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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 May 1862

.\VWTitORE ý:LITERAR.Y 4SSQpIA. TION. The flfth ordinary meeting of this society was held in, the Town f:all= l[awthorn, on Tuesdayfevediinglasp, ; Mr. H. Dickson in the chair. The debate upon thed'impiobability of a 're-union between the Northern aid South ern?States qf nmerica was reiiumed by . Mr Tooe, who observed that Mr, Camp. bell had referred on a formeroceasion to the llt'ers of Mr. G. F. Train, ptblislied in the home papers; and considering that; the opin ji'n of that gentleman' inight have some re lation to.the qpestion then beforeo the potice of the Associatioq, he would read them a speech made by Mr. Train sonme time since in Liverpool. '3fr. 'Toon having read the speech, nat.o sonlo observations combatting the view adopted by Mr. Canmpbell at the last meeting, and cobnclqded by moving as an amendmulot, "That, judging from the pre sent aspect of aflhirs; this mceetitig deplares the re-union of the Northen?.m and Southern 8tates of'America t?obo'b'xtr mnely probable," Mr...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 May 1862

IIARTWILLb POST OFFICE. Tho Mail arrives from fMelbourne, &c., on )Iqn cays, Wednes day, and Fridays at 11 a.n. Clbses at lnrtivoll 'fr Melboirnlo, &c., on Tuesdays 'lbul'tdays, and SatuLrdays, at 11 30 am. IR. I-l?inur, l'ostmlastor.

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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 May 1862

MI .SIINGS (O1 PHBLIJ BODIES. I16ha0iH1,ARA Ihrsrrrýý'.Rn~r BOARD Illrllta al 1 tl'lllll(( Saturda ys, atj) th~e Otlicc·, (lullberwcll, at' 3 Ilrlw rtUJf &lvfusruiI1. Corscu. meets every MOUeyj csn ebin, at tIhe Couevi Clambers ait Sew* Hew Meeep~tr. Coine'cm, meets erery Tuesday mrr.I )bi~ta tie ICgmv Atmemm.emmmn, at bali(-ma4 7 p.mmm.

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KEW LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 May 1862

JNEW LITEIQltY AND) SOIENTIFIO INSTITUTE, L Eeotures are delivered every Tbursniy evening V the Athemlw tu, Keio, on varidjI's bhranchds 4terzturC, e.incre and art. Commence at eight.

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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION AND FREE LIBRARY. MUNICIPAL CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 May 1862

!LAW.VTHORN iL?TEAI[ltY ASO)CIATION AND 1' RICE LIBRARY, JU IClIPA. CIJAMIUES. SOpen for the use of Members on Tpesedays, Wed pesdays, Thursday,'o and a?titrdays, from Seven to 'Ien o'clock p.m. The daily and local newspapers, lled,'rero laid on tlhe table, and Englihl magazines as sobn as arrived. '' 'Th~ 'lplinbc admitted to peruse the books lent by lid trustees of the Melbourne Public Library. ' Members cin obtain books for persual at their own onomCes onf the aboevenihg.s.

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BOX HILL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 May 1862

BOX HILL POST OFFICE. The Mail arrives from, Melbourne, &c., on Tues-   days, Thursdays , and Saturdays, at 11 a.m. Closes at Box Hill on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at noon. S. PADGHAM, Postmaster.

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NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 May 1862

- --0""-- " NUNAWADING DISTRIOT 1RO~.D BOARD. THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 18082. Present-Mr. Yeoinans, Chairman, Messrs. Keogh, Padgham, Baker, and White. Tlho minutes of the preyious meeting were read and confirined. CORE0rorDDENOE. From the Commissioner of Boads and Bridge, reluesting further information re gardcin the returns furnished to the Roads and Bridges office of the revenue of the dis. trict, as a repqrt liqd leen made at the oflice that an incorrect return liad been made. The Chairman said he had replied to the correspondence, stating that the returns had beenmadecorrectly. (Copyofletterread.) He stated that he had requested on interview with the Comnissioner, when h'l!e was ready to produce tlio books from which he inade the returns; and as the honour of the Board hail been called into question he thought it wouiild be better if a depulation were togo in with him. 'Moved by Mr. Keogh, and seconded by Mr. Baker, "That a deputation consisting of the Chairman, tho' mover, and Mr. ...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 May 1862

IIAWTIIOI{N MUNICIPAL. COUNCIL. Moxs.LY, ArPIL 28. .Present-M. O'Grady, Esq., M.L.A., Chairman, Councillor' Conran, Hlill, Lansly, Briigge, M'Dougall, and Campbell.' The minutes of the previous meeting were read aqe confirmed. CORRESDqnDE cE. To E. S. Symonds, Esq., Treasury, in re ply to ciir'ilar of the 31st ult., respecting the losing of ti6 financial year on tlto 31st De ,To ~ ar iller, Esq., Secretary of thq Municipal Conference, forwarding a copy of the circular received from the Treasury, and suggesting that a uniformity of systemp inay be provided for in the p'roposed' mAnqipal Consolidation Act. From Mr. T. E. 4ill, asking for the use of,the Tqiin Hall on the 14th or 15th instant. 'TIh Chairman stated that in connection with this object a letter was received aiist woek frein lie 'Secretary of the Hawthorn Literar'y Associattion; the consideration of which was postpoiled till there was a full meeting of the Council tb dinchss it. .The .iown Clerk reard thq le~ter referred to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 May 1862

K E W 3)1 S P EN S A L RY. F. BARNARD, (Mlember of the 1Pharmiaceuticna SuciLy of Great ilritoioh) OiIEMIIST, DIRUGGIST, & PJERILPUlfE R. 'rile utmost care bestowed on the preparation of P'rcscrlptions nod amrily Rccipes. N,1.--Drug's and Chienmial Prenprations sot out from this establishment nrc warranted to be of the pare..t kind, and ehanrged at the most resoonable prices. All Fa tent cowl 1'ropricltrry Mcelcincs of repute in slock 1EntFuM1EIO, SCJ N'flil) 61sOUs, &tC., IN (tIttA'I' VARtIETY.-TOOTII IlItUIttES, &c.e JQ1ISE AND CATTL .MEDICINI3s. F. IBAItNAlRI, Chemist; Registrar of llirtlhs noe hleatis, Karr. H ' °' J , clntHum Situntion, Adrc' fe ins tes walk of Halelway;"A Ofike.ii :Addrecss COXSI "Ytlulldtrdd ' U1lec J, 'BRIGHTWELL, 'FUINiSIIING UI JUILLEEN ROAD, jiEW, (2'1atr Ihe 13oroondura General Cemelery..) Funeras Furniished on the must reasonable terms, ' and at the shortest notice. 3MOU1ININ? COACIIHES AND HEAlSES SUPPLIED. I. D. THOMPSON, GENE ...

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KEW COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 May 1862

REW COURT OF PETTY SE8SIONS. A court for hearing appeals a?ainst the p!uinicipal assessment was held at ihe Athen inpum, on Monday last. The sitting miagistrates were-John 1falfer, ,Es., J.P., Chiairman, George Wharton,' sq., J.P.;, oh Carson, Esq., J.P., and Dr. Embling, J.P. Before the appeals were called on, MIr. 3Bayne took exception to'the colistitution of the Bench, contending that all the mngis trates were interested in the decision, retfr ring to Paley on Summary Convictions in support of his argtumndent. Mr. Withers, who appeared on behalf of the Council, said the Attorne-.General had given it' is a di-ection that the justices who were summoned should be residents within the district. TheBench decideduponhearing the appeals. Mr. Bayne was about to retire, but having ponsilted Mr. Hancock, he contented himself by protesting against the constitution of the Pourt. . M?F. Bayne then appealed against an as sessment of £60 upon 3Iornaue's'" pddock, alleging thist the actual renta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 May 1862

1' wx S .1ALL,,IIt?V1' -IpQtR . 1liir.\Is IAY l,1 Ue, 1862. -ROFESSOR T. P. ;HILL, as tf r hnor to invite the' ldles and gentlemen of amsthe.rnt its Vicinity to n 111]iTLCUTIONAIRY S.Thl .lAIN1INT, to be given in tlheo.' Tew hall, (,it the above-mentioned date, o;tltiled' `s I srs.u WITr yEIIn PakwICIoIAxx a. lli] particulars to be seen in the p|,cards. Alln sion 2s. 0d. Members of otli'. Hawthorn ithrary Association Is, Od, each; children utidor 1], carsofarc ls. each. . aTo conlnence at Eight o'clock, - 'I TOTAL 4ABSTINENOE SOCIETY. In connection with the above Society, will ho dclirCred in the UNITED METHODIST PREI,] 'tIUI{.Ul, KIEW, on TUESDAY ne'xt, the 6th instant, lby MR, J, MERSON, OF COLLII\R ?'qOD. abject--Past and present position 'f the Faculty with refoerence to the Medicinal ald' Dietary use of Alcohol; with the recent discoveries' of the three Frcench Chemists. SYLLABUS:. . Diagrams expla il-l-N atstro and functiois -of the l'n1an1 > tdy-Structure anit.ofilces 'of ...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND, CAMBERWELL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 May 1862

CHURCH OF ENGLAND, CAMBER- WELL. A meeting of the committee was held in the Boroondara Road Board room, on Wed- nesday evening, the 30th ult. Present- Mr. Down, chairman, the Rev. W. Wood, Messrs. Taylor, Glover, Neville, Addis, Alway, and   Coakley.     The following sums were announced from   the collecting books : £.s. d.   The Misses Henty ... ... ... 6. 5. 0.   Mr. Coakley .. ... ... ... 15. 16. 0 Mr. Neville ... . . . ... 7. 1 5. 0. Mr. Down ... ... ... ... 2.0.0. Mr Alway and Mr. Camm... .. 2. 0. 0. Malking, with what had been previously an nounced, £150.       Proposed by Mr. Taylor, and seconded by Mr. Coakiey - " That a public meeting be called for Wednesday, the 21st May, at the Boroondara Road Board room, at 7.30 p.m., to elect trustees and for the transaction of other business." - Carried unaniniously. . Proposed by Mr. Glover, and seconded by Mr. Alway -...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, MAY 9th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 May 1862

RIlDAY, MAY Oth, 1S0,2. As liberty of speech, guarded by a duo respect to tie same right in others, is the power and honour of the individual man; so a full and perfect liberty df expression by the press is the honour and power of the nation whose representative it is. A free press, guided by iutellrcc and supported by rectitude of in tention, is the real power whicll governs. The will and the voice of a constituency may occasionally place individuals in power who are.not equal either in head or heart for their position, and whose over self-esteem may make them tenacious and sensitive of rebuke, censure, or ridicule for their deliciencies and parrow-minded shortsightedness ; but the true-minded and consistent legislator, having filly studied the progress and ultimate of the object he has in view, will neither turn aside or even condescend to notice the in sinuations or asecrtions of those malicious planderings lwhichl nothing but a spirit of malice or envy could invent. Liberty of s...

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BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 May 1862

BIATHIS. The ahundant supply of pure water as szrved to the cite it"'). lleurll e and its sularhs frao ti Y:atL Yean reserivoir--:ai artlificial lake, whichl covers itrlie then two w nsqiro miles, an colllttitls I,1 2,0000.010i gatlweis of water, an?d is iear 603 feet alb?ve the level of' lhlbnourne f'ro:l which place it is nearly 20 miles distant, and .ost not far from a ].00o,000 of money. 'i, 'Tls great reservoir not only economllises domlestiC eBrnlit:re in this first gre;t in ·res:?ary of lite, I ffrdi'.ts so vast a sulpply that it aft" r !s a re Ilmely for what used to bet s muscit intollerable Inuisancei -.lusty streets and their atten!a t ehlis, parched throats and bilced eyes-and we can now walk ill the city andm sonie of the suburbs of .iielb ntrn s with enjoyment, oven on those days ywhmen the ho: winds are prevalent. Another great honefit we derive from this source, is the establishment of baths. suitable for every cunstitutiol, very respectable and economnlic establishm...

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A MATRIMONIAL HOAX. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 May 1862

A 3IATRIMONIAL HIOAX. The Preston Gsoardian gives the particulars of a matrimonial hoax, of which a Manchester trades. man is alleged to have been the victim. ThelMan chester Guardian, of January 22 contained an ad vertisemen! which ran as follows:-" A young gen tleman, poisessing a well-established business, and real;sing.agood income, wishes to correspond, with a view to mnatrimony, with a lady of prepossessing appearance. having some means at her own disposal; age, twenty-one to twenty-six. The strictest secre cy will be observed, and none but real name and address attended to. Address to-." " Miss Fanny Brendon," an " orphan in uncon trolled possession of upwards of 1001. a year," wrote from Chorley to say she thought the offer "might suit " her. Tile lone bachelor at once replied. " Af fections and constancy," he wrote, "are the 'quali ties I most esteem; and, shoult I find you possess. ing these inrstimablo qualities. I have no doubt we shall lead a Ihappy and comfortable life...

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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 May 1862

SIc'rL'iNG OF PUIG[41 1iJI)IlSi. T13Ofl03 ynfItA 1)ISTurn r tlosu 1o.lrn I,1 u ts al er;w,&t' saturdiays, ut tile Ofilce, Coiunllrwcll, at 3 (j'i tKk p).mf. IIAW1'TIIOItN AIMZ'IPVT. CooUCII. meets every toltlody evening, at tile Council CtuiinbLmr.3 It Sunlock. Kew Mrtr Iptrllr, Coqscir. meets every tuesday evehing af the Kew Athtmemtaunt, at t att-past 7 p.

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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION AND FREE LIBRARY. MUNICIPAL CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 May 1862

I.IAWTIION I ITEII\ARY Ac.SOCA'I?ONA v AND " FICLE LIBRlIARY, Nt uctr a, cl(,?nE S, Open for the use of lMerrnbers on Tuesdays, W'ed posdaycs, 'I'hursdays, and ,aturdlys, from Seven to 'en o'clock pl.m The daily and local n:ewspaplre, filed, nr' laid on the table, and Egllllih magli zines as soon as arrived. The public adnmitted to Iperuse the hooks lent by the trustees of the Melbourne 'ublic Lllbrary. Meliphrs car olltain iooks for persual at tlielr own lioules oit the above evenings,

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 May 1862

BIRTH. SLATTERIE.-At Hawthorn on Sunday, the 4th inst., Mrs. Slatterie, of a daughter.

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 May 1862

KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL; TuEsDAY, MAY G. Present-John Halfey, Esq., Chairman, Councillors Fox, Cranwell, Wharton, Carson, Lowis, and Derriok. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CO IIRESPONDENOE, Prom L. L. Smith, Esq., stating, in reply to the application of the Council, that he should have much pleasure in complying with.their request in reference to the Grant in-aid for the municipality. The 'Town. Clerk laid on the table the half yearly 'roport of the Municipality of Sand. ridge. PUBLIC WORKS RIEPORy, The following report was brought up and read by the Chairmann: "Thell coimrittee beg to reportf that, hav. ing rcceived a report from the Surveyor, estimating the expense of several works on Davis, Manlsbury, and Little Walpole streets, and the substitution of bluostone for gravel on the Studley Park bridge road, as fhr as the contractor's tender for the latter will cover the expense thereof, have to re comnoud that the expense of the works in Davis street be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 May 1862

GARDEN SEEDS, Just re'eivol. this year's New Stock, iof every dcs rip.iun, warranted fresh, and at Melbourne Prices. NIOTICE TO FARn.I'I,S.-fBLUE VITRIOL, An infallible remedy for Smtot in Wheat. JOHN CLARK JONE:S, Chemist, Seed J[erchant, i'o., 4o., aRICHMOND ROLAD, NE.LR I.LWT1rORN BRIDGE. Established 1852. F 1O SALE, a Bargain.-Threo Acres o! Land, adjoiting the Railway Station, either in one lot or in allotments to suit purehaslrs Aplply to C. S. MFYS a, Ilawtniur ''et- \Yarehouse, THE following USEFUL ARlTIOLES Prepared and Sold by the Undersigned:; Superior black and coloured Inks Gold Rievivor, for cleaning picture frames, gilt mouldings, &c. Liquid for cleaning and restoring platced goods Polishing Oil for furniture Varnish for fly-sheets Prepared Paper for do. Black and transparcnt 'rracing Paper for copying And a variety of miscellaneous useful articles. Oil Paintings, Engravings, Maps, &c., lecaned and varnished. Marble Chimney-pieces clcaned; Cedar ditto ...

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