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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 3 June 1864
While nuviting cammunicat on, oo any eirr'ntor interenting top e; we wi:h it to ke d stisetly und.r stood that we d) not bind oursetres to pub ish any lettr. Notting. however, wilt be rejeced, if legibly written, unles libellou-, or too lengthly for our columns; or unlles i shall appear forsomo other reason that it would be manifestly uganst the interests of our readers to insert it. It is reques:ed hat ?li Irters intended for publication, te for'a-ded to ttia olffie bef re mid d.y on We fnrsdty of ach week. Rejected manuse iht is not preserved.
A CONVICT'S "DAY OUT." [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 3 June 1864
A CosvcrT's "DAY OUT."--In the "Times' of Saturday the circnmstances were stated under which a female inmate of Wakefield Gao!, who lately was sen tenced to sii years' penal servitude, escaped on the previous Wednesday from that es tablishment. Although she had taken with her a child two years old, to which she had given birth in a workhouse which she robbed. she managed until Monday evening to elude all the vigilance which was biought to bear for the purpose of her recapture. About midnight, howlever, on Monday two of the Leeds detectives chal lenged a woman who was carousing in the dram-shop at the Prince of Wales Inn in that town, with being the escaped convict., and she at once admitted the truth of their suspicions, adding, " I've had my day out, and I don't care." It appears that before she left the gaol she wrote on a slip of paper lying on the matron's table, ".It's my day out to-morrow." When appre-. hended on Monday night she had only very inferior clothing on, and neither...
THE ADVENTURES OF A BLOCKADE RUNNER. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 3 June 1864
THE ADVENTURES OF A BLOC KADE RUNNER. By the arrival of the Canard steamer Canada we are put in possession of the details connected wish the loss of the. steamer Vesta, Captain Eustace. The in cidents are obtained from a.. Confederate officer, who was a pasenger 'in the Vesta from Bermuda. The-Vesta left Bermuda on the 3rd inst. For seven days she was chased over the seas by a number of Fede ral eruisers; but succeeded inm eluding them, and on the 10th inst. made the coast in the vicinity: of Wilmington.. Being. com pelled to lay to, she was descried by a Federal cruiser, which gave chase, and in half an hour more eleven mortar vessels were bearing down upon the suddenly dis covered craft. The Vesta, although appa rently surrounde.l, ran the gauntlet in splendid style. Some of the cruisers at tempting.to cr ss her bows, brit she was too rapid for this manoeuvre; and;,at half a mile distance some of the cruisers opened. their broadsides upon her, while five others were continually us...
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 3 June 1864
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. ,?mwid.a7 Cwueil. - In the Town Hall, at half-past 6 p.m., on Wednesday, June 8th. Heatheote Distrit Roil Borrd.-Road Board Ofice, at 1 p.m., on Tuesday, .Tune 7th. Hlo.?'ttal.-In the Committee Room, on Tuesday, Juno 11th, at 8 p.m. lMechanii:i' Ilshtitutie.-Tn the Committee Room, at half-past 8 p.m., on Monday, June 6th. 3i'.iaweirs of the ?Ir.~aheat'oe I Twcn rr ai Gn7od-icl'se Commons.-At the Ben Nevis Hotel, on. Tuesday, June 7th. 3Masoni, Lodge.-In the' Lodge, at 8 p.m., on Friday, June 3rd. Odd. Filor.s' Lodr.-In tho Lodge Room, Victoria Hotel, on Wednesday, 15th June, at half-past 7 p.m. PUBLISHED "YVERY FRIDAY MORNINO. HONESTT' IS THE BEST POLICY. FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1864.
[?]EMAORI CHIEFS SPECULATION AND HOW IT HAS TURNED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 3 June 1864
ti. M RIb CHIEFS SPECULATIOT ese D?'?D1OW IT HAS TURNED OUT. Sloieo our resders may remember a ,n oV£-Iew Zealanders who appeared a ij:f,"London on several occasions ' `.They were originally fourteen i mb , nall natives of the province of Sr?Iand, and were either chiefs of sub a iions of tribes, or allied to chiefs. ey were of the Ngapnhi, which is one the higlest caste, and has always been ed thful to the British Crown. Soon after 'm ir arrivA-here, in May last, they were sea ent?i'd the Queen, who became at nsorco tho child of one of them. They ra re also '?eceived by tha Prince and ra inees'of.Wales, the Duke of Cambridge r d others?'iCircumstances have made it' ,t cess~rythat the facts relating to their lit tithi e untry should be laid before e publie, and this has been done by Mr. C. S1dicy ;Kynnersley, police magistrate Birrii ham, in a letter to the Daily est. :irar Kynnersley writes :-" In rbruary -1863, they, with five others r?n of whmi- has permanently left the uty);, Jir...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 3 June 1864
ANOTHEm s6ssion of Pailiament has' been brought to a close, and we are, in many respects, where we were at the commence ment. - * The land question is still-as useful as political stock, as ever itjwaM, and it will no doubt again beconme at the general clec tion, the great bone of contention, for which, thanks to the Uiper House are due. The members of that house in obstructing legis lation on this point,- places most effctive .weapons in the hands of their opponents, and although they "once bribed those en trusted by the people to wield those weapons. they cannot surely be able to buy up every Assembly ; yet the position assumed by them, warrants the belief that they think they can do so. When we look back upon the work of the present Parliament, we confess our inability to discover any cause for congratulatiox; it is true that some very good' and useful measures have been passed into la', but not sufficient to counterbalance the evils which have been perpetrated. The most prominen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 3 June 1864
3SBINESS DIRECTORY. .e hac ITe ZTI OTE HOTEL, High street, Heathcote purity ~-?JMES HAY, proprietor. - Df ljic, orb f A ý-COTE FLOUR :ILL, enning neor. 2 "65 turn ' TA ?.ROWLE, Builder and Undertaker ea? t?icntal Bank, Heathcote. If tt iii. T `GRANT, Blnacksmirh, Heathcote, has rte , 1e,' Agricultural Implements, Drays, edis e~ws, Blacksmith's and Mining Tools, ils, .&c:.; boing and .Jobbing executed with the ,u tC untest eare and dispatch. 56 68 O`nt , Oi :O.11 ,S' SON. Teacher of Music, Heathcote re the . EOl.56 53 65 S OW, Tuscan,. Straw, and faicy TIst ,L .an: 'B?: net Maker. Dyeing; cleaning, and ilteri at,, the present fashion. Opposite the i' -s wqv' O(ge, High Str eet, Heathcote. 56 68 ?l[$? L 'NG Milliner and Draper, Alma House ?ite .l'.?$h street, Heathcoto . ... 53 65 rreet 1ircYVfR TIMES office, next Dr. Robinson, t tl iIgh street, Heathcoteo mer.e art, .1 IP.LWpRLEMAN, Bui!der and Contractor. tfc n ?Inieley, near. Sandhurst. 54 67 sis lO_&S CRAVEN, Store...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 3 June 1864
On and after 23rd Ju', the following rates of Poatage will be ?rh geale° upon Lettmrs. for she UTaied Kindom via jliraeilles:-Not' exceeding half an ounce, tenpence (10d.) ; exceedins half an ,uace but not exceding an cunce, one shilling and eightpence (If. 8d?);; above one ounce but rot exe-eding two unces, three ehil ings and fou" resce (3s. 4d.); abuve two ounces but not ex etd i" g three ounces bfiv shillings (5=.) Every cunt e after the first, one s'il itg and eights ence (Ic. id.) L. 3I'IN ES, Post Office, Heatheote. Ju;v 23, 1863.
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 3 June 1864
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARB1VAL ANS DEYARTURE OF THE MAIIN. The :ims appointtd for the arrival anrl depar. taro of the Maia in Heath;oe f r 1864, are as under: From Irelbourne, Sandhurst, Wild Duek Creek. sad Axedble daily, 3[nuday excepted. at 5 a.m. Cloaes for despatch daily, Sunday excepted, at I p.m. From Cowterfuid, IRed, e tle, Wbroo, Rushwor-. ana Murelison, every Mon.ay, WednWday, and Fridav, at 2 b m. Closes f.r- despa'ch on Mon day, "Wede esday, and Friday. at 6 p.m. From Kilhume and Pyaflnr, every Morday, Wednesday, and. F:iday, at 5 30 p.m. 'l.-ses far deqpatch every Mon 'sy, Wednesday, and Friday, at 6 p.m. From Kynrton, Mia Mia, avd Barfold every Tnesa?y, 'Thursdav, and Sat?rday at 8.30 p.m. Closes for despatch for Me:bourne, via Kynetion. Barford. and 'lia Miia on Monday, Wedne-day, andFriday, at 2 n.m. Beceivieg Boxes-Mr. J. Daugall's. HiAh-street Cleared daily, Sunday exceo'ed. at 12.45 p.m. Mr. Penwiek's, Ar:-yle Gualy. . Clea ed daily, Sunday exc4-p'e, at 12.45 p....
A WAR INCIDENT AT PLYMOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 3 June 1864
A WAR INCTDENr AT PLYStOUtI'. Anr awt ard interrence with the usual routine of commerce, consequent upon the present war in Denmark. is now occurring at Plymouth. On Friday last the fine Bremen barque Java, 719 tons. Capt. Tehle, from Batavia with a cargo of rice, pit into Plymouth for orders. On Sunday the Niels Juel, Danish frigate, also arrived at the port. On Wednesday, the frigate after having coaled up, proceeded to sea at about 8 a.m.; steaming full power to S.W. About 2 p.m. on the same day;,Captain Tehle, believing his formidable antagonis? had gone off to the chops of the Chantrel, got underweigh to steal up Channel He had, however, hardly got ahreast of the Bolt Head, when he found the Niels Juel was attempting a ruse. She had gone out of sight to the S.W., and then bore up Channel, and when discovered by the Java was fast bearing down upon her. 'Captain Teble immediately. tacked and returned to port, the frigate having lost . the Java for the present .by over:eagerness. ...
CAPTURE OF THE TUSCALOOSA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 3 June 1864
CAPTURE OF TE TUSCOALOOSA. (From the Ccpe Town Argus of January G.) Sinee the departure of the mail steamer Cambrian on the 21st of December, the most interesting event that has occurred has been the se;zure, by the Government, under orders from home, of the Confeds. rate cruiser Tuscaloosa, formerly the Federal bark Conrad. The Tuscaloosa, which was in Simon's Bay rather more than three months ago, returned to that port on Saturday, December 26. Lieu tenant Lowe, her commander, reported that since her last visit the Tuscaloosa hadl been cruising between the Cape and Brazil, and had spoken nearly 100 vessels. But of that number only one happened to he a Federal. That one was the ship. Living Age,, which, having an English cargo on board, was released on giving a bond. During her cruise the. Tuscaloos& pat into one of the Brazilian ports f r water and supplies, but was refused both, in consequence of which her crew are said to have been placed upon short allowance. Lieutenant...
POCKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 3 June 1864
PoCKETT.-A certain doctor had his portrait taken in his favourite attitude- with bis hands in his pockets. His friends and patients all-went to see it, and every body. exclaimed, " Oh, how like the origi nal! It's. the .very picture of-: him." ".Taint likehim,'' .said an .old . farmer "Just show. us where it is not ilke him," said "they,- "''ain't-no, 'tain't," replied the;farmer; "don'tjryou see he's got his hands in his pockets ? :'Twould be as like againif he had his hands in somebody o'se'81 " "
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. IMPORTANT ENGAGEMENT AT WANGANUI BETWEEN FRIENDLY NATIVES AND THE REBELS. EIGHTY REBELS KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 3 June 1864
THE WAR NEW ZEALAND. IMPORTANT ENGAGEMENT AT WAN GANUI BETWEEN FRIENDLY NA TIVES AND THE REBELS. EIGHTY REBELS KILLED. We extract the following from an extra of the Wanganui Chronicle of the 15th May : Very important intelligence arrived this molning at three o'clock, from. Ranana (London), the place 'at which the Govern ment natives were posted in order to inter cept the party threatening to attack this settlement. Full particulars have not yet been received, but so far as they have come by way of letters to MIr. White and to the Putiki natives, they will be found below. It appears that the tauns, or attacking party, had, according-to their expressed intention, begun the descent of the river, notwith standing the warning of the Government natives that if they came near them theyl would be attacked. The Putiki nativee have it, that their coming to an island be tween Tawhitenui and Ranana, two pas only a shot distance from each other, would be considered as the signal for an attack o...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 3 June 1864
SYDNEY. The Rotuna from Feejee, reports the capsizing of the ship All Serene, offFeejee, twenty-one lives wern- Iost, including the captain and mate. The Rotunabrings seventeen of the crew and passengers. The captain went mad in consequence of the disaster, and died two days after, the re mainder reached Feejee on a raft. The Master of the Montrose has been committed for triM, charged with the abdnc tion of a young immigrant girl.
Saturday, May 28th, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Mr. Cocks, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 3 June 1864
Saturday, May 2811a, 1864. (Before -Mr. Willoby, P.31., and Mr. Cocks, J.P.) Edward Cameron was charged by Micbael Shanahan with being the owner of a sav:ge dog, which he allowed to run at large, and which bit complainant's.child. The Bench awarded 30s. damages, and defendant was fined 20s. and 2s. 6d. costs. Rebecca Richards was =found guilty of petty larceny and senteneed to 14 days' imprisonment with hard labor. [I. - Johhston charged with receiving receiving stolen property was discharged.