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Sale by Auction. IN THE WARDEN'S CO^TRT, ALEXANDRA. In the Matter of the Dissolution of a . Mining Partnership hitherto existing between William Beattie, Andrew Wood, John Gilbert, and Stephen Tubman. By Order of the Warden 8 * Court, Alexandra. ON MONDAY, 15th NOVEMBEB, At 1 o'clock. B. OEORGKE FACHB has received instruction*, in ftccbrdance with "the" Orderof the Court, to Sell, by Public Auction, . ft| Court House, Alexandra, on Monday, &% i#th of November, 1869, at 1 o'clock in *Wifib Afternoon, Ut tfte(highest bidder, the whole W&* ...:■- . PROPERTY OF THE 13AID MINING PARTNERSHIP, ■■■■-. That is to say: —A Water Race, known ■'''■.:, ? as the Caledonian Water Race, "%:.- ! "Certificate Ne. 2104, about 1(5 in length; entitled to six j : of waie?, heading from :;, butcher'* Creek, and terminatinjg ai- the Half-mile Beach, v Alexandra. \d~ '■'' : ' - A Mining Claim of Four Acres, certificate 678, situate at .the Halfaiile Baach j together with .the ; Plant, consisting of— A Ten-feet Water Wheel, complete, nearly new. feet Californian JPump, complete, nearly%ew... ; a?ire Wheel Barrows. Eight Wheeling Planks, about 130 feet. Twelve Sluice Boxes, about 120 feet. Iron Ripples, about 160 feet. Pick*, Shovels, Bars, Lanthorm, and a lot of Timber^ The Auctioneer is instructed to draw the attention of Miner* and Capitalists to.this vainable Property. . For further particulars apply to GEORGE FACHE, Official Agent and Auctioneer, Sunderland-street, Clyde.

FOB SALE. OR WILL B* LET OK REASONABLE TERMS. - - ..•.. mHE BALLARAT HOTEL,! This Hotel it situate about a quarter of a mile from the Township, on the road between 2faseby and Eden Creek ; contains Six Rooms, Stable, B*d Office* ; i» substantially bnilt of wea*he»boa»d # and is lined and -well finished. Th 9 Hotel is erected upon a Residence Area of about an aere—the whole being fenced with a well-built aod -wall. There is at all times an abundant supply of water on the ground, which haß been laid on into the house. The Ballarat Hotel iu doing a bar trade equal to any done in the town of Naseby. Satisfactory reasons giv.en lor disposing. Apply to John Aioo; bit the premises." aiAsosv Appty'to ROWLEY <fc HAMILTON, Hcnrsiltbtir <■'■■—■''-

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Mount Ida Chronicle, Volume I, Issue 40, 5 November 1869

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Mount Ida Chronicle, Volume I, Issue 40, 5 November 1869

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