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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 March 1864
THE ROAD BOARD ELECTION.-- Mr Morris was returned to the vacant seat in the Road Board by a small majority over his opponent, Mr. Trevaskis. CHARLEY WILLIAas.--The charge of breaking his engagement was withdrawn, and Charley will appear, along with Miss Annie Young and Mr. Lindsay, on Satur day night, at the Heathcoute Hotel. TaE WIDOW OF THE LATE MDE. DEMPsTEE.-A Dramatic Entertainment was advertised for last night at the Emeu Hotel, for the benefit of Mrs. Dempster, but was postponed till to-night, in conse quence of the state of the weather. THE NEW CATHOLIC CnIIURC.-The ceremony of laying the foundation stone of the New Catholic Church will take place at eleven o'clock on Sunday next. The stone will be laid by his Lordship, the Right Reverend Dr. Goold, and the event will be cel'brated by a Pontifical Mass. The Very Reverend the Dean of Geelong, Dr. Hayes, will preach a Ser mon in the afternoon. THE STABING CAsE.-The man who was stabbed by Margaret Walton, alias Mother Forty, is...
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. VIA SYDNEY, 9th March. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 March 1864
THE WAR NEW ZEALAND. (From Thursday's Age.) VzY Ssxmr, 9th March. The LS.N. Co.'s steamer Claude Hamil ton,-brings news from Auckland to 2nd March. Colonel Nixon was recovering from his wounds. The steamer Avon, which got on shore at the Waikato, still remained there. A large number of the Ngatiparon tribe were marching to join the rebels at Maunga. tantauri, when they were ordered back by the Arawa (friendly) tribe residing near Rotorua Lakes. By last advices both parties were in battle array. It is reported that 150 Maories sur rendered on the 26th ult. It is believed that 1000 of our men will winter at Rangiawhia, a most fertile dis trict, where about 800 acres are planted with potatoes by the natives. The volunteers from Victoria and South Australia, with their families, landed on the 29th February. Maori bodies are continually being found in the swamps. Their loss must have been very great. The 70th and 40th Regiments are build inga redoubt at Kihikihi. Operations have been rec...
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Monday, March 7th, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 11 March 1864
HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT. Monday, March 7th, 1864. (Before Mr. Willoby, P.M.) Margaret Walton was charged with cutting and wounding with intent to murder. Mr. Wilson applied for a remand, in consequence of the person whom she wounded being unable to attend, in con sequence of the injuries received. Remanded for eight days. Edward Evans was charged with rob bery in a dwelling and shooting with in tent to kill. Mr. Adamson appeared for the prisoner. James Andrews sworn, said - I am a storekeeper living at Glenhope, near Dr. Baynton's Station; I know the prisoner; I remember the 28th of January; I saw the prisoner on that night for the first time; he was entering the kitchen by the passage; when he came into the corner of the kitchen by the passage, I was sitting on the sofa on the opposite side of the kitchen; he presented a double barrelled gun at me, and said, " the first man that stirs, I'll blow his brains out;" there was a man behind him; I leaped up and made at the prisoner, and t...
POST OFFICE REGULATIONS FOR THE ISSUE AND PAYMENT OF POST OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 22 April 1864
POST OFFI'CE Ga LAIRONS FOE THE ISSUE AND PArYIENT OF Posx Ovaxce MosE Onens. His 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 Colon of Victoria; and the public are hereby informe that in conformity with these regulations, money orders may be obtained and be made payable at the undermentioned places, on and ater the Ist July, ISS: 1. Places and times of isssue and payment. Money orders may be obtained and be made pay able at the following places, viz.: The Post Office at Melbourne Ditto Geelong Ditto Ballaarat Ditto Sandhurst Ditto Castlemaine Ditto ' Bcechworth Ditto Kilmore Ditto Maryborough Ditto Aranrat Ditto Pleasant Creek Ditto Williamstown Ditto Portland Ditto Belfast Ditto Warnambool between tne hours of Ten a.mn. and Three p.m. daily-Sundays aovpted. or paid: Money orders may be issued for any sum not exceeding ten pound...
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES ARE AUTHORISED TO BE TRANSMITTED IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 22 April 1864
ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS UvDER WHIC5 TELEGO APhIC MES.aGES ARE tUTHORIS"E TO E T StY rEITED LT VICTORI. I. To lessen as much as possible any liability to earor in the transmission of Messages from defee 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 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 mar occur. 2. Messages will be transmitted in the order of their recepnon, and-no precedence will be allowed, except for specal despatches on the service of the Government, the arrest of criminals, and in cases of pressing emergency, sickness, or death. 3. All Messages will be held strictly confidentiaL 4. Payment of Charges in advance will be re sages ofcwhtc¶6 the sender may have written the words "'Reply will be paid for;" but special ar rangements maybe made for the...
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 22 April 1864
POST OFFICE, HEATHCOTE. LIS' OF LETTERS remaining unclaimed at this OffiBee, received during the week &nding Aprit21st, 1864: BIak-, T Buckley John; Browzi, W; Comrn S eins P; Dudleyp, Joa ph; Grg, Miass ; Godfreyj Edward; G eaves, Charles; Hitchcock Valentine; S Jones, Richard; Mrsudui Francis; M3llcy, Mis A ; lurrowod, Mr. B; MacFhail, William L; " 'Pkervon, Mr.; O'Neal, James; Turner, Wil Iam; VWallack Fra, k. L. 3'INNES, PosrxAsri.L
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 22 April 1864
GARDENERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDER. APRIL. [April in Australia corresponds to October in Great Britain.] Digisg,' nching. andi c' sing the ground of rneflu, m.st be atte dod to; mmnurice where re quired, and preparations commenced tor planting Iruis and o her Tres arnd ShtubS, as we pr fer Ant mn plating. Drainage ehould at once be p- ceo led with; as the o.rrh turned up will have the bo?efit of exposure to the influence of Winter. Con:inue thining, planting out, and earthing up yonsg crops. Harvest all seeds. K'rcrss GAoDe-D-C b'laRffe, Cauqlowcr7., Pcr.e. --osr the early varieties towards the end of the mon h Cclery.-That not requ'red for immediate use, might be tied up with strips ef Bars or Ha bands, rrmoving all se-kers or side shoots. Potato Omonr.--Plant out largely for early Spring use. Asparayus.-As the stemsa deo ?y, remove th~n, an] tree theL beds foo.n weeds preparatory to top dressing Rlnaefarb.-Remore all needs stalks from Rhu barb, and clear away dead leaves. Prepare gr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 22 April 1864
IMPO UNDIN GS. E CFIUCA.-Impoundaled at Echnca, 3rd April, S 1861, by Thrs. Ch.is, for H. C. J.ffr y., Esq.-No treapa s. 115 Bay mare, switch tail, atar, stadle -marked, li tll wh to on ne.r I ind f.or, WVC rer sou,,der, i.ku AL conjined offebou'der 116 Black fily, long tal, star, Linut fiat white, JD near shouldcr 117 Isy mare, lorg tail, etar, like ABL near -h ulier 113 EBay mare, switch tail, siddla markel, off hind fo t white, T no r shoulder (. off sh rld r 119 B wnn hors, short switch tail, rhod, coller marked, pic.e r .pe round neck, HIJ near shoulder 120 Bay horse, 1 ,ua tail, hal er or, M L over blotch urand near soulder (w.iting 11), L9 ncear rb, 121 Black filly, lreg tail, off hind fo.Jt white, no visble brand, 122 Brown hors , switch tail. star, his b en 'taked in che't, indes r bab:e brand like WM near shoulder, BW Leear thigh 123 Bl:tc mare, s?.ite tail, nmar hind foot whi.e, JK near bhoulder 124 L ght grey horse, long sui'ch tail, sa'd!e marked, JC near sohulder, J W ...
MATURE CONSIDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 22 April 1864
MATERE COSIDEnATIOa.- s soon as the Managers of the Commons instructed Mr. JMillett to proceed against Mr. Stephen son for illegally dctaining the books &c., he Shanded them over to his successor. MAShs A TRfUE WoRD iS SPOKiEu In JEST.-Under the head " Latest intelligence from Enagland." PuuNch gives the following as an item of his Supplementary Telegrnm : -" Mrs. O'Iane-the lady who figured in thle Palmerston assault-is found to be in c illusion with the Feenian Brotherhood. She is untdearstood to have sailed for Mlel bourne!" DeBaTES rs CosaEss.-The New York papers have almost ceased to pnblish re ports of the debatesin Congress, and state little else than the votes or decisioirt. The Senate has just instituted an inquiry into the propriety of employing an oficial re olrter to furnish the newspapers with re ports; but the NewC York Tiumes declares that it is L really very seldom that a member makes a speech which people wish to read, and that if Congress wants its debates ...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 22 April 1864
MISCELLANEOUS. The bellman of Watertown, in an nouncing a temperance meeting, said it would be addressed by six women, "who had never spoken before." There is only one "mail contract" (says a young lady) that she would care about embracing, or embarking in, and that is a promise of marriage. " Nonchalant" means that peculiar in different look which is put on by men "who never pay when dunned for money." it should ba written non shellc out. Mazarin presented a poet to Louis XIV., saving, " Sire, I present you with an in dividual who will give you immortality; bat you must, meanwhile, give him some thing to live upon. A young lady, walking with a gentle man, stumbled, and when her companion, to prevent her fall, grasped her hand some what tightly, she simpered, " Oh, sir, if it comes to that, you must ask my papa." Ao English tourist visited Arran, and, being a keen discipIe of Isaak Walton, was arranging to have a day's good sport. Being told that the cleg, or horse-fly, would suit h...
NOTICES. APPROACHING MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 22 April 1864
NOTICES. APPROACIIHING MEETINGS. Almic?peal Councl. - In the Town ifall at half-past 0 P.m., to.niht. Heathcoae D[itri't Road Board.-Road Board Office, at 1 p.m., on Tuesday, May 2nd. HospitaL--In the Committee Room, on Tuesday, May 10th, at 8 p.m. Mechanic In~titnte.--Tn the Committee Room, at halft-past 8 p.m., on Monday, April 25th. Managers of the HLeatcoto Town and (Godt-fiedts Common'.-At the Ben Nevis ifotel, on E'riday, May 10th. Masonic Lodgej.--In tlhe Lodge, at 8 p.m., on Friday, May 6th. Odd Fellows' Zod;e.--In the Lodge Room, Victoria Hotel, on Wednesday, 1ay 4th, at half-past 7 p.m.
THE FLOWERY LAND MURDERERS AND PIRATES. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 22 April 1864
TlHE FLOWERY LAND MIURDER EtS AND PIRATES. On the morning after trial, Mr. Nisser, and Mlr. Cave, Sheriffs of London, accom panied by the Under-Sheriffs and by Mr. Jonas, the governor, with the Rev. Mr. Davis, the Chaplain of Newgate, visited the seven men now; under sentence of death for the murder of the captain of the ship Flowery Land, and announced that Mon day, the 22nd of February, had been fixed for their execution. Each of them is con fined in a separate cell, and since their sentence such of them as are Spaniards, six in number, have been attended by a priest of their own creed andi nation, as, indeed, they were previous to trial, through the kindness of the Spanish Consul. It is said that since the Cato Street conspiracy there have never been so many persoils under sentence of death in the prison of Newgate for one crime at the same time. The scene in Court on Thursday. evening on .he an nouncement of the verdict, and when the convicts were called to receive judgment, was...
PEACE OR WAR IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 22 April 1864
PEACE OR WAR IN EUROPE. What the events of this remarkable struggle may be, or what the duty of Britain is as to them, no one can veur.n'?e confidently to forsee. The critical force which will determine coming events is in its nature a dubious force. It is the policy of two Powers with a double aim. Austria and Prussia wish to please their own sub jects without aiding or strengthening the the principle to which their suitjects are attached. They wish to please the zealots for nationality. Whether such a double aim may lead a Government like that of Prussia, remarkable for unnecessary sub tlety and not remarkable f(r plain sense, it is impossible to predict. Hitherto both Governments have beren held back by no scruple of public faith. They were bound to recognise Prince Christian, and they have not recognised him. They were bound to have restrained the fanaticism of their subjects, and they have not restra;ned it. They have ho more right to invade Schleswig than to invade Cornwall, a...
Hotels. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 22 April 1864
Holds. Etheredge's Lake, Jasber's Tmrue Br~ton, Tierney's Eibernian, Cameron's Ben Nevis, Sutherland's Victoria, Hay's Heethcote Cunningham's Shamrock, A. B. R. Morris's Mount Ida, Kennedy's8 Union, Brady's Emen, OGrundy's Globe, anld Craven's Northumberland Abrms.
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The McIvor Times and Rodney Advertiser — 22 April 1864
* OoamntdaX. T"e piee of gold is £3 18s. C1. er ounce. * HFEATICOTE M--ARKETS. * Th Wholesale Prices are ea follova- Best ailk-d.es e Flour, ~25 per ton. Wibeat, 8s. 9(. per bushel Seel Wheat, Ba. 6d. ditto. Pllard, c., ditto. Bran, Is. 10d. ditto. ' Oila [Colonial], 4s. 6J. ditto. S Pi'risre seed ditto, s. 6d. ditto. Best cut Chaff, 8r. cwt. Bay, £5 IBs. per ton. Potatoes, £8 to £9 per too.