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THE DISTRESS IN THE COTTON DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 October 1862
THE DISTRESS IN TI?E COTTON DISTRICTS. In the manufacturing districts in the north, after a twelvemonth of dimculty and distress, matters are, in every respect, worse than ever. Under this beau tiful weather, when even a Lancashire operative nutst have a few more chances of irregular employment, there were 7000 more ' paupers' last week than the .week before. Indeed, there never was a more gloomy pro.spuct. Work dinminishes; pauperism increases week by week; the unmanageable matss of unsettled po.ir is becoming enormouse the patience and temper of the sutibrers are giving way; the mischievous men who rise up in such emergencies to aggravate and to mislead are becoming more prominent; savings are cmnsumed, charity cooled, rates pushed to tihe utmost; winter is not distant, and there really seems not a clhance of a timely supply of cotton from any source whatever. Everybody can understand what it is for a quarter of the entire population of a town to bh re ceiving relief from a charit...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 October 1862
NOTES AND NEWS. The Nunawading Road Board will meet to-day, at two o'clock, for the purpose of hearing appeals against the assessment. Last Friday evening a lecture was delivered before the members of the Kew Total Ab stinence Society, by the Rev. C. G. Carr, on "'rrue Temperance." The lecturer treated his subject with considerable ability, and the interest of the audience was testifled by frequent bursts of applause. It was ex pected that the Rev. R. Connebee would liave presided, but he was prevented by illness fron attending. Next Sunday, the anniversary services in connection with the Upper Hawthorn Wes leyan Chapel will be held. It is annouoned that the Rev. W. Butters will preach in the morning, and the Rev. W. L. Binks in the evening. On the following day the event will be celebrated by a tea meeting, at which several ministers and other gentlemen are expected to be present. The proceeds of the tea will be devoted to the chapel funds. A. new chapel, belonging to the Primitive...
THE SKYLARK AND THE OVENS DIGGERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 October 1862
THE SKYLARK AND TIIE OVENS, DIGGERS,. The following will remind some of our readers of a stupid made-up story published in an English paper some years ago in reference to the first primrose sn. ported here. There is, perhaps, however, at least some truth in this 'yarn:' Stories as well as poems concerning the skylark aboundl but one of the best, both for interest and as showing the constant love of Englislhmen for. this ,truly English bird, came to my knowledge a few months ago. As you are doubtless aware, there is no such a thing as a song-bird natural to Australia; theta are birds who clhtter, birds who shrielk, but no bird that sings. Well, there was a young man who went out from England as a gold-digger, and was lucky enough to make some money, and prudent enough to take care of it. Ioe opened a ' store' (a sort of rough shop, where overything, from candles to collins, is sold), at a place called the 'Ovens,' ia cele brated gold-field about two hundred miles from Meol bourne. St...
EAST BOROONDARA MECHANCS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 October 1862
EAS'T I301OON1.)AIRIA IECIIA.NCS' INSTITUTE. Oni Wi dnesday evellig last a meeting of' persons ilnterstod.in the above institute was held at the house used for public worship at Gleni?r is.: AIr. Wilson was. voted to the calurl and ocnied the pIroceediigs in the usual ,gapner. Mr-.rob.inson, the treasurer,r, stated, that the.meeting was crunvetel ito receive a state. ment of'the receipts anl expenditure on ac. copgat of the institute, and to elect Ia new committee. The committee had not a very saisfiactory statement to lay before them, and had not thought it desirable to bring up a formal report. From the statement made it appeared that there was a balance to the credit of the institute of a little over £13, a portion of' which was deposited in some bank, while £4 o(ld remained in the hands of the treasurer. Mr. Robinson observed that afterthe lasttea mnteting tenders were called for the building, but uis they were in excess of the estimated nmount they were not accepted. The plans ...
THE PROVIDENT INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 October 1862
TilE PROVIDENT INSTITUTE. (rnoF T~H AnOUS.) The committee appointed by the depositors in the Provident Institute presented their se. cond report, at a mcoting of the depositors held last Monday night... It recapitulated the efforts made by' the committee to stay the equity suits which had been commenced against the institute, and the steps which had led to the sequestration of the estate. It also described the arrangements which had been made to enable the creditors to prove their debts in the Insolvent Court, and to obtain information as to the true position of the affairs of the institute. The Commissioner, the report stated, had set apart the whole of the present week, except Saturday, for proof of debts and Saturday for the election of trade assignee. The ox. amination of the directors would take place at the second meeting; and, as it was do.e sirable that it should be of a most.searching character, the committee' recommended that a barrister of the highest standing should be e...
RIVERSDALE ROAD. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 October 1862
RIVTERSDALjE ROAD, Stlhe .Edilor of'the Standard. Sin,-The residentsand rtoepayers .of 'Riversdale road vast are justly diesatislod' i?lth the very dangerous state in which the road, and more os. pecially the footpath, arc suffered to remain for so long a time, altogether unattended to. To the in habitants of the neighbourhood and thb surround ing localities it is not only troublesome. and Incon venient. but cannot be passed along t'ter dark with out jeopardy to.life or limb to all twho use it. If it were not for this the road wo?htd be a thit more fro quented thoroughfire than it is, 'Trusting to your.,'ble and ready' advocacy for securing it attention in the proper placyt.I am, ONE W110 ILAS SUFI'ERED.,BIY IT. -o
BOROONDARA ROAD BOARD ELECTION. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 October 1862
BOROONDARA ROAD - tOAR ELEOTION. To the Edito; of the Stan4aird. S.,- As a resident of Ilorbondara;I fdel bound to, reply: to the assertions which ire n~ade hi the "lead-. ing" article of the Australian'.of "\ ednesday last. However the Editor of that paper could assert such bareftced- at least, assert in Ihis leading articleo what he flatly contradicts ill his report of the pro eoedings of the election of the Boroondura Road Board, I cannot possibly conceive, lie says in his report of the proceedings of the election, that the proposition for a one shilling rate was carried unani mously; he says ini his "leader" (it, -Indeed, it is worthy of that name, for I am persuaded it will lead no one but himself) that there was oppositionl and that he considered.,that opposition just; asd as a faithful (?) chronicler of events, lie is bound to use hils pen and influence in favour of the aforesaid op position. So much for reports and mis-lenders. Next, lie states that the ratopayers were led t...
KEW GUARDIANS. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 October 1862
-0 KEW GUARDIANS. 1'o the Editor of the 'Sa,nlard. S?.-The Kew Mfunicipal Councilin their tender !h ndn..es -seem to think that the policeman who ha=.e en placed in the district for the last twelve smathls has been over-worked, and they have made applihation to the proper quarter for assistance, and to the astonishment of the inhabitants another has tbeen placed there. Now, Sir, I have been thinking that a billet of this kind would suit me-the more so if I could get tile appointment in oew. As 1 have a mortal aversion to anything like work, can you put nme in the way to get the appointment? I am told the duties are of the most agreeable kind; that I should have to get suyjbreakthist in the morning, read the daily papers, walk into the village, have a conversation with the tradesmlen upon the topics of the day, canvass the condllet of the Milistry anld public men int general, go home to my dinner, and get a snooze. 'lis would :uit me exactly. As I said before, 1 have a decided aversi...
KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 October 1862
KE\W T IlUNICIPAU L COUNCIL. T'uvrEsui, OerTonxt 211 I'resent-Councillors Derrick, Lewis, Fox. and WhTirton. In the absence of the Chair man, Councillor Fox presided. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and coilfirmed. COItRESIONDENOE. From the Treasury, appointing Wednesday, the 15th inst., for receiving a deputation from the Couucil relative to the Graut-in-Aid for 1861. The Town Cleric said he was directed to request the appointment of another day for receiving the deputation; and the Chairman had received a reply, appointing Thursday for that purpose. From Mrs. Glyn, stating that her former applicatiop had been misconstrued; and offer ing the services of a man and a horse and dray provided the Council would undertake to di vert the water from her paddock.--Referred to the Public Works communittee. ''The following letter was received from the Central Board of Health: " To the Chairman of the Kew Municipal Council " Sn,--I am instructed to acknowledge the receipt of the ...
BOROONDARA DISTRICT [?] BOARD. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 October 1862
B]3O1OONDARA DISTlRI.p I BOARD. SATuRDAj, OCTOBER 1i. Present-Messrs. Blanksby, Cam bers, Coakley, Day, Kent, Luxfod, Robinson. ELECTION OF CIAIRI.Ul Mlr. Coakley proposed and Mr. .i, seconded,--That Mr. Kent be chairn the ensuing year. Mr. OChambers moved an amendmeit Mr. Blanksby be the chairman. Air. Jtagg seconded the amendment. The Secretary put the questio?to1th when therewere-P'or thea?el?ulment i Chambers, Da', and ltagg; for the a Messrs. Cam, Coakley, Lux;ford,n Rab Mr. Kent was therefore declared elected. Mr. Kent, upon taking the chair, o that his mind was disabused of oni that some ill-feeling had arisen thrc position hle had occupied during thee,: Ihe Secretary could bear testimonr ? never solicited one vote during theel? members, i-o trusted they hatd let , mote the intei'ests of the distriet;a: hoped they would all unite together t the funds expended so as to benelit are ticularly tie main roads, lie had U? set his thface against spending moneyr o? roads, and would c...
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21. [Before H. Box, Esq., J.P., J. C. Jenner, Esq., J.P., and M. O'Grady, Esq. M.P., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 October 1862
IAWVTIIO1ZN POLICE COURT. TUEsBDAY, OoT-0D 21. [Before II. Box, Esq ., J.P., J. C. Jonner, E., J.P., and IM. O'drady, Esq. M.P., J.P.] S UNiKENNEss.-Jenfjamin M:oule,charged bi Constablo M'lKonzio with this offence, was cautioned and discharged. TESPas.s-'Tholmas dforort Power, v. James Keogh. This caseo was adjourned last eeik for the production of evidence as to t.le time th lofoudant had been in possession of t hut. Mr. Miller appeared for the Plintiff, and Mir. Reynolds for the defendant, clr. Roynolds now submitted that it was Cmpotent for the defendant to 'ive evidence. clau lliller argued tlat uneor the, 15th e?seo of the Vagrant Act it iwy' iot com peteat for the court to take the defendant's evidence, o on M1r. Roynolds. then called Thomes Kenny, wlo (deposed that ho had lived near the hut .uestiol for seven years, and had known the Wdoffendnt to lave been living in it for upwards offour:years, Cross-examined.--Mr. Roberts occupied the farm at one time, but he could not swe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 October 1862
111 \TOt'N MUNICIPALITY. q 1:S;115 will be receivod at the Council l Claser until Monday, the 27th Ouctober, al 1iutr ou'tlck pmt., for thIe following works: , ,-rod.-op:ttrs to Stoano Culvert, &c.; (rcs\wick-streott.-Rlpttiring portion, &c. j thinuinesroad.-\Vooden Uulvort, &c.; lihull's.road.-lhepairs to Culvort. tall Iarticulars at Council Chamber, Hawthorn. \ll t.,dcrs to he on printed forms, and addressed tc Ctlhatirmunl of thei Municipality. 'I le Council do not bind themselves to accept' the 1,)o",t or ay tender. JOHN TOON, Town Clerk. Cotlttl CIliimber, Hlawthorn, - 01n Octobler, 1862. ;t, Kilda and Brighton Railway. IL,.EASURE TRIPS TO BIIIG1ITON, .,,'o, all Stations on the lfelDbourno Railway, I1ETUIIN FARES, ONE SHILLING. (n Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, \t 8.30, 9.30, 10.30, and 12 noon; I anld 2 p.l. lteturn by all Trains after 12 noon. MIELBOURNE RAILWAY., ]IOTANICAL GARDENS AND CRICKET GROUN.-D. IIETURN FARES PROM ALL STA1 T...
The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24TH, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 24 October 1862
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24rm, 1862. Tnz following amusing paragraph appears in the Richmond local paper; and as it afforded that journal a text for an article, our readers will no doubt be interested in a few supplementary remarks upon it from ourselves: "In a small church ata little village near Brigh ton, (England) where the congregation could not af9rd to pay an organist, they recently bought a self-acting organ, a compact instrument, wail suited to the purpose, and constructed to play forty differ ent tunes. The sexton had instructions how to set it agoing and how to stop it, but, unfortunately, he forgot the latter portion of his business, and after singing the first four verses of a hymn before the sermon, the organ could not be stopped, and it con tinued playing two verses morel then, just as the clergyman completed the words, "Let us pray," the organ clicked and started a fresh tune. The minis ter sat it out patiently, and then renewed his in troductory words, "Lot us pray," when cl...
EAST BOROONDARA MECHANCS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 October 1862
EAST B01ROO NTI IVl:tA "MECIiANCS' INSTI'rTUTE, lThe adjourned public meeting in con nection with this Institute was held at Glen Iris, on We\dnesday last, MIr. Wilson oc cupied tihe chair, and on opcning the pro. cecdings, expiressced a hope that any differ ence of opinion which might arise would cause ino ill fcclinlg among them. ?['. Rlobilnson, the treasurer, stated that he had ascertained that the imolney was in the Eanglish, Scottish, and A.ustralian B3ank. lie had the bank book, which showed a balance thciro of £8. 15s. (di. Since then he he hadl received froem MrJ Naewton a cheque f?oi. five pounids. lie ex laectedl to get £1. Ills. for somen stone and bricks Iext week ; andll the cash in had amounted to £4. 10Js. lie had waited upon Mr. Kenlt and re quested him to attend thaat meeting, which lie dcclinaed to do, as he said there was somne disagreelment among them ; biut lie promised it'a lanow committee was florimed lhi would meet tlhem and coine to a settlmencnt. Mr. Kenlt...
HAWTHORN PUBLIC GARDENS. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 October 1862
HAWTHORN PU :LIC GC+ARDENS. lb the Editor of the Sandard. San,--Passing through those gardens last week, I was astonshed to observe, when I got' to the c?uter gate, that 'some mischlivously innlined persor had put a small white pebble betwooe the hinge or spring of the gateo, so as to prevent persons from ~aesing through. A ;short time ago three very nkke yew trees were broken down. I have also noticed that the flowers have been pluckedt and one very iloe rose-tree, from which the branches had tweeou t,. has since disappeared. These, which may seeml to he trivial matters to others, are far dift?,ent to me, since the Coaneil has been to so Inuch t1rntlbi and expense to lay out these gardlens. If ille smiall thefts and annoyances are allowed to h, 'onilnuedi. the gardens will 'soon be dennded of Ipltts and flowers It is a great pity that a poli?oceinan is no? stationed near these gardens to protect thlnt. Trusting you will excuse me foi treselltsing on your valuable space, I amt youth...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 October 1862
Valentine Cook was one of the fathers and leaders In the' Church, pioneer preachers when Methodist wes n niew uname in this country, and a sort of men that h?roes nal martyrs are made of. )uring the rlightult't convuls!ons of nature that occulrred. In the vicinlit: of Now Madrid, on the Misslssippi livreir, i1t the winter of 181 I,-'2, t.he whole country was t'uown lluto eomlnotions. Mr. Cook, being at that tine at ione, wais sauddenly aroused froan his slum hrc at I. dlintglht, iand finding Ills bed and house t? ,-kini and stnggerhitg, andl supposing the end of Ill t,.n ,igs had cote, sprang front his bed and ilmade tinr te dor, o lMrs. Cook, in great agitation, exclaimed, L Oh, i lr Cook, wait for mo, witit for mol' 'No, Iny dear,' hi answeredeI '(when the Lord comes 1'll wafit