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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 September 1868

UNION JANK OF AUSTEALIA. I, AD1LITY ,t1N LJI'TIO:) PAID UP CAPI'I'AL ... £1,250,000 'RESERVE FUND ... ... £2650,000. ALEXAN DLRA AGENCY. GOLD BOUGIIT AT MEIlBOURNE PRICES Cu?rent R*tes of Interest Allowed on lD'posits, and General Banking Business transacted. J. P. BAINBRIDGE, Agent. NOTICO . UNION BANK Olt AUSTRALIA, AT.e.XANlfDA. BE USINESS of' this BANK is now trmns S acted in their NvO Omfles. tGrant-strect (opposite the Post Omcice) J. P. BAINBRID(W. Agent. 19th September, 1868. C OM~fMIEOTALL BANK Sb~' A U8sT nA I; 1 A (.Insmlted.) ALEXANDRA BRANCH. This Brns'l 1 nnw Open' . . PO ' T15 TRANSAC'T' "ON OF GENERAL fBANKING BUSINESS. SG OLD P TTR ITASED: At Current R.ates. II, NOiTMAN BROWNE, Manager. July 16th, 1868. R U. B A I N 13 It T, D t v. S anc?R NN. AccormiErrst. a., .. G1-ANT STREEPT, ALEXANDTRA. May be Consulted Dnily at his residenei s abs hove. MIDW IFERY FEE T Moderate. lfedlicl Referre for Ithe' Aritralian Alliance .As aurance Company. of Melhourne. T R. FEIOGTTSSON...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 September 1868

PUBLiC M Ei'LfNG. A public meeing of the inhabitants of Alexandra and the surrounding district was held at, the Ehlorado IIotel on Friday night last, to consider the advisability of memorialising the Government to have pro claimed in the neighborhood of Alexandra, ?Mtunicipal, Gold-field, and Farmers' Com mons. A large number of persons represent ing the mining and farnning interests, were present'at the meeting; J. Peterkin, Esq., J.P., in the chair. Mfr Peterkin stated on opening the pro ceedings that a requisition had boon presented to him asking him to call the meeting, and he accordingly inserted the advertisement which he read in the local journal. The object of the meeting was to allow the public who were interested in the matter to' express their views on the subject, and to take such steps as to them seemed fit in order to pro cure the proclamation ot certain areas around Alexandru as commons for the use of the in habitants.' He called upon MIr Glynn to address the, meeting...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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GOOLEY'S [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 September 1868

GOOLEY'S Oh have you heard of Goley's Creek ? A finmous little place, nirs If informntion you would seekU , Its geo grlljhy I'll traee, Sir It's bounded on lie north by hlills I And on the south by rivers I Wood's oint the western hlund'ry fills I The east has lights and livers I And if your wondering eye e're twiggs This handlsonie little town, Sir, There you will see soume scores of pigs A-running up and down, tilr; So very much at home they feel, So easy in their action Rejoicing in their ccmmon weal, They grunt their satisfaction; And from this handsome little town I know I'll make you stare, Sir By climbing up and scrambling down, You can get any. where, Sir. To tell the truth about it too, I feel I'm "obligated," Its natives'are select and few, Quito unsophisticated. And tho' in Gooley's there is not A M[ethodist or Quaker, Yet, like in Pharaoh's house they've got A Butler and a baker. And to their bridge some time ago By ladder you ascended I But lately you'll be glad to know...

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GAFFNEY'S CREEK. September 18th. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 September 1868

GAFFNEY'S CREEK. - 4---+- (FRoM OnR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) September 18th. Al Golden Gate Company washed up last Saturday and got 239 oz smelted gold for the fortnight. The company's ground is to be let on tribute shortly. There has been a land slip in the mine lately, but nothing of any consequence. The Golden Belt washed up on Friday last, and the tributer got 43 oz for ten days' crushing-the tribute is given up. The Lauraville Company expect to break through every day, and connect the upper workings with their deep tunnel. Good gold can be seen in many parts of the mine, and when the mill starts again good returns are expected. Mr P. Caddan is the tributer, and will undoubtedly make a large amount of money out of the crushings. The Victoria is to be let on tribute shortly. The crushings latterly have improved, and a meeting of shareholders is to be held in Melbourne on the 22nd inst. to arrange about the future working of the mine. P.unt's Company washed up last Satdrday. and got 22...

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HIGINBOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 September 1868

HI G N BOTHA A. The Galatea crushing from, the lower level,. although far from meeting the sanguine expectations of the shareholders, went 1 oz: to the ton. Considering the width,.of. the. reef at 130 feet, the owners are by 'o means discouraged as to the value ofthe mine when in good working order. Since the crushing a tenth share has been purchased, by Mr Cheehan;. the same gentlemen- has als o' taken the mine on tribute, for a period of twelve months, on terms highly favorable to the company.. Our locality, like a good many others at first starting, has. received" a drawback, but in my opinion only a' tempo rary check-it is only a matter of time. 'Now that the machine can test the value of the quartz the miners can exercise better judgment in the working of their claims. The Balaclava Prospecting have some 25. tons out, and will soon have a crushing.. The claimholders are somewhat backward paying :1 per ton, and have been in expecta tion of the price being lowered to 15s for ten ...

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Original Poetry. A LEGEND OF SAINT DUNSTAN. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 September 1868

Original t audrq. -4---- A LEGEND OF SAINT DUNSTAN. In his workshop, Dunstan the bellows did blow, Shifting tie cinders and stirring tile fire; What he was making I scarcely do know, |Far there's no one living of whom to enquire. But we know that he was a mechanical Don, And that it was a present meant for the Queen ; Sonic hold the opinion-I do for one IIo was making a Singer's sewing machine. The saint fell faint from the heat of the coke ; lie was holding the tongs in tihe furnace fire, So lihe left them there, and sat down for a smoke, And a draught of Barclay and Perkins' entire. Well the beer being strong he got drunk as a piper,. And fell fast asleep in the midst of his glee, When a voice from behind cried " You jolly old swiper, That infernal machino is a keepsake for me." The saint recognizing the horns tail and claws Old Beelzebub's self, there was nothing more clear,. Flew straight to the fire without making a pause, Saying " Nick wait a moment, your keepsake is here." He...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 September 1868

FREEMAN'S CIILORODYNE. T IIE ORIGINAL CIILORODYNE, invented by RICHARII) FIEIJIMAN, pharmaceutist, is one of the greatest discoveries of the present age, and is largely used by the mo-t 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 It ver. soothen the system under ex hausting diseases, and gives sleep without produc ing the distressing symptonms which arise from the use of opiates. Consumption, coughs, cold, influenza, bronchitis, asthma, hooping cough, diarrhlca, dysentery, cholera spasms, cramps, rhlumnatisa?, gout, &, & n.,nmediately r lloves)ts pd in Im'5t Cuse5suX i.-._ C ;O u 'dcsitdncJ of tu alu;;u t it in cholera, diarrhlea, and dysentery is nalordtd by the following from the Right Ilonurable s:Earl Russell, who graci ously transmittid it to the inventor of Chlorodyne. Mr It. Freeman, aud to the RIoyal College of Phlysi clans of London. Extract of a despa...

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ABOUT THE STREETS. No. VII. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 September 1868

ABOUT THE STREETS. No. VII. It may be a truism that "'in a multitude of councillors there is wisdom." but in an assemblage such as our Road Board it seems to be the very reverse. Some people evidently imagine that Road Boards are created for the" special purpose of allowing them to indulge in personal recrimination, and that there they may give 'vent to little vagaries of speech which elsewhere would be taken cognizance of by'tlielaw. The claims of the ratopayers, and the necessities of the district eoist only in imagination. As soon as they find themselves elevated to the proud position of representatives iof the people, they forget all about the promises made in return for "the honor of your vote and confidence," and without the slightest attempt at con cealment, break the pledges of which they were so lavish so long as a seat was to be gained. That this state of things- should exist is a disgrace to, Alexandra, and well might some "honorable" members hang their heads in very sham...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 September 1868

3.t:. Cl. "S1A O Pt"l. R TLS ON's JUNCT ON HOTEL, ^I I I. ifEl. N. 1'r,,p:i.tr of I ii ate ve hr ote l,.,, t, inhrt,, ha,+ lrienl. and the PublE that h'e pa pnr, tr .. a r a:ucn:t,.lOatior equal to any Il in th r.n. lVlitc.. uutst 'fpit . I..Io' the l,'ne'l (ltt aulity. O 1) ST III.I N G. Just adled -ni. ,f AIle.. o ?t Ilol.IAliD folaking' Il!L,: tI'r Flobrion aiil Co.'s Coachles 1 )1115 )1 I iE IA. ) OTEL, J O I' I1, proprietore ( the above Hotel, begs to S i, rrm his fri- ,i.' ail the ipbilie tirhat he is prmparolt to ciltor till. .UEST A'Ch IMMat)ATFIIb at the LOWEST cIl .\1I(I.":. Meals lCa Gl. I ldn Is 6ld. lioarld by the wett 18s. Loardanil r?:dience with .ingle bedroom, £1 Ss per w ik. WVINES, Sl'IRIt S.I ALES. &o., Of the l l t Qtiality. T 1[UInST ON'S ItrIllI1 ARD'.TABLE Free of Charge. GOOD STA IHLING ; Livery, Gs per night; 2s per feed. Next house to the Junction Hotel. REEFES' HOTEL, wo tl)fS POitLT (JOHIN 1'ELiX, PROPREE'I'OR), A FFORIDS to VISIT llts the most c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 22 September 1868

M.i?ccellaneous. M ESSRS COOPER AND, PERTINS rcspectfully invite their Friends to a Selcet Quadrille a'crty, on Tuesday Evening, the 22nd instant. NOTICE. T HIS is to certify that I, the undersigned, have authorised Mr 11. JouLth to collect all monies due to mo. MICHAEL JOHN O'CONNOR, Surgeon. Witness-Mrs Macy Ann Payne, Dated this 15th day of September, 1868. SR HARRY lOOTII,begs to inform those who feel oi-pnsed to join in forming an Etuioplan Concert Club, for perlorming in aid of Benevolent Purposes, that he will be happy to give instructions gratuitously to all parties joining, at the London and New York HIotel. ?10OR SALE-Albion IHotel, Grant-street Alex .' andra, doing first-class business, apply to Donald Cummings, Albion Hotel, APPLICA'ITON FOR TRANSFER OF A PUBLICAN'S LICENCE. To the Bench of Magistrates at Akxandra. I HARRY OSBOIhNE, the holder of apublican's g licence for thIt house known as the New York and London Hotel, Alexandra, do hereby give notice that it is my in...

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

Z.': :C2 U.A ?'tOUL*. JUNCY!ON HOTEL, II 1. . l.° N. ti , , o thi 1 . 1 ,. 01 .., {, t t t o t h . . L 'i ?ce ,. and the '0 ,> r: l aut h.e is I , .." I r, .:i,.r aI?tarlllons ;ion qi t.1t to any hIoun L tll I:t ?, . -"4?i:Ls?rin.! gpirIt, sC trte ainest tkes?ilIsy. GoOt) S''TAIINOG. Just n~adell onr. of Ahi,.'k's L,est lil Il5ITAIDI 'TA ILES-Qluite New. Po)kinn O(,11l., fur ltobcrtion awl Co.'s Coiluaes OijlllI'S I MPE IAL II OT EL, Jirtirsiirnnr. ?T D)O P, proprir tor .f thell above lintel, begs t, Sil.i;rm his frievrls and tie p-1bliic that hl ih l"r. par.; t., if, r the BEbT Ati?. ?MM?( ATrO at the LOWEST CHAIRGIE. Meals Is Gd. I leds isl 6d. ]3oard by lihe week 18. Board and residence with ainlgle bedroom, £1 2s per wtek. WINES, S'It IT ALES. o. T Of the tlat quanlity. TIIURSTON'S 13 I, l.I ARD-TA?3LE Free of Charge. GOOD 'l'nABLI.O Livery, 6s per nilght ; 29 per feed. Next house to the Jtnction Hotel. TIE OLI) REEFERS' HOTEL, WOO'S8 POINT (JOHN FELIX, PROPRIETOR); A ?FFOI3D...

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LOYAL LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. WOOD'S POINT BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 September 1868

LOYAL LIBEIIAL ABUSOCA'L'ION. WOOD'S POINT DItANOII. -4~ At a meeting of tho Wood's Point branch of the Loyal Liberal ltutorm Association, held at the rooms of the association, Wool's Point, on Saturday ovening last. Mr A MD'ougall in the chair, thie following report of a special committee of the association was unanimously adopted :-Your committee, appointed at a meeting of the association held September 12th, 1808, " To take into consideration the advsability n,,nd ractica bilihty of establishing a Mechanics' Institute in Wood's Point," beg to submit the follow ing report : I. That this committee see the advisability and practicability, and strongly recommend the formation of a Mechanics' Institute at Wood's Point. II. The chief uses to which such institu tions are put, and which your committee recommend should be connected with this institution are,--lst. Plaoing within the reach of all subscribers the use of a room in which they have access to all the leading newspapers in, this...

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(To the Editor of the Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 September 1868

(lo tihe Editor of the Ale.candra 21unea.) t Mr Edithur,--Bekose I'm I ov the ' buoys, that came ov dacent peepill my ap plicushun f|r the ophass of dog hinspoctbor i was refused by the boord at there last meatingr, May be 'tis all for thee beate for their is a show yet for me in a good reef which I'll get by sarching for it as other men do. It is a low mane billet against which my proud arisstookratic speerit revolts. It is plassed r am shure enuff that the boord bestoad it on the " Englishman," showing they had a greater regard for a Pint's pride than I had for me self in making the application. Talking ov the rood boord, there's a quare lot in that body. There'll be ructions soon if they carry on in that way,jawing and scholding aich other for no mortal rayson. Whatsum ever if there's a differ betune Cockspur and Whisker it is onmoity rude to be making such a holy show in so dacent a place as the Corner. When Cockspur throws Whisker .into a coo~ed hat wid all the law and slack ja...

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WARDEN'S COURT. Thursday, September 24th, 1868. (Before the Warden, A. P. Akehurst, Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 September 1868

WARDEN'S COURT. Thursday, September 24th, 1808. (Before the Warden, A. P. Akeburst, Esq.) Ritchings v. Coyle and others. Struck out. Ritchings v. Braye. Struck out. Day v. Lanni-au Struck out. Deattie v. 6'Brian : Application to be put in possession of eighty yards South Sunday Reef. Order to be put in posses sion. Cholerick v. Brown. Mr bmith for plaintiff, Ir Coster for defendant. Trespass and illegal interference with complainant's claims, Nos. I and 2, Sunday eeoof. Dam ages is; costs L4 18s. Jones v. Jones. Struck out. Fisk v. Jones: Work and labor. Mr Coster for plaintiff, Mr Emerson for defen dlant. Plaintiff swore that he was engaged to manage the Royal Arch quartz claim, on the 23rd July. Had been paid in full by all shareholders with the exception of Jones. Nonsuit; costs L1 11s. M'Intyro and Drummond v. Curtain and others. 'his was an application to be put in possession of a claim known as No. 1 and 2 South Napoleon. Several wit nesses proved that the ground was abandoned...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 September 1868

Cdlrr9spu1ltErrt. -4---- The following letter was roead at theo Road Board meeting on Wednesday last. To the charman ov the rood boord. Sit,--I beleave the ophass of dog inspect hur would shoot me all to peaces. I have a graet autiputhy for dogs, and am highly gifted with highdrofobea, a rare kwollity to fit me fobr the billet. Hoping you will infer on me the honer, I remain, yours thrily, JOHN DOOLY.

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 September 1868

NEW ZEALAND. The war news from New Zealand is any: thing but satisfactory. The following' extract we take from the Wellington Inde pendent of September 10th :-" We cannot look upon the news that has come from the front ash b ing otherwise than absolutely dis- astrous. It may be that our forces have killed twenty-seven Maories, though even' that is doubtful; but ten-ayo, a hundred: times that number slain-would not make up the loss to the colony of intrepid Von Tempsky, of gallant Buck, of genial dashing' IIastings, and of the other officers and men: who fell on this occasion. It is not our bus iness to obtrude our private and personal. feelings upon the publio; but this much. may bo said, that we mourn the loss of Von: Tempsky, Buck, and Hastings, as that of dear personal friends, and we cannot find words in which to express the poignancy of the grief which this news has inflicted upon' us. And in a lesser degree the colonists of New Zealand will lament the fate of those men who wer...

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ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 September 1868

ALEX A ND:. O1' 1)l I ARIIlV'AL .iNI) 1I)E.1P.I iC/i OV',Illj.zS. Ton M 11" Arri,". i Kiirnnr[r l y SiJttann. IIi'i I m Alan~ittt II, M 3i0ii,,rurtt ) I1,rl lllgfor l ... `111. 1 , lno..nI S III l.1 )'. U (,l,.r . rrll ItIgiotri . riiy. (:ollllll lr*.-- . n R r, 1 -1 I,"l t11, r+ n1 r'"t"It'ir ,I n 111 n.m.. to a ;,t , anti tnd trt,I. Coli.. 1-. w I Itm .t''itr 14; i.":,t"1 mtminder. ?a. I! n·,, '1 11111l 1111,1 I1(11. "~i.-(._ :1(11,1 trltll· IH; I.:, atli J. 1I'Eal(KIN. I'.riirr-utir.

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

UNION BANK OF AUSTI'r ALIA. LIADILI'TY"LJNLI I''I TD "-- PAID UP CAPI I'A . ... £i,:0),000 1RESERVE FUND ... ... £250,000. ALEXANDRA AGENCY. G LD ) OUGHIT AT' M.If.ll)URNE PRICES Cu-rent Rates of Int,.r.e Allowed, on Deposits, and ?,nacral U?anking J1insiittts transa:cted, J. 1'. uJAINBIIIDGE, Agent. N O T I C E. UNION IBANK ('I AUSTRALIA, ALEXANDRA. - T HE BUSINESS of this BANIC il now trans. nered in their Now (ffikeo. Granttptrrct (opposite the 'ost ()llice) J. P. BAIN3IRI)GE, Agent. 10th September, 18t8. C O M E RO I L: HAN K O.P A ll R T 11 AL A ( 'nittfe*.) ALEXANDRA B3RANGII. This i3rn neh i. now Open 1'O TIIM TRAwSAo CTON Or GENERAL BANKINC BUSINESS. G, OLD P i r IIt ASED At Current Rates. II. NORMAN BROWNE. Mlsnnnger. July 16th, 1808. SR. l AI NB R I D OJ . SURGEON, ACCOUCTIEUR, &c., GRLANT STREEcT,; ALEXANDR A, May be Consulted Daily at his resdence ts alonr. MIDWIPRITIY FE EHt MAfodernt. Mledirall Refrre for teu Australian Alliace As Asrance Company. of MclYournc....

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Original Poetry. ELEGY. For a starved-looking dog which was shot because its owner could not be found. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 September 1868

(Drigiull nor!rq. ELEG Y. For a starved-looking dog which was shot because its owner could net be found. Poor dog, and thou art dead I what shall I say: Like every other dog thou'st had thy day A nameless, homeless dog thou wert indeed, And none had pity in thy direst need, Where wert thou born, poor dog ? why didst thou stray ? Was thy late master cruel or unkind, Or to thy dogly merits was he blind ? By cold-rite charity, but badly fed, A wretched, wand'ring life thou must have led. By heartless mortals beaten many a time Thy very dog's existence counted crime I Thy destiny, poor dog I thou hast fulilii'd Thy death a man and not tby Maker willd. And tho' thou wert acnet mad, and none could find A real fault In thee, for thou wert kind, Yetman decteed, poor dog I that thou shoul.l'st die, ]lemonstrate thou could'st not or ask him why. Thy dog's days joys and sorrows are now o'er, The pangs or hunger thou wilt feel no more. Good bye poor wand'rer-may'st thou rest in peace s Thou'st ...

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(To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) Give me leave to speak my mind. Shakespeare. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 25 September 1868

(?b the Editor of 2Tl'e Alexandra 2'imes.) Give me leave to speak my mind. blhakespeare. Srn,.-When bipeds-those who have only two legs-comwune in solemn conclave pre udicially to the freedom of our race, who have the advantage of glorying in four feet, in a word, who are quadrupeds, the time has come when the cynic funily must arouse themselves to action. Our liberty is at stake, and sacred lives in jeopardy. We, who are the most faithful friiends of hlauanity, are to be placed in duranco vile if we but dare to exercise the freedom we were wont to; our prison fare, nil, and a horrible death-that of a dog-is to bu our doomn. Shade of Diogenes! immortal prototype of our race ! to what thraldom we are reduced. Like the Celestials, we are to be poll taxed, and must endure the indlfgnity of wearing the collar of the slave around our necks. Tykes there are that need be hampered, I confess, but those noble dogs like Loath and Caesar, should never brook control. On noisy curs--on Lysisca m...

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