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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 November 1863
IRELAND. The Irish National Cattle Show has just been held at Kilkenny. It was a com plete success. The entries were more numerous than last year, and the animals shown generally of a better kind. His Grace the Archbishop of Dublin, who has been confined for some time with an ulcer in his leg, is becoming so debilita ted that but little expectation is now held out of his recovery. He is 77 years of age. Belfast has been suffering under a de fective supply of water all the summer, which at present amounts to downright scarcity. The second despatch of the Transatlan tic mails from Galway, under the revived contract, took place on the 1st of Septem. ber. The steamer appointed to convey them-the Adriatic-arrived from Liver pool on August 81st. The Adriatic is the finest vesselin the company's fleet. Her engines are 1250 horse power, and her burden 4000 tons. She carries a crew of 130 men. At 1 o'clock the embarkation of the passengers was completed; they numbered altogether 100 in the c...
NEWS BY THE MAIL. ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 November 1863
&lt;NEJWS BY THE MAIL. . (From the Home News.) ENGLIND. THE harvest of the present season in England is of unexampled abundance. No farmer now living can recall so prolific a yield. of wheat. The whliole crop has been estimated at eight millions of quarters, which is an advance of about 25 per cent. upon our average year. Barley and oats are equally plentiful and equally excellent in quality. This description ap plies only to England, for in Scotland and Ireland the-prospect does not exceed the average. Even in England, there are variations. A considerable part of the crop has been secured in the southern counties, but in the North farming opera tions are later. To the fine warm weather of which we have had so long a continu ance the splendour of the clops. must. be mainly attributed; but during the last few days there have been some heavy falls of rain which have ,occasioned much un -:- easiness in those:districts w-here the her. vest is yet backward. Making all allow. ance...
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Monday, November 16th, 1863. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Mr. Stacpool, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 November 1863
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Monday, November. 16th, 1863. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Mr. Stacpool, : J.P.) The case of W. Hendy v. W. Tyrrel was called on. SMr. Adamson asked for a postlionniebt, till Tuesday, as his friend Mr. Millett; who was engaged to appear for the defendant, had just received news of a very serious affliction which-his family had been subject to, by the loss of one of his brothers under . peculiarly distressing ciroumstanoes. 'Po?i? poned tilt Tuesday. Debt--David Hanson sought to- recover, the sum of £2 19s. 4d. from William.. Foster. Order for the amount with 2s. 6d. costs4 or one week's imprisonment.
BOROUGH OF HEATHCOTE. Thursday, November 19th, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 November 1863
B3OROUGH OF . HBIkTICOTE. T2 rsiday, N'ovemibe 191th, 1863. This was the Annual Meeting :of: the Heathcote Municipal Council for the pur pose 5Ff electing a Mayor and passing the yearly accounts. Present-The Mayor, .and Crs. Hay, Fynn, Grant, and HalL . The Mayor stated that the term of office for which he had. been..elected had expired according to the Act, and it was necessary to again elect a Mayor. Cr. Fynn proposed-" That Cr. Robin son be elected Mayor. ....... Cr. Grant said he had great pleasure in seconding Cr. Fynn's proposition. Cr. Hay desired to express his concur rence and approval of Cr. Fynn's propo sition. Carried. The Mayor .then said-" Gentlemen, I have to thank you again for this renewed muark of your confidence. At the same time I have to regret that there is no emolument attached to, the office. It is not from a wish to be remunerated for any services as Mayor, but from a desire to -ee the opening of this fine building - creditable to all concerned-colebrated as...
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. Monday, November 16th, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 November 1863
* MECHAtICS' INSTITUTE. Monday, November 16th, 1863."8 Present-The Rev. T. B.udd' (in the, Chair), aed Messrs Christie, Crowle, . Yong der Luft, Brookes, Alsop, Adams, Ollson, and Thomas. The minutes of the previous meeting. were read and confirined, Mr. Adams said he had. written to the Argus, informing them that an agreement existed, which if adhered to. would reduce the amount of their account ; to Geelong Ad rertiser pointing out the mistakein their ac-. count, and to Mackay & Co., of the Bendigo Advertiser, informing them of the amount, due for postage. - The only correspondence received was a letter from the Bendigo Advertiser, thank ing the Secretary far the trouble he had taken in supplying the information sought. by them. Mr. Christie moved-" That an adver tisemen be inserted in the Times advising the publiq of the postponment of Mr. Alsop's second lecture." Seconded by Mr. Brookes. Mr. Von der Luft moved-" That the Secretary and .Treasurer wait upon Mr, Matheson.an...
Tuesday, November, 17th, 1863. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 November 1863
Tuesday, November, 17th, 1863. (Before Mr. Willohy, PiM.) . =: PostponedWages Case.-William Hendy v. Thomas. Tyrrel. .Mr. Millett for de fendant. William Hendy, sworn, paid : Defendant. owes me £14; I was engaged at £2 per week; the engagement was in writing. Mr.. Millett. submitted to the Bench. that. the case was not within its jurisdiction, as it was a partnership concern, the complain ant having, a share in the claim in which he: alleges he earned the sum claim. The. agreement stated that he was to receive £2?. per week and a share in the claim. ..The case was dismissed for want of .urisr diction. James Edwards and others v.., James. Crowle. 'Complainants sought to recover. the sum of £10 l10s. for extra plaster work', in the new Town Hall, and £20 balance. ef . contract. Postponed till Thursday in order to await; the arrival of the Architect's certificate. Thursday, November 19th, 1863. (Before Mr..Willoby, P.M1f., and Messrs. Stackpool, Cocks & Dr. Robinson, J.P.'s) Ja...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 November 1863
Rmroua, with her fabled means of circu lating truth or .falsehood, is extremely busy just now upon the subject of Cabinet desertions, or the displeasure with which the more liberal section of the Ministry is regarded by those who represent what may be considered as the remains of the old Victorian Association. The Melbourne correspondent of our contemporary, the Ballarat Star on the subject says :-"'I am informed that on Saturday last there was a meeting of the Victorian Association, or, hold the opinions of those .who were 'the originators of that association, and most of whom were subscribers to the fund that worked the last general election. At this meeting it is stated that £5,000 were sub scribed far political purposes, and that these persons who may be taken to repre sent the extreme squatting section of public opinion, have resolved to have Mr. Heales and Mr. Higinbotham out of the present Ministry, .or give their help to the Oppo sition to destroy the Ministry altogether." T...
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 November 1863
NOTICES.:::, SAPPROACHINo MEETIN S. Municipal Cuuncil. - In the Town Hall at 8 p.m., on Wednesday, 25th November. Heathcote Disrict Road Board.-Road Board Office, at 1 p.m., on Tuesday, December let. Hospital.-In the Committee Room, at 8 p.m., on Tuesday, December 1st. Mechanice' Institute.-In the Committee Room, at half-past 8 p.m., on Monday, November 80th. Managers of the.Heathcote Totwn and Gold-Oelds Commone.-at the Union Hotel. SMasonic Lodge.-In the Lodge, at 8 p.m., on Friday, December 4th.
GARDENERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDER NOVEMBER. [November in Australia Corresponds to May in Great Britain.] [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 November 1863
GARDENERS' AND PARMERS' CALENDER.. SNovElBEn. : , [November in Australia corresponds to.May.in G,eat Britain.] KiTcnEN GAnBDE..-Cucumbers, Melons, ind Capsicums will command particular attention this mouth; special care must be taken neainst frosty mornings which very ofcnoccur duringthis month; cover the plants over at night with matting or grass if convenieit: 'Look out for the red spider.amongst your Cucumber and-Melon plants, a good watering for.two or three evenings will destroy them. Cucumbers.--As these begin to throw. out their vines,they should be caretully trained, and not be allowed to remain too thick. Where a cucumber appears, pinch back the shoots just before the fruit at a joint, this will.caune a fresh branch to break, and it willbear fruit. Sow again for succession,. Moelos.-Wheih these have grown to the. extent of fonr rough leaves, pinch out the crown; this will cause four or five branches to come out, which, when they have attained a length of three or four feet,...
HEATHCOTE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD Wednesday, November 18th, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 November 1863
HEA.TRCOTE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD Wednesday, November 181l?, 1863. This was the Annual Meeting for the election of Chairman, and to receive the annual Financial Report. Present--The Chairman (Mr. I. M1. Matheson), and Messrs Freeman, Egan, Cocks, and Dr. Robinson. Mr. D. M. Matheson was unanimously elected Chairman for the third time. A letter was read from Mr. Strong apologising for being absent from the meeting, and stating the reasons, which were unabdidable. "He also stated that he was prepared to enter into the .rtquired bond. The Chairman stated the annnual audit of accounts had taken place, and- they had been found correct i the Reportis now on the table. The following is the Report:- General Account of Receipts and Ex penditure from November 4th, 1852, to October 21st, 1863.. RECEIPTS. To balance in. Oriental Bank 827 6 2 ,, Government grants in aid 8503 1 11 ,, Rates collected 442 8 84 ,, Doirrears 1862 8 6 4-- 445 15" 0j ,, Deposits on contracts ... 106 0 0 £4882 8 1i DISBURS...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 November 1863
Heai ateQs United Methodist Free S.,: . ChU,`urch Bazaar. E? .following contributions are grate fully -acl:not'ledged, there are nume rbuother articles promised, and will appear in.a supplementary list : Mrs. Keene, 4 ladies trimmed bonnetts, 6 ehemesettes, 8 bead collars, 2 crinoline -, ?lrts, 1 doz. plaid socks, 1 doz. thread :.J.gloves, half doz. tooth brushes, 5 infant "Ipgpwder boxes, 1 box of flowers. AI.r. Sharman, l1quarter of beef. Mrsz;Sharman, 8 fancy pin cushions, 1 =faneylS' iead cloth, 1 looking-glass cover, 2 fancy ladies aprons. )dis.?i.ghes, 2 lamp mats, 4 tea-potmats, -"i'1-doz.blind tassels and covers. Mr. James Christie,-1-Kerosene Lamp. Mrs. Parfery, 5s. cash. Mrs. Spreadbmuy, 4 lamp mats, 1 doz. vase m"iats, half doz. teapot mats, 1 fly .cage, half a doz. childrens' frocks - Sreadbury Sen., 10s. cash, 1 gold : nrg,-and' 1 doz. baby linen. Mr. Preston, 1 doz. ladies cotton stands.' Messrs. C. Spr.adbury, and Preston, 1 sofa .:Lhnd) Mr. Alsop, miniature bazaar ,,...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 November 1863
THE M"UNICIPAL COUNCIL.-We have no space to spare for recording all the ad journments of the annual meeting df the Town Council. - ,. THE POLICE, OUR HORSES, COWS, AND GOATS.-We hope the Municipal Council will take steps to make local government what it ought to be, and not leave the dis trict to the tender mercies of Mr. Wilson, who has both power nnd inclination to act the petty tyrant. ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MOVEMENT. -- At length it is determined to add the voice of Heathcoto to the general protest against sending convicts to Australia from Great Britain. A ,meeting will be held at the Heathcote Hotel, on IMonday evening next, at 8 o'clock, p.m.,. for the above purpose. THE Rush IN HIGH STREET. - Several claims are still working, but it has scarcely come up to the expectations of many of the miners. The "Band of Brothers." have sunk a new shaft, and pronounce it a "stringer." Lease and party have bot-. tomed a " shicer," next to the " Rise and Shine," southward, and have commenced ...
POST OFFICE REGULATIONS FOR THE ISSUE AND PAYMENT OF POST OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 November 1863
POST 'OFFI'CE .. REGULATIONS FOR TnE IssuE AND PAYMENT OF PoSr OrFFca MosNE Onbces. His Excellency' the Goversor, w'th the .advice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to. di rect thh publication of the :following. Regulatidns 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 places5 on and after the Ist July, 1858:- ' 1. Places and times of isosue and payment. Money-orders may be obtained end. be made pay able at the following places, viz::- .... . The Post Office at Mielbourne Ditto " Geelong Ditto i Ballaqrat Ditto .Sandhurst Ditto. Castlemaine ' Ditto Beechworth Ditto G ilmore Ditto Maryborough' Ditto Ararat Ditto Pleasant Creek Ditto Williamstown Ditto Portland 'i:,Ditto -Belfast " .Ditto Warnemhool between tre hours of Ten a.m.. andrThreo p.m. daily-Sundays exoepted. 2;. Limit of amount, an...
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES ARE AUTHORISED TO BE TRANSMITTED IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 20 November 1863
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES ARE AIUTHORISED TO pB TILnNi'S.ITTED IN VICTOPIA, I. To lessen as much as possible any liability to earorin the transmission of Messages from defec tive manuscript, it is desirable ihat the .use of Figures should be. avoided, and that words at length be substituted; and the public, in using .the Eectric Telegraph, are requested to be particular in giving a fall 'and correct address to every Mes sage, so that the least possible delay in delivery sgoy opur. . 2. Messages will be transmitted in the order of their reception, and no precedence will be allowed, except for special despatches on the service of the Government, the arrest of criminals, and ' in cases of pressing emergency, sickness, or death. 3. All hlessages 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 -titten the words ." Re...