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HINTS FOR THE HORTIGULTURAL SO [?]. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 April 1862

tI' i ntl l' WEIKI.Y I: . It is agreed con till lhandts tIhat the dIr:wsilgg up of a schedule of prizes is of nmolre ioportacnce to a hatrti uetitulral show, thlnn almost any other part of thle ar rnlgement. Many a' prize has been otL.reid under the old hortiiltllral nlanigement at Chiswick, that prncltital men wailllid tell tllem would not eli (icom peted for, Manty others lthat intterested tnolildy but the party for whom the prize was especially intro duced, addinlgnothing to the effect p' tI); elxhilbitio while others, if offered, would have ?adtle I dia tingluished feature. Th'e first polot to be sFpgred is tile exhlijtion of good and rare plants, It is the quality of tilhe sh jeCts exhlibited that rivets public attention, without whichl exhibitinons would do but little. iThe siuall societies scattered all ovF tihe kingldoml for years, Ihave done much towards increasing the taste and ex: citing the emlulation of tie members anld exllhiblitori; but persons imust hltip already pos...

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THE AMERICAN INSTITUTIONS SO FAILURE [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 April 1862

'itsl AMKRMCAN "IKTITtUTIOtNa Ns ' AItURP.--(DlaI/y A'eu·r)-Th-'l'e "yl iij4 I pUlondbtedly fitted tat tlst thle Ftrength and slctierity of the plol iia ý l tliphlplcs which, ias a uatLion, we always profeaned nod held piest tti., En:gland is the ancient home of freedom, itlependence, and self-government. Here populau , rights Ihave gained a Inoite complete triumph over the pppressii'er hiilns of arbitrary privilege thanu in any pthler spot of the old woflI. The tlain prnricles of pur own free policy fitiinsplantesT" to tiie western wrildlerness, andt adalpnted to meet the newr nod splecial requirementls'f a young and enterprlsing race, are represented III the Ipolllcal ilnstitutiohs antd popular gnoertlnent at home land abroad, nflbet to see in the )resent strugglee tie fhilure. of these institutolls. they strive to frightenl the timid and perplex the impile by'u ld' dlil lCles 4ll falseo nrlns; and cherisl the slnister hope tnlat t tis great stF uggld tfir huitt freedoml abroad, t...

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HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 April 1862

HIQWT'IOULTUltAL SOCENDY O1l VICTORIA. Thoe lhrtlcultural fte which took'placo on Satur day at the boetanic Gartens, proved quite a success. 'Tho weather was most enjoyable. 'Theo gardel, notwithstanding the long dry senasoit which soe haivd lhad, were. charming. Mr. Johnson's bnnd was in attendance, and performed a selectilon of most en livening music; and the comptiny that assembled on thb occasion must have numbered about 2,000. SThe exhibition was in a spacious tent near the Conservatory, and, as is usnual with autunmnal shows, Pomona appropriated her full share'of honours. The ehllibits occupied three tables which were arranged in line; and while one was remarkable for its fruit, tihe second for its cut flowers, and the third for its vegetables, the centre space in eachk was filled with pin plants. Ahnnmber of these, bLl, the kilud;ess of Ills Eqcellency. the Governor, catoe froni ' ti otak, while others wore supplied by Dr.')Mnuller. The pot planits sent for competition were f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 April 1862

S}W' CIIL UR *Ii. A?iniversary of Laying the Foundation of the eabhoe Cillifel! will Ito held (I).V.) on lUNDAY, TI?E OTIu APRIL, 18a2, WHEN WO SERMONS b lFeidhed by the Rev. RTOIIARD CONNE= l ivhn Service will comnience in tilhe Morn t Eleven, and in the Evening at Half-pa; s Six PUBJIC TEA MEETING held in the School-houso of thoe same '. torch ISDAY, 8th APR 'nt 1862, at Six o'cloc, p nm., hich, Aiddresses will be delvered by thie Revs News, J. 1P. Sinlerlalld, J. 0. M'31lchael, James n, J. fleer, .J. L. Poore, W. S. H. Fielden, ns Odell, William Moss, .W. L. Rees, and other ters ald gentlemlen. lections will he made in ilh) of the ,uilding of the CIhrech. It, two shillings each, may oe obtained of . Kirwood, and of Messrs. Kellett &'Co.; ow'; . lirwooed, and Mr, Fysh, JIawthorn; Mrs, n, Cothlin Blore; and at the door of the " h, The attend:lnce of Christians of all denomi. s is respectfully requested. : Iw COMIB1NE]D SCHOOL, (le:tr of Cong elgatljonal Church), " nUAL EXAM...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 April 1862

IIAWTIOIIN 1'30LIC! COURT. Tur.sn a, A nIx 1. [Before P. O'Brien, Ejq., J.P.,, Chairmnanu, Dr. Tierney, ,T. P., and lhenry 1iu, *,jl., J.1 .] .. 'Urious ])ttDiyfi ,-?7Jl" 11i0i aIbdteotdeoni was charged ,by Constablu M'Kienzie Niyith4 driving firiously over 1awlithorn bridge. The defendant adllmitted the charge, and was fined is. and 2s. (Id. costs. No Li ouT.-Alonzo Allen'was summoned by Constable Kelly with having- n light on his dray. The constable was in attendanuee at the Supreme Court, and the case was post poned for a week. Patrick Galvhili was charged withl by Con stable Gray with a similar offence. John Galvin appeared to answer the charge, and stated'that the dray was 'not licensed.-Case dismissed: No- CONTiboT.-David Lawson was chaigod by Constable Phelan with having no control over his horse and driay. The constablo de posed'that on thelnight of the 22nd March, between one and tw\o o'clock, he met the defndact;d, who 'as alce6p in1 his dray. : le woke himu up and told hi...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 April 1862

KCEW AIUTNIOCIPAL COUXCIL TuisDAur, Ar..i 1. -Presont-,Tohn Iralfey, EsIlq., Cl Poutncillors Derrick, , .harton, tFr Carson, Lewis, aiid Fox. The minutcs ofthliprovious meeting read and confirmed. S, - ponpEsro0vDESos. To *Mr. Woodward,: in referenco to Tov, . O'Grady, Esi.,,M:L.A .th him for lis exortions in endenvou ig tain i gran't for htie iniprovemieu of?.J trict, and requesting hint to contiU seoivices oi'their belihlf. . : To JT. Stavenson, E'sq., makingaPl for a portion of the toll fund. To Mr. Munce, Clerl of Ptty qt ?1awthorii, f6rwa'ding tho , iCS inngistrates reridiugin to 3 .unicip li. to hbo Chlie Secretary, f"orwae'.a law No. 1 for'approvall . I tl h Fronm Ir. M'uco, stating "'ati o coived iustruitions froIn t.o rtof iýlicers to act as Clerk of theo C the In eossions at Kew, and asking g',i thý 'f .tIe. 'mgistrates rcaidig ili1 'l r' tho ltiue d m~nluor ijm . , r'ecogiscd the yaluo of his p"tatnt tb F'rom the Treasury su.goT bo l iluancial year of the Couu ill so R! t...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, APRIL 4th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 April 1862

('iii discll0n4iac $ priu: iid by lr'. iL. r,. Sig IL ill re'OkiciLC to theo ii c:terii of fri~cai isoiii hayc nqet to(L'ttZ to I:ise hisi c i I'a tei' zunoo Ilia cuuatitullllk. ' 'ranllt g'Clitldilllll could hardly hav~e cberet papire'f rot' the abhsolIute silh'Iei mnzoutniined by the AIelboiirie press vitlrh rgiard to them aiid diill lcai's plhcpared to fiind Ithat the spiitil ot retalio tioji wlvhich Hll;geiti d the irsre of lectures ho Iha do. Lird i the. 11[elbou ioe Mu eliiu i;li;'s tlsti tote lots hirought himiin jto sgch disrepute wiith his sullppoitcrs. Ili" objert was' clear. lis had cneiuutyouried to obtaini fldnissiSou jiut thri c or ftouui loutdoi of fi' iivusons, but Shtl h;bioticirhuoot in cta ercaso irejected hiut'; ýhi'i'ctifr, to sjpite the o hot firaterniity, lie dluttra'I iied to tuinke public tthe tijysteries of. the 'uaitt. ]laving boup'ht ov\e a iu membcr ptI the order, atuit pocuredl ccritiiii books, he piL'geas that. hog Tiw obtaiLed tlw' ztc csulpry ptlttbr...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 April 1862

NOTES AND NEWS. The grant of £-500 to the Municipal Coun cil having been conceded, 'e iluderstand that tenders will bo, next';veek, invited for further additions to the court-house r'il municipal buildilngs4. Tlh present aspect of thf build ing has been h:r.shly c;iticised, but we tnrus that. when the new wing is jdded the ap poiral:ncc will be t~i?t oi a creditale speeinen of architectu1re, at once an ornament' to the towin amid usefilly coniveiiici~ ior the inumcr o4- piu'p)io.-os to which it is alri'ady (ddicated. If the tfiiidl of tlh M?lilicipal Council wwel' nmore llidriishlilg w 'would rceoiinlluid tlho fiinl comipletion of thl Iolilding '» p;roposed by tle architect, 3Mr. L. Tvlry, but wo must aailit miore' prioperoius tlines. Wve \olice iin tlho Governmenit Gaze/ll of ,Mal1rch 21st, that felnry Box, Esq., of Man inilgtretL. llawtllorn, anid Michiel O'.Gradly Esq., AL.h., Chiurman of theo Munciality,' hiave bril aliipontdt territorial magistratlos by ll is Excelellenv, tile ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 April 1862

F. BARNARD, (Member of dllo Pharmnceutical Society of Great Britain,) CHIEMIST, JDRUG GIST, & PEIRFUMER. The utmost care bestowed on the proepratipo of Prescriptions and Fanmily tecipes. N.B.--Drugs and Chemical Preparations sent out froee this establislument are warranted to be of the purcest kind, and charged at the most reasonable prices. All Pdlclj/ and Proprietary 1fedicines qf repite in stockl 'I:1lRIUMIE:l?R, SCEINTEI) SOAPS, t&C., IX GUSIAT VAItIETY.--TOOTIt ]ILtUS11ES, &c. HORSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES. F. BARtNAltD, Chemist; Registrar of Births and Deatihs, Kew. BOATS ON HIRE, YARRABERG HOTEL, Crown street. IRichmond. ]cefreshmcnts at Melbcurno Prices. S. CIUlTtCIl, Proprietor. SADyICE 11RATIS, OLLOWAY'S PILLS. 'b Pur,'if tlhe Blood. These Pills have bean placer by the commonll con. sent of manikind ?t the head of all remedies for remlovisg all obnoinous poisons from the blood, and cluealsig all the tissues of tine body. They have saved thlmosands year...

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A REMONSRANCE. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 April 1862

A ]tIMQNS{ANCIJ, 2'o the .1dilpr of lthi Standard, fSrn,-I wish, through the medium of your columns, to direcot the attention of' the trus tees of the Borooudara General Cemetery to a very painfuil circumstance which occurred there on Saturday last, through the omission ontheir plrt to provide trestles, or something of the sort, on which to placo the coflin on its arrival at te grayve, 'JTbe aircumistance is this :-Myself mid others were called upon to follow the remains of a departed one to its last restingplacp. Owing to some misunder ptanding, we arrived at the cemetery about a quarter of Al hour before the minister. It was raining hard ; and as there was nothing on which to place the coffin, we had to lay it in the mud by the side of the grave. As soon its the minister hatd concluded, and before the mourners had retired from the grave, the man in attendance commenced to thunder in the dirt with seemninglysulltcient force to burst the collin, Senlo lady, however, told him to de f...

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PUBLICOLA, FOURTH SERIES, No. XVI. OUR MANUFACTURING INTERESTS. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 April 1862

rU3LICOLA, rounri[t siutis, No. x'ir. O3JIO IAANUFACTURING INTEIRESTS. To the .Tlitor of the Slandlard, Src,---That in Victoria-a country of so many and such vast resources-there should ever lbe among its present very lipsited population anything like want of employment and its attendant conscquences, is neither creditable to our legislators nor to the spirit of its people, IRich beyond comparo in its mines; tfertile beyond description in many parts in its sojj and ihunene supplies of exportable raw material; lacking nothing of the elenients of wealth and power but the will to use them in a right spirit for the weltiure of ill. A miannmon-worshipi prevails, which requires ai sacrifico upon its altars of our highest principlcs, onr best itlections, including overy power of thile head old every feeling of the heart to satiate it, Without undervaluing the pastoral, mining, or agricultural interests, the statistics of which prove beyond I doubt their inmense importanee; as in the ifirst...

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MR. L. L. SMITH. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 April 1862

Mi.. L, lt SM.ITIf, To h1 _4tliuor of thi 8/andard, Srn,-I quite concur in tlhe remarks mtdoe by you in the leadinlg article of your issue of Tlhursdaylpstf; but I think Mr, 'I. ,, nSmith's condiet inay be looked nt in na still broader point 6f view than lthat to whihpl you limit it -perlihps with I desire to crto oe no ill feeling. A newspalper is att ill fimesn p)smiiind to be p rellex of public opinion--the guardian of' the people's rights, nId tle iherpld that warns us from tho approach of danger uand oppres pion. A cor?espon]dent ca0 think iand speak for himself'; he is not bound by tlho name considerations that ifl'ct ! nwolpp)iper 11s aln organ of publip opinion, and in giviing ttcr punco to Inl thoughts through the incliuin of the press, lip nay be deservedly the subject of merit, or opprobrium, without assimning the responsibility of speanling for a class or any particular body of people. In this man nler I feel inalincd to ofl'crar lw i'rcl:ilrks upon Mr. L. L. Smith. .Whe...

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KEW SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 April 1862

KLEW SUIWcCI(I'l'IO N LIUH AJiY. TI connexion with the above TntItotCt openll every evening, *"Snzdai a excepted, iromn ts to 10 p.m. for niembors only.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 April 1862

VTACINAlTION.-CHIANGE 01' DAY. RI. B]RAG GE will in fulture Vaccinateo ori next and all following WEI)NES~DAYS, iat 10.0, instead of Tuesdays. lHAWTIIORIN AND KEW RIFLES. A GENERAL PARADE of the Company on SATUIRI)AY AFl'ERSNOiN next, on the ]rill Ground, for the purpose of Instructinn in Light Infantry Drill. Assemble at lour o'clock. Every tlember is requested to attend. All Members who intend going to the Werribee Encampment ore requested to send their I t.ggatg to tlie Orderly ltoom on Monday next. ILOCUTIOsARY ENTERTAINMENT. A. I rECLTURE UPON On New, Interesting, and l)iverified Principles, with Illustrations, will be delivered by PROFESSOR T. P. HILL, IN TH''IE. TOWN HALL, IIAHTIIOIN. O. WEDNESDAY. IENIxsq, APRI itir 1)I. Admission Two Shillings. Membcnurs of the liamt. thorn ,iterary Association, One Shilling each. Doore open at half-past Seven o'clock. Chair to be tlakn at ligltt.

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. SATURDAY, APRIL 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 April 1862

IIAWTIORIN M UNICpAL CoO SATURvDA, Arnll 5. Present-A- . O'GradV, Chairman, Councillor s ] 1 ,il , Conran, Lansly, Bragge, ad C The minutes of the previouun I,,; read and confirmed. m i OORRInSPOXD iiSCI To the lon. C, G. Dullty ,, Board of Land al Worksý, askit r of money to fence in the 11 awt?Ior neAr the bridge. torn g From the Treasury. asking if it ,ouli practicable to close ilthe iuial 0 'r ri Council on the 314t l)ecculber.-Ir:f the Finance colmiittee. From the Central Boarl of lht, questing that the report for thei .'' ending 31st December might be forn as soon as possible. Councillor Bragge said he I d ? eli report direct fioml himself by inista, i was returned to hin to be forwsrdedl t, the Council. The report was then read mlld a and ordered to be forwarded to tile : Boird of Health. 'UIULTO WOlKCS aE'PORT. The Chairman of the Public \\ork inittee (Councillor M'Dougall) brooq", and moved the adoption of tlhe followi? port:- " Your cominmlttee rcoomenncd that in sequence ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 April 1862

ORI1GINAL CORRJESPON-D]ENE. [LcfcD$ intctul~ed for 1116rliurt in the SoUTh IUUatKth STANDAU Iu msit ho authenticad by ilia neviw (111(d ad. dress ci Ile nerifer, not neccssurilq jbr publicatlion, but Ia n aquaranbe of good Jitile 2%E .l ditor is not rc. apunsibl for Ihe oeinionn f/* hin C'weespondents.)

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[?] OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 April 1862

.b~lC ilh'li O F v Lit. L; 3:G:%S iDO'fl;A rtA I't r a tn r, Pnr7A, RK) fl r1." d'tlode p.m,. flAwa wPoaJ 3laltt )c7,. Oawsvar, insets every 7l ui:day cvteuia~g, at tihe CYiuneil COiazaaabr, na 7 o Clac2. IErs MllrxiCIAIV. CINrsCU. mncatq eery 'Irail.rI:iy vcictitig at the IiCow Atlhealcauan, at tIadf-p:ast 7 pa.m.

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KEW LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 April 1862

* ]FjV i4'r!llAYr IlAN) SCIENTIFIC,1 INSTITUTE. Lectures are dejlvered every Thursday ceigjjql I the Atrhcwmui , Kew, on variouns branclhes dlaturc, sciezice, and art. Commenreuo at eighit.

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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION AND FREE LIBRARY. MUNICIPAL CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 April 1862

]I.4WT,'TJORN ,I'IEII^?IY A-', 'IATION AND PRI.r I,1,1, ,Al Y, MIU.IC1PAL maeIIUE.eS. Open for the use of enhbers on Tucusdays, Wed npa:gys, Thursdays, and aSturdays, from Seven to T'n orelork p.. The'l daily ual local newspapers, I filed, are lhid. on the table, and Englisjo pgigatines qn soon as arrived. The public dtaditted to peruse the books lent by the trustees of the Meihourne Public Lirbrary. Memhbrs can obltain hooks tlr pcrsual at theiirown homes oun the above evenings.

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THE MAN IN THE MOON. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 April 1862

TiHE MAN IN TH1E MIOON. lb thel 12dtor of the Standard. Sin,--In your Inst week's publication I sco you were fiwoured with correspnudeuce by au inhabitant " not of this world," who asked you to explain to his poor moountruck mind (if he has one) by what rule our lmugi? tra tes fined five fowls 7?s. 6d. and seven fowls ~s. I co:'!dl explain, if Ithought this would ever r;each him, 'Now, one fowl would jdo more drduage in a vineyard) when the vintage 1i ripe than twenty would among cabb:ages, But I spposo e ha hy taken his flight by this time, so it would be of little use tq ywaste ,aper and ink ,bot;t him, ]Jye-the-bya, U1r. Editor, estrousoncrs would havo us believe that the moon is inhabited by bright intelli gences{ but if your correspondent of last w.eek is ' lhir spe,.imen, compared with our earth flheir J?ttellct is more moonshine. ]lx.w'q!oaXt.

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