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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bacchus Marsh Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866
CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of thLe acchus Marsh Express. Smn-Our Shire rate-collector is now going his rounds for rates, and we must either pay him or abide the consequences. I don't object to pay the rate if I have the money, but Mr. Headland will not listen to if's; and if I have not the money when he calls, I must either beg or borrow it within fourteen days, or risk being summoned for non-paymont. 1 suppose this is all right, as far as the law goes, and I must submit to it; but "puir tenant bodies, scant o' cash," find it hard enough sometimes to meet the demands of the rate-collector; and, sir, I am afraid that the members of our Council forgoet this. 1 think if thoy had a more lively sense of the "losses and crosses" incidental to the poor struggling farmers who compose the great body of the ratopayers of this Shire, they would exoercise a more rigid economy in conducting the business of the Council. I do not wish to be rcvere on these gentlemen. On the contrary, I give the...
To the Editor of the Bacchus Marsh Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866
To the Editor of the Bacchus Manlrsh Epress. Sti--I have seen two letters in the Guardian nows paper, signed "D, H." As it is pretty generally understood who is the individual indicated by those initials, I am not a little surprised that he has been so injudicious as to show himself so un worthy of his position as a professional man, and so lamentably wanting in merit as a correspondent. Without condescending to critioiso the subject of his discontent, couched as it is in terms so utterly barbarous, I take the liberty of pointing out to him that, although such silly productions as the letters referred to may sufflce to please his vanity, they are calculated to lessen the respect in which lie has hitherto boon hold by his friends. "D.II.'s" humorous disposition is very well among his asso ciates in private, but such vulgar and futile efforts to be funny will scarcely pass muster in a news paper. Trusting that "D. II,"-when in future he thinks it necessary to address the public-may, f...
BALLAN. TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, (Before J.M. Clow, Esq., P.M.; Poter Iuglis, Esq., J.P.; and Dugald McPherson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866
BALLAN. TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, (Before J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M.; Peter luglis, Esq., J.P.; and Dugald MlePhoraou, Esq., J.P.) James T. Foote v. John Evans. Debt---£9 Us. 3c, -Order made for ýQ0 (s, Qd., with costs, 2s. 6d, lichd. 1I. Radloy v. Jeremiah Mullane. Abusivo languago.-Cauro adjourned for fourteen days, with costs, J1. Police, by Scnior.constable Walsh, v. DIaniel ,elhan. Jiaving sold a bay mare, the property of John Patterson; supposed to have bren stolen. Prisoner remanded for fourteeon day. 11all allowed -himnelf in J.0, and two sureties in £ 25 each.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866
PUBLICO WORSHIP. ?E, D. HAMILrTON, COLLINS STREET I3APTIST CHURCH, XTILLr PREACH in tho MECHANICS' 1'V mINSTITUTE TO.MIO]OW. Morning, elovon o'clock. Evening, Bevon o'elok. BacohuR Marsh, AugnKs 11. CRUSHING PLANT, (1OMPLETE, for SALE.--Twenty horsoepower ENGINE, nearly netw, by Balfour. Si.xoon etnmps, Forcepump, Tables, &c. Apply G, WOOD, Pyreeto Plains; or, JNO. SAUNDERS, Bacchus Marsh. W A NTE D, TO LET THE PLOUGHING O[' TIIIIITY ACRES of LAND, at Moelon, 'U Apply to ALEXANDER BLACKIWOOD, Molton; Or, -MNCIAEI? MOYrIN, lKoooroit Crolokc, EANK OF AUSTRALASIA. GUA ANTEE FUND. £20 0, 0 00 TNTEREST. rlloeTd on DEPOSITS, ( o o .1. hobght, anti bandng bttuinoBs gonerally tra'o uoted. H, A, SCOTT, DrncinwooD, July, ,18 .0.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866
. PROSPECTUS O1$ TIlH BAC C HUS MIARSH AND GENERAL ADVERTISER ,ý rot BALLAN, MELTON, MYRNIONG, BLACK WOOD, EGERTON, AND) T1H1 SURRO UNI)ING DISTIICT''S, 1)N ,Saturday mnorning, the 7th of July, will be publishecd tihe first number of a now wooeekly paper, to be entitled the IJucchus Marsh Express. We concoive that the tino has arrived whon a moro full and correct exponount of the varied and ýimlportant interests of the Bacchus Marsh Division ~ao West lourke is desirable than has hitherto ,xisted; and It is hoped that the scope of the columlns of the lBacchus Marsh Express will anlford adequate facilities for the attainment of that object. \We shall shortly state the general principles , which it will be our task to advocate, and the pollcy which we intend to adopt in our editorial capacity. Of the various subjects presented to the ViOtorian Press for the conslderation of the public, nothing ?has of late excited so much interest and attention is the state of political aflhirs. During...
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866
NO'['TICES TO CORRE?SPONDENTS. CortIUNICATIO8s should be forwarded as early in the week na poesiblo, and should be addressed to the Editor, Rrprc?.? Ofice, Bacclus Marsh, J&lt;Contilbuitors are requested to write upon" ono SRid only of tho p?por. All communllcations intenouded for publication roquiro to be authenticated by the name and nddress of the writer. Anonymous conuiuni eations will no boho attended to. All business comununications and orders should be addrossed to lthe Managor, Eawaesa 0111o, TBacchus Marsh. r_1CIU llFh
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866
NOTICE, Mnr, Gronon TANn having consred to be solo proprietor of, the 13nrc us Marsh Ix wese, it hans been ilotermined to rodice ,the price to four. pence each number, and to four nhillings per quarler; or five shillings, including postage. Owing to the great inereaoo in the circulation of - the paper whloh must follow as a consequenco of the reduatlon in price, the R.pross will be found a most dosirable medium for advertising, for ;whlch the following are the terms?:-For ndvertlsoments of one inch nand under, s,. Od.! fnr.vorey succeeding inch, 2., Advertisements intended to he insorted for a lenougthened period, or immediately preceding the loading article, as per agreeooment. Notices of B]irths, Marriages, or Deaths, s. enoah. The Proprietors have appointed, as their Genoral Manager, Mr. r. G. MA?UTCoIImr o, formorly of Melbourne, to whom all business coinmuni. cations and orders are to be addressed,
MELTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866
MELTON, (rao I A COnRIst'oNI)) N'Tr.) T'ufi; annual election of two tuom beru for the Road Board of this district was held on Thureday, before 11. C. Porter, Esl., who wasi appointed Rc turning Otlicer in the absenco of the Chairman. A poll was also taken at the Gap, before the Clerk of the Board, who had boon ?lppointed Deputy Returning Officer, The result of the polling at Melton was-Blackwood, 52; Rloas, 46; Mawson, 32; Minnas, 22. At the Gap the numbers were-, Blackwood, 14; Ross, 0; iMawson, 10; Minus, 4, Giving a total of--Blackwood, 0(3; Ross, 55; Maw, son, 42; Minus, 26.
BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866
BACC}IU$ MARShI AND MADDINGLEy DIISTRICT ROAD BOARD. A srECIAn meeting of the members of the above Road Board was hold on the 30th July. lThe meeting was called for the purpo? of considering the pecuniary position of the Board, owing to the refusal of the National Bank of Australasia to allow of any further overdraft, there being a balance against the Board of £1400. There wetr present-Messra, W. Grant, Tyson, G. Grant., and Burke. Mr. George Grant was voted to the chair. Moved by Mr. Burke, seconded by Mr. Tysou "That the clerk be instructed to furnish the manager of the National Bank at Bacchus Marsh with a statement of the assets and liabilities of the Board for the current year, and at the same time to request an extension of the overdraft to the amount of £2100." Carried. The Engineer was instructed to wait upon the Assistant-Comnmissioner of Roads and Bridges, and inform hint that the Board had demanded the back revenue of the Djorriwarrh Creek Toll. gate fromn the Molton Road...
USEFUL INFORMATION FOR BUSH TRAVELLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866
UsFrUL INFOI?rMATION FOR Ul1us1 TRAVELLEnRS. We wonder, says the Home News, that travellkr do not carry with them a little bottle of perman. ganate of potass-a few drops of which would speedily purify any water. A friend of ours, whc has just returned from India, tells us that he has derived the greatest benefit from its employment In cases where the water was turbid, and tasting and smelling of decaying organic matter, the ad. dition of a few drops of the solution of the per manganate nmado it in a few minutes as clear an( sweet as spring water. RATE of Gaowrn oF PLANTS.-M. Dnchartre who has boon investigating the rate of growth ir plants by day and night., considers that the great est increase in length takes place at night. Hi: measurements have been mando on the vine, thi gladiolus, the strawberry, the hop, and other plants lHe laid an account of his experiments before a recent meeting of the " Societe Centrale d'Iorti eulure."
BACCHUS MARSH CENTRAL COMMON SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866
BACCHUS MARSH CENTRAL COBMMON SCHOOL. A rutla meeting was hold in the Mechanics' Institute on Tuesday evening last, in conncotlon with the recent appointment of a head master for the above school. The meeting was convened by advertisemeont, signed by the following four mom bers of Commnittee, namely-.lames Young, ELsq., J.P., chairman; Mr. William Watson loev. J,. Scott, Presbyterian Minister; and Mr. W. Henry M'Farlano. The object was stated to be, "for the purpose of submitting to parents and others into rested in the above scohool the decision arrived at on Tihursday night by a section of the Committee, in the appointment of a head teacher." Tlhe meeting was well attended, there being about 100 persons present. '-The proceedings commenced soon after eight o'clock. On the motion of Mr. Young, seconded by Mr. Anderson, Mr. Watt was called to to the chair. The Chairman having reed the notice convening the meeting, asked for a patient hearing fromn the audience for the various speake...
SATURDAY, 4TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866
SATURDAY, 4TH AUGUST. Present-Mesrs. W. W. Grant, Tyson, Burke, G, Grant, and Symington. Dir. Burke occupied the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were road' and confirmed. The Secrotary announced that Mr. C. G. Pater. son could not be present, as he was detained in Melbourne through illness. A letter was read from the Molton Road Board, conveying a statement of the revenue from the Djerriwarrh Creek Toll-gato for the month of August, A lettur was road from the Roads and Bridges Office, INelbourne, reminding the Board that a copy of the accepted tender for the bridge over the Worribeo had not as yet been furnished to the Department. The Secretary statod that the Engineer had since furnished the required docu ment. A letter from the Keilor Road Board was reoad, notifying the intention of that body to send a deputation to Melbourno on the anbjecer of the proposed repairs to the Kellor Bridgo. Tom Secre. tary was instructed to acknowledge the receipt of the communication. Move...
GLASS HOUSES AND "D. H." To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866
GLASS HOUSES AND "D. H." To the Editor qf the Express. Smu-There is an old but not obsolete preverb in our language which says that "those who live in glass houses should not throw stones." It has boon called to my mind by reading a letter which appeared in the Guwrdian of Saturday last, and which has booeen used by the writer as a means of casting ridicule on the 'Express, because, I suppose, the latter journal opened its columns to a commu nication from a gentleman who happened to hold views on some matters different from those hold by "D. H." Now, I do not pretend to be a judge of the matter in dispute between "D. H." and "L. S.;" but I think, sir, that the editor of the Guardian, in publishing such a production as "D. II.'s" letter of Saturday last, has given his sanction to an unwarrantable attack on a con temporary, the reason for the onslaught being, forsooth, that the letter r had beeoon accidentally omitted from the word "editor," in a letter which appeared in the Express o...
To the Editor of the Bacchus Marsh Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866
To the Editor of the Bacckua Dlarsh Express. "Now tell me all about the war, And what they scold each other for." REALLY, sir, the battle of the waterhole is likely to be a never-ending affair. The unfortunate gentleman who got the dipping, or ducking, or whatevor it was, may well say, "Save me from my friends, 'Aliquis' and 'D. H.' ;" for these doughty champions seem determined to keep him perpetu ally before the public in cold water. "Aliquis" may fall off his charger on parade some of these days, and break his neck. This is a possible con tingency. And "D. I1." and his buggy may be precipitated down one of the unprotected cuttings which embellish our roads-smashing his buggy, and, say, his right arm. But in case of either contingency being realised, you must not notice the matter. Private affairs are not within the province of newspapers, and for newspapers to notice them is absurd, and all the rest of it.-I am, sir, &o., HONI OlIT, Ballan, 6th August, 1868.
COUNTY COURT, BACCHUS MARSH. AUGUST SITTINGS, 1866. CAUSES FOR TRIAL UNDER £20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866
COUNTY COURT, BACCHUS MARSH. August Sittings, 1866. CAUSES FOR TRIAL UNDER £20. M'Intosh v. Bence. Same v. Manning. Same v. Faribairn. Clothier v. Maguire. Dyer v. Wilkes. Quaile and Another v. Pippet., Same v. Kielly. Same v. Cooper. Executors of H. James v. Carriek; Jones v. Dyer. Dodds and Another v. Trappes. Same v. Steughton. Same v. Robert son. Same v. Frome. Same v. Quaile. Dyer v. Foley. Same v. Evans. Same v. Blackwood and Another. Same v. Grooves. Same v. Todd. Same v, Wood. Same v. Same. Hides v. M'IKay and Others. Jacomb v. Ross. Same v. Same. Burke v. Dorricott, Same v. Dork. Wolfe v, Clarke. Perry v. Stokes. Quaile and Another v. Reynolds. Cunningham v. Leahy. Dyer v. Ballan Shire Council, CAUSES UNDER £50. IKissook v. Pinkerton. Crook v. M~urry, CAUSEs UNDER £100. IIodgson v. M'Intosh. CAusE UNDER £200. Byrno v. Road Board.
NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866
N?EWS OF THE WEEK, 'Tho election of two members for the Bacchus Marsh and Maddingloy Road B]oard, in the room of Mr, Win, Symington and Mr, Geo. Grant, who retired by rotation, came off oon Thursday. The canudidates were--Mfr, Grant, Mr. Young, and Mr. J. Ryan. The quiet dotermination with which the eleotion was conducted, showed pretty plainly the interest taken in the event. The polling com meneed at eight o'clook, but the numbers about the Court-house from that time till twelve noon were not numerous; after that, however, the farmers came trooping in from a distance, and wore eagerly hailed by the canvassers for the diffe rent candidates, who exercised thoeir persuasive powers with all the eloquence they could corm mand in favour of the man they thought the best. A good deal of speoulation was indulged in as to the result-bets being taken, notwithstanding the penaltp allacded to such quemtionable proccodings, as to who would be the coming man. Sometimes Grant was the favourite, a...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866
Tri-r sATURlDA1; AUGUS'T 11, 1806, Ii' a colonial politician wishes to be tlhoroughly hated, and craves the honour of being tho " best-abused " man in Victoria, ho has only to have himself appointed 3Minister of annds and Survey. Tlion, no matter how pure his motives may b0, or with what single noss of purposo he may wish to enrry out the functions of his oflice, ho will he charged on Overy hand with motives the most corrupt and debaising. We have often eoon surprised at the virulence displayed by gentlemen holding liberal and enli'hf:nel views on all other mn.tters-- mn otherwise geonil end kindly in disposition kindling int.o a perfect furyi at the very nnme of.a Preosident of Lands and Survey. And the more upright and honest he has been in administering the affla.irs of the depirtme.nt over which he has ruled, the more hitttr and determined has been the opposition mannifested towards him, It is not necessary for us to go back to the hist.ry of the different gentlemen who have hel...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866
MARRIAGE. GRINTER- GRINTER..—At Ballan, on the 2nd &nbsp; instant, by the Rev. Joseph Black, Mr. Charles Grinter, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Grinter, farmer, Ballan. DEATH. &nbsp; STOBIE.—At the Camp, Blackwood, on the 3rd &nbsp; instant, Morton Dycer, the youngest son of D. G. Stobie, Esq., aged four months. &nbsp;
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, SUMMONSES, [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. &nbsp; BACCHUS MARSH, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, SUMMONSES, Thomas Fairbairn appeared at the suit of the Clerk of Petty Sessions, on a summons to show cause why a warrant of commitment, in default of distress, should not be issued against him, in the cause of Riley v. Fairbairn, wherein the defendant was fined £116 under the Seab Act—the warrant of distress having been returned "nulla bona." Fairbairn obtained a postponement until the 16th instant, upon entering into recognizances to ap- pear—himself in £116, and two sureties in £60 each, Alexander M'Lennan v. Richard Bence—Debt of £13 6s.—Dismissed, William M'Donald v. Alexander M'Lennan. Assault.—Fined £2 and 15s, costs—in default of payment to be levied by distress; defendent was also bound over to keep the peace. James E. Crook, for official assignee, applied for permission to transfer the publican's license of Murray's Family Hotel to Thomas M'Canny—Per- mission granted. ASSAULT. Michael Shea was bro...
BLACKWOOD. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and H. Lawrence, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 August 1866
BLACKWOOD. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; FRIDAY, AUGUST 3. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and H. Law- rence, Esq., J.P.) BREAKING WINDOW GLASS.--Candage v. Bas- tion. Order for 2s. compensation; 5s, fine, and 10s. costs. BREAKING WINDOW GLASS.--Candage v. Wilson. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Dismissed. ASSAULT.-Candage v. Wilson. Adjourned for &nbsp; &nbsp; fourteen days. Candage v. Morrison–Dismissed; &nbsp; with £1 1s. costs. INSULTING LANGUAGE.–Candage v.Wilson. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Dismissed. &nbsp;