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HEATHCOTE HOTEL—ADJOURNED MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 October 1863

- HEATHCOTE HOTEL-ADJOURiNED S MEETING. Present -The Chairman, and Crs. Youle, Fynn, Grant, and Hal.. Mr. Crowle was in attendance. A message was sent to Mr. Orr, who carea in and asked the Council what he was wanted for. He said: " You are not acting proper; I can't stop, I can't answer any questions; yon have no right to act in this way; I'm not a seryant of the Council."-going The ChPirman said : Don't go away Mr. Orr, I reqnest that you will remain here; you are in the employ of the Council; who pays your wages but the Council; it is in the power of the Council to dismiss you. Afir. Orr than orpressad his wciIlingnoaa to remain at the request of the Chairman. Mr. Crowle brought forward the charge. S Mr. Orr said he wrote three letters to Mr. Flannagan, and it was not his fault ; bhe did not like to take too much upon himself, but when he did not get an answer from Mr. Flannagan, he took upon himself to give the instructions. The Chairman said the Clerk of the Works had cleared h...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 October 1863

LTE.THCOTE.-Impounded altlie.thote, 22nl L.- August. 1863, ly Vr. Jas. R. C. nner, fo t' Manegors of Wild Duck Creek Comqlon.- Trespasa sl. each. 614 Whi e cow, cff ear ro!ched, CO off ribs 615 Brown h ifer, no vi-ib'e brand On 25th August, by W. H. & J. H Rcbertson, Ecqra. 637 Yel'owand white cow, n ar car marked, IS off rump, 2 off ribs 638 Red hand whitoe bull ca'f progeny of 637, on brand, d Same date, by Mr. C. Nelson, for the Managers of 1 athcoteo Commbn. 639 Rd ard white spotted bullock, both ears marked, AP near horn, W near loin, C near sump On 26th August, by same. 642 Black bull' ck, cock horns, piece off off ear, coupling rote on, TD near ribs, mK corjoitaed off rump, like t' n' ar ribs (the t' reversed) Oa 27th August, by same. 643-63 Twenty-one head of beil.rs and steers, Swall w tail cff ear, MP off rump, soma of thenr like LO very f.int near and off ribs On 28th August, by Hugh Robertson, Esq. 664 Strawberry paw, off ear slit, MP Qff rump, JB MiP JB off ribs...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 October 1863

The Iris: of gold is i." S1 Sd per ounco. BEJTCCOOTIh MAiRKETS. Mr Craven reports Whbolceale prices as follows P: et ilk dressed Floor, £15 10s per ton. Wheat, is 9d per bauhel. Seed Wheat, (i 6 ditto. Pollard, 1e 91 ditto. Broan. s 81 ditt,. ("ids (Colonial] 6s 6d ditto. Prime leed ditto, 7s 6d ditto. Cape. Barley, 6s OJ dittc. Boat cut Chaff, 84 ditt. SHay, £8 5s. per ton. Po:atocu, £8 to £9 per ton. POST OFFICE, HIEATUCOTE. ,AERI'AL AND DEPARTURE OF THIE AILMS. The timer appointed fo: the arrival and depar : are of the Mails in Heathcote for 1St3, are a: neder: From Melbourne, ISyneton, and 31ia Mi, daily bMonday excepted, at 3'30 r.m. Closes for dispatch, daily, Sunday excepted. at 2"30 p.m. From Redcastle, Whroo, Rushworth and MIur chison, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at -r t4r0aO p.m. Clone. far desatch, on Macday, Wed mesday and Friday, at 6 p.Z. Frim Sandbnr.t,\Vild Duck and Axedale, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 1.30 p.m. Closes foi de patch on Tuesday, Tho...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 October 1863

- BUSINESS DIECTOBRY. 'N{)RS'KINGiMillisier and Draper; Alma House .111 nenQrieitalI3ank,;High:street; Heathcote 27 39 JAMES COIIWLE, Builder and IUndertaker next Oriental Bank, Heathcote. PHI~IP ORLEMAN, Bui'der, and Contractor, Huntley, near Sandhurst. • ? .': . " "" . " . 16- 28 : m1.lOUt " i GT~t(R ArYE?'s, *kec , nad and Post omfioes; iethote. -t _ ATI H OTfl3r ( H hoTEL, High street; Heathiote -_ AMJttB 1HAY, proprietor. '.Gr gr cr, Hgh-shterat;r Hpotheste -. . :I IERSON,~ Teartberb of l4'uausn Heatht e e `: COI\SULTI1t I ,ININGi? E.N EE.ER -: ' ELBOURNE.: on :: sale, Agricultural Implements Drays, Wheelba'rows,° Blacksamith's and ,Mining: Toolsf , &c. Shsicilg naun obbing execiuted with the titmessa careon4 bdistet:h: 17 29 O.. :OUGALL, Stationer Bookseller and News':Agen, adjoining a E chanics' Institute; .atd oposite- f ount 3da hotel:...- . , TIHOM'AS CRAVEN, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, _ High Street, Heathcote, IHAVING completed the additions to .his pre m .ises, and bei...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A SHEFFIELD MANUFACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 October 1863

A SHEFFIELD M3ANUFACTORY.-PaSS ing through the entrance and down a flight of steps, we found ourselves in a courtyard, suirounded by some thirty or forty smithies roaring and ringing in chorus, and peopled with woi kmen,stripped and grimy. We enter one. Its occupants are a "maker," and a "striker," the former beivg the skilled artisan who fashions the work, the latter being the labourer who submits-brute strength to the better guidance of his companion. A long strip of steel passed over a chisel, stuck end up in the anvil, is smitten at a given signal by the striker, who wields a huge hammer, and at every blow a piece of steel, the length ot a pocket-knife blade, falls into a bowl placed for its reception. And then the bellows are blown, and the sparks and the dest hiss up, and, the pieces of steel are thrust into the fire; and, ' while the striker blows, the maker with his pincers turns the pieces over and over, thrusts them further in, draws them nearer out, and dredges them with ...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEATHOOTE HOSPITAL. WEEKLY REPORT. Thursday, October 1st, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 October 1863

J1I~ETHOOTE HOSPITAL. WEEKLY REPORT. Thureay, October 1st, 1863. : Number of patients ................. 12 Received during the week........ .0 Discharged relieved er cured...... ..: 1 Discharged incurable...........i.. 0O Died .......... ........... ..... Out Patients ............. *...:..:.::." 3 Corresponding week last year:-12 is-door; 2 cut-door.

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GARDENERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDER. OCTOBER. [October in Australia corresponds to April in Great Britain.] [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 October 1863

Gl4RD1NERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDER. .OCTOBEI. " Oetober in Australia corresponds to April x in Great Britain.] " K cicuNGkARnlcs.-As September has beeu very wet much will have been left to be done on heavy soils in October, but advantage should at once be taken to bring up arrears, as the summer will shdrtly be apon:us, In putting in any crops now, no green manure should be used, it would increase the liability of the roots being deprived of moisture early in the season. All manure, at this season, should be well -decayed, and cow, or sheep's dung, or guano, is most desirable. Carrots and Parsnips. - Thin out to about two inches apart at first, and when they have grown a little, and may be used ip soup, ac., thin out about five or six Inches apart. Beet.-Thin out, and in wet weather plant out if necessary; sow again for a succession. . Salify.--Scorzenara and Chicoryshould also be thinned. Keep the hoe going amongst all growing crops, not merely to kill the.weeds, but to stir the soi...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 October 1863

Notice to Correspondent*. PETER PIPECLAY. - Your suggestion deserves consideration, it is good, and from the readiness with which the compans has always responded to a request to do good, we imagine if they could make it conve nient, there will be no. obstacle in the way of carrying it out. VIcT?m?.-Youri. letter came.too late we think Mr. Lavender has a very Rosy billet; we will insert your lotter next week.

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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(To the Editor of the McIvor Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 October 1863

(To the Editor of the MeIvor Times.) Sir,-I hope you will excuse me for throwing out a hint to your Heathcote Amateur Ethiopean Delineators. I am an old Rushworth man, and I was surprised to witness the performances at the Heathcote Hotel, about six months ago. Mlen are never thought so much of at home as they are where they are strangers, al though I, hear they have performed for forty weeks in succession, wlhfch says pretty plainly they are favorites at home. Now I think if they could spare the time to take a tour through the district, to Rush worth, Murchison, Whroo, and Redcastle, and give entertainments for the benefit of the Hospital. they would be well received, and take back to the. Treasurer, a pretty good sum. I am Sir, Yours, &c, PETER PIPECLAY.

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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VOLUNTEER RIFLE CORPS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 October 1863

VOLUNTEER RIFLE CORPS. A meeting was hell on Friday evening last, at the Heatheote Hotel, for the purpose of making arrangements for raising a volunteer -corps. There was a pretty good attendance. Mr. W. G. Adamson, was Chairman, and Mr. Adams acted as Secretary, pro. temn. Several gentlemen addressed the meeting, and the following committee were appointed to carry out the objects of the meeting: Messrs. Sutherland, Dale, Hall, O'Meara, Von der Luft, Wilson and the Chairman. It was then proposed that the Committee meet at the Heathcote Hotel, on Thursday, and the list be left open at Mr. Dougal's, for signature. A vote of thanks to the Chairman, con cluded the meeting.

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Our Column. For those who have nothing else to laugh at. Cause and offect : gin and bitters. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 October 1863

Outr (i lIttu n. For those wli haave nothing else to laugh at. 1 - 0 Cause and effect : gin and bitters. The head of a good. old man, like a mountain-top, whitens as it gets nearer to heaven. If you visit a young woman, and you are won and she is won, you will both be one. A dead hen is better than 'a live one; she will lay wherever you put her. Many a preacher complains of empty pews when they are really not more empty than the pulpit. How should a lover go into his fair one's house ?-Always with a ring and never without a rap.-Fun. "Anything to please the child," as the nurse said when she let the baby crawl out of the nursery window. Snooks thinks that the maxim, " there is more pleasure in giving. than receiving," applies chiefly to kicks, medicine, and advice. An inquisitive editor says he has seen the contrivance American orators use when they ' warm up with the subject." Ho says it is a glass concern, and holds about a pint. A tavern-kesper at Leigh, Lancashire, is apparently...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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Tuesday, September 29. Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Dr. Robinson. J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 October 1863

Tuesday, September 29. Before Mr. Willoby, P.M.., and Dr. Robinson. J.P. Francis O'Neil was charged with being drunk, and fined 2s. Gd. Adjourned Wages Case.-O'Neil v. Cocks. Mr. Cocks; sworn, said: I have made out a true copy of complainant's account from: my book. The account was handedt to the Bench, and Mr. Cocks read out the itenms from his bpok, among which were some curiosities in their way; for instance: "Drunk 5s.; beer 3s.; hat and beer 11s. Od. ; tobacco again, previous plug lost; lollies, ale, beer pickles, medicine, whip and propstick, two bags of potatoes, and tea meeting tickets." By Mr. Millett : I gave complainant an account last week, the items were gone over by Mrs. Cocks and myself; the difference in the items of the former bill and the present one are errors; the entry of 5s. and 10s.-?1 5s., is an error; the money. was due to the complainant or ,I should not have let him had the things there was an understanding that he should; pay 5s. when he got drunk and neg...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 October 1863

While inviting cormnunications 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 column:s; or unless it s' ail 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 e forwarded to this office before midday on We17 esday of each week. Rejected manuscript is not preserved.

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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NEW ZEALAND. SUCCESSFUL RAID BY THE NATIVES, CAPTURE OF FORTY TONS MILITARY STORES. Sydney, 28th September. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 October 1863

NEW ZEALAND. SUCCESSFUL RAID BY THE NATIVES, CAP TURE OF FORTY TONS'MILITARY STORES. Sydney, 28th September. The Kate, from Auckland, New Zealand, brings later news to the 11th inst. On the 8th the rebels attacked Cameron Town, where the canoes were landing military, stores. They killed Mr. Army tage, the police magistrate, and sixteen friendly natives. Two Europeans ire also missing, and are supposed to have been killee. The rebels stole forty tons of military stores. Fifty men of the 65th were despatched in pursuit, to recover the property. They encountered 200 Maories, many of them perched in trees. Captain Swift and Privates Grace and Bellinger were killed, and Lieutenant Butler and two privates were dangerously wounded. Lieutenant Butler, although wounded, shot two Maories with his revolver. Ser geant M'Kenna then took command, and repulsed three attacks of the natives, and retreated without loss, conveying Captain Swift's body to the Queen's redoubt. The General complimented h...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 October 1863

RoAD BoARD.--We are compelled for want of space, to. omit our report of the Road Board Meeting. The following officers were appointed :-Ai?ditors-Mr. W. Yoale and :Mr. L. Byrne ; salary, £-: 4s.; per annum. Treasurer-Mr. James Hay, with a gratuity of £10 10s. Clerk, Valuer, and Collector-Mr. Henry Stephenson ; salary, £225 per. annum. The Engineer, when appointed, will be required to reside in the district, at a salary of £250 per annum. MANAGERS WANTED.-Parties desirous of becoming Managers for the Town and Gold-field's Common, must send in ap plications by the 21st instant; we wonder to see so much apathy in this. department of public duty. The owners of Stock should lookout, some fools may get in and do a deal of mischief, and then it will be-. "' Who'd a ;thought it?" MEETING OF BURGESSES.-At the elec tion of Assessors and Auditors, for the Municipal Council, there was no attend ance of Burgesses; the Mayor, Mr. Yonle, Mr. Furze, and the Town Clerk being all present. Meessrs. Cr...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 October 1863

IMPOUNDINGS. SUGAR LOAF CREEK.-Impounded at Sugar Loaf Creek, 9th Septembr, 1863, by Mr. Daney. 1101 Bay horse, s!ar, RJ n atr houlder 1102 Bay coh, I one, S. p. near shoulder 1103 Brown hora", blOch brand n, ar Fhoulder 1104 Brown hose, collar m..rked, like b'otched 51 o" H near thoulder, PP noer muop 1105 Chrsout hors, sear, gff near shoclder If nt cla;med and exheuecs paid, to to sold on 7.h October, 1863. J. Mi. FERRELL, Poundkeeper, HEATHCOTE.-Impounded at He uo.cote, 12th September, 1863, by Messrs. W. El. and J. H. ltcb rtson -Trespass le. each 751 Black mare, stir, white on off hind foot, swi'ch, AB nuar shoulder, CK off shouller, off hip down 4 On 13th Sep'embor, by same. 752 Bay filly, IN near sh ulder, off hip down If not c laimed and exp ns:s pa d, to. be sold on 21st October, 1863. JOHN HAMILTON, Poundkeeper. 1UIA-MIA. .- Impounded at Rededale, 16 h S116 ptember, 1863, by MIanagera of GeienLili larmrrs' Commoon.--Trepasa 61. 334 Bay mare, snip. few gr-y heirs on f rehea...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Monday, September 28, 1863. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Mr. R. Cocks, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 2 October 1863

,.HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. " M-onday, September 28, 1863. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.Mf., and Mr. R. Cocks, J.P.) : ; Drunkenness.-John Friend was charged with being idrunk by Constable Mansfield. 'iThe iccused pleaded guilty, and was -fined 5s., or 12 hours imjiiisonment. Henry Furze v. Currie and Stephen. Mr. Millett for Mr. Furze, who sought to recover the sum of £2, for advertising in the iM'lIor News. Mir. Furze stated that Mr. Currie gave him permission to insert the advertisement. Mr. Currie is at Ballarat, and Mr. Stephen asked for a postponement. The postponement was granted upon Mr. Stephens paying £1 is, the cost of the day, which Mr. Stephen said he was willing to do, rather than submit to an Imposition. Case postponed for eight days, in order to give Mr. Currie time to appear. Debt.-Francis O'Neil v. Thomas Cocks Complainant sought to recover the sum of £22 15s., for wages as a hired servant. Francis O'Neil, sworn, said: I was en gaged by lýr. Cocks as a farm servant on 5th ...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GARDENERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDER. OCTOBER. [October in Australia corresponds to April in Great Britain.] [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 9 October 1863

GARDBENERS' AND FARITER8' CALBNDER. OCTOBER.. [October in Australia corresponds to April in Great Britain.] KrrTcHEN' GARDEN.---AS September has been very wet much will'have been" left to be done on heavy toils in OCtober, but advantage should at once be taken to bring up arrears, as the summer will shortly be upon us.. In putting in any crops now, no green manure should be. used, it would increase the'liability" of the: roots being depaived of moisture early in 'the season. All maniire, at this season, should be well decayed, and cow, or sheep's dung, 'oir guano, is most lesifable. Carrots and Parsni3ps. - Thin out to about two inches apart at first, and when they have grown a little, and may be used in soup, Bo., thin out about five or six inches apart.. Bect.-AThin out, and 'in wet :weather 'plant out if necessary; sow again for a succession. SaLsfy.-,Scorzenara and Chicory should also .be 'thinned.. Keep. the hoa: going amongst all growing crops, not merely to kill the weed;, bu...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 9 October 1863

Heathotonte nited Methodist Free . Chiurch Bazaar. T HE following contributions are grate fully acknowledged, there are nume rons other articles promised, an4 will appear in a supplenentary list : DMrs. Keene, 4 ladies trimmed bonnetts, 6 chemesettes, 3 bead collars, 2 crinoline skirts,.1 doz. plaid socks, 1 doz. thread gloves, half doz. tooth brushes, 5 igant powder toxes, 1 box of flowers, Mr. Sharman, 1 quarter of beef. Mrs. Sharman, 8 fancy pin cushions, 1 fancy bread cloth, 1 looking-glass cover,. 2 fancy ladies aprons, Miss. Hughes, 2 lamp mats, 4 tea-pot mats, 1 doz, blind tassels and covers. Mr. James Christie, 1 Kerosene Lamp. Mrs. Parfery, 5s. cash. NMrs. Spreadbury, 4 lamp mats, 1 dos. yase mats, half doz. teapot mats, 1 fly cage, half a doz. ehildrens' frocks ,, Spreadbury Sen., 10s. cash, 1 gold ring, and 1 doz. baby linen. Mr.Preston, 1 doz. ladies cotton stands. I~Seat***ME C~'Of.Y adbsur J and PrPston, 1 eofs bed. Mr, Alsop, miniature bazaar G.ePhillips, 1,000 of bri...

Publication Title: Mcivor Times And Rodney Advertiser, The
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Our Column. For those who have nothing else to laugh at. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 9 October 1863

For those who have nothing else to laugh at. a --~-0-o The softer the head, the hard·r the ' work of driving anything into it, t Miss Tomkins says that every unmarried lady of forty has passed the Cape of Good Hope. A hypocritical scoundrel scoundrel in Athens inscribed over his door, " Let nothing evil enter here." Diogenes wrote under it, "L ow does the owner get in " A woman charged with being drunk and disorderly, denied the latter offence, saying that she was "two drunk to be disorderly.'" 1 When Bishop Blomfield was incumbent 1 of Chesterford, he once asked a school-girl, " What do you mean by succouring your father and mother ?"-" Giving on'em milk !" was the reply. Sir Thomas Moore for a long time having only daughters, his wife prayed earnestly that they might have a boy. At last they had a boy, who, when he grew up, proved very simplk. "Thou pray'dst so long for a boy,'" said Sir Thomas to his . wife, "that 6aiinet thou hast got one that will be a boy as long as he lives."...

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