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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 August 1862

MJE JINUS OF PUEI4O BODIES. TIcR'my)lSj eA I)jsIrjIc ROAe BOARD meets nl" ternstesciturdIays, at heh Ollcc, Canbcrwell, at 3 &'look pm., ,IIAWTIIIagNn MUSICIPAL COUsNCIr meets every Mondny evening, at the Council Chumbersal) 7 o'clock. ICKew N dtcCIPA, CDnxcIL, meets every Tfucoday evenilng aIt thiu KCew Adiaenaeum, at hualtpast 7 p.m1). -o

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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KEW LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 August 1862

XEI:FV LITERARY AND) SCLENT[FIC. INSTITUTE'. T.orturcs are delivered every 'liursdny cevning II the, AtLewieuin, Kew, on various branclhes tcraCt(uw, scincue, and art. Comrnnc a na eight. --n-

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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION AND FREE LIBRARY. MUNICIPAL CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 August 1862

IIA\VTHIOIRN LIT'IEARY ASSOC[ATION AND FREE LIBRARY, 1MUNICIPAL' CHAMBllERS. Open for the use of A.embers on Tuesdays, Wed nesdany, Thursdays, and -aturdays, from Seven to 'lenu o'clock p.m. The daily and local newspapers filed, are laid on the table, and English magazines as sourn as arrived. The public admitted to peruse the books lent by the trustees of the Melbourne Public Library. 1llembers can obtain books for persual at their own hliomes on the above evenings.

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THE STORY OF JACQUARD'S LOOM. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 August 1862

THE STORY OF,JACQUARDS, LOOL. (ritoSt TIeP. sIIBTo or o I:IousTA?t.hxiimoITIo ?-,182 . anY LANCunARD nJatJLD.) The history of the Jacquard loom has its moral. 'Until its introduction,' h?. ilschoi writes in his. history, ' the production of superior figured silks de-. ponded solely upon the skill of the weaver, and that to a degree to which few attained. The tnecessity of extrceme carefulness aml skill Is now considerably diminished; in other othlr words, the production of lthe most costly fabrics is laid open to a large number of operativees Jacquard was originally a manufiac turer of straw lihats; and it was not till afteor'th Pence of Amiens had bona signed that his attontloii. was attracted,to:machineiy. lHappening one day to take up an Enisglih newspaper, his attention was. arrested by a par?grripli in which the Society ofAitis (to their honour be it.recorded) olfrrcd a premium to . any person holoshould weave a net by machinery. Dr. Blowrinr, who had ia personal interview with...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 August 1862

SOR1tGINAJL POETRY.' ENGLAND. Know yo the land whero liberty's shrine. Was placed Ih each breast by our fathers of yore? Where the blessings of peace ild frieondshij entwino And the war-cry is heard of n it ore? Know yo the land of the bravo and the fr?e, Where the exiled oppressedi for ever will flee, Where the lips of proud tyraiits are silent and 16ile, And tihe deeds thast, they wrouight are tfrgotten- unknown;-' Where the bright orb of day, with fond lingeritga smile. " To the homes one the Island coth strgaigers 1bgulle Where the nmltnhood of lifo can pasc without gloom,. 'And in peace, and at rest, go down to the tomb. -Where friends are to moirn, anid loved ones to deep, When the stricken one goes to the last lingering sleel . Whose eiplire is va?ter than the Romana' of old, Abounding in wealthl r riches untoldi With a fame thiat is dearer, moi'o precious; than : gold? ' 'Tis tile flirest of isesl 't is the land of the sea, "r Is the land of my siresl the sliotdearest to tha...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 5. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, [?] Embling, J.P., and J. C. Jenner, Esq., [?].] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 August 1862

ll.I \'TIIO RN POJIOE COURT.; - S'rI.IA;s , AuoUsT u..."1 [Iere ' 0' 13ieon, Esq., J.P., Cihairi an, tablilg, J.1., and J. C. Jefner, sq., ick' kan DirsoniitaXr.-Neil ,Boyle, d ýwith this oltence, was ftlinod tit the tiotd penalty of s in. onsideration of rnoi lis good conduict. ,,.trr;r,.-l':dw.,d 1'Donald..v. James :ltr; and Jaies \Walter v. John lBr'own, h, Mlorrison, and Ed'wartd .L'.Dnald. , i,' casws were heard together. Mhr. ,iln appear.ul for Mr. Walter. wart1 1 1'Dooal d depoaed-Oin Friday 1 the 1st instaut, I was colnilg out of the , oilth a load of wood, in companty with ,.11 lorriin, itand othera, and on passing alt,'s shop BrwIon called out "Pumplitn a." I called out; that " Pumpkin-head] , n it a hoRme." Walter then camn al I aked no mey n1name. I- said I left ov hao., atl h 'nmr. Witl that Walter I ,t his fit annl ktuocked mo sensel .ss fob alt f i l inutlll s. ('r.?>examhied Ib; Mr. Tomkin.-Brown: ,, aI\l .\rrison we..r with noo. I did t put In. l .11 ito Mr. Wta....

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THE HAWTHORN GARDENS. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 August 1862

TIHE HAWTIIORN GARDENS. lb 'tIhe Editor of thw Standard. Str,-I was rather pleased on reading in your paper of the 25th nult., your' very lively. and graphic description of a visit you recently paid to the Iorticultural Gardens, in com pany with our Town Clerk and a gentleinan who is nameless, but who, as desctibed, has seen gardens not only in Victoria bit in other lands; and by whose experionco you no doubt may have been benefited in\singling out the many objects of interest'you o beau tifully enumerate. But, Sir, :tloughj leased, I yet regret that you should hiiiyo gone so far as Richmond for a subject;"'is, for in stance, much nearer your own dwelling oven in our own municipality-is to be found a fit subject, and in all respects one worthy of at least a portion of your descriptive powers being put forth in its advocacvy-viz., the Hawthorn Public Garden; the situation of which, as you must admit, is indisputably grand, and has been so pronounced by many excellent judges-and which...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 August 1862

n NOTES AND NE\WS: We have much pleasure in announcing that Dr. Macadam will deliver a lecture next Tuesday evening, in the Town 11 all, Hawthorn, in contection with the Hawthorn Literary Association. Subject-" The Life and La bours of Sir HumphroyDavy,the distinguished Chemist; with special reference to his leadilig discoveries, as the Miners' Safety Lamp, &c." The lecture will be illustrated by numerous diagrams and experiments. We understand that Mr. George Everist has resigned his office oflibarian to the IfHaw thorn Literary Association on account of ill health. The following notice appears in Tuesday's Gazelle, signed by the Colonial Secretary of Queensland:-" Parties contemplating set tling in Queensland are cautioned to communi cate with the Government. The country adjacent to the Gulf of Carpentaria is not yet proclaimed open to occupation; and oc cupation will not be authorized, nor will pro tection be afforded, until the Government is satisfied with the place and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 August 1862

JAMES H. KAY, PAINTER, PLUMBER, GENERAL DECORATOR AND BELLHAN GEL, 'Text tio P'ost Ofice, KCew, _TTAVING managed Work nt luckiungham .1- Palace, thoEari of Mansfield's, and at many other Pablio Residences and Buildings in London and Manchester, assures the public of HIow, HIawthorn, and Nelghbourhoods, that he can undertake work of the best description, or otherwise, so as to dely com petition, OILS, COLOURS, GTASS, PAPERS, SHEET. LEAD, &e,, AT TOWN PIuICIS. REDUCTIONS -Uroex WINITEf ST0'OK. HILL AND WYMOND, (10) BOURKE STREET EAST, (15) General Drapers, Glovers, 1.osiers, Laceenie, .?iilliners, and .1lantle .l,'el'vs, All Goods marked In ainh. Jiprrcs, and ainy Article not approved of will be readily .lrhj 4gay, the ob jeot aimed at being to gain the cutll/idelce of Pur. chasers, and theroby extend on already largo and rapidly increasing CuLtomero' Trdop. Drapeor, .,41illinclre, and .DreanmCker Rsupplied with Out .~ength8 at the lowscst traedo prccs. Matching Ortlers areful...

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NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 August 1862

NUNAWADING DISTRICT 01OD 3BOARD. TituIaSD.A, JULY 31, 1062. Present--M[r. Yeomans, Chaimnan, tBýen. Berry, Ptidgham, Keogh, Sargent, and White The minutes of the previous meeting we read and confirmed. COIRREPODENCE. From the Boroondara District. Road lonar stating that their funds would not allow o their co-operating with the Board in it works required on the Boundary road. To the Commissioner of Rlaiheaya an Roads, acknowledging his commuanication i reference to the distribution of the Grant in-Aid, and stating that a deputation waul wait upon him on Monday, July 21st, in ference to the re-distribution of the llan thorn Toll Fund. To Messrs. L. L. Smith and 31, O''(a M.L.A.'s, requesting them to atlend the di pIutation and support the claims of the dL trict. The Chairman reported that the de,?ol tion on the toll fund had waited at the otli but in the absenceo of the l1on, the Con missioner nothing had been done. II thought it would be well if another deeput tiw, were to go in and ...

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THE KING OF DAHOMEY AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 August 1862

TIEB KING OF DAIIOMaLEY AGAIN. By the African steamer Ethiopo we learn that in lie beginning of April a largo French scrow.ateamer, ;r ol r French colours, entered Whydah harbour e.ithin'a cable's length from the beach, and suc cosftlly loaded a cargo of 1,600 slaves, and pro cee'ed to see without interruption. The King of Dahomey had attacked and burnt the town of Ishaga, ab ,ut sixteen miles west of Abbokuta. lie beheaded ab'ut 1000 of the inhabitants, and took the re mainder (about 4,000) prisoners, including a native missionary. agent. The large town of Ijago, five days' journey in the interior had been destroyed by thes Ibadans.. An E:lngihli missionary was made prisoner, and a r.nisom equan to about £2,000. do manded for his reloase,-hut-the governor at Lagos '-Was taking the necessary. steps to enforce his release. BIsaaho TIE SOixr.a;--'liro are many persons who firmly believe that the theatre, and everything connected with it, is very wicked, and that actors are all more or...

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KEW UNITED METHODIST FREE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 August 1862

KEWv UNITED METIHDý 'i' ,REE CIIURCII." Last Monday evening the annivcrsary of the United Methodist F're Church at ICow was celebrated by a tea-mecting, when up ward+l of a hundred persons sat down to par take of the refreshing beverage and the dcli eacies usual upon such occasions. After tho visitors had enjoyed the good thiigs so plou tifully laid out beforo them,itho; tables were clearod, and Dr. nEmbling, ,T.P., was called upon to presido at the meoting which fo1-, loWO(i. "" " ', After the meeting had beeoon opod. by singing and prayer, the Chairman remarked that this was n lhvourablo opportiuiti~ o welcome the Rev. T'A.A. Bhyley, a i?toly ,r rived ministeor of the United T thodist body ; and a fforded grot amuseoment to tho audience by narrating some of the ridiculous ideas peoplo in JEngland entertained in reference to Australia. The report of timhe trustees of the church was read by the Socretary, Mr. Toon, from which it appeared that thero was -a debt of £100 on the chapel....

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, AUGUST 8TH, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 August 1862

FRIDAY, AUGUST 8nr, 1862. Fon the past few months many complaints have been made of the conduct of some low fellows frequenting Studley Park on Sun days and holidays. These persons,-mostly boys and young men-are in tho habit of using the most obscene and disgusting language, more particularly when females are approaching them. Nor are their mis chievous propensities confined to this species of annoyance. They throw stones at small birds, destroy their nests, and break down the young trees. If this destruction is il liuod to go on much longer, Studley Park, instead or t'ing the most lovely and pic turesque spot within Len miles of S.[elbourno -the resort of holidiy folk and piteio par ties-will become a waste howling wilder l8ess. Sensitively alive to the urgent necessity of putting a stop to these evils, the Kew Municipal Council has tried over and over again to induce the Government to extend r,reater police protection to the Park; but beyond the placing of 'two extra constables is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 8 August 1862

vITEIRAIy ASSOCIATION. "i\ll be deivered at the TOWN HALL, Hawthorn, on TUSI)AY El]VENINo, AUGUST 12Tl, 1802, DR, MACADAM, X..A. St Tife and I abours of Sir Humphrey Davy; Suhje gc1.uis nlld Chems;t; with special referonce tos sleading discoveries, as the. Miners' Safety Lamp, &c. --_-' LLtstrtN iy XI f?MB AND DIAGaANS. Admissior-Mfemnbers Sixpence, Non-Members One SShilling. " ;.;a?, piers open at Seven o'clock, Lecture to commence at oslflot Seven. .' AIAVTIIORN . - epPiCATIONS ,(addressed, t-?;th9 Ma A aging Comcittee) will; bd 'ceivdev i?Id)p J I tIe huh instant,.fromr Pcersons t illing to discharr the clnjuinld duties of SEORETARY and LIBRA ' tlh to tile Society. hcThe dutleer ,s In tie 7th Ive-ltw, which can be 'npecedattihi i TOWl a11. The applicants are requested to state tie rmucneration expected, but in any? caso not to exceed £25 per anulm. GEOReGE EVERIST,- Secretary. MOUNICIPALITY OF HAWTIIORN. AsurAL ELTXTtioN..' N ccordlance with the provisions of the I Art of...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 August 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Lctecrs intendedfor insertion in the Sounrl BoUnRE STASDA)n1 must be authenticanted iby the name and ad dress of the writer, not necessrilp fhr publication, but as a gucaranteec of good faith. 'le lEditor is not rc sponsible for the opinions of his Correspondents.]

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AMERICAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 August 1862

AllRIVAL OF TLBE ENGLISIi MAIL. A31EIIICAN NEWS. Accounts fro ni the United SItates are more che quered than they have been of late. 1 ho North upon the wl)1( continus victorious, althllough the pro gross of its ortni-s is arrested by the energy of the South. The ctiet' intcrest in the etruggle is now concentrated up1on lRichmond, the Soulthern capital, under the walls of wlhichl a desperate struggle is ex pected to take place. [After pursuing the Con federates to tile Chiekahomliny, 3L'Ccllall's corps crossecd the river, stending a guin-boat expedition sip tio Jmtics Rlircr to force the way to itichmond After four hours' action the Fcderals were repulsed witth heavy loss.] T'he armies were inactivec till the 31st tl t., when tile Confcedeaites attacked thle Federal left flank, routing it wilth loss of guns andlll bagagge. ein forcemelllnts cooling up, the Collnfederate aldvance was stopped. The blattle was roenewedl tho next mIorn ing witholut result. General lcuoregerd hans evacut...

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PUBLICOLA, FIFTH SERIES, No. XIV. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 August 1862

PUBLICOLmA, rut sEnRaS, No. iN . lb cthe Editor of the Standard. SIn,-Tlhe civil war which is now raging in Ame. rica, the seeds of which were sown at the commence ment of the utnion of the States, when it allowed slavery to exist as a social institution, expedient and convenient for the prosperity of a portion of its com Inunities. That there have been tlhose among themn who professing themselves to be ministers of a rell guon of universal brotherhood and liberty, who, in. stead of raising their voices against it, hIaveattempted to advocate it upon Bible principles, is a disgrace to humanity. By the efforts of talOented writers, by the exertions of slhv, eloquent, and wise legislators, Eng Inudl perceived her error, repented, andt made repa prtiol for it; and by so doing not only redeemed herself fromn the curse, but established herself in the rosition of becoming the colnsistent advocate and great example of the way in which it oiught be peaceably exterminated from the earth for e...

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HAWTHORN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 August 1862

hAWTHORN P1) 'r UFFIC'. M1'ht 11,il arrivos from Molboauria &c., at 7.45 n.amn i I. 1 I)l,·l1 daily. U(loa5 at IIhawthuor for ! Melhouraa, &c., at 7.45 and 2.15 p.vn.

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 August 1862

NOTES ANDi NEWS. Mnr. Conrain hls ,just IiIfriucd us thzet Ite does not Intend ognin to seck munlcipnI Ihonouuus. Theo in formntion way gveuu us at too ato atll hour to with. draw hlis adclrvon to thu rtepacyers. It will ho sacn by an advertisdement in anotlher column, that applications are requested frius pi" sons willing to undertake the conjoined da:es tit csecretary and liibrarian to the hawthorn Literary Association. Applientions to Lo sent In oil or bleoro Tuesday next. We hear lnthat a Court of Petty Sessions will be held fortnightly in the imutnicipal district of Kew. For some time inpast the municipal at.iorities have been cndeavouriing to secure tCis desitderatum, aid we believe their eff-lrts have tnow ieten saccessfttl. We understandi tie themporary noe of the ToI'wn Ifall hans been granted to the I'rombymteriat b sly, for holding Sunday services until suet time as they may be able to erect a ehAipel for tlhcinsel. e. tlie Post otiee nauthorities arve sent to lthe Miiui ...

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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 August 1862

IHA.WTIHORN LITERARY ASSOCIA. TION. Last Tuesday evening a Icture was de livered before the members of the above As. sociation by Dr. Macadam, M.L.A., on the "Life and Discoveries of' Sir [Humphrey Davy." The Ieon. T, 1. Powecr, MLL.O., presided, and while introducing the lecturer, said that he was sorry the weatlher was so inclement as to prevent the attendance of many of the members. The lecturer, on rising, remarked that when Mr. CUanipboll asked hliu to deliver a lecture before the Association lie had someno difliculty in selecting a subject. After a little con sideration hle fixed upon the libfe of Si umntphlrey D)avy, as a subject that might be interesting to thiui. .1 t. kii w that somne people had an objection to biographical lece tures; but in this case the subject oft' the lecture was so intimately connected with tihe history of' seie iethiat he thought no obijectioI could be taken to it. Science ihas its history as well as its discoveries. Lord Bacon has termed man the in...

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