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BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, APRIL 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 April 1862
BOROONDARA. DISTRICT ROAD BOARD.. SATURnDA, A1~'nu, 5. Present-The Chairman (R. Kent, Bsq.), Messrs. Downing, Webb, Coakley, Eastaway, and Hurry. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. To Messrs. O'Grady and Smith, M.P.'s, stating that a deputation from, the Board would wait upon them at the' House of As sembly on Tuesday evening, the 25th March, at six o'clock p.m., relative to the proposed Grant-in-aid for the district. To J. Steavenson,Esq., forwarding vouchers to meet the payment of the Hawthorn toll fiund to December, 1801; and requesting that the amount duo to the Board for the quarter ending 31st March, might be placed at their disposal. To Messrs. Bride and Brown, forwarding the thanks of the Board for their kindness and attention in reference to the contract on Camberwell-road. ORANT-IN-AID. ' The Chairman informed the Boa~d' tiat, in accordance with previous arrangement, a de putation consisting of Messrs,. CoakleyI urry, Webb, and him...
The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, APRIL 11th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 April 1862
ýl3 Otutt1) tutt -c týttanatru, FRIDAY, APRIL 11th, 1902. TaE noew Land 13ill has at length passed its third reading in the house of Assembly, and is remitted to the Council to be dealt with according to the pleasure of our colonial peers. Thetriumphant majority by which thoeniasure was passed proves that the representatives of the people hive faith in it, notwithstanding the predictions of failure hazarded by some who had assumed that title as peculiarly their own. This Bill is no crude preparation of the moment; to satisfy a morbid cry of a section of the people, but a well.digested scheme, which has occupied its originator's thoughts for some years, both in and out of office-a scheme which shall do justice to all classes of the community. The man of small means by this 13ill will have the power to select a ifarm from four millions of the best agricultural land in the colony, paying in the outset the sum of ten shillings per acro, the payment ofl the other ten shillings being spre...
NOTES AND NEWS, [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 April 1862
---0- ?NO''OES ANI) NE\\TS, Last Saturday night a carman named Sl amilton was 'returning front town in t help less state of intoxication, m!id when nearly opposite Bellett's hay and corn store on the l lawtlhornroad, the 'lorso got into the gotte' by the roadl-side and caine to a stind, the driver being seated at his case, and making no attempt to extricate his horse and vehicle fi, om their perilous position. M'r. Bcllott, actuated by motives oflhunanity, got into the car with the intention of driving it home, when Ilamnilton seized the reins, backed the ear through the fence, and would not re linquish his hold till they wero all precipitated into the creek. Ur. Bollett and the driver escaped anlost miraculously without injury, the horse was unhurt, but the car was allnost, smashed to pieces. The driver in his drunken state hindered the work of getting the hor e out till spoken to by the Sergeant of police, when he went away down the creek. When the horse was extricated search was ...
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 8. [Before P. O' Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, and Dr. Tierney, J. P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 April 1862
IIAWrIIORN POLTO) COU1T. Tunsnay, APRIL 8. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairmanu, and Dr. Tiorney, J.P.] LATE IIouIs.--Jol Finano, of tho 1Harp of Erin Hotel, was summoned by Sergeant Reed for kepingi his licensed house open after hours, The defendant denied the charge. Sergeant Reed delosed that he bound the house open on the night of the 20th iult., at half-past ten o'clock. Five or six persons wore in the bar, and thi delfendant was behind the counter. The hall and side doors' wore open. On man had a glass of ale in his haud, and another man was drunk in thebar. The men were not all lodgers, as ho know that two of them lived near the house. Constable Gray deposed that he accom paniod Sergeant Reed to the [I tarp of Erin, and the facts were as he had stitod,. A mian named Portous was drunk in the bar, but he did not sco any liquor drawn, Defendant said 1o drew no liquor after ten o'clock that uigrht, and nearly all in the bar at the time were lodgers. John Pickards deposed tha...
HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 April 1862
IIAW'THO01tN LITI?RAlRY ASSOCIATION. The third ordinary meeting of the above asabqitfion was held on Tuesday evening. Mr. Doyle was voted to the chair. The business before the imeetin g was to hear an essay upon alsuel Johnlso, by Mr. HiI;chie. lun.; an essay upon Oliver Goldsmith, by Mlr. 'Macassey; and to hold a discussion upon the improbability of a re-union of the Nor hern and Southern States of America. The Cstirluan, in opening the proceedings. said he was sorry to see so few present, but he hoped that circumstance would nat dis courage those who were to take part in the bus:ness of the evening. Ile recollected on a certain occasion in Dublin, a gentleman had engaged to deliver at lecture before a society, and by some mischance only two persons were present. However, not in the last disconcerted, the gentleman very gravely delivered a very excellent lecture, much to the delight of his audience. As DMr. Ritchie was not then present, he would call upon Mr. Mlacassey to read his ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 April 1862
1,COMBINE]D BiCI 00iOOL,a . (Ilhar of Congregatiolln Clnirhel), VNUAL EXA1INATION: TIRE ANNUAL SST RI?(L'TION Oi? P.J3IZBR l take place in the Schoolroolom, on Monday, the il latll, whlen a selection of Mullsic will be sung itoe pipils, assisted bhy sonice friends, 'rte u. friends, alld the Inhabitants of tho nelgll" -rhohl arereesleciltlily invitcd to attend. oceedillgs to commence at half-past Seven 'v.. ,TOHNSON, lMaster. LI'T'IIORO MUJNIOCIPAI4ITY. OT''ICE is hereby given, that a 1PLAN of tihe eIINICIIA'AIITY has boen proppred, and p'N, F1OR ISS'EO'T'ION at the Town BIall, wing all thi known itOANDS and STREETS in ,ihmicilllty; and as the Council intend at their t Mecting to NA.\E TIIE SAME, they invite t the llcsldents and Owners of Property informan and suggestions respCcting those unnamnd, or rations to those at present Ill use;--to be sent in r beorre the the instant. JOhN TOON, Town Clerk. w Clerk's OCnice, IIawthorn, 7thi April, 1862. HIAWTHIIORN 1UNICIPALITY, . ENDERS wil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 April 1862
K.EW DIS1' ENSA Y. I. BARNARD, (cllember of the 1'harmnceutlcal Society of Great Britain,) CJ[EMIJST, DIRUG GIST, & PERFUM 1 ES. Tile utmnst care bestowed on the preparation of I'recriiptions and Fallly Recipes, N.B.-l)rugs and Chemical 'rolparatlons sent out from this establishmenl t are warranted to be of the pure.t lkid, and charged at tihe most reasonable prices. All Pl'o;i; and Propriletary Aledicines ofrealte in stock I'FPIFUMIEI ", SOENTED 80OrPS, &C., IN GREA.'r VA.IETY.-TOOTI[ llRU[S lEI, c,. HORSE AND CATTLE 'MEDICINES. F. 1BARNAflD, Chemist; Registrar of Births and D)eaths, Row. BOATS ON HIRE, YARRAB£ERG HOTEL, Crown.street. Itllmmlnod. Refreshments at Meclbourno Prices. S. OlUIUttOlC, Poprietor. AND FOR SA.LE.--SEVIBN ACRES, fenced in. Corler of two Govel *c.ent Ilomds 'ri'? £30 per acre. Apply Mr. ohlu T'loon, oilleo of thris Iaper. OF SA l,, or to be LET, a lour-roonmtml Weatherbioard CO'"t'Adl, with three and a quarte?r acres of lintll, Chalpel I ill, ...
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 8. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, H[?] Box, Esq. J.P., M. O'Grady, Esq., M.P., J.P., and Dr. Tierney, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 April 1862
Il[XWT'rIORN POLICE COU RT. T'Iu:st.lv, Aln'IL 8. [Iibr,' 1. O'llrien. Esq., .T.P., Chairnian,. ll, nrv li,, E1q. .1.P., M. O'Gi'ady, E?,q.. 1.I'.. .1.1'., and Dr. Tierney, T.P.] ''!t: ll.wrnuntx ]fo'rvr,.-Shlpherd. v Calroil. Illegally holding premnises, and re sitting hlgal autlhority. AIr. 1'Pirklur lip. peared flr the plaintiff, and Mr.' Bayno for the deltiudaut. Mr. Parker applied for a 'emandl. as one of Ilia witnesses (a messenger otf the In solvent Courl;) wlOs not in attendnenc. i Mr. liavneu submitted thait his client; shotld ie discharged, as she had been illegally ar rested, rtnd had her remedy in an action for false is1 r.onment. The 'aiech asked Ir. Parker to show th1at I o hia, legal authority to takc'posscssion tof the ho1us,. Mr. Parker said lhe was willing to abandon the charge of illegally holding tho. prolnises, all go upon the second charge-that of re sistiag legal authority. The poraon who w'as sent to take possession was legally authorised by the Court, and th...
OUR MANUFACTURING INTERESTS. PUBLICOLA, FOURTH SERIES, No. XVIL To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 April 1862
OUR MANUFACTURING INTE1 E TS. PUBLICOLA, rouuTI~ sa1nEs, No. xvir, 2Ib th c.Editor of tlo Standard. Stl,--'The mining, the pastoral, the agricul tural, and tho manufaeturing interests are so closely allied to each, other, that it is dillicult to determinn whore the one terminates and the other commences ; as, whatever detrimentally offects either, more or less injures all. ThOlO fore, before wo'ca lay down any rule of action for establishing any description of manuthe turoe wo must tt'nce out its oxact relation to the interest it supports or opposes. Nearly, If not all, out of '00 establishments are al, ready in existence in Ilho colony. We have nills for the griidling and dlressin of grain, as in oatmeal manufictory, ngricultural imple .iv nents, bone manure, tanneries. full-mongers, itt and curriers, wool staplers, andl several others ui mI cnnexion with the pastoral iinterests. )istillerie'k, breweries, spi?e Ills, saw mills, .ime,kiins, brick make~s, pottteries, iron, brass, mnd...
THE MAN IN THE MOON. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 April 1862
THE iMAN IN THIE 1MOON. 'lb thka ditor of Ith Standard. " I am 1 1t nu1d north.north.west: when the wind is southerly I inuw a hawtk frunna hansaw." Sci,-I am obliged to you for your last two numbers, one containing my letter, the other a reply to the same, written by one siguilng himself" lawthorn,' in which letter he states lie could explain if ho would what I wish to know. But I rather think he "Would if he could;. If he couldn't, how could lie? TIrecouldn't without he could, Could he; could yon?" In the latter part of his communication he asserts-" A stronoiImers weluld luave us believe the moon is inhabited by bright intelligences.' No such thing, MIr. Editor ; don't believe a word of it; obr I assure you, on the word of a celestial, I uam a fair sample, intellectually, of the iilhabitiants of the lunar splhere. le aides, Sir, where would be wisdom in one displaying a superior or bright intelligence to "hawthorn ?" 'Twould be like " castiun pearls before swine," Could he apprec...
MR. T. P. HILL'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 April 1862
MR. T. P. 11IL'S LECTURE. According to announnement, Mr. Hill, professor of Elocution, delivered a lecture at the 'Town Hall, Hawthorn, on 'Tuesday even ing Inst. Mr Coihmissioner Noel occupied the chair. The Chairman, on introuncing Mr. Hill, remarked that no doubt there were many who, through their official position or a lanud able ambition, were called upon to deliver themselves in public, and Mr. Hill was come to give them a little instruction on'that sub ject. lie much regretted there- was so small an attendance. but he had no doubt those who were present would receive that pleasure and instruction which Mr. Hill was so well able to deliver to them. Mr. Hill, said he was there for the pur pose of enlisting their sympathies for a great and not very much considered branch of art. lie might be permitted to express his regret at finding so little support given by the pub lie generally to the subject ofelocution, more particularly in a country circumstanced as this is. Hle was aware...
HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 April 1862
IIAWTHION LITERAiRY ASSOCIATI ON. On Tuesday evening last the subject an nounced in our columns for discussiou, as to the improbability of a re-union of the North ern and Southern States of America came on. The attendauce on the occasion, how ever, was rather meagre. F. Hunt, Esq., was unanimously i'oted to the chair. A resolution was proposed and seconded, that the subject be postponed. An amendment, thamt Mr. Campbell proceed with the subject, was carried. The Chairman, in a few introductory re mariks, ditited tile importance of the 'subject, and that it was one susceptible of imparting a Inrgo amount of interest to those present. IHe then called upon Mr. Campbell to' open the discussion. Mr. Campbell, who on rising was loudly cheered, commenced by observing that he regretted the attendance was so small; and that if the Association was to prosper, it would be necessary that the members should take a deeper interest in the matter; and by their attendhnce evince that they appreciate...
The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, APRIL 18th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 April 1862
}'RIpAY, APRIL 18th, 1802. Ix the prospectus issued by the Managing Committee of the Ilawthorn Literary Associ. atlion, they expressed the hone that t?hey would not " be considered too presumptuous in cx pecting to bring every person with cultivated tastes within its circles." Whether the Comn mittee were too presumptuous, or the " per sons with cultivated tastes" in this ueighbour hood remairkably few in number, we have no means to discover. We can forn conjectures and arrive at conclusions, but however' satis factory we may deem these in our own mind, it is not to be hoped that all our readers will coincide with ouLr views. The Association dates its operation from the 31st JIanuary. 0our lectures have been delivered by gentlemen fully competent in ability for the purpose. The total number of those who attended is estimated at520, while out of that number only 120 attended the lectures delivered by Messrs. Henry Edwards and T, P. Hill--in which instruction was blended with interest...
BOROONDARA GENERAL CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 April 1862
BOiOON])AnA GENERAL CEMIETERY, A peccial meeting of the trustees was held oil Mondaiy, in the Town Hall, iHawthorn. Present-Messrs Chambers, Denbigh, Fji.get 11t, Jolmnson, .TmkU and O'Gralv. NX: O'(iradv, Esq., M.lP., in the chnir. The Secretary read a letter from'Bdenjamnin C:arey, dated April 2nd, resigning his situn tion as cnaretker. lReolved-That TMr. Carey's resignation be accepted. Iteshched-That advertisements be inserted in the Ar'us and -South Bourkea Standard, stating that applications will bo received from jprties willing to fill the situation of Care. taker, &e. Must possess n knowledge of gardening. The remuneratuion to be at the rate of 100 iper y3'eanr, with residence. En lgaeenat terminable at a month's notice. TesItionials as to character and efliciecl y quired. l'esl?otel- 'lThat this mceting stand ad., journed till Wednesday, the 23rd inltaait.
KEW COMBINED SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 April 1862
ICEW COMBINED) SCHOOLS An interesting gathering took pli~ Monday evening, in the schoolroom na rear of the Kew Independent Chord witness the distribiltion of the priies to children of the school. The room wi some time before the proceedings cooroa by a large number of the parents and fr. of the pupils, hllo appeared to take interest in the business they called to? to witness. Tho Rev. R. Connebeo presided,and; ed the mooting by calling upon the cIf to sing. The call was responded to bry singing ".Hail, Smiling Mlorn i lihene So1eo of the prizes were then awarded. Mr. Johnson, the master, stated tiht mode adopted in the examination 0 propose a series of questious on0 subject, to which answers were to l turned in . writing. The competitic~ entirely voluntary on the part 0f children. On looking over these questions re that some of them were diflicult to an! nevortheless several of the children Lhad correct roeplies An raonymous gentle, gavo a subject and prize for composit Dr. Fox prop...
MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 April 1862
D1FCs11\Cj OF 'UIILdJ I IVIES.S RonorxwpJII I)OsTH cr ROTI BOARDZ IlIL%:, n"I fernate saturdays, at OIge Ofl1C, Camnberwll, at ,t 'clock p.m. 1I(ATSIOJNm ?i! ulcpAL. CotIJCIr. meets every Monday evenling, at the Couucil Uhublkers al 7 o clock. Kew Mu)ACIIAV. CoIrnCIL meets every 'raeIday evening at the Kuw Atthw:Uui:o. at hal,-past 7 p.m. Týý