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MELTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 October 1866

MEL'TON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Tim ordinary mooting- was held at the office of the Board on Friday, 28th ult. Present Messrs. Porter (in thle. chair) Ross, Black wood, Moylan, and Granlt. A letter was rend from the lessee of the Djorriwarrh Toll, asking the Board to reduce his rent, or cancel his ngreement. From Assistant-Commissioner RIoads and Bridges, advising the passing of £735 Os. ld., subsidy on main road works. From the Ilonouranle the Treasurer, advising the passing of £410 13s. 8d, second instal inent of endowment on rates. From National Bank, Bacchus Marsh, acknowledging re ceipt of £410 13s. 3d, from the Treasury. From Mr, Ross, asking' fourteeoon days' exten sion of leave of absence for Mr. S. T. Staugh ton. It was proposed by ?Ir. Blackwood, and seconded by Mr. Ross-" That Mr. - Staugh ton be granted fourteen days' extension of leave of absence, as requested." Carried. Proposed by Mr. Grant, and seconded by Mr. Ross-" ''hat the lessee of the Djerri warrh Toll be written ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 October 1866

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1866. THOSE who take an interest in the means adopted for the amelination of the crime and misery which are attributable to drunken ness, will look with anxiety for the report of the commission which has been appointed to inquire into the working of the " Wines, Beer, and Spirits Sale Statute" The subject of intemperance in its relation to the State has long been a questio vexata, and is attended with so many difficulties, that we can only hope to correct those salient points in the law pertaining to the sale of intoxicating liquors which experience shows to be inexpedient. That a law which regulates the sale of those agents which are productive of the most dis astrous results, ought to be constructed with the greatest caution and administered with strictness, is very apparent. Humanity itself demands our most strenuous efforts to combat this national vice; but setting aside this aspect of the matter, it behoves us, as a com munity, to use every endeavour to co...

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MELTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 October 1866

,(: nQaDr oioa..onip:sr.ODeNT,.) . DEATiH t D-iowrvio.--A sad case of this nature oebinre d hero on the night of 3'riday, the 5th instant. ,Kenneth Mlills, a man of about twentysix years of .ge, who had been engaged as groom at the Royal Hotel here, but more rtoently is a labourer at Mount Cotterell, had beeon drinkinking about the town ship on the night mentioned, and started for home on horseback about nine or ten o'clock. At that time the night was dark and stormy, and the Toolern Creek much swollen. The horse was found at large on the following day, but no tidings of Mills could be got. His body was accidentally discovered in the Creek, at a short distance from th the township, early on Sunday morning. It is conjectured that Mills, being considerably the worse for liquor, had missed his way, and getting into the Creek, had been swept down by the cur. iet, The District Coroner (])r. liae) hold an inquest on the body on the sauno day (Sunday). Verdict--" Found drowned." NINE, year...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 October 1866

NEWS OF THE WEEK. u:In our report of the proceedings of the Common tiool Committee, lost week, we omitted to --ntion that Mr. Crook, hon. correspondent, gave : ice that he would movo, at next mooting, that -7% resolution csrriod for the expunging (from the - ' uteo book) of a document forwarded to the oB Edrd of Education by the Church of England . nbboro of committee, be rescinded. .A report of an importnt meooting regarding - purclhao of church and school property at ftlton, will be found in our fourth page. "-;:l'e election of a nmember to represent the South :Wstcrn Province in the Legiilative Council took -C on 'Ihurldaty. There are a number of returns - to be received, but those to hand give Mr. fe-.~ a majority of twenty.four votes, :-'A meeting of the Road Board Sub.committee, _-w9X ointed in connection with the subject of -enson of the Road hoard District, was hold on S*reuday night last. Tlho clerk was instructed I--1fadraw up a memorial on the subject to Iis :-^i ollency ...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. [PER INDO-EUROPEAN LINE.] LONDON, 31st August. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 October 1866

LATEST TELEGRAMS. [PER INDO-EUROPEAN LINE.] LoNDON, 31st August. A proclamation from President Johnson restores: Texas to the Union. Thie President has also declared his determination to maintain his present policy, and considers the declaration of the Phila-. delphia convention as a second dechlartion of' independence. The English are despatching troops to Canada. The Canadian authorities demand reinforcements,. and ask for two regiments of infanutry. Italy and Austria have concluded negotiations of peace. LoNDoN, 1st September. Austria has transferred Venetia to a French commissioner, who arranges the flual transfer to. Italy. The Venetian population are to choose their own deputies by universal suffrage.. Napoleon has written a letter to Victor Etumanuel, in which he says that it was always his intention that Italy should be free fronm the Alps to the: Adriatic, and be mistress of her own destinies. Last year's Atlantic cable has been recovered. LosnoN, 7th September. The difficu...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] THE CONSISTENCY OF THE GUARDIAN. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 October 1866

ORRES8PONDENC E. [l1We are not responsible for the op(iions ecxprn'essed bU our' correlspondents.] THE CONSISTENCY OF TIlE GUARDIAN, To the Editor of Vthe E?press. Sma-Your contomporary the Guardian rejoices in a motto. The shooeet is labelled with the words " Bo just, and fear not," under a( very touching agrioultural device. This embellishnment is ex hibitud at a great sacrifloce, for it requires con siderablo space, and gives the " head and front" of the luminary rather a hare.faced appearance. But I presume the moral oembodied in the motto is part of the illustrious editor's existence, and could not, under any circumstances, be dispensed with. "'lTimes change, and we change with them," is an old but not obsolete proverb. It is lament. ahlo to contemplate the erraticirm of public characters. Would you believe, sir, that in the short space of three months, 'Thomas iM'Combio, a candidate for a seat in the Legislative Council, and a mnenmber of the Executive Council of Vie. toria, f...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 October 1866

INDIA. Th'le famine in Bengal is unabated. 40,000 sufferers in Calcutta are fed by privato charity, and the Government of the latter has expended large sums for public works, to relieve the distress; but heavy gales, with great loss of rice, cause much destitution,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 October 1866

U318, £200 to £100, t ILEND on 3101:T S GAGE, JENNINGS AND COOTE, Q(?een-street. COURT ]1OUSP HMOTEL, ISACCIHUS MARESH. H E 1 R Y T A N N E R ).EGS to inform his up-country Friends that he ) still continues to keep his usual supply of firt-clas? Liquors, and that his usual courteous style will be exercised towards them. HIS BEDROOMS Are large and airy, and every care is taken to secure the personal comfortof those staying it his AMUSEMENTS Of a varied character provided for the entertain. ment of his visitors. TIHE STABLING Attached to the Hotel is flrat-elas, with good attendance, and a plentiful supply of superior Hay and Oats. COOKSON AND BROWN, sUCrESSOJr S TO 0. AND J. ESPIE, TAILORS, OUTFITTERS, AND SHIRT MAKERS, 43 BOURKiE STREET EAST, HAVE snitch phl?,ar. in intimati? to their Friends and the Publ,lic in general, the com? pletion of their arrangerenmts for the WINTER TIIADE. Their Stoek, which Is large, varied, and fresh, comprises the NEWEST AND BEST DESIGNS In every articl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 October 1866

PROBPECTUS &C HUb tAR SHI _ NEIRAL AUViEI'I'ISER _ .?I,, M.iELTON , 1YR `IONG, BLACK QWOOD, EGERTON, I, DISTRICTS. -T:-?lIiy ,?irriini;, the 7th of July, will be Mi, bi E f ir.t nFmr,rer of a new weekly paper, to itfal th: 1irIti'a arfsh zr res. W:iug i"r'e that the timetas arrived when a ire fowlas. tcr crit grzirionent of the varied and ;r,,',:u i4 t of the Baeehus Marbh Dirision W hos:' ix disira1,le than has hitherto, ii4 lid it A h'olpl that the scope of the am-'f te iie JI.i' s M'r?ranh Erpres will Oi 7i . lcl t: facilitirs for the attainment of We-? 1 l h ,,tly state the general principleo .de&i ill Le our tank to advocate, and the eyi:c h w.. v intend to adopt in our editorial )ti ar:i.,,/o s.ubjectt prezented to the Victorian tIJi st o r,:,ni,-ration of the public, nothing -ii cr'xcited to much interest and attention tta7 t' of political affain,. During a very gp?1d political anxiety hadl become so great (0 1 t th. con.sirdration of many who had -t f il htiu...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 October 1866

IMPOUNDINGS, •BACCHUS MARSH.-Impounded 10th Octo. bor, by C. E. Arnot, for Messrs. Green and Burt. Trespass 2s. each. Bay mare, blind near eye, like J D over P D near shoulder, like D off shoulder; bay mare, blaze, saddle marked, three feet white, P R off shoulder, like large C B over neck, 0 near shoulder; chestnut entire colt, near hind foot white, EC near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold 7th November. Wm. Anderson, Poundkeeper. BALLARAT. -Impounded in Ballarat Shire Pound, 80th September, by Mr. Chalmers. Tres pass Ss. each. Red cow, speckled face, white belly, like JHD or J3ID conjoined off ribs; red heifer, white back and belly, tip off near ear, like JMD conjoined off rump and ribs; red heifer, white back and belly, same ear mark and brand off ribs; red heifer calf, like same brand off rump, or JIMK conjoined; red and white spotted cow; white heifer calf, tip off near car. By MIr. Bour chier. Trespass, is. Brown mare, star, saddle marked, near hind foot w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 October 1866

THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. BACCHUS MARSH BRANCH. PAID-UP CAPITAI, . . £540,000 RESERVE FUND . . . £130,000 rlntIE following RATES of INTEREST are . allowed on MONEY DEPOSITED at this Branch, viz.: On Deposits at a0days' notice, 4per cent. per annum. S 3 months ,, 5 ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, 7 ., ,, to UP12 ,,s 7 T. NIXON BINNEY, 3M.s.oNAUi. ALEXANDER BLACKW.OD B)EOS to thank his numerous customers for the • favours and general support he has e~ erlenced for the ,last eleven yeams he has been in husiness in Mfelton, and to inform, them that, in addition to the Blacksmith business (which he still carries on in its varia?s branches), he has opened a new and Colintnodiouds GROCERY ANI) PIIOVISfON STORE, Including IRONMONGERY AND (GENERAL STOCK, Suitable for a country trade. Ife, therefore, most respectfullysolicita from his friends a continuance of those favours, which he gratefully acknow ledges. A. B. is also( AGENT for the GORI)ON'S SAW _MILLS, and has at pre.;ent a large stock of saw...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 October 1866

AMERICA. The latest dates are by mail to 16th August, and by olectrio cable to 25th. A national Union convention opened on 14th, at Philadelphia, having for its object the restoration of the un represented Southern States to Congress. The President's name elicited great applause. In a telegram Mr. Johnson stated that "the people must be trusted and the country would be restored; his faith was still unshaken in ultimate success." The convention adjourned till the 16th, after passing resolutions declaring that, the Union Con. stitution being restored, neither Congress nor Government could deny any State being repre sented; and urging that the people should only elect men admitting the principle that no State can withdraw from, nor by its action in Congress exclude, another State from the Union. The resolutions also tendered sincere support to the President. A message by the submarine cable, dated 23rd August, says that President. Jolhson has aban doned the prosecution of the Fenians.<...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. THE WAR IN GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 October 1866

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE, THE WAR IN GERIMANY. A treaty of peace between Prussia and Austria was signed on the 24th August, at Prague, in ae cordance with the basis laid down by the Nakols burg preliminaries, and it now only awaits formal ratification. Its main features are the retirement of Austria. from exercising influence over Germany, her payment of a war indemnity of twenty millions of thalers, the dissolution of the old and the forma. tion of a new confederation of the Northern Gor manic States, under the leadership of Prussia. The electorate of Hanover, and the Duchies of Hesse, Nassau, Frankfort, and the Elbe, to be annexed to Prussia. Austria to cede Venetia to the Emperor of the French, who is to hold it for Italy; Austria only stipulating that Italy shall pay a portion of the Lombardy and Venetian debt. Prussia has concluded peace with Bavaria, Wur temberg, and iktdon. She is still negotiating. with Saxony, and is actively pushing on the elec tions for North Germany. The Emp...

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BLACKWOOD. FRIDAY, OCT. 5. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and H. Lawrence, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 October 1866

BLACKIVOOD. FRIDAY, OCT. 5. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.Mh., iand H. Law. rence, Esq., J.P.) DEBT.-Hudson v. Kirk., Goods-.3 2s, 5d. No appearance. Dismissed. INFRINGEMENT OF MINING BYE-LAw.--Hanns. mann v. Pilchard. Dismissed, with 5s. costs. IN POSSESSION OF STOLEN PROPERTY,-Tho Queen v. John Taylor. Dischalrged, ILLEGALLY ON PRnNIIsES.-George Williams v. John Taylor. Discharged. SATURDAY, OCTOaER (0, (Before II. Lawrence, Esq., J.P.) DRUNK AND DIsonRDnLY.-John Pottle. Fined Gis.; in default, three days' imprisonment, OnSCENE LANoUAGE.-Constable Wood v. Same. ,'ined A5; in default, one month's imprisonment. )DES'PERATE FIGHoT BETWEEN A MAN AND A KAN oARoo,-The kangaroo, whether attacked by a man or any other enemy, in self-defence, it is well known, will light to the last, but it is rare that we hear of the Australian marsupial becoming the attacking party. An occurrence of this kind, however, took place on the run of AMr. Clapperton, Amphitheatre. A shepherd there, while out on th...

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BALLAN. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1866. (Before J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M., and Walter Duncan, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 October 1866

BALLAN. TUESDAY, OOTOBER 0, 1860. (Before J. M..Clow, Esq., P.M., and Walter Duncan, Esq., J.P.) 8. Pyko v. John Sefton. Debt--?17 10s.-ront. Decision reserved, Charlotte Miller v. Francis Miller. Application to bind over the defendant to keep the peace. No appearance of complainant. George Gee v. Francis Miller. Debt-work and labour done--l4 12s. 6d. Order for £4 12s. Gd., and 15s. costs. Michael Hayes v. Froderio Schott. Fraud sum mons-dcbt-4d10 12s. 3d. Order to be paid in monthly instalments of 15s. per month. Joseph Shimmon and George Shimmon applied respectively for carriers' licenses. Granted.

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ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL. ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 October 1866

ARRIVAL OF THLE MAILL:. ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE, PARLIAM3ENT was prorogued on the 10th August.. The Royal Speech was unusually long and ox tremely dull. It alluded to the recent war on the" Continent, and hoped that the negotiations which were proceeding would lead to a lasti?ng peace.. It said that the wide-spread couspiracirs which, were discovered in .Ireland, had led to, the suspension of the Habeas Corpus Act, wlich' suspension had since been prolonged. It nnuded' in terms of warm acknowledgment to thl friendly conduct of the United States in having checked: the Fenian invasion of Canada. It mnentionedI the commercial crisis, the abatement of the cattle plague, the visitation of cholera to England, and the completion of the laying of the Atlantic cable. The Italian Government had issued an amnesty in favour of all political offenders. An insurrection had broken out in Caudia, the Christian population having rebelled and taken up arms against the increase of taxation imposed by the...

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REVIEW. ANABAPTISM BRIEFLY EXAMINED. By the Rev. Joseph Black, A.M., Ballan and Pentland Hills. Express Office, Bacchus Marsh. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 October 1866

REVIEW. ANABAI'TIs?x BRIEFLY ExIAINED. By the Rev. Joseph Black, A.M., Ballan and Pentland Hills, Express Office, Bacchus Marsh. WE have no intention of introducing to our columns a controversy on baptism; at the sauce time, the above pamphlet being the first which has issued from the Bacchus Marsh press, deserves a passing remark. The fact, moreover, that a not over-scrupulous contemporaryhas taken the earliest opportunity of heaping unmerited abuse upon its author, furnishes us with an additional plea for its notice. Mr. Black has presented his readers with a clear and concise statement of the belief of the Piedo baptist, ics contrasted with what lie considers the uuscriptural views ot the Anti-Prdo-baptist. Without in any way comumitting ourselves to all the views contained in his pamphlet, we are bound to say that, in very brief space, our author has piled up a holy of facts and put together an array of argument which does credit alike to his ability as a writer and his skill as...

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BALLAN SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 October 1866

BALLAN SHIRI E COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10, 1860. Present-Councillor M'Pherson, in the chair; Councillors Atkinson, Duncan, Mairs, and Osborne. The minutes of last meeting were road and con lirmed. COI1RESPONDENCE. Letters received since last meeting were read as follows:--Fromn Thomas M. Capoll, storekeeper, &amp;c., Lal Lal, complaining of state of road between lgorton and Lal Lal. President of the Shire of Warrnamnbool, as Pro. sident of the Western Shires Conference Commit. teeo, relative to amendment of Local Government Act. Secretary to Shire of Talbot, relative to same. Secretary to Shire of Ararat, relative to Govern mient endowment. Mr. Sylvester's letters, postponed from the last meeting. Assistant Commissioner of Roads and Bridges, reply to Council'sletter respecting Shire boundaries. Dr. Jopling, Blilan, relative to establishing a market, and to other matters. Alfd. '. Fox, complaining of Valuator's conduct. Secretary's return to Mr. Millyard's motion, and the amende...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M., James Young, Esq. J.P., and Dr. Rae, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 October 1866

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS, BACCHUS MARSH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M., James Young, Esq. J.P., and Dr. Rae, J.P.) Executors of.the late Simon Staughton, Esq., by Georgo Cawsey, v. Simmonds, Being the owner of a dog, which, on the 13th September last, worried and destroyed seven sheep, the property of coin plainant. Dismissed. Martin Devaney v. Thomas Beasloy. Neglect ing to pay 9s. for the trespass of cattle, Adjourned for one week, on payment of 10s. costs, Thomas Cain v. Thomas Pearce. Illegally de taining a cow. The cow to be restored, with 10s. (3d. costs. Police, by Constable Kiernan, v. James Purdav. Illegally and wilfully destroying native game, on the 22nd September last, Dismissed. William Watson v. Daniel Ross. Debt-? 7 Gs, 2d. No appearance. Police, by Constable Kiernan, v. Brown and Simpson. This was an interpleader summons, to prove the ownership of goods seized under a dis tress warrant, at the suit of John Simpson v. Lau. rence Whale and J...

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BLACKWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 October 1866

BLACKWOOD, (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) ON Sunday last the Rev. G. O. Vance, of Kyneton, officiated in the Church of England here. He preached morning and evening. Both sermons had reference to Baxter's work, and went to show most conclusively that the views propounded by that writer were, in the main, erroneous and pre- sumptuous. Mr. Vance illustrated in a clear and forcible manner that the arguments advanced by the transatlantic prophet were not only un- scriptural, but that, secularly considered, they were untenable and visionary. He also stigma- tised the work as crude, and pernicious in its tendency, as well as calculated to do material harm to many who were only too ready to give it the fullest credence. The reverend gentleman was no disbeliever in biblical prophecy; on the contrary, he attached the fullest importance to it. Neither did he find fault with a rational and con sistent interpretation of it. What he took excep tion to was a flippant, irreverent, and dogmatical renderin...

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