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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) ALEXANDRA'S WANTS—MANSFIED'S INDIGNATION—AND THE UNION BANK'S PRICE FOR GOLD. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 June 1870

LnrArrftiuiilenrte. (To the Editor.)i ALEXANDRA'S. WANTS-MAINS FIED'S INDIGNATION-AND. THE' UNIWON. BANK'S PRIOE: FOIL GOLD.: (To tUhe Editor.), Sir-On my return from a.distant Court. of Mines, over trackless snowfields. 'and through the freezing cold of the Gipps Landi mountains, I have been aomewhlatsurpiised and considerably amused to find this cis-. alpine region at almost boiling point, In.. deed,. Mansfield's indignation threatens pre mature desiccation to the doomed.yet wilfuL Alexandra,. for having raised her complain ing wail, and exposed her pressing wants. I. am not about to follow or even notice the, angry assertions of the half-dozen. amiable. .hIt.i?temperate genl19men 'who hava oxpres.. sed their inmdignation in public meeting, and, through the columns of the Mansfield-cum,. Benalla newspaper, lest peradventuro.when. the promise of their "ex-Benalla" journal. has ripened into fulfilment, "a worse eiiL may come upon us." Nor do I think it necessary or incumbent on. Ale...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOOD'S POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 June 1870

WOOD'S POINT. I-4--- (From our own Correspondent) The past week has been one of incessant rain, which has flooded out all the claims in, the bed of the Goulburn. The creeks are higher than they have been known for years. A large number of miners have been swamped out, and most of them will he unable to work their claims until summer comes round. The Hope strike still continues and will continue until such time as the men get what they consider fair wages. The miners working in the surrounding districts have acted most liberally in coming forward with subscriptions to enable the Hope men to hold out against the unjustifiable attack that has been made on them by most unscrupu lous individuals here, whioh has induced, the Hope Directors to bring about the pre sent state of affairs. Stringer's Creek dis trict is being appealed to to aid in keeping the strike up, and, from the promises made,. it is anticipated a good round sum will be sent over. The sale of the right, title, and interest...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 June 1870

( To ' the Editor.) Sir,--The purport of n letter published lately in your paper, written by me and signed "One who was in Court", having blin miaunderstood:by J. P. Rowe, Esq., :ofMansfield, who seemed to consider that the snid letter imputed improper motives to the Mansfield fBench in the decision in the case " M'Neil v Dunster", and I having explained that the said letter was not inten ded to impute any sych motive,, I now at Dr. Rowe's desiro publish the correspondence relating 'thereto, which has heretofore been published in tho Alansfield Independent, and which fully explains the whole matter. -ý I .am, Sir, your obedio:t servant, .... . ALrLRED H. EsiutSON.

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DURHAM GULLY, SPRING CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 June 1870

DURIADI GULLY, SPRING CREEK.L (From a Correspondent.) Several parties have returned to this place, after trying several other rushes, and I am glad to say they are doing well, and theret is now ovary prospect of the lost load being discovered. -Dewson and party, I am told, washed` nearly 1 lb. wight of gold from ] Inoads of dirt. on Saturday lest. The reefs here are looking first-rate. The parcel. of stone from the Durham reef,. which is at present being crushed, is expected, to give a good return. They are raising splendid stone at the Albion. Fitzgerald and party have not yet struck the reef in their second. shaft after sinking. 70 feet, and they are now driving. In Daley and D. Qýghill's claim thle reef has. been got at ru-pohr o _70 . _ iilfpI_, ,io la _ _.'neit report. ''

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 June 1870

, ,, (To te .Editor.) Sir,-- rather admire consistency,'whether in an editor, a shire councillor, an anti immigiation advocate or ' any other man"; but, after perusing your issue of the 17th iustant, I cannot compliment you on the poasession of that virtue. Week after week the question has been dinned into our ears by you---as almost any issue of tho A lexan dra 7imes for the past six months will tea-. tify--W]y doesn't the Shire Council do this, that, and the other thing. Prominently amongst other: subjects-Why doesn't the Council agitato'for the 'establishment of Courts, telegraphio communication, and a daily .4ii ? Yet ;in the face of this you coolly turn round and tell us in your last issue that this same Council has been guilty of a " betrayal of trust, and the most cruel trea chery" (fie.1 fie1 Mr Editor, I'm shocked) in endeavouring ,to augment the population of the shiro, and in 'discussing the immigra tion or any other questioneboyond the con struction and repairs of roads ...

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YEA ROAD BOARD. Wednesday, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 June 1870

Y. BYA ROAD BOARD. Wednesday, June 15. SPresent-Messrs G. Grant (Chairman), Ker, McLeisb, Siith, aid Doyle. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confiimed. On the motion of Messrs Ker and McLeish, Mr Hamea's resignation was accepted. Moved by Mr Ker, seconded by Mr Grant, "That the Clerk be authorised to obtain from Messrs Evans Brothers a. suffi: cient quantity of stationery for the immediate antts of the Board." Carried. Moved, by M'Ir 1er, "seconded by Mr McLeib, "That the letter from the Seccre tary of the Creswick Shire Council with reference to assisted imminration be acknow ledged, and that he be informed that this Board will take the necessary steps to for ward such a desirable object." Carried. Moved by Mr Ker, seconded byh Mr Grant, "That the Alexandra Shire Council and Seymour Road Board be requested to co. operate with this Board in its efforts to ob. tain the proclamation of a main road from Tallarnok to King Parrot Creek." Carried. Mr Doyle did not vote on...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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GROWLER'S GULLY. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 June 1870

GROWLESR'S GULLY. (From our own Correspondent.) This place has "greatly improved of late. Several. fresh runs of gold hove been dis covered at the upper end of the gully. As much, as an ounce to the load, has been obtained from several of the claims. The Chignon Company. washed up about 30 loads, which yielded 15 dwt to the load. About 200 loads, of washdirt are put through Taylor's machine every week, the whole yielding a return of from 3 to 15 dwt to the load. Two more machines are in course of erection. Some of the deep lead claims are paying fair wages. The Golden Gate is looking well. The lust washing from this claim went 11 dwt to the load: The reofs arcund 'hero' are also looking remarkably well. Some good stone is being raised from the ;Chnllenger, and the Try Again is being vigorously worked by Bloom field and party. A. now rush has taken place at MIerton,. about one mile. south of Nolan's. The sinking is 50 feet, wet. The prospectors are .Ryan Brothers, and they have spare...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 June 1870

UNION flANK OF ATUSTRALIA. IFatnb~lithed I .R. PATT) UP CAP'T'I'AL £1,!30o,ooo ItitSrRVE FUNDS ... £400.000. 'LIABILITY OF Sri AllEIIOLJ)E1S UINLIMITED. Gold bin)ht. l i.'Cnrr'rit rntr of Tnte'rrt nllnwcd on Drpolit. nnd GenOeral Banl:iung Businoen trnnsactcd of ther ALEXANDRA l CODEREEY'S CREEK A C NCT ,S. TO 'ADVERTISfTEI'S -Adrerticsmet canne 1w, wtltvlraiv* lbleore the time rxpirc" for which -tlhity h1ve bleen prdcrcd. Jo n crs wlhcre the numtit t -t, "' ii mc t Rpcrifii'il adveirt mot.c will. ciiitcrnnuoh rlr Quurttrly ndrear onto inionriy inserted unles It rti , atop them is tent.

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WOOD'S POINT POST OFFICE. TABLE OF DESPATCH AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS BY THE YARRA TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 June 1870

WOOD'S POINT POST OFVICE. *AJl1 .IYF tCr|PATrolf gANf Ar ItKIIVLL O.IAT". tt o--" ......... . . t . . Mr l.e I Ouovlov. .Mn to. %Toodyay. WVoa Tn'ar-,e? ,........ .,ny. ,rlaaye.I narldayp. & Hn. Ientlrrille ......... A t Ol. I.m. turdalyA.at p.m Nelbourne ... ?Tn(..errd Iletern nod nw pornaer, mllnt he peaota' ona loae prinr ln the tll le aoi?nlrtld for co~linoLe th iannl. 'The o nre I opeln as -It Aix o'clock every in)y, S(IaInay cee:-p'eat. Tiae nielr aII noat t,.orneoaralOn RtlalArny* tial nil Itetfrw. ke. neFnleda fr trnt .llautair,s a y mt tle diiaatiia hed on hlnt ahoy wtll Ie fonrwolrled. Itf poetel nnd ilraparlv "tnmpled. Ionewy ,eralm cnn I? ,?atoel tn olt thin t ory a pnvhlem n Viltetarli. te nl)ncrtint eolnnlo. airent lrltainr nntl lrelaana. TlTe .toney Order oftiee will ie open Ietwee: the hoarn of 10 nd l:. A tI:eelvtna Tlnre lie Ierta r.fnhltlishl at Br 70ehao'. an Ihle brhar|,'. tIrde.o-t eret: aho lteter, ond - rai wrill tie il a'rea, fen it 11il-annouoaar pr...

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GHIN GHIN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 June 1870

GHIN GHIN CHURCH.   Sir-Eighteen months ago a building was purchased and fitted up (the funds being sup- plied by public subscription) for the purpose of celebrating divine worship in connexion with the Wesleyan Methodists. and was called the Ghin Ghin Church. T'his church was under the charge and care of the would- be Rev. Messrs Donnes, who principally con- ducted the service. This public building was ruthlessly destroyed and carried away on the day and before Mr Michael Donnes took his brother's family away. I ask Mr John Donnes, and also Mr Michael Donnes, the custodians of this place of worship, if they sold this property, to whom, and by what authority? If so, how the proceeds have been applied ? Also, what has become of the fittings and the bible, which were purchased by subscription ? I am, Sir, &c., A GHIN GHINITE.

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ALEXANDRA WARDEN'S COURT. Wednesday, June 22. (Before Mr Warden Akehurst.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 June 1870

ALEXAN DRA WAIlDE.'i COURT. Wednesday, June 22. (Before Mr 'Warden Aklehurst.) Eagles and Gruby v Illain-An adjournled cas?o . Plaintiff Eought to recover L00(JO, value of a cirtain allotment of ground at Gobur, purchased from defendant for L97 103. on which they had erected a sub stantial building, but were dispossessed through imperfect title. Mr Emerson, for the defence, objected to the jurisdiction of the Warden. The power of the Court only extended to parties disputing ground for mining purposes or business sites, but this referred to drapery not provided for by the Act. Mr V. Smith, for plaintiffs, re plied that L97 30s had been paid for the ground to defendant, and that the Act pro. vided a remedy to the extent of L100. That was the reason why his client had not sued for a much larger amount. That the ground was held under a miner's right, and they were not sueing for damage done to draptry, but for the money they had actually paid defendant, who had been onl able 4. give wha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 June 1870

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Thursday, June 23. Stabbing Case. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 June 1870

I Thursday, June 23.. Stabbing Case. Doctor O'Connor, of Gddfrey's Creek, was charged with stabbing John 'Stillman, of Alexandra. John . Stillman, who was carried into Court in a weak state from the effect of. the wounds inflicted, stated on oath-Was'at Bridsted's house on the 13th June, when Dr O'Connor was pushed out. O'Connor had been turned out of Bridsted's for ill-using a sick woman there. -He wont away, and came ;back again. Went to prevent him going into the house. He shaped at me in a (fighting attitude. I knocked him down with my fist. Ho got up and closad with me. Ho threw his left arm over my shoulder, [and stabbed me. Tho belt pro duced was cut in two at the same time. I throw him on the ground. I was over him. Mrs Veen came, and was going to strike him. I said, "Don't strike him, or hurt him." I rose up, and found blood running down my boots. Walked some distance away. Called out to stop prisoner, as he had stabbed me. William Atkin caught him, and took the knife from ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 June 1870

PUNT FOR SALE. MONDAY, JULY 4, 1870, Mr M. REaphael B EGS to announce thathe has received positive instructions to sell thle t'unt, latoly floated on the Goulburn, known as the Farmers' Friend. The proprietors of this vpluablo property finding that they cannuot pull together in the same boat, have resolved to sell tie Punt by Public Auction to the highest bidder. ''The immense population which is rapidly gather ing to this district; the number of settlers on the banks of the Goulburn, the fact that the best and nearest road to and from Yea is over this punt, andl the general prosperity of the whole district, clearly point out that this pu(t will shortly become one os the most valuable proplerties in the district, and ensure not only a good return for money invested in it, hulo will make the fortunate purchaser independent lor the remaoinder of hhil days. To any man with a small capital the auctioneer can with safety recommeond this a the best opportunity for ivestment tht hat hs pre...

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ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 June 1870

ALEX AN T)TI A POST OFFICE. A)? I?7C'L AN!) I)FSPITC'If OF MAILS Tcwo". )tnlttAi'i'f. MaCTo C!~r, `", -I r.1 "* . io". .tii. i ~-" vI -'* . .10n l'~t"r I` 11»,n! A^'1 '1" nr rA' At .' lrl 1'rtdsp )i"e.ih-".in.n J 11 :it= l1'.'". pitn. vi, Me-tonm tn' Tilanati'if~ orn'l'a point ', n^.1 i*'d In.. "n. 'ntu7'!:iy. at jn. At I.' .m. n Slibt'ftwt'ue ) L'1C apapern and rr~tttrr.·1'·( ar er rertnlrrrt to to~ iOtcd one hlulr prior to the tIlm"" ippointed if finr in;! j~enM oni' n o1tt ni' Iir rn'tnliil (itt tid thist'l trom 10 a.7n.. IA n .m. Cfuar'm pun:Alt' In i'ft'frita -I.; ruid .mTlrr. flt 1.10 and nniren. la. SoClnnntin-TZ wRt Iluili TICrr' .itlin l indt.ur 2u. (Ireu Irfutnin nut lirrln.ui'-T.'- niil t ii . if : T.' nn't uinder',. in: : 1.7 nu'rl tn""rr, R, tCA: TICo nutd nnrr. !a. Te0ImIi'phklr Mt .tuL'r. t'n ne irnnnmifftrrf tlrhrighl thlis ncnrienn rarm'flt oi fti' feet' ndu pA. fIn"e. It aw ytututiii withln lit' trinny* N. S. WnT"a. ."n-ttt Aitmtrtll. tid QIIttivliJtd. Maist vin. M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 June 1870

DI NING ROOMti , a-.- ' Ganobur. S' Samuel J. Rosseau, This ]cetuarant is intended to supply A Qulet Isrouse. A Gfom Table. Civility stsast Attention. It will .be foudI the host. place for Business Men and others who wish t. avoid the bustle and noise of a hotel. DISPENSING & FAMIXY Chemist " and DTrggist PjREFSCI:IPTLONS 'carefully proepared with S Pure Dru-s and Cirimlcal.. Patent lfod r- % ann/Llrer A-ticted n war ýrand):k ,ýý1 ;.ý _- ,.._ . T: eeth cartful l Extracted. Orders Punctually Executed. Mrs C. Smith's [GE ..ERAL STORE, GsbuW LT, kinds of Men's and Women's CLOTHES S sold at Great Iarealins. rnceries oss the" eat Des~crliptlon. ". Smnll Profit' and Quick Returns" is the motto of Mrs Simithl's Store, TWO PTTDDLTTNr MA?FI[NES, .)Durlessisn Gull' T ITETSE mnchin' : have heen enrifully ronatrceted T so as to ?(rll"n a pl¢.nt:ful supply of water, and with due rennrd to the convenience. of the miners on the crleok. " " Expedition, and Low Charges are strictly adhered t...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1870. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 June 1870

e PnId t ,l IED 1 R £ Ii" DAY raunr.taarta rSvF.nr vR5PAY V trltais VlrcIt Onanla. FRIDAY; JUNE 24. 157O. Novta and 5qneralt itu. The important motion to be brought be fore the Shire Council next sitting by the President of the Shire, for borrowing L500 on debentures to make main roads, bridges, and build a Shire IHall, should receive the serious consideration of the Councillors. Thero is a great deal to be dlone to make our roads available for heavy rind continuous traffic, and it is only reasonable and just that the rising generation, and 'lthose who may hereafter settle in the district, should bear .a share of such expenditure. The net authorises the borrowing of money, payable within any period not exceeding 23 years, and although L5000 may seem a largo sum to get into debt, we 'nre under the impres sion that every intelligent ratepayer will np. prove of the motion which Mr Peterkin in tends to lay beforo the Council on Tuesday evening next. A fourpenny rate would pay off the L5...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 29 July 1870

"r Veritsm Vlnacl Omisla."' FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1870. 'Wi were consideorbly startled a fe'w weeks ago upon reading in the Argue a statement of the modest request of dafes-ra Justice, Cherry, and Hogarthb, io"ilallowed to take up, for miiing-puijioses, 40 miles of the Goulburnriver-i but our as'onishment was ,Oemal at allayed by the alleviate mordifi cation of the demand to an extent of 10 pliles. The applicants propose to cut a canal tl~rougl which the whole body of the waters of the river will flow, leaving the bed dry and open for mining operations, which will be carried on in the river bed and on the north bank. This is certainly the most extensive project that has been Initiatedin this districtr, anu la dlaervhtg ft the attention and encouragement of the Mining Department, and the prompt and hearty support of the inhabi. tants of the immediate locality of opesa, tiani. ?or those engaged in general business at or near the place of operations of the pro. jcoted scheme, tleo advantage...

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WOOD'S POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 29 July 1870

WOOD'S POINT. (From our own Correspondent.) The week has been one of indifferent weather, and although similar in its changes to previous on es has not passed off without something remarkable happening. On Saturday morning, betwen I antd 2 a.m., a smart shock of an earthquake was felt. The noise appeared as if a large dray or waggon was passing over a wooden bridge. The shook lasted for about a minute,. and during the time tie vibra. tion of the earth was such as to cause a commotion among the china. As far as my memory can serve me, this is the first shock of earthquake that has been felt here. On Thursday morning the report of the death of Mr George Birrol, jun., of OGaffey's Creeks and latj of Jamleson, was widely circulated in the township, and upon inquiry proved to be only too true. Mr Bltrel,was at one time storeman with Messrs Justlre Brothers a subsequently, with Mr James Miller, and during the time he has been in the stores mentioned had earned for himself universal respec...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 29 July 1870

Somo of the ratepayers of Gobur have ,nominated Mr Tindall Macintyre as an op, position candidate to Mr Villoneuve Smith at the forthcomning annual election. We have reason to believe that some of the individtals who signed M11 Macintyro's nomination paper did so as n joke, for a bit of fun. This kind of joke has been practisod too freely already by the Goburites, which they have found to be to their serious injury. We cannot imagine that the sensible, intelligent business peoplen of Gobur will join in a fairce or joke which will do serious injury to the distiict. In the first place, Mr Macin tyro has no interest in the people or pros perity of Gobur, his sympathies being iden tified with Thornton. Secondly, if elected he could not hold his seat, as he has not the necessary qualification. Thirdly, this gen tleman's peculiar style of oratory is not cal culated to saiso the dignity of the Alexandra Shire Council, but, on the contrary, would certainly add to the disgraceful bioker:ngs ...

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