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COMMERCIAL BANK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

COIMMERolAL BANK.-%We learn that the Com. moercial Bank has purchased the lease of the pro. mrises in Collins-street, occupied by MIessrs. 8. I. H Cohen and Co., auctioneers, for the sum of £2,000. The necessary alterations will, we believe, be at once commenced. Messrs. Cohen and Co. will remove to the promises at one time occupied by Messrs. Fraser and Cohen. MERCANTILE CORRESPONDENCE.-~-A merchant, at the season of business depression, received from one of his customers at a distance, in answer to a previous dun, a letter stating his difflculties and requesting time. The merchant paced his counting. house with lowering brow and, stopping suddenly, turned to his clerk and said, "Write to that man without delay." The paper was ready, and the pen filled with ink, but not receiving any message for some moments the clerk asked, "What shall I write '" "Something or nothing, and that very quick !" Back to his desk went the clerk, and rapidly moved his fingers over the paper. The letter ...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

i n oeýl 0P ; CT' SESSDŽ' R 1 V M. . -, Ju . tL.M, ; A, ,acintosh, Scontaindl in lhis recent'orter, Esq, T.P.) 1O, 0 i I N A P ition of 31dhael Shea . :nsetr It his bail, .Ios DESTINEID) MCpo?red to prosecute, nmd In.. " he defenac Mr R/ .i :efence rled several Losjectio0n s:may.LC'o ...., .- tll* mous, a rovieweld a?t great leugh. Ile:" . at after he defonce ,ha been he ..d ..I . , N. q ly t have the ,hole of the witnesle? fo [t r.i . o'"iesecution a'rre.-.id. h l'e hdepositions haiving be'i rad, Mr. Reoad all1ed on and examined at consideradeo length hiieh)lird luthbrildge, Charles Jamos, 'Win. A. Ifodge, and Gustave Mtliheeon The ease for the defence laying boeea closed, Mtr' Curko applied to be allowed to bring rebut. ting Uvidelnce fl a staltcmolnt made by theo wit axs:, Cihar!:,'ianies, to which Mir. Road objocted. Thie lench then decided t) clear ths Court -while they considered the question. At 4 o'clock the Court was re-oponed, end Mr. iShter delivered the following verdict...

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THE LAST NIGHT OF THE DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

THE LABT NIGHT OF THE DEBATE. Ois would not have thought, on entering the House of Commons at its opening on Friday night, or for some hours afterwards, that an issue was impending for the decision of which three kingdoms were waiting with profound interest The Strangers' Gallery was full as it had been all through the debate s the more limitcd and highly privileged Speaker's Gallery showed gaps here and there; the House itself was only moderately filled. Lord Cranbourne, who was to open the debate, has acquired a certain reputation for his power and will to say disagreeable things to his opponents, which gives a zest to his speeches denied to others of higher talent and more geniality; but somehow this reputation on Friday night failed to draw, and those who resisted the attraction lost nothing. The heir of that branch of the Ceeils who hunted Sir Walter Raleigh to the scaffold was even more respectably dull than usual, and it was only when he attacked MIr. Bright, and drew a pictu...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

M ARKETS, THE MILLs,-Mr. James lRansdon roports: The flour market continues quiet, and prices remain steady at, for fine flour, £16 per ton; seconds, £15 per ton; bran, Is. 9d. per bushel; pollard, 2s, per do. Messrs. R. and W, Aitken report :-Silk-dresrcd flour, £16 to £16 10s.; bran, 1s. Od. per bushol; pollard, 2s, to 2s, 3d. do.; wheat, Os. to Ga. Gd. do., with little offering. FAT CATTLE, SHEEP, &C. - Messrs. Dalmahoy Campbell and Co. report:-Fat Cattle: only 956 head, inclusive of the remainder of the Queens. land cattle, ox Salamander, came forward. Most of them were good, and, as there was a brisk demand, late satisfactory prices were maintained. Prime quality bullocks, light weights, brought from £14 to £15 5s. and a few extra weights and quality, up to £21 5s.; good quality bullocks, from £11 to £13 ; second quality do, from £9 to £10 10s.; inferior do, from £5 to £7; prime pens cows, from £13 to £13 12s. Gd.; a few extra up to £10d good quality do, from £9 to £11;...

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(FROM A [?] CO[?]RESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

(r1no01 At ? Ori 'o)ENT). Spelrused witjLui, pl-asure theo announcemenout in your nJaiJen].j 13(ssuetf the general principles which youil in A to alvocate, and the policy which you , so tdopt in your editorial apaitciLy. 1r ?i,40c1u.ro of your views, and he courso , h ~; h Vd ,intend to pursue, is ix " , able qid politic at such an ?7 * -o of yor barcovr An avowal so S .d ot tholiotivcs and intentions So induct you to adventure upon c arG ous ailresponsible undertaking, M AT['r 'itself, is too ingenuous to be I4 d, and too ich to t(he point to beo i.. leratood. X have 'pledged yourself 1111 . and cornt oxponient or tlhe varied I ecial inte-resti, theo districts in which 1 iCrSS is cilated ; aiiud to bestow A ivo considorai to the social interests he comunuity .You hiave also bound 6L')olfto act; in strictly unbiassed and rtial innliiiier inltl s11c] nimatters. This ~ > Vt what should b and w\hat might reason h ( have been e.xted. Any guarantee I V'^ of 'wNhat 'yoinmvo givee would...

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BALLAN. POLICE COURT. (Before J.M. Clow, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

BALLAN, POLICE COURT. (Before J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M.) Constable Quinn v. Edward Roberts.-Drunk and disorderly at Myrniong. Fined 5s., with costs of recognizances. Ballan Shiro Council v. Jeremiah Mullane. Being the owner of two unregistered dogs. Fined £1, with i1 6s. costs. Managers of Ballan Farmers' Common v. Jere. miah Mullane.-Being the owner of certain dogs which did attack and worry complainants' cattle. Damages, £4. Conviction-to pay 5s. as penalty; .1 as compensation, with costs, d1 6s. 6a. Michael M'Intyre v. Mark Hughes. - Wilful destruction of property. Case dismissed, Donald M'Kinnou v. Ballan Shire Council.-Mr. Ocock for the plaintiff; Mr. Musgrave for defend. ants. Appeal against assessment, Case dismissed, with costs, L1 is. George Henry Roberts, Blackwood road. Ap plies for a publican's license. Granted. Voters' Lists for the Three Ridings of the Shire of Ballan ravised.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

IMPOUNDINGS. June 29.-By W. B. Innes, Esq., 1 bay horse. HW over D near shoulder, D near fore leg, S off off fore hoof, If not claimed and expeuses paid, to be sold 25th July. July 6.--By Messrs. Green and Burt, 1 white bullock, rope and chain on neck, MM near rump; 1 strawberry steer (worker), MM near rump, If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold 8th August. July 18.-By L. B. Ping, Esq., 1 roan heifer. JB conjoined near ribs; 1 dark strawberry heifer, JB conjoined near ribs. If not claimed and expense paid, to be sold 16th August.-Wa. ANDERSON, Poundkeeper.

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BACCHUS MARSH AND [?] HILLS FARMERS' S[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

BACOHUS MARSH AN]i HILLS FARMERS' SI A MEETING of the above took in the Mechanics' Institute on Saturday, the 14th inst. Present: J, E. Crook, Esq., President (in the chair), Mr. W. ,Jame;, Vice-President, . Mr. W. Grant, Mr. Young, Mr. Patterson, Mr. Cumming and Mr. White, members. Mr. Crook was appointed to represent the Society at the Board of Agriculture for the!! ensuing year. i A communication was received from thl Secretary of the Board of Agriculture inti mating that the grant-in-aid to the SocietF (about £100), was now available. ' The subject for which the meeting w called was then introduced by the Presidenr namely, the desirability of taking steps bring about an amalgamation of the Melt. and Ballan Farmers' Societies with Bacchus Marsh and Pentland Hills Farmej Society. The President, in a few clear and forcible remarks gave it as his opinion that the agri cultural and pastoral interest would be much promoted by such a union, and from what he knew of the feeling of the l...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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HOW TO PROSPER IN BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

HOW TO PIROSPE3 IN BUSINESS. In the first place, make up yopr mind to accom plish whatever you undertake. Deoide upon. so llx particular employment, and persevere in it.. .111 difliculties are overcome by diligence and assiduit$y. lIo not afraid to work with your own hllpds, aad diligontly too. "A cat in gloves tchck.: lo mico." Attoend to your ownl business 'uid-ln-cvdr trust it to anothor. "A pot that bolpuigs to lid." Be abstoemious. " Who dainties love shall beggars prove." Rise eorly. " The sleonina fox wtches no poultry." Treat overy ono with reIpect i jiivility. " Everything is gained and nothing S,., courtesy." (ood manners insure succoss. ti oVrnticipato wealth from any other uourco S411 'bour. "Iro who %aita for dolead men's noo0s M1lavo to go for a long time barefoot." nld, tbovo 't, thinga, "Nil desporandum," for teOaven helps theo who help themselves. If you "lnplicitiy follow teso precopts, nothing can hindor you from aNew1hting wealth. - New yo'

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

GENERAL NEWS, T'Ihe trt hll ra ,'r, of Monday, says :--'(. T of the children in the tiunbury Industrial gd4, and the institution noear Princo's B0ri0lg(i;.,] bouiino; though, we believe, much botte-. tI formerly, is by no means what it should lbt learn from an unfortunate woman who was U?bi through dangorous sickness, to sold two c-?hi to those Government institutions, tha-t ,:ud, still very much to be done before the ste.o poor children will be oven appr'oaehin1. l l, vs have a right to expect. In the case to sw I refer, two girls woro sent to Princesa I3riod two boys to Sunbury, and all four within,'ho weeks were nearly blind with o pth abl "in ho children wore all strong and heolthy -i , they leoft allarat, had no signii of any dis , the eyoesu, yet sonmo of them barely escapo -ines Hlow does it happen that children are thi (Cteds There must be a specild ca co for 'hIo:p'eciisl disease, and why is it not sought, out ;;id .oyedi Thou, the childron's heads were full ofr:?y3il i one...

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LABOUR AND PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

LAB(61 t AND PRODUCTION. From laboý: and production we make a natural stop to wtea", for all wealth is the produce of labour. W:Vtover objoeta of value we sue around us itl our fgat cition or our fruitful agricultural districts, Io public edifices, the manufactories, the (ocks..nd harbours, the railways, the wheat floldc thepleasuro grounds, the gardeon-all are thoe Ilodue of human labour; and if these objeots are Ii, 1 increased in abundance to the noxt genchtin it will be by the instrumentality of huuiOi ]bour that they are so increased.

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THE BOUQUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

TIlE BOUQUET, A is an Arun in hedgeos 'tis found, B is a Bramble and trails on the found, C is the Bloe3omn of Crab-apples ser, D is the Daisy, chlidhoo1:l' own flo0or; E is an Eglantine, our swoet brinay F is a Funchi' sdrops of rod fire, G stands for Glors perfuming tlichoath, IH is the IIHeartseaso bending bo lth, I is the Ivy and climbs the old tover, J is the Jonquil, Spring's sarly {fswer; IK is a Kiugeup, gold set in grds; L is the Lily, of flowers the qurn; M is the Mignonette, sweetest c weeds; N the Nasturtium, pickle thB sods; O is the Orchbis, named from tE bee; P a pale Primrose, pride of th?sea; Q is Queen Marraret, regal £id rich; It is Rlagged Itobin, lord of t& ditch; S is the (wood) Sorrell, hluuiing the doll; T stands for Thistle, Scotelhien love well; U stands for Urtica-nettlt we fear; V stands for Violet, to everono doar; W Wallflower, fragrant and;ay; X Xmas Holly, to grace Xins day; Y stands for Yow, dear, alt you'll not forget; Z the last letter of y...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

WIT AND IHIMOUR. SOME time ago there1Ras a trial for tres pass in cutting wood frm a neighbour's premises without authory. One of the plaintiff's witnessea unwas plain old farmer, whose testimony went dle ily and directly to prove the charge. The d.lendant's counsel, a blustering man of brass, :hought to weaken the force of his evidenceby proving idiotey to be i trait of his famiy. lie therefore interrogated him thus: 'MMr. Hodge, you have a son who is an idiot have you not ?" "Yes, sir." "Does he :now anything P" "Very little." " How mune does he know ?" " Well, almost nothing; lit much more than you do." The witness wat allowed to retire I without further question, midst the most uproarious "screams of laughter." Dn. Bus nY, whose figure was beneath the common size, was one day ac:osted in a puble coffee-room by an Irish baronet of colossal stature with " May I pass to mny seat, 0 giant ?" When the doctor, politely making way, replied " Pass, 0 pigmy !" ' 01h, sir," said the baron...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

WIT AND HUMOUR, \\rhen does a cow become lauded property ? When turned into a field. "I am transported to see you," as the convict said to the kangaroo. Sharpwits wants to know whether an absconding debtor uses a bill-hook when he "cuts his stick." A young lady who was asked by her friends whetiher it was true that she was engaged to a certain gentleman, replied to each one, innocently, "Not as yet." TIn WAYr TO Pass.-A young candidate for the legal profession was asked what he should do first when employed to bring an Action. "'Ask for money on account," was the prompt reply. I-o passed. Cx.ust aND ErroCT.-A. countryman, seeing a vessel very heavily laden and scarcely above the water's edge, exclaimed--" Upon my word, if the sea was a little higher, the ship would go to the bottom," LADY Ynanrou?T asked Garrick one day why Love was always represented as a child ; .-He rcplied, " Because Love never reaches the age of wisdom and experience." A Sun Sro or WAxsEss;-.-One day, a person ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

TERRIFIC FIRE IN LONDON, SIXTEEN HUNDRED BARRELS OF PETROLEUM BURNED, ON Monday, May the 11th, a tremendous fire broke out in the vicinity of Stinkhouse Bridge, Bow Common, the nucleus of most of the largest chemical factories in London, destroying several large range of watersido premises, and an immense quantity of petroleum and oil. Indeed, the me tropolis has not witnessed such a tremendous blaze since Cotton's Wharf, Tooley Street, was destroyed. It commenced about a quarter before nine o'clock on the works in the occupation of Messrs. Tylor and Pace, lucifermatch manufacturers, occupying a considerable area of ground on the west side of the canal in connection with the river Lea, at Bromley and Limehouse. Adjoining were the extensive warehouses and works of Mr F. Crossley, oil refiner; of Mr W. Settler, animal charcoal manufacturer; of Mossrs. Denton and Jutsum, oil refiners, and other merohants. The canal in front was also lined with a great number of barges loaded with hundr...

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WEMYSS JOBSON ON THE M'CULLOCH GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

W lvMYSS JOBSON ON THE M'OUILOCH Ma1, WaV'ss JoisoN loctured yestorday evening, at St. Georgo's Hall, on "The atrocities hli has sustainod from thle M'Cullool Ministry, moroly for opposing their imbooile flagitious meosure of pro teoction." A couple of dozen persons were prosont. arrivl in the colony, and attumipted to trace theoi to " Mr. M'Cullook and his myrmidons." Twice had they precipitated hint from tho platform of a public mooting, to rid themoselves of his, to t .. obnoxiouts xiLstnce. They had attomupti.d hin .[ . at Sandriidgo by drowning, but finding him too tenacious of existeonc, and determined to live in spite of them, they thought, by incarceorating him in a gaol, that they would for It timW securo tlhm-. solves against his attacls. But tlhoy litlo know tho character of the mnia with whom they had to deal. Sir Charles Darling had promiuied him that whilst, he was Governor of the colony no violoence should be offbred hiMn, but the Ministry liad con trived to got rid o...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

INDIA. A batt?le his boon fought betwccun the Amner of Cabll and tlre army of Sirda~s, in which the former was totally defeated.

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EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

JSEUlOPEAN NE1WS, TsIE RaCn ron TrEn ENGLIsH Dreunt AT EPEso -In spite of financial catastrophes, the Dorby day was on the whole a success. The blue riband was run for or on the l(ith-a cohl but dry day. It is estimated that 200,000 people cere assembled on Epsom ]owns. The winning horse was Lord Lyon; within half a neck of him was the Bribery colt, and the thirl horse was Rutstic. Lord Lyon was no extraordina.ry favorite until the last moment, when the betting changed to six to five on him. The rase was one of the fastest on record, the time being only two minutes forty nine seconds-three seconds more than the fastest race of the samel distance ever run, Tue EThearsu Era;verN rFoR AUSrRALIA.-TIhe Nottii?gh;acs (srdian of Saturday, 21st April, had/ the following respecting the vit't of an Eloven) from England:-" We have received a letter from George Marshall by this mail, in which ihe states:' -' In this speculation I mu associated with thlree' other well-knowin residents of Melbour...

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AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

AFRICA,' The Chief of Somalis, on the east coast of Africa, . has engaged with the political resident at Aden l' i suppress the slave trade in his dorminious. .,,ul and -- . . of the Marsh, * , ný l.To epay the visit. For thl; ; ispection of plans and further par ticulars, apply to Graham Brothers, merchant"', Russol-strcct, Melbourne, or to the Auctioncor, Bacolhus Marsh. 'Terms--One-third cash; the balance by three equal instalments, bills of oxchange,'at six, twelve, aud eighteen mouths, bearing interest at the rate of ton per cont. per anuum. - Title perfect and guaranteed. N,B.--A Luncheon will ba provided. Itlrosrmxc, s.-220th Juno. ]By W. B. Jnniec, trespass, 6d. ech, oneo bay lhoise, 11 W over 1) near shoulder, D n.car fore hoof, S off fore hoot. If not :laimed and cxpensean paid, to be sold 25th July. By Green and Burt. trcspa??sý, (id. each, onec white bullock, rope and chain on neck, M1 M: near rump; one stra;wberry stcer (workc-r) MM1 near rump. If not clailedl and ex pe...

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AGRICULTURAL. WATER, AND THE CONSEQUENCES OF ITS IMPURITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

AG RIOULTURAL. WATER, AND THE CONSEQUENCES OF ITS IMPURITIES. I wisn some chomist would study the subject of water as it affects the plants to which it is applied in an artifloiial manner; for I am confident that it has more influonce on their well-being than the character of the soil in which they are planted. In affirming this much, I moan the assertion to apply to that class of plants kept in pots, and of which the existonco is maintained from day to day by what may be termod regular moealsof water, and as the unumber of such is very great, it may be inferred that the class of food most relished by them is not always that which is given to them: hence disease is the consequence, or, if the evil do not advance thus far, lack of vigour or health. Plants are created to live in fixed stations, and at such stations they are furnished with all the ro. quiremonts necessary for their well-doing. The chalky hills are clothod with yows, juniper, and box, and amongst the horbago we find wil...

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