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ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES ARE AUTHORISED TO BE TRANSMITTED IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 21 May 1863
ELECTRIIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS cDna WyHiCi0 .TELEGRAviPIC blESSAGESORIS · UTrnORISERD TO .na TR.?NSMITTuip 5 YICTO?.I&A. 1.: To loesen a?: iuch as'possible' any liability, to' error inathe transmission of Messages fiom defero tire manuscript, it is dedirable :that the usee of Figures should be avoided, and that words at length be substituted; and the publie, in using the Electric Telegraph; are requested to be. particnlth in giving iafull and correct address to every MBes.. sage,. th thtthe least.possible, delay in delivery mar occur. i?. Messages will be transmitted in the order of their reception, and no precedence will be allowed, except for special despatches on thd service, of tE Government, the arrest, of criminals, and in cases of pressing emergency, sickness, or death. - 3. All Messages will be held-strictly confidential.:. 4. Payment of Charges' in advance will he re quired, except for Replies to Interrogatory:M es: sages ou .which the sender may ha...
THE ILLUMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 21 May 1863
THE ILLUMINATIONS. Never has Heathcote presented a more lively sight than it did after dark on Tuesday; and numbers of persons prome- naded the town to witness it who would not else have been lured from home in such unfavorable weather. Mr Hay's Heath- cote hotel was the first to issue forth its blaze of light. Every window was bril- liant; and although nothing striking was shown in the way of device, the general spectacle was imposing. On the opposite side the Oriental Bank made a similar show. From the Victoria to the Camp buildings numerous other displays were made of greater or less brilliancy; but for elaborate design and artistic skill the two large windows of Messrs Hall and James' establishment stand unquestionably first. About seven o'clock a Royal salute in front of these premises drew general at- tention to the spot; and then a sight re- ally worth looking at was exhibited. In the right hand window was a painting re- presenting the Prince of Wales' plume and motto, with a...
THE LUNCHEON. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 21 May 1863
THE LUNCHEON. At twelve o'clock, noon, the large tent on the Cricket Ground was opened, with a free collation, accompanied with an ample supply of English and colonial ale. The spectacle here was particularly gratifying Members of the Municipal Council pre- sided; and though the tent was closely filled, the utmost order was maintained, while all entered with considerable zeal into the proceedings. Appropriate toasts followed, which were received with an en- thusiasm worthy of the occasion. These were "The Queen," "The Prince 'and Princess of Wales," "Prince Alfred and the junior, members of the Royal family," and "The Municipal Council of Heathcote," the last being responded to by Dr Robin- son, Chairman of the Council. &nbsp;
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 21 May 1863
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. The times appointed for the arrival and depar- ture of the Mails is Heathcote for 1863, are as uder :- From Melbourne, Kyneton, and Mia Mia, daily, Monday excepted, at 3 30 e.m. Closes for dispatch, daily, Sunday excepted, at 3 15 p.m. From Redcastle, Whroo, Rushworth and Mur- chison, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 3. 30 p.m. Closes for despatch, on Monday, Wed- mesday and Friday, at 6 p.m. From Sandhurst,Wild Duck and Axedale, every &nbsp; Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 1.30 p.m. Closes for despatch on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 10 a.m. From Kilmore & Pyalong, every Monday, Wed- nseday and Friday. Closes for dispatch every Tues- &nbsp; day, Thursday, and Saturday, at 7.30 a.m. From Costerfield, every Monday, Wednesday & Friday. Closed for desatch at 8 am. Arrive at p.m:, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Receiving Boxes-Mr J. Dougall's, High street. Cleared daily, Sunday exc...
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES ARE AUTHORISED TO BE TRANSMITTED IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 May 1863
* ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SREGULATIONS AND' CONDITIONS WN waEB WHICB TEIaIOOAPnio MBSA ESi'g1 :a iU1raoiiMis b To i En TaiiEi iTrrtiED'i vcTo''vO u. , -I * 1. .'.: . . . I * . " - I i?I ,. , . l.To;lossen ais nch as possible any liability 4 Beor in; the transmission of Meiae fr6i ':dafes tive manuscri6t, iti is 'desirabll ihat the- nsae o FTgdreashould be avoided, end' hat 'ridi at length-be abstitated; and the public, in usins-tha Electric Telegraph, are requested to be paisteclar in giving a full and correct address to every 3ýM sage, so that the least possible delay n" daliery may occur. S. Messages will be transmitted in ther: orer of their recepoon, and no precedence will be allowed, except for special despatches on the seiryice of the 'Government, the arrestoif riinidals," and -in cases of pressing emergeoey'; sickies', dr death.'":' 3. All Messages will be held strictly confidential. 4.'Payment of Chlarges in advance will be re quired,'except for Replies to -Isterrogatory'Mes. sa...
EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 May 1863
Balance dua to the Oriental Bank.. . 4 ,183 2 3 Bilanceof Coitracts £61 6 8 :: - Architect and Clerk or Works ;....... 82 10 0 13 16 8 Rent .................. 2 0 0 Salary-Town Clerk 65 11 8 . -Audiiore .. 4 '4 0 -60 16 6 Printing, Advertising - I . : &o .................. 38 10, 9 "M iiriciral E:ecion . Exens o ........ 2 8 0 j Deputation Expenses 4 0 0 : Relief...... ...... 3 19 0 9 18 0 Balance. due, from Oriental Bank ... . 8 11; £470 .7 H. T. 3AME3, ' . +. " 00: TAV1U8 LAMB, Adtor. Municipal .Cliabers, ' 7th April, 1863. There have been 15 Council Meotings this half year: . ..* - Council Committee Total The Chairman has sttended:..;:.... 11 11 2 , : , Cr.:J. Hay ..... 11 10 21 "' JhnFnn... 10 9 .19 W. B. Walhb. 9 8 17 " . Walker ... 10 6 16 " G, Shakepere. 8 8 14 "7 . B. Morris. 7 The followitjy Bye-laws have ion sannctit ii, S the Governor in Council . No. 99.-To ectpower the Cotncell to exeeputo .er tais works, by fundabraised ty:ortg?e l." No: t.- Fot egulationg a nd...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 May 1863
' TO SQATTERS, STOREKEEPERS, - AND OTHERS. I E -UNDEBSIGNED has always on Hiand I A first-class tock of Wines, Spirits, Gro serie, &o., which he is prepared toaupply at Mmonable prices A so, - Regular shipments of the celebrated Prestoepans i9ght Ale. Order from the Country punctually attonded to. JAMES GRASS?IB 180, Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. rIE PIatnerbip existins at HeathcoteP under 1 the style or firm of J. & W. Routledge & Co., .wss'diuolw?e by mutual consent on the ifth day ofMay, 1868. Dated the 7th of Ma, 1863. JAMES ROUITLEDGE, WILLIAt ROUTLEDGE. OCTAVIUS LAMB. 'WITNESS, B. GODDARD, The Busieess wtll be crried en eb heretofore by j. and W. Rontledge. NEW ERA. DUNCAN and CO. Opened on SATURDAY, 4th April, 200 STRAW HATS at Is Sd, w6rth 6s 6d 100 FELT HATS at ls 6d, worth 7s 6d Alse THE NEW SAILOR HATS In evergyvariety o shade and fashion. S Also abeautiful Variety of Colonial-made Suits -' - Coa, Vests, and Trowsers. THE NEW WITNEY SACK S For winte...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 May 1863
TITANTED a nran who uniderstands gardeting, V for a small job. Apply to Mr George Potter, Caledonian Gully. THE COMMITTEE of the Presbyterian Bazaar (new way to pay old.debts), beg to return their best thanks to the Contributors of all classes and especially to the ladies' who so materially as sisted them; also to the, gentlemen for their strenuous exertions - in the cause, and bee to stat, that the total proceeds amount to £175 10s. l0?d. -- -"-- igncýo- oabtcbalf ut he'COmlttbeo T .JOHN DUNCAN. iHon. seo. AT THE Heatheoto Pouad, on- Wednesday .1. first Draught and Saddle Hoises SCows, Calves, and Bullocks. - LETTER OF APPLICATION .FOR MINERAL LEASE. I THE UNDERSIGNED, hereby apply to the Honorable G. S. Evans for a Leate of Crown Lands for the purpose of mining for minerals or metals other than gold, the particulars of which land, and the mineral or metal intended to be mined for, are hereunder set forth; and I herewith de posit with the Clerk of Petty Sessions, Heathcote, the sum...
A CHARACTER AT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 May 1863
-A -CHARACTER AT COURT. -(FROM LONDON PUNCH.) It is but due to Sir Joshua Jebb,and the system of reformatoy convict-discipline which he so zealously upholds, candidly to acknowledge rny.' fact wihich, weighed without preindice, must be admitted to tell at all in its favour. Trustworthy in formation a?fords-us the pleasui% -of stat ing afact of that rind, so re.assuring to the philanthropist. The reader mayhave observed that, shortly after the royal levee lately held by his Royil .Hignness the Prince of Wales, an announcement on the part of the Lord Chamberlain appeared in print, declaring that the presentation of a certain gdetleman at thiat solemnity had been can celled. Why.? Everybody naturally sup. posed,. because the party disguised as a gentleman in a cOhurt-siit was no better couirt-card than a knave; perhaps a quack, or some other species of imposter. There is,? however,-uricommonly good reason to trust that he?was a honest man. The person in question was presented Uyii nail...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 May 1863
: Theprice of gda is £3 18s 6d per ounce. HE.THOOTE MAIKET,3. . . y Craven reports Wholesale prices as follows - . Beat eilk dressed Flour, £14 10a per ton. Wheat, 5a 9J per bushel. Seed Wheat. 6.61 ditto. Pollard,l e 91 ditto. hran. Is 81 diett.. Osta [Culonilt] 6s 9d ditto. S Prime seed dito, 7s 6d ditto. - Cape Barley, 6s 61 dittc. B st cut Chaff, Sa ditto. Hay, £8 per t?on. Pouatoes, £8 to £9 per ton.
LATEST FROM NEW ZEALAND. THE NATIVE DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 May 1863
iLATEST .FROM 'NEW .ZEAJA6ND* "THE NATIVE 1DIFFICULTY. " Our dates 'from.NewZealand are, Auck laid, 19th Miaiy; Wellington,. 12th May. ; rLyttleton;, -3th'May. . A forward movement of the troops was eipected to take place on the 10th. Up -"so. two o'clock'p.m., on the 11th, no signal chad been made at the Manukau Heads. The S-outhern Cross therefore concludes that nothipg of consequence, transpired at Tararnaki since the. 'eventful '4th of May, 'as it was known that, had fresh casualties S occ.urred H.M. steam sloop Eclipse was to ::?' ? enk all speed 'bank 'to-Auckland. .,The samG jouinal remarks:-"The'news S.. that the governer has confiscated the block of land on which 'the foul murders were "ominitted on the 4th instant, -'will, we believe, be received with the utmost satis Sfaction .'amongst the European settlers.of .'New Zealand ; nor de we believe' the lap. jp , iroval of suth a metisuro would be con flined to this country, or even- to, these Scolonies. ,IThe act approves its...
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 May 1863
POST OFFICE, HEATH.COTE. SA?l?VU AND DZPAnTURE OF THE "AIIS. The times appointed for tho arrival and.depar Sture of the Mails in Heathcots for 1'863, are as under: From Melbourne, Kyneton, and Mia Hirp, dally, Monday excepted, at 3-30 o.m. Closes for dispatch, daly, Sunday excepted; at 3 15 p.m. From'Redcastle, Whroo, Rushworth' and Mur Ahison, every Monday, W'.dnesday and Friday, at 2.30 p.m. .Closes for despatch, on Monday, Wed uneday and Fiday, at 6 p.m. From Sandhburt,Wild Duck and Axedale, every ":'-'XMbndat, *Wednesday, and Friday, at 1-30 pm. * ..aturday, at 10 a.m. From Kilmoro & Pyalong, every Monday, Wed neday ard Friday. Closes for dispatch every Tues day, Thursdsy, and Saturday, at 7'3) a.m. . From COsterfield, every Monday, Wednesday & Trlday. Clcasd for despa:ch at 8 am. Beceiving Bxes--,Ir J. Dougall'e, High street. C:leared daily; Suied.y excepted, at 2:15 p-m. Mr Renwick's Argyle Gully. - Cleared daily, Sunday except-d, at 2.15 p.m. Post Offijopen da...
Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 May 1863
!:V': We have great pleasure in repoiting the a?a"uccess of Mr Potter of Caledonian Gully, .: in finding a new and highly promising reef, S ,on the south side of-Caledonian Gully a S: Bblrt distahiee above the Gold Miners Arms, - the discovery- of .the ;Phcenix -eef is ;the reward of a loig :and persevering course of prospecting in the locality; the reef-is -well Sdefined, ve have seen some stdne from it, and like .the- appearance much, both course .and fine gold can "be seenin the .centre of the stone, and no doubt exists as to its paying , quality. Messrs. Potter ('reen and Co. :intend crushing on Monday, iand we hope next week to be able to report - a better return than they expect, an event 'by no means impossible on account.bof their modest expectations. - . Arrangements are' being made for com ~'?i'mencing operitions on the 'long gully -. .-.reef. - * ;:. Palling aid, Co. of-the Welcome Reef, Stiffordshire flat. crushed 20 tons -for 21 ' ounces to the ton,. the reef is looking...
To the Editor of the McIvor Times. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 May 1863
To the Editor of the Mclvor..Timei.,; Sir,-True it is that the occupations employ ing the largest amount ofcapital, and at the same time in which the greatest portion of the population are personally interested, have had to contend individually with their fellows in open struggle to make progress. This.stato of antagonism commenced with the first settlement of the colony, when-' the all-absorbing. centre of attraction for the speculator was the growth of wool,.to supply the demands of a distant market i and no idea existed of extended operations for other pursuits, beyond the merchant's mediation securing shipment for the pro-. duce and return. cargo. of supplies for the station. In the then contracted mind of the squatter on the subject, the land of the colony was irrevocably condemned to be a sheepwalk only; and how tenaciously this conclusion has combated to the present mo ment to hold its ground in spite 'of-contin ued development of capabilities to deserve the nobler character;...
POST OFFICE REGULATIONS FOR THE ISSUE AND PAYMENT OF POST OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 28 May 1863
POST OFFICE-O kEGUABtONsS 0PB ?hI IoSuE ASD A'ATYMENT OP PosT-OIPics MO6NEY ORDrIES. His Excellency the ,Govertor, with the advice of the Execntive Council, has been pleased to di rectthh-iublication of the following Regulations for the Issus and 'payment of post office money orders in the Colony of Victoriai and the public are ereby informed that in conformity with these regulations, money orders.may,be obtained and be made pniyaible at the unnermentioned places, on and after'thelstt Jnly, 1858 .--' ' . . '* -"Plraes-'and- timesof isssue isid payment. aMtoni ordertaiina b-obtaied-and be made pay abitatthetilfolTowg.-placcs, viz.:- -. S"-Tho Post. Offce at Melbodrne ::-- Ditto" ' Geelong -- Ditto. .Ballaarat Ditto Bpandhirst 7 Ditto -. *Csatlemaine' -. .: Ditto - e Beechworth " Ditto -- ilmore S.. -itto ;:' Maryborough . Ditto. Ararat. : Ditto: -' Pleasant Creek ,. :Ditto : .Williamstowna - S Ditto - Portland . ' '"Ditto . - Belfast D' ' itt . Warnambiool - between the hours of Ten ...