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POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
i / OST OFICE, HEATHCOTE. - AST OFP LETTERB rimainina Unlsimed at tbis Offie, receivtd duriug thL wctk e-riog Jul) 29th., 18683:-: . Bel, Mr Chas. '.; Bishoff, Mr Wilte'm; Bride, Mrs E-twrdl; Buck, MrTh m s ; Dicken pon, F..W.; Doran 'lhama; F o or, Pa ri k ; lcKean, S.; cLsen, M. . 4 :i-Nulty,.Ed aid ; .rarkinson, Wrm.; Taiiin, .i.liam; illiums, DanielP.-; WoolcjyJohb. L. McINNES. Postmaster.
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
POST OFFICE, -EATHCOTn. AUYIARIL A1D DEPAnTUIE OF TIE 3IAILO. The times appointed fir the arrival and depar tkuorf_the Mailo in Heathcote for 1863, are as under: From Melbourne, Kyneton, and 3ia Mis, daily Monday excepted, at 3 30 a.m. Cleans for dispatch, saily, annday exeepted, at 2.30 p.m. From Redcastle, YIhrno, Rushworth and Mour chbison, every Monday, Wcrdnesday and F,idav, at 8'S0 p.m. Closes for despatch, on Monday, Wed ' nesay and Friday, at 0 p.m. From Sandburst,Wild Duckand Axedale, every htonday," Wednetday, and "Frilay, at IO3 p m. CIose for 'deopatch on Tuesday, ThnrEday and Saturday, at 10 a.m. .Frcm Ktlmore & Pyalong, every Monday, Wed neaday and Friday. Closes for dispatec every Tane day,- Thursday, and Saturday, at 73 1 a.m. From Costerfield, every 1orady, Wtductdny & ?riday. Closed for depatch at 8 am. Soceiving Boxes--Mr J. Dougall's, IIigh street Cleared daily, 'u.dr excepted, at 2.15 p'm. Mr Renwick's Aroyle Gally. Cleared daily, Snmday excrpted...
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES ARE AUTHORISED TO BE TRANSMITTED IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS 1TInDERn W~1CH TELEORAPHIO MESSAGES ARE AUZuOtBISED TO IE TRA!NSMITTED IN VICTOEIA. 1. To lessen as much as possible any liability to e.rorini the transmission of Messages from defec: tire manuscript, it is desirable that the use of Figures: should be avoided, and that words at length be substituted; and the public;, in using the Electric Telegraph, are requested to be particular in giving a full and correct address to every Mes sage, so that the least possible delay in delivery mSay occur. - 2. Messages will be transmitted in the 'order of their recep~tan, and no precedence will be: allowed, except for speo:al despatches on the service of .the' Government, the arrest of criminals, and in cases of pressing emergency, sickness, or death. A. All Messages will'be held strictly confidential. . 4. Payment of Charges in advance will be re quired, except for Replies 'to listerrogatbry les, sages on which the sender may have written the words '...
Thursday, 30th July, 1863. Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Mr Stacpoole, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
* Thursday, 80th July, 1803. Before Mr Willoby, P.M;, and Mr Stacpoole, J.P. Assault.-Daniel rnd Barney M'Carey were charged with assaulting ;Mary Ann Acott. of Upper Costerfield. Barney was discharged; Daniel fined 50s., and-2s Gld. costs. : Daniel acid Balney M'Carey were charged with assaulting -Henry Acott. Daniel was discharged and ' Barnay fined 50s. and 2s Gdl. costs. Debt.-Duncan & Co. v. John Orr. The defendant did not appear in conse rluence bf illness. .Mr Dale proved the debt of £4 Os:, and said he was~ willing to wait till Mr Orr obtained his money; he only wanted to be safe. From the Mielbourne Correspondent of the Bendigo , Advertiser.--On.. Tuesday next, when Parliament assembles, sonme cnrious fhcts will most uniloubtedly be disclosed. To speclate too :minutely on the position individnal members will as. sume, would. even at this hour be danger ous-certes, however, that at least florty three will be on the Miriisterial side. The resignation of )r Owens has g...
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
MECHIANICS' INSTITUTLE., A Meeting of the Sobsridbers to the Mechanics' Institute, was held on Monday nightthe 27th -instant, to receive* the half yarlyf report- of the Commnittee. The meeting 'was not :s well attended as it ought to have been. Mr. Hughston in the chair. The Honorary Secretary then read the report. It was proposed by Mr. Brooks, that the report be adopted. Seconded by Mr. Hay, and carried. ComIrlTTEE MEETING. The minutes of the, previous, meeting were read and confirmned. Mr. Vanderluft stated that he had fulfilled the office of canvasser to the Institute, being asked to do so along with some other Members of the Committee, he was sorry to find that they had not done their duty, he thought. the Institute needed: a. little out door work, .and thought that those who undertook the work should perform it. CORRESPONDENCE. A letter was read from Mr. Dwight, stating that hecoild not allow a discount from the account rendered by him, as it made out at cash prices, he had -h...
Mining Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
Siiiinons' party are still crushing at the Caledonia. They clear up to-morrow, and will no doiubt be rewarded for their labour. Mlr Simmons, sen., informs us that his party expects to be able to get out another chrushing very shortly, from which they expect a pretty good "show." Iverson and Co., at Lower Costerfield, are sibining a new shaft to catch a leader which is highly auriferous, and was struck in a drive 65 feet west of their" presenit shaft. Mr O'Dwyer and party are still sluicing in Golden Gully. Brookes and Rawes, in spite of the late rains, stick to the foot of Long Gully. Hayes' Gully is the most important field of operations in alluvial mining. We havl heard one shaft from which 2 oz. 4 dwts.:" as'takln off the bottom. There are between 150 and 200 people there. By way of Sydney we liv~ later intelli gence frori Auckl:nd, New Zealand. From the extracts there does not appeal' to be any great probability of itn: attack upon Auckland, but rather that General Cameron has d...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
.Tns Representatives of Rodney have in variably sat upon the opposition beoches of the Assembly: and there can be no doubt that the possition has been far more honor able than advantageous; but it. is some satisfaction to know that we have never been sold-that our Representatives have always redeemed their promises as far as possible, and although the district has never been blessed by the sunshine of Ministerial favor, the political consistency of Everard, Gray, and M'Grcgor, will invest the constitueney with a character for honesty and devotion to political justice, that must secure to the district the just consideration of any honest Ministry, ''ho lato L?inn.try strugglod hrd to got hold of Rodney, and when they found it impossible, they were mean enough to break not only their, own promises, but those of their predecessors. A police magistrate was stationed at Echuca for a long time while Rushworth was left without one, notwithstanding the continued repre sentations of the inju...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
NOTICE. M R. JAMES BARNDEN, is our cor respondent at Itideastle. He wvi receive coiulmmunicatlons for this paper. NOTICE. MR. ROBERT GEORGE FOYSTER is appointed by the Proprietors of this Journal, their PRINTER AND PUBLISHER, all Advertisements and Business Communi cations will in future be addressed to him. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY. FRIDAY. JULY 31; 1863.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
HI ATHCOTE,-Impotnded by :Mr. C. C. S. Anning.-Trespass Is, 493 Red and white steer, notch- of ear, like JA off ribs. On 5th July, by R. Cooks, Esq, 499 Roan cow, W in diamond off shoulder 500Rdeanid white steer, W in diamond -near shoulder .. 508 Yellow and white spotted heifer, no visible brand 594 Red and white bull, no visible braind ;05 Yellow and white bullock, ddwn horiis, WFM near ribs (the WF conjoined) Oni10th July, bysame. 512 Grey horse, short switch tail, F near shoulder, like C off neck, like f off shoulder, hobbles on, lame in off fore fdot 513 Cream colored horse,: white on -near hind foot, no visible brand If not clainied and expenses paid, to be sold on 5th August, 1868. JOHN HAMILTON, Poundkeeper. M cIVOR CREEK. - Impounded at McIvor Creek, 6th July, 1868, by Mr. T. F. Mackenzie, for W. T. Mollison, Esq.-Trespass is. each. 600 Red and white heifer, straight horns, like N near rump 601 Yellow heifer, straight horns, like S or C near ribs Same date, by the herdsman ...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
. AccCCENT AT REDCASTLE.-Whiloe Mr. Robert Dondy was cleaning out the Crushing Machine of Watson & Co., on Saturday, one of'the stamps fell upon and crushed one of his fingers. He came into Heath cote and placqd.himself under the treatment of Dr. Robinson,-he will lose .a portion of the finger. MAso NI:BBAtt.-Wo :see by advertise minet in another c?lumn; that the Heath cote Masonic Anniversary Ball will take place at the Heathcote Hotel, on the 26th of August. The great length of time that has elapsed since the lovers of those re unions have beenindulged will no doubt cause the present ball to be highly sne cessful, : THE ELECTORAL REGISTRATION. -Mr. Moody _is using every possible means to get the people registered. He attended at Costerfield, on Wednesday, and at Hayes' Gully .yesterday; he previously sent out posters announcing his intention to visit those'places : : To-day is the lagt day for taking out rights, for a place on the first general roll under the new Act. The ...
Our Column. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
F7l) iose'bho have had a bad .crushig, those who cannot.get.a orushing, those who have been puddling unpayable stuff, those whoahave been sinking-.shicers,- and :those -wlidI business will not permit themi to laugh without a cause: - --- -- pWhy is.a fowl's neck like abell? "WlieiAit s wrung for dinner. 5Why-is the sun like a good loaf ?-Be capq&it's ,ight when it rises. Why is a windy orator like a whale ? B1iuse :lie often rises to spout. 'Wi is biri a greedy creature? Because it never eats less than ajieck. When is alady like a trout?-When she takes arfly-that brings her to the bank... SWhy is a.hog the most extraordinary anialiCin 'creation?-Because you first kill-him-and afterwards cure him. T 'Coie,:sheer off," as the ram said to the man who was cutting off his his wool. There is. no doubt that the noisest and nost troublesome animal in Noah's -ark was Mis Sham's baby. Life: is full of. contradictions; 'but woman.takes very .good care that we shall neverhear the last o...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
LATEST INTEILIGENOGE . (By Electric Telegraph.) [pImOac OUR o LBOURNE CQRRESPONDENT.) Thursday Evening. The riturn of Mr. Michie for Polwarth has. given occasion to a meeting of Mem bers of the Corner, to discuss tactics for the coming campaign. Democratic Mem bers' are -rather favorable -than otherwise to the Ministry. The weekly e3corts are 29,142 ounces. ?The. Star of India .has been ..released from. quarantine. ...Upwardsof one thousand new chums arrived yesterday. and to-day.
POST OFFICE REGULATIONS FOR THE ISSUE AND PAYMENT OF POST OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
POST OFFICE REGULATIONS Fii oTII' ISSUE AND PAYiEIT OFP Puost OrIces MONEY OniDEtS. HisExcellency the Govertor, w tb the advice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to 'di. rect thh publicatifh of the following B Regulations for the issue and payment of post ol"neS money orders in tbe Colony of-Victoria; and the public are hereby informed that in conformity with these regulations, money orders may, e obtained nd be made payable at the 'indermentioiled planes on and alfter the Ist July, 1858:- '1. Places and- times of isssue. and paymen. Money orders may be.obtained and be made pay able at the follow ng places, viz.: - The Pbst Office at Melbourne'e Ditto- Geelonig Ditto. . Ballrat;.' Dittp. . Sandhurst Ditto Castlemaine 'Ditto' Beechtobrth " S Dittr Xilinor ,: : -Ditto .. Mlarylbrotigh ..Ditto . . Ararat, J , Ditto Pleasant Creek Dittd " ' Williainstown S Ditto 'Portland Ditto Belfast - ;-: Ditto "Varnambool between the houras.of-.Ten -a.m. and Three p.m. daily-Sundays exeepte...
GARDENERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDER. JULY. [July in Australia corresponds to January in Great Britain.] [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 31 July 1863
GARDENERS' AND FARMERS':! CALENDER. JULY. [July in Australia corresponds to January in Great Britain.] Seakale.-Cover some of the earliest plants with pots, and put some rough lit ter round to start them into early growth. Peas and Broad Beans.--May now be sown extensively. And those up should have the earth drawn up to them. Fotatoes.-Plant a few early varieties, but not where the morning's sun shines too early on them. The sun kills when the frost has got hold of the haulm. Spinach.-The prickly variety may be sown. Sow Salads, such as Cress, Mustard, Radish, &c. Cabbage and Cauliflower.-Sow largely of early sorts, if not previously done. Carrots.--Sow again sparingly. Scotch Kail.-Sow largely. FuaiT GARDEN - Vines sahould be pruned, cuttings put in. Old vineyards dug, and new vineyards made. Fruit Trees.-Prune all kinds of fruit trees, Peaches fruit on the wood made last season. Apricots on the same kind of wood. partly,' and partly on spurs., ThS majority. of Plums fruit ...