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

IMPOUNDINGS, IBALLAN.-Impounded on 15th Juno, by Ir. R. II. Radley, trepaspsa 6d. BIay more, blaze, both hind and near fore feet white, strap on off fore foot, indistinct brand liko M over J[i near shoul der, LI off" shoulder, On 17th J'une, by Mr. P. Cautwell, trespass 6Od each. Magpio cow, JO olf ribs; roan bullock, O noear rump, TW over TW' near shoulder (round turns to both W's), On. *20th June, by Mr. MI. Ryan, Damages 568. each, Bay maro, saddle marked, 0 near shoulder, JII over 103 off shoulder, F near saddlei bay horse, fistula, 3M near shoulder. Slmo day, by Dugald Dlaopherson, Esq., Duingeltfap, Truspaas 2a. etacl, Cheosnut filly, blazeo, white hind feet, | |I over -- off neck. Bay mare, strap on nuek, tl near lthigh, If not claimed and oxpelnses paid, to be sold on 17th July, On 22ud Juno, by John P'ur cell, trospass 2s. Strawborry steer, JM noear ruamp. If not clrimed and expeoise paid, to be. sold on 24th July, On 3l0th Jun, by E. Shea. Trespass 2s, Clhenut horseo, sore...

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BALLAN. TUESDAY, JULY 9. (Before J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M., and D. M'Pherson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 July 1867

BALLAN, TUESDAY, JULY 0. (Before J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M., and D. M'Phorson, Esq., J.P.) MIary Shaw v. Edwin Stephens, Debt-Ill is. 6d. Board and lodging and rent, Order for e5 5s., and 1 is. costs. Joseph Skilbeck applied for a carriers license. Iranted. A number of other cases, for which summons-s yere taken out, were settled out of Court,

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] BACCHUS MARSH CENTRAL COMMON SCHOOL. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 July 1867

00RREBPONDENCE. [lye are not rcsjonsible for the opiidois cxprcsscd b/ our corrcoPondents.] BACCIIUS MARSH: CENTRAL COMMON 8C1100O. TPo h E'ditor of 1the Elpress, Sm,--Robort Burns, the Scottish poet, has said "The bhct-laid schemes of mico and men gang aft agog." Such, I think, has boon the cno with the plansm of the promoters of the lIacchus Marah Contral Con mon School. Some four years back we wore told by theom thaIt if wo would mll unite to have a Central School cstablishod, we would then have our children educated at a much cheapor nrato than hitherto, and that they woul ty oldthere receive a far superior education. In fact, we wore led to believo that young muon wore to be tralined in this establishment, either for the counting-hiou.o or the legal profession, Now, sir, I beg to nsk these gentlouion whetherr their schemes, a, the poet saiys, "have gone ageoe;" if not, when they will be in a pl)roplor working order For I can acmotro theom that it i is desirable that some alteor...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 July 1867

ARRIVAL OF TEII ENGLISH MAIL. THE P. and 0. Company's steamor " Bombay" has brought the muls on to Melbourno extra ordinarily qunick this trip, havinag delivered them some three clays before contracot time. This hitherto unpopular steamer has also succeeded in making theo run fri'om King George's Sound to Port Phillip in the time occupied by the South Australian steamer in proceeling firom the Sound to Adelaide; con sequoently the telegram from the latter place to hIolbourno was of less moment than It has over been. Tlhe news thus spcdily brounht to us is of a satisftictory kind, but ratlier commonplace, and much of it was contri buted by the Panuama mail of last.weekl. It is not worth while to indulge in a long dis sertation upon the omens which the news may poerhaps contain, but we will remark that it strikes us as somewhat singular that so little notico should be taken by people at home of the proposedl visit of the Duke of Edinburgh to Australia. Wlhon his brother went to Americ...

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GISBORNE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. (Before J. C. Thomson, Esq., P.M., and W. Robertson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 July 1867

GISBORNE, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, (Before J. C. Thomson, Esq., P.M., and W, tlobertson, Esq., J.P.) Batsch and others v. James Levack.--Dcfendant, who frequently figu'res in similar eases, being sted for a small balance for labour, made a ranblUg statement, about being the victim of the Clerk oc theo Court~ and a territorial magistrato, The caso was dismissed, after which M?r. Thomson repri uanded the defendant for the language he had made use of. On the defendanlt expressing regret for what he had said, the matter was allowed to drop. M ELTON. 1OIONDAY, JUL 8. (Beforo Charles Shutcr, Esq,, PI.M.) There was only one paltry debt case for 18s. Od, An order was made for payment of half the nrnmonk Alnimanl

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

THE NATIONAL BANK OF SAUSTRALASIA. BACCHUS MARSH BRANCH. PAID-UP CAPITAL . . £ 540,000 RESERVE FUNID . . 130,000 cURRENT RATES of INTEREST SALLOWED On Monies deposited for fixed periods,. JQON O0NYNGHAM' M'OAUSLAND, /-' Manager. " Winter Goods. rUST ARIIIVED, Ia largo and pleasing variety . of Now Coatings, Trowsorings, &c,, in all tho most fashlionable and substantial materials and colourings. , Samples forwarded on application. All Goods shrunk.' Charges strictly moderate. 0. 0. PATERSON, MERCHITANT TAILOR, ,. ,~,. ..Bacchus Marsh. The Largest & best-selected Stock of Soft Goods in the District! I OHN SAUNDERS respectfully invites the at. J tentiun of the public to his largo and well ussorted Stock of WINTER G OODS, just to hand. The whole hIm boon selected with groat caro, and at a tieno whioh will annblo tih advertiser to compote successfully with any House in the trade. J. THOMPSON, AITKEN STREET, GISBORNE, Begs to inform his friends and the public that he has r...

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

TO SQUATTElIS. Under Royal Lotters Patent. William Henry Allen's Pl'ATENT F'OOTR01 T OIN TMENT. Int Caseso 18 l'otn each, at 10a. (Id. per Pot. Thiu I'reparation is the only radical Ron' dv for Iootrol in Shoop; one P'ot will dress and euro one,11 hundred Shoop. AJLEN'S COMIPOUND OLUINDISINFECTANT Fon TlnE Oune ou, SCAn. In Casks and Ifoghoelds at 7c. (d. per gallon one gallon eulflciont for sixty gallons of Shoopwash. Shoop.ownern can eonflldntly rely on tllose romodion, wshilch havo stood unrivalled for the hlOst six yoars, as lthe besut, simcplot, and choeapent m5nlr w ever emlloyod for ithe eradication of 00FT1' 110RT' and SCA II, in acknowledgeoaent of which W, 11. Allon hold innumeorableo Corticates, and a 'rdsthnoniad Gold Medal, valued at FIFTY GUINEABS ALLEN'S DISINFECT'l'ANT COMPOUND SOLU'TION, For the Curo of Saab in Shoeep, !TIESTIMON TAL., WVo, the undersigned, oxamlnod Six Sheeoop placed on the grounds adjoining the offico of Ehco Oovern mont Dintillorion provvious to ...

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MARKETS. BORDER FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 July 1867

MARKET 8. BORDER FLOUR IMIILLS. Mr. Jameos Young reports:--Flour, £11 to £12; wheat, 4s. to 4s. 3d. per bushel; bran, is. 2d. por busheol; pollard, is. 28d. to Is. ad. M~ELBOURNE, WSDNESDAY, JULY 10. M. M'CAW AND ANoTHER, Produce Brokers, Royal HIorso 13Bazaar, IMelbourne, report prikes roealisod for the week ending 10th July, 1867, as follows:--Wheat, 65. Id. per bushel; Cape barley, 8s.,to 3s. 3d.; feeood oats, good to superior, Os, to 3s. 5d.; white peas, Os. 6d. to 4s.; beans, is. 8d. to 5s. Od.; porennial grass seed, 4s. 8d. to 7s; prairio grass seed, 6s. 8d. to 1s. Od. ; bran, baghs given in, Is. ; pressed bay, £4 10s. per toni chaf, £3 to £83 7s. Od. per ton; bacon, 8~d, to 10d. per lb.; ohoeese, 89d. to lid.; potted butter, inferior to good, O9d, to is. 24d., fresh butter, les. 6d.; lard, 6ad. to 8bd.; eggs, is, 8d. to is. S.d. per dozeon, Maksns. DALanAoY CamrLL AD re. po'9rt;, July 10-Fat Cattle: A very heavy supply forward for the week, viz., 1,500, the greater portion of...

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

BLACKWOOD, (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) IT is gratifying to find that my remarks in reference to a Mechanics' Institute at Blackwood (which appeared in one of your late issues) have been taken up by others who feel equally inte- reated in the formation of an institution which must eventually prove itself a great benefit to this community. Your remarks on the subject are applicable and pertinent to the matter treated of in every respect. It is true, sir, that local con- siderations, generally speaking, have been allowed to interfere with almost everything suggested for the public good; but I trust that those considera- tions will be merged on the present occasion, and that the various divisions of Blackwood will unite as tria juncta in uno, and endeavour by every legiti- mate means in their power to secure the formation of an institution which must tend in no small measure to promote sooial and intellectual ad- vancement. I may assert, without fear of success- ful contradiction, that th...

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

BIRTH.   BONE.-On the 7th inst., at Bacchus Marsh, the wife of William Bone, Esq., M.D., of a son, stillborn.

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BLACKWOOD MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 July 1867

]LAC(KWOOD BMECHIIANICS' INBTITUTE. A runrci miooting was hold at the Victoria Hotel, Rod Hilll, on Wednesdaty last, for the purpose of taking ~stops towards the erection of a Mechanics' Institute at Blackwood. E. Baber, Esq., was called to the clhir. Tho clhairman stated tihe o~bjcct of tho meooting, rand expressed his concur ronce with the nmovoemont. Io did not see why Blackwood should bo without its Instituto, and thought that by judiciou.s anagaco nt on the part of aL coumuittoe, c great deal could be done towards the general oblject. lIo would, thereforeo, call on thoso gentlemon who took the initiativo in this nmuttor to submit any resolution they had to pro poso to the mccting. Mr, . 8 lioart moved, and Mr. Forguson secondod, "'l'iTt Mlr. E. J. Croker bo appointed to ?ot as Scerotlary." Carriced. Mr. Walker moved the noxt resolution-"Tho want of aL Mechanics Institute having boon severely felt by the inhabitants of Blackwood during the past nine or ton years, it is deemed ad...

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

[The following lines will bear comparison with   the compositions of the many famed poets who first introduced their verses to the world by means of the "Poet's Corner" of a local newspaper. We are happy to be the medium of publishing such excellent verses.] SABBATH AT SEA.   Sabbath at sea ! even here we feel Its soothing influence o'er us steal; The gentle breezes seem to play   An anthem on the hallowed day. The fleecy clouds which float on high Reveal bright glimpses of the sly, Making our spirits long to gain That land where endless Sabbaths reign ! Tho' here we list not to the chime, Which ushers in the day sublime, From old Cathedrals' sacred domes, Wooing the people from their homes— Guiding their footsteps to the place Where God proclaims his saving grace ; Teaching their thoughts from earth to rise To Christ, their Lord, in Paradise.   But whether on the sea or land   We still would own our Lord's command To ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 July 1867

Border Mills Store, BACCIIHUS MARSH. JAMES YOUNG, DESIRES to return his sincere thanks to his numerous friends and customers for the very liberal patronage accorded to him during the past few months, and also begs to call their atten tion to his large and well assorted STOCK OF WINTER GOODS, IN CLOTHING AND DRAPERY, Including Men's dark doe Suits Boys' and Youths' Suits Inverness Capes French Meorinos and Co. Pilot and Whitney Coats burgs Tweed and doe Trousers Plain andchock Winceys and Vests Shalloys and Mohairs Cord and mole Trousers Shawls and Mantles Crimean and Scotch Blankets and Fhuinmol twill Shirts Moloskin and Corduroys Flannels, Drawers, and Tweeds and Doeskins Undorshirts Grey and white Calicoes Hats, Caps, and Um- Hosiery and Habhr brollas dashory &o. &o. &o., Which have been carofully selected at some of the best warehouses, and which he now offers to the public at the lowest remunerative prices. J. Y. also bogs to point out that his stock, in ...

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ITEMS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 July 1867

ITEMS BY THE IMAIL. The Prussian Chamber has passed the North Gorman Constitution. There have boon numerous arrests in Hanover amongst the higher classes, owing to the discovery of a conspiracy to levy an Hanoverian legion, in case of a war between France and Prussia, in the hope of restoring the fallen dynasty. The Emperor of Austria has opened the Iteichs rath; the speech was given from the throne on the 22nd, It renewed pledges to govern the country on constitutional principles, and hoped. that now that an arrangement had been made with Hun. gary, the Roichsrath would acknowledge the now order of things, and enter upon the task of settling the government of the country upon sound and durable principles. The Italian Government conclude the convention with Paris for an advance of ,24,000,000, recover able by a levy extra and a tax upon all Church property. After the 14th of July, the British North American colonies will be one dominion, named Canada. Deputations of English workmen ...

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BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 July 1867

BALL.ARAT MARKET. MESSRS. HEPBURN AND LEONARD report: The stock yarded wero 474 cattle, 6818 sheep and 30 lambs. Fat Cattle: Sales on the whole were exceediugly dull, which may be accounted for in a measure by the low price of mutton, and the fact that the supply continues almost every week somewhat in excess of requirements. Quotations: Best bullocks, .8 10s. to £12 17s. 6d.; good ditto, 5.£ 10s. to £7; medium and inferior ditto, from .88 10s. up. Cows at proportionate rates. Fat Sheep: But little difforeuco in this week's market from past three or four weeks. Supply of inferior sheep as usual being in excess. Prices ruled from 2d. to 3d. per lb. for good and medium mutton. Store Sheep: Nothing new. Quotations: Wethors, four, six, and eight tooth, good, 7s. to 9s.; ordi nary, Ga. to 7s.; owes, two, four, and six tooth, superior, 8s. to 10s.; ordinary, 6s. to 7s.; full mouths, 4s. Gd. to 6s. Horses: Supply numbered 60 head, greater part of which were turned out unsold. There were bu...

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PARIS EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 July 1867

PARIS ExHIDITION.-The special corres. pondent of the Telegraph writes:-" Whether the Imperial Commissioners, with a kindly regard to the interests of the restaurant concessionaires, are in the habit of causing the asphalto of the Palace to be sprinkled with salt and cayenne pepper, I don't know; but I can vouch for the prevalence of a serious malady, to which, not being a scien. tifle authority, I will give the name of the ' Exhibition thirst.' It is endemic, epidemic, chronic, and catching. Its morbid symptoms are a continual clutching at the throat, and a 'palpation' of the waistcoat and pantaloon pockets, with a view to ascertain the amount of coin of the realm which may be lingering there. The ' Exhibition thirst' leads to wandering, both in spirits and mind. You ask a friend what o'clock it is, and he replies huskily, ' Spiers and Pond.' You ask him how long he has been in Paris, and lie replies, ' Bertram and Roberts.' You inquire about machinery, and he tells you about Clossm...

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EXTRAORDINARY ROMANCE OF THE WEST END. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 July 1867

EXTRAORDINARY ROMANOCE OF THE WEST END. A rtorT time since, an old lady, living in ono of the small streets leading out of Albanystreet, Reogent's Park, entered the shop of a poulterer in the noighbourhood, and purchased a chicken. The tradesman was attentive to her, and the lady became a customoer, always coming to the shop and giving her own orders. She appeared to be very old, but to have all her fiaculties about I her. One Saturday evening, she came when the poulterer happened to be very busy. She said she wished to speak to him; and he asked her to walk into the little parlour behind the shop, and he would come to her the moment he was disengaged. In the parlour she met the daughter of the poul. torer; and after some conversation, in the course of which she remarked that the young girl looked ill, and required change of air, she produced a parcel, tied up in paper, and said, " Give this to your father, as he is busy, and cannot come, and I. cannot wait. I wish him to take you a...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 July 1867

SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1867. :- We are compelled to omit our leading article, owing to the pressure upon our space. The time for electing two members of the Road Board, in the place of Messrs. Paterson and Tyson, who retire, is now rapidly approaching. A few names of candidates have been mentioned, but until the retiring members are more fully known to be soliciting re-election, no person cares to announce himself positively as a candidate. Besides which, the subdivision of the district will shortly take place, when three members will require to be elected, possibly without a contest; so that some gentlemen ambitious to serve upon the Board are waiting until this latter election is announcel, before they take the field as would-be representatives of the ratepayers. The addresses of Messrs. Paterson and Tyson, which appear in another column, will enable the ratepayers to make up their mind as to whether there shall be a contest or not; or whether they think that attend ing the meeting wh...

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AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 July 1867

AGRICULTURAL. TPROM TIlE "ECONOMIST," JULY 12. Fnoct our advices this week from England, we learn that our Australian wheats are in great demand, are maintaining a high figure, and that our wools have flleou off a penny a pound. Although this is cheering news, at all events for those of our capitalists who have taken advantage of this rather unox pocted outlet for our oxtra grain, our wool. growers need not be very much frightened at the report reforring more especially to their produce., By last mail we were fully advised that the wools which suffered most from the declining prices were those princi. pally which were carelessly washed. Year after year do weo hear the same thing, still but little is done to improve the means at present applied to this one of the most important branches of the sheep-breeder's profession. Our Victorian wools, as a bulk, are superior to any of the Australasian productions, and some few of our breeders can produce samples which may fairly challenge the ...

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BALLAN. TUESDAY, JULY 16. (Before C. H. Lyon, Esq., J.P., and Dugald Macpherson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 July 1867

BALLAN. TUESDAY, JULY 16. (Before C. II. Lyon, Esq., J.P., nnd Dugald Macphorson, Esq., J.P.) Moses Cousous v. Michael M'Iutyre.-IIire of horfie £7 10s. Verdict by coneont--Ordor for £7 0s, anld 2s. 6d. costs. REvisIow CovRT.-A large number of naules wore struck off the Votors' Rolls for the several IRicdings,

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