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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 November 1862

HIAWTTHORN POJICE COURT. TuEsDar, NOVEMBEnR 4. [Before P. O'Blrien, Esq., J.P. Chairman, D. M'I ougall, Esq., J.P., and W. 11. Pettett, Esq., J.P.] J?ioLfUntL.-John Sindon was brought up in the custody of Constable Gray, charged with committing a burglary at IKew. The prisoner was so severely hurt about the feet and legs as to be unable to stand. Constable Henry. Gray, stationed at Kew, deposed as follows':-About five o'clock this mormng (4th November) I recoived iuformna. tion that MJr. M'Evov's house has been broken into. I proceeded to the place, and found the prisoner lying under a tree in Studley Park, about 500 yards from the house. On search ing him [ found the three keys produced, and a box of wax matches. On going into Mr M:I'Evoy's house I found two wax matches on the table, which corresponded with those I found in the prisoner's pockets. Ialso found upon him the wood matches produced, simi lar to those used in the house, a box of which had been left upon tie table. The ch...

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

CHIlARILES 3BAIKEJI, PLUMIBER, PAINTER, ANSD PA PERI 11 ANGE]R, NEXT DiOOR 'TO "luTAN1),it) A OFFICI, MAIN IOAD, ILA\\TIIORN. 1AiJ;N. JAMES F'INLAY, 17 Collins 1 street east, has just received. andll is now openitlg, In very I\liU AI\S()IL'L'MENI' of MItL I,IN lBY G(3()1)S, consisting of chip, fancy, and straw honnets, hats, limoti Is, s!:anwl., dresses, &c, the greater pa.rt of which have been IllLai ex pressly to order, anld fir beauty of umaterial, de sigl, or lilish, cannot L e lsuirpiassed. The llMost Moderate I'rices are charged, and tihe wear ofl' every article may be imlllliitly relied mn. \edding ITrusaux preparcted on the shortest iotice. The Fa:ntily alnd Conlpliultu tarcy Mouritlg Dc partienlt .is replhte with eve'ry requisite in the nlewest aud prettiest shalpeas. Ladlies' Utlerelothing and Ilaby Linen of sn perior qluality in great variety. Babies' bassin eta triimmed and flurnished. WILLIAM RAWLE, FAMILY CHE MIST, (dlncder of thie Ph'larurmceutical Society of"...

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GOING TO HEAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 November 1862

(llllis To vieank..-" Where are yin goilngu? said it a young gentleman to an elderly ont in a white I cravat, whom he overtook a few mniles fronm Little Iock, " I am going to heaven, my son. - I have been on my way there for eightecn years." Wel, guod a bye, old fellow i If you have been travelling to wards heaven for eighteen years, and put no nearer I to it tihan Arkansas, I'll take aptolir. route." False teeth have their dangera as well as their uses. William Varde, a police-constable, was leav. ing the Exhibition a few evenings ago, and while running tlhrough the raini to an omnibus sttumbled and fell. Ho was picked up by some comrades. appar. ently insensible, aiid taken to St. George's IHospital. It was there found that lie was dead. A postmor tem examination revealed the fact three false teeth which tihe deceased had worn had been knocked by the fall into tlhe entrance to the glottis, causing instant death -Home News. DIRTiS ANMD TItE D.YS OF THE WEEK. Monday's bairn is fair ...

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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 November 1862

IIAWTIIOIRN IrIERARY ASSOCIATION. 1b the Editor of tho Standard. Sm,-Last eovening, at the conclusion of the scientific lecture by ])Dr. BowmIan, at the ahUoe In stitution, I was surprised to hear remarks on someo of the members of the comnunitteo from a gentleman in the body of the hall, who seconded a vote of thanks to the Chairman, P. O'Brieln, Esq. 'The re marks to which I allude wcere, that the paucty of attendance was caused chrough the neglect of sonime of the conmnitteo-men. At the time. I thought he might bo in error; but front inquiries made this morning I must admit I tlhink ho acted perfectly right, and that his remarks were true; for I have ascertained that five memabers resigned a considera ble time ago. Sinco these resignations no comn mitteo meeting isas assembled to elect others to servo' in their room, or in fact to transact any business: whatever portaining to tihe Association. I think,. Sir, when gentlemon aillowr tshemselves to be elected: to any honorary oilicr...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 November 1862

'b the .Edtlior of lthe Standard. Sin,-There are two things in which all men are equally interested-their business and their religion. Their foundation principles are morality and rover cnce. Thie former consists in a right conduct of what over conserves the interests of man's temporal wel fare, whether in Its individual or associative Iposition, securing a balaco of power against selllshness on the one part and tyrannical influences on the other; -the latter is guide. In its tendencies, its entlhusiiasm, or its rationality, ill oexact proportion to our appreciation of the nature and excellency of the powers we revurer ence. As to morality, all mnen agree to its niecsity. Is it a great unity, free from all setariaism; a clear and well defined foiundation prineliple of action, decisive assent or dissent to which includes or cx eludes from right to tile privileges of life.,. Blut so far as religion is concerned, tile extent of our rover ence, tile forms in which woeoxpress it, or the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 November 1862

yT ANTED,s good MOWER, immediately. Apply Mr. GOODMAN, near Governor j1.otham, hawthorn. NOTICE. T OHN PINNIGER begs to return his sincere thanks to the Gentry and Inhhitants of Boroondara, IlHawthorn, and Richmond, for the liheral Patronage they have bestowed on him for the last fIve years; and also to inform them that, having pIurIchased his brother's Blusiness in Rowena P'aradie, Richmond, he haIs ENTERED INTO PAR'TNERSII I' with HiR. DAYi and hopes, by strict attention to Business and Mloderate Clharges to ensure a continuance of their past favours, N.B.-Tho Business will be carried on in futuro under the style of PINNIGET AND) PAY, .lawlhorn, and Rowena .Paradelc, iclchmfnrl. I have authorised Mr. Day to recreive outstand ing accounts due to me,,-JOHN PINIGElt.

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 November 1862

CD~c ,outl) 1 oowt''e tanlbatvb FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1t4T, 1802. TIE Parliament of Victoria having again assembled, the Opposition mnembers have commenced the session with the usual attack upon the ministry, founding their opposition upon the administration of the Land Act. They disclaim any desire to displace the Government, however, and in this the be. ginning of the session is so far different from the preceding ones. The debate has been prolonged in the usual, style but like allthings earthly, it must have an end; and for this end we are anxiously looking, in order to see what sort of a reception the District Councils Bill will meet with, For some years past a measure of this character has been promised to the country; but the everlasting Land Question has blocked the way of almost all other legis lation. Now that this question is settled to the satisfaction of all but those who find their occupation as agitators gone, the House will have ample opportunities of devoting their attent...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 November 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Lettcrs itodpled fur-inserlion in dIo SOUTH BouitcUx STANDARD misud be auldwnticantc bi Iby e name and ad drcaa q/ t/he WritCr, net neccssarily /br jiablication, bud as a qauraulte qf gaad fittlad/s. e 'f i hr i not re apunsib/e or I/se opiaann s f hia Carrcspoitleda,]

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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 November 1862

HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIA TION. On Wednesday evening last, Dr. Bowman delivered a lecturo before the nmembers of the above Association, on " The position Man occupies in the scale of being, physi cally and mentally." P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., was voted to the chair. The attbndance was very limited, not more than forty persons, mostly ladies, being present. The Chairman observed that it was not very graceful of the inhabitants to show so small a muster; but there were reasons which relit some of the members away, such ais the Interesting debate going on in the House, and a lodge meeting of the Oddfel. lows. Ile had much pleasure in introducing his learned freind, Dr. Bowman to the meet ing. Dr. B3owman observed that it was amatter of notoriety that a very great change had taken place in the education of the people. Instead of devoting all their attention to the classics, their studies were now a of more practical nature, and their object was to ob tain useful information. B3y studying ...

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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 November 1862

" Mi.ET1NGl 0? ON'( 140 J$O D E$. !1OjbOOIn)AA DItRlICT ROAn JIOAELD Meets aI * hute Sziturdays, at the OfIHc, OaiiiberwehI, at (idloCk p.m. HAWTJLIwIU hIMu NgIP4I, COUPrOx4 meats evury ldonday . venllhg, at thes Council Chaaiihers at 7 orocc. KCw \lu1JICJI4I. Cquz csr. n~cetu yovry 'i'uceiay evoniag, at 8 o'clock.

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KEW SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 November 1862

KIfW SUB0CRIPTION LIIIItARY. In conneoxion with the above Institute, open PYery evening, Sundays cxceptp, from 5 to 10 p.m. lgy members only,

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KEW LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 November 1862

KEW ITjERARY AND SCIENTIFIO INSYTITUTE,, XR44Ur4 qrc celjvgro i every Thursdway ovoning. ,-in IhIe Atltenewi, hiew, oIL various branches of Jterqgtore scio, andJ art: Commence at eight.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 November 1862

CU1ARLES BAKER, PLUMBER, PAINTER, AND PAPERHANGER, NEXT 1)OOR TO "STAKDAIRD " OFFTCE, MAIN ROAD, IIHAWTHORN. HUGH PECK, O7 LITTLE BOIURKE STREET EAST. House, Land, and Gcneral Commission Agent. Valuations made of Hotel and other property, and Money Lent upon IHousehold Furniture and any good seeinrity, at lowest currenlt Interest. without delay. Ilents and Debts collected by distraint or otherwiseb WILLIAM RAWLE, FAMILY - CHEMIST, (JMember of the Phurmaceutical Suiciey of Great Britain,) UPPER IIAWTIIORN, Begs to Intimate to the residents of hawthorn and the adjacent Townships, that his Establishment is now replete with an entire Now Sto:lc of Drugs, Chemincas, &c., and that every care and attention has lieuin shown as regards purity in selection and expearence in inauitaieture. SP'rescriptlons and Private RIecipes will have his unremitting personal attention, combined with neat ness and despatlh. Einema and JrceastSyringes on Salo or Ilro. Medleal Appliauces of every descri...

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RAILWAY CHARGES. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 November 1862

RnAILWAY ChARGES. lb th Edlitor of the Standard. Sin,-Taving lilttlo or nothing to do last Monday, I thought I would take a trip, accoinpanied by my wilb, to the Brighton Bench, more oespecially s theo faro for a return ticket I was given to understand was but a shilling for each person, 1 arrived at thel IHawthorn station;l::tiune for thu. 2 p.,1. train, and' rqvauated two returh ticke:s for thu It ach of the money-taker; when; julge of my astoln'4inat, as 1 learnt fro a him. that hg could not nuruish mn with them, but I could take two returns ftr Swan-street, at G,1. each, and then Iwomtore at Swan-street for the Buy at I, 3d. oeach-itfact, mtaking me pay 3s. lid. for what the Company adlvertised at s. At the santme time I saw a poster in the stftliov, whereon it stated that retnrnltickets were to be hadfor is. to theu lenchon MfondaysT dayuds,Wednwhl Iys,'l'hIrm days, and Fridays.. Well, Sir, to avoid a scene, I paid the larger sum, but not without somucurious thoughts rushlng th...

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STATE OF NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 November 1862

STATE OF NEW ZEALAND. (FaOiz THE YEOMAN.) The " British Lon" in New Zealand seems to have become nmetamorphosed, and to be no longer a lion but a Inmb. It is a very difficult matter for any one at this distance to comprehend fully the abjoet position.which the English race hlolds ini that colony. It is exceedingly difficult for anyone inot on the spot to understand the hisatory of the complications as they exist between the aboriginal tribes and the white settlers; but of this we are sure, that the policy whiclh dictates never-ending concessions to aboriginal arrogncie must come to an end some fine day. So fa" as tih state of matters can be understood fronm this remote stand-point, it seems perfectly evi dent that the time is not remote when the English mnust. ether abandon tihe northern island altogether or so much of it as the natives chooso to call thceir owntenrritory-or else they must figlht and conquer them. In the interestsof humanity it is exceedingly desirable that the abor...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11. [Before P.O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, and W. H. Pettett, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 November 1862

IIAWTJIORN POLICI COUl'd. TUi)E~ ~ ýP. 0 [Befre P. O'Brien, ELsq., J.P., Chairman, a and W. 11. P'ettett, EI.q; J.P.] OtasexE E LNUAOgi -\.-Mary Ann Solo mois v. John Clip per; obseeno and ahtsive luiguatge. The plauti II dketlhed tlhat on last Sundtlay week eight cows waere in her gar den, at Nunawuling, anild she tol her little I gi-l to drivo out the German cows. The de- t fendent was ptissing, in comnpaliny with anotlher man, and said "' You b'---I, what have you to say. against the Germanus ?" I-Ic thuen made disgusting. gestures to Iher. The defen dant's brother ailso abused her. To Ithec defendalnt.-You said nothing till I told my girl to drive out the cows. Tile cows were in imy garden, and the child was running to drive them out; when you made ue bol' the h ad languiage.' Ann Hunt deposed that she was sitting near the creek whecn the plaintiff told her girl to put tihe cows out. She heard the do fendant tmake use of the language complained olf. TheIl plaintiffgave Ilimn no ...

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NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROARD BOARD. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7. Present—The Chairman (Mr. N. Berry), Messrs. Ellingworth, Keogh, Bennett, and Sutton. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 November 1862

NUNAWAIWING DISTRICT ROARD BOARD. FuIDAY, Noviurnrn '7. Prcsent-Tihe Chairman (Mr. N. Berry), Messrs. Ellingworth, Keogh, Beuunnett, and Suitton. The minuites of the previous mceeting were read and confirmed. CORiESPONI)ENCi. To the Coinimissiouner of Railways and Roads, transmitting vouchers for the py meat of £274 2s. to meet the first moiety of the Gintu-in-Aid for the current year, mind requesting that the second mIoiety might be paid to the credit of the Board.. T1'o the Surveyor-General,, forwarding a copy of the assessment. roll. Mr. Keogh objected to sending the roll to the Survecyor-General; ho was of opinion that it should be forwarded direct to the Dep artmeut of Ra ilways and Roads. 'i'ho Secretary explained that be had only complied withl the provisions of' the Act. Fromn the Roads aind Bridges office, re questing to be furnished with a statement of the revenue of tihe Board from the 1st Janu ary to the present date, anid the anodunt likely to be collected up to the 31s...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 November 1862

VOTES AND NEWS. An extensive fire was burning at Sandridge yesterday afternoon, It comminenced at Gar ton's hotel, and it was expected that the whole row of houses would be sacrificed. The " Cup Day" of the Turf Club Races camne off yesterday. The Two-year-old stakes were won by Mr. Lane's Aruina; and the Cup was won by the Sydney horse Archer, with Mormon second and Camden third, A journal of Landsborough's expedition in search of Burke and Wills, has just been publishcd by Mr. F. F. Bailliere, of Collinus street. The pamphlet contains a well-exe cuted map of the Australian colonies, and from the interesting characteor of its contents, which includes some valuable information to future travellers in the interior, we have no doubt the publication of Mr. Landsborough's diary will be most acceptable to the public. Icralj. There is every prospect that the cricket ing season following the present one will be rendered memorable by a second visit to the Austraian colonies of an All-Englan...

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KEW POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12. [Before John Halfey, Esq., J.P., Chairman, and J. C. Jenner, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 November 1862

K EW PQLICiCQURIiT. ;WEDNESDAY, EI EI 12. [Before John Ilalfoy, Esq., J.P,, Chairman, and J. C. Jennor,:Esq., JP.] I UsE AND OcurATroN.-Thomas Emnbling v. Charles Sontag; use and occuPation of a farm at Dandenong £18. Mr. lBayno ap peared for the plaintiff and Mr. Purcell for the defendant. Mr. Bayno, on opening the case, read the agreement under which the defendant occu pied the farm, and stated the amount of rent duo. Mr. Purcell objected t tohe hearing of the case in that court, as thoe actual transactions out of which the case arogo did not take place within that district. He miglht be met with the reply that a material parto'fthe contract was performed in tlhe district ; bdt naccording to the hand-book used by Judge Pohllmau, all that is material to support the action must arise within the district. The power to have the case heard out of the distriot in which the cause of action arose was only given to the plaintiff in those cases where the defendant would not be put to unnece...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COU[?] MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 14 November 1862

IIAWTHOiRN 1vUNICIpAL CO MONDAY, oYaEMRna 10, Present-D. MPDougall, T,., Cuncillors Bragge, Hlll, ton O'Grady. The minutes of the previous meet read and confirmed. Beforo the business was pronfh I the Chairman remarked that gas tlv obsroved as a public holiday, it oi;ln wish of the Council to adjourn. Councillor Bragge said the PIll> committco had beln in attend anOeti. and' a-half, and the council bhsiun not occupy more that half-an hour. I surpriseod at not receiving a note fr Town Clerk, stating that there wtlt meeting; but as they were now a it would be absurd to adjourn. It was then resolved to proceed l business. COnRREPNEC, c ~rmmto'on INCE, To the Town Clerk of 'I\radale, in to letter of the 24th ult., respctir amcndmoent of the Poaunds Act. To the Rev. W. Wilson, statag etc Council hand granted the useo of theB H-all for a course of three or four d on alternato Sunday afternoons. To the Town Cleork of Sautdhnest,o reference to the jurisdiction of a thu! over a portion of...

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