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To the Editor of the South Bourhe Standurd. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 March 1862

To the Edlitor of the South fIautrhe Sltalurd." lTa?a, miBi cau?a's memora., quo unmine hoUo, Quidni dolens regina Dodn tlot volesero caseu allylnine piotate virlnt ; tlo adira laboris, Inipiulerilt,luntlone animi. owl ostibus irac. One ovceuing as I travelled thrQugh one of our sqburllan districts, living been unex. pectedly i'vited to take a view of the newly erected 'l'qwn I-all ini that locality, a'nd to see how meritoriously the respectale? inhabitants contributed to establish ian excellent library with otlher literary conconlitanl , I resolved. to remain for some time, qndl qs there was ' little in the exterior of the edifice to attract any particular notice, I imnuediately pgtere4 the hall. The interior was brilliantly illnminated at this time, which induced me to take a view of its internal decorations and magnilicent li. brary. Having advanced with rapid pace to.. wards the library, to enjoy the luxury of ox. amining some of the menial labours of those who have long since p...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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MR. BIRNIE'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 March 1862

i'. BIRNJE'S "LECTURI On Tuesday evening last Mr. Ilirnie livered his promised lectura, entitled n?,IT and Gown, or Rlemoiniscences of Unirer.11 and London Life." 01, the motion of 1i; Commissioner Noel, Sir William Statvellxli voted'to the chair, and briefly iotreducedt " lecturer, . Mr.. Birnie commenced by remnarlding he had observed the ejcaracieristic of nmod: thought partook not so much of the ieal imagnary as of practical human intere The old hero worship was now supphlolitb by essays so severely critical a to fraque, jar on the feelins of the survivors. lt; eras of books and men were entirocl' disti A man of the closet, or as he woild call of the gown,--a practical manl, who bi' inmate worth had secured a name t',, Ia., ing, was freqtently at loss to, lstr worldly wisdom ; while the man of wit, r the town, was frequently brought tolq,;.. still by his ignorance of priucinlV . II bti lecture he proposed to show the I:and business might attend that room and fat time cease to be...

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

T)W\\N 1IALI, "IyAWTIIORN. A CLASS for the study and practice of - Will be olpened In the above Rooms, n ]I?D)AY, [A]IMARCH 28T11, -182, yr M3R. 7VA.LT.R B3ONTVICOX iOr' ist of (ilristchurehl , Ifawtorn, and Teacher of Yocl iand Iistrimental MIusie In Town and Suburban National Schools. l he I'upils will be carried through a systemnat course of lxcrcises, to trinin thel to SING LMUIc V SlilGI', and so qualify thema to become Maemnbers of a II.\AW'rllO CHIORAL SOCIETY.' 'The clTiss will meet every Friday Evening, frmitn ight to lIaultl'ast ,ine. TERMNS:- The Course of Twenty .essons .. 10s. lr Children admitted to the Class .. its. Tickets ne:y lie obtained front Mr. Tl'ou, at the uown lhii:; !ro n Mr, Dickson, at thle lost Iffiee; und from Mll.U. ].lyat, at the Natkitlll School, NUNAWA'DING DISTRICT ROAD 3OARlD. P1'LICATIONS will be received by the Scairnen, fiinm parties willing to fill the attic, of SUtV\'YOIll and S, CRICI'AItY to the liove Iiuard liic the remainder of the year. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 March 1862

BIRTH. On the 17th instant, Mrs Frederick B Pierce, of a son.

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 March 1862

KEW 31UXICIpAIL COUNCIL. TtESDAT. MAncu 1iS. P-nt ki-John Ilalfev. Esq.. Chnirntan. Councillor: Itwih, Wiharton, Derrick, For. and Crauwell. The Ininutc5 of the preeious meeting wre read and eonfir ned. COtnrstt5i Xp 'C. To -rem rs. Tucker and Browea. re z1 tin, the nuisnane caused b, their bsoiling-dow establishmenut. To the (hief Seer. f rw rding bye Ila No. ii. fo r levying a r:le of one willing in the pound. To the Crown Law OfQce. ci'n tl'e di<. tance from the Hatirthor.: Cour;.hcue to the Atheneuum at K;awr. From the Chief Neeretar-' o. c. statinr that bre-1-:r No. I I n:. !'b.cn eir wfdi e A co'muiukation 'v.is ailp f.twarded by :he Central Ikardi Cf fleth.i mf rrc~t : to the Hea1kh'OJ1 er. f;r It-' rp4' :he tow. Pruiic wa~ Ara r Report -o. 9 of ta. Palic \Vorks onmi rmtiee Iris .'rou 't II" 'co-r :en{*'(g tho· nado;tion of the Surveriyr's report. INo. "4 h it? tenaers be ec!ed t fr Talleet road, S::, lv iPrk bhril, 'ld ant d chAtlham rioa t. I . t!i O1ncCE thul.ni...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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DAY LABOUR. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 March 1862

DAY LABOUR. 'b to .Editor of the Slandard. Stu,-A corrospondont of yours who signs himselfa " Day Labourer," complains that ;himself' ind maniy of his class are not getting a living-scarcely, a bare subsistence. Let me ask how is this possible ? There must be a mistake. What I not a bare subsistence in .HLawthorn ?-one of the choicest localities in prosperous Victoria. There must be a great mistake. Do you not think that a day labourer, like some other of your correspon dents, would be much better employed in gnawing his dry crust in a corner and drink. ing his water in patienco, thanii in s dribbling that which, from the oxtent' of th6 circula tion of your paper, must cbme before sq many of his betters; who, I dlare say, find themselves much better employed iii! 6enjoying the but tored broead and asilping ;thelir IIyson whilst reading their fhr moro edifying Arqus, or partaking of their roast and boiled, washed down by their colonial winos or brandy, and declaring and proving to th...

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NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 March 1862

NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD   BOARD. THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1862. Present-Mr. Yeomans, Chairman, Messrs. Keogh. Berry. Sargent. and Padgham. On the minutes being read. Mr. Keogh called attention to the fact that Mr. Baker was not present until after the confirmation   of the minutes. Mr. Keogh also asked the Secretary to produce the notice he had re- ceived from Mr. Ellingworth for the produc- tion of the minute and other books. The Secretary stated that he had left it at home, believing it to be his property: but if the Board wished he would produce it. On the motion of Mr. Keogh, seconded by Mr. Padgham. Mr. Sinden's account for rent and lighting, £1 8s. 6d., was ordered to be paid. The Chairman said he was sorry that the day labourers had been discharged. He thought that it was the best outlay of public money that had ever been made in the dis- trict, and the satisfaction expressed by the ratepayers told him that the majority of them also thought so. With refe...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 March 1862

ORIGINA.L COLRESPONDENCE. [Letters intended for insertion in th So'r Ilr Bouitn STANDAID must be aulihnticuted by thl niitie'fil 'ado dress qf the writer, not necessarily erpublication, but as a qoirantke qf good faith. 'Ate diltr is not re-. sponsiblofor tlit opinions of his Correspondents ] [Mr. Brlde senids tlie enclosed to Mr.' Editor of the South Bourhe Standard, bogging thnt lie will overlook errors, and excuse Mr. i. for Ilsi in-' experlcnc in the art of newspaper writing; ain because lie ventures ngainst a mlan who is very mighty in words and learned quotations.] LA LEAl?TED WVATlLACE OF TiH RElE I C--I 'would rather that your demerits were ex ýposed by a more competent authority, but as it appears tliht your efforts to bamboozle the peopio of Hawthorn have failed, woinay take itfor granted that your vagaries don't suit. As you were detected in Geelong, Bo you have been exposed here. Your,attempt to oextract subscriptions for a. work; twhich, to judge friom your writings, wo...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 March 1862

SPECIAL MEETING. On Tuesday evening, March 18th, a special meeting was held to receive the report of the committee. Present--Mr. Yeomans. Chair- man. Messrs. Baker, Berry, Keogh, Padgham   and Sargent. REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE. Your committee have examined the rate- book and vouchers of the rate-collector, and found them correct. We hereby recommend the payment of his salary to this date, on his giving a receipt in full of all demands on the Board. On the motion of Mr. Baker, seconded by Mr. Berry, the report was adopted. On the motion of Mr. Keogh. seconded by Mr. Berry, the Chairman was requested to act as Secretary. Moved by Mr. Keogh and seconded by Mr. Berry-That the Secretary be instructed to inform Mr. Cannam that his service with the Board terminates to-night, March l8th. 1862.-Carried. On the motion of Mr. Keogh, seconded by Mr. Padgham, the Chairman was authorised to advertise for parties willing to fill the office of Surveyor, &,., to the Board. The Bo...

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PUBLICOLA, FOURTH SERIES, No. XIII. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 March 1862

-V PUBLTICO LA, ro V t; s)n lus, No. XitI. 1b A6u? Editor o~f Ihc Standard. St a.-Ol~eer Goldsmith sonttevhers' Fars titnt 1t'I'hut writer who nletveir deviate., alto never htzalds t new tlttttght or a tew exptetsion, thoughIlt hls f'rl'nldi et V tltl i mlittt ttt wit, u~pon Il hi ,' 3tuit v4, thinnu1t critleistit litts ltr feebie voie in his Itrniue, wVill seltdomi arrive it atit (til.!r~e of 1":rf':t inl. The ,way to atr·tir, Ias:tlg tstout is nutl b}" the a tewrst p( it writers faultst. Lit t itt' Creatones of his hiatt ties, ilud nor ittlest wor:cs art pr;gn lly ttt+t replete with Iboth." 11 hen I tirst otamno tteel the sprit-- of pspcvs+ jitt withed itn your useful lotl pettidittltl it tder thle sic nature ofl'ttublitoia, I .il nit ct iii isIC that I $utttlt hare been your corrresp:O lent to I*le extent I have jaett. Thtn favotirable reroptin the} haro Ittet wit +i tta ntanY" it your renlders I attri:att titore t 11the I {tliportanre of the cuhj els they treat of titan to nlne ...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, MARCH 21st, 1862. ROADS AND BRIDGES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 March 1862

o- :) uts) IYturftt ?taut iaDr . IRIDAY, MMARCII 21st, 1S2,2. - , ROADS AND BRIDGES. ' nz ctserve from a Parliament,'v par~r, :clat-ed by tre Con misioner of Ilailways ca'nd '.1. t, thatlit new mode of distribution is, for tto first time, to be adopted for 1St2. The document referred to is remarkable for a formidable array of columns and figures re :ating to a series of years, and the accom. panying explanatory minutte purports to explain the proposed new arrangenents. It has ben the coistonm in former years for the Government to select and recommend certain special works of urgency in various portions of the colony, and ha\ing obtained the granuts for thole works fromt P arliament, to expend the money by Govern:ment oficials acul Government contracts. Latel. o!,inion has grown itit sufficient force to prove that sums of money, so granted by Palrliament, would be nmore wisely and ecouomically spent 1 by the various local bodies ; urd consequenth ly when votes of mouey w;re' sanction...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 21 March 1862

I..-0- -O NOTES AND NEWS. At the late match between ten members of the liawththrn and Kew and a similar num ber of the Last Collingwood Rifle Corps. the scores were as followr:--East Collingwood, 142 ; Hawthorn and Kew. 15t;. Hawthorn and Kew Corps thus won by fourteen points. The Anniversarr tea mneering in connection with the Hawthorn Con?recgational Sunday School, was held last Tuesday evcnin,. in the Congreational chapel. Abolt eighrty persons sat down to tea, and after enjoying the re freshing beve:rage to their heart's content, the tables were cleared, and the Rev. G. J. Per. rin was called unon to preside at the public meatin, which followed. Several addresses on the good resulting from sunday schools were delivered. and the meeting broke up at tea o'elock. In consequence of the rain last u~ndav evening. the Anniversary sr,.non to be preached by Mr. B. Regera was pctpoued! ill next Sunday evening. On Wednesdavafterneon. on the Hawthorn, road. a Mr.Croom fell from a dray uuder...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 March 1862

rfl[ following USEFUL ARTICLES 1'Proeptred and Sull by the Un 'ersigiu:- * ,,Superior ililk .and coloured Inks Gold lievivor, for elceaning picture frames, gilt mlouldings, &e. Liquid for cleaning and restoring plated goods Polishing il0 tbr furniture Varnish for' Ily-shets ]'rep:lred Paper for do. Itlalck and transparent Tracing Paper for copyhelg And a varietfy of nriscellaneous useful articles. fjll Pitintings, Engravings, Maps, &c., cleaned and varnished. Marble Chimney.pieces cleaned; Cedar ditto varnishied. Conunission Agent for the sale and purchase of Piaper-hangings and all articles required for deco rative purposes. J. CLARKE, .Manufacturer and ' ~.'avelling Agent, SEYMOUR COTTAGE, OAMBERTWELL. CURE IS AT HAND.. HOLL(WAY'S OINTIIENT Scorlbutic Eruptions, as Sore Heads and ,Scroflous Swcellinlgs. If this powerfiul Ointment be well rubbed into the parts affected, all skin disease will be speedily overcome. It acts not by repression, but repulsion. It enters t...

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THE ADVENTURES OF A FORLORN BACHELOR. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 March 1862

Till Al)ryE?rITUII.S 01 I:OF 'O1U 1N1 1? J. . .ELO. lilApElt IlII. Upon reading these two extracts, I was equally re jliced and dismayed. Pleasanet iUpreq sWvas thle assu rance l hat all the phlilatlthrloio 'l?iw wlich' I iltad entertained, would receive the hli1bpjidt of so loyal andl powerfthl a sippo?tter as thle'gilartor. Uit, not to be understoodi, wo tie' hborror and dis'uast of which mly sensitis 'naturlo experienced after deliberating ipeon ithe coitentls ofr ho lilodar nmaniac.' iMy first inte;!tions iere to iliallenge thile paper to mlortal combat, but as tile "we" of all newspapers complrises individuals that are rarely to be toulld, 1 decleme it advisable not to throw away my challengL upon so unwerthy a set of people. Again, supposing that any one appoared in answer to the billet-delc., I should have acted contrary to my religion, scruples in bringing down the luekless wight seho had conl pounded the scurrilous 'elistl.' It wouhld not only have necessitated further and ...

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THINGS IN GENERAL. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 March 1862

THINGS IN GEiNERAL. 7b thee Jditor of. the Standard. Stl,--Ocenasiinlly, when I cas, afford talf*an hour's leisure, I indulge myself in noticing the va rious advertisements and productiOuits.thlt emanate.. from y'our commnrcial supporters -altd, lltora'ryfcor respondents. Son~e of tite fprmenr anfiford.. me 'i f ' of amusement frwn the ludicrous' aspc?t they pro sent, on account of ungranitmtnicn,[..ohstructioni while the latter extract fromln"ina; sig. p regret when I think that your correspondhitngt ca dlsr'over" no better subjects hbr .publiqUobserv?tibti t lat thoseO to which they generally refer. Why the correspondeq e writhtwhich' you are fa.. voured should be so lack of general interest, I ant not at any great loss to conceive. One of your former subscribers -ihoeso'place of: residecie generally varied w.ith the insertion of each prducetion-appeared to me to labour under the do.e sire to impr0ts upon your readers a deep. sense of admiration at his profound and extetolyo knowl...

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Kew SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 March 1862

KIEW SUBFORIPTIO\ LIBRARY. Tn connexion with the above Institute, open overy ovening, Stuindays excepted, from 5 to 10 p.m. fur mvembors only. ,

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KEW FRRE PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 March 1862

SIEW E FRPR I'JUILI.r LIBRARY, Cori)slsig 'ofbdokIs lent by the Melbourne Publio Library. Open every eveilng, Sundays exceptod, !re.pr" chrgo.

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WALLACE OF THE CREEK. To the Editor of the South Bourke Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 March 1862

'WALLACEI OF TLE1 OlRE.E?K. To the EJilr of the Sordh Bourke Standard. Sri,-Notwithstanding the dcclaratiotvyou once made that you would not insert any more communications (except by way of advertise ment) on the nearly worn-out subject of " Wallace of the Creek," it appears from your last issue that you cannot resist the tenipta tion of increasing the amount of your very Original Correspondenceo" by giving place in your columns for that sent to you by a certain Mr. Bride, touching a variety of sub jects supposed to alludo to. myself. Now, after expressing your determination not to revive the subject, unless by way of advertise ment, I plrotost against your relapses, and as none. of the agents for my numerous publica tions have, as yet, reported that they have received one shilling on account of the great work I proposed to prepare on the very in portant question as to the origin of " Ye Nalilttllge Of 3alatfjotltorl,'t No reasonable man could expect that it should be brought out in...

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HAWTHORN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 March 1862

IAW'rITORN I 0 -T OFFICE. The Mail nrrives from 'olboiurn?, ,&c., at 7.45 a.m. and 1.15 p.m., daily. Closes at li:awthorn for Melbourne, &r., at 7.4i and 2.1~ p.m. Peceiving boxes at Mr. Kirwood's, Kow Hl.ald, Hawthorn; and at Mr. Morton's, Main Road, 1'pper Hawthorn. II. Dzcwso., Postmaster.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 March 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCf. [Lectcrs intendcdlfor insertion iL ilhc SouTl JlovntrUI STANDn )u uM nli be authticakted by the noun and ad-. dress of t1w writer, not ,Icecoouri!, fur publicaiuon, but aR a quarootcc of io,,d faith. Thun IAdiior is ont r., opouna4lelfor t40 voinions qof his Corrcspondcnto.)

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