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DELIBERATE INSULT TO THE LORDLIEUTENANT OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 December 1863
DELIBERATE INSULT- TO THE LORDn LIEUTENANT OF IRELAND.-Lord Car lisle last week visited County Galway, and received several addresses. Lord Leitrim, the landlord of the DMaam - Hotel' (Mr. King, lessee), .having an. alleged grievance against the Lord-Lieutenant, wrote the folowing letter to his tenant: S"Gallway, Oct. 6, 1863. King,-I will be obliged to you to fill the hotel with my tenants forthwith. Let-every room be occupied immediately, and continue to be occupied; and when so occnpied you will refuse admittance to-Lord Carlisle and his party. If there should be the slightest difflculty as to dlling .:the hotel; the occupation of the rooms; my. desirg is that you will fill each rocm with the work men ; but you must not admit Lord Car lisle, and consequently the rooms should be occupied previous to his coming" there. SAny orders you may have received not withstanding, I rely on your observing my wishes to the letter. Yours faithfully, LEI?fsa .. P.S.-I will pay for the tenants us...
(To the Editor of the M'Ivor Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 December 1863
(To the Editor of the M'Iror Times.) S' i,-As my name stnnds connected in your leader of last week with tlhe reference you make to the recent Soiree in the Town Hall, and as I find from its perusal that yourself, with others, have been the dupe of a rumour which to me has a mystical origin, permit me to correct the error, and exonerate Mr. Wilson from the charge it involves him in. When the Bazaar Committee made enuiry at 'the Town Hall if the water could be boiled on the ground adjoining, they were told-no, that to light a fire on the Governmeet ground involved a fine of one hundred pounds, and under their in structions, Iboiled it on Mr. Matheson's allotmeht. I am not aware that Mr. Wilson was ever asked about the matter ; how ever,' he never interlered with me in any way. I am, Sir, Your obedient Servant, THOMAS PRESCOTT. Heathcote, 23rd Dec. 1863. [If, through the representation of the United Methodist Free Church Committee, we have done Mr. Wilson an injustice, we ere sorry. *O...
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 December 1863
While inviiing ommtnicat onyon any current or interes ing top c we wi h ii'to be d stioctly and r stood that we d i otbind ourselves to pub ish any to t r.. Noc ing, boirveer, wlli be reje ted, if legibly ivritten, unless libellou, or too lengtbly for our colurrns; or unl es i sha'l appear for some other reasen -that it would bo manmfestly aga'nst the int~iests of our readers to insert it. It. is requested that all litters intended for publicatioun,be forreaded to tris office bef re mid diy on We iinevdy of .ach week. Rejected manuso. ii t isnot preserved.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 December 1863
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 December 1863
ENGLISH MAIL. The Royal Mit Steam Ship Now?asnt. will be despatehed sih the LMils for K lg George's Svund,.Point de Galle, Indic, China, the Medi terra ean Buoirs; Europe, Amer;ca, and the United a ngdom, rlq aturday, i, b inst. The time app. inted for cloirg at this Office i '' For I.gist?did ITet:dra,-e2 p.m.; on. Wednday, 23rd instant. For NewffisprOs for tha Unite' Kingkom, Brit:sh ColoLi , and Foeihgn Countries, via .-uthampton, se d fr all tie intermediate Por:s LS.0. p.m., Wednesday, 23rd instant. For Ordinary Letters fir the Us itel KinCdom, British Co on:es a, d I. reign Countries, via Soutbampton and Viet Mrseilles, and for all tt.e intermeiate P,rtL-2.3o, p.m., Friday, 25th ins ant, For Newtp pers ria Mearsellls,--2.30, p m., Friday, 25th instant. Money Ordte-s for the Uti'ed Xingdcm, before 2 p.m., Wednes'ay, 23rd instant. Is is eugg.·i d that all letters int-nded for transm"slion by th' Ryql Mail Contract Steamer. l-ou'd he secured with Gem or Wafrrs, the use of eealiog...
HEATHCOTE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 December 1863
HEATOCOTE MARKETS. It' CraveT reports .Wiolesalaprices 'o follo -. Best silk 'ressed Flaor, £16 10s per ton. Wheat, 5s 9d per hbuhel. Seed Wheat.. Os d ditto. Pollard, Is 9d ditto, Brei;-le Sd-itto. . O.t, [Cola)] Sa Od ditto. Prime seed ditto, 7s 6dditto. 1 Cape Barley, 6s 61 ditto. Beacent Chaff, 8s Cwt. Hay, £L 15s. per ton. Potatoes, £8 to £9 ter to. -
Original Poetry. CHRISTMAS CAROL. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 December 1863
CHRISTM AS CAROL. -Merry Christmas.is here, And brings us good cheer, So we'll greet himwith song and with rhymes; 'Twas the custom of yore, 'Mongst the rich and the poor, In the good and the merry old times. Then strike up the song, And bear it along, Till, echo'd through space far away, The birds hear the strain,. And re-echo again, With, warblings melodious and gay. We can think of the time When'the frostyrime He shook" fronfhis long, grey beard, As,.'midst joyous mirth, ' In the land of our birth, His merry old forn appeared I We can think of it now, When the mistletoe bough Was suspended 'midst laughter and fun; We can think of the blushing, .Of the kissing and hushing, And of how. many: kisses we won! Then pledge him a cup, To the brim fill'd up, While thinking of Christmas of old; And pledge him one more, As he hails at our door, In this land of - wealth and of gold! We'll hail him with joy, S 'For he's a merry old boy, Thbugh bow'd 'neath the.weight of his years; And thus we...
Tuesday, December 22nd, 1863. (Before Mr. Willoby, P. M.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 December 1863
Tuesday, December 22nd, 1863. (Before Mr..Willohy, P.M.) An; assault case' was called on but. neither complainant or defendant ap peared. The Court' adjourned to 12 o'clock. On the Court resuming, Mr. Willoby, P.M., and Messrs Robinson and Cocks, J.P.'s, took their seats. -I • Mr.: W. Harding's application for a license for a booth at the M'Ivor Inn, on BBoxingI.Day. was refused.. The Court.adjourned till to day. a -
THE STEAM RAMS ON THE MERSEY. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 December 1863
-THE STEAM tAMS8 ON THE NERSBY. "-El Tousson, one of the iion-.lads' built by Messrs Laird brothers, wai recently taken into the Great Float, flying the French ensign. S;nce 'then she has been moored at the .Victoria Wharft in that immense. basin, and operations have been steadily prosecuted for the purpose of fit ting her for sea. On Thursday last "a Custom-house officer proceeded to the: Great Float, and went on board of the El Tousson.. On Friday this proceeding was followed by the appearance of :a. second Custom:house officer, who, it is said, put the " broad arrow "on-.the yes sel, and, it is also said, remained in charge ;of the ship:- About: eleven o'clock on Thursday night the Goshawk, finder the" command of Lieontenant Cheek, actini tender to her laj~esty's ship Majestic, went into the low-water basin, which. is not yet open for vessels and remained there on Friday and Saturday. On Satur. .day morning her Majesty's ship Liverpoor' dropped from her previous moorings, and too...
FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 December 1863
"'-A'a -isterilnqtuiry was held' at the''. 'Iih?n ? el, I ? Taesday last, -when the- felowling evidence was taken before Mf.: Willohy,? -P.Mi, .'touching. the death of - Joseph :odgsori:- . William Dtincan,,?'armer, sworn, said :. I was riding' into Heatheote from my. farmbon the M'Ivor Creek, about 6 o'clock yesterday evening; I was coming to the Post-office; I saw a bullock-dray coming. down the hill near?Watkins'"farm ; 'I was talking to.Mr. Lindsey; I saw the bul locks commence to run; I saw : the drivier sitting. on. the.. pole of -the dray-;, he wasg-: shouting out very loud for the bullocks,;to stop; I said 'to Mr. Lindsey, " we had better get out of the way, they appear to. be coming at full speed " I saw thie, man tumble off the pole, and the wheel went over his chest' I never saw him move after?:.I went and stopped the bullooks; I shouted to Mr. Lindsey to stop, as I thought the-man was dead; he came b?k ,; he asked' who the dray belonged. to;'I looked at the "dray and saw...
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Monday, December 21st, 1863. (Before Mr. Willoby, P. M.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 December 1863
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Monday; Dede?'ier 21st; 1863. ' (Defore. Mr. Willoby,- P,?M.). Mary Williams was charged with steal ing fromn the pePson of R. D. M'Donald six l£ notes. R. D. M'Donald, sworn, said: I live at Costerfield; I called in to Mrs. Williams' place yesterday morning, about 5 o'clock; it is the half-way house on the Antimony road; I called in to give her. some money to get something to eat with, 'I gave her 15s.-I-alf a" sovereign and two half crowns;., I stopped in the place, as my foot was ba ; she seint her niece to get some meat and bread, to the Lower An timony; she said,-" You. had better lay .down a bit and rest your leg;" I wasn't laid down long, not more than ten minutes, before, she. came in and put her hand in my left hand trousers pocket and.took out £6; I pulled the notes out in her presence when I gave. her. the 15s.; when I laid d. ownI' took the notes and. counted them, there was one old note. and five Oriental notes ;I taxed .her;.with i. immediately ...
HEATHCOTE BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, December 23rd, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 December 1863
EATHQCOTE BOROUGH COUNCIL; SWednesday, December. 23rd, 1863. Present--The Mayor,, pnd Crs. Hay, Pynn and Hali, Some.conversation.took place as to the right of the Committee for General PaFu poses to transact general business. The Council on a former-occasion had-'resolved itselef into a- Committee of .the whole, three to form a. quorum. The Mayor, Ors. Hay and Hall contended that the three had power to transact any business. Gr. Fynn did not think so. (The case of the North looked hopeless). Cr. Grant took his seat,:and thus made an indisputable quorum. The minutes .of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE . . From Mr. Flannagan, stating that the Council is indebted to him in the sum of E120 instead of £52, as stated in the Clerk's. communication, and asking for a cheque of £50 on account. Fr rom thh.Sandhurst.'Borough Council, acknowledgi4ng their' willingness to. co operate withllHeathcote in. the 0ndeavor. to " establish Teldgrasphi .communication bn tween ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 December 1863
As we are-on the eve of the -great- and almost universal holiday of Christmas, we think it right to -offer a truce to public enemies, and let our local quarrels cease, in order that we may truly say, we wish not only our readers, but everyone else 'a Merry Christmas I Yes, we include all in our wish, even Superintendent Wilson, although he scarcely deserves it, for no doubt he has been 'the means of compelling some families to put up with a joint of pleuro-pneumonia beef, or still less delec table mutton; for their Christmas dinner, when they might, had it not have been for him and the Town and Country Police Act, have sat down to a good fat kid, or a sucking pig , But we will say nothing about such things just now; we will not at this festive time, remind those miserable creatures whose acts have rendered them fit objects of public censure, of their du plicity. Oh no, just as the whole world as it were is preparing to enjoy themselves, and celebrate the anniversary of :the day on w...
SCENE IN "BELL'S LIFE OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 December 1863
-SCENE IN " BELL'S LIFE OFFICE. The unmitigatedscroundrelism of a certain class of the " patrons of the. noble art" seems to have reached its climax on the occasion of a recent fight between Gannon and Baldock, for £100 a.side.. The police twice put a stop to theaencouhter, at d'the referee ordered the men to' meet the stakeholder at the office of " Bell's Life" on the next daiy. The meeting'is. thus reported by the editor:--" The represent. tatives" of the men treatedt us to one of the usual levies which our. position compells us to hold, in which loud"voices and unabashed falsehoood. were used as the iinstruments to blind our eyes to juqtioe, and it was not till our room was cleared of all save one representative of each man. that we couild: get on anything like tdrms, or ascertain the point at issue, which triied, out to be that Gannon's friends. accused Buldock of .willingly giving. himself up' to police; while Baldock's backers strenu ously denied this fact, and declared the ma...
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 December 1863
THi E WAR NE W Z EALAN. [BY TELEGRAPH FROM SYDNEY.] (From the Argue.) .Sydney, Monday.. The Prince Alfred brings Auickind iiews to the 9th inst. The Maori King movement is considered. as extinguished. William Thompson has. addressed the Governor, suing for peace on any terms, all his tribe except about forty being killed,. womnded, .or : prisoner,,. Go vernor Grey replied, "The Cieneral-must go uninterrupted to Ngaridwahia. The Queen's flag must be hoisted there., Then 'I'l: talk with you." Latest accounts say that General Cameron had rapidly pushed.-through the Waikato,: country, and that `before the*Maories could recover. the blow given them at Rangariri, had reach?ed Thompson's head-quarters un molested. . The troops muide simultaneous moveo ments from Koheroa. AMeremere. and the ýueen's Redoubt. A portionwas supposed to be intended for the occupation of Ngarmi wahia. General Cameron's ability in the succes ful conduct of the war is warmly eulogised. Colorel Austin, 14th Regt.,. ...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 24 December 1863
. ODD FiELL9wsuiP:.-A meeting of inten. ding 'n~embers of the Loyal Heathcote tLdge, was held at the Victoria, on Mon-n dy night when. it was resolved to open the lodge'on'the 13th of January, 1864. TaHE THUNDERBOLT REEF..- Mr. Lepgg is getting this reef into working order, and there can be little doubt that before long it will. contribute very materially to the, pros- perity of this town. Sioocucae ACCIDENT. --A ;man nained Joseph Hodgson, was. killed on.. Monday last, near the town, by the wheel of a bullock dray passing over his- chest he having fallen from the pole on which he was riding. The evidence taken at the magis terial enquiry will be found in another col umn. A CURIOUS APPLICATION. - Mr. Harding, of the Tooborac Hotel, applied for a special publican's license for a booth at the sports about to be provided by Mr. Dudley, at the Old McIvor Inn, on Boxing Day. The Bench very properly refused the unreason- able request, and not a few laughed at the absurdity, while others i...
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES ARE AUTHORISED TO BE TRANSMITTED IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 March 1864
ELECTlRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH TELEORAPrEC MESSaGES ARE AUTIIORISED TO BDEZ -Trt±? UTTED LZ VICTORLI. 1. To lessen as much is possible any liability to eirorin the transmission of 3essages from defec tire 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 EleetricTelegraph, are requested to be particular in giving a full and correct address to' every Mfes sage, so that the least possible delay in delivery may deoccur.. ........ :2.' Messages will be transmitted in the order of their recepton, and no precedence will be allowed, except for spec:aI despatches on the service of. the Government, the arrest of criminals, and in cases of pressing emergency, sickness, or'death.' 3. Al3Iessages'will be held strictly confidential: 4. Payment of Charges in" advance will be re quired, except for Replies to Interrogatory pMes= sages onr which the sender may have written the wor...