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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 September 1862

NEW ZIEALAND, The following necount of the new gold- it field discovered in the province of Otago ap- . peared in the Otago Daily 'imes :--"At thel ,juc:tion of the Manuherikia with the MIoly- n illi , y'O meet with the ilrst indic:tion of ) the afdvent of the digiger to this hitherto se- I lchiled loilitv. It i.+ in this neighboirhood that the (IhvOrelnL:et ipros'ieti g tarlty ii'e'hav't mtorked out their ('hulm; lnd, jd Trig from the dishful I saw washed, I should sYy thei have no reason to grlnble at; their luck. Fromn Miinuheriki., oil to Cole P int, ai dis tance ot' six miles, I passretl dtil lached Itlrtits'' of diggers washing ?lanid onl the river's edge a with tin dlishles, not one that I could see be ing possessed:of a cradle. The results obtained l from lthis method of working varied fromu two or three grains to an occausional peinulweight ; but those at work assiured no e that if they 1 had a craldle they could easily Ina'e daily 1 from 30s. to £2 a man. At Cole Puoinit, ...

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THE FOOTPATHS. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 September 1862

TiliE FOOTPATIIS. To the Editor of eho Standard. Sin,--I wish to inform our worthy IIaw thorn councillors that they don't study the comfort of the Hawthorn ladies at all, or they would never allow such precipitous cross ings to exist in the line of' the footpaths of our principal thoroughfitre. I have often ox pected to hear of or sustain some accident at these snares to the unwary; but for. tunately I have cscaped thus far, although I have sometimes been in the greatest danger. I am sorry to trouble you so early after the election, but with the continuanco of' fine weather we may expect our footpaths to be more thronged than usual ; consequently the chances of accident will be greater. I have often thought that Dr. Bragge might have seen the danger of those places, and used his influence with his brother councillors to get small foot bridges placed at the crossings. iBut no; I really do think he cannot see the utility of improving those places yot. I hope lie will study the safety ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. EARTHQUAKES IN HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 September 1862

ORIGINAL POETRY. EARTHQUAKEDs IN HIAWTHORN. The following extraordinary advertisement ap. peared in lTuesday's Argo{:--' luwl irn LIiterary ,issocittion -A Lecture this uvtilig, at eigiiL o'clock, by His Honour AMr. Jnstico Chapmnp:, in the 'rown lall, on l'h EartI'lltmkcs in ithe Chair.' The lion. Cthas. Gavat It.ll)' (ltha Presi dent of the Association) will presih." Ilis Ilolou llts certainly selectedl a rematrkablle subject to dilate upon. E:trthloakes in the chair,' must surely be ollo of Ithe ltst scclrets t science. Th1e lecture las, howevetr, leen ostpllod.-llerald Was it :ll illiocclt it.4,nllkc ? Or grave ir',gllo.ticatioi ? Or diai the w'it ri's ierlves all shako, From ye'ternighlt's potation ? For surely he did not intend Our worthy M.b.A. Should witness what the writer penned 'T would frighten him away. We've heard of earthllqakes on the lahnd, Without one breath of air; 1But what are they, though awfill grand, To " Earthqattktes in the Chair ?" No wonder he who was to ...

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THE PROVIDENT INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 September 1862

THE PROVIDENT INSTITUTE. A portion of the veil which covered the affairs of the Provident Institute has at last been lifted. A public meeting of the deposi tors, convened by the directors, was hbld at the Mechanics' Institute on Tuesday. The hall was crowded to excess by some (00 or 700 persons, the majority of whom belonged appllaently to the lower classes, a large pro portion of them being females. The chair was taken by the Rev. Jfames Ballaityne, and the proceedings were commuenced by Mr. Sydes, the accountant appointed to draw up a statement of the allfairs of the institute. If read over the items of a balance-sheet, in which the liabilities and assets of the insti tute were fitully set forth, and a deficiency of £32,036 (s. 3d. was shown to exist. MIr. Sydes further more stated that he believed about £30,000 would have to be subtracted fromn the supposed amount of the assets, and that with careful management, the estate might be made to pay 15s. in the pound. More than two hou...

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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 September 1862

I I,,ONUli t E' PUBLIC AUDIES,. .' ilul I I N C IAt htrI. CIJU B'I.t meets Id-r 11 rrlctt e Saturdays, ar thle Ullire, UL lberweU, at 3I Ild\tt1.TUI( n MUNICIPA.I CU)I:Ya'II. meetst every~ ;tllllllly eveeing116 at thle alruli-il Ujlilil cel· at lust ViNCzu.t Go;sti,. meets every Tuesday ar,.liig Ittta L~i~ v .t Id~ a I, at j.I~lCIp tit 7 p~lm.

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19TH, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 September 1862

FRIDAY , vElPTEfE.\[ IJI 10mrl, 1812. Tai: discovery of another goldfield in New Zeahand has had its usual effect upon the unsettled population of Victoria, in tempting them to leave their present avocations for lwhat to thenm appears a more brilliant pros p:ct. The news of a single lucky " find" of the precious metal is sufficient to make them pack their "swngs," and start to the utter most parts of the earth, thinking lightly of tilhe hardships of the way and the chances of ill-luck and starvation which may await them upon their arrival at thi goal of their hopes. So it has always been since the gold discoveries ilrdt tempted the surplus population of the world to our shores; and so it appears likely to coatinue, notwithstanding the many severe lessons hitherto chronicledl. The return of the thousands deluded to Port Curtis would have been sullicient warning to most persons; the Snowy River had its hunidreds of victims; from the first rush to New Zealand the dig gers returned as p...

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MUNICIPAL DOINGS. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 September 1862

-0-- M IUNICIPAL )DOINGS. bo the .idi/or of the Standard. Fmn,-As one naturally interested in the prosperity of the district, I holpe these few remarks of mine will not be misplaced. Ilaving an hour to spare last Monday evening, I took a stroll to the court-hlous to learn how our councillors transact their business, all ticipating at least a treat from listening to the speelches of the various members. But thero l learnt that in the ulliplicity of counllcillors there is not wisdolm; but rather, that "Too manny cooks spoil the broth." In the first place, Mr. Councillor Pettett (our now blood) sent a protest, forsooth, against the business there and then being transacted, ias 1he could not at tend; which, had the same been allowed, would have compelled tile various contractors to wait for their just duoes aweek longer. Does the worthy Couneillor forget whle in ]lawthorn that ollr nllnnows of con tractors require their pay as well as tile Goverlment Tritons; or does he think how the gr...

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PUBLICOLA, FIFTH SERIES, No. XVIII. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 September 1862

PUBLICOLA, FII'Tu SErtES, No. XVrI. Lb the .Editor of the Standard. Sln,-That an appeal should be made In vain to aid i increasing thie funds for raising a memorial to teach piosterity the appreciation in which we, tihe men of his generation, esteemed as a man, and admired for his goodness, a Prince who not only possessed the power of mind to conceive, but the heart and the will to carry into practclet, many pdans to improre the social and Industrial Interests of the world. Although it would have come with a better grace as a free-will oflbring rather than a solicited one, yet I do not hold that it is, as a writer in one of the daily papers re nmarks,unseasonable in support of which It Is asserted that there are so nlaay and such urgeint claims upon ius is excuses us from bestowing a second thought upon the matter. It is true that either by misgo. vermnell lt or imuprovidence, we ihavein our very midst a degreeof poverty, misery, anduestitution unparalelled in any other as itch ia c...

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KEW POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 September 1862

KlE\ POL1CE COUR1T. SWI;INs ES.t), SIW'T3Itantia 17. it l,.re. I alllby, Esq., JT.P., Chairman, ;reet.wiOid, Esiq., J.P., and Dr. Elibling, SI,,lll'r.-Chlarles luarshell was charged - lrI (iray with having no light on 1 lr.l. 'I'hII t ni Ilndt admitted the offence, I t ., l , th t he had lent his lantern to ,a', prcccedtilg him, thinking that one I t IulI be suilicient for both. lined Is. \ t'l'oItri:cTeD Dnitt.--Toseph Bavis I ii, .iiinincl bly Constable Donelly for I,:i; Ishie h ami dray~ unprotected." The tI tl. dpollsed that between seven and i ,'lik oI Saturday night, ho saw the i t's dra., stanldiung on the off side of ir I:l, plsite the Prospcct Iill Hotel, fl,,lt :iye one in charigo of it. The dray t:, lin? ihero some time, and the wheel It i ltl. Jined ls. anud 5s. costs. i\ .'; .AN l\llouia-eorge W\Voodward ! Iavsi. \\orlk alld linlour .1 35s. ir'iti, the patentee of " Woodward's ' rii." t posed that on the 24th August I in? iliried him that the defendant had I. lit his hu...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 September 1862

Jo the Editor of'lho Standard. SIt,-ldIntUII'v'Ig Imysetlf with tin prin?cilo which Hollo of your cn?rel'spndll)llI hae IItlvocntd fromn its cOlnIuIIncementlllII. hit Itt it appear n to mce, front only o1nO point or view. which, Ilhowever correct that view Imay h t r o rdig t to thI lilnltled slpuco it occupies, canl only hle irceptable to olto cluss of readors, poermit me, Sir, to further aid in advocating tise sameno cate, taking my observations from another point, whilh, if it accomplishes no other good, may tempt oth'res-. as it has tempted me, to seek to on.cupv a spa?e in your journal. If it does this may 1bjec(t will be at tained, and we may secure a survey of the whole circle, not only of passing ievental but of gre..t truths which ony be a means of draTwing manly within the inftleper of their pr tical operation. Having many suibjects to offtr for consaideralion to those who seek their own good in advancing the good of all, permit tmi, without further preface, to consider my...

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

lI \V . -,110 .N 1TE Alll' Y A S O0C ALTI ON. illdelitred it the TOWVN HALL, IIawthorn, ;l'A\ ]~\;iNING, SenT. 23rd, 1802, Ilk 1118 llONOlR R, JUSTICE CHAPMAN, tiUltect-hIIe Earthquakes in New Zealand. IO: 1N. C GAVAN DUFFY (TIru Stl:IIal)gE T OF TIHE ASSOCIATION) WILL 1]PRESIDE. miio-,Cll bers Sixpce, Non-lMembers One ,ors epel at half-past Seven o'olock; Lecture to con Wence at Eight. \W'I1II0N LITTERARY ASSOCIA TION. 11; LIBRARIAN will be in attendance , FIlIDAY Evenings from 5 to half-past 5 the plurpose of EXCHANGING BOOKS. TO TIlE ELECTORS O? TIHE OUTHERN PROVINCE. ;NATL [MEN,--A vacancy existing in your representation, I have the honor to in " by'r suflfages on my behalf. Personally known man1,. of the Constituelny" and haviog been fnr otars in the Legislative Assembly, a lengthened apitlation of llmy :Olitilcal opinions is. I hope ecTssary. To every measure calculated to pro. tole c material intelr sts of the Colony genornlly .uld give ly warlm support; while the interests i...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 September 1862

INOUTES AND NEWS. Last Tuesday night a lecture was to have been delivered to the members of the Tatw. thorn literary Association by lfis lonor Mr. Jl ustice Chapmani ; but owing to some nmis understanding on the part of the learned gentlieman, who was under the impression that.iuºt n ''ue.day had been fixed upon lbr the lecture, he didl not put in an alppealranee. Il'iwneveir, in his note of apology, lie said he .lhould be haIppy to ldeliver Ii promised ]ce. it ur next 'uesiday evening, when we trust it ]'g uiumhber of the memblners of t;he AssoCiaL tiL? and their fricnda will attend. A Special Court of Petty Sessions was held at laiwthorn. last l'uzsdla.f. Fo the putr'pose of revisitg the ileetoral Lists for tihe Boroon data A and 13 divisions of the district of South Bourkn . The sit ting magistrates were 11. +ny. Eq.. M. O'(4rady, Esq., M.P., and DI)r. Inm litit . I)r. Bragge. the Irei' trr f tr the district. suittitted I hirty-one claims for thl, lloroondae: a A division, antd o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 September 1862

DI8TIIESS IN IRELAND. Q UBSO IP'TIONS in aid of tho fund for L. the rellof of the distress in'the South and West of Irelatid, collocted by lMra..John Couran, Governor ilohanlli otel, llnawthorn. D. M'l)ongall 1I 1 0 D1 -vidt 1 - ... 1 . 0 IJnn. It 8. An dursou, M.L.A. 10 10 0 cl. .enny, -5 0 John Conran.., 3 3 0 J.levanand Co. 2 0 *W. 1'. White and Co ... .. 2 2 0 A Friend 1.. I I0 Lsaac Lyons ..1 I 0 Lr. l,. Smith, SM.L.A... . I 1 0 Mrs Seacome... I 0 0 G. W. ... 010 0 Barney Mlier .. 0 5 W. Blrophy 0 5 0 &: Sparkes ., 0 6 0 Mrs. AlMoss 5 0 M. Lamb .. 0 5 0 J. Patterson .. 0 5 0 J.lRei. ., 0 5 0 .Br 0gge '., 0 5 0 W. Murd ,ch 0 5 0 "Rd. Jlnkins .. 0 6 0 T'llos. Graham I 0 0 mrs. II unean u 0 I 0 Mrs; Puttett .., 0 10 0 Mrs. Conran .. 1 0 Michael Logan 0 10 0 Willilam J. Mar. tin .. ... ... 0 10 0 A Friend.. ... 10 0 John Iamnlllton 0 10 0 - M'tLaughlan 0 10. I SS. J. Mitchell 0 10 0 M. O'Callaghan 0 10 0 Richard Dance 0 10 0 SJ. L. Kenny .. 0 10 0 Miss Thompson 0 10 0 'Thos...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 September 1862

, ?.?lJ?; .outb tl, 3lottve ,,aIIltc. FRIDAY, SEPTEMIBEP 26rt, 1862. STa . election of a representative for the ,,Southern Province to serve in tho Legis lativo Council of Victoria will take place ne xt Mlonday. Two candidates are in the field, both of whom have in their (lay aspired to the functions of legislators, and are " again desirous to secure a field for the ex. Scrcise of their patriotism according to their different views. They . both refer the electors to the opinions they have before expressed on political subjects; --but do not venture to touch upon much that is new. Certainly this is not so ur ".gently required in a candidate for a seat , among our colonial peers, to whom most matters are referred second-hand, as it would be in a candidate fobr the Assem bly, where the actual business of legisla tion is carried on, quarelled about, or foughb over; but something more is re quired than to advocate a district Couu cils Bill, or carefully to watch the carry. ing out of act...

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PUBLICOLA, FIFTH SERIES, No. XIX. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 September 1862

PUBLICOLA, rFTT1I S?ERIEs, NO. XIX. ' b the Editor of the Standard. SBI,-Many have an opinion that alnonymous writ. ing is extremely objectiolnble. If it he so, permit nc,.ns one who has often vallledo myself of it, to put ip a plea for its defence like all other principles of ,sction, it has its good and its evil attaclmnlots, its uses andl its abuses. I nnsilder that there are cir .calnltances in which It is ont only desirable lut es s itiall..nand %iiwheil no pIerotinalilte s are indulged in, it :enahles the writer to lead.the render iinto the dccpst .recesses of his miind it a way which could nolt hI oilbeted If the alttntion of the reader was arreste.l by oclsiderattiol of the social 1)os1ion orl other pecu I anrities of the writer The gain of ties use of the Sanonymoustllll is that the whole pIower ot'lnind, lboth o writer and reader, is contwetrated in tue subject treated of. Anlither consideration, perhaps not of equal weight, Ss that Ilmst imen have at titmes that, to asit ...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 September 1862

Tb the .Editor of the Standard. Sit,--The chikf end of all Government is conser vathim of the rights and liberties of the people. All ]'sw or rule of action which does not tend to the pro. nitiltton of thisis but a phantasm of the imagination rwhichl none need bow to. It is notbecause a body of .Iacn hold parley together and enter into compact nin:'tg themselves to establisht a system of arratige reuts whllch slall promote their own particular i1. tOerlsts -which are often diametrically opposite to the interests of the msinl body of the pe ople, and ar nrctge that this or that connuect must he pursued to !tnini certain results--that a morll obligation is in. ca rid for those who hold other selltliments to ohbey thenm. As no povwer but the power of physical force, .which Is an illegal one in all that pertains to mental convictions, can render them binding; and as a law to be worthy of conseru'vation nmust be able to com utalnd universal assent its to its equity, until it has so. cued...

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BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 September 1862

BOltOON])ARA DISTRICT JIOAD I BOARII). SATURDAY, SEIiPTmraE?B 20. Present-?-. Kent. Esq., Chairman, Messra. Coakley, Robinson, Downing, and Webb. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COirnESP ON )ENCr. To the Hawthorn Municipal Council, in forming them of the acceptance by the Board of -Imenry Jull's tender for a culvert at Cam bervell,'for the sum of £133 1i3., subject to their agreeing to bear one-half of the cost. IFromi the Hawthorn Council, stating that the Council cannot exceed the aunount origin ally agreed upon, namely, £53, as their share of' the work. From Mr. Woollard, stating that ho had been a considerable loser by his contract on Iligh-street road; and that the Surveyor had called upon him to do eight chains moro-of the road. 1lo begged the indulgence of the Board to be exemptid from this. Mir. Robinson said he. believed another party was willing to take lno the work. It was left with Mr. Woollarl to make what arrangements lie couldi fbr carryin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 September 1862

UPPER HAWTHORN PUBLIC SCHOOLS, For J3oys, Girls, and Infants. MASTERe-MI. S. . KOHIRY; llISTRESS-MRS. KO KIRY. The Course of Instruction embraces the following subjects:- READTINOG RAMMAUR BOOKKEEPING WRITING DIOTATION MUSIC ARITIITHETIO MIENSURATION DRILL OEOGRAPHIY GEOMETRY Plain and Fancy Needlework. EXTRAS-FRENCII AND LATIN. Termss-Frnm 9d. per Week, according to class. Intants under fire years of ago, ed. per Week. AN EVENING SCHOOL FOR ADULTS On Thu:rsdays and Fridays. fr tin 7 to 9. IHAWTHORNE NATIONAL SCllOOLS. 'IEIIMS -Is, is. Gd, and 2s. per week in advance. Or, lies., 1ls. Gdl., and 22s. per quarter r Prospectus of Boarding School forwarded on eap pli:nation. THI-OS. HOLME DAVIS & CO., R ESPECTFULLY intimate that they are , prepared, with the opening season, to offer F) ic. SA IE, Wholesale and Retail the following fi. at ,:lass brands of Colouial Wines; E]rlana lcermitage - l alvosia Mlataro Chrystal Eispanoir S. A. Ilock Malveck, &e.. &c. Hall of...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 September 1862

'ORIGINALJ CORRESPONDENCE. -0 tIterd inWended for inserlion in the SouTu BounxE S?'w.)D must he au'kenticatcd by the name and ad drcss of the writer, not necessari/' for publication, but oa, a. .uarantee o' good f/iuth. The Editor is not re srnu'ible for the opinions of his Correspondents.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 September 1862

AWV TORI MUNICIPALITY. DERS will be received at the Council Ch? ber until Mondly, the Oth October, at S I p t.,r tthe fadlowing works- e. r.-rOd.- Repairs to 'tone COlvert, &c.; Crc?rr-rstrct,--I.ltpairinlg portiol, &e. ilri nilars at Council Chambner, Hawthorn. Al ndl It he b on printed fi,rmts, and addressed -the n a i+" tlL l Mutlicipality, tIh Cul ci d ntot bind themselves to nocept the sur lly tender. ;s or any tenir. JOIN T, ON, Town Clerk. il Clhamlier Ilair thorn, U-22nd' epteember, 1862. BB0t0\DamAR'rOAD DISTRItCT. a C. I'. IACIKETT,: E?Q., Police Magis trate. IRj-\e, the undersigned Landholders nal liousehh olers, residelnt wilhin the Boroon " ill )istri t, do hereby request you to con xa 1 eliig of the Landholders tanld Househlolders the stil I)istrice, to be holde at the Road Iloard ie Ulnmberell, in the said District, on the 11th 0:f caher,. 186i, for the lnIrpose t' fixing tle r e"?i ,suinig yeair, electing a Newr hioard, nnd rarryilg ottt the .prvision...

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