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To the Editor of the McIvor Times. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863
To the Editor of the MfcIvor Times. Sm,-Will you allow me a small space in your impartial journal to say a few words concerning our new Town Hall, the Con tractor, Clerk of Works, and our noble Council. It is almost difficult to come to a conclusion which of the two latter are the most culpable-the imposition on the one hand, and the encouragement of such con duct with?impunity, on the other. But what I desire more particularly to refer to, is ihi last meeting held by that honourable body, in which a letter was read from the Contractor stating that someone had maliciously put apiece of damaged lime in cask of good with the design of getting it condemned, and, consequently, delay the works. It is almost impossible to imagineo a more base act of one man towards another, and yet the Conncil (or at least a portion), seem to think light of it. I would ask-if a similar thing was done to any of their goods, wouldnot theymake an enquiry, at. least, to ascertain who did it, if not to punish ...
(To the Editor of the McIvor Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863
(To the Editor of the McIvor Tmes) Ssn.--The dog is so generally re garded as the faithful friend and com panion of man, that strong suspicions of rIeal unsociability of character, or of an utter want of every benevolent feeling, must assuredly attach to him who could levy an indiscriminate warfare on the canine species, especially by means of scattering poisoned meat around. His heart must be indeed as hard as the nether mill-stone, who could show no partiality for a dog which has been pro perly trained to its duties; but nobody, I think, is deserving of blame for having ridden society of such a confounded nuisance as a noisy, ever assailing cur, but in doing so, he ought to have employed soldier-like means, namely, by shooting it, and not to have resorted to the sneak ing, Italian method of inflicting death. Admitting that dogs ought to be ext;r pated without distinction of rank, in dis tributing poison for that purpose, you may cause the destruction as well of many animals of oth...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863
$amtmertial * TPb risso of gold is £3 l84 6d per ounce. . HEETHCOTIB MAb.KF.TS. 31r Crsvea reports Wholessle prices as follows Beat silk drtsaed Floor, £14 10s per ton. Whbeat, 5 93 per bushel. . Seed 'hbest, G. 61 ditto. Pollard, lo 9d ditto. Bran. Is 81 ditto. Osts [Colonia] Gs 6d ditto. Prime seed cittro, 7s Sd ditto, Cape Balley, 6s 6G dittc. Beat cnt Chbaff, 8s ditto. H" Iy, £8 5s. per ton. Potatoes, £6 to £9 per ton.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863
EBUSIN.SS DIRBECTORY. "'jRS KING Milliner and Draper, Alma Rouse JIL next Orienitial Banpk, Higlh street, Heathcote TAMES CROWLE, Builder and Undertaker . next Oriental Bank, Heathcote. - DBILIP ORLEMAN, Bluitder and Contractor, . Huntley, hnear Sandhurst. TIHOMAS. CRAVEN, Storekeeper, Wine and .L Spirit Merchant, nearly opposite Telegraph and Post offices, Heathcote. TEATHcOTE ITOTxrL ;'IUfgh srre et; liethotse . ;-JAES :IJAY, proprietor. H EATHCOTE FLOUR' MILL Jenning street. . A DAM T. GIBSON. Froiterer; Poulterer, and A. Greengrocer, High-street,-Heathcote. L IVERSdN, Teacher.of Music, Heathcose . Hotel " .r .. . . . "?clVOR TIMES offlee, ncxt'Duncan and Co,'e lt High street, Heathcote. ~Mr. : 11 :MA NUEL CONSULTING MINING ENGINEER 60 QUEEN STREET, " IELBOURN'E. N.B. - Pcr the special isfomation of the writers of the-Rodney Dispatch DLACK :CLOTH COATS, -VEST8, AND D TROWVISERS, also .dark clothing Cleaned and repaired. Ordees left at Mrs. VeALETy'si MILL N.ER, AND .DRISS~AIAKER,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863
IOTICE. On and after S3idu Juty, the fo!owin. rateaso P~titagea illbe chbarg-ehb'e upon, L.tterzs. for the U " ited Kiogdc u via M'raiies :-2No; ~xeeuing :h.lf an ou ce, ten, . ce (10d) ; ex.eedir g half ci, ouCee bs nCt ex eeding, ou ce, one shilling pad eigctpence; (Is a8d.); abovbe ?o: ou~cee but ;ot exceedog lto ouafes.e thr'eeshilitg ai;d flr-' j eJce, (y .'4d.) ;above iwb'icun e buc ,otexed jlg tlree ucacese, fiosh lies (5;) Every utice p~ ter the first, one ehillwg anU? iht;eocei( s. Sd.) tIuo? . l osTES, Pos~t oiii ia~tht Po, eaye23, 63. rout Oi:e; Hoathot Ju~aly 3,183. POST 'OFFICE, HEATHCO IE. SLIST 'OF LETTERS remaiingu Unelaimed at tbis Ofiae,_receired Ilurirg tho wetk ending september 9:h. 1863:-- - jlake, Mr. P.; Chadickl, Thoma : Chid, Ge .ge;,Con:ck,1 Michp.*l ; Dillon. John; Fr ti, P: Pter; : ewi~, Mlr. J. B.; O'N i,Alex nder; Opperwani; O to; Ro' erts; Hugh; Roger-, W. Ptozwell;' Thompson, Josaph; Wi! ijam. Ctlles. -- L. pIoNN?S. Postmaster. NOTICES. aPPROACQING ME...
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. A BBIVAL AND DEARITURE OF TIlE M?Al. The times appointed for the arrirval and depar ture of the lMai:L lla thcoeat for 1853, are as under: From Melbourne, Kynoeton, nnO Mia Mir, daily 1ondayexcrpttd, at 3 30 n.m. Closs for dispatch, dailv, Sunday x.cepted, at 2"30 p,m. From R-dens:te, Whro, I, usr.orth and Mur chiaon, everr 14 ndoy, WV: nesday and F?idav, at *'30 p.m. Clh-ses for des|,atch, on Monday, WVd nmesay and ,rinoy, at 6 p.n~. -·r. ',rm SadhburstWilu I)ock r.nd Axedle, every 4ronday, Wedareotsday, and F'ridlay, ac '0 pm. Ufoses for deopatch on TuOoday, Thurod.y and saturday, at 10 n.m. From Kilmore & PyalonZ, every Monday, Wed neasday sod Fridag.. Close. for dispaltch every Taes day, Thursday, aud Setuiday, at 7"3 a.m, Fr.m Costerfield, every .lord y, Wedurcday & Friday. Closrd bor d-.Iatch at 8 am. &.ctivina Boxos--lr J. Dougnall'e, High stree t Cleartd daily, Sur.dy excepted, at 2.15 -rm. Mr Renwickns Arev!e Gully. Cloarod da...
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863
OBvigi~rnt e~,o in4rertwec. While inviting oommunications on any current or interestino topic, we wish it to be distinctly un deratood tihst we do not bind ourselveo to publiah any letter. Nothing, however, will be rejected, if legibly written, unless libellous, or too lengthy for our columns; or unless it shall appear for some other reason that it would be manifestly against the interests of our readers to insert it. It is requested that all letters intended fbr publica tion, be forwarded to this officee before midday on Wednesday of each week. Rejected manuscript is not preserved.
NEW ZEALAND EXPERIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863
NEW ZEALA.ND EXPERIENCES. i:(From the Age.) i' The following extract from a letter from :::a :miner in Otlgo to a gentleman of this city hais beenr haried us forpublication: :: :Pomahawka, 17th August, 1863 : We have'just had a most fearful snowI . estorm, eccomlanied with the most violent w .ind and calt. The storm began on wednesday last; the fore part of the day was beautifully fine and fiosty; at noon there was a change, thie wind chopped round to the north west, and the snow fell fast, never ceasing until Monday. We were quite snowed up, and could not get any firewood, or have snything cooked; for the last tliree dayis our sufferings were indeed very great. The fill extent of the loss of life is not yet known. One man, a : short distance from us, met his death in the following manner:--He and his mate were in bed, and being ,ncamped under a rock: the snow shunted off and smothered him--his mate escanped by getting up the ' chimney. Two men were found dead on Sthe range about a ...
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Monday, September 7th, 1863. Before Mr. Willoby, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863
HEATHOOTE POLICE COURT. Monday, September 7th, 1868. Before Mr. Willoby, P.M. -' Loouog Chung was brought up charged with the murder of Tuon Tok, and Ah Kin, Lung. Ting, and Yek Kin were charged with being accessories. Mr. Superintondant Wilson applied for the discharge of tihe prisoners with the excep tion of Looung Chung, whom lie asked the Benchl to remand for 7 days, as, in consequence of intelligence lwhich had been received by the police, it appeared likely that a considerable amount of evidence would be forthcoming. The prisoner was remanded for 7 days. Debt.--H. R. Palling v. J. Langlands, £7 9s. Order for amount, and £? 6s. costs, or, in default, 14. days imprison. ment. Debt.-James Hay v. William Crimp, Sub-Editor of the M'Iror News, £18 6s Gd. Order for the amdunt, or 1 month's im prisbnment.
MEETING TO ESTABLISH AND ODD FELLOW'S LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863
MEETING TO ESTABLISH AN ODD . FELLOW'S LODGE. A meeting of persons favourable to the establishment of a Lodge of the Manchester Unity of Odd Fellow's, was held at the Union Hotel, on Monday night. The numerous attendance proved that a: great deal of interest is taken in the mat- . ter. Mr. Thomas H. Moorhouse was voted into the Chair, and Mr. Samuel Parkins consented to act as Secretary, pro tem. The Chairman stated the object of the meeting, and spoke of the: benefits to be derived from joining the Society. He stated that the time had passed for opening a new Lodge this quarter, and that it could not be opened till the 8th of December. He also stated what preliminary steps were necessary to secure the objects of the meet mg. A sufficient number of gentlemen signed the requisition for the dispensation, and the.. naming of the Lodge, the night and place of meeting, &c., was, on the motion of Mr. Sutherland, seconded by Mr. Semmens, re served for the consideration of those who...
Thursday, September 11th, 1863. Before Mr. Willoby, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863
.Thursday, September 11th, 1863. Before Mr. Willoby, P.M. You Ti was charged with noisy and disorderly conduct in the Police Camp. Remuanded till to day. . BREACH OF THE TOWN AND COUNTRY POLCOE ACT.-H. Minter was charged with permitting his horse to wander on the Public Road, contrary tothe provisions of the Town and Country Police Act. Constable Mansfield, sworn, stated that Mr. Minter's horse was found on the road by him-in front of the Camp. Fined 2s.~ fid,and 5s. coats. Paid. Fu'ze and M'Vhne again. Postponed till Saturday. John Martin v. James Hay. Mr. Adiimson for James Hay. SNo appearance of Martin, who sought Sto recover £2 10s. forthe use of an entire Shor e. M" r. Hay expressed a wish to have the :i. case gone intd as it was an attempt to extoirt money. As the plaintiff did not : appear the case could not be heard, andt it :: was dismissed with £1 13s. 6d. costs.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863
T.ednesday, September 9th, 1863. (Before Dr. Robinson, J.P.) --.?.M .v...- nn.Ioi;ncroo wrn clerked wilth being drunk, and was fiied 2s. 6d. - * rgaf ~ oetty. AN ACROSTIC. Come love, come, where theblossom ing trees High wave their boughs to Spring's soft breeze, Re-waking the music of Nature's bright sphere, In silence long held by Winter so drear ! Say then, will you come, and we'll roam o'er the meadow, To where spreads o'er the valley Mount Ida's dark shadow l In pleasures we'll revel, till o'er valley and hill Night, softly stealing, the misty vales fill; And all Nature is hushed, and sombre, and still I J. B. Heathcote, 7th Sept., 18638. BURTONrS , NATIONAL CIRCUS. THIRTEENTH SEASON rN AUSTRALIA T-HIS Unrivalled Troup embraces all the First-class Equestrians and Gym nastic talent in the Colonies. Male and Female Artistes ! Burton's Celebrated Bond is still under the direction of Mr. Gilsher. This Company will perform at Heathcote on Friday and Saturday, 11th ?" 12th Sep. Price...
WHROO. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863
WHROO. (From our own Corresponrlent.) There is a slightly increased activity noticeable in quartz mining, and the White Hill's Ilant which his so long lain in.e tive, will, there is every reason for believing, startiinto vitality once more; Mr. Robert Law, one of the two surviving partners having just returned from New Zealanud. On Blaclava, thle crushing was sus pended dnuripg an entira week, in cnse. quence ot the breaking of a lirge wheel the cog-wheel on the lifting shaft. Mr. Lewis immednliately posted offto Melbourne, had the pattern Iltered to secure increased strength in thie csting, sent off the newv wheel as soonl as completed, per rail to Sandhurst, whrhe. a.dray in waiting, con veyed it to Vhlroo; and on tile same day week on which the. untoward accident oc cunrred, the machine ws again in full work. 1Ihad on Monday, the pleasure of inspec ting the result of three days' crushing, terminated on Saturday, a cake of remark ably pure gold, weighing 102 ozs. One cannot help c...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863
PABLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE The Legislative Council was chiefly occupied on Tuesday evening with the debate on the second reading of the Land Act Amendment Bill. The majority of the speakers were opposed alike to the original bill and to the amendments, and they took exception as much to the clauses affecting the pastoral interests as to those regulating the sale and occupation of lands open to selection. Several hon. members pursued the singular course of opposing the bill, but supporting the second reading, in order, as they admitted, ,thait it might be so altered in committee as to become scarcely capable of recognition. The debate was unusually animated for the Upper House, and was enlivened by several warm passages between the introducer of the measure and its opponents. The tone of the the House appeared generally in favor of a return to the auction system, though no definite resolutions as to the character of the Land Bill which would secure their support were brought forward ...
HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. MONTHLY COMMITTEE MEETING. Tuesday, September 8th. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863
SHEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. MONTHLY COIIITTEE "UEETINQ. Tuesday, S?e?tember 8th. Present-Mr. Hay (Chairman), and Messrs Keene, - Cunningham, Dnncan, Sutherland, Crowle, Furze, and Mr. Adams, Hon. Secretary. The minutes of the previous monthly and special meeting were read and confirmed. The Chairman said that he had seen the Collector upon the subject of the deficienoy --o? in his payments to the Treasurer; he stated to him that he felt bound to press him for the deficiency as it was not like a matter in ... which he had only his own feelings to con suit. He, however, found that the Gol lector had made great efforts to secure to the Hospital everything due from him; the : deficiency amounted to £31 2s. 9d., and the Collector had handed to him an accept-. ance, endorsed by Mr. Taite of Caledonia : .. Gully, for £31 3s. Mr. Taite had subse quently called to say that he was going to -r . America and wished the Collector to re lease him from the liability. It was decided that Mr. Taite's secur...
HEATHCOTE MECHANICS. INSTITUTE. Monday, 7th September, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863
HEATLICOTE MECHANICS INSTITUTE. Mondlay, 7th September, 186;. Present-Messrs: Christie (in the chair), Crowle, Von der Luft, Brookes, Hubbard, Hodgson and Adams. The minutes of the previous meetings were confirmed on the motion of Mr. Crowle, seconded by Mr. Hubbard. Moved by Mr. Brookes, seconded by Mr. Von der Luft--" That the following ac counts be paid, viz: Mr. Ddugall .... £ 1 13 4 Mr. Hodgson, ...... 0 19 0 £2 12 4 The Treasurer stated that after paying the above accounts there would be a balance of £11'7s. 4d. lying in tihe bank to the credit of the Institute. Moved by Mr. Hubbard, seconded by Mr. Crowle-" That the Librarian be in structed to make out a list of all substcribers who are in arrears, and also to request them to pay their subscriptions." Moved by Mr. Crowle, seconded by Mr. Brookes--"That Messrs. Hodgson and Adams be deputed as a Sub-Committee to wait on the Clergymen,, or any-other gentlementhey may think proper, re.cuesting them to arrange a series of lectures...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863
A NUGGET. — A piece of gold, weighing 6 ozs 8 dwts., was found near the town- ship last week by a man whose mate had parted with him very much discouraged with his prospects only two days previously. HOSPITAL.— The proposed alterations at the Hospital will be a great improvement. &nbsp; and will make the mens' ward capable of holding six more beds. ODD FELLOWS.-- Judging from the number that attended the meeting on Monday night, we think it likely that a pretty strong Lodge will be formed on Heathcote. ACCIDENT. — Mr. F. Pontin met with a serious accident while blasting in the Cale- donia Company's mine,— a piece of rock was hurled against his thigh with so much force that it inflicted a serious wound, but, fortunately, did not fracture the bone. POISON.— As Mr. David Thomas was on his way into town from Hayes' Gully a few days since : accompanied by his dog, he had the mortiication to see it die, from the effects of poison, which it picked up at Tooborac. REDCASTLE POLICE C...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 September 1863
MARRIED. MADDISON.-CAMPBELL.-On the 27th of August, at Heathcote, by the Rev. Dr. Leishman, Joseph, youngest son of Mr. Charles Maddison, Hotel Keeper, Tou Lau, Durham, England, to Jessie, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Alex ander Campbell, Spirit Merchant, Edin burgh, Scotland. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. - HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 11, 1863.