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HEATHCOTE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, 5th July, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 8 July 1864
HEATHCOTE, DISTRICeT 1' BOARD. Zuesday, 5th July, 1884:1 Present - Messrs Matheson (C C s Cbhair), Cocks, Freeman, E?gan, a ? and Dr. Robinson. The minuttes of the previous and meetings were read and confirmed. CORRESPOtDENicE, The Clerk read the letters and n? addressed by himself to others o?e business of the Board. Letters were received from lMr. 3?I:.i?' gregor, on the subject of the balanceof . vote for the Campaspe bridge. From the Roads and Bridges o ice closing regulations for exacting tolls ?. From the Roads and Bridges onlce the subject of the expenditure of the : of £350. being the balance of the vo~ &&lt; the Campaspe bridge; and another lei on the distribution of the vote for damages. From the Treasury, stating thatr second moiety of the grant will be payl, on the 15th proximo. From Mr. 31acgregor, in answer t ohi letter asking him to use his influence ?:&lt;, keep to the district that portion of ti district to which the shire Council: Kyneton la...
UNITED TOWN AND GOLD-FIELD COMMONS. Tuesday, 5th, July, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 8 July 1864
UNITED TOWN AND GOLD-FIELD, COMMIONS. Tuesday, 5th, July, 1864. Present -Messrs Townsend, (in the Chair), Steedman, Bramble, M'Kay, and Furze. 'The minutes of the previous meetings were confirmed on the motion of ;Mr. Bram ble, seconded by Mr. M'IIay. Proposed by Mr. Furze, seconded by Mr. Steedman-" That the Secretary write to Mr. Byrne, and request him to complete the Survey of the Common, as soon as. possible." Carried. Dogs' collars in all probability wil soon be at high premium, in consequence of the large demand which will be created by the new act. Yesterday's Ballarat Star, in reference to the requirements of the act, that each dog must wear a collar with an engraved plate thereon, remarks :-" The secretary of the council of Ballaarat shire writes to say that this provision has caused a considerable stir among country saddlers, as it is anticipated that in the shire alone fully one thousand will, be required. We may remark that some of the Ballaarat saddlers and ironmongers ...
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. SUCCESSFUL ATTACK ON THE REBELS. TWO HUNDRED MAORIES KILLED AND WOUNDED. [PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] VIA SYDNEY, 6th July. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 8 July 1864
THE WAR? IN NEW ZEALAND. SUCCESSFUL ATTACK ON THE REBELS. TWO HUNDRED MAORIES KILLED AND WOUNDED. (By Electric Telegraph.) [PER GIREVILLE AND BIPD, EEtTTER S AGENT.'.} VIA SYDNEY, 6th 'July. On the 21st June the rebels having commenced to erect a new pa; intercepting the road used hy the Colonial Defence Corps, 500 infantry and cavalry started from the Gate Pa, under ColonelrGreer, to dislodge them. Skirmishing commenced, when it was thought advisable to send for reinforcements. The soldiers of the 43rd and 68th Regiments clamored for leave to make an assault on the rebel position. A storming party was formed; the men rushed forward, and, having received a heavy volley, carried the pa in a few minutes at the point of the bayonet. The enemy's loss amounted to. two hundred killed and wounded, whilst our loss was only nine killed and forty wounded. Thirty rebels were taken prisoners. Amongst other noted chiefs killed were Ra wiri, and the chief who wrote the chal lenge which was sent t...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] Melbourne, Thursday 8 o'clock p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 8 July 1864
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (By Electric Telegraph.) [PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] Melbourne, Thursday 8 o'clock p.m. Alplication for a Writ Habeas Corpus for the release of Hancock and Sawell, of Pro vident Institute notoriety, has been refused. At a sale of Crown Lands at North Mel bourne, to-day, the land averaged twenty two hundred pounds per acre; one lot sold at the rate of four thousand two hundred and fifty pounds per acre. The total amount realised was ten thousand four hundred and sixty-seven pounds. The Supreme Court have decided that Municipal Rates must be assessed upon the nett annual value of property. Flour is firm at £28 10s. Arrived-Albion, steamer, from Otago, her dates are to the 30th, the news is un important, she brings one hundred and forty passengers, and four thousand ounces of gold.
THE BENDIGO MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 8 July 1864
THE BENDIGO MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. -The first sod in the erection of the new institute was turned yesterday, and the work is likely to be proceeded with as actively as possible. At the laying of the foundation stone the Masonic Order and the various schools will take part. The subscription to the institution, as will be seen from an advertisement, is £1 per annum, 5s. a quarter, and 2s. Gd. for junior members, and should be sufficiently small to secure a large number of subscribers. Aduertiser, July 1.
THE WAR IN AMERICA. VIA SYDNEY, 6th July. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 8 July 1864
THE WAR IN AM1ERICA. V~I S'?DNcy, 6th July. The Amateur brings later intelligence from the seat of war, but it is of little im portance. It is rumored that the qeat of Govern ment is to be removed from Washington to Philadelphia. 3I'Clellan will take the command of the army of the Potomac. It is considered likely that the Senate will pass a new tariff 21 per cent. higher than MLorrell's. General Halleck has resigned. Gigantic preparations are being made by both Grant and Lee for the coming struggle. In his last defeat Banks lost 2000 men. Clayton defeated the Confederates with heavy loss in Arkansas, which has since passed a Free State constitution. The rebels evacuated Fort Pillow, and destroyed the works. When the place was captured, the Confederates massacred a number of negroes. Congress ordered a committee of inquiry, and, if the statement prove true, Lincoln declares that he will retaliate.--Age.
PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS DIRECTORY. HEATHCOTE. Heathcote Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 8 July 1864
PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS DIRECTORY. HE AT HC OTE. Heathcote Borough Council. Mayor, C. Robinson, Esq.; Crs Hay, Morris, Craven, Grant, and Ha'l. Town Clerk, Mr. T. R. Burch, Meet every other Wednesday, at 3 p.m , in the Town Hall. Committees - Public Works, Legislative, and Finance, composed of the whole Council. Meet when required. Solicitor, Mr Adamson : Surveyor, vacant. Inspector Lf Nuisances, Constable Timothy; Inspector of Slaughter Yards, Constable Moran.
Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 8 July 1864
Hospital. Troatees.-1r . Jam. s lay, Mr Edward Hall, Mr Adam Stacpoole. Committee, Mes-rs Hay (Chairman), Cunningham Keene, Edwin Adams, Dale, Sn:her'and, Von der Luft, Tierney, Carkeet, Campbell, and Crowe. Meet the second Tuesday in every month at S p.m. Visiting Committee-Messrs Hay (Chairman), E. Ad.aw, Cunningham, and Keene. Meet every Tuesday at 4 p.m. Medical O!ricer, Dr "Robirson; Hon. Sec. Mr. Edwin Adams. iVarder, Mr Cockey; Matron, 3Mrs Cockey.
Heathcote Road Board. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 8 July 1864
lecathcote Road Board. Chairman Mr M -ttheson ; Member,, Messrs Winter, Cccks, Fre.man, Morris, Robinson, and Egan. Clerk, Mr Stephenson. Meet in their office, on the first Tuesday in every month at 3 p.m. Solicitor, 51r Mi!lett; Surveyor, Mr. Strong. STreasurer, Mr Hay.
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 8 July 1864
A?crIEr ORDER OF FORESTERS.- A Lodge of this order has been established at Redcastle, when it soon established a claim to popularity, and has become a great suc cess. REGuLVs.-We are happy to learn that the Victorian Antimony Smelting Company have received theirnew retort, and that they wrill re-commence work in a few days. DAucEaouss.-The old bridge on the Wyneton road, is in a very dangerous state. We. areJnfnrm'no hy th XSynotoi Coachman, that one of his horses fell, through his leg getting between the logs, and that the animal would have broken its legs had it not been for the timely assistance of Mrr. Shakespeie's- men. TEE Eitasosic BA.. -- Extensive pre parations are being made for the forth coming ball, and it" will no doubt be a brilliant affair, nothing will be omitted that is at all calculated to enhance the pleasure of the company; it is sufficient with regard to the music, to mention the names of ier son and Golmick. GARDE'NNG.--We have received a copy of Law, Somner, &...
(To the Editor of the M'Ivor Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 8 July 1864
(To the Editor of the M'Iror Times.) Will you permit me a small space in your aper in reply to a letter from Dr. Robinson, in your last week's issue, wherein the Dr. s much aggrieved that J. J. Clarke was admitted as a patient to the hospital after ieeing with an accident. Any person can ee by the reading his letter where the shoe inches, he not having the chance of getting is ten guineas a visit by coming to his ether's house as usual. The Committee lone can decide as to the truth whether the r. did call that special meeting or not, ere are many reasons to believe he did; tale of the affair is very feasible until S other is told. I believe the hospital looks r its support by voluntary contribuntions ad yearly subscriptions, now all the men S ployed in Mr. Clarke's claim have weekly perscribed a six-pence each for that Insti tion for some two or three years, (J. J. C. ongst the rest), that in case of an accident ey may have a place to go to, and get roper treatment, therefore why sh...
POST OFFICE REGULATIONS FOR THE ISSUE AND PAYMENT OF POST OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
BzEIULATIOS FOR TnE ISstu ASJ PATMStT OF PosT OFrcIS MaIsT OmnEos. His Excellency the Gvernor, sr th the advice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to di rect thh publication of the fo.louving Regnulations for the issue and paymeit of pest oiece money orders in the Colony of Victoria; and the public are hereby informed that in couformity with these regulations, money orders may be obtaiutn, and be made payable at the undermeationed places, an and after the Ist July, 8.5;- 1. Places and times of isasne and payment- M-oney orders may be obtained .nd be made pay ablo at the follow og places, viz.: The l'os: oltSce at Melbourne Ditt, Geeloug Ditto L'ailarat Ditto Sandhurst Ditto Castlemaine Ditto Bechworth Dittya Kilmore Ditto . aryborough Ditto Ararat Ditto Pleasant Creek Difto Williamstown Ditto .Portland Ditto belfa t Ditto Warnembool between tue mars of .Ta -a. as- 'hree p.m. daily-Sundays eoepted. 2. Limit of amountr, and number to be issued or paid : Money orders may be i-s...
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES ARE AUTHORISED TO BE TRANSMITTED IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. EEGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS U DER WHICH TELEOGRAPHIc MESSAGES ARE AICEORISE? 10 BE TEINSMITTED IN VICTO2Li. 1. To lessen as much as possible any liability to eatrrin the transmission of Me-sages from defec. tivemanuscrint, it is desirable that the use of Figures should be avoided, and that words at length he substituted; and the public, in using the El-crric Telegraph. are requested to be particular in giving a full and cerrect address to every Mes sage, so that the least possible delay in delivery may occur. 2. Messages will be transmitted in the order of their recepsion, and no precedence will be allowed, except for spec al despatches on the service of the ,overnment, the arres: of criminals, and in cases of pres-ing emergency, sickness, or death. 3. All Messages will be held strictly confidential. 4. Parment of Charges in advance will be re quired, except for Pbep ies to Interrogatory 3les sa? s on whi?h the serder mar have written the words -' Reply will be pa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
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GARDENERS' AND FARMERSA LEND E[?] JULY. [July in Australia corresponds to January in Great Britain.] [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
GARDEN BS 'AND pARBSRiA L END E nttr. [Jt in Australia correspond to anuary in - GrOeat Britain-] &aka? e -Cover Mso e of the erliest ihnts wi h pot? ard pet son.e zough lit er round to start th-m sato sarly gr'wth. Peas and Broad Becans.-My rowbe rown a tersihe?y Andthose up ihourd have the earth drawn up to them. Potatoes.-Plant a f?w ena'y rarietes, but cot whee the niorring's tusn hit e4 too e.zly on them. The sun kills when fr.at has get ho d of the ha-lm. npinach.-The prickly variety may he sown. , Sow Salads, ath as Cr.ss, Mustard, Badiih. «e. Cabbage and CauZilfowuer.-Sow largely of ear.y sorts if not previously done. CarrotL.-Sow agrai spstir gy. &hcu Kai.--Sow lsrgely. Farrr GaoRrr.-TVies shou d be pruned. cat tins put in, od Vin:yares dun, ani new Vine ya. d made. Fruit * recs.-Ptnue a'l kinds ef F:uit tres. Peaclhs fruit oa the woo n ade last sesa.n • Aprai c ts oR the sace li-d, f woo. p,-.ly an panrtl on aspts. h-m j ri y f!alu:ns fr it rn tfo,year od w...