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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 June 1861
MEET¶NGOS OF, PU.ILIO BODIES. ]Ionoo-AlA.n DISTRICT tROAD BonlD meets al teril.te Saturdays, at the Ollice, Hawthorn, at 3 o'clock p.m. IHWTa ORN MIUNICrlIAL CoINCII. meets every Wednesday Cvenllig, at the Council Olnlbers at 7 o'clock. K?ow MUNIclrPAL CouNCIL? meets every 'T'usday eveninlg at thu Kew AtcheIInIuI, at halft'-past 7 1p111.m. (1-
NEW ZEALAND. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 June 1861
NEW ZI?ALAND. SrDNRY, FIDATa. News from Nelson has been received to the 12th inst. Matters are evidently coming to a crisis. A Taranaki paper states that Information has been received from Ngatlrulucui, that the tribe will not surrender any of their plunder, and that they have j ined the King, with tho greater part of the natives on the coast, as far as Welling on. Some natives from the other side of Cook's Strait have crossed, and are at Maitawn. The temper of the Ngatirulinl Is said to be still for malking a c'ean sweep of the I'akehas. They have carried oil' an inmmense quantity of settlers' stock, carts, farming implements, and plunder of all description. The Taranaki tribe front Wni?ea have coneo down, and are leagued with the Ngntl runul ; and it is rumoured that a letter has been received by these tribes from Yalkato, not to make crms with the 1'akehl . The other day the Ngati riului and Taranakls mot Mr. i'tirris, at Moturon, when tile peace question wis'"dlibcussctL The chi...
HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 June 1861
. IIAIltT'I ELL 1POST OFFICE. The Mail arrives from Melbourne, &e., on 'lo- days, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 11 a.m. Closes at IHartvwell for Melbourne, &c., on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11 .30 a.nl It. Ilular, l'Postnmaster.
PARLIAMENTARY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 June 1861
PARLL AMENTARY NEWS. In the Legislatioe Assembly this day week, Mr. L. L. Sutiiii moved- "Tbat this llousd will, on Tuesday next, resolve itself into a eolniiilfee'of the whole,-to consider the propriety of presenting an address to Ills Excellency the Governor,rbc~iuelin' th t a sufflemint sum may be placed upon the Additional E?timates to defray the expenseg of oblniig the boundary road lying between tile Boromondara, lulgraLve, Oakleigh, Gardinor, and Nunawadlng ]tad Board districts,, which has been closed by a Mir. Altdden, In consequence of an error of the Governlment surveyor.' Mr. Wooos secoilded the motion. * Mr. Bnookuobserved that a mistake was made by the Survey ,jppartment with regard to this land some years ag. 'Thello land, when supposed to be a road, did in fict, jelong to Mr. Madden, who ofibred It to the the .district road board and: the Govern ment at a prepiosterous price. The Government would have-been willing to give double the proper value,, but, the sum asked b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 June 1861
JAMES MILLS & SON, CONFECTIONERS AND BAKERS, 1EG to intimate to the Inhabitants of . Hawthorn and Neighbourhood that they in tend Opening tho Shop in the Main Road, next tihle Post Ofece, near theo Railway Station, on Saturday, 20th June, 1801, with a First Class se lection of Goods ill the above line.
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 June 1861
INOTES AND NEWS. By a reference 'to.another portion of our paper it will be seen that the Boroondara Road Board, at their last meeting, unani mously resolved that the Secretary be in structed to write to' all the Road Boards in the county, asking them to use their in fluence in securing the return of their late respected Chairman MAr. O'Grady. A more fitting tribute to his worth could hardly be borne than that those who had been asso ciated with him for upwards of two years should desire to see him as their representa tive in the Assembly. An application, which we hope may prove successhul, has been made by the Kow Muni cipal Council, to have a pollitig-place within the Municipality, for the anticipated general election, . A melancholy aiccident occurred at Rich mond Bridge about two o'clock on Sunday morning. A young man in the employ of Mir. Pinniger, butcher, Hawthorn, went into Richmond on Saturday evening, where he was seen at an advanced hour of the night in a state of intoxic...
The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, JUNE 28th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 June 1861
!TIjc outlj U5ourtti . tantnrbIt FRIUDAY, rJUNE 28th, 1861. B:ronne this week has clapsed, it is most likely the present Parliament will hr.ve gone the way of all things mortal, and the electors throughout Victoria will be called upon to choose their representatives once more. Very much upon. their decision will the fuiture of this litir land depend. One of the most hopelid signs of the times is the deterunination on the part of manny of the districts to choose local men; and, lest South Bourke should be backward in this work, there is to be i meeting of electors at Gardiner to-morrow for this special purpose. :lliawthorn, too, has been for the last few days agitated with thie name of its local chluanupion, the l Cliuirman of tie Municipal Council; and a strong requisition is in course of signature to induce him to come lifward. Should lie accede to the wishes of the electors, we have no hesitation in saying that he will be returned if his friends onuly use their inlluecueo. Such a ...
SIGNS OF PROGRESS. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 June 1861
SIGNS OF 'PROGRESS. b the Editor of the Standard. Sln,-It must be truly gratifyil.g to all who havo adopted this Colony as their perlnanent home, to witness the rapid advances of our suburban popula tion both in population and importance. But a few ycears have elapsed since Hawthorn (which now mnno bers its' thousands of inhabitatts) was but. a mere camping-place for:such of the now chums as could not compuss tre rental of a shanty in Melbourne or tichlnmod ; its dwclling-houses, with but few excep tions, were of the meanest order, and its only mart of commnerce an Inferiuor store, adjacent to Connoll's Creek ; the main road (which now will bear com parison with any highway In the Colony) was all but impassabl, leading into a thickly timbered bush,. peopled only by the kangaroo, opossum, and their kin, but now bestudded with princely mann sions, neat homesteads, and plots of richly cultivated ground. Institutions for the promotion of the social, ntelleectual, or spiritual weal of it...
" On yr namyunge offe [?]awthorn, per wairis, alias Wallace o' yr Crecke." To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 June 1861
.e r ctirt8z0, 4 F ' p." fL'O the Ed.itor of the Stanlard. Stir,--Tllh tenor of my dissertation shall be continued in eonformity withi the judi pions hlarmonie? of time, lilac, anid circuil stance as originally agreed betwon you and [ when obligations which you imposed upon me were hunoutrably necepted for comnre. JInesive 1fitllpnlent;. The principal of those abligatious? wnas iiu unsworving adherence to the paramount fict of reveCahng how 1Iaw thorn was named. I am not of the conmmon herd who credulously acepC)t statements a.doe without either reflection or rtitiocina. tivn. hence o refuse credence on sensible iroiul apart from my knowledge, to the ignonunious inlsimation of your correspond. ctut of molluscal antecedents-thei alppro j'riatejy designalted "Bunkey firomi Margaute." JIis desire imay be to obviant, by raising a false i4siue, the necessity for any further revelation of mine. li this transpar-nt effort, there is, I obsorve another conspiring rollenguw of his, your corre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 June 1861
J. BRIGHTWELL, . FU RNISHlINtG IIIJLL.EEN ROAD, KEW, (Near the ljoroondara Gcneral Cemetery.) mnerals Furnished on the most reasonable terms, and at the slortest notice. OURNINO COAC1IIHS AND IIEAltSES SUPPLIED. I. D. THOMPSON, ENE RAL OUTrFI'TEtR, UPPER HAWTHORN, iEAk 11U TH OVERnOR 1 OTItAM 11OTETL. Cent to the Victoria Insurance Company. SLATTERIE & Co., RINTERS, -BoOKsErLrrmS, AND STATIONERS, "STANDARD" OFFJ)E, HAWTHORN, Near Fletcher's Hloteld. JAMES H., KY, SINT.ER,; PLUMB [ER, AND IGE.NERAL S DECORATOR, Next the Pont Ofice, Ket, IAYING mlanngd vtlrioul Work at lBikingham i.Jaace, Earl of .?ansfield's, nud ier Iubllc lLuildings and Itesidences in London and lnchester, ?feels confldeit dthat for quality, or iealplss he can defy comlpetition. L, COLOUR?S, (ILAS,, PAPEISt, RIIEET LA.D, ETC., AT TOWN PRICEH. J. B. BELLETT, IIAY AND CORN DEALER, EOPL'. 'S STOUtR, MAIN IrAD), HAWTHOJ H, 'uy, Chali, Oats, Bran, Maize, &c., at Melbourne 'rlices for Ieady Cash. CIHAFF C...
BOORONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Saturday, June 22nd, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 June 1861
BOORONI)ARA DISTRICT,. ROAD BOARD. Saturday, June 22nd, 1861. 'resent-The Chairman (H.". :B!iakiby), Messrs. Kent, Logan, Iriwin, IHunter, Ragg, Roberts, Priestley, and Crauwell. The minutes of the .previous niceting were cad and confirmed. 0CORRESONDENOE. To J. Steaveinson, Esq, Commissioner of. toads and Bridges, dated 10th inst., forward. ng particulars of contracts entered into by ho Board. To the same, dated 10th inst., forwarding ame of chairmnn, date of appointment, and igmature of chairman, as required by eircu larof27thult. To P. M'Grath, Esq., Chairman, of the akleigh and Mulgrave Road Board, dated Oth inst., asking that Board to co-operate n instructing L. L. Smith, Esq., lM.L.A., to ring the subject of the closing of the Boun. ary road before the House of Assembly, ad forwarding cheque for £1 lis. 3d. moiety f cost for preparing plan, &e. To the Chairman of the Hawthorn Mu. icipal Councili dated 10th inst., agreeing to he proposed plan of colleeting the toll at I...
HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 June 1861
1IAWTIIORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Wn W NF.sAY, ,TuN.r 20., Present-M.. O'Grady,. Esq., Chairman; Councillors:. Campbell, ILansly,. Conran; M'l)ougall,';H ill, and Bragge. M1inutes of dfrovious :meetiing read and confirmed.:rt co tusFsPON?EOEo. From the Gardinor Road Board, dated 1Sth inst., stating that the letter of the 14th respecting bridge at Mr. 1'l'Ican's, would be considered at a meeting of the Board on the 22nd inst. From Cei ral Board of e lelth, dated 24th inust., a lki,ng fo. returns and forwarding quories.--Rltotrred to the Health Committeeo. From Mr, ,, FIrankeom;.dated 25th inst.; complaining'otf the "dangerous state of the brideo on Rathrmins-road..- lReferred . to Public Works Committee. 'Tie Town-clerk reported that bye.law No, 7, for compelling drivers of carts and drays to carry lights after snuset was pub lished in the"Gazetto of Tbiosday last. Councillor M'Dougall suggested that the police should be instructed to carry out the provisions of this bye-law. NEW COURT-H...
RATES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 June 1861
RATES, The Chairman said helhad been requested ba mecmber of the, Finance Committee to r,'quest all the Council to use their influence to itiduc, the residents to pay their rates before the-lst July. The Council had em ployed a collector, who was working well, but he found a great difficulty in'getting the ates. Couincillor Derrick said several people de. 'lined to pay their rates till December; and by-and-bye these persons would be finding Iult with the Council for hIying'no money. Councillor Carso esuggested that the Council should insist upon all parties paying their rates into the Tow-n-clerk's oflfic within 1. days froln' given. notice. lie observed that several of the ratepayers were sending o pititions to get their roads made, but he ould vbritiird to say that not five per cent. f them.had paid thir rates. The Chajrman said the people had been so sed to be wiaited upon. that they could ?rdly be expepted. to comnoe up to the Town lerk's, Oflice .to pay their, rates.. Still he ...
KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 25. Present—G. Wharton, Esq., Chairman; Councillors Halfey, Cranwell, Derrick, Lewis, and Carson, and Fox. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 28 June 1861
KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuos.uir-, .Tixn 25. Preediub -G. Wharton, Esq., Chairman; Councillors lhlbley, Cranwell, Derrick, Lewis, and Carson, and 'lox, The minutes of the previous meeting werel read and confirmed. CORRlESIPONDENCE. To iMessrs. Foy, Challenger, and others, acknowledging the receipt of their petition, and stating that the Surveyor had receivied instructionsto examine anId report upon the state of Wellington-road. To the Board of Health, acknowledging' the receipt of the regulations, &e., published' by that .Board. From the Chief Secretary's Office, stating that bye-law No. 4 as amended had been ap. piroved by-his Excellency,- and forwarded for publication in the Gazette. From the Crown Law:Ofice, acknowledg. ing receipt of application for a Court of Petty Sesiions at Kew. FINANCE COMMITTEE'S RUEPORT. ' This Committee, in accordance with a resolution passed by the Council on the 18th inst., have appointed Mr. Geoffrey as assistant rati' collector until the expir...