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Heathcote Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 July 1863
Heathcote Police Court The business at the Police Court has been small during the week. On Tuesday an adjourned case, Brisco and Co., v. Neil. was again adjourned. &nbsp; Trevaskis v. the Balmoral Quartz Mining Company. Mr Adamson for Complainant; Mr Millett for Defendants. &nbsp; Never since the old Court House was first opened was there anything in the shape of a row to equal that which took place on Tuesday,between Mr Milllett and Mr Adamson. And we cannot help thinking that it would have been a first- rare opportunity!ty for the old building to fall. It could have made the indignity an ex- cuse for fulfilling the prophecy of the Dispatch. As soon as the case was opened, some legal technicalities were thrown out for justice to stumble over; and it is difficult to say which of the two lawyers were most in the wrong, but it is pretty safe to say that neither was right. Our Reporter is not good at taking an account of a row, but Mr Millett told Mr Adamson that he was...
Moral News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 10 July 1863
.ACCIDENT ON SATURDAY LAST.--A horse belonging to Mr Lawson which was in a buggy near Haston's store, com- menced kicking and plunging, which he continued until the front of the trap was smashed to atoms and his leg was broken. The animal was afterwards shot. We believe no one received any injury.. The following card, appealing to the benevolence of the people of Heathcote, will, we are sure, be successful in raising sufficient funds to enable our unfortunate fellow townsman to avail himself of the assistance of the best Opthalmic prac- titioner in the colony:-" As I am placed in a position which it has not been my lot to witness, through my life's career. All I had is gone. I am promised the SIGHT of my eyes if I could raise the sum of Twenty Pounds. I ask from you, who know me, a trifle to meet this amount. Should my health permit me, I should be too happy to return it to you again, as soon as opportunity will allow. MICHAEL PHELAN. WANTED. A SWEEP.-An iron chimney in the residenc...
RUSSIA AND POLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
RUSSbIA AND POLAND. The solutation of the Polish quest;on is as a1i off-as ever. The insurrection rages. A decree of National Govnrnment calls upon the Po!es to unite and rise simul taneously on the lit of June. Desperate conflicts are of diiily occurrence, the Russians, as- usual, committing barbarous atrocities, Holland, Denmark, and Portugal, have protested in thie sme spirit as tre English note against the existing state of affairs in Poland; but- Prince' Gortschakoff's reply was a clever piecedofdiplomaco, conceding nothing, admitting nothing _proposing nothing, promsing nothin g. The only friend Russia has in this emergency is Prussia.
CONTINENTAL INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
CONTINENTAL INTELL GENCE. PRANCE. 'th Bu'lget passed hvby a large majority. The Corps Legislatif was dis. solved on.the 8th of May. The new elections engage iunusualn at tention in France, Government nraking grIeat efforts to defeat MM. Thiers, Berryer, Mnirie, O.iillpn) Barrot and Count de Montalembert, who are can didates. The increased expenditure of the Go vernment. since the first year of the Empire, eleven years ago, attracts con siderable attention. The people cry' out for retrenchment and reform. .......
AMERICA. IMPORTANT DEFEATS OF THE FEDERALS GREAT LOSS OF LIFE. GENERAL JACKSON KILLED. NEW YORK, 14th May. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
IMPORTANT DEFEATS OF T.HE - FE)ERALS. SGREA~rF LOSS OF LIFE. GENERAL JACKSON KILLED. NEW YORK, 14th May... On the 2nd and brd of May, two tremendous engagements took placee at. Chancellorsville, between the Confederates, under General Lee and Stonewall Jackson, and he Fe'leralq, under Genesal Fight ing Joe Hooker. Both armies fought with desperation, and the slaughter was awful. The Federals were. again totally ilefeated. ''heir loss is estimated at 20,000 men, 8,000 prisoners, and 80 pieces of artillery. The Confederate loss was about- 18,000 placed hors de combat. On the 29th of April, General Hooker effected the passage of the Rappahannock: at two points, at two miles distant from each other, with an effective army of 100,000 men, encountering little opposi tion while crossing. His plan was to press quickly on with his right wing to the. rear. of- the Confederates, and thus place them between two bodies of his army, and thereby cut of the communi cation with Richmond. Hooker was ...
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
NOTICES. : " unicJipal Council.-In the Coimcil Chmibex, at 3 p.m., on Wcdnesday; July 22nd. Heathcote aud Waranga District Road Board.-In their offices, Enien hotel, at 1 p.m., on:Saturday, August 18th, Spccial Meeting. Hospital.-In the. Committee Room, at 8. p.m., on Tuesday, July 14th. *Mleclhanics Institute.-TIn the Committee room, at half-past 8 p.m., on Monday, July 27th. -Manag?ers of the Heathcote Town. and Gold-Oelds Cummons.-ut the Union Hotel, at 8 p.m, on Tuesday, +Augist 4th. HMaonic ilodge.-In. the Lodge, at, 8 p.m., on ~fiday, August 7. -
ARRIVAL OF THE R. M. S. MADRAS WITH THE MAY EUROPEAN MAILS. LATEST NEWS. LONDON, 2nd June. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
A a R-r VAL OF THE R.: M. . S. MAD:RA S WITH THE MAY EUROPEAN MAILS 0---- LATEST NEWS. FR1OM THE ALEB. Lo?noN,v 2nd June. A? difflicltr has arisen, and there is probahility of a rupture in diilomatic relations between Englinld and Brazil. Affairs in :Prussia are hastening to a crisis. The -Chamber of Deputies has been closed. The Greek affair has bePnsettled. The provisional Goveinment agreed to accept the Danish Prince as King. NEw YonK, 23rd May. The result of the recent military opera tions ,protnced -feelings f great dissatis faction throughout the North. SA sanguinary battle has taken place ,etween Grent nd Pnmbsrton.' Noither sid'atile to cliim vitrry. Vicksburg reporter to have been evacuanted, but this is doubtfiul. A n unsuccessful attack has been made on Fort Hudson. General Honker is withdrawiug his army to the Potomac. The invasion of Maryland anticipated. .The Confederate3 have again invaded Keitucky. LocoNk, 26th May. The Australian March jaiils were delivered in Londo...
OUR COLUMN, [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
OUR COLUMN, For those who have had a bad crushing, those who cannot-get is crushing, those who have been puddling unpayable stuff, those who-have been sinking shicers, and those w?hose business will not permit them- to laugh without a cause: RAPID CONSUMPTION.-- Bolting- o0he' food.?Funi; ' Does a man who goes to a pawtn' "- broker's thereby become " the nephew of his uncle?" ' TE TRIUaMPH OF fBACCHUS. Winning, which is most ceitainly the triumph of backers.-Fun. An old anuler says that no one, byhr conversing with a fish, ever succeeded in : drawing it out. COMFnORT FOnR rHE CORPIULENT.-NO man can think small beer of himself when he is well awi?re that he's stout ..-. Youthful artist : ",.Do von sell annto mical plates, 'M?" Old lady : Bless the. hoy, no: we don't keep no crockery here !"-Punch. ' Women dislike g?-rrlons men,--S een r.e they know how its done; hut a talent for silence strikes them : with awe and wonder. " S,,usan June Johnston is under arrest for stealineg five :sh...
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES ARE AUTHORISED TO BE TRANSMITTED IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH: SREGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS : tlUNDERRHICH; TELEOIcAPHIO 'MESSAGE& i +ARE: AUzORItSED TO BE TRASOESrrTib.DIN VICTOBIA. 1. To lessen as much as possible any liability to eeror in the transmission of .Messages.from defec. tive manuscript, it is desirable -that the: ne' of Figures: should =be. avoided,.: and that- words! at length be substituted; and the publie, in using the. .Eltric Telegraph. are requested to be particular in giving.a full and.correct addxess.to._every Mes-. sage, so that the least possible delay in delivery mar occur. 2. Messages will hbe transmitftd in the order of their reception, and no precedence will hq .allowed, except for spec al despatches heon service of the Government, the arrest of criminals and in:: cases of pressing emeigency; sicltliess, or death. 3. All Messages will be held strictly confidential. 4. Pajiieri of Charges ini advaise.iill be re quired, except for Replies to Interrogatory 2Aes. Aogea pit . ahieh ib, ,A..u....u...
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
NOTICE. TO CORRESPONDENTS: . The hn?mber 'of our correqiondenre, and o desire to maintain our charaectr 'for solurtesy -towards those who favour us with communications for publication, offering suggestions, or seeking informa-' lion, renders it ndecessary to open a olumnn for the pnirpose o? returning" answers in order to save postage, ~whd give our renders the bentfit of the. ona . swers: which are olten of general interest.. Correspondents are requested to furninsh.us wiith a nosi de plumo, or init:ul, in.order thaB they may recognise the answer to theii qeesiiofi, ahd prevent:theimr idtity"t r witl it for the gratification of the ex cessively curiousl 0o " BAts~S."-- Mr Piggot may have some, if sobhe will give yo.e some with pleasur ; ten years ago he cultivated thew very suo-r -essfully. Mr Piggot established the first garden- on Mclvor; and has always' evinced a laudable desire to -furnish any one with seeds, roioti,'or cuttings.. A great tman$ tdthe a£ci; ver g-eM o * rat 5a-o...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
T:. miE are iimor reasons than one why the :: people of .Waranga should conigratulate S*ia:' selves on the 'separation of the Road - Board Districts; but the reason which the SMeleor News made the burden of his Lead : ag Article last week, is the least cogent of iall riesons.i We imagine that if the duties 'of the : Bard- h been. carried out in a just and u \ pright manaer, that the people of Wranga - would not have wished for a separation; but : we know that such has not been the case. ; : The McIvor News makes out that Heath S'cote will suffer by the secession: perhaps so, bat we imagine that the sufering will . ?- confieed to a small clique of public s.windlers, who have procured work under S.-?h? Board, and have been. permitted to i. : r the work in such a manner as to ren - : erh eir contrats very payable at a price ThW: - i ^skwul4ao titik 9f taking For our part, we do not wish to see Eeathcote, or any other place, flourish by means of injustice, and we are convinced that if t...
MEETING OF MANAGERS OF THE HEATHCOTE UNITED TOWN AND GOLD-FIELDS COMMONS. [?] 14th July, [?] [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
MEETING OF MANAG:ERS OF THE HEATHCOTE UNITED. TOWN AND GOLD-FIELbS COMMONS. . Present--Messrs Palling (Clhairnien), Aitken, Watkins, Thomas, and Craven. This was an adjourned meeting, which... took the form of a Committee, of Finance. K. A letter was read from Mr Matthew Mitchell, Spring Plains, thanking the I:anagers for the corte!sy shown hiim, andinforming thenm that he had instructed Lis Shepherd to remove the sheep from the Common. A long discision ~idoýlitt-ce*f riefireice to Finance, as to whether it 'was primilent to dismiss the Herdsman and Registrar. It was ultimatey- decided- to-retain the ervices at both o fificbrs; and as the finan cial deficit arose from the great leniency shown to the.Commoners, it was resolved to be more stringent with those who are known not to have paid for their cattle, or who had only dono so in'part, Mr Craven moved, and Mr Aitken seconded--'lhna no more money b re- ceived.nmfutirehhy the Managers od, ac count of Common fees.-Carried . The above...
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
- .+:Jtljllllt+ -.ýýxxlr51+++++,?Iýu , . While inviting communications on any current or interesting topic, we wish it to be distinctly un derstood that we do not bind ourselves to publish any letter. Nothing, however, will be rejected, if legibly written, untess libellous,or too lensthy for our columns; or unless 'it s-i l' ipper for stme other reason thtt it would'be manifestly sagsinst the interests of'our.readera to insert it. It is reduested thlt atllletters intended fur publicas tj?n, be fiorwarded to this ofileidolorse midday oni ie cued mtuassrspt s nout presr-ciP.
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
The prise of gold is £3 18a 6d per oatie. ' &EATHCOTE MA~IBgKTS. 3ir Craven reports Wholeeale prices as follows Best rilk dressed Floor, £14 10s per ton. Wheat, 5s 91 per bushel. Seed Whbet, G. 63 ditto. P..1lasd, 1e9l ditto. BraS. 1?-8salitt .. ltits [Colonist] Os 6d ditto. Prime seed ditto, 7a 6d ditto.' Cape Barley, 6O 6d dittc. oBeet-ut Chaff, Ss ditton. Hay,18 rer too. PutatoesA£8 to £9 per ton. ;