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ROYAL STANDARD LEAD. ROBINSON CRUSOE GULLY, JOHNSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 March 1870

ROYAL STANDARD. LEAD;,. RIOBINSON clr soE ULb?, JDHNSON'8.OaEEK (From our own Reporter.); Crusoe Gaily, in which this lead: is site ated; is a tributary oft Johnson's Creek, andi takes its rise from the main range between U: 'T. and-Spring Creeks.. It-joins Johnson's Creek. about a.mile north east. of the. Alex andra township, where it widens out into a large flat. It is bounded on the north, east, end west by hills whose sides are studded with quartz, sandstone, and granite bearing more or less gold. At its head the Robin son Crusoe reef-from which the gully derives its name-and, other quartz veins have been working with fluctuating results for a period extending over two years. - Three of the shallo R gullys rising from the range to the east of the main one have been worl;ed very remuneratively by a number of miners for about 18 months. From one of these gullys gold to the amounut of 1500 ounces has been obtained. The average depth ot sinking in each of these gullys is from 5 ,o 1...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 March 1870

From a. report of the proceedings in the Court of Mines lately held at. Mansfield, we find that all the cases disposed of were from the Alexandra district. We do not object to Manasfield having a Court of Mines, but in the name of the people of this district, we protest agninst being put to the expense of going to Mansfield, and,taking all our lawyers, clients, and witnesses to sttle what could he much more conveniently d(one at home. We trust steps will he taken immediately to prevent another journey to Mansfield. A stack of oats which was lately sold- by virtue of a fi. fa., at Knowles's punt, was on Sunday night or early on Monday morn ing lost set, on fire by a riscally incendiary. There was no bush fire in the neighhnur_ hood,.a.ld no one living near the stack. A man was employed' threshing out the oats, but there is proof that he was with his limily in Alexandra fiom Saturday night till. Monday morning. Suspicion points to one man,.who, if innocent, is an injured'in dividual. ...

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NOTES BY THE MAN WITH A NOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 March 1870

NOTES BY THE MAN WITH A NOSE.. We brenthe again The bush file raging'. on the Alexandra side of the river, and! about a mile distant, and we aresaved.. The . reiterated cry of "Fire !" which issued:'fomr the stentorian lungs of Lawrence, .the bell- man, sent a thrill of horrori and.' alirmI through the nelves of every. irihb'abtnt. I thought of the prophet of old; biutLawrence should. have, had on 'sackcloth, and ashes on his head, and hies cry should 'have, been " Woe " ' As it was, if the fire had reached t the- town wooe would have- folldwed,'safe enough.. The( calamity was,.happily, aver- - ted, and. the, cry' is changed.: Itis-now, . "Insure I' Insure I'." Conviction' seems to , have. seized' upon the' owners- of' house property, end they', are opening their eyes.e quite suddenly- to the fact, thit by payment t of.'a small 'prcentage they will hbi enabled l to sleep-, tranquilly. at 'night under the bliss ful"l feeling, that, should their " humble . and obedient servant"'and "y...

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ALEXANDRA WARDEN'S COURT. Wednesday, 2nd March, 1870. (Before Mr Warden Akehurst.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 March 1870

ALEXANDtRA WARDEN'S COURT' =Wednesday, 2nd March, 1870. (Ilefore Mr Warden AoUahurst.). Healy v Coster nod others. Adjourned by *consent. Defendants to pay costs LS. 65 8d. Mr Smith,.instructed.by. Mr Coster for plain tiff. Carson, v Roberts :Application to, be put in possession of eleven claims on the Work ing Miners' Lead.. Mr Smith applied, on behalf of defendant, for an adjournment for three weeks. Granted. Costs Ll 5., Same v J. D. Webster. Not served. Welsh v Malone. No appearance. Welsh v Baron. Mr Smith for plaintiff. Application to be put inbpossession of. claim, 108 south Working Miners' Lead. D. Welsh, sworn: Am registered, holder of No 108 south Working miners'. Some months ago I gave Mr Coyne my miner's right to take cure ot'. Have not seen. it since. Have. asked Coyne for it; . said: he couldn't find it, or lhad lost it. lie "offered me woney. to buy another, which I'refused. Never gave anyone permission to transfer claim. Coyne subsequently told me that he had given m...

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WOOD'S POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 March 1870

WOOD:S POINT.-. -4-- (From our own Correspondent.). For some time.there has been anything but cool weather. In the day time the at mosphere has been completely stifled with smoke from .the burning debris on the ranges, and during the night the Inhabitants have had to look out for. the impending danger of being burned .out.. In the vicinity of the Franklin Company, some of the huts of the men working in the ctaim have been burned to the ground.t The raging ilement con tinued from . the head of thie rigit-hand branch of the ' Goulburn to ,the Aberfeldy Creek, devouring everything in its way. 'Tihere are now some signs of a change tak ing place in the weather, and the sooner the better, as nearly all the inhabitants are suffer ing from the unusual heat experienced this season. A meeting of the directors of the Jdhn stone G.M. Company was held on Saturday last. By "the courtesy of the Chairman (Mr G. Bowen) Mr P. Perkins was allowed to watch the procee.iings of the meeting. The Chairman...

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ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. Thursday, March 3. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P,M.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 March 1870

ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. Thursday, March 3: (Before A. P. Akehurat, Esq,, P,M.) Peterkin v Keightly-Exteosion of summons granted for three weeks. Alston v. Lamblo-Withdrawn on payment of costs. Same v Lineren-Selling spirits without a license. Fined LS, LI 18s Gd costs. Bunney v Ilobby-Ordor for - amount claimed, L2 Is costs. Petorkin v. Smith-Order for amount, L ils costs. Brooks :v Berlowitz--Fraud summons. Order for amount to be paid.within 14 days, or commit ment. Police v" Dalton and' Wife.-Discharged. Mr Coeter for defendants. Same v Hobby-This was a charge of. larceny. Mr Coster for plaintiff.: Edward Bowman, .sworn---Lent. prisoner horse. and Icart for two days and a half et 10s a. day to go to Yea, In consequence of his taking them in an opposite direction, gave information to the police. Prisoner.did not bring horse oack at time specifled. Senior Constable Dockerry, sworn-Arrested the prisoner on the Gobur road., Said he was taking, the horse back, and had been, at Donovan'...

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ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 March 1870

A 1A'X A ND POST OPDICE. AUIJIPYIL r I !ESP -I TCI OF.IIAIL! Town. )?att.A rntn. If fai. Close. Yea '· Tnt.'anday* 1hnr..d... innday. iV'ed'ir TiImnr" . and? tatiirday at inY. and Fridatoy nihh-tee. 1j f alm. at 12.:1 p.m. *VsaNi.rtnj In fatnfttnn Mnnhv W.4nm.;nr- 'Tn.'a, Thirnolay Wnouie Pmlot i. div. and 1'rfdav. I nnm' taturdny. It Tin, 1at SL f!a.fn. a A.M0. 7Tnn.ý'wrnnMt Prnthnnrnp Dnrl'nenrd ... 'mnAi n.m , I fhmndln n pFin 'edflllnpe.. nn'n r.-t.totnr fti-ttrnr ar rena'itrri' to he Dn~tn~one hnnr prtior n the ttn.e apponnteu for nlosing rn nfi.. i"nr,". A",.rn. ran nmni he ohtuaned at thin /ti*t,* from irn n*. to 1It . t'fln"-ý. ninva',? in 'f'tnrl, -T, i anti ender. Ad i LI', !"t~nl'"nd..,-T S pn tnnrr 1.: T in ear~l ttnrlrr. ?.. O' . tri'n'n n-"A lre)l nd.-l." nnf nen.'s. tI: 1.9 And unifr. ^..nle T ts nil nntfe,. 'n a1: Trf' Annn ol.9 r.. Tn'..ne'.pf.1. " VenINfae i' hp fr(namittol thlrongh thifa nfien, nn nni'mrr t ni the tiee nnti rmna t)Uf'. to any atn..iban wfttfik thn...

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

UNION fANK OF AUTS'RA&LTA. IEstlabiieltrIIc I$38 PAID TIP' CAPTrAL .., R1,950,0OO Ri8rRVE FUNDS ... £400.000. LIABILITrY O.? R! A EIIOLD $R 11 NLJ-M ITE 1). Gold bought. Current Raton of Intrrest allowe'i on Deposits, Rnd OnIural tIankciug D;,ainess transacted at the ALEXANDRA & C(TDFREY'S CREEK A0ENC II S.

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WOOD'S POINT POST OFFICE. TABLE OF DESPATCH AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS BY THE YARRA TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 March 1870

WvOoD'S POT NT P05o'!' OFPFICE. 'IAI1L~OY I'~raT~~cr Ast) A itrtvnl. ok' Ma1Lr~ fiX T~1i5 TotIltA TIIAI'K(. Semit Town - J~telnarirt. Ilalla Clone. Miirv..lltc .. .). mdci.r . Wcttrnt'ml~loctytdcyn. W~.' 1I.'lahirt'yllr e. ii II.y* p. '2f~ny. 1tIlrttymat~p.m hcone Odor io tt) p altlttlitlr d T~r. 'ltn~lm ther milla. 'I'h.' ct'lle Ic opton acltl alir cl~tik e~very day. iducdiy will h*' Prtwnrili'l. i Iatil:111 aid propl"cl Otlamtiii. MIii't'c\ cede~r'. itoll ohltolvid it tllilco "ic'avaIi'nll In Vil'eierl. tlle iiiln'tt'et I eioI~ca. I retl t lrlta u elnt The 'torI.1, Ori~t'r onel~~le er:n ou o Iealitwi'Ct 11w liiir TI l II sa~l l. A~ leI'IyIcvn. lloa lint' 1.i'n ea.itllcliilrj alt `lr PPIsar wrll ii rI(,'FnredleaImn it h'tII''n-lioor trior to tllt time! fDl~otlnlc'1tot etnerlltr.' iln llt' ect'hd'tu',~. (In intl ether 11w IttI A tl l tlr a1I Indrmt'nlnrnlonet nil'g Ic *ett nif(lue I'arke·l llo'c. In a'ltilluic~r to thle artlelut tOel' tioneul in lrea'Ituaa. et'.'illoeln.: 1wrip, Wer...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 March 1870

DEATH. FRAZER.—At Mansfield, on the 27th ult., Mrs   Frazer, late of Invernessshire, Scotland, aged 78,   mother-in-law of Mr John Watt contractor, Alexandra.

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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 March 1870

dýrrrsunnilrril t I-4-- .~ ( To the Editor.) SSir-I' perceive in your issue of- the 25th February you report, in reference to the case in the Jamieson Police Coiurt of Furnell v. Smith., that; "'on the application -of the de. fendant'the case was postponed for 14. days." I' beg you will correct,'be sttement in.your next issue,,it being, untrue in every partiou Slar; The' facts are, that, after a- hard' day's work in the Civil and Oriminal Courts at Jhmieson, on the case being oalled, I: told the Bench that I' refused to appear. at,' o'clock in the afternoon,.after being engaged in my professional duties the entire day,. to answer a summons which had; in my opi nion, been designedly made returnable at 11 o'clock a.m. on'aday during which the com plainant must have known I'shounld be-en gaged in the above' Courts, and I told the Bench to proceed' or not as it'thought pro per ;and in express terms refused to apply for a postponement, hut intimated'that if the .Bench desired to have my ...

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NEW BYE-LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 March 1870

NEW BYE-LAWS. -4--- We take from the Government Gazette of the 18th nult. the following additional bye laws, 'passed by the Mining Board at Beech worth on the- 25th January last: Bve-law No. 46.-Frontage Claiins. I. When an alluvial claim exceeds forty feet in depth, and' its drainage (if any) does not exceed twelve hundred'gallons of water per' diem, it may be occupied as a "di-y frontage claiin." Ifits drainage exceed twelve hundred' gallons of water per diem, it may be occupied nas a "wet frontage claim." 2. The dimensions of a frontage claim' shall be determined as follows :--Wien the dbpth of a "dry frontage claim" from the surface to the bed-rock does not exceed'one hundred feet, its length on the couse of the lead shall not exceed thirty-five feet. When its depth exceeds one hundred feet, but does not' exceed. one hundred and fifty feet, its length on' the course of the lead shall not exceed forty-five feet, and soon; adding ten feet to its length for every additional fifty f...

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

WANTED.. A N ENGINEER, for the Working Miinors' Gi. Mi COb. Godfrey'd- Oreok. References reqired- Apply to. the Managerr JOSEPH GRAND VOCAL AND DRAMATIC In aid of the Funds of the ALEXANDRA CRICKEPI CLUB;. Will take place at the Eldorado Hotel 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 b M,' Hunt - Twiggleton ...,... ... Mr E. Whitelaw, Edward .. .. Mr C. James. Mrs Aubrey... .;. .. Mrs Irvine. Intermission of Ten Minutes. :".INTERLUDE. Song ... ... ..... Miss Briggs RBclation.i.. .... ..... Miss Odelt I Ballad ." .. ... ...... Mr W Sctt Song and dances In character, " Babylon's a Falling,a MrP. Berrigap, Intermission of Ten.Mlnutee.s:, ... The whole to conclude with the ':mirth provoking farce, THE ARTFUL DODGE; Mr Gregory Grudge ... Mr E. Whitelaw' STimotheus Trundle ... MrF.F. talnbridgo Tom Toddle...... ... Mr M. Hunt Hon. Fred. Flamwell Fits Fudr ... ... ...Mr...

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YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 March 1870

YEA.. (From a Corre3pondent.) Power the bushranger has been kicking up a wonderful .hubbub amongst us for the last few, days. On Sunday. last the excitement was intense. A. messenger arrived in the township about noon in great haste from Doyle's at King Parrot, with the news that the bushranger. and a. constable had each other bailed up behind trees .close to Doyle's house, and 'were.exchanging shots,. and that Doyle had Power's horse looked up in his. stable.. A. party of horsemen, who. were riding, between Yea and King Parrot, met the messenger, and. upon receiving his intel ligence,.. started: off: at uUll speed to . the an sistance of the. policeman, and: upon nearing the supposed: scene- of-notion,.they. bheard shots. fired- in. rapid :succession. in a gully about-half a mila -from the road.. FiUly be- lieving that the shots were being .fired by Power, and, the :policeman,, the horsemen, three.in number,, being, unarmedj galloped off in the direction of the firing, with the int...

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

?' DIN IN G ROOMS, QGoblur. Samuel J. Rosseau. This hie-tuarant is Intended to supply : , Quiet lfuome, A GoosI Table. Clvllity anti Attentlon. It will be foundi the best place for Busineas Men Sand others who wilsh to avoid the bustle and noise of a hotel. ELDON CHAMBERS, A L E X A N D R A. Who'csale & Retail BtG=BA CQWO N I'ST. Mrs C. Smith's. .. N ERAL T O.R ,, Gobur.. , A LLinds.of Men's and Women's. CtOTHES sold at Great Bargains. Groceries of the lest.Deseription.l " Small P'rotlts and Quick Rpturns" lsthe motto of MrasSmithse Store James 1VI'Leich. . , T, WO, PUDDLING MACHINES, Durlhal Gully VIHESE machines have been carefully constructed . so as to secure a plentiful supply of water, and-with due regard to the conveniencetof the miners on the creek. Expedition, and Low Charges are striatly' adhered, tq... . NEWMARK AND CD., Tobacoconists,. Perfumers,: &o " aGohn..,. T ITTSEstbhllshment ha, the:. Trrgost aud- Best * ' ' selected stock, in.tho district of Tobac...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 March 1870

,•PWLIMLD f Yl Vyr TUEsDAY ?AN. IlIDiY "* Yerlta. V'nelt Oumunla." FRIDAY,. MARCH 1, 1870..1 A ('OunT of'. Mines, Courty. Court, and Court of General. Sessions for, this district have been frequently.navocnted" through our, columns. Public meetings hanve been hold, and deputations have waited at hacd-quarters on these matters, and yet.wo are treated with persistent,neglect. What crime have wo, ns. a. qommunity, been guilty. of tihat out re? quirements should thus be overlooked, wlhist places around us of much infi'rior .conse quence bask in the sunshine of (flicial favors, and have an amour t of consideration shown them that ,is.denied .to us. Why,.in the name of common sense and justice, is: a Court of.Mlines.. held .at Mansfield, where there is no gold:. mine within nine miles.of that township, at d withheld from Alexandra, which is not only,.surrounded by a dozen goldfields, but.where there are more mining dispute, than in any other por t on of Victoria. For the third or fourth t...

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MANSFIELD RACES. First Day—Wednesday, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 March 1870

MANSFIELD RACES. (From a Correspondent.) First Day-Wednesday, March O. Maiden Plato, L25. One Mile and a" Half. Cruiskeen ... ... ... 1 Archer ... ... .... ... 2 Hermit... ... ... . 3 Four horses started ; Cruiskeen won easily, Mansfield HIandicap, L5Q; Two. Miles. 'Tamrinick ... ... ... 1 Woodman ... .. .. 2 Wee Mick ... .. ... 3 This race was finely contested, all the horses coming in well together. Selling .Iace, L20. Mile Heats.. Roger .... ... 1 Baron . .... ... 2 Four horses. started for this race. In the ,9r,; , ' g, . I.r, in n:i . * u, "hu , dinqualified on account of jostling, the heat bhing given to Bogcr, who waIs second. Second IHeat-KBron and Roger ran at dead heat, wi h Archer well on their quarter. A third heat was.q run, a hich was won by ftoger. Hurry Scurry, L10, One Mile and a Hlalf. T'1hr ee horse, staurted, and tho race was won ea-sily by Ilroystd's Flirt. This laist event brought the day'nsracing to a clos.e.

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 March 1870

Storut ant - G nTerat , lrgw.i.. It will he seen by advertisement in another coaunn, that a reward ,f L25." has hNn nfft red for such information as will lead to the corviction of the person - who lately oet fire to t tack of oats near Eihton punt Tn addition to this reward of T1.25, no doutlt the Government will . as usual give a double amount, making in all L75., T''he amateur perfirmanc in aid of the irlnds of tihe Alexandra Cricket Club. that took place at the Eldorado lIotel,, on ,Mon day cvenintr last, must be accouneted a great uueces. 'iThe honqn was crowded, the laIne.. especially, mustering in groat force on, the oecosion, and the bright- smiles of enconr tngement that beamed on their .ountenances no tonht pgnve ' heart of grace" to the varionu performers, and incited. ,tbem,,"' to door die." Shortly after 8 o'clock the cur tain rose upon the first part of the entertain: mont. the two-'ct drama entitled, " A curious rCae." Mrs Irvine. who sustained the part of Mrs Auhrey,....

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

ALEXANDRA . Sl1EE: ' O OUNCIL; S- Tuesday, . March 8. - .Present:,J. rPetprkin. ,Esq., (President). Cr,.. Hall, .. Cronip, , Kelly,., O'Rourke,: a'nd Whiting. . ?PThe minutes.of the previous,,meeting,w?ere read and confirmed., . t - .: `conRREsPONDENCE,t-: From H.-Perkins, requesting the 'Conncil to .withdraw. any.steps thoey.may, .have taken. to have the school proclaimed a polling hoeth. From. H.. Perkins, offering the Council Chamn hers and ether buildings on. the same. block for .£1265... From, the: same,, offering. his private residence at Thornton: a.s a pollina 'booth.. From.MrFitzjolm; .explaining that .1 .his house was partly on a.road and.partly on I 'a reserve, and requesting the Council to have a deviation at that place proclaimed.. Froth W. Knowlos,.. requesting the Council to re 'fund the sum of A1l- ,s 6d 'illegally charged I on a crushing machine.. From F. .Coster; so!icitor to the Shire,..reporting. that be; had collected the atum of O 15ls' 10d since, last report. ...

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

Carrlnpu11lhlrnrr. (7o the Editor.) Sir-You'rwill confer a favor by allowing:v :usthrough the medium of your paper, to ox- -: press a hope that t the flrmers and others that we were unable to call upon, or. who were away from home when we called,.will contribute their (Iquta of live stock, produce,: to.,. to the hazrear next week. For those living up the river, and who are unable to send as far as Alexandra, a cart will call -at Mr IRoleson's on Wednesday nrext for collec tion,. the s?ne arrangement applying to down the Goulburn, as some, person will call at Mr Johnson's. on the same day. Need we say that. anything end everything will be acceptabl,o. from n pair of fowls to a thoroughbred horse, or at sack of pota toes to it ton of hay. We earnestly trust this appeal will not he unhandlot. ,Ve arc. Sir, &c., II. M. IAYLOI, Bazaar Collectors... SFndr,. OAYLIrc, f Alexandra, Gilr March, 1870.

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