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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, JULY 25TH, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 July 1862

FRIDAY, JULY 25T11, 1862. A StoST useful work, entitled " A Guide to the Land Law of Victoria," by thle lon. C. (1 xr.s.Ix 1)Drrr, President of thelBoard of :1a1(d ntd Works, has just been issued from the Government Printing Office. Coming from the pent of the author of the Bill, this book may be looked upon as a fiti;hful interpreta lion, exprlessed in the plainest possible trmns; thus giving the reader an accurate Iknowledgo of the specific objects of the inea sure, without entailing upon him the laborious task of studying tile Act itself, which, to a non-professional person, mtst always be at tended with doubt and uncertainty. The o!bject of the writer is clearly set forth in tile following paragraph, in the opening chapter of tile book: ,' Wllilo the Land Act ot 1862 "was before 1'arlia inu:t I reeoived inquiries antd suggestions In relation to it front time to time, which left no doubt on my 1,ind that theI measure was imperfectly understood, oCenl by mlany of those who took an...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 July 1862

:II Nt u? PUB LIJ 13IJ1)11». N 'I I·.I1. I~tll.g,~ )iilICL'~fis · IIOAI) GfI)~~\ t I, Li 1 S'aI iir nady, at the Othice, Launba:well, at t, eiuok p,·(11 Il.t wruloja Iucacrr.tx. Cucuiart mcets Lvery iuwllay eteniuk, lat the Council Cluuuubacrs at 7 o'- 1~.k. Ka i NJcJIA II. Cou:cIl 1)1CC' e (nrC Ie ulCcT iay c) pIlgJ at I lie Keyv thlILII , atll, h LL-IpLALs 7 p.ttt.

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KEW LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 July 1862

NEWV LITERARY ANDIj SCIEN'rFIC INSTITUTE. T.^(Iltiies nro dllivcrred every TIhursday ovening In Ilthe Al wclum, Kew, cii varioius lranches Icrntirc, science, sund ncr. CUImmenc ut eight. u----

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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION AND FREE LIBRARY. MUNICIPAL CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 July 1862

JIA\flT]ORl LIATIAIl\' A;-SOOCi.ATI0N AND tUsICI;r:AI CIIA~tl hIS. Open for thle Iue of Memers oa Ttuesdi ys, tied. At'sdtYs, 'rItursdttvox, d t ttt urdtys, lto St LvCII to T)'tiI,'clork Ip.tmt. JIO thidily andI lOcatl tIItewspaptrs nicd re laid (;i the utblc, antd I~tgltiet tttlgtctttuen Its SltS Its atrimL'el. Citte public admiiitted to pauinse the hookti leit by the t rustecs of the Mellbournre Pu'iblic Liblratry. Mlttmbelis caun ubtjLttt books for trsutal :tl their own Ilhlotns ott the above cveLliii"s.

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EARL RUSSELL ON EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 July 1862

IEA:\I RU1J5SE!4Lf ON .ED :CA.TION. (FROno TiltI NI:,s OF True WOULDo.) At the annud mtneetitg of the Ilritish aod Foreign School Society, on JlltMda., inll eknowledgi.n g his atp pi tlentl Its president ofit Ilsociety, Ilrl lssellsatid : It is twenty-three years siince, in 14'$39, that, lhIlinlg the ollice o'f lme Secretlary, andl looking to the re p1rts rmade from the g~iols by the chap:lains and others entrusted with their lllanagemenl, stIud looklng like wi:,e to the general stalte of' thle cottllllrt, it scenlllted to mIn that the aid given by the Stalte to education hot)l not he COnfined t tlhe £10,090 which was irvell to eacih ociety under the sutggestion of lord tli.cou~hm, but that a further ellbrt should be nmadr to improve aul extendl the edueation of the poorce vla,.:s. With th:t view at committee of the Privy Cuncil was specially appointed to superintend the tidu'ation of thlie coluntr. Ourit first object was to nlproive the quality lof t)e education of tile masses. Alt...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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PUBLICOLA, FIFTH SERIES, No. XI. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 July 1862

'e the Editor of the Stuandrd. Sct,-I avail inyself of this opportunity, which theo continullatio of Iny bltter ill your issu ofl' the ltlt July atfourds Ime, of endleavurinlg to mni ke myself moe'Lr clearly underst ood in the matter there treatedof. Solne have hinted that I amn an agent of a clique; others ha,ve expressed opinionls that I have based my reason ing upon a wrong foundation, in treating upon co operative efflirt merely as a remedial power for era dicating the evils of an individual competitive system; and unless I advocate it upon the broad and uncom promlisicg system of Owen, the cosnmunist and so cialist, and admit that man is only a complicated piece of wclehanism, which nmaty be set in motion in dependent of all individual will or freedom of thought and action on his own part, and Is consequently an irresponsible puppet-all my deductions will be ftl lacious, and lead to mystification and error. The insinuatory hints I distinctly and positively deny, without any res...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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THE BALLYSHANASSY ROAD. TRUTH V. MISREPRESENTATION. To the Editor of the Standard [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 July 1862

TIHE BALLYSIIANASSY-ROAD. TRUTII V. MISiREPISIESNTATION. To the Editor of the Standard Smi,-I was much surprised, in reading your report of tho proceedligs of the Boroon dara Road Board, to find itjstated thab £500 had been voted for works on the Ballyshan assy-road, and as such is not the case, you will allow mo a space in your colunms to on able me to disabuse the public mind from such anll erroneous imnpression. Numerous and pressing as are the wants of Boroondara, and limited the means at the disposal of the Board, it would be folly to expect that, in the distribution of the public money, satisfhetion could be given to all par ties; f'or however equitably it may be ex pended, complaints of injustice and partiality to particular roads will boe sure to ariso-such has invariably been the case ill other districts. I did not hear this mischievous statement made, but as it appears in both the local pa pe'rs, I havo no reason to doubt the accuracy of your report, and therefore wish to ...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 July 1862

NUNTAWADING DISTRI?O'1 ROAD BOARD. TitunsDAY, JurY 17, 18.32. Present-Mfr. Yeom ans, Chairman, ?Messr+. Berry, Keogh, Padghain, Sargent, and White. The minutes of the previous meeting weru read and confirmed. CO1RRIES1PONDENCE. From the Roads and Bridges oflice, with regard to the distribution of the Grant.i-. Aid to this Board for the current year; informing the Board that the Comtnissioner of Railways and Roads would be glad to see the members sharing the views of the Chair. man on Monday, the l1st instant, at eleven o'clock ; on which occasion the dissentient members of the Board had also been invited to attend. Mr. Macdonald waited upon the Board, calling its attention to the road near to his house, and requesting that a small culvert might be put down, in order to enable the residents to get to one of the main roads. In answer, the Chairman stated that it was much required, and he thought that if the Boroondara Board would contribute one. half the expense, it might be done. Thi...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 July 1862

NOTES AND NEWS. Last Tuesday evening a lecture was de. livered it the flew Independent Church, by the Rev. J'. Booer, on the Life of Alleyn, one of the Puritan preIahoes of the time of Charles II. The lecturer appears to have given great attention to the ecclesiastical histor'y of the times of Cromwell and Charles I1., more particularly as regards the stand ing of the various parties in the Auglicau Church. In hib sketch of the lifo of Alleyn, the lecturer brorught prominently before his auditory the Christian character, untiring diligence, and patient endurance of one of the most remarkable men of his day, though his name is not now so well known as that of somle of his fellow-labourers. The lecture was listened to throughout with great attention. The meeting closed with singing aind the benediction. Deputations fi'om the various bodies in torested in the lhawthorn toll fund assoembled in the neighbourhood of the ollice of the Coummissioner of Railways and Roads, for tihe Purpose o...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 July 1862

TO CORRESPONDENTS. A FATItn orF A F.iimnyr.-W- o cannot iiiscert lettcrs iuless nccompanji ed by the nIamIe and aIddress of the writer.

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 July 1862

COUG IIs, COLDUS, SO.JE riljii o:L'F8s & °Jui1:vi:N'rioy 1 BIS iTiEiR TitAN CURE." iOi C'ouglw4, 50o(e TIluoaty, d~e., use F IAWi? (1 j OUCIII LOZICN(; (S', Is n box Ill'repnred and sld HI113 ~' WILLIAM IAl 311\\ L14, I'lljtrl))l ccutliiil (CIuh uuist, llIiii-r, itt, I111(.11rn. ItAW fC'.s S'I U,1A Ut It A ND TONIC ISSMINCNIC Iottles. 2s. rd, atd Is. lt, eacht, Ask Puts Itstwkc's V'roparnulnnsu. ToUt)('iI'CI ; E~ CtS'ECNC I, orI DOitN 'IA t1CtIOA, 1it. pun' btutlei; ithe sltitluuutIu oft tost swime sPucitcs, Dr. U tIlcEt)li\'u" (.'u'rissiu S'IttIIACIIIU U 1'0.' D .IC1, htoo it dhittu.ett ir otosrt ltiou hum tlt; sut tlly sold iso smtelt. 'a. pr bottle, I-IILL-&WYMOND, ,L GENERAL DRAPERS, ftiittrilrr & fAthallttl' af-ltr t'?0, Respectfully invite attention to their New Plaletots in Supertiao Cloth, Brown or Bllack, £1 Is. Their Colleen Blawn, or Colonnmtra 3antle, superbly flnished, £1 10s. Their Elegantly Trimnmed V\clvet Eounct. £l1 5as. The Noire Imperial l...

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THE HORTICULTURAL GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 July 1862

TIE IIOR1TICULTURAL UAIIDENS. Hawthorn is peculiarly fortunate in having in its neighbourhood the gardens of the l[or ticultural Society of Victoria, as these gar dens cannot fail to be a centre of attraction to all lovers of fruit and flowers. The societty, which has now been established for some years, had long felt the necessity of establish ing experimelntal gardens of their own, to en able them to carry on systematically the inn proveinent of floriculture and horticulture in Victoria, instead of depending upon the iso lated and desultory efforts of individuals. To accomplish this object the comumhiittee applied to the Government for a grant of land for the purposo, and succeeded in obtaining twenty live acres in the Survey Paddock, Riclunond, together with a sum of money for fencing it; which sum was increased by a liberal grant of £150 from the Richmond 3ullnicipal Coun cil, and £20 from the Boroondara District Road Board. Hlaving succeeded thus for, the commnittee of the soci...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 July 1862

DIDSmTMICT ROAD )I0---- 130ARD. p , NDS'E-S, addressed to the Li1[ Ii-rt Kent, Esq.), will be received c 6,f!. ( ti. e SGtl, July, at Ono o'clock .wing wYorks: li.~" "~ l |Vel(mtallSing, & . Fh "' I.rs t l oailoard Omcr. .'" I?' Io d prinstcd forms, giving a 1 TIlll" t. r elchll separately. .' ot hindl themnselves to accept the 'j"vl order of the Board, o JOIHN TOON, Secretary. , ir ,llil, Ciamberwell, l.,h Jl,', 1s_8t_. 31(iN]CIPALITY OF KEW 1i;S will be received (nddrcssed to SCluiraI.IIofithe Mounicipiility) until4 p.m. t ., le 1 tih inst, for Works on lnarker's-road, llewitt's-road, and lhintliorn-road. cifitnliolls l"y o seeon at the Council lham KtelSlm, I w, ldaily, fronl 10 n.m. to 1 p.m. tiest or Iny tleder not necessarily accepted. cIy order of the Council. ,ipal chambers, Kew, tl6y 21, 1862. SJ. GEOFFREY, rlACTICAL ouse Painter, Glazier, ),coraive 1C .'pcrhanger, feC., 31AIXS ROAD, KEW, i,.t the United Mthlodist Free Church. NrI'llEMEN desirous of FINDING TII'lli ...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 July 1862

\\ýlrllOlO r po[GBE COURT. T'cr:s.Xn, JuIJA 22. ?, P. ('Bilenl, 1--q., ,T.P., Chairman, in .1.1', Mess. I S. alsh, 'I:ll tt (J .rhTLE.-JiimtC Nolan was ,1 ili allowing four head of cattle to r ithe public streets. The defendant's eitted the ollblce, and the Bench in d ie of ls land 5s. costs. Dol NeIo?stis.--Dr. Braggo was d by Constable Kelly with permitting ,to'tl lack the cmilplaiuantt. The do. t ic" a the chargo. The constable that as he was passing by Dr. Bragge's at six o'clock on the moriting of the :i2,ltat, the dtog rushed firon under the ah d caught, hold of hint by the foot. , ild not bite him or tear hlus clothes, Ilraige said hoe should be very sorry it said that he keptc a ferocious dog. I had the dog six years, and it had al b t'VelaI quiet. Too anintal lhad not Sthe p?licetan, anld lhe coutl not see charge could be preferred against him. ci Chairnau of the Blench observed that 1st not keep a dog tl?at would rush at I.lagge saiid his was the most amiable l the parish....

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THE ESCORT ROBBERY.—LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 25 July 1862

THE ESCORT ROBBERY. - LATEST NEWS. (FROM THE ALBURY BANNER.) A messenger arrived at the Camp at Burran- gong, with his horse jaded and covered with foam, on Tuesday evening, the 10th inst., bringing intelligence of an encounter between the bushrangers who stuck up and robbed the Lachlan escort and Sir F. Pottinger and two members of the police force. Sir. Fred- erick has been indefatigable in his exertions to run down the robbers, and the warmest thanks of the whole community are due to him. Day after day, with the assistance of ta black tracke, he followed the gang of des peradoes-now through the bush, where the prints of their horses' feet were clearly visi ble, and along main roads, where with great difficulty the tracks could be dis tingushed front those of ordinary travellers; but reliance was placed chiefly upon the keen eye of the blackfellow, who was able to follow the tracks at a hand gallop. The party of robbers appear to have gone to wards the Victorian borders, about 200...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 1 August 1862

To the Editor of the Standard. Sin,- As your correspondent, Publicoln, styles him self the friend of the people, I, being oneof them, and one who has not been blessed with a first-class edu. cation, beg of him to be a little plainer for the future, and write so that the people can understand him. For where is the use of leading us into a maze of unintelligible words, which are as hard to understand as Latin. Do, please, Air. Publicola, as you are my friend, draw off the mystic veil which shuts out your argument from my understanding, and divest it of its lengthened jawbreakers, and give us in their stead words of real simplicity and meaning, so that the people can understand you. I know of a nman, Sir, who does both advocate the cause of the people and the cause of God in such a plain, easy style, with siuch boldness, with such clo quence, with such thrilling poetry, that thousands crowd to hear him. And in what is the secret of his power? Why,htissiaple yet truthful plainness. Ever...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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PUBLICOLA, FIFTH SERIES, No. XII. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 1 August 1862

I'UBLICOLA, FIFTHI BERIES, No. xII. To Ite .Editor of the Standard. S?i,--Allowing that the first great international exposition did not fully represent the grand idea of it~s rnginator, and linht oven royalty itself could not h?e,'e.sfully escape the influence of a powerful mono psising class, who occupied positions by the cunning they were perfect in, of extracting and applying the brain and sinew of the artizan and mechanic for their own aggrandizement; yet industry did well to pro dlre, and the world did well to patronise to the ox tent they did--a first instalment of an undertaking d.stflidl, with ill its short-comings, to realiso agreat lt'renrier. A true and a great lcea is certain ulti. im:tely to accmnplisll its mission. Mercenary motives ItJ y rctard, but they cannot destroy it. Allowing it:I the second exhibilllon does not conlo tip to the expctation of those who cannot forget the imnpres sion. the novelty, IIand beauty of the first, whiclh its crystal temple and contents...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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A HINT TO TOBACCO GROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 1 August 1862

A hINT TO TlonACCO GeOownsa.,-It lhas been tor comlnonly supposed that the ht, pecullar flavour of much of the coloniil toincco whkleh has opurated un. faLvoumrably upon its colnsulnptilmn, is due to somne imll perfection In the process of llanutfl:eture. Without doubt the best descrlptioa of raw amaterinl will turl out unsntlsflactorily it' proper care be not exercised In Its preparatlon fr the consumeor; but judging from some samples we have seen, fresh froml the hands ao tihe grower, the manullucturer who would seek to conl vert them Into an nriiclo that could compete with tie produce of the American would stand the chance of little clse than failure. Alan)y persons have embarked ill tile cultivaton of tobacco in this district since tihe setting In of the rise in price, and it is to be hoped that the present oplportunlty of setting this branchl of local industry on it fair Iooting may not be marred by unlde haste and inattention on the part of tlhose in. forested In its perumienc...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 1 August 1862

--0-- ORIGINAL 001RESPONDENOE. [Letters intended forl insertion in thie SoUTrt Bounxat: SL'tCDAInD ttest be authenticated by lthe name and ad. dress eff the writcr, not nocessarilyl?r npblication, but as a quarantee of good failh ThIe Editor is not re sponsible for the opinions qf hs Correspondents.] -0--- POISO1 OUS PAPI-ERHIANGINGS. Tb the Editor of thoe Standard Sn,--A it few days ago the Argus published a pa-. ragraph from theo London Times, which gave an no. count of a most distressilg case of poisoning of four childron by arsenic, proved to hlve boon taken, by. their picking ufl the wall, and putting into.thoir nmonuths bits of the groan paper with whichthe wall of~ the roowu was papered. tt is a fact that cetuuwt be too generally known, that the green is an arseniate of pota?hl, a d in the cheap manufactured paper hangings is prepared in a starch vehicle, which not only yields to the least moisture, but unites so loosely with the pigment that the slightest touch sets it at li...

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KEW COMBINED SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 1 August 1862

KEW COMBINED SCHOOLS. A meeting of the parents and friends -of the children attending the above schools was held last Friday evening. in the schoolroom; the Rev. R. Connebee occupy ing the chair. The meeting was convened for the purpose of nominating a school com mittee, in accordance with the provisions of the Common Schools Act. Before proceed lag witn this business, however, an interest ing presentation was made to Mr. Johnson, who has conducted the school for some, time with great success, but who is now about to leave the neighbourhood. Mr. Lewis brought up a memerial elegantly written on vellum, and in a speech highly eulogistic of the abilities of Mr. Johnson as a teacher, moved that the memorial be signed by the parents, and presented to MIr. John son. Mr. Bayne, in seconding the motion, ob served that his boys had learnt more while under Mr. Johnson's charge than they,, id at schools where he paid a hundred a year for them. The motion was put and carried unani mously. The C...

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