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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
oral grups. : It is desirable?othat subscribers to the Mechanics' Institute should know, that the alteration ot Byelaw No. 5 provides for closing the Library aid Reading Room durt ing certain p6rliahs of thoday. The rule now reads thrs :-" Tho institution shall be-open to subscribers daily (Sundays excepted) from 10 a.m., to 12 noon, from 1 p.m., to 5 p.m., and.from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m..- . A man named William White was admitted ta the Hospital on Tuesday, suffering from injuries received the same day at Lower Costerfield. HA was work ing at the depth of 90.feet in Messrs. Mornis and, Co.'s claim,,his duty being to fill the buckets. A bucket full of stone had reached within three feet of the top, when the bottom of the bucket fell out, and the stone fell on White. He sus tained a fracture of the right arm, and was otherwise injured. At the. -Hospital Visiting Obinmittee meeting on Tuesday afternoon, there were present - Messrs. Cunningham (in the chair), Adams, and .Macintosh. .The War...
Heathcote Police Court. Thursday, June 25. (Before Mr Willoby, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
* *gir'e A ttd. Thursday, Junoe 25. (Before Mr Willoby, P.M.) . Aaron Brothy was fined 5s. for drunken Oess. ; .. ,. : . Carrying on Business without a License. -Police v. N. A: Smith.- Postponed. lRemoving Timber from Crown Lands. Police v. Simmons. Postponed. Carrying on Business without a -License. Police v. David Hanson. Summons not served. * Removing Timber from Crown Lands. Police v. Edward.Jackson. Fined 8s 4d., and 5s. costs. "Friday, June 26. -(Before Mr Willoby, P.M.) Removing Timber from Crown Lands. Police v, Ryan. Fined 12s 6d., with 5s. costs. Thomas Simmons was fined 12s 6d. and s.. cost,,'ona. similar chargo.' Baturday, June 27. (Before Mr Willoby, P.M.) Debt.-Hay v.'Gibson, £5 15s. iOrder for amount with £1 6s. costs. Monday, June'29. . (Before Mr Willoby, P.M., rund Mr Stacpoole, J.P.) Wages. -Wilson v. Smith, £2 18s Gd. Order for,amnount with 5s. costs.. Debt.-Orders for payment were made in the'following cases :--Yorston and Co. v.'Shelnack, Caldwell, T. Orchard,...
RUSH WORTH. June 30th, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
RUSH WORTH. (From ur ownli Correspondent.) Juno 30th, '1868. The members of .the " Wiggonian " "Society held 'thir weekly meeting last :evening, at the? Bee-hive Hotel; Mr John Ro?k's, Chinaman's Flat. The Chairman having takeii his seat, the Secretary was called upon to .read. the minutes of the last meeting. This request completely annihilated the poor Secretary, as it was totally out of hip power to comply, . knowing well that all the documents: con ;nected with the previous meeting, were : picked up close to the Livei-pool Store, and w.ere at that timo in the .possession of Mr 'Wm.Darby. The Chairman, perceiving that this state Sment was anything but favourably received, and that there was every likelihood, of a repetition' of the former unpleasantness, took the opportunity of calling their atten ,."tion to a dcuinent hoe held in hisnha l --nd --.. He commenced by saying,-Gentlemen, I have this evening brought with me for your edification, a document, .-which, al .though in prin...
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
POST OFFICE, HEATIICOTE. a f:tB1A en: onEiARTTEE OF TUE MAliB The times appointed fr the arrival and depar Stanre of the Maei!a in Heathcoto for 1SG63, are ae abder : From Melbourne, Kvneton, and M?' Mi., daily, Ilonday excepted, at 3 30 e.'n. Closes for dispatch, daily, Sunday excepted, at 2 30 p.m. From Redeostle, Whero, Roushbworth and MI?r hbison, every .M3 day, WVdnesday and Friday, at '230 p.m. Closes for despatch, on Monday, Wed From Sandhurst,Wild Duclk and Axedale, eve M!onday, Wednesday, and F'rily, at 1'30 p.m. Closes for despatch on Tuesdty, Thursday and Saturday, at 10 a.m. -Frcm Kilmore & Pyalong, every Monday, Wed 'needav and Friday. Closes for dispatch every Tuea A slay, 'Thursday, and Saturday, at 7'3) a.m, From Costerfield, every Monday, Wedneoday & Friday. Closed for depa:ch at 8 am. UIrceiving B'xes--Mr J. Dougall'e, High street Cleared daily, Sunday excepted, at 2.15 pmn-. Mr lenwick's Arlyle Gully. Cleared daily, Sunday.exaepted, at 2.15,p.m. Po...
Heathcote Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
A special meeting of the Hospital Com mittee was held in the'Comhfittee Room, on Friday evenin'g, for the purpose of re ceiving tenders for supply fot the ensuing six months. There were present Messis Macintosh (in the chair), Adams, Crowle, Furze, and Van der' Loft. For the supply of firewood, tenders were received. from Messrs Ryan, Love, Merrifield, Simmons, and Marshall. On the motion of Mr Adams,. secoindfd by Mr Crowle, Mr Merrifield's tender was accepted. . . : Messrs Walker, Townsend,.and Bruffell tendered for supply of'hieat; and on the motion of Mr Furze, 'secoinded "by ?[Mr Adams, Mr -Walker's tender was ac cepted. M nr Clark's was the only .tender for milk, and it was accepted on the 'iotion of Mr Furze, seconded by Mr Crowle. : Mrs Dove's tender for breadj being the only one, was ac'cepted on the motion of Mr Adams, seconded by fIr Crowle. Mr Mark Hayes was the only tenderer for butter and eggs', and his tenider 'was accepted, ou the motion of Mr Furze, seconded by Mr C...
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
, rPOST_ OFFICE, HEATHCOTE.h.E% LIST OF LETTERS remsining iTdlaimed a theis Office, received durieg the week e digJe e3 ,16. ? iJune 30th, 1863. D.-ah, Cher es Nicholson Dona'd Firth, Peter ;. Ifaompsoenip, Moore, W' Wil ials;, Daniel P. (') IdMurpiy, Patrirk W od-, Sam 11ST OF LTTERS Detained Lit thuOffice rcquirng Additealld'eet ge: " N t PT l e aEc'naster. t ' E' - "A: " 1
M. GUIZOT ON THE LATE PRINCE CONSORT. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
A1. GUIZOT ON THE LATE PRINCE CONSOIRT. "The memoir: of the -late Prince Consort recently published in London is about to be introduced to the French public, under the title of"' Le Prince Albert, son Carac tere. ses Discours." It is announced as appearing under '' the direction" of Al. Guizot, who hns, written a preface, from which we make a few extr.acts;-"' This book is an act of. tender, conjugal, and royal piety. It was published by the order and with the sanction of the Queen Victoria herself. . A sentiment full of good feeling inspired this pnblication.: Queen Victoria felt the necessity of making known, honored and loved by all, him whom she herself had so much loved and honored. In her. days of mourning she experienced some consola. tion in bringing to light all the fine quali ties, all the merits, of him who had so truly devoted to: her bothihis Iove"aiid his life..' She wished .that the wiorld should know, so far. as the world can know such secrets of. the soul, what a tr...
LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
. . LATEST .DATES. ... Looa tn .. . April 1. (by ielegraphY· ' "iay 4 -e 'ewTYo n A . p. .r Jil 14 : ai " FranciscodP ~ (via'Sydney "'. . "Ap?i? 80 , yCape 'f ]ood Hop . .0.. nMay 4 aino : :: May 16 Lportteln ? .. .. June 7 + ,1a"draa':.' t.: ," _ prif Chro ur .o c. April 15 WaSydneyi .. : .." .. June 19 Bnsbante:ry .. . .. June 13 :..I a': mptonr. . ' Ja.;. ne 10 / -int elidgence from him, and as she Judepended 7 'i-iaLaece'ton-.: '"" -'' "June18 hobartn remittances f'om 18 Pertt C')·':.i ~ 1 :' June'4 she soozi reaa ched a state of pitiable desti t ueJin.. A few days ago, she received two registered leterarg s, containir aniouslye18 Wed intelligence of her husband, and . ls' a welcome remittance . JHer husan4 so person who had kindly writtenay for26 ostelonffice with letters containin mone 6y. ~Christchbnrch,_ =i`' June 5 It appears that- June 4 bu abstracted the noney, which hJune o ursme months p ria o a miner left Talbot ioew erZed, land and his wife remained behind F..For many...
SLAVERY IN THE PACIFIC. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
SLAVERY IN TJIE PA CIFIO. (Fron tile Argus.)• Geographically situated as we are at the other end of:civilisation, w~e had reason to hbpo that, if distance has robbed us of some of its enjoyments, it has also guarded against the approach of some of its vices. It appears that we were two sanguine. If there is one vice above another from u hich we might have anticipated im munity, it is slavery. Our traditions, our heritage, our aspirations, jussified he -in the belief that we were destined to inau gurate, in the Southern Hemisphere, an era of political and-personal freedom un known to older climes. The readers of our journal to-day may now know how cruel is our disappointment. We have from time to time published fragmentary in telligence that pointed to the enactment of a terrible tragedy in the Pacific. The Sydney papers at last bring us a detailed account of the whole affair, so full of crime and misery, that indignation -and sorrow are confounded. - It appears that the Peruvian Gov...
POST OFFICE REGULATIONS FOR THE ISSUE AND PAYMENT OF POST OFFICE MONEY ORDERS: [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
POST OFFICE BaxivL'rosla FOE THE ISSUE AND, PATHEN'T OF Post OrFICE MONEs?.ODEnns: His Exeelleocy the Governor, w th the edvice of the Eiecutivo Council, his been pleased to di rect thh publication of the following Regulations for the issue and payment of post office money orders in the Colony of Victoria; naid the public are hereby informed that iri conformity with these regulatinos, money orders may be obtained and be made payable at the undermentioned places, on and after the 1st July, 1858: i. Phces and times of isesuo and payment. Money orders may be obtained end be made pay able atthe following places, viz.: The Post Office at Melbourne Ditto Geelong -Ditto Ballaarat "Ditto Bandhurst 'Ditto -Castlemniine Ditto Beechworth Ditto uilmore Ditto Maryborough Ditto Ararat Ditto Pleasant Creek Ditto Williamstown Ditto Portlinid Ditto Belfast :Ditto Warnambool between- ti hours of Ten "a.m.l and Three p.m. daily--Sundays exeepted. 2.2 Limitof amount, and number to be issued or paid: Mj...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
;B?SINESS : DIBECTORY." .1 RS KING Milliner and Draper, Alma House' .next Oriental'Bank, High street, Heathcotoe TAMES CROWLE, 'Builder .and Undertaker tV next Oriental Bank,lHeathcote. T?IIOMAS CRAVEN, Stoiekeeper, ?ilns and d lpirit Merchant, nearly .pposite . Telegraph' 'ad Post'hcces, Heathcote. TrATHCOTE HOTEL, High streetHeathcote: . JAMES HAT, proprietor. EATHCOTE : .LOUR .MILL en-J g it -street.. A DAM T. GIBSON. Fraiterer. Padlterer, and 1?. Greengrocer, B?lh-street,.H?ithcote. I IVERSON,' Teancer of. Musi, -Heatlieote JL.' " Hotel. .. .NO'T I'CE. G. "DICK ASON, haing.' been advised by J.! 'many friends to commence business in Heath: cot4, begs to intimate that:h has takesn premises in IHih street;, vhere'he is -prepared- to receive, and execute orders for every description' f Gentlemen's and Youths' Clothing; and as" every care "will be 'taken to"seeare the best goods, latest fashion, and asuperior workimanship, all lovers of dress combined •with ease, comfort, and economy...
(FROM THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY, PUBLISHED ON SATURDAY.) THE MINISTERS OF THE CROWN IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
(FROM THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE EXTRA ORDINARY, PUBLISHED ON SATURDAY.) TEE MINISTERS OF THE CROWN IN VICTORIA. [It is notified that the Governor having accepted the resignation of the late Minis try,1 His Exzellehey has been pleased this day -to appoint The Hon. James M'Culloch, M.L.A., to be the Chief Secretary; George Higinbotham, Esq., M.L.A., to be the Attorney-General; The Hon. George Frederic Verdon, M.L.A., to be the Treasurer; TheHon. Richard Heales,M.L.A., to be the President of the Board of Lands and Works, and the Commissioner of Crown Lands and Survey y;, The Hon. Matthew Hervey, M.L.C., to be a Vice-President of the Board of Land and Works, and the Commissioner of Public Works; ThoHon. James Goodall Francis, M.L.A. to be the Commissioner of Trade and Customs ; . .. The Hon. James Forrester Sullivan, M.L.A., to be the Minister of Mines; The Hon. James Macpherson Grant, M.L.A., to be a Vice-President of the B?ord of l and and Vo?rk. and thf Cnm Ron. WADSWORTII, Acting Priva...
THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
THiE MINISTRY. S (From. Saturday's Argus.) The Miinisterial interregnum has termi nated. .lMr M'Cnlloch waited upon the Governor at Toorak, yesterday afternoon, and-submitted to His Excellency the names of the gentlemen ready to act with him in the Government. The list was approved, and we p~esiiie the new MIinistert will be sworn in to-day,. The gentlemerý'who .will be associated with Mr M'Culloc are-Mr Francis, Mr Heales, Mr Verdon,,~r Higin botham, Mr Grant, Mr Sullivan.! the Hon. M. Hervey, and the Hon. T. H. Fellows. The dispbsition of offices is asjfollows: Chief Secretary, Mr M'Culloch j Attorney General, Mr Higinbotham; Tinance, Mr Verdon; Lands, Mr Heales; CLstoms, Mr Francis; Pnblic Works, Mr Hs vey ; Rail ways, Mr Grant; Mines, Mr Sullivan. The Postmaster-Generalship is not yet filled upýTr elnows has a seat in?li Cabinet, but without portfolio. It will be seen that most of the new Ministers are men of more or less official experience. Indeed, the only members of the Cabi...
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
MECHANICS': INSTITUTE. . A meeting, of, subscribers, was -held on Monday evening, the 29th instant, for: the purpose of altering Byelaw No. 5. Mr Hughston occupied the chair. Mr Dougall, the Librarian, stated that he would attend the institution from 10 o'clock a.m. to 12 noon, from 1 to 5 p.m.,. and frbmoi to 10. p.m. Mr Hubbard moved and iMr Brookes se conded-" That Rule 5 be ltered to the above effect; and that a ndtice be posted on the outer door of the institution." Car ried. A meeting, of the Managing Committee was then held, when there were present - Messrs Hughston (in the chair), Hubbard, Gralit, Weston, Crowle, Adams, Budd, Van der Loft,, Brookes, and Olsson. The minutes of last meeting. were read and confirmed. . .: One small account ;for printing was passed for payment. - -
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
A' iEWSPAPER without a1 policy s much thei sine as , carpenter without ols, or a township without houses; and i almost as useful as an Editor without brains; and although such things are to e found occasionally, they rarely fulfil t e func tions for which they are intende . Our friend': the . pipelight" is afrai to go in ias:theadvocate of, the late inistry directly, and so he began last cekex pressipg doubts as to' the possibility of McCulloch- .succedding in ibrming a ministry, and said " if he cann t, he will have io seek support from the oit going inistry :" a glorious idea whether original, or select; We thinl4 it is from the Herald, . Why did not our contem po:ary advocate :such a course? He evidently sympathises -with the Ministry, and considers their resignation a calamity: sa -ruatine i:means.- ni rteos us bnabl-= ::? "The resignation of the ministry just at the present time, when the session was so near its close, cannot but be regretted by every one who wishes for the. pr...
NOT COMING ROUND BY DEGREES. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
NOT COMING ROUND BY DEGREES. We often have to performt duties in this life that ale very ' disagreeable, and we suppose that we must acknowledge hiat there is such a person .as the Editor, of the Rodney " Spark.", A dunmg barge has a captain, as well 'as a line-of-battle ship; and although the two geniuses of the horse feed office and the horse bazaar profess to conduct the business of two distinct papers, no one believes it. Their cloquence, how ever, is of the same high classic order, and their styles of writing so .remarkably alike, that the coincidence astonishes all those who are not initiated in the mysteries of the connection. • The " Spark" is the sting of the establishment, and is used-for,the punir pose of intimidating those who are not blessed with the friendship of Mr Furze. ' If a man offends him, the " Spark" taxes him with entertaining national prejudices: illegally detaining property, or with being a political loafer, a subtle reptile, an abject apologist; or some ot...