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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 August 1869

______ - -_______ - n1 pUII.I5Ir.D EVERts TU.nA'4.Y AND FIanAY. --__-__ -- - ---.. ci "Verris1e VI R Cit Omnla." FRTDAY, AUGTJST 0, 18609. al fi THIIAT Godfrey's Creek is destined, at no it very distant period, to ho one of the most P importnnt minin ceentres in Victoria, is n abundantly evident to any impnrtial visitor n to that locality. The discoveries of gold in n defined leads, the extent of those leads, the continuitv of the gold-hearing strata now being worked, and the nhabsolutely payable chanrcter of the aurifenrus drift, are all mntters of fact, unquestioned by any in divid inl. however much or little interested in mining in that place The bark shanty has given place to substantial weatherboard buildings, several steam'engines, with winding I gear attached, are now at work, and a few others to which puddling machinery ;will be added are now in course of erection or transit to the ground. A large extent of country for many miles around the present centre of mining operation...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 August 1869

First-clas, Cerllt'at-, I hibition, 1802. Prizu Medal, lE:xhibition, 1866-7, RUSE'S FLUID MAGNISIA obtained the. . only Prize Medal awarded by theis Jurors of ;be Exhibition of 186t6 and 1M7. Mr G. Ciosmo Newlury's ua.lysis showed, iliat Eruse's Fluid MiNagnesia wal riher in enalihi tnt teriel. and nearly doubleh the strength lof any otherc Fllutf l afgnesia exhibited. Ktuse's Fluid Mailtnevia is particularly recom ltalended In all cases of Iderangercnt of the dlgeilive tlrgans. It is a (orr,,:ie iof aucility; antl dltring ho I eat of iunitucr itsa genitlh: aperient qualities ender it a Daornesie M, dilcine of great value. In lie trealtment at the ds ndrs of eiiltren ith use will be found most s I.tiliint antd btinatici. It torns i most deliciouni S?utnwr I)r tauelht token 'with )KRUSE'S ?'"UIU' a1CF hA;SI 'B IIERY .Ai'" LEMON, first auding two parts of water to -one of Mlagnesia. For full particulars ece hand bills accompaitying each bottle'. - TElSl IMONIALS. Dear Sir,--having mao...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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WOOD'S POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 August 1869

WOOD'S POINT. (From our own Correspondent.) The event of the week has been the elec-. Lion of Councillors to fill the seats vacated, by the annual retirement of Messrs. towen. (Mayor,) Parker and Palling. Dr Nash, with Mr Fred. Ileller, and Norman Meldrum were. nominated to contest the coveted seats. Dr. Nash and Mr HIeler, held a, meeting on Monday night at the "Ni:agara Hotel". The. Doctor ab)l ud the previus Councillors in mto;t : ,', .-, vri l: u. ,, ,nd drlelighted time or eie. ; ith his weli known Bilhlngs Rgae rhetoric. On ?'Vedelsday evening, the Doctor held a meeting at G. F. Bovrera Hotel, .,.. , ur t, ' d by the amount of latitude he waU allowed on the previous night, he gave a repetition of his first address, the only difference being on this occasion that he enumerated the members "of the previous Council and charged each of the civic members in anything but compli mentary language, with having misspent the funds of the ratepayers in making useless roads into the boroug...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 August 1869

ourrr sponhenre. (To the Editorf the Alexandra Times.) Sir-Godfrey's is becoming a most won derful place, men of talent are taking up their quarters here in scores. So you would pay if you had had the good luck to have heard some of them speaking tht other night At a "circular" meeting, held in the Hole and Corner HoteL Several resolutions to the following effect were carried unani lnously--1. 'That in the opinion of this meeting we are capable and entitled to form our own laws, independent of the . Logisla of tive Assembly, or any other assembly, and t, that wp pledge ourselves to do so in spite of ae all creation. 2. That Her MIajesty the In Queen be petitioned to erect into an inde se pendent colony so much of Australia aN is lbounded on the south by the 130 o 8'south latitude, and Mudgee on the north, east and s west boundaries to be settled by your Com mittee. 3. That this meeting views wi:h a fear the rush of low bornmining blackguards a into this new torritority, and that imm...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 August 1869

Medical. DON'T YOU 1FEEL WELL. IOW otaen tIT tihq.tlon nkerl tna wv.',kenod nnd c] xllallletlc llell,?-, whol~ lrl?,,, r*, "' Tl·q I" el'el ttI ns jar 55 heaJl t g.lt'l - .. I ' itt lt to d i dritnk aItl i.'Cjtl V Ii, w eIo ] d011'l kt'o~r · hI l l~c 1?, I ?,ei lo gv tr, E I l or i e I ! ,',l llll refreshed I'tl li il;nIeni I hl tji t.. I've in;st to "ti Ito and, linact. lin t I ':lr i sIlout .-?;l rlir. |Vl. "''VI solt all Ivy darty, linlt l w h o I ll yl ll.. [ittnil'; ttI al ' y 'r wards [ eenl is.i hlll';(i.( I tee' li/ll'rl'* 1100. /t!;IIlj5 sI'e;'tql Ill. Im ae' hIl ' st elll i· I ')lr. t so l 1skc t il tll' iv( onll i fov r ;te tw~ll c )It I (I ork ! U; ,rl~ ittt i eoo It;'oi ' sty tog iottt It;II y H.If" tht' it"ttl es\· 0'. ·( 1 1.. IVI',;'.'ir". I)~~ AP1nL af fly bn tle hhyI'5 1 1 t "cl d t h t lt -,tt i t'em. ,'es . I hIIE· I n I Ol 1. IS Lt ol. ;ll'1. I. selrI LtL.g-i1;IT tO.itConlts 3Iori'gslt amN florr My do e lte 1lr 1Con irailo I i1It. l t erltt ,' Ito Cut H' I'." Ai...

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LAND COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 August 1869

LAND COMMISSION. A land commission was held at the Eldorado Hotel, on the 30th ultimo, before T. Nixon, Esq., district surveyor, to hear the claims of applicants for land under the 42nd Section of the Amending Land Act, 1865. Mr Smnith, as:ist:l by Ir Coster, aTppar'e i ,n .,1p r ,t "J - I' [. l r'Zi:L.' ' ; l))icC tri);n r H, :cr? :,?1 T.;r ton. The al,lic;tion was o'pposed by )fairs JI'3IaIlten, Robinson, and M.'? I. ', T .sol. Mr Smith stated that Mr Perkins bad applied for 80 acres. The same ground was afterwards taken up by squatters: the Itobinsons, Tossols, and M'Martens. ?Mr Perkins hearing of this went to Melhotrne, and represented the matter to MIr Grant, who promised that Mr Perkins should have the'ground as pencilled !out by Mr Skene tn the map now in Mr Perkins's possession Wit'i this assurance that he would not be dispossessed, Mr Perkins built a house and made other improvements to the value of L250. Tt was his duty to remind the com mission of Davis v. Board of Land ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 August 1869

ýºddeij~tssetnentý JUNCTION BIOTEL, YEA AND GODFREY'S CRIEK ROAD. WILLIAAIM PARSONS, Proprietor. THIS Hotel, being situated about four miles from Ahlezarlra, at the Junction of the Yea and Godfrey's Creek roads, is intended for the abommodation of Travellers to and from the -new gold-field, as well as the general traffic aong the valley of the Goulburn' St r r ol dri nk. 3B a e e Will contain every description of drink of the best quality tlt can be found in the colony. W ANTED, a Little QIRL, to look after Chil. dren. Apply to Mrs Albert Kosohitzky, Grant-street. W ANTED-A Smart Lad. Generally Use fal. Apply J. B Morris, Corner Hotel. £1 REWARD. THE above Reward will be given to any one who will give such information as will lead to the detection of the person or persons who laid Poison in the township. and maliciously Poisoned a Newfoundland Slut belonging to the under signed, MARTHA CRICHTON. SHEREBY give notice that I have applied to thle fon the President of the Board of Land a...

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Original and Selected Poetry. THE GHIN GHIN FLEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 September 1869

.rigi- ,l nu eteb nc?,.- . " THIE GIN GIIU FLPEAS. Oh 1 the fleas f How they tease I At back andl font, at neck and knees, They nip ani bite The live long night, One cannot get a moment's ease. Fleas, fleas, fleas, fleas ; Drive then off, again they seize The tender skin, And here and there, And everywhere, Like prick of pin, Is felt the quick envenom'd smart., Dear me I they vex the very heart. Dreadful fleas I As thick as bees I They onme, and really sting like these ! We cannot sleep aJ They hop, they creep. And never for a moment cease. Fleas, fleas, fleas, fleas ! We fan~y now that by degrees ? We'll get some rest .: And we suppose We nearly doze, But we "are blest" If they're not at us worse than everd' We never felt such tornlent--never, , !' Hang the (eas i We wish a breeze Would come and blow them o'er the seas, Or anywhere, For we declare We're nearly savage as you please. Fleas, fleas, fleas, fleas I We'll have their lives, it ,we should freeze This very night; - ,b It is...

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YEA ROAD BOARD. 25th August, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 September 1869

YEA ROAD BOAID, 25th August, 1860. Present: Mr Sloan (Chairman), Messrs * Grant, Ker, and M'Kar. Minutes of last ? mooing were read and confirmed, CORBESPONDENOlE From Mr Hunt, apknowledging receipt of: asnouunt of his accoiint. From Whitelaw: and Sons, enclosing account fcr Prtin anl' advertising, in connectin with the recent" election. From F. Coster, enclosing bill of co's. Moved by Mr Grant "That a .vote of thanks be given to Mr Ker for his services on behalf of the? Board, in proceeding 'to Melbourne on a deputaiion to the Minister of Roads and Bridges, concerning a proclama. tion of a main line of road from Yea to Tallarook," Carried. Moved by Mr Grant "That a former reso s lution of the Board, appointing 10 o'clock, a.m. on Wednesdays as the time at which ordinary meoe'ings of the Board shall be held, be rescinded, and that in future ordinary meetings of the .Board shall be held once every fortnight, at 10 o'clock, a,m., on Wednesdays." Carried. ]Moved.by Mr M'Kay that. the E...

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ALEXANDRA WARDEN'S COURT. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq, Warden.) September 1st, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 September 1869

ALEXANDRA WARDEN'S COURT. (Before A. P. Akehurat, Esq, Warden.) September let, 1869. Ersakin v Mysterious G. M' Co.--Appicatinn to be put in possession of six claims on the Mysterious line. Mr Coster for app:icant. Mr V...Smith for. defendants, Dismissed. Costs $17 9s 6L. Moor, v. Connell : Application" to be put in possession of Perseverance claims, Eldorado reef. Struck out, - Churchill v. Ilyland : ApPlieation to be ynt In. possession of No. 77 south Working Miners' lead. Granted. Costs L4 13s Gd. M'Intosh v. iraves; Mulholland, and others : Application for an order restraining defendants from further trespass on claims No. I 8 2 'triton lead, Durhanm Gully. Verdict for Plaintiff; damages Is. Costs La 7s d, . Lovit v. Morrison r Applieation to be put in possession of No. II north Eldoroxo reef. Granted. Hunt'v. Mortimer and others: Applirction fo* an order restraining further trespass on 34 north Monte Christo. Mr V, Smith for plaintiff. Mr Coster for deferndants. Several witness...

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GODFREY'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 September 1869

GOD.FREY'S CREEK. -4----. We take the following, from a Oodrrey's Creek.orrespondentto.tho Ballarat Oourier. The general substance, of the letter we qaq certify as correct: As an nuriferous field, Godfrey's Creek appears to be of almost limitless extent, and .nearly every.shanft which has. gone down to bottom is op payalen wash. I will fiet speak of the claims which are now obtaining pay able gold. The You Never, OGn Tell Company is situated abouta two. miles from the head. of the lend, and parallel with some very rich shallow workings, whioh have yielded nuggets v.apying in weight: from a. few peqnyweights up.to G00.o ench. These workings stand. in. the relation. of tributaries to, the.maini gut ter, into which they gtqpty themselves. 'This gutter traverses the whole length of the You Never Can 'Tell p round, and then enters that of the Golden Gmte claim, 'The extent of claim is about 704 feet on the course of the gutter. A shaft has been s.unk to a depth of 100 feet on to wash, wh...

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Correspondence. SCAB. (To the Editor of the Alexandra Times) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 September 1869

furrrspon2tlr. SCAB, (To the Editor pf the Alexandra Timea) Sin-As there are few subjects of more importance to the people of this colony than the proper treatment of scab, will you kindly permit me, through the columns of your valuable paper, to throw out a few' practical suggestions, which, if acted upon, I undertake to predict will thoroughly eradicate this species of sheep leprosy from Australia in two years, thereby saving hun direds of thousands of pounds, besides sup plying the people with wholesome food, in stead of the disgusting, diseased article which is at present'sold as mutton by most of our butchers. On the 31st January, say, let all parties commence dipping. There should be not less than four dippings, the last to end on the 30th of April. Have a sufficient number of Inspectors to closely watch these opera. tions, to see that they are effectually per formed, tinder heavy penalties. No sbeep to be allowed to travel during these months without a certificate 'of a clean...

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PUBLIC MEETING. COMMON EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 September 1869

SITJ? ?1C MEETIN,G1. QO ,MOY iT 1TE.YSIO0.. A public meeting of fAivmers, mjness and others interested in the extension of thQ. Alexandra Ouldfield's Common, was. held on Saturday evening last, at the Miners' Exz chaBge. Hoteli ir,, Waiywick was voted, to the chair and read the advertisement calling tlg.q. epqting. The cha:rman stated, that as this was a matter of considerab .l moment to, the distrio , he hoped, a. fh!l and free dis-: c'easion would ta ke place upon the sulbject. Ie would cal upon Mr IH. Prkins to qddr4ss the meeting.; ' Mr Poakins o0 coming forward, stated that lie would, much rather that'' some one else opened the ball, but, supposead mpuy viere diffident, and, others cared very little aLbo?t the question at isuie. e The speuaker iproceeded to give an account of the manner. in which a 'reviou? petition was received, and,'the cause of its -1ulimate failure. If this piece of land were not granted mtany would be placed in the. santp predicament as in rei0ioqs,y.enaf,...

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POLICE COURT. Friday, August 29, 1869. (Before W. Willoby, Esq. P.M., and His Worship the Mayor, J. Bowen, Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 September 1869

POLICE COURT. Friday, August 29, 1869. (Before W. Willoby, Esq-. P.M., and H!s Worship the Mayor, J. Bowon, Esq.) Willianr Johnstone (of Johnstone's reef) was sued by Morris Joseph for L0, which he claimed as damages, in consequence of being disabled by the defendant from follow ing his occupation as a farmer since May last. Morris Joseph, sworn : Remember being at Jenkins's Hotel iq May last, in company with my brother Alfred. Defendant was there also. My brother had a quarrel with some person present. Tried to nake peace, and nearly succeeded in doing so, when the defendant interfered. He threw me on mny back, falling on me at the samte time. Felt myself hurt. Seat for Dr Mash, who attended me. Have been unable to follow my usual labour in consequence of the in Juries sustained. Swear I paid Dr Nash his bill, £10. C Orossexamined-Did not cause the fall bh my own conduct. Alfred Joseph corroborated his brother's evidence. The Bench gave a verdict for the amount claimed, with L4 Os ...

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SPECIAL LAND COMMISSION. (Before Mr Hodgkinson Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Survey, and Mr Nixon, District Surveyor.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 September 1869

S?PEOIAL LAND OUU.11ISS[ON. (Before Mr llodgkinson- Aesistant Com missioner, of Lands and Su.rvey, and Mr Nixon, Djstrict Survqyor.) Perkins and T'osoll. Mr V. Smit'j, stated. that he hal been reiueotnd tr appear, for Mr Perkin%,. ind. Mr emeison .appeared for M'ys Tossoll. Mr. Hodgkins.qn remarked that he did not see how the matter could be assisted by. any third. party. lie hal made himpel'facquainted with all Ith facti connected 'with the case. IHe thought this matter could" be arr.anged in an amicable manner. Mr Perkins stated that he was not now willing to accept of 30 ncres he would pre viously have taken. Ile would not now tale lpos.tlann (0 ucres. M1r llodgkinson stated that the land.wns notavailableo,.under the 4Qnd section, Mr Grant, when he promised. the land, to. 1Mr Perkins, was not aware, in the multiplicity of his business, that the land referred to had boon promised Mrs Tossoll, in 1868. That the land in question was necessary for work-, ing Mrs Tossoll's station. Ie...

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(To the Editor of The Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 September 1869

('lo the Editor of h7se Times.) 85n,-Will you allow me space in your valuable journal to correct a siight erlor in a paragraph which appeared in your last issue anent the late accident to my wife, lUrs Plummer was going out on a visit and h:ld only a child in her arms at the time, The cow, af:er knocking her down, returned a second time goring ber very severely. Had it not been for the timely assistance rendered by a passer-by, there can be little doubt but that more serious injuries would have resulted. Yours respectfully, D. PLUM31\IER, , Alexandra, September ]st, 1809.

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DURHAM GULLY, SPRING CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 September 1869

pURHAM GULLY, SPRING CREEK. ----+--- (From our own Correspondent.) I mentioned some time ago that the new'y discovered le .d was like'y to run down into Spring Creek, where it would no doubt join the already registr.:d front:ag claims, and some law suits woult speedily follow. I hear these same disputes are to be brought before the Warden to-dsy (Wednesday). and there are many more to follow, all being caused by those beautiful Beechworth Bye laws. Mining matters h-re are about the same. Several lots have been put through the machines this week, about 200 loads giving a return of 100 oz of gold, thus averaging half an ounce to the load About ( 0. 10 tons of quartz was crushed from the reef adjoining she Durham reef, yielding nearly half an ounce to the ton. There are several Itore loads waiting to be cruhbed when the rveather permits..

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(To the Editor of the Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 September 1869

(TO thAp Editor of the Alexandra Times.) Sw;,--I feel anxious to know the reason why some people are. so easily lead to be lieve themselves influential, while other people look upon them as ordinary mortals. Amongst our little community here .we are really overstocked with this class. If they kept tlhemselves quiet no one would have any reason to complain of the high opinion they entertain of their own abilities, but when they injure a whole 4is'rict by their self conceit and ignorance it is time they should he put a stop to in some way or other, and that, so far as we are concerned, can be readily done if taken in time. The miners, not only of this district, but of the entire colony, wish for a change in our mining laws. lhis of itself is a weighty matter without ping jumbled up with post-ofce, telegraph, and water supply questions, which will all follow in good time, if the place becomes of any importance. Nobody but practical miners can know what changes we should like in the pre...

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WOOD'S POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 September 1869

WOOD'S POINT, (From our own Correspondent.) T T h...W'ither dluring th4.:past weel-has been windy and dy, and 'should this con ¢inue for same time longer, the roa'1 into thoeborqugh will be much improved. The ,Qoulburn is alheady falling, being now much Vpwar thv- at any simil tr ti:n previously. A meeting of the Council took place on Wednesday evening, whetn .tho three new miembers were present. Although a stormy meeting was expected by some p .r-ons, the business went on as smooth as if Concillor Nahsl had not been present, thereby disap pointing those who attendsel the m ,eting in expectation of a scene. A memorial to hwva a drily mail via the Yarra road, has been in preparation the last few days by the Town Clerk. A? a mee+ing of the C~ ?coil on Weinesity evening, Ii4 Worship the Mayor moved a resolution (seconded by Or. Bell), "That the lion. the Postmaster-General be requested to comply with the prayer of the memnorialis's," At the present time letters and papers are dest:ned ...

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ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 September 1869

A 1XX % ' 1)ItA PI)s r OFFIClE. A)7^Tr, If, AN) I)1Th.SP4TCFI OFMdf4!LS Tonin. `f r 1¶isrrtve. f )nlla'om, 1:Iioret not 001 tuipay. nit di~', ano. I'rI~ov In.n .. nn I It v. a . a T i nv. 'rp rla in v. 1'nod's Poiont ' rlohm v. and F 'rllnl:y . am ntrla.a Woon.Pot'ttot nt l. t a.m. and rindn UnrTelenrpI ser "run n titn. I tranmt toup.m. Ncliii nIThon not vcir't ofcll the arn rao nlnnotnto hto nonf4p t tinir prior th ctle timny apointe for ehtlnt Aun11la. nr uerini MOIe'v (ii ertcan now ne it thin ait ohn Oridce ffro 10 e.m.. to at o.m. r-lrraIna ittlle fin hictoria. - antin delr, do; at10 and cinder,. IF. Sr'nonnien.-T. and nutte Ili; T.1 1 a d under, ?I. cnrrit Prltaln and [r Intltlt.-T = find tnder. 1m; L5 still pap rr. 2t Ott, IA and hinder, In o O't Lt ad undelrlr. On, Telegraphic MesrAcea can ton transmitted thlrough, thi5s oflieF. on n.vmrnt of the feet and nontngo, to nnv sttion within the r olony, N.i S. Tale, Moim th Anntra~lta. and Queenrl>Snn. Mails vria 'Merton alone ...

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