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NUNAWADING ROAD BOARD. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

NUNAWADING IROAD B3OARD.. 2'o the .Editor of the Standard. 81it,-In your issue of February 28th I, find a letter signed W~. Ycomans, in ihcwhic letter a very ingenious attempt is made to justify his conduct in the matter of K]eogh's expenses; and to parties unacquainted with the facts of the case, from that explanation, coupled with Mr. Yeominns's coloured version of the matter, it would seem that justice had been done to Mr. Keogh, and no great injus tice to the district. But for the information of your readers, I beg to say that there is not, a single assertion in that letter that will bear the test of truth, except it is-" I am tired of it ;" and he might have added-ashamed of it; for if he is not he ought to be., W?LLIaa[ Eldr,INoworruT .

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

HARTWELI. rOsT OFFICE. The Mail rrives frtn Me!oas. &,.-C ('FL days., \ csda<s. an Frdays s: IIa-=. Oa A at fitarm for Melbhxzer. kc- %m Tuesiid IhIbtsdaiy. sAi SAi:ti s, : 11 3o asm P. Hpr.Eiv. Psiutaler. BOX IIILL HILL OFICS MThe 47is arrivs fixa MItura*,% &z,, oa Tces days Thuandndv and SaturAl\-l, hi II &Ls. IT-c.." at Box Hil ea lioistn , WedtsaT, and Frid<r r.Ptn- Psm~r

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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CROSSINGS. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

---0--- --· lb Olo .'dlitor of t~1h ,S'tandlarid. Si It,-Believiug you are greatly interdste; in the progress of hawthorn, T beg leave to. point out to,. yo.u what I consider a great; evil, and one which i trust you will exert, your influence to remove-viz., the crossinlg cut through the footpath clear Dr. Bragge's.. I do not know how thisi should be allowed, -as all crossings along this beautifunl walk are by bridges over the water-chamnI t-ex-. crpt by the fact that it is near a doctor'.s for I am sure the shalkino people gst at night. is almost enougli' to break their backs. Sincerely.hoping that this evi wilwill sou, be remedied, 1 remain, yours, &c., Pl?rs'rtinA.

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ME[?]INGS OF PUBLIC B[?]DES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

I ' tý 4.NI,.IS : . I)t i z.-r S i.,.~ l1ji", iar~,. T .:h¶'3 , lin~rttc~r alrE\ !;ll1r t. \T, :r.nE m is cc r, i.-ni.'y (ItnlU.g. tit t': Ci!.i Chwr Vrir at a:rtir N cth Kw CICI tt!. I rTtu,ýdnv eitinnirg at the Kew Ath sY\t L at tkif-1 1.i 7 1t-nt.

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KEW LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

KMW LITERAIV. AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUit. Iteuc s Lae delivere cvry Thu-.hva cvr:iL n the 1thbtzrutmd Bier, as rioarnc:wm h cig?. ,ittntumcii~n~, and art_ Cunitneru : sight..

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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION AND FREE LIBRARY. MUNICIPAL CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

,11A WTIIOF~t IITEI:.A!Ul A-S4CiA1TItN ANL) iiafi:;~ L:IIIILIRY X~t.'Iit.I Ca. KZELS.. pe.n for thŽe use ot 'ewuhers cn Tuesdays, Wid" tIcu u'Il4x prnt. 1'ie daily and Ictual nessp¶azrs, Aled. are IajJ on te t:dlue ad Engd i utagulues US soon s arris'tI. Th public axnittucd to peruse the books c:at by the tr.uste of the Melbourne Public Library. Mcnhere ci., obtain books ter per-ual at theirown honese on the abare etelaginp.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

ORIGINAL CORREStPONDEN?'E. [Letters intend d for insertion (n the SouTH BopuIKtu ST.t.IAU. must be autlheiticaed Ii the name and ad dress of the mwriter, not necesscrii/ jbr publication, but as a guarantee of good faiik. The & ilor is not ro sponsible for thA opinions of his Correspaz!dents.]

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BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

1Uo ROONDAIIA fpIjTROICT ROAD B],OARD. SATrunuo.lAY,MAL'nci 8. Prescnt-The Ohairman (R. Kent, Esq.) Messrs.. Webb, Coakley, Downing, lRobin. son, rtd! Eastlyay. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed: coniasrownE.or. To T. L. I-arris, Es q., forwarding a chcequo for £5 for preparing plans and specification as per resolution of the Board. To J. Fitzgibbon, contractor, stating that the Board will proceed to complete his con tract, and forwarding copy of a resolution come to at last meoting. From" Ml'. Gillett, of 114, Elizabeth strbet, Melbourno, applying for a sum of £12. 10s. Gd., balanco due to Mr. Fitzgibbon, with 21s. costs of application. The Chairman informed the Board that he had been requeted by. tleo fmnnager of the English, Scottish and Australian Chartered Bank to convey the thanks of the Directors to the Board' for their attention and punctu ality iq paying off their overdraft 'i}cpording to promise, lie (the chairman); asked the Manageir if the Direc...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

A?}1OICA\. Our diffic.ulties with America have boon pacifically. settled. Lard Lyons received Instructions from the British Government, on the 19th December, ,direct ing him to demand the osurrender of the conunis siouers, and a suitable apology for the :lisult olffered to the British flag, by the boarding of the Trout. Lord Lyons was instructed, in the first place,to com liunnicato th substanesubstance of his despatche to Mr. Se ward unollcially, in order to give thl Anurlean Gj. vernment an opportunity of malhing voluntltry re paration, and thus escape tho Ihumiliation of ap. pearing to yield to monaco. No answer having been received up to the 23rd, Lord Lyons made his olllial comlmunications, seven clear days being qlb lowed foran answer. On tho27th it was annoulnced that the four prisoners taken fron the :Trent wqtl4e be chcorfully liberated, Lord isyolis :tol ndicate a place and time for receiving them; and also that the Government of the United States distinctly and un, equivo...

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

W A33A T" IC-ST Q'-FF!CL Lae te z- r s-.:-' k e-c - . cls.! 1J! .. I rodetiJ i e:3 L` aý c FLLY. FLa Fi

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

DONASTEE : H's r OF:IIcL z t hLruzr. t'A Sý3 1t Wi:r3 i: Ii s~. C:, &;t3 it 10SJ sr . T. i. Gzl.. f ;^;yrI.

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

NOTES AND NEHWS. On r funee to our adveriising columns it wl b se4n th? a leeuL-e will be deEvered a: the Town Hail on Tues~iy evening next, by Ri?B?rd Birnie. Eq., on "Town and Gtrwn," when Sir Willismn Stawell, Chief Jui.,e. wil ptrei e. This is the third pub. is il. - w--eh has been pdrovided by the H'iinh. Li esri As. stion durin the re-'., and however mumc we may be incainkd :o cIc P'irent the Man~nain Committee for the en;- they hare dis?aved. we reai!v :hink is: the public hare been wnting in app2aisting their se.vices, and alo back. wazl in diaserging tha: duty which they owe themsilves. Befo-e the Lite-r Ar.;y . s;tio s as estabish?ed, there was a err out for a s?e~etr where reined enjorment could be indulred in ; but no'.v, afera great deal of personal inconvenience to the Committee ;s.: lrves, the wishes of the residents have b&ne met, their endeavours do not seem to receive that support which they deserve. A: 3f-r. Edwards's lcture on-v some SO per s?s atteinded,...

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

Iti Y ii1V1U L\ ,1lTEJAI1tY ASSOCIATION. fill be dellivred under the auspices of this Society By RICHARD BIRNIE, Esq., IAltltIISTER-AT-LAW, iN 'rHlE TOWN IIALL, IHAWTHORN, 5) TUI~SDAY EVENING, MAR0 li{ 18. ubitrt-ePo at tttlb. latt; I r, leminiscences of University afid::London Life, itiIh Anccdots of iench, Bar, and Pullpit; incidental Itchcs of Wi.cuell, Simeon, Talfourd, ]i'ugham, c.; illustration of how to make a Popular Preacher; c P'rogress of Eccentricity; Sketch of Dr Kitch gitr, &C., AC., A &C. ja 1\WILLIAM STAWVELL mWILTL lRls llE'. Adnmission, One Slilling. Special and Life Iein trs can introduce two friends, Ordinary Members n - friend. Doors open a1 nt-hfast ha-past sno'clock. Chair to r taken at eight o clock precisely, ,TAIs MsAoASSlYe, Ilon. Sc,. lcembers must produce their Tickets. TOW\rN IIALL, ItAWTIIORN. A CLASS for thie study and practice of Will be opened In the above Rooms, ON FRIDAY, IAROII 28Tir, 1812, u'Y JrBl. WALT.E Z ONTVICK, )rgnnist of ...

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RATHMINES ROAD. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

I UMIITINES ROAD, th eo Editorlo, theo Standard. Srn,--Being a subscriber to your valuable paper, therefore with your permiOssion I would just say a few words as regards thie manner our two' councillors arc serving us hero in Rathmines road. I suppose, Sir, you know that at an election, when an elcotor votes for a neighbour who is putting up for the Coun cil, it is with the understanding that he should "feather his nest,"--that is, make the roads round about his residence in good order before hie tyRnl of oqlco expires. This out two wvor.thios havo neglected to do. It is not for the want of trying, but they go such a sttipid way about it, Instead of op. posing a small grant round another cotspoel lor's residence, they ough; to hayo yoted for it, and then the said councillor wpQld have voted for thomi. That's the way they do it hi Collingwood-not go tryinl to got a special grant to have the road pitched, inc. tailed, korbod, &e., all at once. I wish they know the way to go ab...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

?.VLTJIORN 3IMUNICIPAL COUNCIL. 3o.s-v.r. 3 I.cu 10. Present--M. O'Grady. Esq., 3M.L.A., Chirnman. Couneiliors Hill. M'Dougall, Conran, Lausly, Bra~ge, and Campbell. The minute of the previous meeting were read and contirmed. CORRESPOCDECE. To W. Bonwick, Esq., forwarding resolu tion of Couneil, granting the use of the Townh la'll on Frida.s for the pr~psed singing To Captain Hanmmond and W. II. Pettett, Esq., intormin them of their appointment, as auditors, and requesting them to nihie ai day when it would be convenient to audit the accounts. From the Public Works department, in reply to letter of the 3rd inst., stating that the Commissioner of Public Works did not feel justihed in making any further grant for the completion of the court-house, especi ally as the present building as it now stands is quite suifieient for all the purposes '!df a Court of Pexty Sessions. The Town i'lerk read a copy of a letter from Mr. Crawler, addressed to the Com. missioner of Roads and Bridg.es, in...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

ARliiirAl OI' THE E1NGLISH MAIL. Thi following is the summary telegraphed by the ArguO correspondent: ADELAIDE, MAneou 12, 1 A.3[. The Balelutha has arrived at Glenalg, after a rapid run of ninety-one hours. The Peninsular and Orien tal Company's steamship Northam,' Captain P'otts' arrived at King George's Sound at eight o'clock p.m, on the 7th nast., having left Galle nothe 21st Febru ary. She reports that the Bombay ; loft Gallo on the 21st January, with the Australi n alils from England The Australian November malls,~voro delivered in London on the 13th and 21st Janiary. Loud com plaints made of the bad n managenibiit'of the postal communication between Etgland and Australia. The English mail leaves Southampton en the 20th of every month, whlld the mail front Austialia is seldom do livered till after the 20th, thus allowing t~o thme for replying, except via Marseilles. The Queen's health continues good. Thue King of the Belgians is visiting the Queen. Addresses o?i condolence fro...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, MARCH 14th, [?]. LAW REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 March 1862

C1r ~outt BiurktC ~tanTara. IýIDAT. iLU CI 14:r.,, a `oi2 L tW P.FTORM. wi:43 L. . ___ is is i.' ;rr c.- r - r =tp d :~r M. I c.f d' n, ni e.~ ~ ~ i't. we will no; i :rt o f ~iirer di Li . awbaL e o. Ci'; F~" Crar.~ii. ~IT· Li I tiiiier if evr. eu4 : be e stidr InI prer tic f ve'u._ It d:e-- n.'. rIurir Tern other ~ et'c-ia :han r to be udkic wit .afreri bidl fir 3tc:. :o tmp'el U- -. :be Ci~ui efulion t:b: a d= r iie eA d to Fe "sned a La t dowir :il I able to tii _e or puro e. F.rtcerivr wi:h thi~e -W$ h- e can now r= witih s re heseta3~r dont ?prs The sreiet c~t-r yeriwnsii d. nc~fi~; uu m.S-^c ' C z-rt- fa ablr n - K'n of Mr. )saivxc4 Bill t:an our o prvw' intei~ed ,, ;i otne Ther d ot n ii: srr addi. tiziul 3agU-Mri it in support c the irti t s., cr third :adic t, of :ie Biii acre thin what erery cte is peplaodimt. On tie .:cSatr~sr , a re of ipiuicn that they will act ,I -' s "t-i nI V v fhe -tnber, ofI IOw l.' I ti.e . .e ~ bl.vy hkve eapressed the:':s,!v Si thoaur of the Tau...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 March 1862

1E fi)ollowing USEFUL AR1TICLESt I Prepared atid Sold by the Unldersigned: Superior black and coloured Inks Gold llerivor, for cleaninig picture fraImes, gilt ounldings, &e. Liquid for cleaning and restoring plated goods l'olishing Oil for fursniture Varnish for fly-sheets Prepared Paper for do. Black and transparent Tracing Paper for copying And a variety of miscellancous useful articles. Oil Paintings, Engravings, Maps, .ke., cleaned and varnished. Marble Cllimniey-pieces cleaned; Cedar ditto varnished. Conmnission Agent for the sale and purchase of Paper-hangings and all articles required for deco riatiyo purposes. J. CLARKE, Mlanu.factuer and 'L'rarellin Agent, SEYMOUR COTTAGE, CAMBEIlRWEILL. CURE IS .AT HAND. HOLLOWAY'S OINTDIENT Scorbulic Eruppions, as S'ore Heads andl ScroJ;,lous St'ellint?s. If this powerful Ointment be well rubbed into the parts affected, all skin disease will be speedily overcome. It acts not by repression. but repulsion. It enters tile system as s...

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THE ADVENTURES OF A FORLORN BACHELOR. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 March 1862

l'llE i .\ !)i.' N tR 0 F ORLORN Ilc'II EIA)1It tBY J . I,. . C t .'AI IER III. P, • ...... thith , thait if re. lumphin got ntutu "liiulii. he knew, hor to yet out of' them, and unt artant of the ,tricndll reception he met with at tu itsum," ai ellas giving an insiht into ]?trl it N tesL ,ar,, li/e. fle tllit yl in whicl I was placed, andt tile em iiharasstiicnt in w hic I was ihnvolved, in cooseqnenlce oftlheliule wou 'smisfortune, werchllappilydislposed of li n a tnl er hihl' satislhletory to mays?if. I had I:en c njtring tip all sorts of phantasnmtgorts, ant: p inting, vividly, dismal scenes in the subsequent acts ot'tlis Ilepli'ihl d.anma, wlhe I was most de lhIt'ullo srplised bh the arrival of the return train t'rotll Qtall e a!llllt. A part of tile alntale jltggage transmitted thereby collnsisted of the cook and thle haby; bat it mli.y ie ctasily' e'ueeiviil tlhat Ill?j iyoasness was solmtewhat ltiei,' h, tle pahifilt r.ellectiotons that I wias still at tihe tender mlercies o...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 March 1862

-O - IIAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TcsnDAY, M'1Rcu 18. [Before P. O'Brien. Esq., J.P., Chairman, and Dr. Embling. J.P.] No Ltours.-Thomas M'Lean was charg ed by Constable M'Kenzie with having no light on his dray. The defendant didi no: appear. The Constable proved the offence. and the Bench inflicted a fine of 2s. Gd. and 2s. Gd. costs. Edward M3urnan was charged with a similar offence. The defendant admitted the charge, and was fined Is, and 2s. Gd. costs. John Mahoney, charged with a similar offence, was also lined is. and 2s. Gd. costs. USE AND OccrLATnox.--Samuel Boyle v. Arther Kelly. Use and occupation of a piece ofland £15. The defendant admitted the debt, but contended that the case should have been brought before the court at Oak leigh, as the propertr was situated within that police district. The Bench overruled the objection. and gave a verdict for the amount, with 2s. Gd. costs. Onscr'E LxLaorAoE.-Thomas Bevan was summoned by Elizabeth Smith for using ob scene and abusive lan...

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