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BACCHUS MARSH COUNTY COURT. WEDNESDAY, 7TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 3 August 1867

B]ACCIUS MARSIH COUNTY COURT. WEDNEiDAY, 7TII AUGUBT. CAUSE LIsT.-Cascs under .£20, Jeremniah Ryan v. Richard n]ooe. Dishonoured cheque, and goods-£16 1I8s, 6d. John Ilopgood v. CGeorgo Dickie. Work £15 18s. 10d. Dodds and Whito v. Charles Tanner,-,£2 565. Same v. Colin Todd.--3t 1.is. Same v. Alex. Cruiclkshank.-£? 14is, George Talylor v. Jos. Cunningham, Work £1 lis. 6(d. William Bone v. S. F. Staughton.-£- 4 4., Same v. John Kounedy.-£4, 4s. Same v. Arnold.-- ? I 3. Jeremiah R3yan v, Mlichael lronwn.--£1 l0?, T , Tulloh v. Exrs. of John Wake. Ront S.'A Turnbull v. Daniol Ross, Dishonoured ctan (balanoo) CO. 'n MawsoU v. William Pratt. Damages Xf8 12s. Bntcrvon v. Francis Edgar. Witness ox ,,sit Slobleor v. Denis Ryan. Goods-.l. TloInas RI'co v. Martin Cosgravo. Goods , v. 1 sano Evorott. Goods--?6 11s, 8d, ? v, Thomas Sairoy. Goods--2 6s, 2d. Oodds and Whito v. E. M'Evoy. Goods--2 3s. 'oinIs 'ITlMau'ILbm v. James Kobble.-.f4 14s. 3d. Dod(ds iud Amr. v. Froderick Roynolds.-.43 5s....

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 3 August 1867

TIIE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRAA?TRALASIA. B3AC01HUS MARSH BRANCH. 1 PAID-UP CAPITAL . . £540,000 RIESERVE FUND . . . £130,000 SURRENT RATES of INTEREST AL?LOW ED 1 On Monies deposited for fixed poriods. JOHN CONYNGHAM M'CAUSLAND, Manageor. £1 REWARDI CTRAYED fronm Myrnlong, on 13th Jnmo, BlAY F.ILIL Y, branded 1\\A our sido, under saddle. The above reward will be paid to any one bringing the filly to Mr. RuAN's Iloerst, alyrniong, or to Mr. SillfaY, Giseborne, - HORSES. W?rLI,-lBRELD .woight?-arrying ITIA.CKS, by S "Sluggard," "Grand DI)uke," aulnd "St, Andrew," are JFORI SALE at BALLANEE, Mlay 20, 1807. ' G. WOOD, WIIOLESALE AND RIETAr Wine & Spirit 1Merchant, BACCIHUS MAR1SH, ")EGS to announce to the inhabitants of Bacohus 1) Marsh and the sunrrounding noighbourhood that he will OPEN, on SATIUBTDAtY h th 10Tl AUGUST, with a Choice and Superior Staook, and respectfully invites an inspection and trial, fooling confldont; that the high quality and moderato praice of ovary artia...

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

TO SQUATTERS. Under Royal Letters Patent. William Henry Allen's FOOT1ROT OINTMENT. In Cases 18 Pots each, at 10s. Gd, per Pot. This Preparation is the only radical Remdv for Pootrot in Sheop one Pot will dress and euro oac hundred Shoeop. ILLEN'S COMPOUND DISINFECTANT ,\ SOLUTION. Fon THE CURE O SeAD. l Casks and Hiogshoads at 7s. 6d. per gallon; one gallon sufficienout for sixty gallons of Sheepwash. Shcol.owncrs can confidently rely on those remeacdies, which have stood unrivalled for the last six years, as the boaet, simplest, and cheapest moians over employed for the eradication of FOOT. 10TQ' and SCAB, in acknowledgement of which W. I. Allen holds innumenorablo Cortificates, and a Tcstimonial G01od Medal, valued at FIFTY GUINEAS ALLEN'S DISINFECTANT COMPOUND SOLUTION, For the Cure of Scab in Sheep. TESTIMONIALS, We, the undersigncd, examined Six Sheep placed on lthe gr'ounds adjoining the oflic of the Govern mont D)istilleries previous to their being dipped in "Allon's Compound...

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

3ALLAHAT 1\ARKET. 1MESSRS. I-EPDURN AND LEONARllD roport: The stock yarded weoro 301 cattle, 3841 calves, 3335 sheeoop and 01 lambs. Fat Cattle: A short supply, with a good attend(mc of buyers, has had a most salutary offcct upon this weoolk's mnarkeot. For best pens, as high, if not the highest rates (say 25s. to 80s. per 100 lbs.) for the seeson wero obtained. Quotations: Beust bullocks, £10 to £12 10s.; good ditto, .£7 to .8 10s.; medium and inferior ditto, from .£4 up. Cows at proportionate rates., ?at Calves: Quality was most indiffront, yet capital prices were obtained. Weo sold 18 at from 28s. to 45s,. Fat? Sheeoop: Supply was the lightest for a considerablo time; prices in consequeonco showed a marked improvement, particularly for good quality, Quotations: Host wothers, say 52 lb. to 54 lb., 15s. to 1Os. Gd.; good and medium, 10a. to 12s.; infe rior, from 5G. up. F'at Lambs : 'First lot to hand for the season, which we disposed of at Os. 10d.; they wore nice quality, but ver...

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MARKETS. BORDER FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 3 August 1867

MAR KET S. BORnDERn FLOUR MILLS. Mir. James Young reports:-Flour, £11 10. to £12 10s.; wheat, 4.s, to 4a, 3d. per bushel; bran, is. per bushel; pollard, is, 2d. to Is. 6d. MELBOURINE, WItIN:lSDAlY, JUY 81, MI. M'CAw AND ANO'Iru, PrIodueo eIrokers, Royal lIorso Ilazaur, iMelbourne, report prics realised for the week oluing 3lst July, 1867, au follows:-Maizo, 3s, 3dd. to 3s. Id. per bushel; Victorian whcat, 4.s, )d, to is, ; TaIslnminanbu wheat, ,l,. 4d. ; Cape barley, 2s. 10d. to 3s.; Victorian food o?atts, , Hd. 8. to :Is, 3d. 'Lasmnian fOOeed otafs, medium quality, 2s, 7ld. to 2s, 10d.; white peaa, is, 3.d.; grey peas, is. Gd. to 5s.; porennial grass seeod, ,?, 3d. to (s, Gd,; pririo grass seed, s, . to 7s,; bran, bags given in, lid. to Is.; pressed hay, £4 4s. per ton; chaff, £2 10s. to £3; onions, £4 15s.,; bacon, Gid, to 10d, por lb.; hams, 8Bd. to is,.; cheese, 6d. to lid.; potted butter, very info. rior to prime, 6d, to is. lLd.; froesh butltor, 9ld, to is. 5d.; lard, Gd, ; eg...

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

IMPOUNDINGB, BALLAN.-I'mpounded at the Shire Pound by"Mi'. ''. Conroy, trespass id. ach.l. U1y horse, short tail,siddle unarkcd, sore wither, long hobble on near fdot, - over 2 off shouldos; iron grey filly, white hind feot, no visible br:land; black colt, rope halter on, JD off shoulder. On 2i1h July, by Mr. A. M'Donald, trespass Gdl. Black horse, SR near shoulder. If not claime(d and expS)e?c: paid, to be sold on 21st August. Sy. Cooper, Ponudkeeper. (KEILOR.--lmpoundcd at Keilor, 17th July, by. the managers of Keilor Common, trespass 6d. Black or dark brown mare, branded AB conjoined near shoulder, small star on forchead. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 14th.' August. Patrick McIntyre, Poundkeeper.  

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 3 August 1867

NEWS OF THE WEEK, The Govornment has conceded a second mail to and from Bacchus MIarsh, daily. This very desirable boon has boon secured by the efforts of some of the loading townsmen-M-ossrs. M'Canus land, J. Young, and others-and was also from time to time asked for in the columns of this journal. It is with groat pleasure that we find tihe postal authorities so willing to grant every possible faoility for the transmission of corros. pondonoe; and the Department appears to have wisely adopted the principlo which led to the introduction of the penny postage fee in Great Britain, and the twopenny charge in this colony, viz.-that a surplus revenue is moro likely to be obtained from an increased number of letters at a small prico, than from a rostricted number at a higher rate. There will now be a mail made up at Bachus Marsh for Molbourno and Melton at noon, and also at half-past six p.m., or thereabouts. The mails from Melbourne and Melton will arrive at 10 a.m. and 0.80. p.m., or t...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE HAPPY DAYS OF YORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 3 August 1867

ORIGINAL POETRY. HAPPY DAYS OF YORE.     Come sit down here beside me, Joan, I'll sing a loving song;   I just composed it late yesterday— is not very long. I'll sing about our youthful time, that will return no more. The days are gone, my bonnie Jean, the happy days of yore ! I often think upon those days, we spent in light- some glee, When smiling pleasures filled the cup and youth blinked in your eye; No cares nor trouble had we then, no sorrow filled our store. The days are gone, my bonnie Joan, the happy days of yore ! How often have we met at e'en, beneath the moon's pale beam, When naught was heard but the murmuring sound of yon clear crystal stream ; And lightly tripped we, arm in arm, along its flowery shore, The days are gone, my bonnie Joan, the happy days of yore ! We see our offsprings round us now, so blithesome, young, and gay ; It seems to me just like yestreen when we were blithe as they ! We little felt the burdens then, our a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 10 August 1867

Border Mills Store, BIACOHUS MARSH,. JAMES YOUNG, ESII.EIS to return his sincere thanks to his 1 l lnumorous frionluds anlld culstomers for the very liboral patronago accorded to him during the past few months, anl also bogs to call their atten. tion to his largo and well assorted STOCK OF WINTS''ER GOODS, IN CLOTHI IING AND DRAPERY, Including Mlen's dark doo Suits Boys' and Youths' Suits Tnverness Capes Frenoh Merinos and Co Pilot aund Whitney Colts burgs Twooeed and doo Trousers Plain andohockWincoys and Vests Slhalloys and MBohairs Cord andi molo T'Irousers Shawls and Mantles Crimean and Scotch Blankots and Flnneols twill Shirts Moleskin and Corduroys Flaunols, D)rawers, and 'ITwoeeds and Doeskins Undeorshirts (Grey and white Calicoes Ia1ts, Caps, and Urn- HIosiery and Hvbor brullas da1shory &c. &c. &O. Which have been carofully seolocd td aomeo of the bost warehousoe, and which he now oflers to the publio at tlhe lowest reulllorative prices. J. Y. also bo...

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BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 10 August 1867

IALLAIAT ?MARKIt T. Mai?si , 1I-I'mIUN ANi) LxoNAIU 1' rport: .Tho -stock yarded were 520 cattle, 22 calve-, 6030 oheep and 211 hunbo. iFat Cattle: Supply thil scok was moro tlhal an avorage o0n, and quality 'troughout, of a very superior description. The ihort nmarkets for the pim.t two weeklh have lu d i 1o0t, boniIlial ofl'oot, and we are again ablo to iuxoto beAt bcuf at from 235. to 303. por 100 lt,:. Ihotittions: lioat bullocks, £10 to £1 2S,. (3d.; good ditto, .7 to .1;i medium and iinfrior ditto, froul X5 uj). Cowi alt proportionato rates. Pa'ai jlilvCr: Not niiny in, mont of which wore good Juldity, und obbtoIed iotrouli prnicos, via., from 25a, to 72s. 6d,- Flat Sliop : A very full imrkot, cftiutd by euvorEl lari'gro lot comnilng to alud not adviuid of, in cons(quiicrlll'o of which iL dUc(lino in wrioi.4 halii to be submitt(ed to of froi I1. (d. to 2s, .per lihimd oli 1int, week's quotatioii, oxcpt, for thet vcry lprhi)lct., which atl usaiil sold well. Filt l!uln: T'lholl!...

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FRANK CAMPBELL; OR, GOOD FOR EVIL. A TALE OF THE TIMES OF JAMES VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 10 August 1867

FllRANK CAMP.IBEIL; OR0, GOOD) FR() EVIL. A '1'ALO OF THill T'r1Is OF JAM1hE YI, IN the days of James VI., and dark aund stormy days they often woer, tlcero dwolt in Croft-au-1rgh \Vynd, in tihe city of:lEdinburglhI , a (icoIlt1;, r1'ptal;tlih ClraIlt?maniI.l, Wiho maIdo his broad by faibriclating boots and shoes fbor the gallants who Iluttered about tho cour;t, and the burly lords and starched-up ladies who peranmbulited that filashioinablo l)irononado which exteinded troml thle oLuckhboolth to tihe Palace. Mark Comrie wa's a choerful oldl tllow, whose head \wIs inde(d g irown hoary, buLt whose heart was La lresh grecn garIdon, glow ing with the, flowcrs of charity and( love, and redolent with theo porfiiino oft human syno pathy, Io wash ga'irru'lous, 1and loved to talk on ill manne of I?bjeCCts, f1'01om the wrongs of poor Queen Mar',y to the riglhts and privileges of his crdl'l;t; Landl if any o(1e was hardy enouigh to oel0)o,0 Mark they fbund him to be very tonugh indeed. Mark la...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 10 August 1867

l' x recet leill(atle, in the I , s I'nl ntive Atiiuihly upoin what is kn'On uis the Ittdly iDAIu, Nto vot., i on110 whi ht will .tIst aI nill111,'y ovetrl the lmges of the vohume of' " [IANA~iA~tn" which record11 thu events tof hii (thItvrwise dislcredithli s.'e1sio( . The Iehiht was colllllenced t1n thu !ind inst. h' the ilul, II, .1). IlENstLA on0 of our Iuni. iolitall 0 j) (I.io1n1rs, anl (111 whI had thl, itnan.ess to ru]ho a declaratihn thai. hit prinate, inconto ,is insullich.nt to sulport tim, so (I to enalle htim to obtain his " poul of' tllsh," inll the Xl'l1 of ,lolot) pll (1man, ot'I l ly , wlldt d 1 -t11 doth.s of I he 'wiolh ,cr to sIi ch citfi 11 s 11 s I ; d d yttl1 thils honouai, let f tnloe 1r hall thi. oell ri,('- it?l In 1,AN du to his l t hss ial tlin .in to ttcotns SIr" (CIAmIIEs D)Au u oflI(I l wIan tc '' ilivlrthy in eouldl lIVe f1o1 lii tho \vict lman deililolii~lhed11 (Id tlOIil~tIhiit 10110 I' t~le 11t'tviollt toWermn nt, in'o tlhit tne of the hlopld1 a 1n...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 10 August 1867

IMPOUNDINGS. BACCIIUS MAThSI11.-JImpouidid 12th July, by Villia Ml'Donald. lDamage:s lJ~G. NoticeO sent to stupposed owner. White BUInll, no visiblebohrand, If not clhuimed and expellses laid, to be sold 14'ftlh Auguslt. On 22nd July, by W. Mlurray, trospass Od. each. lRed iand white heifer, near ear minarked, no visible brand; white nobby steer, red oars, no visible brand; whie cow, 1[ near' shoulder, ~ over x offl' ribs; white :and red steeoor, no visible brand; white steer, red us)ots, no visible brand. ('['lhe two laht are coupled.) I)Dark red and white heifer, no visible brandi ; white heifcr, red ears, no visible brand ; white hcifcr, yellow neck:, no visible brand. ntn 22nd July, by T.thoma, l'rwn, Yaloak Vale, treepu?s Ia. each. Grey horse, IIA off neck ; bay. nmare, S off chleek, blotch; like SloC conjoined off iliouldter. If not claimeld and expcnc'as paid, to be sold 21st August. William Ander;son, Ponud keeper. IIALLAN.-Irpotliltded at the Shir, Poluln by lxir. T'. Conro...

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BACCHUS MARSH ROAD BOARD ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 10 August 1867

IACCIIUS ?IARSI ROAD BO AR1I) ELIEtYI'ON. Tit: oeletion on ThurIday caused great excittinll?t in lacchus Mar'sh, possibly.more thian lu:I ever been evinced in connection .with a e.truggle for IlRoald Board honours. ''ho result, so far t. lBacchus ilaish i:l concerned, leveG little room for boast.ing by the victors or regret by t he vruo quiihed; and the polling proves how necessary it, is thalt the subdivision of the di;trictl ahmuld t:tis place, as it will do in a few weeks time; for while tIhe residents at Mtyrnioun po:ssess the right to voteo at all lechtions for Ithe Road 'oaird, they have it in their power to swi.uLp the votes of the rate payers of what may be called 3a:teehus llrst proper, as they have done in the present contest. In another colnui will he found a r'epolrt of aI public meoting, at which the E.rprcss was pIretty freely censured for halving advocated the clainl of Messres. Anderson and Lindsay, We excuso iuehi that was said by several speakers, for the recoin th...

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GISBORNE UNITED DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 10 August 1867

GIS13ORNE UNITED DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. 4 T'' Board nict on the 5th August. Presonut Messrs. Rcobcrtson (Chairman), Junor, and Hussey. Letters sent were read and approved. Correspondence received from-The Mayor of Daylesford, John White, Crown hands Oftled, and the Superintending Inspector of the Central Board of Health. The Clerk was instrucled to write to the Mayor of Daylesford, stating that this l~ ard would iur'g upou the representatives of this district in Pirlia. iment to do as requested; and that the Chairmua would attend any mooting, and requesting duo notice of it. Extension of time for two weeks was granted to John White. The letter from the Crown Lands Onl01c, abont Mr. Morand, was ordered to lie over until next Board mcating. Tile Clerk reported' that lie lad gone round tlhe town with the Iiispeclor from the Contral Board of Health, who had found fault with several things, much as the insufficient fall of tile strooe clanifols, tile state of tile slagilter-houses and tile...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BALLAN. TUESDAY, AUGUST 6. (Before J.M. Clow, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 10 August 1867

COURTS OF PEITTY 5EBSION8. BJALLAN,. TUES'JDAY, AUosU'T . (BeIfore J. N. Clow, Esq., P.IMI.) Francis Millor v. P'tor Fairbairn.-Dobt .£9 8s. Board and lodging. Order for £9 8s. and costs 6s. ainme v. Robert Evans.-Work 10s. Order for 10i. coeta Gs.

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EXECUTION OF SEARLE AND BALLAN. [Abridged from the Ballaral Post, August 7.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 10 August 1867

EXECUTION OF SEARLE AND BALLAN. S [Abridged from the Ballcaral 1'ost, August 7.] 'Lium murderors of Mr. Thlomas Ulick Burko, sulflred the extrome penalty of the hLw, at nine1 o'clock this morning. It is scarcely thro monthls since the diLte of thie crilmo, and yet all the claims of justieo havo boon fully saLtisfled. After the receipt of the inal answer from the Exeouttivo, Seinlo listened lattelntively to the admonitioa of the reveroend aLnd other goltlonlo n who have visited him, and seeomoed to discard allI thought of worldly matters. Searnlo Ihals from the fic?t given evidenco of want of firmuness and purpose, but ll]an mus piroved himself throughout to be a man of treeendous nerve anuld Ia taciturn nlature. On tle ;subject of the crime for which hIo todaLLy sullforod, hlie muade no disclosures, savo to the ?1ev. J. l'otter, anld that gentlcmnan has informed us that such is Ihle taturu of the statomont that he feels bound to decline to give it publicity. We believe, howover, tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 10 August 1867

THIE NATIONAL BANK OF1 -..- .AUSTRALAMIA., S ACIOOHUS MARSII BRANCH. PA -i.UP CAPITAL 9 . 8£40,000 RIESEVI E ".'U NDJ . . £. 130,0 00 SURREIKNT. ILUAT ES of INTElE3T' ALLOW ID On Monice; deposited for fixed peiriods. JOHN CONYNGHAM M'OAUSLAND, Matlngor, £1 REWARDI Sc'TITAYED from lMyrniloa, on i13Lh JutoliBAY E? ILLY, brantlod l W inar uidu, undor aiddlo. The abov -roward will he p)lid to any one bringing tll lilly to Mr. IlAN's llirsT, Alyrniolg, or to Mr. 8sih'hor, Oisborne. : "- HORSES. "I[ELIL-.11 I,) weight-.carrying HIACKS, by V " Slugtgird," " iiranld lDke," and. " t. Andrew," wao FOR SAIE at BALLANEE. May 20, 1807. G. WOO D, WIIOlI:IALI AND JI:'TAIL Wine & Spirit Merchant, BACCHUS IAlril, 3EGS8 to nnonce to tlhe illhbitanti of IliucCuli .1") INltrh and tlho iurrlundhilng neighbou'rhood that, he will OPEN, on SATU'ICDAY, the 10Trm AUGUSHT, with a (;hoice and Suiierior ,Suck, inid respectfulnly iivitli ail inspeol.ion and trial, feelinig coiildonll I. hat the high qual...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 10 August 1867

TO SQUATTFERS. Under Royal Letters Patent, William Henry Allen's OOTR( ()1NTMIEN'T'. In Calea 18 Pots earch, at 10s. Od, por ' Pot, Thins 'ropra'tlIon is tihe only radical Romedy for Iotr'ot in Shoop; one Put will dress aund cure one hulndred lcShop., LhIEN'S COMPOUND D)ISINFECTANT ,SOLUTION. 1'oii 'rtl( C-cn or Su~nl, Iln Cakslt.q and loghahca nat 71. d, per gallon; one gallon suflient, for sixty gallons of tIhoipwash. Shoop.ownrs can confidently rely on tlloase renrdles, which have nstood unrivalleod for tho last 4ix yeCrl', n1 the best, sinplast, and lchoeapot imeans over employed for tlho eradication of 100'T. IROT' lund SCAlI, in tacknowledgeonln of whiehl WV, iH. Alloen hol(ds innlturnable Cortiflcates, and a 'l'Tuthnonin t Gold Medal, valued at FIFTY GUINEAS ALLEN'S DISINIFEC'l'TANT' COMPOUND SOLUTION, For the Cure of feab in 8hoop. 'TI:'ESTr MON IA 1, We, the undeorsi.-ned,,exaniined Six Sheap placed on the grounids laloldning the oilice of the Gtovern mont Distjlleries prev...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 10 August 1867

MELTOUItNE, Wa IDNISIAY, AVoufIT 7. Ml. M'CwAI ANn ANo'rT?ru, ProdIuce 1rokor.;, Royal lforso Bazaar, Melbourne, report prices roelised for the week ending 7th August, 18(07, as follows :-Maiizo, 3s. to 3a. 4d, per bushel; Vic torian wheat, 4s. Od. to ?s,. lld.; English barloy, 4'. *d, to 5s.; Viotorian food oats, Sa. ud. to In,. 2d.; T'liaunian feeoooats, 2a 21d. to 2s. id,) porennial grrass ood, Gu. 3<d. to 6a. Od.; prairie grasu aood, 4,. id. to 7s.; bran, bags given in, 11d.; pretsed lay, £4- to .4 4's. per ton; bacon, 7d. to 10d. per lb.; inferior ditto, 5d. to Uid, per lb.; hamU,tlid. to 10d.; choose, 8.d. to lid.; potted butter, Kid. to Is. 3d.; inferior ditto, 1,id. to Old.; fresh butte', Is. 2d. to Is. Sid.; oggs, I. . 2. to lu. ld. per dozen. ME.HSIIH. DAJ,MAHOY CAnI'I)rEr, AND CO. r|por t, Augusb 7--l'at Cattle: Theo market throntghout was a brisk one, naid anything like really primo boot would have brought 258. per 100 Iba, We quolt-l(Nlt peojn bullocks offore...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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