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Masonic Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 22 July 1864
SMasonic. odge.? Br James, WM.; Br Hay, P.M. Br Adamson P.M_.; Br Chris.ie, S.W,; Br fclInnes, J.W. ; Br. M'Nab- 8.D.; Br Hogarih, Treasurer; Br Burch, Becretary; Br Adams, Organist; Br. C. Mcmford, J.D.; Br.'Ke.ne, J.G..; Br. :;Wylie. Tyler. Meet the first Friday in every Smonitb, ,at 8 p.m. Instruction every. Sunday and Thursday at 8 p.m.
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 22 July 1864
'Otal and General JCrWL+. HrGHWAY RounEaY.-TWO carriers who .d been up to the Goulburn with loads, -ere stuck up last week on the M'Ivor ,reek, near Tooborac, by two men under arms. THE PRoaEaaY AT Ma. Ca-vEs's.-Ah Pock, the Chinaman charged with this rob bery was tried on Friday last, at the Sand hurst Circuit Court, he was found guilty, and sentenced to five years.hard labor on the roads. ELECTORAL REGISTRATIO';o-To mor row week is the last day on which those who have not paid their rates can redeem their votes by registration. Sir. Burcch will be at the Town FIall during ofice hours. We would advise all friends of progress to register, for it is better to be. safe than to imagine you are safe. Re member, the 31st of July is the last chance of securing the privilege of a vote. CHARLEY WILLIAMS.- It appears that Charley Williams is going to leave Heath- cote, after a long stay in the district. He has determined to follow the example of Mr. Iverson. By this we do not mean that he in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
IMPO UNDINGS IA-MIA. - Impounded at Iledesdai., 25'h June, 1864, by J. St. Watt.-Tresp- ss 2-. 148 Roan hs , star, b'ack p ints, nsddle marked, lame rear hiLd foot, JF Inear shoul eor H 0 withcr.sa bar On 28th June, by W. H. P. Mitchell, Esq. Trespass 6d. 181 Bay mire, Star and strip., for- feet whi e and little white on h'nd f-.t, und r lip whi'e. saddle collar and crupper marked TD near shoulder No ice sent to suprosed own, rs. If ,, o claimed and expecses paid, to be' sold on 3rd August, 1864. THOS W. LAVENDER, Poundkeeper. IrIA-MIA. .-Im ounded at Relesdale, 13th IL Juy, 1864, by 3Managers of Langley, Ba nton, and Glenhope Farmersa' Commoc. Tresp as 6d. 182 WVh'te tun'l ck. hoop horrs, top cff near ear, blck chte'cs, a, dblack on neck. nrar ribs, and off rump, like IB near rump (the Jr conjoined) Jr If not claimed and expenses paid to be sold on 17th August, 18G4, TIOMAS W. LAVENDER, Ponndkeeper. NOTICE. IA--IA.-?-No, 181, previously adverli ed in Gazette No. 69 as b y mare, TD ...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
MISCELLANEOUS. The portrait of the woman that kept a secret is in the British Museum. It is said not to resemble any woman now living. A member of the Reform CInb says, speaking ot a 'blind wood sawyer, "While none ever saw him see, thousands have seen him saw." Where does a similarity exist between malt and beer ?-In the taxing of the one and the fining of the other. Our sage says the writer who uses strong epithets and weak arguments is like the landlady who gives weak tea and strong butter. A French general, well known in English ('les, who had the misfortune to be bald .'ded, said that he wished to make a present to a lady, and to give her some thing rare. " Give her a look of your hair," remarked Montrond. The Irish shopkeeper who was lately cheated by an old woman stealing a jar of whiskey by 'the usual plan of leaving a jar of water in its' place, described her as speaking a strange dialect, neither Irish nor English. A punster said he had reason to complain of the jargon. A ...
ARRIVAL OF THE CONFEDERATE CRUISER GEORGIA IN THE MERSEY. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
IARRIVAL OF THE CONFEDERATE ! CRUISER GEORGIA IN THE SMERSEY. I;? VERPOOL. - Much excitement was aused in the shipping quarters of the town his morning when it became known that he Confederate war-steamer Georgia had nietly steamed up the river nad taken up er anchorage ground between the Wood ide and Seacomrbe slips. As this is the first time that any Confederate ship of war as ever entered the Mersey, crowds of eople gathered on the landing stages and ier-hbads to have a look at the cruiser. o far ms outwtu d appearance is concerned, the Georgia is nothing when compared wi:h any of the screw steamers which lie Sclose to her--indeed, she is rather an ugly lump of a vessel. The hull is short, and painted black, as is her funnel. She has two masts brig-rigged, and, on the whole, looks as if she were cut out for anything Sbut the work she is intended for. The ? Confederate flag floated very prominently, and its close resemblance to our own Union Jack, with the exception of the iawhire...
GARIBALDI AND VICTOR HUGO. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
SARIBAIDi AND V ICTOR HUGO, ?'The following correspondence between raribaldi and Victor Hugo is published : Sprince's Gate, London, s2nd April, 1864. Dear Victor Hugo, -To visit you in our exile was with me more than a desire it was a duty; but many circumstances ý~revent me. I hope you will understand I rat distant or near I am never separared om you, and from the noble cause you present.-Always yours, G. GARIBALDI. (Reply.) Hauteville House, 24th April, 1864. Dear Garibaldi,-I have not written to Sou to come because you would have come, nd whatever might have been my delight take you by the hand-you the true ero-whatever joy I might have had to eceive you into my house, I knew that ou were better employed; you were in he arms of a nation, and one man has not lie ight to take you away from a people. uernsey salutes Capreara, and perhaps ne day may visit it. In the meantime let love one another. The people of En land at the present moment, present a oble spectacle. Be the guest of E...
(To the Editor of the M'Ivor Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
(To the EdiTor of the M'lcor Times.) Sir,-I was. very much amused at the Macgregor Banquet to hear Mr. D. H. Clarke, of Rushworth, when responding to the toast, ' The District and Trade of Waranoga.' He summed up in a. very humorous and impartial manner the rela tive merits and importance of Heathcote and Rushworth foa comparison. I am sure that MIr. Clarke never intended to do an injustice to Heathcore, but it is right that we should take credit for all we pos sess, on such occasions. After running over the manufactories of Heathcote, he dwelt with great emphasis on the' fact that the Heathcote Soap and Candle Manufactory is shut up, and consequently we are no better off than Rushvrorth with put a soap factory at alL Mr. Clarke ap peared to' be ignorant of the fact that Eleathcote boasts-of two soap factories, and is he says one is shut up, but why Iss v. _ :edit for the other whichis in full 4peration, and which, as far as the quan y and quality of the article produced, ivals that...
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
O)riginau Q ierrespoudeie. While inviting communicat'oni on any current or interesting top?c, we wilh it to et distinctly and- r stood that wed, not bind ourselves to publish any letter. Notting, however, will be rejected, if legibly written, unless libellon., or too lengthly foe ourcolumnsi or unless i, shall appear forsome other re:son that it would be manifestly against the interests of our readers to insert it. It is requested that all letters intunded for publication, be forwarded to tbis offic before mi4 day on Wednesday of sach week. Rejected mnanuscri-t is not preserved.
TELEGRAPHIC NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
STELEGRAPHIC NOTICE. The attentz n of the public is di ected to CLiuse 10 of she ' Rgulations -and GConditions nddr - bichTeleras-s are authorised to Le transmit:ed in Victoria, rovisions beirg made therein en.bling the senderf ay talegram to obran a copy of the rame se;ested lack from its place of destination, onsakig an addiioral peyment of one-half the original etarge, ttus ecsuring the greater amnocnt of certainty as to currectnes in the Itr n amion of _.(S - ed) JAS. ~1'CULLOCH, Chief Secretary.
CAPTURE OF MORGAN, THE BUSHRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
GAPTURE OF MORGAN, THE BUSH. :RANGER. (From the Age.) Everybody will be glad to learn that the lawless-career of the bushranger MIor gan, so long the terror of New South Wales, has at length been- brought to a close-subject, of course, to the excen tricities of a New South Wales jury; and that he is now safely secured in the hands of the Victorian police. We have received the following particulars of the arrest from a gentleman who passed through.Bacclun Marsh yesterday morning :--O0 . Monday evening Morgan called at Mr. Lyons's station, West Ballan, and asked, for a meal, which was supplied to him. Having satisfied the craving of hunger, he went to the fire to light his pipe, and while stoop-. ing down for this purpose, some persoes in the room, who were standing behind him, caught sight of a row of revQlvers under his coat. ie was at once suspected of being the notorious bushranger, and the police at Ballan were quickly informed of the circu nstance. It appears that a party of eig...
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
P?OST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. LIST OF LEITERS remaining unclaimed at ths Offi"e, received during the week ending July 28th, 1864 : Berry, G-o ge; D ane,. Jhn H.; Dwyer, T.; Evans Amelis; Hil, -Eiward- J.; Hill, Charles; M'Ke.zi! B.; .Pata, Pietro; Sikey, F. ; Ta!b'lt, John'Mn. . . . L. 31'INNES, Posr..sTE.
MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
MINING INTELLIGENCE. '.'The Caledonia Company's engine is stopped." P Parker Brothers are making great pre parations at Buttler's Reef. " - Tyrell, Green, & Co., of the Adelaide, are getting good stone. " The Argyle Reef is nearly drained. The Waitahuna Company are getting on with their race, and expect to bring the water into the claim in a fortnight. The Victoria Flat Company have de termined to commence operations on Mon day next. Coster, Field, & Co. have struck the reef in their engine shaft. M*essrs Morris and Kemp have again commenced to work their ground, and we are glld to hear that the prospects are highly encouraging. The Antimony Smelting Company have commenced operations, and in a few days we shall no doubt hear of a large quantity of Regulas being turned out.
COUNTY COURT CAUSE LIST. 4th August, 1864. UNDER £20. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
COUNTY COURT CAUiE-iUS 4ch August, 1864. UNDER t20. Carter v Millett Drewitt v Babbage Stewart & Smith v Morgan. Same v Telford Same v Telford & Co. Hall & James v Kenny. Farze v Perry Same v Carter Clarke v Cummins Same v Jardine Same v Timms Same v Pritchard and. another . Parker v Ah Chee Hosburgh v Walshe Dale v Walsho Old v Roselli Kent v Simmons Drewitt v Curran Walshe v Lazarus and others Clarke v Maum Bullock v Scholes Same v Lee Same v Scholes and another M'Kay v Cameron Ford v Cameron M'Kay v Millett Parkin v Douglas Roatledge v Harge Same v Palling - Drewitt v Adamsox Crowle v Palling
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
S NOTICES. APPROACHINO MEETIIGS. A:.inic'pal Council. - In the Town Hal, az half-past 6 p.m., on Wednesday, August 3rd. Heathcote District Road -Board.--Road Board Office, at 1 p.m., on Tuesday, August 2nd. Hospital.-In the Committee Room, on Tuesday, August 9th, at 8 p.m. Mechanices Institute.-In the Committee Room, at half-past 8 p.m., on Monday, August 1st. Managers of the Heathcote Town and Gold-fields Commons.-At the Town Hall, on Tuesday, August 2nd, ATasonic Lodge.-In the Lodge, at 8 p.m., on Friday, August 5th. Odd Fellows' Lodge.-In the Lodge Room, Victoria Hotel, on -Wednesday, 10th August, at half-past 7 p.m. Mhe gUltov Vim . PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORSLIG. HONESTY 1S THE BEST POLICY. FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1864.
Commercial. The Price of gold is £3 19s. 3d. per ounce. HEATHCOTE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
Tie price of gold is £3 19s. 3d. jer once. HEATHCOTE MARKETS. The 'holesale Prices are as folows- Best silk-des ed F?ur, £30 per ton. Wheast, 1s. 6d. rer bcsheL Seed Wheat, 12sd.6. ito. P.Ilard, 2p. ditto. Bran, Is. 10d. iitt'. O ,s [Colonial], 4s.'6. ditto. ... i s-, eed itto, 5s. Ed. ditto. Best cut Chaff, 8. ewt. . Hay, £5 IR5 per ton. SPobtoes, £3 to £9 per tor.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. EATHCOTE HOTEL, High street, Heathcote --JAMES HAY, proprietor. EnATHCOTE FLOUR, MILL, Jenning Sstreet .878 iES CROWLE, Builder and Undertaker next Oriental Bank, Heathcote. .,k)HN GRANIT, Blacksmith, IHeatheofe, has [, on sale, Agricultural Implements, Drays, Sheelbarrow-s, Blacksmith's and Mtlntng Tools, . Shoeing and Jobbing executed with the ,nest care and dispatch. RS. ROW, Tuscan, Straw, and fancy :Hi and Bonnet Maker. Dyeing. c eaming, and tering to the present fash-on., Opposite. the es Office, High Street, Heathcoteo 69 81 RS KING MIilliner and Draper, Alma House - High street, Heathcote ; ,. 66 78 clVOR TIMES office, next Dr. Robinson, High street, Heathcote. HILIP ORLEMAN, Builder and Contractor. p Huntley, near Sandhurst. HOMAS CRAVEN, Storekeeper, Wine. and Spirit Merchant, nearly opposite Telegraph nd Post offices, Heatheote. RUE, BRITON HOTEL, Caledonia Gully. Good accommodation for. man and horse. irat-cles wnes, spirits, and malt liquors. Stephen...