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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 16 February 1867

NEWS OF THE WEEK. A meeting of parents and guardians of children attending the Centrel Common School, iBacchus Marsh, and of subscribers to the building, was held in the Sohoolhouse on Thursday evening last, MIr. Budd presiding. We must hold over a full report of the proceedings until next weook. The discus. sion was somewhat stormy, and resolutions to the following offect were arrived at. The Rev. Mr. Scott moved that the number of the Committee should remain as at prcent-nine. On the motion of Mr. Young, it was resolved that the number of the Coumnittce should not exceed nine, or fall below six; that one-third should retire annually, according to seniority; any'vacancy on the Com mittee to be filled up at a moeeting constituted as the present one was. This motion was carried by twenty-three votes against thirteen. On the mo. tion of Mr. Crook, it was agreed unanimously that ratepayerSa of the district, and parents and guard inns of children attending the school, also all subscribe...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 13. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 16 February 1867

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, FEB 13.   (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M.) Bencae v. Madden. Goods--£3 16s, 1d. Adjourned by consent for fourteen days. l~itehain v, Smith. Claim bfor reont--£~ 1s, 'This was a most extraordinary case. The plaintiff and defendant did not apoear to dil't-r as to sumns which had been pai, or as to the amount per week agreoed iupon for rent. Neverth(loss it occupied the Court a consider able time to arrive at the amount actually due to conmpainant. Had the matter booeen rtlrreod to a thud party, the ease need never hlave come before the Court. The Bench awarded £ 5s.; ;ith is. costs. To be.paid in a month. 'James /)onald v. D. P. Starling. Illegal detention of property. No appearance. Dis nissod, ''ltEslAss.--J. W. Swords v. Matthew and D)avid Finnin. Mr. Musgrave tbr the complainant; Mr. Cell for the defendants,. Mr. Musga'ave opened the case by\ stating that Mr. Swords was the fortunate selector of some land upon whi...

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BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 16 February 1867

BALLAN. (rnO.1 oun owN COR1RESPONDENT.) ON Tuesday evening Inst, the members of the Tallan Jockeoy Club held their first meeting at F'lack's Hotel, the object of the meeting being to form a permanent Jockey Club, and transact the business for the forthllcoming races. C. H. Lyou, Esq., was called to the chair. It was decided that there should be only one day's racing this year; and the wisdom of this decision will at once be seen. Theu chairman stated it would induce a better class of horses to compete, as the stakes would be greater. He was also glad to inflrmn the club Ithat there would be, by March next, about £00 in hand. The co'urse was now out of debt, and in future the trustees would be able, by the aid of the Club, to provide first-class races for Ballanu. The meeting was one of the best the Club bhas held, tfor the whole of the business was got through in a short time. Officers were elected, and a programnme drawn up and adopted unanimously. The program?nme is in annother pa...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 16 February 1867

MARRIAGE. LJOSTROM—ORD.—At Ingliston, near Ballan, on the 14th instant, by the Rev. Joseph Black, A.M., Jessie Paterson, relict of the late Mr. Thomas Ord, to Herr Israll Ljostrom, late of Steiglitz, on their way to Sweden.

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SELECTED POETRY. TRY AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 16 February 1867

SELECTED POETRY.   TRY AGAIN.     Try again though baffled often,   Never let the spirit sink; Perseverance rocks can soften, Brighten clouds as black as ink; Obstacles to ashes crumble, Swept by energy along; Mountains fall, and barriers tumble When the heart is firm and strong. Try again I though jeers and railing Damp the impulses that move, Tack about, and, onward sailing, Wind and weather will improve.   Storms affright but timid seamen, Coward hearts that faint and fret ; They'll blow over you and me, man, If with courage they are met. Try again: though long the distance   To the goal you seek to gain, Half the joy of our existence Is the hoping to obtain. Life were dreary, if beside us Every wish or want we crave— Desert, with no star to guide us, Tedious journey to the grave. Try again : though many a vision, Youth had conjured to your view, With its hundred joys Elysian, Has decay'd or fled from y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

Cobb & Co.'s Telegraph Line of Royal Mail COACHES. REDUCTION OF FARES! ON and after tlhe 1st February, 1807, the ful S lowing reductions wvill be madoe Ballan to KIilor Road Station .......,...,13s. Gd. Myrniong ditto ............. 10s. JOHN SAUNDERS, Proprioetor. AGRICULTURAL AGENCY, DEEDS FOR PASTURES, SUITABLE FOR J ANY DESCRIPTION OF SOIL, MAOCIINERY, IWIPLEIMENTS, SEED-GRAIN, BONE. DUST AND GUANO, oaRWan.RDED Colonial Products sold on Commission. ABRAHAM LINCOLNE, Practical Agriculturist, 48 Bourke-stroot West, Barley, Barley, H.IGIIEST CASII PRICE GlVEN FOn BARLEY, DEILIVEIRED AT THE BORDER MILLS, BAGS SUPPLIED. THREE THOUSAND throo.bushol BAGS for SALE, at from 12s, to 1Sa, per dozen. JAMES YOUNG. December 14, 1860. EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENT FOR YOUNG LADIES. No, 43 VIOTORIA PARADE, IIELBOURNEI Conduoted by MISS STONE, ASSISTED BY OOMIETENT GOVERNESSES AND MIASTEIRS. rHE course of instruction includesou Reading, T Writing, Arithmetic, Grammar, Geography; Anoient, Mode...

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BORDER FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

BORDER FLOUR MILLS. Mr. James Young reports :-Flour, £11 to £12; wheat, 4s. 3d. to 4s. Gd. per bushel; bran, is. 2d. per bushel; pollard, is. 2d. to Is. Gd.

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ITEMS BY THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

ITEMS BY TIHE ENGLII MAIL. Tim profits of the Atlantic Cable Telegraph Company may be estimated from the fact that some days since a message from Mexico to the Emperor of the French was transmitted to Paris, which cost no loss than .£5000. The document, which was in cipher, was supposed to relate to the difficulties and the course of policy of theo Emperor Maximilianu Tine well-known Crinnolls of Now York have received good nows of the stout and singloehanded Arctic explorer, C. F. Hall. It appears that lie he has succoeded in discovering, not only a great many relics of the Franklin expedition, but some docu ments which he believes were written by Captain Crozior. It appears that Mr. Hall, by living among the Esquimaux, and oxploring the country in their company, has hit upon the true method of fully unravelling the Franklin mystery. Tui wife of a labouring man out of work, who resides in Slado's-buildings, Blandford-mows, Port mani-square, presonted her husband, already the father...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

aadls ',Ilardj pques. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1867. BnuoLD the members of the Upper House refuse to pass the proposed Tariff as intro duced by the Government, an appeal to the country will convince those imbeciles that they are utterly ignorant of either the wants or wishes of the people they pretend to represent. There cannot be a doubt but that an appeal to the country, should such unfortunately be required, will strengthen the hands of the Ministry and their sup porters, and of necessity show more clearly the utter folly of a clique attempting to resist the will of the people. The lessons taught to Messrs. JosEs, Losw ,iaonE, and Company, within these last few days, cannot have failed to open the eyes of those intriguers, who, under the pretence of securing a larger amount of Protection to the people, have no real desire for anything flrther than to serve their own interests, and play into the hands of political traitors for the purpose of ousting the present Ministry. If the igno...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

IMPOUNDINGS, BACCHUS MARSII.-On 3rd February, by Mr. Connell, Damages .5, Red bull, bald face, un branded. On 7th February, by Mr. Isaac Everitt, brown filly, star, stripe, near hind fetlock white, like P or 1 off shoulder. If not claimed and ex. penses paid, to be sold 13th March. On 21st February, by C. E. Kernob, for Messrs. Green and Burt. Trespass 2s. Grey mare. hind feet shod, halter on, like large JP near shoulder, If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold 20th March. Wm. Anderson, Poundkeeper. BALLAN.-Impounded at Ballan Shire Pound. On Jan. 31, by Mr., It. Cousens, trespass 2s. White heifer, W near rump. If not claimed and expenses paid, to hbe sold on 27th Peb. On Gth Feb. by Mr. P. Canny. Damages fs. each. Bay horae, star, hind feet white, A near shoulder, a near thigh; bay horse, star, near hind foot white, JIB near shoulder; chesnut horse, star, JC near shoulder; buy horse, speckled back, collar marked, white hind feet, IC near thigh, H in circle off shoulder; brown ...

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PRESBYTERY OF MACEDON AND WERRIBEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

PRESBYTERY OF MACEDON AND WERRIBEE. THE Presbytery of Macedon and Werribhc met by appointment at noon, on Tuesday last, within the Presbyterian Church Gisborno. Present-The Rev. R. Henderson, J. Black, J. Meek, J. Scott, Ministers; and IV. Robertson, Elder, In the absence of Mr. Lambie, Mr. Hendorson was ap pointed moderator, pro tent. Mr. Henderson gave in the report of the Com mittee appointed at last meeting to consider the subject of Presbytery expenses, It was recom mended that a rate of ,£3 per antuum be levied upon each congregation, and that the salary of the Clerk be .£15 a year. It was agrccd to adopt the recomunnendation.s of the Coeunilteen, and Mr. Robertson, Wooling, was ui snaiimoucly appointed Treasurer. Mr. Meek reported that according to appointment he had visited the congregation at Nowhaim. Messrs. Purves and Rogerson. Commissioners from Newham, having been heard, it was resolved to disjoin Newhlam from Lancofield and Romnsey, it being distinctly understood that ...

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BACCHUS MARSH, BALLAN, AND PENTLAND HILLS FARMERS' SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

BIACCIUS MIARSH, BALLAN, AND PENT. LAND HILLS FARMERS' SOCIETY. A CO)MITTEE ?DEETINo of the above Society was held on Thursdkay last, at noon, at Mr. Staudfield's oflec. The members present worc--Mr. Young, in the chair j Messrs. W. Grant., Anderson, Brown, Cumnmins, G. Grant, Binney, Patterson, and Grenweoll. Minutes of previous mooting con firmed. Correspondence :-From the Ballarat Society, requesting appointment of judge of grain for ensuing grain show. Mr. Duncan was appointed. From the Glonlyon and Dalesford Society, re. questing ditto for horse stock, Mr. M'Phorson was appointed. From the Board of Agriculture, enclosing certain forms. From M. M. Cooney, requesting payment for luncheon tickets. From Mr. Forshaw, declining to act as member of Commnittee, Accounts to the amount of .934 Gs. 5d. wore passed for payment. An account from G. Williams, tr pout and rails, .~5 18s., postponed for further information, It was moved by Mr. Binney, seconded by Mr. Anderson, and carried--"Tha...

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GISBORNE. ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

GISBORNE. (FROM OUR ORRESPO DENT.) ROAD BOARD. AT a special meeting of the Board, held on the 18th February. Present--?r. W. Robert son, Chairman; ~Messrs. Junor, Hussey, and Wilson. The minutes of special meeting on 24th December, 1806, were read and confirmed. Proposed by Mrh. Hussey, seconded by MJr. Junor-" That the following resolutions, passed at the above meeting, be now con firmed and made a, special' order :-Tht the side gate of the Gisborne Junction Toll, on the road leading firom the Gisborne Railway Station be abolished." Carried. The Clerk was instructed to take the necessary steps for" carrying the above order into effect. The ordinary meeting of the Board was then held. Present-Same members. The minutes of the last meeting, on 24th December, and memorandum of business done by Committo's since that date, were read and confirmed. Letters were read from Roads and Bridges Department, requesting financial return. Ordered to be furnished. From H. London, Conference Secretar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. BACCHUS MARSH BRANCH, PAD.UP CAPIIAL . . £540,00( RESFRYEIFUND . . . £180,00( CURRENT RATES of INTERES'I ALLOWED On Money deposited in this Branch for any torn Over Thirty Days. ., NIXON BINNEY, MANAGER, . OBSERVE ! THE :HOUSE WHERE YOU CAN OBTAIN THE BEST VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY, JOHN SAUNDERS, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, BACCHUS MARSHI, rNVITES the public of ]acchus Marsh and Neighbourhood to inspect his promises, whiol are replete with a largo and varied assortment oi Groeories, Ironmongery, Drapery, and Druggist's Sundries, of the best quality, and at striotly moderate prices. [CARn.] DR. TWEEDDALE, FROM ESSENDON, SURGEON ACCOUCHEUR Has commenced the practice of his profession AT BACCHUS MARSH, Opposite thl National Bank. [CARD.] J. OSTLER, Auotioneer and Commission Agent, 81 COLLINS STREET EAST, MELDOURNE, [oAnD.] S MRS. G, TAYLOR, MILLINER, DRESSMAKER, &.,, Begs to announeoo her readiness to execute all Orders which may be left at her residence,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

(GENTLEMEN'S SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING. Ult purchases in the HIome and Continental O Markets are now to hand, and to which we invite special attention. The Newest Styles of Coatings In West of England Elastics, Ribbs and Meltono, Blbls, of Chipping Norton, celebrated 'wcds, For Riding Trousers and Pants, now mixtures. All the difnoront makes of West. of England and Scotch T'rousorings. Fancy French Caslhmore and Quilting Vestings. Superior Watorproof Tweed Ovorcoatings. Rusuell Cordu, Alpacas, China Silk, And Other Light Materials for Summer Wear. ALL GOODS THOROUGHLY SHRUNK Before being made up. Patterns and Instructions for Solf-Measurement sent free by post, on application. A Largo and Fashionablo STOCK OF READY-MADE CLOTHING, OUTFITS TO ENGLAND And all parts of the World, on the Shortest Notice. Moderato Charges. First.olass Cutters and Workmen employed on the promises. 000KSON AND BROWN, sUCOESSORS TO G. AND J. ESPIE. WHITE DRESS SHIRTS. The attention of gentlemen requiring sh...

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BALLARAT MARKET. WEDNESDAY, 20TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

BALLARAT MARKET. WEDNa?DAY, 20T FEBRUAnY. MEasRs. HNvURN AND LEONAPD reporit: Fat Cattle, medium quality, £6 5s. Fat Calves, 82s to 89s. Best wethors, say 531b to 541b, sold at from 12s to 13s. We sold for Mr. Hamilton, of Pentland Hills, 08 fat lambs, of good quality, at 18s 3d. Store Sheeop-Quotations: Wethers, 4, 6, and 8 tooth, 7s to 8s; ordinary, 6s to 7s; ewes, 2, 4, and 6 tooth, superior, 8s to 9s; ordinary, 6s to 7s; full.mouthod, 4s 6d to Os. Horses Heavy draughts, £30 to £40; good hacks and medium draughts, £20 to £25; coachers, £8 to £12; average light stock, .£5 to £10; weeds, £2 to £3.

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MARKETS. MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

MARKETS. MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 20. T?t?e M aLLss.-The trade in flour still continuss brisk, at the rates lately quoted. • Fine flour, £12 10s, seconds, 11lOs.; bran, is., to is. 3d.; pollard, Is. 3d. to is, Gd.; whoat, 3s. per bushel; meal, .25. HAY.-Owing to late rains, small supply forward, and stocks rapidly cleared. Market firm. Hay, £2 15s. to to .£4 is.; Straw, ,£2 to £2 5s. Lzva STOOK,-- nest bullocks, £7 10s. to £9 10s,; best cows, £6 10s. to £7 17s. 6d.; best wothers, 9l. to U1s.; prime lambs, Os. to 10s. M. M'CAW AND ANOTHER, Produce Brokers, Royal Horse Bazaar, Melbourne, report prices realised for the weeoo ending 20th February, 1867, as follows :-Maize, from 4s, to 4s. 4d. per bushel; wheat, 4s. 10d. to 5s. Id.; Cape barley 3s, to Bs. 2jd.; feed oats, sa. to Bs. 8d.; rye, 5s. to 7s.; blue peas, 6s. 9d. to 7s.; grey penas, s. Od. to 6s.; bran, Is. 1 d. to 1s. 3d. (bags included); pollard, is. 3d. to is. 3d. (bags included); pressed hay, £4 10s. to 05 per ton ; press...

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ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

ROAD BOARD. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Board was held on Friday, the 15th instant, the members present being Messrs. Porter (Chair man), Blackwood, and MIoylan. Correspondence read was a letter from the Assistant Commissioner of Roads and Bridges acknowledging the receipt of flood danmages accounts. From the Registrar-General, asking statistics of the Board. From Fulton and Co., respecting" the roller. From the Manager of the Plains Toll, enclosing statement of the revenue for the current month; also, cheque for the amount duo to this 'Board from the same. From the Secretary of Road Board conference. From the Manager of the Manry byrnong Toll, forwarding statement of revenue for January; also, cheque for amount due to the Board-. From Assistant Commissioner of Roads and Bridges, referring to Orders in Council for construction of main roads. Proposed by Mr. Blackwood, seconded by Mr. Moylan, and carried-" That the Clerk write the Manager of the Gap Toll, and object to the a...

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MELTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

MELTON, (FROM OUR CORnRESPONDENT.) Two deputations have waited on Mr. Grant, Minister for the Lands, durina' the last week, respecting' the disposal of? the Farmers' Common in the parish of Kororoit, when they were positively informed that the Common would be put up for selection, and that the drawing for it wrould be in Molton in about a couple of months -[We perceive by one of the Melbourne daily papers that a deputation was informed by Mr. Grant that the selection would take place in two months time, and that blocks of not less than 200 acres would be put up.-En. E'x.prese. [We much regret that our, Correspondent's remarks anent the Local School Committee are still crowded out. They are in type, and will appear next week.

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BALLAN. MONDAY, 18TH FEBRUARY. (Before J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

BALLAN. MONDAY, 18THI FEDRUARY. (Before J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M.) Senior.constable Walsh v. William Shaw, Having no visible moans of support, Prisoner discharged upon withdrawal of prosecution. Patrick Burke v, H. Cousens.-Debt, £4 is. 3d. Order for .£1 18s, Od. Costs 5s. 'Patrick Dwyer v. Thomas Lynch,-Wages, £2 10s, Order for £3 15s,, and £2 3s. Gd. costs. Same v. Same.-Assault. Damages £10. Struck out. J, Millsev. L. Davis,-Debt, .D2 18s, Order for amount claimed, and 15s, costs. J. Butterfield v. Salmo.-Dobt, 41 18s, 8d. Settled. J. Pratton v. P. Smith,-Assault. Damuages, £20. Damages is., costs is. Margarot Doyle v. Francis Miller.-Profano and obscene languaga in a public place. Fined £10. To be paid in throe equal fortnightly instalments, or, in default, throoe months' imprisonment with hard labour, Patrick Burke v. Justin Begyartz.-Fraud summons on order for £4 13s, 5d, and 8s, costs. On non-appearance of defendant and personal service of summons being proved, order of com mitm...

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