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TENDERS FOR BUILDING BAPTIST CHURCH. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 September 1867

TENDERS FOR?BUILDING BAPTIST'" CHURCH . To the Editor of the Exiress. Sn--Will youn have the goodness to accord spaeo in your valuable journal for the following, if only to show what sometimes may happen to a con tractor in Victoria, at' the hands of'.building, committees P 8omne short time since, publio notice was given that tendors were required, up to a certain d(ate, for the erection of the Baptist Cliiroh, labour only, Bacchus .Marsh. In response to such ad vortisoment, after i careful inspection and poru'sal of plans and spocilications, I, as a builder, sdnt in a tonder for tho stone and brick work. At the proper time the tenders wore duly opened, and cousidored by the Comnmittoo of Managomont. I was given to understand minu was the lowest, and thereforo had every rouson to think it would bo accopted. But, sir, judge my sirpriso wheo 1 was coolly informed by persons in authority that another and higher touder than mine was rocoivcd, whilst mine was rojected solely on the groun...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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BALLAN SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 September 1867

BALLAN SSITIEE COUNCIL, 'WEDNESDAY, STiEPT '25,t Pn?ssENT.- Counoillors I'Pherson (President), Millyaird, Grahain, Atkinson, Duncan and Osborne. Theo. minutes: of, the previous ordinary and special meetings were read. and confirmed. , Cr. Dunean, before the usinutes were confirmied said: He was demanded by the Gutardiart to make a satisfactory explanation of: something. Ho was ignorant of what they. wanted oxactly, but he might. state that he never yet, furnished any report to .any newspapor,, either .while he was a meuiber of the. Ballan Road Board or Shire. Council. Neither had, he any interest, diredt or indirect, in any newspaper. He was asked. to tread in a particular path; but whatever path he had trod, he was.not ashamed. to look back upon his conduct. Heo merely -made. those remairls because Counoilloirs.might! think that he furnished roports; but he gave, a iost distinct denial to any sulohchcarge against him, :. Cr. Millyard: I suppose we all. haveo.. to submit to misrepre...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 September 1867

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. lBACCIHUS MA]RSII. MONDAY, S'Tcmr unn 23. (iloforo C. Shutyr, ]Esq., P.M.) Tlhomngs Manly v. J. Muir. Dobt-Salo and, cleaning of watch, X323 Is. Gd. Mr. (oll for defundant. Mr. T'. Manly doposed to having sold a watch to Mr. Muir for t.3. llo had repaired it twice during the time Mr. Muir had it, some four months, and now ho refused to pay for it, but had (at one time ollored to give uome potatoes for it. Cross:c:aminiod by Mr. Goil: ThlI dito on the bill presented to Mr. Muir was guessed to be right. ied no entry in his books of the salo of the watch. Did not keep books. had repeatedly asked for the money. The watch was a gopd one, end fully worth .,U. 'T'he.l Uolh advised Mr. Manly to keep books in the fit.ure, as the? wore tlie best evidoinco in a ca!e of this kind. J. Muir stated that ho had obtained thoe watch from Mr. Manly on tho understanding that it was a good ono, and to keep correoot time. The price was to bo .3. Sont the watch back after having ...

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

THE NATIONAL 13A.NK OF . AUSTRALASIA,. BACCOHUS MARSH BRANCH. i PAID-JUP CA:PITAL £540 000 :'RESERVE FUND . . . £180,000 C'URRiENT RATES of INTEREST ALLOWED On Moneys deposited for fixed periods. JOHN CONYNGHAM M'OAUSLAND, Manager. BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLBY . DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SPECIAL MEETI'NO of the Board will be .1? h ]old on MONDAY, 7'rit OCTOBER, 1867, "-t 11anll m,; for the purpose of hearing' APPEALS ', ,against the Assessment, for the ,:unrent year,. i'he 'Valuer's loturn may be inspected at tlh Road Board Ofllco, Bacchus Marsh, between the hours of 10 aInt. and '4 p.m.l on Mondays, Wednes. ..days and Saturdays. '- r By order, W. ,E. STAND)FIELD, SClerk. S' o ptambtor 16,1867, V'o,:i9,. SHIRE COUNOIL, BALLAN. ''"` L EALED TENDERS, addressed to the President 1J of the Council, will be received until WED. ?,i{NESDAY, .tIUo 9th day of OCTOBER, 1807, at the hour of 11 a.m., for the following works, viz.: 1, Building timber bridge, forming and clear ing about throe chains of...

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

f|llE LONDON JOURNAL, the best, cheapest, . largest, and most beautifully illustrated publication over issued, having a greater cireu. lation than that of any other periodical in the world. Its contents embrace the best works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. Watts Phillips J. F. Smith James Grant, &o., &e. Pierce Egan Miss Braddon Percy B. St. John Mrs. Southworth Henry J. Byron Mrs. G. Smythies, &c. &o. And many other eminent authors; splendidly illustrated by the most celebrated artistes, in cluding John Gilbert, Keeley Hlallswello, Prior, &o. Also innumerable exoiting and agreeooble 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 every kind; numerous records of scientific inventions and discoveries; statistics (embracing all the principal official returns published), of .publiho account...

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MARKETS. MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 September 1867

MA RK.ETS. MELBOURNE, WEDNSBDAY, S2ITriMinab 25. :Mi. M'CAw AND ANOTHER, Produce Brokers, Royal Horse Bazaar, IMelbourne, report prices realised for the week ending 25th September, as follows :-M-aize, inforior sample, 2s. 5d. per bushel; wheat, in doniand at quotations, 4s: Gd, to. 4s. 9d.; Cape barley, 2s. Od.; Victorian feed oats, inferior to prime, 2s. 2ýd. to 2s. 11d.; blue peas, 4s. Od.; white peas, grey peas, and beans, none offered; perennial grass socd, 2s. Od. to 5s. 3d.; prairie grass seed, 5s.; bran (bags included), lOd, to 11d.; potatoes, (bags included), £2 pio' ton; bacon, damaged to primoe quality, 3d. to Od, per. lb,; hates, B1d.; cheese, inferior to first-elass, Gd, to 10.d.; potted butter, 7;d. to Gd,; freshi butteoi, 7~d. to 10d.; lard, inferior tb prime, 4d. to 56d,; honey, 5d.; eggs, 10.d. to 11Id. per dozde';: bullock hides, 2,d. per lb., MESSlas, DALT:AIHOY CArPnAELL AND Co. report, Soptembor 25-Fat Cattle: A moderate 'supply came to hand-viz., 000 head. The ...

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

BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRIOT ROAD BOARD. A BSTRACT DIVISIONAL STATEMENT OF SRECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE, from January let, 1803, to Septombor Oth, 1807. EAST IKolcutnPEIRIMUL. Recoipts from all sources £2759 0 0 Proportion duo by West Korkuperrimul....... 1468 4 41 -- 4227 5 1j Expenditure....... ,,,......£2449, .8 91 0 13alanoo ............. .. 1778 1 4 -- 4227 5 11 . WEST KOBKUPRBBIMU:P. ,;' oRceipts from all soures £3480 18 ,1' , Balance ...' ............ 4466'-10 '2 ------ 7047 8 Expoaditure....,.............*... .. ....*.., 7947 .8- 8 Rocoipts fri aill sourceio £2478' 10 0'; ,. ; Proportion due by West - Korkupe rimulr.-;;..' ,:1058'12" 8 - _ , E.n- 8587 2.9 Exp6ondituroe ........i 0.. 1932 10 ? ' Balance............. ... , 1604 ,4 11 .-. -'*;'' * -858337 2 9 Recipts from all sources 6101 14 : 0 - Proportion due by 'Wost , ;....., Iorkuperrimul ....',' 806519 4' S:. . ,:.2485 18 6 Expenditui'e ;.,....... .£1401 9 9'7 Balance ........ ...... . 1084 3 10 . ,-*' , -2Q485 13-...

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

BLACKWOOD.   (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)           It is recorded that' Rome was once saved from an invasion by the Goths owing to the cackling of some geese, which aroused the sleeping sentry. Like momentous events have been materially dependent upon like trivial circimstances, and an instance occurred at Blackwood, on Saturday last, of the fortunate results flowing, from a most accidental cause--the possession of a pair of scissors while the owner was in a perilous position. A miner named George Melrose, who is a tailor by trade, resides at Yankee Gully, and while returning home on Saturday night, carefully threading his way by the aid of a lanthorn, amongst the numerous deserted holes which abound in all directions, his candle blew out. While endeavour- ing to relight it, as the night was very dark, the candle fell out of the lanthorn, and could not be found. Compelled to proceed without a light, Melr...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. EUCALYPTUS MIMOSA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 September 1867

ORIGINAL POETRY. EUCALYPTUS MIMOSA. Of Spring the herald, now Mimosa's wreathing Her garlands dyed in morning's golden urn; Illumes the waste, and hails the sun's return. In forest aisles her fragrant incense breathing To wandering winds that wave her yellow hair And birds out gleaming, sovereigns of the east, Their plumage flashing gem-like as they fleet On rainbow, pinions through the azure air This child of sunshine and of Spring to greet;   And ever as her feathery boughs are kissed By bird or breeze, she from her flowery Crown Sheddoth a fall of orient blossoms down, That, on the violet carpet at her foot Lie like gold dust on floor of amethyst. When to the paler climes Of the far shores that line the grey north sea, I bear the sunny memories of the times— Days of adventure—when heart careless, free, I traversed fearless as a forest child O'er pathless prairie and o'er mountain range, Australia's region of romances strange, Exulting in the freedom of the wild, I th...

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MELTON ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 5 October 1867

MELTON ROAD BOAIH). 'I'i -ordinary fortnightly nieeting of the f'oitrd was held at thel office, on . Friday, 27th ult., at 3 p.m,. "The members present wore-Messrs. Portbr (Chnirmdn), Staughton, Ross, Blackwood, Ryan and:Moylan. Letters were received from the Assistant Corn. missioner of lRoads and Bridges, stating that the application respecting the expenditure of £25 from thu Mount Aleoandor road toll funl on works at the (hap had boon submitted to the .Inpectiing Engineer for approval; also onqniriig if there is a school house or other publio building near the Monmoutlhshiro Hotel; and if so,.advising that it should blio' made a polling place, as hotels are deoomed objectionablo for the purtpose. Froin the 'Undor-Trbasuror, stating that the paymountof the second instalment of endowment on rates for the ourrent, year must be in a measure governed by the state of the finances; from the Shiro -of M'Ivdr, soliciting the co-operation of thu Board in pressiing th amtenldntelnt of the L...

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BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 5 October 1867

BALLAN, Tim Committoo of the Mechanics' Institute has fixed tho 15th of this month for the next Popular leadings. The adjective is used advisedly, and i good proof of it is shown in the numbers who attend every time. Notably so at the last BRead. Ings, which were hold on one of the most stormy evenings we have h-d this winter. It is a pleonaan faot thait.the popularity, of theos outortLatunIets is on the increase, and it does not require any very keeon perception to discover that that fact is owing chiefly to the nmusio with which we ereo iow regaled on ea lioccasion, It would only result in failure to attempt to give the ladies who e(re so kind as to perform all the praise, to which they aro entitled, so we will be contout. to be like the famous parrot (of which weo have all heaid), and If we don't say minch, we think the muore. Taking the gontlomen therefore,: both roadera and singers, we say that it is pleasant to see so many, in a comtiunnity like this, who do not hesitato to ta...

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THE MELTON ROAD BOARD. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 5 October 1867

THu] MEBLTON ItOADU BOAID. To tho Editor of the Empres. Sin-As the time of theo Molton Road Board ~°lus mostly taken up last meeting with a matter con corning the Valuator and Colloector; and as that gentleman is, I understand, roporter to your paper, and may fool a little delicacy in reporting the, mooeeting, in full; I thordfore, with your per mission, request iaspace in your journal, so that I might let the public see a little of the actions of some of the members of ourrRoad Board. Mr..Ross, oni the 13th September, gave notico that he would liring a motion before the Board at the following mooting, viz,, that he would propose thyt'teuders be-called for a Valuator and Collector for, the distriot, and the amount paid for same to be deducted from Mr. Lothbridgo's salary. This appearod to take the people by surprise, knowing Mr. L. to be the right man in the right plaed. All sorts of conjectures were going their rounds as to what Mr. Ross's motives were for taking this action. Sonim...

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THE BLACKWOOD SCHOOLS. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 5 October 1867

THE BLACKIWOOD SCHOOLS. To the Editor qf the LELpresa. Sl-Althoughl only recently a resident in, this colony, I am somewhat inquisitive as to its ola. ments for future prosperity. Wednesday, th' 25th leptembetr, the weather was cold, wot, dreary, itud uncomfortabl; so, having been infoiumed the Inspector of Schools had arrivod at Ilhtekwood, I called oil hinu to as?orlall it theor wounid e any obj.otions to my bi bing present ltt his govirn mlnttal examinttion of that day at the iSchool, ol(ohln Point; and havling receiived i negative, I gilhdly nllbraced the opplrtlunity, partly a? at pastime, little thinkinlg it. ?.ould give mc so much pleasure and interest, is it did, -ald induce me to ask pi) idsion to be presont the next lday t ithe cexamination of sotlher school two mniles dlisthnt. Each of those :;chuool is conlucteCd by ia in:ster and minstress, tho frmer ihaving thu respoltsibililty s to o tie IannerlllL' ill which it is colnducll d, the latter 0'laviyng only i referential ...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 5 October 1867

OOURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS, SBACCJIUS MAISII. MIoNDAY, SInIr'luM1rmIt l 30. (Roforo C. Slhutr, Esq., P.M.) Danr.---R. Evans v. W. Cruikshauk. Claim for shingles sold--£,5 0. (3d. Mr. G(lll for plaintilf. A sumn of 13s. Gd. was paid into Court, and a set off ws plealded. After somo discussion as to whother sulllciont oitice had beon given of the sot-ofl being about to bo pleaded, plaintilf allowed it to be ulmhitted. IR. Evans (deposed that he had a load of shingl?i oni his dray when defendant asked him to soll some, and witness said heo would only sell the dray lo0d, which defendant agrood to purchaio at 63. per load, but afterwards "wanted witness to take back some of thoen. The witness would admit the corrooctness of the sot-off, for .81 10s. Was quite certain that Mr. Cruikshank agreed to take tlhe whole load, because he was not going to hawk a foew shingles. round the Marsh. Mr. Carlton was preoout when the shingles wore counted. W. Cruikshank stated that he wanted sonm shingles, ...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 5 October 1867

PUBLIC MEETING. A vluOio meeting was hold in the Mecihanics' Institute, on Monday evening, to doviso means whereoby a certain selector of land under the Land Act (Mr. Charles Dean) might be secoured in the possession of his selection, which had bceen doe clared forfeited by the Government, owing to Dl)an not having beon the original soloctor, and not having taken the nocessary stops to become legally possessed of the laud. The meeting had boon called by a requisition to J. Young, Esq., J.P., and that gentleman opened the proceedings by reading the requisition and his reply thereto, convening the meooting. On the motion of Mossrs. Cuthborteon and Forsyth, the chair wits taken by Mr. Con. Mallhony. The Chairman said that a differonceo of opinion might exist as to whether Mr. Charles )Dean had boeen unjustly interfered with or not; but this meeting had been called by his sympathisers, to see what was best to be done. Ieo hoped the several speakors would be attentively listened to, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 5 October 1867

Border Mills Store, BACCHUS MARSH. JAMES YOUNG ) ESIRES to return his sincere thanks to his I[ numerous friends and customers for the very liberal patronage accorded to him during the past few months, and also boegs to call their atten tion to his largo and well assorted STOCK OF WIN'TER 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 andcheck Wincoys and Vests Shalleys and Mohairs Cord and mole Trousers Shawls and Mantles Crimean and Scotch Blankets and Flannels twill Shirts Moleskin and Corduroys Flannels, Drawers, and Tweeds and Doesrius Undershirts . Grey and white Calicoes Hats, Caps, and Un.- Hosiery and Habor brellas dashery &c. &cf. &c., Which have been carefully selected at some of the best warehouses, and which he now offers to the public at the lowest remunerative prices. J: Y. also beogs tso point out that his st...

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BALLAN. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3. (Before Walter Dunean, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 5 October 1867

I3ALLAN. TI1UUBDAY, OCToBnE 3. (I3aforo WVLltor Duncan, Esq,, J.h,) Aloxanudr Schillor v. Edwin Stopllons. Debt £1, goods. Postponed for a weok.

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MADDINGLEY CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 5 October 1867

MADDINGLEY CEMETERY. A marT:INO of the trustees of the Maddingley (leneral Comoteory was hold at the residnce of the Sexton, at . Maldingloy, on Saturday Inst. 'resent-Moss's. It. lGrant, T''. Edwards, lI. Kerr, and the Acting Secretary, Mr. J. E. Crook. Tho minutes of previous meeting wore road and confirmed. Mr. Crook produced the accounts, when Mr. R. (Korr proposed, and Mr. it. Grant seconded-" That the accounts now produccd by the Acting Secrotary, having been carefully gone into, are, in the opinion of this meeting, satisfo?tory, and substantially correct, antld that the same, as also the accounts rendered by the late Acting Secretary, Mr. W. Anderson, be published in the local papors, at ia cost of not more than fifteen shillings to oeach." Carried. Proposed by Mr. Kerr, seconded by Mr. Edwards -" That Mr. Crook be authorised to procuro a maup of the Ceomtery, sizo about Ift. Gin. by 2ft. 3in., showing the soveral compartments (to be numbered) to bo kept at the residence of t...

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OLD STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 5 October 1867

OLD STOI11i ,lS. [FROMI "I OaIArEILRSi's JOURNAL."] 'THE'Y lie in the odd corners of oin's bra:n, covered upl and dark, till some chlnce .wind blows off the dust, aind brings the hidden thiing to light ahlmost uninpairad. And whereas the hundred-and-one big books rend but lately have passed away and left no impress, hlere come these old stories back as I heard them in days gone by, when I was young, which is not so very long ago, after all, Thoug'h there is, it mnuy be, a breath fi'om the enchanted land about them still, yet they are not now what they were once. You mano of mature years, how do you think of the stories which were all perfection in your boyhood ? With a smile perllhaps, half con passionate, hinf regretful. Told even by the same lips that used to tell them, they would not be the samec to vou now. Well, it is only a common 'law. Are the buns sold at that splendid shop round the corner what they used to be ? IHas raspberry tart its old flavour ? or ginger-boor the Aefre...

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BLACKWOOD. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and E. Baber, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 5 October 1867

ILACKWOOD. FRIDAY, SnvNreunna 27, (Before C. Shutor, Esq., P,.MI., and E. Bhaber, Esq., J.P.) Geo. Shaw v. Williamns. I~or goods sold and delivered. The defendant bollght and paid for some goods at the salo of Shaw Brothers and Co., part. of which he could not obtbin delivery of, and claimed a soetoll: Georgo Shaw was willing to allow for the bnge, but not tho other things. Vordict for broad bill, (1 GOis,, and Gs, costs, Caundago v. liclhardson. Mr. Millor for the pl.intiil'. Dlefeondnt did not appear. Mr. Can. dtigo stated that about throo years ago, Richardson brought a silver cup from l D?ylosford, which he stalted hoi had won at a wrestling match, and borrowed .?l upon it from the late Mr. Edwards. IHe afterwards borrowed the cup for a few minutes to show to some frienouds, but never returned it,' and loft the neighbourhood, and was never hoard of until within the last fortnight. Warrant granted. Shaw v. Purdlo,. Good sold. and delivorod. Verdict, .C1 LOs, 4d.; costs, Gs. Arran...

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