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GARDENERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDER. OCTOBER. [October in Australia corresponds to April in Great Britain.] [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 30 September 1864
GARDENERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDER. OCTOBER. [October in Australia corresponds to April in Great Britain.] KITCHEN GARDEN.-If September has been very wet much will have been left to be done on heavy soils in October, but ad vantage should at once be taken to bring up arrears, as the summer will shortly be upon us. In putting in any crops now, no green manure should be used, it would in crease the liability of the roots being de prived of moisture early in the season. All manure, at this season, should be w&ll de cayed, and cow, or sheep's dung, or guano, is mr:st desirable. Carrots and Parsnips.-Thin out to about two inches apart at first, and when they ha've grown a little, and may be used in soup, &c., thin out about five or six inches apart. Beet.-Thin out, and in wet weather plant out if necessary ; sow again for a succession. Salsfy.-Scorzenara and Chicory should also be thinned. Keep the hoe going amongst all growing crops, not merely to kill the weeds, but to st...
PROPOSED NEW NEWSPAPER AT KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 30 September 1864
PROPOSED NEW NEWSPAPER AT KILMORE. A section of the Roman Catholics of this district are determined, if they can, to punish us for exposing the doings of two or three of their number in stuffing the electo ral rolls, in July last. The Sunday or Sunday but one after the article appeared in this journal exposing the "roll-stuffing" transactions, at the conclusion of the morn ing mass at the Roman Catholic Chapel it was announced from the altar, by the offici ating Priest, that a meeting would be held, and a few of the more influential men were requested to stop behind. At the meeting it was resolved that an attempt should be made to get up another newspaper in the town. Committee meetings have been held in the school-room adjoining the Church, after mass, on most Sundays since, and the district has been thoroughly canvassed for contributions in aid of the new journal, the contributors being promised shares. In the course of seven or eight weeks subscriptions to the extent of from £80 ...
MAKING IT A CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 30 September 1864
MAKING IT A CAUTION. To begin a tale, such as the one I have to relate, effectively, I know it 'is not necessary to enter into a very minuits ac count of what has happened to me since I left the cradle; nor is it necessary to tell the exact age of the moon, when this unfortunate speculator in the great under taking recently commenced, and more recently broken up, by the Company known by the popular title of the Victorian Flats, was born. Yet it may serve as a warning to men who are the unfortunato victims of nn over-sanguine temperament, if I recount a tfw of the dnzzling.temptations which I have withstood in this golden colony to fall, alas, a prey to the blandishments of the late manager of the once promising Company of Victorian Flats. Were I not to place my experience of /t6 world before my readers, in this humble attempt to set up a beacon to warn others from the danger of trusting too much to excessively clever fellows, who can " manage" anything, from a I donky cart to a bank...
THE HEALES MONUMENT FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 30 September 1864
THE IIEALES MIONUMEIdTe FUND. Mr. Thomas received the tollowing letter relative to the time of closing the subscrip tion lists. Te hope the expectations of the Committee will be realised. We beg to remind the admirers of political honesty that disgrace attends a failure. 112, Russell Street, Melbourne, September 24th, 1886. Dear Sir,-In answer to your communi cation of the the 25th August, I have to inform you that the Committee of the loeales Monument Fund have decided to close the lists on the 31st Deceoher next. The Committee expect a good round sum as the result of the labours of the HIeathcote Committe. I have the honor to be,. * Dear Sir, Yours faithfully, JOSEPH GOODE, Hon. Secretary. Mr. H. Thomas.
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. Monday, 26th September, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 30 September 1864
IMECHANICS' INSTITUTE. S3[onilay, 26th September, 1864. SPresent-The Rev. T. Budd, in the hair, and Messrs. Crowle, Whylie, 2M'Innes, Stubbs, Brooks, Adams, and Thomas. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meeting ,wele read and confirmed. Mr. Crowle said he had handed over to the Secretary the specifications of the work required at the Institute. The Secretary said he had forwarded them to the landlord, Mr. Matheson. The Chairman asked if the Library Com mittee had handed over the books to the Librarian. The Librarian said they had not done so. Mr. Stubbs said he considered the Library Committee much to blame for having neglected their duty. The Chairman said we can do nothing in the matter, it rests solely with the Librarv Committee. Mr. Stubbs, in accordance with a notice given at the last meeting. moved-" That subscriptions be paid in advance, and that after one month from the time the sub scription becomes due, the party neglecting to pay up, be debarred from the privileges of ...
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 30 September 1864
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEET"INGS. Munmio:al Cuncil. - In the' Town Hall, at half-past 6 p.m., on Wednesday, October 12. Heathcote District Road Board.-Road Board Office, at 1 p.m., on Tuesday, October 4. Hospita.-In the Committee Room, on Tuesday, October 11, at 8 p.m. Afechanics Institute.--n the Committee Room, at half-past 8 p.m., on .Monday, October 10. Managers of the Heathcote Town and Gold-fields Commons.-At the Town Hall, on Tuesday, October 4. Mlasonic Lodge.-In the Lodge, at 8 p.m., on Friday, October 7. Odd Fellows' Lodge.-In the Lodge Room, Victoria Hotel, on Wednesday, October 4, at half-past 7 p.m,
HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. Tuesday, 27th September, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 30 September 1864
HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. Tuesday, 27th September, 1864. Special meeting of the Committee cailed by circular, to take such steps with regard to the appointment of a Collector as miigh be deemed necessary. Present--The Chairman (Mr Hay) ad Messrs.. C owle, Hall, Christie, Cunninghan Carkeer, Tierney, Hogarth, Walker, an' the Hon. Sec., Mr. Adams. The Chairman stated that a letter had been received from Mr. Hughes,. statirl that circumstances*had transpired which. rendered is necessary for him to resign his appointment as collector. Several members of Committee were o opinion thit it was highly necessary that another Coilector should be appointed im mediately. The Chairman said there are now two applications in, one from Mr. Alsop, and the other from Mr. Rogerson. C Mr. Carkeet said that Mr. M'Credie ad stated that he would accept the apipOi"c ment, and I know he would act if ap" pointed, he would have sent in a written application if he had known that it would have been considered to-night...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 30 September 1864
TTEATHCOTE i K -' e , ea\thcote -J -JAMES . Ii EATHCOTE H street. X;AES CROWLE, Builder A, J next Oriental Bank, Heathco.' -n RS KING Milliner and Dra. B ( l High street, Heathcote VTelVOR TIUES office, next Dr. Robinson, High street, Heathcote. P9ILIP ORLEMAN, Bui'der and Contractor, Huntley, near Sandhurst. TplOMAS CRAVUEN, Storekeeper, Wino and SSpirit Merchant, nearly opposite Telegraph and Post offices, Heathcote. rTRUE BRITON HOTEL, Caledonia Gully. Good accommodation for man and horse. First-c'ass w'nes, spirits, and malt liquors. Stephen Jasper, Proprietor. 72 84 WT H. ALSOP, Professional Accountant, . Auctioneer, and Agent, High Street, Ileatheote. 75 87 H. R. WAY, A UCTIONE ER, Appraiser, and General Commission Agent, RUSHWORTH. 73t 73 tc C AIRNS, WILSON, and AMOS, Carron Iron Yard, 74, Fiindera-lane east; Carron Iron Rolling Mills, Dudley Street west, importers of, and traders in Engines, herizontal and beam; Cornish boilers Engine and boiler mountings; weighbridges Lifti...
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 30 September 1864
POST OFFICE, HFATHCOTE. AB3IVAL AND DEPATUREBE OF THE 3MAILS. Tie tint appointed for the snivat and drpar tere to the mati in Eeatho?ue f r 1864, are as under: From Slelbowne, Sarahurst, Wild Duck Cr- ek, and Axedsle daily. M.tnday excepted. at 5 a.m. CIores for reepatch daily, Sunday excepted, at 1 p.m. I 'om Gorterfi ld, Redcatle. WLroo, Ruashor h and 3aochison, ivery Monday. Wednesday, ani Fri!ay. at 2 p.m. Ulotes f,.r despatch on Mon day, Wedresday, and Fiday, at 6 p.m. From Kilm.ne and Pyahng, every Mseaday, Wednesday, and F. iday, at 530 p.m. Cl ses for despatch aety lIon ay, Wednesday, and Friday, at 6 p.m. From ?n, ton, Ma MJia, a d Barfold every Tuesadry, ibarday, and Satn.day at 8.30 p.m. Closea, r despatch for Metlsmrne, via Kyneron, Barford. and lia 311a on Monday, Weds.oedy, and Friday, at 2 p.m. Baeeivsi Boxes-Mr. J. Dorgall's Hi.h-street Cleared dai.y, Sunday excep'ed, at 12.45 p.m. Mr. Renwick's, Argyle Gu'ly. Cleared daiy., Sunday ,xcep'ed, at 12.45 p.m. Post Offcr ...
MAGISTERIAL ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 30 September 1864
:tAGISTERIAL ENQUIRY. An enquiry was held. at the Heathcote Hospital on Thursday, the 29th September, by Mr. E. Field, J.P., as to the cause of the death of James Davis. William M'Donald, sworn, said-I anm a labourer, living at the Mia-Mia; I do not know the name of deceased, who was burnt on Sunday last; I was at the bar of the inn when I heard some one call out in the kitchen ; I ran in as quick as I could,. and I saw a man in the fire; I pulled him out as quickly as I could; I never saw. him till a little before sundown that day, in the stable ; I don't know whether be was intoxicated, he was laying down in-the stable; when I took him off the fire Itore his shirt off as quick as I could ; he wais mucruh burnt in the back ; I left the kitchen soon after;. Mr. Westblade and others were then with deceased. By MIr. Fiehl-The man was not sensibl, when. I pulled him off the fire. Charles Preston, a groom at the Mia Mia, said-On Sunday last I followed the last witness out of the bar int...
HEATHCOTE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 28th September, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 30 September 1864
HiEATHCOTE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 28th Sertember, 1804. Present-The Mayor, and Crs. Flay, Hall, Grant, Morris, Thomas, Field, and Von-der-Luft. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCZ. A letter was read from Mr. Macgregor. stating that he would see the Chief Secre tary on the subject of telegraphic extension to Sandhurst, when he arrived in town. A long discussion took place on the subject of public parks and recreation grounds, and on the best means to adopt for providing HIIeathcote with something of the kind. Cr. Hall proposed-" That the matter stand over till next meeting." Seconded by Cr. Hay and carried. Cr. Grant said he thought the Council should urge on the Government the neces sity of erecting a proper fence along the front of the Camp reserve, as the present unsightly and dilapidated paddock fence is a disgrace to the Borough. The Mavor was asked to communicate with the Police Magistrate and the Super intendent of Police on the sub...
Monday, 26th September, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Dr. Robinson, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 30 September 1864
Jonday, 26th Septenmber, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M3., and Dr. Robinson, J.P.) Wages.--e4 s10. W. Peter v. II. R. Palling. Mr. 3Millett for defendant. Dismrissed. Illegal Detention of Property.-W. [Mackinrosh v. A. 11. R- Morris. Mr. MIillett for complainant, Mr. Adamson for defendant, who pleaded not guilty. William Mackintosh, sworn, said-I am a saddler, residing at Ileathcote; I re member the 19th of July last; I had then a conversat;on with 11r. Morris relative to filing my schedule; he suggested the pro priety of me handing over to his safe keep ing a number of articles, to be returned to me when I should start in business again; he said it would be a pity to be swallowed up by the official assignee. AMr. Morris and the groom came down that day to my shop; lie had a big sack in his hand; I took a lot of things out of the windows and put them in the sack, and Mr. Morris' groom took them away ; there were either four and a half or five pairs of spurs, worth ten shillings per ...
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 24th September, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 30 September 1864
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 24th September, 1864. (Before 3r. Willoby, P.L.) Larceny.-GeorgeLawder, aliasEdward Laurie, was charged with stealing a saddle from Rochester. The prisoner was re manded till Thursday, and will be for warded to Echuca for identification. Assault with Intent to commit a Rape. -Edward Dougherty surrendered to his bail, and in consequence of the unavoidable absence of Mr. Superintendent Wilson, the defendant was further remanded till to morrow, Saturday, October 1st. His bail was enlarged.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 30 September 1864
THE friends of Mr. O'Shanassy, at Kilmore, are either doubtful of the safety of his election in the, event of a contest, or they have become so acustomed to roll-stufing that they cannot forgo the pleasure they appear to derive from the disgraceful practice. The Examiner, hitheio the only journal in Kilmore, has always boldly taken up its proper position as the champion of public: justice. For some time past the Examiner has fearlessly denounced the scandalous practice of roll-stuffing, which. has been carried on in the most unblushing manner possible; at length it is to be punished (1) for its temerity; a new paper, is to be started in opposition, under the high sound ing moderately attractive, but not very original title of'the Kitmore Free Press, so called we believe, because the ostensible proprietor, Mr. Furze, obtains it free of charge, but here the freedon ends The source from which it springs is a guarantee that the freedom which will be advocated in its columns will be conf...