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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. TUESDAY, JULY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 July 1867

PARLIAIMENT OF VICTORIA. TUESDAY, JULY 2. In the Logislativo Council-A discussion took place upon the Insolvonoy Law Amondmont Bill. Ultimately it was referred to a Select Committee. The House shortly afterwards adjourned. In the Legislative Assembly-- apisa wore pro. sented relative to the reclamation of newawamp at Gisborne, by Mussrs. T'homnas 1. Hamilton and William Robertson. In referenoo to the water works' loan, it was stated that the Qovormount was short of funds, but no stoppage of the prosoent works was appruhended, and the sale of the Yan Yoan works was depended on for the compltlion of works not yet commenced. The Estunates were considered, and a number of amounts passed, amongst them a sum of .4500 for a bust and picture of Sir Charles Darling. 'The House ad jlourned till next day. WEDNSDAY, JULY 3., In the Legislative Council-A bill to amend the constitution of the Coulicil was brought in, and road a first time. The Lunacy Bill was sont to the Assembly, with ameondment...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 July 1867

THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. BACCHUS MARSH BRANOH. PAID.UP CAPITAL .. £540,000 RESERVE FUND . . . £130,000 CURRENT RATES of INTEREST ALLOWED On Monica dopositod for fixed periods. JOHN CONYNGHAM M'CAUSLAND, Managor. 42nd Section Amending Land Act, APPLICANTS for Land under the provisions of the above Section, in the B]lakwood and Bnlohus Marsh Divisions, are hereby requested to forward their applications to me, at my Offico in ICynoton, or at my Survey Camp,. as early :as possiblo. Mr. D. TIARBORID, 3Bacchus Marsh, is autho. risod to recoivo applications for me. STUART MURRAY, Contract Surveyor. Iyneton, April 12, 1867. Winter Goods. JUST ARRIVED, a large and ploasing variety Sof Now Coatings, Trowsorings, &c., in all the most fashionable and substantial materials and colourings. Samples forwarded on application. All Goods shrunk. Charges strictly moderato. G. G. PATERSON, MERCHANT TAILOR, Bacohus Marsh. The Largest & best-selected Stock of Soft Goods in the Dis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 July 1867

TO SQUATTERS, Under Royal Letters Patent, William Henry Allen's PATENT '00OOTROT OINTMENT. In Cases 18 Pots each, at 10s, (id. per Pot. 'lhis Preopration is the only radical (RTno dv for Footrot in Shoop; one Pot will dress and cure one hundred Sheep. I\TLIN'S COMPOUND DISINFECTANT ] SOLUTION. FOIL TIu CUIa or SoAu.u In Casks and Ilogaheads at 7s. Od. per gallon; one gallon sullicient for sixty gallons of Shoopwash. Shoop.ownors can confidently rely on thoes remedics, which havoe stood unrivalled for the last six years, as the best, simplest, and cheapest means over employed for the oradication of FOOT. iRO't and SCAll, in acknowledgement of which W. If, Allen holds Innumerable Cortificates, and a 'I'cstimonial Gold Modal, valued at FIFTY GUINEAS ALLEN'S DISINFECTANT COMPOUND SOLUTION, For the Curo of Scab in Sheep. TESTIMONIALB. We, the undersigned, examined Six Sheeoop plaoed on the grounds adjoining the ollico of the Govern meent Distilleries previous to their being dipped in " A...

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BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 July 1867

BALLARAT MARKET. MEssaR, HEPDURN AND LEONARD report: The stock yarded wero 407 cattle, and 0314 sheep. 'at Cattle: The supply was a light one as to number, not so, quality considered, which was all through of a good useful description. There was a large attendance of buyers ; nevertheless late rates were not maintained-say, by 10s. a head. Best bullooks made £8 10s, to £ll 10s.; good ditto, £6 to £8; medium and inferior ditto, £3 to £5, Fat Calves: None in. Fat Sheep: The quality of the supply generally was little bettor than stores, some bad stores, and as usual for the class of stook, prices obtained were wretchedly low-say, from Os. Od. to 7s. Od.; the few good sheep in, however, sold at advance of is. to is. 6d. Quotations: Best wethers, say fifty-five to sixty pounds, 15s, to 17s.; good ditto, average weights, 12s. to 14s,; medium, Os. to 11s. Store Sheep: A moderate demand continues for large framed wethers at about Ba. Ewes this week were loss enquired for. Our sales wore 100...

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MARKETS. BORDER FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 July 1867

MARKETB, BORDER FLOUR MILLS. Mr. Jameso Young reports :-Flour, £11 to £12;" wheat, 4s. to 4s. 3d, per bushel; bran, is. 2d. per bushel; pollard, 1s. 2d. to Is. 6d. MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8. MI. M'CAw AND ANOTrIEr, Produce Brokers, Royal Horse lBazahr, Melbourne, report prices realised for the week ending 3rd July, 1867, as follows :-Maize, inferior to prime, from 3s, 3d. to 3s. 8d. per bushel; wheat, in demand, lIs. 81d. to Ga.; Cape barley, 3s. id. to 3s. 2ld.; feed oats, medium to prime, 2,. Pd. to 3s. 3d.; white pens, 3s. Gld. to 4s.; grey penas, 4s. to 4s. 3d.; perennial grass seed, 5a. to 7s,; prairie grass seed, Gs. 6d. to 7s. Gd.; bran, bags given in, s,.; pressed hay, £4 10s. per ton; chaff, delivered in town, £3 to £3 7s. Gd. per ton; onions, £4; bacon, sides and flitches, 8d. to 10d, per lb.; roll bacon, ODd.; cheese, medium to prilme, 8d. to lid.; potted butter, inferior to prime, 8d. to is. 3d.; fresh, butter, is. 7d. to Is. 7,d.; lard, 69d. to 8;d.; eggs, Is. 4;d. t...

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BLACKWOOD. THURSDAY, JUNE 27. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 July 1867

BLACKWOOD. THURSDAY, JUNE 27. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M.) Hudson v. Jones.--This was a small debt case, Plaintiff did not appear. Defendant, claimed costs, 7s. 6d., which were awarded. Candage v. Plewes.--Money lent. Defendant did not appear. Mr. Candage deposed that he advanced £1 16s. 6d. on a Treasury note (which he produced). Had had transactions of the same nature with defendant before. In the present case had sent the Treasury note to Melbourne for collection, when it was returned to him, marked "No funds." The Magistrate reserved his decision until noxt week, an he said he was not sure whether he had the power to make an order under the circumstances. Tooman v. Jones and Black.–Board and wash- ing, £6 10s. Plaintiff said the board and washing was supplied to Black only, but he handed in a paper which contained an advertisement setting forth the dissolution of partnership of Jones and Black, and stating that all debts due, and all debts owing by the said firm, were to ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. A MOTHER'S PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 July 1867

ORIGINAL POETRY. A MOTHER'S PRAYER. And has God whispered, then, my darling son And summoned thee away ? Must those fond eyes soon sadly gaze upon Thy lifeless clay ?     Can'st Thou not spare him, Father, must he die ? Is he too pure for earth ? He never caused this aching heart a sigh, E'en from his birth ! 'Tis past. I bow me to Thy will supreme— Thy chastening rod. Go, then, my child, and from thy earthly dream Awake with God ! And when thy sire and me for mercy wait, Lord, hear a mother's prayer ! May thee, loved one, be first at Heaven's gate To greet us there ! E. C. S.

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LINES ON THE DEATH OF A BELOVED CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 July 1867

LINES ON THE DEATH OF A BELOVED CHILD. Why reigns this silence in the house of mirth ? Why hushed the revelry, unquaffed the bowl ? Where are the gay and reckless sons of earth ? Hush ! 'tis the death knell's solemn passing toll. Yes, Death is there, but not with aspect wild; No corpse of lordly man lies cold within, The conquerer's triumph was once a smiling child, Untainted by the world, unknown to sin; And sorrow withers on the father's brow, The mother's grief her world of love betrays; Affection's pledge lies cold and senseless now, Yet seems a cherub sleeping, to the gaze. Months-years—will roll along, again the board Will ring its echo glad of boisterous glee ; Again the landlord's honoured name afford The well-earned toast, in hearty revelry. But in that father's proudest moments, yet Will flash across his mind of her a thought— "Had she but lived"—sad murmur of regret, Will mark the retrospect that memory brought. If the wild doctrine of the Samian's word Could gain belief,...

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GISBORNE UNITED DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 July 1867

GISBORNE UNI'ITED DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. THI Board mot on Monday, 8th July. Presoent MIessrs. Robeortson (Chairman), Junor, lussey, and Wilson. Tlho minutes of previous meeting woro road and confirmed. Letters sent were read and approved. Correspondence received:-r'om Jacob Beer, asking poermission to cub wood on roads; W. Bar nicot, about bridge near his place; Meossrs., Benson and Kennedy, managers of Gisborne and Bullongarook Farmeors' Common; Messre. Broobk and Degraves, about arrears of nrates; and John Egan, about condemnation of work at MIountain Road. Permuission was granted to Jacob Beeoor to cut wood on roads, subject to the usual conditions, via., all troees to be grubbed and the holes properly filled in, and the whole thoroughly oleared away. Mr. Junor proposed, and Mr. llussey seconded "That Mr, John Paterson be appointed a amanager of the Gisborno and Bullengalrook Farmers' Com. men, in place of Mr. John Webb, disqualified." Carried. The Clork was instructed to ask Meser...

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MELTON ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 July 1867

MELTON ROAD BOARD. Tim ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Board was held at the oflco of the Board, on Friday, 5th July, at 3 p.m. Members presentl-Messrs. B. C. Porter (Chairman), Grant, Ross, Blaclkwood, MIoylan, and Staughton. The correspondence received was a letter from the Gisborne Road Boanrd, respecting the boundary between the two Boards; from Thomas Ileaney, requesting an answer to his previous letter; from George John ston, of Sunbury, suggesting the advisability of makling four chains of road in that township, in addition to John Bow's contract. The Clerk was instructed to call for tenders, returnable at the next moeeting, for constructing four chains of road, as suggested in IMr. Johnston's letter. The col lector was instructeld to refrain from collecting rates in future on the properties indicated in the comununication of the Gisborneo Board. Tenders were received for constructing 53 chains of the main Ballarat road: -Pritchard and Co., £653 8s. Gd.; G. Munro, £010 se...

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VALUATIONS AND VALUERS. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 July 1867

VALUATIONS AND VALUERS, I'o the 1 dito of lh1w xpress, Smii,-I wish to direct the attention of your mtany readers to that which I conceive to bo an Injustice to the ratepayers of this Shliro-nnmoly, the valuation of the improvements orcoted on a portion of tho iUallhn L'armu rs' Common by the Managors, and their Valuer. 'Thoso imnprovements wore so valuable that our Counoil considered their dqulva lent was, £.150 sterling, The idea of selectors under tho 42nd sootion of the Amended Lad Act, who are resident hero, of having to pay this amount, deterred thoe from applying for tihe allotment on which the improvements are situate. Parenthetically, I may observe, tlhe Counoil have searched, and could flund no minuto fixing thlls amount. What a pityl Councillor Millyard's retentive memory has kept it, to his honour beo i't sid. , An entorprisinig resideon of thoe vicinity of the Marsh had this 'allotiient pogged offl, and in due course it was grantod to hln, subject to pay ment for Improv...

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BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 July 1867

B AL LAN. (FROM OUR COIIRESPONDENT.) 'TIu members of the 3Ballan IMechanics' In stitute 11hel1 a special ,lueting on Wednesday ovening lastI, fbr the purpose of arranging fior the second series of Popilar Readings Mr. Sy. Coopor was voted to thle c1ir. After that gentleman h1d1 explained thie obiject for whlichl they hald assembled, he inforned tihe meetin:' that all the gentlemen who read upon t7im iformer occasionuu had kindlly con sented to read na'ain, and he was of opinion thlt thie secondl headings would be a groLt success. Mr. James Foot was afriaid that the Presbyterilnn tena meneting and bazaar would interfbre withl the success of the Readings; still, he was anxious to see themrn go on, and would thlerefobre move-" 'L'hat the next series of Popular Readin.'s be hIeld in thie Hell of thile Institulte, on Fridaiy evening, July 19tlh, and that thie admission bIe sixpence." Mr. Walter Scott, head teachIel' of the Common School, seconded the resolution, and, in doing so, said th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 July 1867

• I? ! |?iill ~ -- i iI iliiil Border Xills Store, BACCIIUS MhARSH, JAMES YOUNG, DESIRES to return his sincoro thanks to his - nunorous friends and customora for the very liberal patronago accorded to him during the past few months, and also bogs to call their atton. tion to his largo and woll assorted STOCK OF WINTER GOODS, IN CLOTIIING AND DRAPERY, Incoluding Mon's dark doe Siits Boys' and Youths' Suits Invornous Capoes French Morinoas and Co; Pilot andWhitnay Coats burgs ''Twood and dooe Trousers Plain and ohookWincoys and Vests Shalloys and Mohairs C~ord and mola Tronuseors Shawls and Mantles Crimean and Sotch Blanklots and Flamnols twill Shirts Moloeskin and Corduroys Flannels, Drawers, and Twoeeds and Dooskins Undershirts GrOy and whito Caliooos Hats, Caps, and Um- Hoslory and IHabor brollas dashory &o. &0, &o., WYhich have boon carefully solooted at some of thi6 best warehouses, and which he now oilbers to the publio at tlhe lowest romuneorative prices...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 July 1867

BdATURDAY, JULY 13, 1867. A-IoNoST the schemes to promote the prd gress of the people of Victoria, which we see propounded in the publioPress and in public meetings, there are several consisting of pro jected lines of railway. It is proposed to take a line to Beechworth, and it is proposed to take a line to Ararat, and it is also pro posed that Deniliquin shall be irrevocably allied to Victoria by means of an iron road. All these schemes, no doubt, require muchl talking and writing about, in order to bring them to that state of perfection which, it is to be hoped, will lead to their speedy realisation. Certain it is that there is plenty of time for contending interests and opinions to sway the publio mind, between this and the period wvhen another Railway loan shall be nego tiated by the Government. We are not aware that any proposed line of railway is spoken of us likely to affect Bacchus MIarsh, either for weal or woe; but knowing that this distriot once had a mild attack of the "...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. TUESDAY, JULY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 July 1867

SPARIAIAMENT Ok' VIC'TORlIA. TuaSnwAY, JurY 9, In the Logislativo Council-Theo principal buui. iesA was tho passing of the Public lealth Bill, as unonded by the Asseombly. Theo Hlouso adjourned lor a wook. In tho Iogislativo Assombly--lThe Lunaoy Bill ts considerod, wilth the tulolldIonelnts nmado ill it; y tho Council. onome trifling alterations woro mado. A long discussion took plhco as to whother IVangaIatta or IcLchworth should 0 solctelOd as aL ilto for an Indulstrial School; ultimately ljOoch Olrtlh waIs fixed ulpoln. A suml of £101,150 was roted for chaarible institutions. Somo )rogross was made with tho Muinicipalitic s Bill. Tho P'ay nloant of Mombers Bill was road a seocond timo, and he HIouse adjorlnelld till noxt dtaty. WI)NI':slnAY, JubY 10. In the Lofgislativo Assomlly--lMr. Grant stalod hat hIlo hald given instructions to have all lands uold under the 17th clhuso of thu llland Act Inspeclted; and if in)provoeiauts to the value of l£1 por aero had not beuon ualde, uch ...

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A NIGHT IN A CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 July 1867

A NIG:I'.T IN A CIIUtRCII. Tl declining sun wasn fhat sinking bolhind thle ao'uro pprlilo of the distant Choviot rango; groat shcets olf crilson shot upwards from his couch, causing thelo few flitting specks of oitrru, that lingered near, to blush for very lshanio at their audacity in doparting from thb parent Inass, and presuming to poor aftor tho departing hluinary of'day. Long shadows, vaguo in their intensity, crept silently behind tho solid bodies on the gloaming landscapo, dcopoening oveoy inomnont into dark aisles of lialoHt Cimnorian blackness, and aided in thoir obscurity by the bands of white mist, tlihat roso naiitiously flrom thl holited cnitali, and grow thicker lind thickor, as tliohe chill air of thle approaching night waf?tcd them gently anmng the waving coppico. The halcyon glory of anll autumnal sunset calmed, visibly, tlio weary (ourt'h to roposo. A solitary "tratvollor" wondoed hIlis ay cheorily along the principal streot of that littlo, north country town, whicl...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 July 1867

NEWS OF THE WEEK, . 14 We are exceedingly gratified to find that the d Blackwood MIechanics' Institute will data its origin coincidently with that of the Blackwood MIunicipality. lThe two events are notable ones, and prove that the residents of this goldfleld are C fast exhibiting that unity of action and ripeness to maintain a separate existence as a township, which is so desirable a consummation to be attained. With an energetic Committee, and a liberal comnunuity to respond to their appeals, a large sum could be speedily realised; and we would remark that in establishing Institutions of this kind delays in obtaining funds are fatal to the enterprise. On Monday, the Meclhanics' Institute, Bacchus l Mlarsh, is expected to present a very gay appear anco, for there will then be exhibited and sold, regardless of cost, a vast quantity of valuable rj articles which have beeoon contributod by the d congregation and well-wishers of thle Bacehns , Marsh Presbyterian Church. It is to be hop...

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POPULAR READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 July 1867

POPULAR IlsADINGS. 'l'aiu.. third of the Bacchus Marsh Readings. took place on 'Tuesday evening, in the HIll of theo tlchlnics' Institute,. The receipts atl the doors ihow tie aIttendllancO to have boon largr than at eit 1he1r of the two proceding IO.~(atlilgs, althouigh the extra seat acconmmo dlatioln provided by the Committeo provented i cat'lppearauce of overcr'owding whlich was so IIaIitist ait the Inst onterlaimnont. Addii iollal se0t room canl oven yet he providtled, lld bhoehi be, as splCCdily us possible, 'TIlhe Chaidrman (Mr. W. Watson, President of thel Inistituto) rolemarked that hle hadl great heaslre in )resilingff, nmolre esl1cially as the Ilrg nulor ol f g'entlhmon who woullt allear rendered his dutiues light. Some of th'ir elltirtiilll'hs w1'(i lW osW aoll (| s1e( 01n( ol( Ic(C nlintanncos,. I liope.d tlhat amulsem?ullent cnd inlstruttion, would .bho combined, whicli wass the uil of the Colnnittee. IMr. l'OU~uslanrd wles then called upon, andl io solected (hohtsnlsm...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. MONDAY, JULY 8. (Before James Young, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 July 1867

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS, BACCHUS MARSH. . MONDAY, JULY 8. (Before James Young, Esq., JP,) Jdremiah Ryan v, Robert Jackson. Thodefend. ant had booeen arrested on warrant for violent conduct. It appeared that he and Iris wife had entered complainant's service a fortnight since, and defendant had not shown a very obliging spirit; having grumbled at the food and everything else. On Saturday last he wished to distinguish himself as a pugilist, offering to fight Ryan and charging him with having insulted his (defendant's) wife. It was proved that there was no foundation for those assertions; that there was always plenty of good food, and that defendant's other allegations were a more excuse for picking a quarrel. Two of Jackson's fellow servants disproved his assertions, Complainant merely asked that his agreement to hire the defendant should be cancelled, which was done, and wages due forfeited, John Roo v. John IIurray. Absconding from hired service, Case dismissed, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10,...

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TYRANNY IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 July 1867

TYRANNY IN THE NINETEIENTII CENTUIRY. We have rocolvod the following "original" con tribution, and will not attempt to detrac from the boautics of the author's style, by any corrections of our own : Myrulong Crook, 8 July, 1807. 'The Edilur of 1he X'ris,. Sun--No doubnt you saw mu dofludinug myself i saw you aumtiuao ago in the police coort aginst Mr. georgo Grann valowor of blacihus marsh consil ho valowed ground I did not own and sununionsud ma for rates dow on 1it thI case wnit aginst mo on law pints i bolifo this.way he said he loft a papeor at my house and i cold apalo -I did apalo to Mi'rs. grant for goorgo wasnt in She sod thlt it was no good to apalo to her She tould me to go to the Shaimuan wharo is he says I in thu marsh so I wint to the Shirmans house Shairmnn I sod i apalud nglst owning any ground only mny own Shairmau sod i havnt my Books now i will think of it thats how I apalod mny good nobour couldont help it he had to say from the binuh full amount and f0l Os. Gd. c...

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