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

IMPOUNDINGS, BACCHUS IMARSII.-Impounded 12th July, by William M'Donald. Damages.£5, Notice sdnt to supposed owner, White Bull, novisible brand,. If not claimed and expenses paid, to boesold 14th August. William Anderson, Poundkeopr., MELTON,-Impounded at Melton, 5th July, by Alex. DI'Intosh, Esq., trespass 6d. each. Brown horse, star, near hind fetlock white, like JP con. joined off shoulder; dark brown colt, long tail, like G or C off shoulder; bay mare, small star, shod, like M near shoulder; bay colt, lack points, like I (spur) near shoulder. If hot clahined and expenses paid, to bo sold on 7th August. On 12th July, by Mr. Purchase, Trespass 6d. Red steer, brindle on rump and neck, white back, belly, and tail, brands (if any) not visible. By" W. F. Tulloch, Esq. Trespass is. Gd. Blank mare, star, like HL off shoulder, like PKi near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold 7th August. John M'Donald, Poundkeeper. BALLAN.-Impounded on 22nd June, by John Purcell, trespa...

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

THE NATIONAL IBANK OF AUSTRA LASIA. i CO CIUS MARSH BRANCH: ?A "U' CAPITAL . . £540,000 RE I E lilQND . .. £180,000 URRENT RATES of INTEREST ALLOWED On Monies deposited for fixed periods. JOHN CONYNGHAM M'OAUSLAND, Manager. ' iter r Gods. UST kRRIVED, a largo and ploasing'varloty of T.Yw Coatings, Trowserings, &c., in all the most fal~hionablo and substantial materials and colourin?s, . bamnples forwarded on application. All Goods shrunk, Chargeso strictly moderate. :' . G. G. PATER ON, MERCIIANT TAILOR, Bacchus Marsh, The Largest & best-selected Stock of Soft Goods in the District ! J OHN SAUNDERS respectfully invites the at tention of the publio to his large and well. assorted Stock of WINTER GOO)DS, just to hand. The whole has been selected with great care, and at a time which will enablo the advertiser to compete successfully with any House in the trade. PIANOFORTE TUNING. P. ROBERTSON 'BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Bacohus Marsh and surrounding district that...

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

i • TO SQUATTERS. Under Royal Letters Patent. William Henry Allen's PATENT FOOTROT OINTMENT. In Cases 18 Pots each, at 10s. (3d. per Pot. This Preparation is the only radical tCom dv for Faotrot in Sheep; one Pot will dress and cure one hundred Sheeoop. A LLEN'S COMPOUND DISINFECTANT SOLUTION. S Fon i0na CUoni oP SCoA. In Casks and Hogsheads at 7s. 6d. per gallon; one gallon suffllioent for sixty gallons of Sheepwash. Sheep.owners can confidently rely on those rnmedieos, which have stood unrivalled for the last six years, as the best, simplest, and cheapest means over employed for the eradication of FOOT. ROT and SCAB, in acknowledgement of which W. 11. Allen holds innumerable Certificates, and a Testimonial Gold Medal, valued at FIFTY GUINEAS ALLEN'S DISINFECTANT COMPOUND SOLUTION, For the Cure of Scab in Sheep. TESTIMONTALS, We, the undersigned, oxamined Six Shoep placed on the grounds adjoining the ofilco of the Govern mont Distillories previous to their being dipped in "Allen's ...

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MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 July 1867

MELBOURNE, W?EDNLDAY, JULY 17. MI. M'CAw AND ANOTIInI, Produce Brokors, Royal IIorso Bazaar, Melbourno, report prices roalised for the wooeek ending 17th July, 1867, as follows :-Whoat, 4s. 10d. to 5s. 4d. per bushel; English barley, 5s.; Cape barley, 2a. 10d. to Os, Id.; food oats, 2s. lid. to 3s. 3d.; perennial grass ceed, ,4, 6d. to 7s.; prairie grass seed, 7s.; bran, bags given in, 10id. to 11ld.; pressed hay, .£ 4s. to £4 10ls. per ton; chaff, .93 to 3 5s. per ton; bacon, 8d. to 10d. per lb.; cheese, 8ld. to 10}d.; potted butter, very inferior to prime, Gd. to is. 24d.; fresh butter, is. Gd. to is. 61d.; lard, aOd. to 8d.; eggs, Is. 3;d, to is. 4d. per dozen. Iasss. DALMNAITOY CAMPBlELL AND Co. report, July 17-Fat Cattle: Prices obtained for good beef were about 10s. per head higher than last weelr, although they were not such heavy weights; consequently the quotations as under do not appear so high. We quote best pens bullocks at from £8 to £9 12s, Gd.; osecond ditto, from £5 ...

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MARKETS. BORDER FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 July 1867

MARK ET S. BORDER FLOUR MILLS. Mr. James Young reports :-Flour, £11 to .12; whoat, 4s. to 43. 3d. per bushel; bran, s18 2d. por bushel; pollard, Is. 2d. to Is. Gd,

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SHIRE COUNCIL, BALLAN. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 July 1867

SHIRE COUNCIL, BALLAN. WVEDNEZDAM, JULY" 17;. '. PRESENT :-Councillors; M'Phorson, (President,) Atkinson; I)uncan, Millyard, Graham, Mairs and Blake. Moved. by Councillor Duncan, .soconded: by Councillor Atkinson-" That the Secretary. fdrnish the Bacchus Marsh Road Board with a detailed account of the law costs in the case M'Intyre v. the Council, with the request that the same may be paid forthwith; also the £11 5s. due by them on the Myrniong account." Carried. : oved by Councillor Duncan, seconded by Councillor Grahamn-" 'That the Secretary inform the Assistant Commissioner of Roads and Bridges, in reply to his letter of the 11th inst., that main tonance metal is now being spread on the portion of the main road referred to therein; and that he also inform the Assistant Commissioner that the Council had determined to widen and otherwise improve this portion of road, but had delayed this work. owing to the iBuninyong Shire Council claiming this portion of the road." Carried. Mr. A....

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 July 1867

PR1ESB3'YTERIAN CHURCH, BALLAN. THE first anniversary of thi opening of the Ballan Presbyterian bhurch, which has been called one of the han(dsomest in the colony, Was celebrated on Sabbath last in a solemn manner, by special services conducted by the Rev. W. Hendorson, of Ballarat; and on Tuesday evening', in a more social and light some spirit, by the holding of a soirdo in the Ballan Mechanics' Institute. The third mode of celebrating the anniversary--by miking a special offort to augmenit the Church ftinads was also successfully adopted, and liberally responded to by all classes of the community of Ballan ; for the donors to the auction sale of Mr. W. Anderson were large in number and cheerthl in giving, and the purchasers may be similarly desoribed, as all the produce offered, except a ton of artichokes, was sold at hilih prices. Thus it will be seen that the joyf l prospects which the opening services and soiree of this congregation gave to them last year have been filly reali...

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BACCHUS MARSH POPULAR READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 July 1867

BACCHUS MARSH POPULAR READINGS, TIE fourth of the series of Popular Readings oame off on Thursday evening. The HIall of the Insti tuto was crowded with a imost attentive and from the manner in which they receioved the various readings, &e.-an appreciative audience. The introductory piece was a novelty, in the shape of an instrumental trio, by Messrs. Rae, Robortson, and Bain, who respectively handled the violin, larmonium and concertina, in a manner which delighted the audience; while a second per formnance by the same gentlemen demanded and secured an encore. This was followed by a reading from Mr. Pater son. The piece selected was one in which amuse. mont and instruction were most happily coin. bined, and was rendered in a style which olicited the sentiment of the author ()r. Brown) in a very ploasing manner. Mr. Forsyth gave a Scotch song, entitled "Conme under my Plaidio," in his usual happy style. The next piece was a recitation by Mr. Wilson. This gentleman has already...

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

BALLAN, (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ON Tuesday, the 16th, a public meeting was held in the Court House, Ballan, for the 1purpose of organising a party of gentlemen, who are thorounhly acquainted with the bush country lying between here and Daylesford, to make a search for the three lost chlildren W\illiam Graham, Thomas Graham (his brother), and Arthur ]lurman-who have been lost since Sunday, June 30, in the wild forest country lying' between Ballan and the Blue Mountains. The chair was taken by 0. -I. Lyon, Esq., J.P., who had called the meeting, and about forty gentlemen were present. The chairman stated that he would do all in his power to aid the object of the meeting. He had a person in hIis employ who knew every inch of the forest country between here and Daylesfbrd, and he would instruct hint to lead the search party. After a long conversation as to the best way to proceed, Mr. Michael M'Intyre moved, and Mr. Taylor seconded--" That a committee be formed for the purpose of ...

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PENTLAND HILLS SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 July 1867

PENTLAND HILLS SCHOOL. Tui Concert and Ball, held on Friday, 12th inst,, in connection with the Common School on the Pontland Hills, was in every respect a com pleto success. At the hour advertised for meeting, the largo barn, so kindly given for the occasion by Messrs. G. and A. Robertson, was crowded to excess; indeed, many were unable to obtain admittance, and had to wait patiently until their more fortunate neighbours were supplied with the good things so liberally provided by the ladies for the expected guests. After ample justice had boon done to the creature comforts, as they are termed, and the tables cleared away to give all the possible sitting and standing room to the large number assembled, the intellectual part of the evening was commenced by Mr. H. Moilklo, chair man and honorary correspondent for the school, who, in a very able and lucid address, gave a his torical sketch of the rise and progress of the school. He stated that when the subject of esta blishing a school...

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THE LATE ARSON CASE. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 July 1867

THE LATE ARSON CASE. 'To the Editor of the Express. 8i,--We have an instance of " what may happen to a man in Victoria" in the case of William Connor, the young man committed for trial on a Coroner's warrant, charged with having, on the night of 11th May last, sot fire to four stacks of hay and straw, the property of MIr. Henry Wilson, of Cabbage Tree. A correct report of the inquest on the fire, and of the evidence deposed of by the witnesses in the case, appeared in your paper of 1st ult., and it puzzles me to understand how, on such evidence, even a jury of Cabbage Tree farmers could feel warranted in returning the verdict they did-namely, that, in their opinion, the said property was set fire to by the prisoner, William Conneor. One would think it incredible that in this, the nineteenth century, twelve intelligent (?) jurymen could be found on the evidence before them, to perpetrate such an act of injustice as to deprive a fellow subject of his liberty; who, besides being put to...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] "RUSHLIGHT" REBUKED. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 July 1867

CORRESPONDENOE, [We are not responsible for the opinions e.Llressc by our conesponldents,] "RUSHLIGHT" REBUKED, To the Editor of the Express, D?sA Sin,-Tho mania for newspapear scribbling seems to have seized on all the people in Bacchus ktarsh; and it is, therefore, no great wonder if I ,eol myself slightly affected with the name disease. Nor, sir, is the cacoethes scribendi confiued to those who can express themselves in fit terms, or to those whose scribblings will bear the inspection of a refined taste? I found, when looking over the pages of your contemporary, that the "nmob" have "rushed" the sanctum of the West Bourke huardian, and soiled its broad shcot-.I refer, of ourse, .to that creditable joint anLd seeral pro. suction, the chaste, decorous, and manly letter of " Rushlight." "Rushlight"-unfortunate name i suggestive of the character and talents of the writer! Does not the thin, miserable, greasy compound of rush and tallow admirably pourtray the mind and intention of the...

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BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, JULY 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 July 1867

JAC0CIUS MARSH- AND MApDING LEY, ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, Jui. 15. OIaDINARY imebting. Present-Mr. G. G. paterson, Chairman; Messrs. W. Grant, G. grant, J. Young, and J. Tyson. 'lThe minutes of previous meeooting were read nld conhfirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. The Shire of Talbot pointed out the loss of ,evenuel to Shire Councils which would riesiit (itOl the passing of the proposed Publicans' I(ill Orderea to liis over" , " AIr. U. Wood applied for permission to (rect a bridge opposite promises in the Main pIoad. aGranted, subject to the approval of the Eangincr. 'lhe two lhdlarat Councils asked the co o1pration of the Board in urging the Logis tlivd Council to pass the Municipalities Ilill thlis session. '1'11e Clerk was instructed to lly with the request ; the members of the110 ]oard stating' that the lpassage' of the ,Illended Local Government Act depended Ion the passage of the Municipalities Bill. Th'le R1oads and ]lridges .Department reo Iorted the Ulassing of a sum of money to the aoor...

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PRESBYTERY OF MACEDON AND WERRIBEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 July 1867

PRESBYTERY OF MACEDON AND WERRIBEE. A SaPEOAL meeting of the above Presbytellry, con vened on the authority of the Moderator, was held at Ballan, on the 16th inst. Present-Revs. J. Lambie (Moderator), J. Neek, R. HIenderson, J. Scott and J. Black, ministers; and Messrs. J. Young and D. M'Pherson, elders. There was read t communication from the congregation of Wyndham, making application to be placed ndcer the pastoral care of the Rov. J. Lambio; also an extract minute from the Presbytery of Geolong, transferring'the supply of that congregation to this Presbytery; whereupon it was moved by the Rev. I. Henderson, seconded by the Rev. J. Dce'k, that these papers lie on the table till next ordinary meeting; and that the Presbytery appoint the Rev. J. Scott to hold a meeting at Melton on Monday, the 29th, and at Suubury on the day following, and ascertain the mind of those congre' gations with reference to the pn7pos?d chanlgo; and further that the Clerk be instructed to coUP niunicato w...

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

BLACKWOOD.   (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.)   I HAVE scarcely anything of importance to report, as the agitation in favourof a Municapality remains in status quo, since my last remarks on the subject. The Government has the settlement of this matter in hand, and I have no doubt that it will be finally decided without respect to the prejudices of one side or the other. Speculation is rife as to the probable decision of the Governmeut, but I have no hesitation in saying that the Government will, in all probability, be guided by the wish of the majority. Governments generally speaking, are guided by majorites, and I am of opinion that the same spirit will influence them in respect to this matter, unless our is an   exceptional case. It is astonishing that a medical man of some standing does not settle on Blackwood. There is an excellent practice for any gentleman possessed of medical proficiency. Our local Esculapius does not seem to enjoy the confiden...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17. (Before Dr. Rae J.P. and J. C. M'Causland Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 July 1867

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17. (Before Dr. Rae J.P. and J. C. M'Causland Esq., J.P.) FRAUD SUMMONS.-Bence v. Madden. Claim for £7 10s. Amount ordered to be paid in instal- ments, with 2s. 6d. costs, REVISION OF RATEPAYERS ROLL.-Three names were added, and three removed. The number on the roll is larger than last year by some 60 namcs,

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

MARRIAGE, BILDSTEIN-HODGENS. - At the Presbyterian Church, Ballan, on the 18th inst., by the Rev. J. Black, Mr. Magnus Bildstein, Pyke's Flat, to Sarah, daughter of Mr. James Hodgens, of Dun- carrow, King's County, Ireland, DEATH. DENNIS.-Died, on the 15th inst., at her residence, Latrobe Terrace, Geelong, Mary James, the beloved wife of Mr. John Dennis, late of Emly Park, near Ballan, aged 44 years.

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ORIGINAL POETRY. [The following "rhymes for the times," were loudly applauded when delivered at our popular Readings on Thursday evening.] BACCHUS MARSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 July 1867

ORIGINAL POETRY.   (The following "rhymes for the times," were loudly applauded when delivered at our Popular Readings on Thursday evening.] BACCHUS MARSH. If the ghost of old Bacchus should chance to be here— And ghosts may be present , though they do not appear; For if, as some think, when our spirits are fled From the bodies that hold them (that is, when we're dead) Our ghosts are permitted to wander through space And revisit at pleasure each old fav'rite place— The good Captain's, no doubt, will often flit round This, the spot where on earth so much pleasure he found, And to which he bequeathed, as a legacy rare, His name-which in future the district should bear. How annoyed must that decent old spirit be feeling To think that some folks would his good name be stealing, And changing, for something a little more flash, The now famous nomen of plain Bacchus Ma'sh. "Are 'you mad ?" he would say, "for a whim to discard, The name that's a watchword, wherever 'tis heard, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 27 July 1867

PARns Exs1lrrITroN.-'Il'h Commission of the Paris Exhibition has sold the Palace in the Champ do .lMars, roofs, walls, pillars, &c., to a Russian company, to take possession of it on the 1st of November. It is said that the company is going to transport the structuro to Russia, and re-ercct it at St. Potorsburg. A W\Va Pumtr.-Ie'rr Struv6, of Heidel berg, speaks of an engino of terrible power of' ldestruction, which he calls a pump of war, as it pumps up and sends flinging 300 bullets a minute, of any weight up to eight pounds, a distance of two miles. It may be worked by eight men, or steam. HIorr Struv6 was known as at patriot during the Baden insur rection in 1848. We wonder if it also flings the hatchet P Border Mills Store, BACCIIUS 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 bogs to call their atten. tion to his largo and well assorted ...

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SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN EQUITY. OLD COURT-HOUSE.—MONDAY, JULY 22. (Before His Honour Mr. Justice Molesworth.) JAMES V. JAMES AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 27 July 1867

* SUPRI1ME1 COURT. BITTINGS IN EQUITY, OLD COUR'-lLouSE.-MONDAY, JuIY 22, (Beforo His Honour Mr. Justice 1Molesworth.) JAMES V, JAMES AND OTHERS, A suit by William Barton James, eldest son of the late Henry James, of Bacchus Marsh, against Mary Jane James (mother of the plaintiff) and Isaao Evans, executors of the will of Henry James, joined with ten brothers and sisters of theplaintiff, to have the decree of the Court on the construction of the will, and its directions as to the administration of the estate. SMr. J. W. Stephen and Mir. Webb for the plaintiff, who has brought the suit after attaining his majority. Mr. Lawes for the defendants, the execu tors, trustees of the will. 1Mr. F'orster for the ten minors. The principal portion. of the estate of the deceased is a farm of about 1,100 acres, at Bacchus Miarsh, subject to a mortgage of £8,000, the interest of which has been kept down by the executors. Up till a recent period the plaintiffi has actod as manager of the farm. The ...

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