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MARKETS. BORDER FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 10 August 1867

M ARK ET . BORDER FLOURV MILLS. Mr. James Yolung roport:-; -Flour, Xill 1O, to 12 10.; wheat, 4B. to 4ý, 3d, per buuill; bran, Is. per buaheol pollard, In. 2d. to 1n. Otd.

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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SHIRE COUNCIL, BALLAN. WEDNESDAY, JULY 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 10 August 1867

SIIIlIE COUNCIL, BALLAN. WEDNrsDxY, JULY 31. lstasr.NT-r-Councillors Macphcrson (President), ,Atiiuson, Dunncan, GCraham, Mairs, Millyard, Osborne and Short. T'he S''ecretl ary reported cost of itmprovements on fir. tobcertson's selection, report of moneys roe coived for rent of toll house, and laid on the table a list of defaulting ratelpayers. Letters were received fronm M:Iers. MIorrah, Bailey, Isases, Lyoll, Courtlney, Ocuckl, MI'Kernon, Short, Kelly, Kennledy, Walsh, the Mayor of D)aylesford, the Assistint Conuis.iConer of Roads antd Ilrilges, and a peltition front the inhabditants on the l)ayltsford RIoad. 'T'lce following resolutions were tassed : 'lhat the SecretaLry anctwer thIe AssistantI Com. mis,-ietner of land. s and Surveys' comrninicat:L ion of the 7tlh .ily hlst, and inform hI t that inasmiuchi as Mr,. Rigneoy hIas refusted to paity the cost of having a procper road survetyed, with easy access to the water re?ecrvo referred to, Ilthat this Counucil object to the lain...

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

BALLAN. (?no1' ova own conlESPONDENT'.) 'ITE clettion for a member to fill the,seat at the Coulncil table for the West Riding' re suited in the return of MIr. John Osborne, of Emly Park, who polled-.128 votes to his opponent's 81. Although Mr. Thdlph Win' lanner was defoated, he deserves mul credit for the gentlemanly and determined manner in which he fought the election; and it also reflects the greatest credit upon the electors themselves, for they came to the poll manfhlly.

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MELTON COMMON SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 10 August 1867

MIELTON COMMION SCIIOOL. Tui Comminttoo of the Mfolton Common School meot in tllhe School-room, on Monday, thoe th inst., tt 1.80 p.m. Pr'Osonit-Me0sr5. Blackwood (honorary correspondent), Ross, nralnam, l'arkluson, 1eoris, Carow, Peart, M'lwnlraith, D1. M'Konzio, Scott, A. nM'l"ood, Mtcjphorsoll and Oldorshllaw (thelo hono raIry BsCoerotar'y). Proposed by Mr. Ferris, ecoinded by Mr. D. MIe(onio- l"That Mr. Blackwood do takeo the chair." Carried. A lolttr was road from the Rov, J. Lnambio requelting theo Committoo to tako the neossoary stcp1s to hIIvo throo roods of land and the school buildings crocted thorcon vosteud ill the Board of Educaltion. P'roposcd by Mr. Ferris, seconded by IMr. Mao. hleorson--" That the ho1n. secretary do convoy 1the thanks of the Comllitllt.o to the RItov. J. Latnbio for his oilbr." Carried. .'roposcd by Mr. lMaclpherson, seconded by Mr. Crahlmnl--"That the hion, correspondont do for ward a copy of tilme Royv, I, Laimbio'u lotter, and ltheo resolution rc...

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

MELTON. (v?no? ov1 owN conmusI'ON)s'NT.) Ovr limited community has boeen "in a sinmner of expectation" during' the last wook. 'There woro rIunours afloat of grave misdeeds on tho part of Mr. Roborts, our new school mnster; and when I went to the meeting' of the Committoo,.I was almost prepared to hear somethinM bad-very bad-of him ; for thourab bad--very 1 1 thoueh I had triedl haIrd to get hohl of some specii villany on his part fbr dajs before the meeting, I had ftiled. I coud not go beyond--" Dwo pend upon it, there is some tling wrong', -d the Connittee will put him right !" Well, thought I, Mr. Iloberts is a rjualified teacher, first-class certificato, edutcated in the Gray's Inn RIoad T'l'raining School in London; and if he has got no filrthor wrong' tliihan the Melton Coninion School Coninitteo can put himi right, Ithere is not a grealt deal the matter. T'lhere was solme coiulbrt in tlht, ut any rate. 1 attelded the mieoting,' md took down the utterances of the virious speank...

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BALLAN COUNTY COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 6. (Before his Honour Judge Forbes.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 10 August 1867

BALLAN COUNTY COURT. 'TJ.IusDAY, Avous 0.. (Before his Honour Judge Forbes.) [Verdicts for plaintiffs, except otherwise stated. CAusE LIST.-Cases wunder £20. Same v, Dorricutt, Verdict for £2 Os, Sd., costs £1 4s. Sanme v. Lord. Verdict for 10s. (id. Same v. Murphy. Verdict for £3 5s. 2d., costi £1 17s. Same v. Evans. Verdict for £1, costs 15i, Saino v. Pringle. Verdict for 7s. 8d,, costs £1 38 S9a1no v. Shea. Verdict for 18s,, costs .?1 4s. Blackwood v. Brown. Verdict for £10, costf £1 6s. (d. Cousens v. Dark. Verdict for 17s, 10d., costs 5s Evans v. M'lutyro. Verdict for £2 9s. 3d., coatt £1 7s. (d. Ocoek v. M'Intyre. Verdict for £3 15s. dl. Costs 5s. Uur]o v. Egan. Verdict for £3 6s. 10d., costh £1 11HI. Tanner v. Greed. Verdict for X3 17s. 3d., costi 17s. Saime v. Sellings. Verdict for £5 3s,, costs £2. Saino v. Walker. Verdict for £7 16s. 10d. coats 17s. Sameo v.Webstor. Verdict for £3 9s. 1ld.,costsl7s Grilaam v. Muir. Verdict for £12 4I. 2d., costi £1 121. Orinter v. M'Donald...

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

P'UBLIGO MHEAI,1NG. 'ulLlo cmoting of tlio ratoplayers was hold on oWlay (vonling, at, tho Moohanlu' Institute, tOftIH lMtllHI), to afford Mr. U. 0. J.'LItorson, Cilrinlan1 of tho ]Road Board, an opportunity of at'lleh.ig thle ratoplayor.' Tho hall wan tolerably We21 flle0d. ' J, E", Coo1 , EH,., vwaf voted to lio chair, and 10 ox jw2V2a d hi'iumelf an boing proud to act in that Iapnoly. Although he Il il not tiacon a prominient Part in p)olitlco in l)iacchlmf Marsh for thie pai, two y?P., yet he hadi watclhed tho procoe(dilng of evory "lfelbor of our locall lRoad BIoard, and lhe had P(10e 2In calling 11m 0u)ono of thle ho:t0 of the four "ildideILtl to iiddrc es 11IO. 1r0 2n.d watched , Iht'rtson, and ofoundl that 1lia only faltlt ""toladeodlnoH8-lhtad not divertod him front lho Path of rectitudoi; Ie had not attached himsolf to Y party'. Two of the candidatof1 had attotmpted o? Mao a groa it hlit y acc0lming Mr. ratornon Savng s l)pont aloulny outside cortain subdi. c oIl?, Now, he...

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GISBORNE COUNTY COURT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1. (Before His Honour Judge Forbes.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 10 August 1867

UIISllJONE COIUINTY COUI?T. 'himltjI)mAY, AUroHu'r 1. S(llo'ofr1 Hlis HonIour t JIudgo tl 'orbo.) Ilucird ll .ovoei v. A, M'Alpiino. tonl-.Cl IlI. Jildgulint for full amount, rLd 4l, costI, ,',lI'rrd Clherry v. W1n. Ionsonl Imlid otiho'B, b'it(l.o1 of Cablbago 'I'Tro CoInuon 8chlool, ,: 0' ll1 u d 1iin rfl.litil-.?5r (I;., (Id. Judgilnont by "Ii?Nn l, o amt oluii clullihoil, Itd ](11. cortn. anvid Arumautrong v, (Cha. Aloxunldor, Work ""1 lbour-.0?1 1lu,. 10d, Judgmol;n for full rllnl II 1(nd 7s, coitn. IMIilol Mormnd v. Ilornar'd IClavanagIh. Dobt 1t li8, Judgl olut for thio amount, and 10u, ItJlort l llarLour v. Korr and Milvadl. )Deobt L:17 cm, -kh, D)ofoind(Int p)ledold i cointrll'i Iccount r.0 22 138. Vordiot for tim) plainliff, £17 18H, 2d., "H1 liH, COtI,H, J, 1,. Yarr v, Miurico Grhaco, I)obt--1I3 4 O, JTdg(fmoint for tho amount. tad n ,i , CostiH

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

BLACKWOOD. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)   WINTER and dullness are reigning supreme at Blackwood. I have seldom seen a winter at this place so barren of prosperity. Everything seems to have a backward tendency just now; although Spring is gnenrlally our most prosperous season. I have very little to report from the mines, beyond stating that all the companies are in active operation. The Crown Company are crushing, full power; I visited their works this week, they are extensive. The main tunnel is about 1,400   feet in length, rails iron capped, and very large waggons. The machinery is in perfect order, and works beautifully. This company crush about 1,300 tons per month. The Simmons Reef Com pany are crushing, and the claim is spoken highly of; I wish them success, as they are most energetic. The works are extensive, but l am unable to give minute particulars at present. The Cornish Com- pany are crushing, but I cannot accertain how the claim is looking. Th...

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BACCHUS MARSH COUNTY COURT. WEDNESDAY, 7TH AUGUST, (Before His Honour Judge Forbes.) CAUSE LIST.—C[?]es under £20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 10 August 1867

BACCHUS MARSH COUNTY COURT Wednesday, 7th August. (Before His Honour Judge Forbes.) Cause List.-Cases under £20. Jeremia Ryan v. Richard Bence. Dishonoured cheque, and gooda-£15n 16s 6d. Verdict by con- sent. John Hopgood v. George Dickie. Work £15 18s. 10d. Mr. Gell for plantiff, Mr. Musgrave for defendant. the plaintiff claimed for certain work done for defendant while living upon his ground. Defendant, denied that he had employed Hopgood in the way stated, he had given him a   few shillings now and then out of charity; he admitted some of the items and pleaded a set-off   Srt of t1io tleo plafintinft aiulnred o navo otork ho was ill in bed, with defendant Shim, Mr. 'oaroo deposed to having .jlor fro ' Mr Dickio the balanco Ifopgood '~d tlo to h1im Vordict for dofenidant for 11. 1j., wit]h 1 2. (id. costs, ir's nid Whlito v, Chnrlen Tannor.-.42 56. a rnc of dofendaut, verdiot for amount. i' l Colin Todd.--,, 14 . Vordict for .?3 Os. ? oV' Ale, Cruictkhlii...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 10 August 1867

NEWS OF TIHE WEEK. The thiieliia 2iarlrxth, lhdtan, and Pentland Itillt l'arierni;' Hacicty will hold a comiiitteu nietiUng: n t'Lhuirsday nelt, at the Plough hnn, Myrniong, io tran?t:nt I lxiiesi i Hlch will be fiunli <;peitiil:d ii an advertixejizen t. Accordini to the ruliil of tile oicty, the mcating ihould have tat in place o~n Mollaly; but wi thio I?lichiio iMTar.eh JRoad loard inclt on thatl dIay, the committeoo will mce:t on 'T'urt;daLy, the 15th inet. A .'ipcial meetintg of the ]htlah ia Mlarch and Maddingley ?od tt lond wa heIld on Saturdlay ta;t., aIt Itnc o'clock, for the purpose of appointing a lctlrning Otlicer in tlo place of the Chairm;an,, iwho wta incapacitated from actingl in thit position owingr to his- bcing a calndidat. All the meibieris were pI'IentC ; and it wivs ordered thllat Mr. Ryan he tl.et.unilng Offitter; and Mr. Georgeo Grant dopl'uty. The Chairllman stated thatJ he lUhld bel?n to coniiderabVle troublo llad Oxpen)ro in going to tovwn to ,on...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] SHEBLER'S HALL VERSUS BLACKWOOD'S BED ROOM. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 10 August 1867

CORRESPONDENCE       [We are not responsible for the pinions expressed   by our correspondents.]   SHEBLER'S HALL versus BLACKWOOD'S BED ROOM. To the Editor of the Express. SIR - A letter appears in last Saturday's Guardian, signed "A. Shebler," complaining of the present place of vaccination being unfit for that purpose. Now, sir, as I have some doubt whethe my reply   would be admitted into the columns of the Guardian, I would most respectfully requesat you to give me a corner in your journal, in order that I may reply to the same. Mr. Sheblcr states that the chlildren of Melton and the surrounding distriot have, for a number of years, been vaccinated at his house to the satisfac- tion of every one interested. Now, sir, I may state that about two years ago the publio vacci- nator applied to me for accommodation for that purpose, stating at the same time that some of the ladies objected to come to a hotel...

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

SELECTED POETRY.     The following piece has never been published in the colony, and is by the author of a volume of poetry recently brought out in Melbourne by Mr. George Robertson, and called "Earnest, the Pilgrim Poet." DECEMBER CHIMES. (Written at the coast on the last night of the year 1866.) Sixty-six will die to-night. Time, how rapid is thy flight ! Day, and week, and month, and year, Only on our view appear, To depart for once for aye   Ere our lips can bid them stay, Like the cloud across the sky, When the moon is sailing by And the wind is shrill and high. Four short hours, and will be born Sixty-seven to-morrow morns; Time's ring is not broken through, Dies the old as lives the new. Time ! What mean we by the word ? Something felt or soon or heard, Something wished for, something thought, Something clasp'd or something fought, Something wept or something won,     Something crown'd or just begun, Holds our h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 August 1867

Border MIills Store, BACCHUS MARSH, JAMES YOUNG, D' ESIRES to return his sincere thanks to his .) numerous friends and customeor for the very liberal patronage accorded to him during the past few months, and also bhogs to call their atten tion to his' largo and well assorted STOCK OF WINTER GOODS, IN CLOTHING AND DRAPERY, Including Men's dark doe Suits Iloys' and Youths' Suits Inverness Capes French Morinos and Co Pilot and Whitney Coats burgs Tweed and doe Trousers Plain andchock Wincoys and Vests Shalleys and Mohairs Cord and mole Trousers Shawls and lantles Crimean and Soutch Blankets and Flannels twill Shirts . Mloleskin and Corduroys Flannels, Drawers, and Tweeds and Doeskins Undershirts Grey and white Calicoes Hats, Caps, and Umn. Hosiery and IIabor brollas dashery &o. &c. &, Which have boon carefully selected at some of the best warehouses, and which he now offers to the public at the lowest remunerative prices . J. Y. also begs to point out that his s...

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FRANK CAMPBELL; OR, GOOD FOR EVIL. A TALE OF THE TIMES OF JAMES VI. (Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 August 1867

FRANK CAMB:I'ITLL; OR, GOOD FOi1 EVIL. A TALE OF THE TIMES OF JAME0S VI. (Cowdludet fron our last.) 1TIAluc Comrie the younger affectod to pity Frank now, who, still as industrious and good-humoured as formerly, wgrked away and listened to old Mark with all his foirmor patience, and without one single feeling of abasement. But one thing that stung him cruelly was the apparent indifference of Meonio. )id she believe that he was des. tituto of that attribute of alhnost every animal--courage P? id she too believe that heo over feared a lord in the land P Oh, if the best and bravest of them would but dare to injure her, she would see who would be her chalmpion--whose bosom would be her shield I A woman's heart is an intricate piece of mechanism, but, unlike the dial of a watch, which betrays its inward disorder, her thee ofton belies her bosom's workings. Menio loved Frank oven more dearly than formerly, but she was hurt to think that other people thought lightly of himn now, and to vei...

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MELTON ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 August 1867

MELTON ROAD BOARID. TIIE ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Board was held' at the ollico, on Friday, 2nd inst., at 3 p.m. The members present wore-Messrs. B. C0 Porter (Chairman), Grant, Ross, Dloylan and Blackwood. The minutes of the lait meeting wore road and confirmed. The Chairman stated that as he was a uaudidate for re-election, and tlhro were more candidates duly nominated than wore required to fill the vacancies, he did not wish to have anything to do with taking the poll, and requested the hoard to appoint a Returning Ollicer. Proposed by Mr. Moylan-"That Mr. Blaekwood beo the Returning Ofilcor, to presidu at the annual olection of members of the Board, on Thursday, the 8th inst." Proposed by Mr. Blackwood, seconded by Mr. Rloss-" That Mr. Grant be the Reoturning Officer, to preside at the annual election on Thursday, 8th inst." Carried. The Returning Officer appointed Mr. Bhlackwood as his deputy, to preside at the poll to be taken at Millett's Hotel, at the Gap; and Mr....

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MELTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 August 1867

IMIELTON, (rnoxr oul owN coRuwsronUN'.) SoMuE mlouthls sinceo, I enlorvoured to draw thue attention of tlh Post Olfico authorities, through the imedilmn of your ohlumns, to the desirability of establishing at Money Order Ollico at our local Post Oflce; but. my efliot to point out what I von tutu to beliovo is oii of the requirements of this district appuea's either never to have raclhdl Iho oars (r to havo ittracted lthe utttoutlio of tho se, pir:ous -Iho they who they imtay-who have chargv of ilie inland M oney Order Offices. I now, therefore, rot'rn to the subject. I maiy isay that int the collduct! of buisiness entrusted to tme, I am in .the nhabit of fi'reltiitly retnittillg sIuns of monley to various personsl; an1ld as we have neither a branch I3nuk nou a Money Order Office in Mhelton, I am olliged to remni, p'er registered let ier, cheqlues, if I imn lucky enough to be able tl to oci them, or if niot, notes, and the balance in postago stanmps--n mod of remnittance that has giv...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 August 1867

IMPOUNDINGS, BACCIIUS MAlIISIL-Im?pouuded, at Bacehus Marsh, on 22nd July, by W,. Murray, trespass Gd, each.d Red and white hlifer, nearer ari'arked, no visible brand; white nobby steer, red oars, no visible brand; white cow, II near shoulder, ,0 over M off ribs; white and red steoor, no visible brand; while steer, red spots, no visible brand. (Tihe two last are coupled.) Dark red and white hllifer, no visible br uId; white heifor, red oars, no visible brand ; white hifer, yellow neck, no visible brand. On. 22nd July, by T'homas Brown, Yaloak Vale, trespass sG. ealh. Grey horse, ILk off neck; bay maro, S oil' choeek, blotch like 8110, conjoined off shoulder. By Thomas Cain, trespas s s, each, Blay mare, HI A oft ncok, S A over B off ribs, WA conjoined near rump; choesnut; matref II near shoulder, c' oil rump; bay nare, 'P.0 dif' neck, K over like IE near shoulder. If nobe.laimed and expenses paid, to be sold 21st August. William Anderson, P'oundkeeper. BALLAN.-l?pouunded a the Shire...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 August 1867

NEWS OF THE WEEK. Election matters are still prominent topics of conversation, and tho requisition to Messrs. John Connell, Louis Scott, and William Anderson, which appears in another column, shows that a consider able amount of interest is being taken in the forthcoming subdivisional elections. No loss than nine candidates are talked of as intending to try their chance for the three seats for Parwau which will have to.b filled up. A special committco meeting of the lBacchus Marsh, 3allan, and 'ontland hlills Farmer's Society was hold on Thursday, at Swanull's Hlotel, Myrniong. Present-Messrs. U. Grant (chairman) W. Anderson, ]lodgson, Johnston, W. Brown, J. Patterson, R. Greoonwell, J. Graham, and W. Laudor. The Secretary laid on the table a report and balanco sheet, which is very volunminous, but we shall give the substance of it next week; indeed, it is an interesting document, containing sugges tions which should induce the members to take a greateo interest in the welfare of th...

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SHIRE COUNCIL, BALLAN. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 August 1867

811IRE COUNCIL, BALLAN. WaV.sNESDY, AUGusT 14. P?'aENT-Councillors Maopherson (President), Atkinson, ])uncan, Graham, UJlake, Millyard, Osborne and Cantwoll. The newly.elected Councillors duly took their seats. Moved by Cr. Duncan, seconded by Cr. Atkinson -" That the Secretary write to the Commissioner of Land and Works respecting Mr. ~ululan's selection, and refer him to his colmmunication of 27th November; and if the expression therein con tained has been carried into effoot, this Council olebrs no further opposition." Carried, Moved by Cr. Atkinson, seconded by Cr. Duncan --" 'hat the Secretary forward to the Presidont of the Board of Land and Works the correspondence relating to the building erected on the land lately selected by Mr. M'Grogor Robertson; and state that this Council having received compensation for the improvements, withdraws all objections to the issue of a license, and requests that Mr. Robortson be placed in possession." Carried. Mr. Darcy wroto, asking that a...

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