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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 7 August 1868

wIxr.ltwrI n F.Z'EY TuESED.AY AND mmxvn JIons1NUs I 'er titrltU s incht OumnIi."' FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1808. Tn E followirg letter, whiich hies been hlnd'd ' to us for phm lication, will set at rest the qfue~ion ns to what per~mmns are entitledl to votu ut the lorthcoinmnte el'ctiou of members of tie Alexandra Roadl lie utl. We sutlhjoin 9Ls cluune5 oL the Act aefi.rred to. Alxanalra, Bth August, 1808. Srn,-1hfL f ring It fo rmter correspondence on the que.t' ?sl rai:sd in to w'.h'it pefrsoIns posse.ss th " right to vot? at the fortheo ming liwl0l IloIrd cli'hition, I now. be? to inform voi th:it I s.ihill rewive the vote?5 of all o'r onns. qu.,liftil Inielr the 45th, 48th, and 75th chlses of thi Act, No. 17;, treatine. this election as timhe ?t for a 'Inew'" and not a "sepiratel'd" disti'. 1 regret that when the, d fhiculty wais first rtisoed, I was (as I hove already mnenti,'ned) not aware of the prnnlamation of the 24rth March. You tlay mrke what use you think fit of this letter. I ...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Correspondence. (To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 7 August 1868

-4-- (Th thie Tditor ° of Iae .9lrExndra T naie.) Sna.-Since ,my last communication a favorable answer hasbeen received to our petition, and, in future oour township is to be styled iliginbotham. the surveyor is expected daily to put things into ship-shape. ' MrD. M'Kay, of Yea, hls a store going up, and Brown and Dudley, of Maindample, are putting upanhotol. There are besides a but clhers sitop, and other business places.. The oltief part of the crushlag plant is on the ground. On nccount of the unfavorable weather there is. but little news to report from the reefs, byond a sale of a 4th in tihe Balsclava-flpare not transpired. I notice a writer from Yea in the Kilmore Lx. aminer of July 23rd, in speaking of the miners' earnings in our locality, rates them as near as pos sibloeat the starving point, and I desire to' give his statement , ,n unqualified contradiction. So far as theirsubsisting on kangaroo is concerned, Iventure to state that the writer in question has never visited t...

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(To the Editor of the Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 7 August 1868

(To the tlditor of rte Alexandra Times.) DEAt SIn,-About a month ago a letter from some correspondent hero was published by you, in whichl the phraso "boy bankors of Wood's roint" was used. In itself the matter is trivial enough, but as tbo authorship of this letter .has been attributed to me, and thlis assertion Is, I understand, persisted ihi by certain mischievous persons, not withstanding my denial of any knowledgo whatever of the writer or his writing, I shall be obliged if you will publish a denial yourself. I object, I am sure you will admit very properly., to have the quarrels of others foisted on me. I remain, dear Sir, yours truly, A. B. AINSWOITH. Wood's Point, August 2nd, 1868. [Wo can only say that Mr Ainsworth dii not write the letter referred to, and if heo will furnish us with the names of "certain mischievous persons,'' we shall publish them as such, wvhich may have the eflect of stopping their gabble.-En. Times.1

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(To the Editor of the Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 7 August 1868

(To the Ealitor of thc Alexandra 7Times.) M~Y DeAn Sin,-- was so pleased to see a little paragraph in your last issuse r, ferring to the formation of a .Mlatrimonial Club. Now, if there .is one thing more th ln another on which I have sot my heart, it is just the formation of such a Club. Oh I ii. we..ll be so jlly I arnd 1 fancy, in a short time would becomllle Iiclh I llore Ipopular end enltrrtaining tlh ln. either a Tlhspian: or Quadrille Club. As the lords of creation (heaven save the mark) seldom, it ever, drearn of anything for our advancement, I hope the I itics of Alexandra will tk?o this matter up w:Iarmly, and show Wlhat we can hIo. Just to keep the ball rolling, as you will see by t :e celloed advertisement, I have no objection to correspond widl any respectable young mIant, who has no intenttion of going in for the Road Board, indl who will not tobject to mny attendance at all or any of the balls, routs, or entertainments for which 1\lexandra stanal so prowlly pre-eminen...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 7 August 1868

The scarcity of water which is at present so severely felt by the miners and house holders of Alexandra will soon be at an end, as itis confidently expected that an ample supply of that element-sufficient to lust at least twelve months-will be gathered here from the immense quantity of spoutin; produced by the thirteeen candidates for road hoard honors. The shareholders in the 13rian Boron (lite United Kingdom) have, on the suggestion of Mr -I. Perkins, resolved to give the work men (20) a holiday on the day of the elec tion for the Road Beoard, and we expect the example will be followed by most of the conm panies and claims in the district. Mr Kannegiesser's fortnightly quadrille assemblly is certninly one of the best con ducted and most successfll entertainments we have seen on the goldfields On Wed nesday last the ;spacious saloon at the Corner Hotel was well filled, and a![ present en joyedl a most pleasant evening. PoPe LA n ENT1nTAr.NMENT COa?MITTEIIE. -Thie first, of a serie ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 7 August 1868

LIfVtCELLAL EOU5t. TIiE GREAT AMERICAN REMEDIES -go YOl RItEU IA'IT'IS', NI:UItCA.GOIA. GOUT, SPRAINS, HIEAlA)At:CH, &c. Mexican MUSTANG LINIMENT, Mexican MUSTANG C.1NDITION PIOWDERq, 1 A G I C I' I L L S (St.ar Coated). --o - Manufactorv : 70 Little Collin Sitreet Enat, Melbourne. -oU J. PET E RK I N (AGENT) A. L. F2 A1. N D R A Little Wonder Store. . GRANT.STREET, ALE X A N D RA. -o GENERAL NEWS AGENT, DRAPER, 'I'OIIACCON IST, STATIONER, and Genirul M1L"ICIIANT. -o H FRANKS, in returning thanks to his * friends and theo public fir the liberal. s.ipport he has hald ince opening his business in this town, begs to call attention to hiii Firsct-Clas 'T'OCI OF Tobacco, (1i.aars, FI1?cy GoodLs, andtu his Large AssortI in?rn of DRAPERY AND CLOTHING Having been bought fir CASH, he is able to compete with the largest stores in the district. SOLE AGEN,'T FOlR TIlE"AGF." Licensed to Sell Postage Stamps. J. II. M ' M A H 0 N, lVIIoLEsALE & lRETAIL B U 1' C II E R. H OTELS and ...

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SPRING CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 7 August 1868

SPRING CREEK. A numerous meeting of the road district electors took place on Monday night at Raeuber's Hotel, Spring Creek, to hear ad- dresses from Messrs Perkins, Coster, Cronin, and Cooper - candidates for seats in the Alexandra Road Board. Mr G. Fitzgerald was voted to the chair, and introduced the speakers. Mr Perkins informed the meeting of the exertions which he and others had made to get a polling place at Spring Creek, and how the Government had refused to alter the ar- rangements which it seems had been made some time ago on the representations of people at the upper end of Thornton. Those persons had been very active in obstructing and interfering with the committee, and also prevented a polling booth being established at lower Thornton, where the majority of the electors lived. He trusted the electors would, nevertheless, record their votes, even at a sacrifice, to let the Department see how the Government had been misled. Mr Per- kins touched on the usual subjects, and ...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 7 August 1868

P"ublc ntltee. FIRST ELECTION OF MIESIMBEIS L TuHE BOARD OF THE ALEXANDRA ROAD DISTRICT. I the undersigned, being the Officer by and before whom the First Elec.tion of Mesmbers of the Board of the Alexandra Ito otl District is appointed to be held, hereby give public notice that the undermentioned Peroons have been Noninated, namily : JAMES ACHILLES COOPER FREDEIICIC COSTER JOHN CRONIN ARCHIIIALI) FIEDI)ERICI( FLETCHER WILLIAM GREEN JOHN BEEVEIL JONES IIENRY CHARLES KANNEGIESSER WILLIAM KNOWLES SAMU I:L MILLIGAN GERAIII) PENDLEBURY IIENRY PIIRKINS JOHN I'E'TEItKIN and JAMES I)ANIEL WEBSTER. And I therefore hereby further Give Notice that a POLL will be taken for the Election of such Mem bers on Thursday, the t3th day of August instant (being the day appointed under the provisions of the Act No. 176), at the pollihg places, that is to say : hllind Place. tilng in which Iteturning OUi'cer oiling Place. olling hed. I or Deputy_. A. I'. Akehurst, Alexandra. Common;Schoolhouse. Rieturnin...

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ELECTION MEETINGS. ALEXANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 7 August 1868

ELECTION MEETINGS, ALEXANDIA. A public meeting the of Electors of Alex andra was held on Tuesday evening last. at Cook's Hotel. Mr Patton was voted to the chair, and having explained the object of the meeting, called upon Mr H. Perkins- to ad dress the electors. Mr Perkins stated that it always fell to his lot to address meetings first. He had little to say in addition to what had been already stated. A. report had been industri ously circulated that he wished to reduce the wages; he could only givee this a most emphatic denial, it was not true, he would point to the fact that he had been the first to proclaim a general holiday, and give the   workmen their day's wages-that did not look like a wish to reduce the wages of the working miners. (Applause.) He could only again say that if elected he would act impartially, and do all he could for the   best interests of the district. In reply to questions Mr. Perkins said that he was in favor of the eight hours s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 August 1868

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ABOUT THE STREETS. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 August 1868

SABJUUT THE STRET'I.S.. I' No: II. IJow goes thoe fight? Verily it wazoth fierce. and the day of the dooisive struggle I'is at hand. The polished steol gleams from afar, 1 And ovory moment learer shows the war. slicbh and all are buckling on their hurenie, arid the furbishing of farms, tho'calling upi of Iorqes, and the mode of setting the battle in arruiy, are now become the all absorbing ou~iepations of the hour. Of course all can not be victors, and the vanquished must bear their dlfe.tt as best they may. " The cry is still they come," and several chalmpios.a have appeared in-the field since my last, but as a counterpoise to this some .who entered tho list. have withdrawn, and mothinks the white iuathaer hus peered out hornom beneath the armor of self-confidence in more than once insntnoao. That the fight will bo shor· and decisive there can be no question, and IIoaven suend it mays end here. But of this there is comrn doubt.. Meetings have been hihl hero, there, and everywhero, ...

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Original Poetry. FORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 August 1868

SdrigiunI~ nrmrq. F ) ITUN E. You ask, had Fortune with a ,noile, Blestowed on me a glittering pile ; Would I, too, quickly ruin health, And disaulutely aquander.w altht With worldlings, or trivo:fics gay, Or ape at pomp and vain display ; Or travel tar o't:r l:mi and mla ? No, nolte if this c·hs t)ilass tfr rite. But soute lone stre:ta I would h evo sought, . And with a Ihand and hiatrt have bought A youutg conltp.mnllOl , pensli[, sweeOt A tutor f,*r miy wild mouse swwet : And with Itir, in stomln sulnnly bLos cr, EIraiptured spent actu joyous hour; Winsi g by loven and gentle art, The ipure affection of hier lih art. T?,gethi.r, then, we bMed in hand Would .tray along tiime's wave marked strand, Guiding iilch other to that prize Thc dliadetl beyond the skies. Bound by each tendril of the heart, Our sotuls, not death itself could part I For wlhn we gained the darksorne shoreo, Together hwe would " ferry o'er" The stream that parts all carthly mortals, From Hell's dark arch, or lHe...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Alexandra Times) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 August 1868

aurrrqpunlncrt. S- - (To the Editor of the Alexandra Times) S n,-With the view of directing attention to the desirability of testing the auriferous character of the alluvial ground in and around Alexandra, and more especially of inducing enquiry'into the resouroaes of the U. T. Creek, I beg to offer the following 6bservnaiopiti 'lThe U. T.' Unrok, after a :t?riartnus. and rapid course of about teri miles, through the spurs from the dividing range which separates the vallvse of the Delatite and Goulburn Rivers, slowly winds its way through thei flat occupying the centre of the township of Alexandra, and, after a fiurther course of two miles, empltis itself into the latter river, Like all mouzntain streams its character varies with the season-in winter, a fierce tempse tuous rivluet ; in summer, a quiet, meandtlr ing anod sluggish stream. The rocks (of which the ranges forming the water si?ed of the main crook, as well as of the many water courses which contribute to it - cnist) belun...

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(To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 August 1868

('T the Editor of 2leAlexandra 2imes.)' tus.-llIal I the honor of an acquaintance with one tif tln C mmittfte of the Popular Entertainment Soiciv I would nO t trouile you with theose lines, butl .i tle euOtinflnts of one who takes, a, deep interest in all kinds of intellectual recreation, and who is ia comlparative stranger in Alexandra-and a total etrangeoi to all whol took part in the entertain ment on Tinldany evening-you may, perhaps, not think thltn entirely beneath notice. I would con gra'illie' thei iontnilitti', first, on the excellence of their prourtrtlnoi. l''hvgh most of the pieces wore ol.' they were like good wine, and had attained that mellolwness which in a song. as in wine, is only acquired by yearn, and which in neither caeo can be arrived at unless the article be originally good and thoroughly sound. But, if any should object to the ago of a song. i had no fault to find in that respect with the singers, whil, however, in no ;instanooe llhtwed the least fooling of ...

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(To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 August 1868

( 7T the Editor "f The Alexandra. Times.) DI.eau 8ta,-A- . somno of. thu P and C canlijLates (the former I )roesume mea?ns privatc. ritad toro ltter cliqut -private clique) have tIlli e frequent all usionsn in public meetirugs th'ut I have endeavourld to dis franchibe the district voters (excepitintg t:usu on the Mansfield roll), I beg most emphati ctlly to deniy those statements. The differ ence of opinion, which I bold does not affect the voters in the least. In reference to the legal existence of the Board, when elected, I have hitherto cautiously refrained trom allud ing to, the subject at any mroting which 1: have addressed, so for us my opinin together with that of the Attorney General are con cerned, but it the election is to he oonduc'ed in, the manner prIrojsed and print'd by Mr. Akehurst and Mr Co,?er I do nor hesitate to say that the Road IBoard wll illegally be in. existence which will cau-,e tli district to be thrown into a state of stactu quo for -cveral months if' not...

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(To the Editor of the Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 August 1868

(To the Editor of the Alaa'iulra Times.)l Sin,-It would be unreasonable in me to. find fnult with Mir J. D. Webster for offer ing himself as a candidate, in order to. advertise. my .eficiency in my profession. It is.inore than, I exle'Ciud of' hil, that "he would expatiate iupon his inumerOUs defeats. at the hands of ily clients, in order to satisfy the public that I ought to be elected. I think also, that without self glorification, I: may say, in contumation of Mr Wsbster's. speech at the Eldorado on Saturday night, that the law books which he spoke of as. being in my office, are all by the best authors,. and that Ihave a further supply in Mel bourne, which I intend to bring up by the existing mode of conveyance, without wait ing for the extensive rail road and tramways, which Mr Webster intends to build, if elected.. But I. am not going to lot Mr Wobster's exertions to advertise my business, prevent' me from showing that what I asserted at the meeting on Saturday respecting him, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 August 1868

?1Itc'.ictt t. FREEMAN'S CfILORODYNE. TlI ORTIGINAL CITLORODYNE, invented by HICHIARID IltElMAN, pharmaccutist, is one of the greatest discoveries of the present age, and is largely uned by the most eminen t mdical men in hospital and private practice, in all parts of the globe. It rapidly relieves pain from whatever cause, allays the irritation of fever, soothes the cyntem under ex hausting disca.ss, and gives sleep without produc ing the distrieyinug symptoma which arise Irom the use of opiates. Consumption, coughs, cold, influenza, bronchitis, asthma, Ioepin0g cough, diarrhaon, dysentery, choleora spasms, cramps, rcheumatism, gut, &e., inmuclietely Conchlunive ccltilnco of the vallln of it in cholera, diarrhea. and dysentery is afforded by the Iblloss injg from the Higlht Iloncrable Earl Russcoil, who eraci onsly transmitted it t,? the inventor mt Chlorodync. TMr It. Frcenmn, and to the Royal Coll1ge of Physi cians of London. Extract of a dcrpatch from Acting-Consul Webb,...

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ELECTION MEETING. ALEXANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 August 1868

EL1CI'I ON MEETING. r ALRXANDnA. A Dum roudriy art.ndedolt nienting was held last n?ig it it the Corner ioitel, Mr niriton in tir cI:tLur. Mr Kitowlrs brifly stated that he was in fav.-r of sp'rili.l the rates wihteIt they w-lre c'llet ed, ,tlrt would endeavor to -got. th,' Shire. when'. created, divided into rdi,.g'. Ile mirlde` a few. othr- Auitrable re marks, anrd - t vo:e of confidhene was nlriaulllnltoly pise: d iii his lavoi- . Mr lMacintyre aiddressld the: mnartin in qi sipech full of wit and eloquence., and keyl, the allienrc in roars of lunghtter. ilne spole r iii lufvor of Mr KIbowles anld Mr t Juones . M Jo.nes said that lie was -ho sponkir, hrilt a otld "do 'till Ie could "if elec'ed for t.i? I benefit of tIhei district.,A Ayote of con' Sfitince was .unanimously Q:lrirted in his fiavor. Mers .Milligran, W,.btr"r. Perkins, Coo per, nitr (; i otn-i succressivul y -aeddi'ea.d thu ilntirlg iat corsidetabl,e leiith-us, however, itheo?e 'tletien'., views. lit i bteen repnrited...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS "Veritas Vincit Omnia." TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 August 1868

punt.?itrl) i:v. r1 .,.;" ,\'-,:) 11A1 ? .1?,\\ 1:710:t4 **4. *r.*ii.u 1 ,t it 'Osn..a.. 'TUESDA)Y, AIliJJL'ST 1I1, 18(;8. 'lThe next. m:il for iiurp*l' :lai the E-,.t cla s, Melee ,,n FrnCy th,, I Ih tint., at lhuf past 12 o'cllctk At tbts meti ra' of' /lcto-r holdr at tlohe tko of ]5 fnl'rt.ih Ilutel, tI.ll1ur WerII SC'. t- P ast G.l A rlthrogh a 4'rii h, r 'lrnail d t t in, e uc: tht C . tutio1 pr hi.n the C's . ha \:ta, - i "to a 3t - oiiul4h l ~'ttrkin, C ais , six . rd,?lto.. Our us. 'r- ,.nr :r \Vo,-dl? - Ptwinlt stiates:-lThe ll:ikl:hi / (. 1l. Colpiny swionlted tin 'II, , 1, r,,lr iif tnr dtys' ctashimtog, in upporit I fO electorso I the tlrs i'oLa tve We ruhi n ir.fig, wrrtl rlut a miner nruptionamed Thoe gentai:u onni hiill loreI -vtlao a16t' working about erkin, i'ni.-?p t U 'I'- Co..k, took out 3 wot eol r ,I, :nlt lititw Wodl' s ? rk.- Point waVlole of thih gll it of tn dayst on crushidy labtnd. 'lii ShloIil i ot 7,( Io onerll couaiter in addition to ,h 14it0 l9 t unri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 August 1868

Tle GtlEAT' A EEICAN REMEDI., -o0- FORL RIlIEM .MATISM, NEUI:1tALGTA, GOUT, 61'RAINS, IEAItACIIE, &o. 1exican MIUSTANG LINIMENT, Mexican M1USTANG CJ..Dli i't sN POWDi)SI, 31 A U I C 1' I L L S (Sugar C mtrnd). -?n .lanufactory : 70 Little Collins street Eiait, Melbourne. -0o- -oo .,,. PET1 ..PJ I N "J r(AGENT) Little Wondcr Sto o GIiAN'T.STr:FEr, A L E X A D1)RA. -0 ]RM~. "em' tE 4L ' _ K.M GENERA T. '; IWS AGENT, D)nasPRn, 'lo.tcc(o,: rr, STATIO'NiER, and 4t inerat -Wi.- savt .i r C A r cosLdtS -o H FRANT; , in r.turning thanks to his a friends and the publ,liu for the liberal support he Ihts d since opening his business in this town, begs to clll at , entionl to his l'irst-( n;lass Tobaccu, t ?i.., oakncy "oos, anl his L,ar,'. Aslortlltent of DRAPERY AND CLOTHING Having been bought fr CASII, he is able to compete with the l:rg,:st stores in the district. SOLE AGENT FO T I E "AGFE." Licensed to Sell Postage Stamps. J. H. M'MI A I 0 N, \VIOLEBALEI & RETA?L ID U T C H...

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