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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and Dr. Rae, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 31 August 1867

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS BACCHUS MARSH WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28. (Before C. Shuter, Esq,, P.M., and Dr. Rae, J.P.) Cardell v. Bence. ; Goods--£8 10s, No appear- ance for defendant, ,Verdict for amount, with 6s. costs, BALLAN. TUESDAY, Avousv LSO, (before Dugald Maophorson, sq, JP, and Walter tDuncan, Esq., J:].,) Robertson v. Radloy. Robertson sought to ejoot Ibadloy from a house in which, ho had boon living for years, upon the ,Ballan Farmers' Commnion, land which complainant had seleoted under the 42nd clause. Mr. 1)avoron, on behalf of Mr. King, solicitor, who had boon retained by the defendant, asked for an adjournment, as Mr. King was in town upon iuportant business. The jurisdiction of thlo Court would be disputed. The case was adjourned. The Beonch ntimated that the Court days would be altered from Tuesday to Thursday, until further notice.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 31 August 1867

MARRIAGE. SHANNON-SHAW.--At the residence of the bride, on the 20th inst., by the Rev. Father Dunn, William Shannon, farmer, Ballan, to Mary, widow of the late John Shaw, of the Traveller's Rest Hotel, on main Ballarat road.

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GISBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 31 August 1867

GISBORNE, (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT,) The Murray Troupe performed here two nights, and the Mechanics' Institute was crowded upon both occasions. The performances were most varied and amusing. Mr. Murray and Miss Melville were loudly applauded in the charming little piece, "A Pair of Pigeons;" and Mr. O'Neill, by his singing and dancing, would have kept the audience amused for hours. He was encored three times. The child sleeping in the air, which Mr. Murray to all appearance succeeded in showing to the audience, is to view incom prehensible. The whole performance is good, and the Murray Troupe would be warmly welcomed again.

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 31 August 1867

NEWS OF THE WEEK, The. first half-yearly meeting of the members of the Bacohus Marsh Racing Club will be held at the Border Inn on Monday night, All the members should endeavour to attend, as it is desirable that every exertion should be made to thoroughly establish the club,. On Tuesday, 24th September, the following allotment of Crown lands will be offered for sale at Gemmell, Tuckott's rooms, Melbourne --Allot ment 2, section 16, 110a; 6p., upset price £2 per .are; valuation, £-, Situated within two miles and a half south-west of Rowsley,- adjoining Messrs. Griffiths and Greeno's purchased land, Allotments 1 and 2, section 11, parish of Gor rockburkghap, situate on the south bank of the Worribee river, will be open for leasing at Mel bourne on and after Thursday, 19th September. Valuation, £330. Amusement seekers will find their requirements agreeably satisfied during the tour of the Murray Troupe through Bacchus Marsh, Myrniong, Ballan, Gordons, Egerton, Simmon's Reef and Barry'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 31 August 1867

1E NATIONAL BANK OF A. ISTRALASI -. .T.N. ?,AOCHUS MARSH BRANOH PAID. UP CAPITAL .. £ 540,0 00 RESEIRV FUND . . . £1 0 0 0 C URRIENT RATES of INTEREST ALLOWED On Monoys deposited for fixed poriods. JOHN 00NYNGHAM M'CAUSLAND, au. ;'" rniigoFrF' I ..~HIRE COUNCIL, BALLAN. S EAL?DTUNDE'RS, addresaod to tlioi'roesidnt of tlfo Couli'cil; will bo recoloved until WED NEqLAY, the Ilth dlay of Septomlnbr, 1867( at the hour of 11 ami., for the following i ýiorlh, For the making of,00,QQ Bricks. Pllans and specifications may be soon at the Counoil O!icb;iNhilliLdi; 'e'lbo 1w'oiest d?inf tondor not necessarily avcqpted, r ::.i:-; By order o4f theAounoils , eal ; --; Serotary, August, 20th, t 8(17" 8 :'- ."'; ' ...?: REDUCTIQNo:(:N '! , ItID'? UCTJuI NJ 1 To suilt Ith: Tioe. BORDR. . :NN, 'BAC0CUS 1 rAR "r '. JONES bogs to. uminoundo td the p'iblio that * he has reduced hip :O PEOr oo1 PRICES in the BOTTLING, DBEPARTIrENT, selling tho same quality of articlo as lie ::has done for tho last ton ye...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE NIGHT OF TERROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 31 August 1867

ORIGINAL POETRY. THE NIGHT OF TERROR.   What, meteor-like, with wild affright, Rushed past, with avalanche's might ? And woke the echoes of the glen Till rooks gave back the shriek again. I see it now, I hear it still— My heart still feels the terror thrill ! Upon my brow the clammy sweat Of fear, is slow congealing yet. What bloodhound yell, what wild halloo, Breaks loudly from that demon crow That swift in fell pursuit flew by And gave that strange, unearthly cry ? Then all was hushed. Oh ! Heaven the pain Of that still moment strikes again— As when the evanescent gleam Of lightning o'er, makes darkness seem Far more intense. That silence dread— Perchance it told of murdered dead— Appalled the listener's heart the more Than all the legion yell before. Again the cry, " Pursue, pursue !" The echoes harsh and wild renew. 'Tis gone ; and distance lulls the swell Of chased and chasing's jarring yell. Hush ! by my cottage lone I hear, The sound of footsteps stealing near; P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 September 1867

PIANOFORTE TUNING, P. IRODERTSON B EGS to inform the inhabitants of Bacohus Marsh and surrounding district that he TUNES PIANOS on the most reasonable terms. Address:-P. Ronrmrson, Bacehus Marsh. ?. Next door to the Post Olfico, DR, BONE, M.D., M,R,,O,E., L.,B,A,L, U,U,L,, &o,, Can beo consulted at his residenco, PARKSIDE COTTAGE, STAMFORD HILL, BACCHUS MAslus . P H O T 0 GRAPHY. P. ROBERTSON RETURNS his sincero thanksl t the publio for Stlh liboral patronlage bestowed on him as a PIIOTOGI.AIHIERI for tho last nine years, and bogs to state that he still continues to take Portraits, Lt his residenco, in the usual styles of the art, and trusts by particular attontion to this branch that ho may still merit i sharo of that patronage which lihaes hitherto been so liberally bestowed on him. 1ý,7'" Next to the Podl 0O{ice, Bacchus Marsh. Border 1Mills Store, BACCIIUS MARSH. JAMES YOUNG, ESIRES to return his sincero thanks to his numerous friends and customers for the very liberal p...

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ROAD FROM GISBORNE TO BLACKWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 September 1867

ROAD FROM . GTSnoINE TO BLACKWOOD. [FRnM THE "DALLAN SHIRE STANDARD," AUG. 31.] The proposal lately made to procure the opening of a new road from Blackwood, by way. of. Bnllan, to Gisborne, has not received the amounit of encouragement from the people of Blallan which, in our opinion, it deserves. If the.residents of Ballan were to look at the question from a business point of view, they could not fail to see that the traflic which now passes elsewhere, if diverted in the direction of Ballant would be of great. and lasting benefit to their township. Blackwood would o?in to an equal amount by the success of the project. 'That gold-field lihas been declared by a competent ,udge on these matters to be one of inexhaustible resources ;-one of which we have no need to fear the fate of other fields-being "worked out." If the scheme of which we are now speaking were taken up in a right hearty spirit, and with a dletermina tion that it should be done, we have no fear but that the two locali...

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BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 September 1867

13ALLARAT MARKET. Mbs,ssas. HlJUIIN AND LEONARD report:- The stock yarded Wore 573 cattle, 10 calves, 4030 sheep and 439 lambs. - Fat Cattle: Our market was very fully supplied, and but moderately attended ,by buyersa prices in consequence ruled coqesi dorably lower than they have done for some weeks, and we are only able to quote best beef at from 20s. to 22s. Od. per 100 lbs., with the exception of a few very prime pens, which made 25s. Quo. tations: Best bulloolks, £0 to .912 17s. Od. good ditto, .£7 10s. to .8 10s.; medium and inferior ditto, from .£4 up; cows at proportiounato rates. Fat Calves: The few in were of inferior quality, and were quite sufficient for the demand, making a? little below last week's rates. Fat Sheep: A short supply, but ample for requirements. Those in were for most part of good useful quality, with nothing very primno prices showed little alteration from last week. Quotations: Best wethors, 13s. to 15s.; good and medium, Ss. Gd. to 10s.; inferior from ...

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TWO WAYS OF TELLING A STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 September 1867

TWO WAYS OF TELLING A STORY, KING JAMlES VI., on removing to London, was .waited upon by the Spanish ambassador, a man of erudition, but who had a orotoche in his head that every country should have a professor of signs, to teach him and the like of him to understand one another. The ambassador was lamenting one day, befbre the king, this great desideratum throughout all Europe, when the king, who was a cue'erish sort. of man, says to him, " Why, I have a professor of signs in the northern-most college in my dominions, namely, at Aberdeen; but, it is a great way ofl, perhaps six hundred miles." "Were it ten thousand leagues off, I shall see him," says the ambassador, "and am determined to set out in two or three days." The king saw he had committed himself, a Writes, or causes to be written, to the uni versity of Aberdeen, stating the case, and desiring, the professors to put him off some. way, or make the best of him. The embas sanor arrives, is received with great solemnity but so...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 September 1867

SA'T'URDAY, SEPTI'MlBEl R 7, 1807. 'I'IE ropor't of the Committee of thie Bacchus Marsh, Balla, and Poentland Hills Agri cultural and Pastoral Society, the principal portion of which we publish this week, is by no moans flattering to the Bacchus Marsh farmers, Against x£118 received from the ]Ballan division, the Committee can only record the receipt of £833 from the Bacchus Marsh division. The Committee account to some extent for the deficienby; still the fact remains that but little interest is taken in the Society, the existence and well-being of which is of such vital importance to agriculturists. The apathy of the Bacchus Marsh residents. has already been commented upon, and brought forward as a reason for condemning' the amalgamation of the two Societies of Blacchus Malrsh and Ballan. We, therefore, call upon our farmers to come forward and support the Society, feeling convinced that every shilling contributed to its funds by them will be returned with interest, The Committee ...

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THE ADVENTURE OF MY AUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 September 1867

THE ADVENTURE OF MY AUNT. MyI aunt was a lady of large frame, strong mind and great resolution; she was what might be termed a very manly woman. My uncle was a thin, puny, little man, very meek and acquiescent, and no match for my aunt. It was observed that lhe dwindled and dwindled gradually away firom the day of his marriage. His wife's powerfid mind was too much for him; it wore him out. My aunt, however, took all possible care of him; had half the doctors in town tq prescribe for him miade him take all their prescriptions, and dosed him with physic enough to cure a whole hospital. All was in vain. My uncle grew worse and worse the more dosing and nursing lie underwent, until in the end he added another to the long' list of matrimonial victims who have been killed with kindness. My aunt took on mightily for the death of her poor dear husband. ?erlhaps she felt some compunction at having given him so much physic, and nursed him into his grave. At an rate, she did all that a widow ...

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SELECTED POETRY. CONSEQUENCES OF DRUNKENNESS. EXEMPLIFIED BY A FEMALE'S APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 September 1867

SELECTED POETRY. CONSEQUENCES OF DRUNKENNESS. . EXEIMPLIFIED BY A VIBMALE'H AII'EAis. SGo, fool what I have felt, Go, bear what I have borneo; Sink with the blow a father dealt Enduro the cold world's scorn i Thus struggle on from year to year, The solo relief the scalding tear. Go, weep as I have wept, O'er a loved father's fall; Soo many a cherished promise swept Youth's swootness turned to gall; Ilopo's faded flowers strewed all the way' That led me up to woman's day I Go, kneel os I have knelt 1 rploro, beseech, and pray; Strive the besotted heart to molt, The drunkard's course to stay. lie east, with bitter curse, Waido 'hy 'prayors unhoerd, thy tears defieod Go, stand where I have stood, And soe the strong man bow With gnashing tooth, lips bathed in blood, And cold and livid brow I Catch his wandering glance and see There 'midst, his soul's dark misery. SGo, hoar what I have hoard The sobs of sad despair As memory Feeooling's fount hath stirred The heart's rovoalings there Hav...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 September 1867

IMPOUNDINGS, BALLAN.-Impounded on the 9th August, by C. JI. Lyon, Esq., Ballanoe, trespass 2s. Rod and white heifer, like MC offl' ribs; strawberry heifer, near car slit, no visible brand. On 11th August, by Mr. John Purcell, trespass 2s. Straw berry heifer, red checks and ears, like blotched brand near rump. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold 'on 11th boptembor, -187. On 19th August, by C. 11. Lyon, Esq., trespass 2s. Bay filly, stripe, near hind foot white, 0 over 4 over a off shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 18th September. Sy, Cooper, Poundkeeper. WYNDHAM-,Impounded at Wyndham Shire Pound, Little River, 16th August, by DIr; B. Chaf foy, trespass 9d. White and red steer, like T off rump. 'If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 18th September. Frederick Ryland, Poundkeeper. MEL'? .-Impounded at Melton, on 16th August, by Mr. Beatty, trespass Gd. each. Bay horse, small star, like D3 over JB over CG conjoinbd near shoulder (square-topped 3...

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POPULAR READINGS AT BARRY'S REEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 September 1867

POPULAl R1EADI1NGS AT BAltRY'S R EEF. T'Ia second of a series of Readings was hold on Monlday evening at ]erry's loof, in the largo room attaehed to Peacock's Hlotol. ThIi meeooting Ioins confined exclusively to the inhabitants of Barry's Roof, it must be pronounced ia decided success, thot'o being upwards of one hundred persons present. Mr. Heart presided. 110 briefly stated the object for which those meetings were ihld, and announced that Messrs. Crokeor and Cerruthers would play a duct, which they did in an admirable manner, Mr. Crokor playing on the piccolo and Mr. Carruthors on the violin. Mr. (iorman gave at reading from "Charles O'Malley." 11e is an excellent reader, but did not acquit himself so well as at the first Readings, partly owing to being interrupted by a person who had got too much alcohol; the reading, however, was well received, Mr. Hill sang "The Anchor's Weighed." ]Io is one of our b?:at singers on lllackwood, and was encored, as he deserved to be, when he gave...

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ARRIVAL OF THE PANAMA MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 September 1867

ARRIVAL OF TILE PANAMA. MAIL; THE Panama nmail steamer arrived at Sydney on Wednesday night. The news is confirmed of the execution of the Emperor Maximilian, and it will be curious to watch the stops which will be taken to avenge his death. Theo. Mexicans deserve to suffer for all time, for thus outrnging the laws of civilisation and humanity, 'lTe news in general is pleasing and pacific, with just a dash of " rumours of wars," to make the Suez mail anxiously looked for. We give a full sumnuary of tihe news to hand :- The harvest is likely to give the full average yield, notwithstanding the unfavourable spring. The Queen of Prussia, who has been on a visit to her Majesty, has gone to Paris. She is residing at tho Prussian Embassy, and is to return to Coblentz in a few days. The Queen gave a grand State ball at Bucking ham Palace on the 3rd July. At the review under H. R. H. the Commander. in-Chief, on the 5th July, about 10,000 troops were assembled. An uneasy fooling still prevail...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 September 1867

'TIE NATIONAL BANK OF S .AUSTRALASIA BACCHUS MARSH BRANCH. .lAlli)-UP CAPITAL . . £540,000 1tESERVE FUND . . . £180,000 UltRtEN'L' ]tATE of IN''TERES'T ALLOWED On Moneys deposited for.fixed periods. JOHN CONYNGHAM M'CAUSLAND, Managor. GISBORNE UNITED DISTRIOT ROAD BOARD. -1'TJ1)NDI?JtS will be received by the uhorv Board . until Two o'clock p.111 on MONDAY, Sept. 10, for the following works, viz.: i'ormlng4, pitching. and mnotalling twenty chains, Iiddoll's Cruck township. Repairing the bridge and embankments, naltking culvert, and pitching and tlintal ling Itiddell's (Crce] bridge. YFurthor information to Io obtained, mnd plum and?ll spolcficationnui te at thu Engimner's oillco, U islborn0o (1ly order) THOMAS 11. I,1Gil0h.T'1OOT, Clork, &E. lisborno, Sept. 4th, 1807. IREDUCTION ! REDUCTION !! 'I'o stit the 'i?nos. I3BORDER INN, BACCHUS MARSH. JONES bogs to announce to the publio that * he hml reduced hls OUT-lDOO]t I'IRICES in tho O110T'IINGI DEPARITMIEN'T', solling the mau...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 September 1867

rrIll, LONDON JOURJNAL, the bost, cheapesl I largesKL , and most beautifully illustrate publication over ifiuled, having a greator cirou lation tlhifn that of any other periodical in th world. ItH contents ombrace the beNt works of Sir Walter Scott, Hart. WattL Phillips ,1. 1'. Smith ;JamuH Grant c, c,&c. Picrceo Igann Miss Braddon I'Prcy 11. St. John Mrs. Sonthworth Henry J. Iyron Mrs. 0. Smiythics, &c. &c And many other eminent authors; splcndidli illuhtrated by the most celobrated artistes, in cluding John Gilburt, KNoloy ltallnwello, Prior, &o, Also innumerable exciting und s gn'eoablo shor tale;H charming poemH; valuable educational an( Hocial essays; interesting descriptions of the mos remarkalblo placo in the world, illustrated bi artist of high standing ; thousands of usefu receipts of every kIind; nulmrous records o Hcientifio inventions and discoverios ; statistic! (embtlrcing all tho principnl oflicial returnm publisheld), of publio account...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 September 1867

perennial grass seed (very inferior samples), s,. 3d. to 8s.; ditto, medium to primo, 4s. Pd. to Cs.; prairie grass seed, 4Is. 3d. to (is.; clover, none offered; bran (bags included), 0Ud. to 10d.; eula, .£3 per ton; potatoes, .1 12s. (id. to £2 10s.; bacon, low quality to primeo, 41id, to 0.ld. per lb.; h:tms, 8.d.; cheese, 71d. to 10d.; inferior sorts, 83d. to Pd.; potted butter, very inferior to extra prime, 3rd, to l).d.; fresh butter, 7d. to OUd.; haud, 4ld. to 56!d.; eggs, 10d. to 11d. per dozen. MEss?s, 1D?AttAtlOY CAaIImtiLL AND Co. report, September l4-Fat Cattle: A moderate supply camne forward for the week-viz., 1000 head-prin cipally middling quality, only a very few pens of good beef being offered. There was a fair atten dnuco of the trade; and prices, taking quality into consideration, woere quite equal to last weck's. We quote--Best pens bullockl at from £8 to £9 17s. Udl.; second, from £11 to £7; inferior, from £.3 l0s. to £5. Host pens cows, from J15 10d, to .87 15s...

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To the Electors OF THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 September 1867

To the Electors OF' THGE DISTRICT OF SOUTH GRANT. UIrNTLITlIEN, I have the honour to ask for your nupport, as a candidate for the representation of your district, If returned, it will bo my object to promote the reuonciliation of conflicting interests by practical legislation on the land qucation, so as to provide for agricultural ettlenment throughout the wholo colony, on the principle of the 42nd clause of the Laud Act, whilst the pastoral toenants should hold by a subordinate tenure, at such a rent as may be found to be just as between landlord and tenant. I would, however, wish that undelcr any systenm the public lands should be sold or alienated itt a price proportionate to their relative value. 2, While I advocato the broad principle of free. trade as a gontral rule, I will not interfere with a fair trial of the experiment now being mado of promoting the industry of the people by miscol laneous protective duties. 3. I am in favour of such a reform of the Council es will place ...

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