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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 Mfclvor Times) SIm,-I observe anadvertisement in the McIvor News, signed Henry Furze, cautioning the public not to pay any accounts to me; this is another addition to the many attempts to injure me of lahite, I may state that while collecting for the Hospital and canvnssing for the M'Icor News, I had to expend money that should have been paid into the Treasurer as per agreement, viz., every I4.days, and which, on my return, I very naturally expected to receive from thi News office, and such an smount as would have paid twice over ill demands. This is not all, for I lent Farze cash, which he should have returned, and as any man of honor would have done. Immediately on my return, he started off to:Melbourne; I then went to the books to make out accounts and purposed wind ing up everything when he returnrd, but founa that there were scarce a credit given. John Poole then informed me that in my absence, Furze had been all over the township and suburbs collecting; h...
Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
Notice to Correspondents. J. T.-Of course it is impossible ,to give sixpenny-worth of literature in a provincial paper like the Times, published in a dis tl'ict like tHeathcote, where the circulation is limited to a few hundred per week; but in England, as you say, you can obtain as much reading for sixlpence, as will last a moderate man for a week. Of course we cannot do this, but it is quite possible to give you sixpenny-worth of fair play, and that may be done in a smaller paper than the Times. A. F.--According to usage the lot should have been entered to you; we think Speed was sold, not the furniture. What can you expect, such people want watching. Your letter is libellous;j we do pot doubtits truths. .
(To the Editor of the McIvor Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
(To the Editor of the Mclvar Times.) Sir,-An idle tale has I find gained currency, to the effect that I was an un successful applicant for the appointment as Master to the National School, andt of course, a relason assigned for my rejection, which is as false as it is unwoathy of notice. I neither did apply for, nor had I ever any intention of seeking the appointment, although urged to do so from various quarters, and if a reason is required,: amongst- various which actuated me in arriving at this decisibin-the prospects in my present position are favourab.e to my ultimate views, and their rea ization wiil be mole congenial to my feelings than theo aplpointment to the National School. SThe weak silly gossips who have en deavoured-doubtless from some sinister motive or other-to injure me in the esti mation of my fellows, may rest assured that if I succeed in tracing it to its source, I shall not tail to hold the originators forth to that just contempt they deserve. - I am, Sir, Yours...
(To the Editor of the McIvor Times.) ROAD DISTRICT ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
(To the Editor of the Mclvor T?mes.) ROAD DISTRICT ROLLS. SIR,-As the Local Government Bill has now become law, manny persons sup pose thut as they pay Road Board rates, there does not now exist any necessity for them to procure Electoral Rights in order to bo entitled to vote for- memneler of Parliament; but when the new Electoral Act was passed, it was not foreseen by the Legislature thalt such great delay would attend the passage of the Local Govern ment Bill, and it was provided by the Electoral Act, "that the Secretaey of every shire, or district should, between first and twelfth days of August in each year, transmit the roll of Iate-paying Electors to the Electoral Registrar." But that appointed time has passed for this year, and it therefore becomes evident, that all persons living beyond the hound. aries of any municipality, if they do even pay rates, will be disfranchised a whole year, unless they take the precaution to obtain Electors' Rights. It would appear by the Local ...
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
O.rigiuif ( roetljo0ndcuce . While inviting commnunications on any current or interesting topic, we wish it to be distinctly un derstood that we do not bind ourselves to publish any letter. Nothing. however, will be rejected, if legibly written, unless libellous, or too len, thy for our columns; or unless it s, all 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 for publica tion; be forwarded to this office before midday on \Yednesday of each week. Rejected manuscript is not preserved.
HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
HEA:L'HCOTE HOSPITAL. The following completes the Sobscripo tions collected by Mr. M'Vane :- John Wilson, Wild'Duck .. £1 1 0 Ed ward Hackett, Raglan .. 0 2 6 11. Mason, Campaspie .. . 1 1 0 T. D. Bywater . .. . 1 1 0 J. Leake, Runnvmede ... 2 12 6 John Hfwkins, Campaspie .. 0 5 0 James M'Kee ...... 0 56 0 Fred. Wescblode, Mi Mia .. 2 9 0 Dr. Bavnton, Darlington .. 1 0 0 . .Goymaur .. .... 0 1 0 A. M'Donald, Sheppard Valley 0 6 0 J'hn King, Mia Mia .. 0 0 Martin Lyons, Glenhope .. 0 10 0 Michael Baird .. ... .. 0 6 0 Alexander M'Laren ... 0 6 0 Eldward Brines, Benton ,. 0 6 0 Thomas Green, Pyalong . 0 10 0 ohn Walter .. .... 0 5 0 J. Scapield .. .... 0 6 0 George Martin .. ..... 0 10 0 Rodoerick M'Kenzie ..., 0 2 6 J. Brtdley .. ...... 0 2 6 Wm.O'Connor ...0.... 2. 6 tobert Leoman ..... . 0 '3 6 'Thomas Roper ., . 0 7 6 Aaron Wright .. .. ... 0 1 6 Wim. Mitchell .. .. 0 2 6 James Egain, Wild. Duck , 2 9 6 vVm.. Freeman, Tooborac .. 1 0 0 R. B. Bond .. .; , 2 2 0 A. MLean, Kimbolton ...
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
: POST OFFICE, HEATHCO LE. LIST .OF LETTERS remaining Unclaimed st this Ofice, rpeCived lurig the we&k cudiog 8eptemher 16th. 1863: ragendatlile, Wir. U. ; Boyd, William ; Chap. . au; G Alb it; : Ci, Ge ,ge; C, ie, W. B. ; Fras r, Jim s; Ha?gtr, Co,.tant; Barringoun, Dan:ul; ,Homn, Oe.rg-; Jo,! s, vr. R. ; .e, Rchard; Lee, :, r. ; 'Ma hews, David; ,D' a es penis; MeL a-, Mr. A.; Ore 'ar., Charles O. Psi li s, P'eter R.; Playforl .n i Van ; Prum roy, William; RHberls, Hugh ; Shepard, C ,a.g .hse, Mrs.; Stelles, Herman; Thum.s, J. It. Teisen, d.r. 3'. 'ost mn ,ter
REPORTED SEIZURE OF A CALIFORNIA MAIL STEAMER BY THE ALABAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
REPORTED SEIZURE OF A CALIFORNIA MIAIL STEAMER BY THE ALADAIMIA.-A telegramn was re teived on Wednesday, at Liverpool, from Lloyd's. dated Barhadoes, June 25th, to the effect that the steam ship Moses Taylor, with 1,000,000 dollars of Californian gold, had been seized by the Confederate cruiser A labamna, andl that the convoying vessel was sunk. 'Ihis report is probably incorrect, as the Moses 'rTaylor was in the Pacific, anti the Ala barna in the Gulph of Mexico, according to the latest advices. Another telegram from Barbadoas states that the prize clrew of a vessel captured by the Florida, bein pursued Iv a Fe.deral vessel, ran hler ashore an'l fired her. The Federal Consul claimed the wvreck, but the Vice-Admirality Court took possession of it. SAILoRs AsuoaE. -- A. letter firom Naples of the 8th July says:-" The St. George, 90 guns (Prince Alfred's recent vessel), screw line-of-battle ship, Captain Egerton, which had been far some time anchored off Naples, sailed out of the bay ...
ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
ENGLISH MAIL. 'he Royal Mail Steam SLip NooTnHAM, wll' be Sdepatch,'d wi h the M,~ile ,o K ig Gs ,ig-'s Sound, Pointde (;alle, tnil., Chin., ohle V ed Serrarean Puortse,Euitos, A,,eric,, ant the Uni.td Sngdom. The time app:inted for closi g a, tLni Offce i. S For g:aserrel Let.er,-2. p.m?, on Thusdas3, 24th iustant. For New-pps.s for the U,,ited Kitgkem, Brittsh CooLai s, nod 1'o:ci.,a Cosatjire. via Soutbamptso, at d f,r all t, c int. rme.ia.e Per a 2.50, p.m., TLursdhy, 24 l1 i sibnt. For Ordioary Letters f r the Uvi-et Kingdom, Bri ish Co on'es' asd F.r.-igao Ccuntries, vie Sou hampton a.d rise i ,,srille, ua.d fr a I t e intermediate Parts-2.3o, p.m., Frild y, 25th ins ant, For Newnp pers via Slarscillcs,--2.3, p m., Friday, 25 h instant. Money Orde a for the Uited Kicgdom, before 2 p.an., uhur'nay. 2s h instant. LI is ugg ~s, d that all stttes iet tited for tr?aisn's.io, oy :he IRtyl 'l it Co, tray t ,?eamer. eahou'd to sceure I wit, Gum or Waf r,, thle us of pea.irg-wax having...
HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
*- IEt I'IOOT'E IhOSPI.TAL. " -EKLY REPORT. .::' .: Thureday, Septembcr 17th, 1803. Num'::". N ber of patients ......... 11 . ' .Receivedduring tbhe week............ 0 Dioohabged relietd o'r cured.....0.. . D:oieci:; ihg.:d inpurable... ." .. 9 p Died ....... . .............. 0 :i---.Out Patients .....$............ . Corr'spobding wreek lest year:-iq in-door; 4 put-door. ' hinese cunning appears to be almost more than a match ,,r Blritish justice. As an instance of how Chinese crituinels some times escape justice, the Ballarat Star states that, one of the fraternity, heaving been caught at night in the fowl-house of Dir. Tredennick, at Mount Pleasant, when ":'prought before the Eastern Police Court, . last week, feigned insanity, and Alh GCoon, the inter preter, stated that he believed the prisoner to be insane, whereupon the bench discharged him on tihe charge of attempted larceny, and had him remanded forb medi. pFal testimony as to the state of his mind. Tle medical attendant at ...
NEWS BY THE MAIL THE POLISH INSURRECTION. CRACOW, FRIDAY, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
NEWS BY THE MAIL; THE POLIS? INSURRE0TION. CRAcoW, FRIDAY, July 17. The insurrection is assuming formidable dimensions in the Palatinate of Lublin. Seven detachments, composed entirely of peasants, form pzrt of the insurrectionary forces. Tihe insurgent cavalry, undler thle command of Taczanowski, gained a victory over the Russians near Kutuo on the 13th inst. A Russian Colonel was killed durning the enjlagement. Thu mounted chasseurs, commanded by Parczewski, de feated a body of Russian hussars on the 10th inst. LEM.BGao, FRIDAY, July 17. The Narodawa Gcvetto repor.ts the spread of the insurrection to the district of Kowno, occasioned by the' entrance of an insurgent corps commanded by Trangott. The notes of the three Powers to Russia are now published simultaneously. Trhey differ notably not only in the word ing, but in spirit. The English note is the most categorical of the three, and tenders a pretty clear alternative of an ac2eptance or a refusal. Trhat of France merely speaks ...
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
APIBOkCIIINQ AEETICaS, Municijr4 Gr-uonci.-Ixi tie Council Clhamher, at . p.m., on Wednesday, 30th September. herathlot District Road Doard.-Emen Hotel, lit 1 p.m., on Tuesh?ay, October 6th. Hospital.-In tile Committee Room, at 8 p.m., on Tuesday, S3ptember 22nd. .MAechanics' Institfte.-In the Committee Room, at hallt'past 8 p.m., on Monday, September 21st. AMana!er. of thie Heathcote Town and Gold:ebls Uummnons.--at the Union Hotel, at 8 p.m., on Tuesday, October 6th. Masonic Lodge.--In the Lodge, at 8 p.m., on Friday, October 2. AM USEMJ ENTS. Heathcote Hotel.--Various, every Mon. day end Saturday evening. NOTICE. M R. JAMES BARNDEN, is our cor respondent at Relcastlh, lie wvlt receive communications for this paper. NOTICE. [g' Several Complaints having been made of the NON-DELIVERY of this Journal, it is requested that all irregularities of the kind be at once communicated to the Tines Office. R. G. FOYSTER. ,Mcl'or Times Office, 17th September, 1863.
Thursday, September 17th. (Before mr. Willoby, P.M., R. Cocks, J.P., and Mr. Stacpool, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
Thursday, Septembsr 17th, : . ;(Before Mr. Willoby, P.M.. R. Cocks, : J.P., and Mr. Stacpool, J. P.) '.: removing Wood from Crown Lands :: without a License.-On the 10th instant, i 5W. O'Dell appeared to answer a charge of : removing timber without a license. The information was laid by Thomas Simmons, :: ::'who has a license. There was another charge of this .charac ter for the 11th iost. Both ceses were postponed till to-day, in order to give the accused an opportunity of suiimmoning witnesses. Debt.- -T. Simmons v. W. O'Dell. T. Simmonssought to recover £5 5s. Ver ""dict fir £3 15s., and 2s. (ii. 'IThe de fendant was sentenced to 6 hour's im prisonment for Iprevarication. :.Before Mr Willoby, P.MI., and Mr Stacpool, J.P. Peijury.-Postponedl from 10th inst. Furze v. aL'Vane again. Mr. Adamson appeared in sluppo:rt of the charge. Mr. r1Milett nappeared for defenidant. Mr. Adamson, in re opening tho case, said that he had no second witness to cull, Sbut, although the Act rendered th...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
S.,??" ' .!:? ommnerd~i~L. . . -.: I -?prias of' cold is J 318.6d per ounce. H1+ArECOTE MARLKETS. 14r Craren ieport \ bolesale prices oas follows Best pilk dressed Floor, £14 10s per ton. ,Whest, Os 91 per bushel. Seed W'bent. 6-61 ditto. Pollard, I 9d ditto. Braan. is 81 ditto. Ots [Coloniel] Go 6d ditto, Prime seed ditto, 78 6dditto, Cape Berley, 6e 61 dittc. Bost cut Chaff, 8 ditto. Hby, £8 5s. per ton. S 2 ' Potatoes, £8 to £9 per ton.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
t: BUSINTESS DIRECTOI Y. . S l Hf KING Milliner and Draper, Alma Housn IL. next Oriental Bank, High street, Heathcote STAMES CROWLE, Builder and Undertaker ' " next Oriental Bank, Heathcote. DIILIP ORLEMAN, Builder and Contractor, S H' Huntlty, near Sandhurst. M*A G... r( 4 CRAVENY, Strek'ceper, .'ine a'nd '.: IL Spirit Mechant- nearly opposite Telegraph Sand.Postoffices.'Heathcote. .'JEATHCOTE HOTEL, High, stiret, Heathcote .JJ .--JAMES:HAY, proprietor. T EATHCOTE FLOtB MILL Jenning * ' street. . ADAM T;.GIB§O8 . Fruitbrer, Poulterer, and 'I: A .,Greengrocer, lligh-stre't, Heathcole. T IVERSONiTeacher of Music, Heathcole. -.', Hotel. , ""irclVOR'TIMES office, next Duncan ano Co.'s -i, f L- ?High street, Heathcoto. :;.,r) ;:-Mr. R.. MA N U.E L ;"', CONSULTING MINING ENGINEER - f 'l:. .- 60 QUEEN STREET, °; -! '. iMELBOURNE. S -" 'NB.- FPor the special iufoimation of the S iti.ý;of the .Rodney Dispatch. 'B . LACK CLOTH COATS, VESTS, AND S-;. TROV:SERS. also dark .Glothing Cleaned ". ...
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
NOTIQ3. SOn an after 23rd July, the followirg r'tes o Poitage witl be obarg-able qpon L-ttets for the . United Kingdom via M 4arces :-No: exceeiing balf an ounce, ten; e ce (1Od ; ex erdir & hali an Scanoe but not x eeding ou ce, oue shilihlg and eightpence. (ls. 8d.); above one ou ce but i ot exceeding two ouies, thre cs.i'ii ga a-d frjr. peace, (3a. 4d.); above two cun es but iot exc cd Slngthrte ouuces. fiv sh:li:)s. (5,) E-ery unuce i: fter the. first, one shilling and eight ence (ts. 8d.) L. MolNNES, POSTMASTEB. SPost Offl:e, Heathcote. July 23, 1863.
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
POST OFFICE, HIEATHCOTIE. £ 1YTAL AND DpIARTURE OF THE MAI.S. The times appointed for the arrival and depor Lthre of the Maisie ia Heuthcoot for 1863, are as gnder From Mirelbourne, Kyneton, anr I?;a M1i, daily ' Monday excepted, at 3 30 e.m. Closeo for dispatch, dailv, Sdoday exceptedl. at 2"30 p.m. From RUdcPstle, Whnro, luanoworth and More obieon, evnrv Ionday, W"r.'nreday ~,ln Fridav, at -9?-30 p.m. Ci eens Lfrdepampbh, -ou Monday, WVed mes i?ay aDd Friay, at G |,.m. S From Sandhuret,\Vild Drek aLd Axedale, every donday, Weednesday, and Fri.lay, at 1?0 p.m. Clsees for depatchr on Tuecad.y, Thuroedy and GMourday, at 10 s.m. From Kilmore & Pyalon,. every Monday, Wed. menday atd Friday. Closes fur dispatch every Tnes day. Thursday, and Saturday, at 7,'3 n.m. From Corterdeld, every Mlood·y, \Wvtdaerdy 5 F" 'riday. Cloyel lor d-el atch at 8 aso. " eceiviuo B x s-3lr J. Douali'e, HIigh stree t Cleared duily. Su,dy exceptetd, at 2.15 pi'm. M: llonsick'n Arovle -Gilly. Cleartd d...