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

i iruse"s hFlid MIgnesia. idfr?t-ca»sll CertIfcate,. Exhibition, 1862. Prize. Medal,: Exabibiiion, 1866-7. I1-H*E'S FT.UII) MAGNESIA obtained t only Prize Medal nwarded by the Juroro lxhibition of ]8a6 nnd 1867. G0. Comino Newlury's analysis showed tha i's Flull Magrnesia wna richer in saline mat . nil nearly onhile the strengtll of any other nar!e.In exhlllted. snes-'s Fluid Mn.-neslia in particularly 'rernm ' e cd In all enes of derangement of the'digrstive qe». It sa n corrective of ascidity ; and durinp icat of sunnmer its gentle aperient qnalities Si.t a Domestic Medicine of preat value. In jitntmnt of the t?iliers of childlren Its uo will S,* - .,,**iit nnd benefclfil. It forms a ' l drllelons Summer h)ranht tnken with .SE'S H7T1UP OF M ASPBlER eY AND i full parttlenrlnr s hand bills a companying )OttlO. : TESTIMIONIATS. ;Ytr Slr.-nHainT mnde a careful compiarati SIlt of your Flnid Mngnespia nd that of Dinne I nd Murray, T found yours to c*ontain a much r; r proplrt in of tie ...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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NOTES BY THE MAN WITH A NOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 March 1870

NOTES BY THE MAN WITH A NOSE. Are you fond of a joket What kind of a joke, for~there are so many 1 There is the dry joke, the dull joke, the stale joke, the solemn joke, theiwell-timed joke and the ill timed joke, the igly joke, the nasty joke, the legal joki,? .conr.eo iokA. +'a i ...ba joke, the good joke, and a great many other kinds too numerous to mention. There are some jokes which are no jokes, or about which there may be a difference of opinion. I related what I thought a joke the oother' day, and felt considerabl surprise, when I saw the. faces of the. persons to. whom I told it suddenly lengthen, and look as solemn as; possible, Evidently, they couldn't see. it.' There are others who take it into. their headas that what is said or written.to themo is meant. as La, joke, and accordingly laugh. "con-. sumedly" over it, while all the time the, matter may be in good truth; serious: enough. A joke is a curious.thing, for some-. times it is. a joke, andsometimesit isn't. A joke ...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. Thursday, March 24. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M., and Hall, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 March 1870

ALEXA.NDRA. POLICE. COURT. -4--e- Thursday, March 24. (Before A. P. Akohurst, ]Esq., P.M., and hIall, Esq., J.P. Whitelan v Nash-Subscription to.Alas andra Times, 22s Gd. Plaintiff proved. having forwarded the paper to Mrs Nash. Mr Downing proved having received an order from Mrs Nash for the paper; that Nash at first objected, but afterwards con sented to take it. The Bench in the face of such amount,. 9 o Rouncewell v Maddiford-This. was a charge of assault, damages L10. The evi dence showed that a brutal assault had been committed. Verdict for amount claimred,.L2 1Os costs, the Bench intimating that if brought up in another form defetdant would have received three months' imprisonment. Fisk v. Hall-Assault. Fined 20s, L2. 5s costs,

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WARDEN'S COURT. Wednesday, March 23. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., Warden) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 March 1870

WARDEN'S COURT. Wednesday, Match 23. (Before A.P. Akohurst, Esq., Warden) Carson v Roberts-Applioation to be'put in possessiao of ground at Godfrey's Creek known as the Alma. Order for possession, L2 2s 64 costs. ' MarhIfl; v' Grub'-'fA pplioatiaon for LZD damages, by illeral possession of allotment of ground at Gobur. Verdict for LO dam ages, L3 7s costs. Russell v Ryan-Application 'for ground at Godfrey's. Order made, LI 7s costs. Whitelaw v Maddiford and Others-Ap plication to be put possession of a'certain claim on the U.T. Flat, valued at L1000. Four of the defendants had consented to give the ground up, but the fifth could not bo found. Substituted summons granted,. to be inserted in the Argus and Ala. andra Times, as the ground appeared to. be valu. able. Sullivan v NMysterious G.MI. Company An appeal had been heard in this case bo fore Judge. Molesworth, who confirmed the decision putting Sullivan in possession. Mlr Emerson applied, under Bye-law No. 44, for compensation for...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 March 1870

ATLEXA NDRA PO F' (WFFr1S. AR.?IVAL AND) DESPATCII OF.MI.-ILS Tctvn . alPr!r t;"(o. K Towr,. . Ant tntI. Arrl.'t 't-' . Ciot 'rl, Snt~nt'~ ".n 1 1 ta,,tr'o lit t,' aind r1 attim,&.o 0~n ala. RIIT 31"11. 11 Il 5arn1,t t 'nnti0 ) i" 0 ' -a , nt°traa ' Orrtl).I l I p tn r !1 t . l i . o t1lif'.anu 7rrt thnt pnn ) 3inlor'd Ito no . , a\tntlto nm rn' torno. io piro th Vtime l pi -IA and for. Itt _ mn *rrLl..dy.~ Mtlonrvrl prlt tIt tlnt h e i' at l thijtiltvhfom art tli'll il i N W.ln.l r't Soot A hnatrosTto tn' Qis In nito ln t-. , and under. 4d Lin " fnrn'i nrt._. t'. nn' " ntrr 1": 1.10 nntl nntior, ^ r tm ('.rent l'T.·ritn'' I V n ne'1 l~ n,.1 tour', It, 1,1 an h o ttr' vti 1,7rtoo nn'l 1 hiIl ' t 00 , ,r n lll nrr at'x Tt·!varrIphl - M. iii-if-,4 Crlrn he trnnl~niittlt Pit'rnnaP1 thin ofilr. on plnvmr·nt of Owlr faro lnnl pns tnpn, to any rll~iinn wi't In the crtdnny, N'. S. Wrnllr, Socth Anatrnlil. ant rllcrnrnrland. Mott; vin \Tertn~rn rinse o 1r thin miler' on nnil after t...

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

ALEXANDRA SHIIRE COUNCIL. Tuesday, March 22. Present': J. Peterkin, Esq., (President), Crs Hall,. Cronin, Kelly, and Whiting. The minutes of the previous meeting were iread andconfirme . . From J. Patton, applying for a seven years' lease of a punt site on the Goulburn near Thesdorf's. W. H. Alston, applying for the office of Inspector of Thistles. "The Receiver nnd Paymaster, Wood's Point, in forming the Council that he had not the power to refund moneys due them; that ap plication must be made to the head office. A. II. Emerson, informing the Council of Mr Grci-'s intention to sue for the amount of his claim unless immediately satisfied. W. Turner, in r!e?rence to telegraphio cown munication, and stating that there was no intention of extending telegraphic commu nication to Alexandra. AV. Archer, stating that the Agricultural Statistics must be in before the 31st instant. S. Wilson and W. Ritchings, applying for slaughtering licenses. J. II. Lew:s, Assistant Commis sioner of Lands...

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NEW BYE-LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 April 1870

NEW BYE-LAW. -4- WVo take the following new bye-law from the "Government Gazette" of the 25th March, BYE-LAW No 48. Prospecting claims.--1. Any t .o or more persons purposing to prospect or sceach for gold in alluvium' at a distance of not less than two miles from the neareqt occupied alluvial claim, shall be entitled to take possession of a parcel of Crown lands not ex ceeding (500)flve hundred yards square, in the man ner prescribed in Bye-law No. 6, and provisionally occupy the same as a an alluvial prospecting claim until the discovery of gold in payable quantities therein, or until it has been forfeited or abandoned. 2. Any one or more persons purposing to prospect or soarcl for an auriferous lode or quartz reef at a distance of not less than (500) five hundred yards from the nearest occupied quartz claim, shall be entitled to take' possession of a parcel of Crown lands not exceeding (600 x 250) five hundred yards by two hundlred and fifty yards, in the manner pro scribed in By...

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 April 1870

(Toa Iljs Editor.a SSir--Will yo? kindly lend your valuable assistance i f getting up a small public library. The long vrieter nights wil 0 soon be upon us. What are we to do for a book to read? When is a man happier than when sitting at his own fireside reading an inter esting book? If he cannot get a book to read, -he is sure to find his way to some publio-house, and a man cannot go there Pithout sper'ding' money. What has be Come of the small colleotion of books be Ipngiag to th Alexandra Book Club ? I imngine that these would willingly be given as tho nucleus of a public library. I am prepared to subscribe Ll, a few other sub scribers could easily be got. Give the thing a start, and you will confer a great benefit on che reading portion of the com munity. I am, Sir, &c., BOOKS. (Persons desirous of joining in the object set forth by the above writer, will please forward their names to the office of this paper, stating what amount of support they are disposed to contribut...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 April 1870

Soca1 and! Q5 licrcaI ýIqws. A private race came off on Tuesday last on the Alexandra racocourse, between Mr Cairns's mare Killingworth, and Mr F. Lewis's The Pony. The winner to take both animals. There was a good start, The Pony taking the lead which it kept by 20 yards till reach ing the straight running, when Killingworth n"... 4--n "r, 711.n 3nn_3', k~ngra urge first by two lengths. A foot race for L2 between Mr Lewis and Mr G. Whiting ful lowed, in which. AMr Lewis was nowhere, he having pulled up after the first 20 yards. 'Theo Mliining Surveyor, iMr Murray, was served a feiw days ago with iI notice to lay off a new deep lead at Growler's Gully. It apipears the prospectors have changed their minds, as another notice has been served to the effect that they do not wish the lead proclaimed. lfunt's party, at, the now rush on the Acheron, a little above the prospectors, have bottomed a 'duffer. As they did not pass through the white drift, it is supposed that they are off the lea...

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MANSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 April 1870

MANSFIELD. (From . Correspondent.) t The Mansfield Agricultural Society's 1 show took place on the 24th March, andc passed oft' very tamnely~sy, giont notice not I having been given, consequently, the at- I tendance of the general public was very small. In many clascoe there was no corn petition, and in soine no exhibit. Some beautiful fr'uit and flowers from the garden of tthe late Mr Player were shown5 andt also sonime pleasing exhibits of dairy-farmI products. There was no music, no refresh- I usnt buoth, and no agricultural dinner in the evening. The show clashed with the Iltnallu Races, or no doubt we :lsould have had some visitors firo that towns hip. A great treat was announced during Fri day afternoon by our energetic bellman, Mr G, Sherman, in the shape of dramatic read ings, to ta:xe place at the Shire Hall in the evening, by DIr II. FIranks, late of Alexandra, assisted by amateur vocalists, for the benefit, of the Common school Building Fund. The well-known talent of Mr F...

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ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. Thursday, March 31. (Before Messrs Peterkin and Hall, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 April 1870

AL1EXANDI(A POLICE COURT. Thursday, March 31, (Before Messrs Peterkin anud Hall, J.P.'s) Coghill v Ilodgson-Alr Emorson for de fendant. Verdict for LI 8s (d, costs 7s Gd. lByley v Johnstono-No appearance. B3areurr v Coglhill-u\Vges, L33M L.d, Djs missed without, costs. IIempel v Ringer-Illegml detention of a horse. Mr Emierso foor plaintiff ; Mr Coster for defoimdant. C. IFminlpl, sworn : Found the horso near the I,mrnewa:rd Bjoumaln claim. Made deolara tioaa to fling, r tlhat the liorse was min". Ringer halndd over the horso, ard afterwards amsked mo to lend it him for u few days. Did so. When the time had oexpired.ho.ro. fused to let inn have the horso. The Bench ruled that the Company should have lbon "mrnumonscd, and dismissed the case without prejmlico. ' Costs, LI 8s Od. Coghill v Freeman-Verdict for 15s, Os costs.

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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 April 1870

(T'o the Edlitoer.) Sir-Is there nothing to be done with the funds collected for the Alexandra Hos. ital.* The good-natured subscribers have peen very patient. Talk about obtaining Money under falso pretenccs-wby, if col lecting money for an hospital and placing it in the bank without even interest instead of applying it to the use for which it was given, is not obtaining 'money under false pretences, it looks very like it. Look at our neighbours of Mansfield. They will have an hospital before us iThe Shire Council there has voted the sum of £100, for such an institution in their township. This is being increased by private subscription, and within a few months their hospital will be built. Our Alexandra public men ought to go and take a few lessons from the members of the Mansfield Shire Council. They can get County Courts, Court of Mines and general Sessions, Hospital, &c., but our ouncillors can dos absolutely !nothing. 'here is a muddy-headedness about them that they can...

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GROWLER'S GULLY. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 April 1870

GROWLER'S GULLY. -4-~-- (From our own Correspondent.), The reefs at this place are looking remark ably well. Several tons of stone are wait ing crushing at the Spring Creek Mill. Some rich ~stoee is now being taken out. of the Garibaldi claim. The reef fis rather narrow, but is said to be rich in prospecting. About 60 loads from the Alabama reef· at the Durham. are being put through the mill, and according to tl!e nrnalgaum, it will give a very good return. The laying off of the deep lead hero has been p?stpunied till Wednesday next at the reque t of the pros pectorq, in consequence of the fiice of Iheir drive caving iii, which is 30 feet from the shaft. They are now sinking another shaft, which will be bottomed ant the ground well pr'oved boerol th arrival of tioe surveyor. Another p,itty is sinking, who have bot tomed one shalt 40 fe~tt, andt are down with another over 40, which is expected to be dead on the lead, which has been already proved to be over 30 feet wide. Business sit...

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NOTES BY THE MAN WITH A NOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 April 1870

NOTES dY TIIE MAN WIT''II A NOSE. -- 0 The now Ielbourno cemetery, although capable of much improvement, is one of which the citizens need not feel ashamed, and one also in which no reasonable person would object to be buried, that it at some indefinite time in the far future. It matters very little, after all, where the clay may be consigned to its kindred clay, but the living testilfy respect for decoased relatives or friends by attending the remains to the burying ground, and there interring them with due and proper ceremony. Most per sons go oven farther than this, and place tombstones 'or, raise monuments upon the grave, and loving hands often decorate the place with flowers, or plant ornamental shrubs, and visit it now and then to drop a tear to the memory of the dear departed. 'There is nearly always some attempt made to decorate " God's acre," as I have heard it called, by planting trees, or by making the enclosure appear as pleasant to the eye as possible, and whore persons...

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GODFREY'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 April 1870

GODFREY'S CREEK. (From a Corre)undent.) The lecture which was to have been de livered by D. C. McCarthy O'leary, 'Esc., barrister, on St. Patrick's Day, the subject chosen being, " Lord Edward Fitzgerald, hisi Lifo and Tl'nes," but which, in conse(quoncu of the pressing professionral enageraeant: of the l-rnead lecturer, was posrponedl till Thur.:;d:y evening, the 2.lth March, came off at 'I urlner': Empire IIotel before a nulneroul?, attentive, and appreciative audience. The subject was treated in a manner which showed that the learned gentleman was well acquainted with the minutest details con nected with -the eventful: period of which lie spoke, and at times was really eloquent in style. llis description of the trial and ex ecution of the two Shea'res and the perfidy of the informer Armnstrtong, was spoken with rmuch f;oeling and indignation, and was listened to with the deepest sympathy and emotion;by tlhe audience. The delivery of the lecture occupied over an hour, and was litt...

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ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 April 1870

ALEXANDIRA POST OFFICE. ARRIFVAL AND DESPATCH OFMAIAS Town. )IlsAArlrve. 3lals Cloe. - Tuestav, ThurndoyI Monnlay, ?Ved Kllmor 3 and Haturday at lnw and I'rlday rlinntn a.mn. at i2.? p.m, Via M 0)rton to sfapgetld Jamiteon Monday, Wedners.- Tuway . Thursday Woo.l's Point day, and m'rlday, Iand turday, at _oon, at .t Lam. t a.m. onnwood I relhourne J Darlingford .- unday, noon. I 8undao op.m. Newepapey annd retiterrmd lotter, art rcroutr.:d to he Tasted one hour prior to the tmu appointed for rloilng malls. 4)Money trde ran now be obtalned at thi O111eo from -0 a~m., to 1. p.m. (lrr~ttr. payable in Victort?b-.5 and under, 6d . Lo and under, In. ' otontfe.-r. and tinder it; T.10 and under. 2?. Great Iitlatn nndTretand.--T.2 and uinder. i1; TA andl unn1r. is A, T. antd under. se1a 1.10 and tunder, it. Telecraphio Messages can he transmitted through %his office. on nammrtt of the fees and postage, to any station within the colony, N. S. Wales, South Australia, and Queenaland. Mails via ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 April 1870

UNION BANK OF AUTSTRALIA. Established 1838. PAID TIP. CA IPI'TAL ... £1,250,000 UilS.rRVE FUNDS. ... £400.000. LIABILITY OF SrIAREHOLDERS 11N rL I Mr IT EI. Ol li boughi. Chrlrr'nt Tinter of Tntere t nllownd on Deposits, and Genernl BInnking l3utincss transactcI at tJ(" ALI'AAIN U(~ A U& Ub'ItLIg x li tiItrK EA,` NC;I (S.

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 April 1870

I Pran.nariED Evr.ay e nIAT sVerlftsl Wilncit Omnnlist." FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1870 Mr Villeneuve Smith, our well-known bar rister, said a short time ago at one of our public meetings, that the present Ministry was the dirtiest joint in the dirty McCulloch tail. There is something so candid in this admission, that we too are disposed to con fess and acknowledge that Mr McCulloch had a dirty tail, and that the joint represen ted by the Macpherson Ministry is all that Mr Smith has asserted. That Mr Casey, the Minister of Justice, and G. P. Smith, Attorney General, were out of place we readily admit. 'T'hese men were offensive in their overbearing impudence in declaring that they were the representatives of the people. T'lhJe Macpherson Ministry came. into office on the back of the Constitutional. party; nndthe only link that bound them together was n love of oflice on the one side, and a. hatred of Loyal Liberalism on the other. The alliance was an unholy one. The only. point, gained was t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 April 1870

±nse s Fluid DTgnesia. - firat~clars CcrliErcat, Fxhbbhltion, 1802. Prize " 3fedal, Exh itlon, 16CC-t, i UTsE'. FLUID .)MAGC!NESfA ohtrinrd t *' nl" i'.oi. ??i'al n awnr rd by the Jurors ( t Exh lirltn of t8l l naidt Ill. fOr G. c(' smno 'rewltnrv' aninlytdvl shnlwid tlh ri'te,'s Fluid nM?,r.rtafa as richttr in ratirt mnt tfp?rl: niod nearly ilitlrl tIh slrength of nny othlir Yl'lulrn isgve.la exhlilidrf. ' Irutss',' Flihti n t.Mancia is gnrtlrtitrlv recorn mrnitltd in all rent's of ?rran.ement, of tle ?citrat'ive organs. It is a t-rriliver of n.riditv; iand dtrinp lie' heat of liltnter itir ntir np'rr;nt o qunlittr, endrr It it ~irmtr.t:er i. ;tinr. of rr nt vn!oto. TIt no trettnti vt of t . t *ll-nrdrr of rilf, ren it, iis, will be t iot,'r'tst r 'nhl.r andI lntfiti.tl. It f(rim a ntos.t 'i.elonis %tomner 1)ranit."1,t tinlj.n with KTitllsE'S s:'I:tUP 1' 1iASP'iliftIll AND T.FO~.ftN. first adding twro parts of water to one of l?,ietirina. For full pattleculars see han.d bills necom...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 1 April 1870

SHIRE OF ALEXANDRA. ELECTION NOTICE. MERTON RIDING. I HEREBY give. Public Notice that an Election of ONE Councillor to fill the Extraordinary Vacancy in the Council of the Shire of Alexandra, caused by the ab sence of Councillor James Weldon from 4 consecutive Ordinary Meetings of the Coun cil, will be held by me at Gobur on Satur day, the ol6th day of April next, 1870. And I hereby require all Candidates at such Election to be NOMINATED at the Offllice of the Council, Alexandra, on WED NE1SDAY, the 6th day of April next, be tween the hours of 10 o'clock in the forenoon and 4 o'clock in the afternoon, in the man noer set forth in the Shires Statute, 1809, 33rd Victoria, No. 358. In the event of' more than One Candidate hoing Nominated as aforosaid, a POLL shall lh taken on thi, day first hereinbeoforo stated, viz., on the ltith day of April noxt, 1870. And such Poll will be takon ir the Store lately occupied by Messrs. Eagles and Gruby, Weldon-strcot, Gobur, and shall commence at 9 ...

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