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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 February 1871

, IRE TO ldE I .ADZ.O1R A TI - i-t LE .n.. Goutf Illhei?nIstl., ltt enl nr e tentt anlt A cure of these Corlt stias is wltilan the reach of tile nost Ihumbl, by tomu.thig the o t' l tcid surwrith salt tadnl SWarm Water, ntld rubttllli in ufollotwny's itillenot twirce plday. TilOlunttn s hav been cured who looked upon out and ltheamatlim se iucnrler . Th. e same treatment pShould be employed fur ithe dslicrolon ofcihatlk oones, asld. Sallpainfnl enlariernoeits or ilntifss oftbiseJuin t neuch .-cases the l'll shouid be takeit aordlng to the printed dlrections.. t S aland Zegs, lad Bn'sesatss, us'stSlsceratlons of The cure of ulcers lhas won or iioloway's Cittmonit an -mperlslhble reput.ltlon, as this Ointmenitt will statore any Scase howeverbad to sounltness, alany baut legs arise frout Imprudences, Ihaplpening several years belore and nlmtoat forgotten; lr. then, there o any edoubt sna to tie origin of thle sores the patlent shoult reed etreftlly uhllut Is written' on secondary sympt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 February 1871

A M ATE U R .-o0 . conjuention with the members of RADFORD'S BAND, 1 dado h iret, ELDORADO MIOTEL,. ALEXANDRM, on MONDAY EVENING, February. 13, 1871. UNDER INFLUENTIAL PATRONAGE. -o ?4ROGO-.Lr +V1 ?. P.E4 LI-R· 2. Prevlous to the rising of the curtain, the Orohestra under the leadership of Mr H. Lee, will. perform the Celebrated O V R TU. R E to, THE CALIPH OF- BAGDAD. o Tfl.Performpnee will commence with. the. admired' peCti Comedy, entitled HUNTING A TURTLE. Mr Turtle.... ., .....Mr C. James. Smatter ... ... ", . ?M?r N. 11 Whlitelaw Heon. Mr. Levison ... Mr T. Monalian. Timothy Dandellon ... .. Mr O. P. Whitelnw. Mrs Turtle. ... ... LADY' AMAEUrh. **w*-----~ PART IF. GRAND MUSICAL MELANGE 1 Song-" Srunn Days" ..... . fr R. TIORNTON Song (Comru),-- "l?gmet"- (U .D r P Song .. ......... . lir.. SMIIT solo, EngtllahConcertina,-Seectto s..fro? ?'N.ormoa?'-Mr s>ng-?'ryings ?sopper ... ,.. ." r JLOG?O Comic DUty-" Joe Bowers"... ... Afr J, P. VPIVEN BravuraSong-- NtlDesperandum"- ,M...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 February 1871

When a marriage takes place in Alexan dra, a number of rude, vulgar, mischievous boys assemble in the evering at the house of the:newly-married couple, and with empty kerosene cans, howling, shouting, and making all meanner of u3narthly. noises, die-, turb not only the neighbourhood, but the whole respectable portion of the township. This is what these hrrikins call 'tin hket tling" them. An affair of this kind canle off in our neighbourhood a few nights ago. We were leading at the time, and tried srm king. l'his aflorded no relief. The hideous noise, of the urcllins became unbearable, and just as we meditated finding shelter by walking into the bush a mile or two, Mr A. Armstrong came to the rescue, and we take this opportunity of thanking him as a public benefactor. Mr Armstrong made a rush upon these young scoundrels, over a dozen, just as they were in the very height of their glory, and by the smart application of a hunting whip to their legs made them drop their musical instrum...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 February 1871

PUBLIC A'l T" 110)N id ilovtLd to tliu .CIIOICE A!ND VAI!ICL) ASSORTMENTII;T of DRAPER Y, CLOTh ING, and NOW ON VIEW AT J3. PETERKINI'S CeGO AN-STIE ET, ALEXAND.ltA.. which for VARIETY, CIIEAPNESS. and EXTENT, Is :not Surpasscd cut of Meolbourne. Customers are iLTvarialnly .attified with their l)urchlnsxe, tlertly l loving that the princil,ie autinl I d to in thJis est:,blislhnc t of hiving;.Good Vqalue is ~i ,rii ct onul ''The , oouds kLtt in stock arts "irst Class. and ti.(- pri'cs lare ret.gtllutel wth a view to Extensive Iun in(ss. The incrc (a d U4llOUnt of valehs that cr1ated rende'r' fr:rtwrant add itilns to Inthe stock neciesary, COIeneqet(lllly the fswest Goods are avlwuys coming ltiwurd. --4---- D E P A RT M E N T'S: S illSk, Shawls, and Mantles, All the Newesu De.igna and Styles. Linens, ICalicoos, Sheetings, Flannenols, Blnkets, Quilts, Tn all thlt b.:rt mcakes, anud in all qua.lities IIOSI EItY, GLOVES, 1AIIlT IIDASIIEIRY, Q' RIMMirýG ,, MILLINERY, I'LOWERlS, RIBBONS, L...

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MR. DUFFY AT ALEXANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 February 1871

MIR. DUFFY AT ALEXA.NDRA. Mr Duffy addressidiisbout 200 of the eloc tors of Dalhousie at the Eldorado Hotel on Tuesday evening last. Mr Coster was voted to the chair. The Chairman having briefly introduced the candidate, Mr Duffy, who was received with some cheering, said that he had been an invalid for over two months, and nothing but the strong representation of a number of friends had induced him to travel over the very rough roads which he had to do to reach Alexandra. For upwards of three years he had been the representative of Dalhousie, and since its commencement he had been a member of the Parliament of Victoria, In reviewing his aots since he last addressed them he felt somewhat embarrassed as to where to commence. At the last,'election the question of the greatest importance was the settlement of the people on thi lands of the country. He then held certain views with regard to the land questioqr which he had endeavoured to attain, and' did attain -the settlement ot men on ...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 February 1871

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY   "Veritas Vincit Omnia"     FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1871. Our late deputation of Councillors to Mel- bourne presents one or two peculiar features of much interest to the people of the Shire of Alexandra. Mr Coster and Mr Peterkin were the deputation we have referred to. On the subject of subsidy to main roads, these gentlemen submitted to the Hon. Mr Wilson, Minister of Railways and Roads, whether he would on the plans and specifications of Mr Downey, who had been appointed " Inspector of Works," allow the usual Government as- sistance. The reply to this was an emphatic " No." He could not override the act, which expressly laid down that such plans and specifications must be prepared by a duly   qualified engineer. He would, however, accept of Mr Downey'e plans for re-erecting the Darlingford bridge, as that was a special grant, and did not come under the new act, being a case of emergency. From this it will be...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 February 1871

-0 (To the .Edton)1 Sir--Referrinpg to the report based on a statement of M~ ]'etorkin, late President of tho Shiro, to the effect that Mlr Dufy,.when applied to to, take some action in reference to local requircemnts, said he would have nothing to do with us, owing to the shameful manner in which he had been treated at the last election. Mr Duffy explained the matter to several gentlemen who called upon him at Alexandra on Tuesday week last Af?irming what Mr Peterkin hdi reported, but pointing out that the meter in which he was asked to act 'wns in elation to an application of Utr Henry Perlins for land. My Duffy said that Mr Porline was one of the persons who had 1romnsod him his sup part at that election, and Aas one of a comn mitteo of Q6 formed to secure his return. That after making these promises, Mr Per kins had worked agairst him, and instead of poUling OQ out of 100 votes in the district, as promised, he had rot votes to the extent of one-half the number on his committee. ...

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MINING NEWS. Luckie Gully. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 February 1871

MINING NE WS.. -4--. Luckie Gully. T.he Prospecting claim is, continuing at.. work on tribute,• and opening up old, work.. ings to get their old.roof gain.. Some splendid stone has been 'got this, week in the Albert claim, No, 2'Luokie. The tributers are hard at work in the. Ajax claim. Someoknowing ones have made heavy wagers. that atone going 2.0ozto, they ton will.be raised in a fortnight. The Junction, tributers are sinkinga. new shalt to work the Leviathan claim, and are. about 80.feet down. The prospects of the Mysterious claim are; very encouraging. Some excellent atone. is, now being raised, Robinson Cruso. Gully. Tho returns from the Apeley claim are, never recorded, so that we cannol arrive at the proper estimate of the vplup of the pros. perry.. The Portia claim. is being. satisfactorily. worked under the now management. Water. light, sinkinking good, and bottoming, 'loo~k4i for. by the end of.next week. Pennington's . party are continuously iat. work, but until.mnachinxr...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT LOWER THORNTON. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 February 1871

PUB3LC MEETING AT LOWER r T'IORNTON. ----o0--- - A large and influential meeting of rate- a payers was held at the schoolroom, Lower I Thornton, on Monday last, tho 13th inst., c for the purpose of taking into consideration the projected sale of the Eildon punt by the r Aloxandra Shire Council. "Mr Q. ?. Christie I was voted to the chair. The Chairman, in opening th- oHbjohe, ro d marked that the matter about to be laid be, fore the meeting for their consideration wea L one of great importance to the people of f Thornton, for it appeared from a report of j. the proceedings of the Aloxandra Shire Coun- t cil, that it is the intention of that body to a dispose of the Eildon punt by auction. Now, h they were all aware of the trouble, inconve- d nience, and expense to which teams and travel- ii lers, and more particularly the people of Thorn- r ton had been placed by thomismanngemer.t of r the Eildon puns during last winter, and h that if it became the property of a private o individual...

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WARDEN'S JUDGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 February 1871

WARDEN'S JiUDGMENT. The. following decision in the case of .Perry and Another v. Marlo and Another was delivered by Warden Akohurst in the Warden's Court, Alexandra, on Wednesday last, the 8th instant : Perry and Another v. Merlo and Another -In this case defendants took up two men's ground originally, and, intending to hold ordinary quartz claims, loescribod them in their registration as " block quartz" claims. This misdescription is sought to be held sufficient to avoid the entire taking up, and complainants seek a declaratiok of forfeiture and an order for possession. The learned counsel for complainants referred me to a yet unpublished report of "O'Sullivan v Clarke,"' November, 1868, and I postponed my decision to enable sme to see that report. I have not been able to do so, and having bad inquiry made, find it is not yet in type. I do not therefore feel justified in waiting - longer, especially as this is my last official visit to this Court. In the case of '' The Scottish Com...

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YEA ROAD BOARD. Wednesday, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 February 1871

"%EA ROAD BOARD.. Wednesday, February 8. P8reent---Messrs Cairns (Chairman), [Ker, 1oyle, Grant,. and McLeish, The minutes of the meeting held on the 11th January. last were read and confirmed. Moved by Mr Cairns, seconded by Mr grant, "That tenders be called for the works os the Whittlesoa road, as recommen ded by the Enginaor'a reolrt, the enrm to bh . expended not to exceed 75 per cent. of the amount on the estimates for the road." Carried. Moved by Mr Grant, seconded by Mr M'Loish, "That Mr Edward Smith be ap pointed )Dog Officer to this Board, remunera tion to be half the fees and half the fines qollected." Carried. Moved by Mr Grant, seconded by Mr Doyle, "That the Engineer be instructed, to prepare plans and specifications fbr cutting a road round the Dald Hil, Ghin Ghin, and that tenders be called for the construction of said work forthwith." Carried. Moved by Mr Cairns, seconded by D?r M''Leisb, "T' hat the Engineer be instructed to call for tendcrs for the draining and for...

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ALEXANDRA WARDEN'S COURT. Tuesday, February 14. (Before W. Butler, Esq., Warden.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 February 1871

ALEXAN1hRA WARDEN'S COURT.: Tuesday, February 14. (Before W. Butler,. Esq.., Warden.) O'Sullivan v.lMonarch G.M. Company.-. Mrr Smith,. instructed by Mr Emerson,. for,. plaintiff ;. Mr Coster for. defendants. R. Bennett, sworn-Anr one of the direc., tors in the Monarch G.M. Company, regis tered in Deepmber,. last. It consists of 20, men's grouJd. Have seen two, fouir, and six men working on same. It has never. been. worked by 20 men. to ,my knowledge. D. O'Sullivan, sworn-A m.the complain. not in this case. Produce my.miner's right. Know the ground in di3puto. Ain.working in the adjoining claim. No work.has been done on the ground since the 22nd of De. comber. Prior to that date asnmany as four.. men have been working by contract. A'm. not in conjunction with any one in this, case. - A. G. Mloon, sworn-Am manager of the Monarch claim now in dispute. I pro.. duce registration of. aqrulgamqtion and certi ficate of dorporatlon. As many as six men bhavo boon working the ground at one ti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 February 1871

TIL)LIU ATTENSTION i finrTftd to 0I12 CHOICEi AND VARIIED ASSQRTUENT DRAPER Y, C1LOTfHIRN %G, N .oW O! VIy . AT J. PETERKIN'S rOGIANT-STI:ELT, ALEXANDZlA. which for ;. YAztIY, CHIEAPNESS. aeq ELTE NT, 1s not Surpassed out of Melbourne. CustomPrs arp invariably satisfied with their |tmrclhtei, thereby proving that the principle adhetud to in this estubliohment of siving~Good Value is thl ccrrect one T'he goods le'pt in stock aro rirst Class. and tLo prices are regulutcn with a view to Extensive J3usiz:est. 'T'he increased umount of sales thus created renders frequent add Sitions to the etock necrEsary, consequently "- hthe Newest Goods are always ~oming ýorwuhTd. DELPA JT MBNTST : silks, s1Iwls, and Mantles, All the Newee:Deaigns and Styles. Linens, {Calicoes, Sheetings, : ' lannela, Blankets. Quilts, : n all tho beat {nukes, an4 in till qualitieos ' OST ERY, QLOVES, 1lAPERIDASHERy '..'R.LUIII NG E, y4ILLJNERY, FLOWERtS, LACES, pARASOLs, COLLARS, &o. A bPLEN1)ID CHOICE. L. ad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 February 1871

ALEXANDRA RACES ANNUAL MEE:1ING, 1871. TlURSPAY AND FRIDAY, 22rd & 24th February. itewards: ire G. Whitie Mr .T. Downey, ir V; WV. Smithi, Mr J. ('roint, a Air J. WVhi?ttw, Mr if. Ilotinson, . A., a.- c. Mr J, L'raunct, ' t , Mr J. Blain. .ludge': lr J. Ptterkio. Starter. At A. Armstrong. Clerk of Course : AMr S5. l'aphael. T'reasurer t Mr C. liarket. F I It S '1 - D .X ' THUIISSl)AY, 3rd 1TEURIUARY. MAIDEN LLAT1E, i, SOVS. .bolut one m Oile nd a.hmlf. E?ntranco 30,. Weight "'or age For all hornestiat have never won nr asaverttsed race exceeding LLO. ALEXANDllA IIND)ICAI', n0 SOVS. Accepetancer, enclosine 2 guinees, to be lodged with the Secretary before 9 *p :n. on Saturday, 4th 1.bruary ; gineral entry, of One Guinea, to be mado good b, fore 9 p m. or. the night of 22nd ?Pbruary. Distance' TIo Miles. PUBLICANS' PURSE 15 SOVS. One mile heca:. Entrance 3os., Weight for age. Open to all horset. FIREE SELECTORS' PLATE, 10 SOVS. One mile and a quarter. '?le winner to pull a ton...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 February 1871

* W" TO ,UAB "ADWIOII AT' IXILM *a . CoditXpiseunnatt , tastoretnsenYt asnd A cure of these cromplainta is within the reach of the nmost humble, by fonellting the aletcedl oart:with slut and warma water, ald niblblng In ilolloway's ointment tuieo a day. Thousandd have been cured who looked upon Gout and Ilheutnaorn na Itneuralrle. Tlie oame treatment Lhold be employed for fillt dliperolon tr chalk stones, nsid illpalnful enlargemensl or stlll eas oftle JlolrtfI n such cases thie 'ills shoulld be taken according to the printed dlrections. Bads ga, fultad Moreoat, snn i ltceratlons of Lall kionlta. Tie cure of ulcers ins won lor Ilollowny's c'ltnment an rIperldiable reputation, an thlls Olntmeut will restore Aiy case howerer bad to souudneia. iany bnad legr arise from Imprndencels, lappenlnfi neverai years before and anmont forgotten if, then. there eo any doult o to tihe origin of Sti9 sores tleo patient uln rend carefully % inat io written on tscondary sympntomn In the Ilookeof Dire...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 February 1871

I'L'rJ t,61r£D FTF( Y ftIDAT. * Veritso ~etrct Oar.t uals: FRIIDAY, FEBRI1UARY 17, 1871. .T'JE it naljion of the fracohise, like most other modern political reformn, seems to be f r in advanceo of the age. Legislatcors have succeeded in rcducing the qualification of voters for our lHouses of Pairlitament to the lowest standard, in older to-'placo the flan cihie on tlho broadest possible basis. That the piivilege of Parliamentary representation shouldl be conterminous with the obligation to cuntributo.to the revenue of the State, is an axiom bused on the sourt.dest abstract principles of political economy cannot be de nied. Ideecd, in the abstract this axiom has never been controverted. But, that, in plrcing the elective- power in the hands of all men of the mature ago of 21 years. and upwards, irrespective of other qualification, the State is creating a powerful engine cnpable of being used for the subversion of good government, has long since been seen and felt by those who have su...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 February 1871

DEATH. STARLING.-On the 8th instant, at Geelong, Joseph Mitchell, eldest son of Joseph Starling, Ryde, Isle of Wight, and brother of' D. P. Starling, Mohican Station.

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 February 1871

Severance of Merton Riding.--We under   stand, that Dr Rowe. and Mr. F. Coster,   boast, that they have such influence with   Ministers, that they can, and will accomplish the severance of the Growler's Gully portion   of the Shire of Alexandra. The boast of these two powerful presidents of shires may be well   founded, but now that Mr Duffy has promised to listen to our complaints of bad, partial, and a " back-stair-influence" Government, we advise   the ratepayers to attend the meetings of to   morrow at Alexandra; and Monday at Growler's; and intimate to the Minister of' Roads and his chief clerk, Mr Steavenson,   the fact that they, the ratepayers, are deter mined to bring the matter before Parliament,     if this barefaced spoliation of Alexandra Shire, and confusion of the electoral boundary   between Dalhousie and Murray district be at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 February 1871

V. . . APPLICATIONS FOR MINING LEASES IN parnuance of the Act of Parliament, 29 Victoria No. 291. Section 41, It is hereby notified that after th. expiration of one month from the date hereof It is intended to. 4.rant the 'leases undermentioned. Beechliorth District, Goulwurn Division, Alexandra. Lease No. 1379, It. Bennett and another r 15 years, 28a. 3r. 30p., Spring Creek. Lease No. 1380,.lt. Bennett and another 15 years, 25a 2r. 18p, Alexandra, excising the sold land and Bourne's residenno site, Lease No. 1381 J A. J. MnLeod and another 1S years, 10a. Ir. 24p, U. T. Creek. ANGUS MACKAY, Minister of Mines. OfBco of Mines, Melbourne, 10th February, 1871. MINING LEASEtS DBCCLABiED YorD. A T TENTION is directed to the Government Gazette of the 10th February, 1871, In which it is notified that the undcrmenetioned Lease has been declared void : 4<ecihworlt Dtstrict-Goulburn .Divisin Alexand a. Lease No. 1122, dated 18th October, 1869. G.Pea dlobury and another, 13S 2r. 21p....

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CRICKET MATCH. HIGINBOTHAM V. ALEXANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 February 1871

CRICKET MATCII. HIGINBOTIIA3I V. ALEXANDRA, This match was played on the Alexandra cricket ground on Wednesday last. The game was to have commenced at 10 o'clock ; but, owing to the unavoidablo absence of the gentleman who was to have occupied the position of umpire, it was filly 11 o'clock before "plaiy"was called. The toss was won by the captain of the; Iliginbotham team, Mr G. Grant, who sent the Alexandra men to the wickets. The bowling of the Messrs. Grant and MIr Mi['Leish was too good to score off, and the first lot of wickets were knocked dowl for 38 runs. It was fully expected by both sides that this small score would be passed by the 1-iginbothamn team; such however was not the case. AMessrs Parker and E. Whitelaw bowling better than ever they did before succeeded in ousting their opponents with only 32 runs. After refreshment the Alexandra team again went to the wickets, adding 54 to their previous score. In their second innings the iligin botham men were even less fortun...

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