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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 April 1867

JAMES YOUNG, ANXIOUS to meet the growing requirements of the district, has much pleasure in intimating to his friends and neighbours in Bacchus Marsh and the surrounding districts, that he has opened A WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL GENERAL STORE, FOR TIIE SUPPLY OF GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, IRON MONGERY, AND OTHER GOODS, Suitable for the wants of the district. FARM and DAIRY PRODUCE, of every do scription, will be taken in oxchange for stores. J. Y. is prepared to mnako cash advances on crops, stook, wool, and dairy produce, and to negoeiato loans on freehold property on moderate terms. J. Y. has entered into arranugements with M'Caw and Another, of Melbourno, 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.1.-Orders promptly attended to. M. M'OAW & ANOTHER, Produce Brokers, ...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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THE MARRIED PHILOSOPHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 April 1867

THE IMA1ITED PIIILOSOPIIER. Ml. JONEs is what is usually termed a philosophor--that is, a being who is ahlays up in the clouds, intently contemplating some ideal self-inflated air-balloon, Any unhappy individual addressing' him at question, must be content either to wait a week for an answer, or receive one very diffirent from what he expected. Now this is sufficiently trying' to any ordinary individual who may chance to be in his intellectual company; what then must be the daily sufferings of his wife-Mrs. Jones-who is of the chain-lightning order of women, andl considers waiting a single moment an ullnenll(urable wast of precious time. Nor is this by any emans all. It has happened that in company a necessity has arison or Mrs. Jones privately to touch his toe under the table, to convey tloegraphically, by that undergroullnd railroad, some privateo inftnmation. What (loes that man do when thus notilied mbt qjaculate at the top of his voice, befbre the company, "Well, imy dear, what...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 April 1867

SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1867. IT is not surprising to find that the recent agricultural shows which have been held at Bacchus Marsh and Melton go to indicate how very far wrong a plausible theory may be proved to be in practice. We say it is not surprising, because it is simply a truism that few theories, however skilfilly built up, pass the ordeal of being reduced to practice and come out unscathed, and proved to be useful additions to the knowledge of man kind. One very notable instance of the fahilure of a very reasonable theory, when put into a practice, occurs to our mind. It was one of i the many indulged in with regard to the I great achievement of laying the submarine I telegraph cable between Great Britain and America. All the electricians expected, and very naturally so too, one would think, that so gigantic a wire would require some moreo than ordinarily powerful batteries, in order to c charge it with electricity. But, on putting their theory into practice, almost the revers...

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GISBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 April 1867

GISBORNE, (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) ANoTrm? proof of the advantage of a local medium in which to discuss public matters, is given by the fact of the letters lately appearing in your columns having induced Mr. Dixon, the Soorotary of the long dormant Farmers' Society, to call a meeting, with the view of roorganising that body. It being late in the season for a show, it is probable the newly awakened energy will content itself this year with getting up a Ploughing Match. Several handsome subscriptions having boon already promised, we trust to be able to offer prizoes valuable enough to tempt the best ploughmon from all parts of the colony. The ninth anniversary Prosbytorian soiree takes place in the Scotch Church on Tuesday next, the 16th inst. This being the day on which the quarterly meeting of Presbytery takes place, an unusual amount of clerical and lay talent will be available. The married ladies of the congregation having taken the responsibility of supplying and superintending ...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M.) RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 April 1867

O0URTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH, W"DNSHnAY, ArmIs 10. (Before Charles Shutor, Esq., P.M.) RATES, Road Board v. S. . T. Staughton. Rates, £18. Mr. Musgravo for the Board. Mr. Statughton tendered the money to Mr. Standfleld prior to the Court opening, and, thro gh his solicitor, Mr. (Gell, objected to costs Deing given against him, excopt thLe more costs of Court. Mr. MuRgravo objected to loss costs being given than If previous cases. 'lhore wan considerable argument betwooeen Mr. (bell and the Beonch. Mr. Shtor desired Mr, Goll to point out in the Justices of Peace Statute or the Local Government Act, the laue clause maintaining his position. Mr. Musgrave said there wan no such clause. Mr. Shutor waan clear upon the subject that payntont into Court was not an answer to the Verdict for plaintiff, with .d1 s, (3ld. costs. Mr. 09ll objected to costs being allowed to a solicitor ih this case, as officers of a Road Board could apponr in these cases, Mr. buinter said it had constan...

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SELECTED POETRY. "MOSS." [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 April 1867

SELECTED POETRY. "MOSS." 1 Wild flowers in the valloy Are growing fresh and fatir; In meadow and in woodland Their odours fill the air; The heath and woodbine clustor O'er the stoop mountain side, S Tho wild rono decks the hodgerow Noar whore the violets hideo Oh, lovely is the primroseo, With evening dow-drops wet, And ploasant is the fragrance Of tendor mignonetto; But, fairor in its soft sheeon, And richer i lits glo.s, Scarco heeooded, little noted, Blooms the bright volvet moss I Sweet Moss I Adown the dreary cloister, Around the ruin'd hall, Low in the solemn churchyard, High on the castle wall; Doep in the darksomo cavern, Up on the causoway bleakr, Now, in the shady forest, Then, on the sunny peak s In caroloss froodom springing, In beauty hero and there, Like hoart-born truo affootion, Which blossoms overywhere : In gay partorro no floworoet Can match its tintcd floss, Mook-innocont--and lowly The moss I the modest moss I Swoot Moss I -MRuS, VATJISNTINn IteomrTs,

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MELTON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S STOCK AND GRAIN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 April 1867

MELTON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S STOCK AND GRAIN SHOW. Tn:E annual show of the above Society was held on Tuesday last, the 0th instant, at the usual yards. lho Society was more fortunate than customary in the matter of the weather, for upon the present occasion there was nothing to be desired in this respect, and consequently the open shed in which the exhibits of grain, &c., were placed, proved to be a most suitable erection, admitting plenty of light, the cheering rays of the sun, and the invigorating breeze; whereas, had the weather been cold and wet, the show would have suffered much, owing' to the little pro tection the shed would have afforded. The attendance was exceedingly good, and also the quality and number of the exhibits. It is, perhaps, invidious to institute a comparison between this show and the one held at Bacchus Marsh last week ; but, as most persons do make comparisons of this kind, we may be pardoned for saying that, upon the whole, the show of grain and da...

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BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 April 1867

BALL AN, (FuRO~ OUR CORnElSONDrNT.) IT will be seen by the obituary of this week that Mr. George Cooper, late Secretary and Treasurer to the Ballan Shire Counci , has passed to the " tomb of his fithors." Gone, as Ebenezer Elliott says : "With millions, from at world of woos, Unto the land which no one knows." Or, to use the beautithl words of Longfellow: "Into the land of the groat departed. Unto the silent lind I" Mr. Cooper entered the Government ser vice early in life, and through upwards of forty years has been enguaged in, and more than once during his long colonial calreor has fulfilled, some of the most important offices of State; whilst his labours in every depart mont were over distinguished by scholastic abilities of the hie.hest order. For the last two years a rapid %reaking-up of his con stitution was observable. Mr. Cooper's ap pearance if late lays often reminded us of his country' great poet, Thomas Moore, whom we ha?kilto honour to see just boefore his death and as ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 April 1867

THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. BACCHUS MARSH BRANOH. P.AID-lD. CAPITAL . . £540,000 RESERVE FUND . . . £130,000 CURRENT RATES of INTEREST ALLOWED On Monisca deposited for fixed periods. T; NIXON BINNEY, MAANAO?1a . COMMEROIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA (LIMITED.) NOTICEI is herebhy given that a Branch of this . Bank will bo UP'ENEI) at IJALLAN on TUESDAY, the 23rd April currentl, under the managemeont of Mr. 11ha:sm NoMNAN BROWNE. By order of the l)iroctors, (GEO, VALLENTINE, General Managor. Melbourne, April 8, 1807. 42nd Section Amending Land Act. A PPLICAN'TS for Land under the provisions of the above Section, in the Blackwood and Bacchus Marsh Divis;ions, are hereby requested to forward their applications to ine, at my Office in Kynoton, or at my Survey Camp, as early as possible. Mr, 1. IIAR BORI), B3acchns Marsh, is autho. rised to recoive applications for meo. STUART MURRAY, Contract Surveyor. Kynoeton, April 12, 1867. A BAZAAR In aid of the PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, MELTON, Will be hel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 April 1867

GENTLEMIEN'S SPRING AND SUIMMER CLOTHING, UR purchases in the IHomo and Continental 0 Mafrkets are now to hand, and to which we invito special attention. The Newest Styles of Coatings In West of England Elastics, Ribbs and Moltons, sllie, of Chipping Norton, celebrated Tweeds, For Riding Trousers and Pants, now mixtures. All the dilffrent makes of West of England and Scotch Trousorings. Fancy French Cashmore and Quilting Vestings. Superior Waterproof Tweed Ovorcoatings. Russell Cords, Alpacas, China Silk, And Other Light Materials for Summer Wear. ALL GOODS T'IIOROUOIILY SHRUNK lBefore being made up. Patterns and lustructions for Solf-Moeasurement sent free by post, on application. A Large and Fashionable STOCK OF READY-MA)DE CLOTHING. OUTFITS TO ENGLAND And all parts of the World, on the Shortest Notice. Moderate Charges. First.class Cutters and Workmen employed on the premises. 000KSON AND BROWN, SUCoESSORS TO G. AND J. ESPIE. WIIITE DRESS SHIRTS. The attention of gentlemen requir...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 April 1867

IMPOUNDINGS. BACCOHUS MARSH.-Impounded 19th March, by Mr. Richardson. Trespass 2s. Brown horse, shod, like 17 near saddle, Ds off shoulder. If not claimed and oxpoenses paid, to be sold 17th April. On 22nd March, by John Cardell, Goodman's Creek. Trespass Gd. Red and white heifer, T off ribs, If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold 1st May. Win. Anderson, I'oundkooelor. BALLAN.-Impounded at the Ballan Shire Pound, on the 23rd March, by Richard Carroll. Trespass Gs. Floabitten grey mareo, R near neck, R over WH over B near shoulder, JP off shoulder, C off neck. If not olaimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 24th April. On 30th March, by Thomas Brown, Yaloak Vale. Bay horse, star, white on near hind foot, A in circle near shoulder. On 1st April, by Charles Smith. Trespass Gd. Red and whiteo yearling bull, no visible brand. On 5th April, by Thomas Nolan. Trespass Gd. Bay horse, star, stripe, and snip, both fore and near hind foot white, J near neck, A on top of blotch brand over ...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 April 1867

NEWS OF THE WEEK. The death of Mr. George Cooper, of Ballan, albeit at the ripe age of seventy-three, will cause a feeling of regret amongst the very large number of persons who were acquainted with him in lifo, and who, besides, have come in contact with the numerous members of his family so long resident in ]3allan and Biacchus Marsh, MIokonzio's Flat, which sonic persons in this district appeared a short timo ago to beo very desirous of possessing, was offered for sale in Molbourno on the 5th instant, at an upset price of £23 per acre, but failed to obtain any purchasers. At a meeting of the Committee of the Myrniong Mechanics' In;situte, held on Wednesday evening in the Common Schoolroom, there were present Messrs. D. Ryan, chairman, T. Whit, ienry Hodgson, H. W. Simmons, G. Drysdalo, H. Meiklo, jun., W. Meiklo, W. MI'Nicol, and N. P. Webbo, hon. secretary. Letters were read from-Depart, ment of Lands and Survey, notiflying appointment of Trustees; from M. L. King, Esq., M,P., p...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 April 1867

MARRIED. MARSHALL-M'FARLANE.--On the 8th instant, at 114 Lygon-street, Carlton, by the Rev. James Ballantyne, of Erskine Church, William Mar- shall, Bacchus Marsh, oldest son of James Marshall, Branxton, Northumberland, England, to Ellen M'Farlane, Bacchus Marsh, youngest daughter of James M'Farlane, Whitehouse, Tyrone, Ireland. DEATHS. COOPER.—On the 7th instant, at the residence of Sydney P. Robinson, Esq., surgeon, Myers- street, Geelong, George Cooper, Esq., of the county Kildare, Ireland, late Secretary and T'reasurer to the Ballan Shire Council, aged seventy-three. CRAVEN.-On the 6th instant, at Darley, near Bacchus Marsh, Mr. John Craven, aged forty- eight years, late of the firm of Craven Brothers, builders, Melbourne.

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BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, APRIL 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 April 1867

BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDING- LEY DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. MONDAY, APRIL 8. PRESENT—Messrs. G. G . Paterson (Chair- man), J. Young, J. Tyson, J. Ryan, and W. Grant. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Roads and Bridges Office, in reference to Maiager of Common Toll, and also ackuow. ledging receipt of letter in reference to im possibility of diverting the traffic during construction of Main Road. From HI. Kiely, Road Ranger, denying the truth of the allegations that had been made against him in regard to charging for cattle allowed to graze on the roads. From Mr. George Lane, Express Office,   complaining of storm water being allowed to overflow the footpaths, and injure his pro- perty. Ordered to lie over for Engineer's report. MANAGER OF COMlMON TOLL. Moved by Mr. Young, seconded by Mr. Ryan :--"'hat Mr. W. W . E tandftold be appointed manager of the Djerriwarrh Com mon Toll for the ensuing year, at at salary of £1 per month, and that a n...

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BALLAN. TUESDAY, 9TH APRIL. (Before Peter Inglis, Esq., J.P., and Walter Duncan Esq., J.P.) PATRICK HICKEY V. MANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 13 April 1867

BALILAN. TUESDAY, ODTs AI'rar,. (Before Poter Inglis, Esq., J.P., and Walter Duncan Esq., J.P.) PATRICK HICKEY V. MANLEY, This was an action for compensation for damages done to plaintiff's bullock, it being alleged that defendant shot it. Mr. R. Ocook appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Francis Miller for the defendant. Mr. Ilickey, on being sworn, said--I know defendant. Hie is a neighbour of mine. I live at Bungeoltap. I remember the 27th of March last. I saw my bullocks in Manloy's paddock ubout 7 o'clock in the evening. I also saw the defendant t the same timeio. Ilo had a guln in his hand. I saw him go towards my bullocks. I lostsight of him behind some corub. Then I heard the report of a gun. Saw the smoke, and then one of my bullooks began to run round. I thou wont up to Manloy, and said, "Don't shoot my bullocks," Manloy made no answer, but walked away towards his own house, which is about half a mile from mine. There wore four of my bullocks in defendant's paddock at the t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 April 1867

JAMES YOUNG, ANXIOUS to moot tho growing requiroments Sof the distriot, has much pleasuro in intimating to his friends and neighbours in Bachus Marsh and tho surrounding distriots, that ho has openod A WI-OLESALE AND RETAIL GENERAL STORE, VOIS THIE SUPPLY OF GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, IRON. MONGERY, AND OTHER GOODS, Suitable for the wants of the distriot. FARM and, DAIRY PRODUCE, of overy do scription, will be taken in exchange for stores. - J. Y. is prepared to makeo cash advances on crops, stook, wool, and dairy produce, .and to nogoclate loans on froohold property on modorato terms. J. Y. has ontered into arrangomonts with M'Caw and Another, of Melbourno, to dispose of farm and dairy produco on commission. Liberal advaneoos made on consignments to that firm. J. Y. trusts that, by strict attention to businoss, ho will rocoive a continuance of that patronage which was so libernlly accorded to him in'bygono years. N.B.-Orders promptly attended to. BONE MANURE, TURNBULL & DUGDALE...

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SELECTED POETRY. MY GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 April 1867

rBELI)OTED POETRY. NIY OR-AVE. . Tna following verses were given by the Dublin tNaion as one of the earliest pieces which camo 6in the pun of its late editor, Thloums Davis.] Shftll'thoy bury me in the d(loop, Whoro ilnd-forgeotting wators sloop P 'shall they dig a grave for me .'.Under the greeoonwood trooP Or on the wild heath, Whoro the wildur breath Of the strmn doth blow P Oh, no I oh, no t Shall they bury me in the palnace tombs, Or under the shado of catheodral domos P SSwoot 'tworo to lid on Italy's shore; Yet not thoro-nor in Urooo; though I lovo it more. In the wolf or the vulturo my gravo shall I find P Shall my ashes curoor on the world-soeing wind P Shall they fling my corpso in the battle mound, Whoro cofilolss thousands lio under thu ground Just as thoy fall they are buried so ? Oh, no I oh, no ! No on an TIrish gruon hill side, On an opening lawn-but not too wido; For I love the drip of the wetted trees I love not the gales, but a gontlo breeooreo, To froesheon thu t...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 April 1867

IMPOUNDING8, BACOIIUS MARISHII.-Impounded 22nd March, by John Cardell, Goodman's Creek. Trospass Od, Red and white heifer, T off ribs, If not claimed and exponses paid, to be sold 1st May. Wm. An derson, Poundkeepoi'. BALLAN.-Impounded at the Ballan Shire Pound, on the 23rd March, by. Richard Carroll. Trespass 5s. Floeabitten grey mareo, R near neck, R over WH over B near' shoulder, JP off shoulder, C off neck. If not claimed and exponses paid, to be sold on 24th April, On 30th March, byThomas Brown, Yaloak Valoe, Bay horse, star, white on near hind foot, A in circle off shoulder. On let April, by Charles Smith. Trespass Gd. Red and whito yearling bull, no visible brand. On. 5th April, by Thomas Nolan, Trospass Gd. Bay horse, star, stripe,. and snip, both fore and near hinid foot whlite, J near neck, A on top of blotch brand over like AC near shouldor, fistula off shoulder; black horse, star, near hind foot white, L off neck, illoegible brand off shoulder, If not claimed and expense...

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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. TUESDAY, APRIL 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 April 1867

PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. TUESDAY, APRIL 0. In the Leogislative Council-Tho prinoipal business was the appointment of a Committee to confer with members of the Assombly upon the Customs Bill. In the Lcgislative Assembly--After some un. important business had booeen transaoted, a dis cussion took placo up111on011 the recent appointments on a Commnission to inquire into certain mining disputes at IBallarat. It was moved by Mr. Gillios that the appointments mado woro unsatisfactory, as most of the goentlemeolon did not possess a technical knowledge of mining. The Government roeplied that the members of the Commission possessed all the requisito lknowledge, and were, besides, men of unimpeachable integrity. The motion was nega tived by 32 votes against 15. The estimates wore considered, and seoveral votes, of no great import anco, passed, a discussion arose as to the merits of Dr. M'Crao, the chiof medical olicer, but his charactr was defoendod by the Chief Secretary and Mr. Snodgrass. Th...

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NEW FENIAN ERUPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 20 April 1867

NEW FENIAN ERUPTION. (m on TII "AnOuS" LONDON coluIESPONDENT.) SCAnoELY had the Canadians had time to read Lord Carnarvon's despatch commuting the sentence of the maraudcrs convicted on their territory, when we wore presented on this side of the Atlantic with proofs of the still mischievous power of the Fecnian con spiracy. In America, since the elections, when the Fenian voto was worth buying, it had subsided into comparative quietudeo ; the total failuro of its boasted expeditions, dis sonsions among its leaders, and the growing suspicion that they had planned only a gigantio swindle, had combined to alienate many who weoro warm in their hostility against this country. ILead-Centre Stephens had booeen desposed; and the languishing organisa. tion seemed near to death, when by a now movement it has shown life enough to attract general attention. In London itself there has been a small stir; we have seen ministers summoned suddenly fromn the house in the midst of imlportant debates; ...

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