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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 5 August 1864
--NOTICE. On aqd after 23rd Jn'y, the following rates of Postage will be ciargeatle upon .Ltters for th-. UTLied Kingdom tri, 3larteilles :-Not exteeding balf an oince, tenpence (IO&.); exeteding hklf 2a, cunce but not exeedinganc uce, one shillinfg nd eightpence (l. Ld.); above cne cunce but rot exceeding two oi ces,. ihewe shiL'ing and four pece (3s. 4d) ; bove two ounricea but not eex eed is g three ounces. five shill;ngs 5.) Every cunce f.er the fint, one s;iSing and eightrence (Ir. 8d.) L. M'INNES, PoTxsA8Tz3. Post OffSe, Hathcote. July 23, 1863. SNsw .INsoL.vENTs.--layfey William WVlshi engineer, Heathcote. Caulses of insolvency : Sale of property by mortgagee for less than its value; and falling off in business. Liabilities, 4304 7s.; assets, t27 10s.; deficiency, £;.2376 17s. Mr. SLhawj official ssignee. Phillip Dwyer, miner, Heathcote. Gauses of insolvency: Eickness and death in family, and pressule of creditors. Liabilities, £95 .s. 10d.; assets, .5 y deficiency, %...
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 5 August 1864
(Drig'rinal (ornsralesparate While inviting communicat:on' or any current or interesting topoc, we wi-h is to be disti-ctly undr stood that we do not bind oureelves to publish any le:tor, Nottinz, however, will be rejected, if legibly written, unless libellou', or too leogthly for our columns; or unl..s i shall appear forsomo other reasn that it would be manifestly aga'nst the interests of our readers to insert it. It is requested that all letters intended for Lublication, be forwarded to tLia offic bef..re mid y on Wednesday of each week. Rejected manuscript is not preserved.
TELEGRAPHIC NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 5 August 1864
ThLEGRAPHIC NOTICE e The attntion of the pubrc is diected to Clause 10 of t'he "R gnatioA and Gcnditions cnder which Telegrs are heuhorised to be transmitted i Victori" proisIors beir g made thtrein erLbiing theendserofay tlegram to ob'ain a copy of the tame reFeated tark from i's platzce of destination, onmaking anad i·ornal plyment tf onre-half the original charge, tis ersaring the greater sa.ount of certa ny as to correetne-s in the transmi?sEion of meusaees. - (Sgred) JAS M'CULTLOCB , Chief Secre'ary.
UNITED TOWN AND GOLD-FIELD COMMONS. Tuesday, August 2nd, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 5 August 1864
UNITED TOWN AND GOLD-FIELD COMMONS. Tuesday, Augutst 2ud, 18;4. Present-The Chairman, and Messrs. Steedman, Townsend, Bramble, M'Kay, and Furze. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Proposed by. MIr. Furze-" That the account from Mlr. L. Byrne for surveying be passed for payment." Seconded by Mr. Steedman and carried. Proposed by Mr. Furze, seconded by Mr. Bramble, and carried--" That the Secretary ad ertiSe twice in each local paper, that all cattle on which the fees are not paid will be impounded, if the fees are not p~id before the first of September." The.meeting adjourned till next monthly teetingr,.
HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. WEEKLY REPORT. Thursday, August 4, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 5 August 1864
HI&THCOTE IHOSPITAL WBeK.LY EEPOET. * -Thuradq, Augu~t' 4f, 18G4. Number of pstieuta ..-..,..~.. 10 Beceivec~during tbewek t~·_;..;. . Diecbarged rel~evui ~r currd,..... 0 Discbnagcd incurable..,. ...,.;. . D~ied ........... .. 0~I Out Patients ,....,,.,., 5 Corresponding week inst ]esr:- - Indoor ...~.-.,....,....,. .. 13 On Q~doon ;·..··.·..·.., , 5
MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 5 August 1864
MINING INTELLIGENCE. The event of the week is, undoubtedly, the striking of the reef in the new shaft on Coster, Field, and Co's. claim at Coster ield. The reef has been struck at a depth rof nearly 200 feet; it is six or seven feet thick, and richer than ever. This will give assurance of prosperity to Costerfield for a great leng~t.h of time, and when the whole of the arrangements are completed for working the new shaft, Costerfield will present a- lively appearance. The new engine was started for the first time on -Saturday last, and the smooth and easy motion of thbe machinery reminds one of a good specimen of horological mechanism. For, notwithstanding the massive nature of the machinery, the vibration is almost imperceptiole, which circam'stance is a first-cla~s testimony of the mechanical skill of Mr. Creelmian, who has the credit not anlv of having superintended the work ofereetion, but of actually doing the work himself, with assistance of course. SMessrs. Parker Brothers, w...
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Monday, August 1st, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 5 August 1864
HEATHCOTE POLICE COUlT. Mionday, A?ugtt let, 1865. :,:(Before Mir. WTilloby, P.31.) - Breach of the Local Government Act. 'Obtriicting a Roa.&-Henry Stephenson, SClerk of the Heathcote Road Board. v. Ihomas Roberts. Mr. Millett for complainant. Defendant stated that he had only been served on Saturdsy afternoon and asked for aremand for eight days, as he wished t?o get a solicitor from Melbourne, and 3r. Chauncy, the Surveyor from Dunoll-. ..Mr. Millett objected to the remand which was overruled by the Bench. "Remanded for eight days. : Debt.-Joseph HIubert v. J. Wallis. SIMr. BMiUatt for defendant. >Complainanot sought to recover the sum o'f 18. for bark and poles. Mr. Millett urged that Hubert had broken a contract in- which he agreed to bring in some slabs, which he had not done. ' Order for 2s. and 2s. 6d. costs.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 5 August 1864
;Ai BUS ESS-n DIRECTTORY, THCOTE HOTEL, High street, Heantcote - -AME?S HAY, proprietor. a FL o.. mL, Ieni... CROWL?Ea , Stilder aw. Vgdey A:u :' andBonne 2?ake. Dyeng. cetakier? n GRANT, Blac " it,. Heathcote, has Ssale. i Agricninrail l1?neplementos. Dra9s, bKNG BI'incsmeth'r nd Dan Alanma Tools Shoeintg and Jobbing executed ith the a care and dispatch. S. ROW, Tuscanr, Straw, And faney Hat and Bonnet Maker. Dyeing. cleganingand to the present ashibd. Opposite the Ooice, HigStreet? Heatcote. 69- 1 -cKING Milliner and Draper, m Alma House High street, Heathcoto -1 .6678 MIOR TIAES office, next Dr. Robin3o, High sctreet Hsathcoto. LIP ORiEBMAN, Bnilder and .Contractr, 2 Huntley,.near Sandhurst. OIAS CkRAVEN, s toreeeperWin and Spirit Merchant, nearly opposite Telegraph Post offices, Heateote. - EBRITON HOTEL , CCaledonia: Gnlly; Good accommiodation for.man .an, dhorse. !ass wnes,.epirits, aiid malt liquors. 8tephe S Proprietor. 59 71O H. ALSOP, ProPessionl 'Accenntabnt, ? abctoneoer...
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 5 August 1864
- POST OFFI?CE HEATHCOTE. ABR?VA-L A.Y DEPARB=r OF THE AlS.' - T-e tims appointed for the arrial and depar ture of the Mais in' Heathooe f..r 1864, are as muder: From MelFourne, Sandhurst, Wild Duck Creek. and Axedsle 'daily. Mzccay excepted. at 5 a,m. Clozes for yespatch daily, Sunday excepted, at 1 p.m. Frm Goaterfield. Rede-tle. "Wbroo, Rushworh and Murchison, every Monday. Wednesday, ann. Fridar. at 2 ovm. Closes f.r despa'ch on Mon day, Wedeidty, and Fiday, at 6 p.m. From Kilnmoe and Pyalrng, every Mcrday, Wednedyy, andF.idtay, at 5 30 p.m. .Clses for dteratch every Modn-ay, Wednesday, and Friday, at 6 p.m.: . . . Prom Kyn ton, Mia Mia, ard Barfold every Tuesdy, Thurday,and Satmday at 8.30 p.m. Clseafr despatch for MeLboorne, via Kyneton, ,Barfind. anlI Miia ia n Monday, .Wedesda.y, ard Friday, at 2 p.m Receitin Boxes-Mr.J Daorgall'. Hih-etreet Cleared;.d? tSunday excepred. at 12.45 -p.. - Mr. Benwidsa Aryle 'Gully. -,leared daily, Snuday-.cp'e, eat'12.45 p.m. - Pot -OOffico en...
HEATHCOTE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, 2nd August, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 5 August 1864
EBATaCO.TE DISTRICT ROAD 4 BOARD. Tuesday, 2nd August, 1864. Present--Tbhe Chairnan (Mr. Marthesen i anm Messrs Cocks, Egan, and Dr. Rob2 l SODO The Chairman stated that Mr. Y-, , had sent his nomination paper in too late .c and therefore there would be no electi,; as only two candidates were nominated. CORRESPONDENCE. A letter was read from Mr. BabbaI ' asking for an extension of time, to t . exteat of fourteen days, to. complete ih~i contraet. A lettter from MIr. Morris, asking tbii Board for a small sum to make goood th crossing at the Saw-mills, and, st3ing th it could be done for £5. Fromt the Kyneton Coachman, drawoQ the attention of the Board to the dsangeIl ous state of the crossing-place near tlb Mim-Mia; and stating that it could be ma i very passable for £10. Letters were also read from the Roa~ and Bridges Otfice; the Metcalf R0t ? Board; and the Learmouth Road Boarnd:.:: TENDERS. The following tenders, for the workhs~. the Crab-holes, on the Bendigo road, we?a opened : ...
A NEW CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 5 August 1864
A NEw Cruln.-On Tuesday morning seven gipsies wdre charged, before the Rev. Uriah Tonkin, at Hayle (Cornwall)m with sleeping under tfits, and were each conm mitted to 21 days' imprisonment in the couity gaol,; with hard labor. The party consisted of mother and six children, pged 20, 16, 15, 138, 10, and 8 years, . Garibaldi ha[ 267,000 applications for locks of hair from ladies. The calculation is that, after the complete cropping and er haustion.of the hero's own hair, including whiskers and beard, a hundred and twenty 'three wigs would not have met the demand.
HEATHCOTE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday, August 4th, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 5 August 1864
HEATHCOTE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Thursday, August 4th, 1864. Present-The Mayor, and Crs. Hay, Hall, Craven and Morris. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirnied. CORIRESPONDENCE. A letter from the Honorary Secretary of the Hospital drawing the attention of tile Conncil to a resolution of the Hospital Committee directing the Secretary to apply to the Council for a donation to the Hios pital fund. A letter from Mr. Kilbride, asking for an extention of fourteen days' to complete his contract. The Council fixed the price of the Burgess Rolls at Is. Cr. Hall proposed that a sum. of~£10, be voted as a donation to the Hospital fund. Seconded by Cr. Craven. Carried. Kilbride's application for an extention of time was ordered to stand over till the works are completed. . FINACE, The following accounts were passed for payment : Town Clerk's Salary ... £10 0 0 J'. Crowle, Furniture ... I 5 6 J. Williams, Bill Posting 0 10 0 On account of contracts: Kilbride, .......,... 1...
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. Monday, August 1st, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 5 August 1864
ECHA~NICS' INSTITUTE. Molnday, August l1st, 1864. Present-The Revs. T. Budd (in, tE. Chair), A. Stubbs, W. Hughes, and Messrs. Hay, Crowle, Grant, Clelland, Lawson, Furze, Stephenson, alsop, Adams, M'Innes, Von der Luft, and Thomas. The minutes of the previous and special meetings were read and confirmed. The Treasurer stated that he had re ceived no money since the last meeting, but he had an account from Messrs. Moore and Co., for Kerosene, for .£1 6s. He also stated that he had another account for eight gallons, this would make about twelve gallons used, or wasted, in ten or eleven weeks. The Chairman said-" If the quantity is in excess of what was required, we have to look to Mr. Dougall, the accounts should be paid," The Treasurer said-"' I have the other account at home, and I dlo not know the exact amount." The accounts were passed for payment. In answer to MJr. Brookes the Secretary said he had only received eleven books since the call was made for producing them. Applicatio...
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 5 August 1864
N'OTICES. - APPROACHING IEETiNfGS. Mtunie~Fal Concil.- In, the Town Halj. a hba-past 6 p.m., on Wednesday, August 17th. Hethleote District Road Board.-Road Board OCfnce, at '1I p.m., on Tuesday, September 6. - ?Hosita.--In the Committee Room, on Tuesday, August 9th, at 8 p.m. M Mechanic" L,,t ,ie.-In the Committee Room, at half-past 8 p.m., on Monday, August 15. " Managers of the HeathBcote Tow'n and Gold-fields Commons.--At the Town Hall, on Tuesday, September 6. Masonic Lodge.-In the Lodge, at 8 pm.a'n Friday, Au.gus 5th. - - - Odd Fellows' Lodge.-In the Lodge Room, -ictoria Hotels on Wednesday, 10th August, at half-pasrt 7 p.m.