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To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866
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BALLAN. TUESDAY, AUGUST 21. (Before J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M.; and Walter Duncan, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866
BALLAN. TUESDAY, AUGUST 21. (Before J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M.; and Walter Duncan, Esq., J.P.) Police, by Senior-constable Walsh, v. Daniel Mehan. Having sold a bay mare, the property of one John Patterson, supposed to have been stolen. Prisoner discharged. Francis Miller v. Patrick Burke. Information to bind to keep the peace. Application refused. Same v. Same. Assault. Case withdrawn. Patrick Burke v. Francis Miller. AssacIlt. Fined Is., with costs, 15s. James Partridge v. Thomas Fall. Illegal dis. traint. Dismissed. Same v. Same. Neglecting to give a bill of charges when distraining for rent. Dismissed. Samev. Same. Neglecting to give an inventory when distraining for rent. Dismissed, with £1 Is. costs for the three cases. N. B. Headland v. Same. Notice to replevy. Struck out-no jurisdiction. Maurice Nash v. Mrs. Gurney. Debt-12s. Order made for 12s., with 2s. 6d. costs. Keran Egan v. Shire Council. Damage to pro perty-- 10. Postponed for a week. [Mr. Duncan did not sit on this case....
To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866
To the E?itor of the Express. SIR-In reading the report of the meeting of the Bac?hu Marsh Agricultural Society, regarding the amawgyamtion of the Ballan and Melton Societies with Jacehns Marsh, I was vary much surprised at re:vlinug Mr. A. Grant's statement that he would rather join BalTla than ~telton, for the reason that hO thought no Society would work well with Malton if Mr. Porter were connected with it. Such may be 3rr. A. Grant's opinion; but as a resident of eleven years ina Melton I trust you will give my opinion in your paper as regards Mr. Porter; saiI in expressing it I believe it is also the opinion of a very large majority of the respectable inhabitants of 3Melton anl surround nug district. I have Inowu 1Mr. Prte: for up wards of eleven yea?, and consider that any So?eety will work welt which has far it.s members gentlemen of Mr. Porter's standing. I considerhim to be a straight forwardman, who has aiays taken a lively interest in any matter tending to the advancement...
BLACKWOOD. FRIDAY, AUGUST 17. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and H. Lawrence, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866
BLACKWOOD. FRal?, AUGoST 17. (Before C. Shuter, E q., P.MI., and H. Lawr rence, Esq., J.P.) AsdsLT. - Candage . Wilson. Adjourned cause. Fined 20s., apd .£1 Is. costs; in default, one month's imprisonment, -E)r.-Beart v. Williams. Gods--L 14s. Settled out of Court. LucE:Ny.-ILow Cheen Kooe, a Chinaman, was charged with stealing gold at Ballarat. Remanded to Ballarat.
BACCHUS MARSH AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866
BACCHUS MARSH AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. To the Editor of the Express. Six-Having observed in your last week's paper, in your report of the agricultural meeting, that Mr. A. Grant stated that no Society would work well with the Melton Society if Mr. Porter wore connected with the latter, I would like to know what reason Mr. A. Grant can assign for his ob servation. Is it because Mr. Porter is not a Scotchman Or is it because Mr. Porter is a thorough business man, and a gentleman, and much esteemed by the majority of the people in our district P I think Mr. Grant ought to be ashamed when he saw his observation in print; it was insulting to a much-respected member of our Rload Board. Mr. Grant will be called upon to give a suitable apology with regard to his observa tion at an early day.-I am, sir, yours obediently, AIG. SHEBLEa. Melton, Aug. 23, 18iO.
A CORRECTION. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866
A CORRECTION. 'l'o the Editor of the Elpresa. Sin-Will you allow me to correct an error which appeared in your paper on Saturday last? Your Melton correspondent, in his graphical account of "a race under the 42nd clause of the Land Act," should have stated that M'Donald, not Graham, came in the winner. Your correspondent's mistake no doubt arose from the fact of MDounald making straight for the land required to be pegged, whereas Graham-who had just applied for and obtained a twonty.acre allotment, and not there. fore competent to peg again himself-made for the township, fore the purpose of rounding up his friends; and, judging from the time he took in marshalling his forces, proved without a doubt as many have before-that friends, when wanted, are not readily to be found. FAmPL.tY.
BACCHUS MARSH AND PENTLAND HILLS FARMERS' SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866
BACCHUS MARSII AND PENTLAND ILLS FARMERIS' SOCIETY. AT a sub.conlmmittee meeting of the Bacchus Marsh and Pentland Hills Farmers' Society, held on the 23rd August, 18ti6, there were l pr.Žaent-Messrs. Myers, W. Grant, D. 'I'houmas, and Young. The Secretary read a communniication from the President (MIr. Crook) apolhgioing for his absence A communication from the Secretary of the Ballan Society, proposing a coufereuco at Ballan on the 21st inst., on the subject of amalgamation, was also read. Mr. Young stated he was present at a meeting of the Ballau Society, on the 21st inst., at whioh the desirability of amalgamation with the Societies at Bacchus Marsh and MIelton was fully disouosed. The Ballan Society considered that it was not desirable for them to amalgamate with Molton, but were favourable to an amalgamation with the Baoehus Marsh Society. After disoussion, the Committee considered it unadvisable to take any decided stops in the matter until the meeting for conference, in orde...
THE "PET" NEWSPAPER. To the Editor of the Bacchus Marsh Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866
TUE "PET" NEWSPAPER. To the Editor of the Bacc!h?s Marshr Epess. Sita-The Ballan Shire Counciladoptedacourso of action to-day, which, I conceive, involves a depar turo from the principles of justice; and with your leave I shall briefly lay the facts of the case before your readers. At the previous meeting of the Council it was resolved that a copy of the bye.laws be forwarded to the publishers of the Express and Guardiaen neowspapers, and that these gentlemen be requested to forward to the Council a statement of the amount for which they would advertise these bye. laws in their respective papers; or in other words, tenders were called for advertising the bye-laws; and at the meeting to-day a letter was laid before the Council from Mr. Swords, offering to advertise them four times in the Guardioan for the sum charged by the Government Gazette for one insertion -this amount I may state is &1 7s.; and another letter was laid before it from 3Ir. Mlaeutcheon, of. fering to advert...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866
THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA, BACCHUS MARSH BRANCH, PAID.UP CAPITAL . , 9540,000 ,1:ESEIVE FUND . . ., 130,000 I ºIIlE following RATES of INTEREST are allowed on MONEY D]EPOSITED at this 3lrtnch, viz. I OnrlDposite at 80days' notico, 4por cent, per annum. S. Sf ( months ,, 65 , 99 0 6 ,, ,, ,, ~ ,, 12 ,, ,, 7 ., T. NIXON BINNEY, ManAX oIn. N 0 T I 0 E, A LL I'ERSONH laving CLAIMS against ,. Maosa?s, ILACJ(WOOD arind PIITCAIIRD, tr; Road Contrnctors, up to 15th May, 1866i, are requcated to rond ill the samell to Alexander iP iukwood, of Melton, on or before tiIhe 6th of "ijptemnber next, for cx)alnllition and pnynoent, as theo Iarttlership is now c:llsud,. ALEXANDER BLAOCWOOD, A ugust 24, 1800, IBACOHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRIOT ROAD BOARD. A PPI'LICATIONS, addhressed to the Chairman will be received until one p,m. on Saturday, the let day of September next, from personls willing to undertake the combined dutille of VALUER) and COLE',,1CTOI for the onesuln! year, at a retamne...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866
PROSPEOTUS OP 'P'lTi BACCHUS MARSH AND GENERAL ADVERTISER V'ol BALLAN, MELTON, MYRNIONG, BLACK WOOD, EGERTON, AND 'THEfl SURROUNDING :DISTRICTS. ON Saturday morning, the 7th of July, will be published the first number of a now weekly papor, to be entitled the Bacchus Marsh Express. We conceive that the timoe has arrived when a more full and correct exponent of the varied and import ant interests of the Blacchus Marsh Division of West Ilourko is desirable than has hitherto existed; and it is hoped that the scope of the columns of the 1Jecchus Marsh ?xpress will afford adequate facilities for the attainment of that object. We shall shortly state the general principles which it will be our task to advocate, and the policy which we intend to adopt in our editorial capacity. Of the various suljooets presented to the Victorian P'ress for the consideration of the publio, nothing has of late excited so much interest and attention as the state of political affairs. During a very long period ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866
SATUIDAY, AUGUST' 2, 1800, Wtn congratulate the people of Bacchus Marsh, Pentland Hills, and Blackwood, on the successful issue of the late banquet to the menmbers for West Bourkc. The wholo afliir was carried out in a manner creditable alike to the promoters and to the gentlemen in whose honour the banquet was given. The deinonstration on Friday week last is not withouit its significanco. It shows that the representatives of West Bourko possess the confidence of their constituents in this district; and it must be gratifying to these gentlemen, after the stormy scenes of the crisis through which they have lately passed, and the attacks which have been -nmade upon them by the leading journal, to know: that their conduct as members 'of the Assembly is not only approved, but hiighly appreciated by the people of this district. We regard this, and similar demonstrations whidch have been made lately in various palrts of thie colony, as evidences of the increasing vitality of public opinio...
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866
NOTICES TO CORIESPONDENTS. CozmunrvoAIaTIo should be forwarded as early in the week as possible, and should be addressed to the Editor, Express Office, Bacchus Marsh. Contributors are requested to write upon one side only of the paper. All oommunicntions intended for publication roquire to be authenticated by the name and address of the writer. Anonymous communi. cations will not be attended to. All business communications and orders should be addressed to the Manager, Expre8s Office, Bacchus Marsh.
CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] BACCHUS MARSH COMMON SCHOOL. To the Editor of the Bacchus Marsh Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866
CORRESPONDENCE. [lWe are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our corresl)ondents.j BACCHUS MARSH COMMON SCHOOL. To the Editor of the lacchus Marsh Express. DEAR SIR-Perceiving in your last issue a letter signed "Enquirer," requesting to know from me, as the hon. correspondent, the reason why Messrs. Dodds and Reid, who had been nominated as members of the Central School Committee, had not been gazotted-in reply I may remark that I hope " Enquirer," whoever he may be, has not made this request with a view of stirring up party feelings in the minds of the Committee, which I regret to say have for some time past, and do at present, exist amongst its members; and which if not quickly dispelled, will tend to create dissen sion among us as a community, and injure materi ally the best interests of the school. To avoid eonouraging this feeling, I will not enter into a long explanation by stating the various remarks which have fallen from members of Committee from time to time upon...
LYNCH LAW IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866
LuNCR LAW IN ENGLAND.--A scene not creditable to the London police occurred on the Derby Day in front of the Grand Stand at Epsonm, in presence of hundreds of police men there on huty, under the immediate eye of their officers, Sir Richard M3Iayne himself being on the course. A "welcher," which is, we understand, a slang synonym for a professional man who does not pay when he loses, was recognised within the-precincts of "the sacred ring," attempting to ply his dis honest calling. The unlucky wretch was instantly set upon by the members of the ring, hustled, beaten, kicked, and finally stripped naked and turned out, bleeding and almost insensible, on the heath-no police man raising a finger to protect the poor devil or to arrest his cowardly assailants. Now, we have no particular sympathies either with "welchers" or with members of the betting' ring, but we think that this tacit concurrence of the police in Lynch law on our racecourses is much to be deprecated. Lynch law is a weapon...
CATTLE DEI[?] PREVENTIONS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866
C"ACMS DvMAiUtPiearnsme nia lct Iffou0mf-A IM U1 1sw4 ie f t4 I iN-e, = bMy ifr4eiagf sr gej the e tl rairs'ka 4 sli eattle ard fnesAm ints the as dedios perl , kug for the "at4loetion rf *uials tiqweea of d4ire. WeI leai frim a I Iv'Aat thet he ISiets 9'wdly ao4 of iaTdl!e howrs, awl titt iby wil be prervew 'l hwVInW if the imm.utuoe l aot reyvs l As vtbi hers wrev oa tI0e;r Vay lefcs the mlul va fii4Uted, eafily ewiM4 eo hfve twr ewmte'vated t ez !ad thfew, Sh a step, nmless there ifraie seo srpidfw of 4is*ee, would ble mWO p iews and ,jzsto We are q(ite sire that it Ujoly neeay tojoiit Out the tte of tt e se o eia d e to tbo hemeIment of the Lhll, and thu; tIthe proAicion of d imjsrt, whi Sfe imrtnce hould be oatiop Anglyn e44 *. kfthsee'y.-II.1 era' ,
ADJOURNED MEETING. MONDAY, AUGUST 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866
AD3JOURNED MIETING. MONDAY, AUGUST 20. Mr. Duncan, IRoturningoffloor for the Contral Riding, reported that lMr. William Atkinson, of Spreydon, was duly elected a member of this Council for that iding inu the room of Mr. Lyon (retired by rotation). Mr, M'Phorson, Returning.ollcor for the West Riding, reported that Mr. Edward Blake, of Gordon's, was duly elected a member of this Council for that Riding. Mr. Millyard, Returuing-omficor for the East Riling, reported that Mr. John Graham, of Green dale, was duly looted a member of this Council for that Riding. IMr. Atkinson, Mr. Blake, and Mr. Graham, having taken and subscribed the declaration re quired by the Local Government Act, 18G3, section 36, took their seats at the Council accordingly.
ADJOURNED ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866
ADJOURNED ORDINARY MEETING. Presont-Sanme members. The minutes of last meeting were road and confirmed. Lotters were read from:--Mr. Robertson, re questing return of brewers' licenses. DMr. Ely, relative to IKeilor Bridge. Biddle, Brown & Co., relative to road to their saw-mill. Mr. Ifidd, relative to M'Inorney's contract on Main load. Editor of the a?press, and Editor of the Guardian, Bacohus Marsh, with terms for inserting Byo-laws. Government Printer, account for gazetting Bye. laws. Mr. Steavenson, relative to removal of Toll. Heath and Cordell, receipt for money seat. Mr. Swords, Guardian offico, relative to insertion of Bye-laws. Mr. Pierso, relative to reservoir at Blackwood. Mr. Ocoek, report of cases heard in County Court, Mr. Muegrave, bill of costs in certain cases. Moved by Councillor Blake, seconded by Coun. cillor Mairs:-" That the petition of Biddle, lrown & Co, be complied with, and that the ro;orvation of the land referred to be recommended to the Bo...
SPECIAL MEETING. MONDAY, AUGUST 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866
SPECIAL MEETING. MoNAY, Auav,3T 20. Prescnt-Counoillor Lyon, President; Council. lora Atlcncon, Blake, Duncan, Graham, Miairs, Mi)lyard, M'.Pherson, Osborne, and Short. MIIoved by Councillor Mairs, seconded by Coun oillor Short:--"That a Toll-gate be erected on the Main BIond, near the Moorabool rivor." Lost. Ameudment moved by Councillor Duncan, seconded by Councillor M'Pherson :--" That the considoration of the oreootion of a Toll-gate near the Moorabool be postponod for six months." Carried.