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THE POLISH QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 May 1863

* THE 'POIIS. ,a ElIo ' . o La France publishes th'e' following ar ile:- ol , "The -etrn .of Plidce Mitteinich ia, under w actual cicumsitamnc., e pini round whilch cmn b j6elires are forimed uti'lh' e reat questioa which l now excites so much the attention of the politidal u world. If we are righilylinforleoJ, the anibsadbr b of H'f. the Emparor of Asautria b brought from in .Vienns eassurauce optf nature to warrant the it ''eiiojit'hpee which are connc:ei with .h equit able dolaion of 'the Polishqttestion. "; rThe C(binet. of Vienna appars inclined to t enter itioadipldnuatio actionwhich will give the n moset eficaious support to the initiative taken by c iranee. ' "The enlighteried . tatesmen who sit in the I Council 0o the 'Emptor Fraisca 3oieph have per fectly understod thht the best guaranto? for the ( maititenance of pieac is the. .derioin :nsideratton of a state of things which is a permanent; cause of I trouble in -Eor , pe. They. hiyve understloo: tht diplos~tic'itetveotio...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE POLISH INSURRECTION. Skalmierzyce, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 May 1863

?H'A"E POLISH. INSURREC1TION. Skalmiorzsce, M irch 29. Neera reo'ired here from KXlishb announpas that a.covere . engagement took placo the day bffore yesterday,. near Konia. .Tbhe Ruaians eiatained serious bloers,- fLtui of thei" officers and sixty privates being hilled. Prince Wittgea;teien 'F A also wounded and 'Kalilch. . Lemberg, 1erch?-i. The bind of'inohrgehte under the command of Czechowokiis dispersed. The division of .Russian troopst .tae General zrservaski has crosie.l the Biu, to opera? agsinst the Pole, under.. Letswel . and Liwan doiº-ki. cimeroui liodies of REussian troopsare drawing to the es:word, and the insurgetts are flying''crosa the frontidr in 'troneg'., GOneral Langiewicz ha been coddi:ted to Gratz, but willinot he permitted thileave the town. B.rlio, March $5. Letters reeo:vetl her from Kiow stat that, on account of information having been rectived thata Tolishlegion, consisting of two regiments, was on its way through Bessarabia to Polan ! :General Aanen?of...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRANCE. Paris, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 May 1863

T " RANUE. ,Paris, IMardh.25. The dfoniteur ofthis morning says: "The Prus-ian and Russia anmbassadors have communicates to the Government precise infor mation. fromin whih it results -hat th e newsala o'y published by all tha journalsoef the passageof a Runianhcolumu?on Prnssian territoryis devoid of foundation" Ia Franr'e~o thirevening publishes an artlc!o under the heading of "A bdongress of Poland," and signed by the secretary of the paper. The writer belivea himself able to state that Prince Metternich-is thehbearer of assurinoes anu the iz'n, earnest hopes of an equitable solution of the Polishqurstidn. The Cab not of Vienna ap pears dispased t puti.ipate in diplomatic action calculated to pus an end to a position of affairs which is the permanent canuse of troble to Europe. La France o~nsid.rs it probable that a sangresl cmprisiag all the powers who signed the Treaty of Vienna *ill met at no distant date, to regulate matters up n an equitable bssia. . His taiyal lighness Prin...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 May 1863

lnsb WUEEBNSrAND; M Sirisban e.a . . i ockhampton Dalby- Todhnnibpa - - Ipswoch ' Warwick - Maryboro igh Yavnuili *h W ' ILLIAM' TR- " - G ral Po Ofceeretnar " aGencral Post Office, MvIll,.,rnp. I :" .- '. 1 . . . .. I H

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(Reuter's Telegrams.) Londerderry, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 May 1863

(Reuter's Telegram).) (Per Hlb3rnian.) Londerderry, March 25. The Canad'an steamer. Hibirnio, :from Port land on the 15th .int:; has arrived here. She brings 15,O00dals, in spicie. New Ydrk, March. 1, Evening. It is ourrn'ly reported in Wall-street that the Secretary of the 3'rea-ury has rece'ved an. offer from Europe for 100,000,000d. ' Sx. .?ir Cent, Bodis at a hightr 6gure thn atpar. Mr Chase is endeavouruig to'negotiate a loan of 100.000,O00dols.,-50,000,000dols.- i twenty year bonds,, and the other .60,000,0001ol.. in shot bonds, * It is reportd ifromi Memphis that the Federal -expedition up the'Yaioo hs eiptured Yazoo city and all the Cdn'edeiate'transports above it; An atthek by the Fderals npoit Haints! Bluff, a few mils pbovo tb mouth ofthc-e'raro.- iver Wai hourly-expected. -No offiial stcconnts of the affair have'j et been recivedl. ' Money easy. Gold 57 premium. Exchange bankera' bi'ls, 175.'

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. The price of gold is £3 18s Cd per ounce. HEATHCOTE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 May 1863

ZThe price of gold is £3 183 Cd per ounce i HEATHOOTE MAI KETS. MIr Craven reports Wholesale prices as follows . Best silk dressed Floor, £14 per ton. 'Whest, 5s 91 per bushel., 8cel Wheat. 6.61 ditto. Pollard, 2s ditto. Brt.s. Is 103 ditto. Oate [Colonial] (? Od ditto. Prime seed dito, 7s 6dritto. Cape Barley, 6s 61 dittc. BeLt cut Chaff, 8s ditto. Hay, £8 per ton. Porutoes, £11 to. £2 per ton.

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. AMERICA. (FROM THE TIMES, MARCH 26.) (PER HIBERNIAN, Via LONDONDERRY, MARCH 25, 3.30 P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 May 1863

LATEST ).INTELLIGENCE. AME.RICA. PRnoM Orn TrIxE, Llonu 26.). (Ps. H~.zasna,, ria LONDONDEiRr, MiecB 25, 3.30 p? .) 'M Chase has arived in New Yark, to noeo taute a-loan of 100;O00,000do's. Telegraphic d spa'ches from Cario of the 18th report the ca ture dof or:s Henry sad Done'son by thrConfederates. The s.atehent is not cr;dited in this o . Gold, 671 prenium. Exchango, 78.

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 May 1863

POST OFFICE, HEAyfCOT E. RIVAL , D ODDEPARTURE o? TnE -?l .I " mes ppoi&ed fir the r'iir.iand depan iri Heathcotefor 1863, ose as yneton cn& Mis Iml, daily, 0 :-.r. Closac for dispatch, N15 p.m. Runchworth and Mer ~ n9ososday and .Frid~, at 3 30 pinm Cier for desp+`Ytcb 7ODri eoYvut in" ýcs neaday and Friday, i 6 p. h. From Sandhurst,Wild Duck and Axedalo, every -Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 1'30 p m. Closes for despatch on Tuesday, ThouEday and Saturday, at 10 a.m. From Kilmore & Pyalong, every Monday, Wed lerday and Friday. Closes for dispatch every Toes . day, 'lhidtada, and Saturday, at 7"3) a.m. From Costerfield, every Monday, Wtdaneday a Friday. Closed for despatch at 8 am. Arrive at p.m., on MJadty, Wndno.d.y and Friday. Bsceiving Boxes-Mr J. Dougall'e, High street. Cleared daily, Sunday excepted, at 3 p'm. Mr Rauwick's Argyle Golly. Cleared daily, "?mday excepted, at 3 p.m. Post'Offieopen daily, Sunday except'd, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m, for delivery...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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LATEST TELEGRAM (VIA SUEZ.) LONDON, April 2, 4.40 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 May 1863

LATEST TELEGR AM - (VIA- SUEZ.) LONDON, Apr:1.2,.;40o p,m. A debate has taken place in the Hlooso of Lords on"'American"affairs. L?id Campbell adlocated the recognition of. the' Southern' Confederacy. Earl'BRusell':dvocated porfectneutrality. The Polish insurrection is virtually ended.: .Prince William Of Denmark h'asbeen pr9o~ilmed King of Greece.. . There is nothing of importance in the American news,. Galveston has been attacked unsucceea fully. Lord Palmerston has been handeomely feted in Scotland, andiinstalled as Lord Rector of the University of Glasgow. He hbes received'd the freedom of the. city of Edinburgh. He 'vi?ated Greenock. His various speeches were masterly. Prince Alfred hbs arrived at Windsor. Rev en' [ivverea;e ?), one million. 1Dc! arturos.-Cooipqe and Kar.garco.

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. LIST OF LETTERS remaining Unclaimed at this Office, received during the week ending May 13th, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 May 1863

POST OFFICE, HEATIICOrE. LIST OF LETTERS remaining Unclaimed at Stlis Office, received durirg tho week ei dirg May 13th, 1863. Banmgartner, S G. 3Iu dcck, James Banty, Leon 3 . rrrowood, Benjamin Bell, Nis Annie M'Kay, John lel~tLurn,. Joiejh . 1"Lellsa, John -Bierke, Kate MancNab Ittb:rt Brazendaile. Tht s. D. Playford,HHery "Graven, William Playfoad, William Evans, Arthur Preston, R bert Gaam*,4Tomas Ro str, Thrmas B. J.? ckey, Martin Wason, Mr Howard, Mrs WLite, Wi..iam S.LIST OF LETTERS DItainid at thia Office cqniing Add.tional Postage: . i' olugher, Darild ". ?4 Editor tf "Melbourne Punoh," . * L. McINNES, Poatmas'er.

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ARRIVAL OF THE NORTHAM WITH THE MARCH MAILS FROM EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 May 1863

ARRIVAL .... R t I V A 'OP 'THE NOI{ITHAM WITH THE MARICH MAILS Ig ^.. .FRON. I . . EUROPE. 'he 'eninouler and Oriental Company's steam. "'.'hip Nlorthnam, Captain 'Collett, arrived in 'ots. t's 'Bay punctually on Sunday, at five o'clock p.m, from Ga'le, with the .European March mail, in chaige of Captain illis, N.E. The following ',is a summary of the news: 'T'he mnariage of the Prince of'Wales nnd'the 'Princess Alexandra took place at Windsor on the 'ith of March.:' lHer Royal Highness landed at irgate on the I7th, and was ~eceived with the ,moBtespendid demonstrationt-of wclcofi., The ?pss ge through London was ?nt imp g,n! the S'monstra ions of rejoicing having been general and magnificent. ifter the: marriage ceremony, 'the Royal pair retired to Osborne House for a few. days. .Her Majesty was present at the marriage. The Princess is 'describedas:having inade a most favourable impression by her beauty, .race, and sense. . The proceedings in Parliament have been ,un. -usually tam...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. WEEKLY REPORT. Wednesday, May 6th, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 May 1863

-- 1EATHOOTE HOSPITAL. ,?.? ?. WEEK.LY REPORT. SVdne~ day, May Gtb, 1863, -DaiLhiaged reiaved or carid:... .. Dischatg d incurable ......... .. S 1)itd ............. ........ Out Patients ......t"* ...........:. ... =-o ...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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COSTERFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 May 1863

COSTERFIELD. SMessra Yoile, 'C0ter, F.eld, and Cc., hive had another crushing of nine days' yield, realising 84 r z 6 dwte. The troepects of the mine are'goodio and from the steps about to be taken by them to?- test its real value, we may anticipate much good"' for the district. Messrs Morris and Co. are busy crushing, the result not yet inown. • The g eat event of the past week has been the christening of their engine. This interesting ceremony was performed on Saturday last by Mrs J. B, Morris., in the presence of a number of the friends rof Mesrs Morris and Co, who had ast mbled to congratulate them updn the successrul issue of so heavy an nodertaking, as the erection of their comp'ete plant and battery. Abontone o'clock the visitors began to arrive; ani fteir hvuin gratifeed their ceti:lty by sasih ely ,feispecti.g the works, adjurned to the mp hnute where a o:d??oltiocto wa- yrovida ali ; liberality moot creditable to hleiis Morris and Co, The visitors appeared to appreciate tb...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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POST OFFICE REGULATIONS FOR THE ISSUE AND PAYMENT OF POST OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 May 1863

S' ST' OFFICE RBr i.tOrros iao'mre leisse AND PAT1ENTS OP P- s ' O' - i'D cs MonEY Onzeas.' Bis Excellency. thq Governor,-with the advice Sthe ExecotiVe Council, has been pleased to di ret thh publication'of the following Regulations or' thb issne nad. payment of post offee money orders ii.the Colony of Victoria 'and the public are ereby.informed that in conformity with these regulationsmoney orders may be obtaincd'and be madp payable att the;undermeintioned places, on and ater the Ist July, 1858 : 1. Places and ;times of iscsue and payment. BMoney,orders may be obtained.and be made pay able at the folllwing'places, viz.: : ' Thie Post Office atMelnoane' Ditto Geelong' . . i'Ditto-: . ;B allaarat Ditto Sandhurst . Ditto , 'Castlemaine S Ditto Beechworth. S. : Ditto' ' ilnioie , ; i Ditto .Maryborough' :":r::, ....; -... iDitto' i ,: Arraat S Ditto ,Pleasant Creek Ditto ' 'illiamstowt S Di to 'Portland .. .. :,:. ir:-..;;:Ditto * - 'Belfast . I S.i ittb, . Wamrnambool betwe? l oi, ou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 May 1863

c.IJTIS X1G tiliwer asd Drag-', Alma doe L `nst G'rental i]tcnkc THgh street, lletheb*c T q (Jm ASrz`])RRSV ; .DE T',1"3rea s ed `Dsc} Tarnit B1 aker , InA:i atteet, Hetlicote iDe'irrery _e 'ta gos rTone daily:. i. DTh CA T nd CO., Drap src. nce 1t tza oiUce, ______ '1kn ;:· fr: iio e At.o t s dentalt Ra~s ,;Heatiamee &T, rrst~u'fias,,-neaa~hc me 5` E °;i gai ~THCOTE HOTEL; High stroet, fiEtihcofe I _: JAMLS H &' propinetor. ¶elYOR TME 9offlBe, next Duncan ad ddjr, Lighstreot, Heathco'e :" $1R ADAMSON, Solicitor and Conveyatcer, JJJ.:next Iia'l anid James's, Heathcote .. R JILLETT1 Soihcitor 1onve ancer, and P?roctor otice, next Shamrock hotel." f' ITHCOTE FLOUR MILL, Jeeziog s1t.' ?ree'; ·r: : ._ _ ? .. _ _ _ :.,: . . , _ _ ? SDD LER AND: HARNESS S Eery article in the trade supplied. P . x CE . ?. G DICK ASOEN,., having -been aa?read by - c in man' friends td commence business in eath. cr e, begs to intimate that be has taien premises in .High street, where :he is p...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 May 1863

NEW ZPALIAD.'NM; .'.. Auckand New Tlmouth Blenheim Pict . Christchurch J,.ell . Collingwood Tiruiam Dunedin -':noeL . ': Inverpargil , Wtahui ' Kaiapoi . . *1elV>linitton '. .*'. ; Kytteltoa - i . lngan Nels ..on . .. r :? r.- :

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WESTERN AUSRTALIA [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 May 1863

: WESTERN AUSTRALIA: Allbany - Newcastle Anscralind Noitham Beverly . erth SBunbry ingarrah Canmng Swn . SChampion Bay S rpnliue nt Freemantle Ynsse. . Gingia Vieitn'a Plainit' O reenonh Wancrenooka. Guildford 'York ' ' Irwin River

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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THE AMERICAN DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 May 1863

THE AMERICAN DIFFICULTY. . "In the House of Representatives the Conscription Bill was passed by ;a :large majority-ll5 against 49. A call for troops under this act was immediately ex pected; " Authority was also given to the Government to borrow sums equal in the. aggregate to £180,000,000 sterling and to issue notes to the value of £120,000,000 more in addition to the *,0,000,0D00 authorised to' be raised by? inm in Tanuary:last."- ome.ni.'Net?s, 268th tiit shortper iodiW" asL rawuj' when greybeards would most incredulouly., have read of such sums being, even pro. posed in'any,civilized, community or sane government. We hive but recently un dergone a. sensation of doubt almost mihgled with fear at the discovery of gold in such large quantities in - our. adopted land; =which led to nmany strange and im probable fancies of the result to be ex pected from the discovery of such vast riches.~ When paying our first visit per sonally, to witness and judge for ourselves. of-what appeared t...

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Heathcote Police Court. Thursday, May 7ht. (Before Mr Willoby, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 May 1863

-.?t?? ?IUe eou, - Thursday, May 7ht. Drunkenness.--William Hurst was dis ciharged.; and Peter .Ward. was, fined 2s 6d, or 6 hours' imprisonment. Indecency.-William Hurst was sent to prison for one week, on a charge of this nature.' Debt.-Franik Wicks v Robert Oliver and:.Others -£16 8s 8d for .word and labor "done. 'Order. for amount, with 23s .6dO costs. - .. Debt.-Jamnes Childs v Oliver and. Others.-£16 .19s d for work and labor ' 'done. -Order for. amount .witicosts. : Saturday, May 9. (Before'the saifi'M agistfrte). - Allowingwater to 8tagnate.-Police v Henry Tait. Postpdied till 16th inst., Tuesday. May 12 '(Before Dr Robinson J.P) SCattle Stealing.-James Lee, on re mandfrom Melbourne, was charged with stealing cattle, the property of Mr Speed. He-ivas- remanded till Friday next. Mr Sutherland's application for a tem porary eitention of tlie, Victdria Hotel lic~fse,was.graated. .-.. -

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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 May 1863

There appears no doubt lu.t that another antamony reef'hbas been diacovered in this district,. near Stewarton. The reef is said to be four feet thick with gold plainly to be seeei throughout; and from private information we have reason to believethat a' prospecting part-0 that left Heathcote about a month ago? -have been successful in discovering the where abouts of another lead, at o-grreat dis tance in'the ranes. The yieldlto thi alluvial digger in tie old groundu is very, fluctuating and uncertain, but occasionally rewarding his exertions with a payable nugget; atd while the d ecrease in the number of puddling..machines in active work may be mainly attributed to the New Zealand rush, those working are n;s at best.doing more -than making -a re turn, paying wages and working expenses. It is much.to be regretted that so little interest appears to be felt by experienced miners having the means to do so, to prospect the neighborhood of the worked out elds which have so'amply rawarded ...

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