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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. "Veritas Vin[?] Omnia." FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1869. Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 September 1869

PnlrtrstlII,.n EVERI TRnsn5p5 AND IRIDAVY. "Y * . VtVeritt .VlInt ?t1aP4)pf,:, .it FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1860, oull anTC I O6r rat C1 'It:le -- - fi The celebrated Thornton case, between • Mr Perkins and Mrs Tossell, which crented c en angry discussion in the House of Assembly p lately, for several hours, was disposed of in ag few minure, non Wednesday last in a satis factory manner to all parties, by M.rIodgkin.- s son. Arsistant Land Commissioner, and Mr Nixon, District Surveyor, the report of b which appears in another part of the paper. ii The satisfactory arrangement now arrived at shews the difference between wishing to u settle a difficulty and trying how not to C settle It. A public meeting was. hlpd at the Eldorado Hotel, on Monday evening last, for the pur- i pope of appointing trustees for,the racecourse, and taking preliminary steps towanrds getting up a race meeting at Alexandra. Messrs f W(ijtipg, Patton, 4rmstrong, Perkins and nHarler w'ere appointed trustees for. the,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 September 1869

BUNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA. Established 188. PAID UP CtI'II'AF4 ... £1,250,000 R .!lRV! PtTJ1nT ... £400.o0o. TLIAnrr.rY Vo.F STI AR! tJOLD IS TIT r, M r T FT 1'). Ar,'Ttt DaTh 4.O!NCY. (t41 f hbigrt. '!Irront 'iR-t. or Tnterest nllowedl nn nepnslte, aol qoneral flinkln2 llTinisns transacted. J, I. ALINBRIDflF, Ag9pSt. U- V ') T . FC OF.AUsTRa\LrAk. 4LW l'2 'i' niwopen. it n ' rev'q (rplk fir ti1wtr.inaqntlo, nfof Geqrrl flailor g .uslnweea, uandler the. ohanrn ofMr %f fl. xankcivell. 3. P. BAIrjRRTDGll. Agent. Ale'usn.lr', 21"t July. 1809. Cricket'! Cricket ! I Cricket, IH -0 7tllITt\'O nr nariles intereeted In the *Anmc.t..ff H'tTOKET,. will be held et the MINIMS' i-X 1rANr. TIOTOTE:L, this (Frilay) E",enlne nt 8p.m. for the purpose ofEreorganiJaiw, the Clqb.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 September 1869

Ki use's FPlid 1, aguesi&. 1ju-hts i ttn l fc i tt* y I0 ll.,i I_'ri~o Mc.t I. I iilti~tiu, 1 ;i,-7, J2 Il IT5E:S 114.11) MIA(:N AISA Ohitrintic the uly I'rize l\t.'t AI w r.1 )lt Iflit: Jurors of Iir t ; . I nit. New, tu) I 's nll a 11 .1 c 'illn .ilpwed thatl Jr itte- Fluit d l i u 1 wito ridjii r iii titlltte n C rIo i*olol noea-ri 'liii .1.. li :iia e::. st-e bolf any tiotbtt h ru .t's 1lit.ld Afloc. -in in pun t ii Ilttrilt recatio I rlide I nii t1 il iitiiiof h- mm l tll.' a r ieii*t t d uilgtet nrµucut it q li" Iiit 1rn Cte r c n it it treaqt nits duin hc tre'i ii-o nI titi- lirllt4t.tiliinie o wl An ler it ita~nt tlingn lwi piriies ut great vl uoett lietrrt Itill oi t if liu it.¶ n de io.] bnilo r i ii.itinewl Lritt lO(t ill-.CIlj~it. IOILL. /'In Ilanyligt l ttttr i l-i ,nit gi itn.],- it ciE fl. It )r.r e i s pintt i yiturlou i il imtelrilIttlit tak enDith .VII C 1rll:S S-,-I) LIU 4lOI itASn(UltEU tCY Ail)r tort ttie ftirstiy n otting yui t oo p t ofiwater ti) ontoo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 September 1869

ºdvletihenteiiin * ALEXANDRA ROAD DISTRIOT. TENDERS -OR ROAD r~TENDERS willbe received at the Oice of the - " Board, Alexandra, on or before Tuesday, the 7th.inst, at 4 p m., for :making a Culvert, and filling in road at Godfrey's, between the Union Bank rand Coyne's House. SPlans andSpecifications to be seen at the. Road .Board Office. A deposit of 10 per cent must be received with the tender, otherwise it will not be entertained by the Board, W; DOWNING,. Clerk. 1st September, 1869. ALEXANDRA ROAD DISTRICT. TENDERS FOR VALUATION. T ENDERS will be received on or before Tuesday, " the 7th luinst, at 4:p.m, fir the Vaiuation of the rateable property in this district. Security to such amount as the Board may fix must be given by the valuer fon the due perfor. mance of the work. . .W -DOWNING,-. Clerk. Alexandra, Ist.Septea'ber, 1869....................... ALEXANDRA ROAD DISTRICT.. TENDERS FOR CLEARING TIMBER. FTENDERS will be ieceived at the Office of the n. Board. onor before the 7th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 September 1869

M? edical. ,DON'T YOU FEEL WELL. "BOW often Is this qiueotloio aske toaweakenltd and • exhausted being, who ansew, r, "Yes I feel well as tar as health goes--l can eat and drink anl sleep w. II, but I dont.know how it is, II seem to got weaker; I rlsa Un r:erefrehd i l'm dlseirlln, d to rise; I've lost my spirits. .and, 1" tactl don't care about exerting myself. I've lost all rny energy, and wlhtn I donnythling immdi'llstely after wards In anixholclntrd I knotn there is something sreon.q, but Idon't know le el u iti." 'r?e next qurestion probab'ly li- -" Why iot't you go loe Doctor l'flleansuwer-" Oh I've een. but Iythey tell e there Is nothinl the toatter, anti give nc a teltsc, anll tell me to ak a change of air and when I returistn, and y ttlit I'm no betlter, tlhey tell me it's al' iraatinultin'" :'I'n tired of doctors," says anoltler; "thley all 1,ll me I've nothing the matter with nme, and yet c! c teker and more neruotus auid despondLdent evtery da!l. Thl'ep doctors all tell ...

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(To the Editor of the Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 September 1869

(To. the .Edit or. of the Alexandra Times.) SIR--In your .last issue I dsorvdd a letter. signed by one " D. Plummet," cdl:ing your attention t) a statement iu:: wreetly made, but cont:diui g no remarks as to the nature of the error. However, I presume it-was to the: effct that. a Mrs Plummer had her side. literally rippe-l open, by a cow, which was suppop~d. to have-' rushed her. This statement woald naturally lead the public. to. believe that samething terrible hid beifallen Mrs Plummrjr by the so-called cow rushing, ig such was ever the case. 'Bu·, Mr Editor, I: beg. at once. to 'give a flat denial to the wlaple affair.. I st ite distinctly that Mrs Plummer never was d.ngero.taly ill, and there was no. appearauce. of goring or any oiher marks, except a few bruises on. the limbl s a; d slight chafing of the skin, not larger t?an the palm of one's hlad. I am. sorry that such individuals are at times able to deceive the public, either for the purpose of deqandring sympathy, or as wor...

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(To the Editor of the Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 September 1869

(Tott? Editor of ilea Ahxandr? Tin me.) SnR--As i raiepayor, I protest aglinst, the jotion for, the dismissal of the Secretexy,; ibhlichi as" corriod.' ly a majority at1 the 6?ouncil meeting last night. The ratopayers kInow (if that intelligent majority do no') that lMr Downing is eminrntly qualified for the office he now fills-that of secretary and rate collector-and at thp present time it is very important in the interoers of the ra'o payers that he should continue in oflice. Is. there a change wan'ed: by those members morely for, the sake of change I Or is wtere some personal or vindictive spite to be grati fied by them or others outside , It loo!l very much as though the lntter was the ca. because the members could bring no, chargoe against rMTr Downing, nor assign any ado quatte reason why he should be dismissed. It is full time this kind of thin;g was put a stop to ; and.I would. as a ratepyer, warn the. mover of' the motion andt those who voted. with him, that lie and they ac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 September 1869

(o60-Utiimi Ut r, q111 to qIttl, NOTICE TOLEPSE.E OF CIt.W.N A LANDS. TT is hereby notiflole. for the ilnformation of ) L"seeos hlioldiing Crown L lnds under ce iln 12 of tile " Amendinl Land Act, 1865,"' wlhose rcntis ibcaine ldue on. r boeoru tihu 31st Augs?t~ lsit, tillt, unless tlh said. rents aru inun mmlatly lail, the leases of such lands will bu doclared and thn ai.lotnieuts .V-proolairuL o;,pe lo r it ? forth with. J. M. GRANT. Commissloier of'Crowh L'iads and Survey. Lnda; la;niT Sirvey, lile.' Melbourne, 2nd September, 1869. APPLICATIONS RFOI MINING LOAS1S i. IN pnrsuatnco of the Act of Pairliament 20 Vic toria No. 291 mection 41, it is hereby notilled thht sifter. tlhe expirati.;n of one imaontt fromZ the date heireof t iti Intended to gruat thu leases uUider nmenticinod SBechworlt DiLtiict, Goulburn Division. Leose No. 1225, J. Mtain and another, 15 years '29a a 30p, Godfrey's Creek. Excising tie surplus prroun, tile western aio of the block. Lease No 1264 i tile All Nat...

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Original Poetry. PERPETUAL MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 September 1869

Ofriginal dolill, .-r . tr -4-t- PERPEIIT?TUAL OTION. Mena dre'mt of old, il we a-e'told? '1 hey pould eransnat+s . i laso iinehtll into gold; Aunit anulJlmiastls tlere were in all tlire nations d Wi 4 wnaed nonay, iinu*,aid tlilught a1adt patience I lit thli but vain lendeavuoir, lltatry silaiw lall thinglt cutild not lie duoni, ild ei cVeL" uoolbaiy " knows. Anothe'r thing men tried to bri ig T'o a suecesl?u) issue ; and did cling With ibTld teilacious tl triu fioalish notion Thlat tli y could miaake (so call)') ' jperpetual mu t liol.' : They RIalol perpotually (for1ivu the blunder),)] AnUl that they pere!ver'd so long is now the wonder. All thalt Is past. Our lot is cnst in tllis,'n age ,nuul wiser thbluIi the last. 01 alll tnesae fBolishl notions we are rid, And weanl Iaulilu at what our lihtllrN did. Blut nuw a story l am golui to tull, Hftilct'llmay anuus. you, and instrciet un well, Tlhen you mulst know, soillu time ago, 'Tlhere Ilved ita mU a,'" nliglu aisort" or so, An inc...

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WOOD'S POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 September 1869

WOOD'S POINT. (Fro uonur owp Cotrpepqndant;) A heavy iall of snow took place on Satur day n ght, which has added to the depth t already on the ranges. At Spring Hill and all the Way to St. Clair (. prings)," thle now v yery deep on the roads, and is a groat ink pediment to the travelling of the mail horse. The nights have been very, cold, but from the great amount of snow that has fallen (which is exp cted. to be the last this season), it is to be hoped ine wea:her will soon set in, . The appeal of Mr Thomas Perkins from ?he judgment obtained by the Borough Council for rates, hlis come to a premature end Mr Perkins paid the amount of his . rates ancq oses into the Polico Court on Friday last. Before paying the said rates,. a struggle on his part was made to effect a coipromise with the Mayor, Jouncillors, and biurgesses. This was declined, anq M1r Per kins left to the tender morcies of the law This case gust have cost the litig ous de fendant an4 his "' friends" three times tlse mou...

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GODFREY'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 September 1869

GODFRBY'S. CREEK. (From our own Correspondent.) Since my last there hab been nothing im po"rtant to sand you. -alo!ndnary seenst to - b6 the order of Iho day." The Working DJiners' engine is now at we: k, and they are sti!l putting in heir main" lovel. The dam for this claim is now neirly c >npleoed. - 'The'Sons of Froeeomn engine is expected to rtrr no-t waek. Mr Williams, the mana'ger, is sparing no pains to get every thliin in working ordler. 1 am sorry to say that .on of our, beat men is Arbout leaving us, namely, Mr Black, of the B ,llarat Star; a id noir the claim is' in working order, it will be an easy job for the ?aion wh, succeed, him The whim and poppet-heads for the Never can T L.I are e:oeted,.ald will be at work in a day or two. Their new shaft is down" 70 feet, arid in likely to bottomn early next. week. It was reported h"-re to-day tian the Great Northern had struck gold, and they'nro now palqloiging hle stuff. I wishfthcen success. The Briilijat roof, about two m...

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(To the Editor of The Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 September 1869

(To the Editor of 7Te T'ines.) Stt--rn perFusing your issue of the 3rd instant, I perceive that a person of the nrnme of '. Moor" is represented to be the author of a most scurrilous epistle against Messrs Pe:kins, Jones, O'Rourke, and Mr Surveyor Downey, and as there is no other person of the name of Moore in the locality but my, self, I beg most positively to disclam atln knowledge of the said letter, and in fairness. to myself and the parties thorpin mentioned, I honestly request th'at you will give this a corner in your valuable paper. I am, Sir, &e., WM1. o. IOORE. Eildon, September 7, 18i10. -4---...

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OPENING OF THE COMMON SCHOOL, GODFREY'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 September 1869

OPENING UF T1IE COUMMON SChOOL, GODFREY'S CREEK. The new building 'receUtly erected, was formally opened on a. '..7&h ult., by a tean meetng, followed l;y various addresses, in tersperst with mtsicial selecricn? by nmateur,. ?a buildia,- mneasures 30 x 18 feet with 12 feet walls and flue portico witth double c Tiodoors.''t °i t yen ertsf within contract tim l, and re.ftct groeit credit on the district. The school is va.ste in the Board, and the coamit?.e have bea n an tir.ng in their exertions. 'T'ie tables woaro provided p, at:y by prievate donations and partly by the Coll ui teg, tlt4 whlire ail were so well ad re..ally iusuriously furuished it would be invadioia. to particu ,riae. Tin ladies of yhe immediate loqality were assisted by some of the beauty of Alextasdira and Siring preek, and we Ceq qisfely ou that such a collection of belles huve never audirnal a school before. The room was most elegantly decorated ly three young ladies of the neighborlhaood, who shewed cons...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 September 1869

N' ]j1i'! t1 i"' AlJ '1 l tJA.:º P C.A.'J'A".L .. 41,"0,000 L 1 D 3n ... f;400.000.3 LtXTYOF niI\1IEIIOLDPA ~C LTTY of -,(I I E(((lIJ nl?( U > r1 I %I T T 1 f. Ln xwtr.·L IItt li Titipcp t thCflq tt end (3 n ral R ln:d ir B nci Iloe t rnnr·ul· c I J. PD.fINI hI)Inotf, " Art. T fA~UC OFP ArNU'Iu !A AizCrr.y it' n v Anrt itt fl ifrry'I Crrait J. ('. BTINBYSDI:!il%.. " Alcent. entirl ^,1?t iily. IPG9.

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Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 September 1869

o riu t -4--- ', hAi died,', is the brief histnric'dl ne. cnnit 'given of' a lnn list of ancio*'t 'pitri- t nichs iii the Old T'est?iment litiry 'con-' I?ines to telJ thl aiide mel.ln'clnly tele. Mr u'w"kneri, ti, 'fit÷f setler.in Victoria, "livend to n goild iold nep, and lie died." The uli uni'ddtwins of j'nlonihl life litv ii a rIerinrl-' t nhle munnoer'hi;ui illustiirtted in the life of ithe foiiil',r of Victiiria. lie li . during his eventfihl .cneer, bleed 'll slipherd. n 'ser vevor, II Cntplliiti'r, ai' Infol(h, n iblican, Ii Ihwyer, an editor, a legishliror, and numeirolus otilier ti'·nies nid.'plt ro iir t n-t. " s" 'i ly!te' t iiidividuIl IIr 1lwk'nr wcl libenevolentr ktil ind stictly holoiittnlle; its ii zpi riht inld pdlite?,n n it wls hionest sitd in'cle, altholh, somewllht crotchety on some poinits' If itr 1titest etrirlhfibrorwaiw d l:; iknimdst. over= whtl'lmning difficullies, hle any recoinmnanon tion ts an introduction' otJA next. w?irld' then we, linrv 'no dlouh; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 September 1869

.Kruise's Fluid Dlagnesia. First-clnss Certificatt-, :.hlibiton, 18G2. Prize 1tio, TlhiEbittol, l866-7, Ir RIUSE'S FLU[II MAGNEC'STIA obtined.the Soily I'riz+' Melt!.L atwarl cd b)y the Jurors of the Exhilbhion of I8sG6 and 1307 Mir G. C(osmo Newlury's analtys, showed that Kruae'a Fluid ha, uneir; was ric!.er in saline mat terial., nd lneirly dart ik tilh seirtogth sit' any other hialt aMa'irein exhihliti.<. Kruse's Fiid ?ilareli-t is p:rltieulatrlh rcerom mended in all cila, of derandrimn:t of the digestive oirgans. It is it correcliie oft scility ; nnd ltrritg be heat ol tlmnler its gtltle uperient qualitice endir it a Domenrie Mt.dicine of grealt Talte. In he trealtnet of the dikhrdrs ot clfiil.trlrn its use will be found muslt as ,:llil? ,nll hen;fitciatl. It f?rinc ait mnot d"elttciou Sui tiier IlTt:-ht tnk..n with I[{bsE'S b,' S'p 'IF IAStPliIlliY AhNi) I'.EFO, N. flirt anoing two parts of water to ono of Mbagnieslia. For thll paotlculars sco hutal bills uccompanyin...

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ALEXANDRA SHIRE COUNCIL. Tuesday, September 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 September 1869

&LEXANDRA 511I1E COTJ UIN L. -7--.t-- 'iuesdu~, September 7th. Piesent: J. Peterkin, Esq , (P.esident). Cls Hpli, Crolnin, Yelly, O'Callaghlan, O'Rourke, and Co, ne.. Tue President said they had now emerged from a Road Bo;nrd into a Shi e and would take the nddition to their names of Couiaclior. wbhile I~ instead of Chairmnn would now be Presid'ur. '? lhy hld. ro.lsn, to conltrau laft ?etIAemFjelves u their progres for the list twelvie rot.hq. TIhe S!cretarv rend from the Onzotte the proclamatiou of the Shire. Th¶e minutes of. previous meeting' were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENC L From H. Perkins directing strention to the state of bridge No. I contrnct No. 2. From 8. Jones offering a road 1i chains wide through his propo-ty at. Thoru'tin, f'r 14?4 per iun~iin.. From; W. If. Alaton, nut atatiug that lie had collected the whonle of wet the rates at Godlfray's wilh the exception f L4 enl bad expended 1.110 in doin.t so while dut his commitsion oulu nounted to L5 lI, 3. to ...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 September 1869

etrrpnnilk2tCe. (To the Editor of the A?4.rarla ra, Tn!Gs.) Stl?--Wil you permit me to. coigraatu fite the Shire Council on the. vuluable. re-. form which they. introduced at the last meeting, viz., caparating, the offices of clerk andi rat, collect ir. itle, fact that only two membre qopposed the change, is creditable to the intelligenqe of the new members The Coupcil can now get per formed a variety of services urgently rn quired in this district, by adding to them the duties of rate collector-ser,vices which are all incompatible with the duties of a Secret'lry, but which can be effectively per formed by the collector. I refer particujarly to the duties of revenue officer and inspector, of nuisances, and I am surf every ratepayer will agree with me that the latter officer is mucJh needed, in ;his place. A constable was, recently. appointed at a salary of LIO a year, but he was almost immediately afterwards removed from the. township; and, none of the duties were peltormed.. This m...

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SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 September 1869

SPItOXAt. MIttiCtrTIO. An adjou.rn!d sproildl meeting 'w:s then hid' to coneilder the onse of Mr Griyig iii cnnn~etiorin withworks at thln Joephine Hill.i The Secrotary rend the following oorrefs pnhrlnncer, from Mr IH. Perkins, and Mr Greg: - . To tlhe President nll -Coneilloron of the Shire of Ale, x:,lrn. Gentlmo',--A' Mr G~eii, Iia oritered into nno thor nti 'd,,ftiie to the cli'arges male Iy nme R,:?thl?l him I trst y'iti will allow min, to rebllt ils sinttmbint. Alhhiitit rm sta l ex-mel'berof the Alezcndra Ro,,ld Btardi it is sanrcely proper to llnw a dc rvarnt dlf tltt 'lnrd to silvo one irlin h's iIR'il Ili eOr endealrvors to awlv:inoe the general inlerits if the in'iihlt'lts, t.heo li llireet it is now my dlty f?r isuhtittiqte mty stt. ments or ,'hirc · I. will f',llow Mi" 'roLe 't.hr tl', t lisl aniwrO a.'rlestr tim, onl nv'il mvlrf (of the co rlulmns of the AlIr'.rdnrlra 'imes to bx?.'nilo his statements. FIt.--"hloIt tile Joscrlhlnei fI t.onnfraet is not ,omnlete?ld scn...

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(To the Editor of the Alexandra Times) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 September 1869

(To the Elditpr of the Al'cndra.' Timca). Sin-" HfIas the Mining Surveyor the power to enter upon cltaimp alrdady surveyed by him, and re-Survby them for another claimant, without an authority from the Warden ?' is the question that has, been asked by a great number of persons here forq the last. week. I say certainly, not.. He has, no. more right to lay ia chain upon.a :persot's groiLnd,, and, put Iresh, pegs in, than [ have of going into your rarlor and .cut-. trng a h:le in your carpet. The oply olause in the Beechworth Bye-laws bearing on thn, subject i3. No. 35, which runs as follows:- " It shall be imperative upon, any oclain? holder to allow the ]Mining Surveyor or his assistanta to enter upong his claim, dn3aend his shaft, examine the underground work inge, and when required by him. to irender him all reasonable assistance in.doing so." Now, Sir, the foregoing clause, though it gives to the surveyor the ppwer to " enter" uppn, a, claim, does not warrant him in lay ing the qh...

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