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METROPOLITAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866
METROPOLITAN NEWS., (rso03Iour owS COIIIESPO'nDErTs.) [W'e were unavoidably comnpelled to hold over our Metropolitan Correspondent's letter last week. We have pleasure in giving it to our readers in our presenut issue.] MainoCriST., Wednesday, Aug. 29. Tunr Gas question is settled. A due proportion of the component parts? of Melbourne and Colling. wood have mingled without explosion, and the result is-" Gas supplied at eloven shillings per thousand feet." Ever and anon there are rumours of another company being started; it being pro. posed to erect the works on the vacant ground lying between Emerald Hilland Sandridge. There seems to be scope for it, especially as the popula tion is rapidly extending in the direction referred to. Has the Bazaar mania reached Bacchus Marsh ? Melbourne and its suburbs are fairly under its influence at present. The Melbourne Hospital requires increased accommodation, and so '" the ladies to the rescue I" is the cry. And right man ,faly are they respond...
AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866
The following gentle on havo been appointed AGENTS forthe ERpr : Melbourne ................ aIessrs. GoRDON & GOTCII. BallaZl...................... lr. G. FLAca:. Advertisements, ,, H. T. G. H?LYOAXE." Blacbawood ....... ...... ,, J. SAwYERs. Melton .................. , A. ABLACKWOOD. M2yrniong ......... .... ,, J. SWANNELL.
ESCORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866
Eticowr.-Tho Escort left yesterdny (Friday) for Kyncton Railway Station, with 1223 oz~, of gold. STrA?\t. AWAY!-Mr. Spurgeon, preachin' on theoloFgie?d panics, oechldmod, " Nover h~ afraid, my brothrcn ; truth will blear threshing, and lo.s nothing but the husk which surroundeod it, cood will come out of evil. Shak? away, air l Sift away :Not one grain of wheat will fall to the ground."
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866
SATURDA SEPTEMBEiR 8, 1866. Tnn interest ni ifested in the recent election of two member for the Bacchuis Marsh and MIaddingley lad Board, seems to indicate that the rate yvers have shaken off that apathetic indif renco to matters affecting their interests whiclfo r a lung time oxisted. The progress of tht district undoubtedly depends, in a ;great mjsure, on the shrewdness and nactivity of th gentlemen having seats at the Board; and as a community, we are to benefit as mt h as possible by the Local Government At, it behoves us to watch nar rowly the pro edings of' our representatives there.: Severalimportannt questions at present occupy the att etion of the ratepayers, fore most among wh4h is the expediency of having the district prol med a shire. The advantages which would be derived from this step are suchl as to warraI the Board in using every legitimate endeaour to calry it into effect. A very strong. inmressioni prevails that, had the rilght men beel entrusted with the man= age...
BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866
BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY - DISTRICT ROAD BOARD, AT a:n adjourned meeting of the above Board, held yesterday, tht instant, .thfro..weore presout The Chairman, and Messrs; Burke, W, Grant, J. Young, and J. Ryan. -APP OINTMENT OF VALUER AND COLLECTOR. It was moved'by Mr. Young, seconded by Mr. Ryan, and carried:-" That, owing to an inform ality in appointing a Valuer and Collector for the Baclihs Marsh and Aladdingley Road-'District for the ensuing year, on Saturday last, the slt inst,, fresh applications,. returnable on Saturday, the 15th inst., at noon, .be called for the combined offices of Valuer and Collector, and also for an Assistant Valuer. Remmuneration foi Valuer and Collector, £35;.for: the Assistant Valuer, £20. .5250 security, personal. or. otherwise, will be re. quired for the Collector.' EXTENSION OF THE .DISTRIOT, . The Clerli, with the assistance ofd the Engineer, was directed to meinodialise His Excelledny for an extension,of :this district in the Electoral Distri...
MELTON. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. (Before C Shuter, Esq., P.M., and B. C. Porter, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866
DI ELT ON,. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. (Before Q_ Shuter, Esq., P.M., and B. C. Porter, Esq., J.P.) Chapman v. Nownham, Chapman, herdsman of the Commons, sued Newnham, one of the Mana. gorl of the Commons, for .£5 wages: Thoe herds. man is linble for ill the trespass money due on any cattle in his charge which may be impounded, and is allowed to reimburse himself for all losses ,so sustained by impounding any stook found on the Common not duly licensed; and he is allowed to keep the trespass money so receivid for his own use and benefit. Some time ago he impounded a bull, belonging to iMr. Westlake, found on the Comlumon, alnd it not being licensed, he put £5 trespass on the bull, in accordance with the Pound Act, received the money from the poundkoepor, and kept it. Westlake went to Newnham, and he refunded the £5, and kept that amount from Chapman's wages, alleging that he had received it from Westlake. It was shown by the rules for the nanagecament of the Common that the herds. maun sh...
BALLAN. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. (Before Peter Inglis, Esq., J.P., Chairman; C.H. Lyon, Esq., J.P., and Walter Duncan, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866
B ALLAN. TuEsnAY, SrrnmsnaR 4. (Before Peter Inglis, Esq., J.P., Chairman; 0. H. Lyon, Esq., J.P,, and Walter Duncan, Esq., J.P.) Thomas Lynch v. Mark Lynch. Refusing to pay pound fees-10s. Order for 10s. damages, and 19s. Gd. costs. Frederick Schott v. Michael Hayes. Debt- £.18 10s. 6d,-work and materials. Order for .£7 (s. 7d., and 10s. costs, to be levied by distress. James Hackett v. Matthew Stephenson. Ille gally detaining a £10 note. Order for restitution of .£, and £3 3s. costs. John Patterson v. Frederick Block. Having in his possession a bay mare suspected to have been stolen. Order for warrant to issue to take and give possession to complainant.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866
THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. BAOOHUS MARSH BRANCH. PAID-UP CAPITAL . . £540,000 RESERVE FUND . . . £130,000 -p1HE following RATEE of INTEREST are . allowed on MONEY DEPOSITED at this Branoh, viz. - OnDeposits at O0days'notlce.4por cent.per annum. ,, ,, 3 months ,, ,, ,, , , , 1 2 , , , , U , , . .T. NIXON BINNEY, MANAGER. VOLUNTEER BALL. SBALLT, under thu pntronnge of tho Memboer A of the Bacohns Marshl Troop, V.V. Light HIorse. will be hold in the MECTHANICS' IN. STITUTE, on the ovoning of the 10th instant. Tickets will hobe iued by the oflicers and Non commisioned Officers of the troop, and by them only. The pric? of tickots are as follow: To admit a gentlomnn and one lady, 10s. (Id, To admit a guntleman and two ladles, 1ls, DANCING TO COMMENCE AT EIGHT P.M. J. S. COOPER, Captain Comumanding. B.AO.0 H.U S M A RS H, TUESDAY, 11' SEPTEMBER, At Two o'clolck p.m,, AT TANNtER'S COUIORT-HOUSE HOTEL. TO SHOPKEEPERS, TRADESMEN, SPECU LATORS, AND OTHERS, ELIGIBLE BUSINESS PREMISES, si...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866
PROSBPE TUB OF 1'11113 JACCHUS MARSH AND GENEIRAL ADVERTISER ?ALLAN, MELTON, MYRNIONG, BLACK WOOD, EGERTON, AND TPII' SUTRROUNDING DISTRITCTS. ~N Saturday morning, the 7th of July, will be ublishod the first number of a now weekly paper, be entitled the Itlcchlus lMarsh Exprcss. We W onceive that the time hasl arrived when a oreo full and correct exponont of the variod and lport ant interests of the ]Bacohus Marsh Division f West Ilourk is desirable than has hitherto :istod; and it is hoped that the scope of the Olumus of the Bucchuis Marsh Express will ;tTord adequate facilities for the attainment of at object. We shall shortly state the general prinolples Vhich it will ho our task to advocate, and the -hliuy which we intend to adopt in our oditorial pacity. ')Of the vnrious suljects presented to the Viotorian Press for the consideration of the public, .nothing (as of late excited so much interest and attention ;As the state of political afihirs, During a very :n'g period political...
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866
NOTICE. Ma. GrEOuo n LAwn having ceased to be sole proprietor of the Bacchus Marsh Elpress, it has beon determined to reduce the price to four pence each number, and to four sbilliugs per quarter; or five shillings, including postage. Owing to the gr?at increato in the circulation of the papc' which must follow as a conseqpience: of the reduction in price, the 2Express itill be found a most desirable medium for advertisng; for which the following are tho terims:-For advertisoments of one inch and under, 2. ~Gd.; for every succeeding inch, 2s. Advertisements intended to be inserted for a lengthened period, or immediately preceding the leadg article, as per agreemcnt. Notices of 13irtl , Marriages, or Deaths, so. each. T'he Propriotors have appointed, as heir General Manager, Mr. R, G, M?CUT?HE-Oo formerly. of Melbourne, to whbm .all business communi cations and orderi are to be addiesseod.
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866
MISCELLANEOUS. WATErWORx8 IN RIVaRINA,-Operations for pre serving water are going on in all parts of Riverina and on its borders, as the boundary of the quasi. province, has not been marked out. Foremost among these are the Yanko cutting of several miles in length; Desailly's Willandra outting, about eight miles; and Tyson's cutting, about sir miles in length. Storage of water is going on, on a himundred stations or more at the same time. Water is the life's blood of Riverina, and the time will soon arrive, we should hope, when every nook and corner will be made available; but many hundreds of thousands of pounds-nay;,millions will have to be spent to achieve this object. The last groat work is thus given by a correspondent of the Dubbo Dispatch, and speaks well for the enterprise of Messrs. Ryrie and Alexander, an enterprising firm well known in the pastoral circles of New South Wales. The chief of their stations are as follows.:-Wanbobbie, Gunningbar (Taro. able), Novortire, Boro,...
THE ELECTORAL ROLLS. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866
TIE ELECTORAL ROLLS. LEOISLATIVE COUNCIL. SourTH PROVINOE--3ACCIIU$ MLcAins DIVISION. --The List of persons qualified to voteo for the Legishltive Council ha:L been made up. It con tains (i5 names, which is four more than was contained in the Rloll of last yuer. 21 names have been added, and 17 expunged; of the latter, only 3 persons qualified to vote have neglected to re gister; the others have all either left the district, or lost their qualification. Weo learn that r. Cooper has visited Myrniong, for the purpose of roegistra tion, on three occasions, which may have assisted in filling up the roll. SoUTn-W?esTEuRN PnoviONC.-MADDINGLEY DI vIsIoN.--The Council List for this division con tains 11 names. Last year there were 12; 2 names have been expunged, and 1 added. LEGISLATIVIE ASSEIn?LY. BACCHus MAnRSH Division.-The General List for this division for 18(6 contains 32 names. The List for 1805 contained 43, of whom 16 have left the district, and a few have become ratepayers. The Ra...
BACCHUS MARSH COMMON SCHOOL. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866
BACCIIUS MASHII COMMON SCHOOL. lTo the Jditor qf thi Epress. Sin-Seeing in your last issue a full report of the Committee meeting of the Common School, at which all its affairs were brought up and discussed, I hope you will allow me at smell space in your widely-circulated paper of this week to make a few remarks with reference to a matter of public importance. I visited the Roman Catholio Chapel on the occasion of our last Sunday service, and it was gratifying to hear the just reprimand which the Rev. Father O'Connoll gave his flock in con sequence of the interference of come of them in debates of the School affairs between the Presby terians and Church of England people. HIe gave thoem a caution which they won't soon forget, as the action they took in the matter was unprin cipled and cowardly; although, certainly, they were few in number and of the less'intelligent class. Too much praiso cannot be given to the reverend gentleman for the proper and efllcient manner in which he has ...
AMALGAMATION. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866
AMALGAMATION. Too the Editor of the E preess. r Sut perceive by an advertisement in the 5 col0ts of your journal that a conference of re s preltatives of the Farmers' Societies of Melton, B,13 us Marsh, and liallan, will be hold on Satnr. d xt, the 8tho8th inst., to take into consideration do sdvisability of amalgamation. As one who o >ohnuch trouble and intereut in the formation s tlo ]lallan Society, I feel assured that you will tallor me space to have my say thereon. Ix my letter on amalgamation published in the iuo(,dian some months ago, I maintained that a?n aimalgaumatibon of the Societies was only desirable where it could be distinctly proved that by such anl arrangement mutual benefits would accrue that could not be attained under a separate existence. It is to this point that the attention of the repre sontatives should be specially directed when in conference, It is quite a mistaken notion, sir, to imagino that "union is strength" under all circumstances, There are time...
STONY CEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866
STONY OEEK. (FROo3 A CORRPmONDENT.) Tits inhabitants of Sety Creek, where the reservoir for the (ilong water supply is now being constructedhave for some time past felt the want of tChurch and School House. This desideratmi, I am happy to state, is now supplied. 'he opening services in connection with the bove building were conducted on Sunday, 2n September, when three sermons were preaI' d, thlltin the morn ing, at 11, by the Rev. ?. Jennings; in the afternoon, at 3, by Mr., )ck, of Baliarat; and in the evening, at halpast six, by the Rev. J. S. Iloir, 1M.A.(Presbyterian), to attentive congregations.' On Monday, Sep toember 3rd, a tea and ublic meeting was held, at which about 100 at down, and after the good things of this ife were dispensed, the public meeting conm eceld. Mr. M1'Cann, senior, was called to thi chair amidst loud acclamation, and a crowdd audience listened with interest and profit o the eloquent ad dress delivered by the spakers on a variety of topics. The Steiglitv...
MELTON. MELTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866
MIELTON, MECTI'ON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. The orlnary fortnightly meeting of this Board was held k, the olllco of the Board, Meolton, Friday, the 81st lit., at 3 p.m. The members present being, MOes~. Porter (in the chair), Grant, Ross, and Blaekwod. Letters wro road-From the Assistant Com missioner of Roads and Bridges, advising the Board that te order for the payment of the sub sidy on Miaib Road works, executed during the past year, world be passed to the Treasury immedi. atoly upon rocipt of the signature of the Chairman. From the Undr-Treasurer, stating that the 2nd moiety of the adowmout on the rates collected in the year 1805, 'ould be payablo in the course of the present wmoth, A letter was ato received from Edward Toohey, in the matter of aintenanco of the Mount Alex ander Road. It was moved h? M?r. Blackwood, seconded by Mr. Ross--"Thatho offer of Edward Toohey, to maintatin A~to-3Iout Alexander Road belonging and chargeablo toý:tedistri ct, for the sum of £ 10s. per.luile, f...
[?]LS. THE ELECTORAT [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866
THlE EIL]OTO11A1''' " LE GILATIVE COUNUIL.-,If BALLAN DIvI. - -1~ ON,-'4Thoe General List fo1 Logislativo Coun Scl has been filled up for tlivision. With the exception of two or three the holders of old rights have renoewed, aniral now namtes have boon added to the list., LEOIslxh,'ev ANnx-Tlhere mre the names of only seven persons' "i list who have taken out looetors' rights? is, however, may be as? counted for by tho?-i a great many additional ntuames having beQ'lacd on the RLatopayers' Itoll. S Cal u m a. oyes Y ' asked a professor. S an m nt pt answer, "How do you Ssir,: wa t astoniULshed profoessor. A0i V.
BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866
BALLAN. (ROM1 OUR SPEOCIA COREBSrONDENT.) WarT might be done for Dallan P is a question that has long occupiod my attention ; and I have lost no opportunity, whenever it presented itself, of pointing out what Ballan is and what Ballan might bIo, under a wise and active exertion on the part of the residents of the township, and through out the wide.extending Shiro. But it must be admitted that Ballan is a peculiar placeo, and has a peculiar people, with an old-fashioned sot of very peooliar idoeas, which appear to form a kind of social conglomeration, overlying its rich deposit of golden adrvantages. One would imagine that Ballan had mado up her mind not to " move on," but sternly to have set her face against all reform. This is attributable, in a great measuro, to the fact that we have no publio spirit among us to take the lead ; whilst one or two, who onco essayed in the unthankful work of public advocacy, soon got disgusted, and instead of holding firmly on to the plough of reform...
THE GROWING WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866
Tur Guowrreo W tA'r,.--'he Mailland Mcrcui of the 4th states thai a gentleman residing u Anatmbah informs us that, about three weeks age having a crop of growing wheat affected by th rust, he allowed a flock of sheop to eat it of Since then the wheat his again sprung up niceol and is now in IL healthy and thriving state. . more forward patch of wheat, the property of th anlce Ontlleman, wias, howover, so unIIclh afli'eto with theo ruet that he, despairing of it over arri\ ing at maturity, cut it for green food. Prom Rosobrook and other localities around Maitlan we hear that the growing wheat is looking ver well, The difference between American and Englis comic literature is thus cleverly put by Josh. ilil ings, in a recent numuber of the New Yo0rk Saturde Press :-" Amerikans love oeustick things ; the would prefer turpentino to colonoe-water, if the had to drink either, So with the relish of humour they must har it on the half-shell with cayeLnn An Englishman wants his fun smothered...
REGISTRATION. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866
IREGISTRATION. T'o the BTditoer of the .Express. I am a son of Mars, Who have been in many wars, And show my cuts and scars, Wherever I come. Sin-Who is our Registrar of Births and Deaths ? is a question that is often asked, and much easier asked then answered. If you wish to communicate the pleasing intolli gence in an official form that a blessing has been added to the thmily, or the sadder in lorniation that the fell destroyer has entered your dwellin.', and removed the light of your eyes h'om his or her accustoinmecd place, you woend your way to the Court-house, believinm that there the gentleman resides who will attend at once to your wishes. In this, how over, you will soon learn that you have come to tho wron; place, and you may possibly- if civility is in the ascendant---be directed to the RIIoad Board office, where you are given to understand the official resides who attends to those duties. Instead, however, of finding that individual, you are informed-not by the occupant ...