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KEW POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29. [Before John Halfey, Esq., J.P., Chairman, G. Wharton, Esq., J.P., and J. C., Jenner, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 October 1862

SKEW POLICE COURT. WVEDNESD&Y, OCTOBER 20. [Bofore John IIalfbr, Esq., J.P., Chair man, G. Wharton, Esq., J.P., and J. 0., Jenner, Esq., J.P.] UsE AND OoouPr rroN.-Thomas Emb ling v. Charles Sontag; use and occupation £18. Mr. Purcell appeared for the defebn. dant, and objected that there was no proof of the service of the summons. An affidavit was put in as proof of the. service, but as it was not signed by the party making it, the Bench held that the objection was good. Dr. Embling said he had no objection to the. case being postponed for a fortnight; mean while he would issue a fresh summons.-. Postponed for a fortnight. A PFon'r.-James Nolan, jun., was brought up by Constable Gray, charged with committing a breach of the peace. The defendant pleaded guilty. The constable stated that he received information last Sunday that a fight ,vas about to take place. in Studley Park, to the right of the Lunatio Asylum. IHe proceeded to the spot, and found a numberof people assemble...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 October 1862

NOTICE. W? b? to remind our Subscribers thnt the .crrent Quarter terminates with this i?;ue. ur' 'Collectnr, Mr. C. HAINEB, will ,It himself the honor:to call in a few dIn'i. S ..: · SLATTEaIZ & '.

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31ST, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 October 1862

".FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31?T, 1862. TaP, subject so-long in dispute with all the leal bodies around us is still on the topiA, if we, iayjudge by the reports of the -various,,, coIncil meetirigs of the last forti-ight, and is likely to assume a new feature. We allude to the'Hawthorn toll gate. It is not now "Who is to participate in its distribution ?" hbt " How shall the revenue be collected ?" sid'while one portion is for leasing, the other portion is for cotitinuing the present ipode of?collection. 'The advocates of,leasing have not been particularly happy in making out a case; riad; as often happens in causes that require tqIatering.up, they have descended to pcr sonalities. So far so good: when these are indulged in we judge that they have the worst of the argument. It is ia pity that gehtlemen-or at least individuals claiming tbhat title-should damage their own popu larity and respect by acting thus. On read ing the reports referred to, it appears the Richmond Council hold that it wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 October 1862

A WILL AM1 RAWLE, FAMl FLY 0HTEMIST, (,M ,her of /"e Pi.,.tr'i.t',iI Society of Great SlHiltain,) UPPI'IR IIAWt\VTIORN, ltes to Intimate to t he residelnts'. of lawthorn and the adj t:ent 'liownships, that Ili 'listablishment is lnow re.lete with en. entire 'ewr Stock of Drugs, (lheimicals, Ad., idtl thlt every dare .and attention Ihas been slhoui as regards; purlty in selection and experience in ma:lnllactre. I'rescriptions and Private'Rllcipes will have his unremliting lpersonal attention, combined with neat.. ness and despatch. Enema and IBreast Syringes. on Sale or Hire. Medical Appliances of every description l'ive.e and ,ubln's, Atkinson's, ltirnmell's ITen drie's mud Gosnell's Perfamery; genuine Eau deCo' logne; Indelible lMarking Ink; Diamond Contenti Tooth Powders, Brushes, and Cherry Tooth Paste. Farinaceons Food, G roats, Maizena, Bat ley, Feed. ing Bottles, PtTfs, T'eats, Violet Powder, Sponge, and all Nursery and Toilet regnisltes.-Furnitire Cream. Toothache Specific. a...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 October 1862

HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. iloN0'DA, OcToEen 27. Present-D. l.'l)nDougnll, Esq., Chairman, Councillors Campbell, l3ragge, Conran, Hill and O'Grady. The minutes of the last ordinary and special meetings were read and confirmed. coRiRESPONDNCE. 'I'o the RIichiond Municipal Council, dc. clining to co-operate in leasing tho Hawthorn toll-gate. ,, To A. B. Gains, Esq., Secretary of the Maulnicipal and Charitable Institutions Com minssiou, forwarding replies to queries. To the Rev. W. \~ilson, in reply to letter of the 25th September, asking the number of ifamilies likely to attend on his preaching at the Town llall. To M. Miller, Esq., heon. see. of the 3Iuni cipal Conference, acknowledging receipt of circular of the. 10th lilt. To the Attorney-General, informing him of the election of ]). 'M'Dougall, Esq., as Chair man of the Municipality. To the Boroondara Road Board, agreeing to bear one-half of the cost of works at Cmn berwell. A reply to the above was read, stating that the hoard d...

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NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROARD BOARD. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 October 1862

NUNAWADING DISTRICT .ROARD B3OARI). FaIaAY, OCTonsn 24. Present-Tho Chairman (Hr. Berry), M I)sar. COrke, Elliagworth, Keogh, Sbutton White, Yeomaun Collier, and Bennett. The minutes of the previous meeting were read an I conllrnnmd. APPEALS. [Mrs. 31'Oreo appealed against a valuation of £8 upon a house and a small allotment of land. Mr. Keogh was of opinion that the valu. ation should be either on the house or on the land, and not on both. The Surveyor said if that principle were aflirined he could not sustain the valuation. The Chairman observed that the place would not realize more than £4. Mr. Yeomans remarked that if they a. dopted the principal of making the intrinsic value of the property the basis of the assess ment, they should not realize £100 by the rates. The valuation should be made on both houses and land. The valuation was reduced to £0. Mr. Davis appealed against an assessment of £41 on a house and 200 acres of grass land. 1Mr. Davis said that MDr. Kemp was in the oc...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P. Chairman, J. C. Jenner, Esq., J.P., and H. Box, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 October 1862

IIXWTITIION POLICE COURT. Tu'ssAYr, Ooronin 28. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P. Chairman, J. C. Jenner, Esq., J.P., and IH. Box, Esq., J,P.] STRAY COTTrLE.-.Toseph Coleman was charged by Constablo Cregan with allowing two cows to wander. The defendant said the cattle escaped from the paddock while he was at dinner. Fined s., and 5s. costs. A NAMELESS DRAY.- William Reynolds was charged by Constable Oregan with hav- ing no name on his dray. The defendant said it was only the second time that he had been out wifh the dray. The name and number had since been put on. The Bench dismissed the case with a caution. No LrurTs.--Thomas Brown woas charged by Constable Wright with having no light on his dray. The defendant did not appear. The constable deposed that on the 22nd instant, between nine and ton o'clock at night, he met the defendant, who was driving a dray without a light. He had been sum moned before for a similar offence. Fined 5s. and 5s. costs ; in default of payment three days' ...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 October 1862

.... ; '" 7- -: . . . . . . . . . . l'o lo I E 'diltor ofJ' he Standard. i' --The taotiont which necessity -has over all o us ovht to make us cha'nitablo in our jud: n ,!e of ,Lther'. MLost of as would certainly act very lill'r Stiuly from what we do, were liberty of action ours ,3nt i in te world t!q fpvre of circumnstance is is oltoL en sty?ng .LLpLn.u sthat IL.Liination of the will to do i ~0Iompellrd to give plate to the necessity of rnLu;S lh dotne. The eries of papers published in th: S?.tand Srd ,-ndLrLgnmed 'L Pblicola,l.although I had no he-l sirO d bhe known us IhelL:inthr, I lhavo never dtIniedl ,Uthe qLthorship ofl andfil'lstI ati' quite aware that I L v hid ilnny faults, which? asoevere criticismn nLight dil.Lvr, the Lprlnciples advocated in' them Lre stIch si I iist no man need be ashamed. of, they beingF lhnsistent with truthland supportable by reasont . I trInLed to this for a favourablo reception of then, mniL tihan I dept.nded.upon myself or my own ability tv, advo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 October 1862

\I. l\1O'RN 1\- UNICIPALITY. p11CAVTIONS (addressed to the Chair 1o t M Ito'leogall, Esq., J.1'.) will be received Matl"In' tie Ithi November, at Four o'clock eltlo ts I "ies resident in Iiawtltorn, competent a tle own C'ri k in VALUING thile hiateable t o the ,Mllnicipality. l i OtIo n it of,'IIIerationi for such services is thal at Ten eounds. JOIIN TOON, Town Clerk. on II(oll, I jaw thorn, ;Silth ctober, 1802" r ,lNEIRS will be received at the Council S ('),ber until Monday, the 10th November, at I:her u'al*ck p im., for the following works: liaising 100 yards of Gravel at per yard; and Making )g o House as per plan. Fell particulars at Council Chamber, lHwthorn. cll ?teders to be on printed forms, and addressed ic the Chiaintin of the Municipality. 'thie Council do not bind themselves to accept the o or ny' tender. JOHN TOON, Town Clerk. 1',mn 11 all, hawthorn, uSth Oclobeer, 18ti2. I USNICIPA[lATY OF KEW. I 1)ENDERS will be received until Tuesday jLext, the 4th November, at Fou...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 31 October 1862

NOTEFS AND NEWS. Last M[onday evening the anniversary of the Upper ha4'thorn Wesleyan Chapel was celebrated by a tea meeting, at which a large number of' the congregation and frielnds tfi,u the neighbouring localities were present. When the assembled guests had satisfied their appetites with the good things pro tided for their entertaiument, the tables were cleared, and a public meeting was held, Mr. Copeland presiding. A report of the financial position was rend by the Secret ry, Mr. G(. Pearson, and a recommendation was made to the effect that the efforts of the cun gregation should be directed to buihling ahnther chapel in a year or two. Meanwhile the trustees intended to make the old chapel morecomfortable. Themeetingwas afterwards addressed by the Revs. Messrs.Draper, Wells, Michael, aind other gentlemen. The Rev. W. L. ]links was.prevented from taking part in the proceedings, as also from the services of the previous day, by indisposition. Se lections of sacred ninmsic were pe...

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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 November 1862

Mt iLNG8 OF P'U 3LIO BOI)IE5S. 3OflOOflpAEA ,TIhrRTOT U·qAin BORD Bo mees al terIlnte Satiirdays, at tiheOffic, Camnberwcll. at i o'clock p.m. ItAwrlrnnic MoaIcrrA?:' CobacIr. meets every 3fnndvy evening, at the Ocuncil' Chnmbers at 7 o'Iock. ... . Kew IWLmrlcPAL' Couwc meelqts every Tucesdy evening, at 8 o'clock. . -

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 November 1862

NOTES AND NEW1S. Th usuanl monthly meeting of the com. mittee of the Horticultural Society of Vic toria was held on W\edine;sdav lbet at the Nleelhauies' Instituts; Mtlr. A. 'Lynch in the chair. Amnong the letters read was oneo fom the Departmnent of Lands ntd Survey, igree. ing to extenl the time for plnutin? trees in the line of the proposed roiad friom the Pie niii station to the Gardens until the 15th May, 1863. The committoo, however, were iiMniiimouslv of npiuion that until some weeks ltiler than the tiime proposed it would not..do to remove deciduous tr~s foIhr trnfisplanting. A vote of tlhainks was accorded to Mr. Piur eCis for his kiiideiess in furniiishing Ia tree i ( oft the proposeld road iree of chaiirge. ".'!m schedule of the Society's show, to be , -Il1 on the 1st mid 2is 1 Jli nuarly r.:xt, wasl. S,.cin con isidered and agrI'eed to; innl for t.he' 1;;?it time iin this cIolon, ii anlOmler's lass ha:. hl?In arranged, for ipoor.lmis who do noiit lop it gardener or grow ...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 November 1862

Lob the Editor of the Standard. SrP,--The shadows are now passing by which patisty sall thinking men that the presence they betoken tile existence of is not far oll'. 'I he power which shall destroy thie nfluence of tt dominatiim which has heldi the world in thraldom for nany generations is inereasisng, and preparihg to put out all its strength for its destruction. 'Men of'strone and vigorous intellect, men of earnest and sincere desires, anxious to separate truth freom Ihe errors which time and neglect have suloltred to accunmu late, are acting in it spirit of fearlessness, and la bouring with an energy and determination to make a sure way for all to participate in the results of their labours. And to what are we indebted fir this.but to the free and unlettered ilterchalnge of thought with each other, which tile highier and nobler spirits of our race have had tihe wisdom and the courage to dare, in opposition to the pre. judices and superstitions of the ignorant, and the oluning de...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 November 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDIENCE. [Letters intended for insertion in the SOUTi11 BotTllr STANDARD Initst be Nutlsenticated by the ?nre aind .I - dress of the writer, not necessaril, fi ;prr/!ication, httl a.u a, ruarantee of good frithi. '1e dlitor is not re ponrsible for the opinions of his Corresiulnrcts ]

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[?]ROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 November 1862

t0oNDAl:A DISTRICT :ROAD BOARD. ST.rtDI%, NovPeMER 1. t-The Chairman (It. Kent, Esq.,) lobinson, Lutxfrd, Day, Cam, Coak hi»'"s,ra Igg, and Bhlnksby. minutes of the last ordinary and special ans ere read and confirmed. coalR IsPONDENCE. th, Tin. Mýr. Mitchell, forwardiahg the of thte nmtmbers of the Board: hi see, l rwar.ling the annuuual itnate So'the receipts and expenditure .of the )[fcsr.. Smith and Eddy, informing t'tt the itmprovemeant in th3 footpath te their pr,:mises having been com 1, the Secretar: y would wait upon them i;lllount Ipromisedl-£2. ,1. \\. S ge, E?l., informing him that iivirt in fitoat of his lproperty had been rII, aid a)ppllying for the £2 promised eassrs. Wallis and Greenhill, auditors, !egi. g receipt of balance-sheet, duly ed., iidforming them that the Board rel the sumn of C1 to each auditor. the law?lhoir MDunicipal Council, ask tlwir co-operation in. the repair of a ,crosiag ol the BInt udary road. J. Ste?aensonl, Esq., Assistant.Com ioner of Heal s ...

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VICTORIAN HORTICULTURAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 November 1862

VICTORIiAN II-ORTi1CULTUIRAL 1?I1. PROVEM]ENT SOCIETY. (AInaoRID FROM TIIu ARaoU.) On Saturday this society hold a grand rose show, and general exhibition of plants, fruits, vegetables, &c,, at the Botanical Gardens, which was, perliaps, the best as well as tlhe most stcicesfitl rose' and flnwer show ever given in Melbourne. Ills Ex cellency the Governor anti a very fitshlionall com pany patronized thoe exhibition, and visitors from the cmmnneement to th cloe ulos could not have num herod less than 3,000 persons. lfr the unm of £143 was taken at the gates alone, irrespective of the tlkeots sold in towl. 'rThe weather was very tine. hoth beautifill gardens throughout hotkesl superb, and, tlhe delights ofl the scone were enhlanted by the at tendance of Mr. Johnson's excellent fhand, whicl played at intervals throughout the anternoon The rose show was a very gre?t improvement up on that of last year. Somo truly magniflount eol. leetions of blooms were shown; and had prizes heen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 November 1862

i l TIO'NSp (addICressed to the Chair ji L) I ' T igT E"q.,1 ' ,) will he received S'I t 1 0t 'li rnmber, at Foor o'clock * p r?i?ilnt in Iawtliorn, completent Sn ftlerk in VALUING the (RateaLibl S' .oum .ration for such services is ,,l, . JOIlN TOON, Town Clerk. ...11..0: s 31JUIICIPIALITY. ,.' ill 'i be received rit; the Council m r1 init JilMo ty,h lO 10th Nscember, lit ,l ml,, ,r the following works:- : 1n 11111yards of Gravel at per yard; and latding I)t, liuse as per phtt. mr]l :rnicu':'rs t nlConncll Chamber, hLawthorn. :- irs 1t0 to (I1 on pilltd forims), antd addressed SI Ifthe Slllncipality. ). I,; hind: l themselvhes to accept the , , JOllN T ONN TON, Town Clerk. a, '! , i . v lh o r n , y ",) ,, b:r, 1812. I.BOAI{D. is 1)E t1 will lu received at the Office, :r ' Idn's1, )eltay's-rould, untlil Friday, the !, !; 1 t 1u1U' o'cl ock p.m.11, for works to be tii li thbe i.q riM t. il :i,,Is Iay b1,e seen at Delany's loyal lotel, trmyeiI the 31rd November. "I .st r y tell der n...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 November 1862

IVRIDAY, NOVMIBER 7Tu, 1862. SPECrAT grants for theorepair of roads have 80so long been the order of the day with the Government of Victoria, that now that it is proposed to discontinue that description of aid, it is not to be wondered at if districts which have hitherto received little or nothing in that ihape from the public revenue should express tlioir, udtitlified: disapprgyal. of. the step. Theo m?dting at the White Horse Hotel, Nunawading; last Wednesday night, is a case in point. Thia meeting had for its object the obtaining of a special grant to repair that disreputable piece of the White Horse-road known by the appropriate name of the Bay of Biscay. Hitherto the wants of Boroondara and Nunawading have been st'raugely overlooked by the Governinent; and until these districts have been tfirly dealt with by the powers that be, it will be manifestly unjust to discontinue the system of mtaking special grants, more especially as other districts have enjoyed so large a share of th...

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THE BAY OF BISCAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 November 1862

THIE BAY OF B1ISCAY. Last Wede:tl day evenilg a public meet ing was held at the White Hlorse hotel, Nuuawading., for the purpose of apl)oilting a deputation to wait ulpoU the Governmentt with a view to obtainl a special graint tor the repair of' that porliol of the Whitoe Hliuse road known as the isay of I?iscay. MRr. William Lllilgworth was called ipon to preside. The Chairlman, on opening the proceed ilngs, said there could not be two opinions as to the necessity of takitig action in order to get somethinig done to improve the B1ay of 13iscay. That lmneeting was called be'calUe when ho brought the imatter before the Nunuawaiilng Roadl Boarl with a view to get a deputation appointeud, to act with Kew al IBoroonidara, it was thought Iby thei majority of the Boarud that they hi:l no rigli to interfere, as the piece oa' road referred to was in another district. Now, unless the public took up.the matter, next winter they would ihave to wade through the Bay in thlo same way as they' did...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 November 1862

K(EW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, NoveDruci 4. Present--John Iialtey, Esq., Chairman. Couneillors Derrick, Lewis, Fox, Cranwell, and Wharton. The miniutes of the preOious meeting were iead and confirmed. CORRES PONDENCE. From Sir Jamnes F. Pahnler, in reply to a letter from the Council. stating that no gravel could be fouid l ohis pIroperty at HIawthorll. Froml the Town Clerk of Taradale, solicit ing the co-op?ueratioi of the Council to pro LcuIr an amendalent in the Municipal Act to tLlaite tihe Ilsanlicie callused by goats, &c., and lorvarnding It tolpy of the prolposed amnemt nent;. From the Town Clerk of ll.awthorn, asking for intormation relative to the collection of the tolls ait llawthorn bridge. Front tihe lIa 1wthorn Municipal Council, Ioklowlledging receipt oft' letter respecting I'l?ukeir's.rnadl, niid stating that it had been retl',rrctl to the Public Works committee. Front Mr. Ellinugwortlh, intlwrl'inig the Conllil thalit In? metilng would be held at thl \\Vlite...

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