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HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Friday, 28th August, 1863. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Mr. Stackpool, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863

HEATIICOTE POLICE COURT. Friday, 28th August, 1863. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Mr. Stackpool, J.P.) Debt.-Thomas M Vane v. Henry Furze. Mr. Millet for complainant, Mr. Adamson for defendant. T. M'Vane sought'to recover the sum of £21 9s.,which he had reduced to £20, to bring :it: within. the jurisdiction of the Court.. " Mr. Millet asked Mr. Furze if he had brought his book, as he had a notice to do so; Mr. Furze said there are no hooks. Mr. M'Vane said there are, or ought to be books, for he had made entries in them. Mr. Furze-Yes you have had too much to do with my books. The Bench ordered Mr. Furze to pro duce his books, and postponed the case till Monday, to enable him to do so. Thomas Ford was charged with drunk enness, and wa~s fined 2s. 6d., or in de fault of payment, 6 imprisonment. Debt. - Franeis Rogers. v. William Marsh, £6 Cs. 8d. This was an ad journed case. Mr. Millett appe:ired for defendant. Dismissed, plaintiff to pay 21s. costs. Same v. Jeremiah Tohin. £4 Os. 2...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEATHCOTE UNITED TOWN AND GOLD-FIELD'S COMMON. September 1st, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863

HEATHCOTE UNITED TOWN AND GOLD-FIELD'S COMMON. September 1st, 1863. Managers present - Messrs Palling (Chairman), Thomas, Aitken, Watkins, and Craven. The minutes of former meeting were read and confirmed. The following Correspondence wus re ceived':; From Thomas Merrifield, asking ain :interview; fiom Henry Playford, respecting the damages on his roan bull; fromn Mr. W. Freeman, informing the Managners that he had not received r:ny written communication whatever fiom the Secretary, respecting non-impoundibng of cattle. The Secretary explained that he had not written to Mr. Freeman in consequence of his having, seen that gentleman, aind explained the matter to him thlly, when be promised to lay the.subject before his Managers the first opportlnity ; 'and that subsequently, Mr. Freeman reported to the Secretary, that no arrangement could be come to unless the Heathcote Mana gers would be tied down to certain stringent conditions. *Mr. Craven moved-"That the Secre. tary have full powe...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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Monday, August 31st, 1863. Before Mr Willoby, P.M., and Mr Stacpool, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863

Monidj,-August 81st, 1868. Before Mr Willoby, P.MI., and Mr Stacpool, J.P. Debt.- T. T M'Vane v. Furze. T. ,1'Vane sought to recover a .debt of £9f4 s., which he reduced to £90, in order to bring it within the jurisdiction of the Court. T. M'Vane sworn, said: I was Col lector to the Hospital and Canvasser for the M'Iror Ners from 16th May to the 25th August; the agreement made be tween me and Mr. Furze was verbal; I was to have thirty per cent. on all ac counts which were the result of my in fluence, anil ten per cent. on all debts collected by me. On Tuesday, 19th May, after I had received the appointment from the Hospital Committee as Collector, I told Mr. Furze that I had a more ad vantageous offer from another party ; he then offered me thirty-three per cent.- on everything connected with the paper, and board when at home. I was in his em ploy up to 25th August; I had no. words with him, bilt I left in consequence of'I finding that Mr. Furze had not given me credit for monie3 se...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863

PERPURY.-At the Redeastle Police Court, on Wednesday, Mr. M'Gee was committed to trial for Perjury, which it is' alleged he committed in his defence in the assault case of Clark v. M'Gee.. ODD FELLOW'S LODGE.--We are happy to seathat the attempt to form an Odd Fellow's Lodge at Heathcote is not likely to fail. A meeting will be held on Monday night, at the Union Hotel, for the purpose of making the preliminary arrangements. We wish the"movement every success. NExv ScnooL.-We see that Mrs. Marston intends opening a school, near the Council Chambers. We hope she may succeed. Mrs: lMarston furnishes another proof that the ladies of this country are equal to those of any other in their determined opposition to adversity and affliction. POISONIxG Does.--It is not long since a yaluable lot of dogs were poisoned at Wood Park- Farm, under circumstances which led to the belief that it was the resultof malice, and last week another wholesale case of poisoning took place at Tooborac. Several f...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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HEATHCOTE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Tuesday, September 1st, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863

H 'EATHCOTE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. ` Tuesday, September 1st, 1863. Members present--Messrs Matheson (in the Chair), Freeman, Cooks, Egan, and Robinson. Minutes of previous meeting read and confirned, on the motion 'of Dr. Robinson, seconded by Mr. Egan. CORRESPONDENCE. The following letters were received and read:- From. John . Macgregor, Esq., M.L.A., respecting finances;- from Roads and Bridge?'Office, on finances ; from Chas. J. W. Russell, -C.E.; from Immigration Agent, enquiring particulars as to the pro bability of new arrivals finding employment in this district ; from Mark .Hayes, Too borac, offering certain portions 'of land re quired for road purposes by the Board, either by way of exchange or for a fixed sum; from Blayney Walsh, enclosing ac- count for £5. Considerable discussion took place as to the propriety of receiving this letter ; it was contended that the ex pense was incurred without the sanction of the Board : : - Dr. Cocks moved, and Mr. Freeman seconded the motio...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Wednesday, September 2nd, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TVednesday, Septemnber 2nd, 1863. Present=-The Chairman, Crs. Hay and Craven. IINUTES. The Minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COnnESPONDENCE. A letter from the Treasurer concerning the grant to Municipalities was read. A letter from Mr. M'Gregor, M.L.A., stating that the reason why the Heathcote district is not proclaimed a district under the Weights and Measures Act, is, that the Government had not a sufficient number of sets, and asking if it would be of any ad vantage to amalgamate the district with Sandhurst, and that he had used every endeavour to prevent the Act from being enforced until the people of the district were in a position to ascertain whether their weights and measures are correct. From the Town Clerk at Richmond, en closing a petition praying for a repeal of.the clause. of the Constitution Act, entitling Ministers to a pension after two years service. From James Spreadbury, asking the Council to put a sluice box into the slu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863

, - :, IMPOU DIN G. A XE-CREEl.-T-n.punded at Axe Creek, 16th Augtis- 1863, for Ma Hg is of Azecale Farmers' Commons:--Tespass is. e ch. $47 Bay-hborse. star, snip, lo:e ta.1, shtd, hhl.d fetlocks wt ite, 191 above a diuannd offoshilder, two blotches off n, ck 948- Bay mare; long tail, star, blad corusetsr wqoite, Snear should r JN On.l9th Argust, by A. McGann, for Managers of Stra hteld-aye hnd Fedgwiok Farmers' Oem;e mong.-Tr s:ats 1it. rach. 862 White and back spotted'cow, slit near ear, near horn snaily, WO or C near rump, a heart near thigh. 063 Blue cow, WP off rurp, FP off thigh 064 White stetr, slit ne: r tar, CSBoff rpp?p 865 Strawberry cow, off pr mi:ied, down horns, OR off rump 066 Strawb: rry cow, slit off ear. JH off ribi $67 White bull calf, red spots en neck, ultbranded If not claimed and exi enses paid, to be slid on 1Oth September. 1863. GEO e. OLOUGIHL!N, Peundkeeper. 1IL1MOK E.-linpound.d at Kiltuore, 19th .:-August, 1883. 572 Brown, hore, off hip dawn, spip nHse,...

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REDCASTLE. September 1st, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863

REDCASTLE.   (From our own Correspondent.) September 1st, 1863. Mining news is not very important, the only items worth notice are the crushing from the Hit or Miss Company's No. 1. claim, which gave the handsome return of 130 ounces of gold from 14 tons of stone, the produce of one month's work, and a lot of stone from Spring Creek, crushed at Mr. Clark's Machine, and which produced 4 ounces per ton. The party have made arrangements for the crushing of 100 tons from the same claim. There is nothing doing in the alluvial here, the old gullies being completely swamped. Our Electoral Registrar has not paid us a visit since the 1st of August, nor have I heard that he intends doing so ; and though he has sent some of the Lists t0 be sold at 6d. each, the people of Redcastle are not quite satisfied at being so much neglected. There is some talk of holding a meeting on the subject. Business is quiet.

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EXTRAORDINARY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863

EXTRAORDINARY ACCIDENT. There is probably not a gold-field in the colony of Victoria but can furnish its ac- count of " most disastrous chances" and " moving accidents," but we doubt if any thing in the history of "hair-breadth 'scapes" can parallel the following :— At twelve o'clock on Thursday last, Mr. Henry Wood started from Mr. Parkins', for the residence of his brother, Mr. Peter Wood, for a long time the respected mining manager of the Linscott's Company. It it necessary to state that Mr. Parkins and Mr. Wood reside on opposite sides of the range, along whose crest runs Linscott's Reef. From the time above stated till Saturday morning, as no tidings were heard of Mr. Henry Wood, his friends became anxious, and whilst his brother came into the township to make inquiries, Mr. Parkins and his mate, in their anxiety for the missing man, went to look for tracks of him round some old shafts on the reef. Passing near an old hole, which, like many others, was "caved in" a good deal w...

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(To the Editor of the McIvor Times) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863

(To the Editor of the McIvor Times ) Sir,— Not a year passes, without some one or more persons being drowned in the Muddy Creek, (about four miles from here on the opposite side of the river.) Last Tuesday, one of the most melancholy cases occurred, that it is possible to imagine. A party, on their way from Gisbourne to settle upon a half section of land near Albury, passed this on Monday, with their wives and families, three bul- lock teams, one-horse waggon, 50 head of cattle, fowls, and everything apparently necessary for a comfortable homestead. They crossed the river here and proceeded to the Muddy Creek ; on Tuesday, one of the men and part owner, attempted to cross the Creek on hoseback, with a rope round his waist. The horse would not swim, and he was pulled out. He made a fresh attempt upon another horse, with the rope in his hand ; the horse swerved, and he fell off, calling to those on shore to pull in, but in the excitement of the moment, he let the rope go. None of the ...

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Original Poetry. A FLOWER SHOW. (An Answer to J. B.'s Question " Why Don't we have a Flower Show ?") [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 4 September 1863

A FLOWER SHOW. (An Answer to .J. B.'s Question " Why Don't we hace a Flower Show ?") Oh yes, we'll have a Flower Show, Wlhen Summer comes again; And Flora decks the hill and dale, And beautifies the plain. There'll be Piggot with his Balsams, And George Smith with the Rose; And Fulton vith'. his Fuchsias And Geraniums, I suppose. James will bring Rhododendrons And violets of true blue ; And Matheson, at Knowsley, Will send in some flowers too. And then there is Mill Haven, And Freeman down the road ; Let the cart call on John. Thomas, And he'll soon make up the load. There is Perry, too, the Postman, And Shakspeare down below, Who have flowers enough between them, To make a decent Show. We'll have a fairy bower built Upon the Cricket Ground I - And Iverson will give us Some sweet music I'll be bound. Can't you fancy how. we'll revel In a scene so gay and fair ; For it will not be all posies, There'll be living flowers there 1 And some of them, too, are quite as fair As flowers of th...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863

NEW ZEALAND. Auckland New PEyniouh I Blenhclm Picton.. Christehiirc R? ssel LCollintgwobd Timaru " D~unedi"":': ?:-' ' ape~i-'. . -",' -Inv~ervurgU1? ' "W'ltehuna;?" " X ui api o... . Wellington., K lyttelton Whiagani. .. NaIier. : Whaigare Nelsen:;

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863

- '· r; WES CERN AUSTRAL A Albaiu Neweastle o": Auscralind Northani Beverly Perth a Bunbury ! Pingarrabt. " ::i ii Canniag Sw. an Jhanmpior Bay Serpentine Freemantle Yssp " Gingin Victonia Plaini. mi Oreenough.,. • T.nerenook.:?,. , Gudildord i - York K Irwn Rve

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POST OFFICE REGULATIONS FOR THE ISSUE AND PAYMENT OF POST OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863

POST OFFICE RGoGuLaxnoS 0oR.TnE ISBUE.AND .PAYM rT oF Posr Orac MIOEY OnDEnRS. His Excellency the Governor, w'th the advice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to di rect thh publication of the followinpg. Regulations for the issue and payment of post oficeomoney orders in the Colony of Victoria; and the public are hereby informed'that in conformity with these fegilations, money or4ors may heobtaine.d and be made payable -at the. undeymentionec places, on and after the steJuly, I868:- ,1., Places. and timesof isssue and payment.- )Monley orders may beobtaindd and be mado' psy, able at the follow pg places, viz.: The Post Ofice at Melbourne Ditto Oeelong . Ditto Ballasirat'. Ditto Se sandhurst ,:P. Ditto Castlemaine Ditto Beechworth - : Ditto :Kilmore Ditto Maryborough" Ditto" Ararat - ' ' Ditto Pleasant Creek S - .: Ditto W'illiamstown :: ' Ditto Portland Ditto Belfast. S Ditto Wsrnsrphool between tne hours of Ten ae.m. and Three p.m. daily-Sundays exoepted. 2. Limit of amoun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863

IMPOUNDINGS. -TEATH?OTE.-Impouodcd at He theote, 22n, .L.' August, 18GI6, I y Mr. Jas. R. C nn r, fo . e lanpgprs "f Wild I)uck Cipck Common. 'frespas Is. each. p14 Whi e cow, , ff car no!chcd, CO off ribs .015 Biown hifer, no si-ib'e b and (-h 25rth August, b'r W. 1. & J. H Raher:soao, ' Eqra. 8j7f Yel!ow and White cow, nur ear marked, IS! So:ff romip, 2 off ribs 38 -Red ahd ahhi.e bu l ca'f pr geny of 637, un. branded (.mue date, by Mr. C. NelOn, for the IMaogGerS of . H atheoto Common. :P39 B d ard ohite spo:ted bu'lq:k, bo'hears marked, AP near horn, WV car luio, U near . Oip 26rh Augus', by same. S4) Black bub ok, cook horn', liece off of ear, Stg ring toe on, TD rear cib·, mK Vc:j'i3neI offrump, like tK n arribs (the tp reyersed) : Oa 27th August, by ame. 643.63 Twety-.one hear. of heifers and steers, Swal;lw tail iT ,ar, MP ,ff rump, some of them Slike LC Very f.int near aind off ribs - On-- 98th Aderit, by Bogh Robertsdn, Esq. 664 Straewborry cow, off ear slit, 3MP o...

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GARDENERS AND FARMERS' CALENDER. SEPTEMBER. [September in Australia corresponds to March in Great Britain.] [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863

RGAR UJTI. --A~1ID FARMERS' OAIJENDER, . 'r ? p. .TE M E R . (September in Ab stnlia •corresponds to March-in.Great Britain.]. -KITeCHnN .ifEilN .---If our sngges tions have beenitrried out, there 'will be *biat few crops to put in this month:'- - Asparagus will be now in perfection. In Qutting, be careful not to injure the jleighbouring buds. Broad Beans.--A few more seeds may be sown for a succession. Pinch off the tops as they commence flowering. EKidney Beans.--If this month be warm a few seeds of early Dun may be tried, pud White Prolific. Cirrots.-Sow main crop of jall sorts. Onions ma?j-still be sown with adygan tage. Turnips.-Sow moderately. Parsnips.-Sow largely. i Leeks.-SoW:and plant:out. i Potatoes.--The maii crop should be at once planted. The kinds should be Ash Leaf, Kidney,-Silver skins, Early Frame, and Early Shaw. Where the haulm of any of the early crops have been damaged by the frost, remove the injured leaves and draw earth up to them, they will con tinue to gro...

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HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863

REA'TlOOTE HOSPIA'rL. ". . eaLY nEPORT. Thurady, Septembcr 10tih, 1863. " " umber of patienta .....,-t......;. . 11 Receited during the week.....;..... : P Disoharged relieved or eured......... 4 Dischaiged inourable...........?.:. 0 Died ..................... ....... 0 Onut Patirnts ....................... 3 Coirnsponding week hlst year:--7 ip*-doqor; 4 .P .-door. S The political opponents of Sir Henry Barkly appear to have determined that he siould not be permitted to quit the colony without"first receiving a record of their eniuring hostility. On Tuesday, in the Lsgislative Assembly, Mr. M'Culloch brought before the IHouse an address, agreed to in committee, expressing regrret at the approaching delparilure of his Ex. colleecy, and the high sense entertained of the valuable pullic services rendered by him to the colony; and also acknowledgnmg the integrity, judgzient and imp:rtiality wit.h wicht he liii alway's discharged his Sobligations as a responsible (;overnr Messrs Haines, ...

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Our Column. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863

Q?llll C?fllrlill" For those who have had a bad crushing those who cannot get a crushing,.those who have been puiddling unpayable stuff, those who have been sinking shicers, and those whose bunsiness will not permit them to laugh without a cause: --0--- A LITTLE TALE. At a tavern one night, Messrs More, Strange, and Wright Met to drink, and good thoughts exchange; Says More, "Of us three Tihe whole town will agree Thereisonly oneknave, and that'sStrange." " Yes," says Strange (rather sore), "1 am sure there's one More, A most terrible knave and a bite, Who cheated his mother, His sister and brothel." "Yes," replies More, "that is- WVright." "Have you ' Watts on the mind ?' " in quired a customer, of a bookseller's ap prentice. "No, sir," replied the young green; "but I have warts on the hand." Life is full of contradictions; but woman takes very good care that we shall never hear the last of it. Master Tom (who sees a coloured men dicant): Oh, don't I wish I was a nigger, like him. ...

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LORD DUNDREARY'S LAST [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863

Lo?n DUNDREARY'S LABT.-I? think, -thomihow I-I have rather a call for widdles. It's a gweat pity I can't turn the t-talent to some account-in-m-ake a sort of p-pwofession of it-take out a d-diploma at some college of conundrums ahd-b-become a kind of Licenscd widdler. This is my latht:-May it please your Royal Highness! What is tile d-diff wence between the Pwincess of Wales and thi ancient capital of Egypt ? The diffe wence is this-You spell Alexandria with one i, but Alexandra has spelled your RIoyal Higness with two.-Lozldon Society,

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863

THE duration of the McCulloch Ministry I depends upon the adoption of a bold and straightforward policy. They must not forget that although they havo the confi dence of the representatives of the'people, that all the details of government are carried out by men who are their enemies. I The Ministry is exactly placed in the same 1 position as a captain, who has incurred the hatred of his officers; the officers oppress the crew, and give them to understand that it is by the captain's orders that they are treated with severity, and the captain at last becomes an object of hatred to all on board ; and so it will be with the McCulloch administration, for the principal officers of departments and understrappers, or at least the most of them owe their appointments to the late Government, and are willing to serve their former masters in preference to their present ones, whom they secretly wish out of office. Anybody who has heard of the orders that have been given to Inspec tors of weights ...

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