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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 November 1866
. BACOHUB MARSH, BALLAN, AND PENTLAND HILLS Agricultural and Pastoral Society. LIST OF PRIZES, Offered for competition at the o80ciety's Annual Exhibition of Stock, Dairy Produce, Implements, :"' and ~achinery, b? held in, thn SShow-yards, Ballan, on TJIUItSDAY .NOl: 29, 1806. Daaolu'r lIose STOCK. Entire horse, 1st, 51,; 2nd, 31.; 3rd, honorary certificate. Coloni;al.lred enthe horse, 1st, 31.; :2nd, 21. i 3rd, hen. cart. T'hrec.year.old colt, 1st, 1. 2nd, 11.; 3rd, hon. cort. Brood mare, with foal at foot, 1st, 31.; 2nd, 21.; Brd, hon. crt, Dry mare, 1st, 21.; 2nd, l1.; 3rd, hon. cert. Golding, of any ago, 1st, 21,; 2nd, Il.; 3rd, hen, cart. Throo.year.old filly, 1st, 21.; 2nd, 1, ,I 3rd, hon. cert. Two.year.old filly, 1st, 21. I 2nd, 11.; ard, hon, cert. T'lwo.year.old colt or golding, lst, 2).; 2nd, Il.; 3rd, lion. cart. Ona.year-old filly, lt. 21.; 2,n(d, 11, ; 3rd, hon. cart. One-year-old colt or golding, 1st, II.; 2nd, 10s.; 3rd, hen. cert. TLOOD HoRse STOca. Entire horse, ls...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 November 1866
OENTLEMEN'S SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING. UlUR purchases in the Home and Continental Markets are now to hand, and to whioh we invite spoecial attention. The Neowest Styles of Coatings In West of England Elastics, Itibbs and Meltons, Blisse, of Chipping Norton, colobrated Tweede, For Riding Trousers and Pants, now mixtures. All the diffrernt mlakes of West of England and Scotch Trousorings. Fancy French Cashusere and Quilting Vostings. Superior Waterproof Tweeod Overcoatings. Rususell Cords, Alpacas, China Silk, And Other Iight Materials for Summer Wear, ALL GOODS TIIOIIROUGHIILY SHRUNK Before being mado up. Patterns and Instruotions for Solf-Mesouurement sent free by post, on application. A Largo and Fashionable BTOCKI( OF RIEADY-MADE CLOTHING. OUTFITS TO ENGLAND And all parts of tihe World, on the Shortest Notice. Modorate Charges. Firstcluass Cutters and Workmen employed on the promises. COOKSON AND BROWN, sUCOa'sIOR 'ro G. AND J. ESPIE. VWHITE DRESS SHIRTS. iThe attention of gentle...
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 November 1866
'NOTICES TO COORESPONDENTS. Co3s~uNoATrIOss should be forwarded as early in the week as possible, and should be addressed to the Editor, Express Office, Bacchus Marsh. Contributors are requested to write upon one side only of the paper. All communications intended for publication require to be authenticatcd by the name and address of the writer. Anonymous communi. cations will not be attended to. All business communications and orders should be addressed to the MIanager, E'prcss Offce, Bacchus Marsh,
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 November 1866
IMPOUNDINGS. 3ACCIIUS MIARSII.-Impounded 3rd Novnom bor, from the Ilullingarook lIun, trespass (d. flay nmare, star, largo , noear end off neck. On 16th November, by J. Evereat. Trespass 6d. eaonch. Two chestnut colls, blaeo, C S near shoulder; one bay filly, over K neaor shoulder; one blaclk rigg, liko G1 B near shoulder. If not claimed and ox poenses paid, to be sold 5th Decombor. W. Ander son, Poundlhooeper. 13BhLLAN.--Impounded at Ilallan Shire Pound, :rd November, hy J. O'Connor. Treospass 5. Day filly, star, oil hind foot white, k orer k of' ip, CO i on top of first brand off shoulder. On 7ih Novomhor, by Jamo Palrker. Trespass (d, IBay horse, collar marked, chain from nour folre foot; to near hind foot, V nuear shoulder, like Q ofi' 0shoulder; bay mare, small star, grey on nose, D1) nemtr shoulder, D) near saddle, near eye olut. Ifunot clhnield and expenses paid, to be sold on 5th Deceomber. If. A. Cooper, Poundkeeper. 31ELTON.-I npounded at Melton, 3rd Novem. boer, by Mr. W....
BLACKWOOD. 15th November, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 November 1866
BLACKWOOD. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) 15th November, 1866, WHATEVER effect the recent copious rainfall may have had upon the crops, it has not been un- acceptable to our digging community. Abundance of water is the mainspring, so to speak, of mining operations, and here, as elsewhere, the fresh supply will, no doubt, be productive of good results. The season, so far as it has gone, has been a favourable one for the miner, and if it only continues for a few weeks longer, it is to be hoped that there may be a sufficient supply of water in reserve to enable sluicers and others who are dependent upon it, to continue working till the close of the year. It is proposed to fete two gentlemen residing here prior to their leaving the district, The gentlemen alluded to are Henry Lawrence, Esq,, J.P,, and Dr. Otway. The former is an old resident here, and is about shortly to leave the colony for England, to enjoy his olium cum dignitate. Dr. Otway is about to proceed to Adelaide, where, it under...
MELTON. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M. and B. C. Porter, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 November 1866
MELTON. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M., and B. C. Porter, Esq., J.P. Postmaster-General v. Jane Smith.—Remanded &nbsp; from the last sitting of the court. Case adjourned to the 10th instant, to allow a material witness— the sender of the letter about which this inquiry is being held—to answer the subpeona to attend served on him at Deniliquin. Bail was again taken for the appearance of Mrs. Smith, herself in £20, and two sureties of £20 each. William Daloy v. John M'Donald.-Tho do fondant, who is tho Meolton poundkleoper, was charged with neglecting his duty; by not being in attendanc to reccivo cattlo brought to the pound. Diasmissed,. Augusto Shloblor v. Joseph Arkell.-Debt, .£19 19i, 10d. After a patient heavring of what both parties had to say, the Beouch awardcd plhintiff £18 13s. 10d. In default of paymnoent, distress, William Daloy v. James Minns,--lPound rescue. Fned 40s, with O10s, costts. Samo v. Same,.-This case, which aroso out of the pre...
BLACKWOOD. FRIDAY, 9TH NOVEMBER. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M. and H. Lawrence, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 November 1866
BLACKWOOD. &nbsp; FRIDAY, 9TH NOVEMBER. &nbsp; (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and H. Law- rence, Esq., J.P. DEBT.–Gallagher v. Holywell.–Indebted &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; £5 5s. 6d, for work and labour. Order for amount claimed with £1 7s. costs. FRAUD SUMMONSES FOR DEBT.-Dicker V. Gun- &nbsp; ner.–Order for £10 18s 2d. and 7s. 6d, costs. &nbsp; Failing payment, to be imprisoned for six weeks. Same v. Williams.–Order for £10 5s. 4d. and 7s. 6d. costs. Failing payment, to be imprisoned for six weeks. The Queen v. Chin Hock.–Attempting to steal &nbsp; gold from a sluice-boxes. Committed to take his trial at the Melbourne Criminal Sessions on the 15th November. SATURDAY, 10TH NOVEMBER. (Before H. Lawrence, Esq., J.P.) Edward Gunner was charged with holding communication with a prisoner and lurking about the lock-up. Fined £10. In default of payment, one month's imprisonment with hard labour.
SELECTED POETRY. LAND AND SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 17 November 1866
SELECTED POETRY. LAND AND SEA. THE seaman may sing of his own vast sea, And the swain of his own sweet land; But it boots not where the wanderer be, &nbsp; With a chainless heart and hand; In storm the sea hath a fearful power— A beauty in repose; And the land is rich in fruit and flower, Or bleak in winter's snows. &nbsp; How free to bound o'er the waters wide, Swift as the rushing gale ! How sweet to look from the mountain's side On the calm and sequestered vale ! There's a charm in the greenwood's summer sigh— There's a spell in ocean's roar; I have loved, I have sought them both, as fly Spring birds from shore to shore, I was born on the verge of the ocean deep, I have played with his locks of foam, And watched his weltering billows leap From the door of my cottage home I would die on the breast of some lonely isle, Where no rude footsteps sound Where a southern heaven on my grave may smile, And the wild waves boom around. J. C. PRINCE.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 November 1866
AUCTIONEER'S NOTICE. MIONTHLY STOCK AND PRODUCE SALES AT KEILOR, MELTON, BACCHUS MARSH, AND SMY RNION G. T E CROOK begs to notify to the public gene. * rally, and particularly to the residents in and around the several townships as above named, that, from the repeated solicitations of many of his old patrons and others, it is his intention, in addition to thealready.established sales at Bacchus Marsh and Molton, to start monthly sales at Myr niong and Keilor respectively, at which latter places Mr. Swannell, of Myrniong, and Mr. Gowdio, of Keilor, have kindly placed their yards at his disposal. The following are the dates at which the sales will take place, commencing at 12 noon Keilor ... The last Friday in every month. Melton ... ,, Thursday ,, Bacchus Marsh ,, Saturday Myrniong ... The first Wednesday ,, J. E. C. takes this opportunity of thanking the public for all past favours, and begs to request a continuance thereof. It is scarcely necessary to say that all properties entrus...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 November 1866
" MIARrY IN HASTE AND IlEPENT At L;ISURE."- Wo hope that the hero and heroine of the following may not have cause to repent, but it is quite certain that they did marry in haste. On Saturday, 27th October, a buxom damsel of some twenty. three summers was a passenger to Maldon, her maternal home, by one of the Maldon Coaches, and a stalwart minor, hailing from Cornwall, took a seat by her side, They were total strangers to each other, the man being from Bendigo, on the look.out for his brother, and never having been in Maldon before; however, on the journey, they enjoyed a pleasant chat, and it is to be presumed became mutually enamoured of each other. At all events, it is a fact that on reaching Maldon, a whispered conversation took place, and the damsel, instead of going homo, took the arm of the swain, and pro. ccodld at once to the residence of a minister, who, upon satisfying himself that both were sane and of mature ago, agreed to tie them up. When called upon for their names f...
LECTURE BY THE HON. A. MICHIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 November 1866
LECTURE BY THE ION. A. AICIIIE. Tim, hon. Mr. Michio delivered his promised lecture on Monday evening, at the old Exhibition Building, taking for his topic "lletrospects and Prospects of the Colony." The building was crowded, and upon the platform were the hoen. the Chief Secretary, the hon. the Commi sioner of Trade and Customs, the hon. the Ministor of Justice, the lhon. the Minister of Public Works, his Honor Mr. Justice Molesworth, the hen. Captain Cole, M,L.C., the lion. T. T. 'lBockett, M.L.C., the hon. Mr. Jenner, M.TI.C,, several members of the Legislative Assembly, Colonel Anderson and officers of the volunteer force, and many influential citizens. The chair was taken by his Worship the Mayor, Mr. Williams. The lecture occupied two hours and a half in the delivery, and was listened to with great attention, and elicited much applause. The report of the Lecture occupied eleven columns of the Melbourne daily papers, and it will no doubt afford themes for numberless leading art...
A MAN FOLLOWING HIS OWN COFFIN TO THE GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 November 1866
A MAN FOLLOWING HIS OWN COFFIN TO THE GRAVE. ONe of the most remarkablo frauds that has over been perpetrated at the expense of an insurance company has for some time occupied the attention of the detective department of police of Scotland yard. It appears that one Vital Douat, an exten sive wino metrchaut of Bordeaux, insured his life to the amount of 100,000 francs in one of the insurance officos in Paris; after which he returned to his place of business at Blordeaux, but sub sequently failed, and was declared by the laws of France to be a fraudulent bankrupt to the amount of £24,000. lie suddenly disappeared, and about a month afterwards his wife prsoented a certificate, purporting to be a copy of the register of the death and burial of her husband Vital Douat, in England, at the insurance oflico in Paris, and claimed the amount for which his life had been insured. Some suspioion arising in the minds of the officials at Paris, the insurance money was not paid, and the case was fo...
MAIL NEWS. AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 November 1866
MAIL NEWS. A M IERIC A. We have news from America to the 8th Sept. The President and a party of friends had beon making a tour through the States, with varying success. At Cleveland, Ohio, the President adt dressed a large crowd that had congregated. HIe was frequently intorupted by hisses and hooting from Raldicals, one of whom called him a traitor. Frho President's friends, however, gathered around him, and he concluded his speech amtid I storm of applause. He was saluted with cries of " Why don't you hang Jell DavisP" to which he replied that lie was not Chief Justice, prosecuting attor ney, or grand jury, and that, if lie was, there were as great traitors as Davis who now in the North opposed the Union, The President's spooch at Detroit is one of the most roeni?rkablo yet delivered by him, and we mnake the following extrnct:-" He thanked his fol. low.citizens for their cordial welcome. lie was one of those who believed that the people of the United States wero sent on a great mi...
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 November 1866
NOTICE. The following are the RIates of Subscription for the Bacchus Marsh E£ prcss':-Single Copy, Four pence. Quarterly, Four Shillings; by post, Five Shillings. For Advertisements of One Inch and under, 2s. Gd. For every succeeding Inch, 2s. Adver tisemennts intended to be inserted for a lengthened period, or immediately preceding the leading article, as per agrcement. Notices of Births, Marriages, or Deaths, is. each.
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 November 1866
NOTICES TO COIRESPONDENTS. CozMMINicATIONs should be forwarded as early in the week as possible, and should be addressed to the Editor, Exp~rces Office, Bacchus Marsh. Contributors are requested to write upon one side only of the paper. All communications intended for publication require to be authenticated by the name and address of the writer. Anonymous communi* cations will not be attended to. All business communications and orders should be addressed to the Manager, Express Office, Bacchus Marsh.
AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 November 1866
A G E N T S. The following gentlemen have been appointed AGENTS for the Ezpress: Melbourne ..................essrs. GonnoN & GOTOu Ballan ......................Mr. G. FLACK. ,, Advertisements,~4. ,, H. T. G. HorLOAss. Blackwood ................. ,, J. SAWYERS. Melton.................... ,, A. BLACKWOOD. Myrniong .................. J. SWANNELL. Gordon's .....................Messrs. ERwIN & MAGEiR.
A MOTHER'S LAMENT. DEDICATED TO THE TRUSTEES OF THE BALLAN CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 November 1866
A MIOTHER'S LAMENT. DEDICATED TO THE TRUSTEES OF THE BALLAN CEMETERY. I am weeping o'er thy grave, Jessie, Where long you've been at rest, But there are no flowers blooming Above thy lonely breast; Whilst the few trees that are waving Their branches to the sky, Have no young birds to sing, dear, Thy evening's lullaby. I little thought, my dear one. When I rock'd thee in thy cot, The cruel Fates would lay thee In this lone and wretched spot. Oh I when the rain is falling, And the wind makes a dismal song, I think and weep for thee, darling, The whole night long I I often think of thee, my Jessie, And how barren life would be, Had CHRIST ne'er said, darling, "Little children, come to me." When I used to kiss with rapture Sorrow's dew.drops from thine eye, Oh! I never thought to bring thee In this Cemetery to lie I It is a lone, neglected place, And too truly it is said "We pay respect to the Golden Class But none to the sleeping dead I" You were our only joy, Jessie, In this world of ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 November 1866
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1860. THE publication of a statement of receipt. and expenditure of the Bacchus Marsh and Maddingly District Road Board, affords ui an opportunity of referring to a few of the figures it contains, and also of drawing a few deductions from them as to the prosperity o the district. The first thing which appears to strike us in perusing this document is the smallness of the several amounts treated of For instance, the revenue from rates is, in round numbers, only £600; which amount costs some £50 or £60 to collect. Indeed this year, the cost of valuing the property in the district, with incidental expenses con nected therewith, is likely to be £100. I is a manifest evidence of the benefits derived from local self-government that we obtail for this small sum an endowment from Government of, in round numbers, £1100 besides an additional amount of £500, a Malain Road Subsidy. We find in these figures, then, a complete answer to the objections sometimes made to the e...
BALLAN. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 24 November 1866
BALLAN. (FaROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ST. JOHN'S CHURCIIH, BALLAN. THEI annual pice-nic for the children con nected with the above Church took place on Monday, the 19th inst. The scholars of the Sunday School were under the superintendence of the Rev. Henry Scott, pastor of St. John's, and those of the Day School were similarly attended to by Mr. Walter Scott, head teacher of the Ballan Common School. The pic-nic, like the one of last yver, was a great success, and reflected the hliglhest credit upon the ladies and gentlemen who took an active part in its management. The day was beau tifully fine, and as the children, to the number of one hundred and eighty, passed through our Main Street in procession, bearing in their hands small banners of various hues, they caused our township to assume quite a holiday appearance. 'I'he procession, it is true, was not headed by a band of music, but the repeated juvenile "hip-hip-hurrah's!" told that there were on that sunny morning a number of ...