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POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 October 1864
POST OFFICE NOTICE. The following Notice, relating to Newepspers wider the new Post Office Act, is posted at tl e Post Offce, Heathcote, fur .lth information of the public: On andafterthe 2nd Angwt, Ntwspapers, rosted in lVictoria, must have the words " Nv.wspA-r.a OxiLY" visible and legible on the outside or wrapper the.cof, and mast in other reslects ba (osted in cotfin)mity with the ,*quirements of the 13th Cl.use of the Act 27 Victodi,, No. 226, a copy uf vhbch is mubjoined, or they wi!l ba liable to he de t.tylrd and otherwiAedalt with, according ti Liw. " 13.-Every towc, country, or foreign news. paptr shall besent without a cover, or in a cover op n at both endi, with the words '"NEWSPAPEF Os.?r," olaced on sach 'nwoEpp r cr cover. atd it shall be f?lied in much a canner as that the wo ds a'nresaid shall te vi-ible and legible; and there s all not be in or n0on any auch rewsp per, cr the c .ver thereof, any communication: thdractor, figure, letter, or numler (other than a lir...
REDCASTLE POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 12th October, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 October 1864
REDCASTLE POLIiCE COURT. . Wednesday, 12th October, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and & Robertson, JP.) Debt.-- 1 138s. 7d. W. Downie q. James Smith. Dismissed. Debt.--4 2s. 24.d. W. Downie v. Alexander Hamilton. Dismissed. Revenue Detective Mullen v. James M'Kee.-Defendanc was charged with having in his possession for sale, withoout a license, spirituous and fermented liquors. Liquor seized and confiscated, with 81s. costs. A similar complaint was preferred against Robert Jones. The same decision as in the former case, with 36s. costs. R. M. Thomson was also charged with the same offence. The case broke down and was accordingly dismissed.
Tuesday, 11th October, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 October 1864
Tuesday, 1 1th October, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.3J.) Debt.--.2 7s. 10d. Jo4n Grant v. II. Stephenson. Mr. Millett, for defendant, pleaded not indebted. His client had been sued as manager and shareholder of the Vzctoria Flat Gold Mining Company, and hie re quested complain;mnt to elect whether he would sue defendannt as manager or as a sharebholder. Complainant elected to sue hini as a shareholder. The sum sought to be recovered was for goods supplied to the Victoria Flat Com pany through one of their managers. Mr. Sutherland proved that complain ant's account had been passed for pay ment. Mr. 3Iillett said there never was a Victoria Flat Company, and defied de fendant to prove that such ever did exist, Defendant could not prcve the existence of the Company, but he could prove that he had done work for what, was called tas ,Victoria Fiat Company. The ease was dismissed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 October 1864
Fua-hion; Comfort, and Tahriaity Com blne dwith Ckheapness, in all Aniclee of Lad'ies and Gentlemen's Attire I D. KEEE, ristol Hoose, to in _ form his numerous customers, that he is now receiving his first purchases of SPRING & S[UMMER GOODS, Consisting of Drapery !. Millinery ! 'Gentlemen's Clothing! Boots and Shoes! &e., &c.; &k., Which he is .eparedto offer 2at prices, which when compared with the quality of the article, are sure to give general satis faction.. 8083 TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT BENE F I T op I GODFREPY DOUGLASS, AN D D 'F A IL YI ! GRAND CONCERT, HEATHCOTE HOTEL. ASK FOR THE NEFW PAPER, THE "AIJSTRALASIAN," The Largest and Best Published I II. H O D G S O0 N, e for. Heatheote. 79 82 2
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Monday, 10th October, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 October 1864
IUEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. 3onday, IOth October, 1864. (Before MIr. Willoby, P.3I.) John Jones was charged wibth besig drunk on Sounday. Fined 10s., or 24 hours' imprisonmetr. John Jones was further chnrged wimih ulsing abusive language to John Boyse. Fined 20s., or twCo daLys' imprisonment. Mr. lilletr, made application for a cer· tificate for a special temporary publican's license for Stepheu Jasper, at the Wild Duck Rush. Granteld.
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 October 1864
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS.., * i3unipaJl Concil. - In' te Town Hall, at half-past 6 p.m., on Wednesday, October 26. Heathcote Dishirt Road Board.-Road Board Ofice, at 12 noon, on Tuesday, November 1. Hospital.-In the Committee Room, on Tuesday, October 11, at 8 p.m. Mechanics Institute.-In the Committee Room, at half-past 8 p.m., on Monday, October 24. Maanagers of the Heathcote Town and Gold-fields Commons.-At the Town Hall, on Tuesday, November 1. Masonic Lodge.-In the Lodge, at 8 p.m., on Friday, November 4. Odd Fellows' Lodge.-Tn the Lodge Room, Victoria Hotel, on Wednesday, October 19, at half-past 7 p.m. Me CIyxy I te. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY. FRIDAY- OCTnWRR 14. 1864.
HEATHCOTE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 12th October, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 October 1864
BEATHCOTE BOROUGH COUNCiL, Wednesday, 12th October, 1864 Present-The M[ayor, and Crs4. Hall, Morris, Grant, Thomas, Von-d-" luft, Field and Tierney. "er. 3lIN UTES. The minutes of the previous maeet were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDLENCE. A letter from the Town Clerk, Sand. hurst, was read, stating that the Sand. hurst Borough Counc;l are willing too. operate with the Council in an endeavou to obtain telegraphic communication b tween 1eathcote and Sandhurst. A long discussion took place on the sub. ject of a public park or recreation grou, and the further consideration, of the matter was postponed till next meeting. The Engineer produced plans and speei fications for the box drain and hand raib, for wh'ich tenders had been invited, aad the following tenders were opened-.. WV. Outerson, & Co ... £19 190 0 H. Branscombe,......... 2 0 0 24. Grundy, •... ...... 27 10 0 Bell& Flea ... ..... 23 2 0 W. Oaterson, & Co. ... 23 9 0 In answer to a question by Cr. Hay....
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 October 1864
Fon the first time under the present Con stitution has the election of a Parliamentary representative for the district of Rodney passed off without a contest. This, under the present circumstances, is a matter for earnest congratulation, inasmuch as it re salted not from apathy on the part of the electors. No decay of public spirit has taken place. The same lively interest is taken in the politics of the country as formerly, by the people of this district. Mr. Macgregor has been elected without opposition simply because there was no party opposed to him suficiently strong to hold out the faintest hopes of defeating him. The powerful opposition to his first election made hissuccess a victory of no mean im portance, and his constancy, fidelity, and attention to Parliamentary duties, has com pleted that victory. He has made friends of his enemies, or rather opponents, without incurring the pretty general risk of losing his old friends and'supporters. To such an ertent has he found favo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 October 1864
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. EATHCOTE HOTEL, High street, Heatheote --JAMES BAY, proprietor. SEVEICOTE FLOUR MILL, Jenning Sstreet.9 91t .LTIES CROWLE, Builder and Undertaker next Oriental Bank; Heathcote. '1RS KING Milliner and lraper, Alma House vJ, High street, Heathcote 79 01 IVOR TIMES office, next Dr. RoEinson, i street, Heathcote. BlILIP ORLEMAN,. Buitder and Contractor, Buntley, near Sandhurst. HOAS; CRAVEN, Storekeeper, Wine and Spirit lerchant, nearly opposite Telegraph aennd Post oflices, Heatheote. rmRITE BRITON HOTEL, Caledonia Gully. _ Good secommoedation for man and horse. ~First-c' as w nes, spirits, and malt liquors. S'ephen Japer, Proprietor. 72 84 H . ALSOP, Professional Accountant, W ," Auctioneer, and Agent, High Street, leathicote. 75 87 H. R. WAY, A UC TIONE E R, Appraiser, and General Commission Agent, R U SHWO RTIH. 73 to [UAIRNS, WILSON, and AMOS, C:rron ran Yard. 74, Fiinders-lone east; Carrron Iron lIolling Mills, Dudley Street west, importers of, andl tradlers in...
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 October 1864
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARBIraL AND DEPARFURE OF THE MllS. The limts appointed for the arrivalnd depar tore of the Blaias in Heathiore f~r 1864, are as under:- From Melhourne, S'ndhurst, Wild Duck Crek, and Axedsle daily, Mnday excepted. at 5 a.m. Clo es for despatch daily, Sunday excepted, at I p.m. From Gorterfi.d, Redastle, Wh?oo, Rushwor:h ana Mar-chson, tevery Monday. Wednesday, and Friday,v at 2 p.m. Cloees f~r despn.eh on Mon day,'Wedesdlay, and Fliday, at 6 p.m. From Kilmnse and Pyalong, every Moday, Wednesday, ad dPlay,. -at 530p.m. (?l ses for derspatch every Montay, Wednesday, and Friday, From Kynrton, Mia Mlia, a-d-Barfold every iu-s.l?, .Thuriday, and Satu-dav at 8.30 p.mn. Cl see isr deap rtes for Me~bonree aa Kyneron, Bzrfrrd. and Mia Mia on M[onday. Wednesday, a d Friday, at 2 p.m. Peceivi?n Boxes-3fr - .s-r. snlz;n-ereet Ciered d.5.y, Sunday exeep'e4, at 12.45 p.m. Mr. Renwick's, Arryle Gully. Cleared daily, Sunday recepted. at 12.45 p.m. Post Office oen daily, Sard...
HEATHCOTE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 October 1864
HEATUCOTE MARKETS. The Wholesale Priceq are as follows Best silk-lres-ei F!ur, £27- per too. Wheat, ls. 64. er brsheL Seed Wheat. 12s. Cd. ditto. P.,llard, 2. ditto. Bran, Is. 10d. ditt,. O's [Colonial], 4s. 64. ditto. Pri. ee saed ritto. 5s. 6&. ditto. Beat cut Chaff, 8.. wt. Ray, f5 15 por ton. Potatoes, £8 to £9 perton.
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 October 1864
AMERICA. August 12th.-The reported capture of Atlanta by Sherman is untrue. Johnston, commanding the Confederates at that city, has been superseded by Hood. The Confederates assaulted Sherman's Sposition, but were beaten back. The attempted peace negotiations have been abruptly terminated, Lincoln having stated that he would only negotiate upon terms of restoration, and the abandonment of slavery. The Federals before Petersburg suffered severely. After springing a mine and taking the outerworks, they were repulsed with a loss of nearly 10,000. The Confederates made another raid into the Northern States. A large force is collecting at Shenandoah Valley. The Federal Fleet, after a desperate en gagement with Fort Morgan and the Con federate Fleet, entered Mobile harbour. The Confederate Admiral was taken prisoner. One Fort has been evacuated and another surrendered to the Federals, through treachery. An enthusiastic Mass meeting has been held in Newr York, advocating the nomina tion of...
CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 October 1864
CONTINENTAZL. An Armistice has been arranged at v'a t, ( trV ~LziUt in s1 weelis noltice by either party. The basis of the negotiations include the unreserved cession of Schlegwig Holstein and Lanenburg. The King of Denmark lamented the soverity of the hursh terms, imposed by a saperior force, when abandoned by ah Europe. The last chief of the Polish insurrections has been executed with four others. Serious disturbances have taken place at Geneva.
FATAL MINING ACCIDENT AT REDCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 October 1864
FATAL 2I1NING ACCIDENT AT REDCASTLE. On Monday evening last, about 8 o'clock, two men named James Barnden and Charles Harvey, met with a frightful accident, by which Barndon lost his life, while his mate Harvey sustained very serious injuries, in cluding a fractured leg. The two men were on the night shift, and alone, in the mine lknown as the " Hit or Miss." They were engaged putting in a heavy blast, and as they were raming the first lot of tamping, the shot exploded, and produced the fright ful results described. After the explosion, the survivor, who retained his presence of mind notwithstanding the severe injuries he had sustained, asked his mate if he 'ras hurt, but the only answer was a slight groan. Harvey then manm:aged to climb up about ten feet, to get into a drive leading to the main shaft, andl in making his way with his broken leg. he, it mzay be imagined, er perienced great difficulty ; he had to pass the edge ofa blind shaft where there was but little room for a man ...
ARRIVAL OF THE MADRAS, WITH THE AUGUST ENGLISH MAILS TIMES OFFICE, Wednesday, 11 o'clock, a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 14 October 1864
ARRIVAL OF THE MAD RA S, WITH THE AUGUST ENGLISH MAILS (By EledTr Telegrap}h) [PER GOBEVL LE AND BIRD, REUTE?'S AGENTS.] T• tES OFFICE, Wiednesday, 11 o'clock, a.m. [A portion of the following telegraphic snummary of English news was circulated on Wednesday through the Borough of Heath cote.] Serious riots took place in Dublin, on the 12th August, arising out of a demonstra tion in memory of O'Connell. Fierce riots also broke out in Belfast between the Orangemen and Roman Catholics, which lasted for a fortnight. The moh broke into gunsmiths' shops, and armed themselves for street battles, sixty persons were killed, and 200 received gunmshot wounds. At last, with the assistance of 5,000 troops, the constabulary, and special constables, the magistrates were enabled to quell this dis graceful sectarian disturbance. Serious party disturbances have taken place at Londonderry and Dundalk. A Company propose laying a Telegraph Cable between R-angoon and Singapore. The House of Lords have de...