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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 April 1862
TOW N HJALL, HAWTHORN. A CLASS for tho study mid prictkoe of Wil be opened ini theo oboh iiItoo ON BIDA. a AICI! 28'r 18(.3w BY 1'JR. IVJ'ALI 'jj I J O .. Irzoala Organiit or (;ht ;:'itIureh, ea urniº. iiid 'l'int her of Vocnl and lnntrllanu'iltlal ýIIP usill'I in Tow n ca1 ll yulrbwºl 'Ntrtiomtll 5uhoools ioiirso of IXxritei~v~ , to iraio iii it iM( SIN\1Ialt'f.IU AT'r SIC' II'I', and no qaIf1 them t Ii, 1 rrMiiieimbr 'the (flrsooitq 'luLi? y II:Iiarly 1s 41oiBiuI tube iittie trou r Iooniit tit' fotn II ial; tii jIon) 11r. I ~iekvtiii, it th 1tt 'ii.it '111Cr lii, I'ruin ,1., Ulryiuoi1 utt the 1WItui'4 t lw Sp BY NS A TIT,. F. BARNARD, (Mgpiler of the Phlirmneuitica Society of Great Britain,) C1 i ] ST, DRUGGIST, & PERFUMER. Thle utmost care hestoýtlp on the preparation of I'rescrilit ions oild Family 'hocipcs. N. I.--Drius iand Chemical Preparations sent out front this estatblisluhent are warranted to be of the pure.'t kind, and charged at the most reasonable prices. All P...
PUBLICOLA, FOURTH SERIES, NO. XV. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 April 1862
PUB}1iCQ1[ , OLtfi4 o~ ;! ,l, No. xr. qb tzl 4jior, of t 0,ll, 1flanidair * 'I,,-NotwithlsitandilngI th1 opilion of your cor 's, lulndclt who sip~ns himself A Crilic,' that quoti 1ioll.s t1rom what lieh jstly terms flie rare hild authors nt' thl past are ohjectionable, 1 Ilmst freely ianu holiinstly colnfess that I lave yet to learn that a great prror has beenl connillll' Iy I ne1 in making use of ,xlracis frilm theim f.illiustration of what I have writtenu 11fi we are certan)ly none of us so wise that yev can altogether dispense s! li'" reconsideration of the wisdoml of tile past; 'and it I?lius.ti ??pIdet to all that tlere is--eiliglic'iled though many mgy esteem llimseclves-a nluincrous class among us who not only have nelver rend these authors, but who are not pven aware that they had existed, much less of the rich legacies of'intvlltwi.ial wealth which these rare old worthies have left fir tlil cictifif' qilcnim tqnd of their childre.1." ask, is it well for thoso w.pioP oup por...
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 April 1862
11ATTi 'IJIORNI POLICE COURT. 6b th? ' Editor of iia Stirutri?:, . Stul,- ot being an inhabitant of the norld in whichyou reside, lihardly know if. I an~ right or wrnong in addressing this note to yott; but I proesume, that being in the right, I shall. be able to read it again in your columns, a copy of which you can forward me by the. i\et,. bitlloon; ,ut if in the wroi?? there is an lld' of it at once. 'The moon, Sir, is my plate of bode ; nnd feeling aL little enni,n as the French. say, I thoughtg) would take a ftrip to earth to, see how you wereo getting'll n" blow.: Well, Sir, I waited forr a fitting oplportulnit$l to: descond." i t irgiti?. tonsiderablo while,l" ds thie Y5ankees'san , till at ldngrth a rainbow. assisted me in my flight ;. Jgl;en, like Barneo O'Keect' of old; whld, after pny'n ing m ' Visit,t. did the samer, :I bnuttered my. brj'eeches ami. slid down to tcrrafirnais. I alighktd whetcm do10 you think ofaall places ilm the wplyld ? Why, i1 Iftwthorn, just at Ile ...
NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 April 1862
INUXAWADING DISTRICT ROA,. BOARD. TiI'iSDu T; M1kcir 27, 1862. Presect-MI r. Yeomans, Chairman, Mesers; Keogh, Berry, Baker, and White. Tho miiqtes o.fthc previous meeting wora reinaul'id coiifirmed. On the motion of Mr. Keogh, seconded by Mr. Berry, I payn\enit of £2 Ss. was ordered for day hib.our. M[o;'ed by Mr, Whlite, riId seconded by mIt': B3iker,-That the app.o.ijnieuat, of a Bur yeyor. and secretar.y. be pos.tppjgod till thi. next meeting of the Board; and that appli-. cants be written to and requaeted to attend.. -Carried. ICi. Keohri reported the result of an inter view with lio represcintativoe of the district, relitiiv to (lka nt ithod of dis?trjbitting tho, Irrnt-i ni-iii rates., . TI'o Boaurd then adijourncd.
LECTURE IN THE TOWN HALL, PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 April 1862
LEMOk UiRE IN, TislE TOWN IiA.TiL, PItA111A N. r. On. Thursday the 27thl of' narell, the first oi' a.courso ofluctures was givon iutlho Town lHall, 'rahran, by the Rov. lRielinild Coiiioebeo of KeCw, on "Theo Vietoriain .Eplioratioli E pedition." His xcecllenoy Si ll.nry Barkly, K.O,B., inl the chair. IThe proceed ot' the lectures to be appropriated toyttrtl t1loe lminds of the Iccluhtlnlcs ].,lbrar'. The lccturer communoi?el with a very ap, propriate and Wiell dolivered c?yorditun, which It once rivotted tlhe attentilon anld sieeire the continllod inttorest of his inudiunce, Pray iug first a descriptive comparison beotween the moiral ant" physical condition of the pemople of l3ritaiu the reigns o fthe Second Charles ans of out most Gracious So'croign Queton' V\ictoria, he proceeded to tshow that morals and individual comforts had improved, land thatthat improvement neccecarily followed closely on the footsteps of science, onterprise, tliscoery and experience. That those in provemen...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND, CAMBERWELL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 April 1862
CI[URUL 'O ENLA N.D,. GAMIIER On Wednesi ,: evening last, the seconid general meeting of persons favourable to the erection or a Church of England at Camber well, was:held at the oillco of the Boroondaria Road Board, noxt tho Camberwell Iuu. Theo meeting was called for seven o'elook, but it was past eight when the bhtuissss cnunmmenced. On the motiop pf Alr. D)own, seconded by Mr. Tal,lo~,' ?. lir. 1I. ?'aupbell was :;oted to the chair.. The Chairman, in opening the proceedings, stated that tliger first duty would be to recon sider' th seecond 'regolutwon passed at their fotrmner meeting, Niliicll ivss afollows: "That a schoolroom should first .be erected, in which di tiue service 'might bo' celebrated uitil a cjurtlch could 'b built." 1 d was sorry the Rev. Mr. Wood was not in aittendance, as he was prepared to state the circumstances which rendered it necessary that it clhurch should lippt be built. (hat goiitlumaui, to tlotis 'they owed tlio presbit' advanced posi tion in which t...
D[?]NCASTER POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 April 1862
D )X.S I'ISL L'rS 1' O110 'V IQ;. T ihe ?i1 arrives ft-oni Jlelldnrne, &c., on 1'Ie, SiLays, 'IIttr1Mays, ani tinIL irilnys it aI m Glii, uier~. hA' Mdhiiii'iurnc on Mloizihiiyi, We'udnindtay.s, nilti Fri ,Iiys at 10.30 a.mi.r '1'. 1V. C; usssr, L1outlllýfCCP.
LILLYDALE POST OFFICE. Late Brushy Creèk. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 April 1862
LIfAA'I) LA [ IJOST' OFV( C !P. 'Lat, Brurshy Crck.' The 1I!i arrives fronm Mldlnsourvu, &,, on Tons days, Thurlyo,, nd Santurdaiys, aL I p.m. Clones or Mloiboiiio oin llMnduys, Wicdoasdays, and Fri days,'it 9.Hu aol, J. I'ea:naiv, 'u it((IInso r.