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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 December 1867

Stroupultus OF TI?E FOY.YRTH VICTORX.IA PERMANENT PROPERTY BUILDING and INVESTMENT SOCIETY. Regislored pursuant to Friendly Societies Statute, 1805. TRUSTEES: William Henry Cutts, Esq., M.D.; John M'Gee, Esq.; Joseph Wilkie, Esq., J.P. PRESIDENT:-Peter Davis, Esq., J.P. TREASURvER -Albert Leo Tucker, Esq. COMMITTEE: Robert Byrno, Esq., M.L.A.; Richard Hodgson, Esq. L Michael Curtain, Esq., J.P. ; Bernard Lilienfleld, Esq,, M.D. STEWARDS: J. Gammie, Esq.; J. G. Seymour, Esq. ACTUARY :-G. E. Cowley, Esq. SOLICITORS : Messrs. Macgregor, Ramsay, and Braho. SURVEYORS AND ARoCILTEOTS: Messrs. Smith and Watts. AUDITORS i-Messrs. T. Dickson and A. Priestly. BANKERS :-Colonial Bank of Australasia. MANAozNo SECRETARY :-M. Miller, Esq., J.P. SHARES £25 EACH. Entrance Foee, is. per Share. Transfer Fee, Is. per Share. Subscription, is. per Share fortnightly. Redemption Monies, 2s. lid, 3s. 3d., 3s. 8d., 4s. 5d., or 6s, per Share fortnightly, at the option of the borrower. TIIE OBJECTS OF THE SOC...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 December 1867

BACCHUS MiARSH.--Impounded 24th Novemr. ber, by Thomas Brown; Esq., Yaloak Vale.. Brawn mare, IC near shoulder, C near thigh, 00T near neo'k, fore feet shod. If not claimed and oxpezies paid, to he sold on 25th December. Brown or bay colt, ^ over K near shoulder, If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 8th January. On 20th Dec., by J. Lyle, trespass 10s. each, severn pigs. War. ANDERSON, Poundkeepor. SIELTON--Impounded at MSdltton, 1st Deoem ber, by T, Seaton, for Mr. Jones, trespass is. Gd. each. Iron.grey filly, star, little white near hind fetlock, brands (if any) not visible; roan geldiug, light mane and tail, like K3 near shoulder and thigh, like .A--- over CO off side under adcdlo, like A off shoulder. If not claimed and exponses paid, to be sold on 1st January. On 9th December, bjr S. T; Staughton, Esq., trespass Gd. -Black mare, snip, like JL near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 8th J4.nuary. JonN M'DoNIALn, Poundkeeper. BALLAN. - Impounded ...

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A CORRECTION. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 December 1867

A CORRECTION. To the Editor of the E?epress. ;R,--Should you be able to find a small space in your valuable journal for the following, I shall feel obliged for the inserting of the same in your neoxt issue. I see there is an error crept into your report of the tea meeting at Melton. The vote of thanks proposed by me was to Mr. Hoar, and not Mr. Corr, as stated by you. And your report rogarding the inquest held on the 9th inst. is not strictly correct. You state that the jury deliberated for about an hour, and brought in a verdict that deceased was found dead in the Werribee, but there was no evidence to show how he died or came there. If it had been stated that the jury deliberated for half.an-hour, such would have been right; and it would not have taken five minutes. to arrive at a verdict, had it not h~ive been for two of the jurymoen, who wore of opinion that the cause of death was drowning, notwith standing the medical gentleman who ex?amincd the body stated that it was so far g...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 December 1867

ARRIVAL OF TILE ENGLISH MAIL. TnE arrival of the English mail was tele graphed from Adelaide on Sunday last. We present a summary of the news brought by her, in which the failure of Garibaldi's expedition against Rome is, perhaps, the most noteworthy item: 'Ier Majesty is at Balmoral, where she unveiled 'l'heed's statue of the Prince Consort. She returns to Windsor early in November. Her Majesty leaves her retirement this season, which is expected to be a most brilliant one at Court. The Prince and Princess of Wales have returned from the Continent. The Princess has much improved in health. Prince Arthur has recovered from a slight attack of small-pox. Dr. W. H. Russell has joined the Abys. sinian expedition. Three other representa. tives of London papers are with the army. The newspapers are discussing how to get Australian beef to England. The Australian Meat Company has sold 88,000 tons of preserved beef here. The tailors' strike in London, which com menced on the 1st March, and ...

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SELECTED POETRY. THE CANARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 December 1867

V i' LlcTED POETRY. THIE CANARY, A charming little household bird A golden-feathered fairy; Whoro'er his pleacant voice is heard, His owner must feel cheery. His Jetty eye expresses thanks For every amall attention; For water clean, for well-blown seed, And green-meat for a luncheon. le must not be in small cage cooped, Like goldy or poor linnet; A roomy one at leant for him, To fooeel he's free when in it. My little yellow.coated friend Will sing in any weather When Sol with glory lights our isle, Or folk round ingles gather. And though he cost but shillings fvln, Which some may think a.plonty ; I'veo earned to love him; so I would Not part with him for twenty: For In the morning, ore I raise My head from off its pillow, Hn starts and sings till twilight hour A carol sweet and mellow. And like a true, belovMb friend, His heart ne'er seoms to vary Oh, many a one some lesson sweet Might learn of my canary.

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BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 December 1867

BALLAN, Tun Anniversary Ball of Court Ballan of the A.O. Foresters was held on Thursday night, the 12th inst., at the Mechanics' Institute, and pro'ved in every respectb a completo success. By the exertion of Brother S.W. Gosling, aided by Mr. Leith, the room was most tastefully decorated. In particular, the device comprising the letters A.O.F., formed with flowers, above the chimuey-piece at the far end of the room, attracted general admiration. The dancing was kept up with the greatest spirit till daylight, when the company went home, highly delighted with the ball, and in great good humour with Court Ballan for providing such a pleasant night's amusement for them. There were several invitations issued to the neighbouring Lodges,. only one of which however was represented-the Mount Egertioni Lodge of Oddfollows-the Grand Blaster of which was present. The refreshments were highly approved of, and showed that the stewards had acted judiciously in that department. In short, everythin...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. MONDAY, DECEMBER 16. (Before Dr. Rae, J.P., and J. C. M'Causland, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 December 1867

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. .BACOHUS MARSH. MoNDAY, DEoEMa DTP 18. (Before Di. Rae, J.P., and J., C, M'Casuland, Esq., J.P.) Bacobhus Marsh Road Board v. William Hine-. Rates--£S 18s. Mr. Musgrave for the plaintiff, Mr. Gell for the defendant. This case was a dispute as to whether or not the Racecourse should be rated. Mlr. .Musgrave drew attention to the 205th and 206th clauses of the Local Government Act, showing that the rate, book was eonclusive evidence of the rate being due. WV. E. Standfeld, Collector, &c., for the Board, gave evidence of the several notices and other pre. liminaries having been complied with. Mr. Gell asked if the land was within the area reserved for a racecourse. Witness; Yes. Mr. Gell: Is it vested in trustees? Mr. Musgrave: Don't answer that question. Are the trustees rated for this property? Witness: No; Mr. Hines is the only person whose name appears on the rate book. Mr. Gell referred to the 181st section of the Local Government Act, which provi...

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BALLAN SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 December 1867

B3ALLAN SHIRE COUNCIL. VnEDrsDAY, DroaeinrE, 18. PIsENT?' - Couneillors Mi'Pherson (President.), Duncan, Osborne, Cantwell, Blake, Atkinson, and Graham. Tho minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Cr. Osborne considered that the tender box should be kept open to the last moment, and that therefore the Council should not open tenders until the close of the other business. Cr. Duncan took an opposite view, and thought that no tender should be received after eleven o'clook. People living at a distance could send their tenders by post. The President remarked that they must open the tenders now, at any rate, whatever change they might make in the future. The following tenders were then opened: Supply of 1800.yards of metal on Daylesford road --'I lomas Owen, £738 10s.; Alex. I'Kinnon, £580 6s.; Alex. Macrae, £507 Os. 8d.; James Keavy, £500 se.; William Flanigan, £505 10s.; John Whelan & Co., £505; Hugh Meikle, £450. Mr. H. Meiklo's tender was accepted. Works at Cant ...

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BALLAN. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19. (Before J.M. Clow, Esq., P.M., and Walter Duncan, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 December 1867

BALLAN. TavnsDAY, DcEnIasER 10. (Before J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M., and Walter Duncan, Esq., J.P.) Michael Shea v. Richard Shannon. Wages-.G5. Case postponed for four weeks. Jeremiah O'Connor v. Richard Cantwoll. Char. Sing excessive damages on six lilgs impounded by defendant. Mr. Miller for plaintiff, Mr, Ocook for defendant. Jeremiah O'Connor deposed: I am the owner of land adjoining that of the dofondant. On the 11th of this mouth, dofendant iinpounded six pigs belonging to me. The fence between us is a very good one, but a short time ago two panels wore burnt; they were burnt from defendant's side. The damages claimed wore oxeossive, boecause the two panels being burnt prevented the fence from being a good and substantial one. Cross.examined by Mr. Ocook There were two rails and some brush and aI log put into the burnt place. The pigs could easily get through all that. I do not know whether the defendant was awaro of the fence being burnt, but I do not see how he could help knowing...

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GISBORNE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18. (Before J. C. Thomson, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 December 1867

GISBORNE. WVI;DNWSDAY, DEOI.enan 18, (Before J. O. Thomson, Esq., PM,) Police v. Thomas Clarke. Drunk and dis. ordorly, Discharged with a caution, William Wheeler v. ICihnartin and Co. £4 12s., balance for labour. Verdiot for plaintiff, £4 12s., and 7s. Od. costs; £3 to be paid forthwith, balance -n or before 23rd iust. Joromiah ICenna v. Kilmartin and Co. £4 4is. Od. Veordiot for plaintiff, £3 4s. d., to be paid dowvu, balance ina month, and 7s, Od, costs, Nicholas Brown v. Kilmhnartin and Co. £4 18s. Veorlict for plaintiff, £4 Is.; L3 down, balance in a week, and 7s. Od. costs, Mr. Frodorick Hill applied for a hawker's license, Granted, 'Iho Court adjourned until the 18th January.

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GISBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 December 1867

GISBORNE., (Frnoe OUR OWN CORRESPONDRNT.) THe harvest prospects of the farmers in this district are anything but cheering this season; the wheat crops are far below the average of former years, and oats are a total failure. A patcl of about sixty acres of the latter was sold at auction on Friday last, by Mr. I. R. Dixon, at Cabbage Tree; and although said to be above t!e average of oats in this district, only realisod twenty shillings per acre, and competent judges said this was more than their value. The inhabitants of Gisborne and surrounding district woere early astir on Tuesday morning, making preparations to proceed to New Gisborne to join in the demonstration in honour of H.I.H. the Duke of Edinburgh. At an early hour, the school children mustered at their respective schools, all in their holiday attiro;, from thence they were conveyed to the New Gisborne Railway Station, and theretook their places in good order in front of the platform, holding in their hands flags with motto...

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BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, DECEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 December 1867

BACCHUS MARSII AND MADDINGLEY DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, DrOEaIDLnn 10. OnRDNAtY mooting. Present-Mossrs. G. G. Paterson (Chairman), M. Connell, W. Anderson, G, Grant, J. Tyson, J. Young, T. Cain, iLud W, Grant. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENOE. The Roads and Bridges Offlee acknowledged receipt of names of Chairman and Clerk. The Pastoral Association forwarded five copies of pamlphlot upon the land question. , The Borough of Daylesford complained of the hardship inflicted upon local bodies by having to pay expenses under the now Lunacy Statute, and recommended appealing to members for the district to got the law altered. After some little conversation, the matter was held. over, COLLECTOR'S REPORT. The Collector reported that £070 had boon collected altogether. Two orders upon the Government for money had boon dishonoured, owing to the non-passint of an Appropriation Bill. TENDERS. Tenders for the repair of the Worribee foot. bridge were ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 December 1867

S THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA, ' BACOHUS MARSH BRANCH. PAID.UP CAPITAL . . £540,000 RESERVE FUND . , £140,000 CURRENT RATES of INTEREST ALLOWVED On Moneys deposited for fixed periods, JOHN OONJYNGIAM M'OAUSLAND, Manager. BAOOHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. NOTICE IS HIERtEJIY UIVEN that SUM. MONSES will be insuied agniust all defaulters to tho Rato of 1S07.8, on THURSDAY, the 26THr day of DECELMBER instant. By order, W. E. STANDFIILD, Clork and Collector, December 21, 1867. SHIRE OF BALLAN. East Riding Election Notice. NOTIC01E is hereby given that in pursuance of the provisiois of the Local Uovoenionent Act, 27 Vlotoria, No. 176, FRIDAY, the 10l'i day of JANUARY, 1808, is the day appointed for tho Election of a poeron to fill the Extraordinary Vacancy consequent upon tho resignation of David Mairs, Esq. as a Member for tho Eiast Riding of the Shire of Ballan. Nomination papors, enclosing £10, in tho form provided by tho said Act, must be delivored to me at my res...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 December 1867

THE IMPORTED PURE CLYDESDALE STALLION, "LORD GLASGOW," Iill Stand this Season at B R 0 A D L A N D 8, BacchLus Marsh. L ORD GLASGOW is live years old, of great strength, and fine action. He was bred by Mr. Weir, one of the first brouders in Lanarkshire. T'rMlts:--£5 10s. and £5. Groom, 2s. td. Arrangements have been made with Mrs. James for her well.known paddocks, where every care will be taken, but without responsibility. For particulars apply at the stables, or of Mr. J. I1AOERTY. ·*, Twenty Sovereigns will be given by the owner of Lon GLOAsGow to the local Agricultural Society, to be divided into prizes of £10, £A, and £4, for yearlings the progeny of the above horse. W. MORLEY. "YOUNG ROB ROY," AN IMPORTED PURE BRED OLYDESDALE STALLION, Will Stand this Season at the Bald Hill Paddock, known as CRAVEN'S FARM, Within two miles of Bacchus Marsh, and adjoining Darley, where there is splendid grass. yOUNG ROB ROY (half brother to Blackleg), is a pure bred Clydesdale Stallion, stands...

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BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 December 1867

B3ALLARAT BIARKET. MxssEes. HIPnu1N AND .LEONA? report: The stock yarded wore 458 cattle, 80 calves, 41,85 sheep, and 2109 lambs. Fat Cattle: An average number yarded, all of which, with the exception of one draft, were northorn; quality good to prime. The market was brisker, and prices throughout showed an advance of from 10s. to .1 a head on previous week. Quotations: 16s. to 17s. Gd. per 100 lbs., one or 'two very prime pens making as high as 20s, Fat Calves: A full markeot of good quality; inevertheless the whole were cleared out at imunproved rates, best making up to O is. Fat Shoep: Supply was a moderate one, quality from medium to good, very few roelly prime being in; competition was considerably more animated than last week, and an advance of ls, a head on all olasses may be quoted. The boiling.down esta. blishmuents in this neighbourhood have already tended to steady the market, many settlers now fixing a reserve on thleir stook, and sending them to the pot if it is not att...

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MARKETS. MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 December 1867

MARKETS. MIELBOUENE, WEDNESDAY, DEozMnza 18, M. M'CAw AND ANoTUEU, Produce Brokers, Royal Horse Bazaar, Melbourne, report prices realisod for the week ending 18th December, as follows :-Flour, ,£15 per ton; maize, inferior sample, 3s. 4d, per bushel; food oats, s,. Gd. to 3s, 8d.; blue peas, 5s.; grey peas, 4s. 3d, to 4s. Gd,; bran, bags in, is. to is, 41d.; ditto, bags.charged, is. 3d. to s,. 4d.; maizeona ditto, 10d.; potatoes, bags in, £2 10s., per ton; onions, bags in, £7 bacon, medium to prime, Old, to.Od. per lb.; info. rior and damaged, 2jd, to O~d.; hams, 7+d, to 9id,; Bath chaps, 5id. to Gd,; choose, medium to prime, 6id. to 8d,; inferior, O8d. to O5d.; potted butter, Gd, to 71d., inferior quality, 4od. to Bd,; fresh butter, GUd. to Gd.; lard, 4d. to 5d.; honey, Sd, to 5}d.; eggs, Dld. to is. 2d. per dozen; mushroom ketchup, Gs.; Tasmanian janms, Os. Gd. to 7s. Gd.; marmalade, 6s. Gd. MEssRS. DALMAIHOY CAMPUELL AND CO. report, 18th Decomber:--Fat Cattleo: 1230 head were ent...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 December 1867

IT is generally an easy matter for any one to find fault, and it is particularly so in relation to a public body. Although desirous of bearing these facts in mind, we cannot refrain from blaming the Bacchus Marsh Road Board for its notion in regard to the collection of the rates for this year. They did well in appointing their tugineer as Valuer and the Clerk as Collector, but all the subsequent proceedings have been a muddle-vexatious and humiliating to the Board and to the ratepayers. The hearing by the Board of appeals against the assess. ment has been proved to be highly inex. pedient when put into practice and we trust the Board will for the ihture see the necessity of freeing themselves from any suspicion of favouritism by refuising to inter fore between the Valuer and the ratopayer, but will leave parties who may think them. selves aggrieved to appeal to impartial persons-the Justices in Petty Sessions assembled. Cases of hardship may, and indeed will arise, where the Board c...

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BLACKWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 December 1867

BLACKWOOD, (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THE late destruction of Mrs. Cruise's property by fire was more painful than your remarks in your, last issue would lead people to believe, as neither stock nor furniture had been insured. It is a dis tressing calamity. Mrs. Cruise lost everything; including £17 or £18 in cash, which was forgotten in the praiseworthy desire to save life before property. Mrs. Cruise has requested me to express her thanks for your kind remarks on the subject, The poor woman seems fully alive to the necessity of immediate action, on account of her young and helpless family; she has, therefore, re-commenced business on the upper part of Red Hill, on an" allotment known as Grime's corner, the purchase of which was effected a short time ago. Regret is freely expressed at the probable de- parture of Sergeant Wood from Blackwood, He is a most intelligent and efficient officer. He leaves many sincere friends and well-wishers, who cannot forget his friendly and genial ...

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

GLASGOW BOOK WAREHOUSE, 66 RTjIZA IETH B'JTR'EET, (orrost?rE TI ' "Ao5" OFFICe,) ME LB O URN E, QTANDARD BOOKS for tho Family Library J in all departments of literature. NEW BOOKS from London monthly. MAGAZINES and NEWSPAPERS by every mail, FAMI\Y BIBLES, with and lwithout illue. trations, in great variety and very cheap. Prices from 12s. Gd, to ?7 7s, POOCKET BIBLES with Psalms, Testaments, and Psalm Books, in overy style of binding. Depot for I'rosbytorian Sabbath Sohools. - R. MACKAY, Importer of Books and Stationery, W, B, STEPHENS Has much pleasure in intimating to his numerous friends in the West Bourke district that he has reoommenced business as a BOOKSELLER & STATIONER,? At No, 11 COLLINS STREET WEST, And respoectfully solicits the support and patronage of his former customeors, IVY LODGE OF FREE GARDENERS, lACCHUS IMARISH, 'lI'HE LODGE MEETINGS of this order are I held at the "COMMON SCHOOL," Bacchus Marsh, on every alternato TUESNDAY evenOing, at Eight o'clock, In...

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MRS. BROWN AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 December 1867

Mans, haow,? AT S1,-.-T took to o blowin' litke mad, nand if that underneath woman didln't 'owl like a hInatic, na-savin' as we should be b)lowedl into hike and perish, or be lost in a fog. Jest then the wessel give a lurchl as sent me nearly n.flvin, but-i 'eld on an put my foot down wit), all my foree as come agin somlething soft as proved to be that womann's fanee as were n-lyin' elose nagin the hedgo of the berth for firesh air. She give sich a shriek as made me let go, and osent me n.flyin' out of the door agin the fstewardes as welre a-comin' in ton see what was up, as 1 took for some one else, and in my fright 'ollers " Firel" thro' 'avin been told as it in safest to aenll, as lbrings every one to the )spot, nas I)'i'ap)s " Murder" might keel) away. It certainly did bring 'em all out oft' their herths in a jiffy, and you never see sill a sight, and the way as they madie a tdolwnright thoro'ftrn of me, as wore laying in the pnassage, as were thatl narrer as pass they couldn't,...

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