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GENERALS KILLED IN THE AMERICAN. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
GENEn tls. KILLED IN THE AMEBIIAN Wan.-A gentleman conversant with mili tary affairs, states as the result of a recent examination of the records, that since the. commencement of this war we have lost thirty-seven Generals by death, twenty-six of whom.were' killed in battle or died by reason of casualties; and, in addition; sixty, one Generals have been wounded and re-~ covered.-New York Tribune, CAPTAIN :Coos.-A monument to. Cap tain Cook, the great navigator, is about to be erected in the Sandwich Islands, WASTE OF HUMAN LIFE IN WAR. From the statistics collected by the sanl tary commission, it appears that in spite of theo high average health of oxit men, as aonipared with that of'European armies, to keep a force of 500,00 men up to its full strengthin the field, it must-receive a, rem inforcement of 123,000 men every year. In other words, without' any ordinary re .veises or disasters, without cholera or: crushing defeats, half a million . of the. healthiest traops in the world, ...
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, 1st October, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. AGOcaL??OD, , let October, 1863. There has been no war news of any im portance sinde my last. Colonel Nixon 'and. his 'flying column" have returned from: another expedition in the. Wainku and Pukekohe district, but failed to discover any Maories. It is believed, however, that. some'of them are lurking about, intent upoin havingrtftu for the'native who was shot by?: Capt. Lloyd's party at Waiuku, about ten days ago. Nothing has occurred' at' Wairoa yet,. although it is known the natives are. - waiting an opportunity to make an attack. The rumors about their movements are,.. however, very indefinite. There is abso lutely no news 'whatever from the front. You will, probably, have seen that one: hundred armed natives have been down 'to". Raglan and carried off two old ship's gons. The settlers there were very much alarmed,. and some of them took refuge on board the Abeona, a small vessel lying in the road-? stead. There has been a large meeting of the Northern' n...
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. Monday, 19th October, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. Monday, 19th October, 1868. Present-The Rev. Mr. Weston, in the Chair, Messrs. Ollson, Brooks, "Adams, Hubbard, Hodgson, and Thomas. The minutes of the previous meeting were read. . Mr. Brooks said-" Before the minutes are confirmed, I wish to draw attention to the inaccuracy of one of the miniutes refeir ring to Mr. Crimp's letter complaining of having been struck off the Committee, through not having paid his subscription. The' Committee decided at the last meeting, that no notice could be taken of the letter." Mr. Thomas objected to the minute standing as it appeared in the book, as it is a flat contradiction of the report in the Times, for which he is responsible. Several members of the Committee, who were present at the last meeting, said the minute was incorrect. The Vice-President, Mr. Christy, joined the Committee : he said Mr. Crimp's letter was disposed of, and the minute was erased. Mr. Adams said the Sub-committee: had made arrangements for securing...
HEATHCOTE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Wednesday, October 21, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
HEATHCOTE MUNICIPAL:,, COUNCIL. Wednesday, October 21, 1863. A Special Meeting of the Council was held for the purpose of putting the new Municipal Institutions Act into force. Present-The Mayor (Dr. Robinson), Crs. Fynn, Hay, Grant, Craven and Hall. The Councillors signed the declaration rendered necessary by Clause 35. The Mayor declared that in consequence of Mr. Yould being disqualified, there is a vacant seat in the Council. Cr. Hay proposed-" That Mr. Burch continue to act as Town Clerk, and also as Collector, Treasurer, and Valuator.; and that his salary be increased £10 per an num in consequence of the extra work." Seconded by Cr. Craven, and carried. Cr. :Hay proposed, and Cr. Fynn seconded-"That the Oriental Bank be the Bankers of the Council." Carried. Cr. Fynn proposed-" That the annual Balance Sheet be made up to the 21st of September." Secondedhby Or. Hay, and carried. It was resolved that the ordinary meet ings of the Council be held every alternate Wednesday at 3 p.m...
COLONIAL IMPUDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
COLONIAL IMPUDENCE. --About the best specimen of this not very rare com modity was exhibited by the bushrangers who lately stuck-up Messrs Machattie and Battye, the surveyors. Being expostu. lated with by the captives, and asked why they did not give up their present evil courses, they replied they had nothing better to do, and would not give up unless Government offered them a bonus to leave the country !-Pastoral Times,:October 17. - SAVED BY . HIS TAIL !-The heavy rains on Saturday, had the usual effect of flooding the'Lcreeks,. &c., in this district. Certain Chinese workings at Yankee Point, Taradale, were very much damaged. The giving way of one embankment endangered some Mongolian: miners.. One was very nearly drowned, and was only rescued by a fellow-countryman hauling him out of the water by his pig-tail. The rescued Chinaman yelled horribly. This accident shows that Chinese tails, like English crinoline, are not without their uses. 1. A. Mail, October 19. A Nnew WAR...
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Tuesday, October, 21, 1863. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Mr. Stacpool, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Tuesday, October, 21, 1863. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Mr. Stacpool, J.P.) John Williams was charged with ex posing his person in High-street. He pleaded not guilty. Constable Toal described the nature of the offence, and Williams said he was drunk, and did not remember any thing that happened. Committed foi ten days to hard labour. Breach of the Mining Bye.Laws.-. John Boyse charged Mr. Costelo with removing a peg from his claim. Fined 20s., and 2s. 6d. costs. The adjourned goat cases were dismissed on Friday last.
LATER FROM AMERICA AND MEXICO. PROBABLE INVASION OF CANADA NORTH CAROLINA DECLARED FOR THE UNION. SYDNEY, 19th October. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
LATER FROM AMERICA AND MEXICO. PROBABLE INVASION OF CANADA NORTH CAROLINA DECLARED FOR THE UNION. SYDNEY, 19th October. The Panama from California, has arrived here. She brings American news to the 19th August. The latest intelligence was to the effect that General Mende's vanguard had over taken the army of General Lee. General Lee was moving towards Fredericksburg, and it was cousidered certain that another great battle would take place in Virginia. The Confederates were in force on the Rappidan, ahd the Federals had taken up a position on the Rappahannock. . Strong hopes were entertained that the Federals would prove successful in their attack upon Fort Sumter, and succeed in demolishing it, but even then it was not considered probable that they would suc ceed in capturing Charleston-at any. rate for a very eonsi'erable time. North Carolina had declared for the Union. Some excitement has been occasioned in Canada by the report that the States would declare war against England and...
HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. Tuesday, 21st October. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
HEATHCOTE HOSPITAL. Tuesday, 21st .Oectober. At a meeting bf the Visiting Committee of the Heathcoto Hospital. Present-the Chairman, and. Messrs. .Cunningham, Mack intosh, and Adams. SMr. Sutherland attended on' behalf of the Amateur Serenaders,' and stated that they were prepared to start on a tour to Rushworth, and other places, and give a series of entertainments on behalf of. the Hospital, , and asked the Committee to sanction this step, it was agreed to on the motion of Mr. Cunningham, seconded by Mr. Mackintosh. Mr. H. Thomas' offer to act as agent in .the matter was accepted. The Warder reported a donation of a hive of bees from Mr, Walker,
MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
MEXICO. The Mexican intelligence reaches to the 22nd July. A war of extermination had been de clared by-the Mexicans against the French invaders. The French authorities were imprisoning and shooting those who refused allegiance to the Government established by them. General Forey had commenced flogging people for refusing to receive the French officers billeted upon them, into their houses. The'representatives of foreign powers refuse to leave Mexico, or to recog nise any but the Juarez Government. The Black Prince was loading at San Francis6Ej 4 llelbourne; and, at Puget Sound, t'fnilbasll and All Serene were loading for the Australian colonies.
Churches. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
Churches. Christ Church of England- Incnmbent:Rev Tbhe odore Budd.: . Organist, Mr Adams - Trusteei, Messrs Routledge, Ferguson, and Minter. : Com mittee, Rev T. Budd, and Messrs 3J. B. Morris, Hubbard, Adams, Hastofi,' Hall, :Merrifleld; Ferguson, Ghristie, King,'J. Routledge', 'W Routledge, Crimp, ilinter, and: Gddard (Sedre tary). Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and half-past 6 p.m. Roman Catholic Church-Clergy man, Rev - Ne ville.' Service once a fortnight.; Presbyterian Church-Minister, .Rev Leishnian. Precentor, Mr. Greig. Bervico every Sunday at 11 a.m. aid6 p.m.. , Wesleyan Chureh - Minister, Rev -- Westbn' Committee, Messrs Trevaskis,'Hughston, :Rowe, Crowle,;and Jackah, -. Service every. Sunday at: 11 a.m. and half-past 6 p.m. United Methodist Free Church-Minister 'RT E.'; Hughes. Organist, Mr Allsop.' Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and half-past6 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
NOTICE. On and after 23rd July, the following rates o Postage will be chargeable upon Letters for the Unite1 Kingdom e?a M~nrsetles :-Not exceeaing half an ounce, tenpence (10d) ; exceeding half an ounce but not exceeding oucce, one shilling and eightpence, (1s. 8d.); above one ounce but not exceeding two ounces,. three shillings and four Fence, (asI 4d.); above two ounces but not exceed ing three ounces, five shiliogs, (5a.) Every ounce after the first, one shilling and eightpence (ls. 8d.) L. MoINNES, PosTonATEn. Post Ofne,-Heathcote. July 23, 1863. NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. AMunicipal Council.--In' the Council Chamber, at 3 p.m., on Wednesday, 28th October. Heathcote District Road Board.--Emou Hotel, at 1 p.m., on Tuesday, November 3rd. Hospital.-In the Committee Room, at 8 p.m., on Tuesday, November 10th. Mfechanics' Institute.-In the Committee Room, at half-past 8 p.m., on Monday, November 2nd. Managers of the Heathcote Town and Gold-Oelds Conmmons.-at the Union Hotel. Mas...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 23 October 1863
TERRITOCIAL MAGISTRATEs.-We sae by the Gazette of Friday, October 10, that William Gunn, Esq., of Waranga Park, Rushworth, and John 'Cameron, Esq., of Baillieston, Whroo, and J. I. Winter, Esq., of Colbinabbin, have been added to the Roll of Magistrates for the colony of Vic toria. All squatters, of course. SiERous ACCIDENT AT REDCASTLE. Edward Davy, a miner working in Palling and Co.'s claim, on the Welcome Reef, Staffordshire Flat, was seriously injured by a piece of rock from the "back" striking him on the head; he was removed to Heatheote, and admitted into the Hospital. SAILOR DAVY's WATCH.-It will be re membered that a month or five weeks since Davy's tent was robbed, and among other things stolen, was his watch; the police have traced this to a Melbourne Pawn broker's establishment, where it was pledged for 7s. Gd. We hope the thief may be caught, as his appearance here would not only excite our curiosity, but his punish ment would give a deal of satisfaction. THE REV. Mn. BU...
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 30 October 1863
NOTICE. O: and after 23rd July, the followi g rates o Poata?ge willbe chargeable upon Letters for the United Kingdom via Maradjlea :--Not exceeaing half an ounce, tenpeoce (10dd) exceeding half an ounce but not ex:eeding ounce, one shilling and eightpence, (Ih. 8d.); above one ounce butnot exceedi: g two ounces, three shillings end four S ence, (3a. 4d.); above two ounces but not exoecd ing three ounces, five shilisgs, (5S.) Every ounce after the first, one shilling and eightreonce (Is. 8d.) L. foINNES, t Offie, eathte J PsTuy 23 3. =Post Office, eathcqte.,July 23, 1&63.
POST OFFICE REGULATIONS FOR THE ISSUE AND PAYMENT OF POST OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 30 October 1863
POST OFFICE REGULATIONS FOE Tnr ISSUE AND PAYMEST OF Post OpFICE MONEYTOnaDns.E His Excellency the Governor, w'th the advice of tho Executive Council, has been .pleased to di rect thhpublicatioi of :the- following Regulations for the issue and; paymont'of post office money orders in the Colony of Victoria; and the publio are hdreiy ihfoimed that in conformity with these regulations," money-ordeis iy:b'o obtained and be made payable'at the undermentioned places, on .and after the Ist July,. 1858- . 1..Places and times of isssue and payment.- Money orders may be obtainid and be made pay able at the following places; 'ii.: . Tho Post Office at Melbourne S Ditto ' G'elbog - Ditto' Ballaarat Ditto Sandhurst Ditto Castlemaine: Ditto Beechworth. Ditto Kilmore, ' Ditto Maryborough Ditto Ararat Ditto Pleasant Creek: SDitto Williamstown Ditto Portland:. Ditto Belfast,:: : Ditto Warnsimbonl between .tno hors of Ten a.m. and Three p.m. daily-Sundays excepted, 2;. Limit'of amount, arid number to...