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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10. In the liegislative Counoil-A petition was presented against the return of Mr. Rolfe for the South.Western province. Some unimportant matters were discussed, and the House adjourned until Tuesday next. In the Legislative Assembly-A despatch was read from the Imperial Government, stating that it could not consent to any gratuity being given to Sir Charles or Lady Darling while the former was in any way connected with Her Majosty's colonial service. A correspondence was now being conducted betweoon Sir Charles and the Secretary of State for the Colonies. Mr. M'Cullo lh stated that as soon as he learnt that Sir Charles Darling had retired from Her Majesty's service, he would bring down again the vote of last session that 420,000 be granted to Lady Darling. The lion. Commissioner of Customs stated that the duty on Adelaido and Tasmanian green fruit would be 2d. per bushel, besides the wharfage rates. The debate upon the tariff was resumed by...

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BACCHUS MARSH COUNTY COURT. WEDNESDAY, 20TH FEBRUARY. (Before Judge Forbes). [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

BACCIIUS MA?I S1H COUNTY COURT, WEDNESDAY, 20 TIi EU?UARY. (Before Judge Forbes). In the following cases verdiots were given for the plaintiffs, with costs, except where otherwise stated. aseus which appeared in our cause list last week, and do not appear here, were settled out of Court. A. Shoblor v Matthew Pratt. Goods--G6 18s, 8d, Mr. Gell for the plaintiff, who denied that the goods had boon supplied. Verdict for .£2 s. 4d. oero Quailo and Hugh Meikle v Charles Dean. Samo--.5 Os. lid. Same v Francis Byrne. Goods-l1 ins. Same v Thomas Carlton, Samo--.l 16s. 10d. A. Shoblor v DaniclYowell. Same-.61l 10]. 10d. Mr. (loll for plaintiff, Mr. Miller for defendant. The latter said he considered Mir. Sheblor owed him money. Verdict for £8 10, 3d. Same v John M'Taggart. Same--,£8 5:. 10d. Counsol as in provious case. Verdict for £5 10d. 7d. Same v John Janson, Same--.E8 16j. Gd. Do. fendant admitted the debt, and had paid £2 on account. Verdict for balance. Frank Nicholl v Thomas Fairbair...

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MELTON. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

M?E LT N. DMONDAY, FII1BRUARY 18. (Before Charles Shutor, Esq., P.M.) Auguste Shoblor v. Michaol Shoa. Debt £2 12s. 10s. Ordored to pay -1 12s. 10s., with 8s. coats. A. Blackwood v. R. E. Minus, Debt--.2 Os, 4d. Ordored to pay £1 18s. 6d. and 5s. costs.

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. FRIDAY, 22nd FEB. (Before Dr. Rae, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

COURTS OF PETTY SESBIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. FmrDAY, 22nd FEB. (Bofore Dr. Rao, J.P.) AssAL'r.--John M'Iutyro was summoned to show causeo why his recognizance to keep the peace towards his wife should not be estreated; hoe hav ing assaulted her on the 20th Doe. last, while such recognizance was in force. The assault was proved, and as M'Intyro confossed his inability to pay thu amount of his own recognizanco (.50) he was coni mitted to custody, and the recognizance of his two sureties in .250 each were ordered to be ostrcated.

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BALLAN COUNTY COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1867. (Before Judge Forbes). [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

BALLAN COUNTY COURT. TUESDAY, FBnRUARY 10, 1867. (Beforew Judge Forbes). In the following oases verdicts wore given for the plaintiff, with costs, unless otherwise stated. Cases omitted in this list, and published in our Cause list last week, were settled out of Court. Causes Under £20. M'Gowan v F. M'Guinness. Goods--22 15s, Gd. Verdict for £.2 is. Same v H. M'Guinness. Same--.17 3s. Od. Whale v Cousens. Daurgeos-£-1919s. Verdict for .£4 1s,. Bull v Same. Same-?19 O1s. Same verdict. Carey v R. Cooper. Same-£4. Same v R. Molloy. Samo-£4. M'Kay v Osborne. Damages-- 10 1s,. Ver dict for 1s, No costs; Same v WV. M'Guinness. Goods--8A 14a. Iill v Downing. Samo--.4 17s. 8d, Verdict for £b 15s. 2d. Ocook v Sefton. Bill of co3ts--?2 4s. 8d. Ver diet for defendant. Same v M'Neil. Goods-.82 188. Od. Vigor v Baxter, Same-£5 les. 9d, Daley v Tyrrell. Samoe--3 Is. 7d. Verdict for 1Os. id. No costs, Same v Baldacre. Same-£12 14s, Same v Daley. Samo-£-18 14s. 4d. Musgrave v Cox. Bill of costs-£1 ...

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CENTRAL COMMON SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

CENTRAL COMMON SCHOOL. Tue meeting announceod for Thursday evening, the 14th inst., and which our readers are well acquainted with the object of, was duly hold as appointed. Mr. Budd explained that the meeting had boon called to devise some moans of restoring harmony in the local Committee. He thought that might be easily accomplishod. Rev. Mr. Scott proposed--" That the number of the Committee remain ri at present-" nine." Mr. Scott detailed the origin of the present Coin mitteo, which was thirteeoon in number at first, but that number was found to be too large. He thought that he, by proposing this resolution, showed thalt the Presbyterian portion of the Committee desired peace for the future, for under it they could oxercise no undue influence. Mr. Pearce seconded the motion. Mr. IKissook moved an amendmont that the present Committee was unworthy to superintend the education of children attending the school. He commented at some length upon the past conduct of the Committee, usin...

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

DEATH. HOLYOAKE - On Friday morning, the 22nd instant, at their residence, Inglis-street, Ballan, George Jacob, the infant son of Henry Thomas Groves and Jane Burns Holyoake, aged two weeks.

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

LAND COMMISSION, The following were the applications considered by the Land Commission on Tuesday last. They were all granted, except where otherwise stated :— COMADAI.—Charles Geo. Trappes, 80 acres ; R. Wynne and Michael M'Dermott, 80 ; Wm. Dick- son, 70 ; Joseph Gulliver, 60 ; Martin Cosgrave, granted, but boundaries to be modified, 80 ; Mary Lawlor, 20 ; Robert Elam, 77 ; James Young, 40 ; Wm. H. M'Farlane, 36 ; Andrew M'Farlane, 20 ; William Robinson, 80 ; Thomas Seery, granted, subject to non-interference with mining interests, 10 ; Thomas Cain, junior, 50 ; John Cain, refused, in agricultural area, 50 ; James Richard- son, 70 ; Andrew Young, 67 ; Ellen M'Farlane, 19 ; Patrick Nagle, refused, previously selected, 70 ; M. Costello, 60 ; Thomas A. Anderson, 30. MERRIMU.—Joseph Anderson, 16 acres ; Alex- ander Hardie, 80 ; Patrick Cain, 20 ; Samuel Geo. Cox, 51 ; John Carden, 9. BLACKWOOD.—Joseph Murphy, no appearance, 17 acres ; James Beach, 29 ; Phillis Perry, 20 ; John Dolphin...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

NEWS OF THE WEEK, On Tuesday, a Commission to consider appli. cations under the 42nd clause, sat at Bacchus Marsh. There was scarcely so much interest taken as in former sittings of the Commission because the number of applications to be von aidered were fewer in number. Everything passed off in a most satisfactory manner, and it must have been apparent to all that the working of the system of granting licenses under the 42nd clause is most satisfactory in securing the tilling of the soil by those who desire to maintain themselves and families by so doing. The Commission was composed of A. Morrah, Esq., J. Young, Esq., J.P., and Mr. Hardy, Clerk. From the prompt and yet searching deliberations of Mr. Morrah, there can be no doubt that the colony possesses in him a public officer worthy of being entrusted with the large powers with which the Land Department requires him to be vested, and without which bona fide settlement of farmers upon the public lands cannot be obtained to the ext...

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SELECTED POETRY. ODE ON SOLITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 February 1867

SELECTED POETRY. ODE ON SOLITUDE. [Written by Pope, when only twelve years old.] Happy the man, whose wish and care A few paternal acres bound ; Content to breathe his native air, In his own ground. Whose herds with milk, whose fields with bread, Whose flock supply him with attire, Whose trees in summer yield him shade, In winter fire. Blest, who can unconcern'dly find Hours, days, and years slide soft away ; In health of body, peace of mind, Quiet by day. Sound sleep by night, study and ease, Together mix'd sweet recreation ! And Innocence, which most dost please With meditation. Thus let me live, unseen, unknown, Thus unlamented let me die; Steal from the world, and not a stone, Tell where I lie. ADVENTURE AMONG THE MOUNTAINS. WHO does not remember the exquisite idea of Byron ? 'The moon is up, and yet it is not night, Sunset divides the sky with her.' And it was upon such an evening, in one of the most beautifully retired spots to which Italy could venture a claim, that a young a...

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AN ANNEXATION STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 March 1867

AN ANNEXATION STORY. A snorT time since a young gentleman and lady of Madison, Virginia, concluded nego ciations, which had been going on for some time previously, on the subject of annexation; and tile articoes of union were duly signed and sealed by the parties, and submitted to the mother, a very respectable widow lady, for ratification, who peremptorily refhsed her consent, and declared " that the annexation should, under no contingaeny, take place. The parties got togoether afterwards, and, after deliberating maturely on the subject, concluded that, as the mother would not acknowledge the independence of the young lady, and as she was neither do .juro nor do facto sovereign and indepondent, the only way to accomplish their object and con summate their wishes, was to rovolutionise, and, if possible, achieve their independence in that way. 'Accordingly they procured a suitable conveyanco, and set off with all speed to the city of Washington. Arriving at the village of Contrevillo...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 March 1867

PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. Tnunsavy, Frnnuu.ar 21. In the Legislative As eembly-- r. Longmore attacked the tariff. It was not protective, and he would therefore vote against it. The tax on wheat was not high enough. Hundreds of farmers would not be able to put a plough to their ground this year, owing to the low prices for wheat. Mr. Longmore accused the Minister of Lands of wrongly administering his department. Mr. Grant said the hon. member had before failed to substan tiate his charges, and he challenged him to prove anything of the kind. Mr. Longmore also attacked Mr. Vale for not as strenuously advocating pay. ment of members now as he did before he was a Minister. Mr. Bnurt delivered an admirable speech, stating that he should vote for the Ministry. Protectionists desired protection, and would get it, but not by a dishonorable coalition. All the country wanted was temporary protection, and considering that England had enjoyed protec tion for 400 yemars this did not seem an unreas...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 March 1867

A gloomy reminiscence is turned up by a corre spodent of the Gipps Land imnes, writing from the Crooked 1:iver a few days ago. "A discovery of somne human hones was made this week (he says) on oneof the tributaries of the Wentworth, now called Dane's Creek, but was formerly known as the 3[Mrderer's HIat Creek. The bones were discovered about a mile and a half from the Weontworth, and from their appearance must have lain there a considerable time. It appears to be the general impression that the bones are thoe. of the un fortunate man, Ballarat Harry, who was supposed to have been murdered in this locality some years since. It will probably hbe in the recollection of :.ny of your readers that Ballarat Harry went out with a man named Toke, and was never after wards 'seen. 'oke was arrested on suspicion, but was dischr.edl, although the. suppoition was that T'ke iLd murdered Harry from the feet of several nnggets belonging to the nlar dered man, and his gun, being afterwards found in T...

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SARCASH AND IRONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 March 1867

S1Reasu AZT Ijri;-" I' ' I'oirK a F~it of Srwcara, .s iix Smith to Joo; ; " but 7Ou re an infemorj Iihr and 3coa ;reL~-"ý Pray pcrw'a- a truce of irony," repIed duon, as h- krt ked bim down with a poker. WoVrDZmcL- A co -ý r. ej , le otding the fan of at a pncrno thwe ri t i7. a kraad · thrt he esied rith hs i €fe. 2 c dtP i v e r . - en e i a oýif~r Ey«:r -clxr'r ? had cFt4 -"w',d without it C

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 March 1867

IMPOUNDINGS,. BACCHUS MARSI{.-On 3rd February, by Mr. Connell. Damages 5. aRed bull, bald face, un. branded, wild. On 21st February, by C. E, Arnot, for Messra. Green and Burt. Trespass 2s. Grey mare, bind feet shod, halter on, like Iarge Jl' near shoulder. On 26th February, by H. Cooper. Trespass 6d. Red milch cow, white in face, shells off horns, JH conjoined near ribs, indescribable in circle off ribs. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold 27th March. Win. Anderson, Pound. keeper. BALLAN.-Impotnded at Shire Pound, 6th Feb, by Mr. P. Canny. Damages 5s. each. Bay horse, star, hind feet white, A near shoulder,. g near thigh; bay horse, star, near hind foot white, fDB near shoulder; chesnut horse, star, JC near shoulder; bay horse, speckled back, collar marked, white hind feet, IC near thigh, II in circle off shoulder; brown mare, 7 near shoulder, crown over 271 off aboulder, crown off cheek, collar marked, white scar near hip; bay filly, like C near shoulder. Same day, by Mr....

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 March 1867

NEWS OF THE WEEK. At the meeting of the Road Board on Monday last, it was doeided that some important works should be executed on the main road to 3Iyrniong, and tenders will be seen to .-'e advertised for accordingly. It is almost a pity that a higher rate was not struck for the present year than was decided upon, for the loard is lamentably in want of funds; and now that the prospect of receiving in future years any endowment from Government is an uncertain one, it would have been highly beneficial to the district had the Board been enabled to claim an additional £300 from Govern. mont, as endoninent upon y150, which an e:tra threepence in the pound would have added to the present sure total of £000, derived from a shilling rate. It was also a gross blunder that so large an amount as one-half of the rates ehoald hare remained uncollected at the end of last year, thereby necessitating a Ioss of .600 endowment. oYe know that some of our local celebrities are of opinion that this amo...

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SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 March 1867

STIIICI: COUNCIL.lt 3WEDMUkDAY, FIInfJafRY' 27. 1'uI*'.s:ur-Counnncii's .i-Preon (president), Mnairi, Atkinson, Graham, Short, Blake, and Millyard. conba~o'rngxcg. totters were renl from So3th-tary t.o Shire of 'Thiliaroop relativo to tmnanerring Gold Fielda Commnons to Shire Co'ouncils and Itoad Boards. 31r. Stoavenion's vonchern for swiIb dy on Main fcad, twenty.six chains, at .'2 10 4, per mile £E6S vs. $ecretary'w return to 31r. Atkinzon'a motion relative to feer paid to the Conunil by Yarmers' Commons In L'alian In I8F,. 'T'reRalure, reporting payment of pound feri. &.ertaty's return of aastenancre fer, payable at the varoiro pounlds In thecolony, 1'oflfldkee'pr's answer to Councl's letter (poatponed from last. weetiusg.) Hlarhord v. .hire Concil, appeal to Supreme Court, tlire Zen lnee a monthly report. Also, report on Brry'a Ree Roacl, Liac'owooe1; nrleustmg compennitiori for extra work; relative to water races at Blaekw oo'J ; requaisition for stationmry. Reoport of ...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 March 1867

COURITS OF PETTY SESSIONS. IIACCHIUS MAlSir,. Wl:uNlESIDAY, IF'BUAIY 27, (lh:ore Chalrles Shutor, Esq., P.M.) AomuJivi; r,istuAno,.-Orose rv. M'Mauus, In this C?Ia Mrs, C'ross deposed that tho dofenlant_ I'la tllreoatoned to cut her head o;, and hal bosidoR ntatftd 51}o would put her child " under the clay." lcli?vel that Mrs. J'flranus was not right in her hiel, and felt frightened of iher, .1r. .Miller, for defendant,, briefly quofionned wiinljl;tiurimn, lIte nothing partloular was elolioled, (x.,;(l, that thisa cne had sonto relation to the vI.:'lintl:ti; I'lntyre squabblos, innsmuch an Mrs, .M.'1nanus redostor what she believed to be Mrs, (!r','. watching of M'lntyro's viaits to her houoe. Mr,. ijhuter makeud Mrs. Cross if she was willing to withlrlw the chargo on a promise bydefendant that she would dealst, from her throets. Mrs. Cross (.q nI'jd iher willingness to do .so, provided sheI r.;s " Idt ilono" in futuro. Mrs, M'Manua doclined 1., j,orni'is, but onteflrd upon a counto...

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BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 March 1867

BALLAN. (rno~r out OWN ConnrhIvoNI:n.'r.) Mini, GoLDEn, who lives close to 1Mr. Lyon's prolperty, observed, on Sunday evening last, somethfing unusually strange about a fine large cat of hers. Master Toni was walking about the house with every particular hair upon his back and tail standing on end, "like quills upon the fistful porcupine,'' at the same time evincing tho greatest terror, and dragging his hind legs after him. Mrs. Golder at once concluded that the eat had seen a snake, and speedily instituted a search, but failed to discover one, But on Monday morning she saw a large diamond snake, close on five feet long, lying in the middle of the sitting room. Of course, measures were taken to kill it, but no sooner did the "menur crawler" discover the intention of the lady than he made one bound at her. She, nothing daiunted, made another onslaught; but his snaklship made another spring, and yet a third ; at last, got away into his retreat at the back of a stone chimney, Mhrs. Gol...

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GISBORNE. WEDNESDAY, FEB 27. (Before Mr. Thomson, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 2 March 1867

orIiomfIN, SVCDH NVDAY, Feat 27. (Huforoo Mr. 'rhotnson, P.M.) lrt'ry Orlfllihs wrw brougltl up by Con'titblo a(eI;a;f(,un, uhnugod wlLh hlavingc no vlsibiu lawful meansw of nsupport, Dlisobrrgud. .rfrwie.h Bilair was convictod of ro sisting tIh !,klice, sur d ontonoed to ono month's imjwlsontnout with lord 'bojnr. M rgairot Mill.., drunk and lsordvday, wan son Ilnvw to onco maonth's Imprisonment lwilh hard

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