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HAWTHORN LITERARY A SOCIATION AND FREE LIBRARY. MUNICIPAL CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 April 1862
HAWTIIOUf IITEItYIts' A S )CIAT(IOY ,%1) FIIEE LIBIt.tIAY, D U' qCII #L CItIItltHS. Open for the Use of Nceouhcrs on 'Tues1uys, ced* oestday, Thursdays. miii .aturtli) s, from &cvnc to T'ele o'clock Iu.Iu. 'The daily andl local newlpaplcrs, tiled, are laid 0n thec table, anud Enuglish Muagazinhes ai sUoon urrivuil. u luplulue ubdica ittedl to perusc thle books Icnt by the trustees of tle Mlelbluurnue Publulic Liturary. Memuuluers canu obtainluhooks for luusou~ l at thucir Own omunus onu tlhe abuse evenuinugs.
OLIVER GOLDSMITH. An Esary read to the Members of the Hawthorn Literary Association, in the Town Hall, Hawthorn, on Tuesday, April 8th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 April 1862
OTrLVER GOL)SMIT I; /n .?.v/17 read to thli :lfmlEmras of the. lHawthlorto U Li/erarl Aesociallrrio, iln thle 'T'ow I lcil, of Iawethor/t, on Tuesday, April 81h, 1862. 1By Alit. JAMES lMACAiEnfi. i There are few writers i, ansy ago Aeb whom all F Clases cherish the walrn' fetelings of admiration and st respect as those centertained for Oliver Goldsmith. di 'he reason is obvious. lie ldntifled hhimself with ti :ll he wrote; the exploits of Ilis heroes very rie- rr luently represented his own wanderings; and the s, vices and virtues which he described were not the tl paintings of t luliinous hnagination, but the faithful representation of Iuman nature as ihe became no t. quahinted with it, 11 iEngland may well pridle herself in the immortal p Shmlkspeare; cotiutld can generously affurd to boast of lher Burns; find it is praiseworthy of Ireland to e love the rich relies of one of her mlost brilliant writers. a But yet Goldsinitlt as the present chamnpion ofa Irish authors stands forth ...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 April 1862
-NOTES AND NEWS. A notice was i5ssued vestera.lav that no more volu teers could be conveyeyel tohe Werri bee until to.day, as there was only sufficient accomnodation in the tents for those already in camp. We believe this order was rendered necessary in consequence of the majority of the tents having been blown down in tlum storm oil W?ednesday night, A report was current yesterday thalt the camp was broken up, but upon inqauiry we found that such was not the fiet. The inhabitants of Kew will be sorry to hear that an old resident amonogst them is about to leave their locality. We allude to Mr. T. C. Balmnin, the late Secretary for Public Works, who, in cosequence ofl' redue tions iln his department, after a service of nearly fnourteen years, has been appointed station-imaster at Carlsruhe, on the Victorian Railways. 'This appointment will necessitate his removal friom the district. For nimanny years MIr. Balmain has identified himself with every movement that could advance or benefi...
KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, APRIL 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 April 1862
KEW IMUENIO1IPL COUNCIL. Tuls.u'Y, ArIn, 15. Prosent--Tohn nl'nfrey, i sq., Chairmnn, Councillors Carson, ])orriclk, Fox, and Lewis. The minutes of the previous meeting )Vree read and confirmed, To Mr. Payne, in referenco to tlhj nam)ing of Park-lano. To the Contral Board of IHpalth, onclosing tbo IHenlth 0:licor's roport upon butchers' preim 1es. To Messrs. O'Grnady and iumithl, M. .'s, in roference to an inocrase of the G?raut in-aid for theo ?ulnioipality. V To the Treasurpy, stating that the douncil wore willing to close i u n i , Mr n1ciwam ytlr 04 thew T1t .~J$)p4 ?l, U p}lp', I To tie Cormnnisioner'of IRoads and Bridges, forwarding the Surveyor's report upon the best meains of keeping in repair the road lead ing to Johnson-street bridge. From the Central Board of lhealth, ne knowledgi ug the receiptof the I ehlth O ticer's report, and stating'that the Board coild fully appreciate:the elfotts made for the introduc tion of the Yanu Yean water supply, but that matter must be lef...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 18 April 1862
jIlAWTI Jk1 u II IUICIPAI. TY. OTICI? i; hlicteby' given, that a PLAN of the MtiiICII'ALI'IY has been prepared, and is ,11'0: I11OR INSPE'CTION at the Totin HIll, loi 01 lthe knuown IIOADS and STIIREET'S in t?ii 3lllicpality; and as the .Council intend at their it *ectitg to NAIIhi THIE SAME, they invite nOra the Ilsidenlts and Owners of Property informna ;:inIll id suggestions respecting those uneianied, or lMatllcriiO tno those at preseant in usie;-to be sent in ll or betore lthe 21st instant. JOHN TOON, Town C!crk. l'own Clerk's Office, Ilawtorn, - 7 th April, 18 -2. 11A) TO1IN .MUNICIPALITY. 1ENDIJRS will be received' t tllo: Council Chmllober until MIotiday, the 21st April, for the ;Cl''ILY nld INSEIITION of a CUBE CIROSSING ,n the 3aini-road, near the Fifth ?lile.pust. Plats ntid Specifications on and after" 1loylay tlhp 1 1I0 i n st alt t. loll particulars at Council Chanmber, Hawthorn. All Teiders to lie on printed forms, and a dressed to the ClhairinliiU of the PubliceWorhs...
THE MAN IN THE MOON. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 April 1862
THE MAN IN THE MOON,. 2b the Editor of the, Standard. Sta,-Percelving by your issue of the 4th Instant. that you have Qpolec idp P. communication witith ~ "?a Mn in the Mooni'" and imagining :f;eop' tht. It'td? that since he reported his arrivwil eo ploiy there. have been no rainbows for him tq saido back again by (except the la4oa one seoen only by the Geelom.q Adi?rteii?), h1 is probably not far. off-would ,you do. me the favour, as one of your most constant readers, to pqt a few serious questions to this strange visitor, and publish his answers in yournext. Ifyosu ?i4d ; I aq sure your gentloe eluqrs genp;lly would bo muscl ohlige.? 1.-Is the moon really miad of green cheese? If so, are the inhabitants all dairy farmers, and are thus enabled to make so largo a now one every month; and also whether they eat upthle old one, u; . export it, to other regions? 2.-Is there a good Luea*til asylum up there, and? is it conducted upon the same truly benevolent anil liberal principles as th...
BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 April 1862
BQROQNDARA DISTRICT' ROAD ' BOARD.' *TVRiiDAT, APRj `19Q. Present-The Chairman (R:. Kent,. Esq.), Messrs. Robinson ,-Downinig, Webbi; ~Easta. way;, and' Coakley; , .. . he milnutes of tlhepirevioust meeting woro read and conifirmed. : : To the Hawthorn Municipal Council} asl[. ing to be inforimed if the,,Council have come to any decisions witli refrerenci ; to -itlhe pro posed culvert atCamblerwell. ., i,,i. . , A.,PPOINTMENT?' OP IBURVEYOR. The Secretary having read the advertise ment calling, for applications for this' oflice, some: discussion ensued, as to whether, the salary should be fixed before the applications were opened. It was at length resolved that the applications should be opened first. Ten applications were sent in, the amount of salary required being from £52 'to £400 per annum, or 'if paid by a per centage, from 8 to 7 per cent. " ..... The Chairman suggested that they should pay the Surveyor by.a per centage. Mr. Coakley said he, objected tJ that, as in case of st...
POLICE INTOLERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 April 1862
POLICE INTOLERANCE. On all sides we hear murmurs of discontent at the. conduct oftllp police authodritie in re. moving Sergeant :R 4rp 'i .aIa thiqrp: ;This oflicer -in the discharge of ?fi? dfti)cs 1rn won for himself the esteem of the inhabitants, and it is with regret they hear that- he has been degraded and lowered in the Force . . It appears that a charge was trumped up against him of a trivial character, respecting a stton~ent made to his superior.oflicer about some slaughtering p lace ..qnd while no thing like defailcaihii'n r loss has ensued through the statemlent--for it gplpearVs his offence was in statingg that there, were only two slaughtering places inhis, district ,when in reality thero were three--for this thoenan is removed friom IHawthorn and reduced again to the rank of private... Surely.if .the sins of a policeman are thus punished, those .who administer the punishment ought to have clean hands; yet recent revelations .tell us that there is something rotten- in th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 April 1862
,KEW DISPENSARY, F. BARNARD, (Member of the Phnnnnceutical Society of Gireat ritain,) OHEMIST, DRUGGIST, & PERFUMER. The utmost cpre bestowed on the proparation of Prescriptions and Family Rocipes. N.B.-Dlrugs and Chemical P'ropurations sent out from this establishmient anr warranted to bo of the linroet kind, and charged at hoile not reansonable prices. All P, lent and Propri?tarp MedClines of repute In stock 'IEItFUUMERI', ENTEUD! OB1?B, &C., IN GllEiT YAlilETY.-TOOT]H ]ivUB[IES, ?C. IO IOSE AND OATTLE MEDICINES. F. BARNARD, Ohomist Rlegistrar of Births nili] Deaths. ](ow. BOATS, ON IIRn YARRABERG HOTEI, ' ,rown itreot. Itlchmigl?l. Ref'resl)'iiits tit BDelbouriiuo Pricesi * . 04JV PII, Vroprls~er. J'. B3RIGHTWELL, FURNISHING BIULLEIhN RlOAD, KElW, (ANear the Jloroomlara General Cemetery.) Funerals Furnished on the must reasonable terms, and at the shortest notice. MOURNING COACHES AND HIEARSES SUPPLIED. I. D. THOMPSON, GENERAL OUTFITTER, UPPER HAWTHORN, NEARn TI?E...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 April 1862
NOTES AND ?]VTq: The fifthI ordinary meting of the Ilaw. thorn Literary Association will be held next Tuesday evening;w vhe the discussiqn upon the improbability of a re-union betwetpp 'lh? Northern and Southern States of America will be resumed. We' are sorry to say tlihat thealttendanc. at these ordinary meetings has genierally been very small, and we take this ppportmuiity of again urging upon the members the desirability of being present at these gatherings, not only to. throw some life and interest into these discussions, but also to encouragotllose;who take a warm acid active interest in the welfareof: the society. It.might also, be well to remind memibers that each onqhas the privilege of introducing (.friend to all the .public. aeotilgs 'fi the Association. *r:.. l' Those gentleinen who are anxious to become ellective public: speakers will now have aoi opportunity of cultivating tleir powers to the best advantage, as we under'stand 'that' Pro fesa'or '. H. Hill has consented...
BOROONDARA GENERAL CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 April 1862
BOR ,OIQ DAIBA GKENERAL CL l'BtTERY. The adjourned special meeting of tbh trus tees of the above cemetery was hold qt 'the Tqwn RHll, IHaWthorn, on Wedesdaiy oven. ., Preso'nt.-rcpsra. 'Olililiir Dogbig h, Finger, Hunt, Johnson, Judd, and O'Graty. M. O'Grady, Esq., M.P., in the chair. Tho Secrobtary read a letter froin Mr. T, 0. Balmain, rogretting his inability to be present, mor eg pcially as it. was tholast opportunity lo would havo of poonolly exproesing the iatisfactioawit wi hich hh reviOewcdhiBintoer course with then in the tlas business of the Board, ranfaction of Spsblved-TI~at this Board learn fro frPgping lettep, with considerable re removal to another district will ,eo?g.re the advantage f. beip asisted b a and esteemed eollengue i and that ,te tary be requested ta o onvey to t ? t the expressi6onbf regret ontertainUed li Board at losing his valuable services, :ELEOTION OF CARETA?CR The applications for this situatioe, twenl five in number, were opene4l, ie rntdin which ...
MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 April 1862
ME1aFiNQ i OF PUBLJ IJ BDIES.. 1iofloo ~jPAlA 11)i8T5L1U ROAD BOARq n)"cls al Fer I It9' Sittgrdays. aI the Ofice, CazjiperweII, at' 4 N cluck p.ln.. IIAWTrUOIW; MIj;ttprleA CounchI. Trejcrts pvcry Monda)! cV(Iif, it the Coipicil Chaeihiri at ? o'clock.'" lraw r IvtICaI'AI COXThCZL meets ejvCr} '1rtIlay evc'lljq vt th KeRw Atheuaeurnl, at i'tlcl-jast7 p-In;
POPULAR LECTURES. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 April 1862
POPULAR LEOTU]SS, bTo the .Edilor of the Standard. (We did not intenid to publish the following curious production, bat as it willibo news to most, if not all, of our readers that Hawthorn has such a renowned character for a resident, we give them the benefit of the letter in order that he may evoke the encourage ment he seeks. WVodeclino the private P.S.-N,B. communication of Mr. IIardy's offerr of ten guineas for his life; and we recommend hi!n to insure it in that amount if ho considers it \vbrth the sum, as no doubt' h doeds.-En.. . Scni,-Thisdisagreeablocold weatherhaving prevented me from attending to the severer labours of my vocation, I am emboldened to for the first time-address a noewspaper, and in doing so I respoctfully submit f:r your consideration, and that of your readers, my principal reason for so doing. That reason is, in the first place, personal to myself; and, 'lthough I frankly anaounce so much, I yet may hope that, as. 'in the second place ,"the Ilawthorn publ...