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PARLIAMENTARY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861

* PAltLIAMYNTARY NEWS. C Intihet Legislative Council on Friday last, Tho'AcToo-PnsiDENeNT announced the receipt of the report; and pc9rg~eolgs of the select committee of the Legislative Assembly in reference to the Melbourne and Suburban 'Rail'way Act Amendment ii Bill. On the motion of Mr. A'BnCK5TT, the bill was road a' first time, and ordered to be printed, the , second reading"being appointed for Tuesday next. ' In the Lecgislitive Assgrsbly, on Tljursday week, g Mr. L. L. SMilTlu rose to'ask'tlie lion. the Commis- a sioner of Crown Launds and Survey, whether lie had any objection' to lif oih thll ta'bl of the House copies 1 of'all correspon'dence between the Mulgrave aid Bo- c roondara Road Boards and the Government, relating c to the boundary road Iying ,etwecn 'tbh District o Road BIoards of Boroondarn, Nunawading, Mulgrave, Oakleigh, and Gardiner, and recently closee oy J . .b1 ,Madden ; together with the plans, sections, and esti- t mated costs, as submittcd:by the' above r...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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NORWOOD PRIMITIVE METHODIST CONNEXION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861

NOIRWOOD PRIMITIVE METHODIST . OONLNEXION. The opening service of the new Qhapel s erected ,at this place was hel?l ox; Sunday 1 last, when excellent sermnon ?ivere preac~held and collections.made, and on the following [ Tuesday a tea meeting took jilace; at which, in- spite of 'the unfavourable nature of the veatlior, a largo number were present. The chapel, a very commodious one of brick, and of excellent proportions, and quite an orna ment to the neighbourhood, was unable to hold the ceoplo, and the tables were twico served and amplo justice done to the good things provided. After tea' apublic Meet-. ing was held, the 'chair being occupied'by J. WEAREsu, Esq., who, in a very able speech 1 of considerable length, dwelt upon the great and important events that are transpiring throughoit 'the world, and of the .many openings being mado for the dissemination of the Gospel 'to all mankimid.' Ito urged upon the people increased activity, zeal, and. praver in the great work in which the...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861

NOTES AND NE W§. It is now pretty certain that theo agitation on' the railway question has had its desired efbct. .We jbclievo the Directors have 1 adopted the followi?g rate of' fares to and from Meolbourne, to come into operation on the 1st July next :-Fiifrst class monthly ticket, '£1 2s, Gd,; secoiin class, 17s,. Od,; i lirst class single ticket, 8d., °rturn'ls. ; so- 1 cond class single tickets Gd., return d. At the Kow Atlinoumtim, on Thursday evening week, the debato on the question "Whether; it is nechOsary or adyisablo to permit religion to enter into a nationail sys torn of education ?" was brought to a con clUtiion.. Several gentlemen ably argued the question on both sides, and when the ~voto was put to the assembled iijembers, the.negta tive side had it by anmnjority of three. eVo understand that the Rev. Richard Connobeo is deliveriing a series of lectures on the Life and Tiimcq of St. Paul.. The fifth lecture of the course will be delivc?ed next Sunday evecring. SOn MI...

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KEW LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861

IKEW LITERARY AND ' SOIENTIFIu INSTITUT. Lectures are dellvcred overy Thursday evening, in the' Athllonum; Kow, on various branches of literature, science, and art:., Commence at eight. -. '-0

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HAWTHORN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. ROAD BOARD OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861

IAWTIIORN FRIEE PUBLIC LIBRARY. Ro "]lBoARnu Or'iecn, This Library is open to the publio on Mondays, Wednesdays all Fridays, from a tto 9 o'clook p.m. 'llho books lenit by'tlie' Tristees of'tlioe elbourne 'Public Library are for perusal its the Librsify; other books lent by oneo or two gentlemen in the distrilc are lcnt to the residents for reading at thoir ocyn homes without charge.

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, JUNE 21st, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861

FRIDAY, JUNE 21st, 1801. T'Ie flrst yeoir of {h60 a c~6ln half of tho ninetenthl century gavo a 1g;ngo to history by the intgurnation of a Ifalace dedieated tq tihe arts of peaco, nid a triuphauint success E in ,itar.halllng the industries of tho world jotr sgrand retioWi of its poworos;, for estab l"}ishi.sIg waeo and good will' ainong the . nations oa the eartlh Tho iltervening pe ..iodl of its 1u.lt decado has been as eventful of wars and ti'o oltiains, as well as dlsteruc Lion. ol powqra herotoforo considerod 'too ilcoply root d cevr to be aoCi'oi r..ed, land even'now the aflahirs of nation seroniu to lorobodo still furthor di sasters.' }glanlhd :igan stopt forward, 11and11 not olyldows tit desire blit the power nud the will to so cure.to tihe naioue of. thio eunth nnothi. grea~t olportuniuty for 'citlivating more friendly relations with oriph other. TOln years.l iav paitssed away, anllld weo are ag:aii ca llcd upon to aid .in anothert migihty ellir?t, nolt only witih every chan...

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KEW SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861

KEMW SUBSCRIPTION LIDRARY. In conncexion with the above Institute, open every evening, Sundays excepted, from 5 to 10 p.m. for members, only.

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THE FORTHCOMING EXHIBITION. To the Editor of the South Bourke Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861

TIHE FORTHiICOMING EXIII3ITION. To the Editor qf thle South Bourke Standard. Fra,-Although we have not yet, there is no reason why we may not have soon, paper mills in this coo:ny. The manufacture of an article of such gene ral utility and consumption Is not only desirablo but a necessity in every civilized community. The em ployment it furnishes to village populations, the many occupations in which It is required, and the multitudinous uses to which it is applied, would so. u; o a demand for it which would, upon a most moderate profit, secure a great return to the manu hfaturer. Although in the forthcoming exhibition we may not be able to exhibit any specimens of filishcd manufacture, yet probably we may have an I abundance of the raw material required in its pro- I cess. The Chinese appear to have been its first I makers from the bark of trees, cotton, silk, hemp, and the bamboo, reduced to pulp. This was about the second century of our era. The introduction of 1 paper first made ...

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HAWTHORNE'S NAME. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861

IIAWTOIOJ1NE'S NAIME. tb kte lfditor of th1 ,Standard. Sit,--The effusions of Wallace of the Creek may be witty in the extreme, for all I know; but if such is the case I really cannot discover it. ie may ascribe it to the dul ness of my comprehension. MIow Hawthorne got its name I will en deavour to show. Some few years back, in the early history of the colony, a MIr. -Iaw thorno purchased from Government a quan tity of hind near to Elgar's Special Survey ; and when any one in town was inquiring the whereabouts of land in the neighbourhood, he was directed snear Ifiwthorne's, or closeto HIawthorne's, &c. IlHence the name of Hawthorne, and the folly of dropping the final e. UNKRUr "RO. IIAROATE. [We cannot find that 1Mr. Hawthorne was a purchaser of any crown land in Boroon dara.-.Ed.]

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STATE-AID TO RELIGION. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861

STATE·-AID TO RIELIGION. 2To h1o Editor of Sth Standard, Sni,--Wlether religion should aid the State, or the State should aid religion, is a question which may be supported with a strong show of reason on either side. There fore to clear ourselves from prejudices arising from liabit is a duty we owe to ourselves and to those to whoin we offer our opinions on this subiect, this scms anlmost an insur mountablje diflliclty, First, we have to separhte our ideas of sectarianism from our ideas of religion; the one leads us to excliude and denounce those who differ from us-the other to include all, however much we may diflcr from them or they from us. 7lence we opine, and ltaveo no hesitation to affirm, that the State ought not to aid sectarianism, but must confess that .we do not so clearly comnprejhend and cannot so decidedly conclude that it ought not to aid religion. By the ternm Stato we understand the leo gislative and executive powers of a govern ment-a power delegated by and suppor...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861

KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 3UN 18. Present-G. Wharton, Esq., OQhirmnan; Councillors IIalfoy, Cranwvoll, D)errick, Lewis, and Carson, and Fox. The minutes of the previous meeting wore read and confirmed. coRnESrONDENOE. To Mr. Mayes, acknowledging.tho receipt of his letter of the 13th inst. To the Inspector.General of Works, stating hlow -0500 of the Grant-in-aid was to be expended. To Messrs. .Platt and Groon,' informing them that their tender for metalling Bulleen road had been .accepted, on condition that they deposited £10 per cent. of the amount of the contract. To the Attoyioy-~Oc e;el, pr haying that a Court of Petty Sessions might be dstablished' at Kew. From thl Public Works Oillce, nsking how £500 of the Graut-in-aid was proposed to be spent. From the Board of Health, forwarding certain regulations of that :Board published in the Government Gazette of December last. :Resolved, that the Councillors have the Gazetto in- rotation to read at:.their own 'homes. ... Councill...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861

IIAWTOIIO1RN MUNIOIPAL COUNCIL, Wyi3 mw DAT, JuNE 10. Present-M.' O'Grad, Esy q ` aOhairman; Councillors 'Campbell, Lansly, Conran, t'Dl)oungall, Hill, and Bragge. Minutes of previous mceting c rg d and confirmed. COUIRESPONDEN?OE. To the commisssioner of Roads and v Bridges, dated .14th inst., forwarding .thll thanks of the.. council for his kindness in giving theo ndcessary instructions for allowing f Ir. Kempson to report. lpon the works at I Auburn-road ?,'idgo. To 0. IITC. KmnpsoniEsq., dated 14th inst., v conveying the thanks of the council for his 1 report respecting the Auburn-road Bridge f south. ,t To R. 'PClure, Esq., chairman of the ii Gardinor Road Board, ilated 14th inst. r1 calling the attention of.thb l)oard to thed no cessity for ijmnediate repairs to the ap? proachcs of .Glenferry-brid . To trhe same, dated 14th inst., in reply to letter of 28th ult.,?declining to appropriate a .c stun of £30 for a crositng over Gardincr's n' creek, near Mr. N. :M'Lean's residence,...

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DEFEAT OF THE MINISTRY.—DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861

DEFEAT OF 'Thi MIINISTI??,-DIS SOLUTION: OF P1A]MLIA~IENT. On Mr. Hodley's motion of ."Want of Confidence," which was brought befotio lthi L?gislativc Assembly this day week at 5 in the ovening, and :protracted with but an hour's interval till Saturday 'afternoon, the Government suffebred at severe defeat, the numlbdrs being-Faor, 37; Against 10. MnIr leales has annoritcced to thoe ouse that lie has obtained permission fi'om His Excellency theo Governo|. to didpolvo the 1meCenti Assom bly. The consolit? f His Excellency to' Mr. Ilealos's rq'(uqest has braughtf down upon his Ilead the fierco wiath 'of' thlo"leading jour in al," which' eems eamlperi?!ed in the lost degree, and hlimost at a loss ftr words to bx press its mortli?ilation. Mr. Ilamnes moved for leave to preseut an' address to His Excel. lenc?y, 'xpl'easing' the desire of the H]ouse that its re-assombling may tako l)aceo as speedily as p1ossible. 'The motion was agreed to, and a connmmitteo nominated to-prepare the 'addres...

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DONCASTER POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861

DONCASTER POST OFFICE. The Mail arrives from Melbourne, &c., on Tues- days, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 11 a.m. Closes for Melbourne on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri- days at 10.30 a.m.   T. W. GRANT, Postmaster.  

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ORDINATION OF THE REV. J. G. PERRIN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 June 1861

ORDINATION OF THE REV. J. G. PERRIN. An Ordiation Si0rvice was held at the Congregational Church, Hawthorn, last evening. The proceedings were opened by singing, after which the Rev. James Taylor engaged in prayer for the congregation and minister. The Rev. W. Moss then read an Address to the minister, the deacons, and the church, pointing out the duties which were expected from each. The Rev. Jas. Mirams then gave out a hymn, after the singing of which the Rev. J. P. Sunderland put a series of doctrinal and other questions to the candidate, to which suitable replies were returned. One of the deacons (Mr. Whitman) then gave a short account of the manner in which Mr. Perrin was led to take the oversight of this church, stating that his ministry was highly acceptable to the con- gregation, and that he had been instrumental   in doing much good. The Rev. R. Conne- bee then offered the ordination prayer. After again singing, the Rev. I. New deli- vered an eloquent and impre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 June 1861

FLETOIIER'S l IiOTIELa, iIAWT NIOtN. A SELECT CONCERT Every Saturday. Evning v tp commence 't Seven o'clock pm. An eminent Pianist is engaged: Parties desirous of instruttion, and practiceo are Infoimed tliat it SELECT: Q.IADR)IILLEI PARTY meets every Thursday Evening for the iibove pur pose. Ladles ind Gentlemen desirous of joininig can do so by applying to MIr, Clintoni: aancing comnences at seven o'clock. tIr~IBERItS ONLY 4pjMtTTED. F FREE AND EASY., fEVERY SATIURDAY EVENINGc, Connmoncing at half.past "So'en, YARRABERG HOTEL, Crown-street. Itiolinond. S, olp1itp:If, Proprietor. "CHRISTIAN TINIES" eAY bo obtainod at the offico oflthis paper every~ Stqrdatq. £20 -STERLING ILL be presentBdatd any person who will find Smoky!Chimney whlich the Ad. vertiscr cannot offectially cure. M3lr. BENNE IT, Builder, Hawthorn Maip Road, undertakes to correct defeectivelues, and proven the disagreeable cFlicts now so common iii Hawthorn and vicinity. Mr, Beuriott's process is not 'simply to try sp...

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THE FORTHCOMING EXHIBITION. To the Editor of the South Bourke Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 June 1861

TIlE F'OR'II'OCO.IING EXHIBITION. To the Editor of the South IBoturke Standard. Sur.-In the fourth nuiiber ofyour jourlial I took a review of some of the articles pointed out by the Connmmssioners as worthy of the consideration of in. tent?gs.itibitors. 'T.lho whole of the classifications and airangemenits belngn ow completed, intending exhibitors are requested, with as little delay as po, sible, to inxform.the Commlslsloners (which they may do either personally or by letter) what space they will require either of wall, table, or floor for their intending exhibits. It is desirable also that they should request the Commissioners to firnish them with what information they can as to the amount of protection they will receive from an unprincipled, unscrupulous pppropriation of their invent.?pls. If the patent laws are not agflcliett, and it is not prac ticable to socnre:it, I am fearful It will have a dp. teriorating influence on our efforts. Another drawback to its becoming what it is ...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 June 1861

To the .(litor of the Standard. Sta,-Some of your correspoudents seem anxious to know how Hawthorn camo to be so named. As I am in possession of the de sired information, I gladly furnish it. I have heard Sir James Palmer more than once say that Mr. Latroboe and he discussed the question while standing ono day on the hill on the site of the present church. Se veral names wcere mentioned which I cannot now remember,, nor cjyi I call to mind why they tt last fixid upon l.?ythorne; but so they did. With respectito the final a authorities are divided. Sir James Palmer alw~.ysauses it. On thoe other limnd, on a foait sent out from England by Mr, Latrobe for the church, the inscription on which ho 'dietated, the o is omitted. In the Goveonment Oflices, too, I believe they eleve out the it. I am, Sir, your obedient servant,

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BRUSHY CREEK POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 June 1861

.D3RUSIIY CREEKI POST OFFICE. The Mail arrives from Melbourne, &c., on Tues days, 'hursday, and SaLturdays, at 1 p.m. Closes thr Melbourne on Mondays, W\\dnesdays, and Fri days, at 9.30 a.n. J. Bml.snlN, I'oatinastr.

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 June 1861

lb the Editor of the ,Sandar,d. Sir,--Among the many imuportati in Iluences which are now operating in society fow are more worthy of our deliberate con sideration than the alteration which murt take phcee in the relation of labour and capital to each other. The progress of civi lization has evidently brought us to a posi tion in whilcl retrograde movement is impos sible. Alan cati no longer be the willing drudge of man. The days of the infiucy and youth of the universal man are rapidly passing away. ]lvcery event which is now passing by is creating convictions and alford ing satisfactory proof that we are uipo llt he eve of importantu changes. Man is begin ning to feel his strength and his power, and woe be to the individual or the system which opposes his progress. Individuals may be sacriliced--nations may be destroyed in their ellfforts to hasten what they fiel inust of ne cessity he, for they know' that the fiat has gone forth anud the world has acknowledged its power-that iman...

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