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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 14 September 1867

"TilE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. BAC0HUS MARSH BRANCH, PAID-UP CAPITAL . . £ 540,000 I1ESERVETUND , . . £180,000 "CURRENT RATES of INTEREST ALLOWED On Moneys deposited for fixed periods, JOHN 00NYNGHAM M'OAUSLAND, Managor. BACOHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. ilPENDERS, addrossed to the Chairmanu, will be 1 received unlil noon on MoNDAY, the 23rd day of September instant, for Erection of a lBridge over the Parwan Creek, opposite hMr. Robert Clarke's, near Rowsloy. ; : Plans and specifications at the Border Inn, Baoehus Marsh. The lowest, or aniy tender, not necessarily uacopted. VW. E, STANDFIELD, Clerk. ALEXANDER BLACKWOOD, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, M.E L T 0 N, EGS to announce that ho is sellinig thd beos WHEATEN FLOU.R: At 238, per Ba., TO CONTRACTORS, CARPENTERS, &o. TENDERS. SEPARATE TENDERS will bo received by'tho SBuilding Committoo of tlhe Baptist Church, 3acchus Marsh, up to G p.m. on SATUDAY, 21st inst., for the undermentioned works, labour only - 1st.-M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 14 September 1867

lý1]iE LONDON JOUIRNAL, the best, cheapest, I largest, and most beautifully illustrated publication ever issued, having a greater circu let ion than that of any other periodical in the world. Its contents embrace the best works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. Watts Phillips j, P. Smith James Grant, &c., &e,. Pierce Egan Miss Braddon Percy B. St. John Mrs. Southworth Henry J. Byron Mrs. G. Smythies, &o. &o. And many other eminent authors; splendidly illustrated by the most celebrated artistes, in cluding John Gilbert, Keoloy Hallswollo, Prior, &o. Also innumerablo exciting and agreeable short tales; charming poems; valuable educational and social essays; interesting descriptions of the most remarkable places in the world, illustrated by artists of high standing; thousands of useful receipts of overy kind; numerous records of scientific inventions and discoveries; statistics (embracing all the principal official returns published), of public accounts...

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MARKETS. BORDER FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 14 September 1867

MARKETS. BORDER FLOUR MILLS. Mr. James Young reports :-Flour, .£11 to £12 wheat, 4s. to 4,s. 3d, per bushel; bran, Is, per bushel; pollard, Is, 2d. to Is. Gd. MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMPBER 11. M. M'CAw AND ANOTHER, Produce Brokers, Royal Horse Bazaar, Melbourne, report prices realised for the week ending 11th September, as follows :-Wheat, 4s. 6d. to 4s. 8d. per bushel; Cape barley, 2s. Od.; Victorian feed oats, 2s. 7d. to 2s. 10d.; Tasmanian feed oats (inferior sample), is. lid.; rye, 3s,.0d .; blue peas, 4s, Gd. to Ss.; grey peas, 4s, Od, to 4s. Od,; perennial grass seed (medium sanlples), 4s. 3d. to 5s.; prairie grass seed, 3s. Gd. to 5s. 3d.; bran (bags included), 10d. to b10d.; chaff, £3 per ton; potatoes, £.2 7s. Gd. to £2 l0s.; .bacon, inferior to extra prime, !d.d to Gd. per lb.; hams, Gd.; cheese, good to prime, 7d. to 10d.; cheese, inferior quality, 3Bd. to Gid.; potted butter, Sd. to 9Sd.; fresh butter, 7d. to Did.; lard, 4d, to Gd.; honey, in drums, 4id. to Sd.; eggs,...

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SOUTH GRANT ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 14 September 1867

SOUTH GRANT ELECTION, T?E polling at Maddingloy was as follows : SCampbell........... . ............ 86 Lnngden t tt........................................... 124 Berry .................:...., ..... BALLAN SHIRE COUNCIL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTE~BER 11. PRESENT - Counoillors MI'Phorson (President), Osborne, Cantwoll, Duncan, Graham, Millyard, Mairs and Blake. . The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, CORRESPONDENCE, The Commissioner of Roads and Bridges wrote in reference to repairs required on main road, Referred to the Engineer, Also relative to main road account, Ordered to be furnished, The Immigration Olflio sent returns to be filled up. .Ordered to be done. . The Clerk of the Bacohus Marsh Road Board forwarded cheque for moiety of expenses in the case M'Intyre v. Ballan Council. Mr. Dwyer requested reduction of assessment. Hold over to special meeting. Mr. Vallonco protested against non-opening of road through Mr. D'Aroy's land at Greondalo. No notion was taken.....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 14 September 1867

BIRTHS. MEEK.-On the 7th inst., at Gisborne, the wife of the Rev. J. Meek, of a daughter. RYAN.-On the 8th inst., at St. Patrick's Cottage, the wife of Mr. Jeremiah Ryan, of a daughter.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 14 September 1867

IMPOUNDINGS, BALLAN.-Impounded on the 19th August. by C. H. Lyon, Fsq., Ballauee, trespass 29, Bay filly, stripe, near hind foot white, 'a over w over a off shoulder, If not claimed and oxpenses paid, to be sold on 18th September. On the 3rd September, by Mr. Cavanagh, trespass "2s. each. Brindle cow, off ear marked, little white on belly, small star, hook m over hook S off rump, hook co off back, illegible brand near shoulder, small piece of skin hanging from near rump; red steer, star, T off rump. On 4th September, by E. T. Edwards, Esq., trespass 2d. each. Seventy-four ewes and one ram; most of these sheep are branded H on on back, some with illegible tar brand besides, some have the near ear marked, some the off ear, and some both ears. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 2nd October. Sy. Cooper, Poundkeeper. * WYNDHAM.-Impounded at Wyndham Shire Pound, Little River, 16th August, by Mr. B, Chat. foy, trespass 9d. White and red steer, like T off rump. If not claimed a...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. GISBORNE'S BONNIE BANKS AND BRAES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 14 September 1867

ORIGINAL POETRY. GISBORNE'S BONNIE BANKS AND BRAES, Bonnie lassie, will you go, will you go,   And share with me the joyful days, 'Mong Gisborne's bonnie banks and braes ? The clover soon shall bloom anew Each head arrayed with morning dew And lovers roam their several ways 'Mong Gisborne's bonnie banks and braes. Down yon glen the burnie rows Well fringed wi' green spreading boughs, Then o'er a linn it foaming plays 'Mong Gisborne's bonnie banks and braes. In every glen the birdies chant, Rejoicing o'er each pleasant rant, And thus arise the sweetest lays 'Mong Gisborne's bonnie banks and braes. The magpie builds her lofty nest Among the boughs she likes the best, And gives the morning dawn her praise 'Mong Gisborne's bonnie banks and braes. Oh, Gisborne, thou art dear to me As my native land across the sea, For there I spent my early days   Among thy bonnie banks and braes, And when life's day draws to a close, And I'm laid low in my last repose, May many...

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THE FREE SELECTOR'S VENGEANCE; OR, TAKE CARE OF THY FENCE, OR THE POUNDS WILL TAKE CARE OF THY CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 September 1867

THE FREE SELECTOR'S VENGEANCE; OR, TAKE CARE OF THY FENCE, OR THE POUNDS WILL TAKE CARE OF TRY CATTLE. BY KORKUPERRISIUL. IT is in the evening of a warm spring day in the year 1867 that our tale commences. The sun was setting in glory behind the hills which so proudly rise to the westward of the noble township of Bacchus Marsh, casting its last dying gleams upon the Manor House, and causing it to assume the appearance of some golden temple. The lowing of the cattle, as they cropped the herbage by the road-side, as though conscious that the Road Ranger had been suspended; the children making mud pies in the chasms on each side of the road; 'the cheery laugh of the home. ward-bound husbandman, as he quaffed his pint in the bar of M'Canny's hotel (U.V.C. brandy, 4s. per bottle); the rattling of the coach, as it arrived from the railway station (fare, 5s. each way) ; the groups of toil-worn artisans, shaking in the hat for drinks round; all combined to make up a scene pleasing in the hi...

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CROWN LANDS SALE, BLACKWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 September 1867

CROWN LANDS SALE, BLACKrWOOD. IT was expected that the extensive sale of Crown Lands on Tuesday would have attracted a largo number of purchasers. We regret to say that such was not the case, as the attendance was small, and the biddings few in number., The few lots that were sold excited no competition, except in one instance, where a good deal of local feeling was shown, and i creditable amount of sympathy manifested for the ultimate purchaser of the coveted lot. We allude, of course, to the small allotment bought by Mrs. Crutise. The upset price of the lots, as advertised, was considered too high by nearly all parties; and, consequently, at the last moment the Government reduced the amount from £12 to ,£10 for improved lands, and from ,£8 to A.. for unimproved lands. iHad this alteration been made known earlier, we can positively state that more purchases would have been made. Moreover, no plans of the land could be obtained except on the day of the sale, and those that were fort...

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MELTON ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 September 1867

MELTON ROAD BOARD. TIx ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Board was held at thie ofilce, on Friday, 13th inst., at 8 p.m. The members present were-Messrs. Porter (Chairman), Ross, Ryan, Staughton and Blackwood. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Copies of letters written since last meeting were road and approved. Correspondence received was-From the manna gers of the Gap and Keilor Plains tolls, enclosing statements of accounts for current month, and cheques for the amount due to the Board from both tolls; from the Commercial Bank, acknow lodging remittance of £29; from the Treasurer, advising the non.collootion of £269 Os., due on the Mount Misery bridge from grant of £50,000 in aid of bridges, in consequence of the dead-lock, but stating that the Board may draw against this amount, in anticipation of its being paid by the Government. Proposed by Mr. Blackwood, seconded by Mr. Ross, and carried-" That the Clerk write to the Department of Roads and Bridgos, an...

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POPULAR READINGS, BLACKWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 September 1867

POPULAR READINGS, BULACKWOOD. TnE Blackwood Mechanics' Institute Committee appealed to the public again on Monday evening, and in response to their call for an addition to the funds at present in their hands, a numerous audience assembled in Caudage's Oddfellows' Hall, a room, by the way, which has no equal for size and general completeness in the whole of West Bourke. The weather was very inclement, and there was consequently some delay in getting an audience together. However, as the rain cleared off for a time about eight o'clock, large numbers of people ventured out with their lanterns, and wended their way to the point of attraction; so that at or about the time when the chair was taken the room was well filled, and some £5 received as admission fees. E. Baber, Esq., J.P., occupied, the chair, and in a few opening remarks promised that the Com mittee would, in a short time, lay before the public a statement of their present financial position. He thanked the audience for attend...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 September 1867

short time. Taylor and party are raising ver: good stone from a now reef. The Graco Egertoi are raiking stono; it looks slight. 'Ih?e 3oehive Company are raising, good stone, from a largo reef The Rip Van Wiuklo have crushed; the vield way not payable. The Prince of Wales Company art raising good payableo surface; they have added t the number of shareholders, Hayden and Co expect a good crushing from Specimen Hill; the} have discovered a now rooeef. The Yankee Ree: Company wash up on Saturday next; payablh returns are expected, I have very little to reporT in regard to alluvial mining. Williamson and Co. expect bettor returns, The Yankeeoo Gully Shiicing Company are doing very little; they are working in three separate parties-Messrs. I'Lennan Hlanson, and Campbell. M'Lennan washed up average .2 per man per week ; IIansen and part3 have washed up, average (G, per man per week Campbell is still sluicing, with poor prospects.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 September 1867

Border 1ills Store, BACCHUS MARSH. JAMES YOUNG I1ESIRES to return his sincere thanks to his . numorous friends and customers for the. very liberal patronage accorded to himt during the past few months, and also bogs to call their atten tion to his large and well assorted STOCK OF WINTER GOODS, IN CLOTHING AND DRAPERY, Including- Men's dark doe Suits Boys' and Youths' Suits Inverness Capes French Morinos and Co Pilot and Whitney Coats burgs Tweed and doe Trousers Plain andeheokWinceys a and Vests Shalloys and Mohairs Cord and molo Trousers Shawls and Mantles Crimoean and Scotch Blankets and Flannels twill Shirts Moleskin and Corduroys Flannels, Drawers, and Tweeds and Doeskins Undershirts Grey and white Calicoes IIats, Caps, and Um.'Hosiery and- Habor brollas dashory &0. &o. &o., Which have been carofully selected at some of the best warehouses, and which he now ollers to the public at the lowest remunerative prices. J. Y. also bogs to point out that his stock...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 September 1867

NEWS OF THEI WEEK., The Bacchus Marsh Road Board have resolved to hear appeals against the assessment lately made, and a special meeting for that purpose is called for Monday, the 7th October. Whether this course is legal or not, it is one adopted by many local bodies, and it certainly seems' preferable that a ratepayer should be allowed to appeal to the Board against his assessment, rather than to the Court of Petty Sessions, where the equities of his case could not receive the same attention as from the Road Board. The Committee of the Bacohus Marsh Central Common School met on the 12th inst. and accepted the tender of Mr. A; Forsyth for fencing-in the school ground. Votes of thanks were passed to the master and mistress, and the ladies and others who had assisted at the late soiree and concert. Miss Edith Palmerston is likely to appear at the Bacehus Marsh Mechanics' Institute in the course of a week or two. This lady enacts a variety of characters, with songs and dances. The Mel...

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BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 September 1867

3ACCH?US MARSH AN]) MAI)I)INGLEY DISTRICT R~OAh IBIOA{LD. AT a spoecial meeting of the Board, hold on IG1th September, there wore presont-Mr. 0. G. Paterson (chairman); Messrs. W. Grant, J. Tyson, J. Young, J. Ryan, and G. Grant. Moved by Mr. George Grant, seconded by Mr. W. Grant-" ''hat the valuation of all rateable proporties in this district, as now submitted by the Valuer, be adopted." Carried. Moved by Mr. G. Grant, seconded by Mr. Tyson--"'That the estimate prepared in accord anco with the 185th section of the Act, be adopted, and entered upon the rate book, and thall t rate (,f five per centum on all rateable properties in the district be struck on Monday next, 2:2rd September; and that notioo thereof be given as provided by the Act, and by posters circulated throughout the district." Carried. Moved by MIr. James Young, seconded by Mr. J. 1Ryan-" That a special meeooting of the Board be held on Monday, the 7th October, at 11 a.m., for the purpose of hearing appeals against t...

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A VICTORIAN SELTZER WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 September 1867

A, VIUCT''ORIAN SELTZER WATER.., A rnw days ago a brief refrencooe was mando in this journal to the discovery of a mineral spring ,a tow miles from BInllan. Since thon a sample of the waiter has boon submitted to Mr. ,r. Cosmo Newborry, the Government geological survey analyst, foh examination, uandl. tor subhjoting' it to a very carolbl analysis, heo has farnishodl the following report upon its saline constituents: "Geological Survoey Laboratory, S ' ,Sept. 13, 1807. " lIoport on sample of mineral water firom a spriing near 1nilan, sent for examination by Meossrs. Morton and Josko, of' Mol bourne., "The water is clear, sp arkling, inollorous and pungent. It contains 117 grains of solid matter to the gallon, which consists of Carbonate of soda (traco of potash)., 1088 Do. lie ........ ......... 10' Do. magnesia .............................. 229 4 Do, iron .... ... ............... ......... 1.0 Chlorido of sodium ........................ 5'4 lromino land sulphuri, acid (traces) 117'...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BALLAN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. (Before Walter Duncan, Esq., J.P., and Henry Stooke, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 September 1867

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BALLAN, TIn8IDAY, Sa'rEMn?na 19. (Before Walter Duncan, Esq,, J.P., and Henry Stooke, Esq., J.P.) Moses Cousens v. Francis Miller. Goods .£8 188. 7d, Settled by consent; costs, Gs. Same v. Jamns P. Main. Goods--.£6 is lid, Dismissed. N, B. Hlcadland v. Elijah Gold and David Rennard, Intorplcader. Order made to theperson executing distress warrant to proceed with sale of goods. Costs .£6 s, (id. against Ronnard. Polico v. John Watson. Having no lawful means of support, Two months in Ballarat Gaol without hard labour.

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MR. A. ROBERTSON'S SELECTION. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 September 1867

MR. A. ROB3ERTSON'S SELECTION. To the Editor qf the Express. Sint-In last week's Exress, Mr. J. E. Crook favoured the readers of that journal with his views on the working of the 42nd seotion of the Land Act in the noighbourhood of Bacchus Marsh, and gave the public his version of what he states to be facts relative to the action I have taken under that soetion of the Act. I trust you wll allow me a small space in your paper, and give my version of the facts of the case, and then the people will be able to form an opinion as to who is right and who is wrong. I admit that I took action to have the said land reserved for timber, for the use of farmers and others on the Hills who have no timber on their land, and who could not obtain it from Mr. Crook under five shillings a load. But I had no sooner accomplished this than the very party who had assisted me took underhand ways, assisted, I believe, by some of the members of our Road Board, to have the land put up into lots and sold by a...

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MELTON. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 September 1867

MELTON. MONDAY, SEPT'EMIB?U 16. (Before C. Shuter, Esq,, P.M.) Police v. John Lovoson. Drunk, &o. Pined b?e, and 5s. costs; in deofault, twenty-four hours imprisonmont. Police v. Hugh Cook. Absconding from Indus trial School, Sunbury. Ordered to be sent back for the remainder of his term.

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MELTON COMMON SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 September 1867

MELTON' COMMON SCHOOL. T'a Committee mot on Monday, the 16th inst., for the purpose of receiving applications for the mastership of the School. Members present Messrs. Blackwood (hon, correspondent), Ross, Graham, M'Phorson, Foerris, Scott, M' Ilwraith, Poart, M'Leod, Parkinson, Carew, M'Konzie and Oldershaw (hon. see.). The minutes of the last meeting were road and confirmed. Correspondence road was from the Board of Education, approving the appointment of Mr. J. H. Roberts tas master, accepting resignation of Mr. Alex, M'Intosh' as hen, correspondent; also re specting Mr. Roborts's application to be examined in music, to the effect that he would be advised when the next examination in music will be held, but the date is not yet fixed; also respecting the non-payment of Mr. Roberts's salary, in con. sequence of the dead-look; also respecting vesting the School in the Bp.oard of Education, requiring the consent of the heads of all the denominations to which the children attending th...

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