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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 19 June 1915
BEREAVEMENT NOTICE. R. and MRS. ARTHUR HINE wish to thank all friends for kind ex pressions of sympathy during their sad bereavement; especially do they thank Rev. T. W. Davis, for his kindness. DEATH. SIMPSoN.-On 18th June, at Melbourne, Dulcie Irene, dearly beloved third daughter of John and Emma Simpson, "Loloma," Bacchus Marsh, loving sister of Gertrude, and Mrs. F. 0. Pearce, John, Frederick,. Herbert, and James, after a long illness. Aged 25 years. was S atUeYsNad 1t ,195 . SATURDAY, JUaN 19, 1915.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 19 June 1915
The SUBDIVISIONAL SALE Of the well-known Ingliston Estate CONTAINING 10,250 ACRES. And situated between BACCHUS MARSH and BALLAN. Is now proceeding. For PLANS, full particulars, and right to inspect, apply to the Sole Agents: H. A. WOOD & CO., National Mutual Buildings, 395 Collins St., Melbourne, and Swan Hill; or Geo. A. BENCE, Kerang. THURSDAY, June 24. At 11.30a.m. sharp. Ballan Market. -.L. A. FAIRBAIRN & Co. will Sell, at their Commercial Yards, on above date. 300 CATTLE: Including usual drafts of Fat, Store, Young, and Dairy -Cattle. 550 SHEEP. Comprising lots Breeding Ewes, Store Wethers and Lambs, and odd pens of Fat and Store Sheep. HORSES, PIGS and SUNDRIES. MONDAY, June 28. Bacchus Marsh Market. McPHAIL BROS. & Co. will sell at Bacchus Marsh at 12.30 p.m. sharp Fat and Store Cattle, Milkers and Springers. 25 backward and forward SPRINGERS. 1 pure Ayrshire BULL, 2-yrs. old. 50 Merino Ewes. Pigs, Sheep, and Sundries. A. BURBIDGE, Agent. TO-NIGHT! TO...
FOOTBALL. (By Eye Witness.) [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 19 June 1915
FOOTBALL. (By Eye Witness.) To-day's matches :-Melton v. Bac clius Marsh; Maddingley v. Exford. Bacchus Marsh team- McEachern Densley (2), Edwards (2), Boyd, Landells, Hanson, Jones, Dwyer, Bourke, Grant, Vallence, Ashby, Hughes, Guilfoyle, Burbidge, Wit tick, Robinson, Hogg, Slack, Allan, Scott. Cox, Leonard. Conveyances will leave Border Inn at 1.30 sharp. Bacchus Marsh and Exford Stars met in Maddingley Park on Satur day.. The game was very uninterest ing, and better football will have to be given if we are going to ask the public to pay to see it. Bacchus Marsh had an easy win, and should have put up a big score, only their kicking was again at fault. Final scores-Bacchus Marsh, 10 goals 26 behinds; Exford Stars, 2 behinds.
THE EMPIRE'S CALL. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 19 June 1915
THE EMPIRE'S CALL. To the Editor of the Express. Dear Sir,-I see in your paper a list of men who have enlisted for active service in the A.I.F. To these you can add the following, who are natives of Myrniong-Cyril C. Brittlebank, Andrew Brittlebank, and also James Kirkwood, a one time resident of Myrniong. The first and last named are in the 13th Light Horse, 4th Brigade, and are now on the. way to the front.-Yours faithfully, CHARLES C. BRITTLEBANK. Elsternwick. The following have responded from Bacchus Marsh and district: Wim. Brennan, Jas. Bushby, Isaac Brunt, Raymond Boyd. Frank Crook, Webb Crook, Chas. Crook (one family), Wm. Clark, J. R. Calderwood, W. G. Chippindall, Richard Croton, Jas. Cosgrove. Norman David Davidson, Chas. Edwards, Reginald Evans. Alf. Farrow (wounded.) Arthur Gladman. Arthur Hine (killed). Henry Lay, Chas. Lyle, Hugh Lockwood. Alex. Murdoch (killed), William Morton, Geo. Moore, David Roy -Moore, Jas. H. Moore, Chas. Arthur Moore (one. family), Edwd. Marsh...
BACCHUS MARSH FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 19 June 1915
BACCHUS MARSH FIRE BRI GADE. The Brigade has decided not to hold its annual dance this year, as members considered it was not a time for festivities,- owing to the disastrous war. The Brigade has voted £2/2/ to the local Red Cross fund; and an effort will be made to further sup plement the same fund by inviting the Chief Officer (Lieut.-Colonel Marshall) to deliver his interesting lecturette on "The War." The plans for the proposed new Fire Station have been revised and approved of. Tenders for same will be invited at once.
BACCHUS MARSH AGRICULTURAL & PASTORAL SOCIETY. Thursday, June 17. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 19 June 1915
BACCHUS MARSH AGRICULT URAL & PASTORAL SOCIETY. Thursday, June 17. Annual meeting. Present-Messrs W. P. Robertson (President) J. D. .Cameron, W. Grant, W. G. Hegarty, J. B. Doherty, P. F. Emmett, J. A. Brown, W. Kerr, R. W. Kerr. G. F. Ramsey, C. F. Hegarty (Secre tary.) -The annual report and balance sheet were adopted on motion of the President and Mr. J. B. Doherty. Officers elected :- Presideht, Mr. J. D. Cameron. Vice-Presidents, Messrs. W. Grant and H. J. Brown ("Nerowie," Parwan.) Treasurer, Mr. W. Grant. Auditors, Messrs. W. Williams and C. E. Powell. Del egate to Chamber of Agriculture, Mr. W. P. Robertson. The retiring members of Commit tee were re-elected, and the follow ing added to fill vacancies-Messrs. D. F. O'Keefe, A. Winderlich, H. J. Brown ("Nerowie," Parwan), Geo. A. Britnell, J. B. Doherty, James Urquhart, and H. Smith ("Gnotuk Park," Coimadai.) The question of holding the next show arose, and it was decided to call a special meeting of members for Thurs...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 19 June 1915
Final Clearance of LADIE' JACIKE'TS We have about a dozen Ladies' Jackets left in stock, ;:and have marked them down to COST PRICES, and .: some UNDER COST, They are all Good, and the K Leading Styles, as now worn. i: We have a few SPORTS COATS left, which are also : REDUCED to the same rates. ALL REAL BARGAINS. UBAI 0 COMMERCS, BACHOUS I 8AB8. ' . ^n: , . -. . . . . -. , -.l ri -., . :,i^ -.?h , :. :. .E`or ~~oni;o iVo~odn' Glreo~ Chest. ~Cs~ Ip 5:: ~: ··~.:~ '· ·-'-· - ·u·~~ :.i·ri·.i; Sii~l~. z:_ ~:II. ·· ·· ··r I".:::~;·i·:Q ~"- I Id-·L. ·~-. .;P'-'?'·'"i-:~:;~::·i!·:·1:i······-: ~:1~:i~ ·:~~: ss r~j~-l~s,·;· ·r-·.~·~ ~·i~:i·'· i·' :,· ··----·~-~;;i.":; -r. CHILBLAINS. Bad circulation is primarily the cause of chilblains.. This can be promoted by plenty of outdoor exer cise, which, with the external ap plication of Chamberlain's Pain Balm allays the itch and prevents the chilblains breaking. Sold by W. Grant Mortonh, Bac chus Marsh, and A. Comben & Co. Werribee. What fat...
WERRIBEE ELECTRIC LIGHT. OFFICIAL OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 19 June 1915
WERRIBEE ELECTRIC LIGHT. OFFICIAL OPENING. The town of Werribee has had ah awakening - during the last few years. Improvements all the time ; going on. A reticulated water sup :. ply for the town has been prbvided; .electric light scheme installed by the Shire (officially opened on Mon day); and erection of Municipal market yards (to be opened to-day.) How the electric light scheme is - to be financed is interesting. The first loan was £4000, repayable in 20 years; interest, 5 per cent., amounting to £200 per annum, pay able half-yearly; principal being re duced by purchase of two debentures of £100 each during each year of the currency of the loan. This amount was hardly sufficient to pay for the works and further extensions, and the Council decided to borrow an additional £1000, which was obtained at 4- per cent. This loan is repayable by ,60 uni form half-yearly instalments of £31 8/9, principal and interest combined, and will be liquidated in 1944. The * total loan liability is ...
RED CROSS FUND. Bacchus Marsh and District. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 19 June 1915
RED CROSS FUND. Bacchus Marsh and District. The heon. Sec. (Miss Beatrice W. Anderson) acknowledges, r with thanks: Bacchus Marsh Fire Brigade, £2 2/. Mrs. W. Horder, 5/. Per Mrs. Jas. Morton (Pentland Hills)-Mrs. J. Linsdell, :sen., £1; Mrs. Jas. Lidgett, 10/; Miss Benie Dugdale, 10/. Also from' Mrs. -H. Lidgett, shirts and towels; Mrs. John Dugdale, blanket, sheet, pillow cases, jam and old linen; Mrs. Jack Campbell, towels and books; Miss May Dugdale, socks. Socks from Mesd. T. H. Pearce, E. Gordon Morris, Jack Cowan, J. Phillips, Miss Pearce, Miss Nellie Pearce. Mrs. Jas. Morton (P.H.) blanket and old linen; Mrs. T. H. Pearce, cushion; Mrs. C. Watson, -pillow cases. Parcels of old linen from Mesd. T. G. Pearce, A. Burbidge, and Miss White. Washers from Mesdames T. G. Pearce, W. Anderson, and Miss Connie Edwards. Sent away-32 shirts, 18 pairs of socks, 15 washers, 2 blankets, 2 pairs pillow cases, 4 towels; 1 sheet, 1 cushion, books and paicel5 of old linen, and jar of jam. A mee...
DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 19 June 1915
DEBATING SOCIETY. At the last meeting there was a debate on "Should the Totalisator be legalised?" Mr. J. A. Johns argued that it should, as it had a beneficial effect wherever introduced. It was machine betting in place of the bookmakers, of whom there were 800 licensed in Melbourne, apart from other parts of the State. The bookmakers and their clerks were as dodder to lu cerne-parasites. The totalisator would confine betting to the race course, and 10 per cent. of the tak ings would assist their charities to the extent of £100,000. The drink traffic was legalised, and a source of revenue to the State, why not the totalisator ? Cr. J. Wills disapproved of legal ising a vice. If the State took 10, per cent. out of the betting public by the totalisator it would be taking more than the bookmakers did. It was said the public made the odds with the machine, whereas the book maker made his own odds. That was not so. The State asked parents to bring up their families good citi zens, but b...
REPORT AND BALANCE SHEET [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 26 June 1915
REPORT AND BALANCE SHEET To the Members of the Bacchus Marsh Agricultural and Pastoral So ciety. Ladies and Gentlemen,-We have pleasure- in presenting the Report and Balance Sheet for the year 1914, and when we take into account the severe drought that the district has passed through, together with the depressing effect brought about by -the terrible upheaval on the Contin ent (in which our Empire is taking so prominent a part on behalf of liberty and. humanity) we consider the results of the yeai"'s operations fairly satisfactory. Though our funds have been ma terially depleted, we closed the fin ancial year with- a small credit bal ance-sufficient to carry us through to the. next year, when we hope. for a prosperous season, and renewed energy among our Committee, to make up the leeway caused by the past disastrous period. Notwithstanding the general de pression, the Annual Show was a successful one, and compared favor ably with any of the provincial Shows of the State held during ...
BACCHUS MARSH AGRICULTURAL & PASTORAL SOCIETY. Thursday, June 17. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 26 June 1915
BACCHUS MARSH AGRICULT TURAL & PASTORAL SOCIETY. Thursday, June A7. Annual meeting. Present-Messrs W. P. Robertson (President) J. D. Cameron, W. Grant, W. G. Hegarty,, J. B. Doherty, P. F. Emmett, J. A. Brown, W. Kerr, R. W. Kerr. G. F. Ramsey, C. F. Hegarty (Secre taiy.) The annual report and balance sheet were adopted on motion of the President and Mr. J. B. Doherty. Officers elected:- President, Mr. J. D. Cameron. Vice-Presidents, Messrs. W. Grant and H. J. Brown ("Nerowio," Parwan.) Treasurer, Mr. W. Grant. Auditors, Messrs. W. Williams and C. E. Powell. Del egate to Chamber of Agriculture, Mr. W. P. Robertson. The retiring members of Commit tee were. re-elected, and the follow ing added to fill vacancies-Messrs. SD.F. .O'Keefe, A. Winderlich, H. J. Brown ("Nerowic," Parwan), Geo. A. Britnell, J. B. Doherty, James Urquhart, and H. Smith ("Gnotak Park," Coimadai.)
Bacchus Marsh Observation Station. Readings for 24 hours on dates specified Week ending June 24, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 26 June 1915
Bacchus Marsh Observation Station. Readings for 24 hours on dates speoified Week ending June 24, 1915. Date. Max. Max. Min. Bain in suni. in shade.jin shade. fall. F. 18 91 55 40 1 8. 19 108 63 42 2 Su 20 110 61&lt; 42 - M. 21 93 60 44 15 . Tv 22 97 58 40 4 W. 23! 107 57 45 1 TH 24' 106 60 40 1 Gardeners who have occasion. to transplant many seedlings of let tuce or beets to the open field, espec ially when irrigation is not avail. able, sometimes experience consid erable loss from drying of the young plants.' One cause of this may be assigned to weak plants with soft leaves and few roots. Another fre quent cause is the failure to reduce the leaf surface before setting in the field. Almost always when plants are, pulled from the seed bed many roots are lost, and to balance up the water supply and demand in the plant, parts of the top should also be removed. In many cases these tips "or even the whole leaves would dry up anyway, and the grower may as- well keep the water they...
COMING EVENTS: [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 26 June 1915
COMING EVENTS: Monday, June 28.-Lecturette by Lieut.-Col. Marshall. -Wednesday, June ,30.- Fairy pan tomliine, Bacchus Marsh. Wednesday; July 77- Melton cours Saturday; July 17.-- Methodist Church .Concert, Staughton -Vale. 'Friday. July, 23.-Ball at Toolern Vale. . Wednesday, Aug. 11.-Melton courseng. Wednesday, Aug, 25.-Hibernian ball, Bacchus Marsh. :Thurisday,- Oct. 21.- Werribee show. Wednesday; Oct. 27.- Bacchus IM'arsh show; 2. Wednesday, Nov: 24.- Ballan sho'w.
BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. Bacchus Marsh and District. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 26 June 1915
BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. Bacchus Marsh and District. Another £30 has been sent away this week by the Treasurer (Mr. T. Anderson), making a total of £330. There are a few outstanding promised donations, which the Treas urer would be pleased to receive. The Committee wish to acknow ledge, with thanks, thie following. donations - Bacchus Marsh Mechanics' Insti tute, :£2/2/. Dr. W. B. Ryan (4th instalment) 10/.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 26 June 1915
THE Federal Parliament is busy with its referenda Bills, prepara tory to the next. general election. This cannot be avoided. The State Parliament is busy with its night mare-the Greater Melbourne Bill, which is necessitated by Mr. Gillies' error in handing over the streets to a tramway company,, instead of attaching them to the State-rail ways, which will be their ultimate fate. Strong leaders are needed in both Parliaments. Those in power lack individuality. We have had nice mild rains for the week, amounting to 16 points. The crops are growing nicely, and are now covering the ground well, but the grass is still very shy. Some of the earlier, crops aare a little weedy. On Saturday week,; July 3rd, Messrs. McPhail Bros. will hold their monthlily market at Melton. Christ Church, 27th inst., Fourth Sunday after Trinity :- Melton, morning and evening; -Toolern Vale, 11; Rockbank; 3; Railway Station, 7.30. A complimentary farewell was tehdered to Corporal. "Jack" Mac Pliersoil oi Fiiday...
BACCHUS MARSH AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 26 June 1915
?,BACOHUS MARSH AGRICUL TURAL SOCIETY. A special. meeting of members was held on Thursday last, to de cide whether the annual show should be held. The President (Mr. J. D. Cameron) presided. Mr. W. P. Robertson. (ex-Presi dent) thought It would be foolish not to hold a show, .as they would lose touch with their members and supporters; and would also lose the Government . subsidy. The policy now was to hold the show, as the prospects of the season were good. Reduce the prize list. He moved that the show be held. Mr. W. Grant said stockowners assured himnt that it would be impos sible to get stock into show coindi tion. There would be trouble. col lecting for a decent prize list, with out which they would not get many exhibits. If they had "a show the prize, list would have .to be cut down to suit the times. The President thought it. better. to lose a little rather than forego the show. Things would be very much improved by October. Mr. W. G. Hegarty said it would be .a inistake to dr...
WERRIBEE. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 26 June 1915
WERRIBEE. At the annual meeting of the Werribee Agricultural -Society the balance , sheet sliowed receipts amounting to £431, and the year finished with a debit of 10/1, al though on the actual year's opera tions there was a small profit. The Secretary (Mr. C. W. Tyzack) re signed his position, as he found it impossible to devote the time away from his private business. 1H. did so with a great amount of regret, having held the positi9n from the foundation of the Society eight years ago. Mr. A. D. Rowan was elected to the position. There were 32 members present out of the 36. Mr. John Ball is .the President again, fot the seventh year; and Messrs. M. E. Walter and Jas. Browne were re-elected Vice-Presidents; Mr. G. T. Chirnside and Captain J. P. Chirn side, together with the Parliamen tary representatives, were, elected Patrons. The Delegates for Wanga ratta Conference-Messrs. John Ball, James Browne, D. F. Sewell, G. S. Gordon, R. R. Kerr. The date of next show, Thursday, Oct. 21.