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

Pi O W 1'dS OFFICE. fhe Mial arrives from n Melbourne, &c., nt 10 a.m. 'dily. Closes forb elbourne at I p.m. W. II. Ki:iur.rT, Postmnster. -o

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 25. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, and DR. Tierney, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 March 1862

--o HAWTHORN POLICO OOTU.tT TUESDAY, iMAlicH 2. [Before P. O'Brion, Esq., J P., Olhirman, qtud .r. Tierrecy, J.P,] No NAn~i-Jiohn Stack 'as charged by Constable Kelly with having no name, on his dray. The defendant;hdmitted tho dlfence, and said the' dray was; a spare, one aid riot licensed. Fiierd 2s. Gd. a~d 2J Gd. coats. No Laolfr.--.ohn Stevens was charged by Constable Gray with having no,light on his drav, oil the evening ofthe 13th March, at Kew. The.defendant admitted thait he had no light, but. said it was, at moomilight night. 'The constable said he had spoken a p the defendant several times, but ,he was uices santly making excuses. F'ined. i. and\2s. Ud. costs. AN UNPROTEOTSD DuAY.-Samuel Christ. inne was charged by ConstabloeM'Konzio with leaving his horse and dray unprotected. The defendant did not applear., l'ho constable proved that he met tile drnya on the road without a driver, and tools itWi'tb Fletcher's Hotel, hereo it was claimed by the defendant. Fine4 fi. and 2...

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

I:\ARTWE , P 1OST OFFICiE. Tho ?Uill irrivs from .' &cloUorn, &c., on rop0 fIays, Wodlnesdrayv, and FridayI ait 11 .i.. C(loe.s nit Hartwell l'nr uelhllolri, &e., on Tuesdays Tl'lralday.i, nld ao lur.lays, at 11 0 .nln. R. 1 nuoarY, Postmaster.

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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 March 1862

MAII'!TINGS OV PUIILIO I})DI:S. 11no?nr.A D?riTi'rr T]nAn BfAnn mllect nl (crr:ite ?Fr.uiday', Lat thle Offlce, C.iliIerwmill, at 3 p'oli:k p.O, IWTiIorN ll?,MxrirAi. C6icni,. mlets every Mnollday cveliug, att flh Counjil Clia:nbrs a' So'dock. . Krw MI~t:claII CorI:ycII. meets every Te?Icday c.reoiig at the I~Ke A.thl?ialni, at hall'fpast 7 p.m. 'L.

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KEW LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 March 1862

KEW LITERARY AND SCIIENTIIC INSTITUT. ST.ctuc s are delivcrol every .Thura.ly e'vnii: i 'llh" AthilbMn, Kew, oni varrins branclhes iterilue.'? Oicuncc, nal.u nrat. Conmelnce at oilght.

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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION AND FREE LIBRARY. MUNICIPAL CAHMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 March 1862

HIAWTIORN .ITEIARY ASSOlCIATION AND FRKE LIBRARY, ?!VNICIPAI, C1IAIfl -RS, Open for the iseo of Memnbors on T'uesdays, Wed. )pelayst 'tlhursday,, and - turdays, fronm SIeve to !'1t, u'clock p.m. "lo' daily anot locnl o?wapapler8, tiled, are laid on'tli thble, and English nia.gazinea is sItin'ns naririlid The public admitted to perils the boolis lent by the truotccs of the Nlclbonirncb Public Library. Membera can obtain books otr pereual at their own homm ont the above uBcenngs.

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HAWTHORN AND KEW RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 March 1862

I\AW[O110 RN AND KENW RIFLES. Th'Ii Ea t Collingwood Compiiny of Rifle ol iteprs having beets oncaunped in Studley aliit r sne rays, a determination, was ar vd at late on Monday evening, that the a tltorn and Kew corps should pay them p i ndly viit. So well were the arrangements ade that until withino aboutan hour bofore to time appointed for assemnbling at the ren en ousopposite the Sirl obert Nickle II otel, o one wIias aware of the intention of the lrnain to call them out. Intimation was ?on bhi the Drill Instructor to as many of he clipaniv as he could possibly warn within linited t period, and the invitation appears o hare been so acceptable that about 25 fictive menn were assembled at half.past ight. lThey marched quietly along to O'Shanas y'alotel,Kew, where they were joined by the etachiment of that placer; and tough reports ere ahbroad that pickets were stationed In all lirections on the lookout, this infdrmation oes inot seem to have disturbed the equn nimiiity of onp gall...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, MARCH 28th, 1862. MR. PATRICK COSTELLO. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 March 1862

SF" RIDAY, MARCHI 28th, 1~Q2. SRIR. PATRICK COSTELLO. Pun readers are doubtless nware that a peti tion 'has been presented to thi Executive 'Cpunci,uirging a 'litigat ion ofl the punishlent iisited tulon i ATlICKi CosTeLLO and his poupaniona for imper.t tionti at the Morn Ington election. That petition contains !!pong others tule signature ofp thirty-scven Members of tho Legidlativo Asfenmbly, repre . ienting ill classes of politicians; and the prayer of the petition Imh been si!pported by .iany of our most influential members of jiociety. It appears thit the Governent nro iicliued .6 recommend Her IMajesty's representative to accede to the petition ; but 31r. ?irciIAII :ITAt.f , w- .ith hs usual. foresiglt, caninot Siow tl)e ipportunitv t pt nd withiout attri putitig tle tbleip taken to moti;es of a pi'ty iamuctort ,. GuAr alredly groans in plhii?. In all probability beouro Coirira.o , ibtai his relefane, the ol ember for Rodney Fill publsli it, itpon reliablo inlbrmntioli, that tp...

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

1ANTED, a YOUNG ?AN, to plough uand mike himserl gcnerally ineoll on the Farm. Apply to T'IOMAS COAGG; or office of this pnpcr. '.B.-Ploughing done on the shortest notice. THOMAS CRAGG.

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 March 1862

NOTES AND NEWS. The ]ast exhibition of the season, in connec tion with the lortiqultural Society of Vic toria, will be held ill the Botanical' :Gardens to-morrow. 'We understand that the show is like!y to be superior. to anytlling of the kind tat has ever been witnessed'in Victoria ; and in addition to the otler attractionis, Mr. Johnson's celebrated band will perlorm choice selections of music throughout the day. The hon. Secretary of the [ITathorul Lite rary Association begs to acknowledge literary (loiations fromn lessrsd. W. If. Pettott, John King, and II. Baxter. The fuineral of Mrs. Molonoy took plancq yesterday. The deeeascdlwas iluch respected by a large cirelo ot fiioends, and her remaina were followed to their final resting-place by the longest plrocession we have over witnessed in hawthorn. The All E:gland Eleren took their depanr twore finom Victoria for the moother-country on \Vredicyday afternoon, by the Royal Miil s.s. Nortlhimnt. S.verial testimonials were prosented"...

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

DOXCASTilli ~!lsrL' OFF[E. 'Theo Mail arrivlt frot .wfItIehorle, &e., on Tuies l4ays, 'TlhursdnyP, n11Tl S:aturdaIy.I ti 1 llni.' (Im. c;; finr Melboulrno on Momtlays, \Wednesays; andl Fri p~lys at 10.30 n.n. T. W. OtI.:;r, Posiniaster.

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LILLYDALE POST OFFICE. Late Brushy Creek. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 March 1862

LI.IYDAL POST OFFIOE. Lato lHruihy Creek. The MUall frrivei froni Melbourne, &c., on Tnes. dpys, Thursdays, and Saturdays, nt 1 p.n. Closes of Melbourne on Mondays, Wedne-3days, and iri Sdays, at 9.I0 .nm. J. P?nsml, P'ostnmster.

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

WAfIRAXIiY'Ti OST OFFICIm . Tlio Mnil arrlves from Mellbiourno on Tuesdanys, 7hurisd1ny, and lnturdays nt n1oon. Closes for Melbournc on Mondays, Wcdnesdays, and Fridays at 9.30 R.im. F. BEEWrTT, Postmast.Sr.

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

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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PUBLICOLA, FOURTH SERIES, No. XIV. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 March 1862

IUBLIC QLA, o?r'T?F Rs?utES, 1No. x?v. the .dlitor of the Staulard. .St!,-A-s an eloquent Sebtbl, preacher of, the last rrntulry once very j?utly ob?usrved, thali it wuas oie thing to he wise iinour own eyes, another to Iu wise in the opinion of the world, but a very dillfrent thihg finm either to be so in the sight of Clod. In the tirst our self-love is too aplit to deceive it; ini thed second, success or failure in our undertakings guides the opinion of. tlh:'iqgrld iespPeting us; but in the last, we are juilgeiT imore ly our motives than the resulit pr our actions. ' I amn quite aware that in these essays which I have undertaken the ro-eonsijderaton bfit' there litay be much said whlich perhiaps h lid bettlr not have linen said, and that my aints atd motives will not be ituderstood by all, lint as Solomon says, "All the ways of a man are right in his own eyes, until hil neighbour cometh nnl searchleth hhn," we maiy safely conclude that severe censuro when we do wrong is more for ...

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BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 March 1862

BOROONDALRA DISTRICT IOCAD BOARD. SATURDAY, MAnol 22. Presont-Tho Chairman (I. Kent, Esq.), IMessrs. Downing, Webb, Coakley,and Hurry. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. oonRESPONDENCE. To T. O'Brion, Esq., Solicitor, acknowleg ing the receipt of his letter, and stating that when Fitzgibbon's contract was completed, the Board would be glad to pay him' the balance. To Mr. James ' Malone, Melbourno; and Mr. James Mnlh?n, 1Richnloild, Mr. Fitz. gibbon's sureties, giving them notice of the failure of the contractor to fulfil his contract, and informing them teat in the event of the contract ilot being completed witlin four teen days, the Board will enforoe the con tract bond. Mr. Webb stated that the contractor had since been at work on the road, and it was now in tolerable condition. The Chairman thought they might 'pass the work, as the interests of the ratepaygers had been protected, and the contractor had not made aprofitablo job of it. Mr. Webb suggested t...

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

U1'\ IIHALL, ]L\VTI{O1RN. CLASS for the study and practipp of Will be openled in the above R]ooms, ]:RIlI).\ , 1MARICI[ 2S'rr, 1862, [11?, W1A !LV'1 BiO.ZONIPIOJX tof ilhristchurllhllaltlithorn, anlld 'ITeaclher of d Inlstrtllllltll Music in 'Town and Suburban NatWiollal Schools. l1ils will be carried through a systematic ilxercises, to trnthem hem to SING IMUIO i,'r, uan so qualify them to becone MMfiuibcrs f It a IiO1101 CiHORAL SOCIETY. lass will meet every Friday Evening, from o halflpast Nine. T'TIIMS: Course of T'wenty Lessons . , idl0s. lChillren admilted to the Class ..' s. Is may be ollained from Mr. 'eoon, at the hdll; frlon Mr. I)ickson, at the Post Oflfce; it 1ir. Ilyant, at tile Natif.)lld School. E:-', I OUSE, R1A.'WTIIORN, nemi' ce Church. -- LADIES' BOAltDING L, condlucted by MlIUS PARR'(. UINlNVILLE, KEW. 1ES' 3ELECT EDUCATIONAL t'I'.lL1SII131ENT, conducted hby MISS II. I'WI O ENGLtAŽA)D SCHOOL, NU NAWADING. NTED, a MASTER for thoeabovo school. Applllications o Ibe ...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 24. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 March 1862

1[ 1WTJiQtO N MUNIOIPAL COUNCIL. "lo•DAY, 1n.. cl- 24. Presentº3l. O'Grady, Esq., M.L.A., Chairman, Councillors HEill, M3'DoLgall, Conlran, La:lsly, Bragge, land Campbell. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and colirmncd. coth r Oes.POD . To the Ihon. Commissioner of Railways and R]oads, askinig him to withdraw from lease the Hawthorn tIll bar, as efforts are being made to arrange with the R~ichmond Council. To J. lRunscll, Esq., ..P., Ohairnian of the lichmond&,Council, fortyardifg a resolutiori of this, Council,, equesitiig the Iiliiiiond Coon. cil j;o join infisking the 'Gboerii?edit :to post pqone the leasing of the toll, and proposing th'at ti collector of tho toll be appinuted by the joint Councils. 'lothe Heon. C. G. Duffy, M.P., President of the Board of Land and Works, applyiug for a sunm of money to assist ii1 fencing in the land adjoining the river at Hawthorn bridge. From thq T'own Clerk of lidchinoid, stating that throu1g an accident the letter in ref...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND, CAMBERWELL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 March 1862

CHURCH OF ENGLAND,   CAMBERERWELL. A meeting was held at the office of the Boroondara Road Board, Camberwell, on Monday, the 17th inst., to take into consider- ation the desirability of erecting in the im- mediate neighbourhood a church and school room in connexion with the Church of Eng- land. The proccedings were opened with prayer, after which W. H. Campbell, Esq., was called upon to preside. The Rev. W. Wood stated that a similar   effort had been made in the year 1858 ; and that, after paying for forms, a reading desk, and other expenses, a sum of £25 remained in his hands, which would form the nucleus of any funds now about to be raised. Mr. R. Down moved, and Mr. A. Priestley seconded - " That it is desirable that a build- ing be erected on the two acres of land granted by the Government, at Camberwell,to be used as a schoolroom and a church, in connexion with the Church of England."-Carried unani- mously. On the motion of Mr. Taylor, seconded by Mr....

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CAMBERWELL ROAD. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 March 1862

CAMBERWELL ROAD To the Editor of the Standard. SIR, - With your permission I am anxious to call the attention of the Works committee to   the dangerous state of the gully, where the water crosses the road, beyond the five-mile   post towards Camberwell. As it at present stands an accident will certainly occur at this place, unless speedily repaired, and it would be far better to prevent such an occurence. I regret to any that none of the councillors travel this way, unless it is Dr. Bragge; he perhaps will know something about it. Yours, Mr. Editor, PEDESTRIAN.     [We can endorse our correspondent's letter, the place certainly requires immediate at- tention.--Ed.]

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