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HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL Tuesday, June 28th, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 1 July 1864
IIEATHCOTE 'iOSPITj7 STues1ay, . June 28th, 18oL? l'resent--Messrs. Hay (in the Ch?au Crowle, flogarth, Cunningham, 1- e .Carkeot, Von-der-Luft, and Adams.?'e This was a specialmeeting for recei, tenders. v The following tenders for supplies fct the next six months were accepted : Mr. Sharman's tender for meat--beef 3d. per lb., mutton 3.d ...-. . Mr. Ford for funerals, at '2 each. 3L Ford was the only tenderer for funerals, -Ir. H. Clarke, for milk, at. 6d n. quart. This wa the only tender for s plying milk. Mr. Stephens' tender for supply? bread, at I ld. per 4 lb. loaf. Hall & James' tender for drugs, &-c, wmi the only one for these articles, and a i: therefore accepted. Mr. Hodgson's tender for groceries we considered the lowest and most advangta geous tothe Institute, as the articles qunote at the lowest prices were those most can sumed in the Hospital. Mr. Mark Hayes' tender for butter a ls. 3d. per lb., and eggs at Is. Gd. per dozea was considered too high, an...
Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 1 July 1864
Hospital. Trusteer.-Mr Jam s Has, Mr Edeard IaIIl, Mr AdAr Stacroole. Committee, :Messrs Hay (Chairman), Cunningham Keene, Edwin Adarrs, Dale. S? heriand, Von der Luft, Tierney, Carkeet, Camptell, and Crow!e. Meet the second Tuesday in every month at 8 p.m. Visiting Committee-Messrs Hay (Chairman), E. A d.rr, Cunningham, and Keene. Ieet avers Tuesday at 4 p.m. Medical Officer, Dr Robinson; I~on. Sec. Mr. Edwin Adams. WVarder, Mr Cockey; Matron, Mlrs Cockey.
Masonic Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 1 July 1864
Masonic Lodge. Br'James, W.U.; Br Hay, P;M.; Br Adamson P.L ; Br Chris.ie, S.W.; Br McInnes,J.W.; Br. kS.abh, S.D.; Br Hcg~rth, Treasurer; Br Burch, Secretary; Br Adamns, Organist; Br. C.I Mumford. J.D.; Br. Ke-ne, J.G.; Br. Wylie, Tyler. Meet the first Friday. in every month, at 8 p.m. Instruction eTery Sunday and Thursday at 8 p.m.
Government Service. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 1 July 1864
SGorernment Service. County Court and Court of Mines. - Judge, His Honor C. B. G. Skinner; Clerk, Mr Hogarth Bailiff, Mr R. C.. Carkeet. Sits every three months. ' Police Court..- Police Magistrate, W. Villoby, Esq.; Justices of the Peace, Messrs Stacpoole, Cocks, Robinson, W. H. Robertson, and Hugh Robertson. Clerk of the Bench, Mr Hcgarth, Sits every day, at 11 a.m.. Warden's Court. - Warden, W. Willoby, Esq.; Clerk, Mr Holsath. $its.when Ireuired. _ Gold Ofe.-Receiver, Mr Hogarth. Open every Saturday at half-pasi-9 a.m. Escort despatched every other Monday, at balf-past 6 a.m. Guardian of Minors, MIr Willoby. Agent for the Curator of Intestate Estates, and Commissioner for taking Affidavits and' Acknow ledgements of Married Women, Mr Hogarth. Begistrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages, and Public Vaccinator, Dr Robinon. -olice. - Superintendent, 3Mr B. T. Wilson, Sejeant, AMr O'Neil. Poundkeeper. Mr John Hamiltoc. Mini;.g Surveyor. Mr-B. W. Wai?he. Post and Telegrph Offlce4. - Ma...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 1 July 1864
SEPAn?TION DAY.-The Telegraph Offices will only be open from 8.30 a.m., to 11 a.m.. and from-5 p.m., to 7 p.m., on Friday, the 1st of July, that being Separation Day. WHAT ELSE COULD You ExPECT.--3Ir. J. D. Yorston, late of Heathcote, has been making himself acquainted with the com parative merits of the Insolvent Courts of Victoria and Otago. He now figures as a petitioner in the latter, after showing Mr. F. Gilchrist, late of Long Gully, how Webster was managed. As he used to say, it was " time to leave M1Ivor." Bcurzz's RssEz.-- powerful engine and pumps for draining this celebrated reef, has been erected by a company, and we see by advertisement, that parties of miners willing to work the mine on tribute, are refered to the manager, Mr. Boag, for particulars of conditions. The greatest amount of gold ever obtained on MI'Ivor, from a parcel of quartz, has been obtained from this reef, and we hope soon to be able to report the re-establishment of its formerreputation. TaE PnOPOSED...
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Monday, June 27th, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Dr. Robinson, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 1 July 1864
HIEArTHCOTE POLICE COURTIE ' Monday, June 27th, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.Mf., and Dr. Robinson, J.P.) George Sutherland (not the landlord of the Victoria Hotel) was charged with petty larceny. The prisoner, it appears from the evi dence, took a knife from Mr. Etheredge's kitchen, broke the point off, and put it in his pocket. Mrs. Etheredge admitted in evidence that she told the prisoner 4he wouhl take the value of the knife and go no further with the affair. Mr. Etheredge said he did not wish to press the charge, but he wished to show the prisoner that he cannot with impunity go into another persons place and destroy or carry away whatever he may think Jt. The Bench intimated that as Mrs. Etheredge had offered to take the value of the knife the charge of larceny broke down: The prisoner was discharged. Illegally Impounding Cattle.-H. Furze v. the late Managers of the United Town and Gold-fields Common, J. Thomas, J. Aitken, Thomas Craven, IL Watkins, and H. Palling. Mur. Adamso...
POST OFFICE REGULATIONS FOR THE ISSUE AND PAYMENT OF POST OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 8 July 1864
POST OFFICE REG??,ATIONS Foa Tun IssUE AND PA?MrENT OF -Posr OPFICEB ??NE" ORDERs. His Excellency the Governor, w'th the advice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to di rectthhpublication of the following Regulations for the issue and payment of post office money orders in the Colony of Victoria; and the public are hereby informed that in conformity with these regulations, money orders may be obtained and be made payable at the undermentioned places, on and alter the Ist July, I858: 1. Places and times of isssue and payment. Money orders may be obtained and be made pay able at the follow ng places, viz.: The Post Office at Melbourne Ditto Geelong Ditto Ballaarat Ditto Sandhurst Ditto Castlemaine Ditto Beechworth Ditto Hilmore Ditto Maryborough Ditto Ararat Ditto Pleasant Creek Ditto Williamstown Ditto Portland Ditto Belfast Ditto WVarnimbool between tne. hours of Ten a.m. and Three p.m. daily-Sundays exoepted. S2. Limit of amount, and number to be issued or paid: Money order...
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES ARE AUTHORISED TO BE TRANSMITTED IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 8 July 1864
S ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS UBDm- WHICH TELEGRAPHIC MeSSAGES a?E A-U?ORISZED TO BE T-NS-MITTED LN VICTOIIA. 1. To lessen as much as possible any liability to errorin the transmission of Messages from defec tive manuscript, it is desirable that the use of Figures should be avoided, and that words at length be substituted; and the public, in using the ElectriclTelegraph, are requested to be particular in giving a full and correct address to every M3es sage, so that the least possible delay in delivery may occur. 2. Messages will be transmitted in the order of their reception, and no precedence will be allowed, except for spec al despatches on the service of the Government, the arrest of criminals, and in cases of presing emergency, sickness, or death. 3. All Messages will be held strictly confidential. 4. Pavment of Charmes in advance will be re qutred, except or iceples ' Ix.,l..aeto..y nteo. sages on which the senrder may have written the words "' Reply will be ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 8 July 1864
IMP.OUNDINGS. ECHiUCA.-Impmnnned at Eeauca, 25th June. 1864, by Irvi g Winter, Esq., for 'Winter Brolthe.s.-Trespass id.e.ch. 176 B.ty horse, swi ch ti', a'ar, saddle marked, nea hind cro.et wshi e, JK near shoulder, e. ,rea tigh 177 C esnut h ere, switch tail, three white feet. strire and sn p, M near'shoulder, 1C near back 173 Chescnt Ith re, switch taiP saddle marked. '"J near she ulder 170 B.y hoe- e, switch tail, stripe and mrip, near hii down, off fore f?liock and near fore and s.ear i';:d coronet white. like Jamn conjoined -e. r - solder 180 Buy horsn, switch tail stripe ands small snip, like sm conjoined near ahoulder 181 Dark .brown horse, long tail, star. tsare", Inczz!e, saLdle and collar mark,d, near hip d,,wn, lik? J near aoulder, JR conjoined over crown JB . -ff .hou'der, like 1047 off neck 18. B 'y horse, long sw:tch trll, hind foet white, TPK over 2 near he ulde-, xy near ribs IS18 Bhck mare, long tail, star, ear Hind coronet wha:e, EA near ehsunder, offshoulder R 13...
GARDENERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDER, JULY. [July in Australia corresponds to January in Great Britain.] [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 8 July 1864
GARDENERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDER, JULY. [Jury in Australia correap??ds to January in Great Britain.] &akale -Cover sorre of the earliest plants wi h pots and put some rough lit er round to start th:m' into early growth. Peas awl Broad Beans.-hMfy now be sown ex tensive'y. And those up should have the earth drawn up to them. Potatoes.-Plant a few early variet'es, but not whe e the morning's uns ehibes too early on them. The sun kills when frost has got hold of the hadlm. Syiacha.-The prickly variety may be sown. Sow Salads, are h as Crss, Mustard, Radish. &c. Cabbage and Cauldflocer.-Sow largely of eir'y sors if not previously done. Carrots.-Sow again sparingly. Scotch gail--Sow largely. Fnurr GannEr.-Vine shou'd be pruned, cut tin. s pus in, o'd Vineyards duo and new Vine ya da made.. : Fruit Trres.-Pause all kinds of Fruit trees. Pesch as fruit on the wool made last season. Apri o is on the same bicd of wood partly and partly on aspu s. The m*j i-y of olums fruit on...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 8 July 1864
BUILDING MATERIALS' &c., Wholesale and Retail, viz : Weatherboards, Lumber, Shelving, Scotch Flooring, Lining Boards (rough and planed), all thicknesses of hard and soft wood Scantlings; Hardwood at mill prices; solid and cut Deals; Palings; V.D.L. and Colonial Shingles; Laths; Cedar, (all thicknesses); Turnery-; Skirt ing Architraves and Mouldings; Sashes; Doors. Galvanized Corrugated Iron and Zinc; Ridge Capping, Spouting, and Brackets, head and toe pieces. Cement, Lime (slaked and unslaked); Plaster of Paris (warranted); Plasterers' Hair, Whiting, Glue. Oils and Colors, Turpentine, Kerosene Lamps and Wicks. Gilt and Rosewood 3Mouldings in great' variety. Putty, in hulk; Sheet Lead; White Lead; Sheet Zinc. Spring Cart and heavy Shafts, Felloes, &c., &c., at JAMES CROWLE'S, (Next Oriental Bank), HIGH STREET, HEATIICOTE. To Parties Firnisking. EFORE you make your purchases, call at J. CIIOWLE'S, next the Oriental Bank, High Street, Heathcote: Chests of Drawer...
TELEGRAPHIC NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 8 July 1864
TELEGRAPHIC NOTICE. The attention of the public is directed to Chase 10 of the 4' golations and Gonditions under which Telearams are aurhorise ! to be transmitted in Victoria," provisions beirg ms'e therein enabling the tender of an telegram toobain a copy ofttht same repented back from its place of destinsticn. on making an addi.iirai piyment of one-half the original charge, thus eosurinutte ereare? rn*oont or cerctaciy as to cirrectner s In the transmiatonor (Tgnedh JAS. ?1'CULteOC, Chief Secretary
MR. WILSON GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 8 July 1864
MR. WILSON GRAY. The following well-merited compliment to our old Representative, we re-print from the Age of Wednesday last. The presentation of a seat on the judicial bench to Mr. Wilson Gray is an act which does honor to the Government of Otago. Everybody in Victoria, we may truly say, will share our pleasure at this evidence of the appreciation in his new home of the worth and character of our old friend. Through his long and devoted services in this colony to the cause of the public, Wilson Gray displayed an elevation of sentiment and noble disinterestedness which rdignified the political arena, and won the cordial respect and esteem of even his most strenuous opponents. The people of Otago are not satisfied that such a man should remain among them in the retirement he had chosen. 'They know his value, and have insisted on opening to him another public career, peculiarly suited to his in tegrity and talents. But we are sorry that it is not Victoria which still possesses Wilson ...
HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. WEEKLY REPORT. Thursday, July 7, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 8 July 1864
HEHTHCOTE HOSPITAL. WEELY REPORT. Thursday, July 7, 1864. Niumber of patients ................. 12 Received during the week........... 1 Discharged relieved or cured.......... 0 Diechacged incurable........... .., Q Died .............. ......._.... Out Patients ........ .....».... Corresponding week last ear : Indoor ...» .-......... . - I1 Outdoor ................................ 5 The Sydney Morning Herald attributes the non-capture of Morgan by the police to the neglect of the people at Round Hill Station, in not forwarding earlier intelli gence. That journal says:- "Three police parties fbr the last month have been scouring the distriet between Albury and Wagga Wagga in search of the scoundrel but owing to his constant movement, and the difficult character of the country, they have tasted to cateu aun. o taney were close to him on the day on which he stack up the Round Bill Station, and with 2 very little assistance in the way of infor mation from the mob of people at the statio...
VEGETABLES, AND THE WANT OF THEM. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 8 July 1864
VEGETABLES, AND THE IVANT OF TsHEt.-A patient, at present in the hos pital, tells a tale, graphically illustrative of the utter disregard with which the cul tivation of the ground is looked upon on some of our squatting stati ns. The pa tient in question appears to be about sixty years of age. He was brought into the hospital about three weeks ago suffering under the very worst symptoms of land scurvey. So unwell w,.s he, indeed, that scarcely a hope was entertained of his re covery, and the poor old man was almost content to believe that his days were en ded. For two years he has been employed on one of the largest stations on the Lower Avoca, and for these two years the only approach to a vegetable he had tasted was a few dried apples, obtained at rare inter vals, from travelling hawkers. Not a cabbage, not a lettuce, not a potato does the vast station grow, and the result to the individual in question was impending death. Three short weeks have, however, made a great change. Half...