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LIFE-SAVING RAFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 December 1866
LIFE-sAVINO RAFrt.--SOue interesting experi.. meonts have been conducted at Southampton with a newly invented lifo raft, designed for the saving of life from shipwreck at sea, The apparatus, which is called " Pcrry's Life-saving Raft," when stowed on board occupies only a spce of eightcen inches in diametor by eleven feet long, (Lnd weighs about 400 pounds; but when it has been prepared for use, an operation which occupies six minutos, it has a buoyant capacity of 8000 pounds, and a deck surface for passengers of 180 square feet. Thus it is easy of carriagneo by a ship, from whieh the inventors say it can easily be launched, without possibility of being capsized or stove in under any combination of circumnstances; its use fulness in landing through a surf or breakers is also mnaintained an exceeding any other means. The experiments, so far as they h:ave gone, are said to be satisfactory. The following 1is a de. scription of the raft:-It is compo.ed of two or more aLir-tighIt cylinde...
BLACKWOOD. FRIDAY, 7TH DECEMBER. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and H. Lawrence, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 December 1866
BLACKIWOOD. FIDAY, 7TsrI DE0IoMBER., (Before C. Shuter, EHq., P.IM., and H, Law. ronce, Esq., J.P. Breeookonridrge v. Polglaso.-Indebteod .12 10s. For work and labour. Order for amount, and 12s, Od. costs. Wills v. Samueo.-Indobted . 5Sa, for work and labour. Order for amount, aud lOs. costs., Cronan v. Voal.-Indebted .£5, for goods sold, No appoanrance. Boyco v. Smitl.--Dasortion of illegitimate hBild, and laving it without adequate support. Adjourned for seven days; dofendant bound over to appear.
BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 December 1866
BALLAN. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) PEnTIAPS there is no greater feat a man can perform, and certainly none more wise and profitable when accomplished, than that of seeing beyond the point of his proboscis, Why it is that the majority of men never see further than the extremity of that organ, I know not. As an illustration of this shl;ort. sightedness, in No. 4, of the Gucndial there appeared a leading article, It; was intended for a thunderer, but the intellectual clouds were too heavy and too watery, so the affair didn't come off. The wlriter says, in speaking of Ballan-" It is not out of place here to disabuse our Blackwood correspondent's mind from the expression [should be,impression]--that the Council have been expending money collected there for forming and kerbing the streets of Ballau. They have not done so, nor are they likely - to pitch and kerb Ballan streets for some time to come, or to execute the embellish. ments in the style desired by one of the Ballan visionary refor...
THE Bacchus Marsh Express. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 December 1866
sATiURDAY DEOEMBER 15, 186o. TuHE exen118ionof lthe 42nd section of the Amendipg Land Acit (or what is equivalent to it) as pronungated by the. Minister of Lands the other day, has caused great excitement in every parl; of the coldny. Anud if such an extension of the free-selection principle could be legally, carried out, it would meet with the approval of nine-tenths of tile people of this coloiiy, there cannot be a single doubt, It appea|s, however, that, until Parliament neetsy the intentions of thl, Minlister of Lands will .not be carried into effect, This determninatiou will,: no doubt, cause considerable disappointment to manny who were contumplating tialtking up 640 acres of' land; but, upon the whole, we think that, if eventheMinister of Lauds hand tlie power to throw all the Crown latids of the colony open in the way he proposed, ift would be as well to olbtliii ,the, sanction of Parliament .bufore malking such a radical change, For, however.safeb such a power might be. in ...
MELTON. MONDAY, DECEMBER 1. (Before B. C. Porter, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 December 1866
IMELTON. MoNDAY, DCcmnxaR 1. (Before 3, C. Porter, Esq., J.P.) Police v. Christopher Flitzgorald.-V~agraioy. Ordered to be imprisoned for fourteen days in Melbourno Gaol. Police v. Michael Lambert.--Drunk and dis. orderly, and assaulting polico.coustable in the execution of his duty, Fined ~£3, and 10. for damage done to constablo's clothes, In default, to be imprisoned for two months, Police v. N. M'Leod,-Drunlk andl incapable.o, Fined Ss, DECoEM??~n 10. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq,, P.M., and B, C. Porter, Esq., J.P.) Polioe v. N, M'Lood,--Drunk and incapable of taking care of himself, This was the third appear. ance of MI'Lood in this Court within a short period. Fined 20,s. or, in default, to be im prisoned seven days with hard labour. Polico v. Anldroew Quigloy.-Drunk and in. capable. Fiuned 5s. Indefault, twenty four hours in gaol. William Nelson v. James B3oatwood,--Debt, .11 10s, In this case, Nelson agreed to build a shop and bakohouso for Bnoatwood, according to a certain ...
NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 December 1866
NEWS OF -THE WEEK. 'The, fine' harvest weather which was?h9 ' pro pitious to the farnmer,iand'hich lobked so i'etled last week, changed on Sunday, when a drizzling rain qet ip, and continued. at intervals Mire u oro less until Tuesday evening, when the: Weather againi cleared up, and- has since remained favourable for harvesting opeirtions. The sudden change caused the farimers ,cn.sid.erable anxiety. Mjny of them were afrai!d t' t the barley in the. stooks would bo di'scoloured and much damaged, the weather- being so, close and muggy. From in. quiiios made of several fiarmcre we are glad to learn, hoiever, that no damage has been done either to the growing or cut crops.- Caterpillars have' made their appearance in several places, but, as far as owe can learn, they have not ae7 done much injuiy to the cropis. Thse barley h. vest is now general;,if the weathlrr contiaoi fine, nsmny of thejo f nrmers Will com?glnece cuttin theivbhoLt and oatn next week. Hliarvest ha are"sctcte ann rec...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 December 1866
iBlackwood, Golden Point. UE8DA 1 8ut DECM1tB. S'N "ESE"tVE" CLEAfltNG. UT SALE, OF THflE S'i'OCK.IN-TIRADE 0Of 1. LaEwn?wI, Esq., .T.',; comlprising DRAPERY, IRONMONGERY, 3OOTS AND SHOES, Also, IIOUSElIOLD FURNITURE, Cottage Plano, by Collard and Collard, Singer's Soewln Machine, and a posat numhber qf varid ani alusfo Sundrles. ,- i T2le Projn'r?elor leavig t1o Colony. , .J,. . CROOK, YJTAS receivod in,,n.otions from H. Lawrence, 11 Esq., JP. (in consequence of his being about 'to proceed inmmediately to England) to sell by Auction, 'Without the slightest loseRorvo, At his residence, Blackwood, on 'TusnAY, the 18th inet,, and following day, commencing at 12 noon The whole of his Stock-in-Trado, Household Furniture, and other valuable Effects, com prilsing Drapery, Haberdashery, Ironmongery, Boots S ' and Shoes, &c. After which, the Household Furniture, consisting .of Tables, Chairs. Sofas, Mirrors, handsome ,Writing Desk, valuable Case of Minerals, Singer's Sowing Machino,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 December 1866
GENTLEMEN'S SPRING AND SUIIMMER CLOTHING. OUR purchases in the Homo and Continental Marketa are now to hand, and to which we invite special attention. The Newest Styles of Coatings In West of England Elastics, Ribbs and Meltons, Ulius, of Chipping Norton, celobrated Twoeeds, For Riding Trousers and Pants, now m!xtures. All the different makes of West of Englanmd and Scotch Trousorings. Fancoy French Cashmore and Quilting \Veostings. Superior Waterproof Tweed Ovoereoatings. Russell Cords, Alpacas, China Silk, And Other Light Materials for Summer Wear. ALL GOODS THOROUGIIHLY SHRUNK Before being mado up. Patterns and Instructions for Self.Moasuremont souent free by post, on application. A Large and Fashionable STOCK OF READY-MIADE CLOTHING. OUTFITS TO ENG.LAND -* And all parts of the World, on the Shortest Notice. Modorato Charges. First.class Cutters and Workmen employed on the promises. 000KSON AND BROWN, SUC0ESSOISS TO G. AND J. ESPIE. WHITE DRESS SHIRTS. The attention of gentlemon ...
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 December 1866
NOTICE. The following are the Rntes of Subsvription £foi the Bacchuts Marsh Evprcss --Single Copy, Foutr-. pence. Quarterly, Four Shlllings; by pos, Five Shillings. For Advertisements of One Inoh and under, 2s. d,' For uvery succeedingInch, 2s. Adver tlsoements intended to be inserted for a lengthened period, or immediately preceding the lending articl, as per agreement, Notices of Births, Marriages, or Deatho, is. each.
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 December 1866
IMPOUNDINGS. SBACOIRUS MARSL.-Impounded 24th Nooemn ber. from the Bullengarook Bun, trespass od Brindle and white heifer, like J S in otrcle off rnmp (the S a book), JS in chicle oaff thigh, If not olanimed and expenses paid, to be sold 26th December, W. Anderson, Poundkeeper. WYNDHAM,--Impounded at Wyndham Shire Pound, Little liver, 27th November, by Mr. J. Reos. Trespass Pd. Bay horse, rig, off hind foot white, JMID notr neck (the MD conjoined.) If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 26th Decembor. Frederick Rylanmd, Poundkeeper, GISBORNE.-Impounded at Gisborne. Black horse, small star, shod, TF near shoulder, like Hi near neck. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 26th December. IH. R. Dixon, Poundkeeper. B1ALLARAT,-.mpounded at Ballarat Town Pound, 20th November, by Mlanangers of Town Common. Dalmages, is. each. 3Black horse, like O over L (hook S) near shoulder, switch tail, O off shoulder; light.brown filly, hind fbet white, silver tail bay colt, hind fetlo...
BLACKWOOD MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 December 1866
BLACKWOOD MINING NEWS. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) The True Blue have crushed 75 tons which yielded 82 ounces of melted gold. The Canadian, Nuggety Gully, crushed 19 tons, which gave upwards of 4 ounces of gold. The Grace Egerton has again turned out well, and the prospects of this company are rapidly improving. All the reefs are in full work, and on the whole, mining never looked better at Barry's Reef and its vicinity. A good reef has been reported to have been struck on the Bald Hill, Golden Point, which it is hoped may again revive the palmy days of that neighbourhood. There seems to be an unusual amount of energy at present displayed in prospecting new lines of reefs, and taking up old and abandoned claims, many of which, such as the Frenchman's, Cana- dian, and others will pay well, with the application of efficient and practical labour together with good machinery.
BLACKWOOD. 12th December, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 December 1866
BLACKWOOD, (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) 12th December, 1866. MINING NOTES are valuable, inasmuch as they tend to indicate the prosperity, or otherwise, of joint-stock companies. They also, in a great measure, regulate the prices of mining shares in the market, and serve as guides to those who buy and sell. In such a place as Ballarat they may be said to be indispensable; for, in their absence, share-dealing would become such a game of hazard, that none but the most speculative would invest their capital in the dark. Accurate and reliable intelligence, therefore, is of the utmost consequence to the investor, who naturally, and to a greapt extent, bases his calculations upon its veracity. If false representations are made, he is, of course, misled; and the party who made them is clearly, and very properly, chargeable with duplicity. Deception in such matters may serve a nefarious purpose for the time being, and we know that it often does; but, sooner or later, it meets with its deser...
PUBLIC MEETING, BLACKWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 December 1866
PUBLIC MEETING, BLACKWOOD. A CORRESPONDENT, from whom we shall be glad to hear again, sends us the following report:" A public meeting was held on Tuesday last for the transaction of general business, at Mr.T. &nbsp; Williams' Hotel, Mr. F. W. Sherwood in the chair. Proposed by Mr. Hausmann, seconded by Mr. Hudson, senior--"That Mr. Vinson bo secretary for the meeting," Carried. Proposed by Mr. Hudson, seconded by Mr. Eccles, and supported by Mr. Vinson-" That Mr. E. Baber is a fit and proper person to fulfil the office of Justice of the Peace for Blackwood." Proposed by Mr. Eccles, secouded by Mr. Vinson-" T'hat a committee be appointed to wait upon Mr. Baber, to ascertain if he would accept of the office if elected," Mr. Hudson and Mr. Eccles were appointed. Mr. Hausmann stated that the Kyneton Road Board would assist the Blackwood people to their utmost in obtaining roads and bridges. With regard to the school, he (Mr. Hausmann) had received a communication from the autho...
A MILLIONAIRE'S HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 December 1866
A MuIION Isax:'s lHo.'r.-The lParis correspond out of the Mori j 8la,', having recently visited liaron James Do Rothschild's princely chateau at Forriores, describes what he saw there :-"You enter by a flight of marble steps, a vestibulo, which opens on one of thie imoi;t slpacious halls in Europe, furnished, hIowever, as aL receptionl room, and lighted from the roof, which is of muffled glass, from. behind which at night a system of gas illuminates the vast space, snomewhat as has beon so successfully carrled out at the Chatelet. A gallery runs round the upper part of the hall, on which suites of party rooms open, while on the ground floor the reception and family apartments open on the hall. P'urple velvet portiers have an admirableo oeffect at each end of this splendid sallc, which has been constructed on the most porfect acoustic principles, the resuilt of which is that the oeflect of music executed here is marvellous?. Ordi nary paperhangisngs are banished, and each room is hlu...
MY CRUELTY TO MY RELATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 December 1866
MY CRUELTY TO MY RELATIVES. : I IHAe au aunt coming to visit me for the i:. first time since my marriage, and I don't know what evil genius prompted the wicked. ness (I acknowledge with tears in my eyes that it was such) which I perpetrated toward.s my wife and my ancicnt relative. ". My (ear," said I to my wife, (o the day beflbro my aunt'H arrival, "you know Aunt Mary is cominig to-morrow; well, I forgot to mention a rather annoying circuinstance with regard to her. She's very deaf; and although she can hear my voice, to which she is accustomied, in its ordinary tones, yet you will be obliged to speak extremely loud in . order to be heard. It will be rather incour vonient, but I know you will do everything in our power to make her stay agreeable." SMra. 8. announced her determination to Smake herself heard if possible. - I then went to John Thomas,'who loves a joke about ats well as iany pteroni I know of, told him to be at my house at 6 p. m., on the following evening, and felt c...
CHANGE OF FORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 December 1866
CHANaE OP FIO;RUSE.--T'he ~ rench correspon dent in Lan ad Iand Wate, relates the fol!owing inci dent of Count Bismarcek's life:-"In 154li BGimarck was twenuty-six years old, and had just past his civil service examnination. He went to the chief of his department, and was told to wait in the auto room. At the end of half an hour ha exhibited s;ymptions of great irrit:ation; three.qiarters of an hour passed, and ihe pulled offt' his gloves anud tore thlem. TWhen he had waited an hour and a half he got up, and was leaving the room, when the gon tlueman he w'as waiting for opened the door, and asked him what he inquired. ' Sir, an hour and a half ago I wished to speak with you, but I desire to do so no longer.' And young Bismarck went away. Twenty-two years later Otto Edward Leo pold de Bismarek was first Minister, and paid an offlicial visit to a certain prefect. The Ministor was shown into hIis apartment by the prefect and was about to retire. ,Well air, said the Count, you must ackn...
IRRIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 December 1866
Itrn~o'r?.-.Tho Lachlan country is un dergoing vast ilmprovements in respect to water supply. Mr. Tyson is steadily eI?rs ing his operations on a scale of increasing magnitude. lo has commenced cutting a vast dyle, or canal, from a point of tlhe Lachlan RIiver near to Oxley, into a dry or blind creek eight miles dlistalnt in the nearest ' point from the river, The canal will be seven miles long and sixteen feet wide nt the bottom, and will supply a flow of water over seventy eight miles of country. The cost of the works is estimated at £14,000. In addition to this canal,large dyke-wclls are being sunk six feot by thrc, twenty, thirty, anti borty milesafrinom the river. A bucket to hold sixty gallons is used, !old raisedl to the surtihee in ono minute by means of a horse whimn.
AGRICULTURAL. FAT AND FLESH. (BOSTON CULTIVATOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 December 1866
. AGRIO ULTUR AL. i: - .. AT AND FLESH, (nosToN CoULTIVATOn.) SThIE?E essentials of human diet are drawn from earth and air by the vegetable kingdom; grass S and grain, roots and herbage, furnished the raw material from which domesticated animals manufacture these important articles. The -; mineral ]kingdom is the basis of the vegotable, without which the animal would soon become extinct. Grass and grain are the constituoents ?': of flesh, the starch and sugar thereof forming the fat. Dr. Piesso says in one hundred parts of wheat are ten pounds of flesh: in one hundred parts oatmeal, nearly double tha;t amount. Oats are therefore better for horses on account of the flesh forming principle, rather than fat, muscle being what is needed for a horse. F:or thttcning purposes corn is better. r When flesh is eaten the system appropriates whatis already formed, but would take it friom which vegetable or flour. The flesh-mlaking p: rinciple, or the flesh itself in its constituents, ' goes to...
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 22 December 1866
COURTS OF PETIY SSSSIO5S BACCHUS MAI H. : WEirsAmT, DWcEKlt 129. (Before Chaikes Shcste, Eaq, P.]L) T. Peareev. J. Kebbel . Debt-1its. o*l i1?., with as. caits. W. J. Manre3tn r. B. M'Lem L na. N . No appearance. Dfiis sed. Edward BRoeh v. Thomas Mas?ire. T A8 7s. This case arcse o(t of t-e ozsS M-sguie and Kseeey in the Box ??se 314agre espressed his wUiingsa Fto : amount when he obtained the maoi*y =Ycb Rad Bord which was due for the %s . BEche had assistedto perform. Orde f:a and &61 s. costs. Ass? r.-John )l'Intyre comphslai^ . been assaulted by Mrs. Toomy. He fAe As her of "tutoring" his wife, and a qu-". . ensaed, during which M'Intyre aIa'td 1 i struckonthe oreheadwitha tickby S-E'*. : The latter denied this, although admitti i she had a stick in her hand at the tii~me quarreL Mrs.Beynoldscortborated hereri i The Bench conidered that an assault aibi committed, but under exrtnnuaing dircuz . , Mrs.Toomy was therefore fined is., ith?l i costs. Hawrsa's Lczses.-H. Hirsch...