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

(oS ýprlnf t ýd4iqltiia r qntt MINING LEASES DECLARED VOID. A TTENTI9N is directed to the t' Governmesit 1-1 Gazette" of the 4th March, 1870, in which it is notified that the undermentloned Leases have been declared void. Beechworth District, Alexandra Sub-Division. Lease No 1045, dated 29th Juno, 1868, H. Kanne gleeser, 12a. Or. 37p. Spring Creek. Lease No. 1075, Dated 21st December, 1808 J. D, Webster, 4a or lOp, Spring Creek. Lease No 1076, dated 21st December, 1868, J. D. Webster, Alexandra. It. BROUGII SMYTH,. Secretary for Mines. Office of Mines. Melbourne, 7th March, 1870. MINING LEASES DECLARED VOID. A TTENTION is directed to the Government Gazelle of the 11 March, 1870, in which it is notified that the undermentioned Leases have been declared void : M Beechworth District, Alexandra Sub-Division. ass No. 1237, dated 15th November, 1869, J. F. Manley, and others, 6a 2r 6p, Middle Creek. Lease No. 1292, dated 18th November, 1869, 11. 0, Lampson, and another, 23a 3r 8p, Godfrey...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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WOOD'S POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 18 March 1870

WOOD'S POINT.- -? . , pr (Prorfr our owtni Correspor5tly.: ") A 'change for, the ibettir in fW'weath"'r~ bas ;taken placo-' duiing S thl? week." ' herd ' is "'onw e ''ry e nidi'ce't 'of' .'rain. The mailmnan from Gipps Land reports that a copious full 'of rain had 'taken place at Walhallit sometime since.'"A, few dajys.-rain would do a deal of good 'iere; as the mills are sadly in want of water. St, Patrick's Day is to'be' celebrated hereb by the members of the order in grand style. The members, in full regalia; will march to the cricket ground at noon, whbpre variousskr sports will take plaoe.' A grand ball and supper willPtako place in the evening at'Mr. Thomas Higgins's hotel. " A 'few -days since an individual known' as'-? Black Billy came into the township witha quantity of ofld copper plates, which hidd been cut up or torn into small pieces. When' questioned__as to r wherae he.. ihad foundthbeelig~ l i idthlint "he had been out l~oki?g' fur a stray:bullock to shoat hfin, and d...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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NOTES BY THE MAN WITH A NOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 18 March 1870

NOTES BY THE 1MAN WITH A NOSE. Wars and rumours of wars A tempost is agitating the interior of the Alexandra Shire Council teapot; lightning is flashing, thunder is rolling, and the elements are at strife. There is sensantional news for you. I don't often communicate very startling in telligence, but I think I have done it now. I see you are impatien t, so I will dash into the thick of it for your especial be. hoof. You are all ratepayers, and naturally anxious. I must, however, request you not to feel very nervous. The disturbance being in side the teapot, you are not likely to suffer any grievous bodily harm. "What's thb matter1" Well, I'm coming to it as first as I can.- The Secretary of the Shiro, who was appointed to act as Engineer in Mr Lan'gtre's . absence, has been voted L3 per weekl for his services, that sum to include his expenses for horsehire. &c, which expenses, al seen by account rendered and passed at list meeting; amount to L2 5s per week. The Secretary thu...

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RACE MEETING. ALEXANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 18 March 1870

RAlCE MEETING. ALEXANDRIA. -4---t Yesterday may indeed be accounted a rod letter day.in the annals of Alexandra, and .when the time comes that the attendance at our race meetings may be counted by thou sands instead of hundreds, which may not be so very far off, despite the molancholio cronkings of a few bilious bipeds, who always look at the darkest side of things, this race meeting-which may be called our first legi timate trial to establish 'an annual race meeting in.Alexandra-will, be looked upon as inaugurating a new era in sporting matters in this district. T'ursday morning dawned bright and fair, and old King Sol shone forth in his bribhtest raiment to do honor to the occasion. From an early hour in the morning visitors from all quarters began to flock into the township, and until about noon the cry was "still they come." Upon arriving on the course, we found three substantial booths erected. The first of these, wh:ich included the grand stand, was under the ihllo management ...

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ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 18 March 1870

4T.EX'A \TIRA POST OFFTICE. ARl'r A!. ANT) DESPATCFI OF MAILS Town. j a7 r Ait Malta Clom, Yn-a 'i 'rctal'. ti ''fday I Monday, SiI·~lll· Ktirnorc > and .;trorn at Iat dr, an'! friday %trihainrrte j it riot. at 1?.:iO PI.. %VIa Morton t113 iamf'ara arrlnnday. Wridno.!Tlim.,ta Thtraday tSno'i'a rtlr.t a diy, and' rida ant '-turdray, at Loot-wna4 Mtlrcihmr at 0.1 m. I it ala. PaFJIDIColR d .9andaynpnn. I nuntle p r Niewapooranr and rrt!.tlr,rt hlt-a or." rerqairid to be posted one Ilior parior tol tie Ito,. nppotottd for elaun to tanta·. hroney Ontrra ran now hr o'tattlrt at 11t1. 0mr fronm in .to.. to 1 n-.tn. ('har tls.y, ,ir in tVctonri-lA-1.5 ald under, od; L1) &atn ulier, is. ('onlr'r.--..i ant ntnder to; 1.10 art orator, 7L.. (irana Hrttaln art Ireland.-1.-i and aind.-. II: n.5 man f- 'nUnder. nli 1.7 aiaatr iit-r.~ ad; ~tan aintan'ier. 5a. eieouarnptifp fl euraar* p r'ra ain transmitterf through thi5 natlrn. 'n Tanytlt of tit! farn, and pot toga, to Zfy stition withi...

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WOOD'S POINT POST OFFICE. TABLE OF DESPATCH AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS BY THE YARRA TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 18 March 1870

WOOD'S POINT POST OF'FICE. TAnI. EOF ?1),1?'.TCIT AND A !!IVAL. OV ItAITLS IIk Til. YA"ltt1 "T'IACK. Post Town Ma.ll. arntv. M3all, Close. Blfautfnork ......... Starvotgle ....... tnnyuy. Wedneo. tfonday. Werdt. VY?rnhmwte ........ day., & 'rl~'dny. nedl.ya, & Man lr llr......... at , p.nm. tlrdays,atip.og Mecbollboirt ...... ..I n Re foaflred1 lr?ters and nrewrnapor moat he po?rttone hour prior tea the rliieaponl.tei.l or Crlolng., the mill,. The olmrt It openl ui Ltil -lx o'cl,'k vory 'lay, iSlndal Cxrreptd, Tlht ef ?itg .lll nol henpenrglnn un~lday,hnt nll itter. Ae. ntenledr fgr trnnarnrinlon by 1nill. ,l lpntlhed onl that tdiy will ir forganrdel.h I pite-,. . dri prop?i tv gtnmped. Mtoney orogr.. ratr he ohtlinl ant tf hio" .e pnon ilet l Victorlonl. lthe nai;-nt rcln'al.i, (:rgnt ltrlnIl ancd Irglnd. The ?oenay Order offie will be ogten betweer, the hours of tO ngd .. A iegielglna RPo ha. hbern etnhllahed at ~lr Zgclglgg', non li f rldelge. IlrldIg.a tret itg'h...

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CRICKET MATCH. MANSFIELD v. ALEXANDRA, AT MANSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 18 March 1870

CRICKET MATCH. MANSFIELD v. ALEXANDRA, AT MANSFIELD. After a very pleasant ride, the Alexandra Team (accompanied by Mr Raphael, President of the club) arrived safely at Doon—where they where unexpectedly met by most of the Mansfield Eleven. Having partaken refreshments they all started for Mansfield, where they arrived about eight o'clock in the evening, none the worse for their long journey. On Monday morning at half- past ten the wickets were pitched; and Captain Anderson, with his usual luck having won the toss sent the Mansfield men into the wickets, where, in spite of the good bowling of Messrs G. Grant and E. White law, they managed to score a good innings of 74. The Alexandra men then followed, quite confident of making as good a score; but found the bowling of Mr Hogan, and the wicketkeeping of Mr Yewers, too good   for them, being all out for thirty six runs. A sumptuous luncheon was now provided in the marquee on the ground, to which every one did ample justic...

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

A U C T I O N S A .L E. SATURDAY, MARCH 26th, 1870. CAIRNS v. SMITH. Mr. M. Raphael will sell by Publio Auction, on the above date at 2 p.m.,.under a bill of sale, i AT TIlE ELDORADO HOTEL,r:. ' Eight head of Cattle, Four Superior Draught Horses, Two Colts, Timor Pony. Express Waggon, Set of HTarnes, Complete, Buggy, Saddle and Bridle. loim Remember Saturday next, at 2 p.m. In the Estate of H. N E W M A R K & Co., Gobur. lMaurice Raphael, TAS received instructions from the Trus tees in the above Estate, to sell by Public Auction at Gobur, on SATU RDAY, April 2nd, 1870, at 11 o'clock sharp, The whole of the Stock in the above Estate, cousisting of Tobaccos, Cigars, ? aorsch aum Pipes, Port monuies, Cutlery, Jewelry, Fancy Goods &c, NO R E S EItVE. TERMS CASH. S11IRE OF ALEXANDRA. ELECTION NOTICE. I Hereby givea Notice that an Election of One Councillor ftr the Morton Riding of the Shire of Alexandra, to fill the Extra ordinary Vacancy, caused by the nbsence of Council...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 March 1870

(To the Editor.) Sir-There's not much business now on hand, and having some spare time, I'll write a letter, Sir, to you, and scribble it in rhyme. A letter from Boelzebab you'll say is something new. V ell no, I wrote to earth before, and had it printed too. And .this . give you leave to print, if you should think it well-perhaps your readers wont ob: ject to poetry from 11- 1. In fact, I wish them all to know how matters really stand, and even I, in cause of truth, your columns may commaud. I'm not so bad, no matter what my enemies may say-of course they paint me very black, that always was their way, They say that I'm a "lion. and go roaring up and down, a seeking (whom I may devour" in country sad in town. The lion's generous and brave;'and I am not an nss. I'm plonscd they' did not call md- that, so let the scandal pass. And apropos of that, I'll add that I am not a fool ; the men who think and call me so had better go to school. Their wit they spend upon me too, It really make...

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Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 March 1870

®rigiual ¶urtrq. -4---5- A Wonderous brain, tho' little known to fame "The Mian with a Nose" may justly claim, A mighty Intellect within a narrow sphere ; His visions radiant with a thousand a year. From such a judge there can be no appeal, He cannot err I his merit and his zeal Must triumph o'er such shallow minds as mine ; His name a light house on the sands of time. That such a modest, courteous loving friend, A pure philosopher of the noblest kind, Should deign to criticise my doggerel verse, In language, all his own, and yet so terse. The thought Inspires me with unmingled joy, A blissful feeling, when without alloy ; For this I thank him, let us change the scene To one more lively. Reader, raise the screen. This "Alan with a Nose," 'tis not long ago Had a regular set to with a" Brazier" you know ; He stood but two rounds, when he fell with a groan, Crying " mercy good Brazier, my sine I'll atone. " No more I'll malign thee. no more I'll presume To say you can't tinker a teapot...

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 March 1870

( To the Editor.) Sir-I am sorry to again trouble you on this trilling matter, but I do so conceiving it to be my duty not to allow myself and others to be rough-shod over by the like of lMr Grant, It is a drowning man will grasp at straws, and the substance of Air Grant's letto" in your last issue is a fair illustration of this. My version is-After the Bench wore satisfied by the evidence that I gave Mr Grant no rprovocation for the language hl [used, AMr Akehurst said to M.r Grant certainly not to me-that I 'might have stopped and listened to what he had to say, but that in future when ho met me, he had better pass, and neither speak to me nor at me, and not to talk to any one about me. Now, if the above can be construe , oven by Mr Grant's friends, into my being severely censured by the Bench--Mr Akelurst com menting strongly upon the very ungentle manly conduct of the complainant towards the defendant previous to the abusive Ian. guago complained of being used-all I have to say ...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 March 1870

pvnlr.tlrn ,VenT T7uIi4nt AOn RIDrAY. "Veritnst Vlnclt Orlrnnall." FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1870. WAnDs? Akehurst's deo'sion in the caso of O'Sullivan v.. Mysterious G.M. Company, has taken "the mining community by sur prise. The circumstances fre. as follows :- The Mysterious ground had not been worked" for a period of 15 months. O'Sullivan ap plied to the Warden, and was pot in posses sion of the ground as abandoned. An ap peal was made'to the Suprome Court, and Judge Williavnm supported the plea of aban donment. The case was considered dis posed of, and several of the shareholders refused to fee a solicitor to put in an ap pearance at the hearing of the decision of the Supreme Court read 'by the Warden, and had not one of the shareholders, Mr. jarker, paid the solicitor's fee out of his own pocket, there would not have been any a.rfene. 'rhe defendants were as much sur. prised as the rplnintiff to find that' three old deserted shafts which havo been stand ing idle and absolutely usieles...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 March 1870

Z'oal aed tcnral tus. I---*- A party of miners Intely put a shaftdown in Luckie Gully 108 feet, and obtained pay. able gold. Another perty has just been formed called the I Don't Know, who have communqced operations a little lower down the gully. From th! indications in the upper claim, the now company are sanguine of success. This ground will prove the ex istence of a payable lead running into the U.T. Flat at Jones's crushing mill.:As, the sinking in, the Luckio is 108 feet, we infer that ii must be at least 150 in the U.' ' Flat. We visited, the now rush near the Acheron on Monday last. The distance from Alexan (Ira is about eight miles, with a very good roandall the way.. Arter crossing the Goul. burn rat McKenziu's Lambing Gully, the beest road in, to keep the lelt of the Acheron, whert: there is a, pretty well-beaten track leading to the diggings, which are situated within sight :of Mr Dick's station. The ground at present being worked is on a kind of swamp, at present dry, wi...

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RACE MEETING. ALEXANDRA. Second Day—Friday, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 March 1870

RACE MEETING. ALEXANDRA. ----- Second Day-Friday, March 18. The attendanco on the course was not so good as on the previous day, but still there was a goodly muster, and the racing was very fair. The first raco of the day was the Bush Hack Race, LS, One milo and a Quarter, Heats. Mr Shorman's loger ... "*' 1 1 Roger won both heats in capital style. The net event was the Minors' Purse, for which only one horse, Mr IIoysted's Poison, came to the post. Poison, of course, had a walk over for the stakes. Then came the race of the meeting, the Alexandra Handicap. A great "pot" boiled over in this race through the defeat of the favorito, Alumna, who was freely backed to win at long odds, but "you never can toll" as the backers of the favorito found out to their cost when they saw her come in last. Alexandra handicap, L30, Two Miles. Mr Iolly's Murrundindi, 7 st... .. 1 Mr . F. F. Taylor's, ThoiPony, 5st 71b .. 2 Mr Mason's Aruma, Get 101b.... ... 3 The Pony went off with the lead from the ...

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WOOD'S POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 March 1870

WOOD'S POINT. (Prom our own Correspondent.). The great ,'inideiit fT he week has been tho.celebration of St. Patrick's Day. There has been .no such demonstration in this dis trict at any previous time. About noon the members. of the society were marched into one great column by Mr WV. Daley, who ably conducted the procession, to the ground known as the cricket reserve. A programme of various athletic sports was satisfhectorily got through, and about 5 p.m. the pro cession was formod into military array, and marched back to the township headed by the hand playing national and other airs. Upon arriving opposite the Reform Club Hotel, the band struck up " God Save the Queen,' all present standing, with heads uncovered. A ball and supper tookn place in the evening,. at MAr T. Higgings's hotel, at which there was a. numerous attendance. The ladies appeared in all the gaieties that the district could afford, and on the whole everything went off as well as could be expected. The mysterious...

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Third day, Saturday, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 March 1870

Third day,. Saturday, March 119 An extra day's racing was got up. as a. windup to the meeting. The attendance was poor, and the racing only middling. The first event was a Buzsh Hack Race for L5, for which Hoysted's Star walked over. Winding up Handicap, L10 10, Mile and a Quarter. Heats. Poison ...... .. ...1 1 Killingworth ... ... ... ... 2 2. Good-bye Handicap Sweepstakes. Ro?er .. .. .... .... ... 1 Mlirt ........ ... 2 Miss Rubens (late Arama) ... ... 3 This last race brought the. day's sport to. a close. There was an unusual amount of protests and grumbling about the various events. 'Tho Stewards were roundly abused by the unfortunates who did not take prizes. In the Maiden Plate Flirt was protested against for, having won, an. advertised prize. Two jockeys disqualified their horses by getting out of the saddlo before they were ordered to do so. Horses stable-fed were brought"out in the flush iack Rnce. The second horse in the Free Selrctors' Plate would have won, only his own...

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

GROWLER'S GULLY. (From our own Correspondent.) There is nothing fresh to report this week,. as no.new discoveries have been made by our prospectors since the deep lead on the. flat. The Flag of Victory'se olaim is look ing well. The manager reports: that they are still driving to catch the rising reef. Drive six feet wide, and washdirt two, feet thick, with satisfactory prospects. The. gold. is water-worn and shotty. Shares in this company's claim, have lately changed: hands, and there are at present more.buyere than sellers. The surveyor. will be on the ground; in-the course of a few days to sur vey the, company's claim and others that may be required. No doubt he will have a good day's. work, as there are over 200 claims registered.

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

DINING ROO MS, cobuar. Samuel J. Rossoau, This l(tstuarant is Intended to supply A Quiet Ulouse. A Good Table. Civility uant Attentioll. It will he foinm the, lest place for Busineass ?,en and others who wish t:, avoid the hustle and no,se' of a hotel. ELDON CHAMBERS. . :A L E X A N i) n A. Wholesale & Retail TOBACCONIST. Mras C. Smith's GENER&.AL . 8 TO.R;E,i :, Goblr r LTL kinds of Men's and 'Women's CLOTHES sold at Great Bargains.. Grocerles of the flest Description. "SmRll Profit. anl Quick Returns" is the motto f iMrs Smith's Store . t*Tnmes.s t'Leicb. TWO PUI.)DLTT O.. M[CFHINES, urnramn Gull . THEE mnh!,inn hlmro hben carf'nlly connstructed an as to Peueroe a plentiful supply of water, and with doe re-erd to the convenience of the miners on Ife croik; Expedltion, nud Low Charges are strictly adhered' to. Tobacoonists, Perfurmers, &e. !TTR Witnhalsihmnnt has the Largest and Best ae-1,.td stoek in the district of Builders and Contractors, Gobur. RITVATF ...

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

UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA. Eatanielhed 1PF3. PAID UP CAIWI;IALi £P250,OO eREiS9RVE FUNT)S £400.000. L IAhILM'PYflOF RTJ.ARET.TOLDE-1IS (old bought. Cnrront Rlate of'Tnterest'a1Iawed on Deppslta, and General flankiog Bpslnoue transacted attha ALEXANDRA & GODFREY7S CREEK AOiENOIES.

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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 March 1870

w' oo3i's Pno'r r po)1r' nwt'rCr.L TABfL1 01 . Iut:ot' Iu\' i ~mt, A Itgtl! v.%tL OF .fAfIIi III TI io YAiltA TItA('K I ret Town Matte arrlive. Maflm (lnone. OTttlari ......t . Flinlockr Tnryvllte ......... .nndiyn. Wtelne. 1,nayd?'s. Wed. Vnatnwt' .........1 day. & )rlday, neednys. San. iaclrvltie ..... at 9. p.m. turdayn,ntnpfl Melbourne ......... flrleterrrd letters and neWictfltrrr mnut be po?ted on hnloar rinr in to the tie appointed for olotlnt thie tnnl. The nmte It open untll nix o'clock every day, Sunday 'hr,?!eetwill not henprnrd on Rundavltt all tletern. &e. nte?nedl for trnoarr, mf?in In y m lin tieenathrld on thsat day will le forrarded., If.!i.afei ,d i lpropery ttampeT.ll Monncy ordier can I onhtnlnedl at thi o!llro pavnatlle In Vlelnrla. Citie Iiarent enloniec. (;rent rltnlit andl Ireland. The Mloney Order ofleo will be oelu betweoen. the hopers of 10 and .. A Ifcetritnal IVox ha' been esiahlinbler at Mr 7.ohtin'. nn tile hrtloc. Tllrld'.e-trret t the...

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