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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864
MINING INTELLIGENCE. The celebrated quartz claim belonging to Herd & Co., in Argyle Gully, is looking as well as ever, and the locality is the scene of considerable activity in consequence of numerous parties sinking in the neighbour hood. Some good stone is also being turned up in Butler's Reef. A party of miners are- prospecting the ground in front of the Queen's Meadow, on the side.of the main road, in one hole they have obtained a fair prospect of shotty gold. Kealy and party have nearly finished their tail race, and nest week they will "lay the water on to the claim from the Albert race by means of a flume. The Albert Company are cutting a tail race which is expected to take them nearly on to the bottom of their ground, and when finished it will no doubt pay handsomely. Our Correspondent at the Wild Duck rush states that there.has. been no new ground opened during the week; some of the parties at work are doing pretty well. A great number of the miners have been slightl...
HEATHCOTE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 26th October, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864
HEATHCOTE BOROUGH COUNCIL. We'inesday, 26th October, 1864. Present-The M3avor, and Crs. Hall, Hay, Yon-der-Loft, Field, and Thomas. :MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Letters were read from: The Waranga Road Board, on the sub ject of telegraphic communication. From Mr.. W. Carter, calling the at tention of the Council to the state of the culvert near his property. From 3Ir. Moore, Melbourne, ofiering a fire engine for sale. From MIr. Carkeet, asking the Council to let one of the rooms off the Town Hall for an office. From the Sailors' Home Committee, asking pecuniary assistance from the Council. From the Hon. Secretary of the Anti Transportation League, asking the Mayor to call a public meeting for the purpose of petitioning her Majesty the Queen to dis continue sending convicts to Australia. From the Central Board of Health. From the Town Clerk, asking for an increase of salary, in consepuence of the increase of work rendered nece...
W. HOGARTH, Clerk of Country Court. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864
W. HOGARTH, Clerk of County Court. Thde Newstead correspondent of the Mount Alexander Mcila writes;--"The storm on Friday night has occasioned a great deal of damage to the farmers. Those resident in Green Gully seem to have suffered most. Within the memory or the oldest settler the creek was never known to have risen so high. D[r. House estimates' his loss at over £150. But the greatest loss I.hear of _befel.. gr, Tooke, who keeps a store close to the creek. So sudden was the rush of water that the tamily , consisting of Mrs. Tooke, an adop ted child, and servant.girl, had no chance of escape except through the roof. The child and servant were pulled through with ropes, while Mrs. Tooke hung on to the rsfter's for more tfai an. hour before 'she could be-released from heri perilous -position No sooner were they landed safely on dry land than three rooms of the dwelling were swept down the creek."
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 October 1864
BE,-EPIT TO MIss. WINTEBOURNYE.-On Monday evening next a rare musical treat will be presented at the Heathcote.Concert Hall. Every preparation has been made which can contribute to the success of an entertainment for the benefit of Miss Win terbourne. We hope to see a crowded I house on the occasion. BOROUGH VALnATIoN.--Mr. Birch, the Town Clerk, has been appointed valuer to the Borough Council, and as he will shortly be round to value the property we wish to remind the ratepayers of the fact that by the 196th clause of the Municipal Act, any person who gives the valuer a false answer to any question that he may ask, is liable to a penalty of £10. Tim HOSPITAL.--The Warder of the Hospital begs to acknowledge with thanks the receipt of a quantity of manure for the garden from Messrs. Hay, Stevenson, and Cunningham ; also a second donation of old linen from Mrs. Anring, of Mount Pleasant. THE TOWN CLERK's SALAnY. - The Borough Council, in consideration of the increased duties devolvin...
POST OFFICE REGULATIONS FOR THE ISSUE AND PAYMENT OF POST OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 November 1864
POST OFFICE REGULATbIONS Fro TIrE Isser AIND rPATtJInT OF :. :PUst.O xC MOEY OuDEaS. His Excelleney the Governor, w th the advice of the EiecuaiveeCouncil, has been pleased to di rect thh pnblication of the following Re,sulations for the issue and payment of post otEce money orders in the Colony of Victoria; and the public are hereby informed that in'conformity with these regulations; money orders may be nbtaincto and be made payable at the undermentioned places, on and alter the- st July, 1858: 1. Places and times of isssue and payment. Honey orders may be obtained and be made pay able at the follow ng places, viz.: The Post Office at Melbourne Ditto Geelong Ditto Ballaarat. Ditto Sandhurst Ditto Castlemaine Ditto Beechworth Ditty Kilmore Ditto Maryborough S. Ditto Ararat Ditto Pleasant Creek Ditto Williamstown Ditto Portland Ditto Belfast Ditto Warnmbhool between tae hours of Ten a.m. and Three p.m. daily-Sundays ecoepted. 2. Limit of amount, and number to be issued orpaid: Money ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 November 1864
-- IMPO TUDINGS. TEJU?HCOTEI-mpounaded at Heathcote, 1st 11 Oct b:r. 1E64, by Meaurs. Winter. -271 Brown war*. mealy mr=zle, star and strice. collr a d saddl'e mnre I like H L near bhculde, Sonme d.te, by W1. If.:and J: H. Roberteon. Esq a. 272 Grey mure, stripe, switch toil, JC near aboul der. C itch bra=d n-ar rump, shod 273 Cbesnut filly, star, CO near slit uder If not claimed andexpenses paid, to be sold on November. 1884.- JON HAMHILTON, Poundkeeper. AXE CRE -?-I-mpoauded t-'Axe C-eck, 21st SL ept mb-r, ,1864, by Mr. J. McNanlara. Trepa s ls:. e ch. .467 B y mare, small star, black points, inside of n-ar bind coronet whi.e,- switch' t.il with few g ev ha'r- at but, collar and trace marke ", 1 ke gB coej sioe I (very fa'nt) above like opy gla.s thus ~ , ar shoulder, lrge 2 off shoulder 468 Bay rony horse. off fooe aria rear h'nd feet white, fore Tfeet ad elgs def.orm d star, blaze, waie mtzzle switch tail, low con irio., s.dd e and collar marked, hke mC faint over EA near shou,'...
GARDENERS' AND FARMERS CALENDER. OCTOBER. [October in Australia Corresponds to April in Great Britain.] [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 November 1864
GARDERiIRS' 7An'D FARM.EI RS CALENDER. OCTOBER. [OlN i iAustrialia corresponds toAg =-in Great Britn.] - K'rrcasE GARDEN.-If September has heen-very wet much will have been left to be done on heavy soils in October. but ad vimtage should at once be takenr to bring up srireas, as the summer will shortly eo uponus. In putting in any crops now, no green malnure 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, find cow, or sheep's dunng, or guano, is miost ddsirable. . Carrots and Parsnips.--Thin out to about two inches apart at first, and when they: hiivegrown a little, and may hbe used in soup, &c., thin out about five-or six inches apart. :Be"t--Thin out, and in wet weather plant out if necessary; sow again for a succession. .Salsify.-Scorzenara and Chicory should also', be-- thinned. Keep the hoe going amongst 'all growing crops, not merely to kilt the weeds, ...
HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. WEEKLY REPORT. Thursday, November 3rd, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 November 1864
HEA'IH HHOTE HO0 FITAL. S WEKLY mrEORT. Thursday, N v mber 3rd, 1864. Number of patients .............». 7 i Rceived during the wek......»... O Discharged relieved er cured.......... 1 Dichbaged incurable...... T...... :0 Died .......... ..... Out Patients .......:............ 6 Correspa ding week last j ear : Indoor ............................... 11 Outdoor ...................... ...... .. . 3 In a leading article on Mr. O'Shanassy's speech at K Imore,. the Examiner says: " One, or tao statements made by Mr. O'Shanassy do not seem to be looked upon very favour. by by the working men, viz., his observation to the effect that in this colony labou-ing men get as wages, 15s. per week and board; and also the insinn ation that those who go about the co ntry seeking work " pray to -God that they may not find it."- According to the statement of farmers of this district they can frequently get good, industrious labouringmen to work for 7s: and 8s. per week and their board. While this state...
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 November 1864
S NO[ICES. - APPROACUINo MEETINGS. tMunie't:17 Conuncil. - Tn the Town Hall, at half-past 6 p.m., on Wednesday, November 9. Heathcote Distri?t Road Board -Road Board Office, at 12 noon, on Wednesday, November 16. -o. sHpital. -Ia the Committe Room,. on Tuesday, November 8, at 8 p.m. M.echanic' Institute.-Tn the Committee Room;- at half-past.8 p.m.,. on: 3onday, November- 0.- . Managers of the Heathcote Town and Gld--fields Commons.-At the Town Hall, on Tuesday, December 6. Masonic Lodge.-In the. Lodge, at 8 p.m., on Friday, November 4. Odd Fellows' Lodge.-fn the Lodge Room, Victoria Hotel, on Wednesday, November 16, at half-past 7 p.m.
(To the Editor of the M'Ivor Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 November 1864
(To the Editor of the lr'I~or Times.) ma.- Can yon tell umx why' milk shottli he 6d. and 8,1. p-r qu:rrt, and unrtrr only 8.i. per lb. ? When butter was 3s. per lb. milk was from 6d. to Is. per quart. Iam Sir, Yours respectful!:. A FATHER. [We do not know how it is, it certainly appears s'range thatsh uch sho1,1 he te he c;ae, especially as they cuannot water the Ibtter !--ED.J Mr. Humfiray has failed to secure a "very flattering reception on his first appearance before the electors of Ballarat East, as an es-member and candidate for re-election. He addressed a crowded meeting of the electors at the Charlie Napier Theatre, on Monday evening, and, from the report given by the Star, it appears to have been the noisest held in Ballarat during the present contest. Mr. Huamffray recited the history of the Land Bill, and justified his votes thereon, challenging any objectors to sho:v what harm he had done, statring :'.it his voting for the ten years' tenure to the squatters did not hurt a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 November 1864
N O T I C.E. F. . ALGAR, of 11, Clenent's 1I. -Lane, City, London, is appointed Agent for the M'Iror Times, where a file can be seen. ORIENTAL BANE CORPORATION. N O :T I. . :E .. 0 N and after Wednesday, the 80th November next, the office of this Bank at Rushworth, will be closed each week on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, and the office hours till farther notice be as under, viz: Saturday, Open 3 p.m. Close at 7 p.m. Monday, ,, 10a.m. ,, 4 Tuesday, ,, 10 a.m. ,, 4. , J. STUART, Manager. Melbourne, 28th October, 1864. Ihe gUlgisrt Simes. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 1MORISNG. HONESTY IS THE BEST FOLICY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1864.