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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 June 1867

[canD.] JAMES PARTRIDGE, PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANT, B ALLAN. Accounts Audited. Balance Shoots propared, &o. MR. MILLER, SOLICITOR, BALLAN, W ILL attend Bacchus Marsh Police Court 7 oh every alternato Wednesday, commencing M7th March. Communications loft with Mr. CAnUTON will be attended to. [oAnD.] JAMES BALFOUR, TAILOR, CLOTHIER, & HABIT MAKER, AITKEN STREET, GIS]ORNE. BACOHUS MARSH HOTEL. THOMAS CAIRLTON I)EGS to inform his friends that he has opened . the above IIotol, and hopes by stri?b atton. tion to the comfort of his visitors to securo a fair share of patronage. T. C. also bogs to remind his frieonds that his Stock is of the choicest deser:ption, being the very bestprocurable in the colonial nmrket. [oCAD.J DR. BONE, M.D., M.R.O.S.E., L.S.AL, U.U.L., &c., Can be consulted at his residence, 1'ARKSIDE COTTAGE, ST''AMFORD HILL, BAconus MARsu. MISS MEIKLE, PENTLAND HILLS, MILLINER & STRAW IIAT MAKER. Miss M. will always beo in possession of the late...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE JAPANESE JUGGLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 June 1867

THE JAI'ANEIE JUaioLmEs,-The performers are oloven in number, viz., six moen, two womnon, and three children and the impression produced by their first appearance, as seated side by side, in front of the platform, they made their national obeisance by bonding forward till the head nearly touhlos the ground, wa a strange one, The typo of face is one with which we have hlthorto had little opportunity of becoming acquainted; the features have nothing in common with our nation's beauty, except that the eye is bright and quick, and the smile agrceableo yet they are intelligent, whilst the bearing of everyone, though they diffr in manner, is remarkably self-possessed, The dresses are in the gorgeous and gay stylo, with which illustrated books of travel have made us familiar. Theore Is nothing oxoecutive in their performances, whlaich consist of a series of soparate tricks, accompanied by music, which certainly would afford an additional horror to the annoy. ances experienced by IHogarth's...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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A GOOD WAY FOR PICKLING MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 June 1867

A. Goon wAY raOn PILICKTN i MEAT.--In answcr to a query as to how he succeeded in having such excellont beef in his cask, a corurespondent wr'ites :--" The time for salt. ing down is now coming quickly; in fact, soime of my neighbours are making prepara. tions. illy method of salting, whieh I am glad to know you like so well, is simple enough. !To make the pickle we fill a pot holding about five gallons with water; and to this add 3 lbs. of salt; 8 lbs. of sugar, and two. ounces of salt-potro. This mixturo is well boiled, care being taken to remove all dirt rising to the surfaceo as the boiling goes on, It is thouen put in a tub to cool, In the meantime the beast has been killed-either beef, mutton, or pork, for this mixture will curo either, and being laid on a board, all the objectionable pieces are cut out. We rub it over first with about half an ounce of salt petro to the 100 lbs. We let it stand for an hour or so, and then rub salt into it, as much as it will carry; say about t...

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AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 June 1867

AGRICULTURAL. W', take the following article from the aooonomist of last week. As we believe it to be written by the Secretary of theo P. P. Farmers' Society, no doubt our renders will get some useful hints from it :- WmVr?'Ar.-''Tho late rains will have enabled many of the farmors to be well on with the sowing, and those paddocks which already show braird would receive bonefit from it good rolling. Wheat loves a firm seed-bod, and rolling in dry weather, if the clods are not too stiff and hard, improves the plant very much ; those in the late districts, or who are behlnd in tholr work, ought to lose no time now in sowing. The " Whito Tuscan" and the "Purple Straw" have proved them solves frequent prize-takers, and good grain for both farmers and millers. .Dress the seed well with a solution of bluestone, say four ounces per bushel; skim oil' all small grains and foreign iatter, in shape of seeds of weeds, &e. Soak twelve hours before you sow, (INsstRs.-'rllThose who had the...

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BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 June 1867

iALLARAT MARKET. Massus. l'pnuuN AND LEO.mNAD roporb:- The stool: yarded woro 551 cattle, 30 calves, 0480 sheep. Fat Cattle: The supply to hand on ordinary occasions would have been little over requirements, but as country buyers had supplied themselves largely previous wooee, nmny were absent this; prices, in consequence, ruling about .£1 a head lower, or say for best beef 25s. per hundred pounds; good and modium, 22s. Gd. Quotations: Prime bullocks, £9 to £12 2s, Gd,; good ditto, £0 to £8; inferior ditto, £4: to £5 10s, Fat Calvea: Sold well. Best mIdo 5Gs.; others, fromi 40s, to 60s. Pat Sheep: Supply was a full ono, with quality for most part of a medium class. Prices were not firm, best realising much about same as previous week (woight considered); umediun and inferior, a trifll down. Our sales included 357 wethoers, Mair's, at 12s. d. We quote best wothors, say 55 lbs., at from lie, to 15s. Store Sheep: Largo-framed fattening wothers continue in fair domaud. Lamubinb5 owes ar...

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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 June 1867

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. Comam tm1noArious should be forwarded as early in the week as possible, and should be addressed to the Editor, Express Office, Bacchus Marsh, Contributors are requested to write upon one side only of the paper.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 June 1867

IMPOUNDINGB, BACCHUS MARSH.-Impounded 16th May, by F. Keily. Trespass Gd. Grey mare, R near neck, R over WII near shoulder, JP off shoulder, C off nook. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold 9th June. On 22nd May, by F. Kiely. Trespass 6d. Chesnut horse, blazo, A near shoulder, short tail, lame. On 23rd May, by samoe, White and red cow, off horn broken, SC near thigh; white steer, progeny of above, rope and chain on nooeck, with log attached, On 24th May, by same, Red and white steer, RK near rump. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold 26th June. William Anderson, Poundkeeper. BALLAN.-Impounded at the Shire Pound, 13th May, by J. B. Hallet, Esq. Trespass (Id. 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 ,T I. Htadley. Trespass Gd. Light brindle bullock, near ear marked, bell on, All conjoined ne...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 June 1867

SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1867. " PROPERTY has its duties as well as its rights," is what is called a truism, and yet something new can be said as to what those duties are in the district of Bacchus Marsh, We shall confine our remarks to the matter of the ownership of cattle, including within that category all quadrupeds liable to become the prey of the Poundkeeper or the Road Ranger. This latter functionary has occu pied a somewhat prominent place in men's thoughts lately. He is the most unpopular "officer" of our Road Board, and this from no fault of his own, but simply because he has an unpleasant duty to perform, anld, to slightly alter a well-known quotation, "does it, not too wisely, but too well," It is his duty, by order of the Road Board, to seize and convoy to the Pound any description of animal upon four legs which may be found in the least degree untended upon roads in the township within a certain area. The consequence is that loud and deep complaints are made by the owners of ...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. TUESDAY, MAY 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 June 1867

PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA, TUESDAY, M~AY 21. In the Legislative Council-The Customs Duties Bill was passed with a few amendments, and also the heon. Mr. Sladen's motion that in future the practice of the two Houses of the Imperial Parlia. ment should be followed in regard to money bills, the hon. Mr. Follows remarking that he ap )rohended the meaning of this would be that Bills containing duties and nothing else would be sent to them, and if so, no difficulty would arise. In the Legislative Assembly-Several petitions from Roman Catholic bodies were presented against the Education Bill, and some from VWesleyans and teachers in favour of it. The hen. Mir. Francis moved a precisely similar resolution to that moved by the houn. Mr. Sladen in the Council. After a party conflict it was carried, but not without the evening being wasted by the Opposition in repeatedly moving the adjournment of the House. WEDNESDAY, MAY 22. In the Legislative Council--The President said that the House had done ...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 June 1867

NEWS OF THE WEEK. A correspondent has boon moved by the state of the footpaths in the township, to shako off a little of the apathy universally felt in the district in 'regard to local matters, and has asked us to give publicity to his complaint that pedestrianism is a very dirty exercise just now. To say that his grievance is a well-founded one, is quito unneces sary to those of our readers resident in Bacchus Marsh, but we may assure those living outside it, that possibly no township the head quarters of a Road Board, is in such an uncomfortably muddy state as this "lovoly valley," where, of course, dirt is matter very much out of place. However,, a change must speedily be brought about, the thin end of the wedge having been inserted by getting the Board to order the formation of Church-street, and when that work is finished, the result (it is to be hoped) will be so satisfactory that ratepayers generally will scarcely need to agitate for the extension of the good work to the main...

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PAYMENT OF MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 June 1867

PAYMENT OF MEMBERS OF PAR. LIAMENT. TIm discussion between John Osborne, Esq., of Emloy Park, and Mr. H. T . IIG. Holyoako, of Ballan, on the above subject, took place on Wed nesday evening, the 22nd ult., in the Ballan Mechanics' Institute. W. Duncan, Esq., J.P., took the chair. The audience was large, and throughout the debate, which lasted upwards of three hours, a lively interest was evinced. The CIIrAImn?IN, in opening the proceedings, said that they had assembled for the purpose of listening to a discussion upon what he considered to be a very important subject--namoly, " Would, or would not, the payment of Members of Parlia mont lead to political corruption in the adminis tration of tho public business of the colony." lIe doubted not but the question would, before long, occupy the attention of Parliament and the country. Without further comment, he would call upon Mr. Holyoake to open the discussion. (Applause.) Mr. IIOLYOAxIE, in coming forward said: Mr. Chairman, and Gontle...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. FRIDAY, 24TH MAY. (Before James Young, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 June 1867

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. FRIDAY, 24TH MAY. (Before James Young, Esq., J.P.) DRUNK AND DIsoRDEnLY.-Martin Conwsy, drunk and disorderly, was fined 5s. William Maher, alias Jennings, same offence, third conviction, fined 10s. TVEDNESDAY, MAY 20. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M,) Road Board v. T. B. Derham.-Rates, £1 10?. Verdict for amount, with £2 10s. costs. There will be no Court on Wednesday noext,

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ARSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 June 1867

ARSON. AN inquest was hold on Thursday, 23rd ult., at the farm of Mr. Wilson, Cabbage Tree, before Dr. Goery, Coroner, on the fire which occurred thore on Wednesday, the 15th tilt. A young man named William Conner was brought up in custody of the policeo on suspicion of being the incendiary. Mr, Booker appeared to watch the case on behalf of the prisonor. Mr. Henry Wilson, examined by Serjeant Hall, deposed-I remember the night of the 15th ult. Reotired to bed about 7 o'clock. I was aroused about half past 10 by my wife calling my attention to the reflection of a light or fire through my bedroom window; got up and discovered three stacks of straw and one of hay to be on fire; when I first discovered the fire the sides of the stacks next the house were burning; the stacks wore from throo to five yards apart. The following day I accompanied Mounted Constable Gleoson to the ploughed ground, about 4 chains 43 feet from the yard, and there discovered foot prints leading in the direction ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 June 1867

TIHE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. BACOHUS MARSH BRANCH. PAID.UP CAPITAL . . £540,000 IZESERVE FUND . . £ 180,00o0 CURRENT RATES of INTEREST ALLOWED On Monies deposited for fixed periods. JOHN CONYNGHAM M'OAUSLAND, Manager. 42nd Beotion Amending Land Aot. APPLICANTS for Land' under the provisions of .1 the abovo Suotion, in the Jlackwood and ' abohusnt Marsh Divisions, are hereby roquo?lted to forward their applications to me, at my Office in Kynoton, or at my Survey' Camp, as early as possible. Mr.. D. IIAlRBORD, Bacchus Marsh, is autho. risod to receive applications for mo., STUART MURRAY, Contract Surveyor. Kynotbn, April 12, 1807. Winter Goods, JUST ARRIVED, a largo and ploasing variety of Now Coatings, Trowsorings, &o,, in all the most fashionable and substantial materials and colourings. Samples forwarded on application. All Goods shrunk. Charges striotly moderate. G, G. PATERSON, MERCHANT TAILOR, Bacchus Marsh, The Largest & best-selected Stock of Soft Goods i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 June 1867

GENTLEMEN'S SPRING AND SUMnMER CLOTHING., OUU purchaseoes in the Home and Continental Markots are now to hand, and to which we invite speoial attention. The Newest Styles of Coatings In West of England Elastics, Ribbs and Meoltns, Bliss, of Chipping Norton, celebrated Twooeds, For Riding Trousers and Pants, now mixturos. All the different makes of West of England and Scotch Trousorings. Fancy French Cashmere and Quilting Yostings. Superior Waterproof Tweed Ovorcoatings. Russell Cords, Alpacas, China Silk, And Other Light Materials for Summer Wear. ALL GOODS THOROUGHLY 8IIRUNK Before being made up. Patterns and Instructions for Self-MeIoastuomnt sent free by post, on application. A Large and Fashionable STOCK OF READY-MADE CLOTHING. OUTFITS TO ENGLAND And all parts of the World, on the Shortoest Notioo. Moderate Charges. First-olass Cutters and Workmen umployed on the promisoes COOKSON AND BROWN, Bsucassons To G, AND J, ESPIE, WHITE DRESS SHIRTS, The attention of gentlemen requiring ...

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MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 June 1867

MELBOIURNE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 20. M. M'CAAw AND ANOTIIEU, Produce Brokers, Royal Horse Bazaar, Meolbourne, report prices realisod for the week ending 20th May, 1867, as follows :-Milling wheat, from 4s. Gd. to 4s. 8d. per bushel; seed wheat, Os. to 6s. Gd.; Cape barley, 2s. 10,d. to Os.; feed oats, small supply, 8s. to 3s. 2d.; seed oats, Os. 3d. to 3s. Gd,; black tares, es. 2d. to 8s.; white peas, 38. Od, to 4s.; grey peas, 4s. Od. to Gas.; beans, 4s, Od. to Gs.; perennial grass seed, 6s. Gd. to 7s.; prairie grass seed, Os. to 8s.; bacon, Gd, to 10d. per lb.; cheose, 6d. to 10vd.; potted butter, Bid, to is. 84d.; fresh butter, is. Id. to Is. 8d.; lard, 8d. to Od,; oggs, is. 7d. to ls. lid, per dozen. MESSRS.DAL?InIOY CAPDIELL, report, May 290 Fat Cattle: A very large supply came to hand viz., 1600 head. The whole of these were from the north, and consisted of only second to inferior quality, consequently the quotations, as under, are no criterion for the price of good beef, there not ...

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MARKETS. BORDER FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 June 1867

MARKETS. BORDER FLOUR MILLS. Mr, James Young reports :-Flour, ?ll to ?12; wheat, 4s. to 4s, 8d, per bushel; bran, Is. 2d. per bushel; pollard, Is. 2d, to Is. ad.

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GISBORNE. UNITED DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 June 1867

GISBORNE, (FnoM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) UNITED DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. TIm. Board met on Monday, May 27th. Present -- Messrs. Robertson (Chairman), IIussoy, Junor, and Wilson. Correspondence received fi'om--T. L. Harris, statement of' accounts of' Gap Toll. Town Clerk, Daylesford, about Circuit Courts. Henry Walker, Blackwood, about deputation to Melbourne. J. T. Smith, MI.L.A., about introducing deputation. I. Lethbritlgo, about boundary between Gisborne and Melton dis tricts. Moved by Mr. Ilussey, seconded by Mr. Wilson--'' That a deputation be appointed from this Board to wait, jointly with the deputation from the inhabitants of Black wood, on Tuesday, 4th June, on the Govern moent, to obtain the proclamation of a main road fi'om Gisborno to Blackwood." Carried. Messrs. Robertson, Hussey, and Junor, wore appointed a deputation. -11'i Chairman and Engineer having made a report of their inspection and valuation of the work done by the Nowham, Woodend, and Rochford Board in this district, ...

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POPULAR READINGS FOR BALLAN. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 June 1867

POPULAR READINGS FOR B3ALLAN. To the l'ditor of the Exprel'ss. SilR,--ly your last week's paper I see that a series of Readings, in aid of the funds of the Bacchus MIarsh Mechanics' Institute, have been very successfihlly commenced, and are intended to be renowed on the 11th Juno, Now, Sir, why should Dallanitos not be stirred into action by this bringing of the "Ponny Readings" movement to our very doors. We have a Mechanics' Institute as munch in need of fihnds as the Marsh one ; we elvo as much talent, I doubt not, as would allbrd an evening's amusement similar to that given at the Marsh on the 21st instant; and surely, we only need to " make an efobrt," as Mrs. Chick says, in order to successfilly initiato the " ]ilan 'Pop)ular Readings." 'T'he preliminmry steps should at once be taken by the Secretary of the Mechanics' Institute calling a meeting of' If emblrs and the conm Inittco, to fix a night and arrang a t pro granno, I trust that gentleman may do, so s, oedily, Ily insert...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] FOOTPATHS. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 June 1867

ORRE SPONDENCOE [Wo are not responitble for the opinions expressed by our correspondlnta] . FOOTPATHS. To the Editor of the Express. Sin,--I know you have yourself remarked upon the necessity of having the footpaths within the townsthip put in something like repair; but the late wet weather has made the state of our highways so uncomfortable as to become the sulject of general comment, I think, therefore, tllhat the members of the Road Board should be made aware of the filct that very general satisihotion would be afforded were the footpaths attended to, so that at least a journey to the Post Office (which nerly every resident is compelled to make once or twice daily, owing to there un fortunatoly being no letter carrier), may not bo rendered a source of greater annoyance than there is any occasion for. If the board once includes this work in the category of urgent ones, which I maintain it is, the fiends for its execution will be speedily forthcoming. Yours respectfiully, H.T. '. B...

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