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OUR MANUFACTURING INTERESTS. PUBLICOLA, FOURTH SERIES, No. XVIII. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 April 1862
OUlTR MANUFACTURING INT1ERESTS. pURI1T COA, FOPTIr? smtsER , No. xvnt lb the .Editor of the Stalndard. Sln,--Whether thls country or New Yclnlzi is to be the great centre of mnnutnoturing industries do. pends upon the sagacity of our people and the wis dom of our legislators. Oertain it is, if opportunities are allowed to pass by, which all things tend to press upon ourconsideration, our children and our childreot's children will have either to remove or to regret oaur ptistakes and shortslghtedness. Our mission is vi. fiertly hoe initiative. Oil the foundations of future empire, laid by the presunt generation, depends the well-being of succeeding generations. Iit a country like ours, capable of supporting upwards of thirty, probably fifty, millions of hnhabitants, it muost be cvi lent to all who give iply ttentiot to Its statls; ie .1nlt Its present populat ioll, thot acmploymentlfor the masses Can never be secured If only the pastoral, agricultu ral, and commercial interests are e...
HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 April 1862
Prerenit-M "O'Grady, Esq., 1u.? Cheirman, CoiUncillors Lansly and Campn, SThe minutes of the previous meeting id read and confirmned. p;' nn'Sl'b CE XCE. To tho:e Grdinei. District Road Board,l reply to' letter of the 22nd ult., ngreeingk erect a bridge over Gad'inuer's Creek, nu Mr.'M'Lean's;, provided the ex~ensebekr by the Road Board and this Council in pr portion to.: the iassiitance received by ead bdyi firoim Governmelit: the cost not to et ceed `£150 . Tq. thl li ertral Board ofHealth, forwardil report lf tlig R?aCtoard of Hawthorn fort; half-year endiug 81st December, 1801. From .J. Steavenson, Esq., Commissioned Roads and Bridges,, asking, for vouchers t the expendituro of £224 Os. id. receid\ account of the Hawthorn toll fuqdt(qle bor 81st, 1861. To the depqrtment of 1?onds and Bride forwarding the required youchers, IFrom theo horodndara District Road loar requesting to be informed if the Councilhar any intention of carrying out the propo. culvert at. Camberwell.-Referred...
BOROONDARA CEMETERY. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 April 1862
130ROONIDA)RA. OEMETEIY, To the Editor of the S/tandard. 'in,--ln reply to your correspondent signinghihn self't Iejspect for the Dead," I confess that he ihas hilt little respect for the living, or he would not have written such a scurrilous epistlleu asppeared in yours of the 11th inst. Wlhatever could have been his n10. tive I cannot colceive. lie knew well that through sil accident I was laid up lland obliged to employ a labourer, so that whatever occurred ought to have b'en overlooked. I' Itespect for the Dead" also knew why the mourners had to wait for the minister. It was in conesequence of their arriving too soon. Tile Rev. Mr. Conlnelce, who officiated without fee, was punctual to hIs time. It reflects but little credit upon t'e writer of that letter wheln lie knew that a free grave had been given to them by the trustees to com plain in such a Imannuer. As to the imud, it existed only in "IRespect for the Dead's" nmagination, which munst have been muddy in the extreme. If t...
To the Editor of the South Bourke Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 April 1862
To tlhe Editor of die South Bour/ke Standard. SIn,-I amn truly sorry that this colony has in it so many llu aLies. There must be some c('auso for this terrible evil, which ought if possible to be found out, in order to rcmedy it; for nothing can be more painful than lunacy. We could put up with sick. nesi, but when the patient partakes of that fearfill prostration of the mind we could wish him removed ald. at rest. I saw in your valuable paper some few weeks ago a letter from the MaI: in the Moon. Now, Mr. Editor, many thoughts have occurred to my mind since. Is he the man I so often heard of when a boy, who was sent fronm this earth to the moon for steal. fng sticks on a Suneday? If so, his transportation has expired, or elso Ihe is a bolter, or perhaps he has a ticket-of-leave. A .ltter in answer to the first stated that in the writer's opinion he was moon: struck; and the poor fellow himself, in his ravings, declares that heo is thie inmate of thue lunatic asylum podr maniac! wha...
The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, APRIL 25th, 1862. COLONIAL INDEPENDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 April 1862
yjc - souto ultr it,:- ?.tjv ri.t rRID,AY PABtR I4 24t1, 1 COLONIAL&.INDBPENDEP NC.. Tua developments of the variboi Conuititu. lions granted by the Imperial qut!!oritips for the governmont of the Aystralqysian colonies appear to be subjects for anxious considera tion and variety of discussion amongst Im perial councillors ant! tllpgs yllq asqoelo to be-as well as those who really are--ost deeply interested in Australian af)hiisa. Howaver great the alarm inspired in thel minds of somo at 'the =prospect of a totahl separation, there ?ists not the shadow of plarm in eitlher tli ntiids of the foremost English statesmein or 'of J4 lil uoliti liand philospphic writers .. Remembering thie ocetns of. blood and treasure spent upo:' thie :American colonial War of Indbipendcnce, it is qito.i revolution in English ,constitutiqual :ides.. to ,foster rather than deprecate the feeling of the ttiorough 'iidependeup of the colonies from all political. ?,ucectiop with the rsother country. Th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 April 1862
IIhAVTI-IOnN :: ,' 'ITE1RAbRY ASSOCIATION. }IiE I?TII ORDINARY 'MEETING will be held at tle Town Hall, on TUESI)AY vening, the 29tih April, 1862. ; , llusiness.-Rlesumption of Debate upon the Impro ability of a io.Union between the Northern, and uthern States of America. Chair to be taken at Eight precisely. ELOCUTION CLAS8. ROFESSOR . T. P. " HILL, f St. Patrick's College, the Churcl, bf England rammnar School, the Scotclh College, theo'Lalies Col ge and the German College, JMelbourne, begs roe Udtfully to intlmate to Gentlemen residing iii natlhorn and its vicinity that he intends Commene. g a COURSE of INbLRUCOTION it the Art of LOCUTION on or about 1st MAY next.` Thoe lass ill be limited to Twenty Members; and the Lessons ill be delivered (in Hawthorn) once a week. Terms 2 2s. per Quarter, payable in advance. Mr. James tlacassey will firnisl any particulars ntaay be required; and the opinions of the Aus liai press upon Mr. HIIll's icorfortmances can be seen ithe Town lall, Iawtl...
KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, APRIL 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 April 1862
ijMiilW ýINICIVAL COUNCIL. TUEsD4Y, 4punrI 22. resent-John Ialfey, Esq., Chairman, neillors Whartoq, 'ranwell, Fox, 'Der Lewis, and Cargp., . . he minutes of the preyipga pmeeting iore anod confirmed. CO IIIESPONDENOE, Sthe Treasury, stating the difficulty in way of losing the financial year on: tho December, and asking for advic boil bhe cot. 'oim the Chief Secrctary's oflice, return byelaw No. 11, for regulating elections, ?ienldmeut.--Referrcd back to the Logis. •e committee. PUoiLI0 WORKS IiEPORT. following report was brought up e committee report having opened the ers for the works on the Bulleon, Stud 'ark, and Cotham roads, and recommend they be left with the Chairman .and eyqr to arrange with Mr. M'Guigan for acceptance of his tenders, subject to his elIg with them to substitute bluestone gravel on the Cothamn road." i the motion of Councillor Wharton, 'td by Councillor Derrick, the report JOINS5TON'BTREET IOAD. he Chairman informed the Council that delputation appointed at ...
ANUNAL LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 April 1862
ANUNAL LICENSING COURT. &nbsp; The adjourned court for granting publi- can's licenses was held at the Hawthorn courthouse, on Saturday last. P, O'Brien, Esq., J.P., M. O'Grady, Esq., M.P., J.P., and Dr. Tierney, J.P., were on the Bench. The following applications were made : John Conran, Governor Hotham Hotel Hawthorn.--Granted. James Clinton, Fletcher's Hotel, Haw- thorn.-Grantcd. Joseph Counsel, Red House, Nunawad- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ing.-Granted. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; James Colvin, Beehive Hotel, Hawthorn. -Granted. Margaret Carroll, Hawthorn Hotel, Haw thorn; Mr. Bayne supiportod the application, which was opposed by Johr Connbll, the for. mer landlord. It appeared that the house had been lot by Mr. Connell to ainother party named O'Brien, who transferred the lease to Margaret Carroll, and subsequeritly became insolvent. Mr. Bayne sought to pvovo that O'Brien had atoed merely as the agent of M...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 May 1862
OTES ANID) NEWS. As will be seen on reference to our adver tising columns, Professor Hill will again inaki hi. appeiiranco in our neighbourhood on Thursday, thle 15th instant. From priyate ihformatiozi, we leatn thkt' the 'elocutionary entertaimuent wliiqh'tlle Professor will give will consist of a viva voce description of the memorable Breach of Proinle of Marriage trial of 13ardell v. Pickwick, in whliich tio' various characteristics which distinguished the testy little jucIge, thoe entleman in black, lihe osheTs, thq eccentric ?qleinist, Mr. 8cr getunt Buzfiz, Mr. Skimpkin, Mr. Sergeant 8nubbinf, Mr. Phunky, Mrs. Elizabeth Clup= pins, Mr. Nathaniel Viunkle, Mrs. Sisaniid h Saunders, qnd the two immortal Wellers will be gralihically described. We shall take the opportunity of relbrripg. more 'particu larly to this entertainment in our next num ber. We may oboiwrv that M1r. Hiill lectures under the patronage of Sir :Henry Biitrkly in thq Melbourlo lMechanics' Institute, on the 14th...
The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, MAY 2nd, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 May 1862
FRIDAY, MAY 2nd, 1802. Tirt privilege of Parliament versus the liber.: ty of tho, Press appears to be a topic that engrosses a largo share of public attention. It has formed' the staple of conversation for some time:. pnst and the merits of the pase as agninst floq lg yrj hayo been eagerly canvassed pro and cony. The point of inter. eat was arrived at on Tuesday night, when Mir. )ILL, the publisher of the A'rgs, was brought to the bar of the H[ohso in the cus. Cody of the Srgpqn:t-at:arms, and sentenced to one month's itl!prisounment for pub liishing an epithlct which one " honourable pember" chose to appropriate to hirpdlf. The plivilege of P Eyrliltoent has before now boon evoked to s.vyo a flgitji'o member from the legitimamte consequences of wi'fe "4clsertion it has been Balled upon to pro teet another from remarhs upon his own pervorsiU ot'facts; and now that p!:ivilego ,as been sucqessTully madeo use of by aun hlta putltle member to revenge himself upon a journal for callug hj...
OUR MANUFACTURING INTERESTS. PUBLICOLA, FOURTH SERIES, No. XIX. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 May 1862
(UR MANUFACTURING JINTE''ES'1rS. 1PUBLICOL.A rovunrn ;sr.natr., XN. ýs1. 2b the 1Editor of lMe Standard. StR,-I shall not attenipt to deny tlo? I have a personal as wil a;! : higher object ij vriew in bh'I. gihg thle ~ avouni of your insertion of the undersigled correslondence. Whether I myself am the writer of it to my friends and rchtlti?ts at the anlti ies, whether it is the result of a eolnparisoI of exper.cncesi of several individuals, or whether it is only a copy fromlthe cotrespondence of a friend of mine to'his friends in Eoglanit-as l am willing to e!idorse evcry sentiment and opiliotn it contains, considering, it useful as a stepping stone in progress tfor the advtunlro tmenttof our misnuficttri urintierests,- is lnmateri;al I therefore, without further preface or apology, crave the inlulgence of yourift and your renders for nlty irregularity I may he guilty of in quoting so nhur'ely from a letter of a private indlividual to his fiendils ij England. 1PUBlICOLA. J'TUiACT FR...
HAWTHORN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 May 1862
11AWTIIORN PO.iT OFFICE. The MaIil arrives from Melbourne, &c., at 7..15 a.i. and 1.15 p.m., daily; Closes at I.hwthorn for eclhourne, &c., at 7.45 and 2.r pli.m. Seceiving boxes at Ar. Kirwood'a, Kew load, Iawthorn; ind at Mr. Morton's, Alain Road. Upper llawt iorn.l " .. '. . " 11. DicKso.S, Postmiaster.
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 May 1862
TUI .' usv , Aranu 29. [Belfre P. O'Brien, Esq., J.'P., OCairnian, Henry Box, t¶. J.P'., mid M.00'Grady, lEsq., M.P., J.P.] OCRIMINAL AssAULT.-Williain IBarris was brought up au remand froil i'lollip?uno, chirged with attoilpiing to cbuunit it criminal asgtilt upon qgirl aged t l yuas;, nained Low. M Reid eul appig'(ed ? Li'o prisplier, and applied for a remand1, to.' ive; tiil p for the produption of W\itnoesses *Mrs. Claia Low, the naotldiof tlhi child, statoid hat she had no motddy to omaintiain hdoso1f for a week. r,. RIead said. his client :ni Idesirous of the fullest investigation '6ottll' oinargo, and would be willing to pay thel proseeutor's ox. ponuIos for the wcok. l'h ilLe nch granted a remand, and adiaitted the.pr'isouer to bitil, him silf in £; 100,and two ste in :iV .) tai iRtsirrsn Li ..ti\;ai, nioitrir. -Mai'garet C(airrol wa a charg'ed by Thlomi .ui hepp:ard,a'n oflicer of the l4lvh'cymt Court, kith i? s'r1ti1, legal authority; Jtfr. Frank Stcphcen appear 14 tor the...