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THE ROAD BOARD AND ITS RANGER. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 27 July 1867

THE ROAD BOARD AND ITS RANGER. To thle ditor of the En'oess, Sin,-At the last meeting of the Bacohus Marsh and Maddingloy Road Board, the Chairman stated that Lordordorg.streot was not substantially fenced, consequently it would be Illogal for the Road Ranger to impound off it. Now, if such is the case, why was he so long finding it out P or was it only a rics to goet rid of a disagreeable question If Lorderderg-street is not substan tially fenced, as required by the Act, why was the former Ranger allowed to impound off it P Does the Chairman know what a substantial fence moens P Probably not. And if the street in question is not substantially fenoed, there is not a substantiaily-fenced road mu the Marsh, The members of the Road Board appear to be unable to comprehend the meaning of several sections of the Local Government Act. One member supposes that it is the duty of the police to keep the roads clear. But such is not the ense. Thoro is only one section of the Act relating to the...

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BALLAN. TUESDAY, JULY 23. (Before J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 27 July 1867

BA ILAN. TuESnAY, JULY 23, (Boforo J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M.) Ronior Constable Walsh V, Prodorlok SOlOtt. Ilunl and disorderly. Fined is;, with Ga. coats, 8lneo v, John O'Noill.-Sanmo olffence. Fined 5s. lholn Jolpling v. Thomnas Clark.-lDoeht .£G. loaicl attendance. Order for .21 Is, with 15s. Gd. costs, John Kennedy, James Kennedy, and Andrew oenoedy V. Mark Lynch.--lleogal detention of a hors, of the valuo of ,£20. Caso dismissed, with S110s, costs, i?I?atthbw Brown applied for a Publican's Iaieses ranted.

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, JULY 24. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and Dr. Rae, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 27 July 1867

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS, BACCIIUS MARSH. WEIDNESDAY, JurY 24. (Boforo C, Shutor, Esq., P.M., and Dr. Raeo, J.P.) Brown v. Riohardson, Ponalty under tho Imn. p?onling Act, for not stating whore the cattle toesp assed, hIr. 0oil, for the plaintiff, said that ho bollevoed the dofondant had acknowledgod to have im. pounodod tho cattlo from motivos of spite moroly. Lt is aupposed, indeeood, that tho dofondant had purposoly lot down his slip panols, in order to entrap iho cattle. Th' defendant acknowledged that ho did not know that notice was required to bo givon as to lhcro the cattle trespassed. lHo had only done as Others had done to him. 1heo plaintiil said that he had complained to chaiirdson of his imhlounding the bullocks, when defendant said he had done it to spito Connoll. r,. W. Anderson, poundkcopor, produced the notice of impounding, which did not stato wheore theo attlo had boon impounded from. 'rTo ]lech said that the defendant had virtually hSl ittld the offence, and they ...

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GISBORNE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 24. (Before J. C. Thomson, Esq., P.M., and W. Robertson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 27 July 1867

GISBORNE, WaaDNs AY, JULY 24. (Beforo J. C. Thomson, Esq,, P.M., and W. Robertson, Esq., J.P.) Gisborno United Distriot Road Board v. A. Brook. Defendant was sued by the Board for £3, rates, and pleaded his non-liability to pay on aooount of his having sold tho property for which he was rated, betwoon the time of the Board making the valuation, in May, and the time of their making the ratoe, on July 23rd. The Bonoh, taking the same view of the case, dismissed it, without costs. Same v. William Dogravos. Dofondant, who was represented by his agont, Mr. Davis, was sued for .98, rates. Mr. Davis raised the objeotion that the rate book not being signed by three members of the Board, the rate was illegal. The objection was dooided by the Beonoh to beo fatal to the rooovery of the rates, and this case was dismissed also.

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GORDONS. WEDNESDAY, JULY 24. (Before J.M. Clow, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 27 July 1867

QORDONS. WEDNESDAY, JUIY 24, (Before J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M.) Thomas Little and J, Shannon v. J. I, Loango. For splitting and fencing, work and labour done, to the amount of .40 7s. Order for the amount, with .2 3s. Gd. costs. Irwin and Major v. E. Virnin. Mr. Millor for the plaintiffs. Mr. N. B. Headland was called, and stated that he had seized a quantity of shingles, the property of Virnin, to satisfy an order of the County Court, made in February last. Duo notice was given that the shingles would be sold, but previous to the sale taking place, he had been served with a notice from a Mr, Fowler that the shingles wore his; consequently, the sale did not take place. The shingles were still in his (Mr. IIeadland's) possession, pending the doision of the Court. Mr. P, Fowler stated that he had purchased 10,000 shingles from Virnin in the early part of June, and that at the time of purchase he paid Virnin .£7 10s. in cash on account; that he had taken delivery of the shinglos, and cart...

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

BLACKWOOD. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)   THE Alexandra rush has created quite a furore in the minds of a considerable number of our most enterprising miners. A great many persons have left Blackwood for the new El Dorado. Fifteen miners (including two hotel-keepers) left Barry's Reef on Wednesday morning last. I wish them success, although I feel pained at so much of our now too-scanty population leaving. Population is the life-blood of a gold-field, and I may safely assert, without fear of successful contradiction, that there is ample room and chances for a large population among the mountain ranges of Black wood. A new quartz reef has been discovered by C. Neil and party, The reef is situated on the Yankee Gully Ranges, in the neighbourhood of Golden Point. I cannot vouch for the truthfulness of the statement, but I have been informed that the stone will average 2½ ounces per ton. A party of eighteen has been formed for the purpose of testing the payable nature of t...

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POPULAR READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 3 August 1867

POPULAR READINGS, SPECIAL Roeadings wmero given in the Bacohus Marsh Mechanics' Insutitute on Thursday evening, on behalf of the Sydney Floods IRelief 'und, and were a great success, the hall being full to over flowing, and the receipts amounting to £8, Mr.?. W. Tatson occupied the chair, and referred in some well-chosen remarks to the object of their assembling. Hie also apologisod for the absence of Dr. Rae, who had been called away to attend an inquest, Mesers, Carlton and Bain then performed an modley upon the violin and concertina, which was well received. Mr. Goll read a portion of "Henry V.," giving the scene betwoeen the King and the French princess. This was, perhaps, the most successful of Mr. Goll's efforts at those enter tainments, The mixed French and English was given with nice discrimination, and we think it a deserved compliment to say that. Mr. Goll forcibly reminded us of the celebrated Barry Sullivan. Mr. MI'Nicol sang "Molly Asthoro" in a very musician-like mannu...

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GISBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 3 August 1867

GISBORNE, (FRObl OURE OWN CORRESPONDENT,) (raon oan own connnsronnnwr.) A ~EETING Of the ratepayers of the Gisborno United District was held in the Mechanics' Instl. tute on MIonday, 29th July, for the purpose of taking the necessary steps to petition the Governor-in-Council to have the district sub. divided into three subdivisions, A petition to that effect was drawn out, and signed by those present, The vacancies in the Road Board caused by the retirement of M?ossrs. Junor and M'Intyro, have boon filled by the election, without opposition, of MIessrs. T. F. IHamilton and Michael Brady. Messrs. Morton and Ernstn gave one of their entertainments in Natural Magic, with sloight-of hand and phantasmagoria, on Tuesday night, at the Mechanics' Institute, to a numerous audience, who were evidently well pleased with their enter taidners; especially the younger portion, who re veiled in a profusion of bonbons, dolls and toys, produced under the wave of the magio wand of the enchanter. The S...

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ARRIVAL OF THE PANAMA MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 3 August 1867

ARRIVAL OF THIS PANAMA MAIL. Tllb Queen is in Scotland. The Queen intoends giving half a million sterling towards the foundation of a convalescent hospital, Ascot Races were largely attended. Vanuban won the Prince of Wales Stakeso; Lecturer, the Cup ; and Jasper, tihe Hunt Cup. Charles Kean is ill, and his recovery is doubtful. Colonel Nelson, late of the 40th Regiment, is delad, The Fenians attaempted a landing near Dungar. van on the 3rd of Juno, and all of thenm wereo captured. JThe Government has announced thlat all the Fenian sentences of death will be commuted., Two of the Fenians arrested at Dungarvan are Colonols Nagle and Nadron, of the Irish American brigade, There is great distress in the vest of Irelsad. The Livingstono Search Expedition left London on the 10th of June, The Sultan of Turkey intends to visit England after the Paris Exhibition, Napoleon hold a great military review on tihe Othl of Juno, at which the oCzar's assassination was attempted. The assassin shot N...

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BLACKWOOD. A MUNICIPALITY v. MAIN ROAD FROM BLACKWOOD TO GISBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 3 August 1867

BLAOKWOOD. A MIUNICIPALITY v. IMAIN ROAD FROMI BLACKWOOD TO GISBORNE. A romnio meeting, duly convened by posters signed by numerous influential residents of Blackwood, was held at Cruise's Hotel, Roed Hill, on Wodnes diy evening last, to considor whethoer a municipa iity or a main road from Blackwood to Gisborne would be most bonoeficial to the general interests of Blackwood. About forty residents from the various localities in the district wore in atotendance. MIr. Candage was voted to the chair, and opened the meeting with a few brief but very appropriate remarks, calling upon the meeting to express their views, as he trusted, calmly, for the general weal of the community at largo. Mlr. Sherwood, of Barry's Reef, was the first to speak upon the question. iHe said that, for his part, he was at a loss to know what they had melt to do, as the question, to his mind, had boon already settled by a public moeeting, and a subsequent petition, signed by 1623 residolents, in favour of a mun...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 3 August 1867

SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1887. BAcolus MEl]asn is fast obtaining a reputa. tion for inaptitude in the managoment of its local affalirs. In the first place, the township came into existoence in what may be called an illogitimato mannor. That is to say, the Gtovernmenut never made provision for the olxistonco of a township on the site now occupied by the main stroeet of Bacchus MIarsh; and in 1850 it was found requisite to make a special proclamation, in order to allow of tihe establislhnent of a brewery hero, and in 1857 a similar provision had to be made to enable the Police Offences Statute to be enforced. This peoouliar taint of ille gality, or isolation from the Usual custom, in the early initiation of the township, appears to be continually cropping out in divers forms. At one time the Road Board ist dissolved for a couple of years, owing to dis gracoful trifling on the part of some of the residents; at another time, some informality in the Board's proceedings leads to a disas trous ...

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GISBORNE UNITED DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 3 August 1867

0ISI0RNE UNITED DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. T?sE Board mot on tho 22nd July. Prosent •lossrs, Robeortion (Chairman), Junor,' Wilson, Cemlsbeell, and Iluesey. The minutes of the previous mooting woreo read as1d confiruled. Letters sent woro read and approved, Correspondence was received from--Ceontral Board of Health, the Seooretary of the Law Dopart. eInet, the Borough Council of Ballarat, the Sooro. IaRy of liiVways, the Lancefleld Road Board, the Mellon Road Board, II. Walker (Blackwood), S. liroush, Janes Ki. B. Plummor, Richard Boyd, Geeo. Booker, J, J, Stanmnmers, Editor of Bacchus Marsh Espress., Thonas Parkes, James Kelily, John Egan, and a petition from ratopayers, about elling a1 moeeting for the subdivision of the dlistrict, Mri. Iussey was nppointcd to moott tho Inspeootor frm the Cuntral IBoard of Health on his visit. .he Clerk was insteueted to write to the leorough Council of Ballarat, acknowledging circen. lhr· to the ILancefilld ]ioad Board, about payment ,i money collected...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. TUESDAY, JULY 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 3 August 1867

PARIA.MENT OF VIOITOIA. TdE?SDAYr, JU?, 30, in the Logislative Council-On the motion of the heal. Mr. Fellows, the Assemnbly was asked to peroide a copy of its select comnnitteeoo's report, presented last year, upon the rotiromont o Sir Charles Darling from the Governorship of the olony. The Mining Statute 1il, and the Transfer o Iland Statuteo Bill, were agroud to, and the 0Ocials in Parliamont Bill thrown out. The IHIouso adiournecd for a woeek. iu the Logislativo Assonembly-The Sands Com. Ieittoe reported that the hen. menmbor had boon gailty of conduct doserving the sevoerest condom. nation of the lHouse. A Bill was brought in to reovoit thle oldest son of the lato MIr. Richard Ialecs from depriving Mlrs. lleales of a third part of the o3000 voted by Parliament to her and her fablnily, Tl'hlo hen. the Treasuror then made a fiancial statement, by which it appeared that there would be a probable defiocioney at the end of the year of £270,000, owving to the very large number of exc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 3 August 1867

MR. GELL, Of tho firmnn of GELL & D)AVIES, SOLICITORS, Queeoon St;root, Melbourneo, May be consultod D)AILIY at his Oflloo, J3ACCIUS MARSH. I IIEIREDY GIVE NOTICIE that I have mado AP1'PLICATION, under the 42nd seotion of the "Amending Land Act, 1806," for a LICENSE to occupy four twonty-acr blocks of land, being portion of allotments 3 and 4, section 4, parish of 'Parwan, county of Grant., 33BRIDGIE' LA]PFAN. Ilacehus Marsh, July 10, 1807. Mr. W. H. SUIP1LICOE, Surveyor, Ballarat. "I EI?ERl Y GIVTn NOTICE that I have lmnado l. AP'.lICATIbON, under the 4Ind clause of the "Ameonding L'and Act, 18I05," for a LICENSE to occupy four twenty-acro bllock of land, situated wost of the throee chain road fr'om Geeoolong to al. lan, north and west of John Baird's, and south of D)imis'u, parish of ]Jungoollap, county of Grant. J'OHiN JOHINSON, Ilallan, July 17, 1807, Mr. J . L. SHAW, Survoyor, OGeolong. I IIEREEBY o (VE NOTICE that I have mado APPIICATION, under the ,l2nd clauco of the ...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, JULY 31. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 3 August 1867

UOIJRTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSII, WEDNESDAhY, JULY 31, (Beforo C. Shuter, Esq., P.M?,) Ralph Parkinson v. John P, Gorman, Work £4 Os. Settled. B. Love v. M. Parrington. WVork--5 5s. s3d. No appearance. GISBORNE. W " EDNESDAY, JULY 31. (UoBefore J. C. Thomson, Esq,, P.M., and W, Robertson, Esq;, J,P,) J. Do Morton v. John Ardill. Defendiut wsa charged with using abusive languago towards the prosooutor, a railway porter, Mr. Booker, wvho appeared for the defonce, wanted to make it appear that the prosecution was got up at the instigation of IMr. Wills, the station-master, who he a?leged was on bad terms with the defendant. Case dismissed, Andrew Graham v. P. M'Mahon. Deot-~ll 7s. Od. Verdict for the plaintiif, to be paid in monthly instalments of £1. Thos. Kavanagh v. T. Dunn, Money lcnt--Z. Verdict for the plaintiff.

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BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 3 August 1867

BALLAN, (ssO~ OUR OWN CORUESPONDENT'.) WViEN I wrote my letter last week upon the forthcoming olection for members of the Shire Council, it was not with a view to underrate the many valuable services rendered by the members of the Councoil to the rattopayers during their tenure of oflice, but to poiunt out to them that there was a largeor field of action for their lcgis lative abilities than mere road-nmakting. But that opinion is merely a private conviction of my own. This week I intend to deal with Councillors as I Ihave found tholm, and what I know them to be as a piublie body. In a legislative body of men, there are two distinct principles or qnualities to be consi darcd, and which aro absolntcly nocessary to enlsure success. 'The flrst is intelligenc of a high order; secondly, honesity of unquestionable sta bility. Now, as far as intelligenc is concerned, I have seoon Councils suporior. But as for honesty of purposeo, clearheoadedness, industry, and a dleter mination to dischar...

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DEATH OF JOHN HENDERSON, ESQ. OF PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 3 August 1867

DEAThII OF JOTIN IIIHENDERSON, ESQ. OF PARK. Tnis vonorable ani well-known oiti'sn, whose name hains beenl so long faneiliar to the publio in consnoction twith is princoly bonfactions to Christian and bonoevlolt oa jcts, expired on Wednesday morning, at hralf-past eight o'clock, at his resiO?ence at Palrk. Mr. Hean dorson, who was in his 8(tllother, wnls a native of ]o'noss, in Linli thgoshire, i?'om which in early life ho came to Olasgow, to join his brother in the business since carried on by them as m]rch. nits and drysalters under the Ilrm of Robert & John leIondlorson. Many of our raloders will remebereo the ilbncholy circumnstances under which, about a ijuarter of a contury ago, Ir. ilohert i leiulorson met his death. 'Tlie two brothers, acconanioied by the 11ov. 1)D'. King mid a servan tto M3r. hobart Hendcrson, woro on thoi' way to Park, and 1had proceledeld down lthe rivor by steamer, on lanving which a smell bot in which thle ,party wor\n was llsot by no in coming ...

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BALLAN COUNTY COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 6. CAUSE LIST.—Cases under £20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 3 August 1867

BALLAN COUNTY COURT. TUESDAY, vAUGUST 6. SCAUSE LIsT.--Cases undor 20., Burko v. Egan Gascard v, Groves Same v. Dorricntb Same v, Bow Same v. Murphy Johnsoi v. Barber SSame v. Roborts~on Graham v, HIodgson Same v. Welch Same v, Sloss Same v. Lord MI'C farthy v. lanatbury *Same v. Hannabury M'Pherson v. Chapmall Samo v. Wilkio Baker v, Shannon Same v. Murphy Boarst v. Prico Same v. Evans Same v, Smith Samue v. L. Murphy Same v, Gallager Same v. Pringle Same v. Fairbairn Same v. Beazloey Same v, Wills Same v. Shea Withordon & Another Blaekwood v. Brown v. M'Donild Cousens v. Dark Block v. Cox Evans v. M'Intyro Blake v. IHolan Ocock v. M'Intyro Graham v, Georman Tanner v. Greed Jopling v, Gurney Same v. Sellings Same v, Sleith. Same v. Walker Same v, MI'Intyro Same v, Webster Gold v. Glenny Graham v. Muir Same v. Nash Grinter v. M'Donald Same v, Laffan Murrell v. Wilkingon Same v, M?'Intyro Osborneo v, Schillor Same v. Kelly Srulg IK(oong Heoy v. Same v. Brown Ah How Same v. Br...

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BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, JULY 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 3 August 1867

BACOHUS MARSH AND MADDING LEY ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, JULY 20, OnDINARY meeting. Present-Mr. - . G. Paterson, Chairman; Messrs. G. Grant, J. 'Tson, J. Young, and J. Ryan. Thlo minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Ballan Shire Council, asking payment of £19 8s. 7d., costs in defending the action, M'Intyre v. the Council. Mr. Young thought that the Ballan Codheil should have sent the account before paying any law costs, but hle supposed they wouldIhav?e to pay the amount. Ordered to lie over. Mr. -Henry Walker asked the co-operation of this Board with the Ballan Council and tdie Gisborno Hoad Board, in opening a new main road to B3lackwood firom Gisborno, Ordered to lie over. Mr. John Steavcnson, Assistant Cominis sioner of Roads and Bridges, wroto that lihe thought that the proclmncatio of subdivision already gazetted would come into force imnmediately after the annual elections. If the Board would nomninate polling places fbor each subdivision he wou...

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AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 3 August 1867

AGRICULTURAL, I'RO$ THEl ? ECONOMISTT," JULY 20. TIIrE has beeoon but little business done in the way of broeadstuffs since our nlast issio, and apparently no signs of improvement; dulness: has prevailed througot, and, although a reaction is anticipatedl in a short time, this chlnng'o is not participatbd in by the majority of merchants. Vietorian flour cannot now be quoted above £12 5s., and this sum is an oxtreme quotation. Horse feeod is also dull; maizo still realises with diflicilty s; 7d., and s. 9Od., and oats are eveon worse, The fact is that hfarmers ihaving sown their paddoeks, have now abundance of time to turn their attention to those stacks until lately unthrasheld; this, with the greater facilities .of railway carringe lately conceded, will naturally cause a rush to the metropolis. :Farmors certainly have no reason to complain this season of the weather, unless tlhe excessive growth of the earl3y sown grain may incline to straw too much. At present the crops look remark...

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