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Masonic Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 22 April 1864
3faasozie Lodge. Br James, W.M3.; Br Hay, P.3.; Br Adamson P.M.; Br Sutherland, E.,W ; Br Chris:ie, J.W, Br McInnes, S.A.; Br Hlegrt1, Treasurer; Br Burch. Secretary; Br Adams, Organist; Br C. Mamford, J.D.; Br Wylie, Tyler; Meet the firat Friday in every month, at 8 p.m. Instruction every Sunday anld 'Thurs day at 8 p.m.
Churches. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 22 April 1864
Chlurches. Christ Church of England- Incumbent Rev The- odore Budd. Organist, Mr Adams. Trustees, Messrs Ferguson, and Minter. Committee, Rev T. Budd, and Messrs J. B. Morris, Lawson, Adams, Haston, Hall, Mierrifield, Ferguson, Christie, King, W. Routledge, Spiecks, Minter, and Goddard (Secretary). Service every Sun day at 11 a.m. and 7 pm. Roman Catholic Church--Clergyman. Rev -- Ne ville. Service once a fortnight. Pre-bvterian Church-Milister,Rev W. Leishman. Precentor, Mr. Greig. Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Wesleyan Church - Minister, Rev A. Stubbs, Commrittee, Messrs Trevaskis, Rawe, Crowle, and Jacklsh. Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and half-past 6 p.m. Utrited Mecthodist reoe Chnrch--Minister, Rev E. Hughes. Organist Mr A:lsop. Servicoevery Sunday at.lI a.m. and half-past 6 p.m.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 22 April 1864
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOR?ING. IIONESTY S19 TIIHE BEST POLICY. FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1864. TIE Sub ect, of Dr. Robinson's notice of motion, for reducing the salary of the Clerk of the Road Board from e225 to £150, has been freely discussed in public since the last meeting of the Board, and the arn ments for and against the motion are as varied as they are worthless. Numbers argue that Mr. Stephenso, is not "the right man in the right place," and therfore the proposed reduction is not sufficient. Others advance the opinion that it is unjust to expect the services of an educated man for less than the present salary. Others maintain that, independent of any intel lectual acquirements which may be neces sary for the office, the duties are sufficiently onerous and heavy to entitle the Clerk to his present rate of remuneration. Let us examine the premises and con conclusions, and endeavor to find their real value. Necessity demands public economy and justice demands fair play. And still we s...
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES ARE AUTHORISED TO BE TRANSMITTED IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 April 1864
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS YNDER WHICH TELEGSAPIIC M3ESSAGES ARE AUTIIBISED TO BE TB-A3SIITTED Li VICTOIIA. 1. To lessen as much as possible any liability to earorin the transmission of Messages from defec tive manuscript, it is desirable that the use of Figures-should be avoided, and that words at length be substituted; and the public, in using the Electric Telegraph, are requested to be particular in giving a full and correct address to every Mes sage, so that' the least pozsible delay in delivery may occur. 2. Messages will be transmitted in the order of their recepuon, and no precedence will be allowed; except for spec'al despatches on the service of the Government, the arrest of criminals, and in cases of pressing emergency, sickness, or death. 3. All Messages will be held strictly conffidential. 4. Payment of Gharges in advance will be re quired, except for Replies to Interrogatory IMes. sages on which the sender, may have written the words " Reply will be ...
GARDENERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDER APRIL. [April in Australia corresponds to October in Great Britain.] [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 April 1864
GARDENERS' AND FARIERS' CALEŽDER APRIL. [April in Australia corresponds to October in Great- Britain.] Diggigg, tr nching, and c'earing the ground of refus.. m.stbe attne ded to; manuring where re quired, and-preparations commenced for planting F'rui. and o'herTrets and Shrubs; as we prafer Aunt in plasting.- Drainage should at once to procee led with; as the earth turned up will have the be: efifbof erposureto-the influence of Winter. Conrinuathianing, planting out, and earthing up you. g craps. Harvest all seeds. KOTaeCu GARomc-Cabbage, Cauirlowitcr, Peas. -oo- t:he early.varieties towards the end of the mon'u - ' Cel??y.-That not requ:red for immediate use, might br tiel uap with trips ef Bass or Hay bands, r. moving all s ekers or side shoots. Potato Onions.-Plant _o. trgely for early Sarinr use. Asparagus.--- - he stemis ecay, remove them, ant tre the beds flro weeds preparatory to top dreasing Rl/icuaru?-Remnose all seede stalks from -Rhn bad:, ando'cear away dead leaves.; Pre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 April 1864
IMPO UNDIN GS. EATHCOTE -Inmounded at Heathe t', 21st April, 3864, by Mr. J. R Conner, for Managers of Wild Duck Creek Ccmmov.-Tres nrss Is e.ar. 87 Ye low c, w. white on rum and b, Ily, off ear marked, HA oft rump, heart off loin 83 R d and white heifer, bath ears marked, no viibie brand If nat cl-imd. and czp'ns.s paid, to ba sold on 18h May, 1861. JOHN HAMILTON, Poundk-eppr. NOTICE. lEATIHCOTE.-No. 74, cha:nut mare, shauldl be 2K near shor der PG If not claim.ed and expenses paid, to be sold on ISch I.y,. 1864. JOHN HAMILTON, Poundk, eper. HEATaCOTE.-Impounded at Heatlihcte, 18th April, 1864, by Mr. G. Oliver, for Hugh Robetscn, E-q -Trespass .1. each. 81 White cow, C off ribs 82 White cow, brown ch-tk, C oJ ribs 83 lii.sedle an I whita hofTr clf, noia ible býrand 84 oed and white heifer calf, ears na:ked, no visible brand 85 Black and white heifer clf. ro visible bra-d S6 'White ccw near ear ica-ifd, like so or two hooks c ijo'ned near shoulde-, O C rear ribs, ( I netir b:ck-'gB...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 April 1864
MISCELLANEOUS. The young lady that kept her word has found it very useful.: Why does a bricklayer resemble a bird ? -Because he has often raised a wcing and flue. Why should you be justified in picking the pockets of a vendor of engravings? Because he has pict-ures. The youth who stole a kiss has been dis charged on condition that he will not em br.ce another opportunity. A man at a fair was asked if his horse was timid. " Not at all," said he, " lhe frequently spends the whole night by him self in a stable." The death of. a miser was lately an nounced thus-" On Friday last died, Josiah Braintree, of Bennington, at the age of ninety-eight. He retained his money to the last." A man observing. that there was. less danger from a wound on board a ship, when the sea was rough, being asked the reason, answered, " Because ont surge on comes aftrr another exceedingly fast." One of Sir Boyle Roche's childreri ask ing him one day, who was the father of George the Third, he replied, " My dar l...
OF THINGS IN GENERAL. CANTO I. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 April 1864
OF THINGS IN GENERAL. CANTO I. Wintry clouds from far and near are gath'ring, And copious showers old Pluvius pours down, Giving an impetus to blathering About our neighbours' business through -- the town; Which I'll eschew, fearful of a lathering, Resulting often in a broken crown. My text, instead, shall be gen'ral topics, Culled from either side the Line and Tropics. And precedence I'll give, then, to " hard times," Which seems to be the general complaint. Each one you meet, lugubriously whines About his troubles, to some "patron Saint," Who shows to him some arithmetic lines, Making the trembling debtor feel quite faint At thoughts of County .Courts, and vexa tions Springing from creditors' allegations. The cry in IIeathcate rages long and loud, Especianljy amongs the gold-diggers; Included in whose " harem scarum" crowd Your humble Servant, as a unit figures. Although internally he's often vowed To black his face, and join " Lincoln's Niggers." T'o hush this cry, after much ref...
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 April 1864
" NOTICES. APPraoicaIoNG MEETINGS. : SMimi'ral Ctunci;. - In, the "Town Hall at half-past 6 p.n., on .Wednesday, 4th May. HeathcoteDistrict Road Board.-Road Board Office, at 1 p.m., on Tuesday, May 2nd. Hospital.-In tho Committeo Room, on Tuesday, May 10th, at 8 p.m. Mechlanic/ Instilute.-In the Committee Room, at half-past 8 p.m., on Monday, May 9th. Managers of the Heaticote .Tot?i? and Gold-f.elds Commons.-At the Ben Novis Hotel, on Friday, May 10th. Masonic Lodge.--In the Lodge, at 8 p.m., on Friday, May 6th. Odd Fellows' Lodge.-In the Lodge Room, Victoria Hotel, on Wednesday, May 4th, at half-past Tp.m. PVBILISIED EVERY FRIDAY MORNINO. HONESTY IS THE IEST POLICY. FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1864.
(To the Editor of the M'Ivor Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 April 1864
(To the Elcitor of the JIL'lcr Times.) Sin,--When will there be another Ball ar. Pyalong ? I an waiting in the intense exnecta:tion to be present; when will it be ? Fancy the thrilling effect and romantic situation of being ushered into the Bali room " 'mid loud ceals of thunder !" Oh ! think of the sensation of being enveloped in unlimited halo's,"' got up expressly for you, regardless of expense ! What a e!:ver idea! What an effective advertisement it would make-Grand Ball at Pyalong ; ticket to admit Lady and Gentleman, in cluding Thunderstorm and Halo, 10s. Gd. Nothing could be more complete than the success of such an original idea, and make it for the benefit of the school. As I think that a most necessary institution anywhere -but particularly at Pyalong-I will take half-a-dozen tickets, and induce as many of my frienls to join in the " festivities" as possible; so get it up at once, for I am all anxiety. I am, Sir, Yours, &c., SANG FROID.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 April 1864
CoNSISTENCY is no doubt the best.tcst of political honesty we have, but it is not by any means infallible; nor does it guarantee the existence of that political'acumen which a man who aspires to represent a large number of people in Parliament ought to possess. Anyone in Parliament wh6 is ziot absolutely an idiot, or even if he were might acquire a character for consistency ; but something more is wanted, in.a country with a mixed population, where great in fluences are brought to bear -upon -the politics of tho country by two powerful parties. The ono struggling for power and patronage, and the qther ready to concedo that or anything 'elso provided reciprocal assistance is rendered to enable them them to keep intact the great southern monopoly of the nineteenth century. i There can be no doubt as to the state of public opinion on the great land question; it has not altered since the last general election, when so strong. was the fteling Supn the subject, that in spite of the bane f...
(To the Editor of the M'Ivor Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 April 1864
(To the Editor of the 3'lcoro Tines.) St?,-As " a reader of the emenations of Editors and correspondents in the local, as well as the metropolitan press," in writing to the News, under the signature of Observer,. says, "I ever endeavour to arrive at the animus by which the writers are actuated, and should I come to the conclusion that envy, hatred, or malice preponderate, I feel a shuddering dis gust." I beg to say that I can under stand the idea of a depraved taste leading a man to read of "nothing but murders, felonies, fights, &c., but I can't unlerstand Observer reading for the sole purpose of finding out the envy, malice, or hatred of writers, especially when the discovery pro duces such a serious effect upon him. But what I wish to ask is, what has our keeping the first of April in a thunder storm to do with Editorial rivalry, or with education? My account of the trip to Pyalong was almost confined to the inci dents on the road, and was substantially correct. Observer ...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 April 1864
TalE IEATICOTE CASES AT TIIE CIPCUIT Co??T.-- largaret Buxton was found guilty of stabbing James Walton, and sentenced to two month's imprisonment. Edward Evans was found guilty of the charge of burglary and shooting with intent to murder, at the Tooborac Hotel. The boy O'Brien wais discharged, and placed in the box, to give evidence on behalf of the Queen against the wretch who had induced him to assist in one of the most cowardly crimes it possible to imagine. A man who could shoot a woman in bed, when she was in the act of giving up her money to him, richly deserves hanugig. Sentence of death was recorded against him, but his Honor intimated that his life would be spared. The 'prisoner evinced no more emotion than he did in the Police Court. He was defende!cd (?) by MJr. Martleyv, who was what would be called drunk. in the case of a laborer. The B&lt;'n di no .llr,'t?'er states that Mr. Martley con ducted the examination ' in the man~ner a man w~uld who was suffering from...
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 April 1864
While inviting communicat oni on any current or interesting top:c, we wish it to he d sti:ctly and r stuod that we du not bind ourtclves to pub.ish any left. r. No:Lin:., however, will be reje-ted, if legibly written, unles tibelltouu, or too lengt?'ly for our co.umns; or unl-rs i shall appear for some other reisin that it would be manifestly ag anst the interests of or retderi to insect it. It is requested that all 'itters intndcd for publication, ~s forwa dew to t, i otiic, bcf re mtnl day on 'We need.y of ac weelk. Rejected manusa.it is not preserve .
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 April 1864
TLe price crgold is £3 13. -6d. ter ounce., IIUE.ATCTIIH MARKETS. Th. Wholesalo rrices are as folrow- - Best sillk-des ea Ficur, £25 per ton. Wheat, Ss. 1d. tr bushel Seed Wheat, 9.. Gu. ditto. frl d~, Sc.. ditto. rr,.u~, Is. ZOd. ditto. O.is [Colonl]J;. 4. 61. ,!itto. .Pri..e seod jcito. 5&8.d. ditt... Bkst cut Chaff, So. cwt. Ifay, £;i 15+. por ton. PotaCoes, £8 to £9 per to,.