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BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, JUNE 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 July 1862

° BI3OROONDA1V DISTRIOT oAD JIOA1D. ~$n, Y SATUUnYD, JUtu- 28, Pr1eoeut-Tho Olairnan (R. I oua, Esq.), Mcsrr. Coalooy, WeVobb, Hurry, Butterofild, East -iay , Downing, nnd Carter. Tho minutos of tiho previous meeting woro rend lnd'confirmod,

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THE "RUSH" AT COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 July 1862

THIIE "RUSH" A ' COLLING WOOD: The East Collingwoodtiooplc appear to have been soeized with a gold-field Imania, judging from the numerously attended meeting which assemnbled last Wednesday evening at the Studley Arms. It will be in the recollection of many, that a few days ago Sa meeting was cdalled to consider the propriety qf forming a c6nipany to prospcot Collingwood,"Flhi :it being the opinion of many experienced persons 'that a deep lead was to be found there. A coln mnittee was then appointed to draw up a prospectus, and sines then, from all accounts, the atlhir has re celved the greatest attention from all classes resid 'ing in the neighbourhood. l'Thlie eting last even ing was convened at the Earl of Z tland Ifbtel, but, frolifwant ofi?pm there, it was Adjourned to the Studldy Aritm~' Mh lion. C. Vau.aitn, M.TJ.L.; oc cupied thlolair; and, after a few observatimons, he called upon*iMr. J:'W. Ilandell, thL lon. secretary, to roead the prqspectus drawn up by 3 mo committee. I...

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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 July 1862

1MEETINGS OF PUBLIO BOD1ES. BOROONDARA DISTRICT RnoAD BOARD meets al ternate Saturdays, at the Office, Camberwell, at 3 o'clock p.m. IHAwTonSN MusNICIPAl CouIcuI meets every Monday evening, at the Council Chambers at 7 o'clock. . KEW MUNICIPAI. COUNCII. meets cvery Tuesday evening at the Kew Ateenoum, at halt'-past 7 p.m.

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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION AND FREE LIBRARY. MUNICIPAL CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 July 1862

ITAWTIIOI N TI'IIAIRY ASSOCISATION AD FIIEI LIBRARY, MUIOICIPAL CIIASIULS. Open for the use of Members on Tuesdays, 1Wed nesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, from Seven to Ten o clock p.m. The daily and local newspapers filed, are laid on the table, and .ELglish magazines as soon as arrived. Tihe public admitted to peruse the books lent by the trustees of the Melbourne Public Library. Members can obtain books for persuuual at their own houses on the above evenings.

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PUBLICOLA, FIFTH SERIES No. VIII. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 July 1862

PUBLICOLA, I~ IpTI SERIES ~ . VIII. To leo .Editor of 1he Standard. Srm,-Felf, the expression we use to identify our own or another's individuallty, is onle of tlhose terms which rather gathers its import from union will aanother word than standing alone. 1 concider it an instinct of our nature, which requires, imore than ally otller instinct, to be kept under the control of our reason. It isatt instinekwyhJich is so liable to over step thei true bounildarles adldticil to it, that pander.. ing to it, cultivating it into a supremacy, or even indulging in it for any temporary gain, is ftraught with evil. And yet self-lovo is the great conservative plower of the individualism of the world. Take it away:l from man, and you destroy every motive for action and power of conduct. 'lurn which way we will, we cannot escape from it. None of iss woald give credence to any who should say,'' I have no self-lovq," ally lmore tllhan we shoulll believe Iliml if he wereassert. that he' had no vanilty...

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CATTLE DRIVING. To the Editor of the South Bourke Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 July 1862

CATTLE DRIVING. 71, 1;a . ' " . ' ' A.. .0., Dus.eto. S.lsd,,ard. *. " 8tSl,-Wlll you bose good ats to givo Iheso few lines a place in your valuable paper? I know that you are overready toexposo nuulisaiicowhOn honestly and fairly brought before you, Now, Sir, I have no hesitation In saying that not only you, but the -majority of your readers, will agree with t1o in con damning, not as a nuisance, only, but as a imangerous nuisance, the practice of driving Iargo mobs of wild cattle through the streets so lato in the day as Is often done. It is full time; Mr. Editor, that some .action was taken by our. law imakers, whereby all mobs of cattle should be bound to be through the MIuncllpallty before at farthest seven o'clock n.m,, and that at nill times there should be a rider in ad. vitico of tlhes ob in order to give warning to any person .who might .be- mceting the saua. Thles Sprecautions arc 0ssential for the nsuty of the pub -lit, as you will aidmit, Mri. Editor, when I relnte to y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 July 1862

;I ILL & WYMOND, SNTERAL DRAPERS, -.- tl(lttrS.& ? z: intln-E £Elnaltrst, Respectfully inviti attention to their New Palctots in Superfine Cloth, Brown or Black, SI 1s, Their Ilceen Dawn, or Conoidara Mantle, superbly finished, £1 i10as. Their Elegantly ''rimmed Velvet oennot, £1 5s, The Noire Ipnperial Black Glace Silk, full dress of 13 yards, 2 2s,. ----o I'ILL & WYIOND, .Drapery an .+ hmily 1lfourning W1arehouse, 15, OURKL STREET, Near the Post Office. PUBLIC NOTICE. EAS T INDIA - TE]A WAREHOUSE E,telo tuilersigued, beg most respectfully -.to ulirm our customers and the; public in general, that 0yo have opened those extehsive proe mises at the ciner of iourko and Swanston-streets, lately known as the Crystal Palace, with the largest and best selected stock of TEAS, COOFFIES, GROOEllIES and PROVISIONS Ever offered to the inhabitants of Melbourne, where lfamilies,squatteirs,settlers,sturekeperpr, hotel keepers, and all who purchase for cash, will find a grea...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 July 1862

As I intend to be!omso a sulsc:rlhbr, uand IJllove that theru are many others displosed to do so, I llay state that I am sorry to see so ouet'ul 'and powe'rful ia melns'for good as the llawth?orl Literary Associ ntiosn gave token of hlcomting should so soon collapse and .cttle itselt' down ionto a i re cirelhatitig library. Th'lis is nelitler crediltable to the temtullers 'or the mllnllligetloel t of it, Surely hav'ing oUteio stftted such nit instittte, those who proft'ssted to: stpport itiln those to whominl Ih ttit:ImatgemtInItt was nlltrustudhtOinhd halvo lspard no labour to carry it forwaord to it coml plotd success. It would he attsurd to suppose that defcliency of talent on the part of' the nlmbers is tihe tanse of failure; butl certatinly there due not, tPatn somt cuttse, apopear to halvu ben that ihtturest uitnl't?~tod by thelm, or thalt energy oI tile part of' the munagemnent which'it'is worthy of., 'On at vuOr getic committeeCC of managemeCnt, wCellsuppOrtOd by the memnber...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 July 1862

00R1RES PONDLNOIc. To Mr, J, D. D. alvoy, contractor, stating that the metal and gravel he wts using on Delany's road were not in accordance with the specification. Froin the Department of roads and Bridges, informing the Board that the amonut of the Grant-lu-Aid of rates for the present year would be £910. 2s. id.; and that the depart ment was prepared to hand over £ 1340. 10J. 2d., being the first moiety of the same. From Mr. WV. \Toqllar,l, asking fir an ex tension of time for the co:npletion of his conitract,.-G rauted. From Mr. G. 11. Smith, complaining of a bad crossing near his store.--Referred to the Surveyor for his report;. From Mr. George BJ3ll, son., calling attcin tiqpaJo the fhlet that persons were unable to reach the Indepoendant Church on the W Creek by reason of the bad crossing place. Mr. Downing said ifit would be any saving to the Board, he would allow a footbridge to be erected in his paddock for their accom modation. The Surveyor was inatructed.,to report upon ...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 1. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 July 1862

)?? U\ ' 3NICIPf'L COUNCIL. TUEsDAY, JULY 1. I -,,ii John 1lalfoy, Esq., Chairman, -orlls? Cran'well, Fox, Derrick, and Car ihe miiltes of the previous meeting were d lanld coulireCd. CO I IISPOTNDENCOE rll the ilnc thlorn Mlunicipal Council, --- if the Council had any objection to t.+?, n oe f the Beelhivc-road to Bark ar t.~ . the original title deeds of the rIlIi incd the latter name. Sn l tic wthorn Municipal Council, th while the Council recognised the , lae of the works required on the Beec d.ro:ld, they were not ui a position to carry ,' it ait ipr.ciut. Also stating that they Ii,,an instructions to ropair portions of )w?, ..;[r t! ,i' !I? Kellett, calling attention to the ':fl the water-channel opposite his pro The 'own Clerk laid on the table the half :y 0reort of the Munieipality of Smythes Froa thle Treasury, informing the Council t the sumn of £57,851 had been voted as a at.in-:idl to municipalities; stating that ,iations would be made in all muuicipalities led betfore 1...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, JULY 4TH, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 July 1862

FRIDAY,' JULY 4'rn, 1802. Folt some time past the attention of the communnity has been directed to the neccssity that exists for developing the capabilities of this country for producing certain articles of daily celusumption for which wo are now de pendent upon foreign countries for supplies. Among farmers, up to within the last two or three years the high price realized for the common cereals has offered no inducement to try experiments with other crops, and their attention has been chiefly confined to the production of those articles which find a ready sale 'in the Eastern Market. Now that Vic toria is in a position to supply nearly the whole of the wheat and other corn required for home consumption, it will become the interest of the thrnmers to turn their attention to the cultivation of articles which have not hitherto found a place in their fields, and en deavour to supply our market with those things for which we have been dependent upon foreign countries. The cultivation of ...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 30. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 July 1862

ITIAWVIIO1IN MUN[CIC[PAL CO UNOIL. lMonu'?r, Ju?a 30. Present-M. O'Grady, Esq., M.L.A., Chairman, Councillors Conran, Campbell, 3i'Dougall, Lansly, J'rugge, and Jiill. After the reading of the minutes, Council lor Campbell remarked that several of the rulepayers objected to some of the nannes given to the streets, and he trusted they were not finally fixed. The Chairman replied that tho namies given were still open to revision., The minutes were then confirmed. COI I1 I-]PONDENCE. To Mr. Patrick White, informing him of the acceptance of his tender for works at Deuham-street bridge. To Mr. John Kirwood, stating that his let ter respecting the water-channel opposite his premises had been referred to the Public Works co|mmittee for immediato attention. To the Secretary of tho Acclimatization Society, acknowledging the receipt of his letter. To the Chief Secretary's officeo, forwarding bye-laWl No. 9, with amendments, for ap proval. To the Kew Municipal Council, in refer cnce.to changin...

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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 July 1862

CORONER'S INQUEST. Dr. Candler, the district coroner, held an inquest on Friday last, at Camberwell, on the body of John Williams, a brickmaker, aged 66 years, who died suddenly on the morning of the previous day. Susannah Williams, the wife of deceased, deposed that he went to bed in his usual health between eight and nine o'clock on the night proceeding his death. About four o'clock in the morning he was suddenly taken ill, and she ran out to call assistance. Mr. Michael Chambers and Mr. Webb went to the house, but her husband expired shortly after they arrived. The deceased had been under the treatment of Dr. Brownless, as an out-patient of the Melbourne Hospital for about eighteen months. Dr. Bragge deposed that he made a post- mortem examiuntion of the deceased, and found no external marks of violence. The brain was healthy, but there was the mark of an old fracture near the dura mater. There were traces of an old disease in both lungs; one half of the lung on the left side was...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 1st. [Before P. O'Brien Esq., J.P., Chairman, W. H. Archer, Esq., J. P., and M.O'Grady, Esq., M.P., J. P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 July 1862

HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 1st. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, W. H. Archer, Esq., J. P. and M. O'Grady, Esq., M.P,J. P.]   DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.-Andrew Kirk was brought up by Constable M'Kenzie, charged with being drunk and disorderly. The constable deposed that he found Kirk lying in the middle of the Bulleen road, near the Beehive Hotel, on the previous night, between ten and eleven o'clock, insensibly drunk. Kirk in defence said he was subject to fits, and was in one when the constable took him. He had drunk nothing but ginger wine and ginger brandy during the day. Fined 1s. and 5s. costs, or in default 24 hours' imprisonment. D>rosrITIxo irun3isIc oN T?'I R oe .- Patrick Holloway was charged by Constable Kelly with throwing a qunntity of bottles on a public road. The defendant admitted the charge, and stated that he placed the bottles against Mr. Honty's fence by order otf the gardener, who required them for his use. The constable said the b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 4 July 1862

HAWIITORN ITER Y ASSOCIATION. e delivered at the TOWN IIALL, Hawthorn, on SNDAI" EflENING, JULY 7tII, 1862, 1T DR,. EADES, Thie Inlluence of Mind on Matter, illun* E.oob i j ae c tica l o b s e r v a tio n s a n d e n liv e n e d b elIo. JoxN O'SIANA?Bs WILL ?? BsIDE. nission-lCembers Sixpenci Non-Memlbers One Shilling. oors open at Seven o'clock, Lecturo to commence ealt.past Seven. 1E11W ATITENAIUM. AREWELL CONCERT ll the Pupils of the Kew Comblcd Schools, 1 COMI LI aENTARY BEhNEFIT TO X1R. JOHNONSO,, Will take place in the above building, FRIDAY, JULY .11TH, 1862. Commencing at half-pristt siovn precisely. ic Pupils trust to boe well patronised on the ,e occasion, especially under tile: circumstances. II. ]BAYNE, Secretary. p.7 VINES, Treasurer. ikAWTIIORN MUNICIPALITIY. ENDERS will be receivced at the Council Chalmber. untillMonday, the 14th July, at Four ock p .,' for the following work:- Kew-rod. -Pitching Water channel. ull particulars at Coincil Chamber, Hawthorn. ll lenders...

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TALL DOIN'S AIR—"Yanhee Doodle." [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 July 1862

-0-- TALL DOIN'S. ( o1on .oxoos uDcNUc.) Ate-" Yankee Doodle." YANKaIE DeOlD. had a tfino, When his load of taxes, "Was as a feather to the ton That on British bmacks Is. Yankee Doodle didn't know Whens his bread was buttered, So, Stripe with Star, hle went to war, And paper-money uttered. Yankee Doodle-do is done, Yankee Doodle dandy; IIcro's Mr. CIAse in bankrupt case, And finds your dollars handy! Quoth Yankee Doodle, " Guess I'm used To live upon ' sensation' Darned if this war of mine shan't whip All wars fit since creation. I'll hey the biggest heaps o' men, The biggest mulfs of Kernels, The biggest guns, and biggest runs, And biggest lyln' journals. Yankee Doodle, &c. "3My victories shall the biggest be Upon the rolls of glory; My floggins-when I own I'm flogged Shall whip all told in story. What's done in the contractin' line, In the Old World shall dwindle, Before each hundred horse-power job And catawampous swindle! Yankel Doodle, &c. "Thouglh not yet clear...

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PUBLICOLA, FIFTH SERIES, No. IX. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 July 1862

-0-- PIUBLICOLA, JIFT'T SERIES, No. IX. 'ob tho .Editor of 1tho Standard, FI ,--Tho co-operative lrinclplo for the conduct of usines Is s gradually tircing its way as a system, alnd rannot be nlucl luIgor delayed front becoming a prllonhlnlC1t one. Our iltual assurance associations, us an allvialtion of thile consequncs of casualties and sccteildts of every descriptionr our rahrlway onter. pris,, our mlining interests, and our limited liability plrtlerships, have given that practical illustration of wllat united means and united ellbrt can accom plish, plroving that its power ias a principle of action, wtllhlout disturbing any existing interest of society, is both 1 possible, p)ractl(ahlo, and desirable. Grad. rally It has grown, and its roots have struck so safely aitn sn healthfully that we may now calculato its frillt will he equal to Its strength. A conservative luIlllilelo iIn trades might have been the best whllen in therl iifanclly they emerged frolu an ago of barbarism or al...

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CATTLE DRIVING. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 July 1862

CATTLE DRIVING.. lb the11 .Eilor of theo Standard. Srn,-Your correspondent, "Whistle. binkic," having so graphically described (in his narrative of "fitcts, not lietion"), what. he considers a nuisance, fiir play only de omands that tho other side of the question should also have a hearing.. " Fiction, not fIets," is what we will call mine, considering I was not prcsent and " Whistlobinkio" was; thereforo ho had a bottor chance of forming, an opinion of the necessary evil. To the "facts " of'your correspondent I must give a flat contradiction. First, the "great mob" consisted of 10 head of very quiet cattle; secondly, the time, a very fue minutes past 7 a.m., which, if he wilt take the trouble to inquire of the toll-keeper; or any other person who was upon the spot, he will find substantiated. Being aware of the fact that there is, al ways danger in the van (as well as rear), I always take everyprocaution for the safety of the public, about whom " Whistlebinkio seems so anxious; the...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 July 1862

ORIGINAL COR RESPOND NCB. [Lclew intnded for insertion in 11a6 SoUTHzi BoUiuc STrNn.An,, RIOLD hO (IHuesC! auIIIhnIIcated bhy t 1he 1(10 and ud drcess f /ie wriler, not ,lecessari/ ,/rb p ubiiaionioi, luC as a guirunctee q/' fooil fife/i. 2 ie Editor is not re siosibleCr Joi opinions of his CorncqponlendsY j

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THE INCREASED TOLLS. To the Editor of the South Bourke Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 11 July 1862

THE INCREASED TOLLS. To the Editor of the South Bourke Standard, SlI,-I ain only a " woodcarter," and you can fnrcy my disgust, when I went through tihe toll the other day, to flnd t!:at while a free and enlightened Government has charged extra for drays passing oner the roads of the colony, it has the effrontery to reduce four-wheeled carriages from one shilling to sixpence. I don't think this is fair or right. A mate of mine says that many of the present Govern ment have four-whceeled buggies themselves, and t.'at's the reason. Can any of your readers tell me if that is so, and what we must do to have this remedied? Yours, Mr. Editor, A VICTIM OF INJUSTICE. Plallyshanasey, Gth July, IS60.

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