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

GISBORrB. (rLROaI OUR, OWN CORIii.EI'ONTDNNT.) Tise election of members to fill the extraordinary vacancics in the United District Road. Board, caused by thes oubdivision of the dihtricl, came off on Friday, 27t1h iul.., with the following; results: Borough 'Subdivision (two va'caucies)-Richard Haines, 35; rclrederick ill, 3-4; Daniel Morand, 28. Bulloutgaroo'k Subdivision (one va(cancy)- James Twuvdle, 41,; Florgo Loop WVoodworth, 3?. 'rThe new members, therefore, are iMeriars. Haines, illl and Tweddle. There was a fair amount, of interest taken in the eleeiolln, and the number of votes polled by the defeated' candidates showed that there was but little differonce in the favour shown them and those at. the head of theo poll. The meeting of the lFanner's' Society, adver tised to be held at the ''elegraplr Hotel, on Monday, 30th ult., to consider a proposal of amnal gaRnation with the Kilmore and Lancefield Societies, did not take place, there beius, no atton dance of nvy interestld ...

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SELECTED POETRY. THE WHISTLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 January 1868

SELEOTED POETRY. TIIE WIIISPTLER. "!You l avo heard," siild a youth to his sweeootheart who stood'. Whillo 'sat bo a corn-sheaf, at daylight's "You have beard of the Danish boy's whistlo of I wish that the Danish boy's whistle wore mino I" "And what would you do with it P-toll mo," she -While an arch smilo played over her beautiful faco. "I :would blow it," ho answored, "and then my fair maid Would fly to my side, and would thoro take her place," "Is that all you wish for? Why that may be yours Without any magic," the fair maiden cried; " A favour so alight, one's good nature secures;" - And she playfully soeted herself by his aide. "I would blow it again," said the youth; "and the charm Would work so, that not oven modeaty's chock Would beo able to koeep from my nook your white arm." She smiled, and she laid her whito arm round his nook, "Yet once more I would blow, and the musio divino Would bring mo the third time an oxquisito bliss : You would lay your fair chook to this brown o...

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

MELTON,--Impounded on the 0th Decomber, by S. T. Staughton, Esq., trespass 6d. Blaek maro, snip, like JI, near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 8th Jautary. On 20th December, by Mr. John Dovanny, trespass lid. Chesnut gelding, draught breed, stripe, collar marked, shod, like W off shoulder. On the 23rd December, by Mr. IM. Parrington. Brown horse, four feet white, saddle marked,. unin telligible brand (might be l.lH over JD, the tail of upper J to left), near shoulder, unintelligible brand off shoulder. On 25th December, by Mr. A. M'Leod, damages £?5. White bull, brands (if any) not visible. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 22nd January. Jon: DI'Do LanL, Poundkeeper. BALLAN. - Impounded at Ballas, on the 7th December, by C. II. Lyon, Esq., irespass 2. \ Brown horse, star, broken hobble on, 11111D ) on joined over PC i;ear shoulder. On 9th D)ecember, by Mr. John Currie, D)ark brown nmre, star, shod, fIll conjoined near shoulder. If net claimed'...

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

BALLAARAT 3IARnKET. 1Mssi8s. ls'rnvun AND LEoNAnD report, 81st December :-Thie stock yarded were 687 cattle, 07 calves, 8183 sheep, and 1467 lambs. Fat Cattleo: An average number of northern stock to hand, quality for most part fair. Atteondance of hiyoer; was good, and somewhat more animation was manifested in the biddings than for past few weeks, the different lots mnaking about 10s, a head more than previous sales. Quotations: Best beef, lIe. to t17s, ld. per 100 lbs. Fat Calves: A full supply, almost the whole of which, however, wore disposed of at closo on last week's rates; best making £2 Os., others fromn 15s. up. Fat Sheep Another glutted nmirket, with by no means a cor? respondling demand. The sale cons.equently was flat, and prices showed a downward tendency. A considerable number were purchaced by graieors, but even with their araistanco it was impossible to eofect ,a clearanceo. Ieat wethers in mado Gy. Od.; fair quality, 4s. to 'Is?. Gd. Fat Lambs: Supply wa? lighter th...

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

BALLAN. T'itc: sunumoned meetiniug of the Forestors was held at the Italian Hotel, on Friday evening, 37th ult., for the purposo of receiving the auditors' report; but in consequence of the aIbesoece of one of the ofllcers of the Court, the audit could not be held. [t was, therefore, pos?tpcned till Monday, the 30tll, at 8 p.m., at which hour it duly took place; and the auditors' report and balance shooeet were laid before the Court at it, meeting on tito same night, and adopted. An Appeal Committee of twelve lmembors wea then elected. C.R. Pung and S.W. Gosling were requested by the Court to attend the public meeting which is to be held to-day at Myrnioug, to consider the merits of the several Friendly Societies, and to explain to the meeting the principles and advantages of the A.O.F. A letter was road from Dr. RIobertson, of Myrniong, acceding to the terms imposed by the Court as the conditions on which he would be appointed Court Surgeon. Intending candidates will, therefore, un...

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BALLAN. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2. (Before Walter Duncan, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 January 1868

1 A \,ANC 11. (R'foro WValter 1 unran, 11·y., aP.) Constable c4 revor! v. Williau Iliirghoiid, Drunk sod diaulerily. vi" d" 1O.. or twelve hours icm prmnonmonemt. Salntm v. Jamues Ca'irroll. Sume offence. Fined lIe. or tsrelve o 1011 iPc prmlomsm.lent. Severaml mppdlications 1 elatingm to Licentee were postpolummd till i\onLILV next.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 January 1868

ALT:HOLUG the dissolution of the Assembly has been for some weeks past expected, yet the actual proclamation by HItis EXCELLENCY announcing the general election has come upon us with a suddenness which should be provocative of onorg'tic action to secure the return of the candidates whom the electors consider worthy of their support. The polling for West Bourke will tako place on the 21st ins't., so that there is little enoughi time for canvassing'; but as the minds of the electors are pretty well made up in fivour of tlie prosent memibers, there is not much need for election meeting's at which Messrs. Ki.o, RIDDE.LL and SIITIr would have to give their attendance. At the sitne time, as there is overy probability of Opposition candidates announcing themselves, and using an organised kind of bribery, the friends of theo Ministry should not by any means negloct to organise themselves too; and the more public-spirited amoongst them must see that the indolent and careless voters are arous...

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

MOUNT EG1iRLTON. (FRI~OM. A C(OR1WSRPOV1)EN'N'.) Ovrz little tolwn.bip waH all alive On Boxing Day. By theo 1nitod eff'orto and liberality of the Htoro" keepers and publicans, woe had races of CiI doaerip tions, and everybody ereniod to enjoy themrelv iv. Our worthy host of the Mount Egorton ';hotel mado a wager to carry Mr. C. Foremran, treo keeper, 60 yards, whilst his partner, Mr. Withor den, ran 100 yards, Mr. B. Murphy winning with a yard to sparo. Mr. Harris,- of the Commercial Hotel, also gave a liberal programluo, and was well supported; in fact, everybody seemred to enjoy themselves, and as the contractors at the different shafts now being sink are making excellent wages,. money seemlnd to be no object. The continual rich returns from theo Egerton Gold Mining Company, and the confidence of the share. holders in the numerous shafts going down that the rich reef runn for miles, has given a healthy tone to everything hero. The promotrs' shares in the Black Iloreo claim, which ...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. MONDAY, DECEMBER 30. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and J. Young, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 January 1868

. JURTS OF PETTY SitIOI' S. B3ACCIIUS MARSH. MIONDAY, DECS:oMwERa 30. (Before C. Shutor, Esq., P.M., and J. Young, Eoq., J.P.) AssMAnr CAsE.-J. Ryan v. E. JIames, IM. Hogan, I. Henunessey, and WY. Marshall. This case had beeoon partly heard last week. Mr. 0ol for the prosecution, Mr. eRad for tho d?fence. John Connoll, farmer, IBacchuIs Marsh, recol. looted theu'1th inst., and being with Mr. R]yan on that ovening at eight o'clock. Saw the defen dants. Mr. Morley a ontire horse passed by, iu the care of Hlogan. Mr. Rlyan :aid the horse must be sick, and I said had the horse got the bellyacho, when liogan made a saucy answor, and said had I the bellyache. A few mninutesi after wards, Hogan brought the hors.o close to mie, and said, "Do you want a leap, nmato '?" (Dr. R wa, J.P., here took his seLat on the B.ench.) Witness. resumedt: said, " You wretch, what. do you mcal ? do you want to put the horse over me, and kill toe," striking the horse, which made it jumlp away. Hogan then turn...

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BLACKWOOD. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 January 1868

BLACKWOOD. FRIDAY, DiInxnIBElR 27. (leforo C. Shuter, Esq., [',PI.) D,. 13Bailey v, Montgonmery. M[cdical atteudance, VerdicE for .1 1i h., and 5s. costs. olart v. Ashton. No appearanco. Dis)linhd. 3laxter v. Norburn, Aa:;ull case. T'lhe pri;oner was given in charge to the Police; is out on bail; the prosecutor did not appear. Di)ami;cd, The Court adjourned for it fortnicht.

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

111 h[E.NATIONAL BANK OF AUSThALASIA. BACOHUS MAR81H BRANCH. ?FID;TJP CAPITAL . . £540,000 RESERVE FUND , . £140,000 :URRENT RATES of INTEREST ALLOWED On Moneys deposited for fixed periods. JOHN CONYNGHAM M'OAUSLAND, Manager. , R~ . Od0UPATION of LANDS under the 42nd ,sEOTION of tiho "AMENDING LAND , ACT, 1885." APPLICATIONS which hbva boon received up to the 24th l)elcembe, r by the District Sur. voyor at Melblourne from Mr. St'uAar MUIIAY, authorised Surveyor at Blackwood, for S LICENSES To occupy Sites under the 42nd Section of the "Amonding Land Act, 1805," in the BACCHUS MARSHI DIS'TRIC'', &c, will be considered by a CCO M M SI I0 N, At the COURTHOUSE at IBACCIIUS MATRSH, On TUESDAY, 7th ,IANUAJIY, 1868, at 10 o'Clock. A letter, addroesud in accordance with the address given in the application, will be forwarded by post to every applicant whoso attendance on the above dato will be required; and all such persons are requested, without fail, oitheor to be present themselv...

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

- TIE IMPORTED PURE CLYDESDALE STALLION, "LORD GLASGOW," Wfill Stand this Season at .1 It O A D L A N D 8, 1accehus Marsh, ORD GLASOOW is five years old, of groat L strength, and fine lotion. Ilo was bred by Mr. Weir, one of the first broodors in Lanarkshire. TERMs :--£5 0s. and £5. Groom, Qs. Od. Arrangements have boon made with Mrs. James for her well-known paddocks, where overy care will be taken, but without responsibility. For particulars apply at the stables, or of Mr. J. 'IDAirY. S5* Twenty Sovereigns will be given by the owner of Loan GLAsoow to the local Agricultural Socioty, to be divided into prizes of £10, :6, and £4, for yearlings the progeny of the above horse. W. MORLEY. "YOUNG ROB ROY," AN IMPORTED PURE BRED *OLYDESDA.LE STALLION, :Will Stand this Season at the Bald Hill Paddock, _ liowtn as OItAVEN'S P FARM, Within two miles of Tacehus Marsh, and adjoining Darley, where thero is splendid grass. TOUNG ROBU OY (half brother to Blackleg), j is a pure bred Clydesdale St...

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MARKETS. MELBOURNE, MONDAY, DECEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 January 1868

MARKETS, MlNIBOUR1NE, MONDAY, De??a?sna? 30. MIssuss. DALM.IALuO CAII'r.LL AND Co. report, 30th Decomber:-o- at Cattle: The week's supply amounted to 0()00 head, being the smallest number to hand for some months. The majority of the lots were from medissns to inferior, with only a few pons of prunime amongst them, which were dislposed of this day, and realised from 20a. to 25s. per head adv:nce on late rates. Thero was a good attendaueo of buyer?, and througlhout competition was brisk. We quoteo prilnt pens bullocks at from .£7 Gs. to £S 7s. dl.; second ditto, from £.5 10s. to £i 10C. ; inl',rior ditto, from £3 10, to .£l 10s.; prime plcid cows ait fromlli 5 L0: L. to £0 7s. Cd.; second, frot £1 S1 . to £J:; inferior, from £3 to .(3 15s. 'Fat Shoop: 12,303 were poened, chiefly good to prime quality. There wt:a a better attontltensla this week, owing in a great timeasulre to the trade having to purchase ten days' supply, there being no market until Wednesday, the 8th Jullallsry; and ...

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MELTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 4 January 1868

MELTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. I Iil'PH ANNUAL STATEMENT OF RE. SCEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE, 'oR Tsi17 YEAR ENDING 22Sur OCTOBER, 1807. ltEOEII'T5. To balanco from 1868.66 . .£410 11 11 ,, Keoior Plains toll rovenuo (Mlount Alexander road toll fund) - 68 0 8 ,, Gap ditto (ditto) . . . 122 12 0 , -Djorrlwarrh ditto (Ballarat road toll fund) . - . 208 1 6 ,, Maribyrnoug ditto (ditto) - 60 4 0 ,, Rates, rrars . . . 10 0 6 ,, Rates, 1866 . . - 508 18 41 ,, Endowment on rates . - . 580 0 0 ,, To subsidy on liallarat main road cntruction . . . 97 2 6 , Toesubsidy on Mount Misery bridge (from peooial grant of £.50,000 for bridges) - - 2690 6 0 ,, Registry of dogs . - . 84 2 6 ,, Finos ditto ..... 2 0 0 ,, Deposits on contracts . . 216 17 0 ,, Interest .... . 6 2 8 , Overdraft, Commnorotal Bank - 01 7 1 , Cheque not presented . 2 0 0 £2653 6 81 EXPENDITU1RE. By main Ballarat road construction .?200 0 0 , Ditto maintenance - . 4086 9 , Mount Alexander road ditto - - 371 8 0 ,, Ditto, ditto-amount c...

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

BLACKWOOD. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THE year 1867 has departed from amongst us, and must be numbered with the memories of the past. It is gone, and cannot be recalled, but still it leaves marks behind, definite and indelible, that cannot be obliterated, Many have stood on the threshold of 1867, filled with "hopes high burning" and joyous anticipations of success, and how few have lived to see the realisation of their wishes. We are martyrs to circumstances to a   certain extent, notwithstanding the far-fetched ideas of the mythologists, who would teach us to believe that Themis instructs mankind to do things that are honest, just and right; and even assuming that Themis gave the instruction, we are liable to commit errors, and do commit them often to our own discredit. Christmas passed quietly at Blackwood, the great attraction of the metropolis having drained the place of a large number of the population. Sports of the season were carried on at Mr. Magnus's Bull a...

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

BIRTH. DAWSON.-On the 21st December, at Bacchus Marsh, Mrs. Joshua Dawson, of son. THE Bacchus Marsh Express. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1868.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 January 1868

WHEAT I WHEAT I WHEAT !! G WOOD, Wine and Spirit Merchant, Bacchus . Marsh, is prepared to PURCHASE WHEA'T in any quantity, for delivery at Bacahus Marsh, Melbourne, Keilor Road, Diggers Rest, Wyndham, or Gisborno Stations, T-?Rms CAsH. AUCTIONEER'S NOTICE. SY, COOPER, Auctioneer and General Commission Agent, DALLAN, W ILL be happy to undertake the Sale of any description of Property entrusted to him. MONTHLY SALES Of Stock, &o., at Ballan, in the Yards adjoining the Ballan Hotel, on the third Saturday in each month. Fon'TNI'rLY SALas at B~radshaw's Creek on the second and last Wednesdays in each month, i3" Instructions for the Auctioneer, left at Mr. N. B. Headland's olfflco, Ballau, will mieet with immediate attention. Account Sales promptly rendoered. [oADn.] R. M, ROBERTSON, L.RC.S.E., L,M,E,, Member of the University Council Edinburgh, and Registered under the . Medical Act of Victoria, B EGS to inform the inhabitants of Myrniong, Pontland Hills, and the surrounding dis...

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THE PANAMA MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 January 1868

THE PANAMA MAIL. Tnlm following appeared in the lgag : The Solent arrived at Aspinwall on Novem. boer 12th, bringing details ofafearful hurricane which occurred at St. Thomas on the 20th October. The fine steamer Columbia was lost, and also the R.lM steamships Rhone, Wyo, Conway, and Dorwont. The two former suffered great loss of life, and the total number of vessels lost is estimated at 70, The loss of life amounts to 800. The follow. ing are the details of the disaster:-The Solent arrived at St. Petor's Island on the 20th October. The hurricane was then raging, having commenced at 0.80 a.m. It lasted four hours, and during its continuance trees were uprooted, houses lifted from their foundations, and dashed to pieces. All the dwelliug.houses on the island have suffered,. and the lighthouse was demolished, Earth. quakes occurred, causing great ruin. The debris of the houses was swept into the gullies, which prevented tho wator taking its natural direction. Damns were thus formed, w...

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MILKING SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 January 1868

M?,TICtxN Snumn,-Monadock, hi . oe of his interesting letters from Paris to the Neow IYorlR Times, says:--" I used to think the Yankees were sharp when money was to be made, but they cannot begin with the patient, saving, flint-skinintig Europeans. The Eng lish, and even the Scotch, are wasteful in comparison. For instance, what Yankee would over think of making his fortune by milking his sheep P Yet here, in the Exh-l bition, is a sample flock of sheep kept expressly for milking, and their milk is more profitable than their wool or mutton, One company, in the department of Avignon, makes of the milk of sheep four million pounds of oheese a year, which is sent all over the world, from 'nucharest, in Roumania, to New.York, whence it is distributed, no doubt, over the western continent. It is also sent direct to Ohina and South America, This is the much admired Roquefort cheese. It is made with groat care, and riponed in extensive caves of a perfoctly oven tom perature, a model of whi...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 January 1868

THi election for West Bourko is to be a contested one, as Mr. J. S. JOINSTON, for merly a member of Mr. O'SHANASSY'S Ministry, has announced a series of meetings at which he will address the electors. This gentleman may be looked upon as repre scnting the very worst phase of Opposition politics, for he has always been identified with the squatting party, and all those who have endeavoured to retard liberal measures. As a politician of standing, the present members have in him an opponent worthy of their steel, and it remains for the electors to show their appreciation of Messrs. KINo, RIIDDELL and SUITH, by utterly repudiating as their representative even the Hon. J. S. JouNsroN, ex-Minister of the Crown though hi bo. Another Opposition candidate lies been talked about-Mr. ALEXANDER BROcK -but he has at the last moment elected o stand for East Bourke. We cannot believe that the Opposition candidate will obtain a seat, but at the same time every vote given to hin will be counted naai...

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