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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 April 1867

JAMES YOUNG, A?NXIOUS to moot the growing requirements of the district, has much pleasuro in intimating to his friends and neighbours in Bacohns Marsh and the surrounding districts, that he has opened A WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GENERAL STORE, FOR THIE SUPPLY OF GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, IRON. MONGERY, AND OTHER GOODS, Suitable for the wants of the district. FARM and DAIRY PRODUCE, of overy de. scription, will be taken in exchange for stores. J. Y. is prepared to make cash advances on crops, stock, wool, and dairy produce, and to neogociato loans on freehold property on moderate toerms. J. Y. has ontorod into arrangomonts with M'Caw and Anothor, of Melbourne, to dispose of farm and dairy produce on commission. Liberal advances made on consignments to that firm. J. Y. trusts that, by strict attention to business, he will receive a continuance of that patronage which was so liberally accorded to him in bygone years, N.B.-Ordors promptly attended to. M, M'CAW & ANOTHER, Produco .Broker...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 April 1867

SATURDAY, APRIL 0, 1807. DunING a recent debate in the Legislative Assembly on an item in the Estimates relating to the construction of some publio work, an lion, member made the remark that he hoped no portion of such vote would be expended in opening out a quarry of undurablo fi'eestone, as had been the case in building the Custom House. Of course this reference applied to the Bacchus Marsh freestono; and it has served to rouse in our mind a doubt as to whether the said freestone has been properly tested as a building material. We are of opinion, from all the evidence which we can gather upon the subject, that the product of the quarries in this neighbourhood has not had fair play, and we think that a discussion of this matter may profitably occupy a space in our columns; for which purpose we shall be glad if any of our readers will furnish us with particulars conoorning the condemnation and suddbe stoppage of the working of the quarries which at one time contributed not a little ...

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GRAIN SHOW OF THE BACCHUS MARSH, BALLAN, AND PENTLAND HILLS AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 April 1867

GRAIN SHOW OF THE BACCHUS MARSH, BALLAN, AND PENTLAND HILLS AGRICULTURAL AND PAS TORAL SOCIETY. Tun, first show iin the Marsh of the above amalgamated Society took place on Tuesday last, at the usual Show-yards, Maddingley. Truth compels us to say that the show was not a success. To whatever cause this may in reality be attributed, it is perhaps difficult to say, although public opinion is almost unanimous in the belief that the amnlgamation of the Marsh Society with that of Ballan, and the consequent separation of the stock show from that of grain, &e., has caused a want of interest in the present show. We think it is somewhat premature to condemn the amalgamation because this show has been a failure; let us wait until the people become accustomed to the now order of things before we revert to our previous system of holding stock and grain shows combined. Had the exhibits of grain and other produce on Tues day been equal to those of past years, and more worthy of the distri...

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MUGBY JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 April 1867

MUOny JUNOTION.--But there wore so many Lines. Gazing down upon them from a bridge at the Junction, it was as if the con centrating' Companies fobrmed a groat Indus trial Exlibition of the works of extraordinary ground-spiders that spun iron. And then so many of the Lines wont such wonderfiul ways, so crossing and curving among one another, that the eye lost them. And then some of them appeared to start with the fixed intention of going five hundred miles, and all of a sudden gave it up at an insig'nificant barrior, or turned off into a workshop. And ther others, like intoxicated men, wont a little way very strai'ht, and surprisingly slued round and camno aclk again. And then others were so chock-full of trucks of coal, others were so blocked with trucks of casks, others were so gorged with trucks of ballast, others were so set apart for wheeled objects like immense iron cotton-reels: while others were so bright and clear, and others wore so delivered over to rust and ashes and idle...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 April 1867

NEWB OF THE WEEK. The contracts in the Box Forest are being vigorously proceeded with. The bridge over the [Corkuperrimul is all but finished, and presents an exceedingly neat and substantial appearance; re flecting credit upon the builders, Messrs. Watson and Cuthbertson, and the Engineer to the Road Board. By-the-way, the abutments to this bridge are built of the Marsh freestone, and very suitable for the purpose it seems, causing one to wonder that it has fallen into disfavour with the Public Works Department as a building material. We refer to this matter more at length in another column. Beyond the bridge-which has a fault, perhaps, in being rather narrow-the cutting is nearly completed, and a few yards further on Mr. Meikle's contract commences. Here good progress has been made at both ends of the cutting, but the material to be removed is certainly of a kind akin to rook, being sandstone, and if its existence was not expected ly the Engineer when he fixed the contract time, w...

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SENSIBLE ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 April 1867

ENSIBLn ADnvir,-An American papoer, among other suggestions which will enable at person to avoid the cholera, says, " Endeavour, if possible, to keeoop a clean conscience,- and two or throo clean shirts. Rise with the lark, but avoid larks in the evening, lB above ground in all your dwellings, and abovo board in all your dealings. Love your ncighbour as yoursolf, but don't have too many in the same house with you." NorTion-The following was found posted on the wall of a country post ofllco:-" Lost-a rd ka?. 1to had a white spot on 1 of his behind loggs. He was a she kaf. I will give thro shillins to ovriboddi wot will bring hym horn." AN AF?rrcrTIN Ponr.-Theo following poem, the geonuine effusion of a person in affliction, has lately been found in manusoript :-Poor Jonathan Snow away did goo all on the ragen mane, with othoer males all for to ketch wales, and noro cun back agen, the winds blho hi, the billers test, all hands were lost, and he was one, a spritely lad nigh 21. TWATons...

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THE BAG OF GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 April 1867

THE BAG OF GOLD. THERE lived, in the fourteenth century, near Bologna, a, widow lady of the Lambortini family, called Madonna Lucrezia, who, in a :rovolution of the state, had known the bitter ness of poverty, and had even begged her bread, kneeling day after day, like a statue at the gate of the cathedral, her rosary in her left hand and her right hold out for charity, her long black veil concealing a fathce that had once adorned a court, and had received the homage of as many sonnets as Potrarch has written on Laura. But fortune at last relented; a legacy from a distant relation had come to her relief'; and she was now the mistress of a small inn at the Apennines, where she entertained as well as she could, and where those only stopped who wore contented with a little. 'I'he house was still standing' when in my youth I passed that way, though the Sign of the White Cross, the Cross of the I-ospitallers, was no longer to be seen over the door-a sign which she had taken, if we may be...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M., and Dr. Rae, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 April 1867

00URTS OF PETTY BESSIONB. BACCIIUS MAIRSH. WVEDNEsn AY, ArrL 3. (Boforo Charles Shuter, Eq., P.M., and Dr. Rae, Esq., J.P.) SMALL DEnT,.-Simmons v. Beart. Debt 1Ss. Od, No appearance, Dismissed. INTnunLADn~ e SuMMoNs.--W, . Standfleld v. John Daley and John Swannoll. To show owner. ship of goods seized by virtue of an execution from Ballan County Court. Seottled. James Gallimoro v. Ralph Parkinson, Wages £1 129. No appearanoe, Dismissed, RATES.-Road Bard v. M'Evoy, Ratos-16s. Mr. Musgrave appeared for the Board. Mr. W. E. Standfleld, Clerki to the Board, deposed to the servico of the summons, the entry of the rate, &c. Mr. Grant, Valuer to the Board, deposed to having served notice to pay the rate. Mr. Mus grave asked for mileage. Verdiot for amount, with £1 Os. costs, Same v. Charles Dean. Rates--2 12s. and £1 14s. Stops had been taken to settle this oat of Court. Order for amounts, vith £2 costs, PUBLIOAN's LIOENs5f. r. Thomas Carlton obtained his license, post oned from l...

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MELTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 April 1867

MELTON. (EnoM ovn ConnEsrONDET.) THE first day of the Melton Land Selection brought together, so for as I can judge, upwards of a thousand people, the major part of whom arrived on the ground on the same morning, though I noticed a few camps around the township on Tuesday evening, and the three hotels had each a few persons stopping in them waiting to try their chance in the lucky-box. Large numbers flocked in shortly after daylight on Wednesday until about nine o'clock, when there were upwards of a thousand persons congregated around the Police Station, where tickets were disposed of. Punctually at ton o'clock the gates of the yards were closed, when the drafting process began; 820 tickets were taken, and the whole number of persons were passed through the head office by about one p.m., and imme diately the yard was emptied the )ox was brought out in front of the Police Station, and the drawing commenced, amidst great excitement, The following is a list of the names called :-Richar...

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AGRICULTURAL. SALT AND ASHES FOR DOMESTIC ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 April 1867

AGRIC? ULTUR AL. SALT AND ASHES FOR DOMESTIC ANIMALS. THE subject of the use of salt for domestic animals has been discussed by many a pen. While there are yet those who argue that salt is not needful for animals, I must dissent and wholly disapprove of their reasonings: others may rear their stock without salt and they may do well; but from my own oxperi once for over fifty years, I shall continue the use of it, and instead of piecing it out to my stool as I used to in years gone by, will give. them all they desire; my rule is, not to see how long a barrel of salt will last, but to see how far my stock will consume it. Hero let me say that salt alone does well for all granivorous and horviborous animals; this, nature evidently requires. If not for their good, why is it that a colt, calf, or a lamb, even if but a few days old, relish it, and at the first oating like it so well? Nature has also furnished another ingredi. ent besides salt for the health and appetito of animals, in the...

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MELTON. MONDAY, APRIL 1. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M., and B. C. Porter, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 April 1867

MELTON. MONDAY, APn?R 1. (Boforo Charles Shutor, Esq., P.M., and B. C,. Porter, Esq., J.P.) Shobler v. Margarot Murdooh,-Componsation for damago done to plaintiff's fences and crops. Dismissed, as tho Court had no jurisdiction, with 12s. d,. costs. Shobler v. Mark Murdooh.-Trespass. Dis. missed, no jurisdiotion, 12s. Od. costs. Police v. Hoenry Stanley.-Quarrying without a licnseo on Crown Lands. Fined Gs,., with 2s. Gd. costs. Police v. Henry Stanley, Jun.-Quarrying with. out a liconso, Finod Gs., with 2s. Gd, costs. Mawson v. Pratt.-Compensation for damago done to a horse, .5. Dismissed, nojurlsdiotion, .01 costs.

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PRIZE LIST. FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 April 1867

PRIZE LIST. FAns! PRODUCE. Two bngs Wheat (8 bushls).--lst prize, £3, Mr. John Myers, Pontland Hills (purple straw, 056 lbs.) 2nd prize, £2-Mr. William Anderson, Lucknow (white Tuscan, 6O5~ lbs.) 3rd prize, £.1 Mr. William Hino, Racecourse (white Tuscan, 5O lbs.) Two other entries. Barley, English (8 bushels).-1st prize, -2, Mr. Honry Pace, Rousely, 571 lbs. 2nd prize, £1-Mr. John Myers, Pentland Hills, 57, lbs. Tartarian Oats (8 bushels).-1st prize, £2, Mr. John Myers, Pentluid Hills, 411 lbs. 2nd prize, £1, Mr. David Toshack, Deep Croek, 411 lbs. Oats, any other variety (8 bushols).-1st prize, £2, Mr. John Myers, Poutland Hills, 4S8 lbs. 2nd prize, £1, Mr. Thomas Anderson, Lorderderg, (Both Canadian.) Cape Barley (4 bushels).-.£1.-No entries. Rye (4 bushels).--£1.-No entries. Grey Peas (4 bushols).-10s.-No entries. White Peas (4 bushels).-10s.-No entries. Best two bags of Flour grouund in the district. lst prize, £1, Mr. James Turnbull, Blackwood Flour Mills, Pentland Hills. No en...

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BALLAN. TUESDAY, 2ND APRIL. (Before J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M., and Walter Duncan Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 April 1867

BALLAIN. TUESDAY, 2ND APRIL. (Before J. M, Clow, Esq., P.M., and Walter Duncan Esq,., J.P.) (Mr. Duncan did not sit on the third case). Maurice Nash v, John Nolan.-Fraud summons, Debt 18s. Order for 5s. per weeks in default, one week imprisonment upon failing to pay, each instahlment. Constable Greene v. Henry Ashton.-Drunk and disorderly.; Fined 10s, and 5s,. costs, Waltor Duncan and others (Trustees of Prosby torian Church, Ilallan) v, Thomas Clark,-Illegal detention of property. (Plans and drawings). Case dismissed with .X1 4s. Od, costs. Hannah Sloeth v. Robert Sleoth.-Violont as sault. No appearance. George Sutherland v. Joremiah O'Connor. Il legally charging excessive damages on a bull impounded by defendant. Case dismissed with £81 costs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 April 1867

TIE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. BACOHUS MARSH BRANCH. PAID-UP CAPITAL . £5 4 0,000 RESERVE FUND . . £. 180,000 CURRENT RATES of INTEREST " ALLOWED On Money deposited in this Branch for any term Over Thirty Days. T. NIXON BINNEY, M?ANAGE. MELTON AGRIOULTURAL 800IETY. I THE ANNUAL SHOW of this Society will be I hold at their yards, Melton, on TUESDAY, 0th April next. For list of prizes see bills, . W. F, TULLOH, Hon. Secretary. SHIRE COUNCIL, BALLAN. S EALED TENDERS, addressed to the President of the Council, will be received until WED. NESDAY, the 10th day of APRIL, 1867, at the hour of 11 a.m., for the following works, viz. : Works botwoon Gordon's and the North Bridge. Works between Davis' Gully and Barry's Roef, Blackwood. And for removing fallen timber to each side of the road, from Russell Street, Gordon's, to Mount Egorton; also, from opposite Forshaw's to allotment 5 of section 10; also, from the S.E. corner of section 7 to the N.E. corner of section 8. Plans and specificati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 April 1867

GENTLEIM?EN'S SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING. UR purchases in the Home 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 Moltons, Bliss, of Chipping Norton, colobrated Tweeds, For Riding Trousers and Pants, now mixtures. All the different makes of West of England and Scotch Trousorings. Fancy Fronch Cashmero and Quilting Vostings. Superior Waterproof Twood Ovorcontings. Russell Cords, Alpacas, China Silk, And Other Light Materials for Summer Wear, ALL GOODS THOROUGHLY SHRUNK Before being made up. Patterns and Instructions for Self-Measuromont 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. Moderate Charges. First-class Cutteors and Workmen employed on the promises. 000KSON AND BROWN, SUCOESSORS TO G. AND J. ESPIE. WHITE DRESS SHIRTS. The attention of gentlemen requiring shir...

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MARKETS. BORDER FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 April 1867

MARK ET S. BORDER FLOUR MILLS. Mr. James Young reports i-Flour, .11 to .12; wheat, 4s, to 4s, 3d. per bushel; bran, is. 2d. per bushel; pollard, is. 2d. to is. Gd. MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, MAlirn 27. TsE MILLs.-Flour, .all 10s. per ton; bran, 'is id. per bushel;' pollard, is. 2d, to is. Od,; wheat, 4s. to 4s, Gd. M. M'CAw AND ANOTIna, Produce Brokers, Royal Horse Bazaar, Melbourne, report prices realised for the week ending 3rd April, 1867, as follows :-Maize, 3s. Gd. per bushel ; wheat (inferior to good), 4s. id. to 4s,. Dd.; Cape barley (enquired for), Os. to 8s. 2d.; feed oats s. id, to 3s. d. ; Tartarian seed ditto, 8s. 8d. to Os. 10d.; Cape seed ditto, 4s. 7Vd. to s.,; blue peas, 4s. 2d, to 4s. 10d. d,; grey peas, 4s, 4d, to 4s. Gd,; perennial grass seed, s,. to 8s,; prairie ditto, 78s. Gd. to Ss.; bran (bags in), is. Id,; pressed hay, £4 10s. per ton; chaff, £3 10s.; bacon, 10bd. to Is. per lb.; hams (none) ; cheese, 74d, to Oad,; potted butter, lid, to is, lid.; lard, Bid, to Od...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 April 1867

NOTICE. The following are the Rates of Subscription for the Bacchus Marsh Exprcss:-Singlo Copy, Six. pence. Quarterly (in advance) Four Shillings and Sixpence; credit, Five Shillings; by post, Six Shillings. For Advertisements of One Inch and under, 2s. Gd. For every succeoding Inch, 2s. Advoer tisoments intended to be inserted for a lengthened period, or immediately preceding the leading artiolo, as per agreement. Notices of Births, Marriages, or Deaths, is. each. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. Co0sacuNIoArIoNs should be forwarded as early in the week as possible, and should be addressed to the Editor, Express Office, Bacchus Marsh. Contributors are requested to write upon one side only of the papor. All communications intended for publication require to be authenticated by the name and address of the writer, Anonymous communi. cations will not be attended to. All business communications and orders should be addressed to the Manager, Express Office, Bacchus Marsh. A G E N T S. The foll...

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SELECTED POETRY. MY GRANDMOTHER'S PICTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 6 April 1867

SELECTED POETRY. MY GRANDMOTHER'S PICTURE. This relative of mine, was she seventy and nine When she died?         By the canvas may be seen how she looked at seventeen As a bride. Beneath a summer tree, as she sits, her reverie Has a charm; Her ringlets are in taste, what an arm ! and what a waist For an arm ! In bridal coronet, lace, ribbons, and coquette Falbala; Were Romney's Humming true, what a lucky dog were you, Grandpapa ! Her lips are sweet as love—they are parting ! do they move ? Are they dumb ? Her eyes are blue, and beam beseechingly, and seem To say " Come !" What funny fancy slips from between those cherry lips ! Whisper me ? Sweet deity in paint ! what canon says I mayn't Marry thee ? That good for nothing Time has a confidence sublime ! When I first Saw this lady, in my youth, her winters had forsooth Done their worst. Her looks (as white as snow) once shamed the swarthy crow- By-and-bye That fowl's avenging sprite...

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HOW TO MILK THE COWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 April 1867

Ilow TO MILK '??n Cows.-The first process in the operation of milking, is to make the cow's acquaintance; give her to under stand that the milker applroaches her with none other than friendly intentions ; for if he swears, scolds, or kicks 'her, she may give the milker the benefit of her heels, wlich, in my opinion, he is justly entitled to. Before conm moncing to milk the cow, she should be fed, or have some kind of fodder; in the enjoyment of the mastication of the same, her attention is withdrawn fiom the milker's operations; and the milk is not " held lup," as the saying' is, but is yielded fr'oely. The milker should not sit off at a distance like a coward, but his left arm should come in contact with the log' of the cow, so that she cannot kick. Befbor commencing' to milk, the teats are to be washed wit~ cold water in wanrm weather, and warm water in winter. The best milker is a merciful man. '['lhe udder and teats are lhii'hly organised and very sensitive, and these facts shou...

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AGRICULTURAL. A CHAT ON CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 April 1867

AGRICULTURAL. SA CHAT ON CHEESE. THOSEn who havo boon educated to believe, or taken the idea into their heads without being educated at all, that choose is an unwhole some diet, are much in error, It is likely enough that a surfeit on cheese will some times kill, or come uucomfortably near it. So will beef a-la-modo, oysters, or chicken pot-pie. But eaten regularly and in modera tion at every meal, chooeese is not only a wholesome diet as a promoter of digestion, but at twenty-flive cents, per pound even is more economical than wheat. This has been eatisfactorily proved by experiment and chemical analysis of the two materials, but more 'satisfactorily by the experience and every-day practice of the mechanic and field labourer in England, Scotland, and Wales, and among the same classes in Holland and Belgium, Bread, choose, and beer, constitute the dinner of the artizan, mechanic, and ordinary labourer in all these countries. Cheeso, bread, and beer, make the breakfasts of them. solv...

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