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(To the Editor of the M'Ivor Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 September 1864
(To the Editor of the Mll'Ivor Times.) Sir,--Incase the public should be mis led with reference to the smashing of the Victoria Flat Mining Company, I beg to state that the shareholders, as a body, hadl nothing whatever to do with it. The case stands thus :--Jr. Stephenson being, ac cording to his own account, a practical miner (2) was, by the shareholders, ap pointed manager, to overlook. their in terests and see that no advantage was taken of their ignorance of mining, and to see that the works were carried out in a workman-like manner; in fact, to bring all his Ballarat and Creswick experience to the forwarding of the interests ot the Company in the success of the undertaking. The shareholders, under the irresistiblo assurances of ability from Mr. Stephenson, handed over the management to him, and congratulated themselves on having secured a manager who understood mining-a manager who would show 3M'lvor how things are done at Creswick-yea, a model manager! Mr. Stephenson commence...
(To the Editor of the M'Ivor Times.) MECHANICS' RECEIVING BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 September 1864
(To the Editor of the ilI'tror Times.) MECHANICS' RECEIVING BOX. Sir,-Allow me to call attention to the great inconvenience to the Subscribers at tending.our Mechanics' Institute, from the fact that although there is a postal re ceiving Box on the premises, yet, unless stamps are in the possession of those desirous of availing themselves of the convenience, they are necessitated to travel either to-the Post Office, in one direction,. or, in the other direction, to Messrs. Alii and James', and back again to post their letters. T'he new Librarian informs me that he has made applhcation for. a license, but a yet he has not received any reply. Surelt there cannot exist any well-grounder :eason why the same privilege should an be extended to him that was enjoyed by his predecessor ? I am, Sir, Yours obediently, A SUBSCRIBER.
NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 September 1864
NO Th E. On and fte-.23rd Ja'y, the followin$g rtes of P s-ewill he hirge'i e npon 'Letltrs for -h U iled Kinsdomea M hr'eilles :-Not exceeding h:.€. ouauncenpeae (ROd.); e Eeeine h-If arn r:e fhut iot ezced g anu unne, one slilling and e-ls" oc (is. -Ed.); above e ruonce but ro. ese.-eding taro oauece, three nhil ing r and eo- ce, -x (3s,. 4rL); atove two ounce. but not eu etd ax g thre ounces. Ev shillings (5-.) E'erv cunce ml ew ie find, one sil ins and eight -ence (le. ad.) L. M'INNF , - - Po."rsnASTRe. Par t Offce. lyca'hcaee. Jovy 23 1963. TELEGRAP*Ic: NOrTICE. TJ. rrarf.rit nf thlie rit nuii is di eck I to Chyie 1Ii of 'he ` RgaZ...oss TnI GonColitions and-r which T etreans ,rc..u~horioei to to trar8Lcittrd L VT torhi,' tnvir-rn&lt; oheigrrn~ve therein en-hiin; me' etncer cl a:y t'4e1rsrn to ob ant a copy of the v e ere-.ted toak from is place of doRrin-tirn on - at-.g -m-dJi ia1al n'rmeat of one-half rho eou'ina ctarge. tI-at e-aurin: tie greater an of nt i of orrta ...
(To the Editor of the M'Ivor Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 September 1864
(To the Editor of the M'icor Tient.) Sir,--As you are ever anxious to us your pen in order to effect the welfare and advancement of this town and district, [ trust you will spare me space in your journal to bring before your notice, and that of the public, what; consider would 7 be a great boon to this community, allude to tha long-standing want of a Government Paymaster. There are, need scarcely tell you, many tradesmen in this district who are continually havin., accounts ngainst the Government, and no little difficulty is experienced in obtainn., i the same, simply through this desideratuan I will suppose a case of a tradesmen `.; having a number of small accounts aran the Government, the IBank (althoulil very obliging) will not undertake to collect accounts under- £1; how then, I should f like to know, are the small accounts to . collected ? If we had our own Paynlster (as almost every town in the colony his) f we should at once got over the ditaculty and avoid having to pay for...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 September 1864
BUS USS' DIRECT?QRY tCCGOT HOTEL, High street, Heatheote r I.4AME8 AY1, proprietor,.. EA`lIICQTE FLOUR .MILL, Jenning street. 6878, x rYiSEES CROWLE, Builder.: and . Undertaer, next Oricflno Bausk. Intt cts.. I- GRANT, -Blacksmith, easthcote. has on sal, Agriculltral.;Impiernnnts .Drays geltbrrow. Blacksnmith's and Jmining Tools;* Shoeiig aiui `Jobbing executed with -the cstcare and dispatch.' ' ROW, Tuscan,' Straw,. und fancy - H. S and ,Benneh, Mir,' ,Dyei.eg, c: oinog,nd. en, to . the, .presept, fahion. Nexlt.to ady's Motel, High Stieer Heathcote. '69.81 S RS KING Milliner and Draper, Alma House High :stretpt -HeathTote ý- _ .. 64 78. 0clYOR :TIMES, eoffice; next Dr. obiono,. S High street,.Heathqcte.: IlILIP ORLEMAN, Builder and Contractor. u Hntery,. near. Sandhiu. ' HOM3AS CRAYEN,:. Storekeeper,. Wine and Spirit Merchant, nearly opposite' Telegraph d Post ofies Heithcote. RUE BRITON HOTEt,' Caledonia - Gully. Gocd adc6mntoatidr-'for man and :horse. rstc'a's w nes, prits, and n...
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 September 1864
POST OFFICE, .HKATHCOTE. ABUPIAL AND DEPaITUa E OF TILE 3MaLS T4 a e:im?sIipoint~d 'or the arrival and depar t're f the tai s in ilea.hcote fr 1864, are as Fran bfelonoune, S'ndhurst, Wild Duck Creek. *erld A*,.' Ie dai.y. MI'nday excepted. at 5 a.m. £ In es for despatch daily, Sunday excepted, at Frouu Costerfi. id:ledca. tle. WbEroo, Rnshor h a: na Iu.cehson,',vey Ilon'ay, Wednesday, an? }ri'"r.'ar 2 arm. Clo0es for despaeh on Mon dr. Wed esdty, and F.iday, at 6 p.m. io'a Kilmore and Pyalr ng, every Mcrdsy, Vee..ne-day, a,.d Faitay, at 530 p.m. (C ses for d. -.tshIeery lon'ay, Wetdesday, and Friday, at 6 p.m. Froo"' vxi ton, M?a Mii, a d Barfold every 't-s'.y, 1 '"hunrdav, and Satu:day at 8.30 p.m. fltset -f'r despatch for ieb.,arte, ia Kyneton, ]Br-' d. and I.ia Mia on 3M?nday, WVednesday, ad rP ida. at 2 p.m. Re- e'ri-g Boxes-Mr? J . Dosgall's. Hi:h-street C:eaned dasiy. Sunday excep'e,. at 12.45 p.m. Mr- Renwicks, Argyle Gully. Cleated daily, Snsf::y --xc'p e., at 12.45 p.m.' ,...
HEATHCOTE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 September 1864
HEATEHCOTH IMARKEETS. I71 Wholesale Priees re as foltows- Best silk-dzes e 1 Fklor, £30 per toa. V' eat, 11s. 6u. ler bushel. Seed Whe.t, 12a. 6d. ditto. t. P lamt, 3. ditto. Bran, s. -lOd. ditt. O(s [Colontil], 4s. 6&L dittb. Pri e seed .itto, 5s. 6d. dit!o. Pest cut Chalf, Se. cwt. Hay', ?5 15s pe- ton. Potatoes, £8 to £9 per to".
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 September 1864
While inviting communieat oni o1 any Current intereoing topic, we wi h it to to d stinct!y anderr staod thast we d rot bind ourselves to pub wdh ie'tr. No.i lot. however, will be rjePd. tl legibly written, unless iibellon', or too len?thl, f, or coumns; or unt rs i shall appear for o, other reasent that it would be man:festly Sgat the int- rests of our readers to insert it. It is requested that all letters intended t? publication, os forwarded to tLia offic? before 'r d.y on We !oned:y of / ach week. Rejected manus. ipt is not preserve3.
HEATHCOTE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 14th September, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 September 1864
HEATHCOTE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 14th September, 1864. Present-The Mayor, and Crs. Hay, Von-der-Luft, Morris, Hall, and Thomas. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. A letter was read from John Macgregor, Esq., M?.L.A., enclosing a note from Mr. Brough Smyth, stating that all the funds for the construction of reservoirs for the gold fields have been expended, and that the funds available at present are for re pairs only. From the Office of Public Works, asking for the plans of the new Town Hall and Court House. From the Town Clerk, Sandhurst, stating that the Sanldhurst Borough Council had made an application to Government for the use of the Camp reserve. The Council had been at the expense of removing some build ings, &c., and had been promised a -grant of the reserve; the promise had not, how ever, been fulfilled. The Town Clerk stated that no report had been received from the Inspector of Nuisances. APPOINTMIENT OF ?IANAGERS OF ...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 September 1864
Tax FLAT VICTOrlA CouPr.ay.-There I is some talk of getting up a theatrical en tertainment for the benefit of one of thea party who has lost a great portion of his money and all his confidence in mining, by the late failure of this once promising com pany. LECTUzE.-The next lecture in aid of the building fund of St. Andrew's Church, will be delivered by the Rev. J. Nish, of Sandhurst, on Wednesday next, the 21st of September. We understand that the Rev. gentleman has recently delivered his lecture on Nineveh, to large and delighted audien ces at Sandhurst. THE NEw COURT lOUSE.-The fittings for the new Court louase will arrive in a few days, and will cost about £200, which will leave £600 to be expended in making additions and in finishing the front. THE AxCIrET O.DER OF Dnuls.-: We hear that it is the intention of some gentle men to make an effort to establish it lodge of this ancient order at Heathcote& We think it would be as well if those whb wish to join a benefit societ...
WHROO. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 September 1864
WHROO. (Fronm our own Correspondent.) Alluvial miiiing is still very dull. It was reported that some Chinese puddlers in the main gully found a nugget which weighed 2 dwvts. 3 grains. Mr. Arthur Henry Scratchgravel, the well-known alluvial miner, is sinking a new shaft on his cleim at " Growler's Point." He is now down about 75 inches, and ex pects to " bottom" next week, when I will let you know the result; The sinking is rather stiff, andi Mr.. Scratchgravel expects to "go" at least 200 inches. Last week there was a s nail rush to Butcher's Flat, which, I am informed, resulted from the fact that some one had lost half a sovereign there. Messrs. Lawson & Garrock are progress ing with the erection of their engine, which will, when completed, give a great im petus to quartz miring, as the enterprising pr:prietors intend crushing for nothing; and then the whole of the tradesmen will have to remove their places of business, as every one of them occupy -ground that would pay han...
HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. Tuesday, 13th September, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 September 1864
H?EATHCOTE HOSPITAL. Tuesday, 13th September, 1S 34. Present--Tlhe Chairman (MIr. Hay), and Messrs. Hogarth, Crowle, Von-der-Luft, and the Hon. Secretary, Mr. Adams. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The Secretary said that he had spoken to Mr. Sutherland on the subject of making a tour with a company of theatricals, and he said he would be very happy to do so when he could form a company, which he anticipates he will be able to do shortly. The Chairman stated that a letter had been received from Mr. Pinder, containing his resignation as Collector. FI2NANCE. The following accounts were passed for payment: Salary, Cockey ... ... £10 0 0 ,, G. Heath ...... 4 6 6 M. O'Dwyer ... 2 10 0 Provisions, Moore & Co.. 2. 7 0 Milk, H. Clarke ...... 1.16 0 Butter and eggs, S. Dove 2 0 0 Bread, W. Stephens .... 4 14 0 Groceries, H. Hodgson... 6 7 6 Meat, C. Sharman 7... 13 0 Miscellaneous, F. Cockey 12 6 H. Hodgson 11 6 A dvertising, A'IrorTinmes 1 0 0 iled. comn...
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 September 1864
NOTICES. S APPROACHING MEETINGS. - MIunicpral Council. - In the Town Hall, at half-past 6 p.m., on Wednesday, September 28. Heathcote District Road Board.-Road Board Office, at 1 p.m., on Tuesday, September 20. HospitaL--In the Committee Room, on Tuesday, October -11, at 8 p.m. Mechanic Institute.--In the Commhittee Room; at' half-past 8 p.m.,- on Monday, September 19. r .anagers of the Heathcote Towns and Gold-.lelds Conmmon.---At the Town Hall, on Tuesday, November 1; - Masonic Lodge.--In the Lodge, at S p.m., on Friday, November 4. Odd Fellows' Lodge.-Tn the Lodge Room, Victoria Hotel, on Wednesday, September 21, at half-past 7 p.m.
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES ARE AUTHORISED TO BE TRANSMITTED IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 September 1864
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS U3O5R WEHIGH TELEGE&PRITC 55ISAGES ARE Atr?tORISED TO BE TRA?SMITTED La VICTOEIA. .1. To lessen as much as poasible any liability to earorin the transmission-of 3fessages fronerdefec* tie manusncript, it is deeirabte that the use of Figures should beavoided, and that words" at lengtkrbe substituted; and the public, in using, the Electric Telegraph;are requepted to be particular in giving a full and correct address to every 3 es sage,:so that the least possible delay in delivery mar occur. 2. Messages wil'be transmitted in the order of their reception, and no precedence will be allowed, except for spec al despatches on.the service. of the Government, the arrest of criminals,, and in cases of pres-ing emergency, sickness, or death. 3. All Messages will be held strictly confdentiaL 4.;I'tayment of Charges in advance will be re quired, except for Replies to Interrogatory Mes sages. on which- the sender. may have written the. word? "...