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

M A I N D A M P L E. ----------------o---------------- (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) A number of miners are about to start from this place for Dry Creek. Those who are at the creek are doing very well. 'There is nothing of importance in mining matters since my last. The Prince Alfred is looking very well; the shaft is down 100 feet. The reef runs from 2 inches to 2 feet. The last crushing of 12 tons of stone yielded 79 oz. If this claim were in the hands of a party of experinced miners it would pay well, but the new chums who are at work in it are only making a botch of it. The crushing mills are at a standstill. Rossol and Co., start this week. The steady rain that has now set in will supply water for prospecting some of the dry creeks in our neighborhood. At Glen Creek, a saw-mill is being erected, which is to be driven by an eight horse-power steam engine. The proprietor, Mr Richardson, expects to have everything ready by the latter end of the week and intends to supply the Alexa...

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

(To the Editor of the Alexandra Times.) Sir,-I suppose that my suggestion re- garding the establishing of a reading room i l.,rU'awlre ) find sn.ý r.:.+-. P t, us. all attention seems, directed towards an hospital. Of course I must admit that the erection of an hospital here must be entitled to the primary consideration of the humane, yet I cannot see why a reading room should not also receive attention. Let no man tell me that the expenses to fund an hospital are ample burden for the people, for the resources. of Alexandra are by no means circumscribed. The one good work may be set on foot with the other, and the people provided with a sanatorium for the mind as well as for the body. Your voice, I am. sure, will be raised for either unerdertaking, as no one knows better how beneficial to the public at large are such projects when thoroughly carried. out. Yours, READER.

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(To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 July 1868

(To the Editor of ?weAlexandra Times.) Stn,-As I find that you are sufficiently complaisant to admit the recreations of the boys into your journal, I trust that you will not consider me intrusive if I request the favor of a little space with reference to the amusement of us children ofa larger growth. Can you inform me if there is a Chess Club on Alexandra ? If not, perhaps you or some of your correspondents could tell me wheie I could meet with an opponent with whom I could measure my strength in an encounter on the mimic battle field. I am, Sir, Your obedient Servant. NEMO.

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(To the Editor of the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 July 1868

(To the Editor of the Times. Sin,-Three months have elapsed since I <applied for a gold mining lease of a block of land near Alexandra. From day to day I have been expecting to see a notice of the "intention to grant' gazetted, butguess my vn?xntion when I found my application has not yet been forwarded. Nor is the Warden culpable in this affair; he has, like every other official soe vnt, a duty to discharge, which, of course, must be done according to instructions. On the stupid and clumsy management of the Mining Department do I lay the entire blame for retaining my' application in the office here. It is requi site for the Warden to forward with the surveyor's plan and schedule C, a printed form besides, supplied to him frotm the Mlining Department, but notbeing fiurnisbed with the latter from the Office of Mines as is wont, what can he do but lot the applica tion rest in statu quo as after it had been made, Surely I he weal of the public is en titled to come considerat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 July 1868

SiLE( I'LL 1. x 1 01,? -A r E i \ \ W E 1 1)[ '''I' : '-' --;, - IRHIl:UM \T'II ll. : I:,:A GIA. G',)t'', exicanH .USTANG T INIMENT Mex;cau MUS I'A NG ;.. 1i) uN 1a I',\IW 1,',. 1 A G 1 C ' I I L . (. ' n- dtt J). - o 70 Little (Clins Tla ra t I :st, M lbournle. -- ll J. PETERK I , (A(IENT) A ..E £ A . D E A. Little Wonder Sto e. GRA'.T-STREET, A L 1. X A .\ )i I A. -o GISN IA'.LNAI, NIWS AG,\INT, DI t a, 4)i11 ('('v$', ?i ATI1INIII, a..,.t Gaisa ratE MPCit[ tl L1'. H liANKS. in re ltarniýg thanks to his " fritend. andi thi Ia'u lic fiar ithe litbria supl.,lt hI hlis hId i re,· o??cing hIlis business in this town, bIeg to cllla Iattentionr to his "l ail-NI "slae "r'OC1K OF 'I a1.iaccr , Cilarr, Faaacy Goods, land his L(arge basadrialenlt of D.:APERY AND CLOTHING Hriving as.- n Iought far CASHI, :ae is able to comlpalte wail thll largest st,,res in tllhe district. B UL i. AG ENi' FO It TlI,i " A Ge.' Li ensed to Sell 'Postage Stlumps. J. H. M 'M A H 0 N, VIIOLaIALE & IRETAIL ...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 July 1868

PUBLIC MEET ING. A. public meeting was held on Wednesday evening, at the Corner Hotel, for the pur pose of forming a branch of the Loyal Liberal Association. Mlr Knnnegiesser stated that he had called the meeting for it special purpose. He would leave tile meeting to elect their own chairman. It was proposed by Mnr TI. Po lk;nir seconlded by M? Mnlle?v, and carried unanim onlllv, " That Mr Cooper take tihe chair,. Mr Cooper stated that he ihd much iple?,nree in tresiding at so imp,.rtanr n meet ing. [The oblect was to form a brnnch of the Loyal Liberal Aasociatioa. Thie ril,lts of their representatives in tile Aseernbly had been i.rored and completely over-ridden by tih minority endt the.Governnr. A disselu. t;ori of ithe HlIose wia cloqse at hand. N'ow was the time to take eutmlro. The gentlemen who were abort to move the resolntions, could fully explain the object of the meeting. (COheere ) Mr Co: er rosoe and said that ihe regretted thalt imo, exrensive notice of the meetingr had...

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ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. Thursday, July 2nd, 1868. (Before A. P. Akshurst, Esq., P.M.; G Pendlebury, Esq., and Dr. Nicholson, Esq., J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 July 1868

ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. 7curslay, Jutly 2nd, 1868. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M.; G Pendlebury, Esq., and Dr. Nicholson, Esq., J.P's.) Watkin v. Plummer.-Assault. Case dismissed, without prejudice, as there was an infornmali;y in summons. Gorinan v. Brissington.-Settled out of Court. DMr Emerson for plaintiff. Deedy v. Flynn.--S ruck out. Patton v. Landrigan.-2£ 17s, good sold. Verdict for amount. Patton v. James Tusker.-No appearance. Struck out. Veen v. Ginke.-Withdrawn. Hugo v. Roundtree.-Summons for illegal detent'on of harness. Mr lmerson for defendant; Mr Smyth for plaintiff. This case was before the Bench last court day, and was then dismissed, in order to amend summons. After agood deal of conflicting evidence as to the state of the harness and the value when new, Mr Emerson submitted that there was no case before the Court. Complainant should have sued for damages, as the defendnt had offered to return the harness several times, strongly olbjecting to take beer, which ...

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MANSFIELD PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, 37th June. (Before J. P. Rowe, Esq., Henry H. Kitchen, Esq., A. Crockett, Esq) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 July 1868

MANSFIELD PETTY SESSIONS. -4------ Saturday. 37th June. (Before J, P. Itowe. Esq.. Henry II. Kitchen, Esq,, A. Crockett, Esq) Shire Council v. Bansor.--Rates, Li 13s 4d. aumnmons not served. Same v. Brooks.--L 10d. Settled. Same v. lirown.--2s Id. No appearance of defen' dant. Verdict for plaintiff, with I I 8d costs. Same v. Bunting.-Summons not served. BSae v. Cairns.-L1 10;10. No appearance of defendant Verdict for plaintiffs ; costs, 11 8d. Same v. Curran.--2 Id Summons not 'served, Same v. Connolly.-10s 10d. Summons not sery ed Same v. Dower-2s 6d Summons not served. Same v. Fenton.-Ll 9s 2d.. No appearance of defendlant. Versiiot for plaintifls ; costs, ts 8d., Sameyva Fresmn.-. 10s lOd, No appearanq of defendant. "Verdict'?f rpi;i['Etlfls "'?£t~fl?'?. Ij" Same v. Farrel -LI 4ts 2d. No appearance of defendants. Verdict for plaintiffs ; costs, its 8d* - Same v. Whitlna-LI 5s. Settled. Same v. Franks.-16s 8d. Settled. Same v. Harker.-Ll Is 8d. Settled. Same v. Hlurdman.-2s lid. ...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT THORNTON. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 July 1868

PUBLIC ?~IET'VING AT THOR?NTON A meeting of farmers and land selectors was hold at the Old House at Home, Tuorston, on Monday evening, to consider the subject of deferred pay ments, as to selected land in the event of a disso lution. (hir Stephen Jones in the chair) The chairman stid that he went in iht art and soul for the object sought by the meeting. ir iyan nmove.l the first resolution, " That it is the unanimous opinion of this meeting that £1 per acre is tul :ilent for laid, and tit it it would be for tile public advantage to have it pail by instalments." Mr ItyIan observed that he felt convinced_ nine tenths of the fainters would be unable to pay'thd £1 down ; lance the mni,t of them would have to be evicted from their holdings, and lose the benefit of thIoer itnproveimenct. MIr Jeffrey seconded the motion. and most la:r lially concurred in what thas previous speaker had ?aid. Mr To all M'trintyre tnov.-l the sueend resolu. tion, to the effect, "'That, in the opinion of this ...

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(To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 July 1868

(Jo the .EdZlor of The Alexandra 2imes.) Sin,-Permit me, as one of the public, to thank you for that little article of yours about dirty beer"engines. I like a glass of good beer as well as anv man, and if there are no deleterious ingredients in it, I think there is more nourishment in it than a cup of tea. Tea I consider one of the Ihilacies of the present generation. Coffee, chocolate, and cocoa are good, but tea is no better than a few leaves of a gum tree, and no more nourishment in it barring the sugar. But it' we are to have beer let it be clean. We have two good brewers-it is a pity to spoil their beer with verdiorise. Yours, &c. BIG TUMBLER,

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 July 1868

6iitrrtpoubnn re. (To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) Ssa,-I quite agree with "One of Ourselves" in remarking that there are occastl.ns in the history of all communities when it becomes the duty of every honest member thereof to devote his energies to arrest the evils of misgovernment, end I emphatically say that that time has now arrived. A wrong has been done to us. Election after election has taken place, and there has been but one voice -from the people-" Pay the Darling grant."-and still the Upper House, and small minority in the Assembly baffle us by an obstructive policy. The Hour has there.. fore arrived, and we want the men. I care not whether they go by the name of M'Culloch, .Higinbotham, Jones, Brown, or Rnl,inson, who can " with dauntless breast" tell the Governor,, the Upper House, and thu smnll minority, "Thus tar shalt thou go and no farther." Who has the best right to settle this matter, the majority of the country, or the minority ? the Upper .House, or the Low...

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GHIN GHIN. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 July 1868

G H I N GIIIN. (FaOM OURv OWN CORnn8PONDENT.) Another benefit to the Kilmore Hospital was given at Newbound's Hotel, on Wed nesday last. The entertainment was well got up. Miss Keely produced a new piece called "The Egy'pan Murnmmy." The total proceeds of both entertaninments was L16 10s, after paying all expenses. Some now ground has been taken tip behind the Eldorado Hotel. It is expected that a, o d reef will be struck. Near Finns' Store a tend of alluvial gold has been struck, and ?air prospects have been obtained. The Dean of Mlelbourne is expected to preach here on Sunday next, provided he can get over the river. A prospecting company is about to be formed for trying some of the tidjacent country. The Providence Co., have struck some excellent gold in a new reefl about 20 inches wide. St. Patrick Con puny are pro ducing good gold. 'he Perseverance, and City of Melbourne are on good lenders. We are expecting the Ironclads to pay us a visit. Report peaks well of them at Alexandr...

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ANIMAL MAGNETISM. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 July 1868

A . % i IAL IIIA(; ,?.t'IS>t. ----4t-- I Tho,t o . of rnl:r .b n is ni.t ovc.' if the statement. t lea anr i, rn ol averment ;ts r t f ipth hithlw Ir' ev, ii t ilyv ', l"f true,. Vho .; : i , .1v , .?,: t,, , . ph.si-t x in ll- : r lin iin utIr k i tl i ar t afi lty it . ti e i i ll i , t, Ca n E Inl l i Ti ..~ t tL r tIllll l III : t 'iilllitl bl lmtintny I ill -i tr ,l .th in k an a t l rlw:l't sto llrt I f .i.mKiYe : --" ti.I l. l l Ly ouiR rir. t U t'3II: {' ll'l -- nl inltl; It 1 , (ll i; lli " Johlln lSc t al . 1e !: t ,l t .I)n ~ nti :.- ta I . Wlvil v:n crt.tion for leightywv, i r nr i rn, Ir alilat e l iof t n thr inil for medlicaill erviletsl r, ,,.r( tIl ll, ih. idenhlan, 's Wire and I lrandon. i I-lair tiEiT is an t ntlliticnitrli lphlsiian, r, siling in Irk r ,kln wlw ? Iseldty i the eli ctin, , f ci lrs by it iil lig t I .U nitistt. Ini Nfolloein t8el4 1?t.ion wa rnintl, itniltlh t he pof Ir. several visits to . -rs ,f wksmo , whoi wait sui' ring an leii r heutorrh ...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 July 1868

we have had a point blank refusal from the Post Office authorities in the matter of the petition to memorial praying for a daily mail to Melbourne, and it is to be presumed that there the mutter must rest; but may we not ask a similar f'vor of htmt D-lJart mInell, if not for the convlpeniene of the p,,l;,I.. of Alexandra, at least. t"r lhe sale of pr,, ,rietv and the fitness of thints. A mail leaves loon for I)ry ('reek, a disinnerar of -i~ miles lit 10 30 a nt T''h Mninduinpl , M:ansfieltl. Jimieson, nnd Wonnd's Point iand;ls Iarive nt Doon hIl'f an hour Inter, and let t.rs li'nm tlhese plices to Dry Creek are detained three days ait Doon. Moreover, the Alexandra mail arrives at Donn just when the Dry Creek nmail is beini sealed up. and all letters from thet qanrtier destined to reanch Dry i reek are nlso detnined three daysv in quarantine "lt Dion, until every vest.ige of nterest is csrefuilly exorcised by ettluxion of time. Is it too nmuch to ask for a chi: go in this albsnrd arr...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 July 1868

1)UDIBLIIED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINOS " Verltua Vl3ncit Oninla." FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1868. Tnns Crisis is really coming to a crisis. ThI Governor has adopted a most unheard of course in refusing to comply with, the request of the Assembly, praying that he would re commend the grant of £20,000 to Lady Darlin?r. The reason assigned for this course is I s singular as is the refusal. " The Governor will he ready to give effect to the wishlee of the Assembly whenever he shall he advised that the concurrence of Parlia mnent may be expected." If this principle is to he ncted upon, then the doors of the Assembly may he closed if no nveasure is to he submitted to fhe Co"ncil until their con rent is obtained. What foilishnenrs to have a Hoose of Assembly at all 'Ti'his is simply lallini hack on something like the oli nomninee principle, and shutting onit the voice. of the peoplo entirely. To ailk of (o.inntit tin ielni Government after this is mere hunnklimr The Governor-by this act ehas ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 July 1868

'V. R. ( oaXqum eflt Yduert'isqut qtts APPLICATIONS FOR MINING LEASES. r[N pursuance of the Act of Parliament 29 Vic toria No. 291, Section 41, It is hereby notified that after tihe expiration of one month from the date hereof it is intended to grant the leases under mentioned : Beeclhoorth District. Goolburn Division (WVood' Point). Lease No. 1050.-WI, Chambers, 15 pears, 6a Or 21p Raspberry Creek. The land already leased is excised. Lease No. 1054.-J. Burness, 15 years, 10a Or 34p, about half-a.mile east of the township or Enocli's Pouit. GEO. B. KRERFERD. Minister of Mine . Office of Miness M.lbourne, 26th June, 1868. 11. Btaphsael' hales. FOR SALE, A SPLENDID Q0RNEJR 4 .Lr-OTM>N w GRANT-STREET. ALEXANDRA, WITH H 0 '1 E L, TIHE R O Y A L M A I L, AND o U T'HO U S E S. ,The best situated Hotel in Alexandra. -00 AjLLOT.MENT 5, Section 1 ; 66 feet Frontage to i Grant-street, and 347 feet Frontago to Downiey-street--in all, 413 feet frontage in the heart of the town. 'I-THE ROYAL ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 July 1868

M H FED.'CK 'PSTF$1 S??LCI'olH, ANID CtONVEYANCER, ALlI XANI)IA. CoEnmllMyiloner for talin.idt Ahtlvlavit. in tlue Muprlmne Court @of colony of Victorla. lR . CO 7E"1 will ulteid the Police anld Wllarden's C('ourt at 'ea e'verrH ,(qular (,iurt dart Communiiatih s Ii art adrl e.iled to Mr. IV 0 er, MlAud,dyl (tell lotel, Yea IR. A 1 IF EI) 11. EM ItSO N, ATTORNFY AND SOLICITOR, SI-- - NT'-'sI '1 .ET ýi. ME S. K. VICf2 ER YY, (FonIMEtIII G1 TrI Viee oI'loth L AIIWAY )II,%IDPARTMENT i.;tcit lli1inng Amit1, AND CO(NTIIACT SUIIVEYIYII, BIIA G exempt frl Ithe opleration of the 5th and 1fh clauts of die Civil Service IReulatlions, by permi. on ra /' the I/lin the Mlinister of Mines. is at liberty to devote a portion of n/s time to PRI VAITJ Plt4 CTICE. -0 Plans and Sperificatlins prepared and Contrarts Supervised. " Managanf, Clerk :-Mr it. S.W. GIIEIG, Contract Surreyor rOftee- I DO WIEY STIRlET, Alexandra. T?IE FORTY-SECOND OLAUSE. All pert i wishiing to obtain land unde. /the 42nd SECTI...

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MAINDAMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 July 1868

M A I N DAMPLE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The ball and supper held at Powell's Hotel, on Mondav evening last, was a great   success. The fair sex mustered strongly on   the occasion, and vied with each other in their beauty, and splendour of their dresses. They danced like fairies, and looked like queens. The music was first class, and the supper was all that could be desired. No. 2 was on the table in abundance, and every thing that could make glad the heart of man. Several ladies from Mansfield graced the nicely decorated ball-room with their presence. Every one was in the best of holiday spirits. Nothing has ever equalled the entertain ment in this quarter. I am requested hy the working manager of the Percy Reef to give you the following: --This reef was discovered in February last, by Mr Easdown. The first prospects   obtained in opening the ground were from half dwt to 1 dwt to the tin dish of loose gold, besides specimens. In the cour...

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CONSTITUTIONAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 July 1868

CONSTITUTIONAL MEETING.     --- --- A public meeting was held last night at the Eldorado Hotel, for the purpose of forming a branch of the Victorian Consti- tutional Association. Gerard Pendlebury, Esq., was voted to the chair. The chairman briefly explained the object of the meeting, and asked for a fair hear- ing for those who might address the meeting, and as the meeting had been called for a special purpose, he hoped that no opposition would be shown. Mr V. Smith, who was received with much applause, stated that all he wished for was a hearing. He came before the meeting to ask them to assist in prevent- ing an attempt that was now being made to take away their liberties. The majority       ought to rule, but they must rule accord- ing to law. Everyone present must approve of this. (Cheers.) A great deal had been said at a former meeting about the shed- ding of blood ; there was no occasion for bloodshed. All that ...

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(To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 7 July 1868

(To the Editor of Ihe Alexandra rimes.) Stn,-On Sunday last I attended the Rev. Father M'Gillicuddy's Church, and was much pleased to hear him speak so warmly against the too common practice of keeping up dancing and music in some of our public houses on Saturday night until it is long past twelve o'clock. The Rev. Father stated that he would call on his Protestant brethreu to assist, and if necessary, the strong arm of the law to put a stop to this desecration of the Sabbath. I believe that all denomina tions will heartily approve of the step Father M'Gillicuddy has taken in this matter, and although I am by no means a strict sabbat arian, believing that "The Sabbath was made for man and not man for the Sabbath," still dancing till two o'clock 'on Sunday morning, and drinking hot grog is by no means that sort of thing that puts one in a right frame of mind for attending the house or God. I therefore cordially endorse the views of Mr M'Gillicuddy, and trust that all denominations wi...

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