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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 September 1862

NOTES AND NEWS. The poll for the Boroondara division of the Southern Province will be taken at the Court. iouse, lhawthorn, on Monday next, commene ing at nine a.m., and closing at tl'ur p.m. Last Saturthy a young man inamed l3rown was leaving Nunawtudiliug with a load of w oo,l. when one wheel of the dray went into a deep hole and the dray upset. Brown was driven. iagainst the fence by the loading, and the par 1t1 \Who W VUn IIll s lt..nco wvcr oblibed to cat away the fence before he could be ex tricated. It was then filnud that he had sus tained several evere injuries,. Io was con veyed to the Melbourne I-ospital, where, we have been itformed, he is going on well. A meetingofthe inembers~ of the 1[awthoirn Cricket Club was held last Friday evening, at the 3Boroondara Famiily I otel; F. [lunt, Esq., in the chair. Some tdisculssion took plat'e al to the best means to render the club native and ellicient tfr the coming seaslon; and at length tile following resolution was arrived tt :...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 September 1862

[IA.WTIIQRN MUNICIPAL COUNC JonoOar, SEserEnt:o 22. Presenot-C ouncillors Ilozogge, Compb Coonran; 1ill, O'Grndd, and Pettett. Too the absence of the CUoirzanl, Co cillor Il3roggo was called upooo to 000sidr· Tole iOminOuLoC ot the preivious MaiOnoO(O reatd oaond cooolironod. CO ttttt.Sro'ONC,. To the Secretayv of the Worrow Roaotd Bloarod, aclknowleodging rectipt Vt of t hi 23:tod Auovooost with thnuoks. To the tlino. Se at' of the LndAOr 'ruxtimouial commioo'jttee, stiutilng tht Cooonoci oulo d not entertaino bki re'Iht.t( To F. IH ot, Esq., ifloormnigo i m 'I at) oiootmooot 00s Auditor by the CUolieill ,o the Clieff Secretuuo'y's otfLe, fra ii ug bye-lwVs Nos. 11 nod 11, the approval of [[is .Lxclleocy tlhe VO'OOOP 00 Council. Too thec 13rorooodara Rea I Boor de c to) aeCtdLe to io Iargero expeoditurdotrd t ot Caoberwo'ell tlooto £33. '1'u J. S. iotch, 1Eso., ino reply to letter the 19nth June last, stattinlg that hip NT to divert the waoter tfoomr r. j[o010 lol a( could not bt c...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 September 1862

ICKE MI NICIPALT COUNCIL. TuESDAs, Si PTMiibEa 23. Preseii--.Tohln I-itlfe'y, Tiq.; Chairman,i Councillors Foi, Cran iell, Wliarton, Derrick, Carson, and Lewis. The miriutes of the' previouii mccting were read and confirmed.' CORRiE9PONDENOE. From the Town Clerk of Melbouine, stat ing that the co-operation of this Council was desired in'the matter of thlle Priuc Albort Memorial. From the Roads and Bridges oflice, giling the alportionment oflthe Ilawthorn toll fund. Fron the same, stating that £35: 15s. 9d. of the toll fund was'ready for paymeont. From the Royal Comnmission aplpointed to inquire into the working of Inm',icipal and chairitable iijstitutions, askiing'for iifor.nation on variouls' matters. ruiiito wonucs itm, oflT. " This report was brought; up. stating that the commnitteo had specifications prepared for works oil Barker's roatd, and between the same and St;udley Park roads I and had di rected the tn'I.iwiClerk to ask the co-operation of tho llawthorin Council in thh lo...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 September 1862

--'-(I IAWTHORN .POLICE COURT. TeRsn,?,?,ScrcanrE.B 23. '' [Before P. O'Br'ien,-Esl., J.P., Chairiian, the Ion. T. 11. Power, M..LO., J.P.,.3 1 II. Pettett, Esq., J.P., and J. C. Jenner, Esq., J.P.] Anustrv I'tiOU,,t aE.--O'Leary v, Moiris. IMr. Purcell appeared for the plaintill ,and Mr. O' Brien fhr the defendant.. . The plaintiff deposed that he wetit into.Mr. Pianigerr's shop at Hawthorn, "the' dofl?ldant followed him and called him a robber {iid a thief. .. Cross-examined.-leTo had known Mobrris for a long time, altd believed himn to be an industrioutil man. HIe (plaintilf) borrowed £10 of him. to did. not. accuse: the.defea dent of stealing a horse. He said the defen. danit might have driven his horse away or got some oiie to do it for him.. He told tha de. ftbdant he was a rogueo,but did :not call him a robber. Last Friday.lle (plaintiff) offered to take £5 to settle this case. Mr. O'Brien said he did not deny that there was some bad language iused 'on both 'sides; but as the...

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OUR HAWTHORN COUNCILLORS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 3 October 1862

OUR rTAAVT'IIoRN COUNCrITr4LORt. Ntillanc blnbes vitia? Imno nl~a, hIttid fortasse minors, AIrrniuss a1thenteus Novihn csum carperit. I bts Its, (Qitidanit Init)ignIoras to? An itt iginlotutit dIara tubis 8tlth ps at i rlgtnt sle am lo sd niuas isatrit. :ilultus of imlprubus )lic amlor est, dignustluc nolari.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 3 October 1862

0110 1 NA 1, Cc) 1RIUS PONI)IENCE, E ILitters iftndltJI( fin inxvrtiing in the Saui'iilloulteic 8-r.1ll) must ine e,,otirnted in, the oname ond ad dress q/' the ni;iter, not neo'essoooi/qfin purhiwtioo. hut ano I a qonintee O/' oqo faith. The Editor is not re? npsnobte/br tto. Opintiono q/'hiso Correspondents ]

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SOUTHERN PROVINCE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 3 October 1862

SOUTHERN PROVINCE ELECTION. T'he election of a memieber of the Legisthitive Council for the Southern Province has termi nated in thie return of Mr. 1W. J. T. Clarke, by a majority of 437 votes over his opponent; lDr. Embliug. Scarcely one-third of the con stituency exercised the franchise on the occh sibn: The returns show that the state of the poll at its close, at four o'clock p.m., on Mon day, was as follows : Clarke. Embling. Anderson's Creek ,., 4 Brighton .. ... ... 65 18 Bacchus Marsh .. .. 52 10 Caulfleld .. .. ... 8 10 Dandenong ... 39 5 Donnybrook 29 3 Elthan ... .. ... 2 7 Esseadon.. .. .. 46 4 Gisbornoe.. ... .. t2 8 Heidelberg ... .. 20 4 Hawthorn ... 5.. 8 64 Keller .. .. .. 38 2 Lancefleld ... .. 9 3 Northcote ... ... 46 20 Oakleigh ... .. ,,, 12 2 1'entridge.. ... .. 75 26 Sunbury ... .. .. 37 1 Schnapper Point... .. 12 6 Whlittlesea .. ... 11 9 630 202 Majority for Clarke ...... 437

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BOROONDARA GENERAL CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 3 October 1862

BOROONDARA GENERAL OEM ETERY. The usual monthly meeting of the trustees of the above cemetery was held last Wedues day evening, at the Town .all, Hawthorn; present-Messrs. Chambers, Johnson, Judd, and O'Grady. M. O'Grady, Esq., M.P., in the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COIRRESPONDENCE. The Secretary read a letter addressed to 0. Hod1gkinson, Esq., Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Survey, requesting that a deputa tion t'rom the trustees might wait upon thu President of the Board of Land and Works, respecting the proposed addition of sixteen acres to the cemetery. A reply to the above was read, appointing the 18th September as the day for receiving the deputation. The Chairman informed the meeting that Messrs. Judd, Stevenson, and' himself had ari interview with the Presidenfof the Board of Land and: Works, and laid before him the objections of the trustees to the proposed ad dition to their number. The President of the Board of Land and Works...

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THE HAWTHORN HUNT. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 3 October 1862

'T'HE HAWTJHtORN IHUNT. lb the Editor of the Standard. Sri,-Yesterday, at 10. 30 a.m., the in habitants of the Main road were startled from their propriety by the sounds of " Cooe, yoicks, tally-ho," &c., &c.; and on rushing from their dwellings to ascertain the cause of the unusual hullaballoo, in such a select municipality, were astonishcd to find that the above jovial sounds emanate from a worthy member of the V. P. F., who for the nonce emulated both in speed and voice tlhe finest foxhound over imported. When first the musical notes reached mine ear, he was in full cry after a F]ox, not a quadruped, but a biped, and a disciple of .Eseulapius. 'Twas glorious to see the way in which he cleared Clinton's horse-trough, leaped across the heap of broken metal in pursuit of his game, till he finally ran him to earth near Councillor's Hill's estate, Glenferrie House, when we naturally expected he would re turn with the brush to the master of the hint, P. O'Brien. But we ...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. (Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 3 October 1862

IIAWTIHORN POLICE COURT. TUSDanY, SErTtMuERu 30. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P.] CAD Hlrua.--John Dobb v. John Aylwin. Use and hire of a cab, 7s. 3d. Postponed for a week.. Wonlc AND LAIIoun.-William Phear v. William Ross. Work and labour £0 Os. Od. Settled out of court. DAMtAoIN? TeEs.--William Redmond and Clement Holden were summoned by James Davis for damaging trecs, value 10as 'fThe plaintiff stated that the defendants were found in his paddock, at. Bulleen, on the 22nd instant, cutting down some trees, Rie did not give them poermission to cut the timber. Thomas Nicholas, a lad in ,the phintiff's employ, deposed that on the 22nd instant he observed the defendants cutting down tim bar oon IMr. Davis's land. They had cut down two t rees, and had partly fulled a third. The defenidants both pleaded that they did not know the laud belongedto Davis. They went out as usual to buy wood, and when the lIst witness went to them they offered to pay for what they had taken. 11The plaintiff s...

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EAST BOROONDARA MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 3 October 1862

EAST 101ROONDARA. MECIIANICS' INSTI'TUTE. lb the Editor of the Standard. Sra,-It will be in the recollection of most of your readers that on the 18th Decnember last the interesting ceremony of laying the foundation stone of the East Boroondara Mechanics' Institute took place under the most favourable auspices. The ceromony over, the committee immediately entered upon the business in hand, viz., to resolve those present into a finance committee of the whole, to asertain as to future ways and meanus. Promises were then and subsequently given suflicient itwould appear to finish the structure according to plans, &c. On the faith of these money promises the committee went immediately to work, ordered, bricks, called for tenders, and had the walls run up as soon as possible. And hero it all seems to end-at least the building part. But some of the public have nut proved faithless; the money which they promised has been well and truly paid, as also a donation from His Excellency the...

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KEW POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 3 October 1862

KEW POLICE COURIT VEDNESDAY, OCTOt 1. [Before J..IIalfey, Esq. J.P c, J. 0. Jenner, Esq., J.P., and 0. ' Esq., J. P.] AN UNPROTEOTED D1RAY.-n i h lanan was charged by Constable I with leaving his horse and dray on. The constable stated that on the 6t temnber he saw the defendant's he dray standing on the roadside, o Prospect HilL Hotel, with no one t of it. He called the defendant ou hotel, and he (defendant) went to tih and said the wheel was locked, at tht time showing a piece of chain of ins length to lock the wheel. The d, pleaded that he left the wheel lock while he was in the hotel a movement part of another carter caused his h back, and the hook attached to the was broken. The Bench conside charge proved, and inflicted a finueof 5s. costs ; or in default, three days'ia mont. GooDs.-Jamieson v. English, sold and delivered £1. 2s. 10d. Sett! of court, Rosling v. Tindall. Goods sold a livered 5s. l1d. Postponed for a fort Same v. Joseph Cape. Goods s; delivered 5s. 5 d. Postpone...

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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 3 October 1862

MI1EI; LINUS OF PU BLd BiODIEiS. l"oflonWDAn A DJ TaUWIr RTAn BoAat mcets ni t'r.o:utr Saturdays, a Ithe Oflie, Camberwell, at 3 gc nclk p.m. IIAwvTIzouax M:UbczPAr. CoUN.Cuz. meets every Alnutlay evening, at Ihe Cuuncil Ulmhnbers at 7 nIu'lock. In w 'Muaicus.r.t Comwrit. meets- every 'rCTday evestiutg at the Kew Atheianussn, at fluiLtrpt st 7 p.mi.

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HAWTHORN AND KEW RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 3 October 1862

I[AWTHOI?U AND KEW RIFLES. On Monday ovoening Ias our local volun teer wetro inspected by Major Pitt, on their drill ground, when they were put through Bpriiel ;low movementu in connection with thie alteration in the field exorcise of 1862. Major Pitt regretted to see such a small inustcr,-tIthre being only twenty-three members present, officers included, Kew be ing represented by one member only-asd imlpressed upon them the necessity of attend ing reuil.urly at the compulsory drill; and mnentioned that it was his intention to inspect the Company twice a month, when lie ex pected every member to whom a rifle and clothing had been issued to be present. On Saturday morning last, the members met at the butts for the purpose of selecting the five highest scorers to represent the Company at the forthcoming Victorian Rifle Association matches, when the following were chosen :-Sergeant Barrow, Messrs. D. Kitchen, G. Lever, W. Eastgate, and J. Blackburn. On the aftenoon of the same day the ...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3RD, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 3 October 1862

tjc,' S=outl) 3ourlte StanbarD. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3RD, 1862. To.xonaow week the ratepayers of the Road District of Borooudara will be called upon to elect members to serve on the Road Board for the ensuing twelve mouths, and also to fix a rate for the same period. As several mem bhars of the present Board have expressed their intention to retire, it will be well for the rate payers to select those gentlemen to fill the vacAhnt seats whose known integrity of pur pose and interest in the district will be a guarantee that they will act impartially and honestly in expending the public money. With such menat the head of affairs, theensuing year (which will probably be the lastof road boards) will show a fair share of improvement. }But there is another matter which seriously d mands the attention of the ratepayers; we allude to the amount of rate to be struck for carrying on the business of the Board. With out adequate funds the energies of the best and most patriotic will be paralyzed; and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 3 October 1862

lt. NS [IT , Contractors' Agent. ,Q lua tit ics ll I'arl' i,.n'ars ful'iii l "l. 'renders l'v"pared, Ilhposil' 1i ii;l.' Adl' iwes and I'a'.mt ,ii , ltthuti wt iiith nti d lilcy. "O' lces, 28 Collins-street twe.t. JL: It , ' n.1' . WILLTAM RAeaL, FAMILY CHII EM ST, (.llember qf t/(A Itrice ntical Soricity of Great ,l'itain,) U.PPEIt 11AWv''I ITOII \, Iegs to intimate iI the residenits of' Itiavthr n ii 1i thie adj.teent T''ownships, that hlisa I;sthlish!inentt is Inow replete with an entire New t sth of' Isru*s, Chemicals, &ce., and that every icari. anil teLt lel) hals beenll shoiwn ias regards purity Ito eiuLetittn aitd experience in mnllall !treto. I'rescriptions and Private ieeCipes will have his unremnitting perlsonalll attentliol, colbinlled with leltt ness anl dlespatch. Enema and Breaist Syringes oil Sale or Hire. Mledical Appliances of every descriptiiti Piosso and Labin's, Atkinson''. liinimell's ion drie's aIual Go.ncll's Perfumery; genuinlo E:Ma deCo logne; Intue...

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A "SENSATION" YOUNG LADY! [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 3 October 1862

A "SENSATION" YOUNG LADYI A gentleman writing to the Times thus complains pears to be so much sought after in Ilyde-park as the' Colleen Pawn' is elsewhere: " Early in tho season of 181i, a young lady, whotm I mlust call Anonylit, for I have ntever been able to learn her name, tmade her appearalnce in Ilyde-park. She was ia cllharting creature, beautifully dressed, and sihe drove with case and spirit two of tie lhandsomest ponies eye ever beheld. Nobody in society had seen her Iflfore; nobody itn society knew her ntaml or to whlloll siteo belonged Ibut there she was, prettler, bet ter dressed, and sitting more gracefully in her car ringe than ani of tihe fle ladlies who cnvied her good looks, her skill, or equipage. A good many young gentlemen seemed to be acquainted with her; but their recognition was generally limited ton respectfill bow as she passed by, or to a ltw friendly words slily inlllerthanged on the step of her pony carriage whenrt she drew upt in some remote corner of t...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 3 October 1862

Tb the .Editor of the Standard. SIRs,-T'rh great naster-spirit of the ago in which lie lived, who scattered his bright and glorious thoughts with a freedom and profusion which have not only marked out tracks for the future in the highway to the temple of truth-but has hardly left us a power of originality of conception- turn which way we will, we are overtaken by. a thought of thought's greatest master, alike applicable to our present use or future purpose. A quotation front such a source can never he out of place. lIe says Thoe best men are moulded out of faults, and for the most become much more the better for the being a little bad." There are few, if any, of us who will not endorse this assertion. A very little thought upon the past will open to us so mnay neglects of opportunities of doing good, so great an Indolence in cultivating the powers of our mind, so little an ap preciation of what constitutes tile true excellence and.real dignity of our nature, that with most, If not a...

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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 3 October 1862

TI1E 1 UNICIPAL ELECTIONl. C'o the Editor of SIe Standa,d. Si a,--Mr. .Johnson's reply to mine of the 5th inst., seoms to me to be no reply at all; I'or instead of denlig with the facts stated, ho makos an attack on the supposed writer.; and Ibecause he does not know " Robin Hfood," there can be no such personage, is the reason ing of the Oracle of ]Inrkly-road. For his inlformatio then, iMr. lEditor, I can assuro him my name does not begin or end with John,.and that :l have not been a rate colloo tor, though, as the immortal Burns has it- "A mani's a man ilr a' that I" but as.lmen pass through Ianny vici.situdes in this lif,, it may yet be my lot to fllow that em iploiii'nent. Sir, I ran say that I fully agree with Mr. Johnlson. that he has klnown bet ter men than himsell' to be defeated, so have I; and I hope the ratepavers of lHawthorn will.always re member, that it' they have rejected better men than Mir. Johnson, they are not likely to bestow their patronage.on him at present. ...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 3 October 1862

Lb the CEditor of the Standard. Stur,-A short time ago, a municipal election took ll tie in H'aw'thorn, I noticed in the'public press that ,-ni. worthy metitber of that boly, inll one of hlisa lllrouls oratioas anddressed to the ratiplayers, ex utresse'l it want of contdalelce in snle of his Ibrother ii macillors (the IPubli \Works coimmittee). No doubt hI. cnsidered that lie would have a willing ear front som? e of the ratepayers, and that sclhl anll onorable itll modest assertion wouhl excite congenial sympa thy, and that tihe sans cullottcs, wllom he was address ing, would swallow down withl rapacious avidity the silngllar and ominous piece of novelty which ho had o i judiciously and ciretnspectly reveriled to them. }Iit instead of having the intended effect, it only createld in indescribablesensationanssome of the acts of la few of our veritable anlld creditable sutlblrtlan courn el i rs areo wont todoin their paroxysms oflblly, vainly eudlcavoltring to grasp the shadow of capri...

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