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THE KEILOR MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 January 1868

THE KEILOR MURDER. WE abridge from the Age the following report of the adjourned inquest held at Keilor on Tuesday upon the body of John Fairweather, found drowned in a waterhole near the township on Christmas Day. Bernard Cunningham, a fellow workman of the deceased, was, as on the previous day of the inquiry, present in custody. Duncan Macdonald deposed: I am son of Alex. Macdonald, a farmer residing at Kyneton. I live at Green Gully, near Keilor, with my grandfather Peter Macdonald and my uncle Duncan Macdonald. I am 17 years of ago. I remember Monday, 23rd December. I saw the prisoner between nine and ten o'clock that morning. Prisoner then said he had an awful dream the night before, and he thought something was going to happen to him. I said, "I don't know what can happen to you;   you have done nothing wrong," or something like that. He replied, "I know there is, for my dreams always come out true." That remark passed away, and prisoner observed that he had a goo...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 January 1868

BIRTHS, DUNCAN.-On the 3rd inst., at Ballan, Mrs. Walter Duncan, of a son. KIERNAN.-On the 9th inst., at Bacchus Marsh, Mrs. Patrick Kiernan, of a son, THE Bacchus Marsh Express. SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1868.

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GISBORNE. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8. (Before J.C. Thomson, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 11 January 1868

GISBORNE, WEDNESDAY, JANUARYY 8. (Before J. C. Thomson, Esq., P.M.) Crown Lands Bailiff v. Kilmartin and M.   Markham, Trespassing on and damaging Crown lands, from the 1st to the l14th ult. Mr. O'Brien for the defendants. § Sergoant Tydd, as Crown lands bailiff, pro. seouted, and stated that he proceeded against the defendants under the 128th sectIon of the Land Act,, for unlawfully removing surface soil off Crown lands; Mr. O'Brien submitted that the Crown lands bailiff was not in a position to proceed with this case,, he not having complied with the 123rd section of the Land Act, by preferring a written information, setting forth such trospass. Ilis Worship overruled the objection. T'I. II. Lightfoot, Surveyor to the Gisborno Road Board, being sworn, said: The defeundints are the contractors for the embankments forming ap proaches to the Riddell's Crook bridge. The stuff complained of as having been removed off Crown lands contiguous to the embankment; assuming the w...

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MOUNT EGERTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 January 1868

MOUNT EGERTON. (FROMr OUR OWN COnRRESPONDENT.) PASSING down the road between Egerton and Ballan, on the way to Cmantwcll's Crcek, at a place called the Greeon Hill, I was much surprised to see some of the most compact and neat little farms in the district, with magnificent crops, especially upon the holdings of P. and N. M'Donald, S. WVasson, P. and A. Cameron, Gillies, Harris, Devliu, Hughes, Marr, and others, and I heard no complaints of those fearful posts, the grubs. The greater part of these farms are held nuder the 42nd clause, and they are a credit to their owners. T''he striking of a rich vein of quartz in the Prince of Wales ground, dipping apparently into the reef, has caused two more extensive claims to be taken up between the Black Horse and the Prince of Wales; one called the White Horse, with 1700 feet from the north.west side line of the Black Horse to thile south side line of the Prince of TWales; the other, the Great Republic, on tIhe north-east side of the Blok Hor...

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MESSRS. KING, RIDDELL, AND SMITH AT GISBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 January 1868

MESSRS, KING, RIDDELL, AND SMITH AT GISBIORNE, (moat vIsa AInOUs.) ON Monday night Mr. Ilddoll, Mr. J. T. Smith, and Mr. M. L, King, the Ministorial candidates for West Bourko, addressed a meeooting of their. constituents at Gardnor's Hotel, Gisborno. There were about forty persons present. Mr. David Junor occupied the chair, 'The OCIAIIntAN, in introducing the candidates, expressed his confidence that the electors wore fully satisfied with their thre lae lt members, lIr, Trhnmrnt first addressed the meeting, He said that on this occansion his colleagues and he had hoped to have the luxury of a walkover, as he understood the support which they had given to the Ministry had mot with the approval of a largo mnnjority of their constituents. That, however, was not to be the case, and they were, therefore, forced to come before them to explain how things stood, As to the future, he was afraid they must leave it to disclose itself. They wvere aware that in consequence of the Upper Houso's...

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MARKETS. MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 January 1868

MARKETS. MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15. M, iI'CAw AND ANOTHuE, Produce Brokers, Royal Horse Bazaar, Melbourne, report prices realised for week onding January 15, as follows: Flour, .14 per ton wheat, Os. Od. to Os. 8d. per bushel; English barley, medium samples, 5s, to 6s. 3c4. per bushel; Cape barley, 3s. Id. to 3s. 4~d.; feed oats, now and old, 8s, Od. to 4s.; blue peas, 5s,. perennial grass seed, 5s, Od.; bran, bags in, is. Bid. to Is. 4d.; maizo ditto, bags charged, 11d.; pollard, Is. 4d. to ls. 5d. bacon, medium to prime, 7d. to 9id. per lb.; inferior and damaged, 2.d. to Old.; hams, 8d. to 10d.; bath chaps, 6d.; cheese, 5id. to 8.d.; potted butter, Gd, to 8d.; lard, in kegs, 4d.; eggs, 9Dd. to Is, l1d. per dozen; bark, bags returned, £3 10s. per ton; Tasmanian jams, 7s. Gd. per dozen. MEssns, DALMAHOY CArIPDELL AND Co. report, 15th January:-Fat Cattle 838 head was the total number forward for the week's supply, the whole of which, with the oxception of 200, woro from paddoc...

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CHANGING SALT WATER INTO FRESH WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 January 1868

CIIANGING SALT WATER INTO J.RESII WATER. A large party of squatters and other gentle- . men interested in Mr. 3. G. M. Dahlke's newly introduced system of filtration in reducing sea water to fresh water, assembled ( at the Ann.street Wharf, WVilliamstown, on Satuirday, to witness an experinment with that gentloman's filter. Mr. Dahlke has devoted several years' study to the purification of water, and during the course of his experi monts has obtainedmuchvaluabloinformation. Some years sineo he discovered in the refuse of Boghead coal a valuable medium for filter ming purposes, which, when distilled in the process of producing gas, left in place of the ordinary coke, a substance composed to a largo extent of pure silica, containing from 10 to 15 per cont, of carbon. This supplied him with the moans of rendering sea water perfectly fresh and drinkable. The means lie adopts in converting the refilse of the Bog. head coal into a material suitable for filtering is alone known to himself ...

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BALLARANT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 January 1868

BALLARAT \MARKET. MEssas. IHIasunx AND LEONAnD report, 15th January:--The stock yarded were 881 cattle, 60 calves, 8682 sheep and 1307 lambs. Fat Cattle: We have the pleasure to report the best market for a considerable time, good beef selling fully up to 20s. per 100 lbs. Fat Calves: A full supply. Best made 55s. inferior, 10s, to 25s. Fat Sheep: Prices for best quality showed an improvement of 6d. to Is. a head, but for medium and inferior there was a dull sale at about late rates, Aconsi derable number were turned out unsold. Fat Lambs: The smallest number to hand for many weeks; nevertheless but little animation was shown, except for best quality, which sold well, Our sales were 172 at Os., 83 at ,s. 6d. Store Stock : During the week we have disposed of 500 head of cattle, mixed sexes, at market rates, and have placed 450 under offer, which we expect to close for. In sheep, we have to note sale of 600 six and eight-tooth owes at 8s. Gd. Horses: About 00 head came forward on Satu...

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FRIGHTFUL COLLIERY DISASTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 January 1868

RIQHI-TJ'ULI COTL~LIEY J)IAS3TERS, TuI~ AiguR correspondent wlrites :--Vith theo fall of the year and thle N'ovembcr fogs has conmmenonced the season so painfully signalised by coal.pit oxplosions. Tlho denseoness and heavinoss of the atmosphore, by alffecting tho iproper' ventilnation of the pits, is referred to as multiplying theo dangeors of these fital calamities. On 'Thursday, Novomber 7th, it; was dli!ovrOled tlhat one of the Durham coal pitH, near ifeotton, was on firo, through the carelessnCess of sOlno of tho men who had lighlted a li'o at the bank, which gradually dechmIded time mian and created great alarm. Timhere werLt abolut 200 men and lads below; lmit owingI to the exi.tenee of a seconid meanns of egress, Ioast of them esapeml unharmed. :Five men, however, woroe missed; and om a shcrch being instittile, they were, discovered in tho mine in mt dangerous comiditiomn and broughmt up, but one dield almost immcediately, and the ther aretiem in m pl'c?mriouo statte. But th...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 January 1868

ON Tuesday next the Tirst batch of new members of the Legislative Assembly will bo elected, and upon the choice the electors then make the composition of the new Par liament almost entirely depends. We are of opinion that in West Bourke, at any rate, the Ministry will be strongly supported .by the electors placing Messrs. KING, RIDDELL and SMITH in the position they have so lately vacated. Mr. JOHNSTON has not met with a cordial reception in any portion of the county which he has visited up to the time of writing, and although we expect to see him occupy a respectable position upon the poll, yet we cannot think that so much opposition as has been manifested towards him is other than a token of his ultimate defeat. We would desire, however, to impress upon the electors the fact that the settlement of this present crisis depends upon the Ministry being' returned to Parliament with an absolute majority of votes in each constituency, as well as supported by an absolute majority of the r...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 January 1868

ARRIVAL O' 'TIII ENGLISH MAIL. 'W1 makelto the following oxt;racts friom tile '.he wool sales opened on ;the 14th Nov. ember, sinco which (d.to 80f,007 bales have boon cant;nloguod. The attelndanco onl ite tpart of homo buyers hIs boen very fidr, but theoro have beon only n ftew freigners. T'he pricns realised dshow a decline of 2d. on tlhe eoptcmbcr ratos. T'he Australian wools catanlogued woro chiefloy of scoured kinds, and tltey wOnt in fivour of the buyers. The chief reason ofl' the declino is t;hat the stockslt on hand aro fully adeqluate fo br ithe wants of tho next febw montllhs. Thile following prices may be taken as the avorango:--'Port hillip scoured, in. 10d. ; fleece, Is. 8d; gicasy, Odl, Sydney, ]id. and 1.,d. lower. The Queen in ait Windsor Castlo and in good henltlh, The ieiialth of the P]rinccss of ~Wales is steadily imprioving, Mviijor HSamuel W. lachkaltl, late Governor at thlto Western African Settloments, succeeds Sir Georgeo Bowen at Quteensland. Thl now arrange...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. MONDAY, JANUARY 13. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and Dr. Rae, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 January 1868

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS, BACCILUS MARSH. MONDAY, JANUARIY 13. (Boforo C, 8hiutor, Esq,, P.M., and Dr. HRto, J.P,) I)ougharty v. Craig. Humnuionu nol servod, dofoudanu could not bo found.

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ORIGINAL POETRY. LINES WRITTEN ON THE DEPARTURE OF H.R.H. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 January 1868

ORIGINAL POEITRY. LIgEB WRITTEN ON TILE DEPARTURE OF J I.R.II. THE DUlRE 01 EI)INBURGOII. E B.Y 1IACKWOOD DIOGnI NO, 2. TheI Prthince 11he comO, the PrincO has gone, And wo aro left oneo more alone ; The rolling sous now widely sovor Us, from the D)ukeo of Edinboro'. Yet while hle was our visitor On his boldhalf we made a stir; Did gather, ini proces.ions grand, Whilo shouts of welcome filled the land. We took our guest to TBallarat With nuggots lmado hlt fill hi his hat For with a pick he dug them out, And hailed each monsteor with a shout. To SanldhulrsL and to Castleomaino, And yet the talo reomatins the samlo. The people atll rejoicod to soo PThe second son of Ilor IMajesty. lint I do think one grand minstalko 'Ihe Reception (Conmnission managed to makeo; No doubt their intentions were very good, But Prince Alfred ought to havo soon Blackwood. For with its seonery so rare What other township ran comparo ? What deeoop emotions our bosoms 1lll As we stand and gazo on our own Rod H...

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BLACKWOOD. FRIDAY, JANUARY 10. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and E. Baber, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 January 1868

3iA.OJCWOOI). ?,luDAYv, JANUARY 10. (BDofora CI. Shutolr, Esq,, ',M., and E. Bl3abor, IEsq., J,.P,) P', iIaming was brought up on his own rocog. nisanoos for drunkonnoss, Finod 6s, IJowrlo v, D)owatn, No apporarcno, Dl)ockor v. T'lurnor, 'J'hho dlcfondlt was sutlmmono d for abusivo languagc, whlob aroso from a disputod Icooun?t, Caso dismissoed, Tumrnor v, It, HIudson, Work and labour. Vcr diet for .£i4 s. Od., and 5s. costs, Ralston v, Banrkor. Disputod aocounts on both sldes, Vordlet for plihltilf, Is. ad,, and 5s, costs. Publlicluns' Liconscs wore gmantod to tho follow. ing porsons:-Mr. Canmoron, Bull and Mlouth 1lotol, Goldun Point Mrs. Corniso, Cruise's FIasmily HIoteol, Reld 11111. Boor Liconso --)Da?nol Cronin, ]arry's Roof. WARIDEN'S COURT. Daloy and othors v, Ah Boo, Ah Toi, and othorIs. Summons for injury and dntmagcs, aind intorforing with wator race. Mr. Mlillor forl plaintiffs. Mr. aoll for dofoudants, Rvidonco was talkon on both sides, and the Wardon and others visited...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 January 1868

IMPOUNDINGS. BACI-IHUS JMAISII.-Impounded at Bacchus Marsh. Dark chesnut filly, like G near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 5th February. Wr. ANDnRSON, Poundkeoper. MELTON.- Impounded at IMolton on the 20th December, by MIr. John I)oDvanny, trespass Gd. Chosnut golding, draught breeood, stripe, collar marked, shod, like WV of shoulder, On the 23rd December, by Mr. M.I Parrington. Brown horse, four feet white, saddle nmtrked, unin telligible brand (might be JIt over ,lD, the tail of upper J to left), near shoulder, unintelligible brand off shoulder. On 25th December, by Mrr. A. 'Leod, damages £5. White bull, brands (if any) not visible. If not clained and expenses paid, to be sold on 22nd January. On 28th December, by S. T. Staughton, Esq., trespass Is. 3d. Red bullock, star, like '1' near ribs, like J before and above unintelligible braud near shoulder, D off thigh, blotch brand like MP off runmp, N before unintelligible brand off ribs. If not claimed and e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 January 1868

THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. BACOHUS MARSH BRANCH. PAID.UP CAPITAL . . £540,000 RESERVE FUND . . . £140,000 CURRENT RATES of INTEREST S ALLOWED On Moneys deposited for fixed periods. JOHN OONYNGHAM M'OAUSLAND, . lanator. SHIRE OF BALLAN. REGISTRATION OF DOGS, 1808. ALL persons being owneros of Unrogistered Dogs, or having such in their possession after theo 15th day of January, 1868, will be PROSECUTED. The following Deputy Registrars have been ap. pointed for the purposo of registering dogs, viz.: Mr. SY. CooPran, Gordons. Mr. OIAnrnLs ]'ourErAN, Egorton. Mr, ]Iih'tY 'WVArLJa, ljjlwkwood. Mr. G?o. 13. SYLvEsT, r, Morrisons. it. H, YOUNG, Secrtary, &c. BALLAN SHIRE COUNCII. SIBALED TENDERS, addressed to the President Sof the Counoll, will obe received until WED NESDAY, the 20th day of JANUARY, 1808, at the hour of 11 a.m., for the following works, viza Contract No. 78.-Cloearing, building culvert, and forming approaches thereto, at Snako Gully, nearl Blaokwood., Noto-Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 January 1868

V. -- R. PUBLIC VACCINATION. iE GOVERNMENT MEDICAL OFFICER, D R. RA Will attend for public VACCINATION as under: At Molton ovory TUESDAY, at l2 o'91o010k noon. At Bacohus MIarsh overy TUrnsDAr , at 11 arm, At Myrniong ovory SATURDAY, at 12 noon,. EDUCATION, 'NRS. KISOCK bogs to intimateo to the Rost. IV dents of Bacclhus Marsh and neighbourhood tlhat she will, on MONDAY next, Oth December, in addition to her Mlusio Class, open a SCHOOL for the geonoral instruction of YOUNG CHILDREN, in MR, MANLEY'S COTTAGE. She tendors gratoful thanks for the liboral patronago bestowed on her as a Muslo Toaohor, and trusts by con. tinued oexeortion to merit a continuance of the kind support she has hitheorto enjoyod. GLASGOW BOOK WAREHOUSE, 66 ELIZABETHI: STREET, (orrosITv Tir "Ant" OPFIOE,) MEL O U RN E. I'TANDARD BOOKS for the Family Library in all departments of literature. NEW BOOKS from London monthly. MAGAZINES and NEWSPAPERS by overy mail. FAMILY BIIBLES, with and without illus. tratlions, in...

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Electors of South Grant. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 January 1868

Eleotors of South Grant, M?R. HOPKINS again solicite your suffrages. HLie has invariably voted' for the Darling gmrant, and will do so again if sent up as a separate nmeasuro; if sent; up as aI separate measure, it will probably be pass8d; as a tack it never can bo, until the Constitution is altorod. The Government, as the candidato for Pohvarth and South Gronville truly says, "oannot enforce what they are trying to accomplish," The Upper HIoso 1havo certain priviloeges, according to the 56th section of the Constitution Act, and you may fool assured they will not be induced to renounoce them by throats. 8ond up the £20,000 as a separato B111, anl thlon amend the Constitution, If you send it up as a tack, you will not have such powerful reasons to produce to the Homo Govern. ment as cshowing why the Constitution roquiros amondment, as you will lhvo if you send it up as a separato measure, and the Couuoil refuse to pass it. Inlfloet, then, whioh will be the wisest course P Thousands a...

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To the Electors of South Grant. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 January 1868

T'o the Electors of South Grant. GENTLE~U N, M1y servicos are before you, I may point to my Parlinmentary caroor as consistent with the pledges which I made to you, when con sidoredin their entirety. If on minor points I have differed with some, I have only done that whichl the eleotors do in supervisinS my conduot-? that is, to oxoroise their own opinions. I eon sider that, to be independent-and that is a quality inseparable from the charactr of a roprosontative -there must be liborty of thought; and, as a oonseoquence, liberty of action. As a representative, I will acnot on certain ascertained conditions, but I cannot be a servant, bound by wills accidentally making themoselves known as fleoeting qucstions. As a delegato on a specific understanding I will undertalkeo a duty, beyond that I claim the right that overy olector exercises-toj udge for himself; -o more., I have reodeomod the pledges I gave to you, I have supported a liberal policy, and on minor points, mn which there mus...

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BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 18 January 1868

BALLAN. Tix Popular Readings were held in the Mechi. nice' Institute on Thursday evening, oth inst., and were again well attended. Mr. ooeck occupied the chair. Miss Pyke played in her usual pleasing style, "The Paulina Polka" and the "Nymph of the Wave Waltz." Mr. J. 5. Cooper road an extract from "Charles O'MIalley," whieh senomedc to amuse the audience as much as did his reading on a former occasion. Mr. Gosling then sang very nicely "1e kind to thy father," Messes. Field and Leith sang the chorus, and Miss Pyke played the sccompaniment. Mir, Musgrave read an extract containing the last of BIr, Jingle's elopement, and then one of "Mrs. Candlo's Curtain Lectures." The latter seemed hlighly appreciated. Miss Tanner sang very sweetly "The Queen of the May." Mr. Greeonwood road the "Shadow on the Blind." Miss Mary Flack played in a very brilliant manner the well-known "Battle of Prague." Dr. Bull read from "YI leu. tino Vex." Mrs. V. Atkinson played a very pretty piece called "Jessie...

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