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GISBORNE UNITED DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 November 1867

GISBORNE UNITED DISTRICT ROAD. BOARDI),. T'si Board mot on the 28th October, Piesentio Messrs. Robertson (Chairman), 'Hussey, Wilson and Campbell. The minutes of the previous meeting wore road and confirmed. The Clerk. was 'instructod to give Mr.' John White a copy of that, poitioti of thi minutes'df a incetiig of, the Board held 20th Augusli,'1868, having reference .to the appointment of managers to the Gisborne .and Bullengarook Farmers' Coimmun. Mr. Gannon, Clerk to 'the Lancofleld Road Boirdi attended to inform this Board that, the Lancofleld Board had appointed a deputation of two to wait on the Commissioner of Roads and Bridges, with reference to the. proclamation of a limin road to Landofield, 'apdasking this Board to appoint a similar ntmuher, mn order to iakl jdin't. doeptitatidn., . Messrs. Robertson and IHamilton .werpappolnted to act as a deputation. Correspondence received from Mr. J. C. Riddell, I.P., with reference to the Government endow. mont of .2 to .21, and refer...

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MELTON ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 November 1867

MELTON ROAD BOARD, 'IslE ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Board was held at the office, on Friday, 25th October, at 8 p.m. The members present weire-Messrs. Porter (Chairman), Staughton, Moylan, and Ryan. The minutes of the last mooting were'read and confirmed, Copies of letters written since last meeting were read and approved, Correspondence received from Assistant Com missioner of Roads and Bridges, respecting the work proposed to be done at the Gap Hill, Mounht Alexander road; from the Shiro of Mount Rouse, proposing to hold a conference of bodies under Act 176, and.press the necessity of continuing the £2 to £1 endowment on rates for a further poriod; from P. Kerley, asking for three weeks extension of time on his contract, main Ballarat road, in consequence of the wet weather; from M. Pa'rring ton, asking extension of time for his contract, Diggers' Rest road. Proposed by IMr. Moylan, seconded by Mr. Ryan, and carried-" 'that Kerley be granted three weeks extension of time ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 November 1867

>AiLAN.- Ilomundc4 a~ tI a nBdldn sniro lioed, 16th October." .JBl1'nia're, star 'andosiipi'like K nearly iiniden 3f (rou'iid!topledt' M)'tiiar'shotilder, `X offishoulder:;lIf riob oalai nde and expenses paid, to .be. sold, on 13tlitNovember . On, the .18th October, by C.QI. Lyon, Esq.4 trespase 2S. Bay or brown iire, star, bhlnd iear eye, SC! nhea shoulder. Oni 1i9th 'Otober, by E;'I'T. Ediards1;q., trospass 6d. each. Red and white bull, DC off thigh (damages .£5, notice sent to owner); white heifor, red ears, JMK off ribs; white steer, red ears, same brand; yellow steer, same brand; red cow, off ear marked, no visible brand; red bull calf, progeny, unbranded; red and white cow, PC near shoulder; strawberry heifer, CF off rump; red and white heifer, bald face, no visible brand; red and white cow9, round-topped MI off rump, DC off thigh I red and white bull calf, progeny, unbranded (notice sent, to owner); blue and white bull, no visible brand (damages £.5). If not claimed and ex...

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GISBORNE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 November 1867

CGISBORNE MECHANICS' INSTE'I'U''E. THn Committee met on Wednesday evening, 16th October. The members present were-Mr. HI. R, Dixon, President (in the chair), Messrs, Cherry, Williams, Lightfoot, and Thompson. The Secre tary submitted a statemodit of. accounts for the quarter ending 1Oth September, showing the receipts from subscriptions, &c., to be.£8 2s. 6d.; which, with the Government grantt-iii.id of £18 312s., left .a :balance (after .deducting 'current expenses) of £18, Moved by Mr. Thompson, seconded by Mr. Light foot, and carried-- That' the sum of £15 be ex pended in the purchlms'of new books.", Messrs. Cherry and Thompson were atppointed to draw orit "a silecifidation. of what ,works: were necessaryto the repairing of the Institute, and the Seciptary to iniito tenders for the work. Tenders to be opiened oon30th'inst. It Was stated that the local agent formthe Argus supplied thatlpaper.at 'm cost of £5 4s.'ptr annum, and the proprietors declined to interfere by, maki...

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BLACKWOOD. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M.; R. Lawson, Esq., J.P.; and E. Baber, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 November 1867

BLACKWOOD. Dr A.in Y * pcTo*EE2,,if '(f^'^^ '(Before C. Sihuter, Esq.,, P.M.; It, Lawson, Esq., J.P.,; and E. Bnbor, Esq., J.P,) Adjourned RBvision: Court,:. 'Mr{ Garland ap. plied to have his iame inserted on the Roll, Tho Attornoy.General's opinion is tliat his name sannot now be inserted ii the Eloetoral Roll, but Regiatrar had no right to refuse the applicant his appllcation, de noro, under his manhood sufflage. -ohnson v. M'Carthy. Mr, Miller for dofpndantl. Dobt--.M4 Ss., for work and hlbour. The plaintiff is a carponter, and .had boon work. iug for tho defendant at' odd jobs sinco the 28th August. Had 2s, 6d. at one time, and 10a. another timu, and also 20s. Agreed to put up a sheop foeco for 30s. ' I had some meals, anlld imct and (susages. Defendant asked me if I was going to charge him for my work. I said, " You." He said, " Very well; you make out your bill, and 1 will snake out mine." IDefendant roenderod me a bill for £6 Os. 8d., which I disputed. T. MU'Carthy examined:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 November 1867

PUBLIC NOTICE I To the IAhabitants qf Bacchus Marsh, Maddingley, Paruwan, Darley, 4'c. BACCUITUS MARSH1 Butchering Company. TIIE Proprietors having purchased from Mr. . RToHIArD Brocu his business as a Butcher, &o., they have determined upon OPENING on SATURDAY, the 17th inst., with a large supply of first-class quality of Beef, Mutton, Pork, Veal, Lamb, Sausages of all kinds; bladder Lard, smoked Tongues, smoked Rolled Beef and Bacon; Pork and Mutton Hams; Bacon, Salt Beef, &a. Togetlher with everything in the VEGETABLE TRADE, viz., Cabbages, Cauliflowers, Turnips, Carrots, New Potatoes, Radishes, Celery, Cress, Lettuces, Onions, Oranges, Lemons, Apples, Flowers, &o. The proprietors have made arrange. ments that a regular and fresh supply of Vegetables shall be had every Wednesday and Saturday. PRICES AT THE LOWEST PAYING PROFIT, Orders punctually attended to. Terms as per agreement. N.B.-Eggs, Fowls, Butter, and all Farni Produce, taen in excmhange. The hig...

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BALLAN. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31. (Before C. H. Lyon, Esq., J.P., and Walter Duncan, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 November 1867

13A1;LiAN? TuIUSDAY, OCTOBER 31. (Beforo C. II. Lyon, Esq., J.P., and Walter Duncan, Esq., J.P.) Jaon Libby v. Jaboz Libby. Charged with being a dangerous lunatic. The evidence totally failed to substantiato the charge.' The lunacy of the defendant appeared to consist of a slight attack of jealousy, to which , his wife naturally obJeoto, Defendant discharged.

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THE BLACK SPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 November 1867

TIHE BLACK SPOT. [FRoM "ONCN A WSKI."] Tinxitn was much mirth in Hong Kong. That little rook of an island-a perfect terrestrial paradox, so rich is it, and, at the same tiime, so unproductive-had lately received a substantial addition to its stock of European inhabitants. The governor gave four dinners and a ball, for British hospitality does not grow mildlewed in the far east, and the Rifles gave a bnll, and so did the 117th Foot, and so did the admiral, and the chief justice followed suit, Then the civilians had their turn. The ball was a splendid afflir. The hands of three regiments had been culled for the choicest musicians; Cantonese gardeners had furnished a perfect bower of roses and tulips for the occasion. Gold and silver plate, wondrous porcelain, glass of England andl Bohemia, crystal lamps, delicate viands, costly wines, obsequious waiters, all that tdollars and trouble could produce-and dollars andl trouble can oeffect a good tdeal-were fborthcoming, and all that was wa...

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MELTON. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 November 1867

S* MELTON. ''UEADAY, OCT'OUnE 20. (Before idhrloH Shuter, Eeq., P.M.) I3lakwoodv. Pritchard and M'Lellan. Plaintiff "tbeddCofndIatsi for work and labour done in ro. aP?ri" ' plough, tho proportya of W. F. Tulloh, "no had lent ~them the plough, and who objected to pay for the repaire, a lefigt that Pritchard & Co. broke the plough, and were bound to return it to him in good order. Mr. Tulloh was not in Court, and the case was dismissed, It. Lothbridge V. John Moylan. Obstructing the Valuer of the Melton Road Board, acting in pursuance of the Act 176. Complainant stated on oath thlt he was Valuer of the Melton Road Board. On.the 21st of October, he went to Moylan's place. Saw Mrs. Moylan, defendant's wife, at or about seven o'clock p.m.; swore it was not half-past seven, Gave her . notice of the valuation of his pioperty in Koreroit and Holden; also the notice of valuation of Mary and Margarot Moylan's land, selected under the 42nd clause, parish of IKororoit, Mrs. Moyhtn said...

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BALLAN SHIRE ENGINEER. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 November 1867

BALLAt SHIRE ENGINEER... To the Editor of the Eprelss. Six--Your correspondent, "Honesty," whose tirade against, me' appeared in your last issue, his die played therein so much disingenuodusnesed, un truthfulnesss, and coarseness, that I' regiedt to 'be obliged to-take any notice. whatever of so'ldis. creditable ,a ,production ; but. as silende -on my part miglit be misconstrued?. l.-feel, called on to take up the "toniahawk," and lay bare some of the flagrant misrepresentations; and coarsc, cowardly, and unfounded inuendoos with which his foully-conceived epistle abounds. ;. :: : 1st.-i reiterate that I am not the author of the letter signed '" Ratepayel', which appeared in the Guard(avi of 'the 12th inst. In giving me the lie dirdet, tiieleeore;,'dii this '?oint, '."Holicsty" 'has placed hbitself .in it most disgracetul',ndd huiiilie ,t~ig, positionll., position in .which -we behold the counterfeit piprist floundering himself in .the filth of falsehood and very. low conceptioni, ,...

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HOW TO MAKE FARMING PAY? [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 November 1867

110W TO MAKE FAlRMING PAY ? 'Tuts is a question now warmly discussed throughout Now Zealand, The Otago Witwoes says:-" At the Court House, Tukomairiro, a meeting was h1ld to consider " the most profitable way of employing the land, con sidering the present low prices." Several speakers mado very sensible remarks upon the subject, especially respeting combinin foding of stock with a iculture. The evini offoect of "growing grain alone" upon land was forcibly alluded to, and several alternatives were pointed out--ench excellent in its way, but, perhaps, none of them applicable to overy situation and description of soil. On this point, although not directly expressed, all seemed to agree: that constant cropping with groin alone must necessarily exhaust the soil, and ultimately render it iunprolductive. Every frmenr injures land when ho treats it in such a way as to produce a series of crops decorens ing annually in quantity and quality. No fact is better established than that the same k...

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GISBORNE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, (Before J. C. Thompson, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 November 1867

GIISBORN I. . :WEIDNESDAY, OCTOER 30. 0, (Before J, C. Thompson,Esq., P.M.) '-Bridget Monaghan (wife) v, Arthur Moninghlui (hituband), Assault. Plaintiff complained of her linsband's' brutal conduct towards her, and said she oxpected some day to beO'"miurthlerd" by himi but remarked, by way of consolation, " that if he did so once he would not be able to'do it a sooond time." Discharged with a cautidn, oh defdndant promising the Bench to conduct himself properly for the future. Police v. Henry Willey;: Defendant was'chargcl with keeping a 'billiard table'without 'd liedndo; having only a bear license', Fined .93., :' '': Callaghan vy W. O'Conidol 'Adjourned from last week;' DBbt~-',21,4,i'Ol. 'Yerdidt' for plhii: tifl and ' .d t ", ' . t ?t ,,

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MELTON ROAD BOARD. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 November 1867

MELTON ROAD BOARD, To' the Editor of the Expresse. Sim,-I most respectfully request a place in your journal td reply to a letter which appeared in the Juaerdiaa of. the 12th inst., signed '.'Daniel Ross," which appetirs to be an answer to a'letter Which appeared: in your: paper of 'the 5th inst., signed "Looker-On." Srons what I can gather from the general.town talk, and what I can take from Ross's letter, there can be no doubt but I am the one that he puts down as writer or dictator of the letter signed "Looker-On;" and, to say no more on that point, I.mn very proud to accept of the honour of being the writer or dictator of such a letter, which has given so much truthful information. After so miny hands employed, and so much time spent over the writing of Ross's lotter-viz,, four days of three men-I should have expected to have seen something bright. Instead of that, it' was nothing but rubbish; and I do not think many copies of the Guardian were sold on that account, unless.a few ...

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AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 November 1867

AGRICULTURAL, TROM~ Tit1l " ECONO?tST," OCT. 25. .3RtAAIST(U1FS are maintaining last quoted figures, and appear firm at £x12 10s,; a few parcels of Victorian flour have realisod £13. It was reported at the bepinning of the week that some 300 tons of' Tasmanian flour had been purchased for the English market, Wheat is very scarce, and commands 5s. 6d. very readily. Maize goes off fireely at 3s. Feed oats (Vic.), 2s. 6d. to 2s. 10d. ; Californian, 2s. rd. to 2s. ?d. In corn sacks the market is rather brisk, at 18s. The crops are disappointing the owners in many districts, the long-continued severe wet weather having encouraged disease instead of growth. The .blight is increasing instead of abating', find many farmers will be obliged to snerifice wide areas of oats which had months since promised a good yield ; the rust, also, is causing' great aplrelnhoesion among' our wheat growers. A week or two of fine weather would at this time be invaluable to the farmnor, for although a much lar...

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BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 November 1867

IT wll.,,be, soon by our advritislpg o~plunim ,that the next Popular Readings will be h]ld :on. the 13th November, Several- ladies have, we believe, oonsdntedto. aesist. those, who'h.bve?.up\ toithis time taken the whole buirdolof the inetrdiisental mulato upon them. The programme, we fancy, will be particularly attractive; and if we only can get t flue night for once, we may safely predict an overflowing house. Court Ballan of the Ancient Order of Forosters hold their fortnightly meeting on Wednesday night, the 30th, Chief Rangor Pung presiding. It was proposed that the anniversary day of the Court should be fixed for the 14th November, but this was considered to be too early-in the season, and an amendment fixing the 12th of December was carried. Of course, a demonstration will be made on that day, the precise nature of which will not be decoided oni till the next meeting, on the 13th November, but it will most likely consist of .a concert and ball; the latter will probably be heo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 November 1867

THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. BACCHUS MARSH BRANCH, PA1).UP CAPITAL . . £540,000 RE8ERVE FUND . . . £140,000 C URRENT RATES of INTEREST ALLOWED On Monoys dcpositod for fixed periods. JOHN CONYNGHAM M'CAUSLAND, Manager. MnI1~LbU F BAAC ti (AND I. t '1 R ;E3bDII L BACCIUS MARSHI-I SUB3DIVISION, El'lrNs NostCo.-E:raroanIiNAIcY VACANiCY. SHEREBY GIV E NOTICE that the following I pp'sqll have been duly. pominatce as Candi. daties to r6p esont the '3acchus Ma'sli 'Sti.idivision in the Road Board, in the room of Mr, Jeremiah Jo0N CONNETrT TftusAs CAIN, junior. The tnumber of candidates being in excess of the thanbor of members to be elected, a POLL will obe takienat the Cousr IHovsE, MACOnUU MDARHH, on MONDAY, 11th NOVEMBER, commencing at 8 o'elac' in the forenoon, and closing at 4 o'clock in the afternoon of that day. JA1ES YOU:NG, Rotu'ring Offlicer, aenochus MariAli Noveinher 1, 1817. BA00HU§, MHARSH, AND MADDINGLEY; DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. '"niY'lOLLEC' I'.ON OF, IRfATES. NOTIICE is h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 November 1867

AUTUMIN AND WINTER CLOTHING. 000KSON AND BROWN, SUCOES HO1N TO G. ANI J. ESPIE, I Tailors, Outfitters, and Shirtmakers, 43 1BO UR IE ST' llEET Est, Meelbourno, Established 1858, I[AVE' much plonnure in intimating to their 1+1 frlonds and the public in general that their Stock this season is replete with the newest and boat designs in every article connected with (IEN'TIEMEN'S DIRESS, Specially selected by their home buyer, comprising all the novelties in COATINGS. Eibbs, Elastics, Moltons, Venoetlans, Cheviotst VESTINGS, Flronch, Plush, 'lThhllot, Shawl, Roeal Seaonlskin. TROUSEIRINGS, ('hoviots, Bliss Cords, Ifoopor's Elastic, Scotch Twoods, Hunting Cords. OVERCOA'1INGS, . lIeavers, Wlitnoys, Astrakanm, Irish ]Friozo, Watorproof Tweed. ALL 0001)DS TIIOROUIILY SIIRUNIC oliforo being made up. Paticrns and Instructions for Solf.Meonuromont sent free by post, on application. OUTFITS T'O ENGLAN]) And all parts of the World, on the Shortest Notice. Modorato Charges.. lilrst.chlass Cutter...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. MONDAY, OCTOBER 28. (Before James Young, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 November 1867

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. ,, IBACCHUS MARSH, MONDAY, OCTOnBE 28. (Before James Young, Esq., J.P,) Spttaq Spudious Gorv.--Ah Soneo'was placed in the dock on this charge. Mr. Goll applied for a romand for a week, owing to the absence of a meatrial witness, Mr. J. Ii. Scott, who would have to be brought from Warrnambool. rRemand aur,--Afndrew nMilleroy, saddler, had boon arrostod by the police on tho 26th inst., as an absconder from .bail ,for: having committed an ,assault, in August last, upon Morris Solomon. Sonior-constdable Kiiinhn doposed to' h y'ipg arrested the 'prisonier''at Glohinomie,oro Satuir4'y, whon ho admitted boil g theliMiii ddscribod,lt tme Police Gae(tte, Prisonor: I admit boiig tho 'maln, bu only pushed Ashton for liavirig iisiilted my wife. Remanded to Melbouritic; to be brought up on the ?0thh October.............. 'The Argua has the following :- A"Androw Millyoy was charged with having ansauilteldan old man named Maurice Solomon, in the month of August. 'The assa...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 November 1867

: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1867. UP\WARDs of thirty years ann, the relative' position that' Governors should hold towards thsP jyom'?'ti:hey" ?ie? pent to Bgovi'n i the various colonies and dependencies throsighout the British empire, was clearly. defined and laid down by.the late Lord DUnHANr, when sent on a diplomatic mission to Canada. No one, we presume, will accuse that nobleman of holding demooratic views'; laici,. his high Conservatism was at that day wdll known, and on that account he was not con sidered a very fit person to send to the North American possessions of the British empire, who had all but severed the .connection between themselves and the mother country. We may, therefore, take his views on the relationshili that ought to exist between Downing-street and the different colonies with the greatest confidence; for if he erred at all, it dertainly was not on the side of the colonists, but on the side of the Crown, Lord, DunRHA stated distinctly that the Colohial" Goiern...

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BLACKWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 November 1867

BLACKWOOD.   (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)     A COMMUNICATION from the collector for the Kyneton Hospital, soliciting assistance towards the funds of that institution, has met with a truly responsive echo at Blackwood. A committee met at the Oddfellows' Hall on Monday night last, for the purpose of considering what means should be adopted for the purpose of obtaining pecuniary aid, and after careful consideration it was agreed that a concert, or varied entertainment, consisting of vocal and instrumental music, recitations, dra- matic dialogues, should be given. A sub-committee was appointed to make all necessary arrange- ments, and it is generally believed that the enter- tainment will be a decided success. Blackwood has benefitted largely by this valuable institution, and I certainly think that something should be done towards liquidating the debt by which the Hospital is at present embarrassed. We have never been behindhand in giving the utm...

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