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BACCHUS MARSH. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 15 May 1915
BACCHUS MARSH. TiHE State Rivers Commission should issue a report of the state of its affairs, and its proposals for thefuture. The railway supply at Bacchus Marsh is depending upon an empty reservoir. Mr. Elwood Mead spent weeks with Mr. Gar son in the Blackwood ranges, and decided to reconstruct the Simmons Reef, reservoir, and then amiably allowed Mr. Graham, a layman, to veto the expenditure. That was Mr. Mead's great fault; he was a University Professor, and not a man of action. The Ballanee storage scheme should be carried out. It is useless depending upon one watershed. Several reservoirs at Ballanee were surveyed; and none of them carried out because local ballot box did not accept them. Sir Alexander Peacock should exer cise hisresponsibility in this matter, or ,bidon Qb,"G-e., 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:, 16th inst.:-Bacchus Marsh, 11 and 7; Coimadai,...
BACCHUS MARSH DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 15 May 1915
BACCHUS MARSH DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. The following is the draw for all the matches: May 15.-Bacchus Marsh v. Madd ingley. Exford Star v. Melton. May 22.-Maddirigley v. Melton. Exford Star v. Bacchus Marsh. May 29.-Bacchus Marsh v. Mel ton. Exford Star v. Maddingley June 5.-Maddingley v. Bacchas Marsh. Melton v. Exford Star. June 12.-Melton v. Maddingley. Bacchus Marsh v. Exford Star. June 19.-Melton v. Bacchus Marsh. Maddingley v. Exford Star. June 26.-Bacchus Marsh v. Madd ingley. Exford Star v. Melton. July 3.-Maddingley v. Melton. Exford Star v. Bacchus Marsh. July 10.-Bacchus Marsh v. Mel ton. Exford Star v. Maddingley. July 17.-Maddingley v. Bacchus Marsh. Melton v. Exford Star. July 24.-Melton v. Maddingley. Bacchus Marsh v. Exford Star. July 31.- Melton v. Bacchus Marsh. Maddingley y. Exford Star. To be played on, first-named ground, excepting Exford matches, which are to be played at Melton ground.
PRESENTATION TO Mr. and Mrs. R. FAGG. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 15 May 1915
PRESENTATION TO Mr. and Mrs: R. FAGG. .. .· : On Monday evening last a "sur prise party" visited Broadlands homestead, to make presentations t6 Mr. and Mrs. R. Fagg, on the eve of their departure to Kyneton, after a residence of nearly 40 years in this district, during which time Mr. Fagg has been manager of the Br6odlands Estate for the Messrs. Miller. The invaders of the homestead appointed Mr. Mark Kyle, J.P., as "general," who made the presenta tions, consisting of a gold watch to Mr. Fagg, and a gold watch and chain to Mrs. Fagg. Mr. Kyle said he was pleased that his friends had not forgotten. Mr. and Mrs. Fagg. During all these years he lhad been joined with them in friendship, which increased as the years rolled on. Mr. Fagg had been a useful citizen, and a speci ally good worker for the Agricul tural Society. He was pleased to know that Mr. Fagg held the good opinion of the people of Bacchus Marsh, also of his employers, for. nwhom hie had been a trusty servant. This farewel...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 15 May 1915
FOOTBALL. The season will open to-day, when Bacchus Marsh will play Madding ley; and Melton v. Exford Stars. Bacchus Marsh team, J. Densley, A. N. McEacher.n, W. Robinson, J. Vallence, W. Bourke, C. Jones, E. Phillips, H. Burbidge, Hughes, R. Simpson, C. A. Robin, T. Nagle, R. Edwards, J. McBride, J. Boyd, F. Russell, W. Portingale, Guilfoyle. Emergencies-C. Platt, W. Horder. Umpires-McGuire and Gallagher.
RED CROSS WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 15 May 1915
RED CROSS WORK. The concert for Red Cross Work will be divided into two parts, juven ile and adults. Miss Mary Williams and Mrs. Viccars are busily engaged training children, also Mrs. B. Wil liams, whose Sunday School scholars will take part in some patriotic songs. Miss Williams' pupils will render the National Anthems of the Allies, which will be given with limelight effect. A splendid pro gramme will also be given by the adults. All the performers are only too glad to assist in such a worthy cause. It rests with the audience now to show .their appreciation by crowding the hall to overflowing. The hen. Sec. (Miss Beatrice W. Anderson) acknowledges, , with thanks : Winners of Golf Club trophies, Mesdames C. E. Powell and W. .Wil liams, Messrs. W. E. and Geo. .F. Ramsey, £1. Mr. Albert A. Hine, 10/. Socks from Mrs. H. M. Hodgson, Misses Charlton, Murphy and An derson. Sent away this week--7 shirts, 9 pairs socks.
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 15 May 1915
GOLF. A mixed foursome will be played on Millbank links to-day, 15th inst. Entry, 6d. No trophies. All pro ceeds to go to Red Cross Fund. Saturday, 22nd-Ladies' and gent's singles, for Messrs. W. E. Ramsey's and F. L. Pearce's trophies. Entry, 6d., to go to Red Cross Fund. Saturday, 29-Match to be played against Ballarat, on Ballarat links. Teams chosen-Ladies-Mrs. R. Mor ton, Miss Waller, Miss I. Robertson, Miss M. Robertson, Miss Scott, Mrs. Shaw, Miss A. Simon, Mrs. Chas. Dickie. Emergencies-Mrs. W. Grant Morton, Mrs. W. E. Ramsey. Gents -Rev. B. Williams, C. E. Powell, R. Morton, C. A. Robin, R. T. Grant, W. H. Lewis, Dr. J. C. Lewis, H. L. Simon. Emergencies W. P. Robertson, T. H. Pearce. SAll players who cannot make the visit kindly inform the Secretary. Winners of last Saturday's match -Ladies-Mrs. C. E. Powell and Mrs. W. Williams, 59-6-53. Gents W. E. and G. F. Ramsey, 97-18-79. The winners donated the trophy money to the local Red Cross fund.
BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. Bacchus Marsh and District. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 15 May 1915
BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. Bacchus Marsh and District. The Committee wish to acknow ledge,, with thanks, the following donations: Coimadai Limeworks (3rd monthly izistalment) £2/6/. Further contribu tors-R. Riddell, J, Cosgrove, M. Shea. Murri House, (3rd instalment)10/. A. Newman, jun. (raffle, 2nd in staliment) 4/10. Correction.-Cake purchased at A.W.N.L. ball by Dr. W. B. Ryan should have been 13/6, not 10/6.
FORD CARS. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 15 May 1915
FORD CARS. Thle latest model Ford cars have just: come to hand, andthe Carey Motor Co., Ballarat, are iUnpacking and assembling same at the Ford headquarters for this district, .Arm strong street, Ballarat. They have several new and improved features. The body has a pleasing streamline effect, with a scuttle dash, and the car is now fitted with electric light. Some time ago the Ford Motor Co. discarded the speedometer, as being unreliable. After the usual Ford research and experiment be fore fitting another one, they are now fitting a new speedometer, with a direct drive. It is the attention to detail that has made the Ford reputation, and what it justly claims to be-the Universal Car. The Russian Government has placed an order for' some thousands of Ford cars for their army, after exhaustive tests, thus proving their reliability under hard service con ditions. There is an ever increasing de mand for Ford cars, and the Carey Motor Co. cannot guarantee deliv iery unless the orders ar...
THE Mystery of the Ravenspurs Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London and Melbourne. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XXXI.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 15 May 1915
Ilistergoof tleB aneislp By FRED. M. WHITE., Author of "The Ends of Justice," etc. Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London and Melbourne. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XXXI.-Continued. "Mysterious as ever," he.said. "The miscreant is by us, almost' in our hands, and yet we cannot touch him. Vera has been rendered insenisible by a drug. The effect of it willj'ass away in time. She will- sleep till l mrning, and- you had better reimain with her." "Of course; I should not dream of leaving the poor child alone." Ralph just touched Marion's cheek. "You are a good girl-an angel," he murmured. "What we should do with *out you I cannot say." Stay here and have no fear. I shall not be far away. I am going to sleep for the rest of the u;ght on the floor outside." "On the. floor, my dear uncle?" "Bah! it is no hardship." said Ralph. "'I have had far less comfortable quar ters many a time' I am used to it, and like it. And I sleep like a hare. The slightest noise, or motion an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 15 May 1915
GOLEN VALLEY .......... T E A -- - a .- SFor Fragrance and Value. AGENTS -: D~IK[E & S9NS, Groces, Seed, Grain, Sand General Produce Merchants, SBA.CCEHUS MAARSH. TAYLOR'S CASH STORE Our CASH SYSTEM of trading enables us to offer SUPREME VALUE Sin 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. S CASH BUYERS can command Lowest Prices. They will get them here. Our reputation stands behind all our transactions, and we guarantee satisfaction. We do all classes of Jewellery and Watch REPAIRS. Customers - can depend on getting satisfaction. ELECTRO PLATE WARE. ZONOPHONES. CROCKERY. SCENTS and SOAPS. DOLLS and TOYS. SCHOOL REQUISITES. STATIONERY. · UNDERCLOTHING. PICTURES and FRAMES. CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. JEWELLERY and REPAIRS. HOSIERY and RIBBONS. A•R' S STE Church and Main streets, Bacchus Marsh. - CHAS. J. GRANT,e , BOOT and SHOE SPECIALIST Has a Large Stock of UYp-to-date BOOTS and SHOEE S ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 15 May 1915
A nice-soft warm rain started to jfall on Thursday afternoon, and con tinued during the night. At 7.30 a.m. on Friday, 56 points were reg istered, and still raining. It came in good time, and will do a vast amount of good, as the crops were lanquishing for want of it. We hope for another inch, as it will do good. We have had sharp frosts during the week, on Wednesday it was very white. Mr. "Jack" McPherson, of Melton, but in the employ of Messrs. L. A. Fairbairn & Co., Bacchus Marsh, left to go into Camp at Broadmead ows on Thursday. Mr. .Clivre- Kelly, an employe of Mr. E. E. D. Clark for some years, has enlisted for the front. He was presented with a wristlet Watch from his fellow employees, and a Swan fountain pen from Mr. C. Looney, the manager. Shire of Werribee advertise that the road leading to Staughton's. bridge will be closed for traffic dur ing repairs to tha bridge. Christ Church, 16th inst., Sunday after Ascension:- Melton,' morning and evening; Rockbank, 3; Rai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 15 May 1915
Wednesday, May 26. Sale of Township Properties at ME LTON. L. A. FAIRBAIRN & Co., under instructions from the Executrix of thle Estate of P. O'Lougllin, de ceased, will Sell, on the ground, at Melton, on WEDNESDAY, May 26th, at 2 p.m. DWELLINGHOUSE, 8 rooms, the S residence of tile late P. O'Loughllin, - with half-acre LAND. Also, half acre Allotment adjoining. Small W.B. DWELLING in Main street, near Daly's, on half-acre of Land. Let at 6/ per week. Two half-acre ALLOTMENTS, in Main street, almost opposite last lot. Let to hMr. Minns. SAlso, .The whole .of the ,Household FUR NITURE and Effects, consisting of Dining Suite, Wardrobe, Sideboard, Dining Tables, Washstand, Beds and Bedding, Tables, Chairs, Rockers, Couch, Pictures. Kitchen Utensils and Sundries. SThe Dwelling-house is in splendid condition, and the situation is real . good. The Allotments are in good positions. The sale is called to wind up the estate, and buyers can attefid - with confidence. L. A. FAIRBAIRN &a...
COMING EVENTS: [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 15 May 1915
COMING EVENTS: Tuesday, Ma3y 18..-Debating So ciety, Bacchus Marsh. Wednesday, May 19.-Maddingley Football social. Thursday, May 20b.- Bacchus Marsh races. Friday, May 21.-Euchro parfy at Coimadai. '1onday, May 24Vh (Empire day). -Concert in aid of Retd Cross fund, Bachus ..Max.
FRUIT AND CARROT POISONING. THE ART OF FREEFEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 15 May 1915
FRUIT AND CARROT POISON ING. THE ART OF FREEFEEDING. (By P. E. Allan, Chief Inspector, V.D. Act.) All animals or birds, that collect in any number, have amongst them a proportion that rule or "boss" the others. This is specially so as re gards the rabbit. When the "free feed" is found, the. stronger ones will take possession, and hunt or keep the others away till they have eaten their fill and none may then be left to educate the balance. Any one who will take tlhe trouble to lie in hiding, and watch the freshly laid furrows, will see the stronger take possession, and hunt the weaker away. The next day, when it is' found that all the feed is gone, most people merely relay the same quan tity. This is again eaten by the same ones that had it before, and •so on, till the poison baits are laid, when, of course, only those that have been "educated" are killed. The others have not had a chance to ac quire the taste, and, as is most likely the case, if there are poisoned baits left in the ...
MOUNT STIBNITE MINING COMPANY, COIMADAI. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 15 May 1915
MOUNT STIBNITE MINING COMPANY, COIMADAI. The reports of the above Com pany will in future be published every fortnight. In the interim, it is officially reported by the Manag ing Director (Mr. R. Thurston Evans) that a recent assay of a sample of lode matter, from the hanging wall of No. 2 North drive, gave a return of 15dwts. of gold per ton.: "Star" metal is quoted at £95, and 50 per cent. ore at £25 per ton, respectively.
BACCHUS MARSH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 15 May 1915
BACCHUS MARSH MARKET. Messrs. L. A. Fairbairn & Co. re port holding their monthly sale in the Corporation yards on Thursday last, when there was a yarding of 104 cattle, 45 sheep, 31 pigs, and 8 horses. 'i'he market> for good dairy cows was very brisk, also for fat cattle, but store sorts (especially in low condition) were hard to sell. Best dairy cows, in milk or close up, made £10, £11, £12, to £12/10/, latter price for two of Mr. Henry O'Hagan's lot. Medium ditto, £7 to £9. Heifers, *£5/10/ to £7/15/. Backward sorts, £4 to £6. Fat cows, £8/17/6 to £9/10/. Dairy heifers, in lines, £2/8/ to £5. Bulls, £2/10/ to £4. Sheep-Fai ; i wethers, 25/6 to 30/; fat ewes, 26/; lambs, 18/6 to 30/. Store pigs, £1/1/; young pigs, 5/ to 10/. Ponies, £9. A quantity of pro duce and sundries at fair prices. Messrs.' L. A. Fairbairn & Co. re port holding a clearing sale of fur niture and sundries on account Mr. S. H. Bower's, at Maddingley, when the whole lot offered 'was disposed o...
BACCHUS MARSH DAIRYMEN'S CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 15 May 1915
BACCHUS MARSH DAIRYMEN'S CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION LIMITED. The annual meeting of. sharehol ders of the above company was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Sat urday evening last. There was a good attendance, and everything passed off satisfactorily. The retiring Directors (Messrs. Jas. Watson, T. 'B. Nagle and H. O'Hagan) were re-elected; also the Auditor, Mr. Chas. Cooper, F.S.A.A. Eng. A vote of' thanks was passed to the Board of Directors for their ser rices in 'the interests of the company during the past year. The Directors' Report and Bal ance sheet (which were unanimously adopted) stated :-"It is a source of much satisfaction ito be able to state that, after paying the highest prices for Butter Fat, we are able to close the year's accounts with a Balance of £3094/4/7 to the credit of Profit and Loss; £849/1/ being the net profit for the past year; out of which your Directors suggest that a Divi ,dend of 8 per cent. on the Paid-up Capital should be paid to the Share holders,...
ANTIMONY: ITS OCCURENCES AND USES. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 15 May 1915
ANTIMONY: ITS OCCURENCES AND USES. (From the Encyclopedia Britannica) Antimony is metal found native to a small extent in many of the localities from which its ores are derived. It has been obtained at Sahlberg, near Sahl, in Sweeden; at Andreasberg, in the Harz; at Allemont, in Daupheny; Prizibram, in Bohemia; and also to a smaller extent in Borneo, Chili, Mexico, New Brunswick, &c. It also occurs in nature alloyed with other metals; allemonite being arsenical antimony; dyscrasite, antimonial silver; and breithanpite, a native alloy of an timony and nickel. Among the ores of antimony may be enumerated val entinite or white antimony, and cer vantite, an antimony ochre, both oxides of antimony; and kermesite, red antimony or antimony blende, an oxy-sulphide of the metal. Var ious sulphanimdnites of other metals are also met with, but they possess only a mineralogical interest. The antimony of commerce is derived almost entirely from the sulphide, stibnite, or grey antimony or...