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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 14 July 1868

S aocal and 6(encal Vtws. There will be no I lck of candidates for seats in our local Road Board, the following gentlemen having already intimated their intention of coming to the poll, viz: Iesers HI. Perkins, J Peterkin, 8. Milligan, F. Coster, A. F. Fletcher, J. Cronin, G. Pendlebury. W. t Grere, and 1. Kidgell. It is satisfactory to find such an. amount of interest displayed by our business men in this matter, and we a may confidently expect' ito"live a roully r Htlicien', and well-working Road. Board. Thle new M3inistry has been formed and we have no hesitation in stating that the selection made will be productive of a &trong Sexecutive. Mr M'Culloch is again at the Sfiend. of affairs and the country can now look forward with the confident expectation ot having the large arrears of legislative a business carried our without further vexitiou ,delay. Measuae- of vital importance to thu mining community have been held in abey ance pending the termination of 'the dend lock ...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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(To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 14 July 1868

( To the Editor of hke Alejeandra drmes.) 81,--Being an old Woodspointer, I fancy you would like to hear a report from the .reefs.- Iam-working in -the Norfqlk Pros. pecting chlaim. The reef averages from 6 to 16 mches in thickness. No. 1 has struck a very rich leader. The Durham has better stone-i would judge it to go about 2 oz, to the ton. Being only a new arrival on this place, I am not in a position to give an accurate account, but will do so the first opportunity. I am, Sir, yours truly, JAMES WHITE.

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COUNTY COURT, JAMIESON. Thursday, 9th July. (Before His Honor Judge Cope.) UNDER £20. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 14 July 1868

COUN TY ,COURT, JAMIESON. Thursday, 9th July. (Before His Honor Judge Cope.) UNDER £20. Purcell v. Mayor, &c., of Jamieson. £6 15s. Settled. Kelson v. Pendlebury.-£2 10s. Mr Smith for plaintiff. No appearance for defendant. Value ofa coat lent by plaintiff. It appeared from plaintiff's evidence that a coat of equal value hadsince been returned. Plaintiff only went for costs. Verdict for L4 4s, costs. Kelson v. Collou.-L5 10 6Od. Mr Smith for plaintiff. Action on dishonored cheque. Verdict for amount; costs L5 10s. Hoskins v. Commin.-L4. Mr Butler for plaintiff. Verdict for amount; costs LI 16s Gd. Patton v, Ah You.-£5 19s. Mr Butler for plaintiff, Mr Smith for defendant. Goods sold and delivered. Verdicqtr for_plaintiff,. Ll'3s ?'Old, without costs. Patton v. O'Brien.--L8 14s 3d. Verdict for amount claimed, with L4 costs. UNDER L50. Purcell v Patterson.-L38 16s. Plaintiff and defednant appeared in person. Action on attorney's bill of costs. Verdict for amount claimed, subjec...

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(To the Editor of the Alexandra Times) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 14 July 1868

(To the Editor of the Alexaundra 2mes ) SSrn,--I have been at Maindample for five months, and, being a practical mat:, 1 pup pose I ought to be able to judge of the di.s trict. The'.Montgomery Reef is from Ilft. to '2r. in thickness, underlaying fast to the west ward. I fancy that Maindainple would turn out a good field butt, unfortunately, men have not the capital to prospect the groutnd thoroughly. I know several parties wuuld will;ngly sink shafts 100 feet or more, but they have not the opp'rtunity of doing so in consequence of their funds being so low. The Beautiful Star.I hear is let ontribute, also the Rehiance Reef (I was working in it myself). The last crushing was 15 dwt to the tono, Messrs Rosel and Taylor are crush ing the stone on halves, and by doing this the holders of the claim have an opportunity of testing the roof. Much credit is due to Moessrs Rosel and Taylor, as they were the first to bring down crushing in this plice. I am, Sir, yours truly, A REEFER.

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FRIDAY, JULY, 10TH. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 14 July 1868

FRIDAY, JULY, ]OTH. Knowles v. Burners and another.-MIr Emerson for defendan , mad,. an application for a new trial on the ground that defendants had came the previous day to Jamieson on purpose to defend this action, having been informed that this was the first d.y of the County Court, and had discovered after arriving in Jamieson that the cause had been heard and decided against them. Mr Coster, for plaintiff, haven. been heard in reply, His Honor grunted the application on the terms of defendants paying the costs forth with, and paying the amount of verdict into court to abide the event of the new trial.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 14 July 1868

1ý SURGE' N, ACCOJ;(IIIEUR. &r~, (Gatelv frcrxi London GRANT STIHEET, ALEXA N RA. Orp ositlc Jr A ~rghtie'M. Clremlr c M.U.i.O.O.F. Mount Pleasant (lddfellows' Quadrille Club. T IE shbove Club intend givinw an openitg en'ertl'l,ment on Wednesday, 15th July, tO' commence at 8 'ohclec pnm., at Host Gibbons' Miters' Exchange ifotel,. Alexandra. First-elas' Band in attendance. An. efficient M.. ALEXANDRA ROAD BOARD ELECTIONS. S PTB LIC MEETING wilt he held at . Henning's Ifotel, Thornton, on- Friday next,. the 17th inost., at Five o'clock in the afternoon, to consider the course to be adopted at the forthcoming election for the Alexandra Road Board. JAMES RODOERS. Thornton, 11th July, 1868. ALL PEIISONS interested in the formation of. an Amateur Dramatic Society, are requested to meet at the Eldorado Hotel, This Evening, (Tuesday) at Eight o'clock. R[ESSRS MONEY WIGRAlI AND SONS,. (Of Blackwall Yard, London), Line of Steam and Sailing Ships, ONDON DIRECT. tively on SA IHENRY FAR...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 14 July 1868

NOTICE TO CORRErSPONDENTS. Our wood's Point noerr.-ivflnn t r'q letter is »nnvoidnbly held nver till next isoti.

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ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 14 July 1868

ENGLISH MAIL. The next mnil for Europe and the East will close nt Alexandra on FrF1:h 1. the 17 rt inst., at 12.30 p.m.-.T. Potekir, Postmaster.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 14 July 1868

. ALEXAN5u A, July 6th, 1868, .IIENItY .PERKINS, ESQ., ,IR,--~e, the undersigned inhabitants of Alexandra, do hereby request that you will allow yourself to be nominated as a mem her of the Road Board of Alexandra at the forthcoming election, and, in tihe event of your consenting to become it candidate, we pledge ourselve.? to exert every effort to secure your return: Donald M'Kenzie Thomas Allet J. P. Bainbridge, J.,P. Bennhoid Elmot John Peterkin. J.P. Carl Mueller John Whitelnw. J.P. James Leci'ie W. Villeneuve Smith Martin Marshall Mautico Raphael E. Maearty Alex. Thalir B. II. Taylor. Alfred II. Emerson Thomas Badger Charles Ashbee Wolf Cohen John Robinson Thomas G. H. Splnks William Downing William Marshall Fred. Coster John Kirwan Thomas Hall Denis Dotter E. S. Aughtie J.Cook John Branch Henry Roberts J. A. Cooper Peter Campbell Albert Eio chitzky Alfred Hames Simpson WVhitelaw Henry H. Alston Fred. J. Wilson Joseph Newbound Andrew B. Cuchton William Janckson Joseph Brooke A....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 14 July 1868

TIlL GId U'k A'JERIC{.\ ,. 1; I\E DIES \ý,17lC: i t Ii tr'it f colt IlIIEUMATISMt, NºiUPA01. XCA GOtUT. S~PRAINS', 1IiiAiIACII: &c. l7xieican MUSTANG LINIMENT. Mexican MUJSTANG CUNDr l~'iN 1'i1)tVICH'1, M A G I C 1 ' I , L S -01- - 'fO tittic ColirLn M-l.· u:lt nrl, lc. A. X. 1 E~'CM Little "7omli hr Store.: GRANT-STREET, A LE XA \N 1) 11 A. N~:E1UA1 N1r\S AGI~iNT,. Dii t131, 11 tl)ll\('C\11. T.· S1 A'I'INNIZlI alt iC t('II.1t\1'. -0 j17 tANK=. :. r-etiroi'v, tlnnitq to hisK his to rwn dq, br to cill attent1ion 0 t is'' i - BT'aC1~I OF' 1tlut~nfil C Lurge AYAlrct Qcrirtot DRAPERY AND CLOTHING, tlotvintr' beten' bought orr AtAASI1 `ttJ is 11111 to *Inlntpte with tihe Iar?1pJt KrtKre li titi. tliottict. t II 1, E A G B '1': 'i" It It "iC I I A G L.' 'Li.'cnted~to Sel l'.istlgt Stamnps.. J. Ii.. D IM. t'MI A IT 0' N , IVII0LISA itP. & IRRTlAL :U T C II :. R. H·IOTTE.L.S at "l Fat" lies "KimtfiId putctitaily, on JL..-... rasolablu lelms. . C UK'S I iI O' E'.BL. 1 I ALEXA...

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ENGLISH NEWS. GENERAL MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 14 July 1868

ENGL IS I NEWS. GENaRAL MISCZLLA?Y. A Fearful catastrophe is reported to have oc curred by the falling ill of the Santa Elisa mine, belonging to the Fusion Carbonifera Company of Esplel and Bolmez, Spain, by *thi"hl accident fiflty four men have been buried alive. The Marquises De Casa-Larios and Casa-Loring,.who weredesoend Ing at the moment in a basket, miraculously escaped When Narvaez was on his deathbed his confessor exlior:ed him to forgive all his enemies, The Spanish Pronmier replied that he had none to forgive' " lothlink you," said the confessor "you mus; surely have had some in your life." ")Oh, I have had many." said the dying man, "*but then L always shot them." The Minister received the blessing of the Pope, which was sent him by telegram Sir J. Y. Simpson states that in the old town of E-linburglh there are 13,000 families, consisting of 60,000 Individuals, living in one-room houses, and that 1,000 rooms are the abo les, day and nights. of fromt llve to fifteen person...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 14 July 1868

MISCELLANEOUS.     M R. F R E D E R I C K C O S T E R, SOLICITOR, AND CONVEYANCER, ALEXANDRA.   Commissioner for taking Affidavits in the Supreme Court of colony of Victoria.   MR. COSTER will attend the Police and Warden's Court at Yea every regular Court day. Communications may addressed to Mr. W. Oliver,   Muddy Creek Hotel, Yea. M R. A L F R E D H. E M E R S O N ATTORNEY AND SOLICITOR I7, U It C E L L. SOLICITOR ETC. 14 LYDIARD STREET, BALLARAT. M R. S. K. V I C K E R Y, (FORMERLY OF THE VICTORIAN RAILWAY DEPARTMENT) District Mining Surveyor,     AND CONTRACT SURVEYOR, BEING exempt from the operation of the 5th and   6th clauses of the Civil Service Regulations, by permission of the Hon the Minister of Mines, is at liberty to devote a portion of his time to PRIVATE   PRACTICE.   -0 Plans and Specifications prepared and Contracts Supervised. Managing C...

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(To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 July 1868

( To the Editor of he Ale.xandra Times.) Stn,-Seeing an advertisement in your valuable journal, calling a meeting for the purpose of forming an Amateur Dramatic Club, I naturally expected that the pro moters of the affair would have put in an appearance. But this was not the case, as after waiting for a considerahle period, with the intention of joining the Club if started, to my infinite disgust and chargin I was obliged with one or two others (who knew as little about the afftir as myself), to return home as wise as I went. This is not as it should be, more especially as the primary o'!ject was the benefitting of one of the noblest charities -an Hospital. I hope the matter will not be allowed to fall through, and that you will give your hearty co-operation in the forman tion of a Club in Alexandra, I am, Sir, yours respeotfully, HECATE.

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 July 1868

ýinttS1ituabnert. P 2 (To thv Editor of ?liAlexandra Tesm.) 8lt,-With retfrence to a meeting of some )f the inhabitants of Thornyon" lately held ihere, protesting against the road as surveyed.1I by Mr Downie. I beg to remark that views I more selfish or more inimical to their own interests ultimately, could not be putforward by any collection of men pre tending to common sense. There is loud talk about "scandalous work " being perpetrated, I but where is there an iota of proof of such º an assertion advanced by this windy meeting? I Ventilation indeed! I can see nothing 1 ventilated, save an animus 'against Mr Downie for having justly discharged the duty devolving on him as a public ser~'it, and which, I am bold in asserting, has been done with that honest independence always so characteristic of that gentleman at-all times. Let me mention some of the absurd charges levelled against the surveyor. Impri mis, the road has been brought close to the front of Mr Fitzjohn's public -house ...

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LAW NOTICES. COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 July 1868

LAW NOTICES. COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. laces for Holding When Held. Whore Held. Gaffncy'sCreek-(Clerk Every alternato PollceBtatlon of Petty Sessflons, Tlhursday. Joseph M'Cormack.) Jamleson - (Clerk of Every Tuesday Court House Courts, Thos. Small- and Friday. man, E~c.) Jerlielo--(Clcrkof Petty Every alternate Barracks. Sessalons,MrM'Glone) Thursday. tloek-(Ulerkof Petty esshm. A. B. Horn- EveryWednesday Parry'saote buckle,). Wood's I olnt--(Clerk Every Tueday Court Iouse of Courts,A.. B.orn- and Friday. bueklF.

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ALEXANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 July 1868

ALEXA?DRA. "Warden and Police Magistratc-A. P. Akohurst, Esq. actlng). Justices o the Peae-G}. Pendlcbanr, Eq. John White law, Eseq., J. Peterkin, Esq., J P. Bailnbrhlge, Esq. Dlning reglistrar and 8urveyor--S. K. Vickery, sq: Postmaster and Collector of lmposts-.i. Peterkin, sq. Denuty-tegistrar of Births and Deaths-Mr John Smith. P'olioo Camp-Sergeant Evans in charge. Inspector of Slaugentcr Yards-Mounted Constable Costello. Government y ncctnator-Dr. O'Connor.

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LAW NOTICES. COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 July 1868

LAW NOTICES. COURTS OP PETTY BESSIONS. Places Holding Courts. Days. Where Held. Alexandra-Actlng Clerk Every alternate Eldorado 'of Courts, H. M. Taylor. Tuesday. [ Hotel. Gallhey's Creek-Actlng Every alternate Pollco 8ta Cler of Pertty Sessionse, Th edny. tlon.e J. &'Cormano. Jamleson-Clerk of Courts E very Tueday Cour ou Mr Thomas Smallman. andFriday.

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GAFFNEY'S CREEK POST OFFICE Arrival and Despatch of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 July 1868

GAFFNEY'S CREEKI POST OFFICE Arrival and Despatch qf Mails. Town. Malls Arrive. Malls Close. Tuesday, yr Tuesdy Tursday Melbourne (via Saturday 8 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday, Yarra Track) Tueday, Thursday, Tuesday, p.m. S1 p.m. e p.m. alcson.. ..[TueCsday Thursday Tuesday, Thursday . Saturday, 8 p.m. Sunday, 7p.m. Castle Reef Tuesday Thursday, I Tuesday, Thursday Wood's PFint. Saturday, 7 p.m. I Sunday, a p.m. 8. WEEKEY, Postmaster.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 July 1868

1.Nli(N BANK OF AUSTRALIA. LIAtIT;r rY;UtrLITl'rED. PAID UP C&PIAl ... t1..51.000 ESE1IRVE FUND ... ... £250,000. ALEXANDRA AGENCY. GOLD BOUGHII' AT MELBOUIRNE PRICES. Current Iater of Interest Allcwed on Dcposits,'anfl General Banking Businl*s trtIItniacted. J. P. IAINBItIDGE, Agent. BANK OF NEW SO(UTPI WALES. EsTAnt.LvII 1817. MANSFIELD A(GIENCY. COLD PURCIIi,\ MELBOURNE General Banking Iuas ne'~ 'Trnnsacted. GEORGE WALKER, Agent. ClO M tE RCI AL BANK O P A U l T It A L I A (.inrlted.) ALEXANDRA BRANGB. This Tlranch is now Open FOIL TIIB TRANSACTION OF GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. GOLD PURCHASED At Current Rates. 1.. NOlrKAN BROWNE, uly th, 188. Manager. D R. BA IX:N I0 RIDG O 8UR1GEION, ACCOUCIIEUR, La., CtRANT STREET, ALEXANIYRA, May be Consulted Daily at his residence as above. MIDWIFERY FEES Moderate. D R. LANG bees to inform the inhabitants of Alezandra and surrounding districts that he msy he Con suthed DAILY at M1r AUGHTIE'S Dispensery from it a.m. to i p.m. Patients v...

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ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 July 1868

ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS.. Town. I Mails Arrive.. Mails Close. Yea. Tuesday, Thursday Monday, Wednes Kilmore and Saturday, at day, and Friday Melbourne ) am. at 12.30 p.m. Via Doon, to Mansfield Jamieson }. Monday, Wednes, Monday, Wednese W ood's Point day, and Friday, dao, and.jr.day,? Marton at 2.-op.m. at itp.m. Longwood Melbourne Darllngtord ` ... Sunday, noon. I Sunday, 9p.m. ewapapers and registered letters are required to be posted one hour prior to the time appointed for closing mails. ioney Orders can now be obtained at this Office from 10a~m., to3 p.m. Sh? ges payable in Victoria.-IL and under, Od; L10 and under, Is. Colonles.-L5 and under. Is; LIO and under, 2e. Great Britain and Ireland.-T.2 and under, is; Li and4 under, 2s Od; LT and under, 3s Od; L10 and under, Os, J. PETERKIN, Postmaster.

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