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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 May 1864
heSIiINESS DIRECTORY. ITE COTE HOTEL, High street, Heathcote - U. 3 " ES HAY, proprietor., ic, f COTE FLOUR MILL, -nning or. TMJm~ E IOWLE, Builder and U. lertaker n: :taee?zncntal Bank, Heathcote. ,is fOH1 VC ANT, Blacksmith, Hear . has t.?'oar Agricultural Implement,: ays, WGhe ahf , :Blacksmith's and Mining Tools, tc &c. Sh oing and Jobbing executed with the i, utmnoat c}je and dispatch. 56 68 Tt 1 IVRUSON, Teacher of Music, Heathcote ;:5 63 65 SMF RS. ROW, Tuscan, Straw, and fancy. Hat, , IL s:aa?i B nnet Maker. Dyeing, cleaning, and alterinýi lt&the present. fashion. Opposite the irr Oas:dOB ie, High Streer, Heathcote. 56 68 o? rRS KING 3Milliner and Draper, Alma House Higiehstreet, Heathcoto 53 65 e: ToIVOR :TIMES offeice, next Dr. Robioson, ci .L :High street, Heathcote. at HIIJPi ORLEMAN, Bui'der and Contractor, ? ,natidaey, near Sandhurst. - c. 54 67 '?1OMA CRAVEN, Storekeeper, Wine and i I' . SpitMerchant, nearly opposite Telegraph to and P ot oflices, Heat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 May 1864
AWli POST OFFICE, HEATITCOTE. SABBIrVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TE MA.ILS. Tie tiaesrnppointed for the arrival and depar trre of the Itai!s in Eeat:h:oe f r 1864, are as u.,ter: From Blelour-ne, Sandhurst, Wild Duck Creek. and Ax-dt le dai y. Monday excepted. at 5 an.m. Clo es for despatch daily, Sunday excepted, at 1 p.m. From Coeterfield. Redcastle, Wbroo, Rushworth an Murchison, every Monday, Wednesday, and FriJav. at 2 p.m. Closes f r despa'ch on Mon day, Wednesday, and FPiday, at 6 p.m. From Kilmore and Pyklrng, every Motdty, Wednesday, and Priday, at 5 30 p.m. Closes for despatch every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 6 p.m. From K~yneton, Mia Mit, a d Barfold every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 8.30 p.m. Closesfordesp.tch for Melb.urne, via Kyneton, Barford. andti is Mia on Monday, Wednesday, sad Friday, at 2 p.m. Receivij Boxes-Mr. J. Dougall's. High-,treet Cleared daLy, Sunday excepted, as 12.45 p.m. Mr. Renwick's, Argyle Gully. Clea:ed dai3j, Sunday excepted, at 12.45 p.m. ...
REDCASTLE POLICE COURT. Wednesday, May 18th, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 May 1864
REDCAST'LE POLICE COURT. Wednesday, May 18th, 1864. (Before MIr. Willoby, P.M.) Queen v. Thomas Phillips. The prisoner was charged with s'ealing a grey horse, the property of a man named Luckrono vitch. It appeared from the evidence that the prisoner was drunk, saw a grey horse in the bush, and mistook it for the property of his master, Mr. Clarke, with whom he bad to be at work at 12 o'clock that night. lie jumped on the animal's back, and was taken to the tent of the prosecutor, the bell round the horse's neck ringing all the way, and Phillips was given in charge for stealing the horse. Case dismissed. Illegally Using a Horse.-Same cam plainant and defendant. This case was dismissed also.
Masonic Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 May 1864
Ma7sonic Lodge. Br James, i.31.; Br lay, P.M.; Br Adamson P.M1.; Br Sutherland, ;..V1 ; Br Chris ie, J.W, Br McInnes, S.A. ; Er Hr",r.b, Treasurer; Br Burch. Secretary; Br Aams, Organist ; Br C. lMumfoid, J.D.; Br Wylie, Tyklr; Meet the first Friday in erery month, at 8 p.m. Instruction every Sunday and Thurs day at 8 p.m.
Thursday, May, 19th 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 May 1864
Thursday, May, 19th 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M.) Neglect of Duty.-B. W. Walsh v. Mary Molloy. Mr. Adamson for com plainant, Mr. MiIlett fur defendant. Defendant was ordered to forfeit 5s., a sum said to have been paid for cleaning out a room after defendant left DMr. Walsh's service. Wages.--Mary Molloy v. B. W. Walsh, £15. Defendant had paid £13 5s. into Court, which, he said, was the amount due. The disputed balance was the amount of freight on complainant's luggage from Melbourne. The Bench made an order for £14, and 2s. 6d. costs. N~eglect of Duty.--Horsburgh v. Cos grave. Defendant was ordered to forfeit 5s., or two days' imprisonment. Wages.-Cosgrave v. Horsburgh. .Complainant sued defendant for £18, being six month's wages. Defendant had only been in Horsburgh's employ three weeks and left on his own accord. Dismissed.
Government Service [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 May 1864
Goventmcnt Servic County Court and Court of Mlines. - Judge, His Honor C. B. G. Skinner; Clerk, Mr Hogarth Bailiff, Mr R. C. Carkeet.. Sits every three months. Police Court. - Police Magistrate, W. Willoby, Esq.; Justices of the Peace, Messrs Stacpoole, 'Cocks, Robinson, W. H. Bobertson, and Hugh Boberison. Clerk of the Bench, Mr Hogarth, Sits every day, at 11 a.m. Warden's Court. - Warden, W. Willoby, Esq.; Clerk, Mr Hogarth Sits when required. Gold Ofice.-Receiver, Mr Hogarth. Open every Saturday at half-past 9 a.m. Escort despatched .every. other Monday, at hal-past 6 a.m. Guardian of Minors, Mr Willoby. Agent for the Curator of Intestate Estates, and Commirsioler for taking Adidavits and Acknow. ledgements of Mairried Women, lfr Hogarth.; Registrar of Bir; h, Deaths, and ~1arriages, and Public Viaccinator, nD Robinson. Police. - Superintendent, Mr B. T. Wilson, Serjeant, Mlr O'Neil. Poundkeeper. IMr John Hamilton. 3liqi ,g Surveyor, Mr B. WV. Walshe. Post and Telegr;aph Oices. -...
HEATHCOTE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, 17th May, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 May 1864
IEATICOTE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, 17th iMaay, 1864. Present- The chairman, and Messrs. Cocks, Egan, Freeman, and Dr. Robinson. This was a special meeting held for the purpose of taking into consideration several matters upon which it was necessary to ob tain the report of the Engineer, and to re ceive tenders for the Pyalong bridge. A memorial from the inhabitants of Red castle, asking for a sufficient sum to be ex pended in the township and neighborhood to meet the urgent requirements in the re moval of the stimps from the street, cutting drains, and erecting culverts, &c., was, pre sented by Mr. McKee. A memorial was read from the inhabitants of Costerfield and Tooborac, asking that the bridge about to be erected by the Board, may be constructed at the Saw Mills. WILD DUCK CREEK BRIDGE. The Engineer reported that a bridge with a span of 90 feet, and 20 feet in width could be constructed for £228, a cheaper bridge could be built a little higher up the creek. The repor...
AN EXPLORING EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 May 1864
AN EXPLORING EXPEDITION. Dr. Robinson stated at the meeting of of the Road Board, that Mr. Walsh had informed him that he had discovered a new track to Costerfield which, in corn parison with the old route rit Mlillhaven, would save one and a half miles in the journey. The Chairman of the Board said he would like to see it. 'Mr: Edwin Field was asked if he thought it possible that Mr. Walsh knew a good and shorter track. ,Mr. Field said, "'I know Mr. Walsh's track, as you call it, we have occasionally tried it, for a great length of time; in fact, it is a track we made ourselves." Upon this, the Chairman of the Road Board, Mr. Matheson, Dr. Robinson, mayor of the Borough, and Mr. Hay, Treasurer to the Road Board, said, "Let us go and see the track." Mr. Edwin Field volunteered to act as guide, and a gentleman on a visit to 3Mr. Hay, said he would like go through the undiscovered portion of the country, and lie would, with pleasure, make one of the party. .Mr. Henry Furze went out as...
Monday, May 16th, 1864. [?]efore Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Mr. Cocks, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 May 1864
as 3Eon iy, May 16th, 1884. ;hefoe' i.r.:, Willoby, P.M., and Mr. S i' Cocks, J.P.) i~ Aih PofL as brought up on remand, arged iwith burglary and larceny. to The evidnce taken on Saturday was s. ad overiaind Thomas Craven, recalled, id on ;obath, in answer to questions from irl r. Wilson--The silver and gold was in a , I or drawer in the box; there was also bme sillve taken out of the till in the ore. i Isabella Graven, wife of previous wit st as, .said'-I think I saw the prisoner the ,r ty before the robbery, but I can't swear a it; the robbery took place on the 4th -sat. (Witness enumerated the articles e olen.) '~he silver taken from the till nnsisted of three two-shilling pieces, some illings,? and four threepenny pieces, and ere might have been a fourpenny piece, td a littir brass buttton; it is a small ass'button which I cut off the children's s ess; itthie ire in it is bent; I am positive e button produced is the cne taken from ae till;)- cannot say what the -value of e prope...
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 14th, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Dr. Robinson, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 May 1864
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT.. Saturday, May 14th,. 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Dr_ Robinson, J.P.) Ah Pok was charged with lurglary and larceny. Mr. Millett appeared for the prisoner. Thomas Craven sworn, said-I am a storekeeper residing at Heathcote; I know the prisoner; I remember the 4th inst.;, on that night I was at home at half-past eleven; on the following morning Mrs. Craven called my attention to a box in the bedroom, it had been broken open; the window in the sitting-room was open; on examining the box I discovered that a robbery had been committed; there are four small drawers in the box, and they were emptied and lying on the top of the clothes; I gave information to Superin tendent Wilson of the robbery; in the !-r.vers there were two gold watches, five silver watches, and three colonial gold chains; one of the chains had a hand with a diamond set in the knuckle; there were also one gold Prince Albert guard, with gold seals and keys attached, one gold locket in the ...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 May 1864
MIEETING OF THE B.saEnS.-A meeting of the Bakers of HIeathcote was held on Saturday night last, at the Victoria Hotel, for the purpose of considering the necessity of advancing the price of bread in propor tion with the late rise in the price of flour. There were present Messrs. Stephens Lewis, Currie, and Drewitt. A proposition was made for advancing the price of the 41b. loaf from Is. to Is. 2d. A leagthened discussion ensued with regard to the long dozen of 14 supplied to stores and boarding houses, it being the general opinion that the storekeepers ought to be satisfied at the present price of bread, with 13 to the dozen, and in order to keep the price down as much as possible, it was unanimeously re solved, that at the (then) price of flour, thirteen-pence be the price of the fcnr pound loaf, and that no long dozens be given to anyone, except storekeepers, and in no case is more than thirteen to the dozen to be given to them, and in no instance is a dis count to be allowed upon...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 May 1864
PUBLISHEIx EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY. FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1864. THE last meeting of the Road Board was of a far more lively description than its prede cessors have been for some time past. This may no doubt be attributable to the fact that the time is drawing near for the annual election. The esteemed favors of the in habitants of Redcastle find spirited bidders. Mr. Freeman had taken the trouble to re duce to writing the wants of the place, and before he could read them to the Board, Mr. Cocks urged the consideration of a memo rial asking for a sum of money to be ex pended in removing the stumps from High street, and on other work; and thus the wind was taken out of eMr. Freeman's sails by Mr. Cocks, who had actually promised to take the chair at a public meeting, which was called to remind him of his duty as a member of the Board. Poor MIr. Freeman " took a back seat ;" the hope of support from Redcastle appears to have vanished, as he sat down without having pr...
UNITED TOWN AND GOLD-FIELD COMMONS. Wednesday, May 18th, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 May 1864
UNITED TOWN AND GOLD -iLBLD COMMONS. Wetdnes.day, M1ty 18th, 186-. Present-Messrs Thomas (in the Chair), Townsend, Steedman, Bramble, M?'Kay, and Furze. Mr. Furze proposed, and Mr. Bramble seconded, that Mr. Millett he appointed Socilitor to the Managers for the next twelve months, and that he be paid a re taining fee of one guinea. Carried. Mr. Stephenson, the late collector, re gistrar, &c., had written to say that he would not pay the money belonging to the Managers into the bank, until his claim has been satisfied. Mr. Stephenson on a for mer occasion threatened to sue the Mana gers for six months salary. Mr. Steadman proposed, and Mr. Towns end seconded, that the chairman defend any action that Mr. Stephenson, the late clerk, may bring against the managers. Carried.
Heathcote Road Board. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 May 1864
JIcathcole Road Board. Chairman. Mr 1M ttheson; Memberr, iMessrs Wintrer, Cocks. Frerman, !Merris,. Itobinorn, and Egan. Clerk, Mr Stephenson. Meet in their office, on the first Tuesday in every month at 3 p.m. Solicitor, Mr Millctt; Surveyor, Mlr. Strong. Tzea.urer, Mr Ifay.