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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 25 December 1915
There will be no issue of "Thc Express" next week, 1st Jan. A calendar for 1916 is presented with this issue. Plain and fancy dress ball at Ex ford hall on Friday next, 31st inst. (New Year's eve). Proceeds to Red Cross funds. Good entries have been received for the Myrniong races on Noew Year's day. The, committee promise patrons to do all in their power to make .a successful day's racing. The weights are given elsewhere. On Boxing night, 27th inst., there will be a grand social in the Mc chanics' Insituto, in aid of its funds. On lNew Year's eve, 31st inst., the Exford Young Men's 'Club will hold a gran(1 plain and fancy dress ball, in' the Exford hall. Proceeds to the Red Cross funds. * A meeting of the Melton Red Cross is called for Tuesday after noon next, 28th 'inst. The weatlher for the week has been deilightfully cool. It is* hoped it will: coiutihu'-"o., during the holi ,ays, ,s there is'?a' ?aij' lcoit of grass, and .danger of"li'lsl fires increased with holiday mttkers :a...
BACCHUS MARSH CUP. Enlisted and Conscript meet again. (With apologies to the wrath of all poets). [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 25 December 1915
BACCHUS MARSH:: CUP. Enlisted and Conscript mleet again. (With apologies, to the wrath of all poets). The holidays are on us, and the crowds are coming round, From city, town and suburb we hail their joyous sound. No holidays for us, it seems tie game's completely up, For we're trained and nominated for the Bacchus Marsh Cup. There's one thing makes us cheerful, unless it means a lark, We've to do our next performance on the oval in thel.a'k. ,..:,.r: Th" going should be bonzer, ,we've heard it .called the like.s From the .toffs and little, dodgers when they do it on their bikes. Now En., I often think of. ou a cleaning out your gun, Why, hang it all, your in a place you cannot even run. Hang the blooming- nations, you should do the won't budge trick, And bum around the township,-with me and Tom and Dick. Just fancy, now, should you come back, you're, /sure to have a minus, There's some who watched their post until the very finis. You can't enjoy youreself a.bit, not even go on stri...
TOOLERN VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 25 December 1915
TOOLERN VALE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The local Red Cross has sclitl away, since my last note, two cases of eggs to the Base Hospital. IL is proposed shortly to organise a shooting party for all afternoonl among the rabbits, which are very plentiful just now. Those not too badly "shot about" would be very. acceptable to the wounded or sick men, and the sportsmen would feel that they were achieving a double purpose, to say nothing of the de struction of the pest. The Hon. Treasurer of the Red Cross (Mrs. Barrie) ackinowledges, with thanks, a donation of 8/9 from M.r. P. Glenane; 2/ monthly sub scription from Mrs. I. Barnes; also sale of some Red Cross books. At the recent examination, two pupils out of three (Sarah Scarff and Dorrie Robinson) got their Merit Certificates, while the pupil for Qualifying" Certificate obtained passes in all subjects but one.
TRAINING NOTES, BACCHUS MARSH CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 25 December 1915
TRAINING NOTES,.: BACCIIUS S"MARSH CUP. (By? Aeroplane). Great interest'continues .in this event, and new horses are .ii. train ing every morning, the lfostnotice able being J.- W. Tolinie's Pannicky Pessimist, by Germanation from D'nation. This horse-giv es a lot of bother on the tha/ck, and kicks up a lot of dust with its .esratie run ning. A change of feed.is recom mended, and would suggest a -trial of green apples, with a little strych nine. This would probably, have the effect of •quietening the horse down a bit. The Parwan boys are beti ing on Jim Whelan's Parwan Belle (Lady Driver-Haydigger), and this horse will take a lot of beating-to make him win. 'Wim. Grant's Willie, out of Office by Three a.m., puts on a lot of work, atnd if he does not knock up before the day will be worth watching. E. L. Simpson's Motor Cab, by Rattles, from Scrap Heap, takes a long time to get .off the mark, and several times has broken down on the track, but the ownei' perseveres with him, and puts ...
MYRNIONG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 25 December 1915
MYRlNIONG RACES. The .following weiglhts have been declared floi· the Myrniong races, to' be held on New Year's Day:- Trial Stakes, 5 furlongs-- Stray Arrow, Curtainera, 9.8; Lady Gor don, 9.6; Night Lecture, Wm. Tell, Sadie, Hillfield, 9.4; Locket, 9.0. Polly Race, 5 furlongs--Devon shire Lass, 11.0; Baron, Stray Ar row, 10.7; Sadie, 10.4; Ginger Lass, Criticism, 9.10; Lady Bells, 9.8; Plover, 9.2; Bud, Norton, 9.0. Myrniong Cup, 1 mile- Florric Park, Rahlnarra, 1.1.7; Jimiston, 10.9; Florrie Moore, TwoStep, 10.7; Stray Arrow, Curtainera, 9.8; hNight Lecture, 9.5; Manifesto, 9.0. Hack Race, 5 furlongs-Curfain-. era, 9.9; Hillfield, Sadie, Lady G or-: don, 9.7; Ginger Lass, 9.5; Locket, Plover, Norton, Gentle Ida, 9.0. Flying Handicap, 5,fur..--Florrie Park, Ralmarra, 11.7; Devonshire Lass, Florrie Moore, 11.0; Two Step, 10.7; Win. Tell, Stray Arrow, Cur tainera, 9.8; Sadie, 9.4; Lady Gor don, 9.0. Weltei Handicap, 6 furlongs- Florrie Park, Ralniarra, 12.0; Dev onshire Lass, Florrie...
BOXING DAY SPORTS, BACCHUS MARSH. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 25 December 1915
BOXING DAY SPORTS, BACCHUS MARSH. Few country towns can boast of a Park the equal of the one in Bac?, chus Marsh, and the residents should feel proud of it--no doubt they are. But its upkeep .has to be provided for each year, and one nmeans of do ing'tliat is holding a spbrts gatler ing each year. This annual-event will take place on Monday next (Box ing Day) 27th inst. A varied pro gramme of events has been arranged, which will :be run off during the afternoon, commencing at 1.30. If. the sun's rays remain tempered with mercy a pleasant outing can be looked forward to. A local tradesman'i. wood chop has been included inl teh?programme, and already over 40 entries have been rtceived for it. For the evening something unusual has been provided in the special engagement of Madame Lena Conly, the eminent vocalist, and her Concert Party. For the convenience of those who cannot attend early, a few reserved seats have been pro vided, early' application for which should be made to the .Secr...
BACCHUS MARSH. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 25 December 1915
BACCHUS MARSH. Boxing Day sports, Bacchus Marsh, on Monday. Attend, and as sist the Park. Boxing Night Concert. Excellent programme by Madanme Lena Conly and party. Baptist Church, Bacchus Marsh, Christmas services, Sunday, 26th jnst..'-Morhing, 11; evening, 7.30. Special anthems. Soloist, Miss Woodward. Preacher--Pastor S. Whitchurch. All welcome. Presbyterian Church services, 26th inst. :--Bacchus Marsh, 11. Soloist, MIiss Nesbitt. 7.30. Soloist, Miss Alice Gr'ant. Melton, 3. All wol come. Rev. B. Williams. Church of England services:- Christnmas Day--Bacchus Marsh, 8 a.m., Holy Communion; 11 a.m., Morning Prayer and Holy Commun inon. Rowsley, 8 p.1n1. Sunday, 26th" iinst.:-Bacchus Marsh, 1 1 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. The distribution of the Sunday Scliool prizes will take place at Evening Prayer. Coinadai--2.20 p.11.., Sunday School; 3 p.m., Even ing Prayer and Holy Communion. All services-Rev. T. W. Davis. .Church of England services'- Bacchus Marsh, Satiurday, Jan. 1st, 1916. Church w...
SOLDIERS' LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 25 December 1915
SOLDIERS' LETTERS. Mr. Mark Kyle, J.P., hlerrimiu Park, Bacchus Marsh, has received the following letter from Lieut. Colonel R. A. Crouch, who is on active service at Gallipoli:- Dear Mi'. Kjyle.--I rcad in a bEe lated Melbourne paper that you and Mrs. Kyle have had your golden wedding anniversary.j Dear old friend, although so far away, and although I have not seen you lately, kindly let me join in very heartiest congratulations to you and her. My letters are severely censored, and I cannot, say where I am nor what is ham)pening. But as'I write heavy shells are passing over (over, I am glad to say) my dugout, and bullets, &e., are constantly whistling around. Thank God, I am still well, having only hal one slight hit from* a spent bit of steel, and it didn't even pene trate my tunic. My corps is a fine one; the men the best in the world -happy, patient, hardworking, and takin, this life as a duty to God and their country. I would not be out of it for all the world offers; n...
The Peer and the Woman. Published by arrangement with Messrs. Ward. Lock & Co. Ltd. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XXX II.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 25 December 1915
BY E. PH.ILIPS OPPENHEIM, Published sy arrangemeit :ilth Messrs. Ward. L-ck & Co. LtW, [All Rights Reuerved.] CHAPTER XXC 11.-_Continued. "A'nd do you like it?" "'Well; as much as most of these poky little Continental-towns," he ad'. mitted grudgingly. [,jl~pn't !Ike any lplace so well as Englai.it)h.ugh. It's a great deal too hot h i~jne Don't you find it so?'" *"No, i don't think. I.. ai.n.tr'ered. 'But then, of course, 4 in?rr &tt'empt to go out in the mid~dle', ?'fthe day,: - and. .perhaps''-·am,-,more-, used-'.t?"'it, too. You see; I have lived in France all my life." "How well you speak English!" he said, admiringly. "Your people are all French then. I suppose?" My people! What grim irony It sounded. It only he could have known what a heartanche hissimple words gave me! I leaned back in my chair. and for a few moments .I forgot his very existence. Was there not a.cruel .unelinesS in the, very thought that imy memory was powerless to recall even my mother's face...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 25 December 1915
Latest WAR News! Stick to Your Giuis, "M~OSSt~Y.,, Continue to Fire Oati ;-The Best Matferiail, _:Latest Style, anld i Good Workmanlship t.o The Front .every Em. MOSS, The People's Tailor, Bacnhtstretsh I 8=+++o++. r THE FORD SPECIALISTS I Wish to inform the Residents of Bacchus Marsh and District Sthat they are making every provision for the upkeep of "this WJIPOPULAR CAR. =-;,dk, E,.+d0,. d....l,, ,,lhOtlo...hlihh. .... . ' f.. * FORD CA.RS ; . LATEST MODEL, Single Seater, £180 Complete. Ditto Double Seater, £195 Complete. - 1W 'OW w'-"q."u OIU?'UP~. UY U "9" .W q Please Remember All Cars ordered through US wvill have our Special " Attention. This means a BIG SAVING to you, for upkeep. SUPPORT LOCAL TRADE ~~IT WILL PAY YOU WELL. . IUIUONmak flros. Fod gec ' BMOTOR GARAGE, BACOHUS MARSH. 'Phone 29. "-.CHAS. J. GRANT +o+. ?: aad:G BOOT and ShOE SPECIALIST .+G H![+IAPris B'O'Ots ad For a Fortnigriht!, To Clear BELow CH APBO T CosT Proems. To Bes Hmake room for ' New Goods. +GENT'S BA...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 25 December 1915
WPEDNESDAY Dec.29 BALLAN CHRISTMAS SALE. At their Ballan Yards. L. A." FAIRBAIRN & Co. will hold their Christmas Sale on WEDNES DAY, Dec. 29th, 1915, commencing at 10.30 a.m., when they will defin itely yard fully 1000 FAT SHEEP and Lambs. 150 FAT BULLOCKS, COWS and HEIFERS. (Being drafts from local fatteners.) Also usual drafts of store, young, and dairy stock. As there are no markets during that week in either Ballarat or Mel bourne, the Agents have arranged, for the convenience of buyers, to truck'stock by saiiie afteriioon's train. Note Date and Time of Starting. THURSDAY, Jan. 13. 1916. BACCHUS MARSH. SALE OF LAND AT MOUNT "BLACKWOOD. L. A. FAIRBAIRN & Co." are in structed to. ell by Auction, at the Corporation Yards, as above, at 1.2.30 p.m.- * Crown Allotnent 14, of Section 8, and Crown Allotment 57, Sect;ion 7, Parish Blackwood, County of Bourke, containing 134 acres and one perch or thereabouts, known as Morrison's. Also, Crovn Allotment 46, of Section 7. Pa...
BACCHUS MARSH POST OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 25 December 1915
BACCHUS MARSH POST OF?'[ICE The Office closes at 6 p.m. daily. Office opens for 20 minutes after Melbourne mail is sorted--6.40 p.m. to 7p.m. Private box holders may obtain their letters at all hours. Telegraph Office open from 9 a.m. to 6p.m. Telephone from 9a.m. to 8p.m. Money Order business open from 9a.m. to 4p.m.; Saturday, close at 12 noon. Registered and Parcel Post mails close 15 and 20 minutes before stated closing times. Mails close daily:- Melbourne--7.40 a.m., 12.20 p.m., T.P.O., 8 p.m. Ballarat-8.20 a.m., 8 p.m.o Ballan--8.20 a.m. Rowsley--8.20 a.m. Myrniong-8.20 a.m. Melton--7.40 a.m. Balliang-9.30 a.m. Mails received daily: Melbourne-9.10 a.m., 6.20 p.m., 9.10 p.m. Ballarat-12.55 p.m., 9.10 p.m. Ballan--12.55 p.m. Rowsley--12.55 p.m. Myrniong-8.20 a.m. Melton--9.1O a.m. Balliang-5.15 p.m. G. M. CREAGH, P.M.
THE EMPIRE'S CALL. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 25 December 1915
'THE EMPI1RE'S CALL. The following have responded "rom Bacchus Marsh and district:- W. Allan. Win. Brennan, Jas. Bushby, Isaac. :. Ji-unt, Raymond Boyd, Patrick Barry, Fred. Brighton. Frank Crook, Webb Crook, Chas. Crook (one family), Win. Clark, J. R. Cadierwood, W. G. Chippindall, II. Croton (w.), J. Cosgrove, W. Cook, Henry Hodson Campbell,'* Walter Crouch. Norman David Davidson, Alex. Daurward, Leslie Davis. Charles Edwards, Roy Edwards, .Wm. B. Edwards (one family), Reg inald Evans, W. Edgerton, Clarence Earl. Alf. Farrow (wounded), Alf. Fair bank. Arthur Gladman, R.. T. Grant. Arthur Hine (killed), Thomas Hawkins, "Jack" Hammond, W. T. liorder. James Kennelly, A. J. Knight. Henry Lay, Chas. Lyle, Hugh Lockwood, Peter Leitch. Alex. MIurdoch (killed), William Mort~on (w), Gee. Moore (w.); David R. Moore, Jas. H. Moore, Chas. A. Moore, Peter Moore (one family), Ed. Marsh, Thos. Manly, Ken. Moore, John Main, Albert Martin, W. Murcott. Wm . McKenzie, Jas. McGregor, Jno. McPherson. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 25 December 1915
COMMONWEALTH ? OF AUSTRALIA £100,O,O000 4/ per cent, WAR LOAN, 1925 PRICE OF lBUE, PAR, THE LOAN 18 TO BE UTILISED FOR WAR PURPOSES ONLY, and will take the form of Seither' INOCIBED STOCK or TREASURY BONDS,'at option of Subscriber. Both CAPITAL and INTEREST will be a CHARGE on the CONSOLIDATED REVENUE of the COMMONWV.ALTH. BONDS and TRANSFERS FREE of COMMONWEALTH or STATE STAMP DUTY and INTEREST FREE OF INCOME TAX. STOCKS or BONDS will be accepted at PAR in payment of Commonwealth PROBATE and SUCCESSION DUTY. The Stock is an authorised TRUSTEE INVESTMENT. TREASURY BONDS issued in denominations of £10, £1009?, E£00, and £1,000, or STOCK INSCRIBED in amounts of £1OO and multiples of £10 over £100. REPAYABLE AT PAR ON 15T1 DECEMBER, 1925. INTIREST PAYABLE HALF-YEARLY. A FULL HALF-YEAR'S INTEREST WILL BE PAYABLE ON 15th JUNE, 1916. INSTALMENTS payable as follows :- £10 per cent, on application. .£15 percent. on 29th February, 1916. £20.per cmnt. on 1Sit March, 1916. £25 per cent. on 28t...
A GERMAN VIEW OF THE SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 25 December 1915
A GERMAN VIEW OF THE SIT UATION. "No State coveted our land, or menaced German integrity; our ships were welcomed in every ocean; and our citizens enjoyed tile fullest civil rightrs throughout the world. The flag was respected everywhere. To day it is the badge of infamy. To their last hours the Kaiser, Von Tir pitz, and Von Bethman Hollweg, will _carry the brand of shame for the unparalleled ruin they have wrought, and the misery into which they have plunged the world by laud and sea."-The German Hu inanity League, Amsterdam. Foul, blood-stained tread every land, To you and yours was free, All met you with thle open hand, And gentle courtesy. Where, too, the British ensign waved, Your men of trade 'might stray, And unconstrained, as time and tide, Their wealth of wares display. Your kith and kin to land and mine, Were welcome as t;he day, Each tilled his cornfield, dressed the vine, And who dared speak him nay? Your dwelling place you chose--your fanes, YouiF own God's altar reared...
BACCHUS MARSH. No. 59. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 25 December 1915
I3ACCHUS MARSH.: i :? ' By W. WILLIAMS, B.A. No. 59. Wre start on J875. In 1874-5 the district folk had only one subject of conversation, and that was--thistles! tlhistles! thtistles! Tile Council had decreed that the pest should be cx terminiated. Tie Shire Council of 1915 evidently is not. so zealous over the eradication of the boxthorn. An inspector was appointed, a Mr. Tom Kis.ock, to whom reference has been made more thlin once. Apparently, Mr. Kissock gave'no quarter. Any landowner that had thistles on his possessioll hal to face the Police Magistrate. and Mr. Tomn Kissock was no respecter of persons. One of the first to receive a summons was a Councillor. Bitter letters ap peared in the "Express." At social functions any allusion to the thistle crusade was properly topical, but nMrh. Kissock was far more abused than praised. In "Express", Jan. 9, 1875, appeared sonme sat~irical verses. A Mr. Tanner, I understand, owned a mu, Wi-frequented pub., and, reading between tihe lines...