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Thursday, April 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 April 1869

Thursday, April 8th. Ryan v O'Callaghap. In this case .the Warden decided that there had been no encroachment, and. gave costs L15 16s to defendants. Peterkin v Hallett and others. An order was given for l?r Thain to pay his propor. tion of L11 15, and L10 3s oosts.-L2.4s. Goldsworthy v Fletcher. In this ease a new trial was granted. The only question to bhe submitted to the assessors is whether Goldsworthy was prevented by Fletcher from proceeding with his contract.

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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ALEXANDRA POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 April 1869

.' ALEXAND ''A POSI' T )'VICE. AnIRVAL AN)) IJ)t.p ITrul (p .1A1L5? Tuon..- J !xii iArktv,. lknkk. Clay, V-kl 'kut." kit. kkirki.tiy ttoow1t'i, w- Wi k:k'"onr . nklkktt rll"1. lit ,tky. it II Irioy "Via 'Ifrtton to -it . 2.7tot 3rnr Wkkrl kk. rknN_ . nThkrnl3ay, ýki-o~lS Point - (;,,ntt Prk ay, 1oil `aturd.ky. At 'Irun, ' ti !15 Int. ,; ...nn. rl~y.11 ko","" I. ik.k J.tilbourtc I lrhcilyncor'l - .Oodkav. kitiitik. tknntt. Q p.m. pouted one hoiur Ilrf.tr tol the timell npp~ntrlforr.tl i k~clt.lltkkl.r.ttt'ltktr r*rokkk Oh 2naltu. Money Ordersr can now bi ofibil att- sit thin Okmte iront 10 a.m.. to :1 7!m. t')ltttkFx pyklykla Iio Vcttoria -1..: anud undeir. (it. Lie andt unoter, 1M. (Color.t,..--' and under It; 110 tatod inter, lu. (neat IBritain antii Il.,nd.-4.7t 0tt.(1 unrtiki t1s; In ait! under. 2s Ad; 1,1 nod Under. :1. 1,! 1.11) aIind atnd! r. TrIt-vrahliic Mettot;euls con Ii' triittktttcl Ihrouth this nfilli. in tkovmtfot it thu frtes tint! post:igc. to kitty stot.iOt witlhin'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 April 1869

pruse's Fluid lIagnesia. First-class rertificate, I 'hib0tion, 186.. Flize X', hd, ;xhilihtion, 186C-7, i:eUi1' rr F.llUrI) fANESrA b htrined th o,rly Prtz*. \rehlh amor<led by the Jurors o tlhe "Ex ilhition of Ja til and 18(7. fr G. asmoi N'ewilry's aialysois showed that Krulo's IFluihl Mauneia was rirher ip saline mat tCritl. nnd nearly dolhie thi strengthl of any nther BF,,i Mngenola oxihiblied. lRruse's Fluid Mauti.oia is partiularly reemn i1endced In all cases of dirnngement of tie diientive nrane. It is a eorre~iive of nseili~r; atnl dnring. the hiat of enlmnier itt lCentle ,.rpi.rnlt qualities rVctnrr it :t D)omestic Medicine of ervnt velid. In thil treatment of lthe dioordrro f children its ise will he found most scnthinc and hen'ficial. It formo a onoitt ,lieilous Summer ])rcri.ht t nkrn with XWIT?sE'S SYIRUP OF hAS~lmIltYtg AND LEMO.N. fl rat adding two parts of water to ond of Aoaneta For fall prtticulnrt e s le h ,illc aeccomnpanying ench bottle. TF?IsTlMONN.A...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. "Veritas Vincit Omnia." SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 April 1869

PUBLISHED EVERY 'WEDNEHDAY AND SATURIDAY. ' VerltsIM Vincit Omnlsn.' SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1860, THe Yen Road Board election is now over, and the ballot box has disclosed the opinion held by the inhabitants of the district re gerding the men who 'were candidates. Ictwever much we. may hI surprised at the result of the poll, anrd although most persons ii n have expetcted sonmething different, yet i is the duty olf ill cordially to acquiesce in the verdict. id to re.ndr every assistance in i'u, porting tlie, Yea IRad lloird is at pre sent constitured, Mr M'Leish, who stands a lob wany thoar of ill orhters, is a very wor'lhy mnn, .nd in old residien in the place. Hi hIeia no Irrete'ntionrs to h? ini.r fa reat man. lie i a shinple-ninde,,, straight forward, honest tradesman, nid the prenlt mass of electors having mmrn him in his capacity as D'uch, appreciated his Ioid (qualities, and accordingly voted for hiem ,IIiimst to ia mran. Tl'his]r.elHctbs crledt not only on MIr M'Loish hot the me...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 April 1869

USTRALIAN ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY. Established for Fire Insurance. Assurance of Lives, Fidelity Guarantee, Endowment and Annuities. Principal Offices.; 5a Elizabeth-street, and 2 Collins-street west. Melbourne. .CapItal-250,000. Empowered under Special Act of Parliament. Vic. No CCCV. DIREoTOutS : 'The on. Robert Sterling Anderson, M L C. Chairman. John Halley, Esq, J P. M L A. Hon James Stewart Johnson. Hon Captain M'Mahon. MI f A. Michael O'Grady, Esq, J P. M L A Hon David Elliot Wilkie. M D, At L A MEDICAL OPIOEICS : J. B. Motherwell. M. D. ( W. Gilbee. Surgeon. By special Enactment the funds of ties Life -" `]C~'anw t - -89--oeur rvc solely i r[`twn so, nia separate from the other branches of the Company's business. - The distinctive features of thils company, are, that the profits realised in each branch of the business, Fire, Life, and Guarantee are shared in by the polley holders. FiFro Insurances effected at current reduced rates of premiums MICHAEL O'GRADY, Managing Dire...

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WOOD'S POINT POST OFFICE. TABLE OF DESPATCH AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS BY THE YARRA TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 April 1869

WOOD'S POINT POS1' OFFICE. TAlL OObL DI EIA'PrC ANtDA ALtCIVAL OF MAILS j-, Yl 'frln YAIIICA TILtUCI. Post Town Malls arrive. Malls Close. "fattock .. Marysville ......... Sanndays. «edlnesd. yondays. Werl Fernlawc......... days. & i'rldays, nieodtys, & ?o lle l ........:::::::::. at 9. p. m. turdays, atSp.m Melbourne ......... Registered letters and newspapers moot he posted one hoor prior to the tlme appolptetd for closing thel nmlls. Thile ofice is open until six o'clock every day. Sundcay oxcepted. The oftire will not bhe opeed on Sunday, but all letters, &e. Intended for transmlasson Iy mails deap atcred on that day pilrl be forwarded, If posted lnd llproperly staimped. Money orders canl ihe obtntlltl at tills olltel, payalible In Virtorin, the adjarent colonies, Itreat BIritaln anl Ireland. Tihe Money Order olfle will be oplen between the hours of In nod :I. A IReelving Box tins been entabllshed at Mr Zochlos', on the bridge. Brlide-street; tile letters...

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ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M., and J. D. Webster, Esq., J.P.) Thursday, April 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 April 1869

ALEXANDRA POLICE COURT. (Before A. P. Akehurst, Esq., P.M., and. J. D. Webster, Esq., J.P.) Thursday, April 8th. Peterkin v J. L. Rodier. Defendant was allowed ten days to pay, in default three weeks' imprisonment. Tait v Bruce. Order by consent for L1 forthwith, and 7s 6d per week till the amount is liquidated. In default 14 days.. Tait v Wolfin. Mr Coster for the u- tion creditors, Mr V. Smith for Wolfin. On the 14th of August last Mr Wolfin purchased. from Mr Raeubor his house at Spring Creek. The Bench considering the sale bona-fide gave a verdict for Wolfin with L2 18s 6d costs. G. Cross, Brewer, and Jones were each fined 10s for furious riding in the streets of Alexandra. Ah Syo was charged with assaulting and. wounding Ah Wye. Mr V. Smith pro secuted. Ah Wye left in the care of the prisoner-his mate-L20, and on asking him' on Friday last to return the money, the prisoner knocked down Ah Wye and hit him several times with a tomahawk. Sentenced. to three months' in Kilmore gaol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 10 April 1869

NoTI CE. TN future the business department of this journal will be condutred tunder the oame of WHITE LAW & SONS, by whom all past liabilities will be discharged amil who alone are nuthorised to collect outstanding debts to the ALEXANDRA TItEs. £2 REWARD--Lost a Bay Mare, branded C on the near shoulder. The above reward will be paid to any person who will deliver the same at the Lion Brewery, Alexandra.

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(To the Editor of the Alexandra Times) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 April 1869

(To the Fditor of the Alexandra Times) Sin-What has become of the U. T. Flat Gold Mining Company ? Have they merely suspended operations; or have they become defunct? I am a subscriber, and paid :my L1, I have therefore a right to know how the matter stands. Where is the L400 that was subscribed? Has it been collected-in fact, how does the account stand, and what are the future intentions of the provisional directors in the matter? I hold them responsible; some of them are good business men, and their reputation as such must be questioned unless they lender some account of their stewardship. Look at God frey's, the place is going ahead, and will soon be one of the most prosperous commu nities in the colony. Why? Simply be cause a few business and working men had the sense and pluck to test the ground. The U. T. Flat presents better indications of alluvial gold than ever Godfrey's Creek did, bti tthe ground has never been tested. The times are dull in Alexandra, and they will remain ...

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To the Editor of the Alexandra Times. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 April 1869

To the .Editor of the Alexandra Times. r8ISn-Having read with mnch interest Nos. land 2 of "A Trip to Melbourne," permit me 'to "suggest to the author that it might be well if he were to publish his series of letters in a pamphlet form after they have appeared in the Vimes. I give this hint now so' that the type may be kept standing. Should my suggestion be adopted put me down for a dozen copies. Yours truly, FACTS. [We shall submit the matter referred to, and if possible will comply with ' Faot's" suggestion.--Fo.]

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 April 1869

NEWS BY THE MArITL. SThe following appeared in the "Argus' telegrams . Colonel Henderson, formerly of W'estoer Australia, has been pplointed. Chief Com missioner of police, . Gales, inundations, and wrecksehave made the month glootiy with disasteri. At Glas. gow eight persons were killed by the fall ofa chimney. Four hundred wrecks have been reported since the opening of the year, and great' destruotiooq has .bee.n caused ' by floods. Another goldfield has been discovered in Sutherlandshire. The outbreak of the M:aories and their violence, as reported by last mail, has drawn from her Majesty, through her Ministers, at expression of sympathy with Now Zealand. Hier Majesty, however, re-assorts the prin ciple which associates the obligation of self defence with the right of self-government. The Victorian railway loan is a partial failuire. It was offtred twice, and only L700,000 was taken. The Victorian ;overnmnent is censured for fixing the re serve at par. The ngents await further in...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of The Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 April 1869

) 7 trrr5pillbllre. (To the Editor of 17Te Alexandra Times.) SRta-I believe Mr Sloan is an honest and staightforward man, and the result ol the polling shows clearly that others think so too. I start with the foregoing because I have something against him which I mean to state in the straightforward way he so much t[admires. At a public meeting held here, Mr Sloan said, "That if elected he would not fritter away the ratepayers' money,"' so far good. I presume none of the other gentlemen who have been elected members of the Board will do so, that is i we are to believe their promises, and we have at least no reason to doubt them. Had Mr Sloan stopped here, I would have n fault to find with him, but he went on to say that should he be deputed to go to town as one of a deputation, he would defray hi own expenses, and he would see that others did the same. Here, then, to me is the "head and front of his offending." Does Mr Sloan mean to say that it would be dis honest or wrong in any wa...

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NOTICE TO CORESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 April 1869

NOTICE T'O CORESPONDENTS. "M.,Ns?I-ELD." %Vu must decline to j,:jblisb a charge against a publio otficer -ithout, the clearest proof of guilt, the :?mro especially as the matter is now bMforo ts0 Dourt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 April 1869

A USTRALIAN ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY. Established for Fire Insurance. Assurance of Lives, Fidelity Guarantee. Endowment and Annuities, Principal Offices. : 53 Elizabeth-street, and 2 Collins-street west. Melbourne. Capital-250,000. Empowered under Special Act of Parliament. Vie. No CCCV. ) IaIcrons : The Hon. Robert Sterling Anderson, M L O. Chairman. John Halley, Esq, J P. Mt L A. . ... on-Jamos Stewar.TJohncnr-. - lion Captain M'Mahon. bI L A. Michael ('Grady, Esq. J P. M L A Hon David Elliot Wilkie. M D, M L A MaDIoAL Or?ICeR?: J. f1. Motherwell. Ms. D. W. GOilbee. Surgeon. By special Enactment the funds of the Life Branch are reserved solely for its nse, and separate from the other branches of the Company's business. The distinctive features of this company, are, that the profits realised in each branch of the business, Fire, Life, and Guarantee ard shared in by the policy holders. ]?' 'Fsre Insurances effected at current reduced rates of premiums MICHAEL O'GRADY. Mannging Dir...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. "Veritas Vincit Omnia." SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 April 1869

PULI5UED EVERY WXEDNE5DAY AND SATURDAY. '" VeritaN Vincit Omni?."' SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1869, Gow?Dna's Creek now begins to attract at tr'ution; during the past week we have r caived several letters inrquiring whether T6e place is likely to prove a deep lead of any extent, whether the ground has been oil taken up, and what sort of field it presents Ifor the investment of capital. To save our },slves the trouble of writing about half a dozen letters in reply, we will give a brief eccount of the place so ftr as it has come inder our notice up to the present date. God fi'y's Creek is situated due north from Alexandra about 9 milt's, by the plesent road 14 miles, and about 10 miles from Yea, on Boan's Station. It, takes its rise a few miles from Morton, and flows into the Goulburn about two miles above Sloan's Punt, and is about 12 miles in length, and several other creeks flow into it. The present workings a'o about four miles from its sourco. About fIur :nmontls ago, Mr Pennington, the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 April 1869

NCTI( 'E. ru lIE Office of this paner Id~s hIwn REMOVED to Grant Strarr, tý. th' vrcmins( a formerly loown as the Union Bank Iotel.

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A VISIT TO MELBOURNE. No. III. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 April 1869

A VISIT TO M1ELUIOUtNE., -4-+-- No. III. I believe in getting up early in the mori ing, especially in sutmmetr. So although it was a'bout 1 o'clock before I got inro bd I awoke before six, and without stretchin. yawning, or considering whether it was tiros to get up which is sure to end in t-oing t sleep again, I jumping on the floor, and putting on a few indispensibles. I made for the bath-room, and after letting the waters of the Yan Yean come down on my head in the form of a tropical shower for the space of five minutes, I returned to my bed room, and after dressing I felt like a lion refreished. IIaving placed my hat upon my head in the a most approved style, (white hats are the fashion at present, although tihe black hat, that only relict of dress that has stood the test ofcenturies is worn by a few who wish to do tihe heavy swell business,) and stick in hand, I ma:loe my way at a quick pace, not knowing nor caring which direction I went. There were very few persons in the stre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 April 1869

?rUS 3$ Fluid Magnesia. First-class Certificate, Exhibition, 1862. Prize MfoOl, Exhibition, 1866-7, RUSE'S FLUBI) MAGNESIA obtained the only Prize Medal awarded by the Jurors of the Exhibition of 1866 and 1867. Mr G. Conam Ne.wl.ury'i a.alysis showed that Kruse's Fluid Magnesia was rlcher in saline mat teri.l, end nearly double the strength of any other Flilo Magnela exhibited. Krase's Fluid Magnesia is particularly recom mended in all eases of derangement of the digestive organs. It Is a corrective of ascility ; and during the heat of sumnter its gentle aperient qualities render it a Domestic Medicine of great value. In the treatment of the disorders of children its use will be found most s:.othing and beneficial. It forms a most delicious Sltmmer ])ltaught taken with KRUSE'S SYRUP OF ,ASPBERRY AND LEMON, first adding two parts of water to one of Magnesia. For full patltculara see hand bills accompanying Coch bottle. TESTIMONIALTS. Dear Sir.-Tlaving made a careful comnarative analy...

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GODFREY'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 April 1869

GODFREY'S CRE.EK. (From a Correspondent): ---The-iew blood-which has lat.ely beeh li?? ported from 3Ballarnt to. this district is likely: to give fresh energy to the place: Mr Lampson and. Mr Rodgers, who took up. 300 acres each about three miles- below the present workings, have complied with the now requirements of the leasing regulations,. and have forwarded L300 to the Warden's. Clerk as a. preliminary deposit for rent.. This. looks like being in earnest. The miners. here have no objection to small leases of 20 to 30 acres, but these large areas of 300: acres are too great a monopoly. Three hun dred- acres of land in Godfrey's Creek, with a deep lead of 200 to. 300 feet wide, would; give remunerative employment to 600 men for years to come. Give every encourage ment, to capital by all :means, but there should be some limit. Thirty acres- of a deep lead such as Godfrey's would give a splendid return for a good company, besides I suspect that much of the landt that is being taken ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 17 April 1869

SUnirrTY..-A New York paper says :-As winued 'light inas dart from the heav s when the Eternal has unbarred their holts, s does a fat nigger run like the deuce when a bg dog is after him. ..'-Sambo.-why.e. amdat.nitcr dlow. de hole of de boat like a chicken in the egg P"--" girvs unul~"' -" Cause he couldn't git out if i wasn't for de hatch." .UNION BANK OF AU TRALrA. Established 1838 PAID UP.CAPII'AL . £1,950,000 RESERVE FUND ... . £400.000. LIABILITY OF STIA EITOLDER.S UNLIMIT D. :ALEXANDRA A NCY. GOLD BOU IIT. Current Rates of Interest allowe on Deposits, and General Banking Business tra acted. J. P. B INBRIDGE, Si A gent. GODRRY.8 EE EXPRESS From Vining' NEW YORK AND LON ON HOTEL. LeavesGodfrey's every morning at 8 a.m.. return ingto Godfrey's Creek at . p.m daily. Parcels delivered to and from (dfroy's Creek and Alexandr PASSENGERS 5s EA lI WAY. ANTED.-To be brought from Marysville a few articles of Furnitt re. Apply at the "Times'" Ofcce, Alexandra. iN OTIOCE.-Mr W. F. Nolan h...

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