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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 September 1868

Itoad'UBoard Notices. ALEXANDRA ROAD DISTRICT. APPLICATIONS for the situation of Surveyor A and Valuatoroto the Alexandra Road Board will be received by the undersigned up to Wednes day, the 16tls day of September instant at it a.m. at his office, Grant-street, Alexandra. The esti- h mated expemliture on public works is £3,000 per j1 alnumt, an'd appli-ants are required to state the l amount of salary (bor that period which they are I willing to noeept, and also the amount of commis- e smon, in the event of the Board deciding to adopt the latter nude of payment instead of by salary. Dated this 3rd day of Soptember, 1868. FR.I)ERICK COSTEII, Honorary Secretary pro tern. ALEXANDRA ROAD DISTRICT. A PPLICATIONS fr the situation of Clerk and SRate Collector to the Alexandra Road Board will be received by the undersigned up to Wednes day, the 16th day of September Instant, at 11 a.m., at his office. Grant street, Alexandra. The salary will be £180 per annum, with travelling expenses not t...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROAD BOARD DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 September 1868

ROAD 30AR?D DINNER, L-4-- Mr Potorkin, as chairman of the Alexandra Road Board, invited the menmbrs of the Board and a few private friends to a dinner at the Eldorado Hotel, on Wednesday even ing lost, to celebrate his election as chair mlan of the Bourd. After the cloth had boon removed rlim the tiable, - Mrh Pendlubury ruse and said that the toast which he was about to give would, he felt assured, be warnmly responded to. Mr Peterkin they bad aill knuwn as a private individual, and his worth as such was highly appreciated ; and now they had met him as a public man, he felt confident that in his now capacity be would give sautis faction. He (the speaker) had been a can didate fbr the otlice'of chairman of the Board, but the majority of the members having decided on AIr Petorkin, lie would bow to that decision and would work for the gjoeral benefit as much as. if he had boon placed in the chair. -l-e had much pleasure mn calling upon all to drink to Mr Peterkin as the chairman of th...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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GHIN GHIN. September 2. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 September 1868

*GIIIN Gu1IN.. --4- (PFato Oua OWN CUROI1SPONDENT.)V September 2. :i'rlie.report of tihe offer:of LO40 for a share' in the City of Melbourne. claim was quite true, the shareholders having since then publickly. reported that L0(l0 was offered,. but they would not take it. Nos. 1 and 2. north, have been formed into a small com pany, which is nbow siyled the lIomeward Bound. A conctract was let on Saturday fur supplying props and cap pieces.for the Pro vidence Prospecting claim, and a meeting of the shareholders was held last night, at Fenton's American Hotel, and a manager appointed. The quartz now being raised is looking first-rate. Nos. I and 2 south, are now putting a cross cut drive in at about 50 feet deep, and expect to get the reef in another 10 feet. The Erin-go-Bragh is exempted for three months waiting machinery. There is nothing now in alluvial, thll miners lelt only jiust making a living. rIhe puddling machines are idle for want of water. No sign of crushing machines yet.<...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 September 1868

Medical. FREEMNN'S CHILORODYNE. T IVIE ORIGINAL CIILO)IODYNE, invented by .I RICIH ARD FItEIrS AN, pharmaceutist, is one of the greatest discoveries of the present age, and is largely used by the most eminent medical men in hospital and private practice, in all parts of the globe. It rtapidly relieves pain from whatever cause, allays the irritation of fever, soothes the systein under ex hausting diseases, and gives sleep without produc ing the distressing symptoms which arise from the use of opiates. Cousumption, conghs, cold, Influenza,. 'onehltls, , A..._aatlhma. ?ooniunK couth. liarrhe'a. d.genp I choloru. spasms, cramps, rheulom tsnlm, gout, &amp;c., inii edliitfOly relieved and in most cases cured. Conclusive evidence of the value of it in cholera, diarrhea, and dysentery is afhorded by the following from the Right lhonorablo Earl Russell, who graci ously transmitted it to the invcentor of Chlorodyne. Mr It. Freeman, and to the Royal College of Physi clans of London. Extrac...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS "Vertias Vincit [?]" FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1868. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 September 1868

* PUIhlSIEII. EVEltY Te!E.'InDAY AND vilIDIYI MORNINGS t '-"Veritean Vincit 4?aaila,.'" . il.AY, SEPl'1.\IliEIt 4, 1808, The Alexanr.dra Road Ioard held their first meeting on Wednesday last in the large room at the Corner Hotel. After the usuil declarations bad been made, they proceede to elect a chairman. 'IThe majority being in favor of AMr Peterkin. that gentleman was declatrel elected, and took his seat. A sample of alluvial golhi, about 3 dwt, was broiught into our oflice yesterday, by John Ambrose, which hoe sil he had obtained from three proslpects taken from the bottom of a shaft 13 feet deep, on n branch of God frey's Creek, lon's station. The wash.dirt is three f?eet thick, and has been called the Eureka dlcp lead. There are about 100 minors already on the ground. The distance from Alexandra is 18 miles ; from the Merton rush, six miles. T'he gold is coarse antd very slightly water worn. A now reef has been found at Spring Creek, running parallel with the Topsy, out side ...

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HIGINBOTHAM. MURRINDINDI CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 4 September 1868

HIGINBOTHAM. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; MURRINDINDI CREEK. ------- This gold-field is situated about three miles from the Muddy Creek-where it is joined by the Murrinndindi Creek--and about nine or ten miles from Yea. All the apparent indications of an extensive gold-field are met with in this locality, and these have [induced?] a large number of persons to test the ground both for quartz and alluvial gold. About 150 miners are located here, and many are making good wages. The Galitea reef, which gave a yield of' nearly 2½ oz to the ton, promises equally good return from about 100 tons of stone, now ready for the mill. A steam crushing plant of eight head of stampers having been recently completed this stone will soon be reduced and the result will satisfactorily prove the character of the adventure. There is a large extent of country in the neighbor hood which will repay prospecting, and there is little doubt but that double or treble...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 8 September 1868

L , ,U.s I?\K O C)1 TI-'.ALIA. "ilB IJi.\ P1 1 \ . . . '1,"5 000 i i';ItRVE FUN 1) .. '... E0,000. :ALEXANDIL1 . 10;. Y. 1 , .)UGIIT AT Ml.iU iJlNlIK' I"I(CES i tL" of Intl.rt Ai!,..,.,l n )I posits, and ,, r :r 'klk l', I3U si,,,.ý. tr'ult at ,i t. .J. '. LAINBRII)DGI," Agent. 31 3M E It C I A B 13 AN K O F A 1 P TTItAL I A ({lmlted ) ALEXANDIIA Ai,1KNGH. This Branch is now I)pon TRANS ACTIo N OF GE1\1 litAL BANKING BUSINESS. u , D P IJU C lI A S E D - At Current J.lates. " II. NOltM\AN BROWNE, ]%lnager. huly 16th, 1868. nger. jf R1. B A I N IB I I D G E, SURGEON, ACCOUCUIEUtI, &amp;o., (Pl ANT STRII:UT, ALEXANDRA, Mi:" bL Consulted Daily at his residence as above MIDWIF1 R Y FEES Moderate. .tlrcuIral Referee for the Australiaun Alliance As ou a c Lt.n'uompany, of llelhlourne. J:l'. L,'EIGUISON lags to announce to the L puIlic th'tt li hist Comnen,;tl to Practise l u.. rift n i. n, Ah xtndlra, and may be Consulted ) ltlY at the Ahlxanilra Ilntel. ei ilnts visit:dl on the shorte...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 8 September 1868

rcai and (rc nerat ew s. LnST AND FOUND.--On the 11th Nov ember, 1800, DIr H. Perkins, in some business transaction, gave one of the MIr 1 Forsyths a cheque for £50 on the Union Bank, Jamieson. This cheque and the pocket book which contained it were lost by D ir Forsyth whilst riding through the bush, and payment of the cheque was stopped at the Bank, another being given in its stead A few days ago a MJrs Smith, a farmer's wife on the Bi- River, found the lost property in a swampy piece of ground a short distance from his own house. The pocket book has sulfured from the effects of the weather, being nearly rotten. The cheque, although somewhat defaced, is still legible, r and has been returned to MIr Perkins. The opening ball given at the Montezuma h-Iotel, on Friday evening last was not so numerously nttendeld as was expected. 'Th'E arrangements, however, weore of a first-class style. The ball room was tasteolully de corated with flin-gs of all nations. 'I'heo company though small,...

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BIG RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 8 September 1868

B.I G. R I V E It. (FnoM Ova OWN CoIniSPro.YDNT.) The reefs of Alexandra have proved so exceedingly rich that the hopes of those who always have faith in the Big River were awakened lately to the advisability of further prospecting such portions of the ranges which -having been hitherto prospected with good promise-were reasonably encouraging. Ac cordingly,,.backed by the substantial faith of Mrs Newman, two miners, of known experi. ence and trustworthy, undertook the respon sible task of further prospecting some abandoned ground in, the neighborhood of the colebratnd Railway Reef. Their success ha been such as to cause quite a furore here, and judging, from the stone and gold they have obtained there is a just cause for excite ment. Buyers are even now ready, but sel lers shy. I will in my nextgive.more details ' at present not having personally inspected the giound do iot' wish to say too iniiich iorto little.

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Original Poetry. WOOD'S POINT V. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 8 September 1868

* -4---- WOOD'S POINT V. MELBOURNE. Where are th' Point's defamers now ? They're all in AMllhourno town, Sir, Well. let them stay there, lir I.vow We'll live their sland or down. Sir.. Those Aielbourne man turn up their noseo If Wood's P'olntyOu but menthon-f ' Why are they vexed, do yoit suppose ? I'll tell you-pray, attention. The Melbourne men were fond of gold ; Smnll blame to them for that, Sir I They bought up scrip and they were "sold," And consequently " flat," Sir, What was the objtct that they had In laying out their money ? Say, were they wise, or were they mad - For " sugar" or for " honey." In buying serip, they surely meant To share the golden prize, Sir ; To gather In their "shoat per shont," Or" sell when prices rise, Sir." And speculating thus, they dealt Without discrimination, And disappointment has been felt But why the indignation ? And echo answers why-indeed Themselves they had to blame, Sir; They traded, and they had to" bleed," P'ray whose is now the blame, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 8 September 1868

FREEMAN'S CIILORODYNE. T IE ORIGINAL CITLOIODYNE, invented by IGHICAIIRD FREEMAN, pharmaceutist, is one of the greatest discoveries of the present age, and is largely used by the most eminent medical 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 system under ex hausting diseases, and gives sleep without produc ing the distressing symptoms which arise from the use of opiates. Cousumption, coughs, coll, intllenza, bronchitis, asthma, hoopin:; cough, diarrhea, dysentery, cholera spasms, cramps, rle'tlnatltsI, , gout, &amp;c., immediately relieved ant. i -e?. ?e?. , Cenc?h.,li, ie evi?enceo o ;it value of it in cholera, diarrhba, and dysentery is allfforded by the following from thelRight lt,:norable Earl Russell, who graci ously transmitted it to the inventor of Chlorudyne. Mfr R. Freeman, and to the ltoyal College of Physi cians of London. Extract of a despatch from Acting-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 8 September 1868

JUNCTION HOTEL, JAI I-soN. - ITT. KELSON, Proprietor of the sihre. S hotel, begs to inform his Fr;,-wkl and the P', i that he is prepared t,. oil r :ai"',imunodation i ,,. any house in the rani.Ii,. "i ?-s is?rsd Spirits of thOe itlnest Quallty. GOOI) STABLING. .uist added one of Alcock's br.t BILLIARD TABILES--Quito New. lBooing O()llR for Robertson an I Co.'s Coaches DOBB'S I [ P E R IAL HO TEL, Tamieson. ]i t)OfB, proprietor of the above IIotel, begs to S iaforn his friends and the pushlie that ho is prepared to offer the iEST ACCOMIMODATION at the LOWEST CIIAIAGE. Meal is I Gd. I Bd Is a d. Board by the week 18s. Board and residence with single bedroom, £1 2s per week. - WINES, SPIIITS, ALES, &amp;o., Of the Best Quality. TIIURSTON'S BILLIARD-TABLE: Free of Charge. (;pO1l) STABLING; Livery, 6a per night I 2s per feed. Next house to thile Junction Hotel. T II 1 O L D REEFERS' HOTEL, WOOD'S POINT (JOHN FELTX, PROPRIETOR), A FFOIRDS to VISITORS the most comfortable accoumuodati...

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ABOUT THE STREETS. No. VI. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 8 September 1868

ABOUT THEl STREETS.. No. VI. -4-t-- The concert given last Thursdry evening in aid of the building fitnd of tim lfospital, although a success, was not so much so as I had anticipated. Confidence is a great point to. be gained by amateurs in giving an entertainment, and if there be one thing more than another which tends to this and it is plenty of practice. Now, this was just exactly what was wanted to make the concert go off properly. Things, instead of following on smoothly, seemed to drag after and stumble over one another with a plrversity, quite provoking.' Copies mislaid and parts utipractised' do not usually add to the beauty, of a performance, and this is a matter well worthy the attention of the committee in the' fature. A little more variety would serve to diminish the monotony of song and read ing, and this might easily be accomplished by the introduction of a few glees and trios by such authors as Dr. Arnold, B3ishop, Calcott, or liendelssohn. The programme, however, as ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 8 September 1868

Itoad Iloordl tNotices, it ALEXANDI)IA RI)D) DISTRICT. to tc A PPLICATIONS for the situation of Surveyor II and Valuator to tile Alkxandra Road Board ' will be received by the undersigned up to Wednes- st day, the 16thday of September Instant at It a.m. at his office, Grant-street, Alexandra. Thie esti- i mated expenditure on public works is £3,500 per C nunum, and applicants are required to state the amount of salary for that period which they are 11 willing to accept, and also the amount of commis pion, in the event of the Dourd deciding to adopt - the latter mode of payment instead of bylsalary. Dated this 3rd day of September, 1868. FREDI)ERICK COSTER, Honorary Secretary pro tem. ALEXANDRA ROAD DISTRICT. I A PPLICATIONS fr the situation of Clerk and I late Collector to the Alexandra Road Beard will be received by the undersigned up to Wednes. i day, the 16th day of September instant, at 11 ii a.m., at his office, Grant-street, Alexandra. The I salary will. be £180 per annum, wit...

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THE NEGRO RIOTS IN WASHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 8 September 1868

. THlE NEGRO RIOTS. IN WASHINOTON. The: national capital has suffered one of thlose outbreaks which are the inevitable results of a re version of the relation or two races. An election was held at Washington for mayor and aldermen. A large number of negroes arrived from Virginia and proceeded to the negro quarters, where they were enrolled in the several black " leagues." They were, like the negroes of the district, armed with out-of-the-way weapons, such as razors, scythe blades, " billies" or " lifc-presesvers,'' bars of iron, &amp;c., and besides those they possessed a few muskets, pistols, and koives. The next d t they marclhld to the polling-place, but the count in the evening showed that the Conservatives had carried the election by a small majority. On Tucsday morning, however, announcemcent was =made that errors had been dis covered, and that the election had bccn carried by the IRadicals by a majority of 74. The negroes, who had passed .Monday night and Tuesday in recou...

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MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 8 September 1868

MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. A magisterial inquiry, touching the death, of one Peter Burns, was held ae the Corner Hotel, on Saturday evening last, before Gerard Pendlebury, Esq,, D. Webster,,Esq.,_ and John Whitelaw,.Esq., J.P's.. George Evan's, sworn: Am a constable stationed at Alexandra.. About half-past two o'clock this afternoon received informa-. tion that there was a man lying very ill and apparently dying at a hut near the Mysterious. Reef. I went and found that he was dead. I reported the case to local justices and have. been in charge of the body since. I did.not. find any property on deceased. Patrick Monarty,.sworn : Deceased was a. stockman lately in the employ of Mr M'Kenzie, Mount Pleasant station.. He was. commonly called "Blaok Peter." I did.not. know him by any other name. I have seen the deceased with strychnine. When I. asked him. to, give-up the bbx containing strychnine he ?eftuedtq9.d . so. He put the, box in his waistcoat bpocet, and then weir' to bed. He had been d...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING "Veritas Vincit Omnia." TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 8 September 1868

PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING "Veritas Vincit Omnia." &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1868, &amp;nbsp; The members of the Alexandra Road Board having got fairly into harness, are now &amp;nbsp; public property, and in that capacity are liable to such criticism from time to time as their conduct may warrant. We will there- &amp;nbsp; fore commence by formally introducing to our readers the gentlemen who have under- taken the duties of our local Parliament. &amp;nbsp; iI Peterkio, who had the honor of being Sil' ed ait the head of the poll, is one of our 1, .it business men. The close attention w lih he gives to his private business is a pton.ty good guarantee that he will not be ii einindi'ul of public affairs. ile possesses moms excellent qualities for a chairman, being y ii means self-opinionated, and possessed of oenmiderable urbanity of manner with td -l-ioui of character. A little attention to t' ? Local Government Act combined wi...

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

UNION DANK OF AUSTV'ALIA. LIABILITY UN LIMITED PAID UP CAI'[ I'?L ... l,-150,000 RESERVE FUND ...... ... £50,000. ALEXANDRA AGENCY. OLD BOUGHTII AT MELBOURlNE PRICES Cu rent Rates of Tnt,.r,,? Allowed on Depoelts, and neneral Banking 11-lsiness transacted. J. P. BAINBRIDGE, Agent. COMMERCIAL BANK OF A T R T II1 A L I A (P Imlteel ) ALEXANDRA BRANCH. This Branch is now Open POm TIll: TRANSACTION OF GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. GOLD P U C IT A S ED At Current Rates. Hl. NOItMAN BROWNE, Manager. J. uly 16th 188. .8 RD . P A IN RIDG E, SURSI1 :')N. ACCOiUCIIEUlR, &amp;C., GRANT STIEE.T, ALEXANDRA, May be Consulted Daily at his residence as above MIDWIFERY FEES Modrlerate. JMedical Referee for tCe Austratiaj Alliance Aa surance Comrlny, of AMelbourne. D R. FEPGIT'MO' begs to announce to the public tha:t he hIns Commenced to Practise his Profession in A ilxnndra, and may be Consulted DAILY at the Altexndrt Inotel. Patients visited on the shortest notice throughout any part of the dieirit...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 September 1868

PUnLSIIEI) EVERY TUION.DAY AlND FRIDAY sIORNINiO "Veriltn Vlnclt Onlnla." FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1808, TnP. present soiell condition of Alexandra is anything but sartisfatonry. It is wrong in principle, had in practice, and can only lead to grief and sorrow unless some effectual remedy is speedily anpplied. Amongst our professional and business men there are many heads of families who, from necessity, are l?ading a bachelor's life, roughing it, smoking, eobblerising, and yarning to kill time, whilst their wives and chiildrun are living in some other part of the colony, anxiously looking forward to the time when they can assemble again tnogetherl uinder the same roof. Only think of the large parcel of ],tters brought every mail, commencing "My dear hushand," and the numerous other terms of endearment in which devoted wives address their better halves at a distance, and who is not moved by those letters, written in round school hand asking in simple and sincere language, " My dear Papa...

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THE NEW RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 September 1868

T H E NEW RU S. -4- (FRna Oun SPECIAL REPORTER.) Long accustomed to that ignie jfauus, Will o' the Wisppower, which a'now rush has upon a digging community. I had established in my mind a firm resolution not to be led oway by any exciting reports of gold hero or gold there in large quantities until I could see or hear ofactual results. Thus fortified, I imagined myself free from any influence that was likely to upset the general public mind. All my calculations and resolutions were completely upset on Wednesday morn ing lastby Mr O'Brien, who swore that he had found a reef at Godfrey's Creek with more gold than stone, and that he had become "speechless," and could do nothing but mark r off the ground and run off taoregister it. As one of our most respectable storekeepers stated that the man was reliable and that there must be a good deal of truth in what was stated, and that he, for one, intended to go and have a look; and thinking that this might possibly be an exception to the gen...

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