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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 June 1864
li ' rUSINESS DIEECTORY . TI3[TH COTE HOTEL, High street,-Heathcote` , . u:-` tAMES BAY, propnetor. 5i H i-ECOTE FLOUR MILL, - Jenning 5. 3 65 . " T BCROWTLE, Builder and Underitaker Ointal Bank, Heathcote. ;:: .;TO `, TAE1; "isacasmutt, Heathcote, has sri,J .i iiale, Agrioultural Impiements,-.Dray;. !t Wh:eibrows, Blacksmith's and -Mining Tools, s ?,8,:eisng and Jobbing executed with the rd' ntnasacoare and dispatich. 56 68 . RSON, Teacher of Mnsic, Heathcote 53 65 S OW Tuscan, Strawa, and. fnoy, Ha .' l " ''B, nnet Maker. Dyeing; cleaning, and r;. a slter d .to the presenit fashion. OpIposite" the " e ."'',i'ce;'High Stret; Heatheoteo : 66 68 ,a K,?r,3 .IUNG Milliner and Draper, Alma House S : gh street, Heatho 3 te 53 '5 '4rq2YOR TIMES ofice, next Dr: Robinsor, ;"l:?h h street, Heatheote. re b>`IP QRLEdAN, Bnilder and Contractor; - I s:nltey, near Sandhursvt.-:. 54 67 riVhj MAS CRAVEN, Storekeeper, WVine: 'ad S:'Spirit Merchant, nearly opposite Telegraph. and P-tt offices, Hea...
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 June 1864
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. AxA.L AlOD" DEPARTUR2 0? Of = IL. " The.limes appointed for the arrival san depar tare of the Mails in Heathcote r 1634,; are as and Axedale daly.-.thmany .WWR.jItAnk Crghk. Clo-es for despatch daily, Sunday excepted, at 1 p-m. From Goaterfield. Redeatle. Wbroo, BRshwcr.h and Marchison, tevry Monf'ay, Wedneasay, ani Friday. at 2 IPm. Clores fir despatch on Mon day, Wedresday, and Fiday, at 8 p.m. From Kilmore and Pyahln-, every Mrrdsy, Wednesday, and FPiday, at 5 30 p.m. ClIses for despatch every Monday, Wednesday, ard Friday, at 6 p.m. Prom Krmton; ia .Mia, aTd BaTfold every Ta -d&y, thnrdav, and Sat day at 8.30 pm. Closea fir despatch for 1Me:burne, eri Kyne'on, Barford. and i Ma Mia on 3fnday, Wedreiday, and Friday. a 2 p.m. E?ae;ia-g Boxes-Mr. J. D-cgaf's i2h-rtreet Cleared daiy, Sunday eierp'ei. at 12.45 p.m. Mr. Renwick's, Arryle Gaily. Cleased daily, Sunday e.c-ped, at 12.45 p.m. Post Office open dai'r, S.aday excepted, from 9 a.m. to 6 oP., 5r...
A STRANGE WAIF. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 June 1864
A STRANGE WAIF. (From the Dundee Advertiser.) Passing through the Greenmarket the other afternoon, we found a number ot people grouped at the lamp-post in the centre of the square, intently watching the proceedings of a curious and extraordinary character. We learn that he is a person who may be seen squatting at the same place from two o'clock any afternoon till about ten at night, His name and condi tion, according to the written slips he dis tributes among the spectators, are " John Murray, born without hands or arms." He sits on a low stool, with a small square of carpeting before him, on which is placed a small portable desk, with paper, pens, ink, &c. We found him cutting out very elegant devices in colored paper, with a pair of scissors, which he manages with a dexterity, neatness, and accuracy which would be surprising in a person with the use of his hands. We were watching him behind, and on handing him a coin, he in stantly " toed" or " footed" one of these ingenio...
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. LATER NEWS FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 June 1864
THE WAR E W Z EAL-ANID. ATER NEWS FROMI THE SEAT OF WAR. His Excellency Governor Grey returned from Taurangi on Saturday. I was cor rect in reporting his object to be the pro motion of peace, although it turns out that the overtures are, for the most part, on one side. The New Zealander broadly hints that Sir George Grey has been led to this from some pretty strong hints to the Government here from the Home authori ties, as to the necessity of bringing the war' to a termination. Just before his Excellency left Taurangi, the friendly na tives were summoned to an interview. A large number of natives attended, and, ap parently, a cordial feeling prevailed. His Excellency, it is said, expressed his desire to see the two races at peace, and promised generous treatment in case of surrender. The. Iriendlies who wished .to see' their erring brethren return to their former peaceful pursuits were informed that they would do good service by using their per ,(uasive powers and received the Gove...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 June 1864
AMERICA. Indications of active war operations about to commence appear in all quarters. New York, April 23rd : Banks has been defeated with great loss. Forrest captured Fort Pillow. Active preparations are being made for a campagne in the south-west.. A great panic occured in the gold market. The Senate have voted an amendment of the constitution, abolishing slavery. Grant has officially taken command of the army, and announced that his head quarters will be with the army of the Po tomac. The Confederates under Forrest, inva ded Western Tennesee and captured Union City. Forrest immediately afterwards entered Kentucky, took Paducah, on the Ohio river, but was forced to retreat. He was sent to reinforce [Hacket at Columbus, where he still continues.
HEATHCOTE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday, June 9th 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 June 1864
SHEALICOTE BOROUGH;I COUNCIL. ;:hjursda,, June 9th 1864. :l t Pr --The Mayor, and Crs. Hay, ,: $II Craven, Grant, and Morris. .ip Ti"'ii ininutes of the previous meeting wotreread and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. A:.lletter was received from the Public Wo ; Office, stating that after the additions Sa2tuadtngs at the Court House were com to a '" the balance of the vote of £800 would ' ended in accordance with the sugges Ez 6a ' ?bfthe council. .' application from the Managers of the a3' iafteul Commons, asking permission to d 'hild?;their meetings in the Town Hall. Grutid. :i'?' application from Parker Brothers, as1kg permission to cut a race across the road' opposite Thompson's paddock was also granated. T~hders for the repairs to the road 'f through the Borough were then opened. So?ae' discussion took place on the subject S"'tender which was not delivered till after lttt'4pointed time. '::Gr: Craven and Grant thought it wrong ;?,Fet eceive tenders after the specified time, as-entract...
HEATHCOTE DISTRICT ROAD; BOARD. Tuesday, 7th June, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 June 1864
:BOARD. Tuesday, 7th JTize, 1864. Present-The Chairman, and Mesu, 4 Cocks, Ega, Freeman, Morris, and r Robinson. MITCTES. The minutes of the previous monthly and special meetings were read and co.a firmed. CORRESPONDENCE. The Clerk read the communications ad. dressed to various public bodies, "overl. ment offices and private individuals on th_ business of the Board. Communications were read from th Koads and Bridges Office, the Kynetoa Borough Council, and the Metcalf Ro? Board, &c. The Engineer brought up his report, which set forth the estimated cost of thn various works for which he had beez a thorised to make the.necessary prelimina, arrangements. The works at Redcastle will consist of' fo-r log C 'lIrce, 4i;ty.Eixr hains of dra to carry off the water from the back streei to prevent its flooding the Main Stree and clearing the Main Street of stimp one chain wide. Plans and specifications were laid on tha table for a bridge over the Wild Dullc Creek, on the Kyneton road, ...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 June 1864
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.-The usual mee ting lapsed for want of a quorum. THE WELCOMEZ REEr.-Last week Bur gess, Perry & Palling, of the Welcome Reef, Staffordshire flat, near Redcastle, crushed 11 tons of stone for 66Goz. Tsc Coanro-s.--No meeting of the Man agers was held on the usual night, as there was no business on the notice paper. The survey of the common is not yet completed. THE BOROUGH Courcra. - The usual meeting on Wednesday night lapsed for want of a quorum. The Clerk was instruc ted to call a meeting for 10 o'clock yester day. THE NEW COURT HonsE.-Tenders will be received up to the 15th inst. for fitting up the New Court House. Tenders to be sent into the Warden's office, Heathcote, on or before the above date. Plans and speci fications can be seen at the Warden's office. THE Ro.u BOAR.D RTES.-The Clerk of the Board stated in answer to Mr. Cocks on Tuesday, that he had been all round the district twice, collecting the rates, if this is correct it has been done in ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 June 1864
THE people of this colony will soon be called on to elect a new Assembly of repre sentatives; and, while reviewing the doings, sayings, and votes of the batch upon whose parliamentary life the extinguisher has been placed, the public may discover cause for congratulation at least, in the fact that political vice is not always unmixed evil, especially when it is unblushingly paraded before the public Small and partially dis guised political evils and crimes, like " slight colds," may exist unheeded, or, if noticed, may be considered too trifling to cause alarm or an attempt to remedy them. But " violent diseases require violent remedies." No country in the world, with a political constitution like the one we live under, has ever been sold with impunity by its representatives in the same manner in which the people of this country were sold, immediately after the last general election. And although the great swindle excited nothing more than a feeling of contempt, and a general murmur,...
Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 June 1864
rHospital. Trustees.-Mr James Hay, Mr Edward Hall, Mr Adam S:acpoole. Committee, Messrs Hay (Chairman), Cunningham Keene, Edwin Adams, Dale, SnGherland, 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 avery Tuesday at 4 p.m. Medical Officer, Dr Robinson; Hon. See. Mr. Edwin Adams. Warder, Mr Cockey; Matron, Mrs Gockey.
CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 June 1864
CONTINENTAL. The war between Germany and Den mark continues. After a siege of upwards of two months' duration, the Prussians carried the works of Duppel by assault. The Danish Army has been driven from the main land. Frederica has been evaca ated. The Allies reject an armistice embracing the maintenance of the blockade. Markets fiat. Discount, 8 per cent. London, May 4th.-Coalitioh formed between England and France. The English fleet has been sent to Malta. France sends fifty thousand troops to the frontier. Greece is entrusted with the government of the Ionian islands. The Mexican question is settled. The Archdnke maximilian has formally accepted the Crown, and is now on his way to his new empire.
Heathcote Road Board. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 June 1864
Heath?ote Road Board. Chairman, Mr M.ttheson; Membere, Messrs Winter, Cocks, Freeman, Morris, Robinson, and Egan. Clerk, Mar Stephenson. Meet in their ofice, on the first Tuesday in every month at 3 p.m. Solicitor, Mr 1Milett; Surveyor, Mr. Strong. Treasurer, M1r Eay.
ARRIVAL OF THE BOMBAY, WITH THE APRIL ENGLISH MAILS. TIMES OFFICE, Friday 3 o'clock, a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 June 1864
i AJt!AA L Gd TIIT iBOMBAY, WITH THE APRIL ENGLISH MAILS (By Electric Telegraph.) 'PER GREVILLE ANtD BIRD, REUTEE'S AGENTS.] TI31ES OFFICE, Friday, 3 o'clock, a.m. On April 26th the Queen held the first Court since the death of His Royal High ness Prince Albert. Garibaldi arrived at Southampton on the 3rd of April, and was received with Z5, car enDtLu.a.m. In Lonitnn hP was re ceived with a heartiness and good-will un exampled in history. The crowd was denser than at the entry of the Princess of Wales. Garibaldi resided at Stafford House, the residence of the Duke of Sutherland. He met with a perfect ova tion whenever he appeared in public. He dined at the Reform Club, and with mem bers of the aristocracy. He has now gone to Cornwall, to visit -his friend Colonel Peard. The great Italian patriot will leave England in the course of the week. Much regrer, throughout the country, is expressed in cou;sequence of the shortness of his visit. In London on April 20th, a debate took place in...
Masonic Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 June 1864
Aasonic Lodge. 'Br James, W.M.; Br Hay, P.M.; Br Adamson P.M.; Br Sutherland, S..W; Br Christie,J.W, Br McInnes, .S.A. ;.Br .Hcaarh, Treasurer; Br Burch. Secretary; Br Adans, Organist; Bt C. Mumford, 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.