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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

CHINA. Tho reported murder of Consul Morrison has boon contradieted. It is s:aid that the rebels have captured Linghau, the capital of Kingsu. The Nionfi took Newchang, and were afterwards attacked hy the hlupcrialist forces, and driven from the gatrisou.

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. JUNE 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

LATi' ST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS, Junra 12. Prussia has entered Holstein, which the Aus trians have evacuated. B]ismarck accuses Austria of a determination to force on hostilitiea, which Austria oenergetically ropols. An ostraordinary meeting has been convened of the shareholdern in the Agra Bank, for the purpose of considering a proposal for voluntary liqui dation.

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

SHIPPING. Arrivals, - Colonial Empire, Alerte, Goolwa, SufFolk, Donald M'Kay, Mediator, Blue Jiteket, Queen of the Colonies, Spitfire, Young England, Royal Standard (steanier), M'Duff, Wanoloa, Timaru, Star of Tasmania, Strathdon, Chi'lob of Fame, IHanilla Mitchell, Tientsin, A. W. Stevens, A. M. Gambleri, Minnie Wilson, Windward, Asia, MIary lRussell, Milford, St. Vincent, and Yatala. Departures for Melbourne :-Giant's Causeway, True Briton, Lady Egidia, Detroit, Prince Charlie, Kosciusko, Clutha, Golden Empire, Glendower, Norfolk, George Thompson, and Shalamar. For Sydney--Harlan, Ben Lomond, Canman, Annie Archbell, Rifleman, and Earl Dalhousie. For Queeoonsland.-Maryborough, Nonpareil, and Eastern Empire. For New Zealand.-Norwood, H, B. Bright, Bombay, Brierly Hill, Asteropo, Rowena, Ensign, Pegasus, Lord Clyde. For South Australia.-Coonatloo, Vicar of Bray, Penkina, Eloyno and St. Leonard's, For 'T'asmania.--Thoumts Brown. Several splendid ships have been launched for the Austra...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

CHINA. The English rcsidents are taking stops to secui'e telegraphie communication with England, vib Siboria. It is expected to be opened within a few months. China will 'then he brought within ten days' communication with London. Thapane t, is dead.son at oo-Choonsul had om Yooencehaad. ha brisk igconed.tition was aticipated amongs t lipperigap. For vessels were tomwed to FooChow. Stherates expected. were British bar8 Susan 01810%. . "»} o n " I:. l imno'rtant. -from ir Ricthered 'Donnell has fonsaed.ly opene shipe now mint at Hong Kong. Mr.ddo J. 1,09acdonld, ofwa detroy Majestd y's lfregtion in Jaan, is dead The whoiss Consl at Yokohamalies has resignen lost their livesd. From Singapore a large numbor of wrecks in the Straits are reported. The British barque Susan capsized there, only one man was saved. The ship Jeddo, 1,039 tons, was destroyed by fire by Chinese coolies, passengers, who mutinied. 141 coolies and three seamen lost their lives,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INDIA AND THE EAST. INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

INDIA AND THE EAST. INDIA. The late heavy failures of the English banks during the past mionth have onuscd great ercito ment in commercial circles. A reduction of do posits in the banks of India has taken place. The panic was lhssened by the Governmctit promising to support the Bank of Bombay. Most of the British forces in Bhootan have been removed in consequence of ill-health. The Russian army is encamped twenty miles off San.nmarcand, and negotiation have beeoon commenced between the Commander-in-Chief and the Kin; of Bokhara.. Shocks of earthquake had been felt throughout the greatest part of India, but they were not of a :serious character. The Chrysolito had arrived from Melbourne at Bombay with 155 horses. Fifty-five died during the passageo. . The Government responded liberally to the appeal for aid from the panic-stricken districts in Bougal; placing large funds in the hands of the collectors of distrioteifor the pnrohase of grain to distribute gratuitously, and for the gene...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

CONTINENTAL. War between Prussia, Austria, and Italy, seems cortain. Their armaments are enormous, and none of them will disarm, Austria has a million, Prussis 500,030, and Italy 100,000 men under arms, Prussia demands for herself the Danish Duchies. Austria refuses her consent. Italy wants Vonetia. Austria refuses to give it up. Garibaldi, by nuthority of the King, is raising 50.000 volunteers. England, France, and Russia, as a last resource, have suggested a conference, to bo held on June 5, at Paris. All the three belli gorents agree, but evidenutly are agreed to nothing else than to listen and complain, and defend their own course. The English Governmest itself .announces that it has no hope of a peaceful issue. .War is inevitable. There has boon a severe panicand pressure, not upon merchants, but upon credir, finance, dis count, a banuking ooupItiou...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

NEWS OF THE WEEK. We have to announce that the banquet to the representatives for West Bourke in the Lelislative Assembly, Messrs. King, Riddell and Smith, has been definitely fixed to take place on Friday, the 17th August. Several members of the Government are expected to be present. We notice, from our advertising columns, that the new Presbyterian Church, at Ballan, will be opened for public worship to-morrow. The Rev. D. M'Donald, of Emerald Hill, will preach in the morning; the Rev. Joseph Black, pastor of the congregation, in the afternoon; and the Rev. W. Henderson, of Ballarat, in the evening. A soiree will be held in the church on Tuesday evening, the 24th instant, at six o'clock, when, in addition to the gentleman already mentioned, the Rev. Messrs. Mackie, Meek, Scott, Lambie, M'Nicol, J. Young, Esq., Dr. Fairbairn, and the resident clergymen of other denominations are expected to take part in the proceedings. From an advertisement in our columns our readers will observe ...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMERICA. NEW YORK, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

AMERICA. NEW YORK, May 16. 'Iresident Johnson sent to the Senate yestor inay, his veto upon the bill admitting Colorado as a state into the Union. The Senate ad jourth1ed without reading the veto message, thee promulldg'ttiol of which was consequently su 8p'ressed. ' Ia the Hou ? of I?epresentativeo, Mr. (ilChan dhr, a democrnt, offel'red a resolution declaring the President's course patriotic and constitut iolna in seeking to In'otect by his veto and pow Mfi rights of the people against the wick and revolutiollnary acts of malignant nuld rsclhievons men. The action of the Preosont, he said, merited the approval of the iosooe anll deserved the support of all loyal loen. MAr. Chandler also moved that the F'recdnlen's ] uroeau, being llnecessary, should be abolished. The House rejected the resolu tion by eighty-two against twenty-two votes, and ifterwuards p?ssed at resolution censuring 1. t ihandlr fir attempting a gross insult to the House. The House passed a bill pro hibiting the d...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ALTERATIONS IN THE CABINET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

THE ALTERATIONS IN THE CABINET. The following was published on the 18th inst. in a Gazette Extraordinary - MINISTERS OF THE CROWN IN VIC. TORIA RESIGNED. His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has this day accepted the resignation of office by The hon. Archibald Michie, of the office of Minister of Justice; and by The hon. James Forrestor Sullivan, M.P., of the officeo of Minister of Mines. MINISTERS OF THE CROWN IN VIC. TORIA APPOINTED. His Excellency the Officer Administering the Government has this .day been pleased to appoint The hon. Henry Miller, M.L.C., to be a Vice President of the Board of Land and Works and the Commissioner of Railways; Samuel Henry Bindon, Esq., M.P., to be the Minister of Justice; William Mountford Kinsey Vale, Esq., M.P., to be Vice.President of the Board of Land and Works, and the Commissioner of Public Works and John Macgregor, Esq., M.P., to be the Minister of Mines. MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. His Excellency the Officer Admini...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARRIVAL OF THE BOMBAY WITH THE MAY MAILS FROM EUROPE. GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

ARRIVAL 01F T WITh 13OMBf A . --. 'F.. {HGENER.KIG L SUMMIARIY,: LonoN, May 20. . 'Tihe Australiaii March mails 'were delivered in London on the 11th and 18th May. " .: :The Queen and the junior members of the Royal fimnily are in good health. The Queen resides at Osborne. The Princess of Wales has held a drawing room, and is becoming very popular. Prince Christian and Princess I-Jelena'simar ria"e is fixed for tho Nth of July, 'tle Princess Marv of Camnbridge's marriage with Prince eelk is fixed for the 112th June. 'Thelo Ministerial Beniea lill, as explained. by Ministers, was lie Franchisoe Bill. The Opposition demonnded that the' Government should prodllco their whole scheme of reforlm. M.r Gladste was forced to produce the re distribution of seats ineasmre, and finally fused it into the other mieuisir'e. 'The re-distribution schoeme proposes 11no disfranlchisement at at all, but to take away one nembcer from each of the small boroughs now clecting two, and roupling the other sm...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. "ALIQUIS." To the Editor of the EXPRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

CORRESPONDENCE. " ALIQUIS." To Iho Editor of the ExPnrss. Sm,--Will you allow me to say a few words in reference to a letter signed "Aliquis," which appeared in the columns of your contemporary last week ? The writer, in language hich be trays a great deal of temper, deprecates your taste in "polluting" your columns by the insertion of a paragraph which he pronounces to be characterised19by "bad taste and vulgarity." I am really at a loss to see the force of his criticism. He does not venture to say that the paragraph in question is untrue; and, if true, I fail to perceive what makes the notice of an embryonic clergyman's accidentally falling into a water-hole objectionable. Is "Aliquis" aware of any circumstances connected with the case which make it disreputable ? In my humble opinion, the writer, by giving publicity to such an intemperate letter, does his client a gratuitous injury. It is to be hoped, Sir, that you will be careful to prevent such inconsiderate communi cations fro...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROPOSED CHANGE OF NAME FOR BACCHUS MARSH. "I knew he was villain, from the name he bore." OLD PLAY. To the Editor of the EXPRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

PROPOSED CHANGE OF NAME` FOR . B3AOCHUS MARSH, " I know ho was villaiun, front tohe namoa he bore." OLD PLAY, I'o the Editor of the Expnrss. Sit,--ýWill you allow me a little of your space to: give expression to a conviotion which has pos sessed noe so long, and which )lakes me so un comfortable that unless I am p?'inittod to give utterance to it something serioi .nmay happon. TWe must alter the name of the 1lace. :Bacchus Marsh I who over heard of such ,,,_".n-abl, on,,,lltliO?ltn 1.....,, t I.o vuiy ' ,"! Australia that such a name would be tolerated''or a single day. Tolerated it has been, however, ,or the last five. and-twenty or thirty years. Bit the datr has surely come when it will be blotted out of the Australian mnap for over. Indeed it is about the only grudge 1 bear the People's MIinistry that, amid all their reforms, they havouover thought of reforming the nnme of this Vieti ian paradise.. Iacchus ! we all know that the nano, was borne by a very worthy manu who long ago ...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A POST OFFICE FOR BARRY'S REEF, To the Editor of the EXPRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

A POST OFFICE FOR BARRY'S REEF, To the Editor of the EXPRess, SIR;-Permit me, through the medium of your valuable paper, to bring under notice the great requirement that at present exists for a post office at Barry's Reef. At present great inconve. nience, and sometimes loss, is experienced by the residents in having to receive their letters through Golden Point Post Office, a dis tance of three miles. Considering the growing importance of the locality, which I may truly state is now the mining centre of Blackwood, in fact, the only position at present where any activity prevails, suchl a state of things should no longer exist. Some time since a deputation waited on the Postmaster.General and presented a peti tion with 150 signatures, when an Inspector visited the place, and has, no doubt, reported thereon; but what the nature of the report was we have been kept profoundly ignorant. I be lieve it has been stated that, on his visit to the post office, he found but two letters for thi...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CENTRAL COMMON SCHOOL. To the Editor of the EXPRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

CENTRAL JCOMION SO HOOL. To the .dilor of1 tho E ss. ' SmT,-- I is current that strane doings have lately been the order of the iany a-the Central dommou School here, The 'children seem to be aware that afifirs are considerably. awry so fiar as the teachers are concerned, and the situation is .further complicated by the fict that the schoolmistross has disap peared from the sceno of her labours for some days. Is Mr. Millie working out; a reform in the establishmeunt, or iss Miss M'Outcheon out for a holiday? As theo public havo a right to know how the School is being managed, perhaps some member of the Local Committee will vouchsafe an ex phluation. ...... Yours obediently, . INQUIRER.

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BACCHUS MARSH. POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 18. (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M.; J. Young, Esq., J.P.; and Dr. Rae, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

BACCHUS MARSHI. POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, (Before Charles Shuter, Esq., P.M.; J. Young, Esq., J.P.; and Dr. Rae, J.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.-Mary Ann Ains. worth was charged with being drunk and disor derly. After being suitably admonished by the Bench she was discharged. Sum?roNs,-John Vale sued James Short for the sum of £16 Ss., which he alleged was due to him for work and labour done. Verdict for the amount claimed, with 17s. Gd. costs, DETENTION.-William James, for the executors of the late Henry James, was charged by Thomas Manley with illegally detaining a mare of the value of .20. The defendant, who is owner of the horse Matchless, claimed compensation for having had to paddock the horse for a long period. An order was given for the restitution of the horse on payment of 48. INTERPLEADER SunvuONs. - An interpleader summons was granted, at the instance of the police, to inquire into the ownership of about 850 sheep which had been seized by the police under the authori...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

HEAD MASTER WANTED FOR TuIn BACCHUS MIAlRSH CENTRAL COMMON SCHOOL AVERAGE ATTENDANCE, 100. Salary of former Teacher, about £300 per annum. Duties to commence on or about the 13th of August next. Applications, with testimonials, to be sent to undersigned, on or before Wednesday, the 1st of August, 1866. By order of Local Committee. J. E. CROOK, Honorary Correspondent. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE SOUTH PROVI NCE: T the uggostion- of. several of your number, I offer myself as- a CANDIDATE for the representaiobnu of your: Province. In a few days, I shall have the, opportunity of rehearsing my politioal'opinions, whiol are independent, liberal, and progressivo. I favour a reform in the con. stitution of the Upper House, and should support the Ministry in obtaining a fair trial for the mneasreiF they have recently carried. I have ever doomoed it a great honour you conferred in returning me as one of your representatives at the first election,, and shall spare no pains to do you justice if you ...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

NOTICES TO O.RRB rwrONDENT. We are reluctantly compelled to omit several important communications, on account of their having come too late to hand. Communications should be forwarded to us as early in the week as possible, and be addressed to the Editor, .Expres Offlice, Bacchus Marsh. We have received several communications on various subjects which are either unsuited to our columns or are not in a proper form for publication. All communications and articles of intelli gence intended for publication require to be authenticated by the name and address of the writer. Unless this is attended to, Correspondents may rest assured that no attention will be paid to their communica tions,

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A DISCLAIMER. (To the Editor of the EXPRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

A D)ISCL A.IMER . )To ho .Editor of tlhe ]xPlEss.) Sin,-As I have re?sonl to boliev that several well meaning but silly persons ascribe to me the honr of having written a pnvagrapli headed11 " Woddingr nod mnirrow escapo from drowning'," which Ia()eared in the JI pr'ess of the 7th instant, I fake this opportunity -to deny any knowledge of it whatever. Also, to state tlhit I (do not know who the nuthor oflit is, and fhrther, that, I have not the leaslt wish to make his acltllillltutlCe. I am, Sir, your obodient servanlt, 8Y. COOPIR. ]Il~lnlh JTul 11 . . ..-..-: :

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. SCARCITY OF GRASS AT[?]MERRIMU. To the Editor of the EXPRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

CORRESPOND]NIE. SC;A1t.0,IT'Y OF GRASh~ S jff 1"1t.11 1 i To /1wr .(liddor q/' the Mesi~:ls s Hin - (Thcacitly. oA grass i; h n n ti l inn cry iii tim pastorl uudljilttra dlistlicts tiofatc, wi oIdenvOIi in I wordIs, to eIxlain tho rosons wliyi~.si\ H is so sarce ill this (ldtirict, As very' ,ito oain felu duriiig; tm r'munrnzcr muntlih, .i ; con ,ý l sequence was that the land becamle parehed" and the grass withered away; and there is a class of sclepowners known as travelling, squatters, who have from 70 to 500() cresw of land, and f'olo 500 to 2000 sheep bralted with the letter '.', which they drive about ir all directions under the pretence of travellian, and oat up the grass which grows on t? Commnons, Rsorrves, unoccupied land, &C., and in somn cases oo so fhr as to shphellcrd them in their neighlblours' paddocks by night. I will state :1 ease which came uinder iny cwvn observation a fbw months ago. A. ceriuin area of land was taken up by sclection. iNot long after tll...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 11. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and H. Lawrence, Esq., J.P.). [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 21 July 1866

POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 11. (Before C. Shuter, Esq,, P.M., and H. Law rence, Esq., J.P.). VAGRANT.--Honry Donaldson, brought up on remand from last Court day, was further remanded for seven days. The prisoner appeared to be labouring under a slight aberration of mind, being under the impression that parties unknown to him were in the habit of eireulating reports injurious to his charactoer. Under the oircumstances, the Beonch con.idorod it prudonb to remand him for at further period, to give them an opportunity of judging as to his sanity. DRUNnK AND DISORDERLY. - Patrick Fohran, charged with being drunk and disorderly, was ordered to be imprisoned in the look-up for twenty-four hours.

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