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POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 7 October 1864
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARBSIVAL a'D DEP A EUE OF THE SIMAS. 'he timtrs ppointed for the arrival a?n depar trre of the Mai-s in esathiote f r 1864, are as 5v'er: From Me'oourne, Stedhurst, Wild Duck Creek. and Axed:le dai y, MLnday excepted. at 5 a.m. C'lo es for despatch daily, Sunday excepted, at I p.m. From Costerfield, Redeartle. Whroo, Rushworib aca Mrchison, tvrry Monday, Weduesday, sad Friday..at 2 p.m. Closes fir despa'ch on Mon day, Wedcesduy, and Fliday, at 6 p.m. From Kilmore and Ppalong, every Ierday, WeeJneday, and Friday, at 530 p.m. Cl. ses for dersatch every Monway, Wednesday, and Friday, at 6 p.m. From m.nrton, Msla 3Iia, a-r Barfold every Tu-sdry, Thu?nday, and Saturday at 8.30 p.m. CIse. f r despatch for aelb.nr.., .. ? t yK m?, Parftrd. an Mt.. StIa C Monday, Wednesday, at Friday. at 2 p.rm. Receiving Boes-M3r. J. Doegall'e, Hiah-street Cleared d.aiy, Sunday excepted. at 12.45 p.m. 3Mr. Renwick's, Aryle Gully. Cleared daily, Sunday excep'e', at 12.45 p.m. Post Of...
HEATHCOTE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 7 October 1864
HEATHCOTE MARKETS. Th • Wholesale Prices are as fol'ows Best silk-rles el lcnur, £27 per toe. Wheat, 11s. 6d. Fer bcsheL Seed W heat. 12a.. d. citto. P.llud, 2F. difto. !hran, is. 10d. ditty. O ts [Colonial], 4s. 6'3. ditto. Pri, a seed oito, 5s. 6d. ditto. Best cut Chaff, &. ewt. Ilay, £ 154 per ton. roratoes, £8 to £9 per to=.
Tuesday, 4th October, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 7 October 1864
Tuesday, 4th October, 1864. * (Before Mr. Willoby, P.3.) Spurious Gold.-Thomas Moviand and Frank Willett were charged with obtain ing money under false pretences ft om Mhs. Birch, and also from Mrs. Spencer. Mr. Wilson asked for a remand till be. had sent for assay what appears to hbe copper filings, and which the prosecutors allege was sold to them by the prisoners for gold. The prisoners were remanded for eight days. Debt.-- 3 10s. 6d. Stephens v. Dick ason. No appearance of defendant. Or der for the amount, with 2s. 6,1. costs Police v. Robert 31'Brierty.-Delend ann was charged with cutting timber on. Crown lands without a license. Mr. Millett, who appeared for defendant, stated that he had been employed as the. servant of Mr. Branscomnbe, who was executing work under a contract with the. [Heathcote District Road Board, and that he had permission from the Board under the 235th clause of the Local Government Act to make use of any material on Crown lands for the purpose of carryin...
Monday, 3rd October, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Mr. Field, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 7 October 1864
Monday, 3rd October, 18-4. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.3M., and 3L. Field, J.P.) R. Laurie was charged with being druak on Saturday night, and in consequence of his having been in the lock-up since that time, he was discharged. Obtaininin Money under False Pretence. -Frank Willett and Thomas 31oyland were charged with obtaining money under false pretences, and were remanded till Tuesday. Assault with intent to commit a Rape. -James William Haves was charged with assaulting Sarah Wilson with intent to commit a rape. After hearing the evidence, the Bench directed the charge to be altered to one of indecent exposure, &c., and sentenced the prisoner to three months' imprisonment with hard labour. Dett.-;4 Os. 6d. Daniel Nicholson v. Peter Landz. No appearance of de fendant. Order for the amount, with 2s. Gd. costs. The case of Sangster v. Rogerson was further postponed till Thursday.
HEATHCOTE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, 4th October, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 7 October 1864
IIEATHCOTE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. - Tuesday, 4th October, 1864. Present-Mr. Matheson, in the chair, and Messrs. Cocks, Hayes, and Morris. The minutes of the previous meeting wvere read and confirmed. The Clerk read his communications to the Government offices, public bodies, &c. Letters from Mr. :Macgregor and the Roads and Bridges office, on the subject of proclaiming the district a Shire, were read. A letter from the Learmouth Shire office, asking the co-operation of the Board in getting up an anti-transportation movement. Several other letters read, including one from the 3Metcalfe Road Board, acknow ledging the receipt of .10, and intimaating that the action of the Heathcote Board is regarded as a piece of shuffling. ROBERTS' OBSTRUCTION I The Clerk said-" Roberts informed me that he intends to let the Bench fine him again. I gave him notice that unless he moved his fence he would be proceeded against. Ile said he would not move it 'The Board can take all I've got.' lHe to...
THE TRANSMIGRATION OF PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 7 October 1864
TIE TRANSMIGRATION OFP PLANTS. Bushequius, an Austrian, introduced the lilac and tulip into Western Europe from Turkey, in the sixteenth century. Clusius, a Belgian, brought the horse chesnut about the same time from the East. Pope,. the poet, introduced the weeping willow, by planting a slip he received from Smyrna. Within living memory the first orange tree was to be seen in Portugal, and which had been transplanted from the East. Plants indigenous to the steppes of Taitary are now flourishing in France, the first seeds of which came in the saddle stuffing of the Russsian troops who entered Paris in 1814 The Turkish armies left the seeds of Oriental wall plants on the ramparts of Buda "and Venice. lihe Canada thistle sprung up in Europe from a seed which dropped- two centuries ago out of the stuffed skin of a biud. In 1501, when St. Helena was first discovered, there were only 60 species of plants on the island; there are now 750. From the straw and grass packing of Thorwaldsen's ...
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 1st October, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Mr. Field, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 7 October 1864
HEATHCOTE POLICE COUT Saturday, 1st October, 184. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and 3I:. Field, J.P.) Edward Dougherty surrendered to hb bail on a charge of assault with intent to commit a rape, and was committed to trial at the next Court of General Sessions, to be held at Sandhurst. Bail was accepted. Debt.--£ 10s., for repairing a buggy William Sangster v. David Rogerson. Mr. Adamson for complainant, 31r Millett for defendant, who pleaded not indebted. Mr. Millett objected to the case bein, heard, as no correct bill of particulars had been rendered. The Bench admitted the validity ofthe objection, and adjourned the case till aon. day, to enable complainant to supply the defendant with a bill of particulars. Licensing Bench.-Publicans' Licenses were granted to John Connell, Daniel Foan and to E. Hlumphreys. Beer License were also granted to Margaret Spencer, S. Sexton, and Ellen Spencer.
HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. Monday, 3rd October, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 7 October 1864
HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. Monday, 3rd October, 1864. A special meeting of the Committee was called, in consequence of Mr. M'Credie re fusing to act as Collector to the institute, which rendered the appointment of another Collector necessary. Present-The Chairman, Mr. Hay, and Messrs. M'Innes, Walker, Carkeet, Dale, and Cunningham. air. Carkeet proposed--" That a sub committee be appointed, consisting of the Chairman, and Messrs. Hall, M'Innes, Walker, Adams, and the mover, for the purpose of making arrahngements for having the district canvassed for subscriptions." Seconded by Mr. Walker and carried. The subcommittee to meet at four o'clock on Tuesday, -
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 7 October 1864
NEW AnarrAL.-?Mr. George Horn has just arrived in Melbourne from Otago. KILuaOrE.-3Mr. Woodward, of the Kil more Examiner, will oblige by placing the Heathcote, Rushworth, and Whroo Mechan ics' Institutes on his free list. BUTLa?r's REEP.-This once celebrated reef is now holding out promises of splendid returns. The tributors have now on the grass a lot of stone which is expected to turn out 8 or 10 ozs. to the ton. THE ELECOT-Io.-In answer to numerous enquiries, we beg to state that 3Ir. Mac gregor will visit this district before the nomination, which takes place on the 13th inst. LECTURE.-The last but by no means least interesting lecture of the course in aid of the building fund of St. Andrew's Church, was delivered on Wednesday evening last by the Rev. Albert Stubbs. The Rev. T. Budd occupied the chair. The attendance was rather limited owing to the unfavourable state of the weather. Those who attended were amply repaid. "The means of ac quiring knowledge" were temptingly dis pl...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 7 October 1864
A REPORT of a meeting in the Argus of the 29th lnt., which was held at the offices of SMessrs. Beauchamp and Rocke, Collins street, proves the existence of an appalling amount of distress in and about Melbourne. . Every charitable institution is besieged by Slegions of sick and destitute people, who are turned away through want of room, as . well as want of means. We know that in an advanced state of r civilisation human wants are generally in t advance of the means of supplying them, and sometimes produce a sort of distress e much more apparent than real. There is Sno mistaking the real thing; and that real adistress should in ordinary times, without any particular predisposing causes, assume Sthe present gigantic and terrible form in SMelbourne, described by the speakers at Sthe meeting, is deplorable. The rapid in Screase of destitution is truly awful. " Mr. Greig, superintendent of the Im migrants' Aid Society, to show that the number of destitute persons is greatly on the incre...
UNITED TOWN AND GOLD-FIELD COMMONS. Tuesday, 4th October, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 7 October 1864
UNITED TOWN AND QOLD-IIELD COMMONS. "Tuesday, 4tit October, 1864, Present-The Chairman, Mr. Thomas, and Messrs. M'Kay, Bramble, Steedman, and Townsend. The Secretary read the minutes of the previous meeting, which were confirmed on the motion of Mr. Bramble, seconded by Mr. Mr. M'Kay. The Chairman stated that several per sons had declared their intention not to pay the assessment unless compelled to do so, and a long discussion arose as to the best means for enforcing payment. It was finally agreed,. on the motion of MIr. Steedman, seconded by Mr. M'Kay "'That as Mr. 1Macrregor is expected up. in a few days, a deputation, consisting of the Chairman and Messrs. Bramble, Townsend, and 3M'Kay, wait upon that gentleman and ask his advice upon the subject." The Chairman said the Herdsman hadi stated that Mir. Speed Is running his sheep up to Wattle Flat; and that he cites the decision of the Chief Justice in the case of the Queen v. Dallimore, and others, in justification. FINANCE. 'The ...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] Melbourne, Thursday 8 o'clock p.m. THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 7 October 1864
LATEST INTELLIGENxCE. " (By Electric Telegraph.) [PER GBEVILL AND BIED,.BEUTER'S AGENTS. Melbourne, Thursday 8 o'clock p.m. THE ELECTIONS. The following Members? have been elected for the districts named-Villiers & Heytes bury, Moffatt and Bayles; Dundas and Follett, Fairbairn; East Bourke, Cowell and. Sherwin; South Bourke, Smith and O'Grady; West' Bourke, Smith, Riddell; and King-; Evelyn, Thompson.. . The following returns are still incomplete but so far as known, they are as follows Dalbousio, Young; majority .of 29.; North Gipps Land, Pearson, majority of 16; Ripon' and :Hampden,. Longmore almost sure.
BILLIARD MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 October 1864
BILLIARD MATCR.-An exciting Bil liard match will be played at the Heath cote Hotel Billiard Saloon, on Tuesday evening next, at eight o'clock, between Mr. Hay, of the Heathcote Hotel, and Mr. Rogerson, who will receive 150 points out of 500. The stakes amount to. £4. THE HEATHCOTE HosPrrAL.-Our con temporary withheld the report of the Hospi tal meeting throngh want of space (4) in another column we have managed to make room for it, it will probably suggest another reason beside want of space for not pub lishing it.
MAKING IT A CAUTION. (Continued from our last.) THE DAWN OF REASON. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 October 1864
MAKING IT A CAUTION. By an nnfortunate Shareholder in the late Company of Victorian Flats. (Continbued from our Zast.) THE DAWN OF aEASON. When a man reaches the climax of folly he very often catches a faint glimpse of reason, too faint, alas, in many instances, to be of service in showing the path of escape from ridicule and mortification. When a man fancies that his importance is so great that his death would interfere with the diurnal motion of the earth, or that the failure of a pet scheme in which he happened to be engaged would produce a disastrous thunderstorm, he may, with some reason, be said to be " far gone." But so it was with me. I had begun to fancy that the happiness of the whole human race depended on the success of the Victoria Flats. I purchased six copies of the Ai'Iror Noose, as it is popu larly calkUd, containing an account of that highly lucrative concern in prospective, the Flat Victoria Company. I carefully directed-them to my friends at home, and, of course,...
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. Monday, 10th October, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 October 1864
M.ECHLANICS' INSTITUTE. 3Monday, 10th October, 1864. Present---The Rev. Mr. Budd (in the chair), and Messrs. Crowle, Cleiland, Whylie, Brookes,Lawson, Furze, and the Rev. Mr. Stubbs. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. A letter from the Librarian was read. complainin, of the state of the building, andl asking the Committee to urge on Mr. Iatheson the necessity of having the re quired repairs executed. The Chairman asked if the sub-com mittee had any report to make on the subject. Mr. Crowle said he could not make a report; the affair was in the hands of the Stecretary, but Mr. Matheson had said that he would not incur any expense exceeding £8. He had put in a tender for the works specified and advertised, for £15. Several persons said they would not do it for less than £20. No tender was accepted. The Chairmansaid-" I think we can do nothing in the' matter till we get a oritten statement from Matheson.'" Several members of Committee said '' But suppose he do...
MR. MACGREGOR'S MEETING AT HEATHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 October 1864
MUR. MACGREGOR'S MEETING AT HEATHCOTE. In accordance with a notice Mr. Mac gregor met the electors of Rodney resi dent at Heathcote, last night, at tile Heathcote Hotel. The Concert Hall was comnfortably filled. The chair was occu pied by Mr. Youle, who, after eulogisio?g the past conduct of Mr. Mfacgregor, in traduced him to his audience. IMr. Macgregor, anter reverting to the compliment paid to him by his constitu ents in returning him without opposition, continued to review his past conduct, which had evidently given the fullest satis fection to those most interested. He re vie 'ed the Ministerial policy, as enunciated by the speeches of the Chief Secretary and other Ministers. He pointed out the Lenefits of portions of their policy, and expressed himself willing to go further than Ministers propose in dealing with the reformation of the Upper House. Hie would give the Governor lower to dissolve that House, or to increase the number of members. He acknowledged himself in favor of...
RODNEY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 October 1864
RODNEY ELECTION. At 12 o'clock yesterday, the Returning Officer, Dr. Robinson, attended at the Town Hall, Heanthcote, and stated to those assembled there that, by virtue of writ issued by his Excellency the Governor Sunder the Seal of the Colony, he had, in accordance with the provlslons of the Electoral Act, appointed a time and place for receiving nominations. He said a' Only one gentleman has been nominated -$Mr. John Macgregoor. That gentleman has complied with the AcBt, and it is there fore my duty to declare Mr. John Mac gregor duly elected to serve as a Member of the Legislative Assembly for the Electoral District of Rodney." Loud applause. JIr. Macgregor thanked the electors for the mark of confidence expressed by his u nopposed return to Parliament. Mr. SIaCgaregor addressed those present at some length, and said that he felt boundl by his former promise that he would not Sretain his seat if he forfeited the confidence of those whom he represents. ~ Mr. Macgregor was loudly...