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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 9 October 1863
IT MATTERS not how bad a general Jaw ,is in these advanced times, if that law is strictly enforced, for the more oppressive it is the more certain is its repeal; it is when a law is made for the purpose of oppression, and is only used for that pur pose, without regard to justice, that it is dangerous. We are led to make these remarks through witnessing the operations of the Town and Country Police Act, the uses and abuses of which are very imper fectly understood. The Town and Country Police Act is nothing but a -Jesuitical contrivance for assisting to work out an end. Every Government under our present Constitution, and the late Government in particular, has made local government a lkind of stock in trade; when any.private member asked for redress to any local grievance, he was told that it would be provided for in the Local Government Bill, or the Municipal Institu tion's Bill; when the Member for Rodney asked for money for a bridge over the Creek, he was referred to the Local Gov...
QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 9 October 1863
QUEEh'INj D 'I:; B risb a n o Q U X E N L a I h o Ip mch .a Mfaryborough .Yayndah S WILLtAM URNER _ _ _ _ ,i1.eoretary. THE AND RODNEY ADVERTISER Is Pubished EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, PRICE d.: Qulartrlay Subscription 6s,; r e8 if sent by Post. Paya'81 in Advmac. PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS DIRECTORY. HEATECOT E. AMusicicjpcl Council. Chairman, Cr Robinson; members, Crs Wolker, Hay, Walshe, Fynm, Craven, and Youle. Town. Clerk, Mr T. R. Burch. Meet every other Wed nesday. at 3 p.m. Committees - Public 'Works, Legislotivo, and Finance, composed of the whole Council. Meet when required. Solicitor,! Mr Adanseon: ~Sirveyor, vacant. Inspector £f Nuisances,. Constable Timothy; Inslitetor of Slauighter Yardi Constable Moran.
REDCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 9 October 1863
. REDOASTLE. (From our own Cborresponent) There is not much worthy of notice in mining, matters to report; the only guod crushing that has taken place the last fortnight, was from the Hit or Miss 'Com pany's claim; 19 tons turned out 152 oz.'s of gold. .There have been a few' other crushings, some of them very poor. Last Saturday morning, a man named Joseph Kirkham, committed suicide by cutting his throat; he was riding in a Spring-cart going to .Spring Creek,Y in company with a man in the employ of Mr. Walker, the. Butcher; he appeared quite sane. On reaching Staff9rdsbire Flat, hnd within one hundred yards of a hut in which there were several persons at the time, he sudd.enly drew 'his khifo and plunged it into his throat, completely separating the fore-part of the neck, and cutting to the bone There is at present no clue to the cause of his committing this rash act; there will be an enquiry on Wednesday, and I will endeavour to send the particulars, if possible, before you go to ...
LATER NEWS FROM EUROPE AND AMERICA. PROBABLE WAR WITH RUSSIA. RIOTS IN NEW YORK. MORE NEGROES HUNG. ADELAIDE, 3rd October. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 9 October 1863
LATER NEWS FROM EUROPE AND AMERICA. PROBABLE WAR WITH RUSSIA. RIOTS IN NEWTYORK. MORE NEGROES HUNG. ADELAIDE, 3rd October. The Clara Symos has arrived hero from Nauritius with dates to- 5th September. She also brings five days later news from Nauritius. The telegraphic communication between ialta and Alexandria has been resumed. A telegram from Paris, dated 6th August, has been received at Mauritius. It states that an understanding between Great Britain, France, and Austria has been arrived at, by which it is agreed to demand of Russia her formal acceptance of a proposal for -the cessation of hostilities between Russia and Poland and to submit the six different points at issue to a con ference of the five great powers. A despatch has been received in London, and published, from Lord Napier. It con tains the particulars of a conversation he had had with Prince Gortschakoff, on the subject of the reply sent by Russia to the note of Great Britain. Lord Napier did not conceal the fact t...
Thursday, October 8th, 1863. Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Dr. Robinson. J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 9 October 1863
Thursday, October 8th, 1863.. Before Mr. Willoby, P.Ml., and. Dr, Robinson, J.P. Illegal Detention of two Wooden Shut ters.-Youle v. Palling. William Youle charged Henry Rood Palling with removing, from, his property two shutters, which Palling considered be had a right to, in consequence of some understanding with O'Dell the former owner of the shutters and tentant of Mr. Youle. The Bench decided that Palling had no right to remove the property and ordered its restitution, or its value, and 2s. 6d, costs. RELICS OF A PASTr. AGE.-We wero lately showu some bones evidently those of the Mon. They were found about eight stiles from. the Dunstan, ten.feet under ground. The bones comprising the two legs are quite complete, measuring a little over five feet, thus a body and neck in proportion to the legs would iake the bird nearly fifteen feet high. Truly we have cause to rejoice that this fearful: animal is now extinct, for, if it still walked this earth, it would be more an object of dre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 9 October 1863
BRISTOL HOUSE. Cheapest Drapery, Clothang, and Boot and Shoe House in LARGE ARRIVALS. D. K EENE, Is now showing the Largest, Best, and Cheapest Stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS In the District. GP N.B. Go to KEENE' S if you irant Good and Chzeap Boots and Shoes ! 2828 WANTED. W ANTED, a FEMALE GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to Mr. F. Field, Costerfield. 27 to .National School. MR. & MRS. LAWSON, beg to inform the inhabitants of Hcathcote and vicinity, that they have re-opened the above SCHOOL, and respectfully request a con- tinuance of the support accorded to their predecessors. Private Tuition in English, &c., Latin, Modern Languages (3), Mathematics, Navi gation, Drawing, Music, &c. Termns Moderate. Mr. Lawson, is desirous of opening an EVENING CLASS, if a sufficient number can be obtained.. 28 28. GOVERNMiIENT ADVERTISEMENTa VR . NOTICE. V ACCINATION every TUESDAY, froni - 9 to 10 o'clock a.m. CHARLES ROBINSON, Public Yaccinator; Heathpoto, - 1st Oriober, 1168. 2...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 9 October 1863
Hayes Gully.—This locality but recently so busy is now almost deserted. ACCIDENT.Mr. Marston's child who was run over by the horse rode by Hayes on Monday last, is recovering fast. The Hospital.—The Hospital, was in- spected by the Visiting Committee, on Tues- day, when everything was found in a very satisfactory state. SANITARY.—The Superintending Inspec- tor of the Board of Health, will visit this place on Thursday, 15th inst., for the pur- pose of making enquiries into the sanitary condition of the Borough of Heathcote. ODD-FELLOWSHIP.—The district officer, Mr. Johns, visited Heathcote on Monday last, and met the intending members at the Union Hotel. There was a good attendance, and it was decided by ballot, that the Lodge be held at the Victoria Hotel, and be called the Heathcote Loyal Lodge of the Man- chester Unity of Odd Fellows. TENDERS FOR THE MAIILS.—Tenders are invited by the Government, for the con- veyance of Mails. To and from Kilmore ,nd Heathcote, by way of Pyalong, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
IM-POUNDINGS, llEATHCOTE.-Impounded at Heathcote, 12th 11 September,. 1863, by Messrs. W. H. and 3. H. Kobh itson --Trepespsla. each 751 Black mare, star, white on off bind foot, swi'ch, AB near shoulder, CK off shoulder, off bip down 4 On 13th Sep'ember, by same. 152 Bay filly, IN near shoulder, off hip down If notclaomiedand exptnses pa:d, to be sold on 21st October, 1863: JOHN HAMILTON, Poundkeeper. cIVOR CREEK. - Impounded at McIvor Creek, 18th September, 1863, by Mr. Me Kenzie, for W. T. T. Mo'lson, Eeq -Trespass Is. each 675 Dark bay fitly, star, long tail, off fu;e and hind feet white, I ke T near shou'dtr 676 Bay filly, 1 ng tail, star, boih hind feem white same brand If not chimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 21st Oct b.r, 1863, 0.. H. NIMMO, Poundkeeper. ToIVO R CREEK. -Impounded at McTvor IL Creek, 7th September, 1863, by Mr. McKen zie, f r W. T. Mollison, E-q.:-Trestas Is.' each. 663 Crey horse, switch, bumbled fore feet, like W near shoklde-, like CC off shdulder . ...
GARDENERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDER. OCTOBER. [October in Australia Corresponds to April in Great Britain.] [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
SGARDENERS' AIND FARMERS' : CALENDER. OCTpBOER. [Otob er in Australia corresponds to April " in Great .ritain.] KITCHEN GARDEN.-As September has -been very wet much will have been left :o be done on heavy soils in October, but advantage should at once be taken to bring -p arrears, as the summer will shortly be upon us. In putting in any crops now, no gr.een 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 anm Parsuips.--Thin out to about two inches apart at first, and when they have grown a little, and may be used in soup, &c., thin out about five or six iilchles apart. Bct.--Thin out, and in wet weather plant out if necessary; sow again for-a sticcession. Sals.fy.-Scorzenara and Chicory should *-alasoo thin.nnod. 1-oop tha hoe goine amongst all growing crops, not merely to kilrthe weeds, but to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
IM POUNDINGS. [EAI HCOTE.-Impounded a, Ilea hcota. 28th . S pt mber, 1863, by Messrs. W. H. and J. H. Ruberlson.-Trespass is each. 784 Brind;e and ehi.e cow, off ear m rked, 0^? off rump 785 Wit to mare, J-L conj ined off shoulder, J-P near shoulder, scar Lear o e.k 710 ChstLUt fi ly, hid feet white, .. cor j in d near shoulder -On 30th Septrm' er, by same. 793 Stra?borry cow, JORRC nosr r.bs, J31 and 3 blitch near rump 794 Roan cow, TP n;anr ramp ard ribs 795 Roan cow, TP near rump and ri" s O0 1st Oct0ber, by same. 796 Pay horne, star and st ipe, Pa near, AG off J shoulder 797 Biown torso, fore fe.locks en'argo', A RMIL W inear shoulder (the ML c njo'net) 798 BL.ek m se, bang tai', co lar mar'aed, like g ab3oo- near sh ulder, 8K eff shoulder SW 799 Bay draught fil'y, blaz , no visible brand On 2nd Oct, her, by s mo. 809 Red and whir, sp tted Iull ck. near hbarn drooprd, tp oft off ear, MB off sump If not cleimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 4th November, 1863.' JOBN HAMII:TON,...
Our Column. For those who have nothing else to laugh at. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
For those who have nothing else to laugh at. " What is the meaning of a backbiter ?" asked a clergyman at a Sunday-school 7 examination. This was a puzzle. It went down the class until it came to a simple 7 urchin, who said, "Perhaps it be a flea." 7 A story is told of a man selling a horse. The ivould-be purchaser inquired as to his leaping polvers, and asked, " Would he take timber?"-" He'd jump over your 7 head," said the other. A young gentleman, visiting his in- 7 tended, met a rival wh6 was somewhat advanced in years, and wishing to insult 7 him, inquired how old he was. " I can't exactly dlI," replied the other, " but I can tell you this-an ass is older at twenty than a man at sixty." In a debate on the leather tax, in 1794, in the Irish House of Commons, the ChancellBr of the Exchequer (Sir John Parnell) observed with great emphasis, that "in prosecution of the present war, every man ought to give his last guinea to protect the remainder." Mr. Vandeclure siid that ." however...
Original Poetry. THE NANNY-GOATS OF HEATHCOTE. [Suggested by Bromley's Billy-goats, Inspector Wilson, and the Town and Country Police Act.] [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
THE NANNY-GOATS OFREATHOOTE. [Suggested by Bromley's Billy-goats, Inspector Wilson, and the Town and Country Police Act.] The Nanny-goats of Heathcote, SWhat pretty things ar.e they; Their colours are so varied, There are black, white, brown and grey. Some of them, too, are spotted, With coats as sleek as silk; And many a digger's wife and child Depends on them for milk. They always camp at home at night, S.And very aldom stray; The Nannzy-goats of "?eatheot. What useful things are they I The Nanny-goats of Heathcote, They help the widow through Her battle with grim poverty; And without them she can't do. For, in Heathcote's Court of Justice, We heard a widow say : I cannot keep my children If you take my goats away I! My neighbours don't complain of them; Then Wilson, why do you ? The Times begins to really think You've nothing else to do I And very soon in -Heathcote You'll hear the people say The Superintendent and his men, "What nuisances are they I Let every man in Heatheote, W...
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
Postage will be chargeable upon Letters for the Un ted.Kingdom via Maresliles :-Not exceeaing hrlf an ounce, tenpence (10d) ; exceedirg half an once but not ex eeding our ce, one shilling and eigbtpenco. (Is. 8d.); above one ounce but tot exceeding two ounces. three shiiliigs nod four Sence, (3s. 4d.); above two ounces but not exceed jng three ounces, five shIlings. (5e ) Every ounce pfter the first, one shilling and eightpeoce (st. 8d.) L. MIlNNES, POOSTMASTEB. Post Ofice; Heathcote. July 23, 1863.
Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
Notice to Qorrespondents. Cono.-We'cannot publish your letter, the affair is betveen. the Sandhurst tailor, Mr. Webb, and the Editor (?) of the Despatch. It is a long journey to make for the purpose of summoning a man for a suit of clothes; Mr. Webb should have known better than to trust people so far away from home. We have several clothing establish ments at Heathcote, and a tailor too, so that there is no excuse for going to Sand hurst; but Sandhurst tailors will soon be gin to find that it is better to make dis tinguished visitors from other places pay on delivery, to prevent mistakes. WE have a letter from a fiiend at Whroo on the subject of MI'Vane and Henry ; we do not publish it, because all the abuse of Henry cannot injure M'Vane's cause. If Mr. M'Vane was guilty of the impropriety of. which he was accused by Henry, why did he not find it out before M'Vane fell out with Furze. It does not look well. for a man to sign for Hospital money, neglect to send it to the Treasurer, ...
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
1:POST OFFICE, HEATHCOrE. LIST OF LETTERS remaining Unclaimed at this Office, received durirg the week endiag Oetofe" 14th, 1863: Beddoes, T omas; Clare, Josa.h; Oomolate, Antonio; Dlllom, John; LixoTn, John; Dickenson F. 1W.; Doyle, John Finn; Hayeden, Lichael; ":°Nu'tnll, John; Rapvon, William; Ryan, W. H. ; Teisenr Mir. M ; Wharton, C les: Wescon, lMr. Walsh, 4lward ; Watkins, Richard. L. MlcINNES. Postmaster. _
(To the Editor of the McIvor Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
(To the Editor of the 1clvor Times.) SR,- Though I am not particularly thin skinned, and therefore little troubled about what people may say about me, yet when the honour of my friends is involved in an assault upon me, it becomes my duty for their sakes to defend myself. There are men in Heathcote who are in the habit of greeting me in the most friendly manner, but who have nevertheless allowed them selves to become the medium of circula: ting. statements both here and in Mel bourne which they can neither prove nor justify. The sale of my interest in the Costerfield mine has been made the subject of a great amount of gossip, as though such things as the transfer of mining property were new, and of necessity must originate in something discreditable. I suppose the many instances of fraudulent transfer; and re-transfer connected with the interesting process of "going through the court," has made an impression that corruption is our. normal state, and that whoever sells- is a rogue, a...
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
\While inviting communications 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 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 for publica tion, be forwarded to this office before midday on Wednesday of each week. Rejected manuscript is not preserved.
NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. Municipal Cuuncel.-In the Couincil Chamber, at 3 p.m., on Wednesday, 91st October. HeathcoteDistrict Road Board.-Emeu Hotel, at 1 p.m., on Tuesday, November 3rd. Hospital.-In the Committee Room, at 8 p.m., on Tuesday, November 10th. Mec'hanics' Institute.-In the Committee Rooin, at half-past 8 p.m., or, Monday, October 19th. Managers of the Heathcote Town and Gold-9elhs Commons.-at the Union Hotel. Masonic Lodge.-In the Lodge, at 8 p.m., on Friday, November 6th. N 0 T I C E. THE Office of THE ;M1IVOR TDIES is this day REMOVED next to NOTICE. M R. JAMES BARNDEN, is our cor respondent at Redcastle. He will receive communications for this paper. AMIUSEMENTB. Heathcote Hotel.-Various, every Mon= day and Saturday evening. TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! A GRAND COMPLIMENTARY. BENEFIT Will be given to MR. G. BROMLEY, At the Heathcote Hotel, This Evening, 16th October, 1863. MARRIED. KEMP.-FELD.-At Costerfield, on the 12th October, at the residence of the bride's father,...