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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
?fs 'INC:W Tlhno an flr per, Aims H.H se. ` .I 4a~eze Onicntal l3ai lrghstre1et, HiIathcote AM ES CRQIWLr, ThdnilA'rr.1dan.. n Jode1ataer ; rust Oriental Bank , lCeath cote. T2 H A N, Steoskeeper, Wine end S pir Ierohapt, anet - pposite .Teegraph s a i ?o. ut c ;` 5thcoto COTE hDTEI, Hghh ststtt, HCatecote t- Ji1;IJ LES HAY, proprseor. *.-` TigIe-htreet; Heathcote U C&THC1E. FLOt .. tILL:, Jenniog A DAM T. GTBSON.' Fr sterer. Poulterer, arid tLr"reengrozer, .tighastreet; Heathcote. SJVKRSON, Teacher of lMusic, Heathcote 'L Uuteli.. NOTICE. T G." DICKASON, having been advised by , : inayfriends to commence businessin Heath. cote,.begs to intimate that he has taken premises in High.%treet, where he is prepared to receive and execute orders for every description of :Gentlemen's and Youtlis' Clothing; and'as every care will be takeh to secure the best goods,: latest fashion; and superior workmanship, all lovers of .dress combined with ease, comfort, and economy, are invited to d...
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
POST 'OFFICE, HEATiICOTE. IIST OLP LETTERS rmaininr Unclaimned a thisOffice, r0ceivtd diurig t?L weak eeriog Jibly 16th, 186a. Airs;?Williat L y, Mark. Bel. Misa 'aniae Le , Mr, Mary Si:rch, ev. P..- l" is. Ifn Ir zei dalro ;m; r(. tMcDvna'd. James BourLe, Mis? ~behrrire AlcN.et~ I Fsq. Nathan Car lbe'l, I;e.ry P:ayford. 11. nry Canmpbe'l.J mes Tanner, H try - Clentnrs. Wm.John Iur, ar, ! rs. 'Cx, Geoge Ticker..Eaq., Se by Dqr, John Tr vers. Mrs A.-ry Fr'h,'Esq , Peter Tram era. lrs Bridget G ,Jam, Mi sAgnesBnya V.n, Esq , Chsr'.s Fanilton, Mrs, . . erson, E q., James Jo ison, Mrs nJame W-eir, John LIST OF LETTERS Detained at this Office rcquiiag Additional etage:- - `-, - -L. ?mcINNES. Si. `Postmaster.
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
POST OFFICE, HIE ATCOTE. APIC3AL AHD DEPAITUBE OF THE MAILS. The times appointed fbr the arrival ad depar %nre of the Mail is n Heathcote for 1863, are as tder :ý From Mlelbourne, Kyneton, ad Mis Mir, daily, ldonday excepted, at 3 30 n.m. Closes for dispatch, daily, Sunday excepted, at 2"30 p.m. From ?edcostl?, Whrnn, Roehworth and Meur. · - _ AS VyIayWcu'oeedayp and Faidac, at auJay and Friday, at 6 p.M. - Frim Sandhuot,Wild Drek ard Azedabl,erery Monday, Wednesday, and Frilay, at 1 0 p mo. Closes for detratch on Taneday, Thbroday and Saturday, at 10 a.m. F:cm K;!mnre & Pyalong, every Monday, Wed itsdav et d Friday. Closee for dispatri every Tune day, hursday, ard Saturday, at' 7"· a.m. F'tm Costorfield, every .?ord-y, Wtduatdvy & Vriday. Closed fur ?r -atch at 8 am. B.c-irine B xs--31r J Donall'ro, High street Clearid d.ilyu,Su dvy excpted, at 2.1.5 p'm. Mr IRenwick'n A-ev (Gully. Cleand daily, m8 dy ox-,pt-d, at 2.15 o.. ". Post OfiB:e open d.i y, Sordty oaxept'd,...
FROM THE "HOME NEWS." [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
FROM THE " HOaE NEWS." A correspondent of an American .paper gives the following sketch of President Lincoln :-I saw him suddenly emerge from his privato room and walk excitedly into another apartment. Never. was I so as tonished in. the. man. Three years ago I knew him to e 'tall, straight, and wUll-pro portioned. Nowhe burst through the door, a careworn old man--his body bent forward, his face pallid, and, in place of the stately appearance he might bejaupposed to make, he shuffled along, swinging his arms back ward and forward. Ohb what a change was thereo Stopping short at his door, as he was returning, he seemed greatly perplexed, and turning about he exclaimed, , I said I would see no more gentleman to-day," and closed the door with some noise. The Hungarians have. collected a con siderable sum of money for the Poles, a portion of which has been spent on linen, lint, and arms. Blondin has met with immense success in Spain. After several performances at Barcelona, he appeared a...
Heathcote Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
Present--Mr Hay (in the chair), Can ningham, Campbell, Furse, Fynn, Mac intosh. The minutes of the last meeting were read. Mr Furze said his objection to the ac ceptance of Hall and James's tender was, that tenders for medecines were not-adver tised for in the same way in which they had been. It was proposed-to supply rhubarb, salts, senna, &c., in bulk; he thought it would be better to get them from town, as it would effect .saving of. 400 per cent.:. and he did not think that the Warder "was qualified to dispense medicine.: Mfr Macintosh thought the Dr. should dispense the mnedicines and not trust to the Warder. Mr Cockty, the Warder, iwas. called, in, and asked for the schedule of articles ad vertised for. Mr Adams-said that the schedule was i?ade out with a view,to economy; and it is undoubtedly the best way-to procure the common article referred to in the schedule. SMr C6 ey-stated thab the `Dr. did not entrust him with the dispensing of the nedicines.? . The Chairman s...
NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
NamEs.--Names are beautiful ohly in their aisociations. ??Vdrh, valor, genius. learning, have converted syllables into poems and words into histories. Look the British Peerage through, and in that bright list there is, perhaps, not- one,, which does not seem. to the eye and the imagination picturesque. Yet in their beginnings most of them had nothing in sound or spelling that could be considered glorious. Howard is a Hogward; Seymour is a tailor; Lei cester is a weaver; Percy is a gross fellow; Butler is a cellar-man; Stuart is a domes tic servant. Vane, Vere, Hyde, and Pole sound the reverse of heroic. Hay is. not intrinsically nobler than Straw. How is it; then, that Hay has co"me to represent the pink of the aristocracy, Straw the lowest of vulgar cheats ? Simply by association. Would the complainants like to have been originally called Blunt, Craven, or Gore? There is nothing in Grey more attractive than in Brown, as to either sound or letters indeed, Grey is a shade or so less ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
Mr James Barnden is our correspondent at . Redcasile. -1 with--receve e -o ma-, munications for this paper. HENRY MARSH ICO., IMPORTERS & WAREHOUSEMEN, No. 43, ELIZABETH STREET, . : MELBOURNE. NOTICE.. TO THE CO MMITTEE OF NO. 1. WARD, HI?AT'HCO I' DIVISION, O(F THE SANDIIHUltSL' MININd BOARD. A meeting will he held on Saturday evening, at the Shamnrock Hotel,' 18th inst., at Eight o'cloCk fr the purpose of ;lecting a member to serve "on committee. JOilN BOYSE. GEORGE McROBERT. H TATHCOTR UNITED 'OWN AID GOLD, FIELD COMIMON. Any person e'o "ii' " to I ~ist.r Cattle for the abcva C~,a.m.n. p .do s any' d y, by aplyir g to the Reg strar, at the Road Bard offi o.. HENRY STEPIIENSON, Regisrara P '!LIP ORIII.MAN, Buider and Contactor, Buntlih near Sandhlist. A SPRINO CART AND HARNE.S frrisle:" °° adpted fr card n or halwki g pr, os-.di :. Apply t- JAMIES NEIL, cppasite theUniott. Hotl, Heath o e. SCHEDULE A. ' FORM OF APPLICATION. I THE undersigned hereby apply to sethe Commissio...
Mining News. COSTERFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
CO-STERFIELD. (From 'our own Correspondent.) I have-very little to report from, Coster ?eld ihis week, owing to some of those who werea epected to make a move in the right direction iaving suspended operations. Lower CostrJied prorents a doleful ap peiaO icBoisou pass along the road:. in caonsequence of the owners of the adjacent claims having paid off all hands. The re suit is;?that the Crushing Machine near the road is still Also, and the place looks de seireds It must not be imagined that this lonely spot represents the the sthte ofo things .in general at Costerfield. Any .one running away with that idea, would do well to travel two or- three hundred yards in a westerly directiin from iheie, whre they will find convincing proof that there are ntimoiiy District. Messrs Morris, dnd Co. are 'busy, as usual, sinking their shaft, and pumping rater therefrom- No lack of energy there; they present a bold front to all difficulties, and overcome by thb expenditure of capital and labor, ma...
REDCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
: RED A STLE. (From our oown Correspondent.) I have nothing new to report.. Mining and:business botli ve'ry quiet.' There has not any. crushir gs taken place dlring the week that I have heard of; and except the Austrians of the Beautiful Veno, I know 'ofnone fior-iext week: they are expecting good returns. The locality of Staffordshire Flat is'almost forsaken, the whole of the inhabitants being one party of miners, and a. Chinese . gardener. Curly-UDog Gully is til 'nost as bad, there being but 5 men andc their families living there. Long Gully cannot boist maniiy more. The reefs generally are not turn ing out well: Ulark's ' elcomn'e, tire Hit or lIies, the Perthshire, leantifui Veno, and Palling and Co.'s W elcoino are the
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
MECH.ANICS' INSTITUTE. A meeting of the 'Committee of the Mechanics' Institute was held on Monday evening, July 18th. Present--Mr Hughston (in the chair), Rev. Mr Weston, Messrs Crowle, Brooks, Christy, Crimp, Vanderluft, Olson, Haston, and the Hon.' Sec., Mr Adams. Our Reporter called the attention of the Committee to the fact that a sam of money was lying in the Treasury, Mel bourne, to the credit of the Institute, vide Government Gazette Mr Brooks remarked that all the Books order from Mr Robertson had not been received, neither had the invoice come to hand. FIcANCE. The Treasurer acknowledged the receipt of £6 10s. from the Librarian. The account of Mr Dwight for £17 4s. was passed for payment.. Mr Vanderluft thought a considerable dis count should be allowed on the account, and the Treasurer was asked to obtain as much diacoungt ag poasiblo. tmome oruer accountrs. luu uruaud stand over till next meeting. Mr McInnes took his seat. Proposed by Mr Vanderluft, seconded by Mr Olson,...
(To the Editor of the McIvor Times.) OUR WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
(To the Editor of theo.cloor- Times.) OUR WEIGHTS AND M]EASURES. - Sm,--I believe many months since there was a rumour that a set of standard Weights and Measures were in the custody of some official in Heathcote; if so, were they pro cured for an ornamental, or a useful pur pose ? If the lattor, I trust you will use your influence to have it made practical, by quietly reminding the Town Council that there are buyers as well as sellers; for when we look at the difderent balances, &c., in the tradesmen's shops, I think you will agree with me, that if they were more free of dirt and rust it is probable they might be more accurate: it is not.of much conse quence to the buyer .ofa pound of soap, but might make all the difference to the' seller of a pensyyweight of gold, that beingi a scarce article. But my 'object in writing is to call atten to those rickety substitutes '(Spring Balances) used by-the Butchers, which, if we cannot abolish, at least ought to be under the inspeCtio...
To the Editor of the McIvor Times. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
To thle Editor of the Mclor Tim'e SSx,-From the.last impression of -the " Spark," "lTender," or " Pup," (or whatever name you chose to know it.. by) of the "McIvor.News," I see myself pretty freely hiindled; and, forsooth, it would appear, because:l have .an ninterest in. the Times, 1 -must. necessarily ~- know wlhat goes iinto that journal, aud, conse. -m.'º.. ým+:.ve or. -loe responsible for the piararaph retferring to the Clerikoft Works, in last week's -issue. So leL it be. I am almost inclined to think that it is nonsense for me'to take uip. the matter, when every one (and I might. add .even the school childien) knows that Mr Orr has been off the works for, days toge'thier, not "examining every composition ardt article to ho used in the buildin;i," but making himself acquainted with the various- articles. at- the different Public Houses in the township. I-might go to some-length, but think it sufficient to offer the Clerk ot Works a challenge to this effect:- 1st. To prove thla...
PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
PRUSSIA. The corstitu.ional struggle has reached its' culminatini'Pioinit, complete and al-. parently hopeless estrangement between the Chamber and the Crown. The re sponsible advisers of the King refused to enter the Chamber or take pirt in its pro coedings.- A cominlete' lead lock is thus estabbished. The King'. is evidently thil ing in health,' and' an abdication in favour of the Royal Prince is spoken of.
TO MR FURZE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
TO MR FURZE. S in,-Vou struggle very hard to throw a doubt updn the inde;in'dlerce of the Tinmes." Permit mi~t to tell you, that in doing so, you insinuate''lir which you know is talse. You say, in the Leading Article in the "' Spark,'.--" Knos ing.that the Contractor for the Town Ha11 possesses an interest in this journal, and consequently exercises an influence over, it, it is, not difficult to imagine how the paritgibfh got, into print." Indeed ! well I will put you right once moie. That paragrapl: " got" into print in the same way that other paragraphs do. None of the proprietors of" this journal saw that paragraph: I am re sponsible for it. Iam rot under the in fluence of Alr Crowle: he will get fair phay and nothing more from this journal, while I am connected with it in my present position ; and you need not trouble your self about its independence. - I should` like to see you: advocate an investigati n into our charges against the Road works. Don't you think there ought to b...
THE NEW ELECTORAL ACT AND THE BALLOT. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
THE N ETW ELECTORAL SAL. 4 "I3 AND THE BALLOTb J, - .' , . · - - - -- t · Th8e Agle in ren arking on the necessity for amendirg this bill, in certain respects, says:- "We Uto inform'ed thatt the driughtsmann hald special instraitions to frame the bill as it stands. iThe ballot was to be destroyed, not by a return to open voting, but'itrough a chance in the dibposition of the voting papersl , by which they wiould become nccessiblo *n whoever chose to iusriect tlihin B, the former Electoril Actthle ballot papers after the elc'tion were to be sealed up . by. the Rutrning Officers- and transmitted to the Clerk of the -Assnmbly, -by -whom the mrrelt were to -be kept unopened. The 114th chluse o~ the:.new Act provides IThe Ieturning? Officer shall bIrthivith after the declaration of. poll the cause all thlo voting papers to be arranged fbr conve. njent reference, as nearly as may be in the oi'der of~the numbers shown thereon, abd shliall cause them to be delivered to thei Clerk.'of the Pe...