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GISBORNE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. (Before J. C. Thompson, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 September 1867

GISBORNE. WEDNESDAY, SarvPTMBn 18, (Before J. C. Thompson, Esq., P.M.) Mary Ann Hogan, informed against for sly-grog selling, was fined £5, with 2s. 6d. costs. Bryan Murphy, anme offence, fined £1 10s., with 2s, (d. costs; in default, fourteen days. C. HIornell v. William Halliday. Settled. Edward Bullock was brought before the Bonoh, charged with being a dangerous lunatic, Although this wan the second timeo of his being before the Bench on a charge of lunacy, his worship did not consider the evidence as to insanity sulilciont to Warrant a remand for medical examination, and consequently ordered Bullock to be discharged.

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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MELTON MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 September 1867

MELTON MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. Tmn Committee of the Melton Mechanics' Insti tute, assisted by several residents, gave a Reading at the Common School-room, on the evening of Friday, the 13th inst. Owing, no doubt, to the wet and boisterous state of the weather, the atten dance was not equal to previous occasions, there being only about 20 or 25 persons present. This, as may be easily imagined, had its effeoot on the gentlemon who had promised to roead, and their efforts woro hardly up to their usual standard, though the thin audience were not lacking in applause. The entertaimnont, for the reasons above named, was curtailed of its fair proportions, and under the circumstances could scarcely be called a success; though it is hoped that in more favourable weather the School-room will be filled, as heretofore, when, no doubt, the entertainers will do what in them lies to merit support, as the objeot is to accumulate a sum of money wherewith to fairly start the Meolton Mechanics' Institute...

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SOUTH GRANT ELECTION. COMPLETE RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 September 1867

SOUTH GRANT ELECTION. COMPLETE RETURNS. Stutt. Campbell. Berry.Longden, Ballan, South .... 43 ,,, 25 .. 0 .,,. 0 Egerton......... 20 .,. 36 ... 1 ... 0 Maddin ley........ 24 ... 36 ... 0 .., 1 Other places...... 730 ... 373 ... 73 ,,. 67 817 470 74 68 A correspondent has forwarded the following, and we feel loth to refuse insertion to a production over which so much labour has been expended:- The deed is done I the people Made up their minds to put Into their House of Parliament The patriotic Stutt. Forsaking turkeys, lions, and Though last, not least--the Buffet, He on the sea of politics Has determined now to rough it. The "hedging" bets made by the men Who on the turf do gamble Will bear an apt comparison With the views of Colin Campbell. Careful in his addrese was he To leave it margin ample, To record whatever way he pleased The vote of Colin Campbell. Fully resolved they would not give Their member chance to ramble, Decided 'twas by the majority Not to call in Campbell. Oh I l...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] THE SOUTH GRANT ELECTION AND THE WORKING OF THE 42ND CLAUSE. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 September 1867

CORRESPONDENOE. [We aore not responsie for t he opinionw axprcssed by our correspondets.] TIHE SOUTH GRANT ELECTION ANn 'rD l WORKING OF TH1E 42ND CLAUSE. ''o the Editor of the Express. 81--IHaving been so highly favoured in your last Wook's issuo, by having no less than two letters written for my own especial use and benefit, it mlight oomrn uncourteous on my part not to favour the writers with a reply. With your permission, I will therefore deal with the letter regarding the South Grant election first. And I maly be allowed to state that wore it not that the writer has-un Intentionally, I have no doubt--cat an unmorited rolloetion upon the intelligent electors of Parwan, I would not for a momnent have thought of wasting either your time or mine, by noticing hit remarks about the position which he considers I was unfortunately placed in as Deputy Reoturning Officer for the Maddingloy division of South Orant on the 13th inst. I do not know whore the writer has obtained his informati...

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

THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. BACCHUS MARSH BRANCH. PAID-UP CAPITAL . . 6£40,000 RESERVE FUND . . . e180,000 CURRENT RATES of INTEREST ALLOWED On Moneys deposited for flxed periods. JOHN CONYNGHAM M'OAUSLAND, Manager. BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY • DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. rPENDERS, addressed to the Chairman, will be I received until noon on MoNDAY, the 23rd day of September instant, for Erection of a Bridge over the Parwan Creek, opposite Mr. Robert Clarko's, near Rowsley. Plans and specifications at the. Border Inn, Bacchus Marsh. The lowest, or any tender, not necessarily accepted. W. E. STANDFIELD, Clerk. BACOHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is the intention of the Board to MAKE A RATE of ONE SHILLING IN THE POUND on the Annual Value of all Rateable Properties in the District, on MONDAY, the 23rd day of SrT'rBMnss inst. A statement of the proposed Rate is deposited at the Road Board Ofilce, Bacchus Marsh, for inspection by the Ratepaye...

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

(I lfl LONI)UON JOUI?NAL, the best, cheapest, I largest, and most beautifully illustrated plblication over issued, having a greater ciren lation than that of any other periodical in the world, Its contents embrace the best works of .Sir Walter Scott, Dart. Watts Phillips J, F. Smith James Grant, &o,, &o,. I'ierco Egan Miss Braddon Percy II. St, John Mrs, Southworth liunry J. Byron Mrs. G. S mythios, &o. &o, And many other ominent authors; splendidly illustrated by the most celebrated artistes, in cluding John Gilbert, Kooloy Hallswollo, Prior, &o. Also innumerable exciting and anrooablo short toles; charming poems; valuable ouceational and social essays; interesting descriptions of the most rOmarkkable places in the world, illustrated by artists of high sttinding ; thousands of useful receipts of oevry kind; numerous records of scientific inventions and discoveries; statistics (embracing all tho .principal ollcial returns published), of publio...

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

MARKET S. Mr. James Young reports :-Flour, £11 to £12; wheat, 4s. to 4s. 3d. per bushel; bran, is. per bushel; pollard, ls, 2d. to is. 6d. MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMIBER 18. M. M'CAw AND ANOTHEu, Produce Brokers, Royal Horse Bazaar, Melbourne, report prices realised for the week ending 18th September, as follows :-Wheat, de. 9d. to ds, 10d, per bushel; Cape barley, 2s. Od.; feed oats, 2s. 4d. to 2s. 10d.; blue peas, 4is. d. to is. 3d.; grey peas, 4s. 3d. to 48. 9d.; perennial grass seed, 38. to 6s.; prairie grass seed, 5s.; bran (bags included), 10d. to lid.; potatoes, £2 per ton; bacon, 7:d. to 94d. per lb.; hams, 81d.; cheese, inferior to first.class, 31d. to 101d.; potted butter, G:}d. to Sid.; fresh butter, 06d; to 9d.; lard, 4,1d. to 6d.; honey, in drums, 5d.; eggs, Hid, to is. lid. per dozen. MEssas. DAL?AHIIOY CAMPDELL AND CO. report, September 18-Fat Cattle: Only 778 head came forward for the week, the shortest supply we have had for sonme months. There were very few count...

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THROWING OIL ON TROUBLED WATERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 September 1867

THROWING OIL ON TnovULED WATERs.-The following strange statement is made in the Jounial du Ilavre:--" A merchant captain who has boon at sea twenty years, ten of them in commhand of ships, writes that twice in the course of that time he saved his vessel by oiling the sea. 'When the master of a ship,' says he, ' cannot escape from a tempest-that is, when his vessel is disabled, and he has to support all the force of the wind-let him spread two or three gallons of oil, if he has them, drop by drop by the side of the vessel. He will then have a calm sea to the windward, for the sea breaks the moment it comes in contact with the oil, and the vessel will remain in tranquil water so long as the oil may flow. In 1804, in the most violent gale I over had, 1 lost my sails and my rudder, and my ship could not have resisted the sea for an hour if I had not had oil on board, Five gallons of oil lasted me fifty-six hours, and saved the ship, the cargo, and the lives of my men. Let vessels of lar...

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

BLACKWOOD, (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT,) THE shareholders in our quartz mines expect higher returns during the spring and summer months, as drainage will be increased, and the miners will be enabled to mine and extract gold from levels which are now submerged with water. A marked improvement is visible at the present time. This may partly be accounted for by the fact that many of our mining companies (although dependent on their own labour and capital for the actual development of our mineral resources) have increased the facilities for speedy working, and availed themselves of the best and most modern appliances in regard to machinery, &c., which render the profits greater to those who follow out the true principles of mining with the benefit of scientific discovery to guide them. It is almost astonishing that nearly all the greatest mining works at Blackwood have been successfully carried out by private enterprise, as foreign capital is a thing almost unknown here, I visit...

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

IMPOUNDINGS. BALLAN.-Impounded on the 3rd 'Sop; tember, by Mr. Cavanagh, trespass 2s. each. Brindle cow, off ear marked, little white on belly, small star, hook to over hook S off rump, hook rn off back, illegible brand near shoulder, small piece of skin hanging from near runip; red steer, star, T off rump. On 4th September, by I. ''. Edwards, Esq., trespass 2d. each. Seventy-four owes 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. On the 10th September, by C. H. Lyon, Esq., Ballaneo, trespass 2s. each. Chesnut mare, stripe, hind feet white, speckled back, AC over blotch before C near shoulder (writing A), P off shoulder; bay horse, blaze, shod, off hind foot wide, blotch near shoul der, T near neck; brown filly, blaze, off hind and near fore foot white, like P near shoulder; bay mare, star, like 4 over l...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE GARDEN OF EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 September 1867

ORIGINAL POETRY.   THE GARDEN OF EDEN. NEAR Eden's pleasant land A lovely garden stood; Trees grew there which charmed the eye, The fruits were good for food.   Two holy creatures spent their days Within that garden fair; In love they dwelt, they sang God's praise, And humbly knelt in prayer. One tree by God was placed ''Their faithful love to try; " That fruit,' He said, "you shall not taste, Who eats shall surely die !" Oh ! why did Eve to Satan's lies So readily attend ? Upon the fruit why fix her eyes, Then pluck it with her hand ? Adam has sinned, and on the earth Shall thorns and thistles grow; His body lie in dust; his soul Ah ! whither shall it go ? His hair turns grey, his body stoops. Beneath the weight of years ; And Eve with pain and sickness droops, While from her eyes flow tears. No more shall Eve or Adam stray Within that garden fair An angel stands to guard the way,   That none may enter there. A sweeter Paradise is won That man...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 September 1867

REDUCTION, REDUCTION, TO SUIT THE TIMES! Murray's Family Hotel, Tll I'CANNY bogs to inform the inhabitants . of Bacchus arsh and surrounding districts that he has reduced his out-door prices in the BOTTLING DEPARTTMENT, selling the same quality of article as he has done since he com. menoed business, at the undermnentioned prices: Brandy, Hennessy's ............... 5s, per bottle. D itto, artell's ....................s ,, Ditto, U.V.C .........................,1. ~ R UU l.................. ....................aS . Scotch W hisbey ............,,.........s,. Irish ditto.... ............ ........... . Geneva ......... ......................8s. Od. ,, Port W ine ..............................4s. d. ,, Sherry, ditto.,.,.... ...,,..... ....4s. ad.4,, Ale and Porter.......... .........s. ,, BREAD ! BREAD!! ! BREAD!!! CRAVEN'S ORIGINAL iBacchus Marsh Bakery. riiHE inhabitants of Bacchus Marsh and sur .L rounding distriots are rspeoltfully informed that the FINEST WHEATEN BREAD can bo obtain...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 September 1867

IMPOUNDINGS. WVYNDIAI1.-L--1iin1ouiand at Wypdhutw Shire Polind, Little River, 17th Solitomabei, by Mr. James Griffin, trespass 5s. Brown or , bty mare, little white on off hind foot, white spots'orf ridge of back, 60 off ribs, x over doorskoy off shoulder, blind off eye. If not claimed and expenses paid; to be sold on -16th October. Frederick IUyland, l'oudkeolper. JIALILAN.-On 16th' Se?ltoinbor, by Mr. Mloirii LDcus, troe.pass 7s, Browla colt, star, off hind foot white, blotch like .)Li or J-( conjoined ncar shoulder. On 17th September, by Mr. J, i: HInl. lott, trespass 6(i. BIty m111re, star and inlip, nrill hind foot white, little white on offl heel, n, \visiblo brand. On same dato. Iy Iir. I. T. Edwards, trlspass Gl. (Grey mart, like WV nearly over \V near shoulder, 11) near rump, like 11 i o ff neck. If nut claimtcd tand expenses plitd, to he sold on 16th October. Sy. Coojper, 'ouuudkeepar.

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MEAT PRESERVING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 September 1867

MEAT PRESERVINo.-To the Editor of the .Eeonomist.-Dear Sir,-Knowin-; the interest your renders take at this moment in everything relating to the preservation of meat, I beg now to give you a short account of what I saw in Sydney last week of Mort's freezing process. ThIo establishmont where it is conducted is on the grounds of the Ice Company, close to Darlingllurst Jail, and the apparatus I found at work there was as • follows :-A small boiler for g'enerating'steam, which is supplied to two upright cylinders containing anmmoniacal liquor; there the noction of the steam produces i gas which is conveyed by pipes to a wooden vessel filled with water and many coils of tubing. From this wooden vessel the gas then enters the meat preserver, which resoembles a conmnon steam boiler, about 6I feot in diameter, and 20 feet in length, open at one end. This boiler is double, that is, the inner cylinder containing the "meat is enclosed by an outer casing', rivetted to it securely by bolts, and ...

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AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 September 1867

A GRI U LTURAL. FROM TIHE "ECONO MIST," SEPT. 20. Mona. animation has beeon evinced in broad stuffs than usual lately, and a decidedly more healthy tone is established. One parcel of 100 tons, Victorian brand, found ia purchaser at ;111, and wheat, of our own growth, to the extent of' 5,000 bushols, has changed hands at 4s. Od. ; oats appear to be slightly improving-so far as enquiries guide us although the selling figure has not advanced from 2s. 10d. ; maize is very steady at 3s. and ,3s, ed., and in fair demand; Cape barley for fooeed is purlchnseable at 2s. 9d. Our agricultural friends are not experienc ing the anticipated benefits of the present season, for we are sorry to learn that the "take-nll" blight disease is not the only enemy under whose attacks they are suffering; we areo advised, by Into reports, that the wire-worm is making sad ravages amongst the corn crops over a large extent of country around Hamilton and Mount Rouse. This worm hlis not confined its attentions to...

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BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 September 1867

I3ALLARA'1 MARKCET. MEs;9i. 1IJEJ'fUI N ANDl L'LEONARD 2OPOrt '1.110 sltook yarded wore 142 ca~ttlo, 8I21-1 whoop Muid 1372 lambs. Fat Cattle: We have to report the shortest supply for a long time, with quality for most part of a medium description. The atten dance of buyers was not large, yet there was a keen competition, mannny pens realising 30s. per 100 lbs. Hnd it not been for the inclemency of the weather (a continuous downfall of rain pro. vailing throughout the day), we have no doubt very high prices would have been obtained. Quotations: Best bullocks, £10 to £11 17s. Gd.; good ditto, £7 to £9; inferior ditto, from £5 up; cows at proportionate rates. Fat Sheep: The adverse weather had also a most depressing effect upon the sale of sheep, and although the number yarded did not come up to the average, we are unablo to report any improvement on last week's rates. Best wothers made 14s.; medium, 11s. to 12s. Fat Lambs: Supply was the largest of the season, in fact, the market wa...

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BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 September 1867

UACCHUS MARtSH AND MADDINGOLEY DI TRIC'1T ROAD BOARD. 'MONDAY, SmE R1 28; OnRmNAY moeetin:. Prisoilt-Messrs. G.? G;' Patorson (Chairman), IV. Grant, J. Tyson, J. RItn, J. Young and G. Grant. t Cr. ;Kelly, representing, the Wyndham Shire Council, was also presont. The minutes of the last ordinary .and special meetings'werereadd and confirmed. TINDERS, The tendors for construction of a bridge at Rowsley. were opened before any other. busiuess was done, in order that Councillor Kelly. might not be unnecessarily denained., Thomas Keily, £301 10s,; Hugh llMolklo, .89' 10s.. 8d, ;.George Munroo,, Melton, £889 14s, Gd;, VWatson iand Cuthboitson, £3.75'2e. 102d,. *Mr. Tyson movedl- and Mei Young soeondod 1'Thalt the tender of> Mqgssrs. Watson and Cuth bertson be accepted." ' Carriod. SCodtinillbo: Kelly oipressed his satisfaction withl the tender, and on behalf of the Wyndham Counicil uiudertook that.half thecdost of ? the bhidge would be paid to the Bacchius Marsh Boird..on their demand...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 September 1867

SATIURDJ?Y, SEPTEMBER 28, 1867. Wa.much fear that, the ratepayers of Bacchus Marsh aremnaequainmeti d with:the real position of the Ro:c Board.;. So ftar as we can ascer tain, itiis briefly this:---That under the most favourable ciriiuistances, the whole of the revenue 'during the next ,financial year iill onily p1ayoff the pveidcaft, aid meet expenses of management; leaving, nothing to be expended upon any iwoik. Of course, it is i'ex'to impossible that the Board' can refrain; from exeoiitiing some road iorks during the year; indeed, they are compelled to maintain the present:roads in good'repair. It will tliis' be seen that. the Board will mostlikely have to' b9 content with: merely reducing its over draft to soli?e eixtent during the forthcoming, y gar, and to do? this it must lbiearticularly ncaefill to obtain fromm, all sources as largo an amount obf revenue as possible, so as to allow a decent amount of road i Works to' be tnder taken. So far as figuires can show our posti tio...

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BALLAN. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. (Before J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 September 1867

IJALLAiN. TIIUIRSDAY, SIlrPTEinME 26, (Beforo J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M.) William WTarhurst v. Peter Grant. Work--£7r 10s. Postponed for fourteen days. James Laffatn v. H1-, T. 1-olyoako. Goods-43 13s. Verdiot by consent, ,£ 13s.; costs, 5s, Peter M'Donald v. Michael Birsmnll. Assault.. Struck out, Frazer and Munro v. Shiro Couuoil. Appeal against rates. Case struck out. Patrick Mullano v. Sameo, Same. Case struck out. Constable reone ;v. Jnames Pirtridgo, "tidllng on a footpath 'in Ballan. Caso disinissod.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] MR. A. ROBERTSON'S SELECTION. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 September 1867

CORRESPONDENCE, [We are not reepmuible for the opinions expressed by our correslpondo ts.] MR. A. RtOBERTSON'S SELECTION. To the Editor qf the E xhpres. Smi-I find my lolter relative to the working of the Land Act at Lacehus Miarsh has opened up the question, and has called forth an explanation (oo called) by Mr. Robortson, wherein he strains very hard to find a loophole i oexcuse for the action he admits having taken to dispossess mysolf and others of land, part of which he now possoeses, under the subterfuge of some of his co-potitioners and certain members of the Road Board, whom lie designates as working underhanded in their endeavour to get the said hind put up to auction. Now, sir, admitting such to havo boon the ease (for the sake of argument), why did it not occur to Mr, . , that seeing the President of Lauds and Survey had so recently reserved the said laud upon publio grounds, for timber, &c., that another petition, or oven a simplo lotter as a reminder of the fact...

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