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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 2 June 1871

.UBLLU A I'1 L I?. N, 1 is invited to the CHOICE AAND VAIIIEI) ASFOI:TMENT of DRAPE RY, CLOTHING, and NOW ON VIEW AT J. PETER'KIN'S IORA NT-'rST EET, AL}XA NDhIA. which for SVARIETY, CIIEAPNESS. and EXTBNT. Is not Surpoescd out of Melbcurne. Cuqtomtnrsr arc invtariably rati-fied with their purchases, thlerely proving that the 'principle, adhetad to in this tbtubliihment of giving Good Value is.the ctIrrCOt 'one The gbod. kalpt in stock are First Class. and the price. are regulaien with a view to Extensive Business. The itncr eastl unluount of sales thus created renders frrqutot add itlnts to the stock necEos'ary, consequently the Newest Goods are always coming t t? ulid. -4--`-- D EPART MEN. TS: Bilks, Rhawls, and Mantles, . All the Nett es: Designs and Styles. i "Linens, Calicoos. Sheetings, Flannel s,-,?lnnketa,'Q uilts, In nll the I 1-.t mak R, andl in all qualitles HBOSI IItY, GLOVES, HABEIDASITERY, TIIM MI INOP, b.11UJ.NERY?, FLOWERS. IIBnONS, LACES, P PATIASOLS, COLLARS, &...

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 2 June 1871

MINING NEWS. ---4- Albert Gold Mining Comnpany (No, 5 Lnckir".-A. al'-y rlyv meeting o^ this -. . . . pompany was held at the Corner Hotel yes. terday (Thursday), Mr Nixon in the chair. Mr C. McDougall moved, Mr Cronin secon ded, that the meeting be postponed fir three weeks. MIr Bennett moved, Mr Mis camble seconded, that the meeting be post poned till the followin-r day. Mr DBennett, In moving the am?endhnint, srated that he Lad found under Mir Be:attie's manag'ement the bottle of brandy .yterni ,xien-iv-ly car ried on. The putting iB of piplw was U failure, and showed bd ntimane,'ment. A great many mena were doing; nothing on the claim, whilst there was 16 feet of water in it. lie 1had reported ahbules, and resolved to get rid of Beattie. lie got all the blame and ill will in conetleqlit nce of what he did. Firewood was thriown about without measurement, end many other abuses, such its taking rich stuff to private houses, &c. Aftter enumeratint at great length a number of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 2 June 1871

A LOCAL LAND BOARD will be holden at ALEXANI)RA at 10 o'clock on SATURDAY 3rd day of June. to investigate appllcatione for Licenses ti occupy land under p .rt 2 of the Land Act, 1869. F. PINNIG Eli, District Surveyor. To Land Selectors. N O T I'CE. TIIE AUTIIHORIED SURVEYOR for the . Alerandra 1)istrict-Mt D)OWNEY-ls also appointed VAI.UAT''IR, from whom persons desirous of purchasing or obtaintng a tlease of their holdings, may obtain certifldctep ofthe improve monte effected thereon; I Hereby ?ivo notice that I am. apply'in to l. thef President of the Ooard of Lund and W\V.rku for a liceneoe to occupy an allotlnent of land under the49thI section of the Ladn Act. 1869. conutiningabout °" acres. situated on. Eglington Creok. parishl of Al:xandra. C. ?R?T. tMay 12Lh, 1871 .. . John Downey Esq , Authori'od Surveyor App ication for a Pablican's License. I TO 'IIIE BENCU I OF LICENSING MAGIS TRATRS. 1 FREDERIOl NCIIO'LS of Acheron I. frmer, do hereby give ;~ notice that desire to obtain...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 2 June 1871

':·Victoria Fire & MlYarine Insurance Company. HuE (O FFICEr MarketHStreet, Mclbiirne. Capital, .1,00o,000. Chairman of the Board of Directors, The HON. IIFENRY MIILLER. Fire Insurances ciTected at tie ho~elt eurren rates of premium. Every Informati,,.I as to rates t& can be obtained at the o?ice of the Agent. JOS91EPl COLLIE, Secretary. Agent for Alexandra and Yea. W. DOWNING. VICTORIA LIFE AND GEN~RTAL INSUR ANCE COMJaANY AND SAVINGS INSTITUTE Headt omlcn Market-street, Melbourne. CIpital, L2,0Oo.ooJ, in 40,000 shares of LS0 each. Unlimioted Liab;llty. Chairman oftho Board of Directors t The Ifon Henry Miller. Special Features- 1. Secnrity-That of a joint stock company, with . pld uip and accumulating ct.pitai, and a proprietary possessing means In this country to meet the claims of the asMered. 2. Premiums -the lowect that can be charged with safety, and payable either quarterly or half yearly, at the option of the assured 8. Guaranteed ilonus -Giving the assured ...

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 9 June 1871

MINING NEWS. -4---- In this paper we give a long report of the moat important case (Power v. Aurora); that has come before the. Warden's Court at Alexandra. Mr V. Smith, in lay ing the points, at issue before the Court, "spoke for upwards of four hours. The War den found for thei defendants. Notice of appeal was given. The Galntea, from 10 tons of quartz, washed up 38 oz. 10 dwt. on Friday lust. Montezuma Co. from a quantity of rubble crushed, 8 oz,10., dwt. was obtained on Saturday last. Albert, Co.-100; tons. of stone now being crushed. A. large qanutity of specimens from the Eldorado reef were exhilited in. the. town bhip by a miner i few days ago. Ile stated that he got thetin on the surflicce,, near the old workings, "'The best laid schemes o' mico arid men gang aft aglee," is an old, saying, as true as it is trite. We quote it as being appli cable (at least in so for as the men are con. corned) to one of the mining speoulations in this IzoighbourLood.. Some one has said " ther...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1871. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 9 June 1871

FIlIDAY, JUNE 9, 1871. S orad and qlner'all Sjqun. In another column we publlish a Prosp. tus of a now crushing plant for Alexandra. As Inerly one-half of the required calpital is alrtadly subscribed, no doubt the company will be floated ruoceisfully. That there In Sorn for another crushing plant will be readily admitted, from the f?ct that the sione at present bemg raised fromt the Albert ntd Mysterious Companies alone is sufficient not only to give excellent dividends, but to keep the machine almost constantly at work. A very fiho sample of 6 It. paling was exhibited at Mr Cionin's store a few days ego, which was split a few miles up the Goulburn. Sixteen palings were ob. tained from 3 in. timber, and, that without the slightest flow.. The difficulty of getting sawn timber for building and mining purposes is. creating much inconvenience to 'contractors. Mr Briggs, who has taken the contract for build ing the Hospital, cannot get sawyers to sup ply him with studs and other necessar...

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DURHAM GULLY, SPRING CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 9 June 1871

DURHAMI GULLY, SPRING CREEK. (From our own Correspondent.) The prospectors on Spring Creek, have spared no time and trouble in testing the ground at the Hope olaim;. they have driven a considerable distance north and south. In the northern drive a little gold has been obtained. Another shaft is being put down which will prove the ground on this part of the creek. Discouraging accounts have been received here, by a priveat letter, from the Stockyard diggings. A miner, who left the Durham about six weeks ago, upon whom I can place perfect relianco, states that there has been no fresh ground opened up, and there is no shallow ground or tucker ground ; only a few claims are paying ; the country is very swampy ; and he advises his mates and friends not to go there. A christening.of the Bryan's Creek crush inH" machine, Mnindample, took place on Saturday last. A number of Ma?nsficld gentlemen and Melbourne capitalists were present. Mrs McIntyre was the priestess on the occasion, who chris...

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SCRUBBY CREEK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 9 June 1871

SCRUBBY CREEK RACES. (From a CorrespOL .)" b .. The Scrubby Creek Annual Hnees came off on Wednesday, May 24, and the inha bitants of Whittloeea wore early astir mak. ing preparations for a start to the course, which is situ rted three miles from the town ship, near the Carriers' Arms Hotel. These races were firat started several years ago by Mr G. Taylor, am a sort of Autumn meeting for the sporting men of the dis tricc, and for the amusement of the good people of Whittlesea, who would otherwise have been in danger of falling into a state of lethargy from the dulness of their town ship and the absence of some sort of excite ment, which are the prevailing character istics of the majority of agricultural dis tricts. Accordingly, about 12 o'clock on the day named, a goodly number of eques trians and 'pedestrians (principally the former) had assembled on the course, the greatest numberbeing composed of the local cockatoos, with their wives and rosy-obeeked daughters. The " timber merch...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 9 June 1871

'inrrIpuunillt. (To the Editor.) Sir-Before leaving the district of Alex andra, will you kindly, on my behalf,, re turn my most grateful thanks to the inha bitants of your flourishing township for their liberal, I should say splendid, subsorip tions.towards the completion of St. Patrick's Oathedral, Melbourne. A special tribute is due to the memory of my Protestant friends who, regardless of creed, early training, or personal considorations, nobly emulated the members of my own flock in their generous offering. It may be said, no doubt, that St. Patrick's is a national building, upon which all alike can look with pride and pleasure, nevertl?elcss I am convinced that oven were it put before the public ol Alexandra in a sectarian light, from the true feeling of charity that exists amongst all de nominations, I amn happy to feel that in that point also the coffers of their pockets would respond to my appeal. The sum total collected in Alexarnlra proper would amount to LiO. I am, Sir. &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 9 June 1871

EXITEN3W i EL OF SW C CDRAPERY GOODS00 at o- J. PETERK I brs pleasure in nrquainting his custlomers and tlhe public generally that he has jl?tt received ex " Young Australia"' 44 Cases and Bales SEASONATILE SOFT GOODS Amnountitg as per invoih e to Consisting chiefly of artich s suitible f:r ,adics and gentlemen's 'Winter wear, nnd whitch he will he prepared to allow and sell on KAT'UII)AY NEXT Included in the hb,.re shlipmentt are 3000 YARDS DRESS MATEItIALS, from .'d. worth Is. i3ltrkots, logs, Abelrdeen WVirceoy, Wcreh Fiinnels, 'l'icks, Hiertvy Sheetings, Holland, IIrroccks's Shirtinpa, &c., in Great Vanri, ty and Splendid valhtw. Corsets, Undcrclothhint', IRibbons, Ft albert, Flowers &a. & In imnmenso profusion. In the GENTLEMEN'S ItEADY-MAItE. DEPARRT M EN'P, the Stock, in I'attlin, Texture and (lit. will be foulndl equal to the ho.t order-mtnle goods, while the price in fully a Tll [It I) LI ESS. HATS IN EVIIERY STYLE. TfIE LAIlGES'T STOC('K OF I')OOTS ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 9 June 1871

Victoria Fire & Marine Insnurance Company. IIr.au )I ICEe: Market Street, Mrlhniourne. Capital, I.,0oi,00o0. Chairmnn of the iBacrd of Directors, The IION. IIf iNRY MIILLEIt. Fire Insurances .ciRicteI at the lowest carrce rates of prtminm. Ev ry infltrnmution as to rate S & can be olutainid at the otllce of the Agent JOSElI'II COfI.IItE, ccrctciry. Agent for Alcxandlr and Yan. W. DOWNINO. TRIAZIFE rANU GEN!RAL INSUlt AN('E C(OMI'NY AND SAVINGS INSTITUTE Head oflico Market-street. Melhourne. Capital, L2,000.(00, in 40,000 shares of L50 each. Unlilmited Liability. Chairman ofihe tloaril of Directors : The Iron Henry Miller. S Spcial IFeatures-- " 1. Security-That ofa joint stock company, with plad up and accumulating capital, and a proprietary possessing means in this country to meet the claims of the assured. 2. Premiums -the lowest that can be charged with safety, and payable either quarterly or half yearly, at the option of the nssured . 3. Guaranteed Bonus-Givling ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 9 June 1871

THE ECONOMIC QUARTZ CRUSHING COMPANY. HIS Company is formed with the view of purchasing, moving, and re-erecting the well-known Crushing Plant at the Pig and Whistle Claim, which consists of Engine (16 horse power), two Cornish Boilers, Eight head of Stampers, and is furnished with spare Shaft to which eight additional head can at any time be added, Retort Tables and all appliances for a first class crushing machine, The fhvorable terms upon which this can be effected, enables the Promoter to state that the purchase, re moval, and re erection can be guaranteed for the sum of L050, covering all centingen Ioes. The small capital thus represented will, it is obvious, enable this machine to crush for rates far below those now chargoed by the British Hero Machine Company, that Company having an unduly large capital rep. resented in scrip, and very heavy expenses in management. It may therefore be readily seen that the proposed Company can remu neratively crush at rates fully one-half or ...

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Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 9 June 1871

Origial 1urtr , -4--C- Who saw me rarely but when droes'd, And gave me no m'ternal breast, Eel to my mouth the bottle press'd ? My Moter.. When sleep forsook my open eye, And too much rocking made me cry. Who gave me Steedman's Powder ? Why My Mother. Who gave me gin when I was ill, And cakes and lollipops my fill, And threw away the "nasty pill" ? My Mother. Who deck'd herself sn fine and gay, =And always hurried me away, If she was going to the pla~ ? - y Mfother. Who went to concert, rout, or ball, And left me in the servants' hall, To laugh or cry, or squeal, or squall ? My Mother. Who shook me roughly when I fell,' I And skelp'd me where, I peed not tell,' And taught my infant lips to " spell" P ?/y Mother. Who was a lioness and lamb, 'Who scolded me, then gave me fam, In short, who made me what I am ?" My Mother. Who licked me always, as a rule, And called me little knave and fool, And sent me blubbering offto school ? My Motber. Who chided me for telling truth, And taught me ...

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ALEXANDRA WARDEN'S COURT. Tuesday, June 6 (Before Mr Warden Drury.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 9 June 1871

ALEXANDIRA WARDEN'S.- COURT. j Tuesday, June 0 (Before Mr Warderi Drury.) 0. W. James v. T. Weiall--Sotled. A. Tornaros v. J: II. McGill.-3Ir W. V. Smith for plaintiff; Mr Emerson .or de fendant. This wes an application to be put in possession of 11 wet frontage claims oni the Working Miners' lead, Godreay's Creek, known as No.,- 1 to 1i North 'I'le original summons set forth that the defondant hadi neglected workngr the ground from on or about the 28th February, 1871, to date of summons; thae oiopis 'ated the time of for fiiture from tlf~0th February. Mr Smith applied to have the summoes amendled, but 31r Emerson said ho h had been misled by the wrong date, and successfully objected to tho anmendment. Postponed to the 20lh inct. Costs against pilaintiff LI 11s, to be pa-d, before the case is heard. Jones v. Fogarty and Others-No. ap ýýl[ OVA. G; l vo""; [: Wayvnou)and -Others, -This was an application to be put in posses= sion of the ground known as the Oheron. Mr V. Smith 1fr plai...

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ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. Wednesday, June 7. (Before Mr Drury, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 9 June 1871

ALEXANDRA. POLICE COURT. - -- Wiadnesday, June 7. (Before AIr Drury, P,lM.) Police v Poppel-Charge of stealing a, rug and other articles. Mr V. Smith op. ponred for thel prisoner. Janmos 3oresfod, sworn--Am a splitter. Reoembher tie 27th April. I.eft home to attend the Police Court at -Healesvillo on that date, and returned on the 28th. Found the door open. Missed an axe, wallaby rug, and 0 lb. bacou. Identify the rug now prioduced as my property. "Made it myself. The axe produced is also mine. Have had it six months. Was charged nt Whittlesea with sto:ling a flute, and got a month. Frederick Fisher, sworn-Am a publican residing at Fisher'a Creek. Know the pri. soner. lHe c died at my place on the even-. ingr of the 27th April. iHe was riding in company with Mr McColl. MIr McColl askedil the prisoner to go o iup the spur for u. chain. Prisoner returrned to my house that evening,. ie did nut stop, but went to where his bulloclks were camped. Cross.exalmined-Did not see the pri-. 'one...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 9 June 1871

PIUBLLIC AlTErTIlON is inriktd to the CIIOICE AND VAIIED ASSOI1TMTll.T of DRAPERY, OCLOTHING, pnd NOW ON VIEw AT J. .PETER'KIN'S GtOlANT-STRIEET, ALEXANDItA. which for CI1EAPNESS. and EXTE?NT, Is not Surpassed out of Melbourne. 'Customers are invariably satisfied with their purchtasc, therely piroving that the principle adhered to in this establishmcnt of giving Good Value is the ccrreot one The goods kept in stock are First Class. and the prices are reguutecn with a view to Extensive Business. The increased amount of sales thus oreated renders frequent dtd itlons to the stock necessary, consequently the N?jWeyft Goolis lt always conming forward. DEPARTM N T8: Silks, Shawls, and Mantles, fAll the Nowes: Dea:ilns and Styles. I Linens, Calicoes, Sheetinga, Flannel,.' oBlankets. Qauilts, In all the heat mlakes, and in atll qu;slities SOSIERY, GLOVES, XIABERDASIIERY, TRIMMl IN C(S, )1IU,LINERY, FLOWERS, pI3BONS, DACES, S AR1ASOLS, COLLARS, &O. A SPLENDID CHOICE, Ladies' Underclo...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 16 June 1871

PIrnrlinBirD .VERY vtlDAY "''Vritss, V'ltclt Onunla.' FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1871. WuV beg to acknowledge the receipt of a copy of a ]Momorial from the Warehouse men of Melbourne to Her Majesty's Via torinr Ministers. We commence by placing iupn rccord our entire dissent hfomt tie )prlnciplrs upon which th1 said meamorial is based. The memorialists " consider that the Customs duties should only be imposed upon such nrticloe as do not interfere with the foreign trulo of the port," and " that the home consumer may pay as little as pos sible beyond what has been collected by the -Customs." The meaning of this is simply " Free Trade." In other words, permit fleets of merchant vesselsto float into. our harbour from all parts of the world, and dischargo their cheap, damaged, bankrupt goods into the bluo-stone stores of 3Mel bourne warehousemen until they pro filled to the highest attic-till the auction rooms and " Cheap John" establishments are over flowing with articles to be sold at less than...

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Original Poetry, IN MEMORIAM. THE LATE WILLIAM BON, ESQ., OF MILLER'S PONDS STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 16 June 1871

IN MEMORIAM. THE LATE WILLIAM BON, ESQ., OF MILLER'S PONDS STATION. While cruel l)eath is stalking through the land, Hies victims mowing down on every hand. Of his dire acts the words most frequent said, Alas I my friend, kind Willie Bon is dead. O Tragio buso, pour forth thy mournful strains, For o'er him now the King of Terror reigns, Forced by his power to take the dreadful leap To endless being or eternal sleep, Oft will the son of toil repeant his name, His memory cherish, and his worth proclaim. For them his bounteous table always spread, The poor assisted, and the hungry fed. Even his faults and his eccentric ways Will form the subject and the theme of praise, Beloved by rich and poor, by great and small, A foe to none, a generous friend to all. Farewell I a kinder heart God gaveto none Than that which warmed the breast of William IBon. EUROKA. Jerusalem Creek, 12th June, 1871,

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 16 June 1871

MINING NEWS.' I Albert G. AM. Company (No. 2. Luckie) -This company crushed last week 115 tons of quartz last week, which yielded 100 oz 15 dwt. The . reef continues about 10 feet wide, and has every appearance of listing for many years. Leviathan Tribute.--Tho shaft is now down 150 feet. Tho stone, which for the last '80 feet has been very soft, is now much harder. The roof is expectdd in about 30 fret more sinking. Mysterious Company.-About 120 tons stone have been raised in this claim, hut the shnreholders are not disposed to pay 104 per ton for crushing. Some compromise as to price of crushing is leing negotiatld. In the case of Power v. Aurora G.M. Company, lately heard before Warden Drury, an appeal hna blen lod'ed. The matter will como befnr'o Judge HIackett at the next sitting of the Court of Mines in Alexandra four months hence. The Crmosus.-This claim crushed 24 tons this week at the Lily machine, and got the satisficetory yield of 44 oz. The tribute by Pollrino and Rouese...

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ENIGMA V. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 16 June 1871

ENIGMA V. These riddles are stupid things, some people say ; " Some people" are stupid, no doubt, Because they can't eat them, or that they don't pay, They won't try to puzzle them out. But others there are of a wittier sort, Who do take the greatest delight In reading enigmas, and think it good sport, To guess 'til th:y an-swer aright. Tho latter have readily guess'd No. 4, And Ill. too, was quite plain enough; Ilut now I'll employ them on one riddle more, Which I fancy they'll flid rather tough. The thing, then, I want yin tIo ness has no form, And yet it shapes manly events. 'Tis active ant brisk, and it sometimes grows warm, Tho' a coldness it often presente. Wherover men are the thing never is missed, For 'tis present with every ono. Without it society couldn't exist, And a thoneand thir.ng couldn't be done. Intangible, yet the thing olten is felt, Giving rise to both pleaqsure and pain And manny a blow it has dastardly dealt, And manny have liven by it slain. It raises anion m...

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