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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 16 October 1868

ALFRED GOLD MINING COM PANY •(Iter it rei), No. I Nt rth l.ucklie. rI ENDEIlS required fir Worlking the above Corm .., pany's Mine on 'h1lU'ITE, for a period of c( ihtela u months. 'I'tenders recevi d until Wednesday the 28th October, 1868. JOHIN BIRANCII. lMnager. October 16th. 1808. ? E, the undersiened. heing a majority in num ber tad valueof s1,rehloldr. in the ctlllam known as the Aldvctutre Quartz Mining Ciompany, eitulate oil the An? i?IIella line of t'cf, Alexoanra, do hereby p ive our consent to becomell reglstered under the provisions of the Mlhiuing Comlpanles' Limited Liability Act, 1864, 27 Vie.. 228. John Wing WValt cr?Aoun William lRobertLon Wrn. E. ]lhnrnes Joseph Iligiaan's John 11. lorno Datod at Alekxanra, 1st October, 1868. Stheo undersigned, WILLIAM EDWARD S-f- AhtINEP,'Tiibyly-r?i?b-nic?il'pitln tq register the Advienture Quartz Milnhg i2omp?uay., unudcr thoeprovisions of the 31 inifg Comt unita Linmited Liability Act, 1864. 27 Vie., No. 228. And I do solemnly ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 16 October 1868

·?Malinct - · FUt'R'EE; N AT''S CILORODYNE. TIlE JTGIGAL/TILdORODYNE, lflvented by i IIIOIIARD FICERM:ANplabminaceutil, is one S'of.thle greatest discoveries of thepresent ege, and is largely usnaed by the niost ciin~tinet dical men in ;lalispital and .private practice, n I ll parts of tihe ,globe;, Itrapidly rolieves pain from whatever cause, allays the irritation of fever, soothes the system under cc anusting diseases, and gives sleep witlhout produc ing tihe distressing symptoms which arise tront the use of opiates. S Cousumption, coughs, cold, influenza, brounehit?s, asthma, hooping coughl, diarrham, dysentery celolerna ~ paams, driraP,rhleumntism, gout, &c., imamediately vo . an.d in m s. arj.- t 'diarriama, andl dysentery is afforded ly the following from the Right Honorable Earl IRussell, who raci ously transmitted it to thie ihaventor of Chlorodync, Mfr R. Freeman, and to tihe Royal College of P'hysi clans of London. Extract of ii despatch fronm Acting-Consul "Webb, ...

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AMENDING LAND ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 16 October 1868

AMENDING LAND ACT. A commission was held at the Eldorado Hotel, on Wednesday last, to consider applications under the 42 d section of the Amending Land Act, 1805. The following is a list of those applications granted, re- fused, and held over for consideration: PARISH OF DELATITE. D. M. Bullock, L. M'Loan, J. Tomnlkins, A. MI'Keozie, J. M'Kenzie, A. Spence, J. Spence, P. Murphy, K. M'Kenzie, J. Tomkins, T. Roland, !?I. Gamoble-Granted. Philip M'Intosh, John Iiigley, Joseph Brige, Alfred Chennery, E lward Gamble William Matthews-IRafusod. PARIISIH ol' ACIIEIION. C. Cookson, J. Quigley-Granted. PAUISII or YEA. J. IHutchinson, C. Thompson-Granted. PAIISII OF 01 ANSFI ELD. A. A1'Diarmed, D. TM'Dirn'etd-Granted. PAnOISI UNNA.1MED. F. L. Lewis, Raeuber, Fitzgerald, 11. Wood -Decosion postponed till Commission stes the ground which was proposed a3 a sight for a township. PARISH OF ALEXANDRA. C. Hinton, Frost, G. Pendlebury, T. Sh ran, R. Dixon, T. J. Seaton, F. G. Seaton, W. Kilpatrick, H....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 October 1868

FNJIJ hA:1NK OF AU.s'lALI\. i3,l A't 1'.T C UNL I! `1'A > 1 i [31' (>\U! A ... c' K, T 1,00'. ALe xaN I)It 1 ;1I ENCY. t; iU l uUGHT \'I' 111 ?.ii(:IlNIl IICLIIS a ~ TIrite. of Irt .al we on Di'posits, and > n ra iinn lng 1lsin"'> trun.s t d J, 1'. IIAI anD.GE.. Agent. C(>JM LE U CI A L B1ANK 01I' A 11nilTIt A L I A. (I unitedl.) ALEXANDR)IIA IJIkGII 1'1113 s'r.,"rit is now Op .n. . T1 IA S A A CTiN 01? (. N E IIaNR, 1!NIING BUSLNESS. .OI,1) PU7tJLCIASE D At Currant hiate).,t Jnly l8thC I d G. M lanager. 11 . 11 A I Nl It ltI D. 0, E, RI' tivr ; aN, ACC)UCIiU Uit, &c,. PU JLiC VACCINATI IR. (I ATUi.troS 'VACCINATI-O.N Cet3 Tunediay, from tpto 12. a.m, .lfedknf flrf rre for thae. Aueb'aflai' Alliance As-' e"r'~nce Louarpany, o/' AlcI'.wurne. IF·)It. F;InG S linbgs. toamulounee to tihe pti tthphas Coin Joeneed, to, Pr~tavize lia i'rofes~iua hn. Alexandra, amind may beu Consulte I I 'AlILY at the Alxandra littl. f'naljrnai visited on the siluriqat notice throught...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 October 1868

The fpllowing we extract from the last issue of our contemporary, the Courier:-" In consequence of the. dulness wl?rchJas. pre vailed latterly, not only. in Aexantlra hut throughout the district generally, and the conseiquent failing off in business, it has hen resolved to suspend the publication of the Courier for. time. We cannot hclieve the commercial stagnation and the general tight ness of the money, zmarket to be other than temporary and accidenrtal, and we look forward with confidence to an early r1enewal of intercourse with our readers through the medium of these columns." In justice to the people whom we represent it is our duty to say that the "dulness of business" or the "stngnation and general tightness of the money market," have hlid very little to do with the unfortuate position of our con temporary. Any person possessed of the smallest modicum of common sense might easily have foretold that two papers could not exist in Alexandra in its days of .greatest prosperity. I...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING "Veriton Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 October 1868

LIIULISIICD EVERY TUr?'I'y. A.ND, FRIDAY MOI0INO "Virltan Vlnclt Omunl.,, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1808, As the rate of ls 83d in the. pound' on the rntrtable value of the property in the- Alex nrldrla Iload District is the most engrossing topic of interest with the inlhabituants at this tile, we (1o not hesitate to again call atten tion to that slubject in connection with anothier which hlns been foisted on the Thornton people, viz, the'sub-division of the district. Ily misre'presentations of the grossest kind and most transparent chnracter, some righit-thhit;inbn men have been induced to iign aunther petition for sub-division, wi'ch Lis hoeen Iprivately prepured, and circulated 'or signature among tie. inhabitants resi ding out of the township, and, in the Thornton portion of t.hi district., A loeting was called at RJemnling's, at which those were expected to qttend only, whose views wore cap:ble of being binsed by misstatu nrits and unblushing falsehoods, Wut this. tice, little gamelo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 October 1868

MEICS ZL.L EOURS. K ELSON'S JUNCTION HOTEL, :JAsMIESON. I II. KELS(ON. P'rprietor of the above * hotel, begs to inform lis Friends and the Public that he is preparle to otier .cunmmosudatioe equal to any house in the ranges. Wines an?d Spirit. of ithe, i Finest QLually. GOOD STABLING. .est added one of Alcock's best BILLfARD TABLIE--Quite New. I M P ER IAL I 0 T EL, Jamicsr n. J. DOI.B, proprietor of the above llotel. bhgsto * inform his frierdls and the public that he is prepared to oterr the BEST ACCOM31IODATION at the LOWEST CIIARGE. WINES. SPIRITS, ALES. &o., Of the Iest Quality. T IIURSTON'S BILLIARD-TABLE Free of Charge. GOOD STABLING ; Next house to the Junction Hotel. Booking OfIlco for Riobertson and Co.'s Coaches T IIE O L D REEFERS' HOTEL, WOOD'S POINT (JOHN IFEL IX, PROPRIETOR), A FF OltDS to VIbllTOItS the most comfortable accomusodation and the best table in the auUges. EXTENSIVE STABLES, Fine Clean IIorse fi.ed, and thorough grooming. .Splendid Billiard-room, ...

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ALEXANDRA ROAD BOARD. Wednesday, 21st October, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 October 1868

ALEXANDRA ROAD BOARD. Wednesday, 21st October,, 1808. .Present: Thore Chairman (J~ Peterkin,. Esq.), lMessrs Coster, Perkins, and Weoster. ' The miintes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Harry Booth, requesting that a stump in front of his premises might be allowed to stand. From Mr J..Steavenson in reference to application for extension of boundary, and stating that a portion of the country wished to be annexed had been already applied for by the inhalbitants of Yea. From Board of Land and Works, acknowledging receipt, of mnemorial for corn mons. In reference to iMr Booth's application it was umoved by Mr Perkins, seconded by AIr Coster, " That the con!ractor for Gr,ant street be authorised to leave the stump in front of Bouth's hotel in accordance with the request of Mr B ooth." Carried. A report was read from the surveyor as to the suveral worus most necessary in the district but as it was incomplete, thu report was qrdered to stand over till n...

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WOOD'S POINT WARDEN'S COURT. Tuesday 20th October. (Before Mr Warden Alley.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 October 1868

WOOD'S POINT WALtDEN'S COURT. Tuesday 20th October. (Befbre iMr Warden Alley.) Aladdin G? M C., v. Aladdin and Try Again G. M. C. Mr M'Farland and LMr Butler ibr the p!aintiffs, Mr W. V. Smith for defendants. Mr Smith applied to have the case tried by assessors, and the following gentlemen were sworn .--Messrs R. Blyth man (foreman), R. Scott, J. Bowven, and It. Mines. The case set up by Mr M'Farland for the plaintiffs was that they claimed under a lease issued to Mr Lonamore, M.L.A., of the ground and mine in dispute, and he called Mr Longminore to produce the lease. Mr Longmoro was cross-examined at great length by Mr W. V. Smith, and w'ith great reluc tance made some startling admissions as to his own, Mr U. E. Jones's, M.L.A., and the Minister of Mines connection with the issue of the lease. After nnimadverting strongly on the apparent manipulation by one Minister, of the powers belonging to the office of another Minister, for the benefit of himself and a Ministerial suppdrter, ...

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WOOD'S POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 October 1868

.WOO-D'S POINT. -4e-- (Fnosr Oua OwN COIREsrPONDENT.) Nothing more definite can be said with regard to the.new find of the Johnson reeoof. Interests are being transferred by the -pros "pectors, but the work of opening up the reef is. not being prosecuted, I presume the reason being that until a lease of the ground has been obtained the holders do not care to prosecute furi.her search. The Oriental G. 1 . C. have been crushing stone from their claim at the S:andard machine. The tables look well and a good yield is anticipated. Not the least llcasing feature of the Black River mines is the tict that in the Leviathan claim on Wednesday last the miners, at the now low le,'el, struck: what has the appe:r ance of being finer stone than the claim has yet produced. Persons acquainted with the company's stone will remember that the gold is not surface, but finely impregnated in the stone, so that if the late find, at a depth of 300 feet, proves rich in, proportion to. the go!d seen in the st...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 October 1868

currrti inhcurr. ( T the 1Editor of The Alexandra Times.) Sn,-TIn a paragraph which appeared in. your paper a few days ago, the rttention of the publio was called, to theall but fatal case of snake bite, by which a woman named' Mrs Fisk, residing on the Goulburn, had a narrow escape with. her life, and anxiety expressed that the antidote I.used should be. made publie for the. benefit of those, who, travelling in the baush , continually run the. risk of being bitten by these rep;tiles.. As 1 have no anxiety to conceal any remedies tlat may be of bnefit,io suffering. humanity, ... I wbtild most gladly com'ply with your ro Squest, nor have I any motive. for. doing otherwise, as it is most likely I may never have another opportunity of prescribing for any human being suffering from snake :bite, for the remainder of my medical practice, but as you are aware, Mr Editor, that all patients cannot bear strong stimulating. remedies alike, to put forth to the public any single remedy for such ...

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Original Poetry. A THELA. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 October 1868

ATHELA. One eve while pondering o'er,man's chequered lifi;, Hisi vain illusions, sorrows, hopes and strife, I wandered watching Coila's onward motiont T'wards its restless home, the storm-toss'd ocean. When sctaling through the air, low, sweet, and cleari A toerry laugh resounded in my oar. I, turning, gazed up at a steep hill side, When 1o I a fairy form I there espied. Swift darting on amidst the waving trees, Her long robes floating on the sighing breeze.. A child-like manner to her form gave grace, A radiant smile o'erspread her lovely face. Her eyes that beamed with mellow liquid light--. Sad, It nguishing, or dancing with delight HUr raven tresses from confinement strayed. Danced in the wind, and on her bosom played. Centaur-like she sat hler impatient steed, That agile bounded on wit frantic speed ; Bearing from my gaze in onward flight, A form that henceshlould haunt my dreams by night. For oft in sleep would coneo that lovely vision With sweet smile or arch laugh of derisio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 October 1868

Medical. FREEMAN'S CIHLORODYNE. THE ORIGINAL CHLOTIODYNE, invented by RICUARD FIEEMAN, pharmaceutist, is one of the greatest discoveries of tho,prescnt nag, and is largely used by the most eminent medical men in hospital and private practice, in all parts ot the globe. It rapidly relieves pain from whatever cause, allays the irritation of fever, scothes the systmn under ex hausting diseases, and gives sleep without produc ing the distressing symptoms which arieo from the use of opiates. oCousumption, couehs, cold, ii,.urenna. .hrouciitls, .stinma, hooling cough, tiarrhacea,dyi;entezy, cholern spasms, cramps, rheumatism, gcut, &c., immediately relieved and in most rases cured. Conclusive evidence of the value of it in cholera, diarrlhea, and dysentery is afforded by the following from theiRighlt Honorable ,:Erl Russell, who nraci ously transmitted it to thei inventolr of Cldlorlodync. Mr I. Freeman, and to the Ioyal College of Plhysi cians of London. Extract of i despatch fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 October 1868

V. _I_,; , S m iititenl itt td igitiqitt, A SALE OF CROWN LANDS by PUBLIC AUCTION will be held at Eleven o'clock of FRIDAY, 6th November, 1868, at the COURT HOUSE, Mansfield. The following lots will be offered:- TowN Lots. Benalla-County unnamed, perish of Benalla, in the township of Benalla, at the west end of Bridge-street. • Upset price £8 per acre. Allotment 3, Seetion 4.-2 roods. Mansfield-County unnamed, Parish. of Upset price £8 to £16 per acre. Allotments IA, Sec. 3 ; 2 to 6, See 32 -2 roods each. Matndampl--County unnamed, Parish of Doolsm, 1 in the township of Maihndample, between the road from Merton to Mlansfield and 1 Doolam Creek. Upset price £8 to 20 per acre. Allotments 1, 3 83 8, 10to 12, See. 9; 1 to 4, 6 to 14, tee, 12 ; 1 to 3, Sco 13; 1 See. 14 ; 5, 6, Soc. 13.-9p, to Ir. 24p ; Valuations fiom £4 to £400. Seymour-County of Anglcsea, Parish of Seymour, S dinthbo township of Seymour. - Upset price £12 per acre. Allotments 6, 7, Section P; 0, 7, Section 4.-2r. anol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 October 1868

Illedical., FREEMAN'S CHLORODYNE. IJIE HE ORIGINAL CHLORODYNE, invented by .L ItlOHARD FIlEEMAN,pharmaccutist, 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 ahausting diseases, and gives sleep without produce dng the distressing symptoms which arise from the use of opiates. Cousumption, coughs, cohl, influenza, bronchitis, asthma, hooping cough, diarrha a. dysentery,cholera apaems. crnmps, rhl tlns itinlt, gput, &c., iftrediaintev. 'T-ltleneilt? i anu lliu .ust :n*e cured, Conclusive evidence of the value of it in cholera, diarrhwea. and dysentery is nalorded by the following from the ltight Ilonoratile Earl Russell, who trael ,susly transmitted it to the inventor of Chlorodyne. Mr R. Freeman, and to the Rtoyal.College of Physi c.ans of London. Extr...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING "Veritas Vincit Omnia." TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 October 1868

PUBL?SIIED EVERY TUUrIDAY AND FUIDAY MlORNING " Verita. Vlinct Onal.a. " TUESDAY,. OCTOBER 97,. 1868.2 W HViaeN two' gentlemen of the noble art of self-defence meet to test , heir comparative merits, before commencing to display their peculiar skill in disfiguring each other's eyes, mouth, and nose, they shlke handei in the politest manner in the world, and then set to work with all the zeal and earnestness they can command, and even after the encounter is over they have a noboler together and are as good friends iagain as ever. Now, we are of opinion that the examnple itus set by the gentlemen of the ring might with grace and advantage be folluwed by the Mansfield Shire Council and Alexandral District Road Board. The battle of separation has been fought. Alexandra has gained a victory; whatever it maiy he worth remains to be proved, and Mansfield bas lost a portion of its boundary which it is perhaps better with out. There is, therefore, no reason why we should not shato hands and....

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DOON. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 October 1868

DOON, The'history of the christening of this place is briefl3 told. IMtr Nixon, the surveyor, with--his: -usual -gallantry, asked- a young lady to give the place a short name. The lady proposed "Bonnie Doon." Mr Nixon suggested that it woulddbe shorter, without the " Bonnie." The amendment was adopted. It was a matter of doubt whether the alteration made by Mr Nixon is an im provement, us no one can visit the place without being involuntarily reminded of that fine old Scotch song " Ye banks and braes o' bonnie Doon." The beautiful. hills of the district and the rich verdure with which they are covered has a most pleasing effect, and for many miles around there is an endless, charming variety of hill and dale. The buildings of the village consist of one public house, a blacksmith's shop, and a few huts. There is a rrobability that the population will. be considerably increased by the alluvial operations lately commenced by Mr Rossiter, of Maindample, who has found. payable gold withi...

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Original Poetry. LUGEO. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 October 1868

LUGEO. Oh I for a cave in some wild, lonely glen, Far from the haunts and tho-bustle of men ; Away from this base world's false joy and vain pride, Fain from its cold, selfish cares I. would hide. Where nmy sad aching heart might find repose,. Till death in its tenements dotll me enclose. There within the lonely cell, lipsr, weary heart, ret ; Sorrow and care may not there dwell In my troubled breast. Unseen and in sorrow, I'd pine all alone As I mrused o'er the hopes that fir ever are flownm: Unheeded, in anguish nod hopeless despair, I'd mourn o'er my trust in the false hearted fair. Unwept, and uncared for, I gladly would die, With no sound to cheer but the vulture's wild cry. Soothing the wild bird's mourLful cry, To my restless heart; Sweeter thai nman's deeeitfulllio, With its poisoned dart. -NINANINxOULAII.

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 October 1868

(To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) Sen,-I see by your issue of the 23rd inst., " that steps have been taken to form an efficient choir for St. John's Church," and this I think, is a step in the right direction, but that the choir must necessarily consist of thorough musicians to become efficient, I deny. Exclusiveness never did work well in. u choir, and it itill certainly be an exception to the general rule if it succeed in Alexandra. I have no.doubt but that the Church Cow mitteae were glad enough to secure the services of those-persons "ol different degrees of knowledge of music" when they could get no other, but now it seems that the sincere and heart-felt worship. of God. by praise is to become subservient . to. musical knowledge. The success to.. be attained by making the church choir a music class is very doubtful. I can assure you that there is nothing I like to hear better than good congregational singing, but this end will never be gained unless a little more attentio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 October 1868

UNION BANK OF AUSJ'Cl:ALiL. LIABILITY UNLIMITED PAID UP CAPIPAL ... £1,250,000 RESERVE FUND ... ... £2°50,000. ALEXANDRA AGENCY. O )LI) BOUGHT AT tMEIBIBUIINE PRICES Cu rent Rates of Intere.?t Allowoed on Deposits, and .Jeneral Bankiug i?talneo tr.tnsncu.d. J. P. .BAINBRILDGE, Agent. C UMERCIA L BANK OF A U T It A L I A (Llunvited.) ALEXANDRA IIItANGH. This Branch ias now Open 5le" TIIB TRANSACTION OF GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. GOLD PU cIt IIASED At Current HRates. II. NOItMAN BROWNE, ,July 16th. !s68. D R. I A I N B It I D G E, BURGEON. ACCOUCIIEUtR, &.o,. GRANT STREET, ALEXANDRA, PUBLIC VACCINATOR. GRATUITOUS VACCINATION every Tuesday, from 10 to 12 a.ms. Medical Referee for the Australian Alliance As aurance C'omnpany. of Mclbourne. - "D"R. FEI~OUSSON begs to annonce to to the public that he lnes Commenced to Practise his Profession in Alexandra, and may be Consulted DAILY at the Alexandra IHotel. Patients visited on the shurtest notice thlroughout any part of the district...

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