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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 October 1868

,stn1 and ( .daeral e aen, Britannia G. ~. C., Spring Oreek.-Prom six tons of stone crushed at the Golconda machine last week 30 oz. 16Odwt. 14 gr. were washed up and placed in the Cow mercial Bank. This claim has given an average yield of 6 oz. to, the ton. At a depth of 130 feiet on the underlay a purpendiculur shaft of 100 feet would strike' the reeft At the present level the reef averages a foot in thickness, and gives heavier- gold than nearer' the surface. The Homeward Boand Piospecting Claim crushed 34 tons, yielding 60 oz 4 dwr,. and 15 tons seconds,. giving 14 oz 6 dwt. A dividend of 1Is per share on 4,800'shu?ies was made payable on the 24th inst.. The Galatea Company washed. up on. Saturday, fand from 4 tons of stone obtained 39 oz. 3. dwt 12 gr-blanketings to- come. The same day a dividend was made of Os per sixteenth share. This ground has been opened six weeks,; and during that time the company have crushed two small lots of four tons each; the first lot giving nine ou...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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(To the Editor of the Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 October 1868

1 (To the Editor of the Alexandra Times.) Sir,-I, and indeed many others, have felt much' surprised at the apparent want of ' business capabilities shown by.the numerous honorary treasurers and tecretaries of our local charities. It is usual, I believe, in most civilised communities, while a, charity, is not sufli ciently affluent to publish its own report and list of subscribers, to acknowledge, by means of the public press, the receipt of done tions,,and to show a monthly or quarterly brlance eheet-of-thle state .ofk the ?-zunds. I This, in the tirst placer is satisfictaory to the donor, and in the second' to the 'general public,'who are'by that means enabled to see how extravagantly or how sparingly the money has been spent. Collectors fur subsciptions to charities in this town are constantly going round soliciting contributions: We have had buzaurs, tea meetings, and concerts, and on Sunday we give our mite to the Church, and yoe we never see or bear. a single re port from one y...

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

. g A CNELAWFODU5 _____ EELSON'S UNcTION )HOTEL, ;J,\LMIIIECON. I IT. KETI.SN. prpri..tor of the above )a owl. I:rUs i ii frm liI. Friends and thel t,, b : tlat h, is pr p.,r(.m t,, ol:-r accomimoludatior inil tony oIloie ill tim ranue s. ,WfIyp 49n Mrtt., of ..Ft Frqq) u.9...Y,: GOOD STABT,INO. .,,-t nided one of Aflnck's best BILLIARID TAlItI.ES-Qule Newr. I PI R IAL II OT 1F., J snieson. I DOBIB, proprl for of thi above IHotel, kera tn pl e inform hiu frienda and tite p'abfle that he is ,r pared to offl r the 3EST ACOJMMIODATION at the LOWEST ?1iAR GE. S WIVES. SPIRITS. ALES. &o., Of ;ho Best Quality. Er IIU RSTON'S BILLIA tD-TABLE Free of Clierge. :OOD irSTAiLINO 1 - ext house to thiJJctLon Inotel. 1 j:f.ooleng O1mce for Ilobertson and Gq.Bs Coaches TUE OLD REEFERS' H OTEL, WOOD'S - PONTl' (JOH?N PELIX, PROPRTEITOR), A IFFOIDS to VISITORS the most confortable a?ccommodatlin atd thebo best table in the ?mauges. EI.XTENSBVE STABLES, Fine Clean Iorso feed, and thorough groo...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 October 1868

'III WEATlIHEt. Low hung the clouds, and rumbling sounds afar Proclainecdlthe elements intended war. The weary traveller dragged his toilsome pace, And doll'd his hat to fan his reeking lace ; T'he panting poultry plumed no drouping wing FThle birds(which cannot) did not try to sing. Expectant maidens viewed with doubt and sorrow Tlheir Sunday trip to Goulburn, on the marrow. But threats are sometimes used but usa wile, To make more glad a maiden's gladdest smile, And so thouse clouds whlch looked so threatening now Were only musks which hid a smiling brow; Aul 'stead ofcomning down to fill our brooks, Rollel slowlyotl,at maid's appealing looks. And when each maiden early wako.l from dream, Slhc sound her Sumday God-Sol-reigued supreme. Then might you see those joyful aery elves, With smiles, and gauze, and ribbuons plume them. selves.. Then might you see the sterner mortal flies Adjust their wings to flutter in their eyes. Then.might you see (that is, it look you must) Feel, which ...

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

MANSFIELD.         The township of Mansfield stands in the centre of one of the finest agricultural belts of land in Victoria. The principal street which runs east and west is about three chains wide. It is kerbed, channelled, and kept in good order. The view to the east is both beautiful and grand. , Mount Battery, close to the township, is suggestive of the name it bears. It looks like an ex tensive military embankment, and no doubt   will be used as such by the Mansfield people should circumstances ever call them to arms.   The district of Merrijig, remarkable for its fine chocolate soil, is distant about eight miles. Most of the land in that quarter is under crop. Further on in the same line Mount Buller raises its majestic form, giving a grand back ground to the scene. Buller is about the highest of the Australian Alps range. The snow on its summit still glitters in the sun not withstanding the contin...

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

GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENTS       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, parish of Benalla, in the township of lenalla, at the west end of Bridge-street. Upset price £8 per acre. Allotment 3, Sectton 4.-2 roods. Mansfield-County unnamed, Parish of Upset price 48 to £16 per acre. Allotments IA, Sec. 3 ; 2 to 6, Sen 32 -2 roods each. Maindample-County unnamed, Parish of Doolam, in the township of Maindample, between the road from Merton to Mansfield and Doolam Creek. Upset price £8 to 20 per acre. Allotments 1, 3 to 8, 10:to 12, Sec. 9; 1 to 4, 6 to 14, Sec. 12; 1 to 3, See 13; Sec, 14 ; 5, 6, Sec. 13.--9p, to Ir. 24p. Valuations from £4, to £400. Seymour-County of Anglesca, Parish of Seymour, in the township of Seymour. Upset price £12 per acre. Allotments 6, 7, Section P ; 6, 7, Section 4.-2r. seoli. Reedy Creek-County of...

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(To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 October 1868

(7b the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) Sxn,-='he strictures contained in "Better Management's" letter in your last issue should scarcely apply I think to church subscriptions, still as he has specially referred "to Sunday collections, perhaps the following statement may be satislilctory, viz., that the Church Assembly Act has fixed the 31st December as the date on which Church of England accounts must be made up and sent in to the registrar of the diocese for publica tion. This is the prevalling custom, and the treasurer's accounts will, therefore, be made up to that date, audited, and submitted to the congregation when the annual election of the committee takes place. This ought to be sufficient for the members of the church, and I. think. i«Betterkilanagement'' would not apply his remarks to advercising the Sunday odllections, or the shilling and half crown monthly subscriptions to-'the clergy man's stipend-receipts being 'given for same. This, besides taking up your valuable spa...

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MAINDAMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 October 1868

SMAIND fAII PLE., -4---- This township, like Jonah's gourd, appears to haveogrown up in a night and withered in a day. The inhabitants are all living on the Mlicawberpiinciple, waiting till something turns up. They have invested con siderablo capital in building, nnd like rooks seem determined to stick to the place so long as there is iii stick of' it standing. Talk to them about howv they are getting on they shake their heads and look at the ground somewhere nbout the tip end of their boots. Still they are not without hope of some brilliant- future to the place. Seventy reefs were- pegged' out almost within as-many hours, two crushing machines erected, several good. orushings obtained, and many others did'not pay expenses. The Empress and Walter Montgomery are now about the only claims that give payable re- sults. The two muchines have an occasional .crushing, but at present there is-not constant employment for a single battery of. stamps. The Miansfield Company's machine, as it- i...

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A LONG TUNNEL. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 October 1868

A. LONG " TUNNEL. The days of full blown companies with little oaal work; to show for their paid up capital, have passed, away in the mountains. Most of the companies now in existence, have had to execute heavy works to open ouc 'thbir mines:; The Prince of Wales, amalgamated, Matlock, can now boast per haps of the longest mining tunnel in Victoria. This company's tunnel has at present reached the great length of sixteen hundred and twenty-six feet in from the entrance, and will not be plumb with the shaft uhtil it reaches the distance of seveateen hundred feet, or thereabouts. When we speak of this tunnel we include the length of the All Nations, for the one starts where the other terminates. The driving of the Prince of Wales portion has us yet taken the contrac tors eighteen months, but they have per sovered against all difhicnllties, having had at one time to contend with heavy water, and at another with hard rock and foul air. The tunnel is six feet high, four and a half wide, ...

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MERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 October 1868

METSION. 'This is another of those roadside town ships which passesses no-peculiar interest, being a station for changing mail horses, with a large extent of thinly occupied coantrv. 'T!L buildings consist of two respectable hotels, which establishments combine all the operations of the fIrm, with the usual com fiortallu ncommnodation for man and beast. The landlords of these hotels are both pecu. liar in their way, the one, in addition to being postumaster, is electoral re.tristrarknows all ,t he district well, and is good-natured and obliging and lately cut: a track to Gorlirev's Creekl for the benefit of the public. We would take the opportunity of stating that said track requires some improvemrnnt over the Dividing Spur, near a creek where the blazed trees are so i?w and far bettreentlhat we got lot and landed at e3on's paddock instead of Godfrey's Creek, about three miles out ol the way. IReturning to the other landlord at Merton, we found in him an old colonist, and talked of ...

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DRY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 October 1868

DRY ORUE K. • The Celestials in this 'neighborhood are getting particularly troublesome just now, not but what they have always been particu larly annoying, but, emboldened by their success in small affairs, by the impunity with which they have hitherto evaded the law, and by the stoic indifference with which the police authorities regard their thieving .propensities, they seem to have commenced business on a higher scale. It appears that last Friday night two of the Mongolians visited Mr Woolfe's stole; one of them managed- to -persuade Mr Woolfe to 'go with him to the room at the back, leaving the other Chinaman alone in the store. After a short time Mr W. became suspicious, and on going into the store saw the Chinaman run ning from behind the counter. Seizing a tomahawk,.he immediately chased and cap tured' the delinquent, and after a short struggle compelled him to give up a con siderable quantity of gold -and . cash taken from behind the counter. On the following night (Saturda...

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Original Poetry. FAREWELL TO GOOLEY'S. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 October 1868

FAREWELL TO GOOLEY'S.. Firewell to Gooloy's-mustI say: . last and lopg rowell ? ; .. SAh I amust I tear nmyselfaway Fiom all I loved so well ? 'Tie hard that fate should be unkind, And force me thus to part ; . To leave sweet Gooley's Creek behind: Will almost break my heart. Farewell, ye happy pigs and goats, Disporting wild and free, Your comely form and thrilling notes,. No more I'll hear or see. Thy crock, meandering along . In many a graceful.sweep I sigh to lose thy murmuring song As o'er thee now I weep. How oft' far up upon the height Of Gooley's lofty "spur," I've felt how properly I might Shout out " Excelsior." Oh I Gooley's Creek-thou favored spot r Among the mountains wild Where many a man a ' pile" has got, And fortune always smil'd. Such fame, and credit, and renown Thou hast, that I repeat, - Dame Fortune no'er could raise a frown 'Mid scenes so pure and sweet. Adieu I adieu I I to thee I cry, I'm journeying on from thee And thinking sadly, as l sigh, . Of many a hap...

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BOAT LAUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 October 1868

BOAT LAUNCIH. An affaiir of rather unsual importance to our, at present, quiet district, took place on Monday at- the Goulburn river, in the shape of a miniature launch. The launch itself (being merely the ceremonious floating of a frail skiff) would perhaps be scarcely worth mentioning were it'not that the ceremony similar to that which attends the baptism of a first- class man of war was observed on the occasion, and was administered by the flair hands and eloquent lips of Miss Cohen, who, with that feelin; tenderness peculiar to her sex, did not even cause a crack on the bottle of champagne which contained, or was sup posed to contain a representation of the waters of Jordon. No doubt some more ruthless, thirsty, and sacrilegious hands cracked and disposed of the bottle in, to them, a more satisfactory manner afterwards. The boat was supposed (for Miss Cohen's gentle voice could not be heard) to be called "The Venus." After the launch a boat race took place, in which Mr Samuel Ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 October 1868

UNION BANK OF AUSTR.ALI A. LIABILITY UNLIMIITED PAID UP CAPIl'AL ... £1,250,00t0 RESERVE FUND ... ... 50,000. ALI:XANDI.I AGENCY. G.LD BOUGHT AT 31EIOUUILNE PRICES Cu rent Rate~ of Ihrf"'t All. wed on Deposit. and ov.ncral Banking Bu.ir..qi tr.ansacted. J. I'. BAINJIRIDGE, Agent. COMMIERCIAL BANK ~ O F A U S T It A L I A OF AUSTIIALIA (Limnited.) ýALEXANDtA IIRANCH. " ,This liranchl i1 now Open OUii T111i TRANSACTION OF GENERAL BAN KING BUSINESS. GOLD PU RCIIASED At Current Rates. 11. NORIMAN BROWN:,. .antbgor. a July 16th,. la8. It. B A I NB R I D G E, I S-URGaEON; "ACCOUCIIEUR, . "&o,. GRANT STREET, ALEXANDRA, PU'BLIC VACCINATOR. GRATUITOUS VACCINATrON every Tuesday, from. 10 to 12 a.nm. Medical Referee ,or the Ai.stralian Alliance A' surance Company. of Mdelbourpe. D R. FERGUSSON b~es to announce to the .9 lpnli!e that he has Commenced to Prnaltio 1ii. I'rofemsiorn in Alexanlra. and mah be Consulted DAI)I.Y at the Alexandra Hoitel. Iatients vi.ited on the shortest notice ...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 October 1868

Cnrrsjpnnilbtre. -4-~- (To th1e Editor of thee Alexandra Times.) Sir,-On my arrival hero to-day my atten tion was directed to an "article in the Age of yesterday, under the- heading of " News of the Day," in which that journal blames you directly, and me indirectly, for the exposure "which took place at Wood's Point, in the hearing of the case, Aladdin'Co., v. Aladdin and Try Again Co. I am not burnrised that the Age should be wrathful on the occasion, although your issue containing a. meagre re port of the above hearing concealed so much of the discreditable exposure which really did take place. I address you now;-.not that I' ,wish to repel any epithet or deny any charge that paper may desire to connect with my name, but simply in justice to my clients, whose case may yet comine before assessors on appeal, anrd also in justice to you, who, I much regret to say, are and have for years been, a stanch supporter of tile party, whose organ the Age is usually assumed to be.. Your offenc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 October 1868

MVyriCrLý..A EOVAt. F EL SO N'S JUNCTION HOTEL, JA iE .rON. O II. KEIT.ON., Pl'roprietnr of the above * oihel, hl'es Ij inrrtn his Friends and tire ]'u.,Lc lihat hle i. yrr prn I to iflbr I Iaccommodation eqoal to any house in the ranges. W?ilns and lpirit of trhe FiPnlet Quasllty. GOOD S'AISLING. ,an-s t!;ied one of Alen-k's best BILLIARD TAIILES-Quite New. T MPE I AL II OT EL, Jamleson. T DOTln , proprietor of thlt above Hotel, begs to e ir:-'.,rm his frieorlnds and the public that he is prepared to offer tile "BEST ACCUOU3IMDATION at the LOWEST CHAIIGE. • WINES, SPIRIT.4. ALE"SS. &o., Of the Best Quality. T rIURSTON'S BILLTARD-TABLE Free of Charge. GOOD s'TABLING - Next house to the Junction Hoter.. :: 3o:oklng (ileo for Robertson and Co.'s Cosaclle T I E O" LD REEFERS' HOTEL, WOODnt PorlIT (JOHN FELIX, PROPRTETOR)) A f'FORIDS to VISITORS the most comfortable accommodation and the best table in the ranges. EXTENSIVE STABLES, Fine Clean Horse feed, and thorough grooming. S...

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ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. Thursday, October 29th, 1868. (Before Gerard Pendlebury, Esq. and J. D. Webster, Esq., J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 October 1868

". ALEXANDR . POfJIOF COURT. Thursday,: October 20th, 1868. (Before Gerard Pendlebury, Esq. and . D;'; Webster, Esq., J.P's.). C6glan v. Watt.-Work and labor: .Order tor amount, LO, with L1: 3s Gd costs. Mr Coster for plaintiff.' Coglan v. Clarko.-Work and-labor;" LI.; Mr'Coster for plaintiff.;. Order for 15s. No costs asked. Cronin v. Glynn.--Settled,' Same v. Cashman.-Settled. Patton v. Manning.-Goods,:Ll ,i 7sd.. No appearance.; Order for. amount, with.' 2s Gd costs. .Patton v. Mlillor.-Goods, settled: Wright v. MI'Nemay.-Work and 'labor, L10 7s Gd. Order for amount, with 12s Od costs. Execution to be stayed for four teen days. MIr Coster for defendant. Cronin v. Clarke.-Goods, L15 15s, Order -by consent, L3; costs; 2 Gd. . Same v. Nolan.-Goods,. L11 17" 6d. -Settled.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 October 1868

ni rscellanvous. IR G. N. OAICLEY, Manager of the Good Ilope, Crooked Iiver, and other Compan les, is prepared to undertake the legal direction of Mining Companies on moderate terms.-Address 68 Temple Court, Melbourne. 440 COLLAR YOUR DOGS, QUICK !! I or the " Bow Wow" man will save you the trouble and expense. A Lairge Variety of every sizoe nd pattern now SON SALE at ItICHEY'SALEXANDRIIAN LIBRAilY. 3I[ hgreby give notice that I am applying to the t . President of the Board of Land and Works, under the 42nd section of theAtneoding Land Act, 1865, for a licence to reside on or cultivate four con tiguous allotments, being part of allotment 46, parish of Acheron. GEORGE 1NVERARITY. GEORGE INVERARITY. t Mr J. Downey, Surveyor. a October 21st, 1868, I the undersigned hereby give notice that I ., have applied to the President of the I?iard of Land and-Works under tlhe 42nd section of t0.6 Amending Land Act, 1865, for a licence to resile on or cultivate 20 acres of land, situated on secti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 October 1868

ltmedleal. FREEMAN'S CHLORODYNE. [EIHE ORIGINAL CHLORODYNE, Invented by .*I. RICHARD 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 lever. soothes the system under cx hausting diseases, and gives sleep without produc ing the distressing symptoms which arise from the use of opiates. Consumption, coughs, cold, influenza, bronchitis, asthma, hooping cough, diarrhsan, dysentery,cholera spasms, cramps, rhlceumntiem, gout, &c., immediately relieved and in most can's cured. :- unt t ouohli o virl: r". °f ,.:.- 1c : of 'i;t% Coletht diarrbcea. and dysentery is afforded by tihe following from the Right Honorable Earl Russell, who graei. ously transmitted it to the inventor of Chlorodyne. aMr R. Freeman, and to the Royal College of Physi cians of ]ondon. Extract of a despa...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1868. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 October 1868

PUBLISII.D EVERY TUESDAY' AND PRIDAY MORNIsNO " Vepritan Vincit Onaatin." -- . . ... . . . . . = . . . FRIDAY, OCTOBERV 30;-1 808. * Tata nmt t eacrai emeit u. Owing to the sale of general goods nt Godfrey's Creek to morrow, the usual weekly sale at Mr Raphnel's auction mart. will not take place on that day. Our attention has been called to, nao. typo graphical error in our last issue : a divid'end of Os per sixteenth share from' the Glhitea Reef should have rend £6; That sad tale of MInrie St. Denis lhns passed through Victoria like a deep-drawn sigh of regret for something done thdat can not be recalled. That a young girl of 20 years of age, who halied during her short career attained the highest pinnacle of glory on that peculiarly mercurial and slippery path of life, the stage, should, in, the" very height and sunshine of success, take away her own life without any apparent reason, and thus cast a slur on her own fame which can never be obliterated, seems. strange and incomprehe...

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