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POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
POST OiFICE IOTICE. 'The fZolowin, Sotice, rSating to Newspapers under the new Pos Office Act, ib poted at the Poet Ofic-, Heaheote, 'fur the ito.moation- of the publi : On andafterthe 2nd Aungut, NEwsapers, post. d in Victora, mnust kare ithe onre. ",nwsp.p Os. v" vi.bl- and :egible on the outside or wrapper thereof and m,st in other respects be Flsted ir enformity wi"h the .qunrrcm.nts of the 13th CLuse f the Act 27 Victo it, No. 226, a c. py of which ismbj ined, or they -i 1 b liable to. e de tained and otherwise d alt with, accirding ti Law. " 13.-Everey t:w , country, or foreign news paper shall be sent wid.out a coer. or in a cover op.n at both erds, with the. w rds "' NwaspA OLr.7." rlced oia ach nlw;p-p r'r cover. std it shall be f Ited in nuch a ,manner as tbhat the wo ds aforesaid thall e vi-ii:le and legible; and there stall not be in or nlon any ouch ewsp.per. ,r the cver the eof, any communticatin. character, ign-r, letter, or un: er (ether th n a live drawn the oneh an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARBB AL AHT DEIA5TL'TE OF THE ar.LS. STre times appointed for the arsival and depar tare of the Mails in Beathcote f. r 1864, are as under:- - . .From Meltourne, Sandhurst, Wild Duck Creek. and Axedle. daiily. Monday. excepted..at 5 a.m. CIowes for despatch daily, Sunday excepted, at 1 p.m. From Oo-ferfi-ld. Redactle. Whroo, Rushwor;h ana Murchison, every Monday. Wednesday, ani Friday. at 2 p.m. CIoses fir despa-eh on- Mon day, Weds esday,.and Friday, at 6 p.m. From Kilmore and Pyalong, every Merday, Wednerdsy, and F.iday, at-5 30 p.m. Cl?ses for despatch every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, Sat 6p.m. From Kynton, Mia Mia, a-d Barfold every Tnusdsy, Thursday, and Satuday at 8.30 p.m. Closes fir despatch for-Te boarne, .ia Kyneron. Barf-rd. and 3hi Mis on Monday, Wednesday, and Fridrv. at 2 p.m. Receiving Bases-3Ir. J. Daugal n. Hih-stneet Cleared dai:v, Sundaryexceped. at 12.45 p.m. Mr. RenAichk's, Arnyle Gully. Clensed daily, Sunday ercep el, at iAt.45 m. Po...
THE ROAD BOARD ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
Tau ROAD BEoAn ELECTIONS.-These elections take place on the 11th ofAugust. The Candidates are Messrs. Youle, Morris, Mitchell, and Hayes. GREAT FEAT ON GLASGow GREEN. The feat of rowing, running, walking, hopping, and riding a mile and a quarter in fifteen minutes, took place on Glasgow Green, as had been previously announced, on Saturday afternoon. As might have been expected, the announcement drew to gether a large concourse of people, a large proportion of whom were men employed in Mile-End and other factories in the East end of the city. At four o'clock, the hour at which the proceedings were to be com menced, Wm. Paterson, the "hero of the tournament," or "Punch." by which cog nomen he is more familiarly known in the district, appeared on the ground, accom panied by a number of his friends. The place selected was the portion of the Green on the west bank of the river a little above Mr. Banks M'Neil's housa. A horse and a boat were in readiness, the ground was duly measured. and...
WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
WAIRDEN'S COURT. Neil v. Bones.-Mr. Warden Willoby held a Court in Golden Gully, assisted by four assessors, for the purpose of settling a dispute of title to ground held for mining purposes by Boyes. Neil disputed his right to hold the ground, and in evidence proved that Boyes claimed more ground than he is entitled to, and thus, in the opinion of the Court, established the right of Neil, as the holder of a Mincr's Rigiir, to occupy a por tion of the tround. Boyes gave notice of appeal. - . 1 ,
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. Monday, July 25th, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. Monday, TJuly 25th, 1864. This was .a special meeting of ,the Com, mittee for the purpose of taking into con sideration the necessity of appointing a Librarian. Present-The Rev. T. Budd, in the chair, and Messrs. Von-der-Luft, Lawson, Crowle, Brookes, M'Innis, Furze, Grant, Clelland, Whylie, Thomas, and the Rev. A. Stubbs. The Librarian tendered, his resignation, and stated that he would remove in a fort night. The Secretary was instructed to advertise for applications from parties willing to un dertake the office of Librarian. On th. motion of Mr. Lawson, seconded by Mr. Von-der-Luft, the Secretary was in structed to call upon all parties having books belonging to the Institute to produce or ac count for them by Monday next. The Hon. Secretary, Mr. Adams, con sented to look to the library till Monday next. The Treasurer, Mr. Crowle, and the Hon. Sec., Mr. Adams, are authorised to receive subscriptions.
MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. A Magisterial inquiry was held at the Heathcote Hospital, touching the death of William Clemmens, who was thrown from a horse, last Sunday, and received such injuries that he expired from their effects, on Tuesday evening last. William Stanley, on his oath, said--I am a laborer, living at the Union Hotel, Heathcote; I was at the door of hotel ; I saw a man in the act ofrmounting a horse, and before he was seated in the saddle, the horse began to " buckjump" very freely; the man was thrown off, on the ground, on his head and shoulder; the horse dragged him two yards; I ran to his assistance, and lifted him from the ground as well as I was able; he was bleeding from his nose at the time; a man named Hyland came to my assistance; we carried him inside the Billiard-loom of the Union; I believe the deceased is the. man' I saw thrown from the horse; deceased appeared to: have had some liquor, but he nor, seem to be a.drunken man. Peter Kilbride, whorecognised thebody ...
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Monday, July 25th, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Dr. Robinson, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Monday, July 25th, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Dr. Robinson, J.P.) James. Coggins pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness, and was fined 10s., or 24 hours' imprisonment. Threatening Behaviour.--A Tuck, a Chinaman, surrendered to his bail on a charge of this nature. Wat A Che acted as interpreter. The former depositions of the prosecu tor; Stephen Jasper, were read over and translated to the prisoner. Stephen Jasper sworn, and re-examind, said-I am afraid to send my little girl to school on account of the Chinamen Mr. M3illett objected to this as evidence, and stated that there were other ro rds be side the one near the Chinese Camp. The Bench thought the question a very proper one; a person had a right to take any road without being molested. Witness continued-When the child came home she was crying and much agitated. 3Mr. Millett objected to this, because the prisoner was not there when the child came home. The Bench overruled the objection. Cross...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
THE Borough Elections appear to excite but little interest; this however may be more apparent than real The ratepayers ar evidently satisfied with the names of those who have been induced to offer them selves as candidates for the office of Borough Councillors. It is gratifying to the rate payers to -know that though no struggle is likely to take place for the honors, the character of the candidates are a guarantee that by - their election our Council will lose nothing of its prestige as a sober, temperate, and respectable body, whose debates have, during its last session been remarkable in the annals of local government on account of the decorous demeanour of our Council lors, even when the utmost difference of opinion existed. 3Ir. Craven retires from the Council after ha-ing very honorably served the ratepayers for a length of time at great inconvenience to himself Mr. Hay, at the solicitation of his friends has consented to again give his valuable services to the ratepayers, and...
Hotels. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
Ho&Js. Etheredge's Labe, Jasber's True Brtocn, "Tierney's Hibernian, Cameron's Ben -Nevi, Surherland's Victoria, Hay's Hentheote Cunningham's Shamrock, A. H. R. Morris's M?ount Ida, Kennedy's Union, Brady's Emeu, Grundy's Globe, arnd Cranvn's Northumberland Arms
Churches. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
Ch orcires. Christ Church of England- Incnmbent Rev The odore Budd. Organist, Mr Adams. Commit tee, Rev. T. Budd, and MIessrs Lawson, Adams, SHaston, Merrifield, Ghristie, King, Minter, Spincke, Campbell, Woollaston, Fergrson, Pin der, Stephenoon. Orr, Rosa, and Goddard (Sec retary). Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and half-past 6 p.m. Roman Catholic Church-Clergyman. Rev - Ne ville. Service once a fortnight. Pirebyterian Church-Minister,Rev W. Leishman. Precentor, Mr. Greig. Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and ha'f-past 6 p.m. Wesleyan Church - Minister, Rev A. Stubbs, Committee, Messrs Trevaskis, Rowe, Crowle, and Jackal. Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and half-past 6 p.m. United Methodist Free Church-Minister, Rev E. • Hughes. Organist. Mr Allsop. Service overy Sunday at II a.m. and half-past 6 p.m.
Government Service. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
Saovernmean Serrice. County Court and Court of Mines. - Judge, His Honor C. B. G. Skinner; Clerk, Mr Hogarth Bailiff, Mr B. C. Carkeet. Sits every three months.- ...... Police Court. - Police Magistrate, W. Willoby, : Esq. Justices of the Peace, Messrs Stacpoole, Cocks, Robinson,W. H. . Robertson, and Hugh _ Robertson." Clerk of the Bench, Mr Hogarth, Sits every day, at 11 a.m.. - Warden's Court. --Warden, W. Willoby, Esq.; SClerk, Mr Hogarth Sits when required. Gold Oicee.-Beceiver, Mr Hogarth.. Open every Saturday at half-pas 9 a.m. Escort despatched every other Monday, at half-past 6 a.m. Guardian of Minors, Mr Willoby. Agent for the Curator of Intestate Estates, and Commissioner for taking Affidavits and Acknow. ledgements-of Married Women, Mr Hogarth. Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages, and publicVaccinator, Dr Robinson. Police - perintedent, B. T. eioe, Serjeant, -Mr O'Neil. Ponndkeeper, Mr John Hamilton. Mini: g Sorveyor, Mr B. W. W?alshe. Post and Telegraph Offices- ...
Masonic Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 29 July 1864
Masonic Lodge. Br James, TW.M.; Br Hay, P.M.; Br Adamson SP.M.; Br Chria.le, S.W,; Br McInnes, J.~ .; Br. M'Nah, 8.D.; Br Hegarrhb Treasurer;. Br Burch. Secretary; Br Adams, -Organist; Br. C.4Mamford, J.D.; Br. XKene, J.G.; Br; Wylie, Tyler. Meet the lrst Friday in every month, at 8 p.m. Instruction ?every Sunday, and Thursday at 8 p.m.