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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 June 1864
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ABBRIVAL A.D DEPARTUE OF THE MAILS. The times appointed for the arrival and depar ture of the Mails in Beatheote fir 1864, are as under: From ?felEourne, Sondhursat, Wild Dunck Creek. and Axedele daiy, M.nday rxcepted. at 5 a.mn. Closes for despatch daily, Sunday excepted, at 1 m. From oterfiId. Red?astle. Whroo, Rushworrlh and Imehison, tvery Munay. Wednesday, ant Fridav'., at 2 p.mn. Gloses fr despa'ch on Mon day, Wednesdoy, and F iday, at 6 p.m. From Kilmore and Pyal.ng, every M'rd.v, "Wednerday, sad F.iday, at 5 30 p.m. Clses for despatch every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 6 p.m. From Kymnton, M3a .ia, a: d Barfold every Tuesday, 'hur.das, anrd Saturday at 8.30 p.m. Closes fr despatch for Mlelborrne, via Kyneron, Bartfrd. and Misa Mia on Manday, Wednoaday, andFriday, at 2 p.m. Reteiving Boxes-Mr. J. Douga·1hP Hieh-etreet Cleared dai.y, Sunday excep~e'1. at 12.45 p.m. Mr. Renwick's, Arayle Gully. Cleated daily, Sunday exceptef, at 12.45 p.m. Post Offi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 June 1864
IMPOUNDINGS. 11fA-NIA. - Iaipounded at PRedesdale, 21st 1 LI[ .y, 1884, by lManagera of .G.eenhillI Parmers' Common.--Tresvps 6-. each. 122 Red heifer, white on blly and tail, MD near ramp 124 Grey mare, saddle marked, P near tbigh, T mnar shodder If nrot cla;med and expenses paid, to be sold n 6th July, 1E64. - THOS. W. LAVENIDER, Pondkeepes. CHIUCA.- Imponnd d at Echaca 20th May, .' 1864, by'Th s. Ch.iap, for H. C. Jtffrey, EaQ.-No trelpa- s. 147 Chesnot b.ree. switch tail. bl z , z addle soaiked, JS over blotch like Te c nj:ined over very faint brand like N near shlul.er, 4 near nribs 148 B?ay hor.e, longtail. saddle marked, a little white on hind feet, Z near rhoalder, .P eff abonr!der 149 Dappled grey horse, sawi'ch tail, abnd, sadJle marked, fleabi:en lead. WJ near shoulder ]50 Chts us mart, dock tail..small star, DL over likelBor JE rear shula'er, IB or J33 rear neek, 6 oft should r 151 Baymaae, ewarh tail, star, eaddre marked near hind fetlock white, NB eoz.joined near Sihou...
Churches. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 June 1864
Ch7urchCS. Christ Church of England- Incumbent Rev The odore Budd. Organist. Mr Adams. Commit tee, Rev. T. Bndd, a~d Messrs Lawson, Adams, ITastoii, Merrifield, Ghristie, King, M1iater, Spincka, Campbell,'Woslaston, Pergson, PFin der. Stephcnson. Orr, Rosn, aud Goddarud (Sec retary). Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and half-pwat 6 p.m. Roman Catholic Church-Clergyman. Rev - Ne ville. Service once a fortnight. P~rebyterian Church--Minister,Rev W. Leishman. Precentor, Mr. Greig. Servico every Sunday at 11 a.m. and ha f-past 6 p.m. Wesleyan Church - Minister, Rev A. Stnubs, Committee, Messrs Trevaskis, Rowe, Crowle, and Jackah. Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and half-past 6 n.m. United Methodist Free Church--Minister, Rev E. Hughes. Organist Mr AIsop. Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and half-past 6 p.m.
GARDENERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDER. JUNE. [June in Australia corresponds to December in Great Britain.] [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 June 1864
GARDBE-NRSAND PABRERS' CALEIZ)ER. I .JU?-E. [3une in Australia corresponds to December in Great Britain.] Winter work 'hould be proceeded with as rapidly a poemsible now. Attend to drainage, select good deep soil fr tap-roo:ed plants. Gronnd oehouldbe trenched for trees and fruit-bearing bushes, and planting should be proceeded with. Peas.-Fori early sorts the following are recomn mended,-Saegster's No. I, Bibhop's Ealrly I)Dwarf, D;niel O'ourke, Chsrlton, Royal Aderaide, War wick and turbridEr's Eelip~e; silo later sorts Binue Scimitar, ard Prussion Blue, B'sh.p'a Lonu Pod, PrizeFighter, Hair's Dwarf, Green aIm moth, and Landreth's Extra Early. Carrofa.-S w early Horn or Newark for early use. Onfons.-Thin out. and transplant thinning; continue sowing ; select the finest bulbs from your store and plant out Jor seed. Celry.--Esaxth, but be sure the p!ants are dry, if thsy be not the hearts will rat. Remom site shoots. ?Endioe.--In order to blanch this S lad, a flower pot or similar c...
Hotels. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 June 1864
IHotels. Etheredge's Labe, Jasber's True Briton, .Tierney's Hibernian, Cameron's Ben Nevir, Sutherlnnd'. Victoria, Hay's Heathcote :Cunningham's Shamrock, A. H. R. Morris's LMount Ida, Kennedy's Union, Brady's Emen, Grundy's Globe, and Cravyn's Northumberland Arms.
DENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 June 1864
DENMARK. Advices from Copenhagen state that the elections fur the formation of the Superior Council (Landsthing) have just tak!en place in Denmark, properly so called, and in the Island of Alsen, not occupied by the enemy's army. The old chiefs of the National Unitary party have been named in most of the districts-that 2s to say, that the principle of the defence and preser vation of the monarchical unity will have a majolity in the first Chamber. Tihe session extraordinary of both Chambers will open in the course of the month of April. The portfolio for foreign affairs, during the absence of M. de Quaade, who is at tending the Conference, accompanied by MI. Krieger, has been assumed by Bishop Monrad, the President of -the Council. The king, who has returned to Copen hagen from his journey to Alsen and Jut land, was received everywhere throughout his route with the greatest enthusiasm, by the people as well as the troops. In ad dition to testifying to his majesty their loyalty and d...
THE SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN QUESTION. SONDERBORG AFTER THE BOMBARDMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 June 1864
THE SCHLESWIG-I.OLSTEIN QUESTION. SONDERBORG AFTER THE BOIBARDMENT. The following graphic sketch of Sunder borg in ruins is from the letter of the Times correspondent, dated April 5: Well, we toiled out way into the town, we walked past the mills and the barracks, and till we reached our dear old dirty quarters at the Reymnth Hotel we saw that, though shells had lighted here and there and everywhere, the mischief done was but trifling. A hole in the roof or a shattered window makes no great diffe. rence in the outward look or in the in ternal economy of a town; but as we neared the Stadt Hamburg our old field post was a heap of rubbish; so was the Poste aux Chevaux, nearly opposite-the red shield, with the royal arms, hanging on the door was nearly all that still stood; so were the houses, each and all, right and left, throughout the centre of the town, down to the Radhaus or Councld hall; thehouses on the main street, the houses on the side sYtreete branching up to the-hill, or slo...
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 June 1864
FRANCE. The Court of Assizes of the Seine tried Mazzini, by default, on March 27, tor his share in the plot against the life of the emperor for which Greco and his accom plices were condemned in February last. In the course of his address the new pro curer-general not only reiterated the charges made by his late predecessor atgainst MIr. Stansfeld, of complicity with Mozzini, but brought forward fresh allega tions against him, and also against 31rs. Stansfeld. The procureur-genural averred that in 1857, Mlazzioi indicated to Tibaldi and other Italian conspirators ag:ainst the life of the emperor the two principal centres of action-at Paris, the residtlence of Tibaldi; at London, the house of James Stansfeld and his wife, whom he desig nated as "James, the friend at the brew ery," and "Caroline." In Tlibaldi's p0os session was found a memorandum-book containing the address of Mr. Stansfeld, and the former confessed that when in London he had been in communication with that intimate f...
HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. Tuesday, June 14th, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 June 1864
HEATHCOT HOSPIPTA. Tuesday, June 14th, 1884. The monthly meeting cf the Committee of Management was held on Tuesday, the 14th inst. Present-Messrs Hay (in the Chair), Hall, Campbell, Hogarth, Von. der-Luft, Carkeet, Dale, Christie, Crqwle, and the Hon. Sec., Mr. Adams. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. An item for medicines supplied by MIessrs Hall & James to an out-patient, was considered an excess of the temler. Mr. Carkeet moved-"That the account i of Messrs Hall ~ James be paid, less 12s." Seconded by Mr Dale. The following accounts were examinerd, found correct, and passed for payment, F. Cockey, salary... ... £10 0 0 H. O'Dwyer, wages ... 2 10 0 G. Heath, ,, ... 4 6 6 H. Clarke, milk ...... 1 7 0 Mrs. Dove, groceries ... 4 19 0 ,, bread ...... 3- 13 0 M. Hayes, butter & eggs 8 12 6 C. Sharman, meat ... 6 13 0 Moore & Co., provisions 1 1 0 ,, med. comforts 13 6 Tierney & Co., ,,... 2 12 6 C. Sharman, wood ... 4 8 Hall &...
Government Service. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 June 1864
Government Serdve. County Court and Court of Mines. - Jadge, His Honor C. B. G. Skinner; Clerk, Mr Hogarth Bailiff, Mr B. C. Carkeet. Sits every three honths. Police Court. - Police Magistrate, W. Willoby, Esq.; Justices of the Peace, Messrs Stacpoole, Cocks, Robinson, W. H, Robertson, and Bugh Bobertson. Clerk of the Bench, Mr Hogarth, Sits every day, at 11 a.m. Warden's Court. - Wsrden, W. Willoby, Esq.; Clerk, Mr Hogarth Sits when requrired. Gold O?fce.-Receiver, Mr Hogarth. Open every : Saturdayat half-past 9 a.m. Eecorr despatched every other Monday, at hIalf-past 6 a.m. Guardian of Miners, Mr Willoby. Agent for the Cnrator of Intestate Estates, and Commissioner for taking Afdavits and Acknow ledgements of Mi3ried Wom~en, Mr Hognrth. Registrar of.Birthe, Deaths, andd Mariages, -nd Poblic Vaccinator,.Dr Robison. , Police. - Superintendent, Mr B. T. Wilson, .Serjeant, Mr O'?eil. Ponndkeeper. Mr JOhn Mamilton. Mlini, g Surveyor, Mr B. W. Waishe. Post and Telegraph Ofees. - Mnser, ...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 June 1864
' ENGLISH EXTRACTS. (From the Home Yesos.) a "The tide of emigration," says the BuryTimes,' "continues to flow with un I?'?bnted vigour to the United States oi Ame 'ca, and at present the means of transit ?"?e not equal to the demand. Every teamer and sailingo ship have for some a-,e been filled to their utmdst capacity, &lt;nd hundreds of passengers have been kept ack for want of accommodation. Already 'Oe City of London, the Kangaroo, the ,irginia, the Hecla, the Kedar, and the 'i0"do, are filled in advance, and the Pen JIlvania, which is not appointed to sail ?gtil the 12th of next month, is nearly half 1'll and wvill probably be entirely filled in ?.couple of days. The above are all "sfaeamers, but the demand for accommoda. !::tn is by no means confined to such ships, :f? all the sailing vessels are fillea long /? ore the day appointed for sailing. The • Plus Ulta went to sea a few days ago i:::th more than 600 passengers, and if the vef .ssel could have taken twice as m...
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Monday, June 13th, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 June 1864
HEATHCOTE POLICE COUJRT, Monday, June 13th, 1864.. (Before Mr. Wiloby, P.M.) Illegal Detention of Property.-David Sims charged Thomas Simmons with ille gally detaining one and a half bags of eoat, which he valued at -l1 0s. Mr. Millett for complainant, Mr. Adam son for defendant. The Bench made-an order for 7s., and 4s. costs .. . DAIRY*P-ED PORK. Illegal Detention of Property.--Ann Douglass charged Samuel Parkins with illegally detaining the skin and carcase of a cow, her property, which she valued at £2. Defendant said the cow died aolpgside his garden fence, and he skinned it. and was going to give'it to his pigs, but it was too far gone for that. Mr. Walker, in answer to the Bench, said the hide would be worth s;x or seven shillings, and the carcase worth nothing. Complainant said the carcase and skin was worth £2 . Order for 20s., and 5s. eosts.