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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 12 October 1867

PORT PHILLIP FARMERS' SOCIETY. GRAND NATIONAL EXHIBITION, In anticipation of a visit of the DUKE OF EDINBURGH To the Show Yards, Under the Patronage of His Excellency Sir J. H. T. MANNEns-SurrTTON, K.C.B., And the auspices of the BOARD OF AGRICULTUiRE, OF HOISES, CATTLE, SHEEP, SWINE, POULTRY, DAIRY PRODUCE, AGRI. CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, MACHINERY, WINES, SPIRITS, ALES, &c., to be held in the Society's Show Yards, Melbourne, not later than the second week in November, the date to be advertised when fixed. Prize lists may be had on application at the Society's offico, 18 Bourke-street, or on application to the Secretary of ally of the Agricultural Societies throughout the colony, or at Sydney, Adelaido or Launceston. The date of the show (not later than the second week in November) will be advertised as soon as fixed, and also all parti culars as to date of entry, time that exhibits will require to be in show yards, &c., &E. HIoN. J. M'CULLOCII, President. M1. M'...

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BALLAN. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, (Before J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M., and Walter Duncan, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 12 October 1867

3ALLAN. TIIUIneDA, OoTon~n a 10. (Bofore J. M. oClow, Esq., P,M., and Walter Duncan, Esq.,, J.P1.) \Aloandor SohiElor v, Edwin Stophens, Goods, L1, Order by consent for 2£1 costs, 15s: \VWilliam Warhurst v. Peoter Graut. D)obt, £7 10s.-Work. Mr. Khig foir plalntiff. Nq appearance of defendant . N. II. eoadland swore to orvlico of sunmmons on dofndant's wife at his residenoo in Molbourno, from whom le could goet no information ns to whilre her ihusbanld was, excopt that he lhad gone "up the country." lrI, King stated that the defoendmant had ropeat edly Hhitted 1110the d(It mid promnised to pimy some iial, Order for 7 10s.,, nnd costs ,£4, Os. Jlohn Hill v. Hoe'y '., Holyosieo, (Goods, £2 IGk, Order by consoent for £2 10s., andl 5s, costs, reoderick 1M'loalan v. Shaftesbury Cooper. I''each of Poullnd Sltatute, 18(5, sees. 17 and 20. Stling a heifer, lproporty of comiilainhnt, without advertisiig the samto corrcetly in the Goerrnnot i'Odler, to the damage of complainant of 05. Mr. Oco...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] PARWAN ELECTION. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 12 October 1867

,, : o o ;.? SP 0 ??.o? , C0RRE8PONflENCEl [l1'ui; a. . o net 'posible for 1w opinions ,pi asC . beor corl7cspoideun, . PARWAN T I ELECTION. . ITo the Edior of th 1w press. SmR,--Boforo another' issue> of your paper the ratopayers d of ,Parwan. will be called upon to olect three membors to r6pesouent thoni in the. local U~oaird. I need hardly inform' tliheni th?it upon their choice will very mueli depend. the future prosperity of the district; and -is a ratepayor working and living among, them, :I would, ask them to oxamine carefully :tho abstract financial statemuit publisliued a fortnight stnoo in the local papers. By that they Will see that the Pentland Hills subdivision is due to Parwan olose upon nine hundred pounds; and to the other two subdivisions -Merrimu and Bacolhus Marsh-nearly three thousand pounds. There can hardly be a doubt but the partLyat present striving for a majoi'ity is doing so with iwview to perpetuate such a state of things. Indeed, the men who compose th...

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THE CONVICT COINER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 12 October 1867

THE CONVICT' CoINEI.--HO is a pale man with deep lines on his face, and an intellectual bforehead, He obeys rules, and goes on well in prison for a titme, but it is not long before he comes on to the doctor's list; and if hle is not put into hospital, which, if hle is an old hand, he aims at as a comfortable place, he. will i?'eign to be mad. He is a bit of doctor, and will scrape the lime off the whitewashed walls, and put it into his eyes, to make them sore; or hlie will dig a hole in his leg with a nail, and rub in copper or other poisonous nmatter-anything to g'ain relief fiom hard labour. He -Ihas been known to procure, somehllow or other, (probably artfilly concealed about him on his admission,) two half-pence, to place between them salt, which extracts by absorption thIe poisonous lparticles of copper, and to swallow this poisoned concrete da by lday3, in small doses, till hlie has made inself very ill. One instance is on record of a prisoner overdoing a trick of this sort, a...

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GISBORNE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9. (Before J.C. Thompson, Esq., P.M., and W. Robertson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 12 October 1867

GIBBORNE; ' . Wa2DNs5DAY , OcTonun 9. (Before J C. OThompson, Esq.,? P.M., and W. Robodtson, Esq., J.P.) Polico v. Toohoy. Splitting on brown lands without licenouse. Cllso adjourned for ?'ifortnighlt, to give.defendaunt an opportunityof getting a license. David Ml'Grogor v, Robeort Jacob. Branch of agroemount. Mr. Thompson informod the plaintiff that the case was one in whirh this Court had no jurisdiction. Case accordingly diisisod. Polieo v, John Todd. Dofondannt was summuoned for leaving his horseo:.unprototed on a public footpath, J)Disissed with. a oaution, Cooper v. Jas. Suddon. Seottled, William Forsyth v. John Hayes, No appearanco for dooefendant, Plaintiff sued for .£14, balance of hiro of horses and waggon for sixteeoon we6lbs, at 35s. per week., Verdict for almount sued for, and 20s. costs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 12 October 1867

:. THIE NAT.IONAL BANK OF - AUSTRAL ASIA. D -BACOHUS ?ARSH BRANCH. PAID-UP CAPITAL . . £540,000 RESE.ISRY FUND . . . £1 0, 0 00 C U RIUE NT RATES of INTEREST 'ALLOWED On Moneys deposited for fled .periods. SJOgN ONYNGiOM M'CAUSLAND, Managor. -BA00IiHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY S-- :,:.ROAD DISTRIOT. -, .A-I1W-AN" 8U1DI VISION. I llI{EIY (1 IVE NO'I'ICIh that the followizne persous have bo1n duly nominated as candi. date'dto roepreosoent Itli-t"nay. subdivision in ithe * Road Bolard,, via.-- WoxIaIIIn ANI)InmuoN Joiw CONNNLIa. MitnuAm, CONNm,, . CeIInAR,E CuM?MINS Ronawr (lGsar' - WVITlIAI GRANT rThe nulmber of calndidates being, ~1rsee, in excesos of the number of mIombors to be eloeted, a POLL will be taken, at the Oa. Coowr'nouse, 14addlngley, on l'R1D*' , lhie 18thaectb inst., ecomIenIncing at 8 o'clock in the forenoon, and closing at 4 o'clock in the afturnoon of that day. G . , PA'TERSON, Rleurning Officer. •Bathus Marsh, Octobor 10, 18(17. : HIRE COUNOIL, BALLAN. : EAiLED TENDERS,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 12 October 1867

A UTUI' lN AN]) WINTER CLOTHING. 000KSON AND BROWN, 5UCCESSOIRS ''O G. AND J. ESPIE, Tailors, Outfitters, and Shirtmakers, 43 BOUK1K.E STRE1'L' .East, 21[obou,'rnn, Establishcd 1853, IAVE much pleasure in intimating to their Sfriends and the public in goneral that their Slook this season is replete with the newest and best ldesigas in every article connected with (IENTJLEMEN'S D]RESS, Specially selected by their homo buyer, comprising all the novelties in COATINGS. Iliebs, Elastics, Moeltons, Venotians, Chovlots. VESTINGS, French, Plush, Thibet, Shawl, Real Soealskin. TROUSERINGS. Cheviots, Bliss Cords, IIoopor's Elastic, Scotch Twoods, Hunting Cords, OVERCOATINGS. eaveors, Witnoys, Astrakans, Irish Frieze, Waterproof Tweed. ALL 001GOODS TIHOROUGHLY SIHRUNK Before being mado up. Pattorne and Instructions for Self-Moeasurement soaot free by post, on appllioation. OUTFITS TO ENGLAND And all parts of the World, on the Shortest Notice. Modorate Chuarges. First.hlnss Cutters and Workmen ...

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BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 12 October 1867

BALLAIIAT MARKET MEssas. HIpnunN AND LoNAnn report: ''The stook ynarded wore 378 cattle, 5400 sheep and 983 lambs. Fat Cattle: Supply to hand yesterday was a moderate one in point of numbers, qhality ranging from good to medium. The umarket opened bi3isly at about last week's rates, but towards the close the town trade having ratisleod theminsolves, and but few country buyers being present, a reductlion of about 10s, a headl had to beo submitted to, Quotations: Best bulloolks, £10 to £12; good, £7 to £9; inforlor, from £5 up; cows at proportionate rates. Fat Shoeep: Mhore than an avorago supply, with a small attendance of buyers, combined to anflbct our market of this week most prejudicially; in fact, prices ruled lower than we ;mvo known them for years, fair shorn wethers selling at 4s., whilst prime hoeavy weight wothors in the wool only made ls. Fat Lambs: A laige number in; prices, lhowever, showed little alto ration on last wook; best made 7s. ,d. Storo Cattlo s During the wooe...

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MARKETS. MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 12 October 1867

MA B I K ET'8. - MELBOURNE, WEDNIPsAY, OcToI?Jl O. M. M'CAw AND Ah'O IIam; Produce lirokors, Royal Horseo Bazaaru, Mtolbournid; roport price. realisod for the woolek oending Oth October, as follows:--MLaizo, primno samuple (bags ls.), 2s. lild. per bushol; wheat, medium samples, ,is. 10ld.; Cape barley, 2s. 7d. to 2s. Pd,; colonial feed oafts, iuferior to prime, 1s. lid. to 2s, 10d.; Californian feed oats, bags d. oach, 2s. Gd. to s. 6d. ; damaged feed oats, is. ?id.; rye, medium sample, 2s. ;d.; blue peas, 4s. Pd. to 5s.; porennial grass soeed, slow salo, 3s. to Ps. Gd.; prairio grass soeed, 4s. 3d. to 5s.; bran (bags included), 10Ad. to lld.; bacon, modiumn to prime, small supply, Gld. to Pd. per lb.; hams, Od.; cheoese, inforior to mediumn quelity, 5id. to 8d.; pottod butter, 6d. to 7.td.; fresh butter, 7d. to Sd.; lard, 4.1d. to 5ld.; honoy, 5d.; eggi, in domaud at quotations, 10id. to 10,d. per dozen. Myssus. DAlmAunio ? CMAIIuDLaL nn Co, roport, Octobeor --F'at Cattle: Theo nu...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 12 October 1867

BIRTH. HARBORD.--On the 5th inst., at Ballan, the wife of Dodgson Harbord, Esq., of a daughter.

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BLACKWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 12 October 1867

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. ) THIS goldfield has been visited by a medical   gentleman of undoubted respectability, and con- siderable skill in every branch of his profession. The gentleman referred to is Henry S. O'Hara, Esq., M.D., late of Melbourne. I am under the impression that he has decided on permanently residing here ; if so, it will be a great boon to the people of Blackwood, as he possesses an amount of colonial experience extending over twenty years. Colonial experience is much needed in medical men, and therefore this is a decided recommendat- tion to Dr. O'Hara. Mr. Millyard, of the Royal Mail Hotel, and Blackwood representative in the Ballan Shire Council, is about to retire from public business. It is supposed this retirement is caused by the illness of Mrs. Millyard. This gentleman has been identified with Blackwood since its infancy, and during his long residence has secured a very numerous circle of friends; who deeply regret his probable departure f...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 12 October 1867

BATURiDAY, OOTOBER 12s, 1887. TH?E Ballan Shire Council should lose no time in.getting their Shire Hall erected,-as their present accommodation in the Court house is so insufllicient that the business has to be transicted ihi a slovenly way; and the fact of the Councillors being huddled to gother so closely that it is diflicult for one of them to move his arms to write a motion, appears to cause a want of dignity in treating matters brought before tihe Council. The seat accommodation in the Court.house is so limited, indeed, that when all the Councillors are present, it is with the greatest dificulty tlhat a small space on the table can be securedl by each on which to writeo annything necessary to be writton; while upon all occasions tlhe Engineer is compelled to hover round tihe heads of the Councillors when he desires to explain any plans, or make remnrks upon other matters. The Secrtary is rather better off for accommodation, as he takes possession of the desk of the Clerk of Pet...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. MADDINGLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 12 October 1867

ORIGINAL POETRY. MADDINGLEY.   O'er fair Australia's widening range, 'Mong numerous townships formed, It happens whiles, though very strange, One not with hotels stormed. No hotels in Maddingley. The public-house first shows its face The jail must quickly follow A Bench, likewise, to try each case; We've no such cause of sorrow In Maddingley. Our Courthouse, true, was built by men Of forethought and reflection; But it never could have struck them then That we need no correction. We don't in Maddingley. The Courthouse stands upon a hill Of rounded elevation; But no fines to pay the glazier's bill Caused its evacuation. Peaceful folks in Maddingley. 'Tis very strange why it remains That noble house forgotten; The rain pelts through the broken panes, And the inside is getting rotten. Should this be so in Maddingley ? Our cattle showyards, too, were raised To teach selectors gratis, The way to make their living from Beef, mutton, and potatoes. Industrious Maddingley. A fine...

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MELTON ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 19 October 1867

MIELTON ROAD BOA1ID. TItI ordinary fortnightly mooting of the Board was held at the office, on Friday, 11th last,, at 3 p.m. The members prsent were-Mensrs. Porter (Chairman), Blackwood, Ryau, Ross, and Moylan. Correspondence received fiom the Commercina Bank, ackiowledging the receipt of a remittanmce of £22 Os. Od., also receipt of note for £500, Surveyor's fortnightly report was read, com plaining of the metal broken for maintenance of the -Ballarat road by,G. Munro, it not lo ng to specification; also the same with respect to metal for construction of same road, by P. Korley. Proposed by Mr. Ryan, seconded by Mr. IBlack. wood, and carried-"' That Munro be paid only 75 per cent. on 75 per cent. of the metal broken by him for contract No. 88 on the Ballarat road." A inemooial was presented by the Chairmn.n; signed by 33 ratopayers in the neighbourhood of the Gap, asking the Board to takoehe necessary stop to ensure the opening of a road through thio Mount Aitken Estate, fromn Jook...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH, MELTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 19 October 1867

WE.1SB ILAN CIIURCHII, 1EUL'ON. 'un WUesloyans of Melton opened tIeir Church for public worship on Sunday last, the R?v. Henry Moore preaching, in the afternoon and evening;. It was only in April hlat that the foundatiu stlone of the building was laid, by the Rev. J. S. ?Taug;ll, so that surprising prog'ress has been mando sit the building, which is swall, certainly; but being built of bluestone, with a slate roof, it derives a ,ertaill beauty from being so substantial, and ytt not clumsy. ''ho intorior is not yet plastered, ana has a coiling been erected, but these work:; will loon be accomplished; and then the Wesleyanu rill have a remarkably lofty, cool, and homely little Church, capable of enlargement as the require monts of the congregation may necessitate. We have pleasure in adding our encomium of the labours of the Building Conmmittee to those so freely bestowed by the speakers at the tea mooting, held on Monday evening. The weather on Monday until mid-day was very detriment...

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GISBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 19 October 1867

GISBORNE. (1.no)i oUR owN CORRESPONDEN1'.) Tim members of the Rloman Catholic comnununity, finding their present place of worship inadequate for their accommodation, have resolved to build an addition to the building which has hitherto served as schoolroom and chapel. Having appointed a committeeo to collect subscriptions, and make the necessary arrangements for this purpose, with charaoteristio spirit they very soon collected the necessary amount of funds, and last week invited tendeis for the work, when they accepted the tender of Mr. Cherry, at £151. owv.LI~UI I~·~·,· ? t

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PRESBYTERY OF MACEDON AND WERRIBEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 19 October 1867

PIESBYTERY OF MACEDON AND WERRIBLEE. ''Ixie Presbytery met on the 15th inst., in the Presbyterian Church, Gisborne. Presout--levs. J. Lambio (Moderator), J. Moeek, R. Henderson, J. Scott, ministers; and Mr. William Robertson, elder. The petition from the congregation at Nowham, praying for the disjunction of WVoodend from Kynoton, and the formation of Woodend and Newham into a distinct charge, was taken into consideration. Messrs. Purvis and Rogerson, as commissioners from Newham, were heard in sipport of the petition; and in addition to their fxmor request they now urged that the district beoween T'ronthaml and Tylden should likewise forn part of the now charge. Mr. Cuninghaun, on b'half of the Woodend congregation, supported the request, stating that it was felt by all that someo' better nmeni should now be adopted for supply'ng the wants of Woodond and adjoining distriot. Mr. r. enderson having been heard on behalf cf IKyneton session and congregation, it was unnaimously resolved...

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GISBORNE UNITED DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 19 October 1867

GISBORNE UNITED DISTRICT ROAD BOARD, Tim Board met on the 14th October. Present Messrs. Brady, Hamilton and Hussoy. On the motion of Mr. Brady, seconded by Mr, Hlussey, Mr. Hamilton took the chair. Correspondence received from John O'Connoll, with reference to culvert at Cattle Arch, and direction of approaches to bridge at Riddell's Crock; from J. J. Stammers and Goo. Booker, with reference to proceedings against J. O'Connor for opening quarry in road; the Shire of Mount Eouos, about Government endowment of .£2 to .I1; M. L. King, M.P., acknowledging receipt of letter from the Bbard, with reference to the Government endowment, and saying he had seen the Ministor of Roads, &o., and that he had stated "that it would be provided for as far as he could promise;" the Treasurer of the Board, stating the balance to the credit of the Board in the Commercial Bank; from the Secretary to the Coentral Board of Health, forwarding copies of Public Health Statute; the Bacehus Marsh Board,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 19 October 1867

PUBLIC NOTICE : 'To thoelInhabitanus of -.Bacchus Marsh, Macddingley, Parwan, DaileyU, cE5. B A 0oC C I' U.s I I AR. H. Butchering :Co mpan'. THE. Proprietors having purchased fro Mr. SrtoeaTD BacnI his business nas i aBtcher, &e., they have determined. upon OPEN G on SATURDAY, the 17th inst;, with a laic supply of firseb-lnss quality of Beef, Mutton, P', Yeal, Lamb,:Sausages of all kinds, bladder La , smoked Tongues, smolcod. Rolled Beef and BIon; Pork and Mutton'Hnins Bacon, Salt Bee, ,. Together with everything in the.V ETABILE TRADE, viz,, Cabbages, Cauliflow- s, Turnips, Carrots, New Potatoes, Radishes, dory, Cress, Lottuees, . Orinnsj;: Oranges, ' Le ons, Apples, Flowers, &o. The propiietors hav mado arrange men ts that a regular and fresh supily of Vegotdbles. shall be had'evri'y Wednesday a Saturday. PRiCES ATI TIIE.LOWEST, P YING PROFIT. Orders punctually atten dl to. Terms as per agree n . N.D.-Eggs, owls, Duttou, nd icllxran Produce, taken in, exchange. T'...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. MONDAY, OCTOBER 14. MONDAY, (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and Dr. Rae, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 19 October 1867

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. MONDAr, OCTO??E 14, (Before C, Shuter, Esq., P.M., and Dr. Rae, J,P.) W. M'Kelvey v. R. Barbour. Wages nssheplerd- a£4. Mr(. Gell for the defendant. M'Kelvey stated that his son had been engaged by Mr. Barbour at £1 per week to shepherd some sheep. They were wild sheep, and his son left them in consequence. That was the only reason. Mr. Barbour asked his son to go and look for some lost sheep. He refused. The sheep were not counted to his son, but they were said to be 800. When his son gave them up there were about 420, and about 100 were got afterwards by Mr. Barbour's overseer. W. M'Kelvey, the son, stated that he was engaged at £1 per week to mind the sheep, which he did to the best of his ability; but they were very wild, and he gave notice that they must get another shepherd, which they did after about ten days. The new shepherd only stopped one day, and was obliged to give them up. Mr. Barbour thought he was losing sheep, but they had n...

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