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MYRNIONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866

MYRNIONTG, (FR03I A COBRRsPONDENT,) Or Sunday last, the 19th inst., Mr. J. B. Scott, Church of England reader, and late officiating minister of Christ Church, Myr. niong, preached his farewell sermon here, on the occasion of his leaving the district for another appointment at Amherst, The church was densely crowded, the usual congregation being supplemented by members of other denominations, who met to pay this mark of respect to one who, devoid of religious in. tolerance, bigotry, and sectarian prejudice, had won general esteem. Mr. Scott's dis course was appropriate and impressive ; and at the close ot the service he was presented by W. H. IRoberts, Esq., on behalf of the congregation, with the annexed address, numerously signed, together with a purse of nearly twenty sovereigns; this sumn was con tributed by Presbyterians as well as Episco. palians. ADDnEB5. " To Mr. Samuel Baird Scott, Officiating Minister of Christ Church, Myrniong, in the Colony of Victoria. " Dear Sir--We, th...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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MELTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866

M1ELTON DiSTRICT RlOAD BOAzRD. Tu? ordinary meeting of this Board was held at the officeo in Melton on Friday, the 17th inst., at three p.m. The members present were-B. C. Porter, Esq., in the chair; JMessrs. Grant, iMoylan, Ross, and Black. wood. Correspondence was read as follows: From the Managers of the Keilor Plains and 3auribyrnoung Toll-gates, enclosing the Board's share of the revenue derived from these tolls for the current month. From the Keilor -Road Board, in reference to the deputation to the Commissioner of Roads and Bridges, respecting the erection of a new bridge at KeIlor. From the Assistant-Comniissioner of Roads and Bridges, respecting the distri. bution of the Gap Toll revenue. 1 From the Manager of the Bacoh ls .3arslah .E ress, soliciting a share of the advertisements of the Board. From the Chairman, asking one mouth's leave of absence. A petition was also presented from certain ratepayers at the Gap and Sunbury. It was proposed by Mr. Grant, seconded by Mr. Ro...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866

The following anecdote was narrated by an officer of the regular United States cavalry:-" One morn ing, when our army was wasting in vain in the Chickahominy swamps, some of our pickets, while heating up a bit of breakfast by the roadside, were startled with, 'how are yees, bye?' The Feds looked, and 10 I over the hushes was staring, with what was meant to be a particularly conciliating grin, one of the most grotesque of Irish faces appended to the worst of Irish bodies. 'And what are yees after doing, gintleminP' he inquired. 'Making coffee: have someP' was the laconic answer. 'Yees won't be after shootin' or captivat in' me?' was the cool reply. ' Devil a bit of it: come down !'-' By me cowl, and it's vary temptin' ye are, and the iligant manners that ye've got intirely; and it's mesilf that likes the company of gintlemin, as can afford to have their bite and sup of the caw-fy ivory day. Sure, and it's beautiful that yees make it. A cup is nothing when it's so good.'--' Well, take...

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METROPOLITAN NEWS. MELBOURNE, Wednesday, Aug. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866

METROPOLITAN NEWS. (FtIOM OUI1 OWN CORRnSlPONDENT.) MtLIuousnF,, Weodnesday, Aug. 22, WuA'r printing oillco is withoub that imp of dark nes--the PI'.D.? Cortainuly not yoursj for in my laust communication thojuvunllo pcntleman in black sboweod his propensity in Lubstttutlng a b for a y, converting a otaple, commnodily into a atble com modity. I suppose the young genius sinco his ro moval to the country hIs become somoewhat honoy in hiis tastes, and hoence the transmuogrifictation. Look out, lost in your next Issue, your nows are onvortod into nmew,, and evary shall into adb.d! for tho use of your eque.trian Imp, Surely that self-con stitntod consorof thol]aehlus Mar.h proes, "DIH.," might have thought you to "take care of your P'sF and Q'n' by this ti:ne.-T'lhere, no9, I've got it out. it's an Englishman's privilogo to grumble, and so now decks are cleared, weo can procoeed to action. 'rho now Governor is now fairly soatoed in his I vicoe.regal throne, having doe his swear'ing on We...

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A REMARKABLE CURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866

A RIEM3ARKABLE CURE.-A young' man wanted to marry a girl out in Wisconsin, but her rich parents forbade the match. The young, man became sick-very sick-and had terrible fainting fits. The doctors were called and said he would soon die, and he said he wanted to. The father of the girl visited the patient and agreed with both him and the doctors. The poor fellow said that if he could marry his Mary Anne lie would die happily. His dying request certainly could not be refisod, and Mary Anne having no objections, the minister was sent for, and the solemn ordinance of marriage was performed before the most solemn messenger of death should stop in to snatch away the gasping biide groom from time to the regrions of eternity. The knot being securely tiei, the patient rose from the bed a well man. It was a great cure, astonishing both the cruel " parient" and the doctors, but thie bride acted as though she had expected it all the time. IN A HI-unR .-A curious marriage is re ported to have occ...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. - BACCHfUS MIARSIf. W ý1nflulEtina, AUousT 22. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M.) The adjourned ease of Cooper v. Fair -bairn was the only cause for hearing. As ?further action in the matter is likely to be ~aken, we give a report of the proceedings. - Mr. Dyer appeared for the defendant. lie `objected to "Mr. Cooper appearing as pro -ecutor in the matter, on the ground that Ir. Rihey, eal) inspector, who originally D=rought the action against .ainrbirn, was t hce only proper person to continue the same. )ce cited the 33rd section of the Diseases in Cattle Act to support this view. He also abrgued from the Act that no single mangis .-trato should adjudicate in lthe case. His VWorship said that the most lerciful nourse had been adopted towards the prisoner. 'There was really no occasion for the plaintiffl to show cause why a warrant of committal should be issued, inasmuch as the ]Bench Thad only to proceed on the conviction. Mr. Dyer said he objected to the...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866

IMPOUNDINGS, BACCHUS MARSH.-Impounded 11th August, by W. B. James. Red and white heifer, a2 over Ei off ribs. On 13th August, by T. Cain. Grey mare, I over JW (stroke through the JW) over JR near shoulder, W over TJL off shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 12th Sep. tember.-On 17th August, by T. Cain. Trespass 2s. Chesnut mare, JK off shoulder. On 18th of August, by W. B. James. Notice sent to S. F. Staughton, Esq. White and red steer, short tail, 68 near ribs, 8 on both buttocks, blotch in circle off ribs, GH off rump. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold 10th September. Winm. Anderson, Poundkeeper. BALLAN.-Imupounded at Dallan Shire Pound, 15th August, by C. Grinter. Fleabitten grey horse, JH conjoined over JPM near shoulder (JP' conjoined), O in circle off shoulder. Re-impounded same day. White bullock, blotch near shoulder, D before blotched K off shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 12th September. II, A, Cooper, Poundkeeper. B...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866

Dyer v. Blaekwood and Another. Bill of costs £5 5s. Verdict for defendanut. Dyer v. Greaves. Bill of costa-£. 5, Verdict for £5, and 13:. costs. Dyer v. King. 1Bill of costs-- 2 . ;. Stauckout Dyer v. Todd. Bill of costs--;2 14.s, 6d. Struck out. Dyer v. Wood, Manager of Ilaclhus Marsh Goll Mining Company. Bill of c.s.--£14 2: . 2 1. Verdict for .£1 2s. 61., and ,1s. osts. ' Satme party v. Same. Debt--money disbursed £6 19a. lid. Verdict for 16 19.. 6li., and 13s. costs, Shebler v. Johnstone. Dcbt--£8 16s, 6,1 Struck out. Shebler v. Pratt Delbt--£ .3s. 3. Struck out IIider v. M'Kay antd Others. Debt--£4. \'er. diet for defendant, with 12s. 64. cots. J. E. Crook (a:n agent to oflicial assignee) c. Ross (as Secretary to Odd Fellows' Society) Debt-goods--f 10,. l Plaintiff nonsuited, with 12s. 6d. costs. Same party v. Same. Debt-contract--£10 160, Nonsuit, with 12s. 611. costs. J. E. Crook v. Wilhelme. Debt--£2 17s ad. Struck out. Headland v, Speary. Debt-balance of die. honoured accep...

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BACCHUS MARSH COUNTY COURT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866

BACCHUS MARSH COUNTY COURT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 16. THE following are the decisions given by the above Court in the following causes: M'Intosh v. Bence. Debt-£7 0s. 6d. Struck out. M'Intosh v. Manning. Debt-£2 7a. Struck out. M'Intosh v. Fairbairn. Debt-£3. Struck out. Callaghan v. Boyd. Debt-£- 18s. 6d. Struck out. Miller v. M'Clusky. Bill of costs, £2 5s. Struck out. Kissock v. Pinkerton. Debt-£29 14s. 6d. Struck out. Clothier v. Maguire. Damage:i-£19 10s. Ver dict, for plaintiff, by consent, £7 is.; and £1 16s. Gd. costs. Dyer v. Wilkie. Bill of costs-£5 10s. 9d. Verdict for £5 10s. 9d., and 3s. costs. Griffithsv.M'Lennan. Damages-£11 5s. Struck out. Quaile v. Pippct. Debt-£1l 3s. 4d. Verdict for defendant, who pleaded a set-off. Quaile v. Kielly. Debt-.£1, Verdict for £1. Quaile v. H. A. Cooper. Debt-12s. Verdict for 12s. Crook v. Murray. Debt-agency fees-£36 10s. Defendant had paid £11 10s. into court. Verdict for £36 10s., inclusive of sum paid into court: and £2 16s. costs. Symi...

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BALLAN COUNTY COURT. AUGUST 15, 1866. (Before His Honour Judge Forbes.) CAUSES UNDER £20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866

BALLAN COUNTY COURT. AUGUST 15, 1866. (Before His Honour Judge Forbes.) CAUSES Usu5'n £20. Shaw v. M'3erney. Dishonoured chequ-£-7. Verdict for plaintil'--£7, and £1 18s. costs. Headland v.Shannon. Goods-£-16 Os. Struck out. H. Cooper v. Cahill. Dishonoured cheque--£1. Verdict for plaintiff, £1, and £1 6s. costs. Spice v. Holyoake. Balance of promissory noto 12s. Struck out. Baber v. Ferguson. Goods-£9 17s. 8d. Nun. suit, with 12s. lir. costs to defendant. MI'Intosh v. Wilson. Samne-.15. Verdict for plaintiff, £15, with £1 3s. costs. 11. Cooper v. Cahill. Cash lent-£1 Os. Gd. Struck out. Same v. Tainsh. Same-10s. Verdict for plaintiff, 10s., with £1 2s. costs. Same v. Carroll. Pound fces-£1 8s. 3.1. Ver dict for plaintiff, ,£1 8s. 3d., with £1 costs. Same v. Catlay. Cash lent-7s. Struck out. Cousens v. Bence. Goods-£16 18s. Verdict for plaintiff, £13 8s., with £2 8s. 6d. costs. Simmons v. Nolan. Same-1ls. Sd. Verdict for plaintiff, 18s. 5d., with 17s. costs. Same v. Barbour. Labour-...

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SELECTED POETRY. MY PURSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 25 August 1866

SELECTED POETRY. MY PURSE, BY THE BEADLE OF BRAY. On! if I had money galore—in store, I'd just build a sweet cottage—no more, In a deep-vallied glen, far away from rude men;   But when will that time be—ah ! when ? And when the sun came to open my eyes, I'd forth with the bees and the bright butterflies, And my children all fresh from their sleep: And we'd cull brightest posies, Sweetest wall-flowers and roses, And our hearts in blest gratitude steep. Oh! they say that great wealth is a curse; But, what's worse— My heart is too big for my purse:   Poor purse ! Oh ! if I had money galore—in store, I'd open the lattice, and widen the door Of my heart and my mind, and all human-kind I'd invite to come in and a true welcome find. From sunset to dawn I'd seek out the forlorn— Loan poets, wan artists, frail daughters of scorn— Oh ! I'd hurry all in to the feast; And we'd hail one another As sister and brother, Till the bright sun of hope Came to gladden their Eas...

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To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 September 1866

To the Editor of the Ewpress. Ss--On looking over the Guardlian of Saturday last, I observed therein a letter, purportiug to be written by some poor degenerate creature nicknamecd " Meltonius," who seems to be possessed of a very "wicious" disposition. He complains of "Crook" going to Melton to attempt to raise money to pay for the " feed" given to the members at the late banquet. But as Quartermaster Crook is no child, I will leave him to speak for himself. I suppose "Mel tonius," like his friend the Editor of the Guardian, was offended because Mr. Crook had not the courtesy to send him an invita tion, enclosing ticket, &c.; and because he forgot to do so, be had the honour of being transformed into a target for "Meltonius" to fire paper pills at, I should like to know whether or not "Crook" was wounded by the discharge through that extensively.ecirculating paper, the Guazrdian. If not, he must surely have had a most miraculous escape, for the shot flew about in all directi...

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THE GUARDIAN AND MR. CROOK. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 September 1866

THE GITARDIAN AND MR. CROOK. To the Editor of wthe Express. SIr--That seedy and ancient-looking journal ist-the Editor of the WVest Bourke Guardian -if devoid of good taste and ordinary literary ability, is evidently possessed of more than a usual amount of impudence and pertinacity. For some time past he has, with special acri mony, been attempting to injure Mr. Crook, of Bacchus Marsh, by traducing him in every conceivable way in his miserable print. Whether owing to Mr. Crook's indifference, or from growing malice on the part of the writer, I do not know-but these cowardly attacks have recently become more out rageous. What has bMr. Crook done to elicit this running fire of abuse ? or who is this upstart of the Gutcardian that he should arro. gate to himself the right to molest whoever may happen to incur his dislike ? Mr. Crook, I believe, has been too long a respected resident of the Marsh to be injuriously af fected by the low personalities of Mr. Swords; and I very much mista...

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BALLAN. TUESDAY, AUGUST 28. (Before J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M.; and Walter Duncan, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 September 1866

BALLAN. TUvESDAY, AuousT 28. (Before J. M. Clow, Eseq,, P.M.; and Wadter I).u can, Esq., JP.) KIEoran Egan v. Shire Council. Damage to com. plainant's proporty by a contractor of theo Council -£10. Order for .2 10s. Same v, E, MI'Kernan. Leaving an excavation unfilled up, and not fenced in. Fined Is., and 4s, Od, costs, John G. Bird v, E. O'Neil. Debt--.8 10s.; goods, Order for .88 10s., and 15s. costs.

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PYREETE. To the Editor of the Bacchus Marsh Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 September 1866

PYREETE. T'o the Editor of the Bacchus Marsh ?vress?., Sin--Knowing that you take an interest in all that refers to the general welfare of the community in which your valuable paper is circulated, and al though not ambitious of putting ourselves before tih publio inprint,yet(with yourpoermission)wecan. not allow our existence tobe (as heretofore) totally ignored. With this view, Mr, Editor, I purpose giv. ing you a short sketch of the progress we in this dia·. triot have made within the last twelve months. Within that time, Sir, thanks to the "Amending Land Act," a wonderful change for the better has comoe over us. The lands around us were before that period little more than useless, affording a scanty herbage to a few miserable half-starved cattle, the resort of the kangaroo and the wallaby; while amongst the branches of the thickly-studded trees might be seen hordes of the opossum, threatening destruction to the cabbage gardens of the few who had the temerity to cultivate that use...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] THE LATE WILLIAM CHILVER. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 September 1866

C0 R R 8PO ND E NC E [We are nol res8ponsible for the opinol expressed b o~ur correspoandents.] TIHE LATE WILLIAM CHILVER. To the Editor of the .lprees. SII--?.i your paper of the 25th ult., I have seen a letter signed "A Presbyterian." In that letter your correspondent describes him. self as "a lover of justice and goodwill towards all men;" he would have acted more in accordance with the high character he assumes, had he, before writing as he has done of the Rev. Henry Scott, inquired into the facts of the case. I am the brother of the late William Chilver. IHe and I were brought up together as members of the Church of England. It was I who asked Mr. Scott to allow my brother's cofiln to be placed in the church; and it was I who asked him to read the burial service of our church at my brother's grave. "A Presby. t?erian" will,'perhaps, admit I was entitled to make arrangements for my brother's funeral, and I trust he will extend "his love of justice and goodwill towards all men"-e...

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 September 1866

WEDNEsDAY, AvUGUST 29. Present-J. E. Crook, Esq., hen. correspondent; Rev. J. C. Sabine; Messrs. Pearce, IMahoney, and Taubman. Mr. Young, the chairman, was also present before the business commenced, but was called away on private busiuness, and stated that, as he might not return, the Commuittoo might proceed to business in his absence. Mr. Pearce was voted to the chair. The minutes of several provious meetings were read and comfirmed. The hen. correspondent read tihe agreement which had been entered into between the Com mittee and the head teacher, as decided upon at the previous meeting. The agreement was con firmed. A letter was read from the Board of Education, dated Aug. 23rd, requesting the return of a com munication forwarded to the Committee on the 18th July, with reference to the Committee's powers in suspending a teacher. The hen. correspondent said he had returned the document asked for. Mir. Young's notice of motion, given at last mopting, was laid upon the table; but ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 September 1866

SATI'UIRD)AY, S1PTEIMBJR 1, 1860., A ROYAL COMxMIssION has boon appointed to investigate the working of the Common Schools Act. The names of the gentlemen comprising the Comnnssion are, we believe, a sufficient guarantee to the people of Victoria that a most searching and honest inquiry will beomade into the present system. The Govern. mont have wisely, we think, guarded against giving the Commission anything like a one sided denominational character. Great care ].... 1... . tOnla.l thI o ot·.ll tLUltotll llltllOl Sll[|ll be, as far as practicable, fairly reprcsented; nothing else 'rouhJlhave satisfied the people ,??.ie colony, Any undue power given to either of the leadin;,' denominations, would have caused a feeling of jenlousy to spring up in the minds of those overlooked, and thus its.great measure have rendered the pre sent inyEtigation fruitless, if notinjurious to the cause it was intendled to benofit. The progress of thile investigation will be watched with great interest, f...

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BALLAN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 September 1866

BALLAN SHIRE COUNCIL. Tim fortnightly ilooting of the above Council was hold on Wednobday last. Present-Councillor M''Pherson, in the chair; Councillors Osborno, Short, Duncan, Atkinson, Blake, and Graham. The minutoe of the previous muoting were read and confirmed. A letter was read from the Department of Lands and Survey, relative to a proclamation in the Governulonet Ga:clto of reservation of hinds for the Ballau Agricultur?l Soolety, A letter was read from Mr. David B. Cooper, SLaw-mills, Ballarat Road, stating terms on which Mr. Caldwell would dispose of land required for a road anRd bridge at Biddle and Brown's Saw-mills, The matter was ordered to stund over until the Council wore furnished with the latest plans of the locality. MR. MOUSGOIAVE'S ALLEGED OVEIOIIA1GE, A letter was read from Mr. Muegravo, solicitor, acknowledging thie receipt of a letter from the Council on theo subject of charges for his profoe. slonal services on the Council's bohalf, Mi. Mus. grave went into t...

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BACCHUS MARSH CENTRAL COMMON SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 September 1866

BACCHUS MARSH CENTRAL COMMON SCHOOL, THE adjourned meeting Of Committee of the above school was held in the schoolroom on Thursday evening last. Present-James Young, Esq., J,P,, Chairmian; J. E. Crook, Esq., lion. Correspondent; Rev, J. Scott; lRev. J. C. Sabine; MeBsars. Watson, Dyer, MIahoney, Cooper, Taubmian, and M'Farlane. There was a considerable attendance of the public, about sixty persons being present. The Chairmua briefly explained the object of the meeting, lie said this was an adjourned meeting to consider Mr. Scott's motion regarding bMessrs. Dodds and Reid, that motion arising out of the correspondence road at last meeting; and also to consider and prepare the form of agree ment to be entered into with the newly.olected head teacher, Mr. Wilson. With regard to the disputed point of correspondence taking precedence of any other business at all meetings of the committeo, he observed that the 3rd claunce of the bye.laws of the local Road Board provided, with. out excepti...

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