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ANOTHER BELIEF SHATTERED. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 1 May 1915
ANOTHER BELIEF SHATTERED. There are no bulrushes in Sir Law rence Alma Tadema's new Academl picture, "The Finding of Moses." H&lt; gives learned reasons for the omis sion. The word translated as "bul rushes" in the Bible really meant "papyruis," which was made fron reeds. "What Moses' mother did,' says Six Lawrence, "was to make at ark of papyrus and rub it over witP the white Nile mud." It is that arl of papyrus that he has painted. Fin ally, there are no bulrushes on tlu Nile. Mr Rockefeller's offer of 1,06O,00( d -ilars to the man who can cure hiL of ind-gestion has been accepted bW a doctor, who offered to forfeit 501 lollars if he failed. But Mr Rocke teller argues that it must be ever inoney-"1,000,000 dollors for you i -ou succeed, and 1,000,000 for me 1 you fail."
IMAGINARY SUFFERINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 1 May 1915
IMAGINARY SUFFERINGS. Unfortunately there are always scores of people who imagine the3 have more trials and tribulations .than anyone else in the length and breadth of the land, and they are eves ready to make mountains out of mole hills. No matter what one mnight sa3 or do, it would be all the same, and nothing, could be just exactly right If one laughed, hard feelings would bi promptly stored up against one foi being callous and entirely without -ympathy; and if, on the other hand -)ne cried, the same hurt feeling' would be carefully done up in laven der to be aired at some future day.
BACCHUS MARSH. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 1 May 1915
BACCHUS MARSH. Sale of furnituro, &c., at Mrs. McEwan's, Pilmer street, Bacchus Marsh, on. Monday next, 3rd inst. Messrs. L. A. Fairbairn & Co. ad vertise particulars. Clearing sales of furniture, &c., on Wednesday next, 5th inst., at Messrs. Ashby's and Hodgson's, Lerderderg street, Bacchus Marsh. Messrs. L. A. Fairbairn & Co. ad vertise particulars. On Thursday ne.?t, 6th inst., the ratepayers of the Bacchus Marsh Riding, Shire of Bacchus Marsh, will be called upon to choose a re presentative at the Council -able, in lieu of Cr. Wells, resigned, There are two candidates, Messrs. Q . F. Ramsey and F. R. Manning, both of whom are township residents. Voters are reminded that the poll closes at 4 p.m. M Melton Market (Mo h tQ Baptist Church services :-Bacchus Marsh, 11 and 7, Pastor S. Whit church. Week-night service, Wed nesday, at 8. All welcome. Church of England services, 2nd inst.:-Bacchus Marsh, 8 (Holy Com munion), 11 and 7; Rowsley, 3; Rev. T. W...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 8 May 1915
BACCHUS MARSH RACING CLUB. AUTUMN. MEETING. THURSDAY, May 20th, 1915. i(Weathler and other• circumstances permitting.) £140 . PROGRAMME. '£140 (First Race to start at 2.30 p.m.) 1. Trial Handicap, of 20 sovs. Second horse to receive 3 sovs. out of stake. Five furlongs. For horses that have never won or received more than 30 sovs. from any one race. Nomination, 10/. 2. Welter Race. Handicap of 25 sovs. Second horse to receive 5 sovs. out of stake. Six furlongs. Minimum weight, 7st. 71lbs. Nom., 10/; acceptance, 5/. 3. Novelty Pony Race, of 20 Sovs. Second horse 5 sovs. out of stake. Four furlongs. For horses 14 hands 1 inch and under. 10yds. yards allowed for every inch below stipulated height. Ponies to be measured oil course at 2.30 p.m., unless approved Certificate of height jproduced. Height :to ibe sent in with entry. Nomination, 10/; acceptance, S 5/. 4. Bacchus Marsh. Handicap, of 40 sovs. Second horse to receive 5 sovs. out of stake. One mile. Nomination, 10/; acceptance, 10/...
MARRIAGE. Brown—Shea. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 8 May 1915
" MARIRIAGE. Brown-Shea. \ A pretty little wedding was celo brated at St. Bernard's Church, Bac chus Marsh, on 20th ult., the con tracting parties being Mr. Patrick Leo Brown, son of the late Mr. and M\rs. Brown, Carisruhe, and Miss Julia May Shea, third daughter of MI\rs. and the late Mr. Edmond Shea, of Deep Creek, Bacchus Marsh. The Rev. P. J. Gleeson officiated. The bride? who was given away by her uncle, Mr. S. J. Shea, wore a grace ful gown 1of ivory silk, trimmed shadow lace and ,pearls. Her court train was nicely finished with horse shoes and rosebuds, with a true lover's knot in pearls. She carried" a horseshoe of white satin and orange blossom. Miss Anna' Shea (sister of bride) attended as brides maid,, and wore cream silk. She carried a bouquet of pink and white cosmas, with long pink streamers. Mr. E. A. Brown (brother of bride groom) acted as best man. Wed ding' tea was afterwards served at the Royal Hotel. The honeymoon was-spent in Ballarat. The .travel lingc'dCstume ...
COMING EVENTS: [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 8 May 1915
COMINIG EVENTS:- Wednesday, May 12!--St. Bern ard's Euclhe party and dance. Friday, May 14.-Euchre prty..at Toolern Vale - Tuesdaay;-IMayi 18.--Pebating S0 ciety, Bacchus MIarsh. Wednesday, May 19.--Maddino'ley Football social. Thursday, May 20.- Bacchus Marsh races. Friday, May 21.--Euchire prtv at Coimadai.
NEW IDEA FOR HELPING THE BELGIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 8 May 1915
NEW IDEA FOR HELPING' THE BELGIANS. There have been many schemes for raising funds to feed the starv: ing Belgians, sonme good, some doubtful; but a novel suggestion, that' ought to result in the raising" of a considerable sum, appears in "Everylady's Journal" for May. Miss Mary Card, author of one of the best-known books on Crochet Work,' and perhaps the niost expert Crochet-Work designer in Australia, has designed a 'doyley in semi-Irish crochet-work', with an Australian motif. A large photograph of the design appears in "Everylady's Journal," and Miss Card offers to send a photograph of the doyley, and printed directions for its worl ing, to any one who will post her 7d. in stamps. One penny. of this pays the postage, and the balance of--the money goes to the Belgian Fund. Any reader may take advan tage of the offer, and should post; 7d. in stamps or postal note to Miss Card, Post-Office, Olinda, Victoria.. She wilh get a delightful doyley de&lt; sign, and a'c the same ti...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 8 May 1915
MR. ELWOOD MEAD has returned to America, which, as a matter of strict -fact, he should never have left. The conditions in Victoria are in everyway different to thoase in America,-and he has not been able to assimilate them. Mr. Man che~ter, now of Queensland, would have done better. In July, 1866, Mr. James Young, locally the lead ing man of his day, lectured in Bacchus. Marsh upon irrigation, and dealt chiefly with India, but recommended local people to accept Christopherson~s Coimadai scheme, then under offer by the Govern ment upon a responsibilty to pay 5 per cent. interest on cost. :.To the objection that the reservoir would never have been filled, he said that in that case the Government could not exact interest. This was veri fied later on, when districtsR which did promise theinteie~st were never asked to pay, and that cdndition in the Act wvas repealed, and Sir Geo. Turner wr6te off hundreds of thous ands'-of arrears. The State Rivers Commission should now be asked toreport...
BACCHUS MARSH. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 8 May 1915
BACCHSIT MARSH. Baptist Church services :--Bacchus Marsh, 1'1 and 7,' Pastor S. Whit church. Week-night service, Wed nesday, at 8. All welcome. *Presbyterian Church services: Bacchus Marsh, ii and 7. Melton, 3. All welcome. Rev. B. Williams. Methodist Church services. 9th inst.:--Balliang East, 11; Staughton Vale, 3; Bacchus Marsh, 7; Mr. R. Harvey. Rlockbank, 11; Melton, 3' Melton railway station, 7.30; Mr. W.?. C. Ashley. , " Furniture sale at, Maddingley on Wednesday next, 12th inst., on be half of Mr. S. H. Bowers. Messrs. L. A. Fairbairn & Co. advertise par ticulars.: Sale of township properties, fur nituire, "&c., at Melton, on Wednes day, 26th inst., in' estate lath Mr. P. O'Lougfhlin. Messrs. L. A. Fair bairn & Co. advertise some particu: lars. - Entries for Bacchus Marsh iraces close on Monday next, 10th inst. .The 'full prograniime is advertised on - pdge 4. The meeting, will be held on Thursday, 20th May. A euchre party and dance will be held in St...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 8 May 1915
FOOTBALL. At the annual. meeting of the Bacchus Marsh club the following officers were elected :-President, Mr. F. R. Manning; Vice-Presidents, Messrs. J. S. Lyle, E. J. Fordj A. Naylor, C. Dickie, H. Densley, G. A. Britnell, E. Smith. Patrons, Mr. A. .T. Ozanne, M.P., Dr. T. B. Ryan, J.P., Dr. Nance, Father Glee son, Rev. B. Williams; Cr. M. R. Greene, J.P., Cr. W. Grant Morton, J.P. Messrs. W. Grant, J.P., R. H. Dugdale, A. Greenwood, A. Barrett, F. T. Jones, C. Edwards, G. McFar land, A. Shaw, W. "D. Hogan, E. Moss, J. A. Johns, J. Brown, Wills & McVicar. Secretary, Mr. C. J. Grant. Treasurer, Mr. D. McDon ald. Auditor, Mr. E. Smith. Com mittee,, Messrs. J. McBride, R. T. Grant, S. Ford, A. N. McEacharn, A. Shaw. Match committee, J. S. Lyle, Captain and Vice-Captain. Association Delegates, Messrs. C. J. Grant and J. S. Lyle. Exford Stars played MaddinlIcy last Saturday, and resulted in a win for the latter. A meeting of tie Bacchus Marsh club is called for Tuesday evening...
BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. Bacchus Marsh and District. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 8 May 1915
B~ELGIAN: RELIEEF FUND. Bacchus Marsh and District. The Committee wish to acknow-1 ledge, with thanks, the following. donations:-- 1 Darley Brick Co. employeea (5th. fortnightly instalment) £1/4/. .Dr. T. B. Ryan "(3rd instalment)' £1. . 4. Crowe (per Miss Wells; Horti-, cultural Society) :17/6. A.. Newiiau, jun. (rnale) 5/11.; SS. Crowe, 2/. .. I Those who promised 'subscriptions ' will pease hand them in at once;' Anyone- who wishes, to help the King Albert Birthday Book movire ment may do so by leaving their s.ignature (and £1) with .the Shire Secretary, Bacchus .Marsh, who has "( .'" Y": . '- "tio liaati •tiec~ it
BACCHUS MARSH DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 8 May 1915
BACCHUIS MARSH DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. At the annual meeting of the above the following delegates were present :--Messrs. J. B. Doherty and J. Ward (Maddingley'), J. H. Cun ningham (Melton), G. Burland and Campbell (Exford Star), J. S. Lyle and C. J. Grant (Bacchius Marsh). •Officer bearers elected :--President, Mr. E. L. Simpson; Vice-Presidents, Messrs. :J. H. Cunningham and C. J. Grant; Treasurer, Mr. J. S. Lyle; Hon. Secretary, Mr. D. M'Donald; Auditors, Messrs. W. P. Grant and A. E. Robinson. The Exford Stars were admitted to the Association on the same condi tions as other Clubs. Radius, 10 miles from Exford school postoffice. Colours of new Club--red, white, and blue. It was decided to affiliate with the Junior Association, and have tleir Umpires. The matches will commence on Saturday next, 15th inst.., when Bac chus Marsh will play Maddingley; and Exford plays Melton. The following is the draw for all the matches: May 15.-Bacchus Marsh v. Madd ingley. Exford Star v. M...
COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 8 May 1915
COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. On Wednesday evening last two members of the Board' (Messrs. Calder and McC6rmack) visited Baachus Marsh, and met some of the. Councillors at the Shire hall. Mr. Calier (Chairman of the Board) gave a full explanation of the work ing of the Board. In regard to the local roads, Mr. Calder said they had not decided whieh of the roads to Geeloig they would take over, but would make a furthei" inspection on Thursday, also of the road to Gisborne. The Board had to consider which roads were going to be the greatest good for the greatest .number, irrespective of, Ridings. and Shires. The road to Geelong. which ap peared to. be most "favored was the one from Bapchus Marsh along the Woolpack to' Parwan and Ripley, thus making a through connection with the road taken over in adjoin ing Shires. If this. course is fol lowed the Balliang-Staughton Vale road will not be proclaimed, a main road, but will probably receive sonma assistance from the Board. The Melbourne-Ballarat r...
SHIRE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 8 May 1915
.SHIRE ELECTION. , Councillor George Francis Ramsey is the new title conferred upon that gentleman by, the ratepayers of the Bacchus Marsli Riding of the Shire of Bacchus Marsh, who were called upon to make a selection on Thurs: day last between him and Mr. F. R. Manning. The vacancy occurred. through the resignation of Cr. J. G. Wells, who relinquished his seat at the Council table to take up con tract work. The following poll was declared by the Returning Officer (Cr. W. Grant Morton, J.P.) :--George F. Ramsey, 183 votes; F. R.. Manning, 117 votes: Majority for Ramsev, 66 votes. Cr. Ramsey thanked his. support ers for the honor conferred upon him. He hoped he would merit the confidence they had placed in him. He would try to do his duty. He did not believe in too much talking but in working. Mr. Manning thanked all, who had voted for and against him. Although defeated, he was none the worse, and might occupy the seat in the future. A Vote of thanrks was passed to the Returning Off...
LERDERDERG RESERVOIRS. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 8 May 1915
LERDER.DERG RESERVOIRS. To the Editor of the Expres8. Sir,--There does not seem to be much chance of any' reservoir being built .on the Lerderderg river at present, as the scheme now being carried out at Melton has apparently completely overshadowed any other scheme in the district for-a time. That scheme, however, is of very little use to irrigatbrs at Bacchus Marsh. The delay in the building sf a big' reservoir at Simmons' Reef may not be without'its advantages. A dry season :like the present puts any water .storage' schemite to, a very severe test, and, in my opinion, if that. reservoir had':been built it would have been a failure, as the watershed is-'restricted, ahdlthe stor age would not hav'e'been sufficient to stand the straini. I believe, how ever, that the site at Kaingaroo Flat (which I described' about a month ago in your columns) would stand such a strain, and for equal cost a reserv(cir could be built at that place with at least twice the capacity of that at Simmons' R...
THE Mystery of the Ravenspurs Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London and Melbourne. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XXX.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 8 May 1915
Wgsteryo Dll e v RlssUs8 By FRED.-M. WHIT:. Author of "The Ends of Justice," etc. Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London and Melbourne. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XXX.--Continued. *'This Englishman had been to Las sa himself and, when a girl, his wife had fallen in love with hiin~and he married her. There was a good deal ,of scandal about it at the time," but there are so manyl scandals/'n lndf?: that" this one" was quickly .buried uii der a layer of other slanders.. Some said •that that officer had managed to picklup some of the holiest mysteries of- Buddha, and that the lovely native had married him to close his lips. Cer tainly ?he would never speak of Lassa, and when the place was mentioned he always showed signs of agitation. "Well, we went. We were not afraid. Both of us kne'w the East; we spoke many languages; we could assume any disguise. And in a short time, as hon ored pilgrims from a far land, we were free .of the holy temple in the hills beyond Lass...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 8 May 1915
GLEN VALLEY :TEA - > l ;-: For Fragrance and Value .'-- -' -- 'AGENTS o. .DICK[E & SONS,- Oroeers, 1SeedGrain, and General Produce Merchants, BACCHUS MARSH. STAYLOR'S CASH STORE ":Oar CASH "SYSTEM of trading enables us to offer SUPREME VALUE ini all the various lines we carry. All our Goods are BOUGHT FOR CASH, with the full discounts, and sold to you with a Minimum of profit. CASH BUYERS can command Lowest Prices. They will get them here. Our reputatioii stands behind all our transactions, and..we guarantee satisfaction. We do all classes of JeWellery and Watch REPAIRS. -Customers" Scan depend on getting satisfaction. ELECTRO PLATE WARE. ZONOPHONES. CROCKERY. -SCENTS and SOAPS. - • DOLLS and TOYS. SCHOOL REQUISITES. :",i).: "STATIONERY. , UNDERCLOTHING. - PICTURES and FRAMES. " CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.: : : I JEWELLERY and REPAIRS. , HOSIERY and RIBBONS. Church and Main streets, Bacchus Marsh. • `., : .2 :. _ . -IOCHAS. J. GRANT,o~&lt;. BOOT and SHOE SPECIALIST Has a...