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HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 May 1862

IIARTWEILL .OST OFICE. . lTho, IaU.arriveros from .blelbourpe, &c., on lion days. Wednesdays, and Fridays at 11 a.m. Cldsls at .Hartwell. for " Melbourno,: &c., on Tuesdays Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 1130 a.m. R, jipnarE', Postmastor.

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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 May 1862

j1s"jjrp{I1GJ OF PuBI41 J.11 )DI IZIIS1i))rIIARA )IPsTR1OIr Rbn BI'AR!) 41100l Id rIrn lt~li Saturrdays t the Ulnae, Iii rbbawwc 1, aC "i I t tt1'rizn t 14lpXJCrt'r. CL~scr . ,(r pS , cvcry 'Juial~y -eveshing; -at. te Counuil olla*ulbers at 7 ndlck., IWi.w \(VfIrtr:Af CoUcnru meots overy Tuesday ýSUg.at'.t~bu. W V Atheaijrna, at l' TIE-pant 7 31wtn.

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KEW LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 May 1862

'I"nW. LITERAuY AND SCIENTIFIC *T t.erea artcdeli.dered every Th1hrsads oevonijg n'ii T 'AtlrchiutniKetiv, !on iarlons branches? Itistnt zt~rLý#My" rlý-·('l · ·r) o .GU]Cwen uL .gfI&6..

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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION AND FREE LIBRARY. MUNICIPAL CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 May 1862

IIhWTIjORiiiON Yi titbi Y A * 0alArO f 'AND S 7" ,KHE' LIBRAlRUY, . CIiPr CUMIIESI. 'flpn for the use' of cinmb?rs on Tfiesdays, :Wod reidays, 'rlividayS, and uturdays, from Seven to T'1I O'clock r.l.. .'he dialy au.d loca) nRpwspapurs, -di;dar. laid *on tit? table, and Elgllish Imazilnce s&; r.ko as arrliod.. - . Tho.pdibl( cadilitted to pertis the hooks lent by. (the ti'ttea ofP tho Melboturno Public Library. . : )tlidls:s'clinobtaln books for persual at their own blnt$i:6n tiu. ebovu evenllgs. •* - - - ---- .... . - -

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAY 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 May 1862

itAYVTIORN MUNICIPAL COUNOIL. MoNDAY, MAY 12. Present-M.- ' O'Grady, Esq., M~L.A., Chairman, Couicillors Conran, Hill, LIausly, Bragge, M'Dougall, and Campbell. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and conflrmed. ZTo.Messrii. 1avtinscrfot and;Oldfleld, in forming them thht their tender for additions to the Court-house had been accepted. :To L. Terry, Esq., stating that the CObun oil had accepted .the above tender, for' the sum of £050: .To 1] W. TihomisEl; sq., Secretary-of the Central Board of HIealth, tahiti ftat' the number of births and death pality for the half-year ending 3l ber last was-births 830 dea?h 10; as 'reported-births 70; deati jI inclus e the outlying districts Hawthorna ; a.guineea in addition to the perst inb To the Chairrian of the Borooudara i Board, stating that the Surveyor ot Council had been instructed to ,,.o cate with the Burveyor of the Board -S best and least expensive mode of caS, the works at Camberwell. . To the ChiefI Sicretary, forwIardi.'i...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 13th. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, W. H. Archer, Esq., J.P., M. O'Grady; Esq., M.P., J.P., and Dr. Embling, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 May 1862

IIAWTIIORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, lMAY 13th.. S[BEefore P..O'Brieii,f i.,q J.PW, Chairman, W. H. Archer, Esq., J.P:; l . OSGrady; Esq., M.P.,.JýP.,'arid Dr,. Embling, J..] AssAvLT WITn .INTfrTt.-AVlliam Har. ris was again brought up on thisichiatgo. M? r..Bayne appeared for tli prosecution.; .Mr. Read, for the prisoner, called Joseph Glaysher, who deposed-I am the landlord of, the General Havelock llotel, Victoria Parade,' .Colliiigwood.. I recoeniso the prosecutrix and the prisoner. On Friday, the 26th 'April, they came into the bar, in company.with a boy and girl. The woman called for ? pint of ale and a nobbler of bran dy;' She handed the brandy to the children, and the.boy handed it back to her, when she walked up to the counter and drank the rc. mainder of it. The woman followed me into the .billiard room aiid throtih theo' house, She told ine her' daughter had bolted with some man to Now Zealand,,and she did not iare wliat becatie iof lierself. 1 Slhe told me it was viry bad'o...

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NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 May 1862

NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1862.       Present--Mr. Yeomans, Chairman, Messrs. Keogh, Padgham, Sargent, Berry, and White. Tho minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed,   The Chairman reported that the deputation appointed at the last meeting had waited upon the Commissioner of Roads and Bridges re- lative to the returns furnished by the Board. Mr. Steavenson stated that he had written to Mr. Ellingworth, requesting his attendance. Mr. Ellingworth not making an appearance, the Commissioner read his letter, in which he stated that all moneys returned over and above the sum of £89 9s,. 1d. were incorrect, and that a larger sum had not been collected in time for the December quarter of 1861. This £89 9s. 1d., with the £0 15s. collected by No. 1 Board, known as Delaney's, was the exact sum he had returned as the revenue for the December quarter; but the £30 18s. id. collected by the old Board, and re...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 May 1862

.NOTES AND :NEWS. An accident whicliniight have been at tended with serious consequences occurred to Dr. Georgo Eastilvay, jun. .As he was re turning from town on Saturday evening, some woodearters who were driving too near the wrong side of the road obliged him to draw lqseo to the footpath near..the Governor llo0 thain lotel, when the wheel of the gig canie in contact with a heap of metal lying on the roadside, which caused the gig to upset, and Mjr. Eastaway was throwin out on- the road. ie escaped.with a serious cut over the eye and some slight contusions, and it is hoped that in a few, days he will be able to return to his duties, Considering thonutmber of heaps of stone on theo road at present, it is very in. portant that drivers 'of vehicles sh'ould exeri ciao great eaution, and under no pretpnce. whatever to drive on-the wrong, side of, the road. Theo polcoought to be vigilant in this matter, "i The -chuge in the propeiotary of the Msl bourne railway has incireased :the aeco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 May 1862

TOWN LULL, "AwVTIQ ,"N. A CLASS for the study and practice of . - Will be opened in the above Rooms, ON F]1IDAY, MARCHI 28TH, 1802, y NR. IVAL L'? 13 0ONIW:Or, ist of Christchurch, Hawthorn, and Tacher of ealand Iastrutimental Music in Town and Suburban National Schools. The Pupils will lbe c rrid:. tlrbugl a systemrtti urseof Exercrdses, to trialttn'eii?tloSI) QiMU.dIO T SIGiT, and so qualify them to become emboenors IIAWTHIIOEN CHORAL' SOCIETY. The Class will ncet every Friday !Evening, from ight to half-pnst N Rin. S: "TERMS:--' The Course of Twenty Lessons ' . 10s. For Children admitted to the Class . i5s,+ Tickets may be obtained from' Mre Toots, at the 'oun lhull; from Mr. Dickson, at the Post "Office; nd from Mr. Bryant, at the National School.:. WILLIAM RAWLE, {AMILY CHEMIST, (Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain,) UPPER IIAWTHORN, egs to intimate to the residents of Hawthorn and lie adjcent Townships, that his Establishment is ow replete with ats entire New...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 May 1862

IEW Decorative Establishment. ON SALNE - Plaster of Paris. Lampblack. Kerosene Lamps, (il, Wicks, and Chlmnios Whiting. Glue. Brushes. Glass-all sizes Paperhangings--all qualities Whitelead. Oils-.Paint, Lamp, and Neatsfoot .Sheet Lead. Lead Piping Sheet Zinc No. 10 Galvanized Iron Ridge, Spouting, &e., &c,, ALL AT TOWN PRIOES, GARDEN SEEDS, T.ust received, this year's New Stock, of every description, warranted fresh, and at Melbourne Prices. NOTICE TO FARMRIIS.-BLUE VITRIOL, An infallible remedy for Smut in Wheat. JOHN" CLARK JONES, Chemist, Seed .1alrchant, o,., 4'c., RICIIMOND ROAD, NEAR I[HAWTIIORN BRIIDGE. Established 1852. CURE IS AT HAND. HOLLOWAY'S. OINTMiENT Scorbutic .Eruptions, as Sore eTlads and Scrofulous Swellings. If this powerful Ointment be well rubbed Into the parts affected, all skin disease will be speedily overcome. It acts not by repression. but repulsion. It enters the system as salt enters meat, and openr ates not locally only, but constitutio...

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SERGEANT REID'S REMOVAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 May 1862

SERGEIANT REU'S REMOVAL. A meeting of the inhabitants of Hawthorn and its vicinity, .convened by req'uisition, was held last Saturday evening, in the Town liilli'to take into consideration the circum stances attending, the removal'of Sergeant Reid frIm Hawthorn, and the subsequent treatment he'has received at the hautls of the police authorities. L. iL. Smith,--sj., M.P., occupied the chair. In opening the proceeding.s, Mr. Smith read a letter addressed to the Chairman by Mr. O'Grnulv, M.P., stating that he was prevented from tatting part in the meeting owing to his being a member of the committee appointed to inquire into the police system of the colony. lie (tho Chairman) was quite sure the meet ing would not look upon this as a slight, as the position Mr. O'Grady occupied precluded him friom taking any part in a movement of this character. With reference to the busi ness,.before the meeting, lie might say that seoveral parties had informed him of the par ticulars'of??ergeant Reid...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 May 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDCENf. ELcttcra ifnteldcdfor inscrtion in tIh SoUrui BounRu. STANDAIW Outst be atulthentiClfatt bh, mt henme and ad dresa of the wiriter,, not necessarily me puehlin~ution, 6g.' ci, a quarantee of qood faith. tie Editor is not re sponusibe for the cpinions f hisa Corrcsponedotsa.)

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BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, MAY 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 May 1862

BOROoNDrAA DuISTRIClT ROAD BOARD' : SATURDAY,=MA 17. Preionta-The dhirma?i (R. Kent, Esq.,) Messrs. Webb, Downihi ltobiison, Coak ley, and Carter. The minutes'of the previous ineting ·were read and confirmed. CORUIESPONDRNCE. To the Gardinor'Road'iBoard, requesting the payment6of £24 144944d., being their share of the cost of the bridge over Gairdiner's Creek. From M. O'Grady, Esq., M.P., informing thoe Bdard that he had been, uniblo'to obtain a special grant for the district ;'bui"that he had been suceessful in putting thoh\i npossession of a way to get £4 for every 1 of ' rates col lected tip to the 81st December,41861. 'lio Chairman said he had bdeen, working with Mr. O'.Grady'iin this inat'er;Fjand for his own part, he. (the Chakianil) was very grateful to him for his services.: Re'lolved-That tho ]Boroondara Road 3Board 'desirto to expres. thoii? thanks to Michanol O'GradysEsq., MIP.,for his obxrtions on their bohalf, and for his success in obtainiiig for them the recognition o...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 20th. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, Dr. Embling, J.P., and Henry Box, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 May 1862

IHAWTHORN. POLIcBE OOUUR'. Tuzsant, MAY 20th. S[Befoi'o P. O'Ilrien, Esq.,J.P., Cha?ir;iiil, Dr. IEmbling, J.P., and lienry Box, Esq., J.P.] D)lsi novo A Don.-M'Ewhing v. French. Maliciously destroying a dog, value £10. Mr.,lBayno, appeared for the plaintiff;, and stated that his client was walking out on Siundity nioinitig, the 11th inst., with ia valu able retriever dog. The dog went into a fenced paddock, and the defendant shot it, rendering it nearly useless, as it would never be able to follow the gun again. The plaintiff deposed that on last Sunday week Iho went out on the Cotham road for about a mile, and on his return.the dog went into the defendant's paddook and barked at a cot. The defendant deliberately came from his cottage and shot the dog, riddling it from ear to tail. The dog vas still living, but he did not know how soon it might die, as it was full of shot. It was a very valuable animal, and he had beon repeatedly offered £20 for it. Tihe defendant did not call to h...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, MAY 23rd. 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 May 1862

"fj tc" id ou otl Uourtr utaarb. VR II DA Y, MAY 23rd. Ii(;2. 'VAt "iinjuit monopoly which the Corpo ahtions of 3felbourne and (ai'Ionwg haveso 'ong enjiiyed in the matter of licensing I!ak iiey carrinags and drays, and which the Mel bourne sud Geelong Corporations Acts ?mnendmont Bill proposed to perpetuate, : hii aroused the attention of the' suburban mnnicipalities; and certain steps have al ready been taken with i view to restrict 'their poe:rs to' sunh vehicles whose owiters 6r drivers reside within the corporate limits of the aboive-named places. At a meeting "o.f delegates from the variols suburban ': 'ouncils, held in Mfelbourne last week, the .,'siibjee? \ag taken into consideration, and SePub-connimmttee was appointed to prepare ?itimendmenit which should not only curtail - thi°":.os,'ers proposed to be given by the .den Act to. Melbourite and Geelong, buit to giv thee various municipalities and road o6ards thtoughout the country. the same s ri'iloges; ' l'hid1aub-commnitt...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND, CAMBERWELL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 May 1862

CIIURCII OF ENGLAND, CIMBER WELL. A meeting of subscribers and members of the Church of Eihglahd was hold at the ollice of the 13Boroondara Road Board, Camberwell, on Wednesday evening hist, for the purpose of electing trustees for the church about to be erected in the nbove place. The meeting was cilled for half-past seven o'clock, but the proceedings did itot comnuntci e until ten mniinutes past eight. IMr. Taylor was called to the chair. The Rev. W. Wood opened the meeting with prayer. The Chnirnuin then read the advertisemeht c3nvening the meeting, and for tiheir direc tion quoted the Act Sth Will. I \., No 5, from which it appeared that not less than three or more than five trustees inust be elected by the subscribers. The Rev. W. Wood stated that persons eligible to act as trustees were those who were in c.ommunion with the Church of Eng land, and who were,*not knownt to imlpgu its doctrines. I1e also stated that, it was not now 'necessary that £300 should be col lected before...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 May 1862

13b than Editor of Ithe SlatdarJd. F tt,--Iobserve in your last week's issue an insintt ationn thrown out to the ef ct that one of our Hu niiopal Counclllors is I bought off,' in consequence cof his ' pot job' having been placed at the top of the list of works reconmmendled by the Publin Works con Maitte6 to he executed in the district. Whoever that co\lucillor nmay be 1 carv not pirticularlv to inquire; hiut one thing must be self-evident to your readors, viaz, that tho' pot job' alluded is thie contstruction of the now bridge on the IRtthmines-road. Now, Sir, I am quite at a loss to discover how this saod bridge, or indeed the lItthmines-road itself, bo comes to be regarded as the ' pot jolt' of any of our cotnoillorst else why is it that so important a matter has been left so long in abuyatcre, and the road per mitted to remain its present dangerots Atd it-. pas?able statt? litaving 1bell ntie o Itoc.se wlIh no sistcdi itn gtlitih, p a trcitnorial iwhichi was presented to 'Ue I' ...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 May 1862

.KEW MUNICIPAL COUNOIL. TUESDiY, M Air 20.,. Present-Johnii IIalfey; Esq., Chairman, Councillors ,Wharton, Cranwell, Derrick, Lewis,i Carson, aind Fo.: ,The iiiailuteiof the preVibus meeting were riad and conlirin?d. CORRE0SPON?DY.NCEi To the Town Clerk of:Eiderald Hll;, stat ing that the Chairnman and Councillor Lewis liad been appointid?m i delegates to the con Ibrence in refterence to the Melbournie ind Goelong Corporation Act. Front theoTown Clerk of Emerald Iill, calling attention to the powers of licensing hackney carriages, &e., proposed to. be con ferred on the'corporations of 1odlbourne and Geelong by the now bill. 'I'he Chairman stated that the letter camn' befofo the Legislative Committee' last week, and they considered it of so urgent a nature that they took action on it at once. .,romt the Roads rind Bridges tillice;'stiting thlit in conipliance vv ith the wish of the Conu cil the contract for metalling the Johnston street road had been extended from the junctio...

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HAWTHORN PARLIAMENTARY DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 May 1862

IHAWTHORN PARLIA MENTA11Y DEBATING SOCIETY. The following standing orders will be sub mitted at the meeting of the members on Saturday next: I.-The Speaker to take the chair on every Tues day evening, at 8 o'clock, and if, at the expiration of half-an hour, there shall not be a quorum present he shall adjourn the meeting to the tollowing Tuesday evening. 2.-In the absence of the Speaker a chairman shall be elected by tile meeting. 3.-Ten members to form a quorum. 4.-That the order of business be-minutes of last meeting read and conflirned; essays read or discus sions opened; remarks by members; business; meet ing closed. 5.-That the essayist he allowed half-an-hour; the opener and respondent In a discussion fifteen minutes each, other members ten iinutes. No member shall speak twice in one evening on the same subject, ex cept the essayist, the opener, and the respondent in a discussion, who shall have thle right of reply, and be each limited to ten minutes. 6 -Except in case of rule...

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PUBLICOLA, FIFTH SERIES, No. II. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 May 1862

PUIBLICOLA, rFIFTI aSrnS, N, o. Ii., ~lb the E.ditor of the Slandarld. SRig,--The ltol Alliance of Sclence, Art, Literature and Religion, each of which in its separate influence .is an effective power for tile emancipation of the soul from the thraldom of ignorance, error, superstition and vice, by uniting their resources will do mloro towards the verification of the ancient proplhecies which have foretold the final destiny of man in his probation and progress towards that eventide of light whichl both reason and revelation equally anti pate.. Science, or the knowledge of the proofs of art by the demonstration of the truths of the principles upon irlhich they are foundted-Art. or the practical application of these principles-Literature, or a knowledge ofthe writings of tile ancients and tile moderns-and Religion--not the superstructures which party and sect have built upon It-these in their car .i.tl and perfect union will call forth energies establish princip es of action, and guid...

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