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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 June 1862
S. WADDINGrA iI, KEW AND HAWTIIIN d DAILY PARCELS DELIVERY, Order nBoxeR-Post Office and ,ed Lion, llaw thorn; Mr. Wheeler's, Baker, Kew; Mr. Cowlishaw's. t Ri.:hmond Roand; l:oyal Oak, Swanston Street, and I Criterion Hotel, Collins Street, Melbourne. MR. C. 31AYES, C.E., ARCHITECT & SURVEYOR ARBITRATOR AND J'ALAT'OR, WEINBERG ROAD, Near Ilrlcher's Ilotel, HAWTHORN. W. P. BUCKHURST, IIOUSE AND ESTATE 13, SWANTON-ST., MELBOURNE. Stockand Furniture sold. N.B.-N-o Charge for Olering if not sold. Mr. Fysh for Soutlh Bourke. UPPER YARRA. GRAZING PADDOCKS. rHE undersigned will take Stock into hls u Paddocks at the following rates : Cattle ... ... 10s. per Quarter. Horses ... ... 15s. " Every care will be taken, without responsibility. Stock will be taton from Mr. McCaw.s Yards. Bourkoestreet I Mr. hlornano's, Clare-castle, Stephen street ; Mr. Gerraghty's, Albion Hotel, itichlnond. road ; Mr. O'Shannssy's, Kow Hotel, Kew; and the SHarp of Erln, IHulleen road, every fortnight, con...
BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, MAY 31. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 June 1862
BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD.?l SATURDAY, MAI 31. Present-The Chairmani (R. Kent, sq.,) Messrs. Webb, Downing, Eastaway, Coak ley, and Carter. The minutes of the previous meeting weiro read and confirmed. COn1iESPO.ND o ? ? To .. .O'Grady, JEsq., M.P. ;forwarding resolution of the Board expressing their thanks for his'efforts in obtaining anh ddition to the Grant-in-aid. , To Messrs. Klingender, Charsley, and Co., informing them of their appointment as soli citors to the Board. . To S. Ricardo, Esq., J,P., Chairmani of the Templcstoive Ronid Board, statiiig that the Board wiuld be happy to include the repairs of the Koonung Creek bridge in the proposed works on the Doncaster-road,. .A meniorial was redoiivd from Messrs. Freshney, Walker, and otheis, asking foi, re pairs to a road near Mr. 1?reshney's.-Referrod to the Surveyor to report upon at the next meeting of the Board. From M. O'Grady, Esq.j MBP., acknow lodging the receipt of the lotter fiom the Chairmianiand requesting him ...
KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 June 1862
KEW MUNIOIPAL COUNOIL. TuvEDsa , Junx 8. Presont--John 11alfey, Esq., Ohairmnan, Councillors Wharton, Cranwell, Fox, Der rick, Lewis, and Carson. The minutes of the previous meeting 'were read and confirmed. CORUUES1oNDENr., To nMr. Slator, in reference to his assess ment, and informing him that the Council were about to make some improvements on the Beehive road. To the Commissioner of Roads and Bridges, acknowledging the receipt of his letter re specting the' Studley Park road, and express ing the thanks' of the Council for the ar rangoments made for metalling]that road, 'Io M. O'Grady,, Esq.,. M.1.. forwarding the particulars of their claim to the .balance of theli £1000 Grant-in-aid of now munici palities. .. To 0. Hodgkinson, Esq., asking if the Richmond Council had taken up the reserve adjoining the Boroondara General Cemetery ; and in the event of their not having taken it up, requesting that it might be handed over to this Council for a botanical garden.. To J. Steavensoli, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 June 1862
IR\TJIO I0RN MUNICIaLITIY. NI)IEIIS will be receivedat the Council " Clhaber until Mondaly, the lth June, at Four for the for teollowing works; iih stre.-re- cpnia to Bridge. lrol, t xtlsioln of Culvert Intob Mr. Lynch's raddock. :.flcations after Tuesday, 1011th June. 1 rticulars at Council Chanbor, hawthorn:,, Iirelers to be on printed forms, -and addressed Cl;airrnl of the Public Works Committee. c Wicili do not bind themselves to accept the Sor any tender. JOIiN. TOON, Town Clerkl.i cil Chamber, Il:wthlorn, - th Junec, 1862. 00OONDA1RA DISTIIOT" ROAD BOARtD. EMII TENDEIS, addressed to the Cloairmanl (Robert Kent, IFsq.), will be recolved Satrdmayn the 14th June, at One o'clock for the following Work: tllyshanassy road.--Metalling, &c. 111 articulars at Road Board Offieo. IlendCrs to be on printed forms, giving a ile of Prices for each separately.' e loard do not bind themselves to accept the t or a31' Tender. By order of the Board, JOAIN '1 ON, Scretary. Iloard Office, C...
The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, JUNE 6th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 June 1862
FtIDAlY, J LINE (th, 1802. Tri~mi: appears to be some chance that the dlillicti(ies under which the Municipality of ewo !his hitherto laboured will be in some inn'astiro obviated for the fdtut.o, notwithstand ing the great reduction made in theo vote for imunicipal c!ldowment. Their iirst dillioultv Feteiving only £500 instead of £1,000 as a un-aut-inaidat thl begiuningof theirmunicipal e?i'er---ia one whioh there appears to be but littlo chance of getting over; not, however, fi'oI i)ny want of perseverance on the part of i!he Coincl, who have sent letters and depu ?tiionS lunuteri;,ble to the Treasury, urging hire.thuhnitso to the lill amnount of the grant; 1l}f! we rlitller suspect it was because the ~eithl?licn. ho hadl chearg of that particlular o,,do were alaid thei mone would not hold i;tt to tht and of, thO.year. The number of u.,ij.itipitfiets ie'tting into e.'istence about tit? 4(ill rJ ?ttf I i (f if i.@'.tirr? i.i h li offic rai of the Treasury to be cautious in dispensin...
HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 June 1862
IIAWTIIOJr N rMUICIPAL COU CI6, MONDAY, JuNa 2. • resent-M. O'Grady, Eosq Chairman, :Councillor?s Conra, C,. S'Dougall, Laisly, B3ragge, and fl(a, Th nminutes of the previous imeetions ; read and confirmed. noi CQRanSPONDEnNCr.. To T, C. Standish, E sq., Commissioner f Police, requesting his approval of the pointment of Senior Constable loh Keli. as Inspector of Nuisances. To .L, Smith, Esq., M.P, requesting hi support in the Legislative Assembly' t, (t proposed aidmnudnct in the Mlelbourne n] Geelong' Corporations Act. Froin thi Chief Secretary's offie,, retur. inig the bye-law to regulate the dritin d. cattle through the .?,uicipality for amoa. imenet.--eferrod back to the Legilatita committee. From L. L. Smith,, Esq., 31.P., promiia, to support the proposed amendmeit relatioe to the licensing of hacknely carriages, &e, Fronimthe Chief Commissioner. of Pldig approving the appointment of Senior Coauts, ble John Kenny as'Inspector of Nuisane. Fromn the Chief Secretary's olli...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 June 1862
S. WADDINGLHAM, RKEW AND IIAWTHORN DAILY PARCELS DELIVERY, Order Boxes-Post Office and Red Lion, Haw thorn; Mr. Wheeler's, IBaker, Kew; Mr. Cowlishaw's, Riclhmond Road; Royal Oak, Swanston Street, and Criterion Hotel, Collins Street, Melbourne. rIlHE following USEFUL ARTICLES Prepared and Sold by the Undersigned:- Superior black and coloured Inks Gold Rlevivor, for cleaning picture frames, gilt mouldings, &c. Liquid for cleaning and restoring plated good Polishing Oil for furniture Varnish for tly-sheets Prepared Paper for do. Black and transparent Tracing Paper for copying And a variety of miscellaneous useful articles. Oil Paintings, Engravings, ilaps, &c., cleaned and varnished. Marble Chimney-pieces cleaned; Cedar ditio varnished. Commission Agent for the sale and purchase of Paper-hangings and all articles required for deco rative purposes, J, CLARKE, .Manuiiacurer and Travelling Agent, SEYMOUR COTTAGE, OAMBERWELL. MR. 0. . MAYES, O.E., ARCHITECT & SURVE...
PUBLICOLA, FIFTH SERIES, No. v. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 June 1862
PUBLICOLA, rIFIh sunIEms, No. v. To. the Editor of the Standard. S: i.--When we speak or write upon any subject to which, in the exress:oels we make use of, many meanings may be attached, fairness to ourselves and justice to our readers requires that we should most unequivccally state the exact meanllg in which we use the words connected with it. The neglect of this is one great cause of the errors, delusions, and mys. teries which, God knows, have exis:ed long enoughn amnong us. The term, the people, is one of these a word to which so many difesrent meanings are at tached, that the chanue: are that in speaking or writing of matters in connection with them. you find st many opinions of who and which they aret and the inference drawn from ench seperate definition and estimation so at variance with the idea intended to be conveyed by the speaker or writer; and the Im pression made so contrary to what was ptrposed, that mystery aad error would take the place of conviction and truth. Sh...
LATER ENGLISH NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE APRIL MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 June 1862
LATER ENGLISE'NEWS. AnasBIAL OF TIItl sPRIL MAtLS. The English intelligence Is to the 26th April The Australian February nutils were delivered imt London on the 15th and 18th April. The Court has returned to Osborne. HTer Majesty's. health continues good The 'wedding of the Princess. Alice takes place in Junoe. The Queen, by the advice of the dommlttee, has abandoned the intention of erecting a monolith for the late Prince Consort. The subscription list pro grosses slowly. The opening of the Exhibition. Is the absorbing: domestic topic of the hour. The journals groan with. letters full of criticism and suggestions;, good and, evil auguries. abound, and curiosity is piqus'd fromn all points of the compass by the descrlptiolns and. anticipations of the gorgeous, ceremonulal. Parliament would ro-assemble ott the 28th April.. The dullness of the Parliamentary sessioes has been unexpectedly relieved by a caustic speech on the. flnar.c3as of tlhe oauntry front Mr. Disraell This. speech wa...
HAWTHORN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 June 1862
IIhAWYThORN POST OPMOaE, The Ma!l arrives from Meolbourno, &c., at 7.45 a in.and 1.15 p,m., daily. Closes at h1awthorn for olelhurnte, &c., at 7.45 and 2.15 p.m. hccciviug boxes at Mr. Kirwoo4's, New Road, 'Ilawtoru; and at Mr, Morton's, Main Rioad Lppcr IHawthorn, II. DI:csoN, Postmaster, ,
The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, JUNE 13th, 1862. THE LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 June 1862
??RIDAY, JUNE 13th, 1S03,' THIE LITEIRARY ASSOCIATION, TIu.T the Hawthorn Literary Association is in a languishing condition none of its merm *ber:, we presume, are prepared to deny. Ornilary meetings are generally attended by from twelve to fifteen members out of a total of something like a hundred, The general meetings forbusiuess have fared no bettoer lately, for we see the same faces and the same members on every occasion. At their meeting last Tuesday evening, when a question of more than ordinary importance, viz., the de sirability of establishing a Parliamentary Debating Club was brought on for dis cussion, the total number of members who voted was thirteen-five voting for the motion, and eight against it. Ilow far this is a correct expression of opinion on the part of the members of the Association we are not prepared to say; but from the number of votes recorded we may fairly take it as a cor rect criterion of the amount of interest mani fested by the great body of the memb...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 June 1862
8lR,-In reply to" Fair Play," in }today's isslie, and in justice to tile members ofo the ate oard, 1 beg to hand you herewith the report and balance-sheet, made-up to the 11 Ith September, 1861, containing list of contracts, &ec., and from those I have marked, you will percuive that the sum of £690 Is. 3d. was spent last year in metalling the llulleeunroad, and that the assertion of "Fair Play" Is untrue, "that they con. tented themselves with filling up the holes,; &c. I can only suppose that!your correspondent gives the Kow Municipal Council credit for what is in reality the work of this board; or that he wishes to mislead, as to the Government with Iding the grant from those boards who fail to Imake the main ro:lds. I would remind "Fair Play" that the amount contributed in the shape of rates from the road mentioned is under £12 yearly, and for which last ycar they had spent,: as above, £690 4.1. 3.; in 1860, £7113 Is. 6d.; and in 1859, £153 8s. 5d. I leave these f...
BOROONDARA ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 June 1862
BOROONDARA ROAD BOAltRD. The following lotters'have appeared in the Argus.duting the past we?: Sill, I should feel obliged if you would allow me to call tile attention of thie above .hoard to the dis graceful state in which the, road from. the Ilulleon road to the Koonung Creek is at the' present time. It is nsow upwards of two' years sinc thie greatest portion of the road was forumed, and up to the and of last year they contented themselvus by filling up the.holes, but which they have not done this yeari and unumbers of drays are daily stuik, and horses are constantly falling. In many parts the footpaths are not discernible, and yet they have gone to the expense of placarding the district and warning the inhabitantsif they ride or drive on tile footpaths they will be fined £20. As the road.i at present it Is exceedingly dangerous to travel upon1 and I would urge upon the board the desirability of fol lowing the examlnle of the Kew Municipality, who have already commenced to metal t...
HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 June 1862
HAWTHORN. LITERARY ASSOC800IATION. A general meeting of the members of the above Association was held last Tuesday evening, in the Town Hall, Hawthorn. P. O'Brien, Esq., J".P.,in the chair. 'The minutes of the previous meeting having been con firmed, The Acting Secretary (Mr. Toon) read a letter from ?1.. O'Grady, Esq., M.P., regretting his inability to be present, but suggesting that, as a difference of opiuion existed in reference to the proposed Parliamentary De bating Club, it would be better, in order to meet all parties, to establish the club inde pendent of the Association;. so that members objecting to it might have no cause of offence in the matter: at the same time expressing his opinion that no difficulty would exist in obtaining.the use of the Town Hall for such a purpose from the Council. The rule for admitting youths under the age of 10 as members of the Association, on paying one-half the usual fee of membership, was confirmed. The resolution to authoriso the formatio...
MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 June 1862
UDBIEPINGS OF PUBLICO IQD1IIS. Bana00.NDA& D14TRICT ROAD B3OARD motS atl t arnnte Saturdays, at the Office, Camberwell, a4 3 OclUOh p.111. UetAwTuoV ueAIuzICIP. Courczr, meets every ia.4A ey eveninug, at the Council Clambers at 7 u duce. J(r=w M~UNSICIPAJ Council, meets every Taesday crminei iat the 1(ew Atheimeum, at half-pnst 7 p.m.
AMERICA. THE CAMPAIGN IN TENNESSEE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 June 1862
AMEIIOCA. TIe OAMPIAIGN IN TKNNISSRIH. A groat battle has taken place at Corlnthr The, Confederato General Prentlss is aprisoner. Corinth being situated at theo junctionl of two lines of ,railway--the emphis and Charleston and the Mo bile and Ohio lines-rendered it vitally important for the Confederates to rotain; the colnnmand of the place, WVhen, therefore, Generanl Ik?L~uregardl found that the Tederals wore advancling upon him in two. divisions, he deterumllue to attack the Fcderual uu der Gereral Grant at Pittsburg landing, before the seco.ol army, under General Bull could arrive to support them. On Sunday morning, the 6th April, ]leanregard advanced with 60,000 men to give battle. 'l'he conflict raged during two.days. The Confede rates were successful on the first day and part of the second, when the eagerly-looked-for relief under General Bull came to the aid of the Federals. As the reinforcements streamed in, the contest was most sanguinary. After hard fighting, the Confedera...