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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, MARCH 7th, 1862. THE PRINCE CONSORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 March 1862

FRIDAY, 3IARCII 7th, 1802. THE PRINCE CONSORT. Tae death of this illustrious Prince is, ad. mittedly,a national calamity. Hie had so manny claims upon the sympathies of the Britiah, he vaas so u~iversally beloved as a kind and be nevolent man; and with all the virtues of his bear,; and the attainments of his intellect, there was that innate reserve of dignity which I would command self-respect under any shade i of circumstances. ito occupied for a long time past a prominent position in thr annals of British history. His dlays had not been spent in tours of enjoyment and vacation, nor hhd ho devoted his time and his income to the gratification of any taste that would reflect discredit upon his discerning powers. lie has really been a striving energetic man. Patronising a number of charitable institu fious, presiding over Schools of Ar t and aca lemnies of learning, laying foundations of xhyibitions and churches, he no doubt held a jfiole oonPspicuous place in this point of view hban ...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 March 1862

TC RAYED from Lvnch's paddock, I?aw J thorn, a BAY lR1Eit K. branded p i under mante, three white feet, and long tail. \\'loever will bring tho same to C. 'tAYE.. near Fletcher' is otel, hlaw. thorn, will be rewarded tor their trouble. TEN SHILLINGS REWARD. LOST, FOURTEEN SHEEP, since Tues day last, 'l.n of which are tarred Pun the back, One long WVcoled Sheep, One I anl,, collar on ine k. Whoever brings the sameto l'PlSNi EltiEllawthorn, will receive the above reward.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 March 1862

KEW DISPENSARY. F. BARNARD, (Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain,) CHEMIST, DRUGGIST, & PERFUMER. The utmast care bestowed on the preparation of I'rescriptinis and Family Recipes. N.I3.--l)rugs and Chemical Preparations sent out front this ejtablishnment are warranted to hb of the pure.t kiln, and charged at the most reasonable prices. All Patent and Proprietary 3Medicines of repute in stock PERlFUatfItY, :SCENTED SOAPS, &C., IN OREAT VAIlIETY.-TOOTH BRUSIIES, &C. HORSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES. F. BARNARD,'Chemist; Registrar of 'Births and Deaths, Kew. BOROONDARA GENERAL CEMETERY. S TATEMENT of Receipts and Expenditure from Ist January to 31st December, IS61. RECEIPTS. £ s. d. £ s. d To Burial fees from (90) persons 149 6 0 Free graves (7) Purchased freehold graves (.,) .... ... .. 105 0 0 ; :- 254 6 0 Fees erecting head-stone (5) ..... 2 10 0 fees, keeling graves in re. pair (16) . .. . ......... 4 0 Government grant-in-aid ......... 69 19 2 B...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOLS, NUNAWADING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 March 1862

CHUfRCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOLS, NUNAWADING. - A public meeting of the subscribers to the above schools was held ou Monday, March 8rd, for the pui'pose of electing a local com mittee of management. Mr.. WV. Yeomans was voted to the chair. The Chairman stated that although he be. longed to a different denomination, a: uduca. tion was the object of the meeting, he wd:i happy to be with them. He was sorry to see that the spirit of discord had arisen iis their midst. He would remind them that to be prosperous they must be, uuitued. . lu hoped th?it from that day all ditl'roucei "n'uld be put. on one side, and that thu pros. liarity of' the slchual Would be the object of , y "_, .'.jsn pr?wesut. The, ntitiug t hen prooeeeltd to the ele- ':t r f the conuntitt '. Ir. Berry tn mvted that every sub eriber shiould have a vote, but that a stub.Ycriber of tw\ro pounds nd upwards should have two \ote +; and that t heo mit tee coiu.iit of uine ,nimher. irrespeetive of the trudtces, who wsould also be ...

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NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1862. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 March 1862

NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Thursday, February 27, 1862 Present-Messrs. Keogh, Berry, Baker, and Padgham. Mr. Keogh in the chair. CORRESPONDENCE., To the Registrar-General, forwarding re-.   turns. FINANCE. Moved by Mr. Berry, and seconded by Mr.. Padgham,-That the accounts for day labour, amounting in all to £14 15s.,,bo paid.-Car- ried. Moved by Mr. Berry, seconded by Mr. Keogh, and carried-That the labourers be discharged. Moved by Mr. Keogh, and seconded by Mr. Berry-That the Secretary write to J. Steavenson, Esq., Commissioner of Roads and Bridges, requesting information as to the re- distribution of the Hawthorn Toll Fund. - Carried. Mr. Sinden's account for rent and lighting, £1 8s. 6d., was rendered. Mlessrs. T. Blood and Gordon waited upon the Board as a deputation, requesting that the gully by the Roman Catholic chapel might be bridged over; and Mr. Crossman attended as a deputation from the extreme northern road, calling the attention of the Board to the ...

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To MR. COUNCILLOR LANSLY, OF HAWTHORN. (Per favour of the South Bourke Standard.) THE DESTRUCTION OF GOATS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 March 1862

To MaR. COUNCILLOn LANSLY, OF I'AWTI[o av . (Per favour of the South .Bourke Standard) TIIE DESTRUCTION OF GOATS. 8m,-H-aving attended, through, I must sy, a eeling of curiosity, at the meeting on Mlonday evening Inst, of the Mlunicipal Coun cil, in what is grandiloquently denominated theo Town lail of lnwthorn, I was consider ably astonished to hear you urge upon that honorable body a destructive onslaught, with in uderous intuot. against the numerous family of the tribe of Capra. Previous to your carrying out your propo sition for the extinetioi of this highly utilised and well-klnown horned ruminant, I deem a few words of expostulatory admonition may be addressed to you on the subject. I adopt the medium of these columus, if permitted, in preference to a personal appearance bulfore the assembled municipal wisdom--where, 1 have no doubt, my superiority of oratorical power would injure rather than improve my cornuted clients. It has become too much the fashion to visit these animal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 March 1862

' iW MJUN1O13AWI'iY. Econd Halfr-Yearly Report of the edings of the Municipall Counoll of Kew, C- near cnding 12th day of January, 1862, Ince at C(ouncil and Coomniltee L.oetint. 4 U a rma .. 21 22 20 8 Malley .. 1-.2 21 2U. 1 2 1lewie 10 14 . 20 " . Fox ... 17 20 ... 3 r carson .. 18 18 18 r Derrick 20 22 r Crai3nll ... 10 22 Annual .Electiou. l 1th of January. 1802, a public meeting of ra R s held, and presided over by the chair It AIIIIeIncui, Klw, to IOlnintU canldidates S ce of Councillors Hniey, Fox, Fox, and Lewis, calndidates besides those retiring being d, the chairmanl dcclared those gentlemen to leeted. Appointments. "RwT b*ritsun, surveyor, having resigned oflice, hrd as engaged as acting surveyor. x, I;.i, surgueot, accepted the appointment oIlecer. tlle Gtray received the appointment of in I Ilnusnces. lates. tel.anlnont of rltes for the year, after re. by qtppals, aIountod to the suin of s. l;. of this amount £710 15s. has been )f this fresh atoulnt £54 4s. remains a ...

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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION. DEBATE ON THE ABOLITION OF CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 March 1862

11{WTFrORN LITERABY ASSOCIATION. DEBATE ON TILE ABOLITION OF CAPITAL IPUNISH?MENT. The first ordinary meeting of the members of this Association was held at the Town hall, on Tuesday ev'ening last. Upon the motion of Mr. Lansly, ,econded by Mr. Ritchie, W. II nderson Caqppbell, Esq., was called to the chair. The Chairm!in having rend the 0th rule of the society, and the advertisement convening the meeting, bmiefly referred to the interest fell in the question of " Capital Ptunishment," and beggied to tall on the honorary Secretary to open the debate. 1Mr. Macassey, after sonie preliminary ob servations, refi'trked that the object of nll punishment wais to prevent violation of the laws of the realn, ad the customs and usages of society. This was done in three ways- by the anendnient of the criminal himself; by depriving him? of the power to do future mischief; and by deterring others from fol lowving his example t 1rough f atr of tile con csquei'lces. Tne speaker argued in favour of ...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 March 1862

NOTES AND NEWS. On Sunday evening last the death of the Consort of Her Maje..ty was the occ:tsion of a most elo~iuent discourse by the Rev. 11. Connebee. in the Congregational Church Kew. The church was densely filled, and the pulpit wss covered in the deep mourning cloth. The sermon, which occupied some hour and a quarter, was listened to most at tentively, and the entire synmpathies of the congregation were evidently deeply concerned for the loss our beloved Q!een lins sustained. An interesting lecture was delivered in the ICew Athenteunm en Thursday evening, the 27th ult., in connection with the Keie Literary and Scientifli Institute. by the Rev. W. iL. Rees. "'The Destiny of Victoria" torned the subject of the rev. gentleman's discourse, in which he took a brief survey of the past his tory and present position of this colony. point itn' out the mnily advlantages that we possess over the countries of the old world fothe sliread of true and liberal principles, bo th in religion an...

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BOROONDARA FOOTPATHS. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 March 1862

BOROONDARA FOOTPATHS. To the Editor of the Standard. Sir,-I see posted notices that our Road Board intend to inflict fines upon us wood- carters for driving upon the footpaths. To this I should not object, provided the roads were passable; but if you would just go and examine the Hartwell road, beyond Camber. well, I am sure you or any other gentleman that has seen it would exonerate us from all blame. To tell you my own private opinion, Sir, I never had much faith in the present board, so far as the wants and requirements of the district are concerned; and this last act of which I complain strengtheuns my opinion. This piece of road of which I have spoken was once what the Surveyor called "formed," and after the wear and tear of some years, there is at the present time about eighteen inches of loose sand (and I need not inform you that, should it rain, this is con- verted into mud), and therefore an impossi- bility for us to pass over with loaded drays; and the consequence is, we a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

ADVICE GRATIS. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. To Pluriaf the Blood. These Pills have been placed by the common con sent of mankind at the head of all remedies for removing all obnoxious poisons from the blood, and eleansing all the tissues of the body. They have seved thoasands year after year from falling a sacri fice to the effeciets of dyspepsia, dysentery, diarrhoea, constipation, liver complaints, &e.. a filact attested by Syriadsof witnesses. Excessive weakness and debility, the warning of decreasing organic energy and vital decay, are restored and reanimated with vigour and healthful action in every organ throughout the sys tem, by the restorative and exhilarating intluence of this mcilicine. .1'imale Complaints. All disorders of the sex, and diseases in every crisis perilous to the life and healthl of woman, youthful or aged, married or single, may be radically anti quickly cured without risk or trouble by a few doses oftthese Pills, taken according to the printed'directions. Ind...

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LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

LoE ATr FInsT Smlour.-Not many weeks since, as two youlg ladies were taking their evening's airing on the St. Austell station, the last down train arrived, a gentleman stepped out antd espied the fair ones by thIt 'light ol the moon.' One of them par ticularly struck his fancy ; to use the words of a novelist, ':t strange sensation suddenly took posses sion of hli. Love entered his soul.' Athr some small civilities, lie asked her if she would have him, but shle laughingly told him she was already married. Bieiti incredulous, he pressed her to tell him where she lived, but she did not gratify him; he, however, persevered and fillowed her to her father's house. W ithin doors, his impertieunce did not desert him; preliminiaries were arranged, ind last Sunday they were married in St. Austell church. The bride is one of several datughters of a worthy baker at Ply mouth, and the bridegroom is said to be at Prusslan, twho was for twrelve years a steward on board one of her Majesty's ships,...

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PUBLICOLA, FOURTH SERIES, No. [?] To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

th Ihe E'dilo r of the Standard.'. , F I,-Thei olbjet of my present essay is to csieider thile praticability of tihe introdtiuction tf : tile or t la Iliuor note or ti le purposie fet'ctitng an itmuediate t'excha'nge of the productions of the labour of onle for the lollabr of snothier without prejudic'e to either. To etilct this, it has been shown in a formner essay t' that it can tcnly operate with advanlitge to the indi vidual and to society when its value is fixed and c re'urld hby a deposit of real vaile to meet it iromptly it on presentation, and that is to be scentured oly by using raw material of the best quality and cIollIa factured by the greatest skill. In productions of this character, to a certain extent, it may be possible 11 to prove that a real and facile power exists in such e an i excalge an?d representative mledium; and from the establislhment of this power upon such a basis nmny spring suggestions for its extecision and increase as rmay iltimately render it worthy...

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KEW SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

KEW =UESCIPT1O04 LIBR.UY. In c oedoiwn rith the ztýre Institute. q\', erry er Eifl. `und:s v1, ptcdi. from~ to 10 1u+;, ,o rc mbr~ri o v.

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 11. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J. P., Chairman, and Dr. O'Suilivan, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

[ llefure P. O' lirilen, Esq., .1. P., Chairman, and I)r. O'Sullivan, ;f.P.] lrvT Tr ST}A~r.xo.-l-Thomas Clements, a boy about 15 years of age, was charged by Mr. George Edwards with stealing a quantity of pears and grapes from his garden, on theI evening of Illhe 10th tlarch. J.ohn Conder A\llen, under-gardener in the employ of the 1lol. ,aIs, l13uty, deposed that about seven o'clock on that evening he saw tiur or five boys in 31 r. Edwards's garden, and lhaving called on them to stop, fired a gun over their heads, when they ran away. .1 e then weut out of the garden into the street leading to the'Yarra, and saw two boys conm ing out of the garden. lie believetl the prisoner was onle of them, but could not swear to him, Ellis Collings, gardencr to the lion. .as. 1leuty, deposed that about 20 minutes past seven he sent the first witness down to watch the garden, with instructions to fire a gun if lie saw any one in the garden. Shortly af terwards, hearing the report of the gun, lihe...

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KEW FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

1KEW FREE FUS1LIC IBRTARY. CE sisaing o A ok.,, by the Me1.ir-_e I ubL, 1-'hews. Qkn erery ennin.. Suy.J_; t ezpmJ-d. Sec ui5rv.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

It is announced that Sir .ipliard Graves Macdonnel has accepted tho inyitattion to be. present at the masonic banqucet whichl will, be given to him at the Mechanics' Institute, on iIonday evening, the 17th inst. The fact of Sir Richard being a brother, under the Irish constitution, coupled with the circum stance of Monday being St. Patrick's day, will, it is expected, lend additional e&lat to, what promises to be n successful masonio. domonstr'tlon' , It is reported that exceedingly rich dig. gings have been discovered on the head tof tho Thompson, close by the Dividing Ranger and the Clips Land Guardian lhas heard ot one prvty m.king as much as 20 oz. per day each man. Of course this statement m?ust be taken oun grano,-in fatct, the paper stateq ghat it cannot vouch for the truth of the reo lpot, it is suliposed that this goltllold iq close to theo head of the Tarrm "Yia' Captain Quail, of tho. stelnmtug ] ioness, reports having saon two d .A'1' g?gge ra th~ bank of the XYa...

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HAWTHORN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

L.TUOR-N pO)_T OFFICE TIhe Mtfl 1mr~'i fr~n 14svn~, &:t. ~: ;.43 Th 11311 a 1nrt fr n '.45L~n Bs~ 3-lu .^, 1fUIS p~ru. TiI. Ckl 1 ll. I thzn fix -R(IY~ine bwxv 2 Mr.KlwN* Kew P6:.s. FITivbthý: sa3 -3 Msa. M[c~A~ s 131 Rcud.I ýp 'll U p3u .

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WORK FOR THE PEOPLE. To the Editor of the South Bourke Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

WORK FOR TIHE PEOPLE. To the Editor of theSouth Bourke Standard. Sat,--f you could find space in your pa per for the following you \yould confer a fh vour on me, I assure you; and not only on me, but also on nmany others wyhqo thiltk with me. Here we are-living, I was about to say-but properly speaking, barely existing, in one of the inqos p.cturesquo and salubrious. municipalities in the colony-- place that with proper ipanagemont would inevitably prosper. But to what are we now rodeiced Vi W\reove littleopr no tfuds for improvement, and wo Ihayp ij the CCouncil certain members who would hinde' thlt little from being spent to the beinefit of us qll-as witness last lon-. day's meeting. It is all very finp o'pr those whoso bread is. already buttered to ipol'iso us a dry crust, but it is not nctaing a philanthropic part for then\ to prove obstructions, when they shonld, oni the contrary, endeavour to advance the inte rests of ni all, whiich they might do ait no loss or inconvenience t...

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KEW POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

-iI5. Ckfws fi Lr3=·t : i p tU 'VH.I Krazxrr Ptxunms-:r

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