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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 December 1862

CIICKET. On Saturday last, a one innings match was played on the Hawthorn Cricket Ground. between 11 ot' the Hawthorn and Kew V\. lunteers and 1.1 members of the i awthoren Cricket Club, which, as the subjoined score will show, resulted in the defeat of the Volun teers by 45 runs. The fielding on both side? was very good, and in two or three instances first-rate. IAWTIHOIIN Ci?CwKET CLn. O. Box, b F. 11111 ... ... ... 0 . Bayne, b Hill ... ,,, ... 5 - Everist, run out ... G. ieshley, e T. HaIlnllnltl, b Atkyls Ii B. Fislsley, c Ilodd, b Atkyns ... 0 A. Camnpbell. b Atkyns ... ... i ; J. T. Howell, b Atkyns ... ... 3 It. Hunt, e Rodd, b I'. Ilaumond .... . 1 G. Lewis, jun., not out ... ... 19 W. Bryant, c T'. Illmmdnd, b Atluyns I F. ayIne, jun., b 'T. I-lnuend .. 0 Byes 9, leg bye 1, wides 13, no balls 2 27 Total ... ... 4

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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KEW POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10. [Before J. Halfey, Esq., J.P., Chairman, C. J. Jenner, Esq., J.P. J.Carson, Esq., J.P. Dr. Embling, J.P., and G. Wharton, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 December 1862

-0-- KEW POLICE COURT. WEDNESD.tY, DECEMBEa n 10, [Before J. ialfoy, Esq., J.P., Chairman, C, J. Jenner, Esq.. J.P., J. Carson, Esq., J.P. Dr. 1ri?bilfig, J.P., and G. VWhai'tonu, Esq., J.P.] Goons.-ILargo Gray v. Peter Edwards ; goods sold £2.3s. The defendant did not ap pear. The plaintiff stated that the defen dant did not dispute the acoennt, but` put him off' from timo to time. Yerdicb for tho amount, with 2s. Od. costs. A WaAN austo IIO Rse.-Theophilus Wheeler was summoned by Constable Spear for allowing his horse to wander in the pub lic streets. Tho defendant did not appear. The constable proved the offence, and a fine of Is. was inflicted, with 5s. costs. "WAols.-,Toloh Ooerman v. Emma Sloper ; work and labour Us. Gd.-Settled. GoonDs-George Ogborne v. same ;goods sold £.. 9s. 2d.--No appearance. Francis Jailtieson v. same ; goods soal £9. Ua. id. Tlh'e defendant did not appear. The plaintiff proved the bill, and the Bench gave a verdict for the. amount, with 2s. 6J1. costs....

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VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 December 1862

VOLUN'TEERS. Capt. IHammond, l, C lI)x, b G. Fislley 7 '1' Hammond, c 11. Fishley. b Howell 0 - Hellicar run out .. .. . 0 F. 1111i, 1 b w, b Howell ... .. 3 - ]lolmer. run out ... ... ... 0 - Atkyns, b G. Fishley ... ... 0 G. Thompson, b G. F.shley .. 3 S. It. Groomn, b owell ... ... 0 - Blackburn, b llowoll .. ... 0 Sergt. lodd, c F. Blayne, b Howell ... 2 C Groom, not out . .. ... 0 Bye 1, leg byo 1, wides 2 ' .. 1 Total ... ... 10 --n--

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P. Chairman, C. J. Jenner, Esq., J.P., the Hon. T. H. Power, J.P., D.M.'Dougall, Esq., J.P., and W.H. Pettett, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 December 1862

IIAWTIIORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, DEaEMBER 0. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P. Chairman, 0. J. Jenner, Esq., J.P., tho lion. T. H. Power, J.P., D. M'Dougall, Esq., J.P., and Wr. II. Pettott, Esq., J.P.] DRuNK Ani Disotunatr.--.Tohn Strin ger was brought up by Constitble Brenuan, charged with being drunk and disorderly. The constable stated, that he arrested the do. fendant at Malvorn. HIo was drunk, and his languago was very bad. The defendant said that he had taken a couple of glasses, that he had only been three weeks in the colony, aud hadl a quarrel with his employer. Fined 5s. or in delault 4S3 hour's inlrisonment. WoK\u ANiD I,.ituo0ut -Sarah R1obinson v. Connor Dooley; work and labour lOs. The plaintiff stated that the defendant was look ing for' men to ent groeent;untl, but they would not work lfr him. She ollbred her services, and he gave her the hook to see whether she could cut it. She than asked what he would give her for eitting, and he replied that he would satisfty her....

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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 December 1862

MEETINGS OP PUF !JIO BIODIES. KEw MUNICIPAL CoUNCIl. imeeCts evcry TilerdLy evening, at 8 o'clock. UItINU.uICA 1)i9IiICZt RoAP BOARD mea(ts al, tcrlute Saturdays, it the Olflce, Cambearwell . at o'cluuk p'·m. IIAWTIIIJUZ'C i tI'NAlCl'lI. COUNCIL meeta evecry Alotldny evaening, I thelw Counc"il Chitimbers It 7 o'clock.

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12TH, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 December 1862

iIjc . uottlj 13ottUt, lta.ubat'. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12ru, 1802. " IoNoova to whom honour is due." The remainas of the brave but unfortunate ex plorerJ, J3uavre and WVLLas may be ex pected to arrive in Melbourne in the :course of a few days. A public funeral will be * accorded them, the arrangements for which have beeni very unwisely left wi th the blunder ing Exploration Committee and their vari ously-talented Secretary. How far the Commimtee will succeed in spoiling the pro cession is yet to be seen; but that the pub lic of Victoria will pay that respect to the illustrious dead which their services and sufferings in the cause of science deserve we have every reason to believe. All mistakes in the arrangement of the progranune will not be regarded in .the one desire to do honour to the departed heroes.: In the procession will be found the re presefitativesof nearly all the municipal bodies of Victoria; while the police, Volunteers, Freemasons, Oddfellows, Foresters, and I other occul...

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KEW LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 December 1862

KEW LITERARY AND SCIENTIFICO L\sI.,S'lTUTE. Lectures are delivered every Thursday eve(nin, in the1 Athenaelnf, Kew, on various branches of lterature, scienoc, and art. Comnmence at eight. KEW FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY, Conslsting of hooks lent by the Melbourne Publio Library. Open every evening, Sundays exceptol free of charge.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 December 1862

HUGH PECK, 67 LITTLE BOURKE STREET EAST. Touse, Land, and General Commission Agent. Valuations made of Hotel and other property, and Money Lent upon Iousohold Furniture and any good security, at lowest current interest, without I delay. IRents and Debts collected by distraint or a otherwlsc. JAMES MUNRO, 4ltth u lIitte antit Spirit +t orrt)jattt, FORESTERS' STORE, Corner of James and Victoria Streets, RICHIMOND. SKIN ERUPTIONS, Vlhitlows, Boils, Rinqworm', Pimples on tuhe Face, and Varicose 7'ins, SUCCESSFULLY TREATED. NI01IOLSON, Mr., Tlanmore-street, Williams town; a running sore on the leg for four years. FORI{MAN, Mr.. Elephant and Castle, Little Bourke-street, and Royal Mail, Somerton; scurvy on the hands for five years. Also his son; pimples on his face for throee years. Alsohls wife; an ulcerated leg for four years. McDOWELL, MARY, Brunswick-street; an ul oerated leg for three years; both medical men and hospital failing In their treatment. N numerous other Testimonials can b...

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BOROONDARA CEMETERY. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 December 1862

BOcROONDARA CEMETERY. .. the .ditor of the Standard. PSi,-As a'constant reader of your paper,. I can. not help smiling at the occasional reports of the Bo rJondara General Cemetery which appears in your columns, and at the poeuliar manner i? which the. trustees oftthat important domain carry on opera tions. Every month the expenditure exceeds the income; though where that exponditure is. lncu' red is impossible to find out, if one may judge by the wilderness.like appearanuc of the plcer, for I looks dejected, borlorn, and miserable in the extreme. Trune, just about the entrance the place is (ldy enough, but after proceeding a little way In, visions of snakes and other ugly reptiles naturally suggest themselves; and toono accustomed to see it under a better aspect, the change Is very romarktblo. Uy. on inquiltig the causo from some of my neigh hours, they attributed It to tilhe removal of the late manage who has been superseded by another. Cer taInlyhthe alteration is not for the bet...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 December 1862

'Lb the iditorof lthe S!tandardcl, 8rn,-Lord Bacon, in his ominently practicnl p1h! losophy, teaches "'That each event depends upon a certain combination ofcircumstances which pr.cede it and constitute its cause. It is evident we shall be able to command the event whenever we have it in oar power to produce the combination out of the means which nature has placed within our reach.' Acquisition of material wealth, Intellectual inm provement, moral power, the religious sentiment each of which requires a peculiar and separate com hination of circumstances to secure a position for progress towards their ultimate object. History, or ,a record of the circumstances which have governed t past ages, affords us a fair review of the motives, g actions, and results which combinations of preceding i circumstances have produced. A knowledge of this ii is essential, to enable us to select or choose such - circumstances as will act favourably in securing pro. gross for our own and future generation...

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TEMPLESTOWE ROAD DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 December 1862

TENEP. LESTQWE RtO0A .lDIS''1tICT, STmh ammuni meeting of thbB ratLepayerd of' timo abovo ddlriuL wans hold htit Moulndiy, at thue Uppor Ymu''a Ilulul, Tmlimllontowo A. N. Clcrlco, Esq., J.1'., pronidud, an d opencd the I puteluditigd to tn L usual ImaImnneIr. J. Itichrdo, I-nq,, J.1., Olhiitirinmm of tho Into Board, brought tip the olulowing r'port 'te I? ,tard, ont as-;onblbit t t lhII( it.tmolttI"otetlt of the year, tifmnl theliabilitie'suf the I rctedin:? lUnrd to exceed the as ott. ':tndthelef 'o ai pulion of IItIr year's salary was paidl ith Ihi, ear's revennn The l1hairntan, to eclttontto ie the wrking expluse.s (f the ho1ard, his tteled i, hob . trlttlurer and se 'rotary dtr ilg the year. The Board resolved that the expelldi. attre oi the ' l'etp llestweand t( ll er roalls stolltld l tliased on1 the ratles colleted il 1861, o eacll h arond respec ivtly. The ":htvinul g works have been exltc rtetl or arne i etleared, 4 mles 4 ntinloenlln, rep lirs to Brhilge-road lhncas:er-ro...

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NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 December 1862

NUNAW\\ADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. FLDtrAY, DECEMBEra 5. Present-The Chairman (.1r.N.N. Ber ry), Messrs. Keogh, Bennett, Elligigworth, I Corko, Yeomans, and Sutton. COIurESI'ONDENCE. To the Boroondara Road Board, ofriaring t the co-operation of this Board in the matter' of,the re-distribution of the Hawthorn toll I fund. From the Roads and 13rilgcs oflice, in forming the Board that; the Commissioner of I Railways and Roads would receive a de, - putation in reference to the White rorse ' road on the 26th ult. From the same, stating that the second moiety of the Grant-in-Aid was passed for I payment. F'roml the Baulnk of Victoria, stating that I the Board of Directors had sanctioned an I overdraft to the extent of £50. From the hon. Secretary to the Road Board Conference, inviting the Chairman to at tend a confelrence of the Road Boards of South Bourke to consider the District Coun oils and Shires Bill. Froam the Boroondara Road.Board, ac knowleding with thanks the receiptoof letter re...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, DECEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 December 1862

lA.WTHORN MUN.ICIPAL COUNCIL, MONDAY.t, D)E?GMBEIL 8, Present-- . lM'Dougall, :Eq., Chairman, Councillors Pettett, Bragge, Campbell, Con ran, and O'Grady. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COIRRESPONDENCE. To J. Steavenson, Esq,, Assistant Commis. sioner of Roads and Bridges, acknowledging receipt of letter of the 12th ult., and statinU that tenders had been called for the propose" work at Creswick-strooet. To D)r. [Macadamn, heon. see. to the Explo ration Committee, in reply to letter of the 12th ult., stating that the Couincil would .be happy' to take part in the public funeral to Burke and Wills. To the ioun. J. S. Johnson, Commissioner of Public Works, requesting information as to the terms on which the Yan Yean water supply could be extended to Hawthorn. Jriom the Municipal Conference, stating that the delegates will meet on the 18th inst., at two o'clock, in tile Melbourne Town Hall, to consider the proposed Municipal Corpora tions Amendment Act. F'r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 December 1862

.vrloI A MOUNCIPALITY. )-\)ERS will be received at the Council Il.ler untillolnalsy, the 22nd December, at :'lck p', I"for the following works;- s?fr 0 i."l Culhert.--Building Stone Wall, &c.; i opI ... t ion of Gravel Pit on Kew-road. ull itit' lrsi at Council Chamber, IIw thorn, : , tl instant. I'e t'r` to be o1 printed forms, and addressed i itlirml:l of the Mlunicipality. Council do not bind themselves to accept the .t or ay ndo JOHN T,;ON, Town Clerk. i all, II wtthorn, lth lhtcllier' 1862. iE EW MUCNICIPALIfY. OTi IC ins hereby given that any Rate i\"r whose lnale is not on the Ratopayers' I gir tie niCilnlity of Ie, cn havel his nalme cilll'rcmlby aIpplylg to tie Council at their asittins on I'rlESl)AY, the 16th and 30th l)e.. ibtrt ilit. l provided hli h1as resided in the Mu. ,dity or it period of Ihlie etontlts prior to such S aT.. LOW\VIIEY, Town Clerk. ' Collin il ChamlleCrs, lectt.lber 2ndtl, 1862. 100?NDAl tA. DISTRIOT' ROAD BOARD. ?.\1ED TENDERS, addressed .to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 December 1862

TItOS. HOLIMES DAVIS & CO., HALTL O COM31EURItO, I NTIMATE thaint, in consequotence of frcslh shipments to their firm, they mre prepared to ofer for Sale, Wholesale and Iletail, the following first-class brands of Colonial winse Erlena ar mitageo Malvasia Matlaro Chrystal lispnior S. A Hock imhbircli Also, to Purclhase from protdeers. HUGH PECK, 07 LITTLE ]3OURKE STREET EAST. Ho use, Land, andl General Commission Agent. Valuations made of hotel and olther property. and \losey Lent upon hIouslehold Furniture and any goed sccurity, at lowest current interest. without I delay. Rents and Debts collected by distraint or otherwise. JAM1ES MU TNRO, Rtub &Ttitn attlr Zpit'it 1ord)ilttt, FO(RECSTEi{S' STORE, Corner of James land Victoria Streets, RICA IIMODI). SKIN ER UPTIONS, If7ditlows, Moils, Ringworm, Pimplet s on the J1err, and i1r icose J einss, S UCO CES SULLY TREATED. IO0IIOLSON, Mr., Hlsanmore-street, Williams town; a runnlirng sore on the leg for four years. FOREMAN...

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BOROONDARA CEMETERY. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 December 1862

U3OROONDARA CEMETERY. To ihe JrEdi/or ofethe S/oitlat'ld. Afr Evernia,-Your correspondent signiu inrg im if ASulst'cr hir," 'has tiSlen into an error, pchtIp tt;ni'o'iit' tally, in stating that I was sup('tse le.t in nmy siteat iont at the Cfnettery; and lest any or your idehris shontd t suppose that I witas distmisl' I by theI trtste.ts, I blg to state that I gave theti a monthi's notice to leave the appointment, in accordin'e it ' I the aercemeat entered into when I accepted thle in' gagelhnttt. I stay also state tlhat I left the ltwe in ispositioe to the wishes of many of my friend,, who representted to te tho folly of giving up when nos it oft' the hard work was (lone; but after three years of labour in attetpting to make the place a credit to the district, I foundl that I was to be constantly anntoyed by olne of tihe trustees, and tlhat it was useless to attimiplt to carry on when those who knoew little or notthing of the business used every aoppor. tttnity to sublject me to pe...

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THE RAILWAY AND THE COPPER TOKENS. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 December 1862

THE RAILWAY AND THE COPPER TOKENS. Tbo (Ae Editor of tho Stanthrd. Sn,-Last Sunday, accompanied by a friend, I went to the Swan-street station of the Melbourno Raillway to proceed to hawthorn by the 1.30 train. The price of the tickets was 4d. each. I pult downi a shillling to pay for the two, when the monony-taker tendered me for change four tokens. I refused thoem, well knowing (especially after the remarks in thelo Iouse from the OhiefSocretary respecting them) theoy would bo useless to me, and that the sense were Illegal. IJo refused to givo me any other kind of change, so of course I was done to the tune of 4ld. If a poor cardriver refused to givo me my changeo I should know my remedyt or should I in my shop not in the same mannor, I guess what would be the ultimate cousequlences of my unitredesmanlike con duct. I fanny I should be sutmmoned before a Justice of the peace for the balance, and most inevi tably should he obliged to pay the same, with costs, and justly too. But, Si...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 December 1862

To the .Edlior of the Standard.lil SIo,-lf in the view which I lhave taken, as cx pressed in Iny previous letters, I amn correct, I am now in a position to trace out whether, as some posi tively assert, the character of main is altogether formed for him by naturo and society, or whether the power and tho will of the individual have any choice or control in the matter. Mluch dcpends upon satisfactory solution of this problemn-neither more nor less than this, that as we decidelo such must be the conclusions we arrive at-that man is, or that man is not, a responsible being. 'The assertion that nature and society forn tihe character of the indi vidual man:, appears to me to bie a fallacy, so far as it is considered an ultimate, for what is nature biut the will and the work of that great nity-thc spirit of God, which is constantly tliffulsing itself for tihe universal good and happiness ot' all creation; and as Pauli says, without tiny contradictionli , " The less is blessed of the bette...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 December 1862

To thei Edior of the oSlandared. Smn,-'lThe recent fracas (if it many he so n ciled) in our Lower lHouse will nallrd anotlhr opportunity, not ti be passed over in silencc, to certain gentlemen of t to Metropolitan press who are much in the habit of placing prominently before their readers any circumt. stance having it tendelncy to disparage tihe I,egisla turns of the various colonies. Yet i tile facts be cor rectly stated, they will hear us out in our assertion, that so far from our Legislnture being a disorderly mewting of brawling, vulgar law "makers, we do not only profess the most thorough loyalty to the Crown andt respect for its represetntative here, but thalnt we ore rather incllined to restrict the freedom of debate withini a much narrowrer compass than tlhant which it obtains in the House of Commons, to whose rules and observanccs we naturally look for guidance in mat" tors of the kind. Indeed, it must be confessed that the Premier was somewhatr t lhardly treated in this re...

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A FEW QUESTIONS. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 December 1862

A FEW QUESTIONS. % tihe Editor of'tiw Standard. Sis,-Sovoral of the greatest improvements ro quired for the town of Hawthorn have been so long overlooked that Ideem it right to put a few questions. respecting them. First-About the erection of linger-posts, directing and informing the inhabitants as well as strangers as to the names of tho streets, and to whero they lead. Second-As to the money voted for fencuing tiie reserve at Hawthorn bridge. - Third-As to the money voted for making an ap proach to Creswick-street. And finally-As to the furnishing of the library in the Town Hall. Yours, AN INHABITANT. 18th December, 1862.

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