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"IN STATU QUO." [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 21 July 1868

" 11 STM'PTU QUO:" ----.-- 'T'he Adelaide Pieaquin. which is.aperfect littie boquet of wit. and, satire,. and' a. most effectual whip to. the follies or the day, touching in its usual happy mode upon Parliamentary matters, says: ivery step in advance made by a traveller out o. his reckoning; only serves to retard hi1s intended progress. If, like our present Ministry, he remains in "statu quo." at all events he avoids greater m;sehief,r and' some '" Ancient Mariner," seeing him in distress, may be charitably luclined to relieve his helplessns as. "Wh.t is 'statu quo?'" saye· Jones, whose thirst for ilformation is unappeasable. b, "Jonp.'" say 1, "' statu quo' is the classical term for four.shltpkreepers and a lyioh-lawyer inl a fix. ' Statu quo' means anything that can't get on by reason of its integral inaptness and ,the In capacity of its dir eters--' statu quo' Is the Latin for ' Responaibility ;' the Roman name for South Australia was Statuquotin, and the white natives theydistin...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALEXANDRA BOOK CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 21 July 1868

ALEXANDRA BOOICOLUB; -4---. A meeting was held, on Tuesday evening at the Eldorado Hotel, at which the following resolutions were passed: That the society be now constituted,. and called the Alexandnra Book Club, to consist of not more than twenty-four members-the object of the club being mental improvement and instruction through the purchase and perusal of recent standard works and periodicals on science. literature, art, and other useful and interesting matters ; and discussion and essay thereupon by themembers. The subscription. to be £1 per annum, payable in adv nceo. That a meeting of members (three to constitute a quorum) be held on the first Tuesday in. every month, at the house of the secreta:ry, at whio I members will bo:balloted for, books and periodicals ordered, in compliance with the decisionsof the majority present, and friendly discussion en couraged. That any mombar proposing the purchase of a book must adduce at least two commtnlatory paragraphs from revioes of it....

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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PUBLIC MEETING AT THORNTON. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 21 July 1868

i PUBLIC MIEETING ATTIIORNTON. f A meeting of the inhabitants of Thornton was n held. pursuant to advertisement, at Ilennings' Hotel, on FiHddy rast, for the purpose ofcousidering the most advisable course of action to he taken t respecting a local candidate and polling place at the e torthcoming election of members for time Alexandra 0 Road Board. There. were present all the qualified voters in thatpart of the district with tile exception 'e of three only. if Mr Jamesltodgeors who convened the meeting, was voted to the chair, and brlkfly stated tile object of the meeting, and saidl that it was. desirable tihe polling placeshould he clrain:ed, as the place now selected (Jones's) was most inconvenient, and the greater portion of the voters would in coestqruence be compelled to go into Alexandre to record their r votes, that there had been evidently sonre undue interference practised by interestedl persons to mia. e lead the Departmenutso as to have the polling booto placed in such an...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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WOOD'S POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 21 July 1868

WOOD'S POINT, (PRiM OUR OWN CORRRSPONDEN'.)i Wood's Pbint has pissed that worst point, iti its history at which thing.,,according to the adage are sippi?sed to mend. Signs of improvement are already visible. Ground is being taken up whichl. through mismanagement had been abandoned and forfeited, and the miners now seem determined to depend more on their own energy and efforts, and less on Molbourne capital, and this is in itself a hetethy sign. The Wood's Point district will yet "live down" the bad name it has- been suffering under and for which Mblbourne men themselves were to blisme. for by reckless speculnation and mis management they helped to "' knock it down," and then forsool h. would "kick it for failing." J.nlge Ciupe is here again on his usunal quarterly visit, and arusin he has found a clear sheet, not havine hafl a single criminal ease to adjudicate upon. Where i the man who uained immortal honor on the last occasion on which this occurred, by being duhhdl " a genius" by...

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BIG RIVER. LOST, BUT FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 21 July 1868

B:r G I I v fY...It. LorT, BUT FOU ND. 'The inhabitants of the Big River and Fi'v'sCi'e,'k weor thrown into a aicnidArahle srate of excirement on Sattrday night last. through thme mysterius and' unReconu t .hbl. disapplaranc:c of a little boy, aged eleven yeVrs. Irhe boy left' hIis parents, who reside, uhotl three miles up Fiyv's (Creek, early ii, the morning, to.go on an errand, with strict injunctions not to delay?v bt the tempta tion of the companinnmhi;, of a youngster, his junior, whose society offered the chance of a good hour or two's play, was too much for his obedience, nnd, forgetting anil, parental injilnctions, and the fleeting nature of tirme. he lingered until late in the evening, when hitter recollection of his momma's, order, " to his speed lent wings," and so he flew home, but not to reanh' it that night. The anxious enquiries of his parents soon enoited the sympathies of all on this part of the river, and numerous se?nrh parries spent a veary frosty nirhbt scorming...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS "Veritas Vincit Omnia." TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 21 July 1868

PUULI8nED EVERY TcESDAT AND" FlIDAY MORNNos " Verrltae V'lnclt Omnla." TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1868. --?"rer announbement tha't the great ma jri'y of the rattepayers in the new Alexandra Road District were not to have the privilege of voting at the forthcoming election for mein hers of the Board, created great excite ment, and general dissatisfnction throughout the district. Taxation without representa tion is a principle so repugnant to the minds of the people of the British islands that it is not surprising that so much indignation should have been express.ed at the gross outrage which was shout to- be committed on the inhahitants of Alexandra. A memorial, numerously signed; was for warded to the Minister of Lands and Survey, requesting that Alexandra should be created into a new Road District. The prayer of that memorial has been complied with, and yet the very persons who asked for the boon, it has been alleged, are not to ie allowed to vote for members of the Board, butc the whole ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 21 July 1868

Till' GhEAT AM..Li . \ I' EMEDIS - tIk-- RIIEUf[ r"I >,, \'-.:\ l.\r (;1.\. GOUT, L'?U INS, ;1 1': "A HI'., I . i' e0xic u MUSTAN LIN . T, iMexican MUSTANG C' D ll D1 i'l-'.D N ; s, MAGIC I L L S (Sut.ar C.:ti:d). --O€ - 70 Littlu Cullils strir IEast, Btlbourne. -o00 J. PL: TEEKIR (AGE(;NT) Aj. , (-.L §. M 7- 7. L GRANW --'., . 7.T, ALEX ; -I RA. -0 GE;\fERAlt;\,L r:;;,,.? AGEN-\',' . - - I , '. -0 SF:RANKS. in rcturrii.n tlhnnks to Iis _ frihiils and thie ubllii' for thI. liberal s.ipprt hi( lns hbad since ope'llltl Ilis business in this tloViw , blg'< to e.l a ttention to 1lii Sir l-t.~li s To- ;- :. (h o *od . Cs. . rdood«, r:il ;.- sl.cl;;u A. ?sa r llllir I of DCAr .-'Y A 3ND LOTEI:GS. HUaving tua bolght-it r C:ASi. *.u 1 aiShlc to I:uI)(l"te witll tlti larget ' .stor'ii I thL lii riicet. S0 L A G '?; N|T 0 It T 11 E " A G F." LiVensed to Hel! Po',ItiAge Slnllps. J. II." M ' 3 i A. I1 0 N, - ' 11 ;jI 11 i rAI ".U O'Xt ' id 1 I ' :' .' p . d -rinctti!y, on IL rsa.k...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 21 July 1868

Electien IVotices. TO SAMUEL MILLIGAN, ESQ., SIR,-We the undersigned inhabitants of Alexandra, most respectfully request that you will allow yourself to be placed in nomination for a seat in the Alexandra Road Board. Your business qualities assure us that you will carefully attend to the interests of 'the district. Should you cotsent to stand we promise you our unqualified support: Gerard Pendlebury, J.P. Joseph Brooks Alfred II. Emerson Patrick Cogalin J. Peterkin, J.P. M. Gaflhey Thomas Badger W. P. Carter T Sabelberg Alfred Webb A. F. Fletcher Thomas Elliott Maurice Raphael Martin Marshal J. P. Basibridge James Leckie S. K. Vickery John Gibbons J. Sabelb'urg JohnBranch Prter lliggie George Whiting William Empey Thomas Legge Henry W. Alston J. P.nrase. W. Downing H. H. Taylor Charles Ashbee Patrick Buggy John Smith John Smith W. It. Kissane P, tor Campbell John Wlitelaw, J.P. Robert Peel H. W. Anderson Isaac Helme John O'Callaghan .... George Barton . Cronin . :Thinmaes rdell . - ...

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Original Poetry. THE TIMES IN DARLINGFORD—NOT THE "DARLINGFORD TIMES." [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 21 July 1868

Origiunl F?lrtrq. -4--f- Til- T'IMES IN DAIILINGFtORD-NOT THE " DARLINGFOIID TIMES." A's evecythlin has got an end. The worst of times are sure to mend, And we on this alone depend To fitll our purse, A d save us from the YarraBend1 Or somuething worse. Of I. O. U's. our stores are sick, And like old clocks have ceased to ticll; Our publicutn begin to kiek At booking debts Where liabillties lie thick An1, no lssets. The Chines! who've been darnming here, For rather more than halt-a-year, Are n"w rompletely dom'd we lear- For every soul Hlas gone to finish his career Within Ilell's tfole. And what we reckon still more hard A Rt ,.ter (to whom heaven award A coac of feathers nicely tarred) Sells Paul and Peter. And other gospels, by tile yard, And howls " long metre." Our opposition butchers glare Upon each other with an air Of mingled fury and despair Oh I fortune fickle Has one or other of the pair - Run short of pick le Our squatters' funds are in " ?e-ad-lok," With mortgaged wool ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 21 July 1868

.UNION 1.3AK OF AUSTrAL LA. rLIAnLITY tr U.llITr.:D. PAID UP C.\A I'A . ... £1.Cl.000 RESERVE FUN ... ... £iL50,000. ALEXANDRA AGENCY. GOLD IBOUGHIT AT MIEIItOUIINE PRJICES. Current Rlate of Inlure.r A Jlnaw* on ])eposits.'and Gionerai Banking IBusinf. tranueted. J. P. BAINBRIDGE, Agent. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ESTarLIaRIE 1817. MANSFIELD AGENCY. '( OLD PURCIIAsEDI AT MELiIOUII~NE PRICES. General Banking Blusin ess Tranesacted. GEOROE WALKEI?, Agent. COMMERCIAL BANK p-p A ' It A teiF I)A (I fmttcsd) ALEXANDRA BRANG6II. This Branch is now OI'en' ro'r TS.e TRANSAC'I'TIOI OtP GENERAL BANKrNG BUSir.ES8. G6OLD P UI C, 1 A &ED At Current R?tes: .N;. ?th,),.\:N lnROWsE,; .Thly 16th, I68:' Manager. S URGEON;. ACCOUCIIEUIt, &c., GRANT STREET, 'ALEXANDRA, May be Consulted' Daily at his iesidence as above. Mr D wi FERY EES Moderate. Ti. TAN( heies to inform tlie nhnhitants of . Alexandlra and snrrounding districts th,;t ho may be Co snhed DAILY at Mr AIUGIITIE'S lispensary fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 21 July 1868

Profeslouan l aned Tradeo AddretMI' It. FREDERICK CO STE,I:, SOLICITOR, AND CONVEYANCER, AI.EXANJ)ItA. Comrnmism ncrtr ti t.k5nW A.illavlit in tihe Supr.met Court ofcolony of B'Ictoria. 1iR. CO Till woill lttend the. Police and Warden's (o'art at Yea every regular Laourt dat,. Communnications mail addretred.to Mr. V. Olirer, Muddy Creesk hitel. Yea M'R. ALFRED 11. .M]:EtON, SE D O N C II A b113 1 isIt (11 ANT-ST1I IEET, S I0' . P? U R C E L L. SOLICITOR. ETC, 14 LYDIAD STR'IEET, - BALLARAT. 'J It. ,S. K. V I C K E R Y, (Fonlttr.tLY or THsE Vic;TnitA' RAIILWAY DEPrARENT AN) CONTIIACT SURVEYOR, BElA G erxempt frat? the operation of the 5th anti dth clauses otf the Civil Serrice Rlegula;ions, by permission of the lion the Alinister of Mines. is att lilbrtu to devote a portion qf hls time to PRI'IVAT.E PltA CTICE. -0 Plans and Specificatlton prepared and Contracts Supervised. Alanagmtn Clerk :--Mr R. 8. W. GREIG, (:otract Surveyor. Office DO II'WEY .S1?JEET, Alexandra. I?IE O F ITY-SEOO...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 21 July 1868

Local and General news. A terrible and fatal accident occurred at Connelly's machine on Saturday last. Henry Haley, a young man twenty-one years of   age, was in the act of oiling the machinery while in motion, when his coat was caught in the spur gearing, and he was immediately drawn between the wheel and pinion, His face, neck, and chest were frightfully crushed, and his thigh broken. Another of the men, who was near at the time, became aware of something being wrong by the sudden stoppage of the engine and stam- pers, and on looking up saw deceased held between the two wheels by the head. The engine at this moment reversed a little, and the mangled body of the unfortunate youth fell on the tables. He cast one look at his mate who ran up to him, and then expired. This circumstance has cast a great gloom over the place, the young man being well known and much respected. A full report of the magisterial inquiry will be found in another column. As will be seen by an adve...

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FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 21 July 1868

FATAL ACCIDENT. A frightful accident attended' with fatal results occurred about 1 o'clock on Saturday   last at the William Wallace crushing machine (belonging to Messrs Jones and Haley) by which Henry Haley, employed on the premises, met with a fearful death, being   literally crushed to pieces between the cog wheels of the engine. A magisterial inquiry was held at 4 o'clock the same afternoon at the residence of Mr     Jones, before J. P. Bainbridge, Esq., and J.   Peterkin, Esq., J. P's., when the following evidence was adduced : Louis Lejuge, sworn, deposed: I am a workman at the William Wallace engine. About two minutes to 1 o'clock on Saturday last I was standing with my back to the boiler. Knew deceased, who was then em- ployed in oiling the engine. I observed the engine checked, turned round and saw de-   ceased's head between the cog-wheels. I immediately shut off steam and stopped the engine. I ...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 21 July 1868

Correspondence. (To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) SIR,—I feel myself aggrieved, therefore I come to you for assistance, knowing that, like a knight of old, you feel it both a pleasure and duty to succor the oppressed. The cause of my complaint is as follows :--I arrived in Alexandra about three months ago, and not finding any alluvial diggings to engage my attention, have since endeavored to earn an honest livelihood by getting work on a reef, or engaging in some of those other occupations which, in a thriving township like Alexandra, should always be available for any industrious persons who might wish to engage in them. In pursuance of such a course, I have been led to put in tenders for several works required, or at least advertised as required, in this town and neighbourhood. None of my tenders have been accepted, but of this I do not complain, but I do complain (and I believe not without reason), of the fact, that in several cases no tenders were accepted, and I am led to...

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(To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 July 1868

(To the Ed.tor of I1he Alcxandra TZmes.) Sin,-i tak the hopperchewnity of hindit ing theas fu loins to yu, oping to fine yu in gud elth, as thay loves me liht presint. Some 1 may say as ow i didnt oughlt to rite, luit i thilnk i ougter, and i thlink it so the morely as i nose i haint yet perfeck bin the ritin pirfshion. I amn a groan up b;loy, sir, with a cad as is fill of strainge wanderings, and i wud loike that some of yulre buk learned gents of IIalexandral wud eddycaite ill to put them into pripper hborder and hulrranigemint. i dont ce as y there haint a nite skulo hestablishleri r,, puttikularly has it wud lie a pano hilot. Let, the to mastirs koncolidate, tlhereselfs linto 1 phocus, hand sonshih ate bus iire iiuhinlitnd alllleks hiinto the Ilarcana of liuk lour, which it his not to grate ia Boon to the plaice, harter the haduivantages of a hors Spital or ha rode oorde. 2 shiill ns & six d. a w, ek for lie cli slkoler to pii, which it hisint two much and wud be much to...

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(To the Editor of the Alexandra Times) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 July 1868

(To the Editor of the Alexandra Times, Sri,-I avail myself of your kind per mission to offer a few more remarks on the subject of tenders, and that I may not encroach or. your valuable space inore than necessary will at "once plunge in median res. It; in the following lines, I may seem at all prejudiced in favor of the tenderer, it must be laid to the account of the sympathy implanted in men for their own kind. I should propose, firstly, that in all invitations for tenders, for .work or material, the tendIree (to coin a word) should state. the maximunum price at which any tender will be accepted, and the time and place at which the tenders will he opened. Secondly, that tihe.tenders should be opened in thie presence tne" tendt. ' "-htlratrtv,. ,hntetbme rena's of no one should be admitted who fails t,. be present at the time and place. appointed for the opening of the tenders. Fourthly, that shothat should there be any tenders at or under tthe maximum price aforesaid, the tenderer '...

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Original Poetry. PHYMES FOR THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 July 1868

D'igiunl 1nefrt. RHYMES FOil TIlE 771' ES. The people wha in Thornton d(well,. alld ltc a wondrous tIle tae tell, How Alexaunra township fell DSep I' tile mudl For Mtaclntyre, their nin pet swell,. Gaad them the thud Mao swore nae man daur g'o a'vote,. Wha hadnad paid the utlnost groat O' Mansfield rates, ant' ecl'ln rot,. 'Twas past a'Jakln', An' as we ken't ItUt lttle o't-- - 'Twos mnstt provokl;': 'Maiat evera man. halth great an' sma';. Deeo versed In Itunicetidp law, Talked loud ani lang, wt' bletcrin' Jaw,.. o late nn' seetitn, An' thought lie ken't tie world an' a', 'Ilout the election. , An' unco' squad whan eld that lnotion, I)Oed us toP w ony a Ilegal pion i aInlth halnd n' Jaw In coestnall motion lrsse morn Iso nallghtl Their legal knowledle deep's tioe oe e0n, Mnun o'en be right I Noo. Illginbotham Is no laekln' 0' eomnlonle nne, an' hken law markin', (Altho' he's unco f ,nd o' tnk n' Odd thingl tae bills. An' kep'"the kintra Falrly raskin', WI' dead-lockllls). Fba' that...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 July 1868

d1trrrspnnt1ittie. (To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) SmR,-Having seen in your paper of the 17th Instant, that it was owint to the ugent at Yea, that the Commercial Bank did not open on the 17th, I beg to inform you that the parcel of stationery did not arrive here before the 17th, therefore, there can not be any blame attached to me. I remain, Sir, yours respectfully, GEORGE MARSHALL. Albion Hotel, Yea, July 20th, 1868,

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WOOD'S POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 July 1868

WOOD'S POINT. (PnOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The i'rin-go-I1ragh claim, near Matlock, which h.al been several times abandoned by different parties who to·ik it up, has at last shown signs of being onoof our mnst valuable mining properties. Mir D AIMLemn took up this claimn a short time ago, after which several rich leaters were followed until a well-definted and permanent reef was dis covered. the seo st in witch isasaid to be very r h,; indeed ,moe persons- say that it is as rich as the Royal Standard stone. It is. however, certain that a really gool reot has been struck in this ground, and there is a prospect of improvement in the con dition of business matters at Matlook. The Franklyn Company are Ftill crushing stone which is showin-g inlicati ins of a largo yield at the washing tup. The United Company, Morning Star Hill. are .1tll gettinrt out stone which looks o will soon he another crushing from t his Never Mindl O M. (:.-In another eolu? l found tihe lIl:-yearly h?alance sheet...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS "Ver[?] Vincis Omnia." FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 July 1868

USTDLIBnED FV??RY TUESDAY AND PRIDAY MORNINGS "?"'lern V'incle Onallnlrt" FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1808. EvenY week in Alexandra is marked' by some progressive movement. The Separation Committee was tho first nucleus of combina tion and progression in our township, A few active, energetic men, in the face of formid able obstacles, have succeeded in obtaining local self?government. Opposed, suspected, abused, and disturbed with internal dissen sions, they plodded on, and'now, no one will venture to question the good service they they have rendered. T'hn original' members of the Separation Committee are entitled to the thanks and gratitude of the inhabitants of the district. The Hospital movement is another example of what can he dlone by men in earnest. When the idea of building an Hospital was first started here, it was considered premature, -the effusion of the brain of men possessed of more benevolence than common sense-and it was timidly asserted that £75 might be raised by an effort. Th...

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