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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
The o. Caledonia Company . are still crushing with only one battery, the stamp heads not hliving arrived. A great quantity of stone is ready for crushing. A party of miners have applied for a portion of Buitler's Reef. The Reef has been held in idleness by a party who have a lease of -it, for upwards of thiee years. It is high time it was taken up, and the lease cancelled. Messrs. Potter, Green, and Co., of the Phoenix Reef, are about sending a lot of stone to the mill. They intend sinkiig Messrs. Palling, Russell, and Co., of the Welcome Reef, at Staffordshire Flat, are about to crush 20 tons of stone that pro mises to shape well. ' A number of puddlers are still sluicing their tailings, and in some instances they are found to pay well. - - Reports from Hays' Gully are very, contradictory, but some parties are doing very well, while others.are doing nothing. It is ,very patchy. .. A' piece of giround -'up Caledonia Gully has been rfishedTby a considerable number. of alluvial miners...
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
S NOTICES SAPPROACHING MEETINGS. - Municipal Council.-In the Council Chamber, at 3 p.m., on Wednesday, July 8th. Heathcote and TFaraunga District Road Board.-In their offices, Emeu Hotel, at 3 p.m., on Tuesday, July 7. - Hospital.-In the Committee Room, at 8 p.m., on Tuesday, July 14th. Mechanics' Institute.-In the Committee Room, at half-past 8 p.m., on Monday, July 13th..... M asnic: Lodge.-In the 'Lodge, at 8 p.m., on Friday, July 5.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
A SPRING CART AND HARNESS for sile, adopted for gardfn or hawking purposes. Apply to JAMES NEIL, opposite the Union Hotel, Hcathcoo,. LETTER OF APPLICATION FOR .M -ERAL LEASE. ITHE undersigned hereby apply to the Honorable the Commissioner of Mines for a Lease of Crown Lands for the purpose the mineral and metal intended to be mined for, are hereunder set forth ; and I herewith deposit with the Clerk of Petty Sessions the sum of Ten Pounds, as required by the Mining Leases Regulations; and I agree if my application be investigated, that such last-named sum shall in all respects be held by such Clerk of Petty Sessions, subject to, and may be appropriated by him, under the terms of such regulations; and that upon the approval of this application, I will exe cute a lease upon the basis therein stated, if the Governor shall think fit to grant the same. I have the honor to be, Sir, Your obedient servant, ROBERT FREDERICK HOWARD. Date-24th June, 1868. Address-Sandhurst.- - Name of mineral...
REVOLUTION IN MADAGASCAR. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
*tEVOLUTION -IN. MADAGASCAR. ----o-- 0 - 1= "(From the Argus.) The barque .Formosa, which arrived in Hobson's Bay during Sunday night, brings the following startling news. Captain Beaton reports that shortly before he left Mauritius, on the 1st inst., information had been received there from Madagascar, stating 'that the King of Madagascar, with seventeen of his officers of state, as also the American Consul, had been 'murdered; and that the English and French Consuls had been 'obliged to fly from the capital. This news has been confirmed by letter received by Mr Wm. Joshua,, of the firm of Messrs Joshua Brothers and Co., owners of the Formosa, fiom his brother, at Mauri tins, dated 1st inst., stating that informa tion'had been received there that " a revo lution has. broken.out at Madagascar; the King, with seventeen of his officers of state, and the American Consul have been murdered; and the English and French Consuls were obliged to fly from the capital,". Disconsolate followers...
HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. WEEKLY REPORT. Wednesday, July 1, 1863, [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
JIEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. WEEKLY REPORT. WVedceday, Jply .1,,1863,. Received during the week.2.. ?... 2 Discharged relieved r cured,;i...'.. I1 Dichuged incurable.......... SDic ......i .......... -'. O Out Patients ......'...........e, .,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
. FOR SALE. AN eight horse-power steam engine and .. (Cornish) boiler in good working order. For farther particulers apply ,o S W. W YLIE, Shicer Gully, Seatheote. ~LACK . CLOTH COATS, VESTS,; AND S . VTOWERS, also dark Olothing- Cleaned and kledired. .??Orders left at Mrs. WnALE's, : ILI.IiER .AND DRESSMAKER, HIGH STREET: .: .? ,: HEATHCOT:, IUB: I;I -C N ?OTICE. 0'o C E. STiRUTT, ES, s P.M., iSH ': E"Eti enndermentioned, being nt T: es than : I'il Five Landholders and Householders in' the piobcl~imed Road District of Warangau::in' the Colony of. Victoria, do hereby request that.you will convene a.Meeting of the Landholdes and Householders in such Road District,, to form a Iisirict Road Board, for the parpose of euperin tending, providing for, and completing the con structnon 0 pair, anda maintenance of te- rcad" in ?-nti cRoai District, and carrying outhei-reinrt he provisions in the Act, 16 Vie., No 40, and 17 Vie., No 29, contained. Datedthis 18th dayof June, 1863. D. H, Clarke....
EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 July 1863
ExPRa1D1TuBE, "Balance due to the 'ý - : - " Oriental Bank.. £183. 2. 3 Balance of Contraits £61 6 8 Aclhitect anid:Clerk.,..; : oWra ......... 82 10 0 3 16 8 Rent .... 26 06 0 Salary-Town Clerk 66 11 6 - ' Aiditors .:'" 4. 4 0" 60 16 .6. Printing, Advertising o -.... ..,......... 38 10 9 Sdueieipal El'ctioe :Expoenes ...ce .;:: 2 8 0 .Deputation Expenseea : 0 0.,0 : "Relief.......... 3 10 0 918 0 Balance due. fromn ': i :.:,:. ,: nerntl Bank 8 3 11 £470 .7:1 H. T. JAMES Auditors. OCTAFIUS LAMB, j d . Municipal Chambers, 7th ApriJ1863- - : -- - There have oen 15 Council Meetings this half year: I Council Committee Total The Chairman has attended......... I 11 22 Cr. J. Hay ...... • 11 10 21 "J ohn Fyiiii.. 10 9 19 "W. B. Walsh. 9 - 8: 17 . " E. Walker ... 10 ' 6 16 " G. Shaksperq.. 8 6 14 " ;. B. Morri. :- ' 7 The follotony By;e-lawas had been sanctioned by the Governor in.Council.. .:*,, No. 9.-To empower the Coancil"to 'execute cer tain-worka? by funds raised by mortgage; - No. 10...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 July 1863
HEATHCOTE HOTEL. GRAND ENTERTAINMENT' BENEF IT TO MICIIAL P. PHELAN, Monday First, July 13. JAMES M'EWAN & Co. WHOLESALE IRONMONGERS, SAND IRON- MERCHANTS. IMPORTERS-: OP AGRICULTU1RAL IMPLEMENTS, KACHINERY. 79 & 319. E.IZABET?-STREET, M ELBOURNE.":::i BLIGH AND HARBOTT'LE, IMPORTERS OP . GENERAL 'MERCHANDISE. * -~0-- 21 QUEEN-STREET,. MELBOURNE. : Tai LOOAL GOVERNMENT BILL.-The Herald is responsible.for the follbwing. : "The refusal of the Assembly.to agree .to the amenjmenis proposed in the LIocil Government Bill, and the undue preQipi' tancy with which the Government assented to the Electoral Act, are likely to lead to the disfiraichisement of more than half the colony. .Claiuse 83 of th'least 'mentioned measure -renders- it-nimperative- that-th& Electoral (Registrar shall make out his generallsf daiinig ?he'montliof LAugusi this list to be composed of persons, whose names were on the ratepayers roll for. .the. county or municipal district, and also of tho...
THE MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 July 1863
THE MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. - S ate- Day Rotrn District. of Nomi- o?? of nation. -Polling. Writ.. Mornipgton..... July 8, July 15. July 22 Brighton ......... July 7.. ay g. July 1s WFelliaon..... July: Jl . July 16 ,EaaIt'Bourae..... July : 3 ily l. July lt lohmnd ... July 7. .Juy 10. July 17 S...... ' July 9. 1July 8. July 28 Ma??ng ... July 8. .July15. July 23 ThI-"fist lU't-?' rith l" m portut- Minis -teitis.ate ment, as-.regards the..land policy of the Ministry, was made yester day evening by Mr' Heales to his consti tuents, at the Cumberland Hotel,- Sydney road, Brunswick. JThe weather was ex. cessively cold and inclement, but there was, :nevertheless, a large attendance of electors. T. J. Sumner, Esq., occupied, the chair. Mr Heales was well received. After reviewing the circumstances under which the present Government had taken office, he stated that it was not their in tention to disturb the existing assessments, as determined by arbitration, excepting in ,ca where tth v hart...
THE VOLUNTEER MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 July 1863
THE V?OLUNTEER IOYEMENT. Sf the question should be asked, of what service -have the' volunteers been to the country ?' the answer is- ready at hand. They, have inspired confidence.. No one hears now of threats of invasion. No one ever rises now in the House of Commons, or rushes frantically into print, in order to prove the facility with which a French army could be landed on our shores, or the short space of time which would suffice to convert London into a' heap of slhoking ruins. It may be said that the fears which were formerly held upon these points were groundless, and that England was as safe from invasion before-the establishment: of. a volinteer force as she is noi. Even grant ing that the fears were groundless, still it is notorious that they, from time to time exercised a very depressing influence upon trade and on financial operations. It is not suaffcient.for a merchant to be secure.: He must also feel hiiiself secure. The premnium on a policy of insurance is not thrown...
HARD TIMES IN THE SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 July 1863
HARD TIdEB IN THE SOUTH. Our people have not yet learned the duty. of economy, and until this duty- to' their country is thoroughly learned and sternly practised by the fanilies :of the land,5 the cause for which we are now battling will 'c64tinue to be in peril=: The gllant army thit stands an imupregnable wall between us ý th@ feo 4e_ and-that hli t.liy .pro , _ - sot'uiildBeiariburdrens at lea t'jrgrgat as' they' are ?l?iermng--n ah rim??griie burdens the self-denial of a rigid: economy is painfully prominent. If ever? house holder will'rigidly see that no inmate in his house shall consume more than a qiiarter of a pound of meat eacih day, with siich vegetables as the season will supply, and strictly carry ito 'ekecution such a plan of economy, our present supplyy of provisions can be made to support; the people. The custom of three 'meals a day should be abandoned; two are amply sufficient; it is a habit-this eating: three times a day and, :at present, a, bad habit; we can ac cu...
THE PROPHECY ACCOMPLISHED. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 July 1863
THE PROPHECY ACCOMPLISHED. The following letter, written by a squat ter's daughter, on the New South Wales side of.the Murray, has been, for'warded to ts for publication: TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE. Sin,-It is now five years ago. since the Age newspaper warned the 'country respect ing IMrCharles Gavan Duffy,.in these zvery words- " But -we have no sympathy for Mr O'Shanassy; no one knew the antecedents of his late colleague better' thai the. Chief Secretary. This man has never been aniy. thing else but a traitor; he it was who destroyed the repeal movement, or, at least, hastened its dissoluttion ; he.it was; 'if. all tales be true, who, af er having assisted- to originate the Young Ireland party, covered. it with disgrace and shame by his treachery or pusillanimity, a disgrace certainly, which' he does not share himself only because he is too contemptible. It is not difficitIt `foir those whb' are accustomed..to .read. the future in the flitting shadows of the present, to predict tha...
VERY ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 July 1863
VERY ORIG-INAL: COR RESP O N D E N E;: , -0 From itheRodnejr DidajcJi' Sir,-Your contemporary,- the MlcIvor Times, has been labouring very bard in trying to persuade "its readers" that" y'ti have been guilty of a great amount of Inconsistency. First questioning the pblice of the Municipal Council, in ex pending so large a sum of money out of their small-income, in the,erection of -a Town. Hall, and afterwards' urging upon the authorities the necessity of pushing on the works at the Court House with as much speed aspossible, on account of the dangerous state of the old one. Surely the people of.Heathcote 'are not ini such a state of ignorance as not to know the difference between a Court House and a _Municipal Chamber. 'What I would be glad to know is, what has the building of a new Court House to do with theMuni cipal Council, or the Council to do with that? The two buildings are separate and distinct, the one being an undertaking of the Government; the other of the Council, and, ca...
COMMERCIAL. The prise of gold is £3 18B 6d per ounce. HEATHCOTE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 July 1863
Theprlse of gold is£3 18a 6d per ounce. BEATHCOTE MA?1KETS. Mr Craven reports Wholesale prices as follows Best silk dressed Flour, £14 10s per too. W?hest, 5s 93 per busebel. Seed Whest,. G. 63 ditto. Pollard, 1s9d ditto. - Bran. 1s 8d ditto,. " )ats [Colonial] Gs 6d ditto. - Prime seed.ditto, 7s 6d ditto. Cape Barlehy, 6a Gd dittc. Beat cut Chaff, 86ditt. Hay, £8 per to . Potatoes,;£8 to £9 per ton.
(To the Editor of the McIvor Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 July 1863
(To the Editor.of the fcIvdr. Times.) S. ,-That, our present system .of mining legislation is most injudicious, or adsurd in many re?pects,. must be obvious to even the most careless observer." That' our legislators, true to their instincts, have thrust every obstacle that they pos sibly could, in the way of developing our mineral wealth, in the., same manner in which they have treated 'that noblest oc cupation of man, namely, husbandry, is a fact patent to everybody. who 'is not wholly' bereft of' his senses. Our al luvial diggings having now become well nigh exhausted; many puddlers, and tub aind cradle menrnaturally look forward to finding profitable employment in opining up the quartz lodes in which our district so richly abounds, and if every facility,, or encouragement be not' afforded by our laws to such - miners for - carrying, out their laudable desire in this matter, need I say they. may be forced in a short time, to leave the district, or perhaps the colony. Is it not tru...
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 July 1863
POST OFFICE, HoEATUCOTs,. A?? IVAL AND DEPASOTURE. Oy THE MAILS. : The times appointed for the arrival and depar tore of the Mails in Hoathcote for 1863, are as tnder : From Melbourne, Kyneton, and M'a I!ie, daily, Monday excepted, at 3 30 n.m. Closes for dispatcb, J daily, Sunday excepted, at 2"30 p.m. From Redcastle, Whroo, Rushworth and Mor ebison, every Monday, Woednnday and Friday, at ,30 p.m. Closes for deepatch, on Monday, Wed sa3y and Friday, at 6 p.m. g_ ro Saudlirtbret. voOEl uQ at-e .. - Maonday, 7Wednesday, and Friday, at 1.?0 p m. "'Closes for despatch on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 10 a.m. From Kilmore & Pyalong, every Monday, Wed nesday sod Friday. Closes for dispatch every Taee. day, Thursday, nod Saturday, at 7"3J a.m. From Costerfield, every Monday, WedneEdsy & Friday. Closed for despatch at 8 e.m. * eceiving Baxes-Mr J. Dougall'r, High street Cleared daily, Sunday excepted; at 2.15 p'm. Mr Renwick's Aroyle Gully. Cleared daily, Sunday except...