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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 25 June 1863
NEWS AGENCY$ Stationer, Bookseller, & News Ageiit, AdjoninIn Alechan"ie' Inlsitute, and opposift Afount Ida hotel. A reguidr a pl of all the English and; colonia Newspageis and - - ~' 2lagazitnes. POSTA'L RECEIVLNE O .. THE TIlE8 MND RODNEY ADVERTISER * ; IWill be Pubuisjed EVERY THURSDAY DORNING. -ruo d mmncisn IAP L , 1863 164.0. .k Adva.ic paal Avne A. : N O T:; T I ,1 Subec`ber-s and t1: -pubooare_ p ^ /_norm, trhefrets r'lqn~er.eof-ae.ifcIVOR T1IMES whill terhnat 'ON' Y.=42 3 ST-ANT ,;st i: eaoth;c ^ --June 25th 1863-: * Tim eý& o·fi , ....... 44 WHOLESALE AND RETAL GOER, CORN AND FLOUR DEALER, WI?NE& sPIRIT P IVERCHA;NT,! ... . ' +, + lr .. 01 :opj oaite Survey Ofefi, H.teaahcote. , . rI' 7 L:::7 +: 7 ::? IT E, .the undersigned;,hereby give no V etice, that after the lapse of seven days from the date hereof, we will leave with the Warden of the Mining Division of McIvori, an application fr a e. Golda Mining Lease, the particulars whereof are .iereun-. d...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 25 June 1863
BYnox has said " that when things are at their worst, they sometimes mend:" and we cannot conceive any thing worse, in the way of politics, than our present position; consequently we think itimpossible to make a change in the Government that would not be-an improvement. The country has not only been subject to the injurious effects of imbecility in some members of the Govern ment, but every means that could be de vised by the most artful characters, have bee( used against her: the present Govern ment and their agents have made use of every fallacy that was ever thought of by Jeremy Bentham. Their friend had endeavoured to depreciate the credit of the country by communicating falsehoods to the London Times. "t is tha aem0 C_?, wirt\' Victori and, the ten dency of the people to repudiate," he said, " that creates a feeling of insecurity in the minds of those parties holding Victorian Government debentures ;" and this cry was raised when the Cabal now in power were employing every mean...
RAPID MULTIPLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 25 June 1863
S APID AIULTIPLIOATION.- - Two Frenei Cana diin ladies, Madlneo Dagenais and Madame 'Laurin, istere, have just celhbrated the :lf*ieth anniver.ary of theilr marriage. 'Thly a re the daughters of ier Lenny DIlolme, 'who it the time ot his death, in 1849, halid a posterity of 225 ch?ldren aiad grandchildrei alive Another similar instance of rapid multiplication i~supplied .-by thd family of Madame Rosalie Gagne Talbot, " ywho di.d last month nt St. kierre, Ri'iere du End. near Qeebvc. ~bhe was married at the age of Sfourteen, and died at seev tv-eighlt, having hsad aevinteen chil.ren, and at the time if her death an addition of 188 grand and great-grand children, all alive, all of thum in er sy circumstancea, and soine rich. Iftheoffspring of twelve patriarcks on y increased at this Canadian rate, it would not "take a great many yars for it to number millions. News of the World. . At one a.m. of the lst inst., the Wonga Wongea - being distant from Kine George's Sound about 130 anile',...
LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 25 June 1863
: t, di; 1STESBT DATES. Lol . .. April 27 )o (by felegrop) . . ay 4 &merica- . ew York ... .. .. April 14 - S. n EalnFrancisco (via Sydney) : . April S0 :Cape of Good Hope ., ...''!; .. I: ay 4 Celombo . a I. My 16 Singapore ...M... ; .. .. May 7 Bonombay , . ....;... ay 14 3Madra&s . . T May 11 Calcutta: M. ....i ··-i: lay 8 S. ? ?iti .. . . . ... Aril 25 China .l.apglai ....April18 :.tiong ?ong A.' . ...: April 15 Australln Coblonea , Syrineys :?.-..;. 3:, . : .. ... June 19 . Br?b-?t e ;. :un..e. P. .. . June 13 .:". . -lRockhalpton : : ;. . : ... Jine 10 Adelaide %.. . ... ... iJuie &7 ; un tL an-reston :; . ...... . J:. . une 18 : B?ubart ofwn , ?.... :I'-'. .. June18 ??r: iethr ( .) .J -.. ... June 4 - ewZealand~ u: n *n * . June 1S nu oercargll .. tk n: ** June 18 Wellington .June 2 Auckland .. .. June 4 tangani.. . ... .. ..June 4 Cianterbury .. June 6
Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 25 June 1863
Several par'ties'of tributors are ready to crush at the Caledonia Reef, but are wait ing until the batteries are repaired. We understand that a good crushing is ex pected as soon as they get the necessary heads for the stamps. It ·iva-rported in' town that the reef in Potter and Co.'s claim, on the Phoinix, had run out. -.e do not Imow what the parties 7liai-iieT, who6 circulated the repbrt, but we are in a position to contradict it. Our reporter virited the claim on Tuesday, and just as he arrived the partSy were raising from. the haf· t a large block of quartz, weighing between one and two ewt. It was broken in his prehsence, aecd gold was seen in almost every piece of the stone, In fact the Phenmix is undoubtedly the most pro mising reef in the Heatheote district. Messrs Potter and Co. are sinking a new shaft abreast 6f the one they are how work: ing, to catch the reef at about 70 feet. Jophnny Stewart has found a new reef, but we do not know how it -is likely to shape. :'Iverson...
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 25 June 1863
"We see6be-adveitisement that; a: comr ?Robert Wilson, at the Heatheote Hotel, on Mdnday evening next; and we feel sure that all classes ?will- attend as- an ac kno'wldgement of their appreciationof the readiness with which he hasalways.give~n his-assistance in the many entelrtainments that have been given at'thq Heathcote for charitable purposes. 'His first appearance on the stage \Was for the purpose pf raeising funds for the Hospitil, nd we dlare say, he little thought at that time, thht he woulh attain his present pi'oficiency and he oble .to convulse a 'whole house .with lauIghter by his excessively humourous gestures and exquisite " get tip;" the broad phlntation grin, with his mouth from ear to there, and sometimes farther. -He hlas gided in o the profession without knowing it himself, and--has - become a first rate delineator ofplaitation'life in the sunny south. We have ofteni been astonished at'the piecision and rapid -execution of time, with which he :?accompanies, the 'm...
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 25 June 1863
* NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINOS. S1 ,nicipal Cotncil.--In the Council Chamber, at 3 p.m., on Wednesday, July Sth. Heathcote aud TVaranga District Road Board.-In their offices, Emeu Hotel, at 3 p.m., on Tuesday, July 7. Hospital.-In the Committee Room, at 8 p.m., on Friday, June 26th. ' Mechanics' Institute.-In the Committee Room, at half-past 8 p.m., on Monday, June 29. Masohic Lodge.--In the Lodge, at 8 p.m., on Friday, July 5.
LATER NEWS FROM AMERICA, VIA SAN FRANCISCO. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 25 June 1863
.LATER NEWS 'Fno~c A1MERI&OA, VtA . AN. FRANCISCO. . - (From the Argus .Telegramn.) SYDNEY, Monday. The Shawmut, from San Francisco, brings news to thle 29th April. The prospects of the Federals were much bi'ihteiP than at the dates hrought by last mail. rThe Confederate force that threatened Forter had retreated. More Union gun-hoats had successfully run the Vicksburg batteries, increasin'g Farra'gut's force to eleven vessels, of whlch two are rams. He had recaptured the Queen of the'West and the Indiandla, and opened communication with General Banks by the Opelonsas Railway. The damage to the iron-clads was less than -was expected, and thir -decks were plated with iron, ready for a new attack. . The ConFedeiates 'tiied to raise the Keokuk, sunkic off Charleston, 'but the Federals further damaged her. Union troops had advanced to Fanquir country, in Virginia. .Van Dorn attacked the Federals at Franklin,: bnt was defeated, and re treated. . The accounts rioin Vicksburg are c...
COMING ROUND BY DEGREES. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 25 June 1863
OOMING: ROUND lIB DEGREES. We are told in the "Sperk" of Saturday last,." thatour. Court House on the hill is ii' a 'dangerous state; and that in the opinion of competent judges, the walls have given notice of.motion ;.and that it is a disgrace to the Township ;" but werepiint in extenso the leading article referred to: " The present state of our 'Court House on the hill,.is not only. a -disgrace, to the Tdwnship, bi~t inits present state is abe solutely dangerous. Within the last week a mateial change has taken place in the state of its walls, which have bulged out, nouwnsnsauuaiugb-'to munerous-props- by which they havre been attempted to be sup ported; and.on examination by a compe tent judge yesterday, 'the opinion given by him was, that the walls are in such a state that they'.might fall -at any moment, and that in its present condition it was not safeo for persons to remain in the building. Surely :this ought to urge the authorities at oncb to press on the completion of the ne...
(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH, FROM OUR MELBOURNE CORRESPONDENT.) Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 25 June 1863
(BY ELECTRIC TELEGSRAPII, FROM OUR 1MELBOU RNE CORRESPONDENT.). - Wediesday evening. Mir M'Culloch has partially succeeded in forming a Cabinet, composed of Messrs Fellows, Heales, Higginbotham, and Matthewv Hervey. Overtures were pmade. to Mr Michie, which are not yet completed. Dr Owens is spoken of as Postmaster-General, having charge of mining matters: It is believed that the Ministry n ill be completed to-morrow. Altliough every one in Albuly has been long since prepared for the no nouncement of the discovery of a gol, field(l in the immediate vicinity of the tw\in, still the statement that a payable reef hat been struck about four miles out caused agood deal of excitement on Tuesd:ay and Wednesday last. For some months atn. a German, named Kolp, with some, mates. have been sinking iunlder the Th:ck Range, and it now appears that afl'tel going down 130 feet, and twentyv-on feet, they come upon a ieef at the d'ptlh of twelve feet only, not more then thirty yards from the 130 fee...
DEFEAT AND RESIGNATION OF THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 25 June 1863
DEFEAT AND RESIGNATION OF THE -IINISTRY. On Fridiay night Ministers were defeated on iMr Dutffy's motion to go into committee to consider resolutions imposing an assess ment on Stock. The folloowing is the division list : The numbers were For the motion ... --... ... 26 Against it ... ....-,.. ... 42 Majority against the Govein ment ... ... ... -. 1i6 AYES. 'Mir Anderson Mr. Levey: - Aspinall --Levi - Cathie --'Loader - Cummins Dr Mackay - Dufly Mr? M'Mahon Dr Evans - Morton Mr Haines -'Nicholson - Hood - O'Grady - Humffray - O'Shanassy - Ireland - Smith, A. J. --- Johnstb - Smyth. -- Kyte : -- Wilson - Laor . .- Wood. ~OES. -¶r Berry Mr M'Llellan - - Brooke - Nixon - Cihen - Orkney - Davies, B. G. - Onrr - Davies, J. - Owens - Don -'Pope - Edwards - - Ramsay - Foott - Richardson' - Gillies - Riddell - Gifalestone - Sinclair -- Grant - Smith, J. T. - Heales - Smith, L. L. - Higginbdtham - Smith, W. C. - Houston - Strickland --- Kirk -- Sullivan - Lambert - Thomson Dr Macadam -- Tuck...
Heathcote Police Court. (Before W. Willoby, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 25 June 1863
Heathcote Police Court. (Before W. Willoby, Esq., P.M.) Drunk and disorderly.-Joseph Groom pleaded guilty to a charge of this nature, preferred by Constable Toal. Fined 5s. or twenty-four hours' imprisonment. (R. Cox, Esq., and Dr Robinson, J.P.'s, took their seat on the bench.). Wages.-Catherine Boyce v. James Egan. Catherine Boyce sought to re- cover the sum of £15 from James Egan. Mr Millett for complainant, Mr Adamson for defendant. Catharine Boyce sworn, stated, "that she was engaged in Melbourne to serve Mr Eagan for six months, at the rate of £30 a year, as general house servant. The agreement handed to the bench is the one made between Mr Egan.and myself. She said she was compelled to leave in consequence of the treatment she had received from Mr Egan and his family." She complained of the quality of food supplied to her, and produced some bread which certainly did not look very tempting. She said that was the kind of bread supplied to her. Was engaged on the first of May, a...
RUSHWORTH. June 10th, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 25 June 1863
RUSHWORTH. &nbsp; &nbsp; (From our own Correspondent.) &nbsp; June 10th, 1863. The yearly ball at Mr Brideson's Criterion Hotel, took place last evening, and proved a complete success. The company numbered about 100. All the leading men of the place, along with Whroo and Murchison, were present. The ladies on this occasion displayed &nbsp; great improvement in the choice of dress, as one and all appeared to have studied nothing but neatness in the articles they wore. The ball commenced about nine o'clock, dancing was then kept up, and that right merrily, until midnight, when supper was announced. This was the signal for pairing, and as there was about an equal number of both sexes; the pro- cession to the supper room had a very imposing appearance, this building which is at some little distance from the ball room, was decorated in an elegant and appropriate manner. The tables presented an appearance that put one in mind of some of those entertainments...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 25 June 1863
MARRIED, On the 15th instant, at the Church of England, Kilmore, by the Rev. Mr Singleton; Mr William Carter, of Heathcote, to Miss Eliza Grenville, eldest daughter of Mr Richard Grenville, Kil more. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY. THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1863.
LATER NEWS FROM AMERICA, SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
LATER .NEWS ,FROM :FROM THE ARGUS. - 0---- SYDNEY, Monday. Via Honolulu, we have had, a few, days' later news from America. THE WAR. Hooker's army had successfully crossed the Rappahannock, and reached fourteen miles beyond Fredericksburg, after a slight skirmish with the Confederate out posts, Beauregard missing, the troops under Lee to oppose their progress. Hooker has issued a bombastical ad. dress. A Tederal fleet of sixty saildwas pre paripg to attack Charleston. Banks has defeated the Confederates who threatened ivew Orleans, capturing a large quantity. of material, -with a loss of 700 men. Stoneman's brigade had destroyed the railway between" Richmond and Fredericksburg, stopping reinforce ments. The steamer Senator had burst her boiler, the explosion killed forty-nine people. Gold is at 51 premium. .The Jolin Howe sailed for'Sydney, with a cargo of 2,000 half-sacks flour, and 5,600 sacks wheat. * MEXICO. The French troops had captured Puebla cathedral and outworks; the city ...
(To the Editor of the McIvor Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
(To the Editor of the AlcIvor Times.) :Sie.--You would be usefully employ ing a little of your space, if you were to publish a railway time table, for the in formation of travellers to Melbourne, by way ofKyneton. . I should myself find it very valuable, and many gentlemen of my :acquaintance would be able to ap preciate it quite as much. Yonrs very truly, MIERCANTIL. [Our correspondent's suggestion is = good one, and we shall be happy to ad opt it_...In-the mealitible we reter him to the Mechanics' Institution, where a "."Brad shawr" is kept.-Ed.]
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
* ziýjinR ttttC 1ý0STýItrah. . While inviting communications on any current or interesting topic, we wish it to be distinctly un derstood that we do not bind ourselves to publish any:letter. ~ othing, however, will be rejected, if legibly written, unless libellous, or too lengthy for our columns;, or unless it shall appear for some other reason that it would .be manifestly against the interests'of bdr readers to insert it. Itis requested that all letters intended for publica tion,be, forwarded to this office before midday on Wednesday of eachl week. Rejected manuscript is not preserved.
KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
. K L M:OR E.E (By Electric Telegraph.) (From our owo. Correspondenit.) TMonk won the -Steeplechase, with' Longbow second. Tally-ho Selling Race 1on 'by Countess; and Hurry Scurry. won by Five:Bob-uio.object. There was a scene of serious interest in the Supremo.Court yesterday. The judges had on the applicationof a German farmer,, the father .of .a 'boy-of fifteen, takeni away from -him by stsatagem by the mother, issned a writ of habeas' corpus to the mother and her alleged accomplice, com manding them to bring the body of the child into court. This writ having been obeyed, the Court heard affidavits on both sides, as to whether the father should be deprived of the custody of the child.; and on those affidavits decided.in favour if the father; and ordered the child to be given up to him. The mother resisted, the' child clung to her, theoparties congregated for a struggle on the floor of the court under' the eyes of the-judges, andthe' officers of the and professional advisers of th...