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Heathcote Boad Board. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 5 August 1864
_ ca.Theo?e .Boad Boprzfd.. ChairmaK. Mr ,?.ttrheson; . Member, Messrs Witder, adcks, Freeman. Morris, Robinson, Sand Egan. Clerk, Mr Stephenson. -. Meet in .-tjeii ofee, on the first Tuesday in every month at 3 p.Lm. Solicitor, Mr illett; Surveyor, MIr. Strong. Treasunrer, Mr ayj.
PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS DIRECTORY. HEATHCOTE. Heathcote Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 5 August 1864
PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS DIRECTOIRY. S"EaT ie o T E. Seadthoe Borought Council. Mayo?r C. BRobinson, EIsq; Crs Hay, Morris, : C?aven, Grant, and HaI!. Town Clerk, Mr. T. R. Bar?h, .Meet every other Wednesday, at 3 p.m, in tse Town Hall. Comilttees -- Public Work~s, Legislative, and Finance, composed of the whole Council. Meet - ;'wben reqnired. Solicitor, Mr Adnson 3 " Surveyor, asm nt. Inspector .of Nuis~ices Constable Timothy; Inspector of. Slaughter Yards, Constable Moran.
AN INTERESTING OLD VESSEL. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 12 August 1864
AN INTEBRESTING OLD VEssaL.-1ie brig Brotherly Love, of South Shields, has, as the phrase goes, reached the ad vanced age of one hundred years, having been built at Ipswich in the year 1764. It very unfrequently happens that vessels survive the vicissitudes of the sea so long as to play some past in celebrating their own centenary. One thing that imparts a peculiar interest to the centenary of the Brotherly Love is the fact that the famous Captain Cook's appreuticeship was served in her. On the morning he left Staffoard House, Gen. Garibaldiput. £20 in the hands of a friend, and asked him to distribute it amongst the servants, with an expression of hearty thanks for their attention. One of the upper servants was communicated with, who, after speaking of it to his fel lows, came back into the room and with re ii emotion informed the General's friend that not a- servant in the establishment would take a shilling. They one and all esteemed it an honour they should never forget to serve...
HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. Tuesday, 9th August, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 12 August 1864
HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. -Tuesday, 9th August, 1864. Present- i essrs. H'ay (in the Chiair Tierney, Crowle, Hogarth, and Cunning ham. The minutes of the previous meetinb were read and confirnred. T'1'le Secretary said he had written to the Borough Council e.nd the Road Board, but had received no answer. 'IThe Utairm:n said that as far as the Council was concerned he could inform. the Committee that £10 10s h;.d been vored by that bodly towards the maintenance fend of the institution. The following accounts were passed for payment : Cockey, salary ... ... £10 0 0 G. Heatnch, ,, ..... 4 6 6 iN. O'Dwyer......... -.2 10 4 Clarke, milk ... .. . 2 0 0 Sharman, meat . . 7 13 6 Stephens, bread ... ... 4 19 0 Moore & Co., provisions 1 14 G S. Dove, .. 2 10 0 H. lodgson, . ... 8 17 0 Medical comforts... ... 2 0 0 Tierney, medical comforts 3 7 6 Forid, funerals ... ... 2- 0 0 S miscellaneous ... 1 5 0 Keene, clothing ... 1 1S 6 Hall &d James, drugs . 6 15 0 Mr. Hogarth stated that M...
THE BOROUGH ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 12 August 1864
THE BOROUGH ELECTION, Yesterday was a creditable day for t Borough, a great deal of interest was evi dently taken in the electionby the nunbere ratepayers who recorded their votes, bn y3 the greatest order prevailed; thewhole affair went off like a business transactic. At the close of the poll a number peop assembled, and every one seemed to thih it a first-rate opportunity for makina in. quiries as to the state of each other's health At length the Returning Officer declared the state of the poll to be as follows: Field ... ... ... ... 76 Thomas ... ... ... 75 Tierney ... ... ... 73 Han ........... 70 Yon-der-Luft ... ... 5 Drewett ... 58 Craven ... ... ... 39 Everyone appeared astonished at the re. silt, for it was generally expected that -lrr Flay would have been at the top of the poll. Several declared themseltes sorry that they voted for Field and Thomas, in consequence of the positioan of the names. The run was a close one, however, and loud calls for Mr. Field were V made, whe...
REUTER'S LATEST TELEGRAM. RESUMPTION OF HOSTILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 12 August 1864
REUTER'S LATEST TELEGRA lM. RESUMPTION OF HOSTILITIES. Berlin, June 27.-Tho Prussians opened fire yesterday morning against the fortifica tions of Alsen. Grant was repulsed in his attack on Pitts burg. Sherman reports severe fighting. Hunter and Sheridan defeated. Prussians captured Alsen. Disraeli announced his intention of moving for a vote of censure on the Go vernment. Palmerston in bringing up protoculs of Conferences and detailed proceedings de clared he would gladly have recommcnded active intervention. In the House of Commons, Mr. Haennes sey's bill, with the view to stop emigration from Ireland, was negatived by eighty votes to thirty-two. Mr. Berkeley's annual mo tion for vote by ballot at ensuing elections was negatived by 212 votes against 123. Mr. Gladstone had introduced a bill to en able any one to make contract with his at torney to do work for a fixed sum. .
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 12 August 1864
AMIERICA. Grant has been repulsed in his attack on Richmond, with a loss of 100,000. Large reiuforcoments have been sent to both armies. A loan of 80,000,000 is asked for by the Federals. Military authorities assert that the cam paign has failed, although Grant was within thirteen miles of Richmond. The Federals haze been driven out of Arkansas. The fugitive slave law has been repealed. The Federal public debt armo:nts to seventeen hundred million dollars. Sporting Oaks Stakes :-Fille de I'Air, first; Breeze, second. Gold Cup, Scottish Chief. Obituary.-William Smith O'Brien.
POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 12 August 1864
' .YOST OFFICE 'NOTICE. :The follawing N. tice, relating to Newepapers under the new Post Office Ac , is poet*t at tl e Poct Offic-, Heatheore, fur the izformation of tie. pnblie:- - .. . - - On and aftertbe 2dAugtar t, Newspapers, poste in Vic.ora, saust hare the words "N rEWSPAiE r OerK" visibl and legible on the cutside or wrapjer tte:eof. and moat his uotherrespects b.: Foted in conformity with the a.quircments or the 13th Clise .f he Act 27 Victo.i:, No. 226, a c.py of whaich is subj..ined, or they wi'l ba liable to he de tainedand otine.wise d a witb, according to Law. " 13.-Ere7 taw , country, or foreign news paper shall be sent widout a cover, or an a cover up-n atboth ends with the werds "NswsPAPER IJrLT," plced o0 such n w-p p r or cover, aid it ,hall be foWed in 'uch a manner as that the we ds w .rasaid shall to vi-ible and legibl; and there slall not bh in or non any such tewspaper, rr ihe c ver the.eof, any commuiica-nf. character, kgm, letter, or unier (rther th n a li...