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ALEXANDRA ROAD BOARD. WEDNESDAY, 9TH SEPTEMBER, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 September 1868

-ALEXANDRA ROAD BOARD. d WEDNESDAY. OTr SEPTEe?eER, 1808. o Present: Mr John Peterkin, chairman, k Henry Perkins, Gerard Pendlebury, Fred s rick Custer, and James Daniel Webster. S The minutes of the previous meeting were t read and confirmed. `t Moved by Mr Perkins, and seconded by 1 Mr Pendlebury, "'t'hat Mr Thomas Hall be s appointed Treasurer." Carried. o Mr Perkins moved, " That the banking o account of the Alexandra Road Board be n kept at the Union fank of Australia," Seconded by Mr Coster. r Moved by Mr Webster, as an amendment, y " That the appointment of the bank be post s poned until the next general meeting of the t Board, for the purpose of making terms." e Seconded by Mr Pendlebury. The amend. u ment was carried. D Moved by Mr Coster, seconded by Mr .t Perkins, "That the Board appoint three t committees forthwith, viz: the Finance, the n Legislative, and the Public Works Com a mittees." Carried. f Moved by Mr Pendlebury, and seconded I by Mr Perkins, "That the Finance ...

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

?ledical. FREEMAN'S CIILORODYN E. T I IE ORIGINAL CIILORODYNE, invented by RICIIARD FILEEMAN, 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. Consumption, coughs, cold, Influenza, bronchitis, nstllhma, hooping cough, diarrhwa, dycentery. eholera spasms, cramps, rheumatism, gout, &c., lnuediately relieved and iln most ases cured. Extract of a despatch from Acting-Consul Webb, dated Manilla, September 17th, 1864 : "The remedy most efficacious in its effects (in epidemic cholera) has been found to be Chlorodyne, and with a small quantity given to me by Dr. Burke I have saved several lives." Manufactured by the inventor, Iichard...

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

.31( E I .CE . I To . IE LL S O1 'S JUNCTION HOTEL, J.1M I*:ON. S II. KELS(iON Propittor of the above Lo Lot,,. eaps to intur, his lji:ots andl the Pubai, that h" isa prp tred to e ,'r j:cotrnlodation equal to any Ilutsc i the rttIII . "dLnes untlt pilrlt of tlhe j'lnet Quallty. GOO STABLING. Oust added one of Alecl:'s hest BILLIARD T.\IiLES-Quite New. Booking Oflilo for lRobertson and Co.'s Coaches DO)B13'S I M1 I E R IAL II OT EL, Jamieson. J I)OBB, proprietor of the above Totel, begs to inform his friho',s and the pI'blic that he is prep. .d to offer the BEST ACCOMMIII)ATI (N at the LOWEST CHAI'GE. Meals Is di. I Beds is Gd. Board by the wtcklr 18s. Board and residence with single bedroom, £1 2s per WINES, SPIIITS, ALES. &o., Of the ISht Quality. THURSTON'S BILLIARD-TABLE. Free of Charge. GOOD STABLING; Livery, es per night 2s per feed. Next housetto the Junction Hotel. T H 1, OLD REEFERS' HOTEL, WOOD'S PO1ENT (JOHN FELIX, PROPRIETOR), A FFOIII)S to VISITORS the most comf...

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POPULAR ENTERTAINMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 September 1868

POPULAR ENTERTAINMENTS. -4---L i. As some little discussion has arisen in our township anent the late concerts given under the auspices of the Popular Entertainments Committee, more especially the last, I make e bold to offer my views upon the subject. Some people, and I am happy to say they form but an insignificant minority in any e community, come to such entertainments with the evident expectation of hearing a first-class programme given by first-class e performers. It is needless to say that this " utopian idea is almost invariably disap pointed. Most ladies and gentlemen in , lending their aid at such entertainments do so under the impression that being only a amateurs the public will make every reason able allowance for their shortcomings, taking as their motto, " We do our best, the best can do no more." There can be no doubt r that the committee should, to make their 9 entertainments popular, endeavor to secure o the best local :amateur talent in the district, but there is ...

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

z -[Micell ttnmrou . SCHEDULE A.--(ll ULE 4.) Notice of Application for Gold Mining Lease. W E, the undersigned, hereby give notice that after the lapse of six days from the date hereof, we will leave with the Warden of the North Jatmeson Subdivision of the Mining District of Beechworth, an npplicati',n for a Gold Mining Lease, tihe particulars whereof are hereunder set orth - Name in full of each applicant, with the full address of h, and Eze ilso eigto Joh Crro se The style under which it is intended tha, the business 'be Ezekiel Wilson Pennigton and John Carrol Ambrose. The carried on General Sarsfield Gold Mining Company. Extent of ground applied for, and whether on or below r both, I About 20 acres, or a lode ... ... ... . .. . .. ...Jbothon and below thesurfaco Name of each person (if any) who isin occupation ofth? & ... Present applicants only. Minimum number of men to be employed ... ... For thefirst6 months, 2 men, Subsequently,wheninfull!work, 6 men Precise localit...

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POLICE COURT. (Before G. Pendlebury, Esq., and J. Peterkin, Esq., J.P's. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 September 1868

POLICI CO URT. ---4- (Before G. Pendlebury, Esq., and J. Peterkin, Esq., J.P's. Rapiport and Co. v. John McGill.-L11 16s ld. Settled. Same v. Landrigan.-L4 16s Od. Ver. diet for amount-L1 to be paid on Satur day, the 10th inst,4 and afterwards 10s per week. Alexander Croy v. the Lord Nelson G. MI. C.-10 10s Gd. Verdict for amount. Charles Norburn v. Same.-L6O s 4d. Dismissed, with L1 Is costs. John Baxter v. John Downey.--L. Ver dict for nmount, with 2s Gd costs. John Patton v. A. Young.-L1 18s Gd. Verdict for amount, with 2s Od costs. S. Milligan. v. Chlristena Orr.-Assault. Postponed until the 24th of September. S:.mo v. Same.-Destroying property. Post poned to 24th September. J. Norbury v. W. Fenton.-Destroying property, valued at L1 10s. Verdict for amount. J. Bostin v. George Swan.-L2 15. Postponed till 17th September.

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 11 September 1868

Socaranad 5me ral ctewa. -4---- List of accounts lying for payment at the IRevenue and Pay Office, Wood's Point, on 8th September, not including those in favor of persons residing in the locality :--W. G. Power, P. Scott, J. .Dellar, J. James, O'?Ialley and Ferguson, J. Doran, J. Sinclair, C. B. Alexander, W. Bascomb, G. Smith, O. Cullen, H. S. H. Blair, J. Devine, W. Hetherington, W. Mason, A. M'Knight, John Taylor. Luckie Prospecting Claim.-The tributers washed up on Saturday last, and obtained from 60 tons of stone 109 oz. They are now crushing a similar quantity of better-class stone at Connolley's machine, and will wash up to-morrow. A company has lately been formed for working the banks of the,Goulburn, near Thornton, called the Morning Star Alluvial Company. On Tuesday last a machine of eight horse power was purchased from Mr Starling of the Mohican station, for the purpose of pumping water for sluicing and draining the ground. Those who have vsited the field of operations ar...

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MANSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 15 September 1868

M A.iN S FI E L D. (Fato Onu OWN ConREsroNnBNT.). An accident which might have been of a serious nature happened to the down coach from Jamieson to Mansfield on the 9th inst. t, seems that coiing along a slip sideling, about three miles from the Devil's River, the wheels got into a deep rut and capsised. '[he driver, Peter T'lhomnpson, got severely hurt, and was unable to proceed further than Mansfield. Some of the passengers were also injured. Several heavy showers of rain have fallen within the last week, which seem to revive the'drooping spirits of the firmers. 'rhe crops, with a few exceptions, are looking very weak, and if we do not get a liberal supply of rain this month the harvest'in this district will be. very scanty. Several cases of horse stealing have been reported to the police during the last week. This crime seems to be most prevalent, at this season of thi year, ,resulting, nodoubt, from the number of tramps making bfor the nov' mining district, in search of employme...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING "Veritas Vincit Omnia." TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1868. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 15 September 1868

PUBLISIIED EVERY TUESDAY AND' FRIDAY MORNINO "Veritus VincitOCnila." TUESDAY, SEPTEMBERi 15, 1iSO, : -oa and ! eimrvat 1·1tu. A grand ball and supper, our correspond eant informs us in a eost graphic style, which wotild-throw a cloud over our humble paies were we to quote hinm verbatim at litcratinm, took place at Mr Weeks', Darlinigford, and was a brilliant, success. We hope with our correspondent for a recurrence of such gaiety, and that others may go and do likewise, to cement the harmony that seems to prevail in the whole district. Mr O'Dea inforons us that some excellent stone has been struck in the Providence Reuf, Yea. This claim has yielded as much, as 30 oz to the ton, and will, no, doubt. yet give good returns. The stone now being got out is 50 feet under the old level. The shaft is being sunk at an expense of L7 per foot. The water is being well kept under by the new pumping n.achinery. - - A now r?of was registered on Thursday called the IIomeward Bound, situated behind ...

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MANSFIELD POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 15 September 1868

MANSFIELD POLICE COURT. -4--,- Allen v. O'Connor, L2 1vork and labor done. Extension of time granted; not sufficient service of summons. Henry Burt v. Ah Taek and others: Assault on he 20th August. Mr Windsor for complainant, W. V. Smith for defendants. It appeared that Burt obtained permission from Alih Wing, one of the defendants, to take what water he required for sluicing puri. poses from their sluice race.. Burt opened defendant's sluice race as requested. when five or six of Ah Wing's mates came up and knocked him down and otherwise ill-treated him. Two of plaintiffs mates corroborated his statement, but their evidence was of no consequence, for in cross-examination they contradicted each other. Dr. Reynolds a legally qualified medical practitioner proved that Burt had sustained internal injuries of a serious nature. Mr Smith for the defence submitted that plaintiff was the aggressor. His clients had not given him permission to cut off their sluice race, and called Ah How, who...

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Correspondence. THE ACCIDENT AT ENOCH'S POINT. (To the Editor of the Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 15 September 1868

T''fEIE ACCIDENT AT ENOCH'S POINT. (To the Editor of the Alexandra Times.) SSxn,--I saw in your contemporary of Ttiesday'last a letter signed James Mine, "dited frono Wood's Point Hospital, in which the writer gives it as his opinion that L20 is a reasonable charge for Dr. Nash to make for going to Enoch's Point to set a poor miner's leg. I am not disposed to dispute this statement, and certainly if James Milne had paid the money himself no one could have any reason to grumble, so long as he was satislied, but when the money is sub scribed by private individuals, some of whom have just enough to do to moot their own engagements, then I do not think that it is graceful of Mr James Mlilne to blow in a newspaper about the reasonableness of the bcharge. Dr. Nash told me that he would not take less than £15, and further, that it was no use sending Milne up to the hospital at Wood's Point. is he would not be admit ted there without the £15 being first paid. Under such circumstances, I and...

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(To the Editor of the Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 15 September 1868

(o the Editor of the Alexandra Tnimes,) Sir,--Regarding the rush to this .place permit me to say that for the information of miners who have any employment elsewhere that it would he sheer folly for them to come hither at present. There is a sufficient number here now to prospect this place, and when anything payable is discovered only then may a rush take place. Two or three reefs have been found which do not appear to me so promising as their owners deem them, yet will yield payable stone. The Napoleon Reef is one that augurs well ; the surface prospects epual any of the best I have ever seeon. The reef is situated on a gently eloping spur, in Aitkin's. run, bearing north west, and conjecture would have it in the line of the Luckie. Be that as it may, its surface appearance (and I have. seen the Luckie at its opening) is incomparably be yond that of the latter. The thickness of the reef varies from 0 to 10 inches in the shaft now sunk to a depth of only 14 feet, and coarse gold ca...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 15 September 1868

The following letter has be kindly handed to us for publication : Registrar General's Office, Melbourne, 24th August, 1868. Gentlemen,-I have the honor to. inform you that for some time past the question has boon under consideration as to whether the collection of agricultural and certain othev statistics might not, with public advantage, be entrusted to the local bodies throughout the colony; and before any further definite steps were taken, it is thought desirable to obtain the views of the different bodies upon the subject, and to ascertain how far they are willing to co-operate with this Depart ment in the undertaking. 2. To this end you are earnestlyinvited not only to answer the following enquiries but to subjoin any sug gestions you may deem of practical utility. Would you be willing to direct and secure the accurate collection by means of your own officers, of the agricultural statistics, and statistics of private schools, stone quarries, and manufacturing establishments wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 15 September 1868

UNION BANK OFAUSTRALIA     LIBITLITY UNLIMITED   PAID UP CAPITAL[, ... L1,250,000   RESERVE FUND ..... L250,000.   ALEXANDLRA AGENCY. GDLD BOU(IIT AT' MEI.I;OURINE PRICES Cu rent Rates of Ifutr.,st Allowed on Depoalta, and .ruteral Banking I j;,iwt. transtnated, J. I'. IAINBIIIDGE, Agent. OM ,ERCTI AL BANK o P A 11 B T It A L I ANr O1 AUSTI(ALIA (Linlttetd.) ALEXANDRA BRANCH. This Draneh is now Opeon Frr' tf: TRANSACTION OF : , GN.EPN. AL . RANKING BUSINESS. o GOLD P U t 1HAS 'ED At Current Rates. II. NORMAN BROWNE, Manager. July 16th, 1868. R. B A IN R It ID GE, SURNGEO ?. -ACCOUCHIEUR, &o.. GRANT STRET; ALEXANDRAK, Miaybe Consulted :Daily at his reedenceo as above " .-MIDW I.FERY FEES Moderate. " M " edical Referee for tte Australian Alliance. As . rance Company. of AMelbourne. "?~R. FETICGIITSOT t;rua to announce to the public that he has ('ommenrod to Prcttiso his Profession in Alexandra,t and tay be Consul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 15 September 1868

MITedical. FREEMAN'S CIILORODYNE. T IE ORIGINAL CIILORODYNE, invented by RLICIIARD FRIEEMAN,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 tile system under ek hausting diseases, and gives sleep without produc ing the distrensing symptoms which arise from the use of opiates. Cousumption, coallcls, cold, influenza, bronchitis, asthma, hooping cough, diarrlhea, dysentery, cholera spasms, cramps, rhecumatism, gout, &S., immediately relieved and pl wloc?ftemc,,rr-.-. 't - ' " Couiciisalve evidence of tlme value of it in cholera, diarrhoea, and dysentery is allorded by the following from the lRight hlonorable Earl Russell, who praci ously transmitted it to tihe inventor of Chlorodyne, Mr R. Freeman, and to the tRoyal College of Physi clans of London. Extract of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 15 September 1868

M IyiCIULLIAI OUM. KELSON'S JUNCTION HOTEL, J.A MIESON. S II. IEI.LSIIN. l roprietor of tile above Shotel, .begs to ininrmi hi Friends and tih Publio that. lie is preplrcO to o'ler accommnodation equal to any house inll Ih rarr;n,. WULnes sand Si pri.s of Slihelinenst Qulnlity. GOOD S'I'AI3LING. Just added once of Alc,,k's hest IILLIARD TA".I.ES-Quite New. Booking O(fleo for itorwrtroro an Co.'s Coarhes DO B 's I MP E Rt IAL II T EL, J;amicson. J DOIIB, proprietor of the above lintel, begs to " inform his frierts ain the public that he is prepared to offer the BEST ACCOMMODAT'ION at the LOWEST CIA, IGfE. Icals la Gd. I Ila is is td. Boarul by the wa,.k 18s. Boardand reridenc with single bedroom, £1 2s per wtek. WINES, SPII(TS, ALES. n&., Of the Ikbt Qoality. THURSTON'S BIIiL.IAIRD-TABLE Free ol Clra, gi'. 0001) ,T'I'AUI.ING; Livery, s per ni;ght ;a per feed. Next house to til'e Juntiin hotel. REEFEIL.' HOTEL, (J01IN FIlLIX , I'ROPRIETOR), 1,IFORDS to VInl'I'T HiS thei most c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 15 September 1868

M~icellalneous. Borough of Wood's Point. ' ELECTION NOTICE. hereby declare the undermentioned Gentleman Swas elected this day as a Councillor of the lorough of Wood's Point, he being the only person C nominated as a candidate. GEORGE MDAVEN JOHN WHITELAW, Returning Oilicer and Mayor. It. BROOKES PETERS, Deputy Returning Oficer. Cotncil Chambers, September 14th 1868. 'BILLIARDS! BILLIARD811 r N OW OPEN, at the Eldorado Hotel, First-class BILLIARD TABLE! M/SSES COOPER AND PERKINS respectfully invite their Friends ton Select Quadrille Party, on Tuesday Evening, the 22nd instant. ALEXANDRA BOOK CLUB. TlIE Members are hereby informed that a meet ing will take place this (Tuesday) afternoon c at Four o'clock p.im., at Dr. Dainbrilge's' house to distribute the books just arrived. Gentlemen - --neglecting to pay their subscriptions at thi'moeetiug will not be retained on the list of members. V. R, (o v ieinmon gldu irtiqlngnts MINING LEASE AND WA'rEIt RIGHT LICENSE DECLARED VOID. STTENTION ...

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TERRIBLE SCENE AT AN EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 15 September 1868

TERRIBLE SCENE AT' AN EXECUl JON. A man named IRufus Ludwig was executed at Salisbury, North Carolina, on 20th June, for the murder of his wile, to whom he-had been married only eleven days. The'l Nrew York hirald says?:-?"The instant the con. vict touched the platform at mast extraor dinary scene ensued. H, at. once made a wild plu ige forwardl, with intention of leap ing off the platform on the farther side, and with evident porpose of making a break, and a detsperate endeavor to push his way through the crowd and escape. He succoded in throwing, his. feet and legs off the platform, but the two officers having hold of his garis and shoulders held tst, - and pulling him backwards, he fell with the upper part of his - back still on the platform, his legs and part of his body projecting over the edge. The platform was about four and a half feet high. Several of tihe nearest officers of the guard at once rushed to the assistance of the sheriff and laid Ionld of Ludwig's legs, en d}avo...

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ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 September 1868

ALEXANDRA. POST OIFFiCE: . ARRIV AL A) IN ESPATCII O M.AILS. T o w n. '1 l ; A rrl vr l Kilmorn and t.; tur;oy.at ,I;ý," :ý:1 - Mclb'onro ) 11 no.. at .t" pi VIa ltoon, to Jiantillcld JaInlcon 3totutIy, Il \VoJgl'utt'olnt i 1toiday, V Meront Poin _~. ui Int at :, p.n..jli Longwond hIlnbourno NE'wo300ptrft ant r.t-l i.t';1 ],-!(r urn nllrn,t to Ir joato"donto bor prior to tilo fti o .t(.p,,iatld ta;r 1,i malls. I 13100( Orderat ran LO ,,: wt 1h'I (toOttr, Iron 4 a.n. to 1 p.0.,I i lUngr,'.' p~ay:.mtdo In Vlrturia.-U:, on~t til;ro ;L~ manI undeor, In, ;lcnnlonho.- ll w11 tter lo; T.t; rt tidr., n.. undcr,. G2tt; L,:I n owml.r.::o.. ),; !.11 7.,nnin r, to, .1. li"'i;'It.l' h I N. 1'o;"ttoa'Irr.

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING "Veritas Vincit Omnia." TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1868. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 September 1868

PUDLIBSED EVRYn TUESDAY AND rmtDAI MOiONTNO "Verltua Vincit Omnin." TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1868, -4-- *l omewtrd Bound Prospecting G. MA. C. (Registered.)-The manager reports that rich stone is now being broken from the reef in the southern shaft. At the increas6d depth'the reef improves both in thickness and quality. The company stnrted crushing on Monday, 21st inst., and will put through about 150 tons of stonn ; the principal of it comes from the big reefin the northlrra shaft Mr Duncan M'Dougall, on Frida:t last, went down the shaft and broke out a prospect from the reef which contained about (i or 7 dwt.. On Saturday, a prospect taken from the same shaft, at a depth]of 170 feet, showed fully an ounce of loose gold, besides a great number of specimens. Dismal forebodinrs have been enter tained for some weeks past, regarding the grazing and agriculrtral interests of the colony. in cousequer.ce of the want of rain The timely and heavy fill of rain on Sun day evening has removed pa...

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