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GISBORNE UNITED DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 December 1867

GISBORNE UNITED DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. THa Board met on the 23rd December. Present Messrs. Hamilton (Chairman), Hussey, and Robertson. The minutes of the previou~ meeting were read and confirmed. Copies of letters written since last mooting wore read and approved. Correspondence from Roads and Bridges O1lico, about substitution of schools instead of hotels for polling booths. It was arranged that in com. pliance with this communication, the elections should obe hold in bcoths in tihe neighbourhood of the Common Schools at Cabbage Tree and New Gisborne. From Roads and Bridges Department, stating the department awaited the formal application of the Board for the proclamation of the Lanceflold and Gisborne roads as a main road. The Clerk stated that the requisite application was for warded. From the Borough of Inglowood, requesting the co.operation of the Board in bringing under the notice of members of the Legislative Assembly thle serious expense now levied upon country boroughs by the...

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MELTON ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 December 1867

MIELTON IROAD BOARD. THm ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Board was held at the oilce, on Friday, 20th December, at 3 p.m. ''The members present woro-Mcssrs. Porter (Chairman), Rloss, Ryan, Staughton and Blackwood, The minutes of last meeting woro read and con firmcd, Copies of letters written were road and approved. Correspondence received was-From P, Kerleoy, contractor, asking the Board to pay him tihe balance of moneys duo on his contract No. 81, and also his deposit on the contract; from M. Parring ton, to the same effect, respecting his contract No. 80, Digger's Rost Road; also from John De. vany, asking the Boae- to a?y himn.A. the amount he agreed to be allowed to be deducted fromt his contract No, 81x, 82x, and 88x, as componsation for the metal not having been broken in accordance with the specifications. From the Bungaree Road Board, seeking information respecting the oficors employed by the Board, and the salaries paid them, From J. W. Swords, respecting the advertisi...

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SELECTED POETRY. A HAPPY NEW YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 December 1867

S.. ELECTED POETRY. A hIAPPY NEIW YEAR. beaeast frlonds of my youth, Firm in honour rnd truth, Witonse fl'ections are greeno , though the leaves are all sore, - We nrc partld, 'tin trnue, Bint my hmrt is with yor u , I wish you n halppy, tIhric happy Now Yearl . Yo'etbl nd good, Who the wrlong have wlthstood, And aided tihe right without favour or fear, While the midnight bells toll, From the depths of Inmy soul, I wish you a happy, thrice happy New Year ! Ye warriors hrcvo, Who, whmn dingers narn grave, Charge the enemy's front, charge the enemy's roear I On the snn, or nv lInd, While undaunted ye stand, I wish you a, h.ppy, thrice happy New Year I Poor child of mlsfortune, Whom men importune,. Who, honestly striving, art still In narrear, While ereditors dun thee, And Sulnllior friends shllii the, . I wish thee a happy, thlrloe lhappy Now Year ! Yo crlsh'd and hernaved, Who have wearily grieved Over some vnnish'd form than.t was namelesosly dear, And Still wear a gloom, And a look...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. MONDAY, DECEMBER 23. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and J. Young, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 December 1867

COURTS OP PETTY SESSIONS. BACCIIUS MARSI, MON)AY, D])EcnS:I R 23, (Before C. Shutor, Esq., P.M., and J. Young, Esq., J.P.) Henry Smith, John Payno, jun., and A. Patterso were charged under thoe 1st eotion of the Polic Offences Statute, by sonior.constablo Kiernal with having negligontly caused a bush-flro. They had boon brought boforo Messrs. M'Caus land and Rae on Friday, and admitted to bail. Mr. Goll asked by what authority the men hai bLrn arrested ? Sonior-constablo Kicrnoin said that they wer there under his authority as a constable. Mr. Oelll contended that the men were no properly before the Court. Mr. Shutor said that the objection should hav boon taken bofore bail was given. Mr. Coll said that bail had boon given t' reogin their liberty. The constable could no arrest without warrant or nummono u for any offone which he did not witness. Ilo should claiin th, dischargo of the prisoners as a matter of right. Mr. Shutor considered that the responsibilit' rested with the consta...

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BLACKWOOD. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and E. Baber, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 December 1867

BLJACKCWOOD. FIuDAY, DECEBERnn 20. (Be3foro C. Shutor, Esq., P.IM., and E. Babor, Esq., J.P.) Boart v. Asbon. Summons for debt, Adjourned. Sameno v, Roche, Vordict for £2 4s, Od., and .s, costs. Samo v, Palmhner, Verdict for £? 17e., and 5s, costs.. Parkinson v. Quiclrk. Sottled out of Court. MIontgomery v. Parkinson. Summons for assault. Mr. Goll for defendant. J. Montgomory oxamined: I am a hawker. I came to Simmon's Roof firom the Blue Mountain on M\onday evening last, and lodged at Mrs. Parkinson's, where I have boon in the habit of staying for the last two or threeoo years. Suometime aftor I arrived at the house, about ( o'olook, she asked me to play at cards; I did so. I thou sold her 15s.. worth of goods, and she paid me. The cards wore introduced again, and I played two gamos; I then said I should not play any more, but at her request I playeod two more gamens, aud the drinks weore brought in-gin and rumn-then she said sho would a?out, and two more drinks woro brought in. I ...

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

BALLAN. THE Foresters hold their mooting at the Ballan Hotel, on Monday night last, 23rd inst. The business consisted principally in the election of offcers of the Court for the ensuing six months. As was expected, very little change was made all thoso who previously hold office (with one excep tion) wore re.elected. The list of oicers at present is as follows ;--C.., W. C. Pung; S.CI.,, W. Duncan Secretary, Sy. Cooper;: Treasurer, G. Flack, juPn.; S.W,., W. Gosling; J.W., W. Rogers; S.B., E. H, Youngi J.B., H. Cooke. Three audikdtors wore also elected; sonior auditor, By. Cooper (who retires in three months), and Bros. 8.W. Gosling and Wilkins. The audit for the quarter was ordered to be hohl on Friday night (last night), at 8 p.m., and a summoned meeting of the Court on the same night at 0 p.m., to conidor the auditors' report. The election of a surgeon to the Court then took place. There wore four candidates for this office, but the voting was confined to the elichoice between Dr...

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MELTON. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and B. C Porter, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 December 1867

MELTqN. TUSnDAY, DEOSCI3BER 24?. (Before O. Shuter, Esq., P.?., and B. Corter, Esq., J.1i) Augusto Shobloer v. Arthur Payno, of arlton Debt--Goods and board, £2 Os. hI, No r1urn of the sunmmons. Same v. John Sullivan. Debt-Bead and lodging, 4 IlOs. ld. Adjourndl for a fortuht. Same v. Charles Gibson. Saine-£? . Gd. Ordler for Iss., with 5s. coats; in default lovyl Alex,. Blaokwood v. Augusto Shoblor. bt Work and labour, and goods, £1 16, bf ndant admitted portion of the amount, but deli'rod to the chargo made by plaintiff for the orse, It appeared that some time ago defendan~agroed verbally to give plaintiff half the cost prio of the Arguse for the use of the same during to day: plainbi~ to got tho paper in the ovenings.~ 2'horo did not appear to have bhen a spocific ageinuent as to who should rotain possossion of li old plapores. Defendant kolpt his agroeement forix or nino months, and then applied to plaintiff ?. his share of the old papeors, Plaintiff stated |lat it was now too l...

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

MELTON, (eROMe OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT.) A ViaY shocking accidont happened in MJr. Staugh ton's paddock, near 'Melton, on Friday last, 20th inst. A man named George Smith, living at Footseray, came with his two sons and another man to IMelton, for firewood. They went into Mr. Staughton's paddock for the load, and whilst there one of the sons, a boy about twelvo years of ago, yas killed in a very sad way. An inquest was hold by Dr. Raeo on Saturday, at the Golden Fleece Hotel, when the father of the poor boy stated that whilst he and the other man were loading the waggon with wood, decneased yoked a horse to a log lying in a slanting position, with one end on tho ground, and the other' in the fork of a standing treeoo. It is supposed that the boy went back a little way from the horse, which must then have moved on, for the log fell down and crnshed the boy's head, killing him instantaneously, TM'r. Staughton, who had boon attending the Road Board meeooting, met the father on his way ho...

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CHILDREN'S PIC-NIC IN HONOUR OF THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 December 1867

CHILDREN'S PIC-NIC IN HONOUR OF THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. 'PTs event duly took place on Monday last, at the Maddingloy Reserve, about half amilefrom Bacchus Marsh, a spot in. every way suited for such an entortainment, not the least of its advantages being that no responsibility is entailed upon the Comnuitito to see to the safe arrival and departure of the children, or provide conveyances for that purpose. The arrangements made for the colebram tion of this pic.nio were elaborate to a degree. Thero was a largo marquoo capable of affording shelter to nearly all the children present-some .100-bosides allowing room for the caterer's counter. A morry.go-round had beeon procured at some expense, and one or two swings orected. In addition to which money prizes for various athletic sports were offered and a sat of criketing materials, a football, and other requisities for the games supplied. Besides this, Duke of Edinburgh medals were distributed to the children present, and although the sup...

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MOUNT EGERTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 December 1867

MOUNT EGERTON. (wno A COmcEaSroNDENT.) Tax half-yearly meeting of the Sir Charles Darling Lodge of Oddfollows was held at Brother Harris's Commercial Hotel on Monday night. After the business had been transacted, a ball and supper was given by the worthy host in honour of the occasion. The viands were first-class, and no expense had been spared by Mr. Harris and his niece, Miss Malcolm, to mato this one of the pleasantest parties ever congregated to do honour to the Order. A band of musicians had been engaged from Ballarat, and there were also present from that town, P.P.G.M. Kent, P.G. Elford, P.G. Brassey, and others. The company did not separate until an early hour in the followiug morning. The South Egerton Company, having sunk their 100 feet level, commenced driving east, and in about 20 feet struckl the supposed cap of the reef, from the appearanco of bMiek clay hanging to the eastern wall. They obtained gold in the dish, and some very nice sap cimons, with solid gold running ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] CHURCHYARDS. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 December 1867

00RRESPONDEN E, [ITa are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondenls.] CHURCHYARDS, To the Editor of the Express. Sm,-Who is responsible for tho wanton and disgraceful desecration of tho graves of the do parted,. both in tho old burying ground adjoining the Church of England, and in theo oman Catholio ground at the foot of tho Marsh P If 20s. cannot be found to ropair the fences, in tho namo of humanity koop horses, cows, pigs, and goats from trampling on tho dead.-Yours trnly, Ho3o.

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

STHE NATTONAL BANK OF AUSTR.ALASIA. BACCHUS MARSH BRANCH, rPAID.UP CAPITAL . . £540,000 RESER?IVE FUND . . ,. £140,000 (URRENT RATES of INTEREST , ALLOWED On Monoys deposited for fixed periods, JOHN O0NYNGHAM M'OAUSLAND, Managor. :: BALLAN SHIRE COUNOIL. cEALED TENDERS, addressed to the President Sof tho Council, will be received until WED. NESDAY, the l1T day of JANUARY, 1808, at the liour of 11 am., for the following works, vi,.: S1.-Building log culvert, and forming approaches to same, on Yaloak Valoe. road, near Sueborland's. 2,.-Forming and metalling portion of roadl between Pyko's Croeek and M'Pherson's Hill, 3,.-Clcaring, forming, and draining about 20 obhains of road opposite Mr. rlinrahan's, 4.-Building log culvort, and forming portion of road at Brown's Crooek, Morrisons, and widening Morrison's 111ll. .5,-Romoval of fallen timber off road in Ballan area, Moorabool, and about 7 chainse formation, north of Kennedy's. 0,--Removal of dead timber ofl'roadl commencing at the no...

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

TIlE IBIPORTE)D PUJRE CLYDESDALE STAILLION, "LORD GLASGOW," IWill Stnd thi.s Season at B 1 R A D L A N D 8, Bacchns Marsh. LORD) GLASGOW is five years old, of great strengthl, and fine action, lIe was bred by hr, Weir, one of the first breeders in Lanarkshire. TEAMs :-? '10s, and £X5. Groom, Us, Od. Arrangements have boon mado with Mrs. James for her well-known paddoclcs, whoere every caro will be taken, but without responsibility. For particulars apply at the stables, or of Mr, J, AlloEnwrTY. * ,? Twenty Sovereigns will be given by the owner of LORD OLAsuOW to the local Agricultural Sooeioty, to t'o divided into prizces of 10, -dO, and i4, for yearlings the progeny of the above horse. W. MORLEY. "YOUNG ROB ROY," AN IM?PORTE) PURE BRJED CLYDE?SDALE STALLION, Will Stand fthis Scnsoa at the Bald lHill Paddock, kneowu as OIRIAVYS PAJIRM, Within two miles of lncolnas Marsh, and adjoining Darloy, whero thoro is splendid grass., ITOUNG ROB ROY (half brother to Blackleg), _ sa pure brod Cl...

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MARKETS. MELBOURNE, MONDAY, DECEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 December 1867

M ARKETS, MELBOURNE, MIONDAY, Dnonansn 21. Massns, DA?mAIIOY CAMPlBELL AND 0Co. report, 23rd Decombor:--Fat Cattlo: 570 head woro sold this day, whioh, togethor with 400 to bo offerod to-morrow, will form tho week's supply. All those peonned woere from tho Darling River, and one lot from M?onindio Station weoro not only good quality but hoeavy weights, and averaged £0 3s, for bulloeks and £4 12s, for cows, The other lots were middling quality light weights, avoraging £4 10s, for bullocks and £3 10s. Od, for cows. In this market the attendance of buyers was also smallj however, the whole of the cattle ponned woro oleared out at prices quite equal to lato rates, so far as sales havo gonoe, oWe quoto best pens bulloolrks at front £0 l0s. to £7 15s. seooond ditto, from £4 to £5 10s.; inferior ditto, from £3 10s, to £4; best pens cows at from £5 to £5 15se,; second, from i£4 to £4 10s,; inferior, from £3 10s, to £3 10s, Fat Calves: A full supply to hand, which met a very dull marklot, an...

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

BLACKWOOD.   (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) I HAVE scarcely anything of importance to report this week, as most of our population are enjoying   the pleasures of holiday making in the metropolis. The election of a member of the Ballan Shire Council vice Cr. Mairs, resigned, will take place at Blackwood and Ballan on the 10th January next ensuing. A good contest is expected, as the ratepayers of Blackwood have induced Mr. E. G. Magnus to signify his willingness to be placed in nomination, There is scarcely a doubt existing in regard to the probable result of the election. The ratepayers of Blackwood are sufficiently numerous to return two representatives for this segment of the East Riding, and I am decidedly of opinion that they (the ratepayers) should embrace the opportunity of returning a local man, possessing the essential qualifications of probity and intelligence. Christmas sports are being actively carried on at Golden Point and Barry's Reef, Mr. Magnu...

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

IMPOUNDING8, MELTON,-Impounded at Melton, 1st Docom bor, 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 gelding, light mano and tail, like K3 near shoulder and thigh, like A- over CO off side under saddle, liko F off shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on Ist January. On 9th December, by S. T. Staughton, Esq., trespass Ud. Black mare, snip, like JL near shouldor. If not claimedl and expenses .pnid, to be sold on 8th January. JOHN M'DrONATD, PoundkCopor, BALLAN, - Impounded at Ballan,. on the 7th December, by C, IH, Lyon, Esq., trosilans gs.. Brown horse, star, broken hobble on, HI1D con. joined over PC near shoulder. On Oth December, by Mr. John Currio. Dark brown mare, star, ahb,l ext. onnjninoel. near sliliodoin. If uot il.inmol and expenses paid, to be soldon o8th January. On 14th December, by Mr. Eadloy, trespass Od. each. Red and whito bullook, qB near rump, (g to ri...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 28 December 1867

The present issue of our journal takes place upon a day when the festivities of Christmns and the New Year are fresh in the thoughts of our readers. It is a time when a little reflection upon the past, and moralising as to the future, must be indulged in to some extent by all persons, for there are none, we should imagine, except the very youngest of the community, to whom these annual days of rejoicing do not bring some memories of a pleasant nature, and it is at a time when the mind is softened by looking back upon past joys and sorrows, that we are apt to think of the future year, and ponder upon the pro- babilities of its being a happy or disastrous one, and how far the realisation of pleasure or pain depends upon our own conduct. At such times we are apt to take a broader view than usual of human life and aspirations, and although the feeling is only transitory, perhaps, yet the annual recurrence of such days is of benefit to the world in general, and let us hope that the porti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 January 1868

V. , 1 R. PUBLIC VACCINATION. THE GOVERNMENT IE)DICAL OFFICER, a R. RA E5 Will attend for public VACCINATION as under: At Melton every TUESDAY, at 12 o'clock noon. At Bacchuns Marsh every TIIUIrSDAY, at 11 a.m. At Myrniong every SArURDAY, at 12 noon. GAUL AND DUNN, bPotograpberp , 75 & 77 SWANSTON STREET, MIELBOURNE. Prize Medal awarded for excellence in Carle.de-Visifo and Cabinet Portraits. MR. GELL, Of the firm of GELL & DAVIES, SOLICITORS, Queen Street, Melbourne, May be consulted DAILY at his Office, BACCHUS MARSE, *c.an,j DR. BONE, M.D., M.R.OS.E., L.S.A.L, U.U,L., &a., Can be consulted at his residence, PARICSIDE COTTAGE, STAMFORD HILL, BAcosrus MAIsHr. MISS MEIKLE, PENTLAND HILLS, MILLINER & STRAW HAT MAKER. Miss M. is in possession of the Spring Fashions. Ladlce' and Genlu?m,,e' Fou Ir»t, a:....... 1 ... z.11 y. Orders to be left at Mr. G. G. PA'rmtcso's, Bacchus Marsh, or Mrs. MznrL ac', ]Myrniong. EDUCATION, MRS. KISSOCK begs to intimate to...

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AN TRISH DENTIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 January 1868

AN 1 RIS LI DENTIST. PlR'o.?i 'rlºI " AUosY."] MrsTluREs MoLLY K.VANAou1 was the wife of a poor small lfarmer who resided in one of the northern counties of Ireland. Contrary to tho,belicl of city doctors in general, and of dental surgeons in particular, that the healthy country peasants enjoy completeo xemption from that " sorest ill that flesh is heir to," the toothache, \list;ress Molly Kavanagh, in common with many in her rank of 'life, suffered from it exceedingly. And what untion, people, or commnnity, we would like to know, is wholly exempt from its exasperating inflictions, or carries not within their respective jaws the tiny nervino mnterials for their own fliitur exquisite self-torture P Dr. Livingstono tells us that the very wild beasts-the lions, tigers, giraffes, &e., of the African jungle and desert suffer even unto death by starvation fiom toothacho,-that they become harmless, miserably downcast, and tearful, and, making a virtue of necessity, cease to devour ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 January 1868

CORRESPOND ENCE. [We'e ars not respom~ible for bit ophiions explresed by our correspondlets.] BALLAN SIIIRE ENGINEER. To the Editor of the Kepress. SIn,-In reference to " Ratepayer," who has made so Imany attempts to persuade the Uallan folk that he is ono amongst them, I belg to inform them that "Ratepayer" has no qualification whatever. in this shire; neither doth he live here, he's better off than that. When be puts on his hat his houseo is thatched. As aforesaid, he hath no interest in this shiro, and if he ha:s got any in Mr. Kelly it is best known to themselves. It may bo well to remember that at the Council meeting on 22nd October last some demur wnft muado to accepting a tender, as tho lowest anmotult was thought to bo too high ; but as the ongineer stated the bridgo to bu dangorous the inrln do'r n, ntcoprilt. "ThisWia very good of Mr. Kelly, as it was the means of employing " Ratopayer," who gave in the tender, though not in his own nmoe, and stood with listening ears and ...

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