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NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 21 October 1864
NNOTICES. APPROACHING MfEETINGOS. - Munic.paI Council. - In the.' Town Hall, at half-past 6 p.m., on Wednesday, October 26. Heathcote Distrf?i Road Board.-Road Board Office, at 12 noon, on Tuesday, November 1. HospitaL--In the Committee Room, on Tuesday, 1ovember 8, at 8 p.m. - Mechanics' Inatitute.-In the Committee Room, at half-past 8 p.m., on Monday, October 24.. Managers of the Heathcote Town. and Gold-fiehds 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.-In the Lodge Room, Victoria Hotel, on Wednesday, November 2, at half-past 7 p.m./
GARDENERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDER. OCTOBER. [October in Australia corresponds to April in Great Britain.] [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 21 October 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 suils in October, but ad vantage should at once be taken to bring up arriars, 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 well de cayed, and cow, or sheep's dung, or guano, is monst desirable. C'arrots and Parsnipe.-Thin out to about two inches apart at first, and when they have grown a little, and may be used in soup, &c., thin out about five or six inches apart. Bcet.--Thin out, and in wet weather plant out if necessary; sow again for a succession. Salify: --Scorzenara and Chicory should also be thinned. Keep the hoe going amongst all growing crops, not merely to kill the weeds, but to sti...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 21 October 1864
SPEOMISES are proverbially fragile, and,, if L we may judge from tho past, the promises of candidates for legislative honors in Vic toria are particularly liable to fracture through coming in violent contact with, the - interest or prejudices of those whp'make them. Experience has taught us that hopes founded on the promises of reform from Sthose who have always set themselves in Sopposition to reforms are mere fallacies. S"But such is life." 'The greatest tyrants awhen cowed make the best slaves. Those Smen who were the first to welcome a chance -to throw out the Heales 'Ministry and upset the occupation license system, were loudest on the hustings in declaring themselves t supporters of that Ministry. And we find, in the elections for the Upper House, those who were foremost in the ranks of obstruc tion ; those who would not hear of reform, or anything, in fact, but the advancement of their own interests, are now among the professed reformers of the day-not from Srespect to public...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 21 October 1864
IYPOUITDIBIGS. SEATHCOTE.-Impounded at Heatheo'e. l1th October, 1864, by W. H. and J. H. Robert son, E-qrs.-Trespass Is. each. 297 Bay horse, small star, switch tail, AC near neck 293 Grey horee, lame in near fore foot. B near shou'der 299 Chesnut draught horsw, snip, L near shonlder If no: claimed and expenses paid, to be add on 16th November, 1864. JOHNi HAMIILTON, Pounedeeper. -AN&EFIELD -Impounded at Liune field, 13 h Octeb r, 1864 ty Mr. Charles Ve nell. Tres a s 6d. ea h. 523 Bay fi ly. star awl stripe down the frce, Icng ta??' PM off h'.u der 524 Bay f ly. ehire stripe down the forebead, long ta:l, P.I iff shout.'er If not ch!imed and expenses paid, to le sold on 16th November, 1864 A. AAD.I AN, Pourdk eper. NOTICE. L ANCEFIELD.-No. 501, bay filly foal, snip on nose, like 31 near should r, advertised as impounded on the 29th Se,,teaob-r, 1864, now shows M near rump, in edlition, and will be sold en the 2nl Noveasb r, 1864 A. 1IADIGAN, P. undkeep-r. 4 XE CREElK.-Impoun...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 21 October 1864
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. t EATHCOTE HOTEL, High street, Heathcote --JAMES HAY, proprietor. E~THCOTE FLOUR MILL, Jenning street. t,: 79 91 ~1AMES CROWLE, Builder and Undertaker next Oriental Bank, Heathcotc. RS KING Milliner and Draper, Alma House High street,.Heathcote 79 91 IVlYOR TIMES office, next Dr. Robinson, High street, Heathcote. SHILIP ORLEIhAN, Builder and Contractor, Huntley, near Sandhurst. j HO3IAS CRAVEN, Storekeeper, Wine and i Spirit Merchant, nearly opposite Telegraph sd Post offices, Heathcote. ; RUE BRITON HOTEL, Caledonia Gully. Good accommodation for man and horse. First-c'aos w nes, spirits, and malt liquors. Stephen Jasper, Proprietor. 72 84 if. ALSOP, Professional Accountant, , Auctioneer, and Agent, High Street, lleathcote. 75 87 H. R. WAY, A UCTIONEER, Appraiser, and General Commission Agent, RUSI WO RTII. 73 te LEYY BROTHERS, 24, BOURK.E STREET, MELBOURNE. For the informstion of the Traders residing in RUSIIWO&TH, WHROO, COSTERFIELD, and vicinities; beg...
POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 21 October 1864
-POST OFFICE NOTICE. The fall.wing AN.tice, relating to Newspapers. under the new Post Office A ct, is posted at tl ePo t Office. Heatheote, for the ifozmation of the publi : On andafterthe 2nd August, Newspapers, poshd; in ;Victaria, aust hoave ae tcords ." NKWStPaPF Or..'" visible and legible on the outside or wrapper thereof, and mastin other respects be losted in conformity with the rqulircmnts of the 13th C.'use of the Act 27 Victosi, No. 226, a c. py of which is subjoined, or they vi I be liable ;o be de tained and otbhezwise dealt with, according to L-w. S"13.-Every town, country, or foreign news paper shall be sent without a cover, or in a cover op a at both ends,. with the w, rds ·a N"?wSpAP, ONLY," placed on such newop'p.r or cover, ai d it shall be fte,'ed in such a manner as that the we ds a'oresaid shall to visible and legible; and there s' all not be in or upon any such cerrspaper.le r rhe Sver the eof, any communicatin, ch.r etsr, c fig?re, letter, or number (other th...
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 21 October 1864
POST OFFICE, EfAzTHCOTE. ARBIIVAXL AND DEPATUBRE OF THE MAILS. The timcscppointed for the sraival and depar. trre of the Mai's in Deatheote fr 1864, areas From Mbeltourne, Srndhurst, Wild Duck Creek. and Axedale daily, Monday excepted. at 5 a.mn (lo es for despatch daily, Sunday excepted, at I p.m. From Corterfitld, Bedcaotle, Wlroo, Rushworh and .MNuch;eon, ivery Monday. Wedneec'ay, and Friday. at 2 p.m. Closes fir despa'ch on Mon day, Wed,.esday, and: F.iday, at 6 p.m. 4 om izanr.. and Ialcng, every Mrsday, Wedne-day, ad PFiday, at 5 30 p.m. Cl, ses for despatch every Mon.'ay, Wednesday, ard Friday, at 6 p.m. From Kynton, MIta 3Iia, a.d Barfold every Tu?.?s.y, Thuanday, and Saturday at 8.30 p.m. CIlser for despatch for Me buorne, via Kyneton. Earf.,d. anti Mia Mia on 3'onday, Wednesday, at.d Friday, at 2 p.m. Receivij gBoxes--Lr. J. Dorgall's,Hih-street Cleared daiy, Sunday excepted, at 12.45 p.m. Mr. Benwick's, Aruyle Gully. Cleared daily, Sunday ,xcep:eJl at 12.45 p.m. Post Offi...
MAKING IT A CAUTION. (Continued from our last.) FLATS OR SHARPS—WHICH? [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 21 October 1864
MAKING IT A CAUTION. By an unfortunate Shareholder in the late Company of Victoria Flats. (Continued from our last.) FLATS o SHARPS--WHICI? Mly readers will perhaps excuse me if I become slightly pathetic, sentimental, or even prosy in an endeavour to describe my feelings when I read in .the Times that the manager of the confounded Company had been summoned to Court for a small ac count due to Mr. Grant, f,r iron work supplied to the Company. I shall never forget my feelings when I read the as sertion of Mr. iMillett that there never was a Victoria Flat Company. It may easily be imagined that I heartily wished there never had been; and I am the victim of a peculiar idiosyncracy which causes me temporuaily to believe any assertion I may wish to be true. I remember, when a child, losing by death a little brother, to whom I was fondly attached, He.. was my mate in everything, good or bad.. He would tell a falsehood, and stick to it, in order to screen me from the virtuous indignation o...
HEATHCOTE CONCERT HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 21 October 1864
H?ATHc OTE CONCERT HaLL.-The Com pany now at the Heathcote Concert Hall have entered into a re-engagement with the proprietor. FeA BEEF.-Mr. Valker killed last week a heifer which weighed upwards of 9 cwt., it was one of the animals which took a prize at the Sandhurst Agricultural Show. The beast was so extremely fat that its powers of locomotion were so diminished that it took two days to. drive her twenty five miles. She was bred on the Loddon, and was fed entirely on grass. A NEW RBwF.-We have it on good authority that a new and highly aniferous reef has b:en di.covered in the neighbourhood, but, at present, we cannot learn the particulars LucKY TnuAsrrs.--Several 3I Ivorites, among whom is Mr. Palling, ee-,., have been fortu-ate in securing shar.s in asery valuable redf at Wo d's Point. The Mountaineer gives a very flattering account of tte reef; from w. ich we learn that a twentieth share is worth £1,000.
Thursday, 20th October, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 21 October 1864
Thursdayr, 20tlh October, 1864. (Before Mr. Willpby, P.M.) Wilson v Sntherland. -This was an. action to recover the sum of £7, for hay delivered to the Victoria Flat Company, which was, put into Mr. Sutherland's stable. -,;. Mr. Millett appeared for complainant, and Mr. Adamson for defendant. The complairiint admitted' that he sued defendant to find out who was responsi to- him. for the money, he admitted the manager Mr. 8tephenson, ordered the hay. The Bench did. not consider Mr. Sutherland personally liable for the debt, and the case was dismissed..
MR. ROBERTSON AT HEATHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 21 October 1864
MR. ROBERTSON AT HEATHCOTE. On Wednesd. y last Mr. Rober'son visited Heath cAte, and met a few of the e e tors in the evening. The small number present was in consequence f no no notice being given of Mr. Robertson's presence and intemnians. The chair, on the occasion, was occupied by D. Mathepn, Es ., Chairman of the Road Board, who introduced Mr. Robertson to those present. Mr. Robertson said he did not purpose making a sp ec,. but would be happy, in a conversational way, to answer any questions his friends thought pr p-r to ask him. Mr. Robertson continued to rev:ew his past conduct and rasons fr vo:ing ao he had dore on several occasions. He accased tLe press of the colony of neglecting its duty; and, in speaking on the land question, he said he had op osed the last tao attempts to amend the Land bill of 1862. and he opposed that Bill, or he woun:d not have appeared before his hearers that night. He looked on the B 11 as a swindle, and was proud to say he opposed it; and if that...
MR. MACGREGOR'S MEETING AT THE HEATHCOTE HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 21 October 1864
MIR. MACGREGOR'S MEETING AT THE HEATHCOTE HOTEL Mr. Macgregor, having been introduced by the Chairman, Ir. Youle, said: " Gentlemen, I met some of the electors to-day, when the Returning Officer de clared me elected to serve again as your representative. I then gave a brief out line of my views regarding the principal political topics of the day; and Iam happy to meet you this evening, in order that I may go more fully into. details. I need. scarcely say that I feel proud of the position you have placed me in to-day. It is now scarcely two years since.I first appeared among you, but since that time I have received many assurances of your approval of my conduct as your repre sentative; and certainly the last mark of your approbation-returning me without trouble or expense-is a very flattering acknowledgement' on your part that you approve of my past conduct. I can only say, gentlemen, that as long as I felt sure that I enjoyed your. confidence, I should have contested the election ag...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 21 October 1864
BILrARD s.-On Tuesday night last a match was played at the Heatheote Saloon between the proprietor, Mr. Hay, and Mr. Rogerson. The former gave 150 out of 500 points. At the conclusion of the game the scores stood-Hay, 502 ; Rogerson, 375. Mr. hay's greatest break during the game was 48. RATxER COOL. - Mr. Superintendent Wilson received a letter from a person asking permission to sell grog without a license, as his customers were of such a character that he is compelled to supply them to keep them quiet. He did not wish to break the laws, but he must sell grog whether he has a license or no, and he would rather do it with the permission of the police. A TESTIMONAL.:.-The Presbyterians of Rushworth, Whroo, and Murchison, have shown their esteem for their late minister, the Rev. J. Nicol, by presenting that gentle man with a handsome silver tea service on his leaving that district for Talbot. THE AUSTLALLLN NEws.-The present number of this popular illustrated summary for the month for ...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] Melbourne, Thursday 8 o'clock p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 21 October 1864
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. , (By Electric Telegraph.) [PER G5BEVI.E:A.iD BED, RSUTER?S AGE?TS.] Melbourne, Thursday 8 o'clock p.m. At the first wool sales for the season in Melbourne, Sydney, and Adelaide, but small quantities have been sold at each place, owing to the high. reserves placed upon it, there was a large attendance, and. the prices realised were considered' gene rally satisfactory for the prospects. of the season. -Breadstuffs maintain full rates, wheat is reported to, be scarce at Sydney. Advices from Dunedin, per Gottenberg, state that sales of flour have been effect ed at a considerable advance. The "want of confidence" debate in the Sydney Parliament is still proceeding.
MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 21 October 1864
S IrNING LNTELLIGENCE. 1 The rush at the Wild Duck Creek still vroves attractive to a considerable number If miners, who, we are informed, are making 0 what is called a " good living," varied, now a and then, by instances of success which would not be despised in the " good old times;" at the same time, the almost uni f versal " duafer" i. by no means.too uncom mon. A crushing from Butler's Reef of 10 tons turned out 46 ozs. On Wednesday last a Sfurther crushing of 25 tons, turned, out S33 ozs. The celebrated Claim in Argyle Gully, belonging to Herd & Co., is looking as well as ever. A. quantity of specimens from this claim were exhibited at the Heathcote Hotel during the week, and their richness as tonished every one, including those who have seen what were said to be the best Wood's Point samples. The excessive rich ness of this claim has given a great impetus to mining in the neighbourhood, and the ground is not unfrequently the subject of a dispute in the Warden's Court....
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Monday, 17th October, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 21 October 1864
IIEATHCOTE' POLICE COURT. M3onday, 17th October, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.MI., and Mr. Cocks, J.P.) Aaron Wright was charged by Constable Toal with having on his premises fermented and spiritapus liquors, for sale. without a license. Mr. MIillett appeared for the prosecution, and Mr. .Adanmson. for the defendant. Constable Toal, sworn, said-In com pany with Constalle Childs, by virtue of a warrant, I went to Search Wright's house; we found a bottle containing gin on the counter, and a barrel containing- beer be hind the counter; I asked Mrs. Wright if there was any more liquor on the premises ; she said, " No." On searching we found four bottles of gin, and a jar containing dark brandy ; I seized the liquor and brought it to the Station; I brought all the liquor except the bottle which was on the counter, as Mrs. Wright said she wished me to leave it as she was subject to cramp in the stomach; the beer cask had a tap in it. Mr. Adamson, for the defence, contended that the liquor...
POST OFFICE REGULATIONS FOR THE ISSUE AND PAYMENT OF POST OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864
POST OFFICE REGU'LTIOsa FOR TnE Issrn ANaD PATmIEST OF Post OrFFICE MoNEY OnDEns. His Excellency the Governor, w th the advice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to di rect thh publication of the following Regulations for the issue and payment of post office money orders in the Colony of Victoria; and the public are hereby informed that in conformity with these regulations, money orders may be obtained and be made payable at the undermentioned places, on and after the 1st July, 1858: 1. Places and times of issune and payment. Money orders may be obtained and be made pay able at the following places, viz.: The Post Office at Melbourne Ditto Geelong Ditto Ballaarat Ditto Sandhurst Ditto Castlemaine Ditto Beechworth Ditto Kilmore Ditto .Maryborough Ditto Ararat Ditto Pleasant Creek Ditto Williamstown : Ditto Portland Ditto Belfast Ditto Warnambool between toe hours of' Ten a.m. and Three p.m. daily-Sundays exoepted. 2. Limit of amount, and number to be issued or paid: Money ord...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864
GARDENERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDER. OCTOBER. [October in Australia corresponds to April in Great Britain.] KrIrCnEs.GARDnE .-If September has been very wet much will have been left to be done on henvrysoils in October, but ad vantage shouldd 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 well de cayed, and cow, or sheep's dung, or guano, is most desirable. Carrots and Parsnips.-Thin out to about two inches apart at first, and when they, have 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. Salsfyg.-Scorzenara and Chicory should also be thinned. Keep the hoe going amongst all growing crops, not merely to kill the weeds, but to stir th...