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ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 October 1869

ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF3MAILS 'Iown. I 3allsArrive. I Malsa Clore, Yea Tutiesday.r Thursday M1ondaa, a-otlaa. t(lCltor, and Saturday at y. and I'rliday ?l),ant on s ) Ilam. at ?1.J0 p.m. ,i'lnnlriaon Mo nday, Wednes- I Tuesdna, Tl'arday o'naol'e. P(oint day, and Friday, and Snturday, at Sat 0.15 a.m. O a.m. 'ru,,oarnane ) ianrftfordl ... Sunday. .non. I Sundny. p.m. a ' spapora and rand t rred lattrre are rr?aqired to be pona,.I o ?olr hour prior to tle tline appoinlted for rcloing canaey Orders can now be obtained at this Ofmlee from t" a1.aa., to 7 p.ant. T'bt res payaaale in Victoria -L5 and under, d ; L10 and ander, 1s. (onl.,"ies,-L5 and under 1: TO10 andl under, 2s. (:arat Britain anld Irelandl.-L2 and under, ls; L5 and ilnltr, 2 G, d: L7t and underlr, 3o GCd; .110 and under, to, T'olearapltic Mesraages can be transmitted through thIa antince, on payment cab the fern and postage, to. nor station within the colony, N. S. Wales, South Australia, nndl Quoeenland. Mails via Merton...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 October 1869

MARRIED. APLIN—BOURKE.—On Monday 18th October, at Alexandra, by the Rev. John Hogan, Samuel Aplin to Mary Bourke.

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(To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 October 1869

(To the Editor), Missa Editur-You vera good fella, me rwad your papar about blackfella gettin flour, suga, beof, and all like a dat. Zuppose you ask Guvnor fur bacon and rum. My lubra want krinumolin and shenong same as white fellas gin. me lik to hav mn shanty, me sell: um grog.. Send picinninie to sohole, take " Alexandra Times," vera good I. Yure brodden, • KING BUNGAREK Swamp,. Goulburn.

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Original Poetry. KATE'S BRUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 October 1869

KATE;S BitU ..t. -4---t-. Bo Bruin's ilead and gone you say sweet Kate, And nlnch you mourn the stern rderee of fate ''That call'd him from your arms, so Inv'dl,o dear ; From finl emnbrace-the antidote to fear Ii, stringy-hark and gum to ol- se. his eyes - llis only record, " Jere poor Bruin lies," While loss of what we prize or cherish much Nice chords of sympathy is apt to touch,. Surely, sweet Kate, you have for once forgot . Teat death Is yours as well as Bruin's lot. lHad he outliv'd, pray who could tell the ends Of all the insults of your laughing friends ? Ahl Kate I 'tls thus the question must be put For recollect that Bruin was but brute. Poor Bruin's dead! Why shed those useless tears ? Is there another world he dreads or fears i Why then lament a lifo of earthly ease, Where all was done to comfort, soothe and please Fix, Kate, thy love on something hath a soul, To that devote thy life, thy care, thy whole Best energy ; if that you save, a prize Worth coveting awaits you i...

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(To the editor of the times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 October 1869

( tl} thIe ditur of the times.) sir,-i am olleeed to you fur prenting mi eter which it was not mi intenshan to tru;ible von but all along of Ilrry. you no mi sun I:fry thats at shold I i shtvd him m lateor befor i sent it to Vyo fII i wits afeerd the spelin was not rite, but eayS larry says he fatther its fast ralt' and vow are fit to be n eowncilor farther says hIe-iOs a smart chap is mi ltarry and pinz god wil bee a cowncilor Ihimsilf if he lives long enuf. wel as i was sayink i think the hev dun had apointin an uuther ingener and wil find that owt. or mi asmes not jim-the hlv been in two much of a bury. the tel me that the cowneilors ii bov to pali the for shoot theireelves'; i hop so fur it wad ie two bad if the ratpnyrs wud hnv two pai fir there spit and blundrin-theres plenti to du with the ra?payrs mumnney beside that. it seems two me the hhev 3 inginers on band-the rods and briggeA owt two bee wel inginered at an i rat, but not i hop at our expens. i am prowd of the yung fol...

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WOOD'S POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 October 1869

WOOD'S POINT.. (From our own Correspondent.) His Worship the Mayor, J Bowen Esq, left. for Melbourne on Tuesday last, on behalf of. tho Commercial Reef G:M.Co. Dry Creek, in. which ho is a large shareholder, and Chair-. " man of Director&. to qrranga fr thobqarei of machinery on the claim. We have had constant rain. for the past, week anti, the river is higher than hitherto, this seasoh. The good' prospects obtained from th'e. Iope Co., in consequence of boring opera- tions have created.quite a pleasant change, in the prospects of Wood's Point, and,it is, fnlly anticipated that operations in.this claim,. will be more extensive than hitherto ; at: least. there will be. no diminutiorin, in the. number of miners employed; There can be, no quesiion but that the constant employ-. mont and regular payment, of so .many, min orq, as are employed by the Hope, directly " tends much to the stability of Wood's Point.,. :" Progressive claims are still on the increase. The No. 1 &...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 October 1869

PUnLISTIED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. "Verltau V'nIcit Onaula." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1869. Twi eight hours-and early closing questions are. attracting the attention not only of the working olasses, but of all commercial. manufacturing, and mining interests, as well as the leading political men of the day. Also ciatious, public meetings, and the Press are converging to one point, and demanding that man shall' no longer be treated as a beast of burthen, but that he shall henceforth have more time to devote to his intellectual, moral,. and physical culture. A numerously attended meetingwas lately held at the Princess Theatre, Melbourne,. which was attended by members of all creeds, and representations of all shades of politics, for the purpose of advocating the closing of all places of business at twelve o'clock noon, on.Saturdays. .'here was much interest ex hibited in the proceedings, and, the speakers in their remarks identified the object they sought with the Early Closing and Eight ...

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GODFREY'S CREEK. MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 October 1869

G.OD.FREY'S. C.REEK'... (From our own Correspondent.) . MINING NEWS. .Sons of Freedomn G. I. Comps ny.-This claim, which consists of nine men's ground, has a shaft 12.8 feet in delpth, and. three,. drives-two in.. the upper and one in. the lower level, one of the former running 00 feet east, and the other 42 feet south, liotn in washdirt, with ;prospects varying from 12 gr to a pennyw6iglht to the dils..j Chamber,. 14 x.7; The- lower level drive is 120 feet long in a soutlh-wo.?terly direction, with a chamber 20.foot, long. 10 ofeet wide, and 8 feet high. The end of the drive is being 'widened as 'a preparatory: step-, to. raise a jump up to the washdirt. , Thereo ire two bores alrendy,, which have "tested :'tlhe dirt, and proved it to be of payable; quality. 'Tho jump-up is "expected to be finished in a fortnight, and. will consist of three compart meants--one fbo a.ladder road, and-the other two for shoots for washdirt. The claim is worked nat.present by a 22 horse-power steam eng...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 October 1869

T0tal maid f eneral. Sews. James Moor,.a young lad of 10 ?aers of age, got. accidentally drowned at Godfrey's on Sunday last. Tt was the poor boy's birth day, and hy way of preparing to put on his best clothes in celebration of the day, he went to have. a bath in a reservoir con nected, with the You Ntver Can Tell, claim. He got. into a paddock ii the dam which was deeper than. other portions, and got drowned, A. magisterial inquiry was held on the. body, by .. IlJythman,. Esq., J.P., who found in accordance with the above facts. The young lad was buried on lMonday, and follo?wedto. the grave by the children of the Commor School, all neatly 4 and suitably attirgd.. Two young lads, about deceased's own age, sat on the coffin, which was placed,on a,wuigonett.,an d' conveyed to1 the burial'ground,, attended:by. a large numn-. ber of the business. men. and miners of the place.. Moore was an orphln boy, but we' understand that, be waty. vairy. repsectably connected,, '.iho total wreac of...

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ALEXANDRA SHIRE COUNCIL. Tuesday, October 19. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 October 1869

ALEXANDRA. SHtIRJI COUNCIka ------+-- Tuesday, !otober 19. ,Present: J. Peterkin. Esqn, (Presideiat)j Ors Hall,. Cronin, Kelly, O'Callaghan, O'Rourke, Co} e, Weldon and. Whiting. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE.. From H. W. Alston, asking amount of security required. from Fry and Garthwith, informing the Council that a late storm had blown down several trees on their contract,. and.asking the Council's favorable considera tion. From J. Gill, applying for a fihrmers' common at HIome Creek. From W. Wilkin son, applying for compensation for damage done in cutting drain, and allowing traffic ;o pas tharough Cuthkin station. From A. Motlierwoll, asking to be allowed to substi tute box forred-gnm for the culvert at Gobur. from.the Assistant Commissioner of Roads and Bridges, forwarding plan. showing the boundary, between the Shires of Alexandra and Mansfield. From A. HI Aston, enclosing list of licenses paid for current year. Out-. ;ward.-to the...

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Correspondence. [Whilst we permit all parties to express their views freely through our columns, we do not identify ourselves with their opinions.] (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 October 1869

Cnrrrýpuunr~ne.' .. *-4---- [Whilst we permit all parties to expre's their views freely thlroul, otr colulmns, we do not. idqntil?:oureselvre&s with their opliniuns.] (TO the Editor) Sir,-I1troublod you lately with' a ;rter. on , sub ect, in whliahk Ifel much interested,. namely, water supply for Aloxandra., I'am, gla;i to oblserve. that tie., attention of '*the . Fpotlvero that"e 1":: is"so' far- directed; :tby"' as that a well is in projsot, 1- presume,. to, be available in case of file, for I think it would :he almost useless for any other pu rppse. This well is very,well so far,- but the rate-. p)tyers should not he satisfied with. this., TheI Into rainfall was very. refroshing, to .the. grass and the young crops etc., but very soon, we may expenot the ground to he parched by. t he sun's " directer rays", and the townspeople. who have gardens wll find their, now green., crops burnt up or withering. While the need? otplenty of wiatr for sanitary purposes is evident, and o...

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DURHAM GULLY, SPRING CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 October 1869

EDURtHAFM GULLY, 2SPITING CREEK. (From aur own Correspondent.) I have to inform you since my last of the discovery in Dprham-Gully of a rich reef by two well-known miners, Lewis and Wilson. The reef' s 9' feet thick, anl the gold is thickly studded through the stone. The spe-. cimens are extraordinarily rich, with the gold literally hanging to ench piece. This pro perty is really considered very valuable l'he shareholders have. out about ..tons of quartz, which is expected to.go about 12 oz to the ton.. I have heard that a-crushing will take place this week, the result of which I will send you in my next. Several lots from the Triton Lead have been put through the different machines, one lot from F. Smith's claim giving about 6 dwt to the load. This was part sinkings, and they are now dri ving to catch the gutter.. They have a golden face in their drive, which I hope may continue. The Blazing Stur (No. 2QNorth) ihas bottomed their second shaft at a depth of 65 fee., on a gutter, tan...

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WOOD'S POINT POST OFFICE. TABLE OF DESPATCH AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS BY THE YARRA TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 October 1869

WOOD'S POINT POST OFFICE. ,1;t.K.. rI'I:SP.'rCfl AND AI:IfVAL iOF MAILS IPY TIlE YAIItA TitA('I. I'te: Town MaIll ayrive. Mail (Close. S·,,'.t".tl,"..........f S .lny?a. \V ine n - .tIondays. Vrrl- I S,.ha ,......· daay.. & Fridays. s.Iysy & ha t l v~ille ......... at U.p.m i . turdayn,at5 p.mis lt: , lrnw ......... i . I: ".·1'rrid licttlr nit! newapanert teust be ponted one 1..",," prior to the t lI1I ppotsltel l for o h l- f t e. lip IInII1. T..- f:lIee in npe u+ Ill isxo'clack every day, Sunday 1 t..,""" ewltbeil no p holtl nrtdon Rdn?Y,ibtI tallleltert. Ai. nto..t,.,I far tratami,?ai?n by malln dcaDateited on fthat day SI r sarwrdedc. if posted lld protlrl st tntnpewl. o,,." orlera can bie oihtillled at thtil oflie pavahh In t elr tni:l.ll e adi c nl t c Cltles, (trnat rItlntll ant Ir yandt. T'hi. aoney Order office will bie o ctl hetsreea t iboura e f Io :lnt ::. A Ittere.Ilnio ant tin beei-n enltilstlled at Mr Zochtins'. t the trihhre. Tlrih.he-atreet: thle I....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 October 1869

D I NN G ROOMS, Gobur. Samuel J. Rosseau, This iestuarant is intended to supply A Qulet home. A Good Table. Civility and Attention. It will be found the best place for Business Men rnd others who wish to avoid the bustle and noise pf a hotel. EORGE E. SIMCOCKS, Post Office Store, Gobur. A General assortment of Groceries and C'(onlal e ommissions promptly attended to on all Mining matter?. Mrs C. Smith's PENERAL STORE, Gobar. ALL kinds of Men's and Women's CLOTHES sold at Great Bargains. Qrocerles of tLae Best Description. "Small Profits ahd Quick Returns" is the motto of Mrs Smith's Store NEWMAiRK AND CO., Tobacconists, Perfumers, &o. QGpobrS T11HIS Establishment has the Largest and Best . selected stock in the district of Tobacco, Cigars, and Jua ncy Goods. Try, and you must believe. James IM'Leich. TWO PUDDLING MACHINES, Deurlnanm Gully T HESE machine s have been carefully constructed ad so as to secure a plentiful supply of water, and with due regard to the convenience of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 October 1869

itlýs Fluidl Maria esi a. Virst--clls Certificate, Exhibition, 1862. I'sizo Meoal. ]:bhibitiuu, 185G-7, . LRCeE'.t FLUIDI M1AIiNFSIA obtained th J oly Prize Medal :wnrid,,d by the Jurors o L e V' thihCiCio, of 186G0 nd 18i7 ..r G. omnto Newiury's u.alysib showed that IClo's's Fluid lMaunttr"ia wS rln .t:r in salind mat CI r-t. :?tni nearly oin le the atreu:l ut any oy ther 1,'1 I 4aeftgesi:t chibtited. ).ouse's Fluid JMgno'ia is partiCultarly recom om uicd in all cns^s of de:ruatngetolt of thie digestive ory~ls. It Ls a voi'retlive ot oceidlitl ; ::td ttdurirn? 1o heatl of `nilmuter its gentle ( ;,r.nent qualities .-. t:r it a Duolestieo MedicVine at ur.nt value. In It. reC;tm.lnt of tht' diernar orf enill.ten It: use will be ',;und most b .oC:a.g Iand benrhtcil. It forms a j rt' . delicious Snulmer 'lIrauhult tk.lke.u iwith KIi'ISE'S :'it'iUP t'F hASlPDEIIHY AND I I \1IN, llhat adu.lug two pats of w..l~ r to o01e of ,- .ull particularsn as hand bills accomplnuying et~. 4 bottle. TE...

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AGE OF GOLD DEPOSITS. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 29 October 1869

.AGE OFU GOLD,DEPO§I:L[& (Tp, t!e Editor), Sir-Allow, me. thron`gl, the, medium, off your. column .to,make a few. remarks on the age of gold delpQits. Iwill ,.il?fsify.. theni, as follows :.-First--The older or .atr!yieroue, granite, outburst. iec~ondly--Theo younger. or.auriferonis diorite outbiurrt. 'thy o.lHr., or. upriferonu granjio, intruniop appears tp have. occurred at so.nd timebotween the silurian, atnl, aoiybojDiferpRis "rlio(ds, certainly inot . 'older tllhan thoiuunper 'sirii iun,'nir, younger thmn tibe carlonifhrou4 strata. 'o thli period, " holohate all the gohl derijved frmtDstha di.ein tegration of grter,ite roeo's .ia the nuriferous: *quarts vioan. Som? arn of npinion thaR the goldI i?, derivedi'ro:n thsy granite,. ant),injc-. tid from it inlt, the neoig?hbrinr; str.ttacr rying .rold. The ,risits is..decidedly iari ,ferpu s ald, though it, wou~d, not; pay to. crush while granite mount ins, yet.in ,plces such as WVood'sa Point, where it is decom posed, it..gi...

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THE JOLLY GOLD MINERS OF GODFREY'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 29 October 1869

TILE JOLLY GOLD MINiElt~OF GODFREY'S . ('ItEEK. What a jovali Hand are the Godfrey bo?s, Though t eli t eeis bat l1uqpan males ; There's glittvrijg wealth iq their seentllhg pits, And there'' gold In the Godfrey hole+., And Hurrah for thh Io tir tie oomnlg now, For the eight hints worlk we seek, l'There's gold galore, that will pay for moJre, Thqn thle , iners of Ioudfre)!s Creek. What foqls you*.l he sineo the hint you've got,' Ifyour minds you diHI not speak, And be dloni with the top hurs killing wonl Stle.l digginrgs of godfrey's Creek. To labor for loursilong, lingering, ten, In a stifling atnmsplwr i - Nq wondoer the spirit of nItan sitki, lo w, No wonder tihe frequent bler. : ; fBu the bast of all qg I Crow ..y SJys, :. ; .-: ý, ]a a-cmntie I knqw lull soon; Whue' th , minilng worlI ot its own shall c.an ' Bach Saturday af trnoon, Then hlp Iip.;hip, hurrah ! yebola1 bo.i, ' For thie fertyelght Ihours a week ; hAld thoe last half diy fur a holiday To theu mlursa-t todltrey'a U...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 29 October 1869

.FRIDAY, OpTA FR. 20, 1800. .1 T1.. Post Office Department does not seem disposee.. to comply, with ,the reqepot lately arte ly theShire,Counqil to graqt a daily na: ' tio ,lexndlra, via. Godfrey'e Creek. S urely the m:at.ter c nnot. hav.e reuni ed,,any. thing like a mtinneit's coneideration, . other wise a reques.t.so raqonableo and inexpensiye would have been at once granted, 'According to the Governrnent ndvertisetmnt, for,. mdil. service for the year 1870, it. is ip.enhled, tp run a manil dilily rlt-ouh G',,firey's Croelk and nnother mail from Mertn. to Alexandra, via Godl!rey'e, three tinmes, a week. Could anything he more simple than instead of tlhe Merton mail. which utter the end-tothis year would, be absolutely uselees, to put on a daily mail to k.lexandra. This would, give not only daily communicationwith Melbourne but would.actually cost lese miaey t'?nn the three times a week mail by Merton. No one with any pr;etensions to c ,mmon sense. would, continue ta il.hy .Merron ...

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ROBINSON CRUSOE GULLY. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 29 October 1869

1,OfBINSON ClitUSOk ULLY. The Suryeyor, at the request of tdia pro? pector*, inarked off a number of claimS on, nduytast: under- the deep lead frontage: system, and th Pr e ecting claim c was duly dl.ristrned in l.umpers of:oham),agne, as thel" Royal Standard G.?l. Co ."Mr Pen ningto hrias thus added another to his already numerous djscoverips. l'lio '" Royal Standard Lead,". frou! all we panu lear, is likely to prove a very important one. .Mlr Per.ing ton, who Isa admitted to be a, pretty' good! judge, feels cornfilont that the washbdirt will go an ounce to ti l..b1-d. ' All the g rouiid qi;th unl souitlh of, tha~lroepector. has been taken up. O'Donnell and pi'ty. (uortb). have bottoroo:l, acid after driving a short dis tince, struck the lead with three feet of ryanhdirt. The" gold is heavy and water Sworn, and well djatribnted. through; the wash. Largo quartz boulders, quartz detri tus, and, pilpeclay fo:rm t!h.prinoip! ,ingre ,dients of the lead, and, tu.stuff being vo'ry tenacio...

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DURHAM GULLY, SPRING CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 29 October 1869

D.URHAM GULLY, SPHIING.CRIEK. (From our own Correspondent.): Four tons of quartz from the yw reef lately, discovered here were crushed last week, and yielded nearly.8. oz, per top, the grgat.r part of? this stone. being from the sa?.face, and now the reef is thoroughly de fined, the next crushing is expected to turn out better than toe first. The Triton lead is still turning out good yibalds. About 13londi from Crichton's claim wenta littile over an ounce to thebo load. Abouit 100 loads frpom different claims were put throu;h lin mnp chine, and averaged from 9, dwt to 12.dwt to the load. Irmay metidon thlat Mr Cu,g hill has purchased McLich's machine and pliant Another rich reef has been discoveremd on the same line us the Alabama reef. Two" .pounde of stoneowore crushed, which.yielded{. . ' •. I uz 17 dwt, and all rough as b jtlark ouiii e 1o the dish hasd begn obtaind - b line or reef. do t Several shares in the Ilaippy ho- Luq y (north) have changed Iarsd' thias Weeik at fear pri...

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