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WOOD'S POINT POST OFFICE. TABLE DESPATCH AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS BY THE YARRA TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 28 January 1870

W½0W9~r PI)J\~P POS9'L OFFICE. Poat Tewi Mal arrve Malts Cleat Msttn..kl ....... S·l~ehevnllt ....... bn~rla. Werdnes- ilt-tlays, We-ti PES)Nr ~ at h..... o p. in. tartlays,stlp.re $?sltouene ..... I PRe-t·lstesl le~tter and iieeainilers mact be pos~ted one Tin,, 'jdve tnt,.r time srDlrnttvil In' etnatnlr the. mnalts. ?'l,v n'llee Is apen stllt lraet'ttc every day, SUnrlra, The~allemill t11not te nnmiem eta Qilnelay. bitt all le~ttr,,. ?ee. nte'arie~l tar Inml'atelsletn he "tilsm(rr tilltelt n (hnt ttsR' pill ihe tnri.rle'l. I? nastetItt teitet Ita~FJV ltIrld. 'tn'lev nA,..ee can bes ntiite~l at (ltd.o'11ev eia.hle In Vtettet., l i, .t'r~lls'ent emnlen* ic re-al Irlellan anti feetani Th. ~cn~ 0...?. oiltee will It.. 'ten llwetaa thmlihoari of t, iteeelrntn T~a't ttsq~r been sthlltrhed st Me 7Tnh~lllaq, vs it,. hrlln-. nllellme-.leeet; itle cltr em si FI~V ne-re stil be e'enl tmm It h.t)f-s't~hottr trll'rtnthe et 1~ it.. ra.cket mae. I 5'~l' itlIt Itn tin aetlll..eum ·llt ~ 1nelln ~ ...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GODFREY'S CREEK POST OFFICE. Table shewing the Arrival and Despatch of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 28 January 1870

(Vbl'FREY S (1REHC PnsT oFFICE. Table atwwlrw/ the Arrival nnid Dr pntrh ot 3Malle. Poet Town. alSl.l Arrive. Mafll Clsea. Mertln holly (yttfl'l Vn ex- At 9. am. erpltil) at 7.10. sn At9.Smt McIourna ~ roleptrd) at 7.10. D-1 At0. am. Tulr'edev. Tlluralny. I 3rnlnv. Wriner. Alexandlr and triturly. day. a Yriday, at 9.30. aSn. " a 7. am. Trr'Intoril T~eierr wanl Newanapera are rcqolrcd to hrrd ce.··l liot prorn hi tha tin. apnolntalod rg~p lt..ioura'm.rom o, am, to pm.-Da)aly. linnlayi excepted. 0. TB. 9ITM(T0KS.

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 28 January 1870

&T1RY Vr rX POST OFFTeE. ARR'V!1 i AV/I) D SP4 .TCII. OF hAILS Town. I )n[IIArrlr.. tallCIOi, Il'Irmorn .' an'1 `tltrnlay at Inv. unit I'rl lay tfclt.h'..i n I it .tn. ftt tt.1o p i. Pin 1'rttn tn'i 1n.0 iin - Oltv, Biuini.. Torn ion. Ttnrldqv irr-.l'. Point ' .tnv, .in' I- rl Invy. nd rntiriay. at htot'i. -a.m. fiiilo,n..., flnrt'ngonrl . tnntin.. noon. 1 9nnlnrn ' n.m. v", .qv,..' a nod rt i.tLr.r1 lrtoirn art. r.*,oPirr't tn h inC' n..= irnh, prior to Itor tlin' apoinitohi for rlntonti hntt.. \tIin-v I I., n rn niow hn ohttlnrnI ft thin Oitti from Inn.mn . in ; o'bn-""~a nmvn'ilo In 1rt'irin -San fnrld nilr. Iiit P.1n f,;-,- nrTA n.. ~ n 4 ,1 ott~r,?t (;.r-,f ttrltnt,, tutit hitliiiii.--.i.nn notnrlr., in: P.OI ati untoer. 7n "4i rnr fnil tintoh. 1n 'It t; ant .ootl nr.rr fix. "1'rlbnrr·mn~l~ tcrmmlv·. ranIn trs nanntiitrff thronltii thia nOt'"'. nn innvmint of Ilt ti" iril nnh titani. to Anow autitun witiin tim i'olnnoy. N'. R. Wlen, Spnith Aatini'lihn. onnt ? Qnrln nil ...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 28 January 1870

MARRIAGE.           SOLOMON—COHEN.—On the 19th January, at the residence of the bridegroom's mother, Melbourne, by the Rev. Moses Rintel, Mr Isaac Solomon, son of the late Aaron Solomon, to Frances, youngest   daughter of Mr Daniel Cohen, of Ballarat, and sister to Miss Bessie Cohen, Golden Age Hotel, Gobur. BIRTH. BAKER.—On Friday, the 21st inst., at Alexandra, Mrs. W. Baker, of a son. Both doing well.  

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 28 January 1870

. use'a Fluid riTaguesia. U.' 1eL FIirst-clrse Certlficate, Exhihtinn, 1862. Prize lMed,, Exhibtlon, 18,6-7, I I(r?M''S I .UTi) NlAVI?S?A ohtrined ith ` o'olr Prize. lf.if:l nwari,,d iti the Jurors o theI Exhibition of 186G nnad Iti7 Mlr l. ('nomn Newh'urvy'sn r'.lnin lshowed that Krtll..s Fluiil \N?IOairis wo. riPcer in anllne mat tertI. nod nearly double the strength of any other Plutola ifr.e..ia exhibited. Krne's Flunid Mairni.ia is parti'iularly recom mended in all cfses of derangement of the ldieestive orans?. It is a corrective of najetit? : canl rdurinp his heat of sumnmer its gentle lperient qualities* endtr it a Domestic "Medirier of trenr:t valne. In tb treaiotmtent of the dinnerlori of rchiltr, its ian will hle ound most a o:hing unIit hei'rl,'tiiil. It forms a moit dellcloul Siimer I)ran.ht ttlkeO with KiRLSE'S S'[TItFP (iF iA' Plity AND) J.EMON, first adiiling Iwo parts or water to one of Maune.sia. For i 'full partlctu'nra ir'n hlind hilloi neICmpanying each bottle. T...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY "Verita Vinvcit Omnia." FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1870. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 28 January 1870

WI.Tr.TLtSD I?TRY TUREDAT ANWD TRIDAY " V.erlt*a VIncit Omnula.' FRIDAY, JANI.UARY. 28, 1870. - - --- -- The waether during the past, week hns. been unbhearably hot-s-trong hot windy hlnwincr, accompanied with clouds of. dugt, which have made our township anything hrit, an angropable plnce of residence. That. venernhle and much esteemed gentlemnn, trthe oldest inhnhitant," wns heard to declare n day or two ago that. "it's been the hot test wele T ever hnowed on." -A vocal and dramatic entertninment will. shortly a given in Alexnndra by the nmn. telur who created so favorable on impression on their appenranre n few weeks sincs. Full particulars will appenr in the course of aýlew days. r " . The Rev. W. H. Cooper uave an enter (t+intmnt sit the teaorner Hotel on Friday evening ln.r, con'is'ing of " Popular l1e.d ings "rd Dranmaitic Itecitlltions.'' Tlher w~s a very fair a'lterdunce, and the rev. en tlle moan got thrrtig'il the plrogralmme in a man ner credit~b1,h to himself and to the...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 28 January 1870

(To tens Editor.) Sir,-e A most edifying-spectacle was that presented by the majority in our shire council last Tuesday evening I Tell. it not in ath I: for it wou'd surely not be believed that Ifour persons in the position of shire' councillors couldbe found to support a motion to adjourn the-meet:ng for two hours-till 1r, 'p m -to enable them to.attendl a circus performance i Such, sir, really was the. oase,'tho motion to, that effect being gravely. moved, seconded, andeipported by this sapient majority of four. Well might the President stare w;th. amaze mont and term, such conduct "childish" (I would have charaoterisod it in much stronger. lauguttge) and.the other two.membersrpresent remonstrate against such a disgraceful pro ceeding, but without avail; the motion. was. carried and the " four" rushed eagerly from. the chambers 'towards Burton's, reminding one of a lot of unruly schoolboys in their hot haste to got to the playground; These be our representatives Well, sir,, at the...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Correspondence. ON COLONIAL INSTITUTIONS. No II. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 28 January 1870

thnrrnýplnaPrce. ON COItO4NrAL INST[;rUTIONS. No II. -4---~-" (To the Editor.) Sir-..I apprehend it will be admitted by all who have-to use Mr Edward Wilson's' very apt expression--'4 thought out." the question referred to in my last, that there are few institutions in this and the neigh bouring colonies which are more perverted than that of "making J.P.'s"'; and certainly none which work morn harm to the community, and less real good to the recipients of the supposed honor. Indeed, the latter, if they wrong the community by forcing themselves into a position for which they are quite un fitted, for the gratification of their liftle vain-. glosiousness, are perhaps more. than sufli caently punjished, and becomeo their own OsM esis, bj t he consciousness, notwith-. standing; their normal obtuseness and thick skinedness,. of the. ridicule. with which they cover. the justice seat,, themselyes,, and: the whole. surroundings, of theist mimic court. 'Who cannot call to. minds the mumbled a...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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JOTTINGS ABOUT GOBUR BY "OUR NEPHEW." [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 28 January 1870

JO'ITTINGS ABOUT GOBUR BY" "OUR .. . EPI EW.". -4t-- "Sworn to no party, an I of no sect am I; I can't be silent, anl I will not lie." Dear Unclo--Yoll have repeatedly re quested me to keep 'up that correspondenceo which my late Lamented father enjoyel! for such a" number of years, ,but then, my "'didl' was a man of sound s'nseo and good ideas, which commodlity " infortunately" his son has not inherited. I promised on your last viit, to Gobur to commence to corres pond, hut as I am' not an "JEgles", or a " Peripatetic Philosopher," but ionly a poor letter writer, you must not expect anything scholarly or chlassio, for if yort'do, you will be sadly disappointed. I may mention that in r~aking roy debut in thd columins of your valuable journal, it is my intention to be "impartial, but not neutral' in my jortings ot every day life. I may often say things that are not always palatable to my friends, but should I do so, Smtust; ask " Have they'not !ove enough to bear with me *W·jerlthat r...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 28 January 1870

DINING ROOMS, Samnel J. Rossoau, This hictutarant is intended tlt supply A Quilt HWome. A Good Table. Civility sand A4ttontson. It will be found the best plaln for linsiness Men and others who wish to avoid the bustle and noise of a hotel. ELDON CIIAMIIh:iRS, A L E X A N I) It A. Wholesale & Itetail JOeB- A 'Ce `"N I T.. Mrs C. Smith's GE1-ERAN L STORE, Qobur., A TI, kinds of Men's and Women's CLOTHIES soldl at Great Bargainss., Grocerles of the Best Description. x " Smnall irofit and Qulck Returns" is the motto of Mrs Smith's Store TO James M''Leicb. TWO- : PUDDLING MACH[NES, rlunlsaPsa Gully. : T IIESE machines have heen anrefully constructed . so as to secure a plentiful supply of water, and with.due regard to the convenience. of; the miners on the creek. Expedition, and Low Charges are strletly adhered to. NEWMARK AND CI., STobaccouists. Pereumers, . &o.' Gobur. r ?FIH Estaltlishment has the Ltrgest anti ,Best, ".L. selected ~ tlck in the district of * TolasactoO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 28 January 1870

PUBLIC AUOTION. S A T U R D A Y, 20th January, 1870, at 2 o'clock .sharp, - Mr. M. Raphael J AS received instructions from Peter Erskineo 1 Esq, to sell by Public Auction on Satur day, the 29th day of January, at 2 o'olock, sharp, ''That Neat, Contfortabie. and Commodious Suburban Cottage. situated in Downey-street, adjoining the residence ot J. Whitelaw, Easl., and known as MR. PETER EItSKINE'S HOUSE, containing Four Large Itooms. This respectable looking building has been erected on the most modern principles of Architecture, in addition to being in what may be considered the most aristocratio part of our township, commands one of tho finest views in victoria--Mount Pros pect in the distance, with a foreground of undulating hills, and valleys of everlasting green, with the Valley of the Goulburn stretching far as the eye can reach. Also, a quantity of USEFUL FURNE?TER .. .onsisting/of -? Horse-.hahl Couch Round Cedar Table,, Table Cover, , Brussels Carpet, 11 x 12 " " Keroseno Lam...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1870. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 February 1870

PUBLIYIIED EVERY TUMlUSD AND 0RIDAT y"Verltas VIscit O)mla." "rrD&AY, FEBRUARY 11, 1870. ra.I :anr d 6 n? t ra g s. 'rtie cricket match bolwern the Yea and Alesandra elevens comesoff on 'I'uesdav next on the ground below the township, on the U. T. F?at. Thisrmatch will be an interesting one, and every person who can sparo timo will visit the ground on the occasion. The shaft of the Working Miners' ma chine has been nenin broken. The same day the nrecdent occurred they haid obtained 10. :: of pgo, firm one machine of dirt. A new winding-up plant is on thie way from Melhloure. and in "hourly expected on the grournd;.' This clairn is considered the best on doifrv's' Creek, end since 3Mr Gundry resumed the manngnment a new rich lode of wa?si Ien been'struck, which yields about an Ounce to the ton, A. washing up of about 200., tons from O'Donnell's claim, Robinson Crutsoo Gully, tonk place (on Wednesday Inst, which vielded WO oz rouglh gold. The gutter is .hout 60 feet wide, with...

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 February 1870

(2 o t'ih' A itor.) Sir-Considering the dull and retrograding state of the goldfields of Victoria and the vast extent of country still availab:e for. .pining enterprise, i thinki it is high t me that the miners and others resdintr and floingbusiness on these goldfieldsa Ihuld takp active trelas in endevonuring to encourago prospeorors in rhe d.evelopmen, of the mino ral wealth of thoe colny. W,I.. know that a very large revenue has b oen ot I etd from Sthis ditrict, and we know tl.nt rI o rewards to "goldfiold discov-rcra Ir hvn l. n v. rv tri fling, and not' n? all in keeping with rt.o great public g' od :Iat is dLffhctrd by the opening of a pew conr ry. What would this district be like unto haund o, Codfrey's Creek been discpveredd . I believe there would be bh!t r very? few miners and ptý,teiin'it, and chore valurlloe rlluvial depo si?s Would have reniaiu di a hulden ireasuro for years, perhaps for ever, in the dead-lock to some ppor settler. I would therefore suggest.to the peop...

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NOTES BY THE MAN WITH A NOSE [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 February 1870

NOTESB f D??Y TlRE M,?N W.ITIl A NOSE' -4-- . I have been. to Gobur. I. rode on the ontside of an animal of the horse kind that no pereoasion of.mine could induce to go faster than a slow walk. On nearing the town several pitying and I have no doabt benevolent, individuals advised. me to get insid',e, but like many another gratuitous and well meant advice, it was not forlowed. I was, however, at the end of my journey, so instead of getting inside I dismounted, very much to my own relief, and certainly to the satisfact.on of the liear. I believe a rela tionship exists, if it could be tracedi, bet a'eon the animal and the ch:lebrated horse which Doctor Syntax rode '*ben ho went in "search of the picturoesqe,'" hut leave that for others to ascertain. The principal object of my joura~.y was to see the ruins of rth Sons of Freedom plant of machinery-for rumour had been busy. I heard that the plant and all the ground had gone down bodily, and that about three feet of the top of the chimne...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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WOOD'S POINT POST OFFICE. TABLE OF DESPATCH AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS TO THE YARRA TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 February 1870

ivoOT)'S Pr)TY'I' P;)rsT OFFICE. fl'Atu.EOP sf PIAPTc1 AN n 1ALtIVAL .O HAILS RN Till'. YlllltX T11ACK. Post Town Ma~l- arriveyl. Halli Cloe. MFatlock.....I - tterygvf tip .ý.u. au av.. At'eAnm'e. N ino· yt Wed. M"rnmwmhmame. . . 'dn'.. & Vrtitnyi.I tmm'nyf. k Ht. Hnalmrvlilio .... a it Iip.m. turdaya.atbp.rm 'Olatl)ornr . inRtrvete st metter and nt vpn umer' moat ho pgafeii one hommtr Dmlor to the tlme aprw pmltedor clmlnt tihe rumile. Tle nom'e is ime a, tit six nma lnoek evlerday. Sunday Thrna; r dllnot hr nnmnr r n adlAI iot all letters fie.. Otp.a4A fnr trAnmmlaainn l.a mmllt diciti t n that dllnt tay att n,, aritne. I nntmtc n.. d tmrny -vatstnmped. iinne. ordmr. can her ,ltanln- -at thisnllce pavahle in 'ir'mort. ft.. a ittmmmt memlo'mtm. Lijiot tlrittlnt anl Trmnnd. "'het tloni Ordetr omgiee wiltl i.4 emamOn hmtwm m thIe himui. of laimi I. A t1 'eeemvto Rno '.o. t, en poitita ait Ztr 7nctmto'. onm the hrt4'a. 1i yAe...r ,t; time ltette. amid htOm'7 01"e twi hr rlenr·...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 February 1870

ULNON BANK 11F AUSTRALIA. A Entbibinhed l Wt 1. 3 I1) FP C*APIrAT, ... £1Aho,ooo IS'r.RVE FUIDS ... £400.000. i.ItI3[LTTY OP RH AR1;HOLDER UNLIMITED. mla) hnugh'iº. Cnrrent Rateu of Interest allowed on .Depusits.stnd Odloral Banking Business transacted qt f he ALEIXANDRA & GODFREY'S CREEK AGENCI PS.

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ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 February 1870

A1 lY 4 A)Vir j~`I) DPSP 4~rcF O nP,1E Iy,. 1 Tie~ ~~liev Tl~ior'diy irnlnad. We.4 ·· I'1'rnii1 ' a·nd 'i~atrrnil hl ilay. and Vrilday atntrel,.n I iamt 12.14) p.m. I itnniinv. 'Vefl ',n· d·rr~ nv..lnnr :'rI ~ny. o t nn. n j r A.~'i m. I ia.m. tnlnriei(nrd *. Ileetlly.14nen. I FtlindaV '1.m. "nieST r' rind rt'Ietrrdn lettnri ele rinutitred Ii i, pneted oner tciuietClnr In thre time apl~lantEii for eciiiluiC malll.. "nuni. (uenam i'n nitsw Ire ~ltaned~c nt iii. Oilier train I).rail t niii1e. n. t'nliltne.r.-Tdi and nale~r. ii.: 114) r·"d ulnder. In. f1,enl Ifr~tan Rnai Trc'.ind..-i.' netl iindei. It; 1,4 tind ,ueder.?n li t .7 endl u,nuler, in did: 71.11 and rnnd'r, en * TtIniP'rinpliln MtLRCInIin p.nahn trann'nitlcid tliroiJ1lt ,%ia fint..o n payrment of t1;n` Crei noil lion tnln.· to ws4nr titj'n wldtiuui ther eoli'viv, N. fl. Wa'ntiJ, Soot? Aaiitrnllia, Erim Qiee~nleitl. SMaf'n Vrft Mer'no rin~o at thin. ornt' run nal rnter t'iv l~lti /Ijit., at Ci o'olc~lt a~m. 'I1lnfl fir *olenr...

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ALEXANDRA SHIRE COUNCIL. Tuesday, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 February 1870

ALEXANhDRUA SIIItrE COU-NCIJ. 17'oneny, 1Vehrnoerv S. t Prpaernt: J. Peterkite. Eq., (President), CIR T1Zll, Cronin, Coyne, O'Callaghnn. U' Ftriurle, nnrl W\ititir. I'119 inintrits of the previou99 meeting were 3 rend nod confirmerl. Collm!:j10N0' ENCE. From A. Mother wI'll, niskieez for pnvment of'hi4 uk uncoint for *Xtrlg 0o9 Josspldina diJll. W. F. Nolain. askinrf prraitisinih tee ,eddreies the Council. on thme d'viiltiof of the rani1d at 3briKeTiio'. 11Bill. II.Perkin9. rerpweltintr thee COlnel.to' tiics t he nr'3'nrv 4t9tts to IhIave tire Common ,oScool ait Tvewir 'lhorn. ton t f1lIztte'd a pillijog fdl: . WV. Al or., oufferigr to eul'ect. the agricoitezrnl rt,9titcca bar tlhe di:rt;ct for LO2. From 1. W. S. G a~it? a9 9irs r-ql197$tiflg consirII:91100n of h1is ci inr fur tlo Ilowqulel bridge su!Itey. F'romo W. II'nrnter,' iniforinint thou oilnci tha~t sir r 90X9'tnfl9it I hove h)"('0n 9019(11 for n dtlilyv mail Le: ftwe 0 Gohur itted A Iexa:ndrae, to celnmflfca wheein th9e 9ou...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 February 1870

SrnerahInture. ( To the 'litor.) Sir-We, the people of Alexandra, hae long felt the want of dai y mawil cornmuni ,catign between this town and Melbourne, 'and notwithsrtnding our repeated represen ta-ins, our application'i hlave been systenma ,tic?lly'shelved from tihoe to cime, and wie are very little further forward :t9.day than we were two t olrs ago. \Ve don't wish, like the frog in rhe falde, to innate rours. lves ,unduly. and insist thrat we yre ail ox ; but we do wish to make the department under s'and that we have a right tq he considered in this matt-r, it -corns that the Postal depar ment has at lns', withlevident anti nnarcountablo re'ue ance, promised a daily mail 'wh,,n the road between Longwood and Alexandra he mdle pasable," "' he depart mrnnt, doesn't nsem to bo verv well up in ;oe lteo.r.phy of the country, and their ignor ance could provoke an snile wlhre it not that such delay is a ct inta gryivance toune. The fact is the daily munil is ntam delivered at Oobur fro...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. Wednesday, February 9. (Before Messrs [?] bridge and Peterki[?]). [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 February 1870

ALEXANDRIA POLICE COURT. -4--- WTt.dn,.sday, F.ebruary 9. (lhlrde ?!,vrs Jh i, enrlr?.,d Pertrkir). P'u,li..r v Clo?se and SpeeC,..--Charge' of stealing fowla.? Case diiristuIed. T']'hursdtLay, Fhrlrmai:y. 10 (Before .lrtssR Bainbridg rind Hall,J.P.'s) I'ri're v. Srlirur .S,,nJnes -Charge of sterling a Ihorreo. Sereannt Dnrklrry applied to have tie case remiovre to Jamlliesorn. Mr V, Smith, (irntrucled by- Mr Emerson) opposed thie rpplicarlori. ifi client ahontld never have been taken into custod. The warrant should onver Ilave been .ssued. Tile rilaled sttaling hadn taken pla?t two years ago.. A-r Jonr"eu Was a well I known reisident in tIe',dfstrl,.t, rand tIhe, prper course wus to have hlim nbruglhtp tilt lrfdrmaton by a rsummons, . tie did riot know what was tihe practise in Poland I no donht they suffered there from tire *tyranny of lOulsla. 'but that waes nio enason why li H.:Rpiprirt "ihoald trirdt otherrsas 1ih preiblyliad been treated hirti;re hi canluue to this coluny', or...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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