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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1868. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 20 November 1868

eUDeLIrSIED EVIRY TUCSD\Y AND rIttIDAY MILRNINO *" Ye.rltty Y·,Incit O ,I4anlti..' FRIDAY, NOVh:II i"lt 20, 18(103, -4-- The committee plpiointe?l at a public meet ing, held on the pIreviius eveniing at the Corner Hiotel, for the Iuirlpo of tl'o-p)tecting the U. T. flat, met on \VWednIEt1: y ve?tnitIg. Mlr Peterkin in tlr le clhitr. I'l podil by NIr Wetbster, and eCi.dl by 1ir Co-?tr: "' That the capiild of the comillz:ty be £1000, in 500 sh I's of £i: each, 10). to be l:rid on upplication."--Cut ried. Prolied by Mr Blain, and secotndd by M31r .Dwning, '" Thua the Provisional Directory co.,sist of nine members, five to form it qulorltn.' -Curri.td. proposed by Mr Fle'tcher, :u1 1sc,)ltteil by Mr Whitela.w, " Thar the l'tovisionn: Ii l)ne tory consist of the lillwitig gicnlhtiun : James Blain, A. F. Fhlet;her, G \Vaiting, J. Corcoran, J. Peterkit. ..lhn Crotin, Johl Levy, F. Coster, John l e Ittti."-C- trit'li Proposed by Mr WVhitel.tw, 1m.dt Secontled I)) Mr Cronin, " T'hat the tate...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 November 1868

UNUION- BANK OF AUSTEALIA. LIi AhlLITY 1 r UN LDITEI). PAID UP CAPI'I'AL ... £'1,"0, RESEIRVE FUND . ....c £x50,000. ALEXANDRA AGENCY. GOLD 1,UUGIIr ArT MELLOUItNE PIRICIES Cu:runt Ratcs of Intarcst Allowed on Deporits. ault qdencral Janking La'lsincJs tranls:ctcd. J. P1'. iAINBRII)DG E, A gca t. COmIE1ICIAL lIANK OF AUSTtIIA IA (Liittcdt.) ALEXANDILA BIIANCII. This Blranch is now Olpeac FO't TSIl It ANS LACT I N OF GENERAL I'ANKING BUSINESS. GOLD PURICIIASEID At Current Rates. If. NOIIIMAN IiROWNE, July 16th. 1869. D BI. B A I Nt It I) 0 D :, SURGEON. A CCOUCIIEUl. &c.. GRANT STIRET, A ,EXANDRA, PUBIL.J VACC(INATO)tR. GRATUITOUS VACC:INATION every Tueoday, froin t1 to 12 a.m. Medical IReferrer lr tfe Australian Alliance As atrance L'Uolrrmany, of"e l,?uarner. DT. FETI:GIUSSr, I,)t', to annonneo to the public that hi h.ia I 'ornm~ n,.cedl to Practiso his Prof.saion In Ahlxait Ira, :ml may bu Consulted DAILY at tht Alexaandra IHtatl. Patints viritvcl ln tte alowrtest noticeo ...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Alexandra Times) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 November 1868

( o tie; Editor of dro Alexaandra Times) ~ru,--I do not complain of the Billings. gate vituperation which emanated from "Niew Chum?' "in your last issue, nor do I notice the illogical emanations of his ad died brain. iI must. shy to the tpublic, how, ever, that I do not look upon injunctions as a sore, nor those 'who obtuin themr as a festering sore to the community. Let men only content themselves with the quantity of ground prescribed to them by law, and possess such as the law requires tlaem, then t ? ir I g rl.saul sI undisril, . 'Ih bye-?iws are firamed by our rdpur sentatives, and we are inviterd to alter any of tlrn that may not suit; but such as are passed and universally sabscribed to mrust orrmrarnd our esteem. It is conmpliance with the hye-laws which, with a miner's right, gives one irmn a better title than another to take up and occupy HIer Majesty's land. Unless a man respects the law how can tihe lw he supposed to protect him ? Such compliance is a sort of rent to be ...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING "Veritas Vincit Omnia." TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1868. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 November 1868

PUBLISIIHED) EVEA TIr:JIA.Y Anii) FRIIDAtY rouIGo 4" Verit;u V'incit Omnlia. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1868. Soctat autd 5cuacrat 'Jewu. -----4- Mr John Bowen was cl, eted mayor of Wood's Point. at the annual ,.rr.trint ,r .tu *, -... oun blveanes'd:'y last. Mr h),3 ,,i was'?tlongst tPfirst residents in the Point, and has always ,mainti.ined an Iupriig't Ind honorable character as a Int mlo of busiress. IIo was twice elected as ia roun1cillor, and always gave an uncol mpromisiing opposition to that clique in the Council who seemed to think alnd not as if W\Vood's Poit hai bc!n created for their special benefit, but which has now fortunately ceased to exerc:Fo any social or political influence. The electon iof Mr Dowen to the office of mayor Ia?s gicven much satisfaction, not only to his friends lbut. to the inhabitants of the district gene:rally. The works on the Providence reef? Y'a, which were lately rotarlided by the fallingl in of the pumps, have been put right again, and a small pa...

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(To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 November 1868

(To the LElitr, of The Alxandra Tim,,es.) deer surn,--.ii litt'l finger dun it. i own too nli litt1l litte l fi ' lr lhkaws its onlertlnatly a part ov wiself. i am 1'oraly akowntabel for wihat mIi litt"I finger iinz. i lhonf;s> with grat:le 0rl1o it has l?i!e le ?cin m:co into a Inne ov trubbei, tin hole Point no10 that i :till a oavst. wan, and as Ioo t'or'i:ng and steel.. iaRg that ther uic ant b1iromi, i wood skorn thel 1 ack hon, an l b?eidli the vabl0 ov the hole oItiL is o.ny are hob). that brinrIIs me? too Orui littel finger ?gln, thats (tawhat d(t1 n. it 10ai.S blt,(le m11,, and wh:at is klrr,.'t Sll proppei'r ad then mii mind gres bwihlerd :Il inI g mllelnllctl g'ets into awl sort. ov cr1os il" I'1L,9es. i i(V S1illu ? Can1(10 FtieC( i 'i:tint deni it, butt whini that littel finger 10?.l.s ii Llluir l'tl , Illi S0Z210L g t('L ql )il(' onconlOlI, that'is what's the Iiater, butt Ill tak: midi liavy, i uidlt steel C r1, and sov help nnee Jeral Jolhusonci i.1 poet down that ...

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BIG RIVER. November 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 November 1868

BI[G l RI VEItR. (enoi Ova OwtN ConnUIIsPoND1r. ) November 22nd. A present depression in minilg mutters ihs ncst a temporary shadow o ."r the Big Itiver; but as it is only a sonasnable epi demic, coming as the London Novembler fobs cone, with November, and passing twany us sorely as the fogs do, we look fovrardl with a well grounded hope that the il11 of prjsperity lviii seoos hina on us ngoin. \Vs have, however, in our darkness a star or two yet to give us light in our gloom. 'Ihe Lucks All, at Warner's Creekl, Lhas mainained its prestige, In may be seen by the report of its last crut- hing; anid tlli S(leek ioid Fi.iid, Shblich has never yet hl;rd i unnptayble crush iLI is now supplied with mIachin ery, which by dr"aining thl, mine; will enable the present propr'ietor (211r IKnuwvls) to reach sone k1 noVwn to be payable, and we uLay shortly expect a reu"ra from this claim. Tiho want of rain aus deprived tihe creek claims of the necessary element, but the s:1mi, wahnt which stops c...

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HIGIN BOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 November 1868

(Fnont Oua Own COLRtESPONDLNT.) Since my last letter, a considerable por tion of our population has started off for Spring Creek (the new rush), still matters are assuming a permanent and settled state The first crushing from the Higinbotham reef gave 4 oz to the ton. There is a large body of stone and every prospect of this reef turning out one of the best in the district. 'he:13uluolava prospecting claim is just about to commeuce crushing. It is expected to yield (I oz per ton, as No. 1 of s?ine reef gave 6 oz, and the prospecting claim looks even better. The tGahitea continues to get out good payable, stone. There is much dissatisfaction existing about the crushing machine here. The machine consists of a portable engine with a battery of six stampers, and very. much out of repair. Repeated complaints have been made to Mr Munro, the proprietor, but his only reply is that he has not yet realised his own money, and refuses to spend more. This mtiy be a proper course for Mr Munro, -t...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 November 1868

NEW ZEALAND. --4--- The New Zealand papers convey sad intelli gence from both sides of the island-from Poverty Bay on the east, a massacre of settlers by Maorios, and at Wanganui on the west, a defeat of the colonial forces by the natives. [From the Otago Daily 7imncs Nov. 13th.] WItLLr.NTON, 12.th November. The followngu news reiachedl here last night, telegraphed from Napier to the In depe ndent : At three o'clock on Maonday morning the ex-prisoiners eiitrefl Poverty 1Jay, burnt the hhoimesteads, and mulrdered in culd blood :28 ?'e'sonlS. Marny others are mnissil?. 'l'houe who survived the Iliuessacro took refuge at Turaln gs?onr . Another attack i: hourly expected. ''he wholl couIntriy is in a blinzt, Amongst the ltedtl were M31ajr Bigga, wil', child, iand servant; Captain VWilson, will, children, and servant; Dlodd tnd Peppard Iirnd servant ; Nairn, wile nitd child; M'rs '1'Cillocl and child ; r Caddlle, Mr Pedbury, L,ieut. Wilsh, wife and child. The corpses were imutiated. Mrs ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 November 1868

-__ . :Tleslcal. SFREEMAN'S CHILOIUODYNE. T iE ORGiNATL CtILORlODYNE. invented by .l{Illl ARD FIREEMAN, ihilrmaceutist, is one of tho'greatest discoverles of tile present age, and is laigely used by tihe .nlmot eminent medical men in lhospital and private practle, in all parts ot tile glove. It rapidly relieves pain from whatever caune, allays thle irritation of liver, soothes thle system under ex hausting diseases, and gives sleep without produe ing thle listressing symptomls whLich ariose from the use of opi ites. Coueumption, counlhs, cold, influenza, bronchitis, astlhma. Iccping cough, dliarrhla'. dysectery, cholern~ 1saPnm., crIB?,ic t, rhcunitiEc, giltilt, &C., inlnCtdi ntely relieved nld i tnoit Rases coreId. (ConcC!ucive evideCce of ithe vaIlloe of it in cholera, dinrrlbm', rcll dyv'ntery is allrdod by ite following troum tice tclclth ticiiitc.,clin i:..rl icuns.' , whs ,.ratil oucly transmlittcd it to the i 'rencr iof Cllcorodynce, Mlr It. Freemacn, and to tile Roya...

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PROSPECTUS Of the ALEXANDRA ALLUVIAL GOLD MINING COMPANY, U. T. CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 November 1868

'PRiUSPECTUS Of the ALEXANDRA ALLUVIAL GOLD MININING CUMOI'ANY, U. T. CREEK. In 500 shares of £2 each ; 10s to be paid on appli cation, and the balance of 30s to be called up. as required by the directory, No call to, exceed 5s. Provisional Directory t James Blain a. F. Fletcher Georgo Whiting John Coreoran. F1. Coster John Beattie Jolhn Levy John Yeterkin. John Cronin Chairman of Provisional Directory, JOHN PI'TERKIIN, Esq., J.P.. John Branch, Secretary. The object of this company is the prospecting. of the U. T. flat, where, according to the-opinion of all practical miners who have visited the place,. a rich lead of gold exists. The rich deposits of gold at the head of the creek have been traced into tile flat, where excess of water. has hitherto defied the efforts of individual miners. It need only be mentioned that the Luckle, Home-. ward Bound, Mysterious, Galatea. and various other rich reefs cross the flat about to be prospected, to. convince the most sceptic that a rich lead...

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ALEXANDRA ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 November 1868

1LLl1 M)1t:. ItU&D DUAI{D. (Pros,,t : Ir Peter]in (Chairmal), and 3Its ,r Cotcr, Pzl,i.s, W\ebster, and Pendle bury. The minutes cf Ipreviuus mueting werer read. Mr Web.}ter did not think that they were legally ment, as a resolution h:(d bleen passed that all nleeting? shoul l be held at the Cuorer Hotel. 'Ihat resol:ttuou must be rescinded before they could meet in any other place. 5Ir Perkins did not consider that that had anything to do with the correctness of the minurtes, and that was the only mastor now to be considered. lie would move" That tho minutes be confirmed." M1r Coster seconded the resolution. Alr Webster would object to Mr Perkins taking any part il the proceedings us s he was interested. The premises they were now in lied been rented from him, and he was liable to a penalty of j650 for voting when Ibe as interested. lheo room they had left vns a better one than the one that they were now met in. Hu felt s if lie were cow in the enemy's camp. MIr Perkins sta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 November 1868

BIICELAZ t EOEU . KBLSOT' JUNCTION HO QTEL, JA, ilLSO:r. IO I KIETSON. Proprietor of t :' above hotel, be;s to itfurmn his Fri, 1,.'. ,,l the Publie that lhe is prnared to ut._r lLut.odatio equal to any house in the range ?. Wines andl Spirits of the .:?est (ualltty. GOOD S7 A LIN(t. us3t added one .f A!,," 's best Ullll.Al.I) TALI_.; :-- Quite New. II P EI IA1L iOt EL, Ji DOTIB, propritor of t!" .iablve Hote-l, tibgs to !l Inform his frtends awnl the pi blhe that ho is r.pared to uiter the Eb ACCOMu MODAT'lI' N i? the LOWEST WINES, RPI11'llTs ALES. &c., Of the Ckt Q'uality. T IIUISTON't I LI r. IAt-'r.TA L EI Free of Charge. GOOD STABLING ; Next house to the Junctioun lotel. Booking Office for Itolurtuo, and (Co.'s Coaches TIHE OLD REEF R.s' HOTEL , WOD'S POt ? T (JOHIN FI'ILIX, I'IO0PRIET'OR), A 1FFORDI)S to VIaITtIIlS the most comfortable accommodatiuon and the btst table in the ranges. EXTENSiIVE STABLES, Fine Clean Ilorse fi i, andt thorough grooming. Splendid Billiard-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 24 November 1868

GRAND ENTERTAINMENT. AN ENTERTALINMdENT will be given at the Eldorado IIotel, on TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 1, The proceeds to be handed over to Mr J. Selby, (member of Radford's Band). 'The programme will comprise vocal and instrumental music, consisting of ongs, Duets, Trios,. Glees, Instrumental Solos, &e., &c., and a sparkliig burletta, entitled THE BLACK PRINCE Or A LOVER IN DIFFICULT;IEb. iMr T. Wickins ... Mr'J. P. M'Ewen. Prince Burro-goh.gola Mr R. Thornton. Mr. Sambo Bones - .. Mr I.'?Booth; MIr Orlando Smith .. Mr L. Kay. Mrs Wickins MISS BI±SSIE COHEN. Miss Wickins MISS KATE KEELEY. The performance will commence at Eight o'clock precisely. For full particulars see p,rogrammue. Admission: Front Seats, 2s;-Back do., is. IMPORTANT NOTICE!! EGS to Inform the inhabitants of Alexandra, j that he intends giving a GRAND ENTERTAINMENT ! At his BELLE |VIEU GARDENS, On CHRISTMAS EVE, 24rT DECEMBER. To consist of a splendid display of FIREWORKS, IMMENSE BALLOONS, A RE...

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

SUnI IIsIr) 0TII .rI:Icy oi: x .Y : I) rP.IDr.\Y" al .' i n :o 1 'riltal V 'ncit On,?1rluI2. FRIDAY, NOVETIBEILR 27, 1808. TIIE importanc of educating the youth of the colony will, we have no' dboubt, be admitted on every side. If there be one thing more than another which tends to raise the general tone of society, it is the receiving of a good sound education. In yonth this is more especi;lly reqri.ito as a safiegunrd against m:any of the vices with which, un happily, colonial as well rns En]glish society, is only too otern surrounded, ail in Imuny cases the acquisition of usefll knowledge in our younger days has mounled theo clracter of the man, and enabled himn to rise supelrior to all the faults and foibles of those wriho, through nrcglct, have grown into man's estate, ignorant alike of the first rudimnents of their native tongue or any of those finer arts and sciences whlich shourl form a portion of the education of overy one who has to fight the battle of life. The seriousnes...

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PROSPECTUS Of the ALEXANDRA ALLUVIAL GOLD MINING COMPANY. U. T. GREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 November 1868

1'rUSPECT'US ,1 the t1 ALEXANDRA ALLUVIAL GnT IC MINING COMPANY. U. T. CRITIEK. In 500 shares of £2 each ; los to be paid on appli- a cation, and the balance "of )os to be called up a as required by the directory. No call to it exceed 5s. ti Provisional Directory : James Blain . A. F. Fletcher ii George Whiting John Corcoran p F. Custer Joihnt Ileatti tl John Levy John P terkin John Cronin Chairman of Provisional Directory, JOHN PI'TERIKIN, I'sq., J,P b John Branch, Secretary. h 'The object of this company Is the prospecting tl of the U. T. flat, where, according to the opinion of all practical miners who lhave visited the place, a rich lead of gold exists. The rich deposits ot gold at the head of the ocreek ave l esn traco.l into the flat, where excess of water has hitherto deflo-l the efforts of individual miners. - It need only Le mentioned that the Luckle, Home ward Bounds Mysterious,Galatea. and various other rich reefs cross the flit about to be prospected, to convince the mos...

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ALEXANDRA WARDEN'S COURT. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M.) 26th November, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 November 1868

ALEXAINDR \WAItD1N'S COUsIU. (3efolre A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M.) 26th November, 1863. Stewart v. Plaherty.-Struck out. Long v. \Yelih.-Postponed till st December. Jones v. Ifinton--Struck out. Erskine v. Hall and Alloway.-Struck out. The applications of Zochio, Iodier, John ston and Rantklin for miningt leases' were recommnendted that of \Vhitfield postponed till December 1st, anod that of Alloway till Friday (this day).

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MAINDAMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 27 November 1868

lAi A 1) DAM1' L . (Fao~r Oun Ow.N CounslrPONDENT.) Thie following orushings have taken' place within the past few weeks, at Rousell's ma chine:-Empress Eugene, 5 tons, 5 oz 18 dwt 12 gr; Bon's claim, lately taken up by Smith and party, 10 tons quartz, yielding 9 oz 2 dwt 6 gr: Boeautiful Star, 6 tons yielded 13 oz 2 dwt; Lone Star. 4 tons, 1 oz 12 dwt; Emrpress, 8, tons, 5 oz 3 dwt 6 gr; Bon's claim, 21 tons, 15 oz 18 dwt. Pride of the Paps has raised about 40 tons which will shortly be sent to Roussell's machine, and is expected to go about 1 oz to the ton. Armstrong Reef.-About to crush 30 tons. A meeting to test the district with boring rods has been held, and a considerable amount of money subscribed. Business continues very dull, but the mines are somewhat improved in general prospects.

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

-IS.ftOS' E.'.'iEO TN. JUNCTION HOTEL, J.1 11i ON. S IT. I L iu't.S' tN. Plropritt' of the nhort .ei Intel, beA ito iinfrm hi. Friends and tll Pnbli :; that lie t ir. ,t i t oM!ibr accommodatior Cq".! l to any luho io n h -e rang:I: . ??lne sital 1 tplirIts .f fero l"nest Qusality. GOOD STABLING. Just r.nded one of Alo. k's bhest BIILLIARD T¶l'ALI; -Qi te New. I \I I' :l t I A L, II O T iELlL, J .mientn. ? )ON), prrne' " " ,1 toih above tfntt,I. legs to . a inform h: tri t di andt the p'bIic that hc il /ir :,r..I to ff. rI- l, ?.:i..ii' Ah.C(O)Ib,'.' TIOq at the LOWEIST CiiAliUIE. WINt Z ., ""INI'Tr. ALES. &C., Of ,:. IUkt Quality. SIIRfl 3TON' L f l I. I)-TABL I Free of Charge. CGooD S5TA'IrLZNG ; ?'rýt lhtcut" to the Junction hIotel. Bookling ut.lie fo: liohertson anll C,.'a Coaches THE OLD £EETr S' HOTEL, WOOD's. PO l' T • (JOIIN FELIX. I'IPOPIllETOR), A F.0111 ) 1 to VISIT tILS tlhe mtost comfortable acculunu;lationu and the bast table in the ranges. I:'I'ENSI VI STABLI1...

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

.il edicieal. FRELEMIAN'S CIlLO(luI)YNIE. TJIEI, OR(IGINAL CIIT. .(O)tt)YNE, invented by IIhIC(IIl AtII F'EI.I AN. lpharmuceutiat, is one of the greatest discovcri,,s If tihe present age, and is largely usedt by the mllt emcincnt inedic.tl men in hospital and private practice, in all parts at the globe. It rapidly relieves pain from whatever anuse, allays the irrltation of ltver. uoothcls the sy steII under ex hausting discusres, and gives sleep without proitiUc ing the distressittg sypetotus which ariso trom the use of opiates. Cousumption, coughs, cold, influenza. tirotllhitis, asthma, heoping cough, diarrellua. dr:ocntcry, cholera 'ipainms, cruani)s, rhlcum:itiitn; gUt,'&'., isintidiately relieved and In most cases cured. Conclusive evidence of the value of it in cheolera, diarrhlra. and dysentery is atlorded by the following from thleltight hlotnorablle Earl lt11ssell, slwho Craci ously transmitted it to the iyventor of Chlorodyne, Mr It. Freeman, and to the RIoyal Colle...

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

UNION BANK OF AU.'L'RA.tLIA.1 LrAnILITY UNLIITED). P:~m) CUI' CAII 'AE . !'1-2U,0 RESER1VE FUND .. j:25U,00. ALEXANDIRA AGENCY. G',LD) BUGIIL' AT M1EIOU'INE PI'IIE.9 Cu ycnt Rllateof Interest Allowel on Deposilt. ani ueneral liakinig IBusiness traims.cted. "J. V'. 11.11N~l~tID'75. A,~cmmt. CO MMarEIr CIAL BAN K 0 1' A U 8 T' It A L I A (L~tiiitceI.) ALEXANDRA I3RANGIT. This B3r:Lnc'h is now Open FO!L Till' ANS SAIJ ION OF STNESS. 11, NO))LtILN IROWNE,, July 1Glt. 1I86. D R. B A I N it It 1 1) G E," SURGEO1EN. ACCOUCIIEUtt. Ac.. OtAN T STVI:IET, ALE) AN1)flA4 I'J'ILIC VACCINA'Dt)I1. GRlAT LTITOIS V A OCIrfNATION every Tluesday. irumim 10 to 12 anm. .fedicka Referee for te Austlrumlian Alliance As ejroace L'aampnyi. of Msllceurne. DIt. FEI1TOIUSSOM V t~ o to announce to the .pnhllic that Ih . s Comvmenced to Practiso his Profcisqiem in Ah'xsim Ira, ani may be Consultod DAILY at thi Ai'·xmrnll r lintel. Patiernts visited on thle shlortest rotloc throumghout an ynart of the district. N(...

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