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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866
SUMS, £200 to l1400, to LEND on MORT GAGE. JENNINGS AND 00TE, Queou-streot. COURT HOUSE HOTEL, BACCHUS MAISH. HENR Y TAN N E R B EGS to inform his up-country Friends that he still continues to IrOip hia unuil supply of first-clas Liquors, and that his usual courteous stylo will be erorcised towards them. HIS BEDROOMS Are large and airy, and. every care in taken to secure the personal comfortof those staying at his houoe. AMUSEMENTS Of a varied character provided for the entertain. nent of his visitors. TJIE STABLING Attached to the Iotel is firat.claas, with good attondance, and a plentiful supply of superior IIay ind Oats. OOKSON AND BROWN, BUCCR?HOs's To G. AND J. ESPIE, rAILORS, OUTFITTERS, AND SHIRT MAKERS, 43 BOURKE? STIEET EAST, bELTIOURNE, HAVE much plojaurs , in intinmating to their Frienda and the Public in generul, the com pletion of their arrangmenouta for the WINTER TRADE. Their Sto'jk, which is large, varied, and freab, co&ipri'ic. tho NEWEST AND BJE'ST DESIONS ...
PROSPECTUS OF THE BACCHUS MARSH Express; AND GENERAL ADVERTISER FOR BALLAN, MELTON, MYRNIONG, BLACKWOOD, EGERTON, AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866
PROSPiECTUS OF Tt)1 BACCHUS MARSH AND GENERAL ADVERTISER SBALLAN, MELTON, MYRNIONG, BLAOK WOOD, EGERTON, AND TIlE SUIRROUNDING DISTRICTS. O? n Haturday morning, the 7th of July, will be published the first number of a new weekly paper, to be entitled the Baccthus Marsh nxprjess, - We conceive that the thoe has arrived when a more full and corrobt exponent of the varied and Important interests of the Bacchus Marsh Division ? of West Blourke is desirable than has hitherto ; existed; and it is hoped that the scope of the columlns of the Bacchus Marsh Eprresu will afford adequate facilities for the attainment of _ that object. We shall ashortly state the general principles which it will be our task to advocate, and the r policy which we intend to adopt in our editorial capacity. Of the various subjects presented to the Viotorlan Press for the consideration of the public, nothing has of late exclted so nmuch interest and attention - as the state of political affairs, During a very long p...
EUROPEAN ASSURANCE SOCIETY. Empowered by Speci Act of Parliament. Existing Revenue, 300,000 per Annum. VICTORIA BRANCH. 74 and 76 Collins-st[?]t West, Melbourne. DIRECORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866
EUROPEAN ASSUtANCE SOCIETY. Empowered by Specs Act of Parliament. Existing Revenue, J00,000 per Annum. VICTORIA" BRANCH. 74 and 78 Collins.stnt West, Melbourne. DIRECORS. W. II. Archc Esq. Edward BellEsq. Hon. T. H. bllows, M.L.O. George Martý, Esq, W. T. MolliB, Esq. 1N A. WalshEsq. The European Insuraie Society guarantees the fidelity of persons emplced in situations of trust, and is the only office athorised by the Imperial Parliament to guarante overnment officials. LIFE ASURANCE, Every description of ds important business is transacted by the socio' at moderate rates, with or without participationn profits. Life assurance combbd with guarantee gives great advantages to thassured, as the life policy is issued at a reduced pimium. WhLIAM E. STARK, Secretary.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866
THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. BACCHUS MARSH BRANCH. PAIDUP. CAFITAL ...` . 5.40,900. IIESEBI?VE FUND . . 13 0,0 0 0" giLll tollowing RATES of INTEREST are i allowed on MONEY -DEPOSITED at this Branch, viz.- OnDeposits at 30daya' notice, 4per cent. per annum. ,, ,, 3 nmonths ,, 5 ,, ,, ,, ,, 0 .o .o f ,, . . ,, 12 ,, ,, 7 . ,, T. NIXON BINNEY, Ma ytoEu. - 'AMALGAMATION. A SPECIAl GENERAL MEETING -of the members of the FA lMEitS' SOCIETIES of BALLAN and BACC!IUS MARSHI will be hold at Mr. Swannell's Myrniong Hotel, on MONDAY NEXT, the 17th September, at two p.om. IBUSINE.S: "To adopt a code of regnulations for the mnalgamation of the Iallan and Bacchus Marsh Societies," By.order of the Amalgaumation Committee. W. I;. STAINDFIEL)], Secretary Bacchus Marsh and Pentland HIills Iarmners' Society. Sept. 10, 1860, VOLUNTEER BALL. A BALL, under theo patronage of the Mombors of the Bacchus larsh Troop, V.V. Light Horse. will be hold in the MECHANICS' IN. 'STITUTE, on the evening of the 10...
DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866
DfIECTORY. Moved by Conncilor Blake, seconded by Conun cillor Short:-" That the information required by MCessrs. Heath and Cordell besent, and thit twelre copies of the DWectary be ordered." Carriid. TiHE smIIEZ CJOSINSE. Mr. IIirbord's letter, tend-riiin h. r,-eiignation to the Council, was then co~si.er.,. Councillro Grahami prop sed that 3Ir. Harbord's resignatioa bL accpted by th- Co',cil. Thde motn3 i was- s-cnd.d b Coancillor Mill yard. Counclor £Sho t'houglha htht ter~~s for th appointumeu: sho~ul at once- tb calik for. Couancilic.r 3fair: co.nid-red the.: th, itacu:1i o i salary th- Caouncil w proe -:pr?a-i to gi~ive sild i La Ezit 1r,3 1., Coan-.l:-;- O:me'nw ?:. of c-Ini.n th:it ter.Jde:s shi-l-d .t onc ba caled :'or, iI.h : vri, to tsecura the czre -, ConCett En0grIZ: a,- the busina._3 of th-. Couacitl~ e:l1 no: p -,c-i -ith.r.t one. Be-idt~, r. IaTrb?dc's salu'hy wol- be g g on. Coun.i : 21:iiro wfs c? o, inion th: 2,Lr. Har. bord's s.t!ry ceased when his appoin-tma-nt w...
CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] THE SCHOOL PUBLIC MEETING. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866
C OR RE s P0 D ENO B. t~sare not rMs1 )s7Ibe fad tjLa cpi:;i.;'aa ca-~r~ts:s &U li c~c·!c!~ TRE SCEIIQOI I'UIJLIC MJEETING. Ta· the El~ibr ! thc Zi~~-. Sirn-feiny one of tha "Vs; in Ullg ~i l of the C'atholic coiaz ,nnxtTi wj·:o 'a ruotd~t a pub~i msi' at thei M~char~ic· In uituto r~c~r~re to xll a et w~hi·'a appaarcA l ix hat se.E'ka ~i~, axsl jaad "A Ifunror," I trizat 3·ou tull 'a~loJ mr a sr lfl3 i3YOar ptp'~r to i~rap! to thi' x'i~h1v xntr~1h" nt anti en ii~htanrFA injivila~l iI ~lo ns;iL h; .rwrv'n the f::rt th'it ha~ hitj lar .a nix r i't ;!~~rxtci, L~ o: buen a.:AuldasI, to diiaZ'..n"' nij 0 tO' J an for whtich Iet xiow'd r~l ~~xiI 1 o.. to beI writtt~n. I r,,,. uai·a H~'.ii~" II w I,t i fo a trnomcnt, ha7: th. txrn;~mjtixjn ti, ;r~3 x1~s, nitl I can aay· ij, n-c wn't b~liaixi hixal), or that tr 'r vir r:pa:t~iA bha rnidni~~ha ott in ita comprr sition; f!~~ ir, ha ja aii-rapy tot u~ o oild ar~·aint'anca in n. new chatractor, theta Lajag many of rim whiO rZoieuffJt th...
BALLAN. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. (Before J. M. Cl[?], Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866
'iL'orz J..vL CVh1lWF., I-&s. I t'ir.;: 'Ir:&d:w' v. VW.lIbaf;t .'r -n. At trutpti..;; ?, td mo -.-op, th'e frpey of torn •,.Ll :.:a e.yr ;,,=er, unt'r thb; va.!. ,?2. Con 71.iC?,i, .i 'E:ix ' i:,,pris?.rornm.rt,with I:dh!ur,. ,ich-:l a .'.,s v. kre''I':ri: :thot Debt .17 1'i. (n.--,r:tikgC ,f coa, ?n, vie. O:dqr ,,- ('10 12V "'., and £1 1lUs. c~, zi-r.:diaa ''hr;e A? ev- t:hi t ?? ' * a 1r E:. . - " for e.tabli;',ti:g rrT:'rat f6r inf,' s;:i ,1,lI tlEir pr,,.;rlmin.try rra;meilornti, Dr. Cutt"r asppoinnt:d ,r"as!,jra, ari thi .rv. JaS. 4 ras cr.etay pr n ten,, either Iof wheon will b-- thank itor, -sbi;O conttibudnna in aid of the o4e4ct.
BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866
BALLAN, We have this week to record another accident which occurred through the c relAeas of parents in allo?i?g their childroe to play with axes. A little boy, the son of Mr. 3L. Nash, b? and shoe maker, of Ba-lan, was, on Saturday morning last, playing with other children, when a childish scuftle enaued to obtain possession of an Ameriesn axe. The consequence was that young Nash, a boy about Aie years of age, had the fo_:efnger of his ight .hand cut completely off. This is the second accident of a like nature which has happencd within the last three weeks, in Ballan. [Our Correspondent's usual weekly communica tira i, unavoidably held over until next week,]
THE RACECOURSE. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866
Vi[Z 1:ACiOcuRSE, TO fae t Dif ( oaf Eqrxpa SIPz--A Wt4tU hrvig npeare4f In t e Geerdicn of tatleqpt, c pLesf(ing of the dal toduee of the t t'mte in taeetla t I ao L cter9npht fer ar.or4 theBE' Xm~ c, I, at one who tawh o a Iittia lntemen In lon1Araei msner, would a.;k tho gentle ena if it is thdr intention to coooppd the O'eaplr 101 d a 'itrat ich was -entered into about e a mosth a o 'The delay in pro"eeding with the Wo k cannot he att.buted to want o farvrans lam ibiyinfoerrsl that money, more thenan ~suImk for the par eso, was advacetd by the :ialkc4 Iank. OCar annual naoes are fast ap .cebiuh , al ift the kSpatby of the t rntes a:, it mqy be, the lethargy of tih ctrtators)L continue a little onger, the COrarzs will pre-mit ia March, 1S 7, the ualniebedjapp~earane of prerioun yearn. If the trustuee consiler the reapoiiBilsty too mach for them, IshouMl suggest that they rcoi n, and let us appoint gentlemen who will take tue raepoisi bulity, For my own pArt, I do not think there ...
NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866
I BWS OP THE WEE,K. n Ltzo LrwlsA Councir.-The Governor har Is. a?id a writ for the election of ono Member to *-?BoT in the LJogfirlytivo Council of Victoria for thef Pgrouth I'rctvince, in thk placo of William 'aylor, 'E0q,, who hin relirfdl by rotation; aTrl the fol -ring t* tho arranuimsncri of fmuh lectlon, viz., ,-T-l6to of Wrt, Tuweday, 4th HOptombeir, IMftG; Vsy f Nuslnattimon, 8aturday, 22nd Scptbmrnlr; ay ot Pot khig, Wdoerisdy, 3rd Octoor; R(lurn 8 V Writ, Monday, fth Octobor. A ,pri-e incaWtig of tho CoinniOT, felool Coran ttOr was nrm?,ono Iw fo~ W:nfrwsday iverinm h At, Lnft lipcit for want of a rqTloraim, -T9 rer6OOPVt orT...l-We Tnhrstatnd that c I4 Ir1t, Irt b (o wvool if tIiJ4 Iea(ison Ifft thia a r-^nt~ki y?rtrdy,'. 'Th woo'l i, h frn a ?tation in r 1'j ntl' I an t1d Kl!s, andl 1i con.rigndti to thoe e deri hand Ait'fridis. Agenr:y Cmrrwpany (fIto j SIt. (Ilou~ h and C,.), Mdfdbourn, , A/nf rro f) ;! n iim" kwfi, 1 ciar,, , r tn in, of t!he r f dL¢I, e 4t.? 6f t.he...
THE Bacchus Marsh Express, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1866. ON the 3rd of October next the electors of the South Province will have to determine whether MIr. M'CO?BIE or 3r. SHERWIN will be their representative in the Legislative Council. It is not a question of more per sonal predilection for the one Candidate over the other, that the electors will be called upon to decide. Important issues on matters of state policy are involved in the candidature of these gentlemen, each of whom is the re presentative of a political party and of certain political ideas, M?r. MI'CoIMBIE is identified :with the party of progress-that party which has the sympathies of the great mass of the people of. this colony, and which expresses a general concurrence in the administration and policy of the present Government. Mir. SHERWIN represents the ancien.egime, or so-edlled Con servative party, which is represented by a small minority in the Assembly and by a ma jority in the Legislative Council, the um of whose political creed is oppo...
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M. and James Young, Esq., J.P.) DRUNE AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. 13ACCIIU8 MAP3I1. WaD2:E5YDAY, sak-raaraa 12. (Beforo C. Shutor, Errq, P.M., and Jarnta Young), E:;q., J.P..) braUŽ: AND rrgrcrrrnraa'g. William Fitzgerald, 2±rnscor, v7t charhged with having been drunk and riiaorrderly, ar.' Lnnoy1 ' Mr. Jonna, lrrwllord of the Border Inn, or n'I rrr i night. J'risonor wai found gtilty.t IUFr ha been !oked up from tore o'clock on tihe pruviourr night, and was fined 1Oj., or forty-eigrht our,. im. priaof runcnt. '1'hr finda wi pail. z..Uact:rY '.r)'r va Jatnc ilfoavey, a reniderat at Pt,ýirrCy=, eras r brought up nader the above charge. Cri- tahl Kiernan rtated' that p)rirOner h ad inrea c(fined tfo ton dayi, in 1';61, On a char;5u of lunacy; ar. i bawl r,-veived a c entence" of two nrerrtha' ienpraonrurrsnt. in JrI., on a charga ,f Larceny. '11o p i.crror cr;tar niiiacr~rhly atad, and haud a wild, se rilurctic ap T~isr.Lnri:'., I.E.'. (I. WIoo, Pyreb:', war r··:rrrinacl. Itos a.cd that 1:i-ir~ecr h.ri srlr'! all hia to.A, ...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866
IM` POuWW:IISa.9. 1'oy '1' Atk';rj. 'r ff.ts. ;4'' ¶ t( S. I' ;·it~lcliilton, Light Dt:;brwtrny Aýýc:, e ° nB~ar fril,,, :1 (n 0lh C G i 1 rIJrp, Af in 'fAr -"r.!; , f 5il ifb~~J in~2 If not -'-n4 (;zjrian ý n":';s px:±I:Iid to )r1 .(,'l 10tt 7jt' :r 013 rie:tb f, (i; t1 t f1,f' 71,:, Lr~au1. Il rrG (;}:lrr(;,i S ri'I (;ýJ~h,114l;' I,:.1, t/, b' er/rl Zrttir flit E ilibu.r On ifc' w litr; itr f.l::, by 1fa~il I .. 1s ,(ir .j1 P. if'tra.ihtonn, Evei. 'I'r4; :;: (d, z "' (i J JtI4T IlifC I;;t r' a~lzii eoi my P: , like i! ;sp rid ONri'I uii rwji h'Aif . l,4f tfL$.t, iripj·qi';i jnri:(4"'fi '-t -k ,7 'j' n(: r r:}i ! r; (1'srk rvl J~ i lr"mr i:·ynsr, :,n nl b=04,; bvti; ki h i,',n, . il fa;,-, Iii, : ~ rr 'rI I l~ra g-r u;Liv .k itierd'; it ik';" liiiy:U- ir.s },town sttr ~dw~ltc .5I .!7 l,,~'I~rump; r ( ,r; SW th1 I, L Li , 143r 1'4 ,rjb f ll , vll f tw li ' tti 1 t rL iti;r,. ;i,1 sitt-'r, (T i",ir :u tc c'~e fi-A! 1r$ue, :f;4(/,'., 1I,f'!' fsrc, rl nll- r'n h'k and L, ly, lik's l Vs...
BLACKWOOD. MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866
BLACKWOOD. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) SINCE my last report there has been another dis- &nbsp; covery made of a new reef. Mr Harris, the &nbsp; fortunate finder, has been prospecting the neigh- &nbsp; bourhood for some months past, and his energy &nbsp; &nbsp; and perseverance have at length been rewarded. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The new reef is situate between the Kyneton &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Gully and Split Tree. It is well defined and quite distinct from any yet worked in the vicinity. I have seen some of the quartz, which is very rich &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; and promises well; in addition there is gold in &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; the alluvial ground around the reef. There is a large number of claims taken up, which will, if worked, afford employment to a considerable num- &nbsp; &nb...
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866
NOTICE. Mn. GzonGE LANh having ceased to be sole proprietor of the Bacclh.s Mcarsh Express, it has been determined to reduce the price to four pence each number, and to four shillings per quarter; or five shillings, including postage. Owing to the great increase in the circulation of the paper which must follow as a consequence of the reduction in price, the Express will be found a most desirable medium for advertsing, for which the following are the terms:-For advertisements of one inch and under, 2s. Gd.; for every succeeding inch, 2s. Advertisements intended to be inserted for a lengthened period, or immediately preceding the leading article, as per agreement. Notices of Births, Marriages, or Deaths, Is. each. The Proprietors have appointed, as their General 3Ianager, Mr. E. G. IMAcTCHEON, formerly of Melbourne, to whom all business communi. cations and orders are to be addressed.
SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866
SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, September 12. Present—Counillor Macpherson in the chair; Councillors Atkinson, Blake, Duncan, Graham, Mairz, Millyard, Osborne, and Short. Minutes of last meeting were read, and (after a trifling error was corrected) confirmed. Letters were read from— Thomas Smith, Pentland Hills, complaining of the erection of a fence across a road leading to his land at Gorong, Mr. Lyon, requesting that the Conunil will ap. prove of the clo? g of a us.ilec road at Ballanee. 1Mr. Lyon, with ltter and ticets for sale, from GOcelong and Western Districe Aricaltural and HIorticultaral Society, 'fecrtary to the Shiro of rGlc:g, r.ti7v t perpctuas endowment, Secretary to the Shire of Dund.r . r;-ltiv? to sarn. i IHeath and Co-dell, for incfr?.-~ . re?:tie to I Shir and Ro-ad Board Dir -try, T"7. 2r. BIil!ere,Melbournneit: aIeiiei -as ' f- j county aap«, &c. i Inhabitants BlacIkw , r.i t sE tr n of land by Mr. Decker. Mr. Ilarbord, anwtar to r..l·u! - l ,i C-.:l. i Counc...
SELECTED POETRY. THE AUSTRALIAN MONTHS. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866
SELECTED POETRY. THE AUSTRALIAN MONTHS. JANUARY. Lo ! the sun, with brightness beaming, Sheds abroad his ardent heat; And the earth, with plenty teeming, Pours its treasures at our feet. FEBRUARY. All around the vintage blusher, Purple clusters load the ground; From the vat the rich juice gushes; Hark ! what shouts of joy go round. MARCH. Light the breeze, and fresh the morning, Cooler hours abroad invite; Every shower, the earth adorning, Fills us with unmix'd delight. APRIL. See ! the ewes their lambs are dropping; Towards them shepherds kindly feel ; Round the door the redbreast, hopping, Tootling, asks once more his meal. MAY. Hasten, ploughman, the rain is falling, Break up now the yielding land; Follow, sower, this your calling, Spread the seed with equal hand. JUNE. Shrill the horn and loud the holloa; See ! the wild dog leaves his lair; Fleet the steeds, the huntsmen follow ; Mark ! the brush each makes his care. JULY. Lo ! the gardener, busy planting; Tender buds begin to s...
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 September 1866
' T 11' BOARD OF EDUCAIION, -.,i (89,?.ann ~,ITFOUnNL "Srn?,?rt0,") ¶'iu ifaordt of Edu;oation is cnpoaOed of. ivo Ieomnmissionor's? seted dioa fivo leadin' re iou' .? i ns,?'iloiinatfoir, of the coloiSy. Whait-a i-piididlitateramit-rlike ontrivsnco for setur ing a ,ioking ,phiii of judstice :cnd.,manimnity ? ; What;wisdom-!indo rboarunco such e.;'fivo" will dis-pwl , Cofd any a-ssociation: of ordinary mtnh be bttor ldevised for, deiroying the Suesc coss ofany sclihem--fhat ofi duiation or othor4 wise--which theyo wore roequired to administer '? Nin-outidoftoen'of our retihlo Will say, "Notoe.'&lt; The dtsigpn of this favoured "body p01itio and 0ogporiat?o'is lil ko most other; designs of opr ,coonial ,statesmicn- it ,ppears very beautiful in theory, and tuns out very impracticableI under . tla test of .oxperione. , fliowiover; youg comnmunmties do not:cre top, read lis, to3 'r Theya hl'vo iacthlod ,of tdoing things quiteo pcculiar..ti' tlhemnselves. Somo .ccent appoi?mtents...
BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 September 1866
BACCHUS IMARSH AND MIADDINGLEY DISTRICT ROAD 1OARD, 'L'n' usual fortnightly meeting of the above Board was held on Satturday last, 'Ihere were presentt- Mr. G. G. Paterson, Chairman; Messrs. Young, Ryan, WT, Grant, J. Tyson, and P. Bturko, THE M5INUTES. On the reading of the minutes, the Chairman and IMr. Young thought that the reasons for the rescinding of Mr. U. Grant's appointment as valuer and collector should be recorded. MIr. Young said it was his own fault, but the word "informality," used in the resolution, should have been "illegality," He moved that the following explanatory words be added to the minutes:-" 'L'hat the stops taken for the election of a valuer and collector, on the let instant, having been illegal, and contrary to clausea 129 and 141 of the Local Government Act, it was thought necessary to call for fresh applications." Mr. WV. Grant seconded the motion, which was carried, COIUIRESPONDENCE. Correspondence was read and disposed of as followsm- From the Under-T...