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A BACHELOR'S GRUMBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 February 1870

A BACHELOIt'S GRUMBLE. They're stepping off, the friends I knew ;. They're going one by one : They're tbking wives to tame their lives- Thelrjovlal days are done. I'can't get uneold crony now, To join me in a spree ; They've all grown grave domestic men,. They look askance on me. I hate to see themn sobered down, The merry boys and true; I hate to hear them sneering now,. At pictures fancy drew ; I'care not for their married cheer, Their puddings and their soups, And middle aged relations round In formidable groups. And though their wife perchance may have A comely sort of face, And at the tables upper end Conduct herself with grace I hate the firm reserve that, reigns, The caution and the state : I hate to see my friend grown vain Of furniture and plate. How strange I they'go to bed at ten,. And rise at half-past nine; And seldom do they now exceed A pint or so of wine.. They play at whist for sixpences,. And very rarely dance, And never read a word of rhyme,. Nor open a romance. T...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Original and Selected Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 February 1870

-----+-- - All men who wish to have their name Emnblazoned on theseroll of fame, To Alexandra'haste,'I pray, ý.Ere time has sped another day. For hero amid our motely crw,' . We have a few, a select few, Who arrogate some highflown station, Assume to lead our population. With some of them the publio:weal Ii safe, without a doubt. I feel, And others-pardon my gradation Their, only theme is self-laudatfoi. With pompous-strut, and princely air; With head erect, and stupid stare, They seem, to, think their fellow men n Meet worma for them to tread upon. . If one his living gala by trade' S And nobly earn his daily-bread-? These sycophants, with brainsa ~nzer;, Do shun him as they would a Nero. I hope to live until the time When honesty and truth will shine .ike some bright star in God's creation Upraise the glory of our nation ; When money, birth, and education. Wilt find their level plece and station ; When pride shall bow Its head with shame, And peace throughout the world shall reign...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 February 1870

YI A. (From a Correspondent.) The sale of Mr Zuchio's property, which occupied two days, created quite a stir in this usually quiet. township. I regret to say that AIr Zoohio's really valuable stock of furniture and other useful articles did not bring anything like reasonable .prices, not. through any want of zeal on the part of the auctioneer, who worked with the greatest energy to obtain good prices, but principally on-account of insufficient funds on the part of those who came, to purchase. However, I think it is high time, for his own sake, that Mr Zechio has decided upon leaving Ghin Ghin. As a proof of the grant want of con fidence in mining affairs at that place, Mr. Zochio's shares in the Palestine 0G.M. Co.'s claim, amounting to 875 scrip, wore actually knocked Idown for Id per scrip, or about L3 134 for the whole of his interest. Twvelve months ago he could easily have obtainad L800 for the same interest. M r Zochio's departure from this district will be very much regrette...

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GROWLER'S GULLY. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 February 1870

GROWLER'S GULL.Y. Prospecting is being carriedon about here most vigorously. A. meeting to organiso n party for this purpose was held at Mr F J i'Mahon's hotel,,on Monday evening last, to consider the best stops to take towards. forminga party to prospect the flats belo'i Growlel's Ofllfyd-iggings,. about 200: miners attended,; hd the meeting passed- off very batisfaotorily. Another meeting will take place on Thurs'day evening, to appoint a committeeo to arrange matters for commenc ing operations at once. The miners are so sanguine of the' prospect,. thab over forty names .were given to secure shares. The. hundred loads put through IMr Taylor's machine mentioned in my last, were from Growler's Gully, and not the Durham, as stated.. About the same number wns put through lestweek: 17 loads from Donaldson's 0,from Palmatier's, 25. from. Oliver's, and about 30 fromothers. The average yield was from three to fifteen dwts; to the load.

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ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. Wednesday, February 23. (Before Messrs Peterkin and Hall, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 February 1870

ALEXANDRA POLICE,. COURT.r Wcednesday, February 23," (Before Messrs Peterkin and Hall, J.P.'s) Police v Patrick Coghllan-The defend ant. was charged with stealing and taking away half a ,ton of. hay, the property of the Supreme Court. On the applicationof Air Coster, "the pro party of John Robinson, acting as. bailiff," was inserted in the warrant. John Robinson stated on oath, that by virtue of a warrant from the Supreme Court On the 23rd July last lie seized certain pro party on Charles Jones's farm. That he found defendant on Sunday last taking away a portion of the.said property, and gave him in. charge. For.the defence it was shown that defend ant had grown ,the hay in'question on an ad. joining farm, and had had it placed on Jonea's farm for safety orom fire, as the ground bad boeen plogbhed up. Pischarged.

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Thursday, February 24. (Before Messrs Peterkia, Hall, and Wilson, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 February 1870

Thursdany, Iebruary 24. (Before Meserr3 Peterkin, Hall, and W.ilson, J. P's.) Helms v. Lundie-Verdict for amount claimod, 14 days imprisonmont in default. Rapiport v Thomson and Close : L2 ls Od. Verdict for amount, l5s costs.. W?hilelhw. ard Sons v Edgar and Co. L2 17s. &d. Verdict for amount and 7s od cots. Same v Clarke and Clo. Summons not served. Same v Nash--Summons not served. liapipoit v George HIdls: L8. Order for 5s per week. Same v Richard Batton-Verdict for amount claimed. John Fisk v Aull Rleekio G.M. Co. Summons not served. The Bench remarked that there was great carelessness on the part of the IMelbourne constables in not serring summonses, and the Clerk of the Court was instructed to report tho matter to thl Superintendent of Police. Patton v Pisk: L9 Ga. Verdict for amount; 7s Od costs.

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ALEXANDRA SHIRE COUNCIL. Tuesday, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 February 1870

ALEXANDRA SHIRE COUNCIL. 'Tuesday, February 22. Present: J. Peterkin, Esq., (President), s Crs Hall, Cronin, Kelly, O'Callaghan, O'Rourke, and Whiting. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COnEsPOtODnENORE. From W- Alston, applying to have the rate on Coghill and 'l'avlor's puddling ma f chine amerded. J. Patton, applying for. a punt site on the Goulburn, on the contipua tion of Downey.stre".t. IL; Perkins, asking the Council to rehind rates charged on the Goldfields Common. From the same, ap plying to have rates on Warden's Of1Ce re funded. T. A. Bourko, stating that it was itrrpossible to procure stringy-bark stringers, and asking that blug. gum he substituted. fT. Tucker, in reference to his tender sent.in at a. previous meeting, and, pointing out that it would be an not of injustice, to accept any. other tender. after exposing his. General Post-Office, Melbourne, pointinng out tha. a good track might ha made between.. Long wood and Gobtr, when daily, mail...

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ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 February 1870

AT.rXANDTA pOsT & FPICPe. A 4PP"'.L .t `l) nfl7..r .-TCI OFMAIL.S Tow,,, No 11"A rrlrn. Stalls('nslo. A o1~ f-rfaV at WI .t., n'nt n,) 'ot Irl ,at .,lpt adurlday. a -'1rd e~",r. / 1aet,)ia a t 12.:V)i. a Qoooi. "mon.i I rooo "-a P6',,cl*co nod ~ilsrto.-c It.'t 7 Irc''fe to~ tC'ly 'or iInrt.. Iwmlwn ((finsse, ý.'rrlra. Tnrsvlll. ThnrsSar irnn-s' a t'ntn \. n nl rtatp. ad 'aur~ty, a (t' q coo at tA c a~ltO t ft tm. I" ' M ...0-,n o' ".ntl'of..'- aounrO, 10', Tl t Anndetr p.m 1 mupu ro anal r, _.i.MrrA IrttýZ4 are rno~nrerl to hee Tt(bt* OviAn 'r prn t ttrhe ot/m appnln)'rt.,.or ' wlnstr tar I$,. "'n...notptm ran new ' cobnlnr b0 atthus Om-t #ntfrom t ntr. o .t· no rlo In Zmnt -lah -"r. onant on tt, Adto mov tonlt"nn with,, t nncoor ny: ?3.n .9. Wiler, oth -rrnt nrItai n tant Itc'lclAI-t. m. nt vIto,. (ort. T and (trmer ,ie. ar t t TA oot nlrrt,'.a tti ; t7r fn atol diir. as, Tntonmpf"1n AIrasnrara ens be tranammtttcrf throlla l thl. amino, nn ýrtemet of the frr4 nn-1 rna 1nnn,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 February 1870

U JTON BlANK OF AU9TRALIA? Eatahlahodl 18388 PAID UP CAP'ITAY, £1;260,OO 11ESPRVE FUNDS. £400.000,. L.AXA1TLTTY flW 9 T AUET.OLDTI. UNLIMIT.ED. GoMl bought. Current Ratoaro interest allowed on DeposIt, and General tanking Busisneastransacted atthA, ALEXANDRA h GODFREY'S CREEK., AGENCIJ:S.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 February 1870

MARRIAGE.               PARKER,—-LE CLERCQ—On the 15th January 1870, at   Dresden, F. W. Parker, eldest son of J. B. Parker Esq., sur geon, Exeter, England, to Marie, daughter of Professor   Le Clercq, University, Dresden.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 February 1870

X. u?,s Fluid lgnuFesia. I_ f Frsl-eclahs Certifllcte, Filbttion, 1862, Prize, Medrul,. 'xhilllion, 166E-7, -mr I llTiE'1S FLUITD rMAGINMESIA nltried t oBil; Pril.n Meni'al nverr,'ed by the .Jurors l1e "exil Ition of 186, andtl 18G7. MAr G. (n-mano itry-v's n.alvlis siiowed the Krt?se's Fluid .Mclnes.wirts tes rr i nasrilre mnt tital, nrol nearly lb:otle Ithe alrcerlgth of any other Mainl sfnr?e.ia ethilbl it. Krus ,'s Fluid Mluiii,'ia in panrtiilnrlr recom malendmre In All rnsr of dIra n"mn,..t. of ti cl'dgestivc r , orparn It is i ere nr eive otf n -ceiityo i nil during ha'h st of sumrnlr its wantle nprient quanlitlle tnder it n I)nmiestie fedicine of rmit value. In eli treatmennt of the di?i.ordrs r f chilniror ies lise will be fround sn-it o'n'hlng iand hinrficial. It formsn a nmost Ichllrinloun -trnier I)ravilt tnken withl RTIT'SF'4 STIIUP' OF IASIIIT'IIIIY AND LEltI.TN, lrsi, adding two pats of water to one of Manersncia. V'o fulln pnrtlrlntirn t.m ':, rI hills ?enompanying en...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1870. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 February 1870

Pllilsan S)R1 TUIrnsDAYT AroND 1p1DA "Varlser Vicli* Oanla," FRIDAY, FEB3IUA.RY 25, 1870. Socat l i[ 6teral Jtus. -4-e- The grass on the common was set on firs last Monday near the ferry on the Goul bhirn. (About 100-of out townsmen went out, nnd by exerting. themselves under a scorching. run succeeded in extinguishing the flmes. Must- of the parties engaged in the matter were-.literally saturated with perspi-? ration. They could not have succeeded in putting out the fire if they had not set fire to the grass:ahend, and then put it out ngain. The case of Furnell v Smith, alluded to in our least issue, has.been, on the application of the defendant, postponed for 14 days, in order to get witnesses,.and to give time to. ,have the evidence, fully brought before the Court. The crops at Thornton look well. We lately saw several fields of. maize .standing B5.feet high. The.oats and bay, have turned onut splendid crops, and the potatoes. are all that could he desired. A large extent of grou...

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NOTES BY THE MAN WITH A NOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 February 1870

NOTES BY THE MAN WITH A NOSE. I wish I had L1000 a year,- Let me see, bow much is that It is L83 Gs 8d a month, or L20 10s 8d a week. Well, it's a kind of gratification to count it, and put it down on paper. It has boon said, by some very wise person of course, " If wishes were horses beggars would rids." I dare say it, is true enough.. I've been thinking how comfortable. I could be with the aforesaid sum per annum, but hcighho ! I cannotride. There are some, however, who havo that sunr yearly .and more, who have not some things that I possess, so after all, I believe there is a ,law of, complensation, and matters .are more evenly balaiiced t£hln we are inclihned to thiik. I think I must subscribe for the Mans 11 field paI , so as to secure the earliest in. t form:tin alout wh:at is going on in the grat ni;l world and other worlds, and more especially, tee at the earliest moment. the pithy ,rticle.s which alppear in the afore said paper p-'riOdically, written by the won derful lrazi...

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A VISIT TO THE "PERIPATETIC PHILOSOPHER." [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 February 1870

r A VISEC TO T[IOT '1PERIPVL'l IC I PIIILOSOPIHE,." 1 Another glass of wine and then we shall s'tart for the plntornime ; this is about its last a:ppeara~nce this ?.cason. I have been there twice bolore, continued the Peripatetic. The' scenery i3 certainly worth seeing ; ' the House that Jack Built' comes u') to the poetic fancy of our youth, as the various representations come on the stage of "-Theo maiden all forlorn That milked the cow witl.tho crumpled horn,, That tossed the dog, That worried the cut, That killed the rat, Thatate the malt, Thut lay in the house that.J~ck built,." There are two dancing girls (sisters); who throw their legs' about in a most extra. ordinary manner; but I cannot see the grace, beauty or utility of girls standing -on two toea.of one foot, and raising the other, foot over their heads. Such sights may. delight the vulger and vicious, but as" an entertain ment. intended, for. children,. a: little more regard: should. be had- for, decency.. We laugh at t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 February 1870

SD N'I N 'Gt X it 0. S s8, Samuel 3. Roseau, This lhstuarant is intended. to supply .a Quiet lonsome. A Goodl Tatslel Civility ianl .lttestio s. It will be found the lAst. ptlire for ruu.iess Men and others who wish to avoid the bustle lnd noise eoa hotel. ELDON CtIAlMBElIIS, Wholceale & Retail' TO B A C C O N IST Mrs 0 Sinith's G E; ? N E'R' A? L' SBT'OR E,;. ' Golbu. : i TT la nf Men's an Womein'si CLOTrrss : :sold int Greantartrnins. Arocertertof tlie Rt·e¢ lexeription.• .. a 5mll Proflfs and Quick Returns'! Is the motto of Mrs Sinth's Store a: m es 1YL'Leiei. TWO' PODrrLTNG' MACHINES;. y 5ur)llm Gally S 7I?.ESR machins h have n enrefully construoted I s nas to secre a plent:fl sunpply of water, avd'with rIna." rronrd' to the convenience of' the miners on the creek. E~pcdition, and Low Charges are st ridtly, adhered tor. 9 ToPb'aceoouistsg; P" rf'imaers; &B. Gelur. T iTTS '.Et.hlahsinnt blins tfhi Trrbsest' nfnd .Bst e irnleto,1?n!tc.ri thi ,ldhqri't of "rT'bae'nu...

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WOOD'S POINT POST OFFICE. TABLE OF DESPATCH AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS BY THE YARRA TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 February 1870

" Woor'S POINT POST OIFPICE. TAniL OR D1SPATOF AND A IRRIVAL OF MATLI. ItY Til YAIVIIA TIUAC'?. Poet Tqwn fall arrive. 3a0ll. Close. Wlffneir ...... Misry"rlle ......... r ,nty,. W.Ie.s- CTynnnivy. Wl. sir'?erh .,*e .. <a; d & F'rldays. s.ollnys. k Ni. Ietl s:leirle. . . . p. tit O. lidy..t,.,,, Ret?'ftred, letters and tn s *paioers mnlht he pnof,,r mw1. tfnrprlnr to tle llmcappnlutedl for eloluihi lv' malus. Thre o?ie Is ip'n ultlll l*xo'lock evry (t.y, ytuldrly esrepted, " Th niieomfl*wll not h nplindnon nemlaii. Iit ull letter 'Lcr. endedl for trnn*mslriin hv' millsf d. lnntrllhrl on Ithat 11-y will lm forwirmlel, Irepo.tted nwid roprrlv oI*MsIIoI. fnTorny orPrs ern In obtthnlne at Illoffille pavarle Iit -Vfi.m. h Ade cIol. (Ireat lIrlialn 1nl Irleloind. T00 3rey Order ofleo will lie oer I,<tween thie hour (of A Itee'rlnay lnT i)rs heen eita)hllihei1 ft MfI nthlWM', on (Ils lirlhrl, lIrllI'-ir-ft .i the Irfttprn .1I FpHrot will lp rlcriidl frnrn It l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 February 1870

FAREWELL - BALL"& SUPPER Eldorado. Hotel. J* D.- IRVINE, IN returnindgthanks for the Liberal Stipport he has receiled during his stay in Alexandrar, begs respectfully to announce that as his lease of the ELDO ADO HOTEL expires on the 27th instatn,. he intends giving a fardwell Ball and Supper! THIS EVENING, FRIDAY 25th instantt. Double Tickets,10s 6d. Private Entrance to the Ballroom between, Messrs Cronin & O'Callaghan's Store and the Ballroom. GRAND VOCAL'- AND DRAMATIC` In aid of the Funds of the ALEXANDRA . CRICKET' CLUB, m Will take place at tlhien Eldorado HotelV On MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 7, The performance will commence with the admired drama, entitled. A CURIOUS CASE. Mr Aubrey ... ...... Mr T. Monahan Charles Stanton ... ... Mr M, Hunt Twiggleton ... ... .... Mr E. Whitelaw Edward .... ... Mr C. James: Mrs Aubrey... ... ... Mrs Irvine. Intermission' of Ten Minutes.. INTERLUDE. Song' ... ..:.MIss BrlRis Recitation;; . ... . Miss O'Dell Ballad .... .... .... .....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 March 1870

lluseOs Fluid Mguesia. Iirst-cladsn Certificate, E blthition, lt2?. Prize" Medal, E Fxhilttion, IF6?-7, K IIUIE'S FLlID MAfAGNFSA nhtnined t only Prize Medal awnrdd by the Jurors the Exhibitin of 18, r and lt l,7. DMr G. C(Onmnn Newlury's n.nolysls showed Ith Krune's Fluid Magne.in was richer in oaline mnt teri,. nod nearly dooubhe the strength of any other Flart Mlnnpora exhlhited. SKruse's Fluid MaQrne.n is partlrelarly reeom mended In all cases of dr?,tnsement of the deigestive brgans. It in a enrreetive. of arridity ; and during ho hbent of almmer its etirnt nperient qualities ncoder it a Domestie M.di.jine of Crest value. In he trentmtent of the dierdersa f ehlldrien its use will he fundel most snothlnu and bhrncfleial. It forms a mont iialieclotu Snurner i)iturthrl; taken with R'EIFSE'S STYRUP IFV I;ASI'I?.lltRY AND T.EMON, first adding two parts of water to one of Maenena.1 For full particulars s5o hand hills maccoimpanying each bottlo. TESTIMONI Aq.I. Dear Slr.--lrlvins mtae...

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Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 March 1870

.Ive been the sport of Fortune,. iHer laughing stock and scorn. .Alas I she ne'er took kindly Tome since I was born.. .Good health I have from Nature, Abd Heaven has given me sense But Fortune is implacable, • Ahd won't bestow the pence. It's little use complaining About the cruel jdeo. My: life this thirty years and more,,. She's miserable made. Her favors I have courted. And tried on all I knew. She gave me sundry'sickly smiles,'. What could a fellow do ? The smiles all turn'd to frowning ; Alas I too well I trace The aspect so relentless - Imprinted on her face. My mind at last is settled,' I will not be her slave. - To dungle at a woman's skirts, Is neither good nor bravo. Begone I .then, fickle Fortune I Ill wait no more on thee. My.heart will now-be lightsome'. From care for Fortune free. The gifts of-Heaven and Nature I'll use, and I'll enjoy. I1h fain to be content with them; : "'I believe you there, my. boy." A Z.'

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TURSDAY AND FRIDAY "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 March 1870

PWrLItUED P. vRT TUriDAY nD itln&T '" Vcrtas BIncl$ Omrnls." FRIDAY,; MARCHI 4, 1870. THEi question of payment of mlembers. of the Legisiltivo Colncil and Logislative Assembly is about to bie brought under the notice of our houses of legislature, as may be aeon from the following resolution : Mir LONGMORE moved ** That the House would,i on Tueisday next, re anlvo ttself into a committee of the whole, to contl. der the following resohltions, viz.-That it is right and rxpellent. tiht members of the Leeislative Council and Legilantivn Aarembly ahould be com pensnted for the expenses inellrred nni: the time de vtoed to the perfornmnee of their legislative' dltles anl that an adtdrer be presented to llrs Excellency tih Governor requratlng him to recommend t'mt anr apl,roprintion of a um nnot exceeding £.L0.000 ho made from the consolidated reventle. payabloe every year. for the pnronses of n till to effect this object.''" Mr FELILOWM. wan not roting to offer any op position, but ...

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