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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, AUGUST 11. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 August 1862

11A..WTIORIlN MtNICIPALT COUNOIL. MOUDvr, AUoGST 11. Prosenit-A- . O'nrady, Esq. M.L.A,, Chairman, Councillors 'Conran, Campbll, ILnsly, and H]ill. The minutes of the previous meeting were road and confirmed. COlRRESPONDENCE. To the Chairman of the Gardincr Road Ili?rd ai'greoiin to the expoudituro of £42 for repairs to Illiterrio-road. To the same, forwarding resolution of the Council respecting bridge on road near Mr. 1N. IM'iijea's 'roporty. T'o M r. E. Bemnntt, in reply to letter of thl20tli ult., respecting the repairs to Vie toria-road. To Messrs. Mould, Wheeler, and others, ackn owhldgiug receipt of memorial rospecting Connell-st.rcot To J. Stenavenson, Esq., Commissioner of ionads nud Bridges, requesting that whoenthe trnllic passing from Keow into lawthorn is Inkon, care mayl y bu oexrcisud in distingtiphing cars passing to aud fro hna t ' T6 the iehmonr MIuuicilpal Cera ing their attention to tihe statre of thile rrr to Hawthorn bridg; mid atio isoaapp currying out the r r...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 12. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 August 1862

IKEW MUlNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUsDAYn , AUvoUST 12. Presout-Jolin I1alfoy, Esq., Chairman, Councillors Jox, Carson, Dorrick, and Lowis. The minutes of the previous meeting were road and confirined. COURflESONDENOn. From the Geonoral P'ost Office, requesting to be supplied with a tracing of the district, for the purpose of making anti oxtonsioa ouf the postal delivery. From thbo Acclimatization Socioty, for warding copioes of the Game Act, and re questing the Council to pas. a bye-law for 1 the protection of birds. . From 11. J. llenry, Esq. and others, re specting the western end of larker's road. I Frwn I'tr. 'Kellutt, in .rethnee to the water-channel opposite hlis pre.mies. From Mr. Barnard, conplaiping of the state of the footpath near his hou!e.. From the Melbourno Railway Company, requesting the Council to put thoe hawthorn road Iii repair. From the Town Clerk of Smytheadale, re Ispecting the Grant-in-Aid for 1801. Ihw Townl Clerk laid on the table a copy of the Guide to the Land La...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 August 1862

IEDUCTIONS urox WINTER STOCK. HILL AND WY1YMOND, (15) II3OURKE STREET EAST, (15) General Drapers, Glovers, Ilosiers, Larcemccen, .iillinere, anel lfabntle .lakcrcs. All Goods inarked in p/ien fi/urrs, ance any Article not npprovcul of will be readily se.celaen!rI, 11he ob ject nccceed at beiccg to gain the cocildence of Pur clicesers, end thereby extend en nlready large nncl rapidly increasing Cclusonmers' Trade. .Dczpers, .illiners, anld eDPCrmess ke'r s supplied with Ou(t LeCntls at the loetest trade prices. Matching Orders enrcfillly and promptly attcended to HILL & WYMOND, 15, JOUIRE STREET EAST. SKIN DISEASES, TVhsilloee-s, .lgeeorm, .Pimplcs oct the lIrce lceateel Legs, anc i rrlicose Veince, cStccceonfttlly 1'L'ented. 0--, VILlJAlf, Wooenarter, Nunccawadilng. Scurvy on the hands for 3 years; was under various mteical ceclnen and in the hospltit al. 1URIIAY, MISS, CWllieccnsjtowl.- An Eric ption on the cheek fr 18 yecars; was under mcedicel treat. ment in Scotland and ...

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BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 August 1862

]BOIOONDARA DISTItCT ROAD BOARD. SATUnay, AuvousT 9. Present-Mesars. Robinson, Webb, Easta way, Downing, hurry, Coaklcy, and Carter. in the absence of the Chairman, Mr. Webb was votrd to the chair. 'I'he uiniites ot the prev[iousa mccting wore read Aniid coiillrniid. CO iUS:IIS iiON INCE. To .. Stcnvivensu, .l;q., Comnnissioner of IHonIai and I iidges. f fi'wrdlingvouchers for £ 13'). us. 2d1, to meet first amoiety of Grant ii..\ id; and requeiLting thattlho sccond moiety nmv be punced to the credit ofi thi Board. To r. Eill'igigwortLhi, acknowledging re coipt of letter respecting a sunt of monoy said to lhav b en received fronm Mr Clisby, iand requlcstin fuiirtlhor nparticuIlars. To the Chairhzian of the Nunawadling Road 13onard, dceliuiidi to co-operate in eoistIruct ing a onlvert oi boundary roadl. From Mr.ý; Ellingworth, expressing his surpriseo thant the Secretary professed to know nothinig about the nmoney given to the Board by Mr. Clisbly, anudtating that' Cio amount (£11d7) ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 August 1862

1CEW R MUNICIPALITY,, mil 1' TiInI IIALT-YEARLY REPORT T of the Proceedings of the lIunicipal Council of hew, for ilth half-year ending 12th day of July, 1862. At1,teoulace at Council and Commnitleeo Aletings. ro t " ý wet c ý ti CS P64 0 TP 'he Chairmanl.. ` 16 13 9 7 Councillor Wharton . 12 0 7 Councillor Cranwell 14 13 Councillor Carson .. 12 15 5 Councillor Derrick.. . 16 19 7 (Cnecillor Fox.. .. 15 17 8 8 Councillor Lewis 13 12 8 6 Election of eaoirmante. At the first meeting of tho.Council after the annnual election, Coancillor lalfey was elected Chairman for the eansuing year,. Appointmnwtet. Mr. Pritchard having rosigned the Town Clerkship and Acting Surveyorshlip, Mr. Lowrey was appointed Surveyor from the 31st January, and Town Clerk from the 1811th February, 1862. Assessment. The property in the Municipality was valued at £016,266, which was reduced on appeal at a. Petty Sessions held on the 28th April, at the Atlionwnmn ler, to £10,004 103. Bpc-law Passed. No'll. To empo...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, AUGUST 15TH, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 August 1862

Vic tobtin) 3alit'tte allalnu'r, PRID.LnY, A(IGUST 13 r;r, 1862. PTisnin the forthcoming election for the miunicip:l diIstrict of liawthori, we bcg to oultr a lbw remnarks upon the doings of the Council for thic p1ut year; and although se riolus dillisnltice have had to. be met, it will hba seen tlh.t load sall-g'-eraum nt has proved to ba a great bnaelit to the district. Ate the beginning of the municipal year, after the election of the chairman, a motion was'brought ftrward by Councillor lanao o, afirmiing the daa.irability of raising £1000 by: rates. HIere thile matter oen led for a tine, the Council putting oilf the evil day for striking a rate as long as possible. But the day at length came, and then the first hitch occurred; for instead of striking a rate of iinepnce or a shilling in the pound, the desirability for which had been previously nalirmed by Councillor BlAGoE'S resolution, a rate of sixpence in the pound was carried, realizing something like £600 instead of £1000. W...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 12. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, Dr. Tierney, J.P., and J. C. Jenner, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 15 August 1862

HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 12. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, Dr. Tierney, J.P., and J. C. Jenner, Esq., J.P.] NO CONTROL.—George Chambers was     charged by Constable Wright with not having control over his horse and dray. The con- stable said he met the horse and dray on the Hawthorn road, without any one taking care of it, and while bringing it back he met the defendant. The defendant said he stopped to get some corn, and while at the store the horse went on.—Fined 1s. and 5s. costs. RESCUING CATTLE.—Charles Worrell v. Thomas Billing. Rescuing a cow on the way to the pound.   The plaintiff, a grazier, residing at Bor- oondara, deposed—On Sunday, the 3rd in- stant, a cow belonging to the defendant was in my paddock, and I was about to take it to the Oakleigh pound, when the defandant, came up to me. He had a large dog with him, and took the cow away from me by hunting it with the dog. He said if ever I attempted to take...

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THE SOCIAL EFFECTS OF THE VOLUNTEER MOVEMENT. DESTRUCTION OF SMALL BURDS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 August 1862

TitE SOOIAL E'lrOTs OF 'ITHEI YOLUN'rElt DMovlrat?rT.--A billiard-marker, who passed his examination at the Bankruptoy Court lately, attributed his misfortune to the losses he had sustained through his principal cus tomers having become volunteers, and occu pied the time they were in the habit of spend ing at his tables in drilling. DErsreTonow or Sar.LtL r t1ns.-Compltaints are received from several parts of the country of the in. crease of the green caterpillar and other insects, owing to the absence of sparrows and other small birds. T'he insects have destroyed all the fruit and soene of the crops in one district In \\'orcestershire, and generally the gooseberries and currants have sullbred mntueh frome thonm, In the face of the value of enrll birds to remove these pests, there Is still in Whiltshiro A Spanrrow Club' for the destruction of that bird, and no memtber.is admitted unless ho has killed so, many hlundreds of the little twitlcrrs. The heroes of this elht celubrate their...

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PUBLICOLA, FIFTH SERIES, No. XV. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 August 1862

P BHIIICOLA, reiTen saetts, NO?. iv, 2'l the dliltor of the Standard. Sl:,-No man who rhas a just appreciation of what constitutes his own true interests and happiness, will atto.ept to deny that a considerable portion of it is so cloely' identified with the welfare and happiness of others, that lie cannot better promote it, even act Ing reim selfish motives, than promoting theirs. It is t is atlone which. rentders wealth and position de sara le. It is not the place which confers honour and dignity on the manul but the ma.n whose earnest, sorrect and principled conduct in his fulfiltnent of the lttles of it that stmakes the place honourable. He who asp'res to legislative or municipal power will do well to think of this; and those to whom thie privi lelges of freemen are accorded, to elect whom they pleat. as their councillors anI representatives, will o; wo I to think that their responsibility in their choice is not a ligl.t one. It them hbear in mind that on that cit lice depends w...

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HAWTHORN AND KEW VOLUNTEER RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 August 1862

I-AWTH01RN AND K(EW VOLUNNTE ER RIFLES. \Wr regret to hear that the strength of this Company at present does not exceed forty offective men, in conseqlu nce of having lost lately upwards of twenty of its members, who having ?oft tihe neighbourhood, have been transferred to other companies; a few also having returned to their native isle. Our readers will find, by referring to our advertisements, that there is to be a meeting at the drill-room (IMr. Lynch's largo room) on Monday evening next, at nine o'clock, after the general parade, for the purpose of enrolling new members; and we hope that the inhabitants will come forward in largo numbers (animated as they are with the spirit of loyalty and protection to our Queen and this our adopted country), to do their 1 utmost to sustain and perpetuate one of the greatest and noblest institutions of modern times. We may safely say that the Volunteer r movement of the present day is one of the I greatest facts ever recorded in the annals, not...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 August 1862

NOTES AND N1EWS. The dispute about the re-distribution ol thoe Hawlthorn toll fiund has led to the cmt. liloyment of no leoss than three dilf'erent par ties in taking the trallice returns. A Govern. Inent ofllicial from the department of Rail ways and Roads is engaged in taking an ac count of the trallic across the Kew bounldary nat the ]3eohivoe otel ; and the Boromndara Road Board and the Kew iMunicipal Coun cil havo each employed parties for the samel purpose, and not onily at the boundary, but also at the Ilawrthorn toll gate. With all these arrangements, surely soome satistlctory adjustmnut of the toll lfu'd will soon be ar rived at. At at meoting of the Managing Committee of the IIawthorn Iiterarv Association, held on We(lnesday cvening las t, Mr. F. J.. Wil son was elected to the joint ollices of Screc tary and Librarian, in the room of ?ir. George Everist, resigned. An Electoral Revision Court will be held a1 the court house, D.l(leonung, on Foun lay, the 15tl Septemlnbcrl l...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, AUGUST 18. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 August 1862

IIAW\TIHLO]N MUN LCIPAL COUNCIL. MosnAY, A.vousT 18. Present-Councillors Bragge, Campbell, a!nod Conran.-ln the absence of the Chair man, Councillor 13ragge presided. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and conlirmed. coIuaESoxDENCSr. To the Secretary of the Acclimatization Society, acknowledging receipt of letter of the 20th ult., and stating that the Council will cheerfilly act in the matter as requested. To the Secretary of the 'Melbourne Rail way Company, in reply to letter of the 17th inst., requesting repairs to Power street, and suggesting that the Kew Council be com municatedt with on the subject. To 1Ir. Bonnett, in reply to letter of the 8ti inst., respecting the removal of soil from Victoria road. To C. Ilodgkinson, Esq., Assistant Com missioner of Lands and Survey, respecting the appointment of managers for the Haw thorn town common, and stating that the letter had been referred to the Legislative Committee. To the Chief Secretary's ollice, forwarding bye-law N...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 August 1862

ORIGINAL CORIhE1SPONDENCE. (LetIris intended for insert ion in the SoUrrH flouornr TAonDAibvm isrrnt lie authrenticiated Iiy hlie naIc and ad. dress of tire writcr, iot receosairlrjfror jiorlicariorn, but irs a r aririritec of 9001 frith h '1iJnr is not re sponsiblefur' dhe opiniOns Of his CorrtspOhtde41s ]

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THE DISTRESS [?] LANCASHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 August 1862

TIHE i)ISTlhl S l ti I,? I A;.'Slll tI It is possible that for sonie little time y.t the drile tress ill the ntlll?teturing dlistricts mayv irctr;ilr rather thr dihlninih. .\lre:ldy it is spreail over it larger ares nl I ii.thiles ta tar greater I i it of iiit artisan pupIIltiou thanl pa.iplc at listil.a?ce ait Il Ii 't suitl "or realise. II !the si tiler rentres is iAnlufululll'iring inllustry, such as Vg?in and Si l. Ioirt, the latest retllrlln-tllhose oif list (w.Iak--slitw lhalt dlstitllltol) Is gradually lbut steadily reachillg a ltr?gr Isrnbtr of those iwho iare dir',ctly or iii. directly dpIuIdlelt on the11 cotton mills for support. At. Wigan, tsr exmlssiuule, five per cvlt, of the popil litiou are wholly withoult employment, and thus altogether dependlent on Union relif or private charity for the meaulns of subsislcnce. The Ilnumber requiring outdoor relief is increasing hIy upwards of a hundred every week. At Stockport, out of 17,000 hands usually emplotyed at tile mills; 7...

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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 August 1862

A1J"il1INi C)! PUCILIB Id1i S. TlononNIDAuA Dzsiim'ir R t) BOARD inccts al tcrnate S:turdays, at thue ffice, Catxibcrwcel, at 3 o'I.ock p um. I !AWTII(ttN MUNCICPAL. CnONCIL n ICmet every )iio:rday evening, at the. Cinncil Chambers a) 7 (-lo(Wk. !Cr.w M UICIIPAL COOUNCI meIts every 'Jctcsdaly r ruing it the Kuw Athemoaum n, at haIlt-past 7p.mn.

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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION AND FREE LIBRARY, MUNICIPAL CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 August 1862

ii AA'i'rIORN LTETIwtAii AsSOOIAT[OT N AND Filii LIBRARYY MIUNICIPAL. CIIAMBIIES. Open1 for the use of l4 eiibers on Tuesdays, \Vcu1 o ..Cft.Il'SA F, 't'hursdaLys, ind :utuzrdays, frome SevnII to ',1 ui, i k pu.m .['hu tinily anduulocal anewvsp:aipers Iii. I. orn' uluid onu tue ta~ble, anud nglugisiu mausgazinies nn suttut as arrivedt.

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MUNICIPAL COUNCILLORS. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 August 1862

MUlNICIPAL COUNOILLORS. Tb the Editor of the Standard. Sci,--Taving on lMonday voening Inst at tended the meeting of the IlHawthorn Miunici pal Council, it was to mo a matter of deep rogrot as well as surpriso to observe ono councillor giving uttorance to Iis sentioneats in ia imost rnibling, ing, colherent, and exceed ingly poeronail manner. I sec by tho local press tha tlhis said councillor, as i rule, sits in his plice in the Council its a " dumilny," haviFn little or no fresh matter to introduco ; tand tis iasuredly a pity to note that wiohn he is brought up) to the speaking point, he gives expressiolt to the inost iiuumeaniing abuses and chihlish babble over listoned to. Such scones as weore enacted last ovening I trust are not of 'frequent occurronco, al though I have been credibly informed that this is not the lirst timn this councillor has ipplearod at the board-emnorging from his wonlted obscuerity-.v umtbra in solein-in a state which riedereod it pretty apparent to thel be...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 August 1862

Lb the Editor of the Slanahrd. Srt,--As the quidlnuncs of the day have appareltly been very busy to find out who are resolved to be aspirants for municipal honors, I trust you will be able' to set the matter at rest in your next issue of the S0n.:h Bourke Standard by a formal nllnouncement of the candidates' names; for when you walk along the streets some port, meddling, gab bling, busy-body arrests your progreas, what ever your haste may be, to glean some infor mnation as to who are our ftutuie muncipal representatives. In some cases opinions are interchanged, the merits and demerits of some of the parties on the tapis are freely discussed, then each person hurrioe off at a double pacJ to make good the time lost, pleased with the felicitous fruition of his own opiiions. Now, Mr. Editor, if you should not deem me prolix or impertinent, I shall'have an in expressible pleasure in imnparting to you the results of my observations and experience during the last few days, which I have bri...

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To the Editor of the South Bourke Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 August 1862

To thse Editor of the South BourRA Standard. Sam,--I bog to thnnk Mr. Publicola for his last week's letter, assuring hint that he mado himself thoroughly understood t to that I really have nothing more to obelct co.' If over I should see anything ob Jetionablo in his futuro correspondence, 1-not being much of a newspaper writer-will carefully road over his letter, amd erase the non-under standabllo words as they stand, and leave the paper at your oflico for his second perusal. Sincerely thanking hhn for his friendly remarks, I go on my way rejoicing t and remain, yours truly. Hawthorn, Aug. 14, 1862.

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ANECDOTE OF SIR HUMPHREY DAVY. (Better told than by Macadam.) To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 22 August 1862

ANEODOTE OF SIR HUMPHlREY DAVY. (Better told than by aLtcadam.) Zb the Editor of the Standard. If the bookseller's shop in High-street were consecrated as the meeting place of Coleridge and Southey, and subsequently Wordsworth (for when Charles Lamb used to look down for a week to see them, Cottlo had retired firom the trade), there is another spot--namnely, the house in the north angle of Dowry-square-where the same men also as:emobled with another distinguished associ ate in the person of young Davy, the chemist. Dr. Beddoes, the friend of all the literary men who came to Bristol and the chief prac titioner in the city and Ilotwells, was anxious to try the ffetct of inhaling certain gases in cases of consumption, and as his friend Mr. Lamobton (whoso son, afterwards Lord Dur ham, was at pupil of Dr. Beddoes), placed £1500 at his disposal, and that open handed potter, \Vedgowood, £1000, towards making the experiment, the house in the corner of Dowry-square was taken and fitted up f...

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