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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 December 1867

A COMI'AIISON of the annual statements of the Ballan Shire Council and of the Bacchus Marsh and Maddingley District Road Board will demonstrate to the most casual inquirer the immense loss to the latter body annually accruing, because the opportunity was not taken at the proper time to form it into a Shire Council; but Ballan and Wyndham, whose local bodies were of more recent establishment than that of Bacchus Marsh, were allowed to take. territory which right fully belonged to Bacchus Marsh, and which would have enabled the rights and revenue of a Shire Council to have been claimed by that township. The reason of this lament able want of, what appears to us to have been siiple common sense on the part of the inhabitants, in the present road district of Bacchus Marsh, is not kilown to us in a sufficiently clear and reliable manner to enable a record to be made of it here, for, as our readers are aware, the Expr'ess had not entered upon its career at tloe time we speak of; but doubt...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 December 1867

PUBLIC MEETING. A ,ninirTNo was held in the Meehanios' Institute, Bacahus Marsh, on Saturdity night, in reference to the seleotion of land in Parwan under the 42nd clause of the Amending Land Act. About one hundred persons were present, and Mr. Jeremiah ktyan was voted to the chair, The Chairman said that some would recollect a meeting hold at the Border Inn three years ago to got this land selected. lie was then almost alone in wishing the land to be taken up, but since then others had seen that the land was gradually going away to people who were not likely to do much good to the distriot with it, Those persons living at Maddingley might say that they wanted the land for their cows, but they could not expect to always have it; and it was better for them to lot those who had pegged out the land get it, as they had a right to it from long residence in the noeighbourhood, rather than see the land sold by public auction, At, any rate, the question of cultivatimn the land or not ought ...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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THE BEST TIME FOR CUTTING GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 December 1867

TE B3EST TIME FOR CUTTING GIATN. As the harvest is now rnpidly becoming genernl nil over the country, it is as well to remind both farmers nod millors that now is the time fbr continuing' the experimeonts which have beeoon made at different dates for deciding upon the best period for cutting wheat. The opinions curoent in the agricultural world are still so contradictory that nothing but a frequent repletition of these experiments will settle the matter. The subject was first publicly mooted in the Quarrlerh Journal of Angriotlture for June, 1841, by Mr. HIanunm, an eminent Yorkshire agriculturist, who asserted most positively that wheat cut when thoroughly ripe is both loss in weight and inferior in quality to that which is cut aweek or even a fortnight befobre thorough maturity. His first experiments were maIo in 1840, when he took three sepanrate samples of wheat to market, and found that the grain cut on August 4, when still "green," fetched 01s. per quarter, whilst that which w...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. MONDAY, DECEMBER 2. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 December 1867

COOURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS, HACCHUS MAItSH. MONDAY, DImEolieintL 2. (Before C. Shutor, Esq., P.M,) VAOs~ANY,--T, Mills was charged with having no visible means of support. Senior.oonstable Kiornan stated that the man had been going about the township for several days past; aunoying people, and drinking in the several publio.honuss. Ho had been arrested during the past wooeek for an assault, but had been discharged, as the prosecutor failed to appear, Prisoner promised to go to work, and was dischargoed. Alexander Yorksteiu v. John Connoll. Debt, work and labour--.20. Mr. Goll for the defendant. Alexander Yorl:stoin statad that he had agreed to build a house for Mr. Connell at a schedule of prices, The agreement was verbal at first, There was no bulked sum agreed for, although defendant wanted him to do the whole work for £27. There was no tihe mentioned to complete the work in, His Worship considered that he had no jurins diction, as there was a written agreement, and any order he mi...

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GISBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 December 1867

GISBORNE. (r'nO OUR OWN COnEaEsPONDENT.) A Fraw days ago, a young lady, daughter of Mr. Dewar, of Hay Hill, near Gisborne, while taking in her father's cows to be milked, was attacked by a bull that accompanied them in a furious manner and thrown violently to the ground. Fortunately the attack was witnessed by some men at work. on the farm close by, who promptly rushed to the young lady's rescue, But for their prompt assistance the result would have boon serious; as it was, Miss Dewar escaped with a severo fright and a few bruises. "Do you know who built this bridge '" said a person to Hook.--" No," replied Hookt; "but if you go over you'll be folled." WoosD.-When Daphne was changed to a tree to escape the wooings of her lover, she was more uood than ever. E?NAOINe WiTH A VENEANCEn.-"Well, Bridget, if I engago you I shall want you to stay at home whenever I shall wish to go out." "Well, ma'am, I have no objection, providin' you do the same when I wish to go out" . . A GooD REAsON.-A...

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THE PANAMA MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 December 1867

TIEH PANAMA. MAIL. Tita following items of news arrived. by the Panama mail steamer on Monday last :- Her Ma\jesty the Queen is in good health, and is residing at Balmoral with Princes Arthur and Leopold and the Prince and Princess Christian. 'Theo Princess of Wales continues to make pro'ress towards recovery, and annguine antichntions are entertained of a complete cure. She will probably remain at Wiesbaden for a few weeks more, Rumours ire constantly arising about the designs of the Fenians, which cause much anxiety in England and Ireland, On the 5th, advices were received by the authorities that. the Fonians intended to attack one of the armouries. Tho troops were moved and posted at the different armouries to protect them, The manifestations on the part of the Irish in the North of England continue, as it is believed that the Fenians contemplated an attack, The Government despatched troops to various points, in case of the threatened rising taking place. A larmo detachment of tr...

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BALLAN. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5. (Before J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 December 1867

IALLAN. TIIU?soAY, DE o iscERa G. (Boforo J. M. Clow, Esq,., P.M.) John Watson v. - Webb. Ront--192s. No napparanco. John Corry v. Charles Mackay. Wagos-lO10. Cuso struck out, with costs, I..1 Alexander Elder v. William Carroll. 'Wagos- £31 13s, Caso dismissed. John Willimus v. ])onald Smith and wife. Wilful damago to propcrty-5s. Fined se.; com pensation, 56.; costs, £1 11i. William Lock v. Waltor Ulncan, Not branding broad ilna(l for nalo by dofoedant. Mr. Miller for coImplnainnt. It nppearr;d that the bread in qleastion ws ( :of standard quality, an(d, therefore, by thu Itakers and Mlillor. Sltatute, it was not nwecesaLry that. it should be branded. Only bread of nlixod quality requires to 1ho brandOd, and muu;t be marked with the letter N or II. T'ihe require ini1ts o0f the Act ippeuredl to have boon entirely overlooked or inisodulerstood by the plaintilf. Cahn disnmisued, with £1 Is. cospts. Szome v., i. . I,'oote. ,lliug hreadl short weight. The plaintiff failed to in o Iweith...

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BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, DECEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 December 1867

BACCICUS MAIRSSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRICT ROAD BIOAID. MONDAY, DEICEL'BER 2. OnDINARY meeting. Prosont-Messrs. G. G. Paterson (Chairman), T. Cain, MI, Connell, W. Grant, J. Tyson, and J. Young. The minutes of the last ordinary meeting, and of the annual meeting, were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Information was requested for the Victorian official Post Office Directory. Information to be sent. Messrs..Burke and Allen, of Coimadai, com plained that the Engineer had not kept an appointment with th:em to examine a road. Not received, Mr. Costin complained of excessive assessment on land at Merrimu, Not entertained. ACCOUNTS. D. Harbord, £6 10s,; Watson and Cuthbortson, £80; W. E, Standfield, collecting rates, £15. Messrs. Watson and Cuthbertson asked for an extension of time upon their contract for erecting bridge near Rowsley. The first month after the contract was lot turned out very wet, and the cutting was solid rook, which had not been expected. 1'hO Engineer recommended the...

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THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 December 1867

THE D(JUKE OF EDINI3URGH IN VJCTORIA. ON Friday last the Prince laid the ibundation stone of the new Town Hall, Melbourne, whicl is to cost £(15,290. There was a large concourse of slpectators and others, including His Excellency the Governor, His Lordship Bishop Perry, the Mayor, and several members of the Ministry. The address from the Cor poration was beautifully and richly illumina ted, and was enclosed in a very handsome case resemlbling a book in shape, and con structed of 100 distinct pieces of wood, among which are represented wattle, swamp onk, Tasmanian mask, honeysuckle, silverwood, ironbrk, -Iuaon pine, tulipwood, myall, sandal wood, redg in, cherry, shoouk, blachk wood, boxwood, hoonk, myrtle, Victorian musk, plain myrtle and other woods. These are so set that they radiate at one side from a golden shield, bearinn' the inscription, " Ad dresses to his Royal H!ighness, Duke of Edin burgh, .K.G., from the Corporation of Mel bourne." Mr. Reead, of Road and Barnus, the ar?h...

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GISBORNE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4. (Before W. Robertson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 December 1867

GISBORNE. WImDNESDAT, DEOEMBER 4. (Beforeo . flohortson, Esq., J.P.) Police v. Martin Robins and James Wilson. Defendants were charged -with cutting timber on Crown lands without a license. They said that they were informed that licenses were only issued two days in the week; and with the intention of procuring them as soon as they could be got, they had only just started to work when Constable Gleeson stopped them; they had since procured the licenses. Mr. Carroll, C.P.S,, denied that licenses were issued on two days of the week only, He wished it to be understood that although he only attended his ofilce two days a week, yet licenses were issued by him at his private rosi deance overy day in the week. Cases dismissed. In the absence through illness of Mr. Thomson, P.M., Mr. Booker requested his Worship to adjourn the hearing of the cases, Gisborne Road Board v. defulting ratopayers, until next Wednes day. Court adjourned accordingly.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 December 1867

THE NATIONAL BANK OF S' AUSTRALASIA. BACCHUS MARSH BRANCH, PAID-UP CAPITAL . . £540,000 ?tESERVE FUND . . £140;000 CURRENT RATES of INTEREST A LL OWED On Moneys deposited for fixed periods, JOHN CONYNGHAM M'CAUSLAND, Manager. . :' :: SHIRE OF BALLAN. NOTICE TO RATEPAYERS. OTICE' is hereby given that all, Ratopnayres -N who hitve NOT' fAID 'l'HIIEt IRAT.ES for the current your on or before the' 16th D)ecember oext, will bq SUMMONED. for the recovery-of the same according to law, - (By order of.the Council) 1 t , 1H. YOUNG, S ecretary, &u. Ballan,-Nov,.20, 1807. SHIRE COUNCIL, BALLAN. '[rOTICE IS HEREDY GIVEN that the OFFICE °: of the Counoil will be OPEN for the.tran aoction of business on W ED NE S 1) A Y and THURSDAY in each weak. By order, 11. 'l., YOUhG, Secretary. THE MELTON DISTRICT "ROAD BOARD INVITE TENDERS from persons willing to SREN'L' the DJERRI\,WAIlt'II TOLL, on the main Ballauat and Melbourne Road, for the year 1868. 'Tendors to be addressed to the Chairman of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 December 1867

TIIE IMPORTED PURE CLYDESDALE STALLION, "LORD GLASGOW," I~ill Bstanld this Season at B It 0 ADLA N D S, lacchus Marsh. ORD GLASGOW is five years old, of great j., strnogth, and fine notion, Ito was brud by Mr. Weir, one of the first brooders in Lanarkshire. TE??ls ;:- 5 1Os, and £5. Groom, 9s. ad. Arrangemnouts have boon made with Mrs. James for her well-known paddocks, where every caro will be taken, but without responsibility. For paiticulars apply at the stables, or of Mr, J, IlioEnTY. *," Twenty Sovereigns will be given by the owner of LonD GurAsSow to the local Agricultural Society, to be divided into prizes of £10, £0, and £4, for yearlings the progeny of the above horse, W, MORLEY. "YOUNG ROB ROY," AN IMPORTED PURE BRED CL'YDESDALE STALLION, Will Stand this Season at the l)ald 111 Paddock, known as O?AVyEN'S FAtll, Within two miles of Bacehus Marsh, and adjoining Darley, whore there is splendid grass. Y OUNG ROB ROY (half brother to Blaokleg), is a pure bred Clydesdalo Stalli...

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BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 December 1867

BALLARAT MARKET. MEssrs. HEPnURN AND LEONAnnD report: The stook yarded were 280 cattle, 7008 sheep, and 2400 lambs. Fat Cattle: Supply was a short one, yet more than ample for requirements, owing to the large purchases made by the trade in late full markets. The attendance of buyers was most meagro; consequently, although prices at the commencumcunt weore little lower than last week, the demand was soon satisfied, and the sale closed flat, about 40 head being turned out unsold. Quotations: Best beef, 12s, Gd. to 15s, per 100 Ibs. Our sales were for dealers, 100 head, up to £G 12s, Gd. Fat Calves : None in. Fat Sheep: A full market, with but a moderate attendance of buyers. Sales, on the whole, were lower than for many years; and had it not been for a con sidorable number purchased for the boiling-down establishments recontly ereoted in this neighbour hood, a clearance could not have boon elfeoted. We are sanguine, however, of an improvement in a little while, as many have now signif...

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MARKETS. MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 December 1867

MARKIET8, tMELf3OURNE, -WEDNESDAY, DEozESDRa 4. M. M'CAW AND ANOTIEER, Produce Brokers, Royal florse azaar, Meolbourne, report prices realisod for the week ending 4th December, as follows:--Flour, medium quality, £12 10a. per ton; wheat, none to hand; feod oats, in demand at quotations, 8s, to s., 1.d. per bushel; blue peas, inquired for, 4s. 6d,; grey peas, 4s. to 4s. 2d.; grass seed, no sales bran, begs in, is. 8d.; potatoes, bags in, £2 2s. lOd. per ton; bacon, medium to primoe, 6d, to 84d. per lb.; inferior, 3d,. to Gd.; hams, Od. to Old.; cheeoose, inferior to first-class, 4!d. to 9Od,. potted butter, U.d, to 7qd.; fresh butter, iUd, to 8d.; lard, in bladders, 4d, to 5d.; honey, in bottles and drums, 41., to ld.,; eggs, 8.d, to is, l d, per dozen; . bark, in bundles, £8 3Gs. per ton, Messas. DALrMAIIOY CAnI' ELL AND Co. report, 4th December:--Fat Cattle: 1050 head were entered for the week's supply. Of this number, 700 consisted prinolipally of good beef, with only one s'nall l...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 7 December 1867

IMPOUNDINGS. IACCHUS MARSH.-Impounded at Bacohus Marsh. On 9th November, by D, Robortson, Esq., trespass Gd. each. Chesnut colt, blaze, three feet white, TK over TI near shoulder ; bay filly, star, large snip, PK near shoulder; black mare, CB near shoulder, H off shoulder, If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 11th December. On 21st November, by Mr. J. Craven, trespass Gd. Chesnut horse, short tail, blaze, Al near shoulder; bay mare, I near shoulder, Al off shoulder, like LS near cheek, 10ot off neck, On the 24th.Novom. ber, by Thomas Brown, Esq., Yaloak Vale. Brown mare, IC near shoulder, C near thigh, OCT near neck, fore feet shod. If not olaimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 25th December. War. ANDER. sor, Poundkeeper. BALLAN.-Impounded on 11th November, by Mr. James Hoolahan, trespass Gd, Straw. berry heifer, off ear marked, W before blotch like L off ribs, If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 11th December. On 14th Nov., by John Edols, Esq., trespass 2s....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 14 December 1867

Jroopecctus OF THE FOURTH VICTORIA PERMANENT PROPERTY BUILDING and INVESTMENT SOCIETY. letisltoed pursuant to FriendlU Societies Statute, 1805. TRUSTEES: William Henry Cutts, Esq., M.D.; Johni M'Goo, Esq.; Joseph Wilkie, Esq., J.P. -' PcREIDENm T -Poter Davis Esq., J.P. TREAsURER:n-Albert Lee Tucker, Esq. CoMMITTEE: Robort Byrno, Esq.,: M.L.A.; Richard IHolgson, Esq.; Michael Curtain, Esq., J.P. ; Bernard Lilionfleld, Esq., M.D. STWARDnH: J. Gammie, Esq, ;'J. G. Seymour, Esq. ACTUAvY :-G. E. Cowley, Esq. SoLIorroI s : Messrs. Macgregor, Ramsay, and Brahoe. SURVEYORs AND ARCHmTEOT?s Messrs, Smith and Watts, AuDITORS :-Missrs. T. Dickson and A. Priestly. BAwNKERS -Colonial Bank of Australasia. MANAGING SECRETARY :-M. Miller, Esq., J.P. SHARES £25 EACH. Entrance Fee, 1s. per Share,. Transfer Foe, l. per Share. * Subscription, is. per Share fortnightly. Redemption. Monies, 25, lld., s. 3d,, .3s, 8d., 4s. Sd., or Os, per Share fortnightly, at the option of the borrower. THE ODBJEOTS OF T...

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HOW AGRICULTURE MIGHT PAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 14 December 1867

. HOW AG1ITOU.LTURE MIGHT' PAY. hBEonE 1thoe wr ar, nttl and sheep wore raised, and though for the,. last three yoars meat and dniry produce have mnde'three times the price of the proceding time; yet there aro golitlemen wiith i'rge i'rats of land. who do not manke interest on the capital invested. -Are, good iccounts kept ? Thero' should be; enol field ought to have one against it-thie crops should be every bushel enitored mid acharged to the particulai' stock donsim1in' it, a id the different .kinds of animals shouhld have set against them the pasture, fhay, food, nd roots they eat, as also the attendanco they recoive, nidt forgotting to orodit themo with tlie manure they make.. A ,joui'nal correctly kept, with reoinrks on the 'soodings, miode' of culture, and harvesting, statihg' at least once n week how tho crops anre. prospering, anld hat condition the live stock is in, giving reasons for either good or ill .progress,. recording, continuilly whore the stock is lying in suininor...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. MONDAY, DECEMBER 9. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and J. Young, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 14 December 1867

COURTB OF PETTY BESSIONB. BACCHUS MARSH. MONDAr, Daimaicn 0. (Before C. Shutor, Esq., P.M., and J. Young, Esq., J.P.) Watts v. King. Fraud summoins-.£1 17s. Ordero for the amount, with 2s. 6d. costs, to be paid within one month. Watts v. R. Evans. Dobt--&1. Order for amount, with 5s. costs. Hayqs v. Cain. No appearance. Daloy v. Dowsor. No appearanceo. " M'Clintock v. Manley. Sottled. T, M.anloy v. C. Dean. Work and labour £14 109s. Mr. Goll for plaintiff. This was a dispute about the price of a dray, and the delivery of twenty-five bags of cliarcoal on the 21st September, T. Manloy deposed that he agreed to sell a dray for £14, provided Dean let him have charcoal at Is, 3d, per bag; but if the charcoal was to be Is. Gd. per bag, the dray was to be .16, - His wife could corroborate that, Cross-examined by Dean: Had only made one dray. Had boon charged is, Od., per bag for the charcoal, . . Mrs. Manloy corroborated her husband's evi deonco as regards the price of the dray. Th...

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SELECTED POETRY. THE WILLOW TREE GLADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 14 December 1867

"' .TP? WILLOW '1'TRiEE l hNDE. Mydlove and. I stood by a murmuring stream, 'Under the willow troe.'s shado; Thoe waters were kissed by a golden sunbeam, And ripplod along with a sparkle and gleam, All along through the willow tree glade. My love and r listened, and joined in the song . 'lhbe gay little wavelots ,Idlo, Which plen?atlly munrnured and rippled along, The osoers, and ruslnhs, and lillies among, All along through the willow tree glade. But, oh I thoir low song was so thrillingly swoot, Vainly to sing we essayed ; No words could we find that were flitting and moo To flow to the munsio that played at our foot, All along through the willow tree glado. Yot were we not silent, but sang like the birds, Sanld my baut iful maid- Like the songstors who sing to the listoning herds A love song, untramneolled by measure or words, All along through the willow tree glado. Atid still we were sinning, na homeward we wont, I and my beautiful maid; For in the low lovo.song our feelings ha...

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MELTON. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and A. Macintosh, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 14 December 1867

MtELTON. TUESDAY, DIerOnBIan 10. (Beforo C. Shutor, Esq., P.M., and A. Macintosh, Esq., J.P.) Henry Sidney v. Vincent Scotchmore.. This was an information laid to bind defendant to keep the. peace. There. was no summons returned to the Court, plaintiff alloging that he had not received one. In the absence of the Clerk of. tho Court, Mr, Cooper (wlio is on leave), the case was hold over, and a fresh summons granted for the next Court, the 24th inst. A. Shobler v. DT, Parrington, Debt, goods, &c. -£7 5s. 2d. No appearance, Case dismissed, O. Taylor, of the Gap, appealed against the valuation of his house and throoe acros of land at the Gap, valued at £10 per annuml. Reduced to £8. Robert Johnston appealed against the valuation of house and half-acre at the Gap, in his occu pation, valued at £10.. Reduced to £5. Thomas Alexander appealed against the valu ation of his house and land at the Gap, valued at £10. Reduced to £5. James Lambio claimed to be exempted from the rates for ...

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