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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 19 August 1864
AMERICA. Our latest advices from New York are to June 15. The army of the Potomac had again changed its front; and while leaving enough force in entrenchments in front of General Lee's inexpugnable posi tion, had shifted its centre of operations from the north-east to the south-east of Richmond. This brings Grant into im mediate contiguity with Butler's army, which is in a strongly fortified pIosition at Bermuda Hundred, a peninsula on the James River, and gives him the support of the Federal grunboats and Monitors. The only danger in the case was that Lee may break through the Federal lines on Chickahominy, now weakened by the change of front, and make a rapid dash on Washington. In the meanwhile the Fed eral General Burbildge has d'feated the Confederate guerilla chief Morgan, and taken from him 1000 horses, after killing 600 men; but, on.the other hand, the Federal-General Sturgiss in conmmand of the Memphis expedition has been defeated by the Confederate General Forrest, in Tenn...
THE SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 19 August 1864
THE SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN QUESTION. A letter from Berlin, quoted by the Paris ' Presse ' of June 25, asserts that a diplomatic rupture had already taken place betwern Prussia and England, and that Mr. Buchanan, the English minister at Berlin, was making preparations for his departure. According to the 'Cologne Gazette,.' the total force of the Prussian troops now in Jutland and the Duchies amounts to 54 battalions of infantry of the guard and of the line, S battalions of chasseurs, 2 of pioneers, 14 field batteries, 7 .siege bat teries,, 3 companies of hospital attendants, and 7 cavalry regiments, forming an effective of 20 squadrons-in all 60,000 men at the least. A telegram from Vienna states that the German sovereigns at Carlsbad had come to an understanding upon the Dano-Ger man question. According to this under standing Prussia would, with the concur rence of Austria, propose at the Federal Diet that the German Confederation should declare war against Denmark. The semi official jo...
ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 19 August 1864
EXGUISH MAIL. The Royal Mail Steam Ship haDRAs, will be despatched wi h the lilst for K gng Gatge's Scend, Poin de Galle, India, China, the 3edi teramnean Part. EBuope, Arere?a, aad the Unnied Kingdom, o, Foidac, 26:h nst. SThe time app inted for cloeing at thin Officeis For Ergi?terd Ltt*ers,-. p.m., on Wtdessday, 24th insa.t. For Newrp-pers for the United Xingkow, British Cola-i s, mad PForeign Couantries, i Southampt,,. "rd for all the intermediate Ports 1 p.m., 24th instant. For Ordinary L-eters for the UniteS Kingdom, Britiah Co on'es a d F.reign Ccantries, ri Southampton and ia Marsilles, and for all the intermediate P. rta--l, p.m., 25th. ins'ant. For Newapapers rioa Marseille -- I, p.pm., 25th instant. Money Orders for the United Kingdcm, before 1 p.m., 25th instant. It is ugg-sr.dt that alln letters int nded for transmission by the Royal Mail Contract Steamer, shon'd be secured with Gum or Waferr, the use of sealing-wax having been frcund to cause delay in separating letter...
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE TRANSPORTATION QUESTION [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 19 August 1864
GLI$SI EXT?R~ACT;. (From the Home 1N'es.) TRANSPORTATION QUESTION e transportation question is still under tion, although it might have been nably hoped, from what has been ldy done by Government, that the feeling" of the colonies on the sub would have entered a more temperate On the 22nd June a deputation of ralian colonists resident in England ed upon Mr. Cardwell, and, reminding Sof the Duke of Newcastle's despatch ~ bruary, 1853, which stated that the rnment had come to the conclusion transportation to Western Australia ld be continued only for a short d and to a limited extent, requested i, he would use all his influence to ro ie altogether this last cause of disstais feon in the Australian settlements. This ss to the Colonial Minister ignored ly the course which had been recently tAn by Government as the commence mt of a new policy in the direction of wishes of the Australian colonies; and (:'Cardwell did not fail to notice the iission. He told the deputation very gikly that t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 19 August 1864
NOTICE. On and after 23rd Jn!y, the folloiing rates of Postage wilW be ceargeoLle upon Letters for th. Uni'ed Kingdom via ?ar.eilles:-N-ot exceeding half an ounce, tenpence (lOd.); exceedine h:If an ounce hut not erceding an ounce, one shilling and eigbltpence (Is. 8d.); above one oaluce but not exceeding two ources, three Eh 0ina and foul peace (3s. 4d.) ; above two ounces but not erceed. ing thrre onnces. Eve shillings (.5.) E.ery ounce after the first, one s.il ing and eiglltrence (Ie. 8d.) Po?s?TrasEn. Pont Office. leathcot'. Jn'y 23. 1363. TELEGRAPHII NOTICE. Tho attentirn of the public is dieeted to Clause 10 of the '-R-golations and Conditions under which Teleirairs are auhor.isec to be '.rsvitted in Victoria," provisions beirg made therein en.bling the oencer of any tslegram to ob'ain a copy of the name repeated I ack from its place of destinsticn, on makitng anadri i, nal peyment of one-half the o iginalcharge, tbnu e=suriang t'C greater arrcont of certantyJ as to correctnc...
NEW MINING BYE-LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 19 August 1864
NEW MINING BYI:-LALWV. The- following addition,. Clauses have been added to the Saundhursjt District Mining Bye-l.ws:- 'IThe clause No. 12 alluvial claims, andt clause No. 17 1euldling and cement crush ing, of thile Gener: Ilye-law, No. 6, passed.a by the Sandhurst Mining Board on the 22nd February, 1861, and gazetted on the 4th day of March, 1S6-4, is hereby re pealed, andl the following substituted in lieu thereof: ,SIhTherding claomnl in all'?iac ground. On the day on which any claim shall be taken possession of, not less than one-half the shareholders must remain thereon for two (2) consecutive hours, viz., from Nine (9) of the clock a.m. to Eleven-(11) of the clock a.m.; andi on every succeeding nay each shareholder in such claim must (except prevented through sickness or any public holiday) be present thereon during the term above-mentioned, until work is commenced and continued in a bo'ti fti manner. No share or interest in any claim being shepherdea shall, under any circum s...
WHROO. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 19 August 1864
WHEROO. (F'rmn our own Correspondctnt.) MIr. Renison completed the repairs to his machinery on Thursday last, and con. menced work with ten tons of stone from Messrs. M3allock, Barret, & Co.'s. claims on the Johnson's reef. The proprietors having. two claims on this reef, they raised a crush. ing of S tons from each claim, one at depth of 130 feet, realised 2 ozs. 9 dwt5 to the ton; the other! was taken from the surface down to 25 feet, this lot gave 1 oz. 9 dwts. to the ton. Messrs. Baud & Vogelsang, me no~ having crushed about 10 tons from the flappy-go-Iucky, which it is thought will give the owners a good dividend; I willU however give you the result in my next. Maessrs. Law and Darrock are proceedin, rapidly with their machinery, which they have removed from the White Hills;. they are availing themselves of all the latest mechanical improvements, and when tln ished, which will be in about four weeks, their machinery will be very complete, and will greatly benefi...
Commercial. The price of gold is £3 19s. 3d. per ounce. HEATHCOTE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 19 August 1864
The p:icc ofgoad i- £3 19i. 3d. ier ounce. HEATHCOTE mARKETS. The Wholesale Pricesare as fol!ows Best silk-dres el Flowr, £30 per ton. W1 eat, 1s.? G?. er bushel. Seed Wheat, 12s. 6d. 'itto. P.Ma, , r. ditto. Brnn, Is. lOd. eitto,. O.'s [Colonial], 4s. 6. ditto. Pri. e seed iitto, 5s, Gd. ditto. Best .ut ChafF, Se. cwt. Hay, £5 15; p6: tan. Potatoes, £8 to £9 per tor.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 19 August 1864
BUSINESS DIRECTORY: -fEAlTHCOTE HOTEL, High street, Heathcote 4 - -JAMES HAY, proprietor. EATH~OTE FLOUt MILL, Jenning street 66 78 J TAMES CROWLE, Builder and Undertaker c" next Oriental Bank, Heathcote. JOHN GRANT, Blacksmith, Heathcote, has on sale, Agricultural Implements, Drays, YWheelbarrows, Blacksmith's and Mining Tools, &c. Shoeing and Jobbing executed with the utm' st care and dispatch. ?I'RS. ROW, Tuscan, Straw, and fancy Hat . sand B nnet aiaker. Dyeing. cleaning, and altering to the present fash:on. Opposite the Times Ofice, High Street, Hesthcote. 69 81 RS KING Milliner and Draper, Alma House High street, Heathcote 66 78 Il.cIVOR TIMES onfce, next Dr. Robinson, 11L High street, Heatheote. T)HILIP ORLEIMAN, Bui'der and Contractor, I Huntley, near Sandhurst. THOMAS CRAVEN, Storekeeper, Wine and S Spirit MIerchant, nearly opposite Telegraph and Post offices, Heathcote. TRIRUE BRITON HOTEL, Caledonia Gully. SGced accommodation for man and horse. First-c'as w'nes, s...
POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 19 August 1864
POSI OFFICE NOTICE. The following Stice, relating to Neewspapers under the mew Poss Office A c, is posted at t e Po't Oflc-, Heathcorte, for thi infonmation of the publie : On andafterthe 2nd Aug?nt, Ne'wspapers,.osted it Victoria, roust havete te icorrfe '" WSPAPEk Or'" risible and legible on the outside or wrapper thereof. and must in other respects b po0std in conformity rwith the uquirrments of the 13th c?luse of the Act 27 Victosi-, No. 226, a c.py cf hicb is sub.oined, or they ~il be liable to bhe de tJned and otherwise d alt with, accsding to Lrw. "13.-Every towr, country, or f~oreign news papersball besent withouta eaver, or in a cover open at both ende, with the words "NEwsySPAP OLY.," placed on asuch n?w-pap:r or coyvr, and it shall be foied in much a anner as tat the wo des aforesaid shall be yi-iIle and legible; and there shall not be in o: ui on any such rewspsper, yr the e?ertheeof, any cenmmntiction, eba azter, fgnre, letter, or numter (cther than a lite 'rawa thsou-h...
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 19 August 1864
POST OFFICE, HEATIICOTE. ARRIVAL AND DEIPArTURE OF TIUE 3LULS. T e tiofrs.-ppointtd for the artival anl depar. tore of the Mui's in Heathcote ftr 1861, are as under:-. From belDourne, Ssndhnrst, Wild Duck Creek. snd Ax?dwlo daiiy," Monday excepted. at 5 a.m Clotes for despatch daily, Sunday excepted, at I p.m. From Costerfivld, Redea-tle. 'Wroo, uBshworth and Mutchison, *very Monday, Wednesday, ani Friday. at 2 p.m. Cloees fJr despa'ch on Mlon day, Wedt esdly, and F.iday, at 6 p.m. From Kilmoe and Pyalang, every Mmdasy, - Wednefday, ad F.iday, at 530 p.m. Clsses for despatch eTery Mon.'ay, Wednesday, and Friday, at 6 p.m. Froim ynr tcn, MIa Wlia, a-d Barfold every Tuesday, 'Thanday, and Samn-day at 8.30 p.m. Closes f.r desp3tch for Melburre, vir Kyneton, ?arford. ani Mia 3Iis cn Monday, Vednoeday, ad Friday, at 2 p.m. Receivivg Boxes--3r. J. Daugal's. Higi-t-treet Cleared daily, Sunday excepted, at 12.45 p.m. Mr. Renwick's, Ariyle Gully. Cleared daily, Sunday exc.ptel, at 12.45 p.m....
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. Monday, August 15th, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 19 August 1864
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. Monday, Augyst 15th, 1864. Presnt--MIr. Von-der-Luft, in the Chair, and Messrs. Alsop, Crowle, Lawson, Grant, M'Innes, Brookes, Whylie, the Rev. A. Stubbs, and the Hon Secretary. MIINUTES. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, on the motion of Mr. Grant, seconded by Mr. Crowle. An account of the Tinmes for £2 13s., for printing and advertising, was passed for payment. The Secretary read the report of the Sub-committee as to the agreement with, and duties of, the new Librarian. Mr. Brookes moved-" That the atten tion of the Librarian be called to a rule of the Institute to the eff'ct that all monthly periodicals are not allowed to be removed from the table of the Institute until after a month old." Seconded by the Rev. A. Stubbs and carried. Mr. Dougall was called in and asked when it was likely that he would be able to leave the Institute, and, in reply, stated that he was unable to say exactly; and on being asked to give a reason for his...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 19 August 1864
goal aud (raueral gettS. THE PEICE OF METr.-There appears to be a great amount of competition among the butchers at Rushworth and Whroo, as meat is selling at these places at 2d. and 3d. per lb. NxrzracAr. EQu.r.rsaTro- OF THE SEXES. -It is curious that while nine-tenths of the births at Heathcote are girls, about the same proportion at Whroo are boys. THE HEALES MO0K-UME T FUD.,-We beg to acknowledge the receipt ofI- . from Mr. J.T. 3P'Crea, of Whroo. Subscription lists will be left at stores and public places on MIonday next, some lists will also be for warded to Itushworth, Whroo, and MIur chison. NEWS FOE HOME.-The AwstralkuZci ews is, undoubtedly, the best paper for trans mission to friends at home. All the events of the month are chronicled in a faithful and impartial manner, while objects of in terest are made the subjects of a series of first-class wood cuts, well calculated to give people at home a good idea of our scenery, architecture, mining operations, and bush life. Bm...
HEATHCOTE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, August 17th, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 19 August 1864
HEATflCOTE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wedlzesday, August 17th, 1864. Present-The Mayor, arid Crs. Hay, Hall, Grant and 3orris. Cr. Thomas was introduced by Cr. Grant, who also introduced Cr. Tierney. Cr. Von-der-Luft was introduced by Cr. Hall. The newly elected Crs. made the neces sary declaration, and took their seats. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. A letter fromn the Chief Secretary's Oflco, stating that the district is proclaimed a Beer License district. From the office of Lands and Survey, stating that only a sum of £75 would be allotted to Heathcote ihr encinga parks and recreation grounds. A circular was received from a firm in Sydney, recommending their patent en amelled finger-posts and strCeet-corner di rection plates. FINAkNcE. The followin account was passed for pay ment :-The TItwor Times, printing, £10 1ls. Gd. Cr. Hall asked if the Town Clerk had spoken to the sureties of the miners who sank the holes near the Oriental Bank. He said...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 19 August 1864
THE arrogance of "leading colonists" is proverbial; it is the result of a very natural cause. They generally leave Great Britain with very little money, but are, in most cases, prompted to what is sometimes called a voluntary exile by an intense desire to acquire wealth. Nothing is permitted to stand in the way of reaching the object of their ambition, and they reach it at last. It matters not to them what means they em ployed, whether keeping a brothel, prosti tuting the columns of a leading journal, by land swindles, or" lucky speculations, they have the money, but happiness recedes as they advance. They retrace their steps to England; they avoid Cape Horn, of course, by forwarding themselves overland, rid Suez. Their time on the passage is con sumed in. studying the best means of "astonishing the Browns" when they arrive. Like the old Nabobs of India who grew rich by divers tricks in the Carnatic or Bengal, the leading colonists, struggle hard to attract the attention of the mill...
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 19 August 1864
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. Munic.pal Concil. - In the Town Hall, at half-past 6 p.m.,' on Wednesday, August 81st. Heathcote District Road Board.-Road Board Office, at 1 p.m., on Tuesday, September 6. HospitaL-In the Committee Room, on Tuesday, September 13, at 8 p.m. Mechanics' Instithde.-n the Committee Room, at half-past 8 p.m., on Monday, August 29. Managers of the Heathcote Town and Gold-fields Commons.-At the Town Hall, on Tuesday, September 6. Masonic Lodge.-In the Lodge, at 8 p.m., on Friday, September 2. Odd Fellows' Lodge.-In the Lodge Room, Victoria Hotel, on Wednesday, 24th August, at half-past 7 p.m. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOROING. HONESTY IS THE BEST FOLICY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1864.