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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 7 August 1915

Latest WAR News! j= Stick to Your Guns, "MOSSY." . Continue to Fire Out The Best Material, - Latest Style, and Good Workmanship Which has taken you to The Front every time.. Erm. MOSS, The People's Tailor, G rant Street,, .: Bacchus Marsh ; TAYLOR'S CASH STORE Our CASH SYSTEM of ti~ading enables us to offer SUPREME VALUE in all the various lines we carry. All our Goods are BOUGHT FOR CASH, with the full discounts, and sold to you with a Minimum of profit. CASH BUYERS can 'command Lowest Prices. They will get them here.. Our reputation stands behind all our transactions, and we -guarantee satisfaction:. We do all classes of Jewellery and - Watch REPAIRS. Customers can depend on getting 'satisfaction. ELECTRO PLATE WARE.. ZONOPHONES. CROCKERY. SCENTS and SOAPS. DOLLS and TOYS. SCHOOL REQUISITES. STATIONERY. UNDERCLOTHING. . PICTURES and FRAMES. CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. JEWELLERY and REPAIRS. HOSIERY. and RIBBONS. Church and, Main streets, Bacchus Marsh. ' "I SIFOP! LOOK! LISTEN! Have you ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 7 August 1915

DEATHS. CONNOR -On the 2nd August, Jabez, be loved husband of Elizabeth Connor, 413 Hoddle street, Collingwood, and dearly beloved father of Mrs. W. Wort ]ey, Mrs. A. Taylor, Mrs. O. Bowring, Mrs. A. Brownrigg, and Charles, Harry, and Geo. Connor. LocKE.--On the 80th July, at 371 Victoria parade,.East Melbourne, Annie, widow of the late Rev. William Locke, P.A., and beloved mother of Lilian, Agnes, Annie, Mary, Fred; Jessie, Sumner, and Blanche, aged 73 years. E x EsTU ?D AsTed 7 91. SATU1RDAY, AUGUST 7, 1915.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 7 August 1915

: WEDNESDAY Aug.11 CLEARING SALE at MYRNIONG. L. A. FAIRBAIRN & Co., under instructions from Mr. R. P.' Wade, who has sold his business and is leaving Myrniong, will Sell by Pub lic Auction, on the ground, on the above date, at 1.30 p.m., the whole of his Household Furniture, Black smith's Tools, &c., as under: Blacksmith's Bellows, Anvil, Vyce, Post Drill, Bolt Cutter', Emery Grinder, Grindstone, 'Swage Block, Stocks and Dies, Drills, Tongs, Hammers, Anvil Tools, Augers, Braces, Bits, Planes, Saws, Sundries too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, com prising :- Sideboard, Wardrobe, Chest of Drawers, Dining Suite, Beds, Wire Mattresses and Bedding, Tables, Chairs, Cupboards and Sun dries. Firewood. Hooded Pony Phaeton (pole and shafts). Pony Cart. Handcart. Wheelbarrow. Cream Pony Mare, 6yrs., quiet in saddle and harness. Pony Mare, 2yrs., unbroken. Alpha Laval Separator (27 gals.) -in perfect, order. THURSDAY, 12th Aug Bacchus Marsh-Market. L. A. FAIR.BAIRN &a...

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RED CROSS FUND. Bacchus Marsh and District. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 7 August 1915

'RED CROSS° FUND. Bacchus Marsh and District. The hon. Sec. (Miss Beatrice W. Anderson) acknowledges, with thanks: Bacchus Marsh Rifle Club, £10; Mrs..A. R. Robertson and "Murri" 'House, 10/ each; Mrs. W. Kerr, Messrs.. McNamara and J. S. Lyle, 5/ each; G. Griffin, 2/6; Mrs.' Bond, .2/... Canaries, donated by Mrs.- Usher, raffled by Mrs. G. F. Rainsey, £5/6/; woni by Miss O'Hagan. Watch, donated and raffled by Miss 'Campbell, £2; won by Miss B. Delahey. .:Sale of daphne, by Mac. and Nancy Crisp, Minnie, Una and Lind say Williams, £1/4/2. Allison Edwards, sale of Gollywogs, 2/6. Bootlaces for soldiers, collected by Doris Bence-£1/16/6i . Goods donated-Pillowslips, books and old linen,- Mrs. 'Heagney. Towels washers, old linen, Misses. D'Arcy (Greendala). Cushion and hospital bags, Mrs. T. G. Pearce. Pillow slips, . Mrs. Tolmie. Ciffs, Mrs. Spurr. Matches, L. Wills. Books, Mesdames Setter and W. Dugdale. Old linen, Coimadai Stae School, Mesdames Straughen, .Dally, P. Shanahan, Thompso...

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BACCHUS MARSH COURT. Thursday, Aug. 5. (Before Messrs. W. Lyle, C. L. T. Alkemade, and Dr. T. B. Ryan, J.P'S.) [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 7 August 1915

BACCHUS MARSH COURT.. Thursday, :Aug. 51. (Before Messrs.. W., Lyle, .?. L. T. Alkeinade, anid b'ir??:. 'B. Ryan, J.P's.) Constable Barrett lproceeded against F. R. Manning for using insulting 'ords, on :Sunday, 1st A.ugust, in Young street. Mr. L. Dugdale appeared for Mr. Manning who pleaded not guilty.' The evidence for the prosecution went to show that Constable Bar rett had been watching 4the hotel for, Sunday trading, and had hidden for three hours in the Shire hall yard on ,the opposite side of the street. At about .dinner -time, he' saw Mr. Manning in the -street in front of the hotel, and asked him' what excuse he had for taking per sons on to his premises, to which he replied "What excuse? You can S well, find, rnut." - He also called him "a . :liar.'" The Constable .then arrested 'Manning. One witness was called in support. of the Constable, but he said only' the word "liar" was used, and no bad language. Mr: Manning said Barrett asked him what he meant by bringing people ...

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BACCHUS MARSH GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 7 August 1915

BACCHUS MARSH GUN CLUB. .On Saturday last: the starling championship of the. club was de cided. Conditions-12 birds, 25yds. rise; winner to receive gold medal, and be nominated by the club for the Commonwealth Championship, which is to be shot for at the Melbourne Gun Club's grounds, Brighton, to-day, 7th inst. 14 shooters competed in the interesting event. The birds were good, and misses frequent. At 10 rounds, C. Wills, the only shooter with a clean score, appeared to have the- cham pionship well" won, but it 'is the glor ious uncertainty of the game that makes it so interesting. Failing to grass his next bird, he let in "Daphne," L. Scott, and R. Hjorth, who had each previously lost one bird. Wills missed again on 'thh 12th round, Scott 'the 14th, "Daphne" the 15th, thus leaving Hjorth the winner, with 14 kills out of k pos sible 15. Hjorth will therefore re present the club at Brighton .to-day. Sweeps were won or divided by F. Manning, "Rowsley," P. Vallence "Daphne," R. Hjorth,...

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BACCHUS MARSH RIFLE CLUB CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 7 August 1915

BACCHUS 'MARSH "RIFLE CLUB CLUB. There was a good attendance at the annual meeting of members on Tuesday evening. As the range of the club has been closed for some time past, no shoot ing has been done. Several letters were read from. the Defence Depart ment indicating that they intended to -take' steps -to re-establish the range. A hearty vote of thanks was passed to Mr. A. T. Ozanne, M.H.R., for his efforts in tlis direc tion, also to Mr. C. L. Crisp for similar work. The balance sheet showed a credit balance of £23/16/, and it Was unan imously decided to vote £10 towards the local Red Cross fund. Officers elected for ensuing year,: Patrons, Mr. A. T. Ozanne M.H.R., Hon. W. Russell Clarke, M.L.C., Hon. W. 0. Angliss, M.L.C., Hon. A. R. Robertson, .M.L.A., Crs. M. R. Greene, J.P., W. Grant Morton, J.P., G. W. McFarland, Dr. T. B. Ryan, J.P., Messrs. Mark Kyle, J.P., J. G. Wells, P. A. McFarlane. Pre., ident; Mr. W. Grant; .Vice-Presi dents, Crs. John Wills, J. Watsoli, J.P., C. L. ...

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BACCHUS MARSH AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. Thursday, Aug. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 7 August 1915

BACOHUSI MARSH AGRIOUL -, TURAL '-SOCIETY. 'Thursday, Aug. 5. Present-Messrs.: J. D. Cameron (President), W. G. Hegarty, -C. E. Powell, A. Winderlich, J. Lodge, W. G lrant, J. Shine, D. O'Keefe, R. Dickson, C. Dickie, P. F. Emmett, J. B.- Doherty, W. P. Robertson, J.: Riddell (Melton), C. F. .Hegarty. (Secretary). . . There was a discussion as: to what' to do with produce collected for the District Exhibit, seeing that Royal Show had been abandoned.-Left to President, Secretary, J.. Lodge. and R. Dickson, to sell -anything that. could. iot' be made use of. Department .of Agriculture noti fied that a veterinary surgeon would attend on Tuesday, 31st. inst., at 2 p.m., if' any horses required certi ficates.-Left to Secretary to ascer tain if there were- any horses in the district which required them. Circulars about storage of -wheat, and supply of farm labor received. -No action in regard to either. - The prize list, as revised at last meeting;, then came up for adoption. -The Preside...

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Bacchus Marsh Observation Station. Readings for 24 hours on dates specified Week ending August 5, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 7 August 1915

Bacchus Marsh Observation Station. Readings for 24 hours, on dates specified Week ending August 5, 1915.: Date. Max. Mar. Min. Rain= in sun. in shade. in shade. fall. F. 801 99 .63 48 5 S. 81 95 55 ,47 8 Bu 1 118 61 48 1 M. .2 99 60 85 20 . Tu 111. 59 44. W.4' 110 60 40 2 Ta 5' 109 58 .49 8 Bainfal. for July, 128 aointe. July ,,"ý; ,"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 7 August 1915

Final Clearance of 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 now worn.. We have a few SPORTS COATS,left, which are also REDUCED to the same rates. ALL REAL BARGAINS. ne* * o*am ~~ HAr~lpc~ 84TOHNS WHAT THE STATISTICS SHOW. Statistics show that theie are more deaths from whooping cough than from scarlet fever, -but we have yet to hear of a case proving' fatal when Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was used. It should be given at the first symptom, repeating the dose frequently. The quick relief affor ded by Chamberlain's Cough Reni edy makes it favourite with mothers of young children., It' liquifes the tough mucus, tnaking it easier to ex pectorate, keeps. th'e cough loose and counteracts any tendency towards pneumonia. 'Chamberlain's :Cough Remedy has been used in many epi demics of whooping cough with per feet success. Sold by' W. Grant Morton, Bac chus, Marsh, and A. ...

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BULLENGAROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 7 August 1915

BULLENGAROOK. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) We are havi~ng splendid spring weather, and everything looks well, promising a -good harvest. Pearce Bros.' shaft was sunk 160 feet through bluestone, and bot tomed on pipeclay, .but no water. McCashney's sawmill is very busy. Three or four waggon~ leaving here every day. George McCashney has enlisted, and went to* Camp on Monday. The residents are going to give him " a cordial send-off as soon as he can ,ret a day off duty. James Keneally, another resident; is in Camp. He used to work for Mr. T. H. Skenc. Another of Mr. Skene's men has been at the Dardanelles since April, Pte. David Laidlaw (Mrs. Carmic : hael's brother). He is a crack rifle shot, and seems to have been lucky Sto. eqcape, so far, wliere such heavy casualties occurred. Red Cross dance here on Friday, 20th inst., in Mr. John Holloway's barn.

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MOUNT STIBNITE MINING COMPANY, COIMADAI. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 7 August 1915

MOUNT STIBNITE MINING COMPANY, COIMADAI. A further and final series of bulk tests of the East and West or cross lode on its developmhent from the winze, to its point of intersection with the main body, is reported by the Directors. The following results represent longitudinal sections of the hanging wall portion of the lode., over a width of 3 feet: Antimony, per cent.-Section 1, 18.18; Sec.,2, 6.34; sec. 3, 6.79; see. 4, 9.41; sec. 5, 7.69; sec.' 6, 10.91; sec. 7, 13.00; sec. 8, 6.95; sec. 9, 15.15; sec. 10, 12.60; sec. 11, 10.73; sec. 12, 7.66; sect 13, 4.79; sec. 14, 8.32; sec. 15, 8.72. The gold tests are not yet com pleted, and are not expected to be of such a high character as those previously obtained from the foot wall section. Final analyses of the latter portion, in so far as gold con tents .are concerned, have been com pleted, with the following results: Gold per ton-Sec. 17, 2dwts. 15 grs.; sec. 18, id. 10g.; sec. 21,. 5d. 16g.; sec. 22, 5d. 20g.; sec. 23, 3d. 20g.; sec....

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CONCERT FOR WOUNDED SOLDIERS' FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 7 August 1915

CONCERT FOR WOUNDED SOL - DIERS' FUND. The above event was largely at tended on Wednesday evening, in the Bacchus Marsh Mechanics' In stitute. Cr. John Wills (Shire President) presided, and thanked the large audience for its patronage. The men for whom the appeal was made were deserving of the :highest praise and the greatest liberality they could be stow on them. The programme was then procee ded with, opening with the National Anthem; followed by items from the local Pierrot Company, ,under the supervision of Mr. J. F. McLachlan, who very kindly undertook to pro vide the entertainment, and he is entitled to the very best thanks of all for doing so. The preparation of such an evening entails a lot of labour, as it must be remembered many rehearsals have to be held after business hours. The otner members of the company also ably assisted in the cause. The programme of items was a long one (too many to enumerate) but included some very, good chorus items by the whole company, and son...

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MELTON SHIRE COUNCIL. Friday, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 14 August 1915

MELTON SHIRE COUNCIL. Friday, July 30. ORDINARY meeting. Present-Crs. Leake (President), Robinson, Minns, Greene, Hornbuckle, .Browne, How ell, and McPherson. The 'Engineer (Mr. Gerald Little), applied for leave of ab sence, as he had volunteered.-Cr. McPherson moved that leave be granted; he hoped they would soon have Mr. Little back again.-Soc onded by Cr: Browne, and carried. Resolved, on the motion of Crs. Greene and Robinson, that Mr. D. A; Little be appointed Acting En gineer during the absence of his son. The Cbuntry Roads Board author ised the acceptance of the tender of John Carlson & Son for 1000 yards of spalls, for £250. Also approved of plans for contract 4 (Ballarat roid); and plans and specifications for two bridges on the Ballarat road. C. E. Barrie wrote that as the coming harvest was likely to, be a record one, the loading dock at .the Melton railway station would not be large enough. They should re quest the Railway ;Department to extend the platform up to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 14 August 1915

monmnweaItbg hankoK utmlia HEAD OFFICE - SYDNEY Opel. General Banking Business pI.~ita CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Banking and Exchange Business of every description transacted within the Commonwealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposits. Advances made against approved securities. Savings Bank "'Department BRANCHES in the chief centres and AGENCIES at over Poet Offices Interest at o° SDeposit •2550 in Australia per annum 3/ Deposit and Papua up to £300 INTERSTATE and INTERNATIONAL Savings Bank Facilities JAMES KELL, Deputy Governor. JIne, 1915 DENIS'N MILLER, Governor Busy ! Always Busy !. 3M.. OL-V8R, MAIN ST., BACCHUS MARSH. The Store where you get Civility and Prompt Attention, and GOOD ARTICLES at Reasonable Prices. Departments.-Fancy Goods and Toys, Crockery ...

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BACCHUS MARSH COUNCIL. Monday, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 14 August 1915

" BACCHUS MARSH COUNCIL. Monday, August 9. - ORDINARY meeting. Present-Crs. John Wills (President) M. R. Greene, W. Grant Morton, P: Pur cell, C. L. T. Alkemade, G. F. Ram sey, H: Meikle, J. T. Burnip, J. A. Brown, G. W. McFarland, D. Rob ertson. Cr. Robertson said he had visited .the Closed Roads Department in Melbourne, and the head officer in formed him that no communication had been received from the Council regarding its resolution passed agreeing to the opening of Shea's road. He asked for an explanation. -The Secretary said the letter had been sent on last month.-Cr. Rob ertson moved that another letter be written and given to Mr. Shea to forward on.-Cr. Purcell seconded. Cr. Alkeffade moved the Secretary write again, per registered post. President seconded.-Former motion withdrawn, and latter carried. Department of Public Works asked if there was any objection to leasing Allot. 3, Sec. XI., Parish of Parwan, to D. F. O'Keefe, Rowsley. -Left over for a month. D. Robertson, "O...

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THE EMPIRE'S CALL. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 14 August 1915

THE EMPIRE'S CALL. Lieut. E. J. Ryan, 48th Infantry, second son of Dr. T. B. Ryan, J.P., of Bacchus Marsh, has volunteered for active service, and is now in camp at the Officers' School of In struction, Broadmeadows. The residents of Parwan' gave a send-off to David-Miller Crowe, who has been assistant S.M. at Parwan for some time. They presented him with a gold watch chain, and shield, with his initials and inscription thereon. Cr. J. A. Brown made the presentation , on behalf- of Mr. Crowe's well-wishers. Mr. Crowe's railway friends (from Melton to Ingliston) also presented him with a silver cigarette case. Mr. Hartley made the presentation. Re= freshmonts and dancing filled in a pleasant evening. Another send-off will be tendered to J. Cardell, at Parwah, on 'Satar day evening next, 21st inst. The Victorian Railway Depart ment has supplied nearly 2,000 men for ,the Australian Army. Up till Monday last 1879 had enlisted. D. S. Linsday went into Camp this week. He is a grandson of ...

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MADDINGLEY PARK APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 14 August 1915

MADDINGLEY PARK APPEAL. The Trustees of the Park .beg to acknowledge, with thanks, the re ceipt of the following donations: ,Cr. M. R. Greene, J.P., £3; Miss Cora Greene, £2; Hon. W. C. Ang liss, M.L.C., £2/2/; Miss Uns worth's box, £1/4/; Crisp & Sons, R. Dickson, Miss Cahill; £1/1/ each; Thos. Anderson, E. Pearce, Win. Grant Morton, Mrs. H. S. Jones, J. A. Johns, C. Dickie, W. Grant, T. J. Connor, Miss Watts, £1 each; C. Pincus, Wim. Bennett (Williams town), 10/6 each; Rev. P.'J. Gleeson, W. Morton, sen., Mrs. T. G. Pearce, H. M. Hodgson, R. Crook, Dr. T. B. Ryan, Amos Greenwood, H. F. Kerr, 10/ each; A. McKenzie Tyers, Miss Williams, T. McGillivray; Mrs. W. Anderson', R. B. Kerr, C. F. Heg-, arty, Edgar Smith, C. L. T. Alke made, H. Crawford, J. Bailey, Jas. Cowan, F.' W. Tinker, W. P. Grant, F. Caspar, T. C: Bishop, W:. Horder, 5/ each; Mrs. J. Sloss,'4/i; Mrs. G. Scott, 3/; J. Reddrop, 3/; R. Crook, jun., E. Tracey, W. Palmer, Misses Allen, J. Markham, T. H. Pearce, Sil...

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WOMEN MANAGE THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 14 August 1915

WOMEN MANAGE THERE. The State of Besjukovschutschina, .n Russia, is probably the only place in the world that is managed entirely by women. This State is made up of seven vil lages, each presided over by a mayor ess, the whole under the superintend ence of a lady named Saschta. who acts as president. There are women magistrates, women, preachers, women policemen-in fact, every post in the State is filled by women. The roads are made by women, and women sell milk and deliver letters. If you want to bring an action against your neigh bours in this State, you go to a woman lawyer, and if there is anything in your house to be stolen, then a bur glar of the weaker sex steals it. No place of any importance is filled by a man. This state of affairs has been brought about by an epidemic which occurred in 1861, during which the men of thr. State behaved so badly as to reduce the population to starvation. Since - .en the women have taken the State in" hand and made it prosperous.

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RED CROSS FUND. Bacchus Marsh and District. [Newspaper Article] — Melton Express — 14 August 1915

RED CROSS FUND.: Bacchus Marsh and District. All ladies, wishing to join the St. John's ?Ambulance First Aid Class will please meet in the A.N.A. Lodge room on Tuesday evening, 17th inet., at 7.30. The hon. Sec. (Miss Beatrice W. Anderson) acknowledges, with thanks:- Darley Fire Brick Co. Employees, £1. Goods donated- Cushion, scarf, hospital bags, Mrs. T. G. Pearce. Washers, Miss Molly Morton, Jessie Scott, Nancy Kerr, Jean Dickaon, Reg. Ramsey, Lorie Morton, Jim Urquhart. Towel, Mrs. J. A. Mor ton. Hospital bags, Mrs. T. Ander son. Scarfs, Mrs. C. E. Powell, Bob. Alkemade. Ludo boards, J. Straug hen. Paper and envelopes, Miss Unsworth. Socks, Mesdames H. M. Hodgson, W. Williams, E. G. Mor ris, Misses N. Pearce,' M. I. Pearce, E. H. Dickie,- E. Ramsey, E. Davis, Edna Pearce, and Lorna Williams. Cushions, Miss G. W.. An'derson, Ella Armstrong. Books, Coimadai State School, Mrs. G. Taylor. Old linen, Coimadai State School, Mes dames G.- Taylor, Tolmie, B. Love, J. Morton (P.H.) Sent ...

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