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PUBLICOLA, FIFTH SERIES, No. IV. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 June 1862
PUBLICOTLA, rFIrT SERIES, NO. IV. 'To the Editor of the Slandard. Sta,-The great secret of success for the attain nentl of whatever we conceive to be our highest good, whether it be wealth, power, or mental improvement, is as individuals closely to adhere to those principles which, a aa natural result, that good flows from, and as the wise man well advises, to do whatever we have to do with our might. In associative union with each other, when the end in view is a worthy and a great one, the o:ly way to achieve success is for one and all who identify themselves with each other to secure it to Ibe all at it, and always at it. As soon as circumlstances permit, it is my intention to become a member of the Hawthorn Institute; and in doing so to use my best exertions to induce others to join it. This I consider to be a duty incumbent upon every member, as the very act of identification with it imposes the obligation of assisting its ad. vancement, not only with pecuniary sulpport, but wi...
THE SUMTER AND HER DOINGS. NARRATIVES OF LIBERATED PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 June 1862
TºI, SUM'lRil AND hElR DOINGS' (rsto. LL.uOrY's Wi?sItLv.): 5NARRATIVEiS OF lltHti:ATFDn' RIt iURl5S. 'three Aherian captaius--Cp lnin Smilth, of the' Arende; Cal ptain Minott,aof the Vigilan!t; and Cap-. lain Iloxie, of the Ebenu Dodge -haver arrived in Liverpoal'by the Spanish steamer Douro lromCadir, after their vessels hld been captured. and burnt at, sea by t-ic Sunter According to tLeL ticount ofthiue' geItlemen, the Sumter is a very indlillfrent screaw steamer of alout 500 tons; her armannstt cthlsistings . of four short '2-pounders and one 68.pound pivot gun. Sihu is well supplied with small arms sind oun munitintion, and general stores. lHer crew are repre scanted as about ninety in number; Mibstly Irish; and so discontented that eleven of thenm deserted on ar riving at Cadiz. hlie marines on board are deseribet as entirely Irish. The Stotier brought furty-three prisoners into Cadiz, being the crews andu of?iors oi' the three captulred ships. Several of the prlsonelrs (negr...
HAWTHORN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 June 1862
IIAW11TIORN J'QaT OF1FICE. ' -IMo hilil nrrives from Melbouirne, &c., at 7.45' 0.111. and. 15 pIm., alnily. Closes at hawthorn for A1elhourILe, &c., at 7.:il npd 2.15 p1.m. HIleluvhiig laxes t Mr. Kiirwood's, Kew Road, JFawtiaorn and at ,Mr. MorLon'a, Main Raad. Upper IllwLthora, o If, ])torcsos, Po0stmaster.
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 June 1862
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAYr, JUNE 3. Befofro P. O'Brien, Esq, J.P.] " The following oasaoappearedon the oause list, nnd in the absence of a second magistrate were adjourned for a week: John Beninett, John l Morrison and John Lalhov were chargeod with having no lights on their'drays. Mills v. Blttlor.-Assault. Lloyd v. Morgan.-Goods sold Os. 4d. Lloyd v. Smith.-Goods sold £2 2s. 9&d. Coles v. l1rd ,.--Misusing, illtreating, and noglecting dutyi as an apprentice. Mr.Toin kin appeared for the plaintiff. : The Court thou adlourned." Tnalzerenr Corncrur Acoeotn.-A meeting of the IIartlley Relief tommittco was hold at Now castle yesterday week, It was reportol by the treasure that the money reeolved by hin amounted to £45,000, while the entire aunm which lutd.been subsurlhed was £72.000. A report was submitted as to thile best mtiilns of disposing of the funds; alnd of tio ninoutnt collected they proposed to invest in debentures £00,000, the Interest of whlleli is caelou Inted...
HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 June 1862
]iAntlvý'1'Ll, 1'O T QFZI~CI's. " Tho Mill nrrivos from Mel;bourne, &c., on Mon days, Wecdnesdays, and Fridays iut I I am. Closes aL Ilrtwcil for Melbournoe, &c., on Tuesdays Tlhrodays, and Saturdays, at 11 30 n.m. VU. 1Wont ur, 1'VostmLstcr.
MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 June 1862
UK .I.L QJ or I tJLIJ BOOD1SS. 12onotiso(~n n DI T$I }T ROAD HO AM) mee(R Il t'tute N4turq4 ya lt the Oficc, Caumlberwel, at 3 'SI,, ·IakCPlrv )IJscllr Al CIn L flit tt5s every ?tlfllda1 eveuiug at tIlt LCuniwl C'larnbers au v Q cl~c'L. lisu- M.n clr4Lr. Caniscn,: mieels every Tiaeedlay 0lcuiug at the Kew Athenrurnu, at ]ialt-Duast 7 plm.
BOROONDARA GENERAL CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 June 1862
BOROONDA?,A.. GENERAL CEMETERY. The trustees of the above cemetery held their usual monthly meeting on Wednesday evening last, the 4th instant, in the Town Hall, Htawthorn. Present--Mlessrs. Chambers, Denbigh, Johnson, Judd, and Stevenson. T. Judd sq., in the chair. Tihe minutes of the previous meeting wei:e read end and cirnied. CORRESPONDENCE. From T. C. Balmain, Tsq., thanking the trustees for the kind manner in which they had expressed themselves on his services while acting as a co-trustee. The Secretary read pidclhimation in the Government Gazette, iapproving by the Go vernor in Councill of the appointiient of William Stevenson, Esq., as a trustee, vice T. 0. Balnmain, Esq., resigned. The Secretary reported that sineo the last ordinary monthly meeting eleven intermnents had taken place. Receipts ... ...... g28 10 0 Expenditure ..... 42 7 3 lResolved-" That a ,Promissory Note be given to the bank for the purpose of allow in an overdraft to meet existing liabilities." The Secret...
ORNAMENTAL RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 June 1862
ORNAMENTAL aRESERVFY. Councillor Bragge said it had'been pointed out to him thht it wuas now the time of year to get the trees and plants for the reserve; Councillor' Hill, said it would only be wasting money to plant anything in theo re serve until it was put in order. Councillor Lansly said he had obtnirned'a large quantity of shrubs from Dr. Mueller for the reserve; and he would pibpose that the thanks of the Council be tendered to Dr. Mueller for the.gilt.'. Councillor Conrail seconded the motion, which was put and carried. 1TA1WTIORN LTERILARY ASSOCIATION. Councillor Campbell draw attention to a letter from the honorary secretary of th6 Hawthorn Literary Association, asking on what conditions the hall was granted to them. As the honorairy see'retary was about toleave the colohy he wished to have a re ply. Couneillor M1'Dougall understood that the question had been decided. If the ball was required for profit it would have to be paid for, but hot otherwise. ' Cdunuillor Campbell...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 June 1862
It. 3RO WNL E SS has 1REMOVED) to D 117 Collins-street cast. JI1S EASES otho t ELYE..-D)R. TALLENT . F5LCII) continues to PIIA1C'IC'tE in FYI: ].tN; \ lid. Couasultatlon daily at hid residence, 27 Rlussolt.streut south, near Collins -street. IM POLITAN'T TO OWNIUIRI S O1' IO1ýSES. I3IN1G ES WORM nid CONDITION I'OWJ1Yl 15, fiar IIOJISES. Cure Wornls, Low Coudiitiun, &e. 28G Blruzswickkstreet.
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 June 1862
NOTES AN!) NE\V'. The anniversariy of the Primitive Metho, dit lchapel, at Norwood, Will be commemo rated on Sunday next, the 8th instant, when two sermons will be preached by the Rev. eC. G. Carr, of'Melbourne. On 'the follow ing day, MendiY. a tern maeting will be held, at which severil-ministers and other gentle pien are expected to be present ahd take pirt in' the proceedings. A.plllinti.loiit;iinivited frbtiperions willing to accept dlhei'ofreif cir'o crititu' ahid lbrariaihto the lHawthorn Literary Assopiation, to be sent in on or beforo the 9th instaunt; We only hope th:at the Association may succeed il procuring as active aid energetic a secretary as they had in Mir. Macissey, who perfolrmed all the duties of the.two'ollices gratuitously. A lectnre will be delivered in the Baptist chapel, Cothamn road, Kew, on Tuesday even Ing next, by the Rev. Isaac New. The sub ject chosen for the occasion is "The -Fall of Jerusalem.-" The pi'oceeds.of the lecture will be given to the, Bap...
LILLYDALE POST OFFICE. Late Brushy Creek. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 June 1862
.,LI LLYI)ALE PoST OFFI1OE, L:ite flrushy Creek. The Maeil arrives from Meolburne, &c., on Toes da)e, 'hnriday, a1nd Saiturdays, ut I p.m. Closes or .XlrIbumrnc on Mondnays, 11 dnesdays, and k'rr drr,, attn9.30 n.atr J. Piauue, P ostmasfter.