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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 June 1870

TO ADVERTISE' S-Adrertisemonts canno lbe withdrawn before the time expires for which they hnvo been ordered. In cases where the num her of inaertions is not specified advertisemonts will he inperted until countermanded. Quarterly adver tisementu will be continuously inserted unless a written order to stop them is sent.

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YEA Wednesday June 1. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 June 1870

YEAU A.UD, lWedne 1. Present--Mcs.riG ?toitfi), Ker, McLeiih, Smith ann'd latter.llav ing previounly made the declra. .onn..topk his seat at the Bo] bli first tiioe. t. "'*, - - The minutes of the previouame0ting.werou read and confirmed. Moved by Mr Ker, seconded by Mr McLeijhi, " 'That t he Engineer bo requested to eximine the bridge over the Muddy Creek referred to in Mr Kniameer's lotter, received this day, and ruport thereon." Carriod. , ( . Moved by Mr Ker, seconded by Mr Grant, SThat Mr IIamea Ibe requested to reconsider 'his'reiignation." Carried. Moved by Mr Ker, seconded by Mr grant, "That Mr Edwards's letter, offering to do certain work on the road between .Yea and Cotton's Pinch, Lo rolorred to tlih Eugi neor," Carried. Moved by Mr Ker, seconerl by NMr Grnnt, " That the letters of the 13th ultimno with enclosures, from. the Central Board of IIealth, Melbourne, bo acknowledged "ith thanks." Canrried. Moved by Mr Ker, seconded by Mr Grant "'I lit a special meeting of thlii...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 June 1870

The launch of the punt, tue "Farmer's Friend," which is to connect the eastern and western banks of the Goulburn, oppo site Mr Allardyco's station, was to have taklen'Dpiace on Lontlany ul. OuCuslaieraoRl proparation was made for the event; a band of music, consisting of a fife, cla rionet, cornet, and drum, rent the air with the sweetest sounds. About 200 of the inhabitants of Alexandra, arrayed in holiday attire, assembled to witness the in teresting ceremony of launching the vessel, stood upon the beautiful sloping banks of the river. Some of the loveliest daughters of our soil danced upon the deck, adored and admired by their partners in the dance and the surrounding assembly. Mrs Patton, on whom the honor of acting as priestess was conferred, stood ready with a bottle of cham pagne to baptize the "Farmer's Friend" with the sparkling' wind. The screw of Archimedes, the wedge, lover power, and every other material were applied, but alil in vain. 'lbe " Farmer's Friend remained in...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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(To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 June 1870

Sir-Permit meo, as a member of the Committeo, to express the nstonihmbinc.I : felt upon reading M?r Coter's cltter in-yoar. Iast issue. It would lippear Mr Coster nssumes that any :train of thought? which, may crawl across his own mind, or whicl; may suggest itiself asia mode of.evading-.the just censure of the subscribers to the hos pital Fund, .is to be accepted as the'result. of the deliberations of the Committee entr'?" ' ted by the public with the management, of the affairs of the propos?d Hospital:: So far. from the. Committee eontertaining, or con-. curring in any of the specious reasons ad- vanned by Mr Coster to justify his inaction. I may stant that,' among other things?,: touched upon at the. last meeting of the .Committee, it 'was determined 'that 'they should use every exertion:, to augment the funds of the proposed, institution, and the Sub-Committee was appointed to take im mediate; steps to have even two rooms eree tod; which would afford temporary relief to.. snn o ...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 June 1870

SALEXANDRA. POsT' OFFICE. , AiWYVAL AND Dr:7'4TCll OF MAILS Town. I tn i1 Ar , ivp. I tnttq Clotn, ym \ýa 1 Tuw tnY. 1+ rýl' v !'ý"ý", ýn ýCwtnr S Nlr't r .nT tnr,?av nt .?.r, an' Frliday 7* /'1 ) I t fn.T. tt l: n p.m. Vk1 W1~ton tn', 7.on.?wttn.i 1 !.. ti rAW1flF'OItIw . qln .-.9, P't1 T ITI· . tor. Thity".m. Inr'ttv't' .tt' rim ti tr. -0ti trl-nin. t titE 01nt r iny, at Pamn. t,.m. C 'rlltulnt, t Vtcitr·roill T a nnd n trp.m. lta'-nl..Mi nn'l -."wl-"'tC f·1Itri nril rio. tlrn to ht *):. das'oe har priot to tho lime nppcMlnlal for rflmdn mall., IrvW'ot fOar rn nat am hota irntun at lql, O~ue from 10 a~m., rnntman.to. Char'.,. nra',te in Vrontnri -T and undeclr, tLit Linn slid nn der. i ". ý'nl"Mtr+.-T.R meal "niter 1r T.ll(rn and imatr. ".. (.rent T~itatn ran Trct..~.,-T" anal ttnllr-, 1.; T,5 and gndrr, q. t a1 .7 .end rntlA"r ^.,. t..i T,1n analnndnr. !s. Teltw~rnphln ;MTt""nn~e rn fie rnnantittr( litrntplr ,th1a nff/i". N% "^rvnrnt of rile ora fin nn. tn:nnn to nnv, trtn'inn wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 June 1870

UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA. Establilwod 1838, PAID UP CAPI'I'TAL ... £1,250,000 RIESrRVE FUNDS ... £400.000. LIABILITY OF STIARETIOLDERS UNLIMITED. (old hnublmlt. Currentf Rate of Tnterect allowed on T)cposite, nnd General Banking Business transacted ALEXANDRAGN CI GYDfPR ESv° OUfTlK AQBNCTES.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 June 1870

Krnse's Fluid Magnesia. lrst-clt.es Certificate, Exhibition, 1862. :|Prise M edal, Exhbitltion, 1886-e , IR fUSE'S LvTUID MAGNESrA obtained t only 'rite Mednl tawnrhded by the Jurors the Exhibition nt 38C.G.nnd 1807. Mr G. Cnsmo Newhbry's a.alysla showed thi Kruse's Fluid Msrtneeia was 'richer in rltine mat teral., and nearly dollle the strength of any other Plnid 3funer.lan exhibited. Kruse's Flnid MagnesIa is pnrtllularly recom mended In all cases of drrangement of thedligestiv, organs. It ti a coreree of, ascidity t and during ,he heat of i-ummer its gentle aperient qualities ender it a Dlomestloe edicine of great value. In no _treatment of thie disorders of children.lts use will be found emot sn:othing and beneficlal. It forms a most. delicious Snmmer Dranuht taken with ] ITSE'S 8"RUP OF JEASPDERRY. AND LEMON, first adding two parts of water to one of Magnesia. For ull particulars see hand bills accompanying each bottle. TESTIMONIALS. Dear Sir,-Tanrvng made a careful comparative...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 June 1870

N 0 TT C E. L20 Reward. ,T AKEN from Mount Pleasant Station on the evening of let Juno 700 Sheen. Whosoever can give information of the person or persons driving them to Johnson's sheep yards, IrgJlnton, at the Pmolioo nnrrealo?, sl ·.:- ,l., above reward, if information lodged is sufflcient to convict. F OUND-A GOLD EAR-RING.--Tihe owner can have the same by applying at the Corner Hotel, and paying tile expense of thtisadver tisement. SCHEDULE S. To the original sharehollders in No. 2 South Durham Roof, Durham Gully. I the undersigned hereby give notice that 1 seven days from the date hereof I will make application to the Warden of the Jamleson North Subdivision of the mining District of Beeo, worth, to have the claim styled No. 2 South Durham Reef, situatedi at Durham Gully and registered by you adjuleed Forfeited. CIIRISTOIPIIE.R PA SQUIN. Alexandra, 4th June, 1870. APPLICATION FOR A TRANSFER OF PUBLICAN'S LICENSE. To the Bench 6f Magistrates at Yea. I ROBERT II. JOHNSON the hold...

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Correspondence. THE AGENT OF THE UNION BANK ON "PUBLIC MEETING AMUSEMENTS." (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 June 1870

THE AGENT OF 'IHE UNION BANK ON "PUBLIC MEETING AMUSE MENTS.. ((To tlo"Editor:) Sir-A lotter appears in your issue of Saturday last, frcm the Agent of the Union Bank at Aloxandrn-Mr J.? P BRidbriid~e the purport of which it'is difficult, it not impdssiblo; to ascertain ;-:partly,, porhapsi:, owing to its incoherence; :and 'doubtless' partly owing to its ungrammaitical cdistrub-c tion. Mr Bainbridge starts with the not novel assurance, that "' rushing into print' is especially distasteful to him." It is perhaps a pity, for the credit of his schoolmaster, that, having conquered his 'nbrmal tastes, :he has succeeded in showing thiat " rushing nit'o Lindley Murray'! must have bgen,,in , hi youthful:days: .equially..di'tdste'u?' lio. in However, making all allowance for Mr B3ainblidge's peculiar gprmmar, I take him to be desirous of proving the incorrectness of assertions made by me at the late public meeting, with regard to the injury being done and likely to accrue to the district and ...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, JUNE 10. 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 June 1870

PunLtIITED rEVRT YRIDAY "Verltas Vincit Oumnna." FRIDAY, JUNE 10. 1870, To-nAT we enter upon our third year in Alexandra, nod, according to ancient custom, we now take a retrospective and prospective view of our position. When we first arri ved' in Alexnndra we found, as is usual in nil new rushes, the carpenter with his hutn mer and saw making a tremendous noise, hbildinga were' being erected everywhere. Our Law Courts were crowded with dispu tants about the numerous incalculably rich' reefs that were: supposed .to exist in every hill. The resoutrees ?of nature: weor young and Untried: The general impression existed that?'as' 30 to 50, oz per ton had' been ob tained'from tbho ireeofs then opener', there was reason to suppose, that other reefs equally "rich ,need only be looked for to do-. velope the 'richest goldfield in Victoria, and tlhat ipdependence and fortune, ease and comfort, were vithin the reach of every pru dent, man in Alexandra. That dream of of our ,youth has pansed a...

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ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. Thursday, June 9. T. Hall, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 June 1870

ALEXANDRA POLICE-COURT. --+ Thursdsy,, June 9. T. ITall, 'Esq., J.P.) Alh. Bow v Ahi Lu-Charge of robbery with violence. For the plaintiff soveral wit nesses were called, who proved that plaintiff had been assaulted in a violent manner at Spring Creak, and. his own. evidenco, went to show that he had been obbhod of L3 Os. For the defence it was shown that plaintiff had been entrusted with L2 103 to pap for a certain license, and that under provoca tion the nssault had be~ico;nmniteil. 'Cqse dismissed. .Sheehan vy Coghill-Charge of assault. Fined L2; Ll 18s Gd costs. Coghill v Lyall-Charge of assault. Dis missed, L2 13s Gd costs. .. Cogrhill v Sheehan-Assault. Dismissed, L1 18s Cd costs. Coghill 'v )'Donaldson-Dismissed, L1 18s Od costs.

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YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 June 1870

YEA. (From a Correspondent.) Whit Monday was a remarkable day in Yea, no less than thre bachelors having entered into the bonds of matrimony on that day. Had it not been for, the gloomi- ness of the weather, no doubt some out- door festivities would have taken place; as it was, everything passed off very quietly. The squatters, as a rule, do not appaer well pleased with the now valuations. I am afraid they are too short sighted to see the advantages to be derived from the Road Board being formed into a Shire, of which there is every chance, if its present valua- tions are maintained. Owing to the success of the late tea meet- ing, I believe it is the intention of certain amateurs to commence a series of monthly entertainments, ? musical and literary   to come off ? the full moon in every month during ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 June 1870

Gebar. Samuel J. Rosseau, This hrstiarant is intended to supply .A Qulet 11eoe. A Good Table. Cility asuad Attesatlei. in will be found the best place for Dtslnaes Men' mand others who wish to avoid tha bustle, and notle of a hotel. Ja r foka* Mr. Ww ul.ee *, DISPENSING & FAMILY . Chemnist :and Dr gist T ttEORlPTTINLi edreftillyT' prepired with . Pure Drlusand O:temicals., Patent bled Ines and Toilet Artidesx always on hand.t 'Teeth 'eartfully Extracted. Orders ' Ptnctually -*1xecltted. " Mrs C. Smith's IGEINERAL STORE, G' , obr A LT, kinds of Men's and Womn's CLOTA)T ES sold' at Gredt Iargains.', ' Or r.len, i teo' lieist leserlsteiton. " mnntilrofltsanirl Quick tReturns" li the motto of Mrs Rmch'e Stern .' TJe,mes I TWLeich. TWO, PUDDLTNG ., IxCTIINES, ._. lrhsan Gally . T HTESE malchine have been carefully constructed To no to sepcre a plentiful supply of water, and with n rejgrd ior to the convenience of the miners ni thd'crenic. Expedltldd, and Low Charges are strictly ...

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WOOD'S POINT POST OFFICE. TABLE OF DESPATCH AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS BY THE YARRA TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 June 1870

WOOD'S POINT POST OFFICE. TAIILEOO 1)ESPATOTT AND ARRIt AL OF MAILS IHY TIIE YARIRA TRACK. Post Town iMthi. arrive. Malta Cloue. ncvrlIo ........ .ndayt. Wedneo. Miondiny. Wed .ontba'........ & Trldayn.o nednys. & a-. Tieale.vllle........ at It.p.m. Pm turdayo.nttrp.m Melbourne ......... freloiterd letters afid'ewsapers mulst he posted on hnlr prior to the time nppoilted for closlng the mulls. The neico Ie ' open tnttil lix o'clock every day. Sunday. ctropted. Theomnen wlllnot bopened on .nnday. lt nll let term. er. intendled for trnnsmorslon by malls deenatllhed on that day willl e forwarded, f pntdst n?lnd properly atnmped. P.lnry order. can hr obtained at thlsomre P?yahlelIn Vienorln. the' dltmeentcoionlr.. (lrc:,t nrtnofe and Irelnd. The )iotny Order omFe will hbe oen between the hours of 10 and : A lreceitrfr Tl~n o has hoon etablished at ,ir 7chlo,'. on the brihretr. Trlldo-,ftreet ; the letter .andl troerr will be clrerr. from It hanlf-tn-hour prior to thI min...

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 June 1870

(To the Editor.) Sir—As an instance of the coolest effron- tery, and a specimen of the most disingeni- ous tissue of what is not likely to be called truth, Mr Coster's letter in your last issue stands unrivalled. Indeed, this gentleman's talents are of a most inexplicable character. One is unable to decide which of two pecu- liar phases of the strange development of his mental organization more to admire. That one by which a string of circum- stances, having no foundation whatever in fact, are put together with a cogency which is astounding; or, that other equally curious faculty which enables the owner to obli- terate from the tablets of his memory every trace of recent actual occurrences; the latter, however, may be held to be in some way conneoted with professional etiquette, and is excusable in a lawyer. This talented gentleman cleverly avoided the sad disasters of the U. T. Flat Company in a manner somewhat resembling the escape of a Lon- don grocer from the terrible barbaritie...

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THE PUBLIC ECHO TO "BEAUTIFUL SNOW." [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 June 1870

TIHE PUBLIC ECHO TO ' BEI UI'IFUL -..... - SNOW." A lady corrospondent, says the Ballarat Courier, bus sent us the following as an "echo" to "A Fallen W toman's' Story," as recently published in our columns : Poor lone one, dejected one, Could'st thou but know What thousands admire Your " Beautiful Snow." It perhaps might a soothing, A cordial impart, And blunt the keen edge Of remorse in thine heart. Poor, frail, erring sister. )Oh, many there be. That (had'st thou hnt liyed) Would have comforted thee,. But the flat went forth ]From the King on his 'Throne, And with power, yet in love, Whispered " Iaughter come home." You believed in the Saviour, Regretted your sin, And the germ of salvation Was stirring within. When you wrote with such pathos The " Beautiful Snow," And felt like an outcast With nowhere to go. Oh ! sad was thy fate, And gloomy thy lot, And when the snow falls Thou wilt not be forgot. We will hope and believe At your desolate end, The Saviour was husbhad, And brothe...

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Original Poetry. LINES ON A SWIPER TAKING THE PLEDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 June 1870

LINES ON A SWIPEIl TAKING TnE PLEDGE. The news flew like fire that the Pledge hle had taken, All Ilis thirsty companions for ever forsaken, And the vendors of liquor were loud in their wall, When they heard the old fellow was done with his ale. For the Demons of Drink, like wolves on the fold Had arrayed them for rapinc in scarlet and gold And the wiles they employed were as charming to see As tie sirens of old on the Isles of the Sea. Like thieves in the city when plunder was rife, Those vendors of liqunr rejoiced in their life ; Now like thieves in the city when out upon bail, Those vendors do naught but their sad fate bewail. For raffles ait swindles are part of their trade And to trap the poor toper excuses are made. Mock matches ,nt billiards and catchpenny shows, To lighten his pockets and lengthen his woes. As he passes the loor of each grog-swilling ken, Iio hears the wild shouts of the hal -drunken men, But the chain that once bound him has broken its links, And there's no ...

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Alfred Emerson, Esq., solicitor, Alexandra. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 June 1870

Alfred Emerson, Esq., solicitor, Alexandra. sir,-1 have to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 25th of May instant, and have to say that your explanation of your letter to the Alex andra Times is by'no means satisfactory to me. t'he last part of the libel complainedof states as a fact that which is falso and libellous-via.. that an opinion hero wae universal that the magistrates wished to get rid of1' the present poundkeeper to replacce him by anolder. This is a direct charge of corruption in office, and if true should subject me and my brother mngistrato to removal from the commission of the pence. The manner in' which it is printed, by italicising certain words, is intended to convey the impression that you were well acquainted with all the circumstances involved in such a charge; and nothing but a public :ack nowledgcment that you now find that this 'charge is false and you regret having published the slander will be satisfactory to my feelings. S"I am, Sir, your obedie...

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Alexandra, May 25th, 1870. John P. Rowe, Esq., Mount Battery, Mansfield. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 June 1870

Alexandra, May 25th, 1870. John P. Rowe, Esq,, Mount Battery, Mansfield. Sir,-Mr John Whitelaw, the oditor of the Alex andra Times newspaper, has just handed me a letter received by him from you, in which you requestlhim to furnish you with the name of the writer of a letter which appeared in last week's issue of said paper, signed "One who was present in Court," and in which you say that said letter charges you with corruption in, your oflice of a justice of the peace. In the first place, I beg to inform yon that I am the writer of the said letter, I being the solicitor for the defenuo in'M'Neil v. Duteater. And secon dly permit me to express my regret that you or anyone blse should think the said letter made any such charge, against you or your brother magistrate. I may howevor state that the said letter was written by me in a great hurry, and ,I will also admit that on to:day going carefully over it. I see thatt i is possible that some people might put such a construction upon it...

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Alexandra, June 1, 1870. John P. Rowe, Esq., Mount Battery, Mansfield. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 June 1870

- /i Alexnneru, June 1, 1870. John P. Iowe, Esq., Mount Battery; ,Alanfield. Sir,-in anssrer to yours ofthe 31st ult., I beg to riter~ tfli, 'ir d'rt bofmy former 1?tter tb yrio ron the subject'o.t ny lettcr to the Alexandra Twtes sined " One who was present in Court"-namely, that on reading the last.named letter (my attention having been called to its possible construction). I regret having written it so hurriedly as to render it open to a constr'ction I did not at anytime intend it to bear-that is, the implied imputation of cor rnption to you or any other magistrate on the fansfleld Bench. Ilepeating that I did not intend any such imputa tion, that I accord to you the liberty to publish this letter, or that if you desire I will see to the publishog of it myself in the paper which contained the letter which occasioned you annoyance. I have zothing further to say, than that if you are not yet satisfied you must adopt whatever course may seem advisable to you. I am, Sir, your obedien...

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