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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 3 October 1862

NOTES AND NEWS. It is notified in tihe Gzelle of Friday last that on and after the 1st October, money orders may be obtained and made payable at the hawthorn post ollice. Last Friday evening a special general meeting of the HIawthorn Cricket Club was held at the Boroondara Family Hotel; F. Hunt, Esq., in the chair. A revised code of rules was submitted to the meeting by the committee, and adopted without amendment. The next business was the appointment of ollicers, when 'Mr. H. I lunt was elected chairman, Mr. G Y. Y. Fishley secretary, and acting treasurer, and Messrs. HTowell, l omer, T. Hlammond, Little, and A. Hill the coin mittee of mianaroement. On the motion of Mr. G. Lewis, time operation of rule 2 was suspended for a month, in order to admit to membership all who chose to pay their sub scriptions to the secretary or any member of committee within that time. The first match will be played to-morrow.--the first eleven against any number of members not exceeding twenty two. In...

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EARTHQUAKES IN NEW ZEALAND. MR. JUSTICE CHAPMAN'S LECTURE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 3 October 1862

.IITIIQU AI-1 ._I IN NEW ZIALAND. s ý JI LsJ'TIC l CIIA MAV'MKS LEOTU RE UONTIIrCEI . ' 5 .....y, 21+t,-\\Weather fins, baromieter risig, ock frequent. It Itit.oted that they riaoee freq tcuoLtly at or about low water. le' are nt ot' a d'anlgerous character, and nre I think, weakeieing. ar,.Suda.y, nd.-Vealther most beautiful; tilltlle shocks continue about every hour. ey only last two or three seconds, and are Ithey."cs only heard, not f.lt. At4 o'clock orather a sharp shock (it is about low mwater). peple lessI agitated to-day-the splendid weather raises people's spirits. There are 6 ee earth cracks on the b nch near higl' water marnik, and asome pipi shells (or cockles) have been thrown up. ,aqilonday, 23rd.-Day also fine, with fresh S\\r, breeze. Shocks rather frequent, say about eve y half-hour,'but not strong. " l)sriag the latter part of September, and u to the 6th of October, the weather haid ben remLarkably fine and dry. The barome ter range,' d(uring the first week of the ...

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

11EllFIIS will be received at, the Council - (h?abr utii Moiday, the Giln October, at l?yr oclo'k ps.m., for the following works; ,tew.road.-Repairs to Stone Chlvert, &c.; Crcsrick-strect.-ltepairing portion, &c. Fill particulars at Council thambenr, Ilawthorn. 1 lltenders to be on printed forms, and addressed Stche 'thairmatn of thie Mtunicipality. 'T1e Council do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or cay tender. JOHN TOON, Town Clerk. Council Chamber, Hawthorn, ',ItdSeptenmber, 18269. ; Lh -A R~OAD DISTRI T. To C, P. IIACKETT, Esq., Police Magis trato. 1 .,-, We, the undersigned Landholders aJ end lHouseholders, resident within the Boroon dira Iload District, do herchby request you to con venc n .Mecting of the Landholders and Householders in tIe said District, to be holden at the Road Board tllice, Cnmbcr\tell, in the said District, on the 11th dar of October, 186b, for the purpose of fixing the ]tIle for the elnsuing year, electing a New Board, and for carr...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 October 1862

O""RTGnINATIQOJ dIfE poX DE xuC rTeller' ihteadIidfor iptscet rd, in tAhe SOUTiH BI>on;itI S'nsL'lnP In lnl) t bea,4Mwhnewlieahnl lj the ,ana menl a' 'kt'ss of tho writer, no( nereotss':i'l /hr piihticatio'i, hut as a tuarattee 9/' gtood flaith. 'Pho Editor is ot re sjuosh!c for the opioion.s of' hi Correspondents J

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AN OPINION ON THE FRENCH LEGITIMISTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 October 1862

A\N fPINItoN ON TIlE FacINCI LlOITIIISTS,--Tih0 Iautfullti city of Lucerne, the former residencle of the .esullts, and capital of the Sonalerbund, is at this )niontent, the resort of 1,000 French Logitimists, come to pay their haloage to Henry V. of France, the titu lar Cainut of Chambord (remarks the Times). A hunlred and ttwenlty privileged persons are admitted to share the the table of their legitimate sovereign; fur the rest, there is imass within the chapel, or, alt any rate, standing room without. It is a demonstration as ellrcltiVe as a complete absence of force, reality, lard dignity can mlnsk it. Tile Frenclhnlen who Imeet at this foreign city do not assemble to take council for the( good of their country, to rejoice ill her glory, or to devise a nleans ofextricatling her from her dillicul. tles. iT'hly meet merely for the gratification of the moist iallu td unreal sentinment that over wais adopted by . any assembly of educated and upright menl 1hey lmeet to mollrn over thl...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 October 1862

NOTES'ANI) N' WS, o he annurl meeting of the, ratepayers of loroonuira will be held to-morrow afternoon, at three o'ilieki, fi)r thJb'irpose of electing a. neO Board, striking a rate, and appointing auditoris. A, run our has ben in circulation for some Y tine to the' elfect that Mr. L. L. Smith, " M. P., was about 'to resign his seat in the Y Logislative Assiembly and return to England. We have it on undloubted authority that there is no foundation for the (rumour, Mr. Smith being now actively engaged in pre paring a musetum of natural history and science, which li he intends shortly to open for exhibition in Melbourne,. on a plan similar to that of the Polytechnic, in London. Next ''uesday evenlng the aimniversary of s the opening of the KewvIndependent Church U will be celebrated by a tea meeting, to be t followed by a public meeting, at which a large nunmber of ministers of various de nominations are expected to be present. Tenders are invited, and will be received up to the 6th ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 October 1862

ARRIVAL 01F T1LE ENGLISH MAILS. H'er Majesty was to leave Scotland, for the Con tinent; on the Ist september. After visiting the King of the lielgians, sloe ittended to remain for some weeks in strict seclusion" Parliament was prorogued by commission. on the 7th of August, until the 24th of October. Hler Majesty's speech is, in effect, that her relations with foreign Powers are friendly anl satisfactory, that there is no danger of any disturbance of the peace of Europe, and that she will strictly conform to the doctrine of neutrality in the affairs of America. This declaration was received withll gretsatisfactionevery where but in America. The Court Journal sta'cs that the marriage of the Prince of Wales with the Princess Alexandrina of Decnmark will take place next year. Her Royal llighnlss the Princess of Prussia was confined oni August 14, of a son. The Prince Consort. Memorial Fund Committee have agreed to a report, in which they propose to erect, opposite to Colebrookdale Gates...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 October 1862

--V OJ:,O.K]L ,. The Hawthorn Cricket Club- played the first matteh of the season last Saturday, on their own ground. The mnatch"N\ins played by the first eleven of the club agaiist twenty two of the other nietubors. At a few minutes after two the wickets were pitched, and the game commenced, the twenty-two having the first ininngs. 'The piny was proety good, coz sidering that several ut' the pltyels on the oild of the twenty-two appeared in the cricket field for the ilrst time ; and at live o'clock, when the last wicket full, the scare stood at 103, The first representatives of thd eleven now took the willmw, and son Iuneeddeed in mtak ing the fieldl pretty livoly, Th bir hlnug was punished severelh, and whams the stmtpa weIre drawn at halt'-last six, the stire' sltd at 58. with five wickets to go down.1 \We believe the match will be resuned to-morrow after. 110011, At the close of the play the cricketers ad journed to their club-roomn.:at th?,lBoroondara 'Family Hotel, where Mr. E...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 October 1862

KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. T'UESDAY, OcTonEI 7. Present-John Ilalfey, Esq., Chairm Councillors Derrick and Fox. The minutes of the previous meeting we read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From tho Boroondara District Road Boar declining to co-operate in works on tb boundary road. From Mrs. Glyn, calling attention to t serious damage occasioned to her propert through the overflow of water from the roa and stating that if tihe Council declined t remedy the evil legal proceedings would taken. Councillor Derrick said that the water ona followed its natural course on Mrs. Glyn land. The Chairman remarked that whatev damage the .water caused was not thofault( the Counoil. Councillor Fox observed that it was evde from the position of the stone crossing oUth road that it was the natural courso of t, water. Fromn the Richmonad Municipal Coutil'l stating that in the opinion of that Councils increased annual revenue would be derived b, leasing the Hawthorn toll gate, anl aski? the co-operation of t...

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 October 1862

ITALY, Garibaldi has entered OCtanla, on the east coast of Sicily, and is reported to have crossed over to Oala brie at night. Sicily is placed under martial lh?K and the coasts blockaded. lHe anticipates wrest ing Rome from the Fren.ch. Ilis cry is, "Romeo. or death." Volunteers are swarming to Skily by thousands to join him. Vessels laden with arms hover about the coasts, and transports are collected.' The Tuscan correspondence of The Times states that Calabria is full of Garibaldians in arms; that the King's officials in that province are abandonil?g their posts; and that in Sicily a number of ofilcers are throwing up their commlission rather than fight against Garibaldi, while private soldiers ax hibit the same symptoms by open insubordination., Mleanwhllo, the French army of occupation at' Rome has been strongly reinforced, and King Vic. tor Emmanuel has issued a proclamation declar ing Garibaldi a rebel.

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BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 October 1862

B010OONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD,. SATURDAY, OCTOERn 4. Present-R. Kent, Esq., Chairman, Messrs. obinson, ])owning, Webb, Coakley, and urrv. The minutes of the previous meeting were ad and confirmed. CORRESPONDENOE. The Secretary read a letter sent by the hairnan to the Commissioner-of Railways d Roads, protesting against the arrange ent respecting the re-distribution of the sathorn toll fund; and asking that the mount coining to the Board for the quarter sling 30th September may be paid before he llth October, In reference to this letter, the Chairman tated that he was informed at the Roads ad Iridges ollice that the question of the '.distribution of the toll fund was still open; lso that the amount now due to the Board ould be paid before the 11th instant. To the Kew Municipal Council, declining co-operate in repairs to the Boundary sad for want of funds. To A. )Davis, Esq., Secretary of the Warr ambool District Road Board, acknowledgiug eeeipt of letter of the 22nd August. To J. C...

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HAWTHORN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 October 1862

I' WTUORN POST OFFICE. , Tle Mall arrives from Melbourne &c., at 7.45 a *i. and 1.15 p.m., daily. Closes at Hlawthorn - fo Mllhourne, &c., at 7.45 and 2.1, p.m.

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10TH, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 October 1862

FRI-DAY, 'OCTOBER 10Tu, 1862, Tai American news brought by the mail is. still of the most' unsatisfdctory chairacter. The utmost energies of the North have been put fbifth to redtice the Southern States and bring them back to the Union; but that event ap pyars inote distant'piow than ever. No do el)ive blo.:has yet been struck ; indeed what ever advantage has been gained is on the side oftiie South. The battle of the Potomac, which has been impending any time for the Inst eight months, has not yet been fought Elchmnoud still remains in the hands of the COafederates; and the Grand Army of the North, under 3i'Cr,LrLA2, lies inactive, while disease is destroying' his troops faster than the rifle and sword of the enemy.. Every attempt on 1"'Ca?rLa N's part to push on to Richmiond has ended in detbat, and his only care now is to secure his retreat from his pr6ietit critical position. To remain is cer. t:iu destruction to his army ; to retreat is to give up all the advantages already gain...

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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 October 1862

MIETINGS OFPPUSIIO B31OD)IES. BUInbYnODARA I)aIrni'cr RuOADBOAI) mieets al1 tortinte Siturdays, at the Omce, Caumberwell, at 3 'docwk p~m. 1I1AWTriruN ]IuJI')PAI: CoDKCIL "meets every Monday evening, at the Council Clhabers aI 7 Aov k. KsW .'UNIC5CI'AL COUNCIL meets every Tresday rveniiug at the IJew Athemeunm, at half-past 7 p.m1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 October 1862

UPIIPE IHA \\TIIOIH. PUTBPLIC SCHOOLS, 1,or Jloys, G'irls, anld Ienajts. 3I\.sT-:.--31"n S. S G. I KOIIRY,; Mlltrnl:ss---Mns. .KOIITRY. Ihe Course of Instruction embraces the following subjeclt: itIA INO O I.?A R 0I0it IIOOKIEEPINO WItITING D)ICTAhTION [LUS 0 AItITIIITI ETO .M1NSU RATION 1D)1IlA OeOGOO.\PllY (EOMEITI.Y 'lainl and Fancy Needlework. IXTrIAS-FRIENCHI AND LATIN. Terms-Fr?nm 9l, per Week, according to class. Infants under five years of age, Gd. per Week. AN EVENING SCHOOL FOR ADULTS On T'l'hursdays and Fridays, fiom 7 to D. IIAWTIIORNE NATIONAL SCHIOOLS. TERMS -is, ls. Gd. and 2s. per week 1. in advance, Or, Ids., 16s. 6d., and 22s, per quarterJ P'rospectus of Boarding School forwarded on ap plication. ACADEMY for YOUNG LADIES, con. ducted by mse. IAMITOi'ON, assisted by ac complished teachers. 53 Brunswick-street, Fitzroy T1HOS. IIOLME DAVIS & CO., P ESPECTFULLY intimate that they are t, prepared, with the opening season, to offer F )It. SA LE. Wholesalo and lje...

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THE CONFEDERATE CROMWELL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 October 1862

ToEx CONFEDE~xAT CRostWE.r..--" Stonewall" Jackson is everywhere described as a "slow man" intellectually, even dull. Sanoe say lie was a tedions profess:r, all agree that he has a creeping look. And yet, if you ask then now what they mean by that, they say thll y do not know; " all they do ksnow is that lie is as obstinate as a mule, and pnlcky aS a bull-dog," which means just nothing of a lian whosU prime quality is celerity, quick conclusions, and startling execution; who, as a soldier, is as rapid as ihe is wary, abounding in surprises, brave almost to rashness, and inventive almost to romance. As ithr his outer masn, lie looks at least tev'en years older than lie is; his helght about five ibet ten inches; lila figure thick set, square shouldered, and decidedly lumsy; hiis gait very awkward, stoopisng, and with long strides. Ioe often walks with hiis head sol?fe what on one side, and Iis eyes fixed upon the grounds imparting to his whole appearance that abstracted quality which ...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 October 1862

I' the .adilor of the Standarid. S;tr,-- he diislingulishig ch-aract'er?sl s of our no? is the hold, earnest, and sincere desire with which its ninst ndvanced minds are seeking to separate truth from the mists of errors and superstitions which the lignorance, tyranny, or follies of past ages have ga thersdl around it. Every institution of society, whether it rhlates to riligion, politics; philosophy, in dustry, or social economics, is expnoed. to such thorough and searching ill vetigations, that it requires a soined ju Igment, a strong moral conservatisln, and n conerally well balanced mind, to avoid running into the opposite extremes of thile abuses it seeks the refr. s ation of. In our search after the evidences of na tural or. revealed religion, how apt are we to lapse into infidelity. In our philosophical researches, how bittle are we to mistake the pretentious titr the real; and from fear of being influenced by the deceptive, SI ca sight of ideas and principles which, through c...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 6TH. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 October 1862

u-V JIA\WTIIO.IRN M1UNICIPAL COUXCIL. MosNDAY, OcTonR Gritr. Prcsent-D. M'Dl)ougall, Esq., Chairman, Councillors Ciampbell, 3ragge, Conran, 11ill and P'cetett. The nminutes of the previous meeting were reail and conlifnmed. -: . ) titaESPpNm 6E.. To A. B. Gains, Esq., Secretaryi of. the MAunicipal and .Charitable Institutions Comn mission, aekniowledginu receipt of letter of' the 9tli ult.,, and stating that the Council will be happy to forward the information re quired. To II. 0. I30uneau, Esq., informing him of his appointment as auditor, and requesting that a day may be fixed to audit the accounts. From 2ouncillor O'Grady, M.I;.A., to the lion. W. 1. F. Mitchell, ML14.O., Com missioner oflRailways and eoads, respecting the erection of a now bridge and appioaehes: at Counell's Creek, aa. opening Creswick street. From:the Dt pnartmnent of Land. and Sur vey, asking l'or.ouchers for the expendittirc of the sum granted for fencing, amounting to £120. i From the Ribhmond' Muinicipal Co...

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AMERICA. AUGUST 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 October 1862

AMERICA. Auoosr 19. The hot season has in a great measure suspended actual operations in the field, but a battle has taken place in the Virginlan Valley, between the forces of Uenerals Stonewall Jackson and Pope. Thie Con fetderates obtained the advantage. M'Clellan's army was sullbring severely front sickness: men dying by hundreds. Thermometer, Qideg. in the shade The Confederate rain Arkansas has been blown up by her crew, to avoid capture. The re capture of Ba ton-tiHoge by the Confederates, last month, turned out a false report, but that feat Ills now been ac complihed.. President Davis has ordered that any of General Pope's officers who may be captured are not to be treated as prisoners of war, but kept in close confinement; and that for all civilians murdered by the Federals all equal number of thllese officers are to be lung. General Hilleeck has been appointed commnander-in-chlief of the armies of the Union. Congress adjourned on the 17th July. During tile session it :has a...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 10 October 1862

HATWTHORN POLIOE COUIRT. TUESDAY, OCTonBn 7. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P. Chairman, W. H. Pettett, Esq., J.P. and the Hion. T. ii. Power, J.P.] D)aUN?KENNESS.-JamnesSmit was brought up by Constable Cregan, charged with this offence. By the constable's statement, it ap peared that the man was orderly in his cups, though incapable of taking care of himself. He was fined 2s. Gd. and cautioned to ab stain from over-indulgence for the future. No ArP1EAuAcZO.-Dobb v. Aylwin, cab hire 7s. Gd. ; Blackburn v. Prevot, trespaes of cattlo ; same v. Smith, trespass of cattle; Brown v. West, goods sold 12s. AssAurL.-Ann Hogan v. Patrick Mno. loner. Assault; damages laid at £20. The solicitor for the complainant having stated the case, the defendant applied for a post ponement to produce the evidence of his son. The Bench said they were inclined to hear the complainant's evidence lirst, and if necessary they would then adjourn the case. The complainant deposed that she was a servant in the defen...

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