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PRESBYTERY OF MACEDON AND WERRIBEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

PRESBYTERY OF MACEDON ANDI WERRIBEE. Tue: above Presbytery met on Tuesday last, at noon, in the Presbyterian Church, Gisborne. Present-Revs. J. Lambio (Moderator), J. Meek, J. Scott, W. Henderson and J. Black, minis ters; and Messrs. J. Robertson and J. Young, elders. Mr. Lambie reported having preached at Newhami, and presented a petition from that congregation praying to be annexed to Woodend, and to have regular supply of service granted to them in connection there with. As Woodend is at present connected with Kynctan, it was moved by Mr. Henderson, and seconded by Mr. Meek-" That the Clerk be instructed to write to the session and congregation of Kyncton, and to the congregation of \Voodend, asking their consent to thie arrangement proposed by the congregation at Ncwham." hMr. Scott reported that, in accordance with the appointment of Presbytery. he went to Molton on 2?th July, and to Sunbury on the day following; that he found the Melton congregation willingl to be dis. joined ...

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MELTON COMMON SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

DMELTON COMMION SCH-OOL. 'Jmx> Committooee met on Mondaky evenhig, the 19th. inst. Members present worc-Messrs. Blackwood (hlon. crrespondent), Pairkinson (chiirman), Ferris, Graham, Ross, Mr'Lood, Peart, Carew, Scott, M'Phurson, M'Konzio and Oldershaw (hon. secre. tary), r. r. laokwood explained that by an over sight Mr. Oldorshaw had not boon apprised of ithp tihe and place of the meeting between the sub. comniittoo and Mr.' Roberts. IMessrs. Blackwood, Ferris and Ross reported in substance that they had had an interview with Mr. Roborts, when he was asked how it was that he did not teach the junior classes. "lie replied that it was in consequene -of. a letter received from Mr. M'Plhorson, the late heon. secretary; and with respret to the blue eye of Mr. M'Phorson's child' that was ad accident..' Tho facts wore that' lhe was busily engaged' teaching a :class, aiid a group of childron "would persist in making a noise after -having- boon told not to do.so; and with a view to frig...

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MELTON MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

EIE'LTON IECIIANICiS' INSTITUTE. TuEr Co0nuittee of thoe Melton Mechanies' Instituto gave their first Popular Readiugs, in the Common School, on Friday evening, 15th inst, There was a good atltenduneo, though it was remarked there was i largo proportion of children present, who had boon admitted at half-price, or lid. each. S. T. Sta.ughton, Esq., presided, and opened the lprocecdings in a neat speech, showing the edvan tahges to be derived from gapthorings of the kind, and promuininig to support, the Melton Popular RIealdings, noti only Iy his attend,tnce, but by takling a part on a future occasion. Mr..llallat cominonced the eutertainimelnt with at recitation from " Henry VILI." [ I'. r.ullm u has a voice well suited for oloct itiomry lpupose., but would recite none the worse were he to infuse aL little inure lire and emIphauesis. lie was, however, well received, and will, no doubt, improve is ith a little care and practice. DMr Tutlloh read a story, the efftect of which would lih...

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PROSPECTUS OF THE BALLAN SHIRE STANDARD. Published Saturday, 24th August, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

PRO S PE CTUS 01 TIlE 133ALLAN SHIRE S'AN IDARl), PPublished Saturday, 241th August, 1807. 'rIE growing importance of the Shire of Ialan dellltllltds thl t it shoull have ia more exclusively local organ in the newsplapler press thnllt it has hitherto possessed. Its interests have not been by any imeans neglccted in this respect during the past twelve months; but at the siuno time there is tv Ifnudble anmbition in every township to possess a nOewsulper of its own. The pro prietors of the B]ALLAN SIIflni STANDAID, ill issling this, the first number of that journal, believe tlialt they will thoroughly sntisfy that ambition. iNs conceaolnent is desired to be made of the fact thiat the STANDARnn will be printed at the B]acchus Marsh 1Espress Oflico. Inlded, this is one of the stiong points in favour of' the STANDAID, a3 ft local organ ft r Bnllhha; as by: thus conm biniig the i'esources of the towinships of iUnllan and '3icchdis Mairslh a paper :is pro duc?.elfr encly twnshipi, thiorougl...

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

TO SQUATTERIS. Under Royal Letters Patent. William Henry Allen's FOOT1RO1 OrIN r1iMEJNri In Cases 18 Pots each, at 10s, 6d. per Pot. This Preparation is the only radical Rot*,dv for Fotrot in Shleep; one 1'ot will dress and curo one hundred Sheep. A\ITI?N'S COMPOUND N.DISINFECTANT SOrfU'T'ION. Foa 'rllii CUIIas O ScAn. In Casks and logsheads at 7s. 6Id. per gallon; one gallon sufficient for sixty gallons of Sheepwash. Sheep.owners can confidently rely on those remedies, which have stood unrivalled for the last six years, as the best, simplest, and cheapest eCans over employed for the eradication of FOOT ROT and SCAB, in acknowledgement of which W, II. Allen holds innumerable Certificates, and a 'Pestihnonial Gold Modal, valued at FIFTY GUINEAS ALLEN'S DISINFECTANT COMPOUND SOLUTION, For the Cure of Scab in Sheep. TESTIMONIA LS. We, the undersigned, examined Six Shoeep placed on the grounds adjoining the oflice of the Govern tenat Distilleries previous to their being dipped in " Alle...

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MARKETS. BORDER FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

MARIKETS. BORDRlt FLOURt 1MIILL3, iMr. James Young reports :-Flour, .11 10s. to £13 10s.; wheat, 4s. to 4s, 3d. per buishal; bran, Is. per bushel; pollard, is. 2d. to 1s. Od. MELBOURNE, WaINsMDA , Auouaur 21?. M1, M'CAw AND ANoTHER, Produce Brokers, Royal Horseo azaar, Molbourne, report prices realised for the weook onding 21st August, 1867, as follows :-Victorian wlioheat, 4s. 8d. to 4s. Od. per bushol; Victorian food oats, 2s. 81d. to 3s.; perennial grass seed, 4s, to (s.; prairie grass seed, 5s. 3d. to Is.; pollard (bags included), sle.; pressed hby, .i4 to £4 4s. per ton; chnff, £3; potatoes, £3; bacon, 5d. to Dd, per lb,; hamus, Od. to 10d.; .cheese, 7-d, to 11vd.; potted buttor, 8;d. to is.; infoeior ditto, 31d. to 6Id.; frosh butter, 10:d, to 1s. ld.; lard, Gid. to 6d.; honey, ad.; eggs, 10d.to is. per dozen; bullock hides, 21d. per lb. MESsRa. D)AL)IAHOY CAIIMPEIII AND Co. report., August 21-Fat Cattle: 1300 head were brought forward for the week. The results of the sales ef...

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

BACCIOIUS MARSH MONTHLY SALE, . ATWUDAY NIXT Aufu?stb 818t. WT ANDERSON bogs to notify thliathis usuil . Monthly Salo will be hold at tho Border Inn Yards, on SATURDnAY. noxt, at Two o'ulook, whon will be offorad:- 2 toia .lotatoos Parm Stock and Produoo. QUADRILLE ASSEMBLY. D BAIN bogs to announce that ho has made . arrangements tio hold DANCING ASSEM. 3LIES in the Hall of tho MNuneANIos' INsTI'U'IT, B]aoohus Marsh, on MONDAY and FS1IDAY evonings, commoucing at Soven o'lock and termnni nating at Ton o'clock. Admission--On Shilling. August 10, 1867.

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MELTON ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

MELTON ROAD UBOA1D. 'l'un ordinary fortnightly' mooting of the 'Board wtu held at the oflico, on Friday, 10th inst., at 3 p.um. The memtbers present wore-Messrs. S. 'I!. Slttgliton (Chairman), Ross, Blackwood,'Moylan and Ryan. The latter took his seat in the course of the ihootlung,hlavilg made and signed the deola ration required before James Young, Esq., J.P. The minutes of the last meooting were iead and confirmed; ivith the addition of " no seconder" to Mr. Moylan's motion that Mr. Blackwood be the Returning Oflicer. Copies of letters written since last' meetiug were' read and approved. Correspondence received wns-Statemultt of aedounts from manangrs of Koilor Plains toll, onclosin'g choque for £5 17s.,'amoiunt duo to this Boaird; from tho Shire of Sh'aithfloldsaye, sug gesting the advisability of bodies under the Act No. 176 subscribing to retain standing counsel; statoeent of accounts .front umangoe of the Gap toll, for Juno, July and August, enclosing cheque for £18 Gas. 2d.;...

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

MELTON. (i'noc OUIR OWN CORniESPON DENT.) Tl?m accuracy of my report of the last meeting of our School Committee has boon questioned, and the comiucnts thereon are not deeomed satisfactory by a portion of the Committee, and I got slightly hauled over the coals in consequence. In fact, it was broadly hinted by one gentleman that repro. so•tatives of the Press should not be allowed to attend the meetings, unless they wore more correct in their reports. Another gentleman regards sonic portion of my colnments as a slur upon the School Coummittoe. Ho also is of opinion that aIr. M'llwraith has been hold up to ridicule and contempt by meo; which, being intbrpreted, menus -Tlhat certain monmbers of our School Conmmittee, like certain other greater persons in this world, do not like their proceedings reported just as they occur. Their uttorances do not porhaps read as woll nas they would like, but surely I am not answerable for that, I vrinture to agree with an extract from All the Year IRo...

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BLACKWOOD. BLACKWOOD POPULAR READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

BLAOKWOOD. BLACKWOOD POPULAR READINGS. T'I? first of a series of Popular Readings took place on Wednesday evening last, at Mr. Candago's Assembly Rooms, (colden Point; and notwith standing the short notice and the bad weather, some 150 persons attended from all parts of the district. The chair was occupied by E. IBaber, Esq., J.P,, who opened the entertainmenont with an address, which we regret not having space to print. Messrs. Croker, Naylor, Woolf and Carru thors played admirably together (on the piccolo, flute, violin and concertina) a very protty selection of waltzes, which was well received. Mr. Henry Walkcer then read a funny story frtom a work on Popular Readings-Jenkins, a Yorkshire butcher, turning music master-which was amusing, but not quite the style for the reader, thh Yorkshire dialoct not being his forte. Mr. Walker was applauded. Mr. Naylor, schoolmaster at Simmons Reef, next gave the much-admnired but hackneyed song, "' addlo Your Own Canoe," in a very creditable s...

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SEIZURES FOR MINISTERS' MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

SEOIZrEIis 1ou MsrIINs?"i'rS' MIONwEY.-At noon, on Saturday, there was another of those discreditable s"eeue which have boon rather common, of late, at the Cross,. Piled up in confused heaps there wore chairs and other articlcs of household furniture, a lot of riding switches, an eight-day clock, a lot of hlaes, oand a fiddle! Among other parties who llad their goods exhibited in this way wore, we believe, Mr,. Westron, jeweller; Mr. Dunn, iron monger; IMr. Burn, and Mr. Temple, provision deilers, The articles wore knocked down amid the jeers of the crowd, which consisted of a very -nothley crow, not very likely to bid high for the articles ofllred for sale. Mr. i)unn was duo 2s, a1nd the expenses amounted to 15s.-T'1he ministers' inen played Profeesor Kirk rather a scurvy trick laet week, It will be remembered that, a few cukes sgo, a handsomne easy chair of the Professor's Wlyn carried away by Mr. Caw and his assistants. It was bought at the Cross, and sent back to the o0aler with...

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THE FACTORY CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

TIlE ,'PACTOI~Y CHILD. Thil fattory child went on its way All woary iand rapining: Oh! brightly with thu sumiaer day Iloth heaven alnd oarth wore shining; And it thought how ?awut it were to play 'Mlid the lowers and cornt and new-mown hay, And thu bowery bushes twining. 'Tlim town was hot with i furImt o heat, And the sky was dark with tuuoke, lBut a wood wilnd citllm down\ tbo nIarow stroot, Aall again it thought, "lhlow uwet, how sweot, Where the daisies grow, and th11 watelr fleet roln thue mill-whlo l'ms whirling sI roike "' [Lut it heuard its mother's voice behind, Rhubuking its said dulay, ,'For th boll had cca?sed; tand sorrow 1Ilind, .I1 thought how tho aIggard woa lpnishecd ttnd hined, Of the heavy task and timhe home unkind, And thie hot, close, hungry day.

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(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

(inor.O OUl OWN COI?IEnPONDI?NT.) A "sECOND IlllTilorial has emanntod from th0 Ballarat Mining.Board, iecolnlmoudinb a variety of useful, and I might add desirable ameondnmnnts in the Mining Statute, 1805,. That the oxisting measure roquires auendonent theore cannot' be the slightest doubt, as it was sihnply based on the Goldfields Acts which proceded it, without any duo regard to the altered requirements of the mining population of our gold fiolds. Minig legislation is in its infancy and must, therefore, be crude and imperfect. A marked alteration is clearly visible in the condition of the miner; he is no longer a nomadic being, loading that roving life unsuited to nearly every species of the human race, with the exception of the IDohouiaun of the forest or the Bledouin of the doeort. Changes have taken place, as important as they are likely to be beneficial. In the early days of colonial mining history, the very dregs of Australian society wore drained out on our goldflclds, to mi...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] THE MADDINGLEY CEMETERY. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

CORRESPO.NDEN OE, " sreot retsplosiblec for t?he onpi?snlons expressed ' 11I MADDIN(OLEY CEMETERY. To thl Editor of the Express. z. I.s tilo ddingley (Gonoral Coemetory to be "ed t to ematin for over in the sa?ne apparnltly :I' .ectc!d conditiotn'which it is in at tho present , Judging fromn appearances, one would ,(t itotginei that the 'rl'ttstoes httid long sinco a fathered to their fathers, r and that all , %ts of theto were ailost buried in oblivion. ,"is io that no money has boon expended in aontig it, hy jplanting at number of trees and SI, when tho present soneason has beoon so owlle for performing eitch a work ? It, cannot 'u wa"nt. of funds, for it is well-known to tho ', 11w that th trust( s havo a nlrgo stun of money itit, I mtll informed that it, is about, four yeu's ., he last iecting of the trustees was held. If s:f tsro i:cotmpielet to perforti the duties ;i.',ing ul|ot themi, why don't they resign, aind a \Wii' for others, who would ,onlduet the mt,. in a proper tman...

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

OG ORDONS. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24. (Before J. M. Clow, Esq,, P.M.) Lynch v. Walsh. Mr. Miller for the pl.iutiff. 'lhlis was i case in which Lynch sued for £2 17s., for wages duo, After some able pleading onl the part of the plaintiff's solicitor, £1 9s. was awarded. -dorrell v. Wilkinson. Mr. Miller for the plaintiffl . Morrell claimed trospass, The caSs was dismissed, for want of jurisdiction. At the termination of the Court, we were givent to uudcrstand that it wasi tho intention of the police magistrate to hold the Court at 12 o'clock. instead of It o'clock as heretofore.

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BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. TUESDAY, AUGUST 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

IACCIIUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. TUESDAY, AUGUsT' 20. S'P:CIAL MEETING, called to consider the financial po1ition of the Board, Present-Mr. G. G. Pater son (chlirman) j Mossrs. W. Grant, J., Tyson, G. Grant, and J. Ryan. A letter was road from the Manager of the National Bank, Bacchus Marsh, requesting the Board to take steps to reduce its present overdraft of .2,77 ,189. 7d., and stating that Mr. Jeremiah lyan iihad withdrawn his guaranteeo of a portion of the 21,000 originally allowed to be overdrawn. Tlia Clerk laid on the table the following ,tatemint:t LIABILrTIE.s. Overdraft, Gonoeral Fund.....................01002 6 0 Main Road Construction Account...... 1049 9 7 lIalance duo on contracts................ 100 0 0 .£3,057 15 7 ASSETS. ; lHalanco of main road Toll Fund....,,.. £125 7 2 lhcreased main road subsidy of 1806 5009 2 0 Main road subsidy, 1807.................. 837. 10 0 lialnceo of endowment (aniount not known) ... . Dog Fees . .........„.......... ....

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POPULAR READINGS. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

POPULAR READINGS. Tb thl E.ditor of tho E?pircss. r,-1 wish to draw your atention, and through ru tie atteotion of the Committees of the ~vral Mlechanics' ]ustituto, to what I consider an :nmely in the namo of these ontortailnents, l0?uogh they arue allod "Readings," and spoken Sf'is combining amusement and instruction, I id ti?t, rendings are only at small proportion of r voevnirg's .entortainment, A great deal of the ii1Oc is devoted to musical eflorts, certainly credit. !, in overy way to the performors, but still, u??yineg too much thio tolustify the namoo givon ,, the entenrlnmuont, Thse, with tho vocal :',,rts of our local "singstora," to miy mind, makne. I'opular Concerts" t far more appropriate name, tlugh inot entirely correct. I thiln the Committees should ondeavour at l?at to induce some gentle.men to consont to deliver a lecture on souor interoating sul4joet, which might combine the amusemeno t and instrue tio, so much spoken of, but-as far as the :Etruction is concerned...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BALLAN. TUESDAY, AUGUST 13. (Before J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS, BALLAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, (Before J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M.) Miller v; Fairbairn,. Settled out of Court. T'homias Hlamilton, Esq., applied for a search warrant, that gentleman's house having been broken into on lMonday night, and nul y vahlable airticles stolen therefrom. When questioned as to whether he suspected any person or persons, Mlr. Hamilton could not say, Thoe ]onch said that a search warrant could not be granted, unless Mr. Hamilton would name definitely some person or porsons whom he suspcoted of the robbery or concealing the stolen property. They could not issue a warrant upon general grounds. 'lThe warrant was refused. Ballan Shire Council v. Thomas Etheridge, Thomas Smith, George Smith, James Stewart, John Ward, Willian Fielding, John Podger, John Nott, John Elsegood and Williamn Barfoot. Rates —10s. in each case. Verdicts for amounts, with 1L 12s. Gd. costs, except in the case of James Stewart, whose costs were reduced to 2s. 6d., owing to hi...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 August 1867

NEWS OF THE WEEKX. A speioal enquiry was made by the Bacehus Marsh Road Board, on Tuesday' last, into the working of the prcsent system of impounding cattle off' the roads of the township, by employing La 'Road Ranger. Consideorable interest appeaoed to be taken in the proceedings, and an almost unanimous desire was expressed by the ritoep.yers who gave their verbal opinion that the Road hIangor should be. takon oil' all roads except the main road; and Mr. Ryan oven objected to this, arguing that if they had a Rlager, he should be ompowered to impound off all roads substantially fenced, It was likewise urged that the residents on the main road had no more right to be protected than those residing further away. To this argument we think the answer is, that the Road Ranger, if confined to the main road, the Maddingloy road as far as the bridgo, and Church street as far as the Presbyterian Church, would not protect landowners merely, but the property of the Booard, and the convenience ...

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

BIRTH.   RAE.-On the 21st inst., at Bucchus Marsh, the wife of Wiliam Rae, Esq1., J.P, of a daughter.

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