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ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. [?] DESPATCH OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 July 1869

ATLEXANDRA POST .. prrTt.... ·', RArrrr-c ...;n .?.SPATCII OF MlAILS Town. ManllrArrive. Malls Close, Ye Turnie.nv. l'huri?ay I Mnad?v, VWe ?,n Kinern . and n?aturday, at day. and lrlday M~tlhilnne ) 11 am. at 12.3lQ p.m. Wt1a Merlton to IMan.lield Jamlesin Mnndday, Wednens Tuesnla Thursday. Wood's Point day, and lriday, I and latprday, r.t floon. a at 9.45 m. 6 a.m. Loa rwood I Melbourne ) Darlniord ... uonday. non. Bundy ? p.m. Newsaraea' and re.'latered letters ar equred to he posted one hour prior to the time applinted for closlna SMtohr Ordras cans now be obtained at this OMfica roin 10 n.m., to l l.m. Ctlaro a payable in Victoria -Ls and under, ld? L10 and uinder, 1. colnt.s.-l.l b and under 1i; TO0 and nuder, 2s. (reat BIritain andl reland.-T,2 and under, Is; T,11 and under. a dr d I;. nand under, s kil; LIO and under, ,n. Telhraplihlo Meaenues oan he transmitted through this officen. on layment of the fees and pnostage, to nay station within the colony, N. S. Wales, South Au...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 July 1869

BIRTH. DONALDSON.—On the 19th inst., at Borodomanan Station, the wife of Mr. R. Donaldson, of a Son.

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ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M., J. P. Bainbridge, Esq., J. Peterkin, Esq., and S. Wilson, Esq., J.P.'s) Thursday. July 22. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 July 1869

ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT (Before A. P. Akehurst, Eq. P.M'., J. P.. Bainbridge, Esq., J. Peterkin, Esq., and S. Wilson, Esq., J.P.'s) Thursday, July 22. McFadden v- Thompson. Mr Cooter for plaintiff; Mr V.. Smith for defendant. Work and labor done on a contract for. fencing. Postponed to allow the plaintiff to supply   the date to the particulars of the account.   L1 13s 6d costs for defendant. Raphael v Shuttleworth.. The amount,   L2. had been. paid into Court, less 5s, costs of summons. Order for balance. Erskine v Pandlebury. L10, money lent. Order- for amount, I0s costs. S Griflitha v Qorman. Order for amount, 7s Bd costs. Lawrence v Albertine. Fraud summons. 10s, ringing bell and sticking bills. Defendant pleaded inabilityto pay. Order to be paid within a week, seven days imprisonment in default. Brooks v. Simcocks. Mr V. Smith for execution creditor. Order to be. paid by. in stalments of 6s a week. Abh Hing v McDonald. Postponed for 14 days...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 July 1869

rfise's Fluid Magnesia. First-class Certifunte, Exhbllition. 1862. Prize Medal, F:xhibitiou, 1866-7. ? RHUSE'S FLU'l MAIAGNESIA obtained thle .. only t'rizc Me.itl awarded by the Jurors of the Exhlibitiun of 186i and 1867. Mr G. :osno Ne.wltury' anaalysls showed that Kruse's Fluid Magnesia, was richer in saline mat serilst. and nearly double thile slrength of any other Flul,, snagnesia exhibited. Kruse's Fluid bluuneila is particularly reoom mended in all canss ot lderan;ement of the digestive organs it is ia ucrreclivu of ascidity; and during he eant of eunrler its gentle aperient qualities *'ndter it a Domes,tic bMedicine of great value. In he trenatment of the disord.ers uf eniliren its use will be found must s.)otiing and beneficial. It forms a most dellcious Siunnlier Draught taken with KEUSI S sbl'tUP OF hASPUBEIlRY AND LEMON. first adding two parts of water to one of Magnesia. For full particulars see hand bills accompanying each bottle. - TESTIMONIALS. Dear Sir,-hIaving made...

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ELECTION MEETING AT GODFREY'S [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 July 1869

ELECTION MEETING AT GODFREY'S 'MrCoster addressed a large meeting of about tlhee hundred of the ratepayers at Godfrey's Creek, on Monday evening' last, He -spoke at some length of the disar'van. tages under which the plac'had laboured. He would not have come forward had he been aware that three local men were in the field. ....-.....tqew-...re ruining the 'district. FIe expected to do a good deal of business in the place, and therefore wished to see it prosper. One candidate whom he would not describe. He might he an ex-mayvor or a.J..P., hr the friend of a J. P. He had along with the J. P. marked off sixty claims on' "'the" Koh-i-noor and B lrkler's leases (Groans and Hisses). He hoped that such an individual would not be elected for God frey's Creek. IHe (the speaker) held no claims. He had put in no pegs He hoped to receivo the support of the ratepayers. (COheers), Mr Whitelaw presented himself on "the stage, but in consequence of the continued yelling, groaning and iissing of a ...

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POLICE COURT. Friday, July 16, 1869. (Before Wm. Willoby, Esq., P.M. His Worship the Mayor (John Bowen Esq.), and R. W. Blythman, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 July 1869

POLICO COURT. Friday, July 16, 1869; (Before. Wm. Willoby, Esq.,, P.;M, His. Worship the.Mayor (John Bowen Esq.), and I.. W: Bly.than, Esq., J.P.). Several minor cases having been disposed4 t of, John Tynan. Frank Kendall, alias Black: Fred, and MLary Cusick (pister of first-named:. lon'C?? achiarl,_iwA.-+ieh luyt , j~n' . i company from the dwelling.of John. Delaney to the vable of L100. Mr .V. Smith, instructed'by, Mr,Bntler, ap:. peared for the prisoners CusickL.and.Tynan. " John Delaney, sworn: Am.. a,beerhouse. keeper residing at Wood's Point. Remelber Sunday morning, the 11th instant,. Hadta, farewell ball and' supper on Saturdaynight. Had seen the prisoners at my place on.,tbo., night inentioned. Repts the cash-box stolen., in my bedroom under the tick. The pro-. perty now identifipd by me was in the box on thatoccasion.. Remember having to settle. with the Chinaman cook in. the morning.: Previous to doing so, was asked by the pri;. soner Tynan to, have. a drink. Told him I, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 July 1869

; " lledical, DON'T YOU FEEL WELL. .'LO r often In this qucoetion askel toweakentd and IL! .. ,Imsted beingf, who answ, rs. rs"Yea I feel wPII as arl 's health goes-I ern eat nid drink ondhl ep wi11, but 1I don't know'" how it Is. I entem to ge' weaner I r.es tln refreshed.; I'm dlinelitn d to rie; I've lobt. my spirits, and, "It, uet, don't care about exrittln v, mysetf. I'vet' ost all my enerpy. ttndl when I tdo:,n vtlnc. litmidiliely after wards I am exhaustd. I k nowt there is stmethingu .o.9,v -but Idon'L knot tehat it In." 'ilt, nott tie?tios irb:tly -s. -"' hy lutt'tt yol gro to a Dotlor? The 11r1,aliwer-- OhI . I'V belen, hut thtcy tell rie ther, Ins nt ? Ilo ft lo matter, nlt I me o tonle, aldl tell me to ankne ancellrano of sIlr aud hen ' rtoltrn, and vty thlt tI'n no better, thlyo tell me it's all Imarelll tn " "I'no tiredl ti Ictors.t" aytt -another ; "they tI eI t uI mte I've nthltingtl-te tlatter with file, a m et net/el treake. and tre rre u and the.,pondcalt an l i[a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 July 1869

ALEXANDRA ROAD D[STRICT. ALEXANDRA SUBDIVISION. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. To the Electors of the Alerxndra Subdivision. F ELLOWV ELECTORS,-I be to inform you that r will he a (Candidate for the oflice of Member of the Boardl for your subdivtsiun at the Annual Election to be held on the 12th August, next. Your obedient servant :HENRY PERKINS. Alexandra, 14th July, 1869. ',TANTEDa thorough'Practlcal GARUI4ERfR. Apply to ~ ALLARDYOE, Rlvrrsdale, near Alexandra. .. .i , . .. . d0a: iL r 2. GEN' AL RATE.' 1809. NOTICE S hereby given that the Distrt oard of the'above District in tends, on | DNESDAY, the 28th dy, of JULY in , at the meeting of the Board, to be held 6 he Office of the said Board, at the hour o:T'en O'Clock in the forenoon of the same cy, to make A GENEIlL RATE of ONE SHILLING .ND THREEPENCE For the asuing twelve months on. each Pound of ie Rateable Value of all Property assessable. ithin the said District, and NOTICI is hereby given that a State ment conaining the several particu...

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WOOD'S POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 July 1869

WOOD'S POINT. (From our own Correspondent.) Great indignation has been caused here by the robbery of a cash box from Mr. Delaney's Hotel. Mr Delaney previous to starting to Old Ireland, gave a farewell ball on Saturday the 10th inst. All went off as successfully as could be expected, until horror Mr Delaney missed his cash box ,which contained money and jewellery to the value of £100. He immediately reported the occurrence to the police, who tried every place about the township for the missing property, but without success. Two persons of the name of John Tynan and Black Fred were noticed as having spent some large sums of money; and from the fact of it being known that both parties were scarcely nmakingtacker, a sharp lookout was kept after them. His suspicions being aroused, Mr. Delaney obtained a search warrant, and, in company with constables Hooban and one of the troopers, went to the hut of the sus- pected persoes in Kelly's Creek, and after searching a little while. discovere...

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MASONIC. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 July 1869

MASONIC. On Friday night last the important cere mony of opening a Masons' Lodge in Alex andra took place. In addition to the brethren od the immediate district, there were visitors from Melbourne, Jamieson, and Doon. The - Lodge was held in the Council Chambers, and was opened by Past Master Goulding, who, with the assistance of Past Masters Rapiport, Motherwell, Morris, and White law, duly installed the Worshipful Master elect, Brother Downing, according to ancient custom. After the ceremony of installation had been completed, six new members were proposed. The ordinary and special busi. ness having been disposed of, the Lodge was closed in due form and with solemn prayer. Tnso BANQUET. After the duties of the Lodge, the brethren sembled at Brother Morris's, and sat down out 11 o'clock p.m. to theXinstallation ban quet. To say that the table groaned with S... iuries, would convey but a faint idea of the artistic taste of the decorations and the excellent quality of the good things...

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ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT Thursday, July 29. (Before J. P. Bainbridge, Esq., and J. Peterkin, Esq., J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 July 1869

ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT Thursday, July 20. (Before J. P. Bainbridge, Esq., and J. Peter kin, Esq., J.PI's) " McFadden rv: Thompson. This was a tummons for work and lhibor dnne in erect ing a fence. The defence was that the fence was not erected according to agreement. Mr Lide, sworn : Was nppointetd an arhi trator about the fence in dispute. Forty of the rails were not an inch thick. The fence is a standin" disgrace to the place. Three shillings a rod would make a good two-rail fence. Mr Christie gave similar evidence. Verdict for L2,8s 6d, each party to pay his own costs. Alexandra Road Board v J. B. Mlorris. Settled. Glasson v Solomon. Fraud summons. The defendant was exaiirncdl, and srated that he had no interest in urivy oa i:wh or horses and that he had sold out two months urao, Got L12 for one horse, luad not pi?yed at pool for three weeks. Was willhug toi pay is per week. Order for 10s per week, and L1 Os costs. Juwell v Wurlow. As there was an error in the name of the party s...

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Original and Selected Poetry. THE VOICE AND PEN. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 July 1869

Original adn h 1P r ~etIn. THE VOICE AND PEN. Br D. F. McCarT-Y. 01 the orator's voice is a mighty power As it echoes from shore to shore ; And the fearless pen has more sway o'ermen Than the murderous cannon's roar. What bursts the chain far o'er the main, And lightens the captive's den ? 'Tis the fearless voice and the pen of power, Hurrah I for the Voice and Pen, Hurrah I for the Voice and Pen. The tyrant knaves who deny our rights, And the cowards who blanch with fear, Exclaim with glee " No arms have ye, " Nor cannone, nor sword, nor spear, " Your hills are ours, with our forts and townra " We are masters of mount and glen." Tyrants beware, for the arms we bear Are the Voice and the fearless Pen, Hurrah I Hurrah for the Voice and I'on; Though your horsemen stand with their bridles in hand, And your sentinels walk around ; Though your matches flre in the midnight air, And your brazen trumpets sound , O 2 the orator's tongue shall be heard among Those listening warrior men ; And ...

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GODFREY'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 July 1869

GOD F RE Y'S' C REE K. (From a Correspondent.) There is very little to report ,since my last in the mining way.. The boring machine i? on the ground, about seven miles down the lead ; and they are going to starr, opera tions at once to' prove the, diep grou.nd.' Mr Black has spared no pains to get the whole affair into working order..,: The shareholders in the Never Can Tell are now in town, getting the Melbourne and Ballarat men to come up to the scratoh. We cannot say much here as to whether they will be successful or not. One thing is certain, they cannot lose anything as the claim is a good One. Thie Ballarat Star is now washing up, and the result .rill shortly be made known. The claim on the junction-of Nug?rety Gully and tihe deep loed is now bottomed, and has a good prospect. The Working Miners' now shaft is now on the wash-dirt, and will very likely bottom tomorrow. When this shaft is opened out we tmay expect something good, as the st aff is looking firestrate. Tire Golcond...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 July 1869

dbrrr?nirnenre. ----+---- (To the Editor of the Alexandra Times.) . Sza,-My action in the discharge of. my duties as Engineer to the Alexandra Dis trict Board, in taking exception to work performed, and claims advanced by one of the contractors, himself a surveyor (?) has entailed on me an amount of bitter and relentless persecution, the extent of which is apparently unknown to the public, and to the majority of the members of the Board, culminating in a notice of motion being given at the last meeting of the Board for my dismissal from the said office, by the member who first lavished his spasmodic affections upon several persons in rotation, then upon sme; and lastly upon the said contractor and the Dog Officer ; and for a final crusher has led the latter to make quite a new move against me ; and by the sworn testimony of this honorable (?) member, in the Police Court, this day, the Dog Officer was enabled to obtain a verdict for L4 s8 O6d fur bour days' work as a labourer (for ac...

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YEA PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 July 1869

YEA PLOUGHING MATOIH, The following aro the prizes awarded: 1st prize, Mr Henry Wood, plough man for Mr Allen ... £5 0 0 2nd prize," Mr John Tremane 3 0 0 3rd prize, Mr John Irvin 2 0 0 4th prize, Mr James M'Leis ; a pair of winkers, presented by Mr Wadkins,.saddler, value 1 0 0 Prize for best pair of horses ;-Mr- - John Allen ... 1.0 0 Best plough; Mr Allen .. 1 0 0 Best harness; MrAllen ... 1 " 0 After the ploughing match was, over, a number of gentlemen sat down to an excel lent dinner, provided by Mr Oliver, at the Couimmrcial oHotul, and spent a pleasant evening by giving toasts and songs.: It is intended ro hold an annual ploughing match at Yea, which will are long lead to the for mation of a fhrmers' society as ouragricolturali, population increases.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 July 1869

UNION DANK OF AUST'rRLIA. Established 1838. PAID UP CAPITAL ... £1,250,000 RESERVE FUNDS ... £400.000. LIABILITY OF ?fIAREIIOL IDERS U NLIMITE D. ALEXANDRA AGENCY. Gold bought. Current Rates of Interest allowed on Deposits, and General Banking Business transacted. J. 1'. BAINBRIfDOE, Agent. .UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA. A N" Ag,.ncy is now open at Godfrey's Creek fir the transaction of General Banking Business, under thu chariro of .fr G. B. NankivolL J. P. BAINBRIDGE. Agent. Union Pank of Australia. Alexandra, 21st July. 1869.

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 July 1869

PUBLIIIIED EVERY TURSDAY AND IRIDATY "Verlttsa Vlncit Omanla." FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1869. THE position of the Aloxandra Road District at this moment is one which demands the earnest attention of all honest and respectable ratepayers. The now Bill for establishing shires throughout the colony is now before the Upper House, and if passed into law with the alteration suggested by Mr O'Shannassy, the future pIrosIpects of our district will in deed be gloomy. This alteration provides that the absurd distinction now existing bo tweon rouad districts and shires shall continue in all cases where the annual revenue from rates falls short of £1500. Why a distinc tion Otthis -nattro sJould .have been estab lished it is impossible to say. A shire has the privilego of receiving and ex pending within its boundaries all publi cans', spirit merchants', grocers' and business licenses, IbesideS all fees from punts, tolls, and ferries within the shire, while a road district is compelled to make roads and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 July 1869

Krnse°s Fluid ND gneasia. First--elas t'nrtifict,,, I'x zibition, 1862. Prize Mledal._ Exhibition, 1866i-7, -4 Rl RUhE'S FtLUil MAGNESIA obtainrd thle only Prize .ieal!:l awarded by the Jurors of. the Exhibition of ]8il l and Irt7. ;air G. Cosmnt Newl.uryv' arnlvsls showed that Kruse's Fluid 11agnneaii wes rier,?r in salirne mat terial, and nearly doluble ti e i trenigtl of anly other Fluin iaingnesia exhlibited. Kruse's Fluidl Mt110.i:t is particularly recorn mllltrecll ini nll cases rl tranlgtinenit of the digestive oigatln. It is t c.orrective l uancidity ; andl during Ihe heatt of elrmer its gentli aperient qualities ren'er it a 1)omnesic M'edicini' of great value. In - lit" roetntirrit of thel (olrd.rtr,,r ,f children its use will be foulnd nit sothling aInui benficLinl. It firms a most ldeihcious Sumrntr r i)rta.;ht takent with I KRUSE.'S h;II:UI' F IL? /ASI'IiEltitY ANI) LEMON, filut additng two parts of water to one of Magnesia. For fulil pantfculars se., hail bills accotmpa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 July 1869

TO THE RATEPAYERS OF ALEXANDRA. EYSTLEM=N--I 1ao am a Candidate at tbo fortbcomning Electioo. Ydanr laltbfnUIy, J. D. WEBSTZR. ALEXANDRA ROAD DISTRICT. ALEXANDRA SUBDIVISION. re- - To the Electors of the Alexandra Subdivislo en ELLOW ELECTORS,-I beg to inform yo 1 that I will be a Candidate for the officeo ora Member of the Board for your subdivision at th Annual Election to be held on the 12th Augus next. Your obedient servant HENRY PERKINS. g, Alexandra, 14th July, 1869. irs e" TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE ALEX er ANDRA SUBDIVISION OF THE ALEXAN DRA ROAD DISThtlCT. n . GENTLEMEN.-At the earnest solicitan r tion of a number of Electors in Alex i- andra, I am induced to offer myself as 'a as Candidate for a seas in the Road Board at the forthcoming election on the 12th August, and if elected will do all in my power for the advancement of the district generally. in I have the honor to be, - Gentlemen, Yours Sincerely ..... ... TROMAS KtALL.L S Alexandra July 29th 1869 of a ALEXANDRA ROAD...

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Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 July 1869

SIocai anrrd enerat eaews A meetingr of t!' U. T. Koonung Com pany was held on W-dnesday evening last. It was reported to the meeting that a shaft 22 feet in depth had been bottomed with out water, and that 25 small specks of gold were obtained, and as the ground is dipping rapidly in towards the southern bank, it WAN relv-l,,:l . ..:,1 . . sl,u." h'' ltt. A 'nalI of 10s pr 1-30th share was made, and several accounts passed for paym*na t. The deep shaft at Ghin Ghin, which has been put down 100 font, is likel3 to turn out. well. A large body of wash has been struck, which is expected to go about an ounce to the load, the reef dipping. As there is a large extent of ground, this is likely t.> prove a valuable goldfield. We have sooeen a very fine sample of lime stone from Limestone Creek, about six miles from Yea. We imagine it would pay a party of two men to prepare a few tons of this stone for local use. The Warden has appointed the following days for holding Warden's Courts at A...

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