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

NfIUCELLEAWEOUM,. 3MP. FREDFR CW flSTFJ SOLICITOR, AND CONVEYAINCER, ALEXANDIRA. CommuslaMlner for ta&lIng" Anmdavlts ,n lhe, IMpreme Court offrololly of Victorla, MR. CONTEIiR rill attend the Poliee and Warden's Court at Yea serer regular (.ourt daol. Coal mnt,nirationns otta, atltlrexsed to Mfr. IV Oliver, laudidy (.reek Hotel, Yea. t" . AL FRED HI I. EMERSON, (; AN'r.T-STREEI,. ALERAllDIRA. 3MR. S. 3. VICKERY, (i'OI,01 nR Y OP Tile VICTORIAN ItAIIWAY DEPARITMENT _id ge r tising 1ttrpe0ot, AND COINTIlAOT SURVEYOR, BRIAGl exempt from the operation -of the 5th and 6tl claunses (f the Civil Service Reydulations, by permissioa of the Hon the Minister oq Mines.," is at liberty to'devote a portion of has time to PRIVA TE P?11J CTICE. -0 PIlans and, Specifications prepared and Contracts Supervised. Managanb Clerk :-Mr lt. S. W. GREIG, Contract Surveyor. SDOWNEY STREET, Alexandra. TIE! "F`ORTY-SECOND CLAUSE. All persons wishing to obtain land under thea42nd SECTION will please put...

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THE MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 June 1868

THE MINES. -4------ We are informed by 3Mr Lewis that we were in error in stating that one-sixteenth in No 3 and 4, Britannia, was sold lately for £30. £200 was lately offered for one eight, and refused. The Lord Nelson.-This machine has been erected at Aitken's station, Black Range, about ten miles from Alexandra. Sixteen days ago the machine was landed on the ground. and now under the energetic super intendence of MIr Black, engineer, the whole apparatus is completed and in working order. Mr Black has introduced new tables at the Lord Nelson which have been approved of by the directors.-MThese tabl1s presont._-fc. by 5 of loose silver. No Copper plates are used. The motive power is steam, which drives eleven head of stamps. Six are already at work-the remainder will commence in a few days. The Lord Nelson Prospecting.-On 'this claim one shaft has been sunk 07 feet, and another 30 feet, and a third has just been commenced. From No. I shaft 100 tons of stone have been raised. It is ...

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

Y. i t: If Al E R I C 1 N, F i: IMED ItINy ( ? I \f AULT l& C o., r'tn i-t+ t I. I. 11. l'rince Napoleon, I'Al'iS. These drli re.? leliclnes present the most recent n:',,.:,i ic.: .{e:veri?s, (ibncled on the principles of chtrnisitry ,ir l thcra:tcruties. 'hbey mrost not be ,i:inr ,ln ! wl!th ,ic..ret *or qunck medicines, as their ie ,nit- -uf .lcnt!ly indic'ate their composition; a ci rinruIince wh, It ha: canused them tobe ap pient ilte. ;tndl plscrictbd by tihe faculty in the while w-rld. 'Th,y wi.lvy differ from those nu rmnrc it, nit.liiin s advs-rtised in the public papers os ?-.ap-.hlc to cure every possible disease, as they are r.,t.licbtl only in but a very few complaints. The most stringent liws exist in France with re gard to I ., rtle of medical preparations, and only thove whilh, have undergone anh examination by the A carlt my ol Medlicine. and have proved etflca ciota. either in the lIHspitals or in the practiero of the fir.st mi'lical men. are autlhorsed by t...

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

(To the Edi;or of the Times.. )) Ser,-I visited the comparatively new gold-field of Alexandra, a. few weeks ago, andt came to the conclusion that the good old days. of quartz mining had come to an end for ever. Being merely an outsider-ans occasional visitor on the field of mining,. almost a mere spectator (I- did' on. one or:. two occasions dabhle a little in the-apparently limpid waters of mining speculation), I am: " Yobhbly --nioro- readily- improraL .with,.tha. surface peculiarities of the several mining communities through which I pass, and in, my late ramble around the several lines of reefs at Alexandra, Maindnmple, Spring. Creek, and Ghin Ghin, I have been struck with the conviction that either the old system of bounce, bunkum, bombast, and 'bosh has; passed away for ever,' or the denizens of your localities have not yet learned the. alphabet of it. In the olden times, whemr quartz first began to take' a prominent part; in the whirl of mining excitement, I can re- momber th...

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

ing as they drive into the hill. A magisterial inquiry was held before G. Pendlebury, Esq., and J. Peterkin Esq., J.P's, on Sunday last at Thornton station, on the body of the late Mr T0ssol. squatter. Ac cordiug to the evidence it appeared that the deceased, who was 24 year. of age, had been suffering some time past from disease of the heart; that on Saturday morning last he got up in his usual health, and.whilst sitting at the breakfast table with his wife and family, he suddenly expired. The magistrates found that death was the result of natural causes. A meeting of landholders under the 42nd section of the Land Act was held last night at Jones' Welcome Hotel, Thornton, a full report of which will appear in our next issue. The object of the meeting, we understand, was "to urge upon the Government the desirability of allowing the yearly rental to go as payment of the land. This subject has already been pretty freely ventilated in the Assembly, and the country has emphatically decl...

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GHIN GHIN. GHIN GHIN, June 19. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 June 1868

GHIN GHIN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) GHIN GHIN, June 19. Probably there is no gold-field in the colony of Victoria that has been more grossly misrepresented or foully maligned than the Ghin Ghin diggings; for considering that we have neither parson, policeman, nor official of any kind (with the exception of our " worthy postmaster"), the miners "generally" may be regarded as models of propriety and decorum. Such being the case the place has been very appropriately termed the Palestine or the Holy Land Diggings. Some idea may be formed of the horror and indignation of our quiet orderly population on reading a few weeks back in the columns of a Mel bourne journal, not over nice on the score of veracity, that we individually and   collectively, were a pack of thieves, vaga bonds, brothel-housekeepers, and prostitutes. As regards the latter vice, the social evil, thank Providence, is totally unknown here;   and last night proved that the people of Ghin Ghin...

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WARDEN'S COURT ALEXANDRA. (Before Warden Akehurst.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 June 1868

WARDEN'S COURT ALEXANDRA. (Before Warden Akehurst.) Walsh v. Davis, Perkins, McDonald, and others. This case, for £9 work and labor in the A 1 mine, was adjourned from the pre- vious day to allow complainant to amend his summons by suing as a partner for contribu- tion, it having appeared in the course of the hearing that complainant was a partner when the cause of action arose, and that he could only obtain relief in the form of contribution. Mr Coster for complainant; Mr Emerson for defendant, Morris Davis ; and Mr McFarland for defendants, McDonald and Perkins. The other defendants did not appear. It was proved that Morris Davis held three sixteenths in the A 1 claim; McDonald one eighth, and Perkins one eighth. The amount of work sued for was proved, and the rate of wages, when an order was made for the amount sued for, with £4 3s Gd costs; each partner to contribute his proper share of the verdict and costs, pro rata according to his share. Samuel Thompson and Sydney Davis v. J...

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

*I -- - '. - ** . * (To the Editor of The Alexandra TimeI.) DuEA SIR,-You appear to be ill at ease about the origin of the name of our little township. For the sake of fiituri anti quarians, you may make it known in your next issue that Captain Clarke, our former Surneyor-General, named the township after hifsriend Colonel Yea, who fell at Sebasto pol, I think at the storming of the celebrated Redan, in England. The name is pronounced Yaw. -The origin of the U T Creek, I may also mention is from " Ultima Thule," gicen to it years ago by Mr Ker of Killingworth, who then could not have dreamt ot a Wood's Point beyond it, or anticipated seeing such a respectable paper as the Alexandra Times sending forth its broad sheets from the banks of the U T. Yours, &c., ANTIQUARIAN. Yea, June 19,1808. T HE Treasurer of the Kilmore Hospital begs to acknowledge receipt of the following subsorip. '?s, collected by John Fynn, Esq,: Mr T. Sabelherg 5 0 0 Mr J. P. Bainbridge ... ... .....8 3 0 ...

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POLICE COURT, YEA. Tuesday, June 16th, 1868. (Befor W. L. Ker, J. D. Webster and G. Pendlebury, Esq's J. P's.) M'DONALD V. TURNER. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 23 June 1868

POLICE COURT, YEA. Tesuaday, June 16th, 1868. (Be for W. L. Ker, J. D. Webster and G. Pendlebury, Esq's. J.P's.) M'DONALD v. TURNER. Case of illegal detention of a dray, value £16. Mr Emerson for complainant. It was proved for complainant that defen- dant, having bespoke a dray from one Shorten, a wheelwright at Ghin Ghin, complainant had done the necessary iron work on dray at Shorten's order; that the dray was in his possesion at his forge; that he had a lien of £10 2s. for his work on it, and would not give it up until paid; that at ten at night on the 12th inst., defendant had taken the dray away without his knowledge, and had since refused to return it. It was sought to be set up for the defence that the dray had never been in M'Donald's possession, nor out of Shorten's; that Shorten's workshop was next door to M'Donald's forge; and that M'Donald had merely made the iron work and delivered it to Shorten, who put it on himself. Shorten was called, who swore positively to the abo...

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

(To the Editor of the Times. ) DBAn SIR,--This place at all times dull, Ihas become duller since you left. The dear old limes and Mountaineer and your own jolly face had always some happy expression to wile away a little time, and although they are both gone they are far from being forgot- T ten in Wood's Point. So far for an intro duction, now lot me come to business. We are going to have two grand entertain ments in aid of the Church of England on the "ltt-"%rmi 6th of. uly. Can't you transfer your editorial pen for one issue, and come up to give us a help on the occasion, you are pretty much at home in that business. The ladies of the congregation are making great prepara tions to make the affair a success. In addi tion to the usual delicate refreshments, " the feast of reason and the flow of soul," we are to have songs, duets, and music in great variety. Since the arrival of the Rev. Mr Sabine church matters have taken quite a prosperous turn here ; the collections every Sunday ...

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To the Editor of The Alexandra Times. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 June 1868

o t ihe Editow of The Alexandra inmes. Sir,-In part, I perceive, you, have re deemed your promise to the people of Alex andrib which you, might remember to, have made atc he meeting lield at the Ehlorado Hotel about inviting you here. You gave u4 a promise then. that, if you removed bither, you would. use your abilities to advance our interests in overy way needful,. and that prominse, I am g!a.l to se,. you are carrying out. To report faithfully of the. general affi?rs of the district is certainly laudable, but to lead in matters of moment as you. have done entitles you to our warmest thanks. We owe you a debt of gratitude for your able and first movement for an hospital here, and, for my own part. I am glad that so benevolent an. idea was initiated at your instance. That there is need for an hlospital there can be no doubt, andr al though very few m;ning accidents have hitherto occurred, it may be safely inferred, that as our nines progress and underground wurki.gse. extend, these...

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

JIE G1 Ii'xT1 A. l.; UI . ,,E I S -- : - - - - - - - RlIEU.t F , (;A, G(;LUT, S A , . I!,& MUUSTA 1- T INIMENT, M xcal * ,'.II'c' ". t' li t(t.\" I'eiW l)[,Elt,4, u A. U I C3 I' 1 L 1 S 70 Little C,:i,?, tri tt Ia : ,st, lillournlle. J. PETEPKIN, (A(;.N'I ) 11 Z. E .S. j N D R BDA. A-~~~ ~ ~ I-~~A rlI Little Wonder Sto: e. GRfANT.STREET, A L X, A N D1 l A. -o - GENI.UAL NEWS AGENT,. DIAPER, 'I 1 ellCONIe'T, '"rTATrION?Ilt, tltinl (l'noertll i . lC1iII A NT. H it 1 NN'-. in llrrningrl thanks to his 0 frimnt- and tir lpublic for the liberal enPl.,rt Vi Ii: had sie. .' n ini ug his businllue in this tllll , bIIe, to cal t -' s tili tite tio liis Fir-.-I 'luau '1 olablcco. ('i? r, I' yane Goods, ltl 111is Lirgi t A.\sorment oft D.AAPERY AND CLOTHING Havinx i ,i i ,itu lit tfr CAStl, hie la aible to c'ompelte with thle hirgest stores in tile district. S 0I, Li; A G(; I NJf F OJlt T I1,4 1" A GI." Liceneitot to Sell 'ostage Stamps. J. H. 1M 'M A H 0 N, " VUWOLtsALs & ? RTA...

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Correspondence. TO THE ELECTORS OF ALEXANDRA (Per favor of the Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 June 1868

Snrrrp1lrbrre. -. TO THE ELECTORS OF ALEXANDRA (Per fiavor of the Alexandra Tinies.) FELLOW ELEOTOns,-There are occasi°.ns in the history of all communities when it be comes the duty of every hon'ea nirm'im', thereof to devote his energies, linite eirhoti-. tlthey may be, to the attempt.to ariest the evils of misgovernment, the more so when such misgovernment arises from the mistaken impulse of a misguided majority. Without as=uming any superiority of intellect, or social, or political position which can warrant the remotest attempt at dictation, there may be, and are individuals in every community, .who, from fortuitous circumstances, arising from greater leisure, more careful education, or more thoughtful disposition, have the ability to point out to the masses grave political errors or advantages which those masses, without any discredit to their in telhlgence, may, and in all probability in tile hurry and. tus mail of business, will foil. to detect or appreciate. That such an ep...

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

7f iC E LNA I LZOUM. TAT. FR,'P D ,IR CK " STEB SULlCITo H, AN I) C:ONYEYANCFIt , A ICXANDICA. ConsnIE.irltr for takingi Adfltlelv in tlhe tluaawemv Couarlt . olaonly 4f' ictoria. DIR. CON TElR viii otte'od tIh Police iunrl ldarken'n Court at Yea e'r'rtj .agulnr (.oon day Covanaunicutnic nay~ ,adilt reved to Dir. 11` Ol er, Mluddy reek Hotel, Yea Ei t SON, (Fonzaaeea.Y o rYHE \sIciexca IA?. IiA).aSAt 1)v1'vj(Tv:EN'r ihteirt " iiln ~ vqv cy og AND) CI)NTIHACTI' F U(VNYiilt, BEAlG exempt ,frem the osperatio n' Ite 5th and 6ha clurr.uc olf tie Civil Service IlJleyguaivis, bi ;serriouioo of ti/e llo,, the Aliniuter of Mfines, is at li/erlia iv tlaole a portion of hat lirie to 'IPIVi TA. Pl~t CTICE.. -o Plans and Spec /icatinn parepeared aaad Conlreact Suaperuised. Mfanayaanq Cletlr ,-Air It. X. T. G1EIG, (:Coanract Surveyor Odtcc Do WINEY slII7'E, Alexandra. THE"s , O'OY-SEOOND 0L"AUsE. Au pern mihinfif `to obtain ladil under then 42nd SECTION will -please put thonrg edtlUc ien camnnini...

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

LAW NO''ICES. COUITB or PITTY 1S8IONSB. Places tloldln, Courts. Days. Where Ield. SA'exadra-A ctlin Clerk Ivery alternate Eldorndo of 'ourts, II. M. Taylor. Tuesday. Hotel Gmly's Creesk-Actrng Evcry alternate Police Sta' Clerk of I'ety ersutolis, Th.ursd,. pio. J. It''ormock. Tusd. t Jamne so--Clerk of Courts Every Tuiaslay Court Iours lr Thomu m a llmalm. and Friday. A.LEXANDI?A Warden and I'olce Magistrate-A. P. Akelhurst, Esq, (tctlitz). Justices of tle t'eate--G. l'cndlchry, Esq., ,John VIWhIte law, Esq., .T. P'cterkin, Esq., J. 1'. Iltalnbrildge, Esq. Hllong R ,g?sircr anmd Surveyor--S. IC. Vickery. Esq. Potmnastelr mid Collector of timpostT-J. Pehtrkln, Esq. Denuly-ltegistrr of iirti a ntld Dentllhs- Mr John Smith. Pollcc CtIoI'-S'rge't' lEv'.anas in (harg.. Inspector of hSlllhte'r Yard-Imolented Constable Costello. (iovcrnllllent Valeinltor-l)r. O'Connor. D . TLA\V heNIs to inform thle inlhatitaintS of Alexanlra awil isrrounding districts that lie mny he Co su,?ld 1) \ILY at ...

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ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 June 1868

ALEXANDHA POST' OFFIOB. A.R.. IAL AND DESPATCH OFMAILS. Town. Malls Arrive. Ma' tl Close, Yea sda. fhuolrsrdy Md o Mondayl ierdn Kitmore ?. ad Baturday, at ] day, and Friday Melbourne ) 11 amn. a t i.30 p.m. Via l oon, to tausfleld Jamieson t Monday, Wednes- Monday, W'ednes N'ood's Point day, and. Friaay, day, and Friday,. Morton at2.0 pm. att p.m. LIong wood 2 . Melbourne Darlingford ... Sunday, noon. Sunday, p.m.' ltowspnpers no d reisltered letter are required to be posted one hour Iprior to tie time appointed for cleing malls. Money Orders can pow be obtained at this Otlice Irom 10 a.m., to 3 p.e. ( 'bargc pyable in Victoria -Le and under, id ; LID and under, t1. i Col:tl es.-TL and under is; Lio and under, 2s. Greit ltritanal nir rlel'llid.-T.2 and undo,, Ies Li and under, 25 ld; .I anmd under, 3s Id LI0 and undar, is, J. pITItI KIN. Postmaster.

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS "Veritas Vincit Omnia." TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 June 1868

PUBLISIIED EVERY TUESDAY AND PRaIIDY fOII'RIOB1 " Verltas Vincit Omrlua." , TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 18(18, .. -- - - - Local and' other .matter necessitates our - holding over our leading article and several letters from correspondents. No. 2 N. Luckie commenced crushing yesterday morning 20. tons of mullock and about 100 tons of stone. The mininm . ana ger, Mr S. IRnllett, expects that the maillok will go loz. to the ton, and the qnartz from 6 to 8 ounces. The washing up will take place on Friday or Saturday, Ihe mine looks.well. The stone has.been. taken out a depth of 100 feet. Exchequer, Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4, Eldorado. -An excellent sample of stone from this claim was exhibited in thel township yesterday. The prospecting claim shows some fine gold. No. 10, North.-A.bout 10 ton; -of stone are being now carted to the mill,. which is expecated to yield about 7 os. In selecting a nice piece of ground in Alexandra on which to erect a coteage, one feels like a cat in a tripe shop, there are ...

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BIG RIVER. June, 24th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 June 1868

RIG RIVf'.R. (FROMI OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) June, 24tli, 1808. Mining operations have been for a con siderable period rather slack in the district of the Big River, both in reefing and in alluvial workings, but of late they have assumed a much more promising and healthy appearance, particularly in the neighborhood of Enoch's Point. 'I'The ''rue Blue, which was at one time fondly regarded by the hapless shareholders as an indisputable mine of wealth, but which, after many fruitless efforts to unearth the treasure, was abandoned, has been re-opened by a speculative party who have purchased the small water-mill formerly belonging to the Stud Company, and some good stone has been put through, but in consequence of the smallness and in capability of the machine, no remunerative results have been obtained which are worth noticing, but it is the intention of the party to prosecute their prospects-which promise success-to some definite result. Another portion of ground situated within half ...

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

V. 13. Applications for Water Right Licences. IN pursuance Of the Act of P'arliament 29 Vica toria No. 291, section 41, it is hereby notified that after the expiration of one month from the date, hereof it is intended to grant the Water Right Licences undermentioncd, subject to such special conditions as in each case may he necessary : B]acnWOnTII ?haTuICTr-GouLnuoN DIvISION. Water Right Licence No. 251.-11. Schlesinger 15 years, la Ir 27p, water race, Raspberry Creek. 1,000o000 pallonsof water is the maxi mum quantity to be diverted per diem. Water Right Licence No. 253.-1). F. Ml'l)ougall, 15 years, 2r 22p, water race, Raspberry Creek. 4,000,000 gallons of water is the maximum quan tity to be diverted per diem. GE). B. KERFERD, Minister of Mints. Ofree of Mines, Melbourne, June 23, 1868. L ? napbasel's Sales. In the Matter of the Will of 1 HENRY 3 ENT.IEN Late of Alexandra, miner (deceased). MR. M. RAPHAEL a IIH AS received Instructions from Mesars GREEN and IIARTNEY, executors of...

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ALEXANDRA QUARTZ MINES PERMANENT REGISTER OF CRUSHINGS AND YIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 30 June 1868

ALEX ANDR A Q UARTZ MINES ITIIf ,AN'NT l-.TEl ?!" CRIU.1IIs:IS AND YILETDR. Th: R.,i-.r will lI. e nti -,l timI time o lin .. Th quantities of quartzcrushed, and yield- of . Ii I ill i..11 rl., mii in tl. t-:rict w";l Ili. [iil every week, also the ruling r;.cr o' -ua. s. 'Tie ir.ttuirt rl ii'i,orii..tini will he oluinei tromrn the bast snourccs, and ev-.ry cmt.i-nd :,,rn ti ill Ih c, vrn to il-, . t. is leogi.-ter i thotoughly rehlble record ut Ihe pruogive . ul i, ,iiI.-I olle*atlln..S on this . ld fielhi. Frim tihe tIab.le. .lw uniy ie eeii (tly thl i-lter It) wherliracH ommpnysie registered; the tiie It I nnii,.tt c!,i g cruiliing Oll'ratioinls; the dit, ; q(uaitities crushed, and yields l lihhit crui-ing; ih. totial iiquantities treati'l firm . each clirm. and yield of gold therelroim. ; tl.. v.r agei yielils.,ndi prices at' sl.r.e-, rand nurmler of shares in each company. i\. :l-.\i. r..ieoth ot crushiu;s or yields will be receivid or inserted in this Iegister Util-es Is t'y c...

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