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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and Dr. Rae, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 August 1867

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCIIUS MAlRSH, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, (Before 0. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and Dr. Rae, J.P.) Robert Evans v. Joan Dorricntt.-Fraud sum. monu. Dobt--~4 10s. Order for the payment of .L. 10s., and ?1 costs, by monthly instalment of L2; in dofault, ono month. LICENSES.-Mr. G. YWood obtained a Grocer's Licnseo. Messrs. Thomas Akors and Jamyu Egmsa obtained Carriors' Licenses.

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 August 1867

BALLAN, (PRo OURI OWN CORRIiESPONDENT.) T''i stewards of the last Ballan Annual Races hold mooeeting at Flack's Hotel, on Tuesday, 13th nest. The object of the mooting was to consider and finally decide the disputo In refereneo to Mr. W. Duncan's Pedro and Mr. J. L. Crook's. Kaled. It will bo roemlubered that Kaled camo in first for the District Cup at the lato racos, and Pedro second. Mr. Duncan thou and there ontered a protest against Kaled, as not being a district horse. The Stowards at this meeoting took the same view of the case its Mr. Duncan, and" so awarded the C25 stakes to Pedro, as the horse belonged to a reaident of the district, whilst Kalod's owner is at resident of Bacchus Marsh. The Secretary, \fMr. Ilolyoako, was appointed to collect subscriptions. Popular Readings took placo on Wednesday ovening last, in the Mechanics' Institute. The Instituto was crowded, notwithstanding the very unfavourable state of the weather. The gentlemen who superintended the goetting.-up o...

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BALLAN. TUESDAY, AUGUST 13. (Before C. H. Lyon, Esq., J.P., and W. Dunean, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 August 1867

BALLAN,. TiUESDAY, AuoGUs 18, (Beforo C. II. Lyon, Esq., J.P., and W, Duncan, Esq,, J.P.) Androw M'Kenzie was brought up on a charg,, of being drunk and incapable, he having fallen o his horse whilst riding along the main str?et, Ballan. Fined 5s. Mark Lynch v. William Shannon and Andrew Kennedy. This was an information for an nsoult upon Mark Lynch by the defendants, Mark Lynch said: On the 23rd of last month, I had a case in this *Court about a horse which Kennedy claimed from mo,. I gainol the case, and on my way h]ome I called in at Mrs. Telford' public-house. I was talking to a shearer aboat the trial, when Shannon came into the bar, anl struck umo in the mouth with a stick, and knoeekl me down. Kennedy was in Shannon's coiumpal, and he also struck me. Cross-examined by Shannrnt I did not strike Kennedy with my whip. I did not offer to hit you first. William Phillips said: I was in Telford's with Lynch. I was passing the window under the verandah, and saw through the window Sha...

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BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, AUGUST 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 August 1867

IBACCHIIUS MARSII AND DIADDINGLEY DISTRICT ROAD BOARlD,. MONDAY, AUcUsT 12, ORDINhAY meeting. Present - Moessrs. G. i. Patorson (Chairman), WV. Grant, G. Grant, J. Tyson and J. Ryan. The minutes of the previous ordinary meeting wore read and confirmed; also of the spccbil meeting, aind the record of the result of the late olection. CORRESPONDENCE, Mr, HIIa'bord, the Engineer, excused his non. attendance at the Board, owing to being engaged in the Supreme Court, IMelbourne. The Borough Council of Daylesford suggested united action on the part of local bodies in obtain ing legal power to borrow monoys, and liquidate debts incurred by previous Councils, The Ch:airman eaid that ho belioved thie Govern. mont wore fully imprceced with the necessity of carrying out the views of the Daylesford t'ouncil, and would do so. The Roads and Bridget Offico notified that the necessary stops would be taken to gaztteo lIr. 0. U. Patorson as the retiring member. The Alntraliasians proprietors asked the...

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

MOUNT EGERTON. (Fno0r oUst OWN ConIItIZONOENT.) ON the 3rd inst., a very numeorous and influential meetoling of the ratopayors of the West IRiding of the Slire of Ballau. was hold, for theio piurpose of hoeaing the opinions of Mr. John Osboi'ne, of Eumly Park, a candidato for re.olection; - and of Mr. Ralph Wing Tanner, who sought to occupy the. vacaUt s?at. Mr. Bailey was voted to thoe chair, and he called upon Mr. Osborne to address the meoting, [which. that gentleumn accordingly did, in a practical pbooh 'of about an hour's duration. He reonrked that' the questions which ho had to touch upon did not afford scopo for the exhibition of much thought or reflection; and he alcordingly. donflnod himself to figured principally, and showed that out of the entiro revenue of the Shire. Council the West Riding had recoived its share. So satis factory wats lir. Osborne's statomontt considerod to be, that no questions were asked him. Messrs. Foreman and Morris spoke in eulogy of their late ro...

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CENTRAL COMMON SCHOOL, BACCHUS MARSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 August 1867

CENTRAL COMMON SCHOOL, BACCHUS MARSH. Tie soirdo and concert in aid of the school funds, which was announced for Tuesday evening last, successfully took placo on the night appointed; and the wet weather did not seem to have deterred many from coming, as the largo schoolroom was quito crowded. As we mentioned last woeek, the entire providing of the eatables, &o., was entrusted to Mr. W. Watson, and most admirably he per. formed his task, which is creditable to the district, seeing that hitherto local offorts have not sufliced to provide similar concomitants to soirdes. Several ladies of the distriot aided considorably by pro siding at the tables, providing the necessary garniture thereto, and dispensing the good thiings placed upon the board, Altogether the mooting was a groeat success, notwithstanding the wet weather, and the fact that amusements of a social kind have boon very frequent of late. After the tea had been disposed of, J.mes YouNo, Esq., J.P., occupied the chair;...

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

TI- lE NATIONAL BANK O' - AUSTRALASIA. S' BACCHUS MARSH BRANCIL PVAID.UP CAP[TAL . . £540,000 RiSElRVE FUN.D . . . £130,000 CTJURIR NT RATES of INTEREST ALLOWED On Moniks deposited for fixed periods. JOHN CONYNGHAM M'CAUSLAND, S'iMLnageyor. £ 1 REWARD! : 'TRAYED from Myrnlong, on 13th Juno, DAY t. FILLY, branded LW nou'r sido, unidr saddle, ,The abovi roward will be paid to any one brioingg the filly to Mr. I?iAN's] 1lo'rI;, lyrnlong, or to -Mr. 8111n,,j, (Gisborno. HORSES. W ELLIjB11HED woihllt.caLrrying HACKS, by " Sliuggard," "(Orund Diuio," and "St. Andrew," art 1'01 F SALE at UALLANEE, May 20, 1817. G. WOOD, VWHOLEISALB AND U1.ITAIL Wine & Spirit Merchant, BACCIIUS MAR1SI, 1) EGIS to aninouni to the iulhabilanl s of IBuclihus .1.) Marsh and th( unirrouiding niighbourhood thatl he will OPEN, (n SATIllM)AY, the 10ilr A UGUST, with a Choico andt Sluperior Stoou, alnd rouic'mtfully invit(.s (n inpl)c(tion and trial, f.uling ionlldont tlatt thU highi quality und mlodii(rat) ...

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

TO SQUATTERS, Under Royal Lottore Patent. William Henry Allen's IOTOIROT OINTMENT. In Cases 18 l'otn each, at l0os, d. per Pot. 'I'lis l'reparation is the only radical Remo dv for uo'trot in Sheeop one Pot will dress and cure ono hundred Shoop. ILLEN'S COMPOUND DISINFECTANT SOLUTION. Foe TltE CUR1 OF SCAB. In Caska and Ilogshelads at 7a. Gd. per gallon; one gallon sufficient for sixty gallons of Slhopwash. Shoep.owners can confidently rely on those remedies, which have stood unrivalled for the last six years, ia the best, sitlplest, and cheapest ismeans over employed for the oradication of FOOT O;0'1' and SCAB, in acknowledgomont of which W. II, Allen holds innumerable Certificates, and a ''ust imonial ol1d Modal, valued at FIFTY GUINEAS ALILN'S DISINFECTANT COMPOUND SOLUTION, For the Curo of Scab in Sheop. TE8TIMONNI L. We, the undersigned, examined Six Shoop placed on the grounds adjoining the office of the Govern ent Dist)illeries previous to their being dipped in SAllena's Compo...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 August 1867

A'ITURDAY, AUGUST 17, 18G7. THE case of SArINE v. BONE Ihas occ0upied the attention of the whole colony for a period of nearly a week, and has been made the subject of leading articles in the Auls andl Agc, and possibly in many other journals likewise. The reports of the evidence taken in the Supreme Court have been most volu iminous; and, altogether, the case has been so fully laid before the public that we think it would be unwise on our part to attempt to place, our readers in possession of tih facts of this unfortunate trial; especially as the space at our disposal would not permit of more than a very brief' synopsis of the statements made in and .out of the Supreme Court, which would very possibly not do justice to the inerits of either the plaintiffs' or defendant's cause. .:As a local journal, however, we think it should fairly be expected of us that some record be made in our columns of this note worthy incident in local life and manners. We will simply say, then, that the c...

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MARKETS. BORDER FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 August 1867

MARK ET S. BORDER FLOUR MILLS. Mr. James Young reports :--Flour, £11 10s, to £12 10s.; wheat, 4s. to 4s. 3d. per bushel; bran, is. per bushel; pollard, is. 2d. to Is. Od. MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, AuausT'14. _M. PM'CAW AND ANOTIIEI, Produce Brl'okers, Royal Horse Ilazanr, Melbourne, roport pricos realised for the week ending 14th August, 1867, as follows :-Victorian wheat, 4s. Gd, to 4s. lid. per bushel; Victorian feed oats, 28. to 3s, 3d.; Tas inanian food oats, 2s. 4d. to 2s. 7d.; perennial grass seed, 3., to (i:J, (d .; prairie grass seed, 4s. ad. to Gs. Gd.; pressed hay, £1 to £1 4s. per ton; chaff, £3 to £3 5e.; putatous, £2 to £3; bacon, 5Gd. to Oid, per lb.; haums, 9id, to lld.; chooeese, Oad.; potted butter, 8d. to Is.; inferior ditto, 4d. to .ld.; frosh butter, Is, to ls, 31d,; lard, Gd.; eggs, 11hd. to s,. ld. per dozen. MaIEssm. DAmneI;mOY CAClurnErs, AND Co. report, August 14-Fat Cattle: 930 forward for the week. This is the smallout supply we have had for some time, which m...

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

BLACKWOOD. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) STEPS have been taken towards initiating Popular Readings at Blackwood. The first of a series will be given on Wednesday next, in aid of the erection of a Mechanics' Institute at Blackwood. Mr. Candage has kindly given the use of his beautiful room and piano, a kindness for which the Com- mittee feel deeply grateful. However humble the efforts of the readers may be, it must be admitted that the object is a good, one; and it is to be hoped that the public will come forward generously, and give their hearty support towards raising an insti- tution which must redound to their profit and credit. I have very little mining news to report. The True Blue Company are raising splendid stone; the company wash up to-morrow; the plates look splendid; 1½s. per ton is expected. The wash-   up of the Cornish Company is thought to be slight. The Lerderderg Company have crushed; the yield was payable, giving uabout £13 per man per month over all e...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. FORGET ME NOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 August 1867

ORIGINAL POETRY. FORGET ME NOT.   WE wandered in the soft moonlight To the fount of Thuor's grove, And Luna's rays were beaming bright On our path of plighted love; And silence reigned through the flow'ry dell, For the hour had come to part; No sound was heard save the vesper bell And the throbbing of the heart. The sun had set, and the twilight hours   Spread fleet shades o'er the vale; The moon beam'd silver light on the flowers, And the twinkling stars were pale. 'Twas just the hour to dream and love, But we were doomed to part;   "Nature was hushed, save the song of the dove   And the throbbings of the heart.   'Twas sad her look and mournful tone, Her pale and tearful cheek ; She murmured a prayer to God alone, In words too warm to speak. She breathed a prayer of fervent love Upon that pure and holy spot; Her words were echoed through the grove— "Ah, forgot—forgot me not !" With the thoughtless crowd I've often la...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

Border Mills Store, BACCIJUS MARSH. JAMES YOUNG, DESIRES to return his sincero thanks to his 11 numorous friends and customers for the very liberal patronage accorded to him during the past few months, and also bogs to call their atton tion to his large and well assorted STOCK OF WIN'TER GOODS, IN CLOTHIING AND DRAPERY, Including Men's dark doe Suits Boys' and Youths' Suits Inverness Capes French M?rinos and Co. Pilot and Whitney Coats burgs Tweed and doe Trousers Plain andchoekWinceys and Vests Shalloys and Mohliirs Cord and mole Trousers Shawls and Mantles Crimean and Scotch Blankets and Flannels twill Shirts Moleskin and Corduroys Flannels, Drawers, and Tweeds and Doeskins Undershirts Grey and white Calicoes Hats, Caps, and Urn- Hosiery and Habor brellas dashory &c. &c. &o,, Which have been carefully selected at somto 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 stock...

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ELEPHANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

ELEPI[ANTS. Tin, following remarks appear in COambcl's's Journal, while reviewing a book by Sir Emerson Temnent, called the " Wild Elo plhnt :" We confess that it is a shook to our feolin's to learn that an elephant is not so very largo after all, the Ceylon species seldom exceeding nine feet; and it is a terrible thing to be told that there never was such a thing' as a white eleplnant. It is not only as rarely to be seen as a black swan (that we coul~ have tolerated, firom its early associations connected with the Latin Granlmanr), but it is not to be seen at all. What has been taken for one has been merely an elephant who is alln albino. "'' The tint is little else than It flesh colour, rendered somewhat more conspi cuous by the blamching' of the skin, and the lightness of the colourless hairs with which it is splrsely covered." Moreover, Sir Emerson calmly assures us tlhat the tusk of an elelhant is not an oitfnsive weapon. ''lhe chief reliance of the elephant for defence is on i...

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GREAT CIVIC FETE IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

GREAT CIVIC FETE IN PA1IS. 'Ill: following is till account of a grand ball given by the City of Paris in honour of the visit of several kings and Emperors to to the Exhibition :-The ball was on such an iul monso scale as to render it impossible to know who of the illustrious personages had arrived and what direction they had taken. You heard of the arrival of the Emperor and Empress, the EmLperor of' Ilssia, the King of Prussin, the Prussitn Prince anld Princess Royal, the Grand Dukes of Russia, someo Royal GCerman Princes, and other disting'uished persons; but it was ditlicult, and in most instances impossilhe, to approach thelt,. You were over huddled uip with i crowd of people in military uniforms, wearing various decora tions, iand by taxing the greatest ingenuity you could scarcely esaepe trealditng upon the trains of the ladies. '1o find a seat or any corner for repose was ardently ldesired andi not always obtained. The sound of music was almost deadened by the rustle of the c...

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AGRICULTURAL. OPINIONS OF A FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

AGRI0 ULTURAL. OPINIONS OF A FARMER. I wisn to give you my views on some of the questions concerning' farmers, on which there sooeems to be diffbrence of opinion. I am noear 50 years old, was always a fi'rmer, as wore my ancestors as fhr buck as I can trace them.r My opinions are fbrmed on experience and experinents that satisfy mie, whether they do otheri's or not. OPmINION I.- av should be cut when in full bloom, as till 1plants contain most sac charino mutter thelon, and consequently are more nutritious if used for food. If hny is left later the sug'ar turns to woody fibre. Wood and sugmr are cheomically the same. II.-All henvy or clayvy soils should be ploughed in toe autlumn, so that thl friosts of winter miy p)ulverise them and kill the g'erms of insects' deposited in the soil for the next soilson. I ll.-The best wny to raise calves is to take thei fi'om the cow as soon as dropped. ..If possible, never lot them suck, as they lenrn to eat or drink sooner, and there are no sore ...

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BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

13ALLA]IA1T Il. ARKET Ildssusi. IIPIoLiN AND J'?I,:oNAInn report: 'The stock yarded wore 503 cattlo, 48 calves, 5224 shoop and 287 ]libs. Fat, Cattle: A. full supply, chiely of good quality, with an average attendtance of buyers; pl'iccs in colnsequelllce were labout 15s. a head lower than lIst wook, though wo aro utill able to quoto best boof at fromn 25s, to ;10.s. per 100 lb. Quotations: leoat bullocks, J10 to.£10 5s.; good ditto, 17 to I); medium and inferior ditto, from eiJ 1Us. upl; cows at proportionate rates. Fat Calvcs: An average nuuober to hand, imny of which were very smlanll and'of inferior quility, and only saleaouble aft noulinal prices. IThlo ow good in, howoevr, aold well as usual, vi:., from 28s, to HOs. Fat Sheep: Supply was an average one, with prices for most part about is. a head lower than piorvious week. Quotations: Be?t wothers (say 54 lbs. to 5 llhs.), from 13.s to 15s. Gd.; good and medium, 8. Gd. to 10s.; inferior, from sG. up. Fat Lambs: A largo number i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

IMPOUNDINBGS. 13?ALLAN.-Impounded on 27th July, by Tho.li Cantvcll, trespass Oid. Roan heifer calf,'no visible brand, On 28th July, by Thomas Conroy, 5s;, Strawberry .heifer, off car marked, like !T'I near rump,. On 21tll. July, by C. Carey, trespass 5s. each, Black horsq, no visible brand; bay cult. JKI near shoulder; bity nuire, diamond over HI near shoulder f 'bay filly foal, no visible brand; bay colt, small star, J noear shoulder; bay filly, blind off oye, no visiblo brand, If not claimeid and uxpoilsea paid, to be sold on 28th August. On 8th August;, by C. I., Lyon, Esq., lialladee, trespn s 2s. Bay niaro, star, saddle marked, TN near shoulder ('T piit'on dingonally). If not claimed and oxponso; paid, to be sold on 4th September. On 9thl Aug., by C. I1. Lyon, ,sq,, Ballanee, trespass 2u. Red and white heifor, like MC off ribs; strawberry heifor, near car slit, no visible brand. On 11th August, by Mr. John P'urcoll, trespass 2a. St;raw berry heifer, red cheecks and errs, like b...

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GISBORNE UNITED DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

GISIBORNE UNITED DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. .Il'nT B]oard met on the 10th August. Prcaent Mosers, Robertson (Chairnum), Wilson, Campbell, and l.lussey. Tlhe minutes of tho.previous meooting-wore.read and confirmed. Mr.' Michaol Brady, after .mlking the usual declarat.ion, took hiais seat as a 'moumbor of the Board. Letters sent werc'soad and approved. _ Corresppndenco received hfrom Alexander Brock, Ross Watt, R. M'DIregor, Clerk of bth DotLn'brook Road lBoad, Brynn and Miurphy, Ohairman of the Donnybrook Road Board, the Mayor of IDayledford, Palmer and- Iodderwick, the proprietors of the tahstralasita, Sands and M'Dougall, Sir Redmond Biurry, tho Secrotary of the Shiro of Strath; floldsaye, John .Egan, and a petition 'from the inhabitants of..Bullongarook. . The Clerk was instructed to write to all persons interested, asking if they had any objection to the road applied for being granted to Mr. Morand; to the Chairmnau of the Donnybrook. and Walhit Wallan Board, sending particulars asked...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

SATURDAY, 'AUGUST 24, _1807. Tii i Logislativo Counicil has again preci pitiated Coistitutional Governuicnt into an unwoorkable condition: On Tiwusday iright it rojected the Applopriation .]ill, bociirse it contiined one itemi which wvas objectedu to by. hon nmembers. What that item wans we need not say; but -idltlibhtlgh a groat parado was matde of the constitutional prilwillcss involved iii its insortion ill the At, thoronal litestion: at issue was whether or not the people of this colony.u s51hould Ibe llwed to roeeolponloe Sir CuAnES DtARLING for laving idlowed his: Ministors to resist an attempt made to control the undoubted -right of the Leglisltive Assembily to deal ivithlthe ii fliiicin a pition of the countiry. A? 'they did in 185, so did the Council in 18(]7;. they used their legal ilght. to thlii~o\, ouit the Appropriation Act, because by no constitutioual means. could they deprive the Assemnbly of its power to vote muoney. to wh\ilui it :pleases. In taking tills oxtreme ...

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