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TO THE ELECTORS OF THE EASTERN PROVINCE [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864

TO THE ELECTORSI OF THE EASTERN PROVINCE ENTLEMEN,---Having been invited by an influential portion of your body to become a candidate for the representation of the Eastern Province in the Legislative Council, I have the honour to tender my services. At a time when a general election for the Assembly is pending, and there is a distinct policy before the country, I think it is right that I should place before you my views on those leading questions which must be dealt with during the approaching session. I am of opinion that the Upper House, as it at present exists, fails to fulfil its proper functions in maintaining the balance of the Constitution. I am in fLvour of its reconstruction, on a basis conformable to the present circumstances of the country ; and with that view, I should support a measure for the reduction of the qualifica tion-of members from £5000 in real estate to £2500, the period for which they are elected from ten years to five, and the property qualification of vote...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864

e IMPOUNDINGS. EATICOTE.-Impounded at leathco'e. 11th October, 1864, by W. H. and J. H. Robert son, Esqrs.-Tresp asls. etch. 297 Bay horse, small star, switch tail, AC near reck . 298 Grey hore, lame in near fore faot. B near H shou'der 299 Chesnut draught horse, snip, L near shculder If not claimed. and exeoses p.id, to be sold on 16th November, 1864. JOHN HAMILTON, Poundkeepor. ' ANEFIELD -Imp, unded at Lane field, 13:h Octcb r, 1864, by Mr. Charles Vet nell. Tres, ass 6d. ea!h. 523 Bay fity. star and str;pe down the face, long tail, PM off heu.der S524 Bay filly. thi e stripe down the forehead, long tail, P.u' off shoal er If not claimed and expenses paid, to he sold on 16th November, 1864. A. MADIGAN, Poundkceper. NOTICE. T ANCEFIELD.--No. 501, bay filly fod, snip on nosh, like 31 near ehould r, advertised as impounded on the 29th yee tea.br. 1864, now sboss #I near rump, in ad tition, and will be sld on the 2nd Novemb r, 1864. A. MADIGAN, Poundkeeper. r A XE CREEK.-lmpounded at...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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THE SCOTCH MINISTER AND HIS BEADLE [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864

THE SCOTCH MINISTER AND HIS fBEADLE -The Glasgow Gaz.etfe tells a story of a Mr. Low, a clergyman at Biggar, who was accompanied by one Richard Rob, his beadle, on his round of visitation of his hearers. They entered thirteen different dwellings, and in each of them they were presented with spirituous liquors, of which the minister always par took. On parting in the evening, Rob very gravely said, " I noo see wherein the sin o' drinking consists." " What is that, Richard ?" said Mr. Low. " It maun con sist, I think, in the paying," replied Rob; " for I hae seen ye to-day tak a pairt o' thirteen drains, and a single word o' re proof or objection hasua faun fr.e your lips."

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HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. WEEKLY REPORT. Thursday, October 27th, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864

BHBTHCOTE HObPITAL. WEEKLY ERPORT. Thursday, October 27th, 1864. Number'oe patients ,.;. i-..;,- .8 8 Received during the week............ 2 Discharged relieved or cared...e...::. 1 Diechasged incurable................ O Died ,...... .. .... o..... out Patients -................... 6 Corresponding week lasa sear:- Indoor .,......,....................:.".. 11 Outdoor ................. ........... 3

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864

31ISCELLANEOUS, What business should you recommend to a man having an immense wife ? Con tractor. LATEST FROM " LA FOLLET." - The sweetest thing in bonnets: The ladies' faces. The late Archbishop Whately,describing commonplace preachers, said, "in their sermons they aim at nothing, and-hit it." An admirer of dogs having had a new litter of a fine breed, a friend wished him to put him down for a puppy. " I set you down for one a great while ago," was the answer. " My character, sir," said an alderman, who had cleared himself from a charge of bribery, " is like my boots, all the brighter for blacking." " sEW DEGREE OF RELATIONSHIP.-A person asked Patrick Maguire if he knew MIr. Tim Duffy. " Know him I" answered he; " why, he's a very near relation of mine. lie once proposed to marry my sister hate !" APPROPRIATE NAMES.-The following names of publicans are given in the " Lon don Post Office Directory" for 1864:- Barr, Butt, Cann, Cooper, Drinkwater, Freshwater, Goodale, Swallow, Tapp, ...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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THE LATE ACCIDENT AT REDCASTLE [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864

THE LATE ACCIDENT AT REDCASTLE.-- Charles Harvey, who suffered a compound fracture of one of his legs, is progressing favourably. So much has h :recovered, that the doctor states that all fears of having to resort to amputation are now removed. TaxE ARGYLE . SPECLIExs.- Mr. HayR handed to Mr. Marston a cheque for I1 10s., the result of the exhibitiorn of the specimens. A publie meeting was held, at the Red Lion Hotel, Kilmore, on Eriday evening, for the purpose of taking into consideration the snbject of rai)way communication, with the view of'securing the. construction of a railway, via Kilmore, to Beechworth, in preferepce to the proposed cross-line to be forme.d from Sandhurst or Rnnnymede to Violot Town.. The Mayor presided. Mr. J. K. Trainor moved the first resolution. as followfi:--"That the proposed line of railway from Sandhurst to Beechworth by Violet Town (now being surveyed) must, if completed, cause serious injury to Kil more, by intercept:ng the traffic on the Sydney ro...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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DEATH IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864

DEATH IN THE BUSH.-." At about nine o'clock on the morning of the 3rd October, Mary, aged five years, and Henry, aged three years, the eldest chil dren of Mrs. Anne Morden, of Mount Doran, left the hut after breakfast, and with the sons (aged four and three years) of Mrs Way, a sister of Mrs. Morden, went up the track leading by the front of the dwellings. What direction they took is unknown, but it was supposed that they had not gone far and were playing about the huts. Two hours having elapsed, Mrs. Morden thought the children were stopping two long, and went in search of them. Not seeing them, and thinking that they might have returned in her absence, she did not prosecute her search foi more than a quarter of an hour. Not finding them at home she went out in another direction towards the Enterprise Saw Mills. There about she found her child Mary and Mrs. Way's children, about a mile from, the place whence they bad strayed. She found them jumping upon the logs, but she saw from t...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864

NOTICES. APPROicarsP ]EETINGS. :Miunici'al Council. - In the Town Hall, as half-past 6. p.m., on Wednesday, November 9. Heathcote Distrid Road Board.-Road Board Office, at 12 noon, on Tuesday, November 1. Hospital.-In the Committee Room, on Tuesday, November 8, at 8 p.m. 'Mechanics' institutdeln the Committee Room, at half-past 8 p.m., on Monday, November 9. -Managers of the Heathcofe Torn pnd Gold-fields 'Commons.-At the Town Hall, on Tuesday, November 1. Masonic Lodge.-In the Lodge, at S p.m.,. on -Friday, November 4. Od d. Fellows'a! .Lodge--In the Lodge Room, Victoria Hotel; on Wednesday, November 2, at half-past 7 p.m.: •I " " .. " ? ? w w '.--:

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MAKING IT A CAUTION. [?] an unfortunate Shareholder in the late Company of Victoria Flats. (Continued from our last.) THE ATTEMPT AT REPUDIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864

_MAKING IT A CAUTION. an unfortunate Shareholder in the late Company of Victoria Flats. (Continued from our last.) THE ATTEMPT AT REPUDIATION. Ifthere is anything I dislike in particu itis seeing people trying to make a ue of necessity. I positively hate a rfho cries sour grapes. Cant, hypoc , ostentatious charity, and raising false es on any subject always produce in a by no means charitable feeling to es those who adopt them. 'hen I hear some of my brother Flats that in going into the speculation they e actuated by philanthropic motives, their wish to benefit themselves, if sordid feelings were entertained at was merely of a secondary character, that the principal object in getting up Company was to benefit the township I say, when I heat those assertions, :tempt for those who use them second to the disgust with which I view the Sconcern, and the regret I experience .sequence of the awkward potition in ? it has placed me. But here I am, here I am likely to he. I am expected with a...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864

. ...N O T I CE. . F AtiARý, of 11, Clement's Lane, City, London, is appointed Agent for the .I'Ivor Times, where a file can be seen. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 3iMORNiG. zno-E.rci -x-J ls a?aT POL.TOTY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1864.

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THE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MOVEMENT. ADDRESS OF THE WOMEN OF VICTORIA TO THE WOMEN OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864

NiTE ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MOVEMENT. ~DRESS OF THE WOMEN OF VICTORIA TO THE WOMEN OF ENGLAND. SMothers, Sisters, and Women of England, e, the women of Victoria-we, your -hters and sisters, appeal to you to rt from us a terrible calamity. By the vMonthly mails you know how-amid trials, lscomtorts, and disadvantages which you 've never known-we strive, and agonise, " pray that our little ones may grow up "i ants of the Most High God; how, id difficulsies and discouragements, we deavour to raise and keep ereo; the ndard of truth and righteousness. You ve encouraged us, and sympathised with ; you lhave yearned over us, and prayed us. We beseech you to come forward v and aid us, lest we be overthrown in struggle; lest we be steeped to the s in the polluted stream of convictism; our children grow up tainted in an osphere of crime. If only half the victs sent, find their way to us, in ten r? hence we shall have 3,000 among us, ong a population of only half a million, ady deeply tinctured wit...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864

FREE TRADE, after all that has been said Sof it as a fallacy and moral impossibility, has still a very pretty sound. Freedom of any kind, whether real or fictitious, is at tractive. The term free trade is particlarly so. As a political or party cry it is in valuable; it appeals to the passions of the: t ignorant, who are captivated by the charm e ing sound of the term. It admits of the d most specious arguments being used in its support, and offers a wide field for the i practice of sophisticated eloquence. t Our colonial free trader is a curious character. His notion of the blessings of Sfree trade are confined to commerce, at a least it would appear so from the- fact that t the cry is taken up by a party who seek to e make capital of the term, who believe in no e other kind of freedom. Ask nine-tenths of b our colonial free traders if they believe in free trade in religion, and you will find that their notions of freedom do not extend so far. They will say that they think it right...

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THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MEMBERS RETURNED. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864

THE NEW PARLIAMENT. 5tMEMBERS RETURNED. Ararat ...... ...I T. M. Girdlestone. William i'Lellan. Avoca ...... ... J. G. Davies. I J. M. Grant. Bonrke, East .,. .. Joshua Cowell. John Sherwin. Bourke, South... L. L. Smith. ". Michael O'Grady. J. T. Smith. Bourke,. West ... .., J. C. Riddell. 1M. L. King. Creswick ... ...... JWilliam Frazer. J H. Wheeler. Crowiands ... .J Ronald Campbell, John Houston. Dalhousie . .. G. J. Sands. Dundas and Follett... George Fairbairn. Evelyn ... ...... John Thomson. Gipps Land, North ... William Pearson. Gipps Land, South.... Peter Snodgrass. Peter Lalor. Grant, South ... ... W . N. M'Cann. J. R. Hopkins. Grenville, North .. . A1. Pope. "'o Thomas Randall. Maldon ... ... ... John Ramsay. Mandurang ... ...3. F. S Caseyivn. Maryborough .. ... James Mason. "o h Nathaniel Levi. Mornington ... James M'Culloch, Murray District ... John Orr. Normanby . G. J. Levey. Ovens G. B. Kerferd. Ovens ...1 G. V. Smith. Polwarth . .. ... J.I. Connor, Ripon and Hampden ...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864

The p:ice ofgold .a "£ 19.- 3d!. er ounce.. HEATHCOTE MARKETS. - T{he Wholesale Pricesare as follows- : Best ailk-dies el Four, £27 per toa. Wheat, 11i. 6d. jer bashel Seed Wheat. 12. 6d. ditto. Pollard, 2r. ditto. Bran, Is. 10d. ditto. Oats [Colonial], 4s. 6d. ditto. Price satd ciro, . 5s Gd. ditto. Best cu. Chu?iS . cwt. Bay, £515 s. per ton. Potatoes, £8 to £9 per ton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864

BUSINESS .DIRECTORY. ESATHCOTE HOTEL, High street, Heathcote --JAMES HAY, proprietor. SEATrHCOTE FLOUH MILL, Jenning street. 79 91 TX : IES CROWLE, Builder and Undertaker S next Oriental Bank, Heathcote. s ItRS KING Milliner and Draper, Alma House High street, Heathcote 79 91 cIVOR TIMES office, next Dr. Robinson, N H'. igh street, Heathcote. PTHILIP ORLEMAN, Builder and Contractor, Buntley, near Sandhurst. THOMAS CRAVEN, Storekeeper, Wine and Spirit Merchant, nearly opposite Telegraph " and Post offices, Heathcote. TR UE BRITON HOTEL, Caledonia Gully. i Good accommodation for man and horse. First-c'ars wines, spirits, and malt liquors. Stephen Jasper, Proprietor. 72 84 W H. ALSOP, Professional _Accountant, SAuctioneer, and Agent, High Street, Ileathcote. 75 87 H. R. WAY, A UCTION .E ER , Appraiser, and General Commission Agent, RU sH-WO RTH., 73 to LEVY BROTHERS, 24, . BOUR KE. STREET, MELBOURNE. For the information of the Traders residing in RUSHWOP&TH, WHROO, COSTERFIELD,...

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POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864

POST OFFICE NOTICE. T'he foeiwing Notice, relating to Newepa?iers under the new Post Office Act, is posted at the Post Ofice. Heathcote, for the information of the public: On andafterthe 2nd Aug rt, Newisrapers, rost d in Tictoria, must hore the words " N WSPAvPs O?yu'' visible and legible on the outside or wrapper thereof, and most in other respects bt posted in ponfosmity with the r?Luirezments of tee 13th Plhase of the Act 27 Victoris, No. 226, a copy of which is subjoined, or they will be liable to be de tained aind otherwise dealt with, according to Law. I' 13.-Every towr, country, or foreign news. paper aball be sent without a cover, or in a cover ppen at lboth ends, with the words "N1EWsPAPER OnLT," placed on such newspaper or cover. atd it shall be folded in such a manner as that the we: ds aforesaid shall te vi ible and legible; and there shalI not be in or upon any such newspaper, or the coverthereof, any communication. character, figure, Ietter, or'numner (other than a li...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864

POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. AmL?val. AnD DEPa.t?.u OF TIr M?Ls. The times appointed for the arrival and depar tare oftho Mails in Reathcota fir 1864, areas Under: From IMeliourne, Sandhurst, Wild Duck Creek, and -Axedeae daily,. Monday excepted. at 5 n.m. Cloes "for despatch" daily. Sunday excepted, at From Costerfield, Bedcastle, W Sroo, uhnworth and Murchison, every Monday, Wedneaday, and ?da v, at 2 p.m.: Closes for despatch on Mon, 4y, Wednes4ay, and Fuiday, at 6 p.m., From _ ilaor and 'yaleng, every Mond v, W&1neeeday, sid Friday, at totl p~m; mCloses or sltch evert Monday. Wednesday, an Friday, From Kyneton, M~a Mia, and Barfold every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 8.30 p.m. Cleses far despatch for Melbourne, ?~a Kyneton, Tarford. aqtd Mia Mia on. Monday, Wednesday, p"d Friday, at 2? . m. Receivirg Boxes-Mr. J. Dorgall's, High-street pleared daiy, Sunday excepted, at 12.45 p.m. Mr. Ienwick's, Arayle Gully. Cleared daily, Sunday ezcep!ed, at 12.45 p.m. FPos Orff- r- .Wt...

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WHROO. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864

WH ROO. (Fronm our owne Correspontent.) A public meeting was held on the Rash at the " Log Fence," for the purpose of protesting against the sale of land in the township. The stump was taken by MIr. Scratchgravel, who, in very impassioned language, set forth the hardships the miners have to contend with in dealing with those monopolists, the tradesmen of Whroo. lHe said :-" A petition has been forwarded to the Government but no no tice has bean taken of it, and unless some more active steps are taken to prevent it, the tradesmen will become freehollers in spite of us. If we look at other diggings we can see what effects the sale of town lois have had upon the mining communitr; it has ruined mining in other places, andl will do so here if once the pernicious prin ciple is permitted to establish itself here. I would recommend that a strong deputa tion be formed for the purpose of waiting on the Minister of Lands, in support of the petition lately forwarded to town." iMr. Blooshurt ros...

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. Monday, 25th October, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864

MEGCHANICS' ?NSTITUTE. Monday, 25th October, 1861. Present-Mr. Von-der-Luft, in the chair and Messrs. Lawson, Grant, Whylie, Ce1' land, Brookes, Adams, Stephenson, Crole, Thomas, and the Rev. A. Stubbs. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. MIr. Stephenson said that Mr. Matheson had deputed him to act on his behalf, and stated that Mr. Matheson would not spend more than eight or ten pounds on the re pairs unless the Committee would take it for a term of years. He would not pull the place to pieces, or remove the partitions unless the Committee would take a lease of the premises. Mr. Grant moved-" That the matter stand over till next meeting, and that Messrs. Lawson, Von-der-Luft, and Crowle form a sub-committee to inspect the variou? buildings to let, ascertain the rent, and re port on their fitness for the use of the Institute at the next meeting." Seconded by Mr. Clelland and carried. An account from Mr. Hodgson, for sup plying the Argus, 17s. 6d., and one f...

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COUNTY COURT CAUSE LIST. Thursday, 3rd November, 1864. REMANETS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864

COUNTY COURT CAUSE LIST. Thursday, 3rd Norember, 1864. RESMAETS. Clark v. Wall Parkins v. Douglas . NDER X20................ Carkeet v. Prince Greaves v. Millett: Morris v. Maiden Same v. Same .. ,., MS'Maber v. Bruffell Purvis v. Derbyshie' - "s " Clark v. Simmons Bullock v. Purvis Clark v? WoodJead Same v. Fitzgerald Dale & Co. v. Ready ...... Same v. Norris Crowle v. Parkins : Carkeet v. Dickason - Walker v. M'Donald and another Simmons v. Clark Same v. Kemp Dove v. Rasmussen Same v. Curran Same v. Millett i . .. UNDER £50. Sansen v. Stirling- - -..... Thompson v. O'Sullivan Ul.aDE. £100, . ... Bickes v. Schenker

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