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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 September 1862

1IA1W'I`TJ1ORLN POLICE COURIT. ', iuEsAvY, SElc' Li '2. [Before P. O'Brien, FHq., .P., Chairman, \W. 1L Pettett, Esq., J. 1P'., and Dr. Embling, J.P.] T\ LAIN TErrN ON.-William 'PIurner 1was sum noned by Sarah Hayeus for the maintonance 3f his illegitimate child. The defendant did aot appear'. The plaintiff deposed that she was a servant, residing at present with hcr parents at Nunawnading. The doefendant was keeping company with her for twelve months before the child was born, which event oc curred on the 8th February last, at the Ly ing-in Hospital. William Turner is the father of the child, and contributed to its maintenance a short time. The last limoney plaintiff received from him was about three months ago, when hli sent lier £1 in a letter. Ins inot now seen him for four'monthsi The summons was served on him at Andeison's Creek,. Ann IHayes, the mother of the plaintiff, corroborated the above statement, and also deposed that Turner acknowledged that lie was the father of thie...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8TH. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 September 1862

IAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDar, SEPTEMBER STIr. Present-D. 3M'Dougall, Esp., Chairman, Councillors Bragge, Conran, Campbell, and [[ill. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. To the Prothonotary, informing him of the appointment of D. M'Dougall, Esq., to the chairmanship of the Municipality. To M3. Lynch, Esq., stating that his letter had been referred to the surveyor to report upon. To T. [Macintyre, esq., stating that his letter had been referred to the Public Works committee. To J 3Monahan, Esq., collector for the Mel bourne Hospital, stating that the Council are not in a position to comply with his re. quest for a donation in aid of the funds of that institution. From theu 3oroondara District :Road Board, stating that the contract for works at Cam berwell had been accepted, for the sutm of £133 18s., subject to the app'roval of the Council, and on their agreeing to bear amoiety of the cost. . From the agent of the .ltelbourune Adver tise...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 September 1862

KEW MUNICiPAL COUNCIL TUESDAY, SIEPTrMIICn 9. Present-John Iall'ey, E1., Chi; Councillors Fox, Cranwell, Wharton, s Carson, and Lewis. The minutes of the previous meetis g read and conlirmued. CO IRESPON DIO;CE. From the Town Clerk of E?Ieranl asking for a copy of the bye-lai to pre the destruction of' birds by the uwe d ishanghae" or catapult. Coullcillor Lewis aid there lutc it niounlderstanding in reference to ta..<? The Chairman remnarked that the 1 referrred to had never been gzctt id. From the Secretary of the Ach lin;i Society, asking tir acopy of the ?ou:li.. The Town Clerlk was in?truc i tl the above letters, and state that Iite referred to had not been .?:rtiouid. ]F'roln the Warrenanhlol llirt 130oard, requestilg the Condlil i? !', r., ioumorino l to His Excellency ihl (6r p'iy hg him to change the colnttllt'.e the hinucial year froml the 1.4 lllu:n !r 1st ,July, in order that the road ~,~r6 be executed in the most favourable ,t.t the year. On the anO tion of C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 September 1862

J. BRIGHTWELL, FURNISIINGC BULLEEN ROAD), KEW, (Near lthe Boroondara General Ccmetery.) Funerals Furnished on the must reasonable terms, and at the shortest notice. MOURNING COACIHES AND IIEAltSES SUPPLTEI]. FAMILY BUTCHER, MAIN ROAD, HAWTHORN. SMALL GOODS MADE ON TIIE PREMISES. FAMILIES WAITED ON FOR ORDERS. .,B.-All Goods at lowest cash Prices. F. J. GEOFFREY, PRACTICAL House' Painter, Glazier, Decorative .Paperhlanger, fic., MAIN ROAD, KEW, Next the Uni'ed Mlethodist Free Church. ENTLEMEN desirous of FINDING ''IIIlR OWN MATERIALS will fand this an opportunity of having thern faithfully and ju diciously.used, with the strictest economy, comnbined with good workmanship. COLOURING In all Its Branclles. Contracts for General Repairs. Country Jobs promptly attended. KEW 'DISPENSARY. F. BARNARD, (Member of thie Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain,) OHEMIST, DRUG-GIST, & PERFUMER. Thie utmost care cstowed onil thile prparation ol Prescriptions and Famlily ltecipcs. N.II.--Dr...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 September 1862

IAWTIIORN POLICE COURT. TUEsnD?, SEPTEMBER ,0. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairmann, Dr. Embliug, J.P., and M. O'Grady, Esq., MLP,, J.P.] 31AINTElNAN,,E.-Sarah IHayes v. William Turner. Maintenanco of an illegitimate child. This case was postponed last week to secure the attendanceo of the defendant, for whdso apprehensionj n warrant wsa issued. It appears that he had left the place where the summons was served on him, and had not yet been found. The Bench therefore postponed the case fbr another week. No Lromsrs.--Oswald Iroelnor was charged by Constable Cregan with having no light on his dray. The offence was ad. mitted, and the Bench inflicted a flue of Is. and 5s. costs. Edmvard M'Grath was summoned by consta. blo M3'Kenzie for a similar offence. The de fendant dmlitted the charge, but said he was hardly, across the river when the constable saw h?im. This being ai second offlnce; lie was fined 2s. OId. and is. costs. No A?1r'J,,,,A.Non.--Kirwood v. Toogood; Ilyrno y. Britt;...

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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 September 1862

MEETINGS OF PUIJIO BODIES. Bon inenAn& PrnRsrCT Roan PROAn m(e4+ ai), t r-nitce Salurdnays, at the OJRce, Canherwell, at 3 S'Irock p.m' HIKW'rTIoII 3) r'Nt'!A;. (nITN'Ir. ,IIeets every Jtnjdnv evening, at the Counvil Cilujiberrs na 7 ndIoekc EttIngM at thea. Cnw thrrenu, mts every 'rt 7 pam everting at the h~ew Athenaeum, a It halfl-pult 7 p,.m.

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12TH, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 September 1862

,FRIDAY, SEPTEMIBEI t 12ru, 1802. Ic will be seen by our reports of the Muni cipal Councils of Hawthorn and Kew, and the Boroondara District Road Board, that the vexed question of the toll fund has been seftled, though we cannot help saying that we believe the decision to be both unfair and unjust. Kew has certainly obtained the lion's share of the spoil, and Joroondara must yoet wait for the " good time coining." Looking at the matter only in a business point of view, it seems to us that Hawthorn and Boroondara have a right to be dissatis. flied with the decision. If KIew contributes one-third of the trafllic, then in estimating the amount coming to that Mlunicipality, is. 8d. has to be deducted from the Gs. Sd., to go towards Richmond; so that Kew gets its total contribution, without allowing any thing to Boroondara for the large influx of trafflic arising from that district. On the other hand, Inawthorn contributes two thirds of the trafice, which would entitle it to 13s. 4d., le...

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BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 6. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 September 1862

BOROONDARA. DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, G. Present-R. Kent, Esq., Ohairman, ?Messra. Coakley, Robinson, Downing, Webb, and Hurry. The minutes of the previous meetuig were read and confirmed. CORIfSPONDENOE. To the Secrotary of the. Gardiner Road Board, requcsting that the account due to this Board be paid in on or before the 11th inst. To Messrs. Snith and Eddy,acknowledging the receipt of their letter of the 22nd ult., and stating that the work would be proceeded with at once. To J. Towt, Esq., in reply to lotter of the 10th ult., declining to undertake the respon sibility of setting out the boundaries for his fence. Frontm r. M. Davoren, contractor, asking for an extension of the time for signing the bond until he could mako arrangements fur securing a sup ply of stone for his contract on Moloney's-road. It was stated that Mr. Davoren would not take up the contract if he did not succeed in getting the stone from a particular quarry, muid on the motion of Mr. Robinson...

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MEETING OF THE NEW BOARD [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 September 1862

MlEETING OF TJIu NEW 1BOAID After the election, the new Board assembled to transact business. There were present--Messrs Yeomans, Keogh, Perry, Corke, White, Bennett, Ellingworth, and Sutton. The Secretary stated that their firt business would be to elect a chalrman. Moved by Mr. lllingworth,and seconded by Mr. Suttn-Th-'l'at:.lr. Berry be the chairmna for the year. Amendmeont proposed by Mr. Berry, and seconded by Mr Xeogh-That Mr. W. Yeomans be the chair man for the year. rThe amendment was put and carried, five voting for it and two against it. lMr. Yeomans, having been declared :dily' elected, look the chair, and said that he could not belp feeling proud of the confidence placed in him.. It was n full answer to a hireling and partial newspaper, and showed how little that paper know of the feelings of the ratepayers of Nunawading. Twice that day had a verdict been pronounced in his thvonr; and he sincerely thanked them; and as he believed that jealousy had been one of t"e great c...

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PUBLIC WORKS REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 September 1862

- Vo report wa brought I up i, followite have to report upon the T lT C' I.t.s referred to them, namely, ;owU"., ,Ilicnion for trees, and Mr. Ill "' "lisr t fIr rpairs to Wellington h ' , .h..v,. in ~ollings's case, granted tlt'. i. ,n ioas far as rogar1d the roads fl 'Il . lleuty's, on the payment of till.' I r?.t ,ld on cotndlition of his grub ie . 11 '1 l illing and levelling the l?lt , j t Nr icvaln's matter they have ' the S.'yor to etmploy day labour i ~rtotl. 'n in \\ea li ngton-street. 1,i l o aut1lor'ised the Surveyor dwy. ;)Hlabotur in repairing the worst "' Li tt's.road so as to make it pass 'fle bo rii oi0 i the pIliyment to S. Iof- 2 fI cur miling grfvel to Charles 'i, have, also to reconincnd that, the "lr ', For'.stler, for the works at Kellett's I.t ,l 'llri iville--'adamoun atiIngto £'2017s., Sc.,ted;l and have to report that Forster i." i,,'et"ledl to get the coutnflinatio of a. 1'" ~ lf l i oni nehountsC of his 1presicut con. eil, Iri., Clrson and lalley agreed oi...

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NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 September 1862

I~NNAIADING DISTRICT ROAD 3BOARD. T'IUItSDAY, SEITEMDEIl 6. Presnt--" r Yeomnl, COhairman, l Meesrs. o n, In n, cogh, S ?rgnt, and Whito. ''liand confmod previous mcotig were ho ehaillu redl a r ecoiptl for £510s.10d. ofg tile flmoult requirod for the purchnse Of tIb InId from Mossrs, Fisher and Killtrd, recquired for widening Delany'o-road at Bol eter's Hill. On the motion of Mr. Berry, seconded by MAr. Keogh, the amount was' ordered to bl paid. coRyRs.5POxNDEsNE. To the lion. the Commissimcier of Railwavs and loads, in reference to thieHlawthuort tLll fund. To the Chief Secretary, making application for the Goveurnmeat Gazele Prom the lRoads and Bridges ollice, inform. ing the Board that the penalties were struck out of the bye-laws because the Board had no legal power to enforce them. The t'ecretilarr laid on Ithe t!,le colies of the (,.orrn Luls C'ir'eul', forwa'ded by that department. TENDERS Were opened fir works on the Boundary road between Nunawading and Mulgrave, Cr'ossmman...

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NUNAWADING ROAD BOARD.— ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 September 1862

NUJNAWADING ]lO:XD BIOA0 D.- ANNUAL MEETING. Last Wednesday, the annual meeting of the ratepayers of the road district of Nuna wading was hold at Delany's Royal Hotel, for the purpose of clccting a new Board, striking a rate, and appointing auditors. The meeting was opened by Mr. W. Yeo mans, chairman of the Board, who, having read the advertisement convening the meet ing, called upon those present to elect a chairman. Mfessrs. Keogh, Ellingworth, Smith, and Sutton were severally proposed for the ofllico; but Mfessrs. Smith and Sutton declined the honour. A division was then called for, scrutineers wcro appointed, and the Chair man announced that as the votes were equal he should give his casting vote in thvour of Mr. Keogh. At this announcement there was great excitement, several people calling upon Mr. Keogh to leave the chair. After a time, however, the confutioh subsided, and the Chairman called upon the mcoting to pro. ceed with the nomination of candldates for a now Board. Thi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 September 1862

A- V TItORI0 N ,T1lAR ? AsSOCIATION. -"rlinc"at the TOW\VN HALL, Hawthorn, on ,D?l PI ENING, SLPT. 16Tu, 1862, IIn IIIs IINOR JUSTICE CHAPMY[AN. Ijc artlrthqLakes in New Zealand. 11oN. C. GAVAN DU ;FFY (tulz 1,E11ti)' T OE TI1H ASSOCIATION) WILL PRESIDE. Iein-mbelSixerSce, S Sionl Members One rs lopen t If If.past Seven o'clock, Lecture to once at tIgh, . w'r/l0l{N LI'lEltARY ASSOCIA TION. lE ,illlIIIAN will be in attendance c l,,, ItII?t)'1 E' cll.gs from 5 to hal'lf-past 5 • I"lruseof OXC ILANGIN G BOOKS. -?3TJE ELECTORS8 OF TILE UTIIERN PROVINCE, 1ITL IMIN,-- A vacancy existing in cour ripresntIlItion, I have tihe honor to in lur slrOhges on im behallf. ]'esonatlly kllown i; of thle (Constitency, and having been for ovars in the legislative Assembly, a lengthened tlatiollof i ny l olitical Ol)inionll is. I hope .tirv ''o every iCenasure cIIlInlltei d to pro it lcu:llcrl inlltcrsts of the Colony generally ii civ my rlwarm slllupport; while the iltetrests co Sun eastitUency should ...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 September 1862

JNOTES AND NEWS. On Saturday afternoon, a wood-carter named Michael Moloney discharged a load of wood in a right-of-way leading off Queens borry-street, North Melbourne. As soon as the cart was empty, a number of children got into the dray, when the horse bolted. Maloney tried to stop it, but fill down, and the wheell went over him, injuring both his back and ribs. One of the children named Laurence Brennan, six years old, was knocked down, and his right log severely injured, the calf being laid open. Bath sufllrors were removed to tho hospital. Several other of the children in thoe dray were slightly injured.--Argius. The district coroner held an inquest on Saturday last, at nlulgravo, on thoe body of mn'nrv Alfred M['lDermott, the infant son of _a ftarmer in that locality. According to the evildence of the mother, the child, who was two and a half years old, was perfectly well on Tuesday last, but shortly afterwards coman plainled of a soro throat. ]eo again seemed bctter, but two...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 September 1862

It. NAS]I, Contractors' Agent. Quantiti ics eai Pt. tihtluh.s furnished. 'l'endc rs prepareI, I)clo, its paid. Adrnlies ande I':limu? oitaflined witlhouit delay. O()fles, 28 ( illidi-.-te'et west. Mehlbourne. --- ---·_________------ WILLIAM' RAWLE, FAMILY CIH-EMIST, (.llcember of the I'karoarrretical Society of Great JDritsin,) UPPER IXW\'TITORN, Begs to intitmnte to the residents of Hawthorn and the adj tent Townships, that his Estillishinentlt is now replete with nil entire New Sto'k of 1)rugs, Chemlnicals, &c., anti tlhat every care tand atltentioll has been shown as regalrds purily ill selection and exlperinclle in ll nlllflcture. Prescriptions and Private lecilpes will have his unremitting personal attention, combined with neatt.. ness Andl despatclh. Enema anlld il.oast Syringes on Sale or Hlre. Medictal A ppliances of every description. 'iess alnd Iuhin's, Atkineo'ms, liimmell's lien drie's aid Oosnell's P'erfinery; genuine Elau deco 1 logne; Ilndelible Ma:uking Ink; ...

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A WORD TO ROBIN HOOD. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 September 1862

A WORD TO ROnBIN HOOD. 2b the Editor of the Standard. Smn,-In your issue of the 5th inst. npprrrs a letter written by a person calling himself Robin Hood. I have been in this district near twelve years, and thought I know as many in the districb Its most peoplot but 1 have no knowledge of that gentleman, and ant o oopinion that it shouhl have been "Little John," Iunt however, if I had been a rate collector I might have known suoh a personage. The former part of Robhi hood I shall leave for thoisogentlomentuonnswor wiose namesaromontloned, and.confne myself to the latter portion of his letter, which must ol necessity refer to me, being the only rnndidato.living on Barckly road, and lowest on the poll. Now, Sir, these are two things of which I am not ashamed. In the first place, where I follow my larwful ivocation is my ,ien. As regards tholatter. 1 hiave known better men thaln myselt'cl to bo defotel mitil have cltluse to retreat fi'e It t ile!, but onlly to watch the mo\veienlts of ...

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THE FUTURE OF THE BRITISH NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 September 1862

TIE FUTURE OF 'IIE BRITISII NAVY. (FRno TaII CoIRNIII,,. PAiA?z.Ix..) It might be otherwise if we happened to be a nation of Frenchmen; but: we are Britons, seamen, sois of sea-kings, rulers of the waves, and whatever satis thetion we cnan ind in imprroved artillery is dashed with i regret anld a dread. These guns have made an end of our ships; they have swept the seas of haln heir poetry, and cut all the romiance, all the heart, a:1 tie inspiratioln, out of nava:l wari'fare. In future, our ihroes will be sent ito sea in p5lontoolns; anld how hard they will filnd it to lie heroes and stokers at tlhe same tie!- to find glory in the collision of a sort of her inetically-scaledsardine-boxesl T lsavages(hlitherto esteemed peculiarly rude because of tiheir style of fighting) wiho settle tlleir quarrels by butting their heads togother, imany :now holl dup those'heads with the bravest and most intelligent naval strategists in Europe. The Nelson of the next age will never dare open ni oyste...

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HAWTHORN AND KEW RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 September 1862

11AWTilORN ANND KEW 1RIFLES. We beg to call the attention of our local volunteers to a list of parades, &c , as printed below, by which they will perceive that they are required to attend two parades a week, one of which is compulsory. It is very ne cessary that every mnembcer should attelnd the company parade, as it is impossible to go through theo complany drill with fifteen or twenty members. Wre were surprised, on Monday evening, to find that many members who are living within a hundred yards of the parade ground were absent. The next com ipany parade will take place on Monday, at six o'clock, when we hope to see a much larger attendrance. On Saturday last a very interesting match took place at the butts, amongst the com pany. It appears that about twenty of the members who had entered for the sweepstakes, and paid 2s. Gd. entry, assembled at the butts, on the day mentioned, and fired five rounds each at 130 and 200 yards; andt after some very good firing with the Lancas...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 September 1862

OIaIC4NArI CORIUSLESOiNDENOfl. ELeiFre i utv nrhl for,. iserlimu in thlue SoUTn Ioulg s STAND. ARDu mtU hU nmu utluuiuutucuatt by tlhe ,uuuuuw and ad dlress eul Iql/ uu'witer, ,nut ecrcxrrurilu /br puuduicution, butt an a uuuruiuutu't? of /ouud 'lithUt, Tue Jditor is nol re sjuuuuble for tle opuuionsuq!/' lis Corrcspondents t

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 September 1862

-0 HAWTHORN POLICE COURT., TursDAY, SEPTEM?]ER 10. [Before P. O'Bricn, Esq., J.P., Chairman, and the lion. T. 11. Power, M3.L.C., J.P.] No LionT.-James Eitzgerald was charged by Constable L'Keicizie with having no light on his dray, on the night of tho le1st Septem ber. The defendant admitted the charge, and was fined 1s. and 5s. costs. WVoanl riD LAnou.--V illiam -Ienry Smith v. James Supple. Work and labour 13s. Gd. The defendant did not appear. The plaintiff proved the service of the summons, alid stated that the amount claimed was a balance of an account for ploughing four acres of land. Verdict for the amount, with 5s. costs. \rWoc AeD Lalnoun.-ITenry Kidner v. lHenry Walters. W\\ork and labour £2 10s. The p;laintilf stated that he was employed by the defendant, a butcher, residing at Boroon dara, at the rate of £1 5s per week. lie entered the defendant's service on Thursday, the 10th July. On the following Saturday he received no wages, but on the Satulrdav week the defendant ...

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