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POLICE COURT, MELBOURNE. Friday, May 5th. (Before Mr Sturt, P.M.) COSTER V. RAPHAEL. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 12 May 1871

POLICE COURT, MELBOURNE. Friday, May 5th. (Before Mr Sturt, P. M.) COSTER V. RAPHAEL. Defendant appeared to answer a summons on oath by plaintiff, charging him with fraud as a bailee in dealing with a promis- sory note for £164 19s. 6d. Mr W. V. Smith appeared for the defence. At the request of Mr Coster, all wit- nesses were ordered out of Court. Frederick Coster, sworn, stated that he was a solicitor practising at Alexandra. In November last received certain promissory notes, amounting in all to L1200 or L1300, given to him by persons interested in the Working Miners' claim, Godfrey's Creek, to secure the amount of a number of verdicts and costs that had been obtained. Two of these promissory notes formed the subject of the present prosecution. They were dated 28th October, 1870, for L104 19s 6d each. One was payable at four months, the other at six months. These two notes represented costs in the actions—made up by L57, wit- nesses expenses, L144 ordered to witness (Coster). L127...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 12 May 1871

nrrrmpauEhn re. ---C- (To the Editor.) Sir-Will you allow me a smali space in the Times to ofifer a few words in explana tion of the late prosecutions which have been instituted against me with such promp titude and virulence for, breaches of the Publicans' Act. I deem it unnecessary to refer to the fact. that my license was gran ted at the end of last year. It has been turned to the best account by being hurled as evidence against me by insidious enemies on every occasion. My premises were not completed, nor in a fit state to enable me to commence business as a publican until the beginning of December, owing to the scart city of tradesmen and building materials at thu time, and as I amn accused of not paying six months' license for the privilege' of snall ing liquor forfabout three w,!ek., I pl ad guilty, But of my saubsenent conduct I am by no means ashamed. I vwent to Alex andra at the very conumencemeat of the - present. year on no other business than to take the necessary steps...

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 12 May 1871

MINING NEWS. Mysterious Quartz Gold Mining Company (Registered):-We are informed that this Company has purohased Mr M'Dougall's steam crushing plant on the U. T. Creek. The engine is 12 horse-power, with ample boiler room, and a battery of 12 heand of stamps. The action taken by the Directory in this matter has beenn prompt, and is a stop in the rirht ditection, end we are pleased to think that it is the intention of the Directors to do- everything in their power to make the mine a paying one. About 140 tons is now going through the mill; and from present apponrances, it pIro mises to yield better than the last crushing. Leviathan Tribute -'l'he contract for sink ing the shaft an additional (0 'feet is neanrly completed. making in all 1385 fear, at which depth it is expected the Mysterious reef will be cut. The Leviathnn sub-tributors are getting out quartz, and are now driving for the main reef. The Galatea. - The reef in this claim is from 12 to 16 inches thick, showing excel lent...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 12 May 1871

Local and General News. As the case of Coster v Raphael, heard before the Melbourne Police Court on Fri- day last, has created much interest and indignation in Alexandra, we give a pretty full report of the proceedings in another column. The fact that £32 was subscribed by the residents in Alexandra to pay Mr Raphael's expenses to Melbourne—the gene- ral rejoicing that no charge had been proved against our respected townsman—must con- vince even Mr Coster that he has acted very foolishly in this matter. Mr Hames, who acted as Treasurer on account of the money subscribed for Mr Raphael, has received the following letter of acknowledgement from that gentleman :— "Alexandra, 8th May, 1871. " Dear Sir—Your letter of the 7th inst. has quite taken me by surprise, and in ac- cepting the handsome present alluded to therein, I can hardly find words sufficient to express my heartfelt thanks to the many kind friends, I am happy to say I possess, for their sympathy with me on this occasion, and...

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YEA COMMON SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 19 May 1871

YEA COMMON SCHOOL. Subscriptions Received- . Led Mr Daniol MoLeish ... ... 10 0 0 .Mr McIntosh ... ... ... 2 10 0 MrL. Ker ... ...... ... 10 0 0 Mr Donald McKay ...... 10 0 0 Mr James Hope ... .... 10 0 0 Mr McLeisb, Gilmore... ... 5 0 0 Messrs Airey and Ker..... 5 0 0 Mr John Sloan ........ 1 0 0 Mr A. Smith, Molesworth, 1 0 0 Rev. A. Toomath ...... 1 0 0 Mr F. Cooper (constable) ... 0 10 0 Mr W. Oliver, Yea .. .. 1 0 0 Mr S. A. Wall ... ..... 1 0 0 Mr J. W. Cairns .... 2 0 0 Mrs Forbes, . ......... I 0 0 Mr W. Wilson... ...... 1 0 0 Mr G. Grant . . ., ..0. ? 0

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 19 May 1871

MINING NEWS. Mysterious Gold Miniog Company (Re gistered) crushed 110 tons of stone, from which they washed up on Saturday last 60 oz 10 dwt. This is about the same aver age as last crushing. A crushing of 150 tons stone from No. 2 Luckie is at present passing through the mill. The tlibuters in the Montezuma. Robin son Crusoo Gully, have again started work, and are getting out some very good stone. The work was suspended in consequence of negotiations for the sale of the ground hav ing been onterud into. The tine for com pleting tho bargain does not expire till the slt June, by which time the tributers will havo a good crushing out.

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ALEXANDRA SHIRE COUNCIL. Tuesday, May 16, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 19 May 1871

ALEXANDRA SHIRE COUNCIL. ----4-- Tuesday, May 16, 1871. Present:-Mr F. Coster (President), and Councillors Peterkin, Smith, Oronin, Kelly, Perkins, Whiting, and O'Callaghan. The minutes of former meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENGO. From IMansfield Shire Council, inquiring if this Council is willing- to share one-half expense of zo-erection of Doon bridge. A.. Perkins, requesting the refund of L4, depo sit on tender for Rubicon bridge, the con tract not having bees. carried out. J. Stea. j yenon, apprizing the Council that he had laid their letter ro severance before the Min ister of Railways and Roads, and informing them that unless a definite reply be received t to the effect that this Council will bear the expense of another inquiry, the soverance will be proceeded with according to law. A, Perkins, applying for a refund of por. tion of license. - Pirani, C.E., to F. Cos ter, tendering his services to prepare plans and specifications for the Shire Council. Same to sam...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 19 May 1871

lrtrf jIlluRllftt. -4-- (To the Editor.) Sir-Will iyou kindly give (insertion to the following information upon certain mat ters connected with the Yea Common Sohool. The history of the old building is but little known, and some misunderstand ing exists about its recent ownership, thereby, it appears, preventing some from lending a hand towards the erection of a new schoolhouse. The old house was pur chased about ten years ago. Funds suffi cient for the purchase could not be raised by subscription. Seven persons in Yea and the neighbourhood volunteered to advance L10 each, to be returned whenever the house should be sold. This was agreed to, and the deed of conveyance held in their joint names as security, The house has been used ever since as a school. It is now too small, and ts the house was showing evident symptoms of distress, it was resolved to sell the property. This has been done. Two of the LO1 investors have appropriated their full share, a third was satisfied with LS 10s,...

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COUNTY COURT. 17th May, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 19 May 1871

COUNTY COURT. 17th May, 1871. Holms v Coster-Summons not properly served. Struck out. L4 costs. Mr V. Smith for plaintiff. Bunny v. M'Loughlin. - Struck out. Costs L2. lHempel v. Young.-L3 18s. Verdict for amount. Costs L1 10s. T. A. Bourke v. J. Macnemay.-L20. Verdict for amount. Costs L6 8s Od. W. Suckling v. G. Jobson.-L25. Dis missed. Costs L3 10s. W. Parsons v John Watt L55 13s. 10d. Verdict for amount. Costs L5. T. A. Bourke v. Shire of Alexandra. L143. Mr V. Smith for plaintiff Mr Coster for defendant. Postponed till next Court to permit settlement by arbitration. Probate in estate of Charles Payne granted to Mrs Payne. Two surties of L200 each, herself in L400 . There were 37 cases on the List. Most of them being settled out of Court.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 19 May 1871

IMPOUN DI'GS. A LEXANDRA&-Impounded at Alexandra. 1 bay mare, whito spots on back, II near shboulder, 3 under saddle near side, chesnut filly, foal at foot. Oneo bay mare, star, 118 near shoulder. One brown mare, star, saddle marked, TR off shoulder, c near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on the 31st May. A Armstrong, Poundkoeeper. v. R. A SALE of CROWN LANDS by Public Auction will be held at Eleven o'clock of TUESDAY 23rd May, 1871, at the COURT HOUSE, BENALLA. Tie lands to be submitted consist of Town Lots ;--Benalbl, Alcxanudra, Doon. Country Lots :-Parishes of Mooragag, Boho, Warrenbayne, Windham, Knockwood, Stawartou. Borolite. For particulars see Government Gazettl of 21st April, 1971. PROPOSED ATTACHMENT OF PART OF THE SHilIRE OF ALEXANDRA. TO THE SHIRE OF MANSFIELD. NOTICE is hereby given, in accordance with the provisions of The Shires Statute 1869, sections 22 and y9, that certain persons, stated to be a majority of the ratepayers of the part...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 19 May 1871

Holloway's Pills.-Stomach, Liver, and Bowels. -There is nothing hurtful in the composition of these purifying Pills, nothing that can injuro the most delicate constitution: They improve the ap petite, quicken the energies of the stomach and liver, and regulate the bowels. They thus become the surest safeguards against indigestion, and the safest :promoters of the body's growth and the mind's!development. Holloway's Fills exert a wholesome alterative and tonic action on every internal organ, and they regulate every disordered or debilitated function. They are natural, and therefore efficient, purifiers and correctives. Few unhealthy conditions of the stomach or digestive apparatus can withstand the accumulative healthy influence obtained over the whole frame when these PillsJ are judiciously and perseveringly taken by invalids.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 19 May 1871

EXTENSIVE ARRIVAL OF NEW DRAPERY GOODS ! -o0 J. PETERKIN ?pa plea?ure in acquainting Ilis customers and the publio generally that he l;as Iqut received ex " Young Australia," 44 Cases and Bales C5EASONABLE SOFT GOODS Amounttin5 a preiaalpen to Consisting chiefly of articles suitable for Ladies and gentlemen's Winter wear, and which he will be prepared to phqw and soill on SATUIDAY NEXT Included in the above shipment are ý 0 YARDS DRESS MATERIALS, from worth Is. Blankets, Ruga, Aberdeen Win.-eye, 12..' Flannels, Ticks, Heavy Sheootings, Holland, Ilorrocke's Shirtings, &c., in Great Variety and Splendid value. Corsets, Underclothing, Ribbons, Feathers, Flowers &e. &c. In immense profusion. In the GENTLEMEN'S READY-MADE DEPART M ENT, the Stock, in Pattern, Texture and Cut, will be found equal to the beat order-made goods, while the price is fully a Ti IRI) LESS. HATS IN EVERY STYLE. THE LAI1RGET STOCK OF TOOTS OUT OF MELBOURNE, of every description. from Ladies'...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, MAY, 19, 1871. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 19 May 1871

rPInrIIBlIED .VERY SRIDAY * Verits I' Iaclt Orniala." FRIDAY, MAY, 10, 1871. ,cra1 and Ognieral Tdwa. The first County Court and Court of Mines in Alexandra was held on Wednes day last before His Honor Judge Hackett. In the County Court there were 37 cases in the cause list, but very few of them came to trial, most of them being settled :out of Court. The appeal eases wore of consider able interest, and from the heavy costs given in each case, it may be inferred that the claims in dispute are of considerable value. There were many strangers from Melbourne attending these Courts, and with the assistance of Burton's Circus, the town of Alexandraahas had quite an eventful week. On what principle the Police Reward Fund is distributed we donr't profess to know. Presuming that merit is the stand ard, then we have a grievance. A few weeks 'ago this district was thrown into a state of consternation by the fact that two bushrangers had made their appearance on the Yarra track, and stuck up s...

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ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 19 May 1871

ALEXANDRA POST OF.FICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH Oj"MAILS Town. Mails Close, 3il UgArrive. Melbourne, vtd 3Mlonday, iWcd?c?. Yea day, Friday, 11.30. l p.m. Melbourne rid I Turday,''hursiday, I Sunday,' .dnesday Liarysville i .a.urdry, nouu Friday, ii ,.:4). a.nu. Melbournuerid I Mlonday.," Wcdn'.e- I Tuesday, :lhursday, Merton dayy, 1 rlay, G.30. iaturday, 10 a.m. Monday, Wlednea- Tuesday, l' huroday 1' day, Friday, 12.3:. Saturday, :11 a.m. p.m. Godfrey's Irt. I Dally (-un:dayex- IDaily (ISundaLys x-. on, Logwood ceipted) a:l0. am. cepted) 10 a..,n. Darlingford, I Sunday, WYednes-. Tuesday, Thurd ay, airnleson day, Friday, 10a.m Baturlby, nooul . Newspapers and olrr~btered letters ar.? rerllnred to be potled ono hour prior to thu time appoiuted for closinf malls. Money Ordern can now be obtained at t'tld Office from 10 n.m., to 3 p.r.. Ch(nre pTayable In Vietoria.-I?5 and unter, 6d L10 and under, Is. Colonies.-I.5 sad under. 1sn; L10 and under, a's. treat Britain ald11"eland.-L2 and un...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 19 May 1871

P UBLI t A'jTEjTION is invittd to the CIIOICI AND VARIEDl:, ASSORTMENT of DRAPERY, CLOTH ING, and NOW ON V IEW AT J. PETERBKIN'S S IOIANT-ST''ltIET1', A\LEXANDI)?A. which for VARIETY, C(1E1A -11 ."N E.SS. afod EXTE'NT, Is not Surpnssoed out of Melbourne. Custom,'rs aro invariably ~atisfied with their purcel,:'uw, tihere,'y proving that the principle adhtered t ini thi.s estahlishment of giving Good Value is theoe rrect . one The goods kept it, steCk nre First Class. and the prices are regulaeltt with It view to Extenrive UInu-inoe.. The incrt:sed amoulnt of sales tins crrated renders frequent ndtl itionn to tli stock necessary, consequently the Newest Goods nre always coming for ward. D E P A R T M E NT : Silks, Shawls, and 1iantles, PAll the Nowes?: Designs and Styles., .Linens, ICalicoes. Sheetings,. Flannels,.Blankets,: uilts, In all the bIht nmakes, and in till qualities HOSI ERY, GLOVES, HABERDASITER Y, TRIM 31INGS, MILLINERY, . FLOWERS. ^ °- • RIBBONS, LACES, PARASOLS, COLLARS...

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 19 May 1871

(To the Editor.) Sir-In your Nlast issue I noticed a para graph to the effect that some storekeeper had prevented the sale of an additional crushing machine for Alexandra by stating that it was not required, and thereby in Jured-not only the parties making the bar gain, but the district genorally. Now, Sir, as I am a storekeeper who may be suspon tpd of having done all this, I bog that you wUl clear myself and others who may be equaly innocent by stating the name of the person 3?tP refer to. I agree with you in thinking tLat there is a good opening for another orushb'bg plant hero. The crushings from No. 2 add the Mysterious average about L50 per weelk This is equal to L2500 per annum, without ,.'cluding other claims, whioh, with the presena prospects, may be calculated for the future L2t as much more, in all. L6000 per annum. I'f this is not a good return for two man,!ines I don't know what Is. Ten to twenty s;Jllings per ton for crushing is absurd, and if the store'- epcr you refe...

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COURT OF MINES. Wednesday, 16th May. (Before His Honor Judge Hackett.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 19 May 1871

COURT OF MINES. -<>- Wednesday, 16th May. (Before His Honor Judge Hackett.) McGill, Bennett, and Others v McLeod and Others.-This was an appeal from the Warden's Court at Alexandra, regarding twelve claims known as the Portia, Robinson Crusoe Gully. Mr Coster for appellant; Mr Smith for defendant. Mr Murray proved registration and sus- pension by the plaintiffs to be good. Luke Furze and Joel Northy were called, but could not recollect anything about work being done on the claim. Richard Rowe stated that no work had been done on the ground from February, 1870, to October, 1870. Started to work, but was prevented by O'Sullivan. Told this to Mr McLeod. Mr McLeod, sworn-In February, 1870, commenced to be manager. Paid men for working under the agreement produced. Other witnesses were examined, but their evidence was not material. Mr Smith having addressed the Court on the law of the case, the appeal was dis missed, with L53 6s costs. Portia G-M. Company v Apsley G...

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ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. Friday, May 12. (Before Mr Drury, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 19 May 1871

ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT:. Friday, May 12. (Before Mr Drury, P.M;) Fawkner v Parsons-This was a charge, of selling groz without a license. Mr Coster for plaintiff; Mr V. Smith for defendant. - Fawkner, i sworn, stated that he calledi at the defendant's house with a friend and got two :glasses of brandy, for which he paid Is. He had surumonsed the person who was with him, but he had jumped on, a. horse and rode off. Cross-examined--Mr Akehurst sent me, to gaol :for three months for stealing ear-. rings. Was never charged with perjury. The case was dismissed without prejudice. Same v Gough-Churge withdrawn. Same v H. Thesdorff,-This case had: been previously heard and dismissed with, LI 13s costs. Mr Smith, [who appeared for the defend.. ant, objected to this now charge being heard; until the cost in the last case were paid. The Bench ruled to hear the case, as the costs could be recovered in the usnal. manner. - Fawkner, sworn-Got a glass of grog from defendant's mate. Paid for it. Def...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 19 May 1871

Victoria Fire & Marino Insurance Company. fJAr O()rFICE: Market-trre,.t, Melhbourne. Capital, LI,00,ooo00. Chairman of the tonard of Directors, The lION. IIENRY MILLEI. Fire Insurances clltctied at the iow?est rurren rates ofprctinlinio. lvrv rlys rlynformation a ino rates &e can be obtaind sit the ol,,e at thei Agent J(SEIq! C[.1.11., ' ccrcutry. Agent for A leuxn !rL and sY n. W. IDOWNING. v ANC( COIPA1NY ANDI SAVINGS INSTIT'ruTE Henad oflice Market-otre,,t. Melbourne. Capital, J2,0u0.0ll,. In 40,000 esharL? of Lf2O each. Unlimitecd Liahilit y. Chairmtnns ofshe Ifoarsdl sI' f irectors I IThe hn ienry Mlih r. HSpeciai Fleatlre- 1. Secnrity--Tliat ofn jint stock company, witih. plail up and alcutnulatin?y csaluital, ani a proprietary. possessinu means in this country to mieet the claims, of the assured. S. Prtslnlumra--the lowe"'st'sOt ,can, be chakred with safely, and payable either quarterly or half yearly, at the option of th stse.sred. . '8 (iuaranteedil Boniss -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 26 May 1871

EXTENSIVE AR!VL OF NEW DRAPERY GOODS! at -o J. PIETERKIN bas pleasure in acquainting ila customers and the pusll'i generally that hu has just received cx " Young Australla," 44 Cases and Bales SEASONABLE SOFT GOODS Amounting as per invoice to Consisting chiefly of articlts suitable for Ladies and 'entlent.n's WVinter' wear, and which lie will be prepared to show and sell on SATURDAY NEXT Included in the above shipment aro ~000 YARDS DRESS MIATEIlIALS, froma 3id, worth is. Blankets, Rngs, Aberdeen Winceys, Welsh Flannels, Ticks, Heavy Shoetiugs, a Hlolland, IIorrocks's Shirrings, &c., in Great Vari:ty and Splendid value. Corsets, Underclothing, *ltibbons, Feathers, Flowers &o. &o in immense profusion. In the GENTLEMEN'S READ)Y.MADIC DEPART MENT, tihe Stock, in Pattern. Texturo and Cut, will be found equal to the hest order-imade goods, while the price is fully a 'Tltfit) LESS. IfATS IN EVERY STYLE. THE LAROELT STOICK OF BOOTS OUT OF MELBOURNIC, of every descri...

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