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Monday, September 14. Before Mr. Willoby, P. M. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
, Mi onday, September 14, Beforeo. Mr. Willoby, P.Mf. -L.ooun Chung- was brought up on re imand, charged wvith rho murder of Tuon Tok. Mr. Millett appeired for the prisoner, Sand asked for a remand for one weel?, to o:t:give the prisoner time to communicate :wiih his relations, who live at Morse's Creek. Remanded for 7 da's.
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Saturday, September 12th, 1868. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Mr. Stackpool, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
8£.HE'THOO1'E. POLICE COURT. a'': i".aturday; Beptember 12h, 1888. .(Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Mr. ...... . , tackpool, J.P.) Abusive Lsnguagoe. -Braitbhwaite v. 'Donely. No appearance of Braithwaie. Dismissed, Complainent to pay £1 is. -costs, or three day's imprisonment. The Charge of Periury..-Furzo' v. r4'Vane. Mr. Adamson, who appeared "for Furz, apliped for a postponment, ai Li.e could not go on with the case in the S in the ahsence of a witness-M.r Robinson SCocks. Postponed till Thursday.
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Wednesday, 16th September, 11863. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. -. Wednesday, l6th September, 1863. : " Pfesent--,Cr. Hay in the ehair, :ra.... Fynn, and Walsh. The Minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The ¶town Clerk stated, that lie had c?llectei rates to tile aulaunt of £71 sitio the last meeting and he believedi that he would h- able to collect the whole of the rates due, without resorting to coflpulsory mnensures. The report of' the Sub Committee ap. pointed to enquire into the. bet means of securing punctuality in. the delivery of the mails, was brought up anid reald. The Sub-Committee are of opinion that it is impossible to induce tihe Government to alter tihe route at tiLs advanced peirod. of the year. Cr. iHay said, he didi nob see'how it coauld be brought about this year; the ilteration from the Kvnetvn route would be attended with very considerable ex-,' penre; . there is al post oflice at Bai-fold, and one atr. the Mia-miia, Ire coulh not say whether they were necessary or not, nor did he wish t...
PAPER COLLARS AND NECTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
PAPER COLLARS AND NECTIES.-ThO most expert eye of a lIe~ent Street Iinen draper would not be able to detect the clriever imiitation of the most. improved Eglington and Prince of Wnles collar. made of paper. The most critical eye in matters of dress will not he able to pro nounce on the genuiness of many of these elegantlv made collars. Tle success of the papler collars in'London hns' induced many ingenious devices in other, articles of dress. Perhaps the most extraordinary of these is a paper Dundreary necktie, which may. be had for 21., and with ar imitation gold pin, 4,t. Standing at the length of a vard-stiok from a peson wearing one of these pape. neckties, the Tittlebat Titmouse of a London drapery would price it at the orthodox rate of 3s Gd. The inaper from which these ties are made is manuli'ctured to imitate the leading' patterns of cloth.-Mtacniren an4 cameron's. Paper Trade:Reiciw.
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
REVISION OF ELECTORAL ROLLs.-This is?ho 'day' appointed for holding the Re vision Court. We believe the Registrars have rcceived no nptice of objection to any name on the lists. HOSPITIAL SusSCnlPTION LISTS. - In. another column will be found a list of subscriptibons collected by Mr, ?eVane previous to his suspension, and after the publication of the last list. THE FLOOD.-Rain commenced falling on Monday, about 10 o'clock a.m., and continued without the slightest cessation till early on Tuesday Morning, it was not a series of showers more or less heavy, but it rained in torrents throughout. The creek rose, and by cutting off all communication iyith the people on the eastern side, made anbther practical appeal for a bridge, that quite supersedes the necessity for a leading article upon the subject. A CAPsIzE.-Mr. Hanson and another person who was with him in a spring cart, were thrown out, while attempting to cross the creekl, at the back of Dr. Roti}son's residence,, and" Mr. Ilanso...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
WHEN Mr. M'Culloch announced the fact of his success in forming a Ministry, com prising men whose names are a guarantee against any danger from'too great a leaning towards that terrific bugbear, democracy men whose names appear sufficiently as sociated with Conservatism to command the confidence of the more honest portion of nAmos-fnd favoui in teo Chambor of Com merce, and are hailed with delight and satisfactionin the villas of Hawthorn and St. Kilda, whose advent to office was also welcomed by the mining communities as a guarantee against corruption, abuse of patronage and the subversion of justice the much maligned democracy of the Vic torian gold fields, looked upon the Ministry as a sort of compromise that would be ac cepted by the Colony and the Upper House, the former actions of which body had been benevolently ascribed to a groundless fear of democracy, rather than to a wish to act unjustly. But what reason have we any longer to suppose that the Upper House is actuated by a...
SCHEDULE A. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR GOLD MINING LEASE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
SCHEDULE A. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR GOLD MINING LEASE. I THE undersigned, hereby give notice that, after the lapse of seven days from the date hereof, I will leave with the Warden of the Mining Division of Waranga, an application for a Gold Mining Lease, the particulars whereof are hereunder set forth: ,? §.. 3 o , . , 0 . o ., ( 00 as ~D c*o 1 " 3 iii'. I ? I 0 0 ;; U. 14 a l1 co ! I *cl . .i I• 1" 0-,. :* .a " | 0 C3 0,-,-?d L 0 0o 1 ., -0P O a,____ a0 . -1 . -&lt;^s c3 c d 0 0 Mm d 0 -3 '3
Our Column. For those who have nothing else to laugh at. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
For thosa who have nothing else to laugh at. TtE11I.ARKETS.-Gold scarce and in demtind;' we understard that Mr. Camp boll is pi'epared to offer a slight advance upon current rates for a few tons. Molvon HORSE BAZAAR business has been very dull fi'or a long time past, with out anysign of improvement. The well known Cob, brandled Al o V A N E, was sold a fewdays since, and a very useful and patient animal, branded J A C K, was knocked down. Very few well-bred animals have been seen in thismarket lately, wh;ch may account for the decline of business. STOCK.-Pigs and goats are offering freely, holders evidently being afraid of MIr. Tim O'Thy, and a wish to keep them out of the way of a Mansfield may pos sibly act as an inducement to push sales. PossoN.-Good clean samples, Demdike brand, fit for 'l'own use, £17 10s. per ton ; dd-Dirk Night aind Bloody Dagger brand, fit for the Toobolac market, £15. WHY is the letter "o" the most charitable letter?-lBecause it is found oftener than any ot...
REDCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
RED JASTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) There have been a few good crashings here this last fortnight, the best of which, from the Welcome Reef, Mr. John Clark's, 12 tons stone, gave 137 oz.'s of gold. Messrs Burgess & Co., Welcome IReef, Staffordshire Flat, 83 tons stone, gave 125 ounces of gold. This reef may be reckoned second to none in the district, either in thickness of reef or the remunerative quality of the stone. The Perseverance Co., Curly Dog, crushod 9 tons for 18 onnoos 18 d.,te. gold. This party are still sinking and intend to strike the water before they open out; they are now 180 fqet deep. There have been several other crushinge, all more or less payable. 'Altogether, Redeastle is, I think, looking up a little.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
NOTICES. NOTICE. ITBATHCOTR UNITED TOWN AND GOLD. F IELD COMM~ON. Any person ~'ciring to HRgisttr Cattle for the above Con men, my do so any day, by applyi, g to the Registrar, at the Road Board offic?. HENRY STEPHENSON, S.Regie'rr. 2 OTICE.. 1D FIELD, begs to inform the inhabi tants of Costerfield and vicinity, that he has purchased the business lately carried on by Mr. W. Anderson, and hopes by supplying a first-class article at moderate prices, to secure a share of their support. Costerfield, 17th September, 1863. 25 to. FOR SALE. FOR SALE, Valuable Freehold Properties, MlcIvor, DATCHET FARM, (Subject to a Lease.) IHE FARM contains 122 acres, half a Smile frontage to the high road, well fenced and sub-divided, a creek running through it; cottage, barn, stock-yard, garden, orchard, vineyard, and about 50 acres cultivated. Also a good BRICK HOUSE, Garden, &c., in High Street, Heathcote. A COT TAGE and VINERY, next Survey Office, ,and Two Detached Allotments. Titles un_ exce...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
I MPOUNDINGS. Bif- ATHCOTE.-Irnpunduc d at He thcee, 22n1 -L. Aougst, 1S63, y Mr. Jas. R. C nn r, fo t .e MIangers. ef Wild Duck Creek Common. - Trespass l. enach. , 614 Whi e cow, off ear ro'ched, CO off ribs .6t6 B owan It ifer, no ni ibe brandl , Opj 2hh. August, by W. H. & J. U Rcbcr's.o, E'qrs. 03?: 7. YeI 'ow eand white cow, ner ear a ar ed, IS "*',: b ff: " rump, 2 off ribs bi,3Sliedad ed n iie be 1 ca'f pr, ganp of 617, up !!'brand d I Same date, by Mr. C, Ne' on, for the IMannagers of H nathcoe Comimoe . :- 39 R.d ard ,h;te opu ted bu:eI k, both earn zn:gsrked, AP near hor,, W near Itiu, 1 near snap S' On 26th Auges', by aam. "-: , " ?B lack buh ck, cock humos,- liece off off ear, cvgupling ro e on, TD near ribs, m eeonjoined -off.rurnpli1e e nt ' aiih tie; revi vraid) 0 - O27th Aueust,.bv.same. - 043.63 T?oe ty-one bea l of hoeir. rsand storo. Stwall w tail f MPr, - I f rump, streu of them itie LC vory f.het ear, tnd off rbi , On 28th August, by Hugh ltolertoon; Es...
GARDENERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDER. SEPTEMBER. [September in Australia corresponds to March in Great Britain.] [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
C0ARDleER-S -ANDl FARMERS' . *;:' ,, CALENDER. SEPTEIBtEI. [':4?[?ptetmbe in: Australia corresponds to Mr.;: : arch in Great Britain.] ,.8:":KvrceIs. G u?ou:N.-If. our sugges .tions have been carried out, there will be but few crops to put in this month. Asparagus will be now in perfection, In ,cutting, be careful not to injure the De?ghbourng. buds. Brood Beans.-A few more seeds mny ...be sown for a succession. Pinch off the tops as tlhey commence flowering. ...Kidney Beans.- If this month -be warm a few seeds of early Dun may be' tried, 'f"aind White Prolific. " Ca(rrots.-Sow main crop of all',sorts. ? .Onions may. still be. sown with adyan :I~;:gage: ". : ý T:.- ::urnips.--Sow moderately. C;_ z..Parsnips.-?Sow largely. Leeks.--Sow and plant out. S?.; gtatoes.--Tlie main crop should be at -.once planted. The kinds should be hAsl e,17.Ireaf;Kidnev, Silver skins, Early Frame, e.n:' midEarly Shaw. Where thia haulm of e;;- ny of the early crops hav.e bo?, damrnged : ,by tbe:frost, rem...
ATTACK BY THE NATIVES AT RAMA RAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
ATTACK BY THE NATIVES AT RAMA RAMA. (By Electric Telegraph.) [From the Correspondent Southern Cross.] Attack of natives on a working party of the 40th. Two men engaged in clearing bush above Rama Rama Camp saw Miaories gliding towards them. The men ran to meet the escort, and saw the men rushing across the road for the arms of the 40th, and carried off 20 odd stand of arms; no ammunition. The escort carte up, firing into the successf 1 natives. The latter killed twvo of the 40th with their own arms. One man of the 18th wounded. A party of armed bushmen fired a volley into the flying natives. Natives retired west. Three natives killed. One pulled down by a large Coromandel dog ; on getting up again, the man was shot. A reinforcement of fifty-three rank and file of the 12th regiment arrived at Auck- land on the 25th ult. from Sydney, in the s.s. "Claud Hamilton," and further re- inforcements are daily expected from Mel- bourne and Tasmania. A chief named Tumnhue, one of the. King's Mi...
ANNUAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION, HEATHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 18 September 1863
ANNUAL IMUNICIPAL ELECTION, HEATHCOTE. At a meeting held on Thursday night, 17th inst-, at 8 o'clock, at the fldathcote Hotel, the Chairman of the Municipal Councpil, Dr. Rtgbinson, stated that the meeting had been advertised in the Mel bourne and Local papers, and had been called to fillup three vacancies in the Town Council, caused by the retiring from office by rotation,. of Messrs Walker, Walshe, and Robinson. The Chairman briefly reviewed, the posi tion of the Council in pecuniary matters, and spoke of the desirability of planting trees on each side of the street. He as sured anyone wishing to take the responsi bility of a seat, that the old Council had left little for them to do; He then invited those parties intending to propose candi dates to do so. Mr. H. Thomas proposed Mr. John Grant. Mr. Macintosh seconded the propo sition. Mr. E. Hall proposed Mr. W, Routledge. Mr. Youle seconded the proposition. M]r. D. Rogerson proposed Mr. J. Dun can. Mlr. Dickason seconded the propo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 25 September 1863
IMPOUNDINGS. REATIICOTE.-Impounded at Ic.thcote, 22nd ,i-s August, 1S63, bt y Mr. Jas. R. CG nn r, for e'? Managers cf Wild Duck Creek Common. Trespass Is. each. -:.014 \Whi e cow, .ff ear no'ched, CO off ribs 616 BTown I ifcer, no oi-ib:e bland On 2t:h Airgust, by W. H. & J. II Rh:br'sn, Esqrs. .67 Yel'owand vhite cow, near ear marked, IS off rump, 2 off ribs 6f38 Red and hi:e bn I ca'f progeny of 637, un brand d .Pame date, by Mr. C. Nelon, for the Managers of HI athcote Common. 039 Rd ard white spotted bullq:k, both ears marked, AP near horn, W? near Iiao, C near i On 26th Augus', by same, 0t4 Black bull ck, cock horns, piece off off ear, epp!ling roe on, TD near ribs, mK conjoined off rump, like t-I n, r ribs (the r1 reversed) Oa 27th Augstl, by same.. 643 3 Two ty-one hens of heiftrs and steers, Swall w tail f' tar, MF. ff rump, soma of them like LC very f.int near and off ribs On 2Slh August, by Hugh Robertson, Esq. 664 Strawberry caw, off ear' slit, MP off rump, JB 1I...