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ODE TO PATIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 May 1861

ODE. TO PATIENCE; Come Patience, friend: of Joy and poace, With:gentle step nnd brow serene, 'I heni stornmstumtltnous shall ceaso toon as thy smiling fice is seen. Should dread adversity appoear,. And-throw a gloom around my. heart, Be thou my friend for ever near, TLhy soothing influence impart. Should others pour on me contempt, And thee my willing friend deride, Example will num?? them rlent, Aiiul humble soon their scornfull pride. When trouble follows trouble first And disappointing cares arise, On !no thy melting gl?atees cast, Fpr thine are soft, composing eyes. Should temperance and Industry Together clin., thro' changotitl years, And still success not follow nme Reflection shall not cause me tears. For thlough tmy hopes be blighted long, If conlstantt thoiu uty steps' attnld, I'll atng ttl)rugh Wll nw merry song 'Till Fortine's bountles shlln descend.. And if aflicetion's hand shall bring ''he wasted formn, the pallid cheek, Death many tinths be threatenihg The silver cord...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 May 1861

An cxtcnsive robbery of juwullury wnus rotuiiiittcl oni they 2 rdl Iinitiot, at aL fon LIIeIt'ogin~g to esr Ital'eneger . nd ltutJ, wattellllakers awnl jewellery, u; arountahit Creek, iII theu Aroia distriIt, 'l'Th stolen a~rticles consijst of earringys, b~roucllc, citronsl, it d watchesR of' colual in d il iiglisjdll gold and in I1RIII flkotiilu, and1 Illugget welighing 2211 I r.Ilituag r. who sIuC1e about i qIaIrtei r ait villa prom thli twil, and had lellft thell lei-, wh·lich was c CI)iIIIIs.( d f'caRI Y It' totailly IIttpiLLIutet, i t pai oat about a t, troati thu shlllphtlto to th10 rIlsll wgon lultt opeI it tie baLk, atntl by thits u au uln tl tIlluvci untartid,

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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THE FORTHCOMING EXHIBITION. To the Editor of the South Bourke Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 May 1861

TIH? FUORTIICOMIING EXIIIIIITION. To the Editor of the South Bourho Standard, St,--Next ill importance -I might say almott of cqual importatce-to aglcultural produce, is the manutheture of leather froin ihe hides of adiltals ; and as it is o e of those mantuf?etures in which this colony is destlied:to excel, we shall give considerable attention to the varions processes by whichl it is pre pared from the animal hide into leather. It being an article of universal consumption in every civilized country, great attention has been bestowed upon it to attain perleetion ; and by the quantities and qualities exhibited in the 18., Exllibition, it appears with' great success.' ltussia leather las been hehl in great estimation on nccount'of the peculiarity of its scent andl its suitlability for bookbinding. It is tanned with the contllonest description of lark, and afterwards soft cited with the oil extrnctid front the birch. Thl. Frencih leather derives its softness firomn being tanned with th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 May 1861

PAINTER, PLU-ALBER; A-D "GE.N{RI . ' DECORATOR, TATING managed Work at B3uckingham Palace, Earl of :v ansfield's, and other Public Residences and Euildings, feels confident that he can defy' competition. ,018 .CO LOURS,GLASS, FrPERS, SHEET LEA ETC., AT TOWS rICES. - S":rIrNTI RS, BOOKSErILLERS, AND STATIONERS, STAJ RD. D OFFI&E,. HAWd THORN, iacr Fletcherfs Iotch, J. B; BELLETT, IIHAY AND CORN .DEALER.T - EOPL_'S STORE, M AIN ROAD, . A . -T H ? R .. :IlaC a t, ChftCIts. fr:, Maiz &e. at I eliourne Pri'ces for?'et'dy Carsti'. :: tFF Ct ox r.t. PTuis? s. orr osTE ýFLPETCIHECI S HOTEL, - LA.DIN ROAD, HAWT IOR the various subjects connected with the Movement are given on each evening. Member's Subscription, 6d. per month. Soiree every Quarter, for Members only. HENRY ROWLANDS, President. KEW BA)ND OF HOPE. j~EETINGS every Wednesday Evening, 1lL :in 'the United Methodist Free Church, at Seven o'clock, wheisMIembers can be enrolled. Songs anid Recitations each evening. No-...

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BRUSHY CREEK POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 May 1861

IRUSIIY CREEK I'OST OFFIOE. The Mat arrives from Melbourne, &c., on Tues days, Thurs.ays, and Saturdays, at 1 p.mi. Closes for Melbourni on Mondays, Wedlnesdays, and Fri Fdays, at 9.30 a.n, *T. BcEtLSIN, Postmalster.

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WARRANDYTE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 May 1861

WPARRA1DY'1'1L POST OFFICEl. ToI. Matil.arrires from Melbourno on Tueodnys, Thursdanys, and Saturdays, at noon. Closes fur Melbourne on Monidaoys, WCednesday., arId Fridarys pt 9.30 r.m. F. TInIWTT, Postmnster.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 May 1861

o01utNrAlC- T o1 s L1ONEIDNOE. dICess of thIe wrrier, tol Inece. uroiy for phib!icutiko, but 11.1;( n xyur ile tiC qli' hIood .dih. The iuiltor i t, t re spoounsic for the opinions of /i Corrcopondcnta.

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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 May 1861

MEETINGS OF PUULIO BODIES. IOROO DARtA ])IsrTicT ROAD BOARD meets Al lernate Saturdays, at the Office, Hawthorn, at 3 o'clock p.m. IIwTHsoni MIeoCIpAL Couxcir. meets every Wcdnesday evening, at the Council Chambers at 7 o'clock. KEiw MU.ICirL COUNCIL meet, every Tuesday evening at the lKew Athenomum, at half-past 7 p.m. - --0---

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HAWTHORN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 May 1861

IHAWTHORN POST OPPFOS. 'The Mail arrives from Melbourne, &e., at 9.45. p.m. daily. Closas at Hawthorn for Melbourne, &c., Pt 1.1I p.m. Recciving boxes at Mr. Kirwood's, Kew Road, Hawthorn i and at Mr. Morton's, laiu ilRoad, lJpper Hawthorn.. II. DICIso,, Postimaster.

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 May 1861

.IARTWWELL PuST OFFICE. The 'hail arrives from Mdelbourne, &c., on Mon' days, Wedlnesdays, and Fridays at 11 n.am Closae ptyIlartwell for Melboai'zie, &c., On T'ucsdayat !Jrrdays, and Saturdays, at 1130 a.m. R. I-Iumar~, Postmaster.

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KEW POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 May 1861

KEW 1OSi7 OFFICE. II e ITail'arrivres from %elbournc, &c., at 10 a.um. daMy. ' Closcs for Melbourne at I p.ni. W. 1i. IKcLLETr, 1Vustwialter.

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 May 1861

NOTES AND NEWS. The Hawthorn Band of hope held their second Annual Festival, in the 1Hawthorn Congregational Church, on Monday evening last. Tea was provided, of which about SO partook, one-half being juveniles connected t with the Society. After te a public meet i1 ing was held, over which the Rev. J. P. Sunderland presided. Addresses were deli vered by the chairman, the Rev. J. Townend, Mr. 13iggs, and other gentlemen. A report was read by the Secretary, which showed u that the Society was progressing favourably. During the evening several songs and recita tions were given by the children, which gave general satishction. Tlheo meeting closed about a quarter to ten o'clock. The child of a person named Phelan, living in the neighbourhood of the White Horse HIotel, Nunawading, while at play with another child, nearly chopped off one of its lingers with an axe. lie was conveyed to Dr. Brngge, who found it necessary to atm putate the finger. This should act as a can tion to mothers to ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 May 1861

The plan as recommended by the Com mittee was laid on0 the table. It appeared there was a public road through the reserve, which the Chairman said the inhabitants could claim at any time. iHe thought it would be advisoble to keep the trees, &c;, so far back that in case it should be opened it might not interfere with the gardens. Councillor Campbell said that if the Go vernment had a right to open the road he should object to the Council spending any money there. Councillor Lausly stated that the expense of ploughing would be about £5 per acre. The reserve contained eight acres. The levelling would cost about £20, romoving the stones, £5, and planting about £30. On the,mouotion. of Couucillor Lansly, se conded by Onuncillor Hill, the report was ado[pted. Councillor Campbell proposed that the Commuittee be requested to take the necces sary measures for having the land levelled and ploughed; that tenders be called for the same, and that a rubble wall be built, Seconded by Coun...

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HAWTHORN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. ROAD BOARD OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 May 1861

IIAWTIIORN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. RoAD BoAUnn OFrIcE. This Library is open to the publio on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, from 0 to 9 o'clook p.nn. The books lent by the Trustees of the Melbourne P'ublic Library are for perusal in the Library; other books lent by one or two gentlcmen in the distric; are lent to tho residents for reading at their own homes without charge.

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, MAY 31st, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 May 1861

FRIDAY, MAY 31st, 1801. Oun'attention has been prrested by an ad vertisement in the Argus newspaper of last Wednesday, calling an extraordinary general meeting of the shareholders in the 3Mel. bourne and Suburban Railway on the 13th June, to consider the advisability of discon. tinuing the trains running on the Hawthorn line. This is not: the first occasion on which the subject has been mooted, but we sincerely trust it wil~lbe the last. The company ap pear to l6 sulliring fromn a disease now too commipdin this part of the world-a greedy, i grasjing disposition; and in their haste to b g ch they have overreached themnselvcs, (id Allen into their own toils. / Before the line was completed to IfaLv thorn, when people had to wade through ti thud ul.climsiorv hooks tokroach th. Pic- pI 11ic st?dtion, a Tnodest sixpeunce was demanded "hr a ticket to Melbourne, and it was palid chia fully. But the company paid fourteen shill.gs for two loads of sand, sprinkled it I on tie dirtiest spot iu...

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KEW SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 May 1861

IKEW SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY. In connexion with the aboveo Institute, open every evenuhig, Sundays excepted, from 5 to 10 p.m. for members ouly.

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 May 1861

To the Editor of the Standard "o Sit, - Yau recoimeitli+e 'whi beg~i toii'gitiate for thoe forlmation of a i[challlie' Institute in IIaw.s thorn should resalne their work and follow it up till the object was gained. As one of those who con. pi sidered it desirable, I also regret thattheCdmmnlttee s 1 to whom a preliminary meeting del, gated a power I Ifor kgseortaining the sentiments of the inhabitants n e respecting it did not, from some cause unexplained, (I iuso that energy which was requisite for carrying it, out. But I most regret it because it created an op1- f nion , lhat a system of exclusion was attempted, and vi that those were excluded who would here' beoh 9 the most activo and 'nergetie in proamotiig tlihe 'o undertaking. I do n t I iliovo that the wllole of l those who arranlued the first meeting could ever lie f brought to act together in that harmonious union whicl is necessary for the attainmlent of tihe object, ial 50 though; as one of the excluded for frolm tlist d...

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HAWTHORN'S NOMENCLATURE. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 May 1861

IIAWTIIORN'S NOMENCLATURE. Il To the Editor cf the Slandlard. s Sin,--Througli the appearance in your o columns of certain remarks respecting Borooudara and Hawthorn, I, in the effort to remove doubt. undertook the investigation 1 of how hawthorn came to be named. Al- T though the labour may not prove profitable to either myself or your readers, it may lead to further elucidation on this important matter; it so, I lhall even only earn the usual reward of almost every pioneer of ci vilization from Cani or Noah to O'llara Burke. The seeker after truth has, I need not remiud you, always formidable impedi ments to contend against, whether he select fe for his investigation the maItes of science, thi Sthe intricacies of philology, the philosophy ti of history, or the abstruse elements of faith, si e not to talk of the special arcana of medical it e science, as revealed from Eseulapius to our it own L. L. Mindful, therefore, of the l " Y mystic clouds which hover arouund the vision a of t...

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BOX HILL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 May 1861

BOX HILL POST OFFICE. The Mail arrives from Melbourne, &c., on Tues- days, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11 a.m. Closes   at Box Hill on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at noon.   S. PADGHAM, Postmaster.  

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 May 1861

At about 1 'clock on Monday a fire broke out oh the premises occupied by a Mrs Morrison, a laun dress, in a right-of way leading from Lygon-street to Queensberry-street. I he alarm was almost im mediately given by the man on the -look-ont" in the watch-toweir at the Town-hall, and the Mel bourne Brigade arrived at the scene of conflagration as quictly as possible, not, howe7er, :belfoe the flames were sprend over several tenements ?.~ for some minutes after the arrival of the brigade no water coild be obtained, owing to Tan Yean pipes not being laid down in Lygon-street, and the brigade having to carry the hose to Queensberry street. By the time the fire was subdued the fol lowing buildings had been destroyed :- wooden. house occupied by a man named :OConnbr, a labourer, and owned by aMrs. :orrison ;ia wooden house, occupied by ?Matteer, a butcher, also obwed .by. Mrs. LIorrison a n oosden house, occupied:,by 4aleulations for promoting a new one. Set- ll tlenment on the land of' an ...

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