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THE HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
THE HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. The following note has been addressed to the Heathcote Amateur Seranaders: To Messrs. Sutherland, Iverson, Wilson, Bromley, and Dickson. Gentlemen-The readiness with which your talented services have always been rendered, for the benefit of the Heathcote Hospital, leads the Committee to hope that you will add another instance of your generosity, to the long list now before the public. The success of the entertainments given by you at Heathcote, suggests the ad- visability of asking you to visit Rushworth, Whroo, Redcastle, Murchison, and Coster- field, and give entertainments for the benefit of the Hospital. We feel sure that you would meet with great success, for the cause alone would recomend you to the people of the Goul- burn, and entitle you to a cordial recep- tion, for which your entertainments will be a fitting return, We are gentlemen, Yours, &c., JAMES HAY, JAMES CROWLE, DANIEL KEENE, PATRICK CUNNINGHAM, JAMES CAMPBELL, EDWIN ADAMS, JOHN DUN...
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT Tuesday, October 13, 1863. Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Dr. Robinson. J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 16 October 1863
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT Tuesday, October 13, 1863. Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Dr. Robinson. J.P. Allowing Goats to stray on the Street in violation of the Town and Country Police Act.- Robert Daws was charged with the above offence. Mrs. Daws at tended, but in consequence of Mr. Daws having gone to the Murrumbidgee,. Mr. Wilson said he would withdraw the in formation. Ellen Mathews was charged with al lowing two goats to " wander" on the pu'blic street (without houses). Constable Mansfield, sworn, .said: On the 8th instant I saw two goats in Harriet street. By the Bench: Harriet-street is along by the Camp fence. . By Mr. Wilson: I saw Mrs. Mathews milking the goats; I know they are hers. Defendant did not wish to ask the con stable any questions; she admitted the goats were hei s, and that they had violated the Town and Country Police Act by " wandering" on the Street (?) in question. She said her husband is dead, and .the goats are the principal means of bringing up her children...
POST OFFICE REGULATIONS FOR THE ISSUE AND PAYMENT OF POST OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
POST.OFFICE BEGULATIONS FOE TIHE ISSUe A'ND PAMENT. OF PosT OFFICE MMONEY OnIans.. His Excellency. the Governr, wth'the advico of the Eiecutive Council, has bden - pleased to' di rect thh publication of the: following Begulations 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 uuderientioned places, on and alter the 1st July, 168 : 1. Places anid timeslof issiue and payment. Money orders may be obtained and be made pay able at the following places, viz.:- - The Post Office at Melbourne SDitto Geelong - Ditto Ballaarat Ditto Sandhurst Ditto; Castlemaine Ditto Beechworth Ditto Kilmoro *Ditto Maryborough Ditto Aarat . Ditto Pleasant Creek Ditto . illiamstowwi ''Ditto Portland 1 Ditto ' Belfast - "'. Ditto Warnambool between tne -hours of Ten a.m. and Three p.m. daily-Sundays exoepted. .' 2. Limit.of amount, and number ...
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES ARE AUTHORISED TO BE TRANSMITTED IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS U.NDER WHICH TELEGRAPIIC MESSAGES ARE AUTHORISED TO "BE TRA??iSITTED IN VICTORIA. 1. To lessen as much as possible any liability to e.ror in the transmission of Messages from defec. tire manucript,. 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 correctddress to every Mes sage, so that the least possible delay in delivery may occur. 2. Measages will be transmitted in the order of their recepnon, and no precedence will be allowed, except for special despatches on the service of the Government, the arrest of criminals, and in cases of presing emergency, sickness, or death. a. All Messages will be held strictly confidential. 4. Payment of Gharges:in advance will be re. quired, except for Replies to Interrogatory Mes. sages on which the sender may have written the words " Reply will be pai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
IMIPOUNDINGS. TEATHCOTE:-Impounded at Heatboote, 12th LL September, 1863, by- Messrs.. W. H. .and J. H. Rob rtsbh -Trespass aI. each 751 Black mare, star, white on off hind foot, swi:ch, AB near shoulder, CK off shouldor, off hip down 4 . . SOn 13th-September, by same. 752 Bay filly, IN near shoulder, off hip down SIf not claimed and 'xptnses paid, to be sold on 21st October, 1863. JOHN HAMILTON, Poundkeeper. olIVOR - CREEK. - Impounded at eMlvor S Creek, 18th September, 1863, by Mr. Me Kenzie, for W, T. Mo'lison, EEq.-Trespass Ie. each 675 Dark bay filly, star, long tail, off fore and hind feet white, like T near shou!dtr 676 Bayflly,;-log'tail, star, bo,h hind feet -hite same brand If not caimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 21st Octcher, 1863. .. H. NIMMlO, Poundkeeper. RoIVOR CREEK.- Imponnded .at . Mcvor . Creek, 7th September, 1863, by Mr..McKen zie, for W. T. Mollis.on,rEq.-Trespa;s Is. each. 663 Orey horse, switch, bumbled fore feet, like W near shoklde,,like CO off shoul...
GARDENERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDER. OCTOBER. [October in Australia corresponds to April in Great Britain.] [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
' I GARDEYNERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDER. ?.-ocrTOBER. [October in Australia corresponds to April in Great Britain.] KITCHcEN GARDEsa.-As September has beien?very wet much will have been left ,to ?bie done on heavy soils 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 deprived of moisture early in the seaspn. 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 in soup; &c., thin out about five or six inohes apart. Beet.-Thin out, and in wet weather plant out if 'necessary; sow again foi a succession. Sals fj.-Scorzenara and Chicory should alsab~:bthinned.. Keep the hoe going amongstall growing crops, not merely to kill the weeds, but...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
IMiPO UNDIN GS. I EATHCOTE.-Impounded at Hea'hcote, 28th l- S.ptember, 1863, by Messrs. W., H. and J. H. Robcrtson.-Trespiss s. each. 784 Brindle and white cow, off ear marked, 0^"i off rump 785 Whtoe mare J-L' conjined"offJ shoulder, J-P near shoulder, scar near neck 7'0 Chesnit fi ly, hiLd feet white, 2 conjoined near shoulder On 30th Septeml'er, by same. 793 Strawberry cow, JORR near ribs, JM1 and 3 blotch near rump 794 Roan cow, TP near rump and ribs 795 Roan cow, TP near ramp and ril e On 1st October, by same. 796 Bay horse, star and stripe, P near, A G off J rhoulder 797 Brown horse, fore fetlocks en'argoed, A " RML near shoulder (the ML conjoined) 798 Black mare, bang tail, collar marked, like 5 above - near shoulder, SK off shoulder SW' L 799 Bay draught fil'y, blaze, no visible brand On 2nd October, by same. 809 Red and white spotted bullock, near horn drooped, tip oft off ear, ME[ off rump if not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 4th November, 1803. JOHN HAMILTON, P...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
MISCELLANEOUS. "You reduce me to extremities," as the rat said to the trap which cut his tail off. Solomon advised the sluggard to go to the ant. In our day the sluggard has often to go to his " uncle." A man's boots and shoes get tight by imbibing water, but.the man doesn't. " Father," said a little boy in a theatre, " ain't that a band-box where the musicians are ?" Why cannot a deaf man be legally con victed ?-Because it is not lawful to con demn a man without a hearing. "Change for half-a-crown," as. Henry VIII. said when he cut off the head of his first wife and married the second. A Dutchman summoned to identify a stolen hog, being asked if the hog had any ear-marks, he replied :-" To only ear-marks dat I saw vas his tail vas cut off." We have heard of a couple of sisters who had to be told everything together for they were so much alike the couldn't be told apart. A man lately appeared with legs so at tenuated that the authorities had him arrested because he had no visible me...
POST OFFICE HEATHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
POST OFFICE, HEATcCOTE. LIST'OF LETTERS remaining Unclaimed at t'' s Office, received during tho week ending Oct'1'er 21st, 1863: C-iff, Mr. D.; Drake, Charles; Finlay, John Henry ; Hanifan, Mr.; Bill, Henry S ; Hurley, S ichael ; Jewel, Peter ; Keary, Mrs. Lawrence; IcLean, Archibald; NaoEon, Charles ; Portbury, 1Wn. J.; Popple, Thomas; Roberts, Thomas; Fhepherd, Mr.; Shepard, A. D.; Siky, Frederick; StielyEs, Herman; Young, Richard; L. MeINNES. Postmaster.
A MAD DESERTER. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
. A M>Is .DEsERTER.-O'Donnell, a pri vate of the 76th Regiment, stationed at "Aldershott, on being orderea for guard duty, dressed himself in full marching order and deserted. He was pursued by two mounted provosts, and took refuge in adry arch of the- Basingstoke Canal, whence he fired ineffectually at his pur suers. He again fired and missed. One of the provosts then went back to the camp.for assistance. In the meanwhile O'Donnell fired at a man who was fishing in the canal, and to whom one of the pro vosts had spoken; he missed him, however, the ball merely grazing his cheek. Assist- 1 ance arrived, but O'Donnell escaped into a wood; and his trace was lost. Some hours afterwards he was heard.of as having en tered the Bricklayers' Arms, a small beer house.on-the Hartley Row Road, demand inga pint of beer without' payment, and nf.. oromig-tho-olaim by.presenting his rifle. Another hour passed over, when he was discovered in Dipsley Copse, nearly ten miles from camp, by two provo...
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
N OTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. FIRE BRIGADEB - We are afraid writing will do little towards forming a Fire Brigade: we agree with you that ono is necessary; in fact, no town should be without'one. We believ'e, however, that Fire Brigades are 'seldom established un til a great amount of property has been destroyed, through the absence cf one. J J.-Your'letter on the subject of over charge at-the Pound, came too la:e.
PRINCE ALFRED IN THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
PRINCE ALFRED IN THE NORTH. Prince Alfred has visited Lerwick (Shet - land), having landed with some comrades from the "Racoon." They bought some ponies, and went fishing with borrowed rods.. The Prince accepted from Mr. Gondie half a dozen long Duitch pipes and a small parcel of Dutch shag, remarking with reference to.the latter that he sup posed they got this kind of tobacco pretty rendily here. Mr. Goudie replied that they could get a little of it, but that the Queen's revenue; to which the Prince replied, laughing, " Oh, I daresay." He alsoaccepted some flowers sent by the ladies of Lerwick. Shot practice was carried on from the "Racoon,'. and the officers used their riflcs. THE HON. Mns. I.ORTON BEFORE THE CoUNTY CouRT.-At the Westminster County Court on the 28th July an ap plication was made for a new trial by the Hon. Mrs. Norton, the authoress, of 3, Chesterfield Street, Mayfair, in the case which was decided against her on the 14th wherein she was sued by Miss Mary Sibley, ...
(To the Editor of the M'Ivor Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
(To the Editor of the 3I'Ivor Times.) Sir,--I think if you would lend the aid of your powerful pen, we might, with its assistance, establish a Fire Brigade.. It is a thing that is very much wanted here, as the summer is approaching, and I think you have only to take a walk down our High Street, and notice the many frail buildings of which Heathcote is composed, to See the necessity of forming a Fires Brigade.' I am only surprised it. has never been attempted before and when we have such a warning before us as Ingle wood and other places last year, and as the young men have not .been successful in for?iing a volunteer corps, I" think the best. thing they can do is to try and form a Fire Brigade. I do not think they would find any difficulty in the matter, as I know several young men myself "that would be most happy to give their ser vices. Trusting you will find space for the abqve in your next, I remain, Sir, FIRE BRIGADE. Heathcote, Oct. 20th.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
AM~TEUn Dramatic Clubs in localities where the population is limited are very useful; they are not only the means of giving our sympathy with misfortune a practical form by giving entertainments for charitable purposes, but they are sometimes the means of developing dramatic talent, which would without them slumber and die, like the oak in the acorn, for want of planting. - One member of the first Heathcote Amateur Dramatic Club is now making a profession of the dramatic skill which he acquired or improved while a member of the club. The first Heathcote Club was organised for the purpose of raising money for the Hospital building fund, and the original members were highly successful. The suc cess of the Club proved highly attractive to persons who shrank from the first attempt for fear of failure, ridicule, or a less credit able cause, till -the thanks of crowded audiences were conveyed by acclamation to what may be considered as the forlorn hope, when a number of persons joined the...
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
' While inviting communications on any current or interesting topic, we wish it to be distinctly uuiQ stood that we do not bind ourselves to publish any :letter.. Nothing, howevor, will be rejected, if legibly written, unless libellous, or too lengthly for our columns; or- unless it shall appear for some other reason that itwould be manifestly against the interests of our readers to insert it. It is requeeted that all letters intended for publication, be forwarded to this office before mid a on Wednesday of Fach week; ejected manuscript is not preserved.
Commercial. The price of gold is £3 18s per ounce. HEATHCOTE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
The prise of gold is £3 18s 6d per ounce. HEATHCOT3 MAU1KETS. Mr Craven reports Wholesale prices as follows Beat silk dressed Flour, £15 10s per ton. Wheat, 5s 9d per bushel. Seed TYheat, (G 61 ditto. Pollard, Is 9d ditto. Bran, is 8d ditto. Oats [Colonial] Gs Gd ditto. Prime seed ditto, 7s 6d ditto. Cape Barley, 6s 6d dittc. Best out Chaff, 8s cwt. say, £8 5S. per ton. Petatoes, £8 to £9 per ton.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
- BUSINESS` DIRECTOi`. MfiS KING Millidner ach.Draper, Alma House LL next Oriental Bank; High street, Heathcote 27 39. J iAMES CROWLE;, Builder and Undertaken hext Oriental Bank, Hleathcote. SHuntleyjr, near Sandi?iurt,. peit" . c , s 17 ' as7: .t... Te... e4,ph : and PostS offies, 1 ;' entcote:; . . Tr EATHOOTE HOTEL, High street, Heatheoto JI. 7 "-JAI S IIAY, proprietor. lATHCOTE FLOUR MIL L " Jenning 27 39 A DA . T. GIBSON , Fr?it.rei, Po.ulterer,-ind t. 'G'reongrocei, High-'street,:Heatlicote. :. 27-39. IVERSON, Teacher of Miisic, Heath ote L HoteL' ' o I?OR TIMES oieo, jpget Dr..Robinson, .. High stre,, 'Heathcbote. TOHN. GRANT, Blacksmith, Heathcot,'e ha O n. sale, Agricultural Implemento, DDiaye Wheelbarrows, Blacksnmith's and Miniag"Tools, &c. Shotiemg aed ',oJbbing ekecuted withi the utmost caio and dispatch., . . . " . 17'29 J O INDOUGALL, Sttienir, Bookseller, and : ew:- ' 'Ageýnt,. adjolnig Mechaniecs' nattut , and opposie Munt Ida hotel. - - S HOMAS CRAVEN, ;GEN...
ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
ENGLISH MiAIL. The Royal Mail Steam Ship BosnB.y, will be despatched with the IMils for Ksng George's Sound, Point de Galle, India, China, the Medi S.terratean Ports, Europe, America, and the United K'ngdom. The time appointed for closing at this Office is For Registered Letters,-2. p.m., on Friday, 23r1 instant. For Newspapers for the United Kingkom, .British Colonis, and Foreign Countries, via Southampton, end for all the intermediate Poars 2.30. p.m., Friday, 23rd instant. For Ordinary Letters for the United Kingdom, British Colonies and Foreign Countries, via Southampton and 'via Marseilles, and for all the intermediate Parts-2.wo, p.m., Saturday, 24th ins ant, For Newspapers via Marseillks,-2.31, , pm.., "Saturday, 24th instant. Money Orders for the United Kingdom, before 2 p.m.,-Friday, 23rd instant. It. is suggestid that all letters intended for trarsm'ssion by the Royal Mail Contract Steamers Setou'd be secured with Gum or Wafers, the use of sea'irg-wax having been found to ...
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. ARrIVAL AND. DEPAP.TURE OF THE MAILS. The times appointed for the arrival and depar ture of the Mails in Heathcote for 1863, are as under: From Melbourne, Kyneton, and Mia lin, daily Monday excepted, at 330) a.m. Closes for dispatch, daily, Sunday excepted, at 2"30 p.m. From Redcastle, Wh:oo, Rushworth and Mar chison, every Monday, W*ednesday and Friday, at 2"30 p.m. Closes for despatch, on Monday, Wed meaday and Friday, at 6 p.m. 'From Sandhurst,Wild Duck and Axedale, every 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 nesday and Friday. Closes for dispatch every Tues day, Thursday, and Saturday, at7"30 a.m. From Coaterfield, every Monday, Wedneeday & Triday. Closed for despatch at 8 am. Becaiving Boxes-Mr J. Dougall'e. High street Cleared daily, Sunday excepted, at 2.15 p m. Mr Renwick's Argylo Gully. Cleared daily, Sunday excepted, at 2...