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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 5 May 1871

1ltTrulpuubriintre. ((To the Editor.) Sir-In your issue of the 14th April a statement appeared that I detained the mails on Good Friday. In reply. I beg to say that the mails were made up al usual, but the mailman did not make his appearance. By inserting this letter you will obhlge Yours truly, S B. NOLAN. Merton,!May 4th.

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 5 May 1871

MINING NEWS. Albert Gold Mining Company.-Tho pad. dock is rapidly filling- with some of the best stone we have seen from this mine. About 100 tons will be put through the mill Immo diately after the Mysterious stone is finished. We observe that rapid progress is being made in putting down the pipes. Hitl:erto baling has been done with an iron tank, which at the present level has been quite sufficient to kleep the mine dry, but it is the intention of the company to sink for a deeper level, and then pumps will be re quired. Mysterious Quartz Gold Miinin, Company (Registered).-The past four or five days have been occupied in fixing skids to the engine shafr, and during this time no quartz has bqen broken. Crushing will commence on Monday morning, when they expect to put through about 120 tons. The stone looks of fair quality. The giound situated on the Working Miners' lead, Godfrey's Creek. lately got possession of by Mr M'Gill in the Warden's Court, and now known as the Great Republic...

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YEA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 5 May 1871

YEA RACES. The above races came off on Saturday last, and, were well attended. A. good num bir-F tf iitors '- -- .preaait_lrom Alezan dra and the eurrounding district,and the introduction of " foreign capital" served to impart an air of hilarity to the proceedings that added considerably to the day's enjoy ment. The racing was very fair, and thel greatest order prevailed throughout., The first race of She day was the Maiden Plate. Mr Bailey's Dotherem .. ... . 1 Mr I'omkins's Drover .... .. ... 2 This race was won very cleverly by Botherem. 'T'own Plate Handicap. Mir LeClerc's Telegraphi... ... .. 1 Mr Morris's Victor .. ... .. 2 'I'elegriph took the lead at starting, kept it to the finish, and won hard held. Minnie Woaren ran off the cotrte the second time round. Selling Race. AMr Owens's Happy Jack ... ... 1 MIr Patton's L;,ly Don ... ... ... 2 This race was won easily by Happy Jack. Hurdle Race. Mfr V. Smith's Lantern ... ... ... 1 Mr Tomkins's Stumpy .. ... ... 2 'This was the b...

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THE SCHOOLMASTER ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 5 May 1871

THE SOHOOLMASTER ABROAD. In proportion to the influx of immigrants from other shores to Australia of late years, the standard of qualification for up.onuntry school teachers has been gradually. but surely improving. A thorough acquaintance with the language he ptof'esses to teach is now one of the essentials of a good sahool master, but when this knowledge is com bined with elegance of diction, his value is immeasuiably enhanced. The following is a verbatim copy (names being suppressed) of an application made, not twelve months since, for an appointment as teacher to a school located within the circle of 300 miles to which Mansfield is the important centre. The fact that the writer did not obtain the desired office can only be accounted for in either of two ways, viz.--The Local Courn mittee were hypercritical, or some person if possible, more classical style applied ut the same time : It,," Feeling desirous of taking a situation as teacher of a school. I b,.g to offer myself for th...

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ENIGMA III [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 5 May 1871

ENIGlA III What is it goes with you along the street ? Both men and women find it at at their feet. Its often iear you as you're sitting quiet t And many a time yokeShbeen distracted by it. Your coach has got it'Wit whirls along, And it is found the horses feet among. It's pretty certain (be you saint or sinner) - To bear your company while you're astdinner.Yr ' It's onetie neld of battle mid the guns ; And with the beaten army as it runs. ' At sea its in the steamer's paddle box, And underneath the cradle aslt rocks It's always present In umbrageous trees, When leaves are shaken by the passi.Lg breeze. Its with the joyous bells when they are ringing, And now and then you're forced to call it singing I The thing is found in all the crushing mills ; In many a shaft and tunnel in the hills. An earthquake always ioas it rumbling under, And over clouds produce it w ith the thunder. It's sometimes pleasant ; oftentimes its not, The latter If a headache you have gots But there-the thing i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 5 May 1871

SHIREi OF ALEXANDIIA. T 1: N 1) E It S. I¶sNDEItRS are invited up to4 p.m. on Tutsdlnay tlie !6ti inst , ftr the errcei n of a L G(; BiIl)GI ovr the ACII EtON IRIVEI, near it, junction chilh the Little Itiver. Plans and S lcificationa to be csien at the Shir. Council Chamlers. No Itc 'er will be entertained unt, s a dleposit (marked cheque or cash) of to per cent of its amollnt acconlanics the sanme. P The lowest or any ttender not n0 ceisarily accepted BLTcnders to to addressed to the Piresilent, a"d endorsed-" Tender for Bridge over Acheron River." JOIIN IOWVNEY. Acting Shiro 3secretary. Alexandra, May 4th, 1871. BOROUGHI OF JAMIESON. -0 S .'EALED TENDER!S, addressed to the Chairman of Council, will Io received up to Monday, the 15th day of May, 1871, at 7 30 o'clock p.m., for the undermentioned work : . Ereotion of a Jridge over the Jumnieson River, in the BoronuEh of Jimieon. A deposit of i per centurn must accom pany each tender. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepte...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY "Veritan Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 5 May 1871

.PUBLISHIID i.VERY YRIDAY "Verllt, Vincit Osmni." I FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1871. -- ? - i __ " - '- Tast Parliamen'ary Session is now fairly started, and already hostilitits have been T^iinaiged ThiMiing i ind Lands De partments have been assailed, and, as we have already shosn, there is reformation required in these departments. The delay in getting leases for mining purposes,-and the still greater delay in. getting any thing like a titloe to lend-in faor, any information what. ever-has become an in'olerablle nuisance; and unless some speedy departmental re forms are at onbo introduced, it will go hard wi'h the Government in meeting the indig nation of the people and the charges that will be preferred in the House. The whole of Godfrey's Creek for at least nine miles might have been now actively worked by, powerful machinery if leases had been graihted,:asapplied for 18 months ago. Thousands of miners would have been em ployed where the soil remains still, un broken,, A few noisy miners, w...

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ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 5 May 1871

ALIEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCII OF.MAILS Town. Ma3ill Close, I MalleArrlve. Y'.a {day. Yrd tuyy, 1'1.::t 31rl ournr rid in "e'lday.Tlrur.ldy. lllayl.W incaday Mar evllhe FI a or ry, lonna F rilay, 0.30. a.m. Melbourlet 'tid Mrndl *. edn?-. I Tueasr y. 'Thursday, lcrto, day, Frilay. 0.0o. S?aturday, 10 i.mn. SMIonday, WVclde-- aueraday. 'Thurdany S [day, Idry,1. rl. I2.II Saturday, 11 a.11. ( ftrm y'n Itxrt- Dily (pnndayo el. Itly (Mundays ex on, Longwood.i cpted) 30. a.m1.1. cept i) 10 n.m. Darlinulord, Il' tndaly. l' dnelll- if uesday. Tlhur LdLy, Jamlniaon day, Frday, 10Ia.n Halurliay. noon. .itanpen r ndl r$efihaerid lettl.ru nre reqnuired to tl poield oll tr our prior to thtil lle naplpolled for cloing ma.ll. Money Orders ran now be oitnlned at thits Omlco trorn 10 n.m.. o : p.m. ihr'.ll . payi: le In Victoriln-L5 and under, td; Llo and nihd,'r, 1·, i'noullio.-t.5 and llTnder Is; I.1)0 and under, 2s. (;rent irlilll antd Ireland.-1,2 and under, It; 1.5 and under, 21...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 5 May 1871

·-,C"" is invil.i ho t I e CHOICE AND VAllII:D1 AxSi)(' I1:NT' or DRAP ERY, NO.W ON VIEv AT 3. PETEI.KIWN'S W hi .. LOJ&ANTSTIWEVET, ALEXANDelA. witcli for I , ,",VAIIIETY, 'tilt,. I CRIEAPNESS. and i J. EXTENT, I Is not urpassed out of Melbourne. Custnoersa aro. invatrirbIy atiefied with their purcha?se, thereby proving that the, principile ndhei*d to in this'establishment of giving Good'Value .is the cc1roct one The goode kept in stock are First Class. andr the prices are regulaten with a view to Extensive Bu"iessd. The increased amount of sales thus created rrnderu frequent add itio'ni to ilith: tock iiecoesary, consequrietly ; the. Newest.iGoods are always comning I forward. -. . " 0 {al.ls A Tlw , and. Nintles: r All1 the Newos; De.siins and Stylos. i 'iinens, ICaliooos o I Sheetings, FlaunnelsoBlankets, Quilts, . In: all theo best makesul st, d in all qualitiehi GLOVES, e. .'-, :: ABERDASIEII:Y,... TRITAlMINOS, - NIII, INEIIY, I S'F . OWERS, .IIBBONS, AAS -.. 7 '4LACES...

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THE DIALECTICAL SOCIETY AND SPIRITUALISM [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 5 May 1871

THE DIALECTICAL SOCIETY AND SPIRITUALISM The following document has gone the round of the spiritualistic papers, and magazines asp the report of the "experimental 'sub committee" of the Dialectical Society, ap pointed to investigate the phenomena of spiritualism. The intelligence and high social position of the parties, as well as the nature of the subject itself, give it import ance : ',3Since their appointment, on the I Fe ary, 1809, your sub.committee he C 40 meetings for purposes of ex mwnt and test. These meetings were attthe private residences of members o t a committee, purposely to preclude the possi bility of pre-arranged mechanism or contri vances. S"The furniture of the room in which the b ..experiments--were colducsted -was, ou every occasion, its accustomed furniture. "The tables were in all oases heavy dining tables, requiring a strongr effort to move them. The smallest 5ft. Oin. long by 4ft. wide, and the largest Oft. Sin. long by 41ft. wide, and of proportionate weig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 5 May 1871

SHIRE OF ALEXANDRA. -o T E N D ER S; r3TENDERS are invited .for the Erection of a ..L Bridge at Johnson's Creek, Alexandra. Plans and Speclfications to be seen at the Council Chambers. Tenders to be addressed to " The President of 1 the Shire" and endorsed " Tender for Johnson's Creek Bridge." A deposit of 10 per cent (marked chequoor cash) on[the amount must accompany each tender. T,renders will be received up till 4 o'clock p.m. on Tuesday, the 16th day of May next. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. JOHN DOWNEY, Acting Shiro Secretary. Alexandra, April 27th, 1871. Yea to Melbourne for L1 I.EDUDTION IN COACII. FARES. A COACH will leave OLIVER'S CO1M MERITIAL lIOTEL, YEA, every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY & FR'IIDAY at 10 a.m., Arriving at Wihittlesea at 4 p.m., and at Melbourne 10 a.m. next day ; leaves Melbourne at 8 p m. same days, rliving in Yea at 4 p.m. day following. --- - -- . - THROUGH FARE--I1 A. POOLE, Proprietor. T E N D E R S. LUCKII PROSPECTING Q. M. Co....

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 5 May 1871

MELBOURNE. (From our Special Correspondent.) The House of Parliament has been once more opened for business. The swearing in of members was the principal part of the rst day's business. All swore to the at they could for the]good of the c try, nd swearing in this, an in many otr in stances, is a gross absurdity-a more mat ter of form, combined with a strong tint of perjury. The rnod of party--nt cour.try -is the prevailing motive with many who took the oath on the occnsi,mn referred to. At the formal opening by Ihe Governor, -tliere -were the usual number of guns fired , off, but what guns have to do with the per formanou it is difficult to imagine. Perhaps it may be emblematical'of the great guns who are to appear on the floor of the House. There was a goodly attendance of ladies, much rustling of silk and satins, and the air was almost suffocation with Eau de Cologne, Jockey Club, and every imaginable description of sweet scented waters. The members of the Assembly had a general c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 5 May 1871

Victoria Fire & Marine Insuranco Company. IIcuo (Irerca; Market Stre t, iilo trno. Capital, L.,000,000. Chalrman of the Ilnard of Directors, 'The l ION. lHI NRY MILLEIR. Insuruancs (fle ted at the lowest cm prenmium. Every inlormation aa to r n be obtained at tie oilae, of the Agent. JOSIEI'II COLLIE, becretary. Agent for Alexandra and Yen, W. T)OWNING. V IuTOIA LIF. AND.GENERtAL INSUR Head olico Marklrt-street, Melboircn. Capital, L2,o000on.0, in 40,000 sharres of LSO each. Unlimited Liability. SClairman ofthi Board of lDirectors s The lion Hlecry .Miller. plic iatl F'rutures 1. Sccrlty-'h:at of a joint stock company, with plad uip and nccnumulation" capital, ni!t a proprietary possessing means in thit country to meet the claims bf hoe assured. 2. Premniumnr the lowest that can be charged with safety, and payable eitlher quarterly or half yearly, at the option of the teasurred 8. Guaranteed BInus -Giving the assured the profits ofn nmutual company, without the rlsk. 4. Iedu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 12 May 1871

Burton°s Natioial Circus! LARGEST IN T!IHE COLONIES. Alcdle and I?Fmalde Luestudrihls, SLACK-ROPE VAULTEIRS. DIMINUTIVE PONIES EDUCATED MONKEYS. Major John Downy, the Man-Monkey. This celebrated Company will perform at YEA, Monday Evening, May 15h. ALEXANDRA, TUESDAY and WED. `NESDAY Evenings, May 11th and 17th. 1EI1TON, Thursday Evening, 18th May. MANSFIELD, Frilny arid Saiturday, 10th and 20th May. Improved Turkish AND SULPHUR BA'TII IS. 127 RUSSELL STREET, The only properly HeaIted and Ventilated Baths in Mulbourne. Judge for yoorselves. rItn?T?,T. 1ntl?h still contjnue thm great attraction of the dna and are pro nounced by all visitorn to bh so thoroughly enjoyable as to surpass anything of the ?kird hitherto introduced into then Colony. Tha:o who have not yet had the pleasure of a BATII at this Eatablihnmcnt, would do well to test its efliciency, es o0NE Bauut will convince the most sceptical that they are not only thoroughly enjoyable, but tend to promote that free Re.piratiou...

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ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 12 May 1871

ALEXANDRLA POST OFFICE. .1 U IL/ vdAL ANU IISPFATCU OF MAILS , x I t1 ,nton iV.~t o I .:. to'.'t't or T: w ii It (alla('4, ix- l l aly tArsIx Dorrr '1110 "ray. WVlir. t JtnrM'.itit't iy or't)r1 , t s iii tl h t :y. ito,. - rnnI ic. tiliri l tiulirdla v to t tilh nre cit ', ut. v, (I ."ri u N- .1'ne-,ov. 'I'hrur-dnyy l :to yk Satur.I:.y la) uln . pout ittit tIn:l jriioi to t u.t ".ro e tl.otntct for cto1no;l ~.li,o,yp (trle~r Iir cotow Li totltird .b ;ttttut O~ticn IinttiI feu day. 1"'rir ~ l rirr~~ , :atu rtlayit\ 1 1 aonm. Iii~p nm .i tlid "ivnt1. .-t t mr Dllt tn ti t:ld tote rll ttn r, l a2o. iii hrtl~l ifii miunta \rot ,trnt.-t lo itose to:. I'm jttr i Jno otntiiiii wPthin trimeconioy, N. S. ;V'lrit, Soeth. A uotrnttnr, nmd r -(Žrcnrt{mod. O)llice h limitp-Firom 9 Iinrot.n till i p.m. nru11J. '.Ibny (trere cn nowLe oltuh l' ;.t this initnc ro

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CRICKET MATCH. Murrindindi v. All Comers. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 12 May 1871

CRICKET -MATCH.. -4-- Murriodindi v. All Cumers. This match was played on the Yea oricket ground on Saturday last. .The clerk of the weather who has done all that lay in his power toput a stop to the" manly game" in the district, sent forth his fiat that it was to be a wet day; howe?vor, the two teams rolled up, and went heart and soul into the game, and kept the ball rolling till daylight disappeared. An adjournment was then. made to the Albion Hotel, and after drink ing the health of the captains of the two teams and other toasts, the party mounted their horses 'and rode homewards, having spent a very pleasant day. The cricketers were. nnanimous.: in expressing their thanks to Messis G. Grant and Dan. 1'Leish, for the great interest they always take in orioketing matters. The:following is the score: ALL COMERS. Gs Grant,b Dun. M'Leish . ... ... C. James, b Turnbull ... ... .. J. Cuhalan, b Gordon ' ... ... 9a T. Grant, o and b Dan. M'Lolshj -. 17, M. M'Asoy, b Dun. M'Letsh ... ......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 12 May 1871

Vc!toria Fire & Mnrine Insurance Company. IIEAD) (rFFICE: A arket-Street, Meltourne. Capital, L.oo00.00o. Chairman of the Board of Directors, The HON. HENRY MILLER. Fire Insurances effected at the lowest curren rates of premium. Every information as to rates &c can be obtained at the otfl.n of the Agent' JOSEi'iI CO.LLIE, Secretary. Agent for Alexandra and Yn. W. DOWNING. VIOTORTA LIFE AND GENERAL INSUR º- V ANCE COMPANY AND SAVINGS INSTITUTE -: .Heso oiin M}arkretstreet, : Melbourne.. - Capltal, L2,00o.000, in 40,000 share's of LOa each. Unlimited Liability. Chairman of the Board of Directors The Hon Henry Miller. Special Features I. Security-That of a joint stock company, with plad up and accumulating capital, and a proprietary posnsessing means in this country to meet the claims ofdho assured. 2. Premiums-the lowest that can be charged with safety, and payable either quarterly or half yrarly, at the option of the nasuredl 3. Guaranteed Bonus-Givin? the nssured the...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, MAY, 12, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 12 May 1871

pitxalutn1 AllWIFM PUbnr.IBrltD EVERY 'J1IDAY ", Verltas Vlrettll (bSasi a." FRIDAY, MIY, 12, 1871. T'tu people of Atexandra are a mild, good tempered, forbenring, forgiving, and long suiTering people. They quietly sit upon the pinnncle of their own intrinsio. worth, and atmil at the rest of creation.'! They see benefits bestowed on others, and makeno boisterous clamour for a share of those bene fits. When they ask for bread they get a stone, and for a'fish they get a scorpion. There must be a limit to this self-sacrificing disposition. Even a worm will turn round when trodden upon, and the people of Alox acdra are prepared to be rolled in the mud and sat upon on all occasions. Desicstance must be aroused, combativeness must be brought into operation, and a protest entered against further neglect and injury. Let us briefly run over our grievances, and then say 1 whether we are not an injured people- . 1st. About two years ago we asked for a i Court of Mines, County Court, and Court ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 12 May 1871

PUBLIC ATTENTION Is invite+d to the CHOICE AND VARIED ASSORITMENT of DRAPERY, CLOTHING, and NOW ON -VIEW AT=. J. YPETERKIN'S IGJIANT'-STII-EET, ALEXANDIcA. wlhich for SVARIETY, CIIEAPNESS. and EXTENT, Is not Surpassed out of Melbourne. Customers are invariably satisfied with their purchase, tlhereby proving that the principle adhered to in this 4establisnhment of giving Good Value is the correct one The goods kept in stock are First Class. and the prices are regilatCe with a view to Extensive Business. Thile increaned amount of sales thus created renders frequent add itions to the ftock necessary, consequently the Newest Goods are always coming forward. ------- [D EPA R T M E N T S: Silks, Ehawls, and Mantles, :' All the Nimwes Designs and Styles.] :Linens, ICalicoes, fl Sheetings, Flannels,?Blr nkets,:Quilts, In all thie het makes, and in all qualities HOSI ERY, GLOVES, ITABEReD ASIT ERY, T IIRIMNI I NS, MILLINERY, FLOW ERS, RIBBONS, LACES, PARASOLS, COLLARS, &c. A SPLENI)I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 12 May 1871

IMlOUN DINGS. -4----- A LEXANDRA--Impounded at Alexandra. 1 bay mare, whito spots on back, 1U near shoulder, 3 under eaddle near side, chesnut fllly, fool at foot. One [bay mare, star, US near shoulder. One brown mare, star, saddle marked TR off shoulder, c near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, tobe sold on the 31st May. A Armstrong, Poundkoeper. Portraits I Portraits l ! W. HARDEGEN, PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST BEGS to inform the public that he will remain on Alexandra for a few days, and is prepared to take Photographic Portraits and Views in any size and shape. All Portraits taken by W. H. will be executed in the highest style of the art, Children Taken Instantaneously Melbourne Prices. J' Operating Room-adjoining Tara's Hall Hotel, Grant-street. SADDLES, IARNESS, &o. D. A L S T 0 N, 25 Bourke-street, west, Melbourne. TMPORTER and Manufacturer of every description of Saddlery. Orders from the country punctually attended to, and forwarded either by couch or carrier. Rea...

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