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AGRICULTURAL. IS PRAIRIE GRASS PERENNIAL? [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866

AGRIOULTUIRAL. IS P[tAlItIE GRASS PERENNIAL? A coOlltrl'ONiitNTr, from Kianmat, communicates the following observations on the above question to the Sydney Mjornina lHe;ald: "Somen months since, a. report on the grasses of the colony was read by Mr. Moore, at one of the meetings of the Acclimatiisation Society, in which it wal stated that the prairie grimt wLas neither porenniatl or atoloniferons. It was my intention at the time t r'-avo taken exception to both these stayte rui se. di, owing to sickneis in llny family, my aottent~ivia drawn from the subject until a few days inee when it was nlgin brought under my notice (iy some gentlaemen) in the report of the Acclinat idetion Society, Its being opposed to thie exlerience of graiers in this district. In the early part of ISfoi , Ih poricaised one pound of seed, which I mcattered broaducast during heavy rain, over a pleco of ground consisting of about an acre, then recently brushed and burnt off; it portion of this land consisted of...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] MR. MAIRS AND THE GUARDIAN. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866

OORRESPONDEN E 0 . [Wo are not responsible for the opinions ~prpssed bU our correspondents.] iMR. MAll8S AND TIIE GUARDIANT ? To t1he J'ditor of the ,,y,''ss. Sin--I see that the "pet paper" has b)eenl "snarling'" at ome. It is a vicious cur, but it has got no teoth. Like all poodles, it licks its lips, and wags its tail, at the feeot of Council tables, and whoen it gets a bone into its kennel it snarls, and cries " how ! wow !" I was not a little lnused at the statement of the learned editor, alias " Job Snarl," that I had been taking' lessons fiom him in gralm mar, and at his proposal to teach meo logic. Would it not be well for him to open a grammar school at once ? " GUArRDIAN OFFICE GRA.MMAR SCIIHOOL," in largo capitals, would be a first-rato head ing for his prospectus; and you want a grammar school, to serve as i ton necting' link between your Central Com nmon ehool and the UInivorsity. It is a pity that our youth have to go to Melbourne, Geolong, or Landsberg, to learn 'raUl...

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THE BITER BIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866

re 1quirte,, .1 THE BITEi 3IT. -A. New Hampsh v editor, recently trav ling, had his wal t abstracted from his po ket by an adroit pie y pocket, while indulgingin a short nap. -q 1 thief was so disgusted vith the result of exploit that he immeliately returned 1 t plunder to the address written inside I wallet, with the fbllo\ing note:-" I miserabil skunk, hears your pockit-book. t don't keep no sich. For a man dressed l well as you was to go round with a we with nuthin' in it but ; lot of noospa] T scraps, a ivury tooth-comb, two noospa ; stamps, an' a pass from a rale-rode direct I is a contemterble impursifion on the pub SAs I hear your are an editor, I return yi trash. I never robs any only gentlemen.' Slmnericar~n Paper. f New SPECIEs or Fown.--A gigantic barn-y fowl, called the begumn gaynsa, has been introdt into Scotland from Central India. The mald thirty inches high, and appears like the Shang] except that on the head at couple of minute poi 1 of at horn-like substance, rise...

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THE STORM IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866

THE STORMI IN EUROPE. (Fion 'inx Mrl:,Lournis "SrCTATOI," Avo. 18.) Pou soveral months past the political sky of' lurope has been lowering with forebodings t f a mi rhty tempest. The thickening' war-t ,louds Ilung gloomily over the Continent, md, the utmost efhlrts of the diplomatist oaving failed, the pent-up storm at length broke forth. The evil genius of' war is cast loose to breathe out his ilaniu,' ragoe upon the 3arth, to food upon human lives, to make desolato many a fair home, and to sting nimny s gladsome heart with unutterable anguish. h'le hest hopes of the peacemakers are rnoshed, for that cruel storm has begun of which we see the dread beginning, but the dire issue of which none can foretell-that storm which has for its thunder the roar of artillery, and for its rain torrents of blood and the tears of the widow and orphan. The dominion of universal peace and good-will seems as far off' as ever, and of a surety our own eyes shall not behold that blest tine when The warri...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866

Siwrire to you Iroin so0ue plIco nearer the scene action. IMPOUNDINGS. BACCHUS LIARSIL-Impounded 26th August, 366, by T. Akers. Trespa~3 6d. Notice sent to . F. Staughton. Light strawberry steer, SS near as, S on both buttocks, uGI off rump, S in circle ribs. If not. claimed ai expenses paid, to bo S109th September.- On 30th August, by A. 1vn. Trespass 5sa White cow, red cars, near eit, LYON near ribz. If not claimed and ex QOn paid, to be sold on 3lrd October, 1866.-- 6d .-t August, by William Robinson. Trespass b an11 he11ifer calf, both eia's marked, no visible 4o? * If not claimed amd expen.'es paid, to bc keep?p' September. William Anderson, Pound. 16, -j-Impounded at Melton, :5th August, black piL -U ore. Tr(sass i3N. Bay iire, and Oxp.t lik- M near' aoulder. If nout claimnel 18G6. Jolaid, to bo sold on 26th September. ,-GISBO F'Donald, Poundhkeepr. August; -.-hImpounded at Gisborno on 27th Light-grey,'or "' . L tophen, Ttresitpe.. tr.p JJ off sthol', blind near 0ye3, Z near l...

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THE WAR IN EUROPE. LATEST INTELLIGENCE, PER THE KAIKOURA, FROM PANAMA. Home News Office, Monday, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866

THE WAR IN EUROPE. LATEST INTELLIGENCE, PER T-HE KAIKOURA, FROM PANAMA. (Prom the Argus) Home News Office, Monday, July 2. We have given an account, founded on tele grams from Berlin, of decisive victories on the 27th and 28th Juno over the Austrians by the armnies under the command of the Prince Royal of Prussia and Prince Frederick Charles. Now we publish the Vienna telegram, which claims for the Austrian army a decisive victory on both points. In a case where representations so on tirely conflicting as those of the Berlin and Vienna telegrams are made, it is, of course, impossible to say on which side the truth lies. That one of them must be grossly deceiving the public is obvious, unless we are to suppose that the battle, which lasted two days, remained undecided, and that each party, therefore, claimed the victory. Not only does each side claim the victory in the f ield, but the Berlin accounts state that the Prus sinns took Munchengratz, while the Vienna accounts state that th...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and Dr. Rae, J.P.) LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BACCHUS MARSH. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEmBER 5. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and Dr. Rae, J.P.) LARcENY. Thomas Winter was charged with having, on the night of Sunday, or on Monday morning last, stolen certain articles-boilers, tin dishes, jam pots, &o.-from the premises of Mr. Watts,. shoe maker. The prisoner had boon brought before, James Young, Esq., J.P., on Monday, and sen tenced to three mouths' imprisoument;' but it was discovered that the sentence was passed informally, the magistrate not having jurisdiction; the prisoner was therefore brought before Dr. Rae, J.P., and he now appeared on remand. Constable Kiernan stated that, about twenty mouths ago, prisoner had been convicted of lar ceny from Mr, Watts, and had received a month's imprisonment. Mr. Watts stated that prisoner had now robbed him four times. When he resided at' Inglewood prisoner had stolen £20 from him, and a warrant had then been issued for his apprehension, Winter pleaded guilty, ...

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BACCHUS MARSH AND MADDINGLEY DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866

ITCcHtrS MARSH1 AND MAADDING tLEY IxSTRICT ROAD BOARD. it,',ilanal fortnightly meeting of the above Board. was held on Saturday last, 1st Sep tonilce'; ''Prefesnt--- r. G. G. Paterson, Chairmi n ; Mess'rs. llyan, Tyson, Burke, J. Young, and W. Grant. The minutes of the previous meeting were read-and confirmed. IESERVATION OP 03'KMIZTnE'S FLAT, The following letter was read from the ollie of Lands and Survey: "Melbourne, 81st August, 1860. "Sinr-In reply to your.communication of the 14th ultimo, I have tihe honour to state that the land therein mentioned, known as ' M'Kenzio's Flat,' has been withheold from occupation under the 42nd section. The Board of Land and Works declines, how ever, to take s.teps to permanently secure it from sale, as it is intended to re-survey part of it with a view to saledo by auction. " I have, &e., " S. MotRnAlI, "For the Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Survey." MAIN ROAD 5sl0RJIYT. A. letter was also read from the Roads and Bridges Departmen...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866

NEWS OF THE WEEK. We have been c-hown a specinmon of very rich gold-hearing quartz, obtained a few days ago from a reef in the neighbourhood of Bacchus lMar:h. 'T'he loc~ality is kept a secret for the preecnt by the fortunate finder', who intend to forward a na:,ml.le to Melbourne for assay. We woithhold furthrr partituhlar until we are iu a position to state the result, We direct attention to an advertiseneint in our columoon announcingl a conference of delegates ot the three local Farming Societics, to be held in the Mechanics' Inatitute, Ilacchous Marsh, to.day (Saturday), at twelve o'clock, A meeting of our Road Board was held on Satur- day last, the 1st inst. The principal business was to elect a qualified person to act as Valuer an Collector for the ensuing year, when a most extraordinary proceeding on the part of the Chair- man and other members of the Board took place. After the different applications (consisting of twelve) had been read, the Chairman, without com- plying wi...

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BLACKWOOD. FRIDAY, AUGUST 31. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and II. Lawrence, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 September 1866

BLACKWOOD.               FRIDAY, AUGUST 31. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and H. Law- rence, Esq., J.P.) DEBT.–August Ludwig v. Richard Polglasse. £6 17s. 6d., for work and labour done. No service, dismissed.

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RULES OF ARITHMETIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866

We I RULES OF ABITB1ETIC. and TaE rule of proportion with ladies isa tagvpent waist, small feet and haab. and a large a criaoli m awnat as the fashion will permit. Will In famiies where tre ersa pEenty-oj boyp," tesr' is well understood. rn some insolvency test owing to the leauie'pGt of time in decaring a dividenad it is a dediidelr case of long diviion. ae The- laws of exchanga ara ofte-s ikd. i publie dinners, as yom frequently g(t a hbat: a "echanug for your new onre. myth ,bi&iB isr tIfnoS af ournfite ruite rweri agmidhai to the salaries of Government dlerws, ihena Sitaitriction is the only awdfuneti e anesto by thieves, playwightýS, and ies k narains ·f Ln ~apablfebaznar milic Simpl addition is a foolfahmodi oc iad 7blirn t aneatroubltes. hctfae is courteit blyMayws sW. Wg MS V fefsare trfep adc of.r the cocr. UJa;E TYasr&aWtBmWti na=r0t Gnowva f POitOacirliL h'eaB * tereat is a qeantisowipEolgg lteclonom1 h e4i more bintrast yeiu. pgoae the moairmnOThr , reIUe...

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NOODLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866

C0)LES. NOTWITHSTANDING tie " march of intellect," and the great exertbns now made for the diffusion of useful lakwledge, there are still to be found in everyiplhere of life not a few who may be denomirated Yoodles. We have met of late years wmh many w-orthy persons, who imagined that vhen once the "school master" was fuiril abroad, the noodles, like the rest of the comluniity, would be benefited Sby his labours. Tey thought it impossible thiat these would remain 'stationary when everybody else ws "-'oing a-head:" The showers of knowlezge which were descending in all directions f-m the press could not fail, they argued, to poetrate into the hardest and thickest heads anong them. Nay, some of the more enthusstic renovators of society hinted that they iad no doubt but that their friend the "scholmaster" would put an effectual extingisher on the whole class. The hopes of thee worthy men have, how ever, been ratheidisappoiAted. They are still in a flourishingcondition. To us this is no ...

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REUTERS LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. LONDON, 11th August. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866

'$ t-wtLeOso, ith-6 AugusaB. i ;;. Miiatmj vatses etstatine it6 ce itK ;'.;-. ;.,im ati rue 2 . * .:5fan:-itz hai- &.isaxft tte ifraas ioif E Vihav a:s .fasy, afw fi ti? PSB $ Sf i - 11wi-11f The S r Ai-' Tea i ©sa iT."^ ^'vil FfL. . r , s - I et Aigat *uwt ;;iUt:n 4p '3tt! d y3eitt 6&iT at ;s :' 'm: ' ;u. a t &» yyn . s rwThe '.'m:. spa m: -, 4:M' s j & fdityfwiw. Sp..A 91#M 7L,,,g

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THE DIVISION OF THE GRANT IN AID OF AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866

THE DIVISION OFPHE GRANT IN AID OF AGiCULTURE. SCHEDULO showing ti amounta receivable by each agricultural societ, in connection with the Board of Agriculture, et of the grant-in-aid for the year 1866, under b~-laws No, 37 and 38: Proportion Amount of Receivable Name of Society. Revenue. out of the Grant-in-aid. a s.d. £. s.d. Bacchus Marsh ... " 139 0 6 9S 15 11 Ballarat .. ... 688 12 0 422 6 4 Baringhup ... 73 19 0 52 11 5 Beeehworth .. . 97 3 6 69 1 1 Bendigo ...... ... . 892 12 0 278 10 0 Carisbrook ...... 213 7 7 151 12 7 Castlemaino ..... 455 18 7 323 19 10 Chiltern,Barnawartha,& 86 2 0 61 3 10 Colao ... ...... 50 7 0 35 15 8 Geelong&WesternDistric 668 3 3 415 1 8 Glundaruel . 301 5 6 214 1 9 Glenlyon, Franklin, &o,:.l 294 10 8 209 6 1 Hamilton ... ...... ... 215 0 0 152 15 8 Kilmore ...... ...... 139 7 3 99 0 9 Kynoton ......... 03 13 3 215 15 9 Melton ... ........ 76 2 6 5.1 1 11 Morniugton ...... ... 1 1 0 100 4 8 Newstead ...... ......8 1 6 105 4 6 ...

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INDO-EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, 26th July. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866

INDO.EUROPEAN TELEGEAMS. Lox.oo, 26th July. The riote in Hyde-park have been renewed, and the GOoernment hare promised the withdrawal of the polics and military. sLoano, 27th July. The Atlantic cable haa been succesasflly aid. A parliamentary commihtfee recommends the catabilishmnt of a. direct telegraphbi line to India via Egypt. The i;.,ýrn riots were renewed yesterday, The armiLitice haa been indenfiitely protonged. The' Pru.Sian troopa still ocacuy MoSava and kZ>GoM, 8oth Svy. A 4tcia. ,anI Pruniaa hba.e signed the bsis of p'". negotatio~aa, and all the Guema= States ha-; ti'3e Ao an armistiac forf&=r wees.i Italy l'-rivia the umCtndLtiondainOin ofTenetia by pidbiscitc. 4 L-naox, 2nd August Clnaatailztocy-t me jages have paae Ibetween si P hinioin R;In andc hearfMajiesty QeeaVictori | by tca 3nbne'3 Cble . . CMr. Caiitmiao Chauc& EatB AhocitimBiEU was read a. 3<ini? time last evening, 1 asos, ud; Aungast. i £<n0, gt i zaged. rThi Faitl (a...

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CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866

CONTINENTAL. The great European war is thought to be already ended. After a series of sanguinary engagements, upon entering Bohemia, the Prussians, commanded by the King in person, encountered the main body of the Austrians, under Field.Marshal Benedek, at Koniggratz. The battle lasted the whole day. It is estimated that nearly half a million of men altogether were engaged. The battle terminated in the complete defeat of the Austrians, and their retreat across the Elbe, The slaughter was fright ful. The Anstriana lost 180 guns, and over 20,000 prisoners; and their loss in killed and wounded during the battle and in the pursuit is computed at from 20,000 to 25,000 more. After this crushing defeat the Austrians fell back upon Vienna, the Prussians following. The Austrians are now massed in and around Vienna, The Austrian Emperor applied to Napoleon for his mediation, unconditionally ceding Venetia to the French. The efforts of Napoleon succeeded in obtanining a five days' armistice, d...

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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. CommxuNxcATisos should be forwarded as early in tlie week as possible, and should be addressed to the Editor, Exprcss Otfice, Bacchus Marsh. Contribut?lz are requested to write upon one side only of the paper. 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, Expr3ss Ofice, Bacchus Marsh.

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ARRIVAL OF THE "MADRAS" WITH THE JULY MAILS. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S EXPRESS. LONDON, 26th July. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866

ARRIVAL OP THl "MADRAS" WITHI THE TJULY MAILS. ESNGLI SII AND POREIGN INT', LLIGE:cCE. EEUTEE'S EXPRESS, LAors ,, 2Sth 3Jly. ThIs Qaucn ib ats O.srrn, and in good health. Tkg mitriag' od thi Prinrics THIet-a to Prince Cizti an ,i , SA:hI-;swig.Hohtein trokc phlac at j Win er on h6 f li i.at., i' tl. pri :nc di th9 i SKing and (?peii o th-. ia ; ? a.i~a , ti . r yial FYam-n iI7, th' m pF;I d iplni: 2rii:., ja:tn . d a-ti . n a.shd |comranfty. Thi. Qityr-.i p.yi tnie bridi awy.r ,Thr Q, ? ty - T " -, 1r'-' h- wa..; . t,-'. , t, S.?cr ,,d t the ' rtr; sl i ?a C ,f- d . t nA t ;:; , f The Con,33?ser jti?,e 5.l;' jtcy w,-;r ., t'L,, .'. in. ; 1!.a; at thi begil iltn rr *h moluti, with Erswf : f i; rh ' Rob T - a' .i-r la-'r M thefS ,!: rf Cnt & 1ý-; ir wi-a fi-i, if a Su t . 7 1 t i7, 'iyt .' t C 4.-a7 , 'n jf - : iin ' a.T.. 7ri4. ';r; - 6. A i ik d . r, *': i , : : Led *!.:w 16nia. *t-rt rtlr.' a rt Mr GC'.T;- *^-! i t, i'A-t hri. a 1;; AS'w ss.e. ; yfMr Eci.Mef t'^f:% /. s l: ...

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AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866

A G ENTS. Tho following gentlemen have been appointed AGENTS for the Express:-- Miebournm ..................Messrs, GosDO' & GOTCH. Ballan.................... Mr. G. FLACK. SAdvertisemenfs, 4c. ,, . T. G. HoLTroAE. Blackwoo'd .................. ,, J. SAWYER3. 1elton....................... ,, A, BLACKWOOD.. MIrnwiong ................. . J. SWANNE: L.

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FARMING SOCIETIES AMALGAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 September 1866

FABSING SOCIETIESD AMAlGFSMATIOYN AL arrU of defeates f&rMs tae Bloe&as Esn&l a=. Pentac d Hills Yeram?T S4eie,. the Boel a~w tr Sciety, a~d te Stea?tn Fa??zsrssa ' ty, was he11 in the Cc~rt-or~ .'sE M rhesI[sia . SatEarby ra to 0om aider the aniret of ?.a-. gstioan of the tree.si 'Sae6 . Tea wWre prthsnt-'From B Etsu-ai- ss. 3rLcpyisers (psW tidant), hIdinitos, DIPKn. C6s, OsborC e. Job sWo, amnd Carria From I3esto-xesra. arFis. son, ar, TE-nhoma Gait, Westlaku aMl A- ElaSt wood. FroWBacc&hs rsh3 a t Pe.a2thmi ; is Mrsss Crrk (FreSidt), AL Gracr, YoTan, G. G-at, DX. 2iri, and W. Grms. SMr.ok, a P-esie tof the BRmae s3IMsar and PentiE-4 Hzr S&cIy, aene-d the FoSsed inr. BHe sai-G- e~n?s-It is vTey gnsti~ig to t, a4i msnast be gEfif ayi to s an, to se hare toidy sak a gdy 8t ter?iee of r. Cmember the rAasecr Farmirg &Cdiees in the d4iait to tik rer the sijetof ats2idgan~ im. As I ~ls t a fonCr r Eieerie, I iare iee s maly nsatri. mental...

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