-class Cutters and Workmen employed on the promisos. 0OOKSON AND BROWN, SUCCESSORS TO G. AND J. ESPIE. WHITE DRESS SIIIRTS. The attention of gentlemen ...

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MARKETS. BORDER FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 May 1867

MARKET8. BORDER FLOUR MILLS. Mr. James.Young reports: -Flour, ll to .12; whoat, 4s. to 4s, Sd. per bushel; bran, is. 2d, per bushol; pollard, ls. 2d. to is, 6d. MELB3OURINE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, M. M'CAw AND ANorlERn , Produce Brokers, Royal -Horse 1azaar, Melbourne, roport prices realisod for the week ending '22nd May, 1867, as follows :-Wheat, from 4s. Gd, to 4s, 3d. per bushel; Capo barley, 3s, Id. to Os. 2ad.; feeood oats, advancing, and supply limited, 3s. to 3s. 3d.; seed oats, 3s. 3d. to 3s. 6d,; tares, 10s, to 11s.; white peas, 4s. to 4s. 6d.; beans, Is. ,d. to s,.; poerennial grass seed, Gs. to 8s.; prairio grass seed, Os, 3d. to 84.; bran (bags in), Is. hd. per bushel; pollard, is. id,; presssd hay, .£ 10:s. per ton; bacon, 8d. to is, per lb.; hams, 1s, Old.; choose, 7d. to OJLd.; potted butter, 11ld, to is, 2d,; fresh butter, s. 3d,. to l. 4d.; lard, 8d. to 9d.; eggs, is. 1Od. to 2s, per dozen. M~ ssas. DALMAIIoY CArMPhLL, report, May 22 Fat Cattle: Of those sold, one-half ...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. FRIDAY, 17TH MAY. (Before Dr. Rae, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 May 1867

COURTS ,OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCIIUS MARSH. FRIDAY, 17Thi MAY. (Before Dr. Rao, JP.) James Graham was fined 10s, for being drunk and disorderly.. Martin Ioagnoy was flined Gs. for the same offence. MONDAY, 20OT MAY. (Bofore James Young, Esq., J.P.) Michael Keating was chargod with using obscene languago in a public place, and resisting Senior. constablo Kiernan, Ito was fined 10c. for each offelnce, or, in default, fourteen days' imprisonment with hard labour. Thomas Harpor was discharged with a caution for beoilng drunk and dlisordorly. WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M., and James Young, Esq., J.P.) BREACH OF TRUST.   James Coram, farmer, v. David Dyer, solicitor. The defendant was charged with converting to his own use a valuable security. He conducted his own case.   Mr. Gell, for the plaintiff, said that he should be glad to find the defendant exculpate himself from the charge, for the honour of the profession. He thought that if he c...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 May 1867

BIRTH. ROBINSON.-On the 18th inst., at Pyreete, the wife of Mr. W. Robinson, junior, of a son.

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SELECTED POETRY. THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 May 1867

SELECTED POETRY. THE EDITOR. The editor, of all mankind alive, Is bound to know how many beans make five; Nought should escape his penetrating eye, From snows that on the Himalaya lie,   Down to the sparkling dewdrops that adorn The fragrant roses at the dawn of morn: Birds of the air, and fishes of the sea, Should all be known to him who breathes the mystic " we." Toilsome, indeed, is his laborious task, To give whate'er his correspondents ask Whether receipts to brew narcotic drinks, Or bring to light the riddle of the sphinx; A stimulus to make the whiskers grow Or, worse than all, to let "a reader" know If Jones is living at the present date, Who sailed for Botany Bay in 1848. His vast unbounded learning should embrace The varied annals of the human race, All downward from the Bible's sacred leaves To Ali Babi and the forty thieves. Each hero, famed in story, he should know, From David down to Robinson Crusoe ; All publications should his mind employ That have appea...

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