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NEW GOLDFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 March 1870

S NILW -holate [.D. A now.goldfiold has just .been. disco0ered on the.. Acheron -river .-- A party -of four men have been at work-on the'ground for several months:; they? hald ptit downii aloit half. a dozen.. shafts, .geiting'a little gold in each, until they (sank .th one they are now working, in which they. have driven 60 ieet across the. lead, .with two feet of ivashdir~,. yielding- Gidwt. to the, load., T'he, Acheroti takes, its rise in, the Wood's Point raiges, and joins the Ooulburn river. about ise mile above Alexandra. The present workings, are in. a long .gully leading into the Acheron, about nine miles from Alexandra. - The gully .is somGesix .miles- in length, and saeveral hundredlr yards,broad. Tle'"inking 60. feet, no water. Upwards of 100 claims have already been marked off, but as the ground is in the paqdhurst district, pegs won't- hold . claims for an indefinite period, as under the.Beech worth ,Bye-laws.. Each claim must. be re 'presented every morning by a man in...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 March 1870

A /PRI VA Lt AV 1) 1)J I~iPATCJI FIJ'1/A11/.9 Town. j .'.i rrp-.. I taiiaCio~e. l'ea 'inTllelgV. rhrr.d'+v olnnar, %y.¶teea kltmnrn . ~nil 'llr-. ty .,t tiny.and F riday VIA tfertsn to\ ~a,"""rld~ Iotnlrrntetnui oi , Wedn,'- "Tr..iay, Thoelriday iverod' o',nt . iIrv, And i'rliay. an1 Saturdaiy, at r'oon, at 0.1 a.m. aim. Mthon-sne I f)nr1igrfnri . nnd.v. noon. I utunrlaV i p.m. V paEplil'V.riif find lrtlcltr Iriteri are n"' iirelt to he p d~i'Ione hour prior to. tile Iiiori ap1.lotntdi tor eltsnin; mall.. tinnrv /rites can now he ohtnneit at tuls O(itro from tO a~m., to 1 1.1.1. (.iiCan p.Ia'+lo in Victoria -.L0i and uinder, d ;i TAO ant i'irrr. i". ('ntont..-Tl.» Anlldundr in; 1,10ii ,st ,lliltiC, 2m. (irenf ltritfrn riotl Irelnl,.l.--r' nil-] finder, In; T,: and tinder, 2 rd : 1.7 and uncr. . is~ R . .lo and Ilnrl r. "'r.+. T'ptctnn'oPuirPItfraIIip can he Ira' onliittd tlli,;tl2tt fhi, nuttrr. nlet tavnrnei of fiti'e fcr ant pos t fr', ti any ,t.uinn wittlin ther iotoov, N. S..Wat...

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

UNION, BANK OP ATT9TRALrTA., Esatnlihedlh 1!+13 I'AT) UP fA I'T'I'AL £l1?250,000 RRS'RVE FUNDS , ... £400.00.. LIABILITY-O1J RSTI AREHOLDERS UN I M ITE D.). Gqld haugitC, Current 1Inlatn of Tnterest allowcn on Depoalts, and Genorl fank inq Businoss traonacttel atthin ALEXANITR.h k COTPPIIY'S. CUEEK A(FN CI I*3.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 March 1870

DEATH. FRASER.—At Mansfield, on the 1st of March, Magdalen, the beloved wife of Mr Alexander Fraser, Merton, late of Strathwick, Inverness, Scotland.

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

I:1 ;ue Fluid 1gtesia. FPirt-rcl?.r Certicatel,, }'zblbitior, 1862. Prize" Medntal, rbhibition, 186E-7, vi" IlL"E'F FLUII) MAGNI:RfA nhtrined t l onily I'riere lfeni nwarreld by the Jurors the Fxhltilon of IPC8r and 11G7. Mr O. Cosmo Newalur}'s n. a lve. showed the Kruse's i'hiI esoune..in was ricer r in saline mat friai. ?d nearly.ldoublle the slreugth of any other Flnia le agre.ia exhihited.. Krisse's Finid, Malnesia in partlcularly reenm mended it all. ca?es.nt detrnnemeet of the digestive orftans. It is a corrective of ae,.ilitv ; and during he bhet ,of sitlinier Itsa entil aopr.ilnt qualities ender it a Domesti elfolicine of erret value. In he Irecntmlent of the' diordrlrs of chlilrerp its ue will be fluind nerst riellothin and beneficial. It forms a mneot ,teliciolna lmmenr ])ranuht taken with Kit'?l'SE'8 i.'tIUP (IF 1,AHPHEIIlRY AND f.E',bM N. first adJing two parts of. water to one of Mb.. vý, la.. For full pprtledtlprs see hand l hills accompanylog each bottle. TERTI MONfA ...

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

6duc tisemnCt5 E('vl THE QUAitltLI. The other day, while in Yea street, My tall young friend he did me greet "Tis true his manner was rather qarer; - Some hinted roadt be trd, others , er. lie sail he'd now make friends with me. 4 But. the force of this I could not se ; I thought I'd rather ho excused. ('onsilering how ill I had been used. Ie deemed this sufficient, andlme abused : And for to make it more complete . All this happened in the street,. I lhen thought I'd do the grand, My manner nay not be over bland, But surely I can keep my hand ; Through adverse fortune, this alone, Is all that I can-call my own 1 Yet never will I in friendly grasp The hand of such a chairman clasp. J. D. WEBSTER,': SHIIE .OF .ALEXANDRA. NOTICE. LETEDEiRS will be received for erecting Culrert L' onmain Darlingford Road, near Cronin's Pdddock , Plans and specifications to be seen at the Shire Chambers .tendere to be sent in. before 4 p m on Tuesday, the 22nd inst. A deposit of ten perTecent must accom...

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

NOTES BY TIIE MAN WITH A NOSE. Yes, we must go in for payment of mem hers. It is plain we can nrt thve the righ kind of men without it. We have.heei ex pecting the clever men of the colonv'to go into Parliamenit, and transact our business for nothing, end merely for the honor and glory of the rlhing; but they couldn't see it, and woulln't work on tie terms, and smaell blame to therm--the honor and glory weren't sufficient inducements. We have only to look att the men, and review the doings in our .Pa'rlinhent for the past few years to coma to the conclns:on that if we mean to secure the best talent, we must pay fur it. Patriotism, is a word not to be found in the colonial dictionary; the rising generation don't even know what it means, and it is evidenitthat the thing has not and never had an existence in. ur_ colonial, Parliaments. Whdný>men possessing sufficient wrealth and leisure go in;to representrus,, they, are found, as a, rule,. to. be, incapables,: nand when men not-havi...

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

(To the. Editor.) Sir-Believing that you have been pur- - posely deceived. and that you have a regard for the truth and are a lover of fair play, I beg. to send you a correct version of Webster v Grant for abusive language. The defend ant was fined is with 9? 6(| costs, and re ceived a vety severe lecture from the Police Magistrate, and was not simply fined is without costs, as reported in your issue of - the 4trinstnuit. I nm, Mir; &c ., ,. I). WIEBSTER. .

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

-; D. L N. I. N R OO , SGobur. Samuel J. Rosseau, This itsetlarant is intemled t0, supply A. Qulet Iolse. .A oloo Tatlelt.. Clvltlly rin . Attrlltion. It will be foun'l th, Ih:.st ph-ot fo)r luIsiness Mt,-n ani : d othrtt who wish t. avoid thl, bIhtllu and noise of a hotel. ELI)ON CIiAMIIFI'S, , :A I. E? A ND i) tA.. Wholesale & letail Mrs C. Smith's. G* B. , T E R, A L. ,ST 'IS OR E, Golbur T kinds of Men's and Wonmen' CLOTHES ss; old atGreat Baraine. , r ri d ,,'ý i ~fe!rlis of the les! 9!'escrlptomo , .; "tmi.ll lProfits and Quick Returns'' is the- motto, of Mrs Smith's Store James M'Leich. ? WO' PUDDLING MAOIO[NES,. lDurham Gully ' ESIllERE mnahin?s have been .arefally constructed ,i~ ? .? s as to secure a plentfuli supoly of :water, ind:with due regard to the convenience of the miners oin'the ereek. Expedltioo, and Low Charges are strictly adhered to.. NEWMARK ANID C,: ' obacooniste, Perfamers?, &o.. Goburr. ¶ I19S Estahllishment has the tnrgest and' Besit : sel...

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WOOD'S POINT POST OFFICE. TABLE OF DESPATCH AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS BY THE YARRA TRACK [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 March 1870

WOOD'S P}OINT POSTL OFFICE.. TABIE OF OKD I'PA'rCII AND ARilVAlT OFr )AnIr. HY TlIIK YlARitA TRIACK. Post Town Moilli arrive. 31al? Clole. lattoek .......... narysvrll.. ......... 1 Rundnv, 1,'e.ln.?. T ondny. W," ' lomhanhawe ......... ?day,. & 1rlh. yoI nhiti.yo, & n?. It alear nfll e......... at it.p. Melbourne .........t 5 Rlel0terrei letters and ewpapop rn mllt tie poste,' niw hour irier to the tine aplonltted or cloning tle t oanlt. 'hIe nmce Is opeln I. II ll dllx ,erk every day, Hul :a) xeepte4, "A Th, oMttIRa wnll not be nperl i ion oontivy, lilt all let tera, e. nt(ttieit for trnnnmlnlon byI mall o tilcntehtid onl that ,tay witll l, Tor' ?trlel, If ,otled n 'Itti roper v IltnmTip .i. %ton.y &rnlcr can lie olltotict it ttitoiIt ii paviiile in Vtitorta, tile at?J tent coltiitt. (tirot Irti ntii n tIrttnnd. The Mloney Ordher offlee will be on en 1bttwRet the tlo hOr oi In pnsl t. A Iteeelvtno onX I mn heeon e.inl!tllied nat 'Ir ZMochlnt'. nn lth' brrld...

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THE NEW RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 18 March 1870

THE NEW RUSH. Airay to the Acheron, let us away, Uang't if I dont start off this very day. Roll up your swag mate and let us make haste;. Our chances are less every minute we waste, They say there in geld the re, I trust it is true; I hope gold is waiting for me and for you. Now let us bd off without further delay. Hurrah for the acheron diggings, Hurrah I it's long since I bottomed a good golden hole i I'm anxilus to get one, I am, on my soul. It's sixty foot sinking, no matter for that, It cannot be worse than this d--d U.'P. Flat. Good-byo old U. T. and kood-bye Godfroys Creek. Just look, and you'll see the tears run up my cheek. Oh I I am so sorry, I limost could sing' ",Ring the bell watthmaný ring I ring I ring I" JAeCK.

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A STREET BALLAD. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 18 March 1870

A STAR ET BALLAD. The pen and Ink bring, Alexandra I'll sing. Alexandra, the pearl of all places. Attention then, pray, For I'm going to day To trot out, and mount my pegasus. I walk up and down In this wonderful town, The st'det I keep always admiring, And so does friend Pat ; You just ask him that, If proof you'd be after requiring. In the street then, I say, View thoe beautiful clay That's mov'd from one place to the other "And what's that for ?" Shut up, you blind cur, Or proceed to inquire of your mother, For blind you must be Indeed, not to see The grandest thing in the creation I When comes the next flood IRW We'll have oceans of mud ABd rivers of high indignation. Oh I what a fine go, When such rivers flow, To the imminent danger of drowning.. And if thereos a row, The stupid one's vow They'll blame the affair upon D-- g. The Man with a Nose (Which no doubt he blows) Will give us "the rights" of the matter. Oh, that would be good ; I wish that he would, For Pat is as mad as ...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 18 March 1870

P?VlKInn D EVERY ER UsDn ANT D PIDAlT. " Verita Vineli OnlnliL." FRfDAY, TAflr CI 18; 1870. Tua growing importance of the tawnship and district of Alexandra are becoming every day more apparent. The publia works lately execouted by the Shire Council on the main line of road along the Valley of the Cloelburn, are opening up on amount of traffic which must benefit the distriot generally, and establish Alexandra as a centre for Courts of Law and g(moral public business. Within the past week two important now goldfields have been discovered, one about eight miles to the south of Alexandra, on the 'Acheronn, the other to the north, near rMerton. Johnston's. Creek and other lhtely ac'eovered gold-paying localities are gradually progressing, and drawing towards them capital and population. It is impos. sible, however desireible, that public offices and Courts of Law can be established at every new rush ; but it fortunntely hap. pens that Alexandra is in the centre of the district, and unti...

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GROWLER'S GULLY. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 18 March 1870

.GROWLER'S GULLY. (From our own Correspondent.) This place is still keeping up its general appearance, although the upper part is nearly worked out. Good tucker is still to be got in the old claims, while many lower down are giving good wages. A nugget weighing nearly 2 oz was found in one of these claims a day or two since. This gully will no doubt run down into deep ground, and prove a good feeder to the Flag of Victoria Com pany's claim, where three shafts have already been Psunk, and a little gold obtained in the last two. The manager reports the shaft 40 feet, still dipping, and I little gold, though not declared payablo as yet. Another shaft must lbe sunk, which will go about 70 feet, and then water may be ex pected. The want of water for pnddling purposes is a great drawback here. The creek is now dry, and the pnddling mnt chines ceased working. At Durham Gully a few claims are pay ing small wages. aIr T. Bayley, one of the i oldest storekeenpers; has disposal of. his bus i-,...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 18 March 1870

S anl and O5enIeraI J41wn. MIr Peterkin, the President, and Mr Dow nung, the Secretary of the Alexandra Shire, waited on the officials representing the Law Courts anti Telhgraphio Departments. Monoy to build a Court IToune was promised ; alIC a T'lehgraph SLttion, with non-recording telegraph machine. l'ho SIAro of Aloxandtra was a _ dofodant in the Mannfield Police Court last Saturday in a complaint. in which no less a personage than her most gracious Majecty the Queen was complainant, to recover the sum of L22 19s. for the expenses of ouring Mr Bon .Tones, the publican at Doon, of an attack of delirisum tremens. The pretence was that Jones was a dangerous lunatic ; but the facts of the case wore so well known to the Members of our Shire Council, that they have determined to resist so grossan impos, ition, boh as to the present-and future oases. If our Shire is obliged to cure all the drunk ards in the district at i222 "19s, per head, there will be, very little revenue for any othe...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 18 March 1870

(To the Editor.) Stn.-With reference to Mr Webster's - letter, in your issue of the 11th inst., wherein hesobegs to giro you a correct voerion of :-theb " Webster v. Grant," for abusive language, and goes on to state that the defendant received a severe lecture from the Poli~e Magistrate. Permit me, MIr Editor, to deny the truth of this statemont ; so far from the - defendantrcei ving a severe lectnreit wvmas the complainant (M r Welbster) who was severely: ... censured by the Bench.. MIr Akehurst commenting strongly uponthe very ungentle manly conduct of the complainant towards.. the defendant; previous to the' abusive language complained of being used.. There.:: are several gentlemen who were in Court.on.,. the occasion who can testify to this version `,' of the.case being correct. I. am, Sir, etc;, GEORGE S. M. GRdANwrA'-?" Switzerland Station, "(Th. M'irclm, 18 70, ..t,?UtLx: ,: l;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 18 March 1870

DIN IN G' ROOM,00 , Qlobur. Samuel I. Rosseau, This hestuarant is in,'e.lei to supply A Qtlet Ioume.* A Good Table; Civility anti Attention, It will be found the best pinre for gsiness Men avd others who wish tj avoid the buist and noise of a hotel. ELDON CHIAMBERS, :a L E X A N D IR A.. Wholesale & IRetail TOBACCONIST; Ers C. Smith's . GENE.RAL STORE,. Qobuw A LL indis of Men 'i nna Wommon'i CLOTHES l, old at Oreat nnri?ns. Grceries of the l?let escriptlon. a Sm+t1 Proqr. andi Qtlck Thltrns" is the motto' of Mrs Smlth's torn James M'Leich; TWO PUDn ?LTNGfl MivCH[NEr ; Darilsan Gaily THEE macbhinn have been .nreftlly ronstrueted } T n no to stecre a plent'fl supply' of water, and with due reenrd to the convenience of the miners on the creak. Expedition, and Low Charges arc strictly adhered -NEWMARK AND C0., Tobacconists, Perfur ere, &o. Gobur STBTS Establiehmint lhas the T?rg~et and Best' J 'Tselected stod in the district of T 1ob oeeo, Cilars, andl Pancy Good°s.;: T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 18 March 1870

UNION BANK OF AUTSTRALIA. E;tnhabllh 1838. PAID TIP CAPIT'I'AL ... £1,5o0,000 R?8PRVE FUNDS, ... £400.0006 LIABILITY 0T' 4T1 AR ElOITD,D1IRS UNL IBITED.. Gonld htight. Current Rates if Interest allnwed on Deposite, and General Bantk ing Business trasaactqd at the ALEXANDRA & OODFREY'S CREEK AGENCI'ES.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 18 March 1870

BIRTH.         BOWEN.—On the 7th inst., the wife of John Bowen (Mayor of Wood's Point.) of a daughter.   DEATH.         LEFFEN.—In the Melbourne Hospital, on Satur day, the 12th inst., of dropsy, Mr H. B. Leffen.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 18 March 1870

I rme?s fluid giiesia.. :Jrot-claret Certlflcat',. Ixhfbllton, 1862.. Pirize" Medal.; Ehiition, 18CC-7;,. -(" - IlU.IE', FL.UID) MA FfNSERTA ohtrlnrd t "o IT Priae Mr:'ni awnr ved hy the Jurors ithe xhxl !tin of 161tif And i?l7. Mr 0(. (om ?n N'ewbtl rv's. nnverst.t 'ved ' this Wrnise's Finitl anernia was rE', r in alIre met te?;al.',nd nearly douletc thei strength of any.other ltia i ngre.;a exhibitedri., Kruse's Fluidl Mafnnelrt it pnrtil"ln'rlr rerom mendnd in all cnres of delraonrrenr nt of tle dli'r.stirv organs. It Isn rorrective of n.riivity nrnd 'tririnr rb heat of summer its ,gentle aperient qnnlithris rer:r it a UnmestiC Mltditeinc of airratl rihr'. In h1i treatment of the dliorrr?ras rif f tnlii'rrn it. net.., ill .bb found rnst "st'lhintt nodl b,'nrficitl. It frnnmt n nrta deriilolus 'roumntrr i]rlaticht tketnr with IRTTSE'S 7I'l!UI' (iF I. Sl'litlItitY'" AND LEM.: ON. first adding two parts of water to one of i3f?anesmal For frlllpiartcatnrs toee hrLI hIll necomnrtnying...

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