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Churches. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 June 1864
Chtrche.s. Christ Church of Englad- Indnmbent Rev The odore Budd. Organist, Mir Adania. Comiit tee, Rev. T. Budd, ard Messrs Lawson, Adams, Ifnston, Merrifield, Christie, King, Minter, Spiecks, Campbell, Worlbston, Ferg.son, Pin der. Stephen-on. Orr, Ros5 "ar.d Goddaxd (Sec retary). Service revery Sunday at II am. and half-p at 6 p.m. Roman Catholic Church-Clergyman. Rev --. e° vill. Service once a fortnight. Pre byterian Church-Minsister,Rev W. Leishman,. Precentor, MIr. Greig. Service every Sunday a 11I a.m. and ha f-past 6 p.m. Wesleyan Church - Minister, Rev A. Stubbs, Committee, lessrs Trevaskis, Rowe, Crowle, - and Jacksh. Service every Sunday at 11 am. and half-past 6 n.m. Urnifed Methodist Free Church-Minhister, Rev E. Bughes. Organmst Mr Allsop. Service every Sunday at It a.m. and half-pasct 6 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 June 1864
BUSINESS -DIBECTORY. iTEATHCOTEHOTEL, High street, Heathcsti .' t1 -JAMES IfAY, proprietor. SEATHCOTE FLOUR MILL, Jennin, Sstreet. " 6 ~i·. 53 65·. I'r.ES CROWLE, Bi.lder, and Undertalra : neit Oriental Bank, Heatheote. 01OHN GRANT, Bladcksmith. eathcotep has on, sale, Agricfhural Implements, Drays, celharrows, Blacksmith's and. Aminisg Tool, e. Shoeing and. Jobbingexecuted with the utmcost are and dispatch. 56 68 T IVERSO~N, Teacher of Music,. Heatheote 11 Hotel. 53 65 ......... . .· ....- .o ; S"' R OW TW ustca, Straw, and. fancy, Ha l and aB nnet I[aker. Dyeing,cleanang, and slteria?g to the present faishion. Opposite .the Times Office, High Street, leatlceote. 56 68 RS KING Milliner and Draper, Alma House J High street, Heathcote 53 65 . BIVOR l TIMlES office, next Dr.. Robinson, UIT Hih sctreet, Heathcote. PDIILIP ORLE3IAN,' Buiilder and Contractor, I Huntley, near Sandhurst. .54 67 THOMAS-CBRA.VEN., Storekeeper, Wine and . Spirit Merchant, nearly opposite Telegraphi and Post o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 June 1864
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. AXBfatL AND DEA3IU3Z OF TRE MAILS. Tte limrs appointed for the arrival and depar tare of the Mains in Reatlhcote f.r 1864, are as under: Prom btelFourne, Sendhurst, Wild Duck Cr'e?. end Axedale dai?y. M..ay excepted. at 5 a.m. Closes for despatch daily, Sunday excepted, at I p.m. From Cowterfijld. Redcastle. Whroo, Rushworth ant 3iurchison, .very Mon'ay. Wedteday, ant Fria,. at 2 p.m. Cloes fr de~pach on Mon day, Wed,.edety, and F iday, at 6 p.m. Fioot Kiln.,e and Pyalng, every Mo?crday, Wedlneday;, and F.iday, ot 530p.m. C(l ses for dearvatch every Mon.ay, Wednesday, and Friday, at 6 p.m. From K?z:ton, Mma MIia, a-d Barfold every Tuesday, 1 huradav, and Satu:day at 8.30 p.m. Closes fr despatch for Me!bl.,ree, fra Kyneron, Barnfid. and Mis Mia on Mlnday .Wednesday, and Friday. at 2 p.m. Beceivig Boxes--Mr. J. Dougall' Hizh-street Cleared dai', Sunday excep'ed. at 12.45 p.m. Mr. Ren?wick's, Ariyle Gu!ly. Cleared daily, Sunday exc-p!e2, at 12.45 p.m. Pust Offic...
Masonic Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 June 1864
;fasonic Idge. Br James, W.M.; Br Hay, P.~f.; Br Adamson P ,1.; Br Chris ie, S.W,.; Br Melnnes, J.Ty.; Br. M'Yah,. S.D.; Br Icgr:th, Treasurer; Br Burch, ESecreeary; Br Adams, Organist; - Br. C?.MS mfozd, J.D.; Br. Keyne, J.G.; Br. Wylie, Tyler. Meet the first Friday in every month, at 8 p.m. -Instruction every Sunday and Thursday at 8 p.m.
HEATHCOTE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 22nd June, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 June 1864
HEATHCOTE BOROUGH COUNCJI Wednesday., 22nd June, 1864. Present-The Mayor, and Crs. Hall, Grant, and Morris. The minutes of the previous y aeety were read and confirmed. CORRESO)NDEtCE. A letter from the Office of the Board Land and Works, on the subject of t money for alterations at the Court Bow From the Treasury, enclosing vOuch for the signature of the Borough Treasure The Town Clerk was instructed to o?. tain those Acts of Parliament which considered useful to the Council. Mr. Kennedy made application to tb Council to have the storm water drain i the back street carried out so as to tab? the water from the rest of the property7 : ithe line of the drain. The Town Clerk was ordered to have tu· drain extended to the required distance.-i FOOT BRIDGE OVER THIE CREEK. i A sum of £10 was voted for build?t: a new bridge or shifting the old foot brid and re-erecting it in a suitable place. On the motion of Cr. Grant seconded br;) Cr. Hall, the Council agreed to mea;: yesterday, (Thursday...
Mechanics Institution. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 June 1864
1eThkaaics lastitutjin. President, Rev. T. Budd; . Vice Presidents, Messrs. V.nder Lur, and.R. v W. Lsishmaz; Hon. Sec., Mr Adams; Committee, Mlessrs Vander Iufr, - Hay, Mclnees, Thomas, Grant, Otlson. Brooke·. Alsop, Furze, Da , Stevenson, Law. sor, and Rev. Mr. Huhgheg . Meet on the first and third 3iouday an ecery month, at half past 8 p.m. Treasurer, Mr Crowle. Librarian, Mr DongaUl. Library and Reading open daily from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Government Service. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 June 1864
Gocernmei. Serice. County Courtand Court of Mines. - Jndge, Hfis Honor C. B. G. Skinner; Clerk, Mr ·:Hogarth Bailiff, Mr RI C. Carkeet. Sits every three *months. - Police Court. - Police Ma'istrate, ?W.. Willoby, E1sq.; Justices of the Peace, Messrs Stacpoole, SCocks, Robinson, W. Ei. Robertson, and fugh -obersson. Clerk.of the Bench, MIr Hogartir, SSirs every day, at 11 a.m. Warden's Court. - Warden, W. Willoby, eEq.; c;erk, Mr Hogsrth Sits when required. Gold Office.-Receiver, Mr Hogarth. Open every :ESaturagy at half-past 9 a.m. Escort despatched every other Monday, at half-past 6 a.m. Guardian of Minors, Mr Wiltoby., &genit for the Curator of Intestate Estates, and Commisasioner for taking Affidavits and hcknow ledgeen~ts of M ~riedWvomnfl, MrHHdgS~tb I Re-istrar of Bir'h, Deaths, anmd Mnge-, - 'ublic. Vaccinator, Dr Robinson. Police.- Superintendent, Mr B. T. Wilson; Serjennt, Mkr O'Neil. Poundkeeper, Mr John Hamilto . - Mini~:g Surreyor, M£r B. W. Walsbe. Post and Tele...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] Melbourne, Thursday 8 o'clck p.m. FUNERAL OF MR. HEALES. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 June 1864
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (By Electric Telegrarph.) [PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER· S GENiTS. M.elboarne, Thursday 8 o'clock p.m. FUNERAL OF MR. HEALES. The funeral of the Hon. Richard Heale took place to-day. The procession was th largest that ever followed the remains of anyone to the grave in the Southern Hemis phere; it included the Governor, MIinisters, MIembers of both Houses, City and severn] Borough Councils, Odd Fellows, and Tern perance Societies, an immense number o carriages and other vehicles. The procession extended upwards of a mile, and took three quarters of an hour to pass. Service was held in the Congregational Chapel, St. Kilda, by the Revs. Gossman, Ballantyne, Dare, and Poole; the funeral service was read at the grave by the Dean of Melbourne, after which the Odd Fellows service was read. An immense concourse lined the :streets, business was suspended, and flags from public buildings and ships in harbo were flying half-mast.
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. Monday, June 20th, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 June 1864
LMECANICS' INSTITUTE. Monday, Jane 20th, 1864. Present--Mesars. Von-der-Luft (in the chair), Grant, Brookes, Lawson, Adams, Furze, and Thomas. The Secretary read a communication received from Mr. Mullin, and another from Mr. Dwight, enclosing invoice of books to arrive. The Chairman. asked the Secretarv.if he had requested the Librarian to be in at tendance at the meetings of Committee. The Secretary said he had doneso--no appearance of Librarian. ~FINACE. The following accounts were ordered to be paid: Mr, Harwood, for London Punch, and Bradshaw, £1 12s. Mr. Dwight, £3 15s. 6d. Proposed by Mr. Brookes-" That the Secretary be requested to make outa list of Members of Committee who have for feiced their seats through non-attendance." Seconded by Mr. Grant, and carried.
HEATHCOTE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, 21st June, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 June 1864
HEATHCOTE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, 21st June, 1864. Present-SMessrs Matheson (Chairman), Egan, Cocks, Morris, and Dr. Robinson. This was a special meeting appointed for receiving tenders, ntd for the consideration of neessary public works. The following tenders were opened : FOR THE 1WOR?S AT REDCASTLfE. Reeves & Ste\wart, grub bing stumps and filling in the holes ...... £30 17 6 Branscombe & Co ... 215 16 0 Babbage ........ 180 12 0 Ellis Glinn......... 200 0 0 W. Stirling ......... 280 00 H. i. Mloiris .. ... 250 0 0 P. Kilbride... ...... 193 10 0 FOR THE BRIDGE ON rTHE KYENETON ROAD. Branscombe & Cox ... 441 16 11 IKilbride ......... 440 13 6 W. Newbourne ...... 465 0 0 FO TIIE BRIDGOE NEAR IMR. EGAN'S Branscombe & Cox- ... 557 17 3 H. Brewer... ...... 564 11 0 Schlieff ......... 594 18 3 Kdlbride ...... ... 489 17 9 FOR REPAIIS SAND APPROACHES TO THE BRIDGE OVER THE 31'IIVOR CREEK NEAR THE SPORTSMA~N'S ARMS. . Branscornmhe & Cox ... 5...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 June 1864
THE present state of politics is not at all conducive to the comfort of political schemers and adventurers. Fresh cards will, no doubt, be played at the forthcoming general election by political gamesters, but, in contrast with the last great game, the chances of winning anything are small in deed. At the last general election, it ap peared possible to obtain a parliament com posed of men whose sympathies were with the people, and whose interests were identi cal with the progress of the country. There were two distinct and well-defined parties, each holding or professing principles widely different from each other. The struggle between the two parties for command of the purse of the country and the power and in fInence of office, furnished employment and remuneration for a lot of jackals of different degrees of importance. The effects of tha~t strugglIe still present themselves in different forms. It has produced distrust of one party without gaining for the other the con fidence of...
DEATH OF THE HON. RICHARD HEALES, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 June 1864
DEATH OF TEE E 7. H RICHARD HEALES, M.L.A. It is with much regret that we have to announce the death of the heon. Richard Heales, MLL.A., Commissioner of Crown Lands and Survey, which took place at hi~ residence, Elsternwick, about noon on Sun day. The health of Mr. Heales has been, tfor six or seven months past, such as to give his friends the greatest anxiety; but. though frequently urged to relax his labori ous efforts in the public service, he con tinued to perform the duties of his office? with unceasing attention until Mlarch hast.? It was only then, on the representations ofl his medical adviser, Dr. Robertson, that it, was absolutely necessary for his restorationS to health that he should retire from public life for a time, and take some relaxation that he consented to discontinue his daily routine ofbusiness. He was removed to Sydney for change of scene, but there he shortly~ became worse. He had been complaining since January of an affection of the chest and soon after his...