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HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. Tuesday, 13th October, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
: HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. Tuesday, 18th-October, 1863. .:Present- Mr. Fvnn, in the chair, and Messrs. Cunningham, Mackintosh, .Furze, Beene, D)uncan, and Adams. ... As there was no meeting of the Visiting Committee in the afternoon, the monthly accounts were examined by the Committee of Management. -The-minutes of..the previous meeting were read iapd confirmed. CORRESPONDENOE. A letter was read from Mr. Bell, stating that Mr. Coekey refused to let him take sway the surplus bricks, which he said he h"ad a right to, in accordance with an established trade custom. Proposed by Mr. Mackintosh, seconded by Mr. Cunninghom--"That the Secretary write to Mr. Bell, and inform him that the Committee refuse to give him the bricks." FINANCE. The follbwing accounts were passed for payment, on the motion of Mr. Duncan, seconded by Mr. Mackintosh : Cockey ...... ... £10 10 6 ldannix ... ...... 2 10 0 Heath'... :. ... 3 15 0 Robinson ...... 3710 0 Hay ... ... ... 3 0 0 Hall &-James ... 4 13 8 For...
Commercial. The prise of gold is £3 18s 6d per ounce. HEATHCOTE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
he.priae of gold is £3 18. 6d per ounce. HEATHCOT'I MAKiETS. - r CrarEn reports Wholesale prices as follows Beat silk.dressed Flour, 415 10s per ton. Wheat, 5a 93 per tueshl. Seed Wheat, G6 6d ditto. Pollard, is 93 ditto. Bran, 1s 8d ditto. Oats [Colonial) Gs 6d ditto. Prime seed ditto, 7a 6d ditto. Cape Barley, 6s 61 ditto. Beat out Chaff, 8o c1t. •ay, £8 5s. per ton. Petatoes, £8 to L9 per ton.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
BUSINESS :DIRECTORY. .lRS KING -Milliner an-Diraper, Alma Hoiue . i next Oriental Bank, High" street, HIeathcobt .27 39 AMES CROWLE, Builder and Undertaker 11 'ieixt Oriental Bank, Heathcote. . . "IIILIP OriLEMAN, Builder and Contractor, .Lflunatly, near Sandhnrat.' .29.41 HOMAS ,CRAVEN, Storekeeper, -ine, and I Spirit iMerchht, nearly opposite Telegrapi and Post offces; Heathcote. . - HEATHCOTE HOTEL, High atreet, Heathcote H - --JA=MES HAY, proprietor.: fiEATHCOTE FLOUR MILL Jenning aLstreet. -27 39 ADAIM T. GIBSON, Fruiterer, Poulterer, and .- Greenigocer, Highystreet, Heathcote. - 27 39 SIVERSON, Teacher of Music,: Reatheote L.a Hotel. 2 'oclVOR TIMES office, next Dunean and Cou's 11l_ .Highstreet, Heathcbto. TORN GRANT, Blacksmith, "Heatbote. :has on sale,: Agricultural Implements, Drays, Wheelbarrows, .Blacksmith's and -Minilng Tools, &c. ^Shoeing arid Jobbing. executed- with, the utmest care and dispatch. :17 29 NE WS A: GEN CR:Y. TN DOUGALL, Stationer, Bookseller, an...
ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
ENGLISH MAIL: The oyal Mail Steam Ship BOatBAY, will be despatched with the Mails for King George's Sound, Point de Galle, India, China, the Medi terranean Ports, Europe, America, and the United rngdsom. The time appointed for closing at this Office is For Registered Lettera,-2. p.m., on Friday, 23rd instant. For Newspapers for the United Kingkom, Bntish ColoLis, and Foreign Countries, via Southa? pton, end for all the intermediate Ports 2.30, p.m., Friday, 23rd instant. For Ordinary Letters for the Unitel Kingdom, British Co:onies and Foreign Countries, via Southampton and via Marseilles, and for all the intermediate "Pcrta-2.30, p.m., Saturday, 24th -is ant, . For Newspapers via Marseiles,-2.30, p.l., Saturday, 24th instant. Money Orders for the United Kingdom, before 2 p.m., Friday, 23rd instant. It is suggested that all letters intended for transmission by the Royal Mail Contract Steamer, al onld be secured with Gum or Wafers, the nue of peainog-wax having been found to cause de...
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
POST QFIFICE, 1JEATHCOTE. ABBIVAL AND pDEPARTUBE OF THE OII*S. 'The times appointed for the arrival and deper Lunre of the Mails }o Heathcote for 18G3, are as (From l~elbourne, Kyneten, and Mia His, daily Monday excepted, at 3-30 a.m. Closes for dispatch, daily, Sunday excepted, at 2"30 p.m. From Redcastle, Whroo, Ruehworth and Mur chiaon, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at WFrom Sandhurst, Wild Duch ana' Iea7l, ?-r?i LMonday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 1"30 p.m. Closes for despatch on Tueeday, Thunrday and Saturday, at 10 a.m. From Kilmore & Pyalong, every Monday, Wed peaday and Friday. Closes for dispatch every Tues day, Thursday, and Saturday, at 730 a.m. From Costerfield, dvery Monday, WedneEday & Triday. Closed for cespatch at S am. Receiving Boxes-M- r J. Dougall's, High street Cleared daily, Sunday excepted, at 2.15 p'm. Mr Renwick's Argyle Gully.: Cloeard daily, Sunday excepted, at 2.11 p.m. Post Office open daily, Sunday excepted, from 9 atm. to 6 p.m, fo...
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, VIA SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
THE-WARl IN NEW ZEALAND. (From the''Age.) AUCKLAND, VIA SYDNEY. ::The' Tasmanian reinforcements arrived on the 5th, the military from Sydney on `. the 3rd, and the Golden Age with the last detachment of the Victorian Vohmteers on :the 8th. One thousand Maories were mustering near New Plymouth, where several severe skirmishes had taken. place. Ensign Powys and seven rank and file of the 57th Regiment had been wounded. The loss of the Maories is computed to have been very severe. The gunboat Waikato arrived from Sydney on the 3rd instant, after a fright ful passage. There had been no important military movement, made since last advices. Arrived at Auckland, 28th September: Alynyton and Ensign, from Adelaide. - .· Y
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
FRANCE. Some French bishops having published very moderate letters replying to inquiries made of them respecting the propriety of voting at the recent elections, an imperial decree has been published condemnatory of the letters, and declaring them an abuse of ecclesiastical authority. The preamble of the decree states that it is based upon the articles of the Concordat and the Papal Bull of December, 1801, the 'Apostolic decree of 1802, and the declaration of 1682, establishing as a. fundamental maxim of French public law, that the .h?.r oeb o-,Woh.,-oand.the.. Church. itself have control solely over spiritual and not over temporal and civil affairs. The last basis quoted inthe decree states that the bishops and archbishops are not empowered to deliberate together, or pass common resolutions without the special permission of the government.
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
IRELAND. Th6 most favourable accounts of the crops come from all parts of the country. The late heavy falls of rain, followed by intense heat, are said to have improyed the crops, whichwere haptening too fast to maturity. All kinds of grain crops are in excellent con dition, and as yet there are no complaints of the appearance of'the bight.on the potatoes, which are remarkably good this year. .DISTINGmUISHE VisIron?.-Two sons of the hon. John O'Shanaisy, the Prime Minister of Australia! are at present so journing at Dobbyn's Rotel, Tipperary, and are visiting some of their. relatives who reside in that locality. They have been lately staying with their grand-uncle, the, Rev. Mr. O'Shaugnessy, of Drangan.
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
AMERICA. The riots in New York, to which we referred in our last, consequent upon an attempt to enforce the draft, assumed a magnitude and ferocity that appalled the public and nearly paralysed the authorities. Several negroes were massacred, and rob berie. effected to an immense amount. Entire regiments were sent froir Wi?sh ington to suppress it. It raged with the greatest fury on July 15 and 16. Several encounters took place between the military and the mob, a great number being killed on both sides. The Federal cruisers are making sad havoc among the steamers and sailing vessels engaged in running the blockade. The Federal steamer Ironsides has sunk a vessel endeavouring to run out of Charles ton. It is supposed that her crew and a cargo of cotton are lost. The Confederate cruiser Florida was at • Bermuda on July.22, repairing and taking in coal from a Confederate vessel, a sup ply of that article having been refused 'by the authorities. It was asserted that she had, since June ...
THE POLISH INSURRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
TFIE POLISH INSURRECTION. The population of Poland are'more de termined than ever to oppose a desperat6 resistance to the invaders. The wealthy inhabitants are making extraordinary sacrifices, and are eagerly subscribing, towards the loan. of 28,000,000.Polish lorins (700,000) opened by the national povernment. One person has set his nam. down for 700,000 florins. This loan is to be guaranteed by the national lands belonging to the Crown, and which are to be confiscated. The owners of lands con fiscated by the Russians are to be indein nified by the national government. SIntelligence from Warsaw states that the ill-treatment of the Polish prisoners confined in the citadel continues. Proud zynski.has becoma insane from flogging. : Intelligence from'Poland of August 7 states that the direction of the insurrec tion is now entirely in the hands of the aristocracy, and that th'e seat of the national Polish government is at Paris, and that Prince Czartoryski is at its head. " His party ha...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
LATE GALES. --During the night of Monday last, very heavy gales of wind, ao companied.by rain squalls did a great deal of damage to frail tents, and injured garden crops very much where they were exposed. BENEFIT.-Mr. Bromley's Benefit takes place to-night, and we hope he will have a full house, he certainly deserves nothing less. He has always been ready to assist in giving entertainments for benovolent purposes, and by perseverance he has at tained no mean position as a comedian. We understand he intends this as a farewell appearance, but we hope he will not leave till he has, along with his compeers, laid Rushworth, Whroo, Murchison, Redcastle, and Costerfield, under contribution for the benefit of the Hospital. PunsP on Sn n is an expression often used at sea, but at Heathcote all those who have cellars have to pump, or swim after their goods, everything has something in it to recommend it, even the pumping of cellars when necessary breaks people into regular habits, the young m...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
WAS Mr. Brooke right or wrong in his letter to the Sandhurst Liberal Association, when he said the liberal party are following strange Gods, when they follow M'Culloch, Fellows, and Hcrvey ? This question has inwardly been. asked by. almost everyone who takes the slightest interest in the wel fare or government of the country. We are inclined to think with the Bendigo Adrer_ tiser, that the Age has been too severe in denouncing Mr. Brooke, we think he has not been fairly treated, for if the present Ministry was formed for- carrying out ad vanced principles, the position of Mr. Brooke in a former Ministry, entitled him to aplace in the present Cabinet. We do not think that M'Culloch acted wisely in not seeking his co-operation. Mr. M'Cul loch may possibly think that the liberal element is sufficiently strong without him, but a man with Mr. Brooke's ability and politipal character, would, we should im agine, be much more acceptable as a col league than as an opponent. We attach no imp...
POST OFFICE REGULATIONS FOR THE ISSUE AND PAYMENT OF POST OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
URno a TosP FOE TnIO IsSUE AND PAYMENT OF S sPssT. OFaCc M]IONEY OaRDERS...... eis Excellency the Governor, w th the advice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to. di rect thh publication of the following Regulations for the issue and payment of post office money orders in the Colony of Victoria; and the public are hereby informed that in conformity with these regulations, money orders may be obtained and be made payable at the .undermentioned places, on and alter the let July, 1858 : 1. Places and times of isssue and payment. Mtoney orders may be obtained and be made pay able at the follow.ng places, viz.:- The Post Office at Melbourne Ditto Geelong : Ditto :Ballaarat Ditto Sandhurst .Ditto. Castlemaine S Ditto. Beechworth Ditto Kilmore Ditto Maryborough Ditto Ararat . ... Ditto Pleasant Creek :' . Ditto .Williamstown Ditto 'Pdrt.lahd Ditto .Belfast " SDitto . Warnambool between tne. hours of Ten .a.m. and Three p.m. daily-Sundays exoepted. . 2. Limit of amount, and number t...
LATER NEWS FROM EUROPE AND AMERICA. ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
LATER NEWS FvROM EIROPE AND AMERICA. (From tjde Homns News.) ENGLAND. 'A somewhat unpleasant incident preceded the Queen's departure from Woolwich. One of the officials, who must be known and should be dismissed, in a transport 'of flunkeyism issued an order which for twenty four hours threatened even her Majesty's popularity. Not only were the police ordered to "arrest" all "loiterers" who might wish to look at the Queen, but all officials who might chance to approach their own office windows were threatened with instant dismissal. The decree read, in fact like one from the Arabian Nights," and the public only wondered that the cats were not officially warned against exercising their proverbial privilege. The order has, we are happy to see, been pointedly repudiated on the part both of the Queen and of the Sec retary at War; but the precautions taken, though not quite so despotic, must have Ibeen most offensive to her Majesty.. ' HAMBERS AND R. COOPERn FOR o 200.-Thu exciting match...
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES ARE AUTHORISED TO BE TRANSMITTED IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH TELEGRAKPHIC MIESSAGES ARE - &ITRORISED TO BE TRANMBSITTED IN VICTORIA. 1. To lessen as much as possible any liability to error in the transmission of Messages from defec tive manuscript, it is desirable that the use of Figures should be avoided, and that words at length be substituted; and the public, in using the Electric Telegraph, are requested to be - particular in giving a full and correct address to every Mes. sage, so that the least possible delay in'delivery may occur. 2. Messages will be transmitted in the order of their reception, and no precedence will be allowed, except for spec al despatches on the service of the Government, the arrest of criminals, and in cases of pres-ing emergency, sickness, or death. 3. "All Messages will'be held strictly confidential. 4. Payment of Charges in :advance will be re quired, except for Replies to Interrogatory Mles. sages qo which the sender may have written the words "...
REDCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
REDCASTLE. &nbsp; (From our own Correspondent.) I could not possibly send the report of the enquiry into the death of Joseph Kirkham in time for last week's issue. I have nothing to report on mining matters, as I have not heard of any crush- ings; and the only thing new in the locality is the feeling excited by hearing that it is likely the Police will be with- drawn from here. The good folks of the township are very uneasy about it. The following is the evidence at the Magisterial enquiry into the cause of the &nbsp; death of the late Joseph Kirkham: William Richards, sworn, said: I am in the employ of Mr. Young Walker; on Saturday, 3rd inst., I was in the yard, get- ting the cart ready to go out, I saw de- ceased with Mr. Walker; when the cart was ready, I had to drive to Spring Creek; the deceased got into the cart with me, and I drove off; when about a mile from Redcastle, he asked me what time I should be back, I said about 4 o'clock; he did not speak any more u...
SHEPHERDS' HUTS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
SHEPHERDS' HUTS.— A correspondent on the Lower Murrumbidgee, in speaking of the accommodation provided on some stations, writes as follows:— " I have travelled on the Darling, and observed how in many places shepherds are situated. They are thrown into miserable huts, which are neither proof to wind or weather. I found one man in a tent made of a few flour-bags sewn together. If rain came it would be better for him to have the shelter of a tree. It is no wonder that the hospital is full of young men labouring under rheumatism, and that Australia is becoming a colony of young old men. There is a great deal said about a mission to the blacks, but I think it would be much more beneficial if directed towards benefiting the working man in the bush, for he really, in too many cases, is a mise- rable man indeed."— Pastoral Times. Burton's Circus gave a performance on Ararat, on Saturday evening last, at which was a large number of the inhabitants. The programme embraced the usual eques- tr...