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LATEST SPECIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
LATEST ,SPECIAL INTELLGE NCE. England, France, and Austria have again addressed notes to the Russian Go vernment on the Polish question, urging clemency, grnt? of free institutions, and the fulfilment of'the treaty of 1815. The' throne of Greece still reinsins vacant, the Greefls refusing to acknow ledge a l)ani-hi ing. T1'he insurrection in Poland ik spreading. Russian trnolps mostly defeated. Amnesty by Tuissian Goveranient again rejected. 1'te Barnk rate of discount, 4 per cent. Money in demaiid.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
T ER, STOREKEEPERS, AND OTHERS. THE UNDERSTGNED has always on hand S 3 -.A irt-cass Stock of Wines, Spirilts, Gro ceries, *&o., which he is prepared to supply at reasonable pric- . - £ 0o, giij aaipmenhts ofihe celeluhated Presionpana lih Ale. Orders frot Lthe Contrry punctually attended to. '-1'" * -JAME4 C.GRASSIE. S -180, Elizareth Street, -'. . Mebaurno. FOWR SALE.i . A CHAPFCOUTTING MACINB, by Bich ,bn3o'd:i ( Chandler, almost nesw. John' GraniB'iclsmith, Heathcote. SIPUBLIC -INSTITUNTIONSUI-. DIRECTORY. R .AT HO TE. . ° : un:.." icipal Council. Chairman, -Cr Robinson; members, Cra Wanlker, R.ay.Walshr, Fynn Craven, and Yoo d. .Town Clerk;Mr Birch. leetevery other Wednesday, at 3 p.m. Conmittees - p 'ublie ork'. Texizsltive. end Finance, cpmpo-ed of the 'hboloCouncil. Meet • ehenrreq'ired. Pnolieitor, Mr Adamson: Surveyor, varant nsepertor cf NuIsannes, Constable Timothy; Inspector of Slaughter Yards, Constab!e Moran. Heath ote and Waranga Dislcri Road Board. Chaiifii, ...
RUSHWORTH! [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 17 July 1863
RUSHWORTH ! -A sum of money to the credit of the Rushworth Library, in the Treasury.-Government Gazette, Friday, July 10. The Amateur and Professional gentle men who volunteered a Benefit to the un fortunate Mr Phelan, played their parts in a very creditable manner. The singing was good, the dancing was good, and the acting was good; and although we should like to enter more fully into the merits of the evening, we are prevented by the de mand upon our space for European ex tracts.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
IMPOUNDINGS. H EATHCOIE.-Impounded at Heath coto, by Mr C. Nelson, for Mana. gers of Heathcote Common. Notice sent to owners, but not released.-Trespass Is. 5830 Grey draught horse, off hiht foot white; hind feet shodl, like w off shoul der, 8 off neck, scar off sibs. By H. Robertson, Esq.; Mount Camp hell.-Same trespass. 548 -Yellow sided poley cow, AL off rump, top off off ear. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be be sold on 19th Aut~u?t, 1863. JOHN lIAMILTOM, Poundkeeper. A XE CREEK.-Impounded at Axe Creek, 18th July, 1863, by Mr A. McGtinn, for Managers of Sedgwick and Strathfieldsave Farmers' Commons. 7t14. Black mare, long tail, streak like BHI? conjoined near shoulder (the B to left.) On 26th July, 1863. 765. Bay mare, star, collar and saddle marked, TV above, like j. near shoulder, If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 19th August. 1863. GEORGE O'LOUGHILIN, Poundkeeper. 'TO SQATTERS, STOREKEEPERS, AND OTHERS. THE UNDERS!GNED bs always on hand A first-c ass Stock...
THORN PLANTING. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
THOu" PLANTINO.-The "Spark" of Wednesday nightecoutained the following extract; and considering that the mate of the Favorite has a sister living here (as we stated last week) it was hardly worth while to publish such a statement after the accused has been liberated on bail: "We learn from the Dunedin journnla that the amount of bail required for the captain and mate of the Favourite, on ac count of the recent fatal collision, is so large as virtually to imply thleir imprison ment till the trial." Captain McKinnon became bail to the full amount for Charlie, and Capt-iin Adams was bailed out by the merchants of the Port. GARIBA?DI is in a paroxyism of inex pressible enthusiasm for Poland, and has seriously demanded of Dr Albanese whether, by the amputation of his foot, the cure could not be hastened, so that he might go to the help of Poland. He has always before him'a map of Poland, which he marks here and there with a red pen cil, giving, however, no explanation of his meaning to a...
SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR REPAIRS OF NATIONAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
SUBSOCRPTIONS-FOR- iEPAIRS OF NATIONAL SCHOOL. The followin" subscriptions to the cost of repairing the Heatlcote Common School, li~ve been collected by Dr Robinson and Mr Hughston. "July, 1868: Messxs Robinson ... ... :.. £0 10 0 ,, "Routledge ... 0 10 0 ,, . Nicolson ...... 0 10 0 , raven .. . ... 0 10 0 ,, Hall & James ... . 10 0 ,, Ferguson ... . " 0 10 0 ,, Friends 0.. ...:.. 015 0 ,, Youle ... .. ". ? 10 0 ,, Hay ...... :0 10 0 Walker ... : 0.., .. 0 10 0 , IIughston... . 10 0 ., Crimp .... .. 5 ,, W. H. Carkeet :.:. O 5 0 G, . Sutherland .. .. 0 5 0 ,, Jones :...*.. ..' 5,0 ,, King .... . .. 5 0 i, Maloney .. .&lt;. >.. 05 0 ,. .A,.,_O .C.7 .. " .. _ O 5 0 ,, Cunningham "A Friend... . . 0 5 0 Mrs- Love -.. .. .. 0 5 0 Messrs Douall .... .. O0 5 0 ,, :.G. M'Donald .. .. 0 5 0 ,, Adams .. .. .. :5. 0 ,, J. M'Donald .... O 5 0 ,, urze .. ... `O 5 0 ,, Campbell.. .. .. 0 5 0 ,, Blanch ...... 0 5 0 ,, Crowle 0. . .. O 5 0 A Friend .. .. ... 0 Willnby ... 0 5 0 B...
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
.NOTICE. TO CORRESPONDENTS& The number of onr correspondents, and . desire to maintain: our character for :ourtesy towards those who favour us with communications ,for publication, offering. suggestions, or seeking informa tion, renders it necessary to open a column for the puirpose of returning inswers in order to save postage, :and give our readers the benefit of the an swers which are often of general iptergst. Correspondents are requested to furnishus with a nom de plume, or initials, in order. .hat they may recognise the answer to their question, and prdivent their identity with it for the gratification of the ex cessively curious. -0 PHILO.-You write a good letter, but we don't like the subject. We do not .hink that a man. is entitled to public sympathy after he has forfeited the respect of the public,, although he may have a arge family ; if you-have any sympathy o spare, which after.all is very little good alone, you can find plenty of fit objects to sympathise with,...
(To the Editor of the McIvor Times) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
(To the Editor of the Mcloor Times) SIn,-Excuse my trioubling you with a question or two, the answers to which will be aceeptable to a great number of people in the district. Can the proprietors of anewspaper com pel people to pay for papers that they have never ordered ? Can a man be made to pay for a paper thlat is stuffed under his door twice a-week without his sanction? Has a inewspinper projiioetord pb'ier to force his paper upon people whether they want it or not? e I ask these questions because I with some others, have received very broad hints that we shall be .surmoned to court, if we refuse to hand out the price of a quarter's subscription to the thing " ou have named the " Spark.". If I- have to pay for it I shall consider myself Yours, . VICTIMISED. Heathcote, July 290, 1803.
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
NOTICE. On O an after 23rd July, the followitrg rites o Postage wilbe chargeab:e upon Littets for the United Kingdom via Msrel:!es :-Not exceeting balf an ou .ce, ten~te.te (10d) ; ex. cdir g halt sa Ounce but not .x eedilg ou: ce, one oh'iling and cightpence. (ls. 8d.); above one ou ce but oat exceedihg two ounces, three shi i. g a d fcr teace, (3.. 4d.); above two cun cs but t ot exced nig tbr e ou.ces. five Eh lioos. (5.) E ery ounce .;fter the fist, one shiihcg ani eighti onoe (ti. ?d.) Po:?TaasTr-. PaRst Office, Heathcote. July 23, 1863.
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
While inviting communications on any cu'rrdet or Sinteresting-topio,.we. wishit q be distinctly.. n~ derdtood that we do not bind urseolves to publish any letter. --Nothing? however, will be rejected,. if legibly swritten, unless libellous, or too len.thy for our eolumns; or unless it s?~all lppbfearsfo some other reason that it would be mahnifestly against the interests of our readera to insert it. It is requested that all letters intended for publica tion, be forwarded to this office before midday on WVednesday of each week. - -. . Rejected manuscript is not preserved.
YOUTH AND AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
YOUTH AND AGE.-A man, aged thirty four, was summoned before the Guildhall Police Magistrate, charged with assaulting his wife, aged sixty. The old lady said she would'nt have married sboyoung a man, but his mother made the match because complainant had £600. She said she had married him in great haste, and was now repenting at leisure. Alderman Humphery: Of course. What conld you expect? You wanted a husband, I suppose ? (Laughter.) Complainant : So does every woman. (Great laughter.) His mother had three husbands. .(Renewed laughter.) I was brought up like a lady.: My. brother is a solicitor in Southampton, and my uncle was the mayor of that town. When we were married the, defendant had my money to go into the cigar business, and when he gave that up he sent me into the country for change of Air, .and then would have .me 'back again.. (Laughter.) He makes me live with his mother, and she is a . very dreadful old lady. (Laughter.). Alderman Humphery : Have you ever been married befo...
FLYING STATIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
::'.:-FLYINxG STATIONERS. -JUst ancom p-.pany me, reader, in an imaginary walk through the densely-populated East End ,,of London, on a Saturday evening, and we . 'sll mvt "flying stationers" by the scores. Yonder is one, sunrrounded by a -large gaping crowd. In his hands he holds a bundle of execrably printed sheets of paper, adorned with a vile wood-cut, and he bawls at the tap ofthis voice "'Ere yer 'ave, ladies and gen'lmen, jqst parinted and publish'd-a full, true, and partick ler account of the dr-r-edful ghost Wlnhich hap-peered last night in the Hedg wiare-road," &c. Then he reads a fe.v S lines, just to stimulate curiosity, and sud :denly breaking o f, ss, "bpit as I see S,-several ladies here in a very hintcresting eittiwation, I won't read hawful particklers . .--vich you may have for only one ha' S penny." The delicate allusion to the S female part of his auditory is a fine stroke of policy, for every woman in the crowd instantly buys a paper. Before the pur .cha...
OUR POLITICAL SITUATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
OUR POLITICAL SITUATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AGE. I. Sn,--We seem to be entering into a new era in our colonial political life. The sudden changes that take place in the political temper and opinions of the masses S_,-n,?.n•i'a m'dinnry. . dnrmonstrntijl .t!atl~nl old-fashioned fixed princip.es applicable to ol4. countries are not at all times suitable for the governing of new ones; hence, change of opinion is not only natural, but reasonable, and inconsistency has not the "strict censorious application ais understood in. old and more settled countries. Then, if we agree so fhr, we may account for the - extraordinary unanimity that pervades the C.-public mlidt in 'fvor of the newly-formed G overnment. 1i c.Nearly every thinking mind expresses : an opinion of thle honest character of those who are selected to form the Government, aind their cordial approval of. so natural a coalition--a coalition which enables the Whi.ig Conservative, the Wig, and the Whig Democrat to act upon one c...
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
\'- OICES: APPrnOsCHING MEETINGS. MMunicipal Council.-In the Council Chbinberi, at ý3 p.m., on- Wednesdsiy, Auguist 5th. Heathcote and Waranga District Road Board.--Emen Hotel, at 1 p.m., on Tues. lay, Au'gust 4th. Htospital.-In the Committee Room, at 8 p.m., on Tuesday, August 14th. M?echanics' Institute.-In the Committee Room, at half-past 8 p.m., on Monday, August 10th. Managers of the Heathcote Town and Gold-#elds Commons.-at the Union Hotel, at 8 p.m, on Tuesday, August 4th, Masonic Lodge.-In the Lodge, at 8 p.m., on " Friday, August 7.
MISCELLANEOUS INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
mStQLToANEOUSo ITEItGENCE. On tlioh sibject of exteridin' the time -which registration may be effected under the present Electoral Act, the Chief Secretary stated yesterday, in answer go a deputation .from Richmond, that the Government had it under contemplation to propose in the Bill for amendin; the Act, an extension of time for making up the rolls, fiom the end of august to the last day in October..-Age. The late Government seem to have been again daught at the trick for which the head of that Administration has become somewhat notorious-that of destroying Government documents. The correspond ent of the Ballaarat Star says :-" There appears to have been a Police Bill drawn "hp by the late Ministers, and actually in type before they left office, though the bill had not been printed. Ordinary: people wouild have thought that such a bill having been draughted and set up at the cost of the country, was, to some extent, if not entirely, the property of the country. Pa triotic people m...
OTAGO. COLLISION OF TWO STEAMERS. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
*OTAGO. COLLSION OP TWO STEAIMERs. ORSIAT LOSS OF LIFE. The Otago Daily Times of Monday, 6th July, gives a particular narrative of a fatal steamboat collision which occurred in the neighborhood of Port Chalmers on the pre vious Saturday night. Two of the Port Chalmers steamers, the Favorite and the Pride of the Yarra, while proceeding at full speed in opposite directions-the former towards Port Cihalmers and the latter to Dunedin-came into violent collision, and, says the Tines, " amid the darkness, con fusion, and general'terror which prevailed;, the more tender of the:two (the Pride) filled and sink, taking down with her many of her human freight, and leaving others- waifs- - upon the waters to battle desperately for.. life--some with success, others with help less effort'to avert their fearful fate." Ac cording to first accounts, and as telegraphed from Lyttelton to Christchurch, the num ber said to bd drowned was thirty.two. This appears to be an' exaggeration, as'up to Tuesday,...
Commercial. The Price of gold is £3 18s 6d per ounce. HEATHCOTE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
The lrite o4 gold is £3918s td per .ounce. HEATHCOTE MAI£KETS. : ltr Craven reports Wholesale prices-as follows Beat silk dressed Flour, £14 10s per ton. Wheat, 5s 91 per bushel. Seae Wheat. IU (i ditto. Pollaid, lS 91 ditto. B an. 1',81 ditto, tea[CUloniall] s 6d ditto. Prime seed ditto, 7a Sd ditto, Cape BJrley, 6 (61 dittc. Beat cut Chaff, 83 ditto. -Ly, £8.per ton. -s:atoe?t, £8 to £9 per o?n.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
S :BUSINESS .- DIREOTORY. "aIUF' S xKITN Milliner and Draper, Alma House .Il nmext Orihntal Bank,.High street, Heathcote JAMES iCROWLE; Builder: and Undertaker J; next-Oricatal Bank, Heathcote. S)ilLIP. ORLEldAN,.-.Builder and4 Contractor, . .Huntley, sear Sandhurst ... THOMASG RUAVEN,1 Storekeep;er, Wine aid :. 1 Spirit Merchant, nearly opposite Telegraph RIT[ETHCOTE HOTEL,, High street," Heatl?eot J l-JBAM ES HAY, proprietor. ] EATHCOTE FLOE K MILL. Jenasng :.street., . DlAM. T. GIBSON. Fraiterer, .Poulterer, and ,Grengrocer, sigha?stret; Heathcote. SIVERSON, Teacher of Music, Heathcote .L. HoteL l?VORThIMES offi?e, next Duncan and Co? ' -LHigh street, Heathcote. S Mr ?'~: ANU?E:L: : GCONSUL'ING: M.sIiNG .ENGINEER. QUEEN T,, ?,REE : , MELBOURNE. - . B --F . the special informatlon o! ila wrcteers f tie Rodney Diepatch. "; r S , ' i- :·, ? -; , ,? .. ... : ' , .E . , , , G. ýDI K'ASON;' havinog beear advised by '? many 'friends to' commence business iin Heath cdte'begsito intimite ...