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SELF-REGARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 February 1868

EF-R?EoGAnRD.-Croly, in his "Life of George IV." says of Curran :-" But no popular applause, and he was its idol--no bonmgo of his profesion, and he was the acknowledged meteor of the Irish bar-and no nadmiration of private society, and he was the delight of the table, could over betray Curran into self-praise. It must be supposed that when he was thus scrupulous in his own iustanoe, he demanded no loss reserve from others, When Lord Byron rose into fame, Curran constantly objected to his talking of himself, as the great drawback to his poetry. 'Any subject,' said he, 'but the eternal one of self. I am weary of knowing once a. month the state of any man's hopes or fears, rights or wrongs. I should as soon read a rcgisteir of the weather, the barometer up so many inshes to-day, and down so many inches tol?lorrow. I feel scepticism all over me at the sight of agonies on lpaer, things that come as rogular and notorious as the full of the moon. The trllth is, his lorl.Idhp w-oeps for th...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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GISBORNE. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29. (Before J. C. Thomson, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 February 1868

GISI3ORNE, WEMinuDAY, JANUvRY 20. (Before J. C. Thomson, JEsq., P.M,) Patrlok Meenan was charged with selling spirituous liquors without a license. Fined £,? nrd 2s, Od, costs. P. W. O'Reilly v. Bryan Kavianugh. Prosecutor omplained of being violently assaulted by do. fondant on the day of the olootion. The evidence for the defeneoo won to show that the proseoutor was not altogether blameless. Case dismissed. D. Moraud v. Thomas Kavanagh. Debt .19 18s. ld, Verdict for plaintiff, full amount, 2s. Od, costs immediate payment, in default distross. Win. English's application for a Beer License was granted. Chairman and Ratopayors Gisborne Road Board v, James Lovack. Adjourned for another week.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 February 1868

IMPOUNDINtG, BACCHUS MARSH.-Impounded at Ba?ehus Marsh. Dark chesnut filly, like G near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 6th February. Chesnut horse, str, vJ over h off shoulder, blotch near check. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 10th February. War. ANcRason, Poundkeeper. BALLAN.-Impounded on the 2nd January, by Mr. Daniel O'Keeffe, damages £3. Brindle and white bull, faint mark, might be Y, off shoulder, On 4th January, by Mr. Michael Keating, trespass 6d. Bay mare, star, like MI? conjoined off shoulder. Same day, by P, Cnntwell, Esq., trespass 0d. each. T'hree head of cattle, AS off rump, off ear marked; Notice to supposed owner, On 6th January, by Mr. R. H. Radley, off Town Common, trespass 2s. each. Four goats, one BC near horn. Same day, by Mr. S. Bennett, trespass e, Strawberry heifer, WG near rump. If not claimed and expenses paid, to he sold on 6th February. On 14th January, by J. Edols, ERq,; trespass Gd. each. Grey mare, saddle mark...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 February 1868

THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTR-ALASIA, BACOHUS MARSH BRANCH. PAID-UP CAPITAL . . £540,000 RESERVE FUND . .. £140,000 1CU1RRENT RATES of INTEREST ALLOWED On Moneys deposited for fixed periods. JOHN CONYNGHAMt M?'OAUSLAND, Managor. SHIRE OF BALLAN, S R1EGISTItATION OF DOGS, 1868. A LL persons being owners of Unregistered Dogs, or having such in their possession after the 16th day of Janinury, 1868, will be PROSECUTED. The following Deputy Registrnrs have been ap. ý.ointed for the purpose of registering dogs, viz, I Mr. SY. CoPEsn, Cordons. Mr. CO.uAs.s .iom:usns, Egorton. Mir, iHENIRY :\ta?I?, IBlackwood. Mr. G?o, li. S'Lve:s'rmn, Morrisons. IR. II. YOUNG, Secretary, &c. BALLAN SHIRE COUNCIL. SEA LED TENDERS, addressed to the President of the Council, will be received until WEDNESDAY, the 12th day of FEBRUARY, 1868, at the hour of 11 am., for the following works, viz,: Repairing road from Whipstick Gully to Williams' toad, Siummons Roof, Blackwood. Contractors will plcase obsucrr ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 February 1868

PUBLIC VACCINATION. , 'HE GOVERNMENT MEDICAL OFFICER, XDR. RAE E Will attend for publio VACCINATION as under:- . At Melton overy TUESDAY, at 12 o'clock noon. At 13acchus Marsh overy THURSDAY, at 11 am. At Myrniong overy SATURDAY, at 12 noon, EDUCATION. M dents of Bacchus Marsh and neighbourhood that she will, on MONDAY next, 9th December, in addition to her Music Class, open a SCHOOL for the general instruction of YOUNG CHILDREN, in MR. MANLEY'S COTTAGE. She tenders grateful thanks for the liberal patronage bestowed on her as a Music Teachor, and trusts by con tinud oxoertion to merit a continuance of the kind support sho has hitherto enjoyed, GLASGOW BOOK WAREHOUSE, 66 ELIZABETHI STREET, (OPPOSITE THIE "AOE" OFFICE,) ME-LB 0URN'E. TANDAItD BOOKS for the Fanily Library * in all departments of 'literature. NEW BOOKS from London monthly. 11 MAGAZINES and NEWSPAPERS by every mail. , FAMILY BIBLES, with and without illus. trations, in great variety and very cheap. PTrices q from 12s. Od...

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BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 February 1868

fIALT.AlTAT ManUIET." MxEBSs. HefPBUrI AND LEONARD report, t29th January -Tho stock yarded were 512 qittlo, 64 calves, 0960 sheep and 1454 lambs. Fat C ttle: An average supply, all from the north, witl the exception of one small draft of heifers fro· the Western district, About 50 head were -stkes, quality of remainder ranged from mediuil to good, with a few prime pens. A fair numb; of buyers were present, and although we are unible to quote any decided advance in prices, late rtes were fully maaintained, and the market closed fim, best beef making fully 20s. per 100 lbs. Fat Calves: Supply fully equal to demand, with pires for best showing an upward tendency, Our sles were 31, at from 20s. to 50s. Fat Sheep A itre moderate supply than we have had for some tile; prices, however, showed little alteration, altho h for best quality a somewhat firmer tone was mdi. festod. 1cst wethers may be quoted at 7s.,to 7u, Od,j good quality, medium weights, 4s. 6d'to s., Gd.; inferior, 3s, to 4s. ...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 February 1868

MARKETS. Mr. JAMEs YOUNv reports:-Flour, £16 per ton; wheat, s., Od. to Gs. per bushel; barley, 4s. 8d. per bushel (5s. delivered at lCoilor road); bran, Is.; pollard, Is. Od. to 2s.; butter, Gd. to 7d. per lb.; eggs, Is, per dozen; choose, 7d, to 9d. per lb. Mr. G. WooD quotes:-Butter, 7d, per lb., barley, 6s. per bushel at the surrounding railway stations j wheat, Gs, Od, to 6s. 10d. MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29. M. M'CAW AND ANOTIIER , Produce Brokers, Royal Horse Bazaur, Melbourne, report prices realised for week ending January 20, as follows: Flonr, Victorian, £14 per ton; maize, bags Is, each, as. 4Qd, to 3s, 6d, per bushel; wheat, new crop, Os. 10d. to 6s, 7d. Cape barley, 8s. ad. to 3s. 6d.; feed oats, now and old, 3s, 6d. to 4s.; blue pens, ready sale at quotations, 4s. Od, to 6s., grey peas, in demand at quotations, 4s. 8d. peron. nial grass seed, 4s. Od, to 6s.; prairie grass seed, none on hand, inquired for; bran, bags in, is. 8id. to Is. 4d.; maize ditto, bags charg...

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MOUNT EGERTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 February 1868

MOUNT EGERTON. (FBros oUv OwN cCORnRsPONDUNT.) Tns starting of Mr. Costin's saw mill, in the vicinity of Mount Egerton, has given the place quite a businer3 appearance. The employment of i thirty or forty men at first-class wages, and the arrival and departure of numerous - aggons heavily laden for BaIlarat and luninyong, shows much for the prosperity of the Mount. I was shown over the works by Mr. P'Niel, Mr, Costin's manager both hero and at the Gordons, and I must return my thanks to that gentleman for the trouble he took in explahiinng the workings to me, The whole affair is first-class, and the business people ought to thank Mr. Coetin for the energy he has displayed in the erection of such a costly affair. The first week's yield of timber, although some stoppages occurred, was 100,000 feet; bntwheti the mill gets in proper working order, it will be double that. A great treat was given us by a party of Chinese working alluvial ground in All Nations Gully. It appears their now y...

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MYRNIONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 February 1868

MIYRNIONG. (rIo:n o0t: OWN CORP.RIPONDN'r.) A special meeting of the Committee of the iMec hanies' Institute was held on Wedue.day evenlng last, Mr. 0. Grant in the chair. Arranmgements were made for immediato action, and persons authorised to collect subscriptions. The accounts were duly examined, and considered very eatisfac tory. The Cormnsitteo apprehend that there will be no difficulty in soon obtaining a sufficient sum to erect a creditable building. It is proposed to lay the foundation stone at Easter, and M. L. King, Esq., Mi.P., has kindly promised to be present on the occasion. The first of a Cersli of Readings in aid of the Building Fund will take place on Wednesday, the 12th proximo. The Conmmittee will meetfortnightlyuntil the buildingiscomplceted. The inhabitants of Myrniong appear determined to outlive their o!der neighhbors in progressive Institutions. An Amateur Dramatic Club is about to be established, and there is a rumour of its being shortly favoured with a Bras...

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A LESSON FOR GRUMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 February 1868

I ilRF130N I G Iw nt, = nvOim- ' g (nl of my contlition," dnid Sadi, a 1'orsinn t"utocwhen my feet wr ae n money to buy shoes; iut ihortlybfter. Smet a mawn without, any foot, and I contented with ;ny lot.'

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MELTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 February 1868

MELTON, (FPo0s3 O0R OWN CORRERPONDENT,) THan is a movement hero just now to endeavour to get two magistrates, A requisition has beee presented to Mr. Porter to call a public meeting to consider who are the most eligible persons ti urge on the attention of the honourable the Mini ster of Justice, Messrs. S. T. Staughton, Tulloh and Ferris, are spoken of as deemed eligible for the office by some of the residents; for myself doubt if the present Ministry will place Mr Staughton in the Commission of the Peace, as ii is a notorious fact that he is a firm opponent of the present Government; as for the others, I d, not know what to say ; certainly political grounds would hardly operate in either case--whatever their views are they keep them pretty much ti themselves. I cannot pretend to know what the ideas of the major part of the people in Victorih may be in the matter of appointing magistrates though for myself I may confess that it appears to me to be rather an unusual course for the pe...

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GISBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 February 1868

GISBORNE, (Fno on OU OWN cOnRESPONDENT.) Taru Rev. J. W. Inglis will deliver a lecture in the Mechanics' Institute on Wednesday evening, 12th February; the proceeds are to go towards repair. ing the Presbyterian Church and manse. The popularity of the leooturer will doubtless secure a numerous audience. The Committee have re solved to dispose of a number of articles left from their last bazaar by an art union. Mount Mace don and Riddell's Creek congregations are likowise to be favoured with a visit from Mr. Inglis. IHe will give popular readings at Riddell's Creek on Monday, 10th February, and at Mount Macedon on the following evening.

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BALLAN SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 February 1868

BALLAN SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20. Panm?eNT-Councillors l'Pliorson (the President), Millyard, Ryan, Cantwell and Osborne. The minutes of the previous meoting w?ro read and confirmed. Cr, Ryan referred to an infor. nmality in letting a contract to Mr. M'Kinnon without having given five days notice of lotting it, in some noewspapor ciroulated in the district. Messrs. Cahill and Looby, Black Hill, GordonR, wrote under date of 2nd December last, in rofe. renoe to rates being claimed from them by Bunin. yong Shiro Council, they having paid rates to Ballan Council. Mr. John Moore, Mount Egerton, made a similar complaint. These letters were again postponed. Reply of Duke of Edinburgh to address from Conncil was received. Socretary for Mines acknowledged receipt of letter dated 18th January, relative to an appli cation for a water right license by Messrs. Walker and Co., Blackwood. ''The Registrar-Glencral requested certain statis tical information. Ordered to be furnished. Mr. Da...

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BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, JANUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 February 1868

UACCHUS l'iA'RSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRICT IROAD BOARD. SArunDAY, JANUAnY 25. SP'IAO mooeeting. Present-Mossrs. , G.r, Pater. son (Chairman), J. Young, W. Anderson, J.- Tyson and 'T'. Cai. The Engineer gave a statement of the damage done to several bridges by the flood on the 18th inst, He had executed repairs at the Myrniong bridge, at a cost of £4, so as to allow traillo to be continued. The bridge could be repaired for about £40, but he would suggest that the bridge be widened, at a coat of £,170. The temporary bridge would depend greatly upon the stability of the abutment, which was not quite safe, Mr. Anderson asked if it would not be better to build a new bridge on a different site. The Engineer agreed that it would, although some of the matoriaul of the present bridge would be lost. The bridge in PT?wan, at Toomoney's, could be repaired by roplalcng earthwork and logs at a cost of £9. The bridge at Greenwoll's had been built at too low a level, as he had stated at the time. His...

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MELTON ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 February 1868

MELTON ROAD BOARD. AN adjourned meeting of the Board was hold on Thursday, the 23'rd January, at 8 p.m. The members present were-Messrs, Blackwood, Ross and Ryan. Mr. Ross in the chair. The minutes of last meeting wore read and con firmed, Copies of letters written wore read and approved, Correspondence received was letter from the Commercial Bank, acknowledging the receipt of •.74 15s. 8d, ; from the Under Treasurer, advising the passing an account for £290, being the second instalment of the endowment on rates collected during 1866; from the Assistant Codiumisaionor of Roads and'Bridges, enclosing voucher for £183 2s. Od., being £210 per mile on works executed under Order in Council of the 20th MIay, 1867; from:the Under 'Trasurer, enclosing a form to be filled up, on which to claim the endowment on rates col looted during 18(17 ; also forwarding a voucher for .107 Os. 9d., being balance of endowment on rates collected during 1866; from constable Andrew Morrison, forwarding clsaim...

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BLACKWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 February 1868

BLACKWOOD, (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) A DEPUTATION, consisting of Messrs. Williams and Stevens, left Blackwood on Monday last. Mr. King, M.L.A., communicated with the gentlemen above referred to, informing them as to the day on which Mr. Macgregor would receive deputa tions, and they proceeded to Melbourne accor dingly. Water leases and water rights are engrossing a large share of attention amongst the mining portion of our population at the present time, and the holders of water privileges seem fully alive to the sense of the position in which they are placed by the present defective state of the law. The gentlemen who form the deputation to the Minister of Mines, for the purpose of pro testing against the granting of a water lease to H. Walker and Another, are largely interested in the matter, both being holders of water rights and quartz crushing machines on the Lerderderg river. Some correspondence has taken place on this subject since the meeting on the 13th inst., and the w...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] CROPS, &c. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 February 1868

CORRESPONDENCE, [ We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] CROPS, &c. To the Editor of the Express. SIR—The crops in the area of Bungal are generally good. Wheat on widow Cantwell's selection will yield 80 bushels per acre, and oats from 40 to 50 ditto, The oat crop on Mr. M'Donald's land will equal that on widow Cantwell's. As a set off to some of the settlers here the caterpillars put in an early appearance, and did some damage. West of Gordons, and around Black Hill, the oat crop looks well, especially in the latter locality. From actual observation I have computed that in many pad- docks here the yield of oats cannot be less than seventy bushels per acre. Moorabool east and west—The oat crop in these parishes will yield a fair average ; the wheat will be below the average. In the parishes of Myrniong and Blackwood the oat crop will yield from 0 to 20, and in a few cases sey 25 bushels per acre. In this locality the land has been cultivate...

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COACHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 February 1868

COACHES. A coach loaves Bacohus Marsh at 7.15 am, arriving at Melton at 8.80 am, and Keoilor Road at 0.50 am. Fares-To Melton, 3s.; Keilor Road, 5s. Returning from Keilor Road at 3.80 pm, arriving in Moelton at 5 pm, and reaching Bacohus Marsh at 6.30 pm. Fares-To Molton, 3s.; to Bacohus Marsh, 5s. A coach leaves Koilor Road at 7.15 am, arriving at Molton at 8.30 am, Bacchus Marsh at 10 am, Pentland Hills at 11.30 am, Ballan at 12.45 am, Fares-To MIolton, S3,,; Bacohus Marsh, 5s.; Pentland Hills, 7s, 6d.; Ballan, 10s. A coach leaves Buninyong Railway Station at 7 am, arriving at Mount Egerton at 8.15 am, Gordons at 9 am, Ballan at 9.80 am, Pentland Hills at 11.15 am, Bacbus Marsh at 12.30 am, Melton at 2 pm, Keilor Road at 3.20 pm, Fares-Bunin. yong Station to Mount Egerton, 8s.; Gordons, 5s.; to Ballan, 7s. d. ; 'to Pentland Hills, 10. s; to Bacohus Marsh, 12s. 8d,; to Melton, 15s,; to Koilor Road, 18.s POLICE. Courts of Petty Sessions are held as under- Bacchus Marsh, every Monday...

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ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 February 1868

ENGLISH MAIL. Accordiig to present arrangements, the follow ing are the times appointed for the arrival at, and departure from Melbourne of the English mail during 1868: TO ARIIVE. TO DEPART, AT 2 P.M. Fob. 12-Wednesday Feb. 5-Wednesday March 14-Saturday March 4-Wednesday April 14-Tuesday April 1-Wednesday May 7-Thursday April27-Monday June 4-Thursday May 25-Monday July 2-Thursday June 22-Mlonday July 30-Thursday July 20-Monday August 27-Thursday August 17-Monday Sept. 24-Thursday September 14-Monday October 22-Thursday Oct. 14-Wednesday Nov. 10-Thursday Nov. 11-Wednesday Dec. 17-Thursday Decomber-Not stated

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LOCAL MEMORANDA. POSTAL. MAILS ARE MADE UP AS UNDER: [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 February 1868

LOCAL MEMO RAJNDA. POSTAL. MAILS ARE NADE UP AS UNDER: BAconUS MARSi* - Leave Melbourne daily, 2,80, 5.80 pm) arrive, 10.30 am, 7 pm; close, 11.45 am, 6 pm; arrive in Melbourne, 4.10 pm, 10.30 am. Mails are made up for Pentland Hills, Greendale, Ballan, and Buninyong Station daily at 9 am, and are duo from those places at 1 pm. Mails received from Coimadai Creek at 10 am on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and despatched at noon on same days. Deposits received for Post Office Savings Bank. BALLAN--Leave MeIlbourne daily, via Bunin. yong Station, 5.30 pm) arrive 9.30 am; close, 9 am, 12.30 pm j arrive in Melbourne, 11.18 pm, 4.10 pm. Mails leave for Pentland Hills, Bacchus Marsh, Melton, and Koilor Road, at 9 am; arriving from those places at 1 pm. Mails close for Bun inyong, Mount Egerton, Gordons, and Ballarat at 12.30 pm. BLAOKWOOD*-Leavo Melbourne daily, 5.80 pin; arrive, 8.30 am; close, 2.80 pm; arrive in Mel bourne, 11.25 pm. BArUY's REEF-Leave Melbourne daily, 5.30 pm; arrive, 9.4...

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