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KEW LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 July 1861

XEV TLITERAlY 1 ANI) SC ENTI'IIO * INUT1iU'JE. riicturc are delivcrcd every Thursday evenillg, in the Athtrnivumu, Now, on various branrhichs of litcrature, scienro, Inil art. Comneuoc at eight.

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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HAWTHORN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. ROAD BOARD OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 July 1861

IIA'THVIORN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. RoAn BOAnu OrtIeL. T'hi Library is opon to the public on Mondayr, Wcedoesdays and Fridays, from 6 to 9 o'clock p.m. T''ho books lent by the Trustees of tile Melbourne 'Public Library.nre for perusal in tile Library; other books lent by ono or two gentlemen in tLe dlistrie; are lent to the residents tor readhig at their own hotmtes without charge. n/

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 July 1861

'L the Elditora of the ht/andarrd. unI,-lly the style of your leadoer of the 21st June, and the serles of letters given by your corre spondent V. Y., you appear to be a steady and con. sistent advocate of tile Internatioinal Exhibition. One thing Is incersnry to seecure Its success. It Is this : that we should not only have head but heart at work in the matter, anrd as far as possible both in thei higihest and lowest departments of the arrange acents, endeacour to secure the services of'those who feel an interest in the nmatter; for it were better not to do tile work at all if it be not well donll. The press in general have not yet colne forward as might haLve been expected. Mulchi greater interest wioldt have existed hadul tich sub-cominilttee of it lociln chin racter beeni formed.' You in yullr excellent little journal have rtepped forwaird tio nid, anll it Is to be honlCed that there is yet time for othlcer journals cI follor thie exanmpcle you have set tllhen, in tivoilrillole c...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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KEW SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 July 1861

HEW SUBSCORIPTIONY LI ORAhlY. In connexioni with Ii nabove *Tstitutc. open every aecvning, Sunilaiys csccptcd, from 5 to l1 p.m. lir memburs only.

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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BOX HILL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 July 1861

BOX HILL POST OFFICE. The Mail arrives from Melbourne, &c., on Tues- days, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11 a.m. Closes   at Box Hill on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at noon,   S. PADGHAM, Postmaster.  

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 2. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., and Dr. Tierney, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 July 1861

HIAWTHIORN POLICE COURT. TUsnDAY,' JULY 2. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman; the IIon. T. II. Power; J.P., and Dr. , Tierney; J.P]. Publicans' licenses were granted to Charles Seufliun aid Henry Eastwood. .Beauniont v.1ygarty.-Goods sold £10s. 4d. Settled out of court. Constable Phelan v. Ryan.-Allowing' a horse to be without proper control. The defendant said he sent his horse and dray into town' by? a driver, whom he had never seen from that day to. this. He had given information to the police as.the man went off with some of his (Ryan's) money. Taking this view of the case, the Bflnch dismissed the summons. Rooney v. Baibmbridge.-Using threatoning and abusivelanguago.. The plaintiff deposed that on the 20th Juno he Was indpecthing some works in pro gross near the defendant's house, and saw him illegally removing earth: from:a 'gravel pit close by. lie cautioned defendant, who then made use of the language complained of. In suppport of his case the plinitifl' called James ...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 July 1861

J. BRIGHTWELL, I U1RN ISIII NG ]UILLEEN IlOAD, KEW, (Near the Blonrodounra (Gneral (emetery.) Fuit;rall Furnished on the must reasonable terms, and at the shlortest notice. )O1ININO COACII H ANDI IIHEAiLSES SUPPLIED. I. D. THOMPSON, SEiNERAL OUTFITTEIL, UPPER HAWTHORN, NEtAR TILE (IOVIEIINOR lfOTHk?AM HOTEL. Agent to the, ,~ictobia I.Thnrance Companr;. SLATTERIE & Co.,, ,lPRNTE1',,S, IBO'6kI'mL ?IRS, ,AND 8TATIONEERS, "STANDARD" OFF.ICE, HAWTHORN, Near Fletcher's lHotel.... JAMES H. KAY, P'AI NTER' PLUMBER, AND:I GENER AL DECORATOR, ' .A'erI the 1Pont Ofice, Xeiv, IIAVJNUG nmannged.vatrioue WVork;. at Buckingln?m Palace; Earl of . ansfleld's, and other Public 11 uilý?ingislad Rlsidences in London and uinichester, fe'le' confldilnt that for quality or cheapness hle can dcf9:.c6fdpotltiton.: O1118, COLOUliSI,"OSi', a1',PER6tS, ll ET LEAD, E?o., AT TOWYN P'RIOEH.' J. B, BELLETT, HAY AND CORN DEALER, 1'EOPL 'S STORE, MAIN ROAD, SHAWTHOR N,. lay, Chltf, Outs, Bran, Mnize, &am...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 July 1861

IIAWT}IORlN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. W W DNESDAY, JU;T 8. Present-M,. O'Grady, Esq., Chairml n; Councillors -Campbell, Lansly, Conran, M.M'Dougall, and l-ill. ; Minutes of previous iimeeting read mid confirmed. connrsroxpr.?on. To Mr. Colvir, dated 28th June, stating. that when funds are available the footpaths and water-channels on the Beehive-road will be attended to.-- ... ....... To. the Chairman of. the ]3oroondnraDis trict Road Board, dated let July, diskluig that Board to co-operate in wdrks on Boun dary-road, near Mr. Hunt's, " ]om the Central Board of Health, dated 25th Juno,. in .reference to 'having butcher's promises in the Municipality.--Ieferred to tlto Health Committee. PUBLIO WORKS -REPORT. Repairs to water-chanunels on south side of Beehive-road.--The' Committee recom niond thamt the Surveyor be instructed to have the syoret portions of the water-chan nols repaired, employing, the, Council's day labour, as also horse and dray when requireld. ]iougth stone and clay for fil...

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REPRESENTATION OF SOUTH BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 July 1861

IIfPRESENTATION OP SOUTII BO3UR.lKE. On Saturday evening last a public nweeting of the electors was held at the I[alvern 11111 Hll otel, ar dihler, for the purpose of choosing a local candidate to represent the distlrigt in Parliaiment. The meet ing, although called for 7 o'clock, did not commence till 8, the meeting showing some signs of hnpatience. Mr.. WI II. arrcr, J.P., was unanimously ogted to the chair. The OCum?L?.I x having asked a fair hearing for all the speakers, called upon any. gontleman to nominate a candidate. Mr. Cox proposed Mr. Ii. McClure, chalrman of the Gardiner Road Board, as a fit and proper person to represent South Bourke. in thl next Parliament. Mr. 119txcg seconded the proposition. Mr. LA.xooso had great pleasure ilfnominating Mr. Fitzgibbon, Town Clerk of Melbourne, as ma fit person to represent the district. ,Ir. ILurr seconded the motion. No other person luIving.beca nominated, the chair man said lie would call upon Mr. McClure and Mr. Fitzgibbon to ad...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. VINCENT next week. The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, JULY 5th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 July 1861

TO COIUIESPONDENTS. VINCiNT next wee-. Tot aou rm otit) B.otrttE wtttttb. . .FZID.AY, JULY 5th, 1861. Tul dissolutio? of the presont Parliament is P!O oflicially announced to tako plane on the :17th inst. Thie V'ice-:egal speech proroguing the 'i louses of Legislature was read on ,Wed neIday aifternoon, and the members of the Lower . House arc now at liberty to enter lupo1k tlluir pleasures or their pains, in re hearsing to their con:,tituents what they have' daone1 and what they hl:ave left undone since they becaeo their representatives or lpiercpresentativ\es. Those w?ltd sought :to enter P'arlianm'nt that they might benolit the country, to the exclusion of any sinister miotives of their own; and who, in the dis. charge of their public duties, noyer swerved ronm the p!th of rectitude, may go before their consti?uents with a clear conscience, and ark fin, re-eloction. But those muon of proluso promises, iot'gotten as soon as con vm!ienot-tlhoso whose votes were sold to the highest ...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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DONCASTER POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 July 1861

DONCASTER POST OFFICE. The Mail arrives from Melbourne, &c., on Tues- days, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 11 a.m. Closes for Melbourne on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri- days at 10.30 a.m. T. W. GRANT, Postmaster.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 July 1861

TO MICHAEL O'GRADY, ESQ., J.P., HAWTHORN. SIR As a General Election will impose on the Electors of' South Bourke the duty of choosing two Representatives in a new Parliament, we are anxious to induce you to undertake the office of one of them. 'Your proved capacity in the management of public business, and your unquestioned integrity of character are the grounds of our selection; and the effective services which you have performed to a portion of the District as Chairman of the Boroondara Road Board, and subsequently, as Chair m1an of the Hawthorn Municipal Council, gives us an' assurance of the advantages which you will be able to ffect for the entire District, and the entire Colony, as an able and experienced man of business. W. Blanlkshy, Chairmuan,,D. L. Reed, Prospect lill Joereuinah Grant George Watt and the Memlbers of thel IHotel Johl iltlhollaul S. Pearson.' . Boroondara Road Board 'Thomas Batten, jun. John Re eves harry Curtis W. Muirray Ross, J. P., Williamn Iolt Benjamin...

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BAY OF BISCAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 July 1861

BAY OF BISCAY. A meeting was held at the White Horse Inn on Tuesday evening, July 2, to take into consideration the state of the Bay of Bis- cay. L. L. SMITH, Esq., M.L.A., in the chair.   Mr. L. L. SMITH stated, oin ppnig the meeting, that he had been invited, and that in coming there he had come along the road, and he must say that it was in a fearful state. Ito did not li6w whai ' isteps they in.. tended to take6 that niglit btit,'hoithought somntlhing should be done to make the road. Mr. Clisby stated that the Nunawading Board had waited upon Mr. Steavenson t an;t requested.. thti soinlf;hing might bo done. 110 in his capacity as Chairnman of the Nun- awading Board had wvritt?ii tp the ll ord on dura Board, calling their attention to the dangerous state of the Bay. Heo had 're ccived a reply, stating that the Overseer had been instructed to report lipon thq same, and. the concluiion thoey had come to was tlihat it required sonme £00 to spent 6n it. In- fact, that Bo...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 July 1861

To the iEditor of the Standard, Sin,-In your leader of tho 28th ult., re ferencce is made to a requisition (in courseo of signature) to Mlichael.O'Qrady, Esq., to in duce him to offer himself as a candIdate for our suflrages at the ensuing clection; and as Sa special reason why tlihe electors of South :Ilourko should favor him with their support, you .belt him as the local phqunpion1 of H-aw: thorn, and subsequcntiy refer to the ability lpad tact displayed li hitie s Chairman o the J3oroondara Loadt 7onard, and also of •lawthorn Muinipiip ,~puicil; and when, to crown the whole, you declaro it to boe a filet dndmitted (even by his opponeits), that the nmau who has done so much for Hiawthorn, is able to do the same ?o?'South Bourko. ' Now, Sir, by tioe distinguishing epithet of chamnpion, .I am led to suppose that the wortlly squire hais luil to tilt with some of Ilawthorn's foes, dil th.t; he came off 'icto riouts, i.e., it may 'be that when the inhabit imts of the thinly populated d...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 July 1861

To the Editotr of the Stan dard. Std1,i think your correspondent " TYl Jace of the Creek" is now bound to clear up 1the mysteries with which ho has thought lit :to surrouud himself. Ils eccentricities may be a mark of his genius or an alliectation for serving some pmarticulahr ptirlpso. The dis content which some of youyr 'ubscrhierf a@veo oexpressed thlmselves, cid the charge brouhbt atizttnlt 1ºi b your Corresplondent lately of (eelong, arne is and ya'ur business, iuot mine. I shall nuit be iilluenced by it' lnutil iis satisfaltorily proved; ibr envy over follows merii, and thc best are liable to sufiler friom the insiniuatiouis of meanness and cowardice. . For may own part I do not! iattach any importance to the consideration hllother we shall use or reject the a in the spelling or wasto time iji the investigation of ,where cal th?I mighty dillerenco he between .tweeedledlum or tweedleilqo. The qiestion would be easily solved '1y at ph lfnologist abbreviation bIeiing the rule of ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 July 1861

At Mr. Chalk's farnm, on the road from Carlobrook to Castlecnine, it valuable mare destroyed herself under somewhat peculiar c!rcumsttances. It appears. the mare, with others, was runting in a paddock, and on the day in question she junmped the fence to reach the adjoining field, and in doing so she tore her btolmnchl against oneo of the losts. Mlad with pain she jumped another l'encc, wllich iroght her to the road, along which she madly couIrsed to an. iron gate leading to Mr. Chalk's house. Over this obstacle ste jumped, in doing which her entrails bo camoe entangled on e on f the splikes, and by her maddening movements they were to'rn completely oult ~fherstomtach. Af er this the hwilldered annial, jumped another fence, as abruptly as thoulgh slhe Ihad been shot. The Melbourne Public Library has been vlsteld. dutring the mnth ultcing 24th .1 nne, by 15,.10t6, atnd the Musunm by 4,778 persons. During the monthi consiterable additionl:ts have been mIado to IIto lil r try by private...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 July 1861

ORlU[INALj CUOI1EEi 3PONDENCE. i:LcU.',~s inleCngid fo,. i~spi, 'inhlE Ithe Som ni Trti&iL T41'I)UAU) EItEE he EIuthnicaIted~ti byi heC prone Wni ml die", c.n/' Iikowrilcr, stn( ri coofsrilE/ fi)e JJUbliae lWU, hit us a yooraotlc oft qod */itidh, d iie E'dltor' EU nut rc .iJ)jiwJbleI Ior ohie nolas I] his CurreopmrodCnh

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BRUSHY CREEK POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 July 1861

IJRUSILY CIEICK POST OFFICE. Tihe ]lai arrivcs from ktCIblIWge &c,, & n Tuos tlays, Thournduys, Lnd Satlurays, t I pan. Closes or MlhourboL n MnoudaLy8, W'cdiiLedays, mlt Fr! 930s, at 9.30I a.u1 J. BmcsualN, Postmlaster.

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WARRANDYTE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 July 1861

WARRA!UY 1' POST O]I CIS. TI.e Mail arrivcs from Mcllbouvmmo on Tmkosdays, 7J hursdlLys, nnwl Siaturdays, at moon. Closus for Rlrllnourmmme um 1lommdmmys, Wemimmeodmljys, andl 1"ridays F. HEWITT, Postmamter.

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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 July 1861

MaIr"sT uNGS OFP .'uLLIO UODIEiS. IlonIO))NDUAt Disluc.C Rr]o I BOArn meets al turnnto Snaturdays, at the Ollcc, llatwtlhoir, at 3 p'clook p.m. IIAwTIIOIN IM UNICIP.AL COUNCIL Ilmeets pveCy Vcdnesdny. cvcnihlg, 'at the Coiuhell Olulnilbrs tl 7 o'clock. KEW Mii US i''oA.L COUNCIL iets. every Tu'I'sday ry'ening at the Ke\v Atlhemuuni, tat hallf-past 7 p.nm. . . .- n . .

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