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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 21 August 1868

BIRTH. At her residence, Grant-street, Alexandra, on the     18th inst., Mrs. Badger of a daughter.

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

•tI (I:E LLl.t - ?IUN. i ET, S OF' JUNCTION HOTEL, J 1 'fi iN. I n. KELSON, Proprietor of the above I hol.l, I'C t LI lg l,,,, lo Frii.lr and the 1'..n,:, tha Iw,' I+ r prn p.ir . to ioll' r alLeCommoudtionl equal to any Iuseou itl Iln rllg..i. Wtines unla NiirIt. of thc I'lrue.t Quallllsy. 001)OD STA ILING. Ju tr added on, of Alht,,k's test IILLIAIII) TAITLES-Quite New. Booking )llicie for Itobl'rtion a: l. Co.'s Coaches DOBB'S I M PELI IAL IH OT EL, Jamlnicn. J DOIB, prilri tor of the av, lIHotel, begs to . inform his ttfriclnds ld te p?iablic that he is prepared to oflfr the BEST Ac'UMMO)I)ATI'IitN iat the LOWEST ciLAilG E. Meals Is (Id. Illt Is In 6d. Board by the rweek 1 s. .Boardand residenlce with single bedroomti, £1 2s per sweek. WINES, SPI'ITl'. ALES. &a., Of the Ikibst (talinty. THURIITON'S 1ILLIARID-TABLE Free of Cihatrge. GOOD STAL.\LING Livery, Co per nigtht ; n per feed. Next houune to t.i lJunction Hotel. TILE GIlEAT AMERICAN REMEDIES (:l l Of) RUIEUM1ATIM'SE...

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

IIESSRS COOPERl and PEIlKINS will be pleased to sco their friends on Tuesday eveningtnext, 25th August, to a SELECT QUAD RILLE PARTY at the Eldorado ilotel, on which occasion a fortnightly quadrillo assembly will be formed. P.S.--Radford's Band will be in attendance. THE ORIGINAL ALEXANDRIAN LIBRARUY. M R RICIIHEY having . been APPOINTI:E) SOLE AGENT at Alexandra for the LEADING NEWSPAPERS OF THE W O I L D Comprising English, I German, Irlsh, . Italian, Sootch, Spianish, Welsh, Portugee, French, nese.Hindoo, and Chinese Begs to inform the residcn.s of Alexandra that he has a REGULAR SUPPLY of the above papers From All Partsof the World Immediately on the arrival of the Panama and English Mai!J. Also, NEW BOOKS, :Ialuding Literary and Standard Works by Emnu. cut Authors. lisellaneous. Borough of Wood's Point. N TICE IS IIEREBY GIVEN that the follow into eentlemon were duly elected Councillors of the Borough of Wood's Point, at the Aunual Election held on the 13th inst: BOBERT WILLIAM...

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

It Another now roof has been discovered with in eighteen miles of Alexindrii at Godlirey's Creek,. on Bun's !station, and bids fthir to rival the Hlormeward Bound. Mr. John C. Ambro?u is one the lucky fiudors. It has been reported during the past two days that a now roof has boon found in the Black Rango. As sovoral parties have gonu out to the ground we expect to huir some thing definite about the discovery befobre next issue. 'The grand match for :;10 it sile, between C. Travers end W. Robinson took place in Grant-stroot, on Tuesday last. ''lhere woer several knowing -strangers from Stringer's Crook who thought they had ai sure thing on Traveors winning, but after the first 50, yartds it was plainly seen that Robinson walls too much for his opponent. Travers had a fiel start, and spite of something which looked remarkably liko jostling, Robilson manliaged to reach the post first, being loudly cheered for the clover manliner in which lie deleatud his opponent. Both nmen, followed b...

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ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. Thursday, August 20th, 1868. (Before J. Peterkin, Esq., and J. P. Bainbridge, Esq., J. P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 21 August 1868

.tLEXANDRA POLICE COURT. Thursday, August 20th, 1868. (Before J. Puotrkin, Esq., and J. P. Bain bridge, Esq., J.P's.)" Aughtia v. Clarke-Debt, s3. No ap pearlnce. S:urno v. Fraser--1 13 . Settled out of courtL. Abldeu v. Davis.--.16 15s No appear ance of defendant. UCase adjourned for a week. Rapiport and Co. v, Balfour-£5 Ss 3d. N,, iapnearance of defendant. Verdict for llmoalnt, and 10s costs.' 8:an, v. Wilson.-.C2 10s 4d. Verdict for C1 1(;s 10, anul 2s (hi costa. ?a,, v. J. Ilallat-L5 2s. No 'nppcarance of' hlnltruilault. Verdict lr amnontlllt, and ? Ol costS. S,,e v. J. V,,ahzi-L2 15 Oil. No up I.Lu'.uacc of deALed mt.. Verdict, lr amount, and :2 G I uoLt,. Cooper v. Lwfs-,3. No appoirance. Hogan v Mrrow--L 8y tid. Verdict for anmount, and l '? (i; c:ost.. Welcomer . Ghid iiaUng Company v. Swend son-To re'cover LIO, c:ally due. Mr Emer son for the pluaintuls. Mr IKlarnniessror, the manager for :the company, pr,,ved that the call was duly uurale and piassed, which do fondant ada...

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

,'ll, a l. FIREE3iAN'S CIILOIRODYNE. IlE ORIGINAL CIIL)IRODIYNCE. invented hy T 1I1tIAllI) FI'REIMAN. pharmlaceutist, is one of the greatest discoveries of the present age, and is largely used Iby the most elnihent mIedical men ini hospital and private practice, in all parts of tie glo'ec. It rapidlly relieves pain from whatever cause, allays the irritation of Inver. soothes the system under ex hausting diseases, and gives skep without produc ing the distretsing symptoms aaich arise tronl tile use of opiates. Cousumption, coughs, cold, Influenza, bronehitis, asthma., hootingu conh, liunrl rta..dvsnt'r-'ihll-r. .q.llnsl, cranlps, rIoeumation, gut, &c,, iimmediately relieved andul in most cases curedl. Conclusive evidence of the valne of it in cholera, diarrhoea, and dysentery is aflforded by the tollosi ig from the HIight Ilonorable Earl Russell, who raci ously transmitted it to the inventor of Chlorldyne. bMr It. Freeman, and to the Royal College of Physi clans of London. Ex...

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MANSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 21 August 1868

S1MA NSFIELD. (FROM OUR OwN CORRESPONDENT.) Since the election, matters have assumed their wonted appearance. The general feel ing is that the best men were returned. The scribbler in the Jamieson Chronicle who described Mansfield as "a place con sisting of four public houses and a low 'brick' huts" deserves to be publicly flagellated by the common executioner. The vacancies on both sides of the street are being rapidly filled up with substantial buildings. Mr Geolding is erecting a largo building opposite Plyer and Kitchen's ; Mr Morey has er ected a new store next to the Exchange Hotel; Mr Biollamy is also putting up a large building adjoining Farland's Hotel; Mr M'Donald has several men employed making additions and improvements to his present establishment; while Mr Kicthen is going to build a splendid residence near to his store. These, combined with the new Town Hall, with its four Ionic fronts, and when   the Court HIouse gets three coats of paint outside, and gl...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS "Veritas Vincit Omnia." TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 August 1868

UTLIS?ITID ESI?RY TUESDI)Y AuD rI ImAY 5ORN5rOS "V.nritasq A'nclt Ontnla." 'IUESDAY, AUIGUST 225, 1808, Albert Gold Mining Company, registered Alexandra -'This company washedil up on Saturday the 22nd, and obtained the splendid result of 402 oz 11 dwt smelterl grold from (i0 tons stone nnd 20 tons muliock, the mullock yielding 11 dwt to the ton. The blanketings are yet to come. On Monday the 24th n dividend of 13s per 2,400th share was declared payable on the 25th inst. The mining mat ager promises a similar result it a month. The mine looks exceedingly well, and by the time another crushing is obtained a deeper level will be opened. Shareholders may reasonably expect happy results from this level. IHitherto every foot in depth has disclosed richer stone than the former. The above 402 oz 11 dwt. together with 202 oz from a former crushing, was smelted at the Union flank. yesterday,' making three bars containing in nall.04 oz 11 dwt. The Ajax Gold .Mining Company (flegis tered), INo....

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A VOICE FROM GYMPIE. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 August 1868

A VOICE FRI( M GYMPI'IL. The following Ictter from Gymrnpi lIu hc beo recelved by Mr l'crkins,. ol tlhe Eldorado Ilot 1I f'in n p1erscn we II skilled in mining catters: " According to promise I send you my opinion ofI Gympic. I have been over all the reefs here, and, they certainly do not collme up to my expectations the veias being very narrow, and will not be pLr rmaneut as they comIe on i very hard green stone,. whio, , in my upiliuu, will cut the resl out. Some of the veins are exceedingly rich,, biut the majnrity will not pay for working. Foes has got a frontage,, one of the boat, and will do weil for a time. There is a rumour to-day of a new rush forty miles from here,. and thercare several Iundreds gone to it this. morning. Thero are moro people leaving here th at coming. A great Inbmy of themo (mnos indeol) just brought sullicient to pay their way to the digin i:a. hoping to lind employment here, whicha is not to be got. There are hundreds going uabout idle. Thle country abo...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 August 1868

A missionary among the freed moen in Tenness co, after relating to some colored children the story of Ananias and Sapphira, asked them why God does not strike everybody dead who tells a lie. One of the least in the room quickly aaewercd. " Because there wouldn't be anybody left I LAsT Autumn George Francis TrainRattendod the Jockey Club races at Jerome Park (N.Y.), and betted very freely. but always, as it halppened, on theo losing horse. The last day, having wagorol heavily on the favourite, he again lost, and su premely disgusted, took out his pocket-book while on the members' stand and sang out, "I'll bet five to one I'm the biggest fool in the city or county of Neow York." After ropealing the challenge several times, a man standing in the course immediately below looked up, and, with his portemonnale in his hand, said, " Ialloo, stranger, I'll take that bet, provided your name ain't George Francis Train." "So you would not'take me to be twenty ?' said a youne lady to her partner...

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A DINNER PARTY OF WOOD'S POINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 August 1868

s A 11NN[ 1R PARTY OF WOOD'S POINTBRS. 'The visit of Mr Ainsworth, mining sur veyor of Wood's Point, to Alexandra, was consi(lered an event of sufficient importance for a number of Wood's Pointers to invite that gentl',man to a dinner party, at the Eldorado Hotel, on Saturday evening; last. The dinner provided was of the most recerche a description, inclhuing; all the best colonial I wines of the surrounding districts. After the cloth had been removed, Mr Vickery, mining su:veyor, rose and said, that as he was the only person present who was not strictly a u end's Pointer, it had devolved upon him to propose the toast of the even ing. He had often been in Wood's Point, and invariably met with a great amount of hospitality and kindness. The people of Wood's Point were remarkable for their intelligence and jollity. Mr Ainsworth was a gentleomni of whom lie had a high opinion I i a surveyor and man of integrity, It was therefore with much pleasure that he pro posed " PL:oslerity't6 Woo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 August 1868

ýl E n ' z r+ 3 f/7 E, L ~Vi~i -j I)O:· WV(It(tit Pot,'T (JOHIN FI'i:AX, IpnprhIE'TOI:), SLIFOLI) 4 Lt VISITORIS tle m'rnt uinturt:d'le .t k. tcnJitt;kU.iatit i uou tltu U(-51. table int the ranges. ExTF:NatVI STATILTS, Fine Clean llorsA i, ond thoroughi grooming. Splendid Billiard-ronin. with tw5o First-c1 ass Tabls.. LARUGE CONCERTI-RO)OM. W ith Sta `P, .:'., frc" to )!.:f,"a· ;"n ii '3ANK OF NEW SOUiTr'II XV ALES. St'Afl ;L1o ii t hD 7 M11ANSFIELD AGENCY. Ii O1TT PU Q!ITASV11T'T'IU Ml Li iil1N : oncral Banl:tI I' t tle'e 'i' (r. {aetf (1. GEORGE W.ALKEUt, .ILNTN .DAANOR-F A Lrspi'AAA, -. r,rimAPTYTr U: r D'~f \T, C1,I^T L:;itil;Q":: T PAID UP (, .N L ' . .. £ltiOOO A1I;1 ';\ 1)1'-\ 1 Aý lNC Y. rnTTn 2r()1,(Ti 1, I' .1'"lIt i"Lit!S ll iC'nrCITI ('it'rent itti ~a'." i:'1" r, - A,]l n·eil o t-i)poaita andi Agent. C O l I ii , R C I A T A N K or P i t ' T 11 A r, T A (N inifitet This iAN> h (ti' nii nur TT: A N , ; .1 (:'1' 1 O N~ O IT (IENERIAL BANNING JUSfNESS. G O D P IT ' 11 A...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 August 1868

BIRTH.   At her residence, Grant-street, on the 24th instant,   Mrs. Patton of a son.

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 August 1868

A- vtr? fino cake of m:elted1 gold was vest rl:y to h., seen at'the Union DBnlk. II o:i,.hed 41' oz., :al was the reeult of the last crashln, fctro the Albert Company No t2 L.uc:ie Ief. lh-o _' Dltornarl:, CG',ff1ney's Creeok, crushedl for the pw r ft?rtni;ht 5)00 oz. 'Tit nin , - v:;ll v: e e ion b , ttdvertiso mInt'it, tiit first of a snriea, of qutiidrillt c': :. 11 b ;ivcen at the l'hllorado Ilotel. 'he arit'f;am-?fr e are such at to secure si'lct parti.;s, together with all the comforts of Ia.r, .a? ePj.oynhrt. Mr II. Goiff ha'i; !nl a i:tl: ointed tmaster ohf c't?uonin, nort will devo'- no hour to instruction in htnda rg. Sgreat cro';d of b-acili, t oi ts asseoiihlod on "riday la;t to -et the coach leave tie, Cor.nor Leotel ior Melbltrupn. Tlie circtiim stance: tl;:t c:used tlii:' peculinr L '.tllh'it'. a(rose fron? tit tact thalt Mr Kliit'l'ne;: lr, who onit to f:r,.viau:. nighlit had tinter'ttiod a numbeir tof his b:ceiblor ritindi, wami aut toU, take his deo tureu from Alex...

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Original Poetry. THE DISAPPOINTED DIGGER. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 August 1868

TIlE DISAPPOI)ITE'E DIGGERi - Roll on, rapid Goulburn, but fleeter shall roll: The vi*ions of bliss froin my desolate soul The night-shalules of ruin invest me around, And I drop, like an outcast by Nature disown'd,. In ai wild distant land, where each brother's a foe,. And' thecold hearts of men sehlomn.feelingly glow . Ah ! why did faise visions of riches aluro From thce land of aty fathers-from pleasures so pure P that the spirii, of h?tven on the cottage would' smile When my friends and I dwelt in the wood-skitted5 isle. Oh I curst be the day when I left the abode Whlrie the children. of freedom and symyethyu trod And curst bh the tale that induced rme to trust A cold heart of luerO, espoused to the dutt I On the Ifriejnlfip of venal man who san depend P.' IBut, (thsllurn, like the I. shall live without end l: 'ITo the b:sotn of earth Iny warm framel I consign,. And launch nmy proud soul in a current like thine : Frolt the prion of earth and afilllict itt set free To sprea:d in ...

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ABOUT THE STREETS. No. IV. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 August 1868

ABOUT T[IIl 8'ItLE'L'S. No. IV. -4--ý-º Things generally during the past weooek have been tlut, stale, and unprofitable, and even the faintest trace of the into election hubbub has vanished, leaving us all the better for the clearian up of tihe local politcal atmosphere, although it has been effected at the expense of so much thundering eloquence. Talking of the election-it has been bruited abroad that a certain gentle man from over the ferry has gone to iIel bourno as a doputation representing the interests of Thornton, to try and got that part of the Road District separated fiom Alexandra. This at the present time is !imply folly and if the Imon. the Commissioner if Lund' and Works be the clear sighted entleoman I take him fbr, he will easily lind t rent in the shallow arguments which are ikely to be adduced in favor of this course .wig pursued, and senud back this would-be i:,.o disturber with it " flea in his ear.' ', uat is Thornton more than any other portion f the district th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 August 1868

Auc~· TA S0 Ir ' 8 SJUNCTON HOTEL, .1. .','lifrON. I.,,,I. 1E ? " P pit- f te :hc o hu Rt l, )"v ; to iu nnr,, All, i Fr I:I:..In :114 th t I j(ial to1 : ty ! i.u 1r. rI Ii~ r ii,"iii rtU if SVUue. :s, :iz' htli t..,. ..:.' t! Pilet 4tar~xlitý. 01101) NI A BEI1.NG. lust nfdei ono ~I f Af..'tt' la 1C .l.I.\lf; I ''AIx fLlCS-Qtiii :c BloJkfing Ii flfk for f'illi "ito- .1 I CC.(';, L IIIL' j 1UI 01i I'S I M PE it 1 I A I. II t 1aL E L * * jfiii f l' i Ililfaj und i t fe 1 lfin fthat lie is BJEST At' C\I ). IIAfii'AIBO:; it the II JIV ESi'I M IeaL Iiif- 6 1d. I tl kI: In tC . ifoattrl IIy lth i-i i df; hoatrd and ru-ifdlnce witf .iii ;!c feifruoii, C1 2s pe WVINES. SPIffII'ls AL1ES. &c., OJ fi t C. L' " I al,,,t ly. T It IUJAS ti'u'r fII1.lI1AILD-TEABLE (1()()1) SI'A'" 11I \( ;I Livcry, Co i fl. Ii;' i'pft S1 .it Ilerd. lvxii lanai I ftnto 11(111I~io !Hotel. '1I1G C;IEAT AM1EIU U.;N N1 ER i IES rut IBIEU tA'TIN\f, I;NrUftX.J; A, GOUT, cli~t,1\Ni; Ell;,A1 AtIII, :.c. USTANG LITNI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 August 1868

FREEIMAN'S CIILOIODYNE. U][E1l ORIGtI NALCill,()IIODYNE. invented by .. IIItFIA It) FhIl\AN,pharoaccutist, is one -of the greatest discoverica of the prcsent age, and is Itrgoly used by the Illoltenticlit medieal men in lionlital and private practice, in all parts of the globe. It rapley relievce pain fromt w-li Over cause, allays the irritutiri. of lever, sootlhe thite , unteru ulnder cx ihausting diseahs., atnt gives sleep without produc ing the distretsino ylmpLtonl which arise Irom the uoo of opia:tcs. Cousutnlltion, conulgh, eohl, inflen-n:a, brouchitis, asthmah,hoopig cough, d'i.rrl?lrn, .,y:cnttery; cholera Sspasms, crampns, rhetmatlll:timlltI n.l' " . m mntrl-.lltlel Conclusive evldentce of the valllu of it in cholera, diarrhlwa, att dyltenttery is ailordrd by the litllo ing from the Iight ilonorablc Earl Riusstell, who rruci ously transmitted it to the inventor ofl' C(hlorudye, MIr it. Freceman, and to the Royal College of Physi cilans of Londonll. Extract of a despatch fro...

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Correspondence [?] [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 August 1868

your intIntial journal, to call attention to the open desecration of the Lord's (lay which took place on Sunday last on the flat. A number of boys and men, who ought to know hotter, anGemblel and kept uip a series of foot races for money from 1- till y o'clock. T am aware that such "things re (lone on the European Continent, but 'such behaviour is altogt.thor oppomed to thm Christianity of the British ITlands, and is nnver permitteo! even in British cnlonies. \What is the use of teaching our children to " Rnemeber the Sabbatlh day to koeep it holy" if to practise racing for money is the only outward ob servance of the day? Tee greatest calami ties that came on the nncient Israelites were in consequence of their not beoping the .Sabbath day holy. And who is there jmongat us that is so blind ns not to be able ,o see the unerring punishment of God de sconling on thoeheads of those who will not regard His holy day, even in our times. Look at the Sabbath breakers-are they not profligate ...

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To the Mayor and Council of Wood's Point. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 August 1868

To the Mayor and Council of Wood's Point. GENTLEMEN,--Considering the danger incurred in conscientiously discharging the above duties, I trust at your first meeting, the amount claimed in this bill will be voted me, less one pound, which hand over to the hospital, and £2 10s I owe to Mr Parker, chemist, who has got order on your honor able council for that amount. The balance, please forward to me at Alexandra. As inspector of nuisances, within your municipality, I was in fear   of my life from compelling refractory butchers to keep their pigs within bounds, and their back yards in a wholesome state, so as to lessen the chance of Wood's Point becoming a victim to those fearful   scourges, typhus fever, yellow fever, cholera morbus and other deadly diseases, at that period "rampant" throughout the colony from end to end, to say noth ing of being nearly devoured on several occasions by ferocious dogs--the terror of the district. And still my hard earned wages...

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