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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 9 February 1867
NEWS OF THE WEEK. We are authorised to state that a Commission to- consider applications under the 42nd Clause of the Amending Land Act, will sit at Bacchus Marsh on Tuesday week, the 19th inst., and at Ballan on the following day. It will thus be seen that the Commission will precede the County Court sitting at Bacchus Marsh, and follow that of Ballan. A meeting of members of the Bacchus Marsh Race Club was held on Monday evening, There were present--Messrs. Bence, Cuthbortson, A. Murdoch, B. Wilkinson, J. E. Crook, E. Jones, Vere Quaile, T'. Taubmnan, and W. E. Standfield, hon. secretary. Mr. Crook was voted to the chair. Moved by Mr. Cuthbertson, seconded by Mr. Murdoch-"That the annual races take place on Friday, 22nd March." Carried. Moved by Mr. Bence, seconded by Mr. Wilkinson, and carried .'That the following gentlemen be nominated as Stewards, viz., Messrs. Brown, Burtt, D. Harbord, T. Taubman, J. Tyson, W. Johnson, J. Cuthbert- son, R. Bence, A. Murdoch, and John Saunders,...
SELECTED POETRY. A WIFE'S APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 9 February 1867
SELECTED POETRY. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A WIFE'S APPEAL. [The following lines are from the pen of an American lady, and their circulation in the United States is said to have been attended by the hap- piest results.] You took me, William, when a girl, unto your home and heart, To bear in all your after-fate a fond and faithful &nbsp; part; And tell me have I ever tried that duty to forego, Or pined there was not joy for me when you were sunk in woe ? No; I would rather share your tear than any other's glee, For though you're nothing to the world, you're all the world to me. You make a palace of my shed, this rough-hewn bench a throne, There's sunlight for me in your smiles, and music in your tone; I look upon you when you sleep—my eyes with tears grow dim, &nbsp; I cry, 'Oh, Parent of the Poor, look down from heaven on him ; &nbsp; Behold him toil from day to day, exhausting strength and soul ; Oh, look with mercy on him, Lord, for thou ...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 16 February 1867
IMPOUNDINGB, BALLAN.--lmpouun!el at Bllian Shire P'ound. L6th January, by Mlr. J, O'Colnnor. Trespass 6d,, ohb. Brown filly, star, stripe and snip, little white off hind foot, G near shoulder; bay filly, tar, hind feet white, G near shoulder; black filly, star, G near shoulder; brown colt, star and snip, Itind feet white, G near shoulder; black colt, star and snip, hind feet white, G near shoulder; black colt, star, G near shoulder; bay colt, star, G near shoulder; bay filly, like A before Cf near shoulder; iron-grey horse, blaze, blotch Ibefore blotched W off shoulder; bay mare, 2 over D off Ishoulder, JK conjoined over horizontal W over Q near shoulder; hay filly, progeny, unbranded; brown mare, star, off hind foot white, EL near shoulder; brown horse, star, hind feet white, collar marked, JG or JZ near shoulder; bay colt, star and snip, hind feet white, JS off shoulder. On 22nd January, by UC. 11. Lyon, Esq. Cheutit mareo, blazo, white hind foot, A near shoulder; roan horse, blaz...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 16 February 1867
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. T.ia P. and O. Company's srteamer Geelong arrived in the BtIay on T'uesday evening, at midnight. The news is very uninteresting. We give the leading items: T'he Queen is at Osborne. The Prince and Princess of Wtales are at 8and. ringlham. T'he Prince has recovered from his recent indis position. After Christmas Prince Arthur goes to Woolwioh us a cadet. A great reform demonstration took place on tihe 3rdDecember. Tihe weather was very unfavour able;u it was raining the whole day. The number of working men taking part in the procession was estimated at 23,000. Everything passed off in perfect order and quiet. A sRequel to the monster meeting was held on the following evening in St. James's Hall, when Mr. Bright made a long speech advocating reform, and announced tlhat another and larger working umen's meeting would be held in Hyde Park on the Monday before the assom bling of Parliament, T';hree yachts, the property of American owners, left New York on the...
BALLAN SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 16 February 1867
BALLXN SHIRE COtUNCIL. W\D2UYSeas, :FRunvanY 18, PREsENT--Couneillor nauphlerson, in the chair; Councillors Osborne, Atkinson, MVill. yard, Blake, Mairs, and Short. CORRESPODENCE, IFr. Steavenson, for return of receipts, and patyments in 1865 and 186630. Mr.Christopher son, relative to reserve at Blacklwood Reser voir. MIr. Wallace, relative to thistles at Blnllark. Mr. Stonavoenson, relative to in. spection of Mlain Road works. MIr. Turner, relative to vouchers for Main Road works. Papers relative to Myruiong Bridge. Regis trar-General, for statistical returns for 1866. Mr. Musgrave, in reference to Harbord v. Council. Poundkeeper's answer to Council's letter of the 2nd instant. Reoport of Conm mittee appointed to confer with 3Ir. Ocook, in the case Harbord v. Shire Council. Shire Engineer's report on E. M 'Kernan's letter relative to metal on his Main Road Contracet. Ditto, report on Mr. Brown's letter relative to deepening drain on Main Road. Petition of inhabitnuts relating to i...
BALLAN COUNTY COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1867. CAUSES UNDER £20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 16 February 1867
BALLAN COUNTY COURT. TUVnD?Y, FEDRUARY 19, 1867. CAUSEs VNDER .£20. MD'Gowan v F, M'Guinncss. Gco.la-.CZ 15e, 6d. Same v H., 'Guinness. Same-£17 Be. 6d. Whale v Cousens. I)amages--£19 19s. Bull v Same. Semne-.19 1os, Carey v R, Cooper. Samo--£4. Samo v R. Molloy. Same--£4, Letts v Charles. Promuises-£14. MI'Kay v Osborne. Dumages-.-.B19 19. SunLo v \W. M'Guinness. Goods--.8 14s. Sameo v Ready. Saino--.6 Be. 8d. Hill v Downing. Sauiue--4, 17s, Gd, OGock v Sufton. Bill of costs--2 4,. Sd. Musgrave v Mullane. Promises--J2 3s, 4d. Same v Husbaund. Worlk--.1 1?,. Dunsmoreo v Martiu. Goods-- 2 18s, Gd. Samo v M'Neil. Stmo---2 189s. Gd, Vigor v Baxter. Siuno--.5 1i. Old. ialoy v. Tyrrell. Sam;--,' 1s. 7d. Same v BIaldcro. Smine--.12 14s, Decker v Smnithers. Snmo--i4 14s. 8d. Beart v lF?orgueon. Sa.ine-.4, 14s. Id. Same v DaIley. Samo--.£18 4'I, ,ld. Samno v Baxter, Sawmc--B.4 8. id. Musgravo v Cox. Bill of oosts--.1 11h. Same v Peters. Samo-£5 5s. Same v Muir. Samso--£1 14s. Id. Pyke v Sof...
MARKETS. MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 16 February 1867
MARKETB. MIEILBOURNE, WEDNELSDAY, FEB. 18. Tul'l ILLs.-The trade in flour still continues brisk, and without any alteration in prices having been oeffecttd. Brisk demand for colonial grown meal. Fine flour, £12; seconds, £11; Adelaide, A12; bran, ls. 2d.; pollard, is. 6d.; whoeat, 4:3. Od. to 6s.; meal, £25. IIAY.--Pries Uare' somewhat steadier. Hay, 2 li5s. to to £4 5s.; Straw, .2 to j£2 5s. LIVE STOCm--Boat bulloclks, £i5 to £8; best cows, .5 17s. 6d.; bhost wethers, les. to 12s.; fat lambs, 10s.
BALLAN. FRIDAY, 8TH FEBRUARY. (Before Walter Dunean, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 16 February 1867
BALLAN. 1UIDnY, 8rlnl FunCl3RlAnY. (Before Walter Dunean, Esq., J,P.) Mountod-constablu Quinn v Jamon Hlornby. )runk and dilorderly. Fined 10os. 'I'ueDAY, 12'rn J 3UnUAnY. (Before Potor Inglia, Esq., J.P,) Mountoed-constablo Qulnl v. John DorrioutL. Drunk and diiordcrly. Fined 5s, and 5s, costs. SEonior.coustablo Walsh v. William Shaw. fagrancy. Having no visible means of support. Repnumded till Monday next, thle 18th instant.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 16 February 1867
Gobb & Co.'s Telegraph Line of Royal Mail COACHES. REDUCTION OF FARES! -N and after the slet E'obrunlary, 1807, the fol-. st 0 lowing reductions wvill be made o Ballan to Keoilor Road Station .............. 13s, Od. C MIyrniong ditto .............. 10s. JOHN 8AUNDERS, Proprietor, ol AGRICULTURAL AGENOY. le QEED)S FOR PASTURES, SUITABLE FOR > . ANY DESCRIPTION OF SOIL, hi MAcl[NBaRY , IMt'LEOXNTS, SunED-GBAIN, BONi a DUST AND G1UANO, FORIWARDED. l Colonial Products sold on Commission, ABRAHAMI INOOILNE, . Practical Agricultilst, B 48 Jiourkeo.struol West. w h JAMES YOUNG, ANXIOUS to moot the growing requirements 11 of the districot, has much pleasure in intimating to his friends and neighbours in Bacehtis Marsh and the surrounding districts, tlhat he has opened A WIHOLESALE AND RETAIL tENERAL STORE, FOn TI1E suPPLY OF GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, 1RON-. MrONGERY, AND OTILER GOODS, Suitable for the wants of the district. FARM and DAIRY PRODUCE, of every du scripticn, will be take...
AWKWARD SLIPS OF THE PEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 16 February 1867
AWKWARDnn SarPs O 'TrIsPN,-General Taylor lmmortalised himself by perpetratin one of the grandl?t bulls on record, in which io attained what a cortaln temporary professor calls "a porfootion hardly to be surpassed." In his presldontIal addross he announced to the American Congroess thaLt the United Statos .wore at peace with all the world, and continued to ohorish rela. tions of amity towards the rest of mankind. Much aimplor was the blunder of the English officer durlng the Indian mutiny, who informed the publio that, thanks to the prompt menoasuros of Colonol Edwards, the sepoys at Fot otMachison "were all unarmoed and taken aback, and, being called upon, laid down their arms." Thoro was nothing very astonishing in an Irish paper stating that Robohl,iorro "left no childron behind him, except a brother, who was killed at the same time j" but it was startling to have an English journal assure us that JImr 'Majesty Queen Vio' oria was "the last person to wear another man's crown." Ad...
GISBORNE. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 16 February 1867
GISBORNE., (Rao, ouIn CoaU],:srONrNr.) There was a large laud sale here on Tuesday last, at which extraordinary high prices were realised. This is a proof of the wisdom of holding sales of Crown lands as near as possible to the locality in which the land is situated, HaEd these allotments been sold at Melbonrne, instead of at Gisborne, doubtless the whole of them would have fallen into the hands of one man, and at the upaUt price; certainly they would not have realised the pries they did. \e give the names of the purchasers, and the price per acre. It will be seen that, of the twenty four allotments offered, every one was sold, and only one of them at the upset price. The others varying in price firom ?5 to £18 5S, per acre. SUIIULIBAN LO'TS., County unnamed, parish of Gisborne, Adjoining the'township of Gisborne, on the road from Ieolbourne to Ceastlemaine, and on the westoern branch of the Baltwater River. Upset price, £4 per acre. Allotment 7,..Sa, Or. llp....£10 5s....D. Morand,...
PRAIRIE LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 16 February 1867
Turnus is so much originality about the man niers arnd habits of the traplper and frionticrsman, that one is struck with their pcOuliar' language or meold of OX)Oressing themselves, Ias well as ltheir sing'ulair costume. 'They are1 in fi'act, as dlistinot .and markeod a class as nsailors, and Irove as mnay odd and quaint sayings. It is generally thle commnission of orinio, soume dis aplpolntiento in life, or a natural love of adventluro anil peril, that makes these men dlesert the colnlborts of' civilised society for the wilds and hlunuts of the rod min, We can Imagino the torliblh reaction which takes pilace when the storm of passion or the wroek of' disappointed hopes sweoop over the sensitive soul;, and leaves a deosolation-a ruin of the former man. It is miisftbrltuneos like those vlhiuh scorch and dry up thie lianes feelings nome moril wirong or nijustion coiiuitted by otheors towardls them, in reveIngino, whi cl, they have been compelled to leave tllheir homes, and becomen exi...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 16 February 1867
ATUR.DAY, 'EBIUAIRYI 16, 1867. 'l'IIE Royal Commission on Education have laid their report before Parliament. The Commission had a ta?sk of extreme difliculty to perform, ned one involving a vast amount of labour in collating evidence in reforcnce to the working of tihe present system of education, and the best means Ly which that system could be improved and tadapted to our circumnstanuces and irequirements. ''lThe matters remitted to the Commission are of paramount importance to the interests of the colony, Trha qulestions which often excite the feelings andl eloquence of honourable members are of utter insignificeance compared with this mo mentons question of education, on which depends, in a great measure, what shall hbe the character and habits of the future genera- I tions of Victoria. We cannot help arriving at the conclusion that our brethren of New South Wales are now reaping the results of their fobrmer neglect in relation to this sub ject, in the lawlessness and crime whi...
PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 16 February 1867
PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. TUESDAY, FaDnUAISY 12. In the Legislative Council nothing of imlortance was done, His Excellenoy the Governor attended to give his formal assent to some routine legis. lation in connection witlh insolvenoy hlw and the appropriation of roevenu., In the Legilativeo Assembly-Mr, Blackwood presented a petition from the Clhamber of Com merce against the new tariff. Mr. Riclhardson resumed the debalte on the tariff by moving " 'That, in the opinion of the Hlouse, the proposed alterations in the tariff are not satisfactory, and neither tound to the oncouragement of colonial industry, nor the crtcnsion of conmmerce." He hld taken the stop of moving this simply as a iprotectionist nmember, as lhe was satisfied that the presenot tariff would bring the protectionisit prin ciple into contempt, and it would be said that it had failed. The Trea'l' crrr, in his speech, had said that this and that duty wnas not protective, but protcctionist menmbiors expected protection, MIr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 16 February 1867
TIIE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALA SIA. BACCHUS MARSH BRANCH, PAID.UP CAAPITAI, ,, £540,000 RESERVE FUND . ; . £180,000 (J UJRRENT RAT1' I'ES of INTEiREST ALL1OWED) On Money deposited in this Branch for any term Over Thirty I)ays.. - T. NIXON BINNEY, MANAOan?. THE IOUSE WIHERE YOU CAN OBTAIN THE BNST VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY, JOHN SAUNDERS, GENERAL STOREIKEEPIER, BACCIJUS MAlIlSI, 1NVITES the public of 'Iacehus Marsh and Nolghbourhood to in?lpect his promlsos, whloh are replete with ai largIo ,nd varied assortment of irocerlcs, Iromnongery, Drapery, and Druggist's Sundries, of the best quality, and at strictly moderato prices. MR, MUSGRAVE, 80 L I C IT 0 IR, W ILL ATTEND at the POLICE COURIT, Bacohus Mareh, overy Wednesday, and can obe CONSULTED on the pivious 'Tuesdnay at the resldonce of Mr. Hlarbord. Cona.] DR. TWEEDDALE, PROM nEthSNDON, SURGEON ACCOUCHEUR, Hal commenced the.practice of his profession AT BACO1IUS M ARSH, Opposite the Naona2l Bank. [cAnaI,,l J. 08TLE1R, Auotioneer and Com...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 16 February 1867
GEINTLEMEN'S SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING. Ul purchases in the Homo and Continental Markets are now to hand, and to which we invite spoolal attention. The Newest Styles of Coatings In West of England Elastics, Ribbs and Meltons, lhiss, of Chipping Norton, celebrated Tweeds, For Riding Trousers and Pants, now mixtures. All the diffebront makes of West of England and Scotch T'rrousoi~ngs, Fancy French Cashmere and Quilting Voestlngs. Superior Waterproof TweOed Overcontings. IlRssell Cords, Alpacas, China Silk, And Other Light Materials for Hummer Wear. ALL 000DS TIIOROUGILY SHRUNK Before being made up. I'Patterns and Instructions for Solf-.Ionasuroment Hosct froee by post, on application. A Largo and FIashLioIable BTOCK 1OF READY-MIADE CLOTHING. OUT''ILI'S TO ENGLAND And all parts of the Wlorld, on the Shortest Notice. Mlodoerateo Charges. ir'st.celass Cutters and Workmen employed on thei proemilses, 000KSON AND BROWN, 5UCC81EO8I5 TO G. ANu J. ESPIE. WIHITE DRESS SIHIRTS. The attention ...
AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 16 February 1867
A- G ] N T S. The following gentlemen have been appointed AGENTS for the Epress:- M??lbournte ................Messrs. Gonno, & GOTvH allan,...... ............M..r... , . G. FLACx. ,, Ad1erascmnents,4'c. ,, H. T. G. HoryoAt., )lackuood ................. ,, J. SAWYERS. t~ l 1on,....................... , A. BLACOKWOOD, Mdyrong .......... ..... ,, J. SWINNErrr. ,, ................ ,, H. W. SIraoneS, G???borno .................. ,, JAEx BALFroun. Gaordon~'s ...............MIosras. Inw?N & MAJoB.
THE HISTORY OF A RACEHORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 16 February 1867
Tim IIIsTOIY ov A RACEHoRSE..-The lhtsisralrd London News gives a curious account of the vicissi tudes of the olitfe of ''he Cure, a famous racing sire. The CureI began his canor well, winning the Champagne takesr, but afterwards gradually went down in the world until he found himself at Lord Airlie's breeding establihmluu nt in Scotland, where, as he was not thought much of as a sire, an attempt wae mntde to turn him into a hunter. But he doeclined to rise at his leaps, and after he had broken a groom's log he was eventuilly disposed of, lanlme, for seven and sixpence, to a doctor. This gentloman managed to get hhn sound again, and rode him for :several years as a hack in his practice, occasiontlly racing him a little with tolerable success. But some of hirs stock had, in the mea;. time, "come( out," and wore running pretty well, Lambton especially; and so 'the Cure was sold again for J'5U and some contingemcies to go back to England, whore he was. actually placed second to Voltigo...
BACCHUS MARSH COUNTY COURT. WEDNESDAY, 20TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 16 February 1867
BACCHUS MARSH COUNTY COURT. WEDNESDAY, 20TH FEBRUARY. A. Sheblor v John Barr. Goods--.4 7s. id. Same v A. Traoy. Samne-.e3 1Ls. Id. Same v Matthew Pratt. Same-- 0 18s. Sd, Vere Quaile and Hugh Meikle v Charles Dean., Same--£5 9s. 11d. Samo v William MIurray. Work--.1. Same v Francis Byrne. Goods--1l ti, SBme v Thomas Carlton, Same--.1 10s. 101. A. Shebler v DanielYowell. Same--All I10a. 10d, Same v Johnl M'Tagg6art. Sanme-- 8 5s. 104.d, Same v John Janseu, Same--AS 10s, 8d, Frank Niuholl v Thomas Fairbairo. Dishonoured hcheque-- 1 2s. 10d, Colin Todd v .l. Benee, Goode-.??4 18s. Od. John Vale v John Saunders. TIort--.35 16s. Od. Executors of Henry James v J. Bowan., Agistnment--1l4 15s, Peter Robertson v Daniel Ross, Gools--A14, Jameu Waltor Swords v Daniel Finutin.u, Trea pass-- 20. Same v Matthew Finnin. Same-.dZO, John Edols v Riohtard Bonce, Diahonoured ohoque-A28.