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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. (F-one the Home 1YNews.) The new Colonial Minister displays a courageous candour in the discharge of his Parliamentary duties which promises well. He does not hesitate to avow any errors that may have been previously committed in our colonial policy, and -to proceed forth with to correct them. An instance oc curred recently in the case of what we suppose must be called the Ashanteo war, in which he completely reversed the in structions of the Duke of Newcastle. It seems that we had drifted into a war in the Ashantee country without knowing it, and that the consequences were of a most disastrous nature. The origin of this war was one of those circumstances to which European settlements in the close neigh bourhood of powerful native tribes are always exposed, and which we have not yet learned how to deal with effectually. The King of Ashantea is in the habit of making a periodical sweep of the popula tion, partly for the purpose of obtaining sacrifices for his infern...
Crime in Woolwich. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
Crihie it Woolwich.-At the Woolwich Police-court on April 26 there were no charges, a circomstance which has not occurred for 20 years. 3r. Maude, the presiding magistrate, presented Mr. Yokes, the clerk, with a Fair of white gloves. A gardener of Yvetot. (Seine-Inferieure) has discovered a simple manner of ridding a garden of caterpillars. A piece of woollen "stuff having" been lodged in a tree hy the wind, was found to have become covered with those insects. The man seeing that result placed several other pieces on diffe rent trees, a id the caterpillars settling on them in the night he was able to destroy a quantity every morning. The ' Quebec Gazette' of the 20th April says :-" This.afternoon, between 1 and 2 o'clock, a smart shock of earthquake was felt throughout this city, lasting for several seconds. The houses were so violently shaken that all who were in. them made their way to the street as quick as possible. .We are happy fo state that no damage was done, so far as we ha...
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. LATER NEWS FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. GREAT ENGAGEMENT BEYOND THE GATE PA, TAURANGA. SPLENDID VICTORY BY OUR TROOPS. THE PA CAPTURED, AND THE ENEMY COMPLETELY ROUTED. ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY OF THE REBELS KILLED—THIRTY WOUNDED AND PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
THE WAR IN EW ZEALAND. TER NEWS -FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. (From the Age.) REAT ENGAGEMENT BEYOND THE GATE PA, TAURANGA. SPLENDID VICTORY BY OUR TROOPS. 'E PA CAPTURED, AND THE ENEfMY COMPLETELY ROUTED. NE HUNDRED A-NI TWENTY OF THE REBELS KILLED-THIRTY WOUNDED AND -PRISONERS. By the City of Hobart we have files or Otagob to the 2nd inst.,: and from" uckland to the 25th ilt. We take the following account of the te battle from the correspondent of the outeit CGross, 23rd Jne :- Raving just heard that H,M.S." Esk is leave for Auckland in a few minutes, I aenabled to send you a few.scraps of in ormation respecting the spirited engage eat between our troops and the rebels, which took place to-day, about noon, at a position about four miles beyond the Gate Pa. The rebels had commenced the 'erec tion of a new pa, on a narrow neck of land having deep gullies on three sides, and on the fourth side intercepting the road so frequently traversed of late by the Defence Force on expeditions. A force...
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
-ANOTICES.. A 'PPROACIU G M:EETINSS. 'Munwicpal Council. - In -the Town Hall, at half-past 6 p.m., on Wednesday, July 20th. Heathcote Dsrict Road Board.---Road Beard Office, at 1 p.m., on Tuesday, Angust 2nd.-: -- -.- . Hospital-In the Committee Room, on Tuesday, August 9th, at pm. Mechanics' In?fitute.-In the Committee Room, at half-past 8p.m., on Monday, July 18th. Managers of the Heathcote Town and 'Gold-fields Commons.-At the Town Hall, on Tuesday, August-2nd. Masonic Lodge.-In the Lodge, at 8 p.m., on Friday, August 5th. Odd Fellows' Lodge.-In the Lodge Room, Victoria Hotel, on Wednesday, 27th July, at half-past 7 p.m. PUBLISHED EFERY FRDAY MORNINsG. HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY. Fr~DAY, JULY 15, 1864.
Heathcote 12th July, 12th, 1864. To the Committe of Management, Heathcote Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
Heathcote, 12th July, 12th, 1864. he Committe of Management, Heath cote Hospital. entlemen,-I am indebted to the or eirs, for an account of your pro ins at the meeting of the 14th ult., be- to make a few remarks upon it. e first place, as much misapprehension ars to exist on the subject of Dr. rt's visit to Heath while in the Hos I, it becomes necessary to furnish you Sthie facts of the case. An operation in been suggested as the only chance lief, Heath's brother requested a con ation before anything more might be , saying he would defray all expenses rred in it. At his instigation I tele hed for Dr. Stuart,. whom I had re mended. A consultation was held and peration decided on. It was not, how. as has been more than once eroneously d, performed by Dr. Stuart; nor was Snilar operation, on the opposite side of body, which sometime afterwards was ired to save life. On the last occasion Smedical man was present but myself. SMr. R. C. Carkeet been acquainted these facts, it is probable ...
Hotels. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
Hotels. Etheredge's Lake, J.,sber'e True Brtoen, 'iiernev's Bibernian, Cameron's Ben Nevis, Snrherland's Victoria, Hay's Hethcote Cuniingham's Shamrock, A. H. B. Morris's Mount Ida, Kennedy's Union, Brady's Emeu, Grundy's Globe, and Cravsn's Northumberland Arms
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
WE admire our contemporary's forethought and precaution in heading his leading articles-" The Coming Election;" " The Hospital;" " The Bridges," &c. The ne cessity for this is apparent, for without it, the people would sometimes be left in the dark altogether; but when we see a leading article headed "The Coming Election," al most solely devoted to the purpose of mis leading people with regard to circumstances connected with the last election, and another headed, " The Hospital," which is merely a malicious attack on Mr. Adams, the Hon orary Secretary,. we may be excused if we indulge in a laugh. We are compelled now and then to notice the vagaries of our con temporary, certainly not for the purpose of making most of our readers acquainted with his tricks, inconsistencies and absurdities, but thole living at a distance, who have not had an opportunity of watching the little local games, might be mislead even by the Noose. Our friend in crawling round to laud Mr. Macgregor, a...
[MR. MACGREGGR'S REPLY.] 57, Little Collins Street, Melbourne, 30th April, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
[UR. MACGIREGOR'S REPLY.] 57, Little Collins Street, Melbourne, 30th April, 18G4. Dear Sir,-I have to acknowledge your communication relative to the Government Grant to the Heathcote Hospital for this year. It appears that the principle adopted by the Government in the matter is, that any balance of assets over and above the liabilities and expenditure of the year is to he deducted from the Grant for the next. In the statement which was sent in from your hospital for the quarter ending 31st Dec., it seems there was an available balance in hand of 4£275 7s., which, upon the principle referred to, was deducted from the amount which would have been otherwise granted. I saw the Treasurer upon the subject, and stated to him the position to which his scheme of distribution threatened to reduce your hospital, when, after somediscussion, he desired that you would forward a full statement of the position and prospects institution, as well as an explanation of the balance shown by your Decemb...
Churches. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
CArcires. Christ Chirch of England- Incnmbent Rev The odore Budd. Organist. MIr Adams. Commit tee, Rev. T. Budd, and Messrs Lawsvon, Adams, IIaston, Merrifield, (;hi.tree, King. Ai:ter, Spi ·c-k, Campleil. Woll.st n. Ferg-s -n, Fin der. Ste:hen-on. Orr, Ros', ai d Goddard (See retary). Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and ha'f-p Ot 6 p.m. Roman Catholic Church-Clergyman. Rev - Ne villa. Service once a fortnight. Pre byterianr Church-Miiniste.,Rev W. Leishman. Precentor, Mr. Greir. Service every Sunday aL 1 a.m and ha f-peat 6 p.m. Wesleyan Church - Minister, Rev A. Stubbs, Commnittee, Messrs Trevaskis, Rowe, Crowle. and Jaeksh. Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and half-past 6 p.m. United Methodist Free Church-Minister. Rev E. Hughes. Organist Mr A lsop. Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and half-past 6 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
BUSINESS .DIREII TORY... TUTHCOTE HOTEL, High street, Heathcote .-lAMES HAY, proprietor. THCOTE FLOUR MILL, Jinning 'treet. 6678 ':,T S CROWLE, Builder and Undertaker t Oriental Bank, Heathcote. GRANT, Blacksmithr, Heathcote,. has sale, Agrienlmura Implements, Drays, br~,lsrows, Blacksmith's and ining Tools, >. Shoeing and Jobbing executed with the care and dispatch. 53- 68 'VERSOI, Teacher of Music, Heathcore Hotel. S...... 66 78 S. ROW, Tuscan, Straw, and fancy Hoe ; , and B net Maker. Dyeing, cleaning, and aM r to the present fashion.- Opposite the Office, High Street, heatheote. 56 68 : S KING Milliner and Draper, Alma House High street, Heathcote 88 78 ' IVOR TIMES office, next Dr. Robinson, High street, Heathcote. ILIP ORLEMANI, Builder and Contractor. Huntrly, near Sandhurst. O3IAAS CRAVEN, Storekeeper, Wine and Spirit Merchant, nearly opposite Telegraph Post oflices, Heathcote. ' UE BRITON HOTEL, Caledonia Gully. Gocd accommodation for man and horse. t-ec as w nes, spirit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
YOST OFFICE, HEATRCOTE. ABBIVAL Ar n DEPazT-UE or TE O ITLS The times appointed for the arrival and depar ture of the Mails in Heathcote fir 1364, are as trnder: From leltourne, 'Sandhurst, Wild Duck lTrrek, and" Axedale daily, iMonday excepted, at 5 a.m. CIores for despatch daily, Sunday .ecepted, at From Gosterfild, Bede?stle, Vbroo, Rushworth an3Imeubison, very - Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. at 2 p.m. CIoses for despa'ch on lMon day, W1Iresdsy, and F iday, at 6 p.m. From Filmore and P.along, every Monday, Wednesday, and FPiday, at 5 30 p.m. Clrses for dspstah4very Mon day, Wednesday, and Friday, a 6p.ma. From Kynrton, M? a3 ia, ard Barfold every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 8.30 p.m. Closs-for despteh- for Melbnurne, vie Kyneton, Brford. and Mi 3i on M3onday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 2 p.m. Receiring Boxes--3Mr. J. Dougal1's.High-street Cleared darly, Sunday excepted, at 12.45 p.m ýMr. Benwick's, Argyle Gully. Cleared daily, Snny excepted, at 12.45 p.m. Post Oficeoi.en d...
Masonic Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
Mas?onic Lodqc. Br James, W.31..; Br alay, PM.: Br Adsmson P M1.; Br Chris ie. S.W,; Br McInnes. J.W.; Br. ?.Sa2, S.D.; br B.g.r b, Tre.;uler; Br Buu-h. Secie'ary; Er Adams, O(rganist; Pr. C MIumrfnd, J.D.: Br. ?e se, J.G.; Br. Wylie, 'Iyl.r. ,d.et the firat Friday in every month, at 8 p.m. Itstructiur every Sunday and 'hursday at 8 p.m.
HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. Tuesday, July 12th, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
SHEATIHCOTE HOSPITAL. ; - leesday, July, 12th, 18W4. A meeting of the Hospital Committee was held on Tuesday evening, the 12th inst. Present--Messrs. Hay (in the ChMir) Crowle, Cunningham, Tierney, Walker Von-der-Luft, Dale, ?1'Innes, and th Hon. See., jMr. Adams. The minutes of the. previous, meeting were read and confirmed. The Chairman said the first subject fo0 the consideration of the Committee was the motion of whfch- Mr. Von der Luft. gave notice. Mr. Von der Luft said-" In rising to propose a reduction in the salary of the medical officr, I do it upon the grounds that a necessity for retrenchment exists. It is not from any connection with a clique that I wish to propose the reduction, but simply for the sake of economy. I there. fore beg to propose. that the Doctor's salary be reduced from £150 to £100 pe, annum." After a few minutes of silence, the Chairman asked if any member wished to speak to the motion. As there was no response, he declared that the motion had lapsed fo...