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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 June 1867

Border Bakery, W, WATSON B)EGS to return his sincero thanks to his nume t rous customers for their past favours, and hopes that by attentively studying their orders, I and supplying a first-class article, he will continue 1 to merit their support. W. WATSON would take this opportunity to state, that while he will continuo to supply the best Bread at strictly moderate rates, ho is also prepared to execute orders for WEDDING CAKES, PASTRY, And FANCY GOODS of overy description., Soirees and Parties supplied. [cARD.] JAMES PARTRIDGE, PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANT, B ALLAN. Accounts Audited. Balance Sheets prepared, &eo MR, MILLER, SOLICITOR, BALLAN, W?ILL attend Bacchus Marsh Police Court V every alternate Wednesday, commencing 27th March. Comun?nicationp loft with Mr. CAILTON will be attended to. [cARDnn.] JAMES BALFOUR, TAILOR, CLOTIIER, & IIABIT MAKER, AITKEN STREET, GI SB OR NE. BAOCHUS MARSH HOTEL, THOMAS CARLTON BEGS to inform his friends that he has opened B the above H...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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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 — 22 June 1867

ORRESP ONDENCE. [We ar· not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondonts.] FOOTPATHS. To tho Editor of the Express. D.A~ SIn-It struck me very forcibly to.day when wading through the mud that represents the footpaths betweencu the Court-house and the Post office, that you would be noting more in accord. anco with the alleged principles of your paper if you devoted some of your space to the discussion of local nuisances and grievlances, and less to matters that may be important enough in their way, but are decidedly less so than the health, comfort, and convenieonc of ..the inhabitants of Blacchus Marsh. Some time ago (two or three weeks back), you called attention to the stato of our roads and footpaths, but in such a feeoblo and unonorgetic manner, that, naturally enough, no notice was taken of the matter, and I think the subjoect wa not resumed by you, Now, Sir, could not a good pointed paragraph, calling the attention of the Road Bio:ard to the dilapidated state o...

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NEGRO SERMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 June 1867

Nr.ono SEnIroxs.,-One Sabbath evening, as I was walking from the General Hospital to my office, I heard singing. I inquired of a passer-by if the negroes had service at that hour. lie said they had. I wont into the church and took a back seat, Some of the congregation, however, espied me, and criod out, " We want to hear the white broder preach." The old minister without any hesitation came to me and said, "It am do wish of do people dat you deliver yourself of a sermon, and I, bomn' do minister of dis church, invite you to step forward and deliver to do people a sermon." No excuse would be received. The negroes, seeing me hesitate, cried, " Bring do white broder along." I went forward and spoke to them. The negroes are always pleased when a white man takes notice of them. They will act generally upon the advice of a white man fiom tile North. Sometimes when I was speaking I could scarcely be heard, by reason of the amens, hallelujahs, and clapping of hands .. . . Many of tile reade...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 June 1867

NEWS OF THE WEEK. The matter of the valuation of this district was referred to at last meeting of the Road Board. In the first place it was stated that a plan of the district should be prepared, as, without it, a proper valuation could not be made, and in the absence of such a plan the district never had been properly valued. This was startling news to add to the previously known errors of omission and commission in the matter of rate collecting. In the second place it was very properly suggested that if a valuer of property for the current year is required to be appointed, he should at once enter upon his duties, "so as not to leave every thing to the last moment." Seeing that a sum of £600, Government endowment, has been lost to the Board this year, owing to 3800 of rates being uncollected at the end of December last, it is indeed highly desirable that such a thing should not occur again from any delay in valuing or collecting; and the suggestion which was made at the mooting we r...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, RIDDELL'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 June 1867

PrESBIYTEIIAN CI0U.CH1, RIDDELL'S CIRIIEI. J'he chaste and commodious structure which the Presbyterians of Riddoll's Crook have been erect ing for some time past, was formally opened for publio worship last Sabbath. The Rev.: W. inglis, of Sandridgeo, preached a most appropriate and impressive discourse on the occasion; we ncod scarcely say that the fame of the preacher attracted a largo concourse of people. On Tuesday evening ia Soiree was hold, when in spite of the inclemency of the weather, the building was again crowded to overflowing. The Chair wes occupied by John Careo ltiddoll, Esq., MI.P, to whose generosity the congregation is indebted for the valuable site on which the church is ereuted. The Treasurer (MIr. Amoss) submitted a financial statement, from which it appeared that the building had cost 3250, exclusive of labour, carriage, site, &e., which had been given gratuitously by the memberos anud friends of the congregation. Addresses wore delivered by the Reovs. ...

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THE AMUSEMENTS OF PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 June 1867

TILJ AMIJUSEIMENDI 01F PAUIS. 'NOWlsERit in ilia civilised world is wvhat 'GOldsmith used to call ' shoemukAr's holiday" more common. Every Sunday, thousanids of decent. ahoipkeeiper:, with their wives and children, troop out to the pleasant little vil lages round Paris, and make themselves thoroughly happy umnder the simplost con ditions. Perhaps their destination may be Sceamr, or Pontlnay aux Roses. To reach these places, a short run on the oddest little

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M.; and James Young, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 June 1867

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSI, - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19. (Ileforo Charles Shutor, Esq., 1.M.; and James Young, Esq., JP.) VAoI?ANT.--Jane Jones was charged by Sonior. constablo Kicruan with being a vagrant. She said that two of her sons had boon killed in the Now Zealand war, and, if discharged, sho could got work at Ballan. Discharged. 'RESPASB. Mary Jane Jamos v. Jeremiah Ryan.-A case adjourned last week, for driving sheep across coim plainaut's land without permission. 'Mr. Muagrave for complainant, Mr. (JGll for defendant. iMr. Musgrave stated that the proceedings were taken under the 28 t section of the statute for the Prevention of the Diseases of Animals, and the penalty for the offence complained of was £50. efeondant had driven sheeoop across complainanut's land without permission, to get dipped. Thomas Bradley, shepherd, employed by Mrs. Janmes, stated that, on the 20th May last, he was in charge of a lambin flock of 770 sheep, when lhe saw defendant drive a flock of...

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GISBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 June 1867

GISBORNE. (FiROD OUR CORRESPONDENT.) TIlE Presbytery of Macedon and Worriboo held its usual meeting on Tuesday last in the Presbyterian Church, Gisborne. Present Revs. J. Lambie (Moderator); W. A. Lind, Lancofiold; J. Scott, Bacchus Marsh; R. Hendorson, Kyneton; J. Meek, Cisborne, Ministers; Messrs. J. Robertson and J. Stowart, Elders, The 1Rev. J. W. Inglis, of Sandridge, being present, was associated. The Rev. Mlessrs. Henderson and Meek reported having visited Newham according to appointment. 'The attention of the Presbytery was called to. the wide and necessitous dis trict of Baynton, as one which mig'ht be conjoined with Nowhlia us a field of labour. Messrs. Lind and Meek were appointed to visit the district of Baynton, and arrange for .service. Mr. Lind was appointed to supply at Newham on the second Sabbath of July, and Mr. Lambie on the second Sabbath of August. The following resolutions were adopted by the Presbytery for the guidance of congregations : 1.--The ministers and...

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AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 June 1867

AGRIOULTURAL. FTROM TIlE "ECONOMTST," JUNE 14. TuE late rains have proved most beneficial to the farmers, who had begun to look anxiously at their young crops, especially the clovers and grasses. As we believe the rains have been general, we trust the relief' has been so likewise. The farmers in the early districts have now nearly finished their ploughing and sowing, but at the present tnme we do not consider their prospects over and above cheering so thr as the produce market is concerned. What the price of grain next season may be it is impossible to say, for the area under cereals is gradually decreasing, and if our periodical visitations in shape of blight, caterpillars, &c., appear, prices will be sure to rise whatever the acreage returns may be, We understand that the steam-plough is to be again publicly tested, although at present the locality has not been fixed upon. Negotia tions commenced between owners of land at Bale and Gisborne and the importers of the implemen...

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BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, JUNE 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 June 1867

BACCIIUS MARSH AND MADDING LEY ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, JUNE 17. OnDINAnRY fortnig'htly meeting. Present Messrs. G G. Patorson (Chairman), G. Grant, W. Grant, and .1. Ryan. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. COIRRESPONDENCE. The Ballan Shiro Council requested pay ment of ,£11 ? s. on account of M'Intyre's contract, and £N Os. Od. for legal expenses in the same matter. 'IThe Engineer, on being asked what he know about the claim fir legal expenses, snid that Mr. M'Intyro had brought an action against the Council for payment of extras, and had lost it, so lie could' scarcely see why there were expenses to pay by the defendants. Still, whatever was due by the uallan Council should be half paid by this Board. The Chairman thought that they were bound to pay their sharo of legal expenses, but that would not imply their indebtedness for the otliher amount. Moved by Mr. G. Grant, seconded by Mr. W. Grant-" That the nmoioty of expenses incurred in defending the action of M1'Inty...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 June 1867

THE NATIONAL BANK OF S AUSTRALASIA. . BA0HUS MARSH BRANCH., :PAID-UP CAPITAL . . :£540,000 IESER1VE FUND . . . £180,000 CURRENT RATES of INTEREST ALLOWED On Monies deposited for fixed periods. JOHN 00NYNGIHAM M'CAUSLAND, SManager. .. 42nd Section Amending Land Act. APPLICANTS for Land under the provisions of the above S~ction, in the Blackwood and ,llacchus Marsh Divisions, are hereby requested to forward their applications to mie, at my Office in Kyneton, or at my Survoy Camp, as early as possible. Mr. D. HARIBORD, Bacohus Marsh, is autho. rised to receive applications for me. STUART' MURRAY, Contrato Surveyor, Kyneton, April 12, 1807. Winter Goods., JUST ARRIVED, a largo and pleasing variety of Now Coatings, Trowserings, &e., in all the most fashionable and substantial materials and colourings. Samples forwarded on application. All Goods shrunk. Charges strictly moderato. G. 0. PATERSON, MERCHANT TAILOR, Bacchus Marsh. The Largest & best.selected Stock of Soft Good...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 June 1867

GENTLEMEN'S SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING. O1UR purchases in the Home and Continental V Markots are now to hand, and to which we invite special attention. The Newest Styles of Coatings Inl West of England Elastics, Ribbs and Moltons, Bliss, of Chipping Norton, celebrated Tweeds, For Riding Trousers and Pants, now mixtures. S All the different makes of :West of England and Scotch Trousorings. .Fancy French Cashmore and Quilting Vestings. Superior Waterproof Tweed Ovorcontings. Russell Cords, Alpacas, China Silk, And Other Light Materials for Summer Wear. ALL GOODS THOROUGHLY SHRUNK Before being mado up. Patterns and Instructions for Solf-Measurement sent free by post, on application. A Largo and Fashionable STOCK OF READY-MADE CLOTHING. OUTFITS TO ENGLAND And all parts of the World, on the Shortest Notice. Moderate Charges. First-olass Cutters and Workmen employed on the promises. 000SON AND BROWN, SUCCESSORS TO G. AND J. ESPIE. WHITE DRESS SHIRTS. The attention of gentlemen roquiring s...

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BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 June 1867

BALLARAT MIARIET. MEsus,. IlerInunN AND LoonAh D report:- The stock yarded wore 535 cattle, 20 calves, 5741 sheep, Fat Cattle: We have to report a fair supply of good averago quality, with a slight advance on sales of previous week. Quotations : Boat bullocks, £?0 to £12 12s, Od.; good ditto, £0 to .£8; medium and inferior ditto, £3 to £5. Fat Calves: In consequence of the inclemency of the weather, prices obtained, taking quality into con sideration, were not up to the usual standard, Our sales wore twenty head, at from 24s. to 61s. Fat Sheep: Although the supply was an ample one, sales all through were very satisfactory in their results, showing an upward tendency, more particularly for good quality. Quotations: Bost weothers, say fifty-five to sixty lpounds, 15?. to 17s.; good ditto, average weights, 12s, to 14s,; mediumn, Os. to ls. Store Sheep: Nothing now. We have soveral lots of owes, with lambs at foot, under offer, which we anticipato closing for this woeeolk. Good cross-br...

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MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 June 1867

MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10. M., M'CAW AND ANOTIrII, Produce Brokers, Royal horseo Bazaar, Melbourne, report prices realised for the week ending 19th June, 1867, as follows :-'Maizo, inferior to prime, from 2s. 81d. to 3s. Gd. per bushal; wheat, 4s. 2d. to 4s. 8d.; Cape barley, 3s. 21d.; Tartarian feed oats, 2s. 71d, to Ss. 4d,; seed potatoes, Os. 4d. to 8O. Gd.; white peas, 3s. Gd. to 4s.; gray peas, 3s. 10Bd. to 4s., 6d,; perennial grass soed, Su. 3d. to 7a.; prairlo grass seed, OG. 3d. to 8s.; bran, bags given in, Is.O d.; pressed hay, £4 10s. per ton; chaff, £3 to .£3 7s. Od. per ton; bacon, 8d. to 10ld. per lb.; choose, very Inferior to prime, 56.d. to 1:1d.; potted butter, 8,d,. to Is, 31d.; fresh butter, as. GLd, to is, Old.; honey, in casks, Gd. ; eggs, is. 81d, to is. Od. per dozen, MEssus. DALNIAIOY CAMP5ItELL, report, June 10 Fat Cattle: Another large supply--viz,, 1400 head was penned for the week, nearly the whole being good to prime quality. Prices ruled much lower, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 June 1867

BIRTH. CROOK.-On the 17th inst., at the Manor House, Bacchus Marsh, the wife of Mr. J. E. Crook of a son.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 June 1867

SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1867. No question can more seriously affect the future prosperity of this young and energetic colony than the most important one of educating what we may safely call the first generation of native-born Victorians. How ever much we may love the sunny clime we have chosen ats our adopted home, we must still be influenced morally and constitutionally by the training received in our native land, Habits of mind and of body acquired in a colder climate, and fostered amid the settled and stable institutions of morally and intel lectually the most advanced nation in the world, must continue to exert, over, us a prophylactic influence, from which the young Australian is entirely free. He is, in reality, at home; the ideas he may imbibe from fire side story, or from reading of the far-off land of his ihthors, can but very slightly affect him. Born beneath the forcing influence of an Australian sun, his mental and physical faculties rapidly reach maturity, and he begins to t...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 June 1867

IMPOUNDINGS. BACCIIUS DMARSI.--Impounded 22ndl May, Trespass Gd. Chesnut horse, blaze, Al near shoulder, short tail, lame. Grey mare, R near neck, R over WH near shoulder, JP off shofilder, C off neck, If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold 20th Juno. On 8th Juno, by S. T. Staughton, Esq., red heifer, cars marked, no visible brand; straw berry bull, ears marked, A off rump; brown bull, same brand. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold 12th Jpily. Wni. Anderson, Poundkoeper. BALLAN,-Impounded at the Shire Pound, by Mr. James Cowan. Trespass 2s. each, Bay filly, blaze, near hind foot white, no visible brand; iron-grey filly, star, like y blotched near shoulder. On 28th May, by Mr. P. Cautwell. Trespass 6d, each. Red cow, cars marked, T in circle near rump, PI off rump, like Plt (bow of P to loft) off back; red heifer calf, unbrauded, progony; red heifer, no visible brand; brown and white heifer calf, bald face, no visible brand. On 20th May, by Sy. Cooper. Trespass 6d. ea...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 June 1867

ORIGINAL POETRY. We have great pleasure in presenting the following lines by a local author upon such an exceedingly interesting local and general topic as education. The sentiments of the writer will find many ad- mirers wherever they are known, which they deserve to be throughout the colony. EDUCATION. The question which now is perplexing the nation Is, what's to be done with our young population ? Education, of course, we are bound to bestow, But shall we join with it religion, or no ? 'The Parsons, who think, on the strength of the knowledge Acquired by some six or eight sessions at College,   That they are entitled to give a decision, 'Are, I am sorry to say, in a state of division. Some imagine that if from our schools we expel The dogmas they teach as a safeguard from hell, That the next generation will prove somewhat worse Than the worst who have lived since the date of the curse. While others declare (and I think with more   reason) That religion i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 29 June 1867

Border Bakery, W, WATSON SEGS to return his sincore thanks to his numo . rous customers for their past favours, and hopes that by attentively studying their orders, and supplying a first-class article, he will continue to merit their support. W. WATSON would take this opportunity to state, that while he will continue to supply the best Broad at strictly moderato rates, he is also prepared to executo orders foV WEDDING CAKES, PASTRY, And FANCY GOODS of every description. 8oirees and Parties supplied. [oAnD.] ..... JAMES PARTRIDGE, PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANT, B AL LAN. Accounts Audited. Balance Shoots propared, &o. MR. MILLER, SOLICITOR, BALLAN, W ILL attend Bacchus Marsh Police Court evory alternato Wednesday, conunmencing 27th March. Commnunications loft with Mr. CARLTON will be attended to. COARn.] JAMES BALFOUR, TAILOR, CLOTHIER, & HABIT MAKER, AITKEN sTRERT, S GISBORNE. AUTUMN AND WINTER CLOTHING. 000KSON AND BROWN, SUCCESSORS TO G. AND J. ESPIE, Tailors, Outfitters,...

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LUCERNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 29 June 1867

Lunvo,??.--A correspondent of the Queone. lander gives the directions for making lucerno hay :-" Fine weather is the main thing; but a good deal depends upon the way it is got up. Don't out it too green; let it get well up to flower first, then you may commence, Lot it lay some few hours, then gather it up into wind rows. It may remain in wind rows two or three days. It will not hurt in the rows ; the sun will not get to scorch it up, and yet it will dry fist enough. It will have to be turned over every day when the sun is strong. You should turn it over without much shaking-it can be done just by placing your fork underneath and lifting it gently up, commencing always at the end of onath row. Two hands at this work do it quicker and better, Next make it into small heaps, nicely rounded, so as to turn them over if you should need. But the less shaking the boettor-four or five days and it should be at the stack yard. Don't commence to build your stack too soon. Cart all the hay from ...

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