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Mechanics Institution. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
ec'icanic Iurdlitution. Presidtnr, Rey. T Buidd; Vice Presidents, 3Messrs. V n d-r Lu'r, and R v WV. L: ishm.n; i"on. See, Mr Adams ; Committee, M*essrs Vander lufr, k:;y, 3lclnes. Thomas. Grant, Odtsono B ooke-; alsop, -nrze. IDa , Stevenac,. La-s. soa, end Rev. Mr. HnIhghes. MIeet on the fire and third Mounday in every month, at half paut 8 pm. Treasurer, M.r Crow!e. Librarian, ",r Dougall: Library and Reading open d.iry from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Government Service. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
Government Service. County Court and Cour, of Mine'. - Judge, Bis Hutor V. P. G. Skinner; Clerk, Sir Hogarth B.iliiff, Mr Il.:C. Carkeet. Sits every three unoutbs. Police iourt. - Police Magistrate, W. Willoby, I.sq.; Joutires of the Peace, Messrs Stae pool,. Cccrs, obi???en, '?. H. Robert vn, and Hiugh t orer. son. Clerk of the Bench, MJr 11. garth, 'Sit- evcry day, at 11 a.m. Warden's Court. -- Warden,. er.Willoby, Eaq.; Clerk, Mr Lauesth Sits when lequired. Gld Ofre.- -Ieceiver, Mir Hog.rth. Open every 5aiur -ey t half-pase 9 a.m. Ectort deepatched every other M1onday, at half- past 6 a.m. Guardian ol Minors,. Mr R illoby. ALeit forthe CUrator'of Intestate Estates, and Contnissioner for taking Affidavits and Acknow. lergemnents of Married Women, Mir Hogatth. Regierar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages, and allic Vaccinator, .r Robinson. Police. - Superintendent, Mr B. T. WiSlon, s--jeant, Mr O'Neil. Pcundkeeper, Mr Job i-Bamilto n.. Mini g Surveyor Mr B. W' WoIshe, Post and Tlesr a...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. AGENTS.] Melbourne, Thursday 8 o'clock p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (By Electric Telegraph.) [PER GREVI-LE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] Melbourne, Thursday 8 o'clock p.m. The Government Grant of £25,000, voted for the repairs of flbod damages, is not to be distributed till the. reports have been received from the local engineers of all the districts which have been affected. A private telegram, dated California, 5th May, was received by the Mail, intimating that wheat had gone up to three cents. per pound, and was -likely to reach four or five cents. About four hundred tons of "flour changed hands here in consequence, at £28 to £28 10s.
ARRIVAL OF THE MADRAS, WITH THE MAY ENGLISH MAILS TIMES OFFICE, Tuesday, 2 o'clock, p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
ARRIVAL OF THE MA D R A S, WITH THE MAY ENGLISH MAILS (By.Electric Telegraph.) [?an o ?zV.E A?D BImD, EEUZ5's AGENS.J TIMES OFFICE, Tuesday, 2 o'clock, p.m. [We published the following Telegraphic Summary for town circulation on Tuesday.] The Rangatira, with the English May Mails, arrived at Adelaide at 9"45 last night. Reports an American ship at King George's Sound, which had been boarded on the passage out by the Confederate steam ship Georgia. She was released on giving a bond for the ship and cargo, belonging to English owners. The Queen held a second Court on the 7th of May. The Princess Alexandra held a Drawing Room, in place of the Queen, on the 18th. The Prince made his debut in public as Chairman of the Military Fund Dinner. Prince Alfred is making a tour of the Continent. The Derby was won by Blairathol; General Peel, second ; Scottish Chief, third. The correspondence of the Governor of New Zealand with the Colonial Office wa produced in the House of Commons, rela tire to...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
AMERICA. On the 12th May, Hancock assaulted Lee's right, capturing fifteen' guns, and 3,000 prisoners, marsy were afterwards re taken. The Federal assaults against Lee's centre and left, were repulsed with great slaughter, the carnage was truly awful. Lee has retreated to a stronger position, Grant is in pursuit, and another Federal army under Butler, is approaching Richmond, and is opposed by Beauregard. The Federals under Banks have met with great reverses. Federal steamers, with.supplies for Banks have been cut off and sunk or captured. May 14th.-The army of the Potomac, under General Grant, crossed the Rapidan on the 4th, and was encountered by Lee in a severe battle which lasted two days, and terminated in a victory to the Confederates. Lee then retreated to a strong, position at Spottsylvania. The most sangiinary battle of the war took place near the Court H?drse, at Spott sylvania, the engagement lasted fourteen hours, the loss to the Federals was terrific. During three days'...
CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
CONTDTN TAL. A Naval Engagement took place on the 9th of May, between the Austrian and Prussian Squadron and that~ f Denmark; the Danes were victorious. The Austrians sought a refuge at leliogoland. After the fall of D'uppel, Frederica was occupied 'oy the Austrians. The Danes have withdrawn from the Island of Feunen, and have entirely evacuated the main land. The manner itf which the Prussians treated the inhabitants of Jutland, has ex cited great indignation in England. The Conference on the Danish question has agreed to an armistice for one month, ending 15th June. - Prussia and Austria declare themselves released from the conditions of the treaties of 1850 and 1852. A prolongued armstice is-under considera tion, and rumours of. a speedy termination of the war are general. The marriage of tEoe Count de Paris to his cousin, the Infanta Isabella, takes place on the 31st of May ; all the Orleans family will be present.
PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS DIRECTORY. HEATHCOTE. Heathcote Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
PUBLIC INSTITJTIONS DIRECTORY. H E AT C 0 T E. IIeatwemot' Borough Council. Mayor, C. Loinsom., Esqi.; C Ray. Mofril, Crave,, &lt;Grnt, an. IIHa 1. Town Clerk, Mr. T. R. B. reh, Veet eve v otbtr Wednesday, at 3 p.m , in the Town HailL Co:,imnitees - Fu:lie Works, l.ei;I tive. and Finance. cinmpi-ed if the whole Council. Mee when req .ired. Sol. itor, Mr Acdamson: Surveyor, ve.crt. Inspiirtir if Nfui-an es. Constable Timohv; Inspector of Yalaahtes Yards, Constable Mloran.
Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
Hospital. rroetfer.-Mr Jtm-s l s, £r Edward IIHa, Mr Ad.m Sracro,~e. Committee, MLes-rs Hay (Chairman), Cunnagham Ke rc, Edwin Adanns, Dale. tn her.and, Vou der Luft, Tierney, COrkeot, Cam,I-hll, and Cr.."we. Meet the second Tuesday in every nmonrh at 8 p.m. Vi-.tin.,Committee-Messrs Hay (Chairman), E. -den s, Cunningham, and Keene. keet avery Tue.-d.y at 4 p.m. Medical O:fierr, Dr IRobinson; IHon. Fec. l:r. Ed~n Adams. WVarder, Sir Cockey Maeron lMrs Gockey.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
COMPLIMENTARY BANQUET TO MR. MACGREGOR. T HE Committee have much pleasure in being able to state that Mr. Mac gregor has accepted an invitation to me}t his friends on the 19th inst., on which q casion a BANQUET will be given, asa mark of respect to a faithful representat e. Tickets, 10s. 6d. each, can be obtaine at all the principal stores in Heathcote, at Redcastle and Costerfield. / IMPOUNDINGB. AXE CIEEgK.-Impounded at Axe Cr ek, 1st July, 1364, by Managers of AxeJale Farmers' Common.--Tr espass 61. e-ch. 223 Red and white cowr, AC or G near rump 325 Black and white spotted cow, hoop horns, JC or G off ump 329 Red po!ey ste-r, C or GA0.,n ar ribs 332 Red s:eer, hoop horns. JC or G off rump 333 Bed cow, strawterry head. near ear slit, hoop horns. r of rump, like ye off ribs Notice sent to owners of 323 333, but not re leasro. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 3rd August, 1864. BEN. CODE, Ponndkeeper. E LPHINSTONE.- Impounded at Elphinstoae, -D 23rd June, 1864.-No tre...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
MECHA-NICS' L'csvITUrT E.-Mr. Hay has promised to give a performance in aid of the funds of the Mechanics' Institute about the middle of September. BUTLEr.'s REExF.-This reef has been let on trib'ote to Parker Brothers, who for some time worked the Long Gully Reef. ST. ?NDaEw's CH?UCH.-A course of lectures, we observe by advertisement, will be delivered in the Presbvterian Church, Freihgte, in aid of the funds of the Church. Pttuej ects selected, and the names of the 143 the m we imagine sufficient to ensure success. TnE HEAT?COTE CONCE-?T HrLL.n.-The Company at this popular place of Amuse ment has been reinforced by the engagement of MIr. Leslie Charles, who promises to'be come a great favorite with the audiences of the Heathcote Concert Hall. Mr. Charles' selection of songs is a proof of a refined taste, and his singing justifies the selection. REDcasLE_.-Some of the Reefs at Red castle are still turning out wondrously. Burgess, Perry and Co's. Welcome still maintains its reputati...
HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 15 July 1864
.HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. List of Subscriptions received since April 12th : James Crowle .................£ 2 2 0 C. P. Lawson ................... 1 0 0 Wim. Hogarth ................... 2 2 0 R. Copeman.................... 2 0 0 Maloney ........................ 10 0 C. Kimber ....................... .1 0 0 James Egan..................... 2 2 0 Cooper ................. ..... 10 0 Boyes .............................. 0 0 O'Calaghan ......;.............. 5 0 E. Adams....................... 22 0 Walton Wigg ... ........... 2 2 0 J. Pitman.......;................ 1 0 0 Bramble ...... ................. . 10 0 B. Wilson.......................... 1 0 0 H. Clark .............................. 1 0 -0 Wainhold ........... ...... 1 0 0 Hospital boxes, Hospital......... 1 6 The British Government have been officially informed that the Emperor of Brazil has accepted the mediation of the King of Portugal, with a view to the arrangement of the existing differences be tween England and Brazil.