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PREJUDICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 September 1866

PanmRumoICE.-Tho following forcible tnd beautiful delineation of prqjudice is aceribod to the lateO President Lincoln :-" Prqjudice may be compared to a misty morning in October. A man goes forth to an eminence, and he aoes at the summit of a neighbouring hill s figure, apparently of gigantic tatutre, for such the imperfect medium througnh which he is viewed would make him appear. goe~ forward a few steops, and thle figuro advances towards him; the sizo lessens as they approach; they draw still nearer, and the extraordinary ap. pearanee is gradually, but sensibly, diminilshed. At last they moot, and perhaps the person he had at liret taken for a amowuor proves to be his own brother."

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 September 1866

BALLAN. S (rnox OUi SPEOIAL CORRISiPONDENs'.) " Silently, but mournfully, V iTh slanting sunbeams heod Thelir light o'or Terrancena, And the gravoyarde of the deaod." 4 YsnoRT tile ago I was making a' few in Sries as to the position and the condition of o Ballan Cometery, with a view to induce trulstees to expend a little money on its provement; for I do not hesitate to assert ?at a more disgnrcefill witness to public athy does not exist in the colony than is to i found in the present condition of our mnetery. 't.A few weeks ago a letter appeared in the iardian upon the se spe subject, and a very i.f[ping apology it was. It may matter but Giilo to thle writer of that epistle where or 'wv tile sacred ashes of the departed may t, but it is not so with many others in this unship. The next time that writer takes his pen in the samno cause, I would recoim _-nd for his own credit's sake that he take into ?sideration the spirit of the old Latin j~tence, - ' "Do nortuls nil nisi bonum." he ...

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

" Bacchus Marsh, August; 13, 1866." "My DY 1EA JAMEs "I send you a copy of the Guardian of Saturday last, which you will see is published in your dear old Marsh, as I know you will feel an interest in looking over its columns, and in being reminded of some of your old friends and neighbours. Indeed, I ,hould have sent you a copy long ago, but Papa would not hear of my doing so. When I first mentioned the matter to him, he seemed quite angry with me, and said, in his usually blunt way, 'I wish my boy to be able to speak EN?oLIsn--the language of Shakspeare, Addison, and Swift-and I will not allow you to place before him such stfZ as is published in that paper.' You will not fail to see that Papa did not con domn the style of the Guardian without reason; but, as I told Papa, children and grown-up people too require to have the evil as well as the good placed before them, that they may learn what to avoid as well as what to imitate. And, after a good deal of coaxing, Papa consented to ...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and Dr. Rae, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 September 1866

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSIH. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and Dr. Rae, J,P.) John Sloven v. George Humphries. Wagea .£1 199, Adjourned for one week. John Todd v. Mrs. Ward. Assault. Fined 5s., and 2s. 6d. costs. Thomsa Akors, jun., applied for a carrier's license. Granted. COOPER, C,P.S., V. FAIRsBAmiN. MIr. Dyer, solioitor, applied to Mr. Shuter, P.M., to accept bail, to enable him to state a case, as applied for on the 22nd inst. Mr, Shuter asked why recogniza?uces had not beeoon entered into on Saturday last, as agreed on P Mir. Dyer had pledned his professional reputation to produce Pairbairn, with the requisite rccog. nizncoa, on that day. Mr. Dyer replied that he had endeavoured to to so, but Fairbairn had put it out of his power by absconding. He had since discovered Mr. Fair bairn, and was now ready to offer the bail re quired. In reply to the Clerk, however, M1r. Dyer acknowledged he could not produce FairbhaLirn just them. M r. Shuter w...

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A COLUMN FOR THE JUVENILES. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 September 1866

A COLUM N )O1 THE JUVENILES. To tkhe Editor of the Express?. Sti--The following letter having fallen into my hands (I need not say how), I forward it to you for publication, being of the opinion that it may be interesting to the juvenile portion of your readers. I am, Sir, yours, &c., A. B.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 September 1866

IMPOUNDINGB, BACOHUS MBARSII.--Impounded 17th August, by Thomas Cain. Trespass 2s. Chesnut mare, three shoes on, J K off shoulder. On 18th August, by W. B. James. Notice sent to S. F. Staughton. White and red steer, short tail, S S near back, 8 on both buttocks, G Hi off rump, blotch in circle off ribs. On 26th August, by T. Akers. Trespass Gd. each. Light strawberry steer, S S near ribs, S on both buttocks, G HI off rump, S in circle off ribs; light blue and white steer, S S near ribs, S on both buttocks, G H off rump, S in circle off ribs. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold 19th September. On 29th August, by Mr. Cos. grove, for the Managers of the Bacchus MIarsh Farmers' Commons. Trespass 6d. Red heifer, white on face and belly, like G B offrump, like ? off ribs. On 300th August, by A. Brown. Trespass, 5s. each. Dark roan cow, MK conljoined over c near ribs, i ?M near rump; roan cow, like H near rump; brown heifor, NKI conjoined blotched near rump; red steer, off ear mar...

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

MR. GRANT AND MR. POIRTER. To the Editor of the .RExpress,. Sin-As the editor of the Guardian, in a paragraph in his paper of last weeko, denies that Mr. A. Grant made the remark in reference to Mr. Porter in his place at a meeting of members of the Baec chus Marsh and Pentlaud Hills Agricultural Society; and as the writer, for reasons best known to himself, has thought proper to impute unworthy motives to me, I deem it right to state that not only is the statement of the Guardian untrue, but that every word, as stated in the report alluded to, is sub stantially correct. I would ask the writer in the Guardian to read the report again, when he will see on the face of it indubitable evidence of its correctness; as, for instance, the reply of Mr. Ross, Hon. Sec. of the Melton Society. That gentleman would certainly not have volunteered the statement that Mr. Porter was not even a member of the Melton Society, unless it had been called for. Moreover, Mr. Grant himself, from what I know ...

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MELTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 September 1866

MELTON. (rnaoU A coRI:s'ONDESTwr.) NoTouI has been more apparent in this township than the want of proper accommo. dation for the conduct of its public businoss, and .the administration of justice; and, although a Court of Potty Sessions has been established hero for upwards of three years, and occasionally a good deal has to be done in it on Court days, the only accommodation provided by the Minister of Justice is a room eig'hteen feet by fourteen feet. This has been, and still is, Court room, magistrates' room, and clerk's ofice-being, in fact, the " big room" of the old Melton Hotel, a building put up hurriedly in the "g ood tines" (when lime had to be brought from Melbourne, and cartuge about twenty shil lings per cwt. to MeIton) by a man who seems to have been determined that his hotel should be superior to and guiltless of lime; who ignored the whole carboniferous formina tion, andl believed only in loam thr mortar; and who was not at all particular as to the quality of the br...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 September 1866

NATIONAL BANK OF AUS'TRALASIA. joCUS MAPRH BRANCH. P CAPITAL . . £640,000 ,RESERVE FUND . ,. £180,000 - l'HE following RATES of INTEREST are 1 allowed on MONEY DIPOSIT''ED at this Branch, vir..: On Deposits at 80days' notice, 4per cent. per annum. ,, ,, l ont hs: ,, 5 , , , j ,, 6I ,,~~tI ,, 0 ,, ,, • , ,, :13 .,,. ,, 7 ,, ,, , ? . T. NIXON BINNEY, LIUNAERI., BACOHU .MARSH. 'lFiIESDAY, 11 I' EPTEM3BEIR, At 'Two o'clock pl.,, " AT TANNER'S COURT-'IIOUS E HIOTEL. TO SIIOPKIEEPERLS, TRADESMEN, SPECU LATOItS, AND OTHERS. 'ELITGIBLE BUSINESS P1RTEMISES, situate in the very contre of population, opposite tihe National Bank, IBorder Ifotol, andl Police Court, at Bacohns Marsh, occupied at present as a saddler's shop and ldwelling, FOR POSITIVE SALE. J, J.E. CROOK BAS boon favoured with instruptiyue to SELL by PUBsLIC AUU3!'lON, ot. iYeulelay, the 11th September, at ttY. p.m., at thd dburt Hlouse IHotel, Those desilrable busincss promises, known as the Saddlor's and Hlarness Makoer's Establ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 September 1866

PROSPiE CTUS co. die OP TIId BACCHUS MARSH ad Sxpre ; of AND ace the GENERAL ADVERTISER p 5o01 low IJALLAN, MELTON, MYRNIONG, BLACK 2s. WOOD, EGERTON, tie AND ThIE 1)01 SUR]ROUNDING D'ISTRICTS. the O? Saturday morning, the 7th of July, will be publiushed tihe first number of a now weekly papor, C too e entitled the lacchku Marsh Exrpess. I We eonceive that the time has arrived when a more full and corrcct exponent of the varied and imuportant interests of the Tacchus Marsh Division of West Ilourko is desirable than has hitherto existed and it iin hoped that the scope of the columns of the Baclchus Marshl Express will allord adequate facilities for the attainment of tllhat object. { We shall shortly stato the general principles p which it willl be our tanhk to advocate, and the policy which we intend to adopt in our editorial fir ealpacity. st Of the various subjects presented to the Victorian !Press for the econslidration of the public, nothing Ar Ihas of late excited so miuch iuter...

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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 September 1866

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS, Counxcrrcil'lo0s should be forwardeod as early in the week as possible, and should be addressed to the Editor, ;uLcss Offlcce, ]lacchus Marsh. Contributors aLre requosted to write upon one side only of the paper. All coummunicaLtions intended for publication roquire to obe authonticated by th uanno and address of the writer. Anonymous conununi cations will not be attoended to. All business comnumunicactionss and orders should be addressed to the Manager, ERplress Office, MBaclus Marsh.

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 September 1866

NOTICE, Mn. O~aoROC LANE having ceO~(ed to be solo propriotor of the I1acchtis M?,s1'h pr~cs, it has booeen determined to reduce the price to four pence each number, and to four shillings per quartlor or fivo shillings, including postage. Owing to the great increase in the circulation of the papor which must folh;v as a oonsqqceuip of the reductlon in price ?,ho lheIxpress $ o" found a mnost desirable mnedium for advertising, for which the following are the terms :-For advertisomonts of one inch and under, 2s. 6d.; for every esucceeding inch, 2s, Advertisements intended to be insorted for a louengthened period, or imnunodittoly preceding the loading article, as per agreeooment. Notices of Births, Marriages, or DI)eath, s, . oach. The Proprietors have appointed, as their Geonoral Manager, Mr. R11. G. MAOUTroIION, formerly of Mslbourno, to whom all business communi. cations and orders are to be addressed.

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BLACKWOOD. AUGUST 26TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 September 1866

BLACKWOOD. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) AUGUST 26TH. THERE is greater activity prevailing amongst the miners here than there has been for a considerable time past, nearly all the reefing claims being in full work, and some very good returns obtained. Two discoveries of new reefs have been made this week in the neighbourhood of Simmons' Reef; one was accidentally fallen across by Mr. Williams, who was cutting wood, and happened to observe a piece of surface quartz with gold lying near him. On closer inspection, it proved to be from a reef beneath, and the prospects tried will go about one ounce per ton. The reef is a new one, and perfectly distinct from any that has yet been worked in the locality. The other discovery is that of the Cornish Company, who have struck a new reef, about twelve feet wide, in their tunnel, with a prospect of half an ounce to the ton. These will tend to give a new and brisker prospect for Simmons' Reef, which has been rather dull for some time past. &nbs...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 September 1866

/'. NEWS OF T'HE WEEK. * he prosperity, not only of the farming, but of all the other interests of the district, depends so muh upon the weather, that we were not sur prihd at the desponding looks which met us on evoe'y side last week at the unprecedented dryness of tie season. Hot winds in the month of August, and e signs of a change-one day drier than anotilr-it was enough to discourage our farmers, for l.ir prospects seemed gloomy indeed. The favcnable change which set in on Wednesday iiglt must, we are sure, have brought gladness o ny a desponding heart. The steady, gentle 'ain so much wanted, has given quite a new itaspRpt to the face of nature. Everything looks fres' and green; and as the crops are mostly well advimed, a few more such refreshing rains can hardd fail to secure an abundant harvest. We trust;the hopes of the husbandmen will be fully realisd, so that there may be plenty in our land :for rn and beast. We are authorised to state that the Com missinuers appointed to ...

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BLACKWOOD. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and H. Lawrence, Esq., J.P.) FRIDAY, AUGUST 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 1 September 1866

BLACKWOOD.   (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and H. Law- rence, Esq., J.P.) FRIDAY, AUGUST 24. DEBT.–William Roach v, Richard Polglasse. Work and labour–£11 15s. 6d. No appearance. DEBT.–J. B. Candage v. John White. Rent £3. Order for £3, and 5s. costs. To be paid in a month. DEBT.–August Ludwig v. Richard Polglasse. Work and labour–£6 17s. 6d. No service. ENCOURAGING FIGHTING OF DOGS.–William     Horne, John York, George Sweet, Andrew M'Pher- son, Edwin Merryfield, and George Garland, were each fined 2s. 6d., with 2. 6d. costs.

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THE HORSE MARKET AT GALLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866

TuIa HoRS?r iMrIET e T ? GALLe.,-The Coleomb Observer, May 21, says:-" In calling attentioni to the salo of horses for Saturday next, we anr re minded of the extraordinary state the mtarket has preserved for a considorable time past, Notwitit. st:tiding the many succoesive importations both from Australia and Bombay, no visible decline in the value of horseflesh has beeoon observed, Indeed the very last batch, it appears (sold privately by Messrs. Ledward and Co.), brought prices ranging from £35 up to £00. Every one ans:s, ' Whore do all the horses got-to P' No doubt soime die, some break down, or, what wonld be supposed equally as appropriate. an expreusion-break up. Yet surely these oare. not the only circumstances to account for the unmrvellous absorption, so to speak, of the equine race imported into Coylon. Tihere is another fact to be suggested in the demand which we are told has always been considerable on the part of the well-to-do native Singhalese and other 'respectable' ...

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MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866

MELBOURNE STOCK MAD1R T, IMr. Charlos Brown reports: -Fat Cattle: Num. ber, 7'?. The supply this week wes moderato: the quality.being good to prime. Thoro was, how. ever, a falling off' in both demtund anud prico at the close of the second day. Bcut bullocks, £15 to .£18; second and inferior, £S to £14. Fat Sheep : Number, 05109 Thei number penned was limited, the quality of the majority being good ; nearly the wholo wero cleared out by the trado, at atn advance of lad to is per head. Best wothers, 22s to 2-is; second and inferior, its to 21s. Store Cattle; The demand continues brisk, and suitable lots are eagerly inquired after, high prices beingr asked. Store Sheep: 'IThe market still continues dull, and, until after shearing I do niot expect much improve. mout.

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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MARKETS. SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866

M ARKfETB. SANDIHURST PRODUCE MARK L,' Mr. James H. Ingla reports --Flour: I cannot report any improvement in this article. Colonial, £16 5s. to .j16 16 ' per ton; Adolaide, 16 10a .; brau is more plentif., 1 10s., to £111s, por bushel; pollard, os. per bushel ; oats, Os to Os. 3d per bushel; , potatoes, .27 10s. to 2S 10s, per ton; hay, local grown, £G( tb .G '.. neor ton; lynetou, £~ per ton; straw, .4 Io «lmAor ton. he Ba. BA4LL?ART .il"L b,toy;'( MLIARKET, Messres. Norman R, a.l.1 lnera" Co. roport: Fat cattle: A full supply, . 31iara4;4;3 head, was yarded this week. 'T? qu." of ad: generally good; a few pens of Manifoldi15· olobortson's only boing prime. The local and np.couuntry trade were both well represented; but there was au orident disinclination to give extreme prices, and sales were languid and didl at lower rates than last week. Our sales were: 80 bullocks, for Messia. Naukovill and Calvert, nt .0 12s. l(d to £14 5s., making all round 411 Us. 9O. Fat calves: None in. F...

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THE DIVISION OF THE GRANT IN AID OF AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866

THE DIVISION OF THE GR(ANT IN AID OF AGRICULTURE. ScuEDULE showing the amounts receivable by each agricultural society, in couuection with the Board of Agriculture, out of the grant-iu.naid for the year 1860, under bye-laws No, 37 and 38: Proportion Amount of Roeoivablo Name of Society. Revenue, out of the Grat.ln.taid. 3 sd. 4 s.d. Bacchus Marsh ... 139 0 0 15 1 Ballart .. ... .. 08812 0 422 0 4 aitringhup , ...... 73 19 6 52 11 5 9eeohworth 9 3 0 69 1 1 Beudigo ... 392 12 0 278 10 9 Carisbrook . .. 213 7 7 151 12 -7 Ca-stlemaino M ...... ... 45 18 7 323 19 10 Chiltorn, Barnawartha,&o. 80 2 0 01 3 10 Colno ... ........ 0. 7 0 35 15 8 Geolong&WesternDistrict 068 3 :, 415 1 3 Gioudaruel ... ..... 301 5 6 214 1 0 Gleulyon, Franklin, &o.... 294 10 8 209 0 1 Hamilton ..... ...... 215 0 0 152 15 8 Kilmoro ... . 180 7 8 99 0 0 Kyncton ............ 303 13 3 215 15 9 Mloltou n ...... 70 0 54 1 11 Morningtou . .. 141 1 0 100 4 8 Newstad ... .......148 1 6 105 4 6 Newb...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS, Co uaNI moTIoNs should be forwrded as earlyin the week as possible, and shordd be addressod to the Editor, Express Ofice; B3cchus Marsh. Contributors are requested to write upon one side'only of the paper. All ='commnnications intended for publication require to be authenticatod by the name and address' of the writer, A 1nymous communi cations will not be attend to. All. business communicatio and orders, should be addressed to the 1 ager, Express Omice, Bacchus Marsh. /

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