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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 3 July 1915
DEATHS. -HEGARTY.-On the 25th June, Ellen Ter esa, fifth daughter of the late James and Sarah Hegarty, Bacchus Marsh. R.I.P. . O'HARA -On the 27th June, 1915, at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. R. Bolster, 205 Windermere street south, Ballarat, Annie Rebecca, relioe of the late Arthur O'Hara, of Gordon, mother of Arthur (Education Department), Mrs. A. Chard, and Mrs. R. Bolster, aged 86 years and 10 months. SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1915. BATURDAY, JULY 8, 1915.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 3 July 1915
WEDNESDAY, July 7 GRAZING PADDOCK AT TOO LERN. r~L. A. FAIRBAIRN & Co. in con junction with RUPERT NICOL :SON & Co., instructed by The Mas ter in Lunacy, in the Estate of Pat rick William Condon, will Sell by Auction, at Wynne's Store, Toolern Vale, as above, at 2.30 THE PROPERTY known as CON DON'S PADDOCK, frontage of one mile to the main Toolern and Hol den Road; two miles from Toolern, adjoining Mr. Hugh Campbell's pad dock, also Mr. Browne's Green Hill property. Containing 137 acres 2 roods 21 perches, being portion 25, Parish of Yangardook. It is well situated, well fenced;, and watered by a creek and two dams. Portion has been cultivated, and portion is lightly timbered with box timber. The property.ljas never been over stocked, and has been in the posses sion of the family for many years. Title Certificate. Terms at Sale. Full particulars from the Agents-- L. A. FAIRBAIRN & Co., Bac chus Marsh; RUPERT NICOLSON., & Co., .Queen St., Melbourne. FO...
WERRIBEE RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 3 July 1915
WERRIBEE RED CROSS SOCIETY. Many of our Bacchus Marsh read ers have often heard of Truganina, but probably few know where the place is. Truganina is a thriving agricultural area in thel Werribee Shire, adjoining Braybrook, and one. very pleasing feature is that the residents work as a united body for the success of any movenment to wards the advancement of the dis trict. An example of their whole heartedness was proved at a public meeting, convened by Mrs. G. T. Chirnside, -President of the Werri bee branch Red Cross, and held at Truganina on Thursday. Mrs. Chirn side, -Cr. Jas. Browne, J.P. (Presi dent of the Shire) Cr. David Robin son (Werribee Shire) Crs. Harrison and Hopkins (Braybrook Shire) and others, addressed the audience and explained the objects of the Red Cross Society. In about. 10 minutes the following donations were an nounced-'Mrs. G. T. Chirnside, Cr. D. Robinson, W. Missen, Cr. G. Harrison, Harrison Bros., Mrs. Har rison, sen., P. Didier, G. Cropley, R. Peacock, A....
RED CROSS FUND. Bacchus Marsh and District. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 3 July 1915
RED CROSS FUND. Bacchus Marsh and District: A meeting of ladies was held in the Shire hall on Thesday last, to consider Lady Stanley's appeal for Australia Day. It was decided to hold a concert to commemorate the day. Friday; 30th inst., not being suitable from a local standpoint, Thursday, 29th, was fixed. Mr. J. F. McLachlan has kindly offered to provide the programme. It wyas also decided to get a sup ply of the Red Cross buttons, which will be sold at the concert. The hon. Sec. (Miss Beatrice W. Anderson) acknowledges, - with thanks: Donations received-Old Dramatic Club (per Mr. H. G. Campbell) £8 3/1; collectidn at Bacchus Marsh Fire Brigade lecture, £3; Duke of Abercorn Lodge, £2/2/; Miss Uns worth, 2/6. Mrs. W. T. Smith, blanket, pil lowslips and old linen; Miss Benie Dugdale, cushion; Mrs. E.- Pearce, shirts and old linen; Mrs. J. Lodge, wool and books; Mrs. J. N. Todd and family, books,' pillow-slips--arid old liien; Miss Charlton, books, socks, pillow-slips; Mrs. Rutherfor...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 3 July 1915
FOOTBALL. To-day's matches :-Maddingley v. Melton (Umpire, C. Curtis); Ex ford v. Bacchus Marsh .(A. Tibballs) Bacchus Marsh being unable to .get a full team will not visit Malton to-day, to play Exford. A meeting of the Bacchus Marsh club will be held on Tuesday next, 6th inst., at 8 p.m., in the A.N.A. hall. Results of last Saturday's matches: Bacchus Marsh, 11g. 6b.-72pts.; Maddingley, 6g. 6b.-42pts. Melton, 4g. llb.--35pts.; Exford, 1g. 3b.-9pts. Position of clubs: Club Possible Score Percent'ge Melton 28 28 660 98 Bacohus Maruh 28 20 -285.6 Exford Stars 28 8 29.46 Maddingley 28 0 26.66
BLACKWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 3 July 1915
BLACK WOOD. (FROM oUR oWN CORR?SPONDrNT.) A concert, in aid of the Trentham and Blackwood Red Cross Society was given in the Mechanics' hall, Blackwood, last Saturday, by the Trentham "Dandies." This excel lent company of amateurs, with Mr. W. J. Anderson as a capable chair man, have been the means of rais ing, by entertainments throughout the district, over £100 for the var ious Patriotic funds. The program was in every way enjoyable, some jokes and witticisms about well known locals being heartily applau ded.. Amongst. the many excellent items the dancing of Misses Ethel Spain (Kyneton), Hilda Bell and Ethel Colvin (Trentham) are worthy of special mention. The -whole of thk takings (£6/10/) will be devoted : to the Red Cross Fund, the only ex pense being the hire of hall, which was paid (by Cr: W. Ceann. The per formers were treated to supper by the local Red Cross workers. The members of the local Recha bite Tent were pleased at the last meeting of the Lodge at the excel lent con...
MYRNIONG. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 3 July 1915
MYRNIONG. (rOM OUR OWN CORB SPONDEBNT.) Arbor day was celebrated at the local school on Friday, when about a score of trees and shrubs were planted by the pupils, under the direction of the head teacher, Mr. A. D. Hollyhoke. Several members of the School Committee were pre sent, also a number of ladies, who kindly provided and dispensed after noon tea, which was much appreci ated. A programme of songs and recitations was capably rendered by the pupils, and altogether a very pleasant afternoon spent. It may be mentioned that Mr. Hollyhoke was the recipient of many congratulations, not only on account of recovery from his recent illness, but also on being placed on the list for promotion. The attendance at the local school is now large enough to entitle it to be raised to a fifth class school, and as Mr. Hollyhoke is desirous of staying at Myrniong, he intends to urge the Director to raise the school to a fifth class, thus ask to be allowed to remain at Myr niong, and take his promoti...
MELTON SHIRE COUNCIL. Friday, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 3 July 1915
MELTON SHIRE COUNCIL. Friday, June. 25. ORDINARY meeting. Presenit-Crs. Robinson, McPherson, Hornbuckle, Bubeck, Greene, Browne, Howell, Minns. Shire of Keilor forwarded for ap proval tender A. Thompson, for joint work in Holden road, at £88; and desired the work be extended to expend £100, as proposed.-Ap proved, on miotion of Crs. Howell and' Bubeck.. Davis Bros., Digger's Rest, drew attention to repairs required in Wil son's lane.-Cr. Bubeck said some thing should be put on the estimates next year. The Country: Roads Board for warded plan of main roads declared in the Shire, and stated that addi tional roads could be declared if necessary. It was the desire of the Board to make a start as early as possible, and to fix a date for con sidering any objections.-The Secre tary said the Board proposed to make the road to Toolern Vale a main road.-Cr. . McPherson said they should make it through to Gisborne. He moved that it be agreed to. Seconded by Cr. Greene, and car ried. The Board ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 3 July 1915
Final Clearance of L M)IES ' JA0K I 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 : Leading Styles, as nowworn. We have a few SPORTS COATS left, which are also REDUCED to the same rates. / .ALL REAL BARGAINS. a n- ' . ex+++ me • a . ml, : '*. SOOTHES THE PAIN. Neuralgia arises from a cold, de fective teeth or constitutional causes and to effect a cure you must re move .the cause. Whatever the cause, relief may be obtained by using Chamberlain's Pain. Balm freely. Chamberlain's Pain Balm will soothe the pain to such an ex tent that the patient will be able to obtain sleep. Sold by W. Grant Morton, Bac chus Marsh, and A. Comben & Co. Werribee. WHAT WE DO CLAIM. Pneumonia generally results from a cold or an attack of influenza, but can be prevented, if Chamberlain's' Cough Remediy is taken at the first symptom of either. Many people who have had every reason to fear pneumonia have ...
COMING EVENTS: [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 10 July 1915
COMING EVENTS: Saturday, July 10.- Recruiting meeting at Bacchus Marsh. .Saturday, July 17.-Park pictures Bacchus Marsh. Wednesday,' July 21.- Euchre party, St. ;Bernard's Hall, Bacchus -Marsh. Friday, July 23.-Ball at Toolern Vale. -. Thursday, July 29.- "Australia ay.':. coiicei;t, Bacchus Marsh. Friday, July 30.-Euchre party at Coinmadai. Wednesday, Aug. 11.-Melton coursing. Saturday, August 21.-Methodist Church Concert, Staughton Vale. Wednesday, Aug. 25.-Hiborniani ball, Bacchus Marsh. r.Thlursday, Oct. - 21.- Werribae show. Wednesday, Oct. 27.- Bacchus IMarsh show. Wednesday, Nov. 24.- Ballan show.
THE EMPIRE'S CALL. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 10 July 1915
THE EMPIRE'S CALL. The following have responded from Bacchus Marsh and district: Win. 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: Win. McKenzie, Jas. McGregor, Jno. McPherson. Thos. O'Leary (killed), James O'Leary, Harry Oliver, Thomas Oliver. W. Platt. Ivan Russell. T. H.: Skene, Norman Smith, Stanley Short. Colin Todd, Robt. Taylor. Packington Vallence. Charles Waterhouse (wounded). Maurice Whelan, Harry .Watson. Balliang--Harold Cashmore, John Cashmore. Archie Cashmore, Win. Dukelow (killed), Stanley Wittain (wounded), . Thomas Dodeimaide.: Balliang East--Geo. Davis, ...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 10 July 1915
GOLF. Ladies' and Gent's singles to-day, for Mr. W. H. Lewis' trophies. En try, 6d., to go to Red Cross Fund. Match to start at 2.30 sharp. The Department of .Defence has accepted the contract of a Sydney corporation to raise the German cruiser Emden, now on a reef at Keeling Island, and bring her to Sydney for., exhibition purposes. The Commonwealth Government has reserved the right to purchase the Emden on her arrival in Sydney at a price fixed by arbitration. Egg Records.-An, easy way to keep a record of the ' number of eggs gathered each day is to hang a good sized calendar in your kit chen, or near the egg basket, with a pencil attached. After gathering jot down the number by the date for that day. At the end of the month, detach the sheet to save, and the next month's record is ready for use.
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 10 July 1915
FOOTBALL. At the match in Maddingley Park to-day,- the "Recruiting Sergeants" will be in attendance, and speeches will be delivered at the half-time in terval by Hon. A. R. Robertson, M.L.A., and probably the Hon. R. W. Foster, M.H.R. To-day's matches:- " Bacchus Marsh v. Melton; Exford v. Maddingley. Bacchus Marsh team-McEachern, Densely, Grant, Wittick, Fairbank, Robinson, Bourke, Phillips, Ashby, Burbidge, Hughes, Skinner, Dwyer, Hanson, Landells, Guilfoyle, Boyd, Leonard, Edwards; Cox, Carter, Manly, Allen, Scott (2). Maddingley put up a good fight against Melton last Saturday, and the game resulted in a draw, al though Maddingley had the advan tage in goals. Some of Maddingley's junior members played a first-class game. Results of last Saturday's matches: Maddingley, 4g. 3b.-27 points; Melton, 3g. 9b.-27pts. Bacchus Marsh gave a. walk- over to Exford. Position of clubs: Club Possible Score Percent'ge Melton 82 80 494.50 Bacchus Marsh 82 20 2385.6 Exford Stars 32 12 29.46 Maddin...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 10 July 1915
THERE is more wisdom in Shake speare than in any other book, and Hamlet's "the world is out of joint" is prbfoundly true, and always has been. The war will make confusion worse confounded, no matter how territorial power may be patched up. Mankind is as much adrift as it.was at the time of the deluge. The proverb that "knowledge comes but wisdom lingers," should read "information comes, but knowledge lingers," and wisdom. never comes in this world, whatever it may do in the next. Politics are a mere babble; and always will be until the illusion called political economy is replaced by commonsense facts of daily life. . A very opportune soft rain started to fall on- Monday afternoon, and continued through, the night, amount ing to 33 'points. It did a vast amount of good to the crops .and grass, after the heavy drying winds. The crops are now looking splen did, and the grass is beginiing to imake a move. The recent rains have made the roads and footpaths very muddy. Now is the. time t...
WERRIBEE. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 10 July 1915
WERRIBEE. Recruiting meeting in Mechanics' hall on Monday evening next. Applications are invited for an assistant to the Electrician in'Charge of the Werribee Shire electric light plant. See advertisement. While it is too early to complain, it is to be hoped that the large electric light, at the intersection of the four cross streets, will not re peat the performance of the old light, and be out as many nights as it is burning. The contract for forming the road, under the Country Roads Board,. down the Main street of Werribee is now being proceeded with by the contractor, Mr. A. Gillis. The gen eral opinion is that the road should have been made the full width of the street.
BACCHUS MARSH. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 10 July 1915
BACCHUS MARSH. Recruiting meeting to-night (Sat urday, 10th), in the Mechanics' In stitute, at 7.30. Addresses will be given by the district Parliamentary representatives. The Shire Presi dent (Cr. Wills) will preside. A splendid response to the call has been made in other places, and Bac chus Marsh, should not be amongst the "slackers." The .Hon. W. H. Kelly, M.H.R., who was Assistant Minister of De fence in the late Cook Administra tion, will also speak at the Bacchus Marsh Recruiting meeting. Ladies are specially invited to attend. The hall has been given up for the above meeting by Mr. Marchant, ,who will go ,on with his picture show afterwards. It is therefore desired to start the meeting punctually at 7.30. Church of England services, Sun day, 11th inst.:-Bacchus Marsh, 11 and 7; Coimadai, 3; Rev. T. W. Davis. Presbyterian Church services: Bacchus Marsh, 11 and 7; Melton, 3. All welcome. Rev. B. Williams. Methodist Church services, 11th inst.:-Bacchus Marsh, 11 and 7; Staughto...