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Tuesday, May 3rd, 1834. (Before Dr. Robinson, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 6 May 1864
Tuesday, May 3rd, 1834. (Before Dr. Robinson, J.P.) W. Osburne was charged with using .,busive ]anguage towards Constable Teal. Mr. Millatt appeared for defendant. Mr. Superintendent Wilson asked for a postponement, as Constable Toal was un avoidably absent on duty. Mr. Millett pointed out the Bench the hardship of the circumstances under which his client was placed, as he had witnesses in attendance who had come a considerable distance. He thought the constable should have been ready to go into the case. Mr. Wilson rose to explain. Mr. Millett did not wish it to be sup posed that he thought that the prosecutor was intentionally absent. With the consent of the defendant's attorney, Mr. Millett, the case was post poned till Saturday (to-morrow.) The Court adjourned for half an hour.
Masonic Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 6 May 1864
Masonic Lodge. Br James, W.M.; Br Hay, P.M.; Br Adamson P.M.; Br Sutherlaad, S..5 ; Br Chriaie, J.W, Br" Mclnnes, S.A.; Br cegarrth, Treasurer; Br Burch, Secretary; Br Adams, Organist; Br C. Maumfoid, J.D.; Br Wylie, Tyler;' Meet the first Friday in every month, at 8 p.m. Instruction every Sunday and Thurs day at 8 p.m.
Government Service [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 6 May 1864
Government Seroic County Court and Court of Mines. - Judge, His Honor C. ]. G. Skinner; Clerk, Mr Hogart?l Bailiff, Mr R. C. Carkeet. Sits every three months. Police Court. - Police Magistrate,. WV Willoby, Esq.; Justices of the:Feace, .Messrs Stacpoolc, Cocks, Robinson, W. H. Robertson, and' Hugh Bbbertson. Clerk of the Beachb Mr Hcgarth, Sits every day, at 11 a.m. -. Warden's Court. -- Warden,. W. Willoby,.E?sq.; Clerk, Mi Hogarth Sits when required. Gold OflBee.-Receiver, Mr Hogarth. Open every Saturday at half-past 9 a.m. Escort despatched every other Manday, At'balf-past 6 a.m. Guardian'of Minors, Mr Willoby. Agent for the Curator of Intestate Estates, and Commissioner for taking AIfidavits and Acknow. ledgements of Married Women. MTr Hogarth. Registrar or Birth,s Deaths, and Marriages, and Public Vaccinator, Dr Robinson. Police. - Superintendent, Mr B. T. Wilsoo, Serjeant, Mr O'Neil. Ponndk&eper. Mr John Hamianoc. MIini. g Surveyor, Mr B. W. aslshe. Post and Telegraph ...
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 6 May 1864
to THE WAR )0 :er Ws ;:ZEALAND. .. Sydney, onday. a Xanthe brings later Auckland It .re has been a slight skirmish at it Ia. ,o it' soldiers were wounded; a ? them dangerously. a vebel attackl was hourly expected. it wi is reported alive and unhurt. a Mlaories hoisted a white flag on the pa. Red ones were flying on the S3. e Constance, with breadstuffs from Swrma, "was off the port when the he left. ivate. advices from Taranaki to the ult.. hae come to hand. An expe i, consisting of 500 troops, with strong guns. and about 50 drays, left aaki ohrthe 19th, to destroy the crops ie 2baories. On the following day, anumbt'rs of horses were taken from elels, and sent into town. There had been some fighting, as wounded men come i. ze ofclicr commanding at Taranaki had -ere, tbe steamer Susannah Cuthbert, with soldiers and guns, had proceeded y miles along the coast to endeavour feet a :lnding, but did not succeed. nekland papers to the 20th have been ved. They state, as on good authority a ...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE PERSONAL EXPLANATION.—NORTH GIPPS LAND ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 6 May 1864
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE (From the Acge.) PERSONXL EXPLANATION.-NORTH GIFPp LAND ELECTION. Mr. EVERARD rose and said-I am obliged, Mr. Speaker, so soon after taking mv seat in this House, to make a personal explanation. i find that, in the proceed ings in the TUpper Lmouse last evening, an hon. member made the following remarks with reference to the North Gipps Laud election :-" He was informed that the gentleman who had been returned for North Gipps Land, at the time of his nomination, forwarded to the returning oilicer a cheque for £50. That cheque was subseqnently sent to the bank and was returned dishonored-(langhter)-and yet that same candidate was returned. Now, he maintained -hat this was a matter sq seriously atfecting the interests of the House as to deserve every consideration." The paper from which I quate does not leave the public in any doubt as to who the gentlenan referied to is, but plainly indicates that is I. Now, I do not care so much for myself in the matter as...
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Saturday, April 30th, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 6 May 1864
HIEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Saturday, April 30th, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M.) Charles M'Donald was charged with a breach of the Town and Country Police Act, ;n allowing his cows to wander on the Camp reserve, on the 18th of April. Mr. Millett, who appeared for defendant, proved, by the evidence of a boy who was paid by Mr. M'Donald to tadi the cows, that they had been left on the camping ground, on the opposite side of the creek, after sundown, on the evening of the 17th. Mr. Millett also submitted that the Camp .reserve is not a thoroughfare, and, there fore, the charge set forth no breach of the Act. The Bench dismissed the case. Charles M'Donald was firther charged with allowing his con-s "to wander on High street, contrary to'the provisions of the Town and Country Police Act. In cross-examining the prosecuting con stable, Mr. Millett elicited the fact that another constable bad set his dogs on to the cows and drove them on to the street. 3Mr. Millets submitted that it would be...
A STRANGE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 6 May 1864
A :TRANGE STon?.-The brig Vera -a cilly, a native vessel bringing cargo ro??,Cochino, arrived here last evening, sav "rin on board distressed seamen, who srtdbelonged to a vessel the fate of which wij it uncertain. It is, however, clear these men were found at sea in great lss off Cape Comorin, and picked up She Vera Panchally. One of the crew (the tindal) states that he was aster of a vessel called Sorna Let y, of 100 tons burden, the property of tty in Colombo. He had taken cargo chin, and was bound to this port. n near Cape Comorin she sighted a steamer advancing, propelled by . On nearing her the steamer hoisted flag which he believes to be American rs. He signalled her with the British rs that he had on board, when lo, out further ceremony, the steamer a cannon ball across her hull and ed off. The ill-fated vessel of course k immediately after, the crew saved mselves by getting into the bont, except who perished in the struggle. They e picked up -by the Vera Panchally five 's a...
ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 6 May 1864
ADELAIDE. The Governmont has published statistics which show that only 65,000 tons of bredd stuffs are available from this year's crops for exportation, instead of 80,000 as gene rally reported. Between 1,000 and 2,000 tons of flour changed hands to-day. 200 toris of Hart's brand sold for _21 per ton. To-day a largeo sale of wheat was effected at 7s. 6d. per bushel.
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 6 May 1864
REDCASTLE REEFS.L-The "Welcome,'" crushed last week, at Watson's machine, 9O tons for 33 oz. 5 dwts. The "Hit or Miss," is.looking as well as ever. O rE OcF TE PENIssoINScs.--A writ has been issued for the election of a Meinber for Villiers and:Heytsbury, in the place of Mr. Ireland. Day of nomination, May 12th; polling day, May 19th ; return of writ, Mlay '26th. . AccIDEW . -?r. Thoim?, of Wattle FIat, was thrown from" a horse on 'Tuesday last, and suffered a fraeture of 'the arm at thT elbow joint. DoGS.--Abill is now before Parliament containing a provision for imposing a regis tration fee of 5s. on dogs. THE. COUNTY COU.T.--His Honor Judge Skinner, sat yesterday till dark, when he ordered the Court to be adjourned to nine o'clock this morning. We are compelled to hold over our report of the proceedings till next publication. CauLr.c OF ExGL.a:D SomES.-W? have much pleasure in acceeding to a request of the Church of England Committee, to con vey their thanks to the ladies of Heat...
Heathcote Road Board. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 6 May 1864
Heaithcote Road board. Chairman, Mr M .ttheson; Membern, Messrs Winter, Cockc, Freeman, Morris, Robinson, and Egan. C'" :k, Mr Stephenson. Meet in their office, on the first Tuesday in every month at 3 p.m. Solicitor, Mr 21illett; Surveyor, Mr. Strong. Tzea.urer, MIr Hay.
PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS DIRECTORY. HEATHCOTE. Heathcote Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 6 May 1864
PUBLIC INSTITUTIOBS DIRECTORY. E AT C OTE. Hcathcote Borough Council. Mayor, C. Robinson, Esq.; Czs Hay, Morris, Cram n. Grant, and Ha!l. Town Clerk, Mr. T. R. l:. .h. hMeet every other Wednesday, at 3 p.., ;-i the Town Hall. Committees - Public: Worka, Legislative, and Finance, composed of the whole Council. Meet when required. Solicitor, ' r Adamson : Surveyor, vacant: Inspector of Nuisances, Constable Timothy; Inspector of Slaughter Yards, Constable Moran.
Mechanics Institution. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 6 May 1864
Mchanics Institution. President, Rev. T. Budd; Vice Presidents, Messrs. VWn der Lutr, and Rtv. W. Leishman; Hon. See., Mr Adams; Committee, Messrs Vander laft, Hay, clInnes, Thomas, Grant, Oilson. Brookes, alsop, nurze, Date, Stevenson, Law. son, and Rev. Mr. Huhghes. 'Meet on the first and third Monday in every month, at half past 8 p.m. Treasurer, Mr Crowle. Librarian, Mr Dougall. Library and , Reading open daily from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 6 May 1864
ITospital. Trustees.--Mr Jam.s Hay, Mr Edward Hall, err Adam Stacpoole. Committee, Messrs Hay (Chairman), Cunningham Keere, Edwin Adams, Dale, Sn:heriand, Von der Luft, Tierney, Carkeet, Campbell, and Crowle. Meet the second Tuesday in every month at 8 p.m. Visiting Committee-Messrs Hay (Chairman), E. Adams, Cunningham, and Keene. Meet overy Tuesday at 4 p.m. Medical Officer, Dr Robinson; Hon. Sec. Mr. Edwin Adams. Varder, Mr Cockey; Matron, Mrs CGockey.
Monday, May 2nd, 1864. (Before Dr. Robinson, J.P., and Mr. Cocks, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 6 May 1864
Monday, May 2nd, 1864. (Before Dr. Robinson, J.P., and Mr. Cocks, J.P.) Sarah Nelson, Thomas Clark, and Henry Parry were charged with being drunk and creating a disturbance, and were each fined 10s., or 24 hours' imprisonment. Debt.—J. Craven v. Adam Gibson. Mr. Adamson for complainant, Mr. Millett for detendant. Mr. Craven sought to recover the sum of £3 19s., for goods sold and delivered. The Bench made an order for £3 10s. 6d.
GREAT DESTRUCTION OF SHEEP BY FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 6 May 1864
GREAT DESTRUCTION OF SHEEP BY Floods.-A gentleman, who this week arrived in Maitland from some distant stations to the northward, reports a great loss of sheep by the foods in the Moonie River; as many as 20,000 are stated to have been swept away from the stations of one gentleman, and 2,000 to have been lost in the same manner by another. Let us hope that later news may prove the loss to he less than at present represented.--Mait land Mercury, April 25.