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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, and C. J. Jenner, Esq., J.P] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 December 1862

11AWi; lOINS O11I0CE COURT. [Betlinro 1', C)'I lrirt, H m.. P(1 ., tutnnn, and C., J. ,lQ11ilc Esq., .1 P.] 3)ntrNiitiýNtiss,- --I Ild\vnrd Eirla ' i \an clhnargd will a ci hll;'iuv, by Contslnblo Gany. Tihl constblo hst iiud t nith ilL' lou ud the di~lLin duan dr(101k, inl clunrg ofi tl holsu iuid ciu the pr)viouts flay, about eveuun o'clocluki icnt. The (lcloidiit tiiil ieo was sorry for" liaving; comniitted the oillbco, anld the hiIecli let hiln ofl' with tho nominun Ilno of it. No NA'.rn:,.-Edws':urd )llnuunrd wats chargod by Coushublo .'PKountio with having no anme on hits dray. The dofondaunt uunid hoe wats not aware tIhat a nallo was required on a dray out of Molboiirnie, but as soon as the constable told him of it he put ai name-plate on.-'in d Is. and 5s. costs. No L urit'.-Sarmuel Johnson was charged by Constable Cregan with having no light on his dray. The defendanut admitted the oibfnce, but stated that his dray was not licensed. Flined is. anil 5:?. costs. No CoNRaoa.-E...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 December 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE: [Letters intended for inserltion in tIho SouTI 3oultm STANDARD luost be «utlhenticated y the name and ad dress of the writer, not necssarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. The Edlitor is not rs sponsblefor the opinions of his Correspondents ]

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REVISION COURT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 December 1862

REVISION COURT. A special court for the revision of the olec todal lists was hold, whaen the Registrar, Dr. Bragge, submitted three neow claimns for the Boroondara A division of the district of South Bourlco, one claim for the Nunawading divi sion of the Southern Province, and one for the Nunawading division of the district of South Bourke. Thie claims for the Assembly were all al lowed without remark, but the length of residence of the claimant for the Council (Mr. Gray) not having been stated some discussion arose. After consulting the Electoral Act, it was found that a resideuce of two months qualiliced a professional gentleman to claim a vote for the Council. The claim was then confirmed, and the court adjourned.

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

ifI4E NULI i IOF PUIILIJ BODI1. Kmy Muvr icr As. CohusII, meets every Tu's:day evening, at 8 o'clock. NlO(,) At DIsIrIIur ROe 1IOARD iO'ts :t ternate iatnolay'i, at the DOlle, CaRnb~irwielt. at n',"bnek p.m. I A t'rit N II tcIr(: 't, COUNCIL, Ineti ever't' 11tlnay evcuing, at the Council C iilh'bers at 7 o'clock. KIW' LIli'CiltARY AND SC[ENI'lFic I STI'ITUTIE. l.ectares iei delivered every TIhnrsdn y ('evening, in the Atheoueno , Kew, on variottus lr-iac,,cs of tereture, science, andl art. Cotmmence Iit igut. KW1 FIREE PL'UBLIO LUItitARY, Ctncsisting of books lent by the Melohurn ' Publio ilrary. (Open every evening, Sundays exopoe I free ocr charge. FI VE SIIILIANGS REWAHUI.-IAs) I', Son Sunday last, in Dontanm-street. l1,'wthorn, it light brown 'ERRltit 3l1'T0HlC PU1'. Any per. son leaving it at the Office of this Paper will receive tihe above lie.'arl. LOYAL 1BO0ROONDARA LODGE, HtKW'TtOtN. rpuI.E Members of the above Lo 1,o r: in firmied thatL the TESTIMONIAL will he prir seated ...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, DECEMBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 December 1862

--v UAWTIIOIRN H3IUNICIPAL COUNCIL, Mloany, DEoIa iunE 15. Proseut---D. 31'Dougall, Esq., Cnhirnman, Councillors Camipboell, Conran, 3raggo, and Hill. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRtESPONDJENCE. To the Riclhmond Municipal Council, ac knowledging receipt of letter of the 2(ith November in reference to the charge upon the toll iund, and stating that the Council would be happy to join in the deputation. To E. G. Fitzgibbon, Esq,, socroetary to the Albert Memorial Cornmnittoee, stating that the Council had not been successful in get ting subscriptions. To the Publisher of the Pruhran ll iegiaph, stating that the Council did not subscribe to newspapers, aitl dil nout see any advantage to be derived by depintiug from that course, From the Co]tini sioners of Sewverage and Water Supply, iniforming the Council that they had no presenit intention of totending the Yan Yean to this district. CALL Oc THE CoUsctr. A call of the Council i\\ta ande fti the purpose...

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OUR RIFLEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 December 1862

OUt I RIFLEMIIJN.-' Ourlineageo is a lofty one; our'fiatlieisnicii of niglit; IIow valiantly for centuries they battled for the rightl In Old England's merry greenwoods their trusty bows they draw, And drank the rosy culi of ihealth from every breezeo that blew. With zest that scorned repose, they sought the coma but and the clhase, Or reaped tile fruit of honest toil-a true, God-fear ing race. And thus tile rich inheritance, so long and nobly won, With all that freemen prize on earth, is ours, front sire to son. Our country's glorious colours they bore o'er sea and land, And war and peace, and arts and arms, they held in tither hand. At Agincourt and Inkermann the odds were five to Tihe iron rac between the space five hundred years had runt; Yet over pressiaig onwards, with Ihighl and gen'rous aim, Theyystem'd the tide of conqu'ring pride, from where soo'er It came, And kept the latup of freedom trimt'd,with clear and steadfast light, While all around, on foreign ground, was darkne...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 December 1862

tIWl,1 MUNICIPAL COUNCI t TuOL AY, , Dacrcarnnn 10 . raect-John Ifaloty, Esq., Ohairmin, neilliors tharton, Derrick, Cranwell, and it, he minutes of the previous meeting were iand confirmed. CORRESPLONI)ENCE. rou Mr. Itawlings, offering the sum of for the trees in Littleo Packingtou-strcet. olised. roo Dr. Fox, resigning his office as Health cer to lthe Local Board. rio E. G. Fitzgibbon, Esq., Secretary to Albert Memorial Committeo, requesting 'uoncil to forward their contributions as as iossiblte. mJlr. 1. 1V. Thompson, asking for the sits of the rise and progress of the Miu lity.-The Town Cl "k was instructed raid; te irequired lforniation. (no the lluiicipll Contiferenc, informing ol ril thait the dolegates will meet on ill instant, and requcesting that their Ie may be filly instructed in the opin Ibhe Icouncil in regard to the proposed pal Aeendinent Act. the Itichiond Municipal Council, stat hai this Council will join in the deputa it h ritliegard to the charge made upon the fu...

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GOLDEN RULES FOR RIFLEMEN, ON ETIQUETTE, DRILL, AND RIFLE PRACTICE. Respectfully dedicated (without permission) to the Awkward Squad. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 December 1862

GOLDEN RULES FOR RIFLEMEN, ON ETIQUETTE, DRILL, AND RIFLE lJIACTICE. .Re lspdcjilly dedicated (withsout permissions) to the A wkward Squad. 1,- On resolving to join a corps, lot the love of show, and a desire to mix with boon colnpanions, be your only isnducemenst, and select that corps where you are sure to meet a number of " jolly fellows." 2.-iIake the volunteer movement your solo topic ofconvcrsation at home and asmongst your friends; for by so doing you cannot fail to make It popular wherever you go. 3.-Mlake a point of wearing your uniform on every possible occasion, more ';'rticulsrly on Sundays; and appear in It as often as you can at theatres and other places of amuseoment; for that cannot fail to add to the respectability of the corps. 4.-Attend drill ivhon you have nothing elso to do, and when hard up for a little amusement, which will probably be about once in the course of three smonths. ly tlhis frequent attendance you will, at any rate, mnak yoursclf conspicuous-by yo...

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BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 December 1862

BOROONDA1RA DISTRIOCT ROAD BOARD. SArunaoy,] D]ecMiem 13. Present-The Chairman (R. Kent, Esq.), Messrs. Blanksby, Ragg, Luxford, Cain, Robinson, andi Day. The minutes of the previous iccting were read and confirmcd. COiRtE1SroNDENon. To the Nunawading Road Board, agreesing to bear onc-half tho cost of a culvert on the boundary road. T6 the same, acknowledging with thanks tho recept of letter of the 20th ulnit., offering to co-operate with this Board in endeavour ing to obtaini a more equitable distribution of the Hawthorn toll fund. To the Richmond Municipal dCuncil, offering to accompany the deputation to: the President of Lands and Survey respecting the return of the amount taken from the toll fund for works at Richmond. To M1, I. Chapman, Esq., acknowledging the recept of letter with reference to the washing away of the road opposite his property on B3ullcon road, and statirig that the Surveyor lhad boeen directed to report upon it. From the office of the ''lbjrapn, Prahran, aski...

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

I1 will be prcachen in the- Town lialla th, li ll otn SUNDAY NEXT1', by the e\t, tilsou. Subject-" The Approaclhing p,, of t hrist." I l [ IC[IALITY OF K YEW. Annual Election Notice, \onance with the 19th Section of the t ofiw wsll t1 Victoria, No. 15, I hereby r 1t Iaicl ILIINO of Itatcpayers,tobe le te 9i t EN El, Roew, on IMONDAY, the taeuar, INGSt, at Night o'clock a m., for the I1of aIcctio ,ftree Meinbers'of Coutncil in the uutCiucillors George Wittrton, William it, ali Joist Carson, who retire by rotation at t 'piratiot of the current imunicipal year, Iii the iept of mtore than three candiidiates appear ,~,ad i poll being legally denitnttled, tlhe same will Ic ide at lthe tAthetieunt aforesaid on the tillowing ta lbewera the Itoutrs otit Eight ciii. manld Fout p in. Jolt N IALA.EY, Chuairitan. (auniil Clhambers, Rew, piembir 16th11, 18062. 1AWTI11ORN MIUNICIPALITY. jNIERS will be received at theo Council CItnhber until Molnday, the 22nd Decento.', at our 'clock p.m., for the ...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 December 1862

NOTES AND NEIWI. On Tuesday evening the ninth anniversary of the Cothant Baptist Chapel was celebrated by ºta tnmeeting, at which a largo number of the congregation andt friends from other parts of the district were present. After tea a public meeting was held, over which C. J. Jcnuer, Esq., J.P., presided. The Rev. Joseph Foy, the pastor of the Church, brought up a very satishictory report of their progress during the past year, and the meeting was addressed by the Revs. J. Taylor, I. New, and It. Connebee. The proccedings throughout were highly interest mg. We are glad to learn that Mr. John Reid, late Sergeant of Police in this district, hlis conipletely recovered from the el'.'cts of his late serious accident, and is now in good heal It and spirits. His cure reflects great credit upon the staff' of the Melbourno Hlus pital, under whose care lie was so successfully treated. The annual meeting for the election of a Road Board at Gardiner will be held to morrow, at the Malvern 1-il...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19TH, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 December 1862

S1)1 aOottt) . kOot t11C ati lt7,1vblb FR1IDAY, DECEMBER 10tu, 13i2. Mo'rn aIfter month we receive the sickening details of battles fought between the Federal and Confederate Americans, and anxiously we scan the colhnns of the newspapers to asecertain when this parricidal war will termi nate; but months havo rolled over and a year is gone, and the end appears as distant as ever. " Union or desolation" is still the bat tie-cry of the North ; and the South as obsti nately reiterates its determination to light for its independence to the last dollar and the last maun. The European mail brings us the details of the battle of Sharpsburg, furnished by the correspondent of the NAew 'York Tribune; and from it we learn that the Confederates have been driven from their position in the neigh bourhood of Washington, and forced to re cross the Potomnac. Last month it was chronicled how the Northerners had been beaten and driven to seek refuge within the fortifications of the city. Now the Iposit...

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THE MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 December 1862

TIHE MTUN1C.PATL CONFERENCE. The Minieipul Conference, held at the Town Hall, Melbourno, consisted of the fol. lowing numerous and highly influential body :- ' Araratt,'i);.,rirdlestone, M.T,.A.; Avoca, E. Lang toi? 1;3alhi'rt,!a. C. Smith, Mf.L.A i Ballaarat East, W, B. RoTdigr J.P., ToCin Clerk; Beeccchworth, B. Cowderoy; 'lielii\ft, suggestions of Council sent in writing; Brighton, B. II. Hammond, J.P.; Bruns wick, T. Wjikiilsou, J.P.; Browns and Scarsdalo Jno. Lynch, J.P., Chairman; C(astlemaino, Councillor Gingell and J. Davis, Town Clerk; Chewton, F, P Davis, J.P.; Chiltern, G. W. Kenntedy, Oreswick, T. Cooper, J.P.; East Collingwood, P. J. Petherick; Emerald lHill, Win. Thistlethwaite and James Evillo 'Town Clerk; Essendon and Flemington, R. Leaks J.1'.; Eagichawk, - Monatt, J.P.; Fitzroy, J. Mi Bryant; Footscray, P. Hayes J.P., and B. Robinson 'Townt Clerk; Hawthorn, M. O'Grady, M.L.A. ; Ilo tham. F. T. GOll, J.P.; Kew, J. allefoy, J.P.; Kyne ton, Tih, Iargreave; Maldon, Joh...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 December 1862

AWTTHORN POLIOIE OOUT,. TUEsnDar, DECEMVBER 23. [Before O'Brien~ Esq., J.P.] No NAtE.-Willinm Cdurte was charged by Constable rM'Kenzie with having no name on his dray. The defendant admitted the charge, and stated that,thd4plato came off without his kuowledgoe;-ý 'ined is. and 5s. costs. No LtaTr.-The same defendant was also charged with having no light on his dray.- His worship dismissed the case. A LIoEsan HousE OPEr AETEn Houns. --John Steer was summoned by Constable M'Kenzie for keeping his licensed house open after ten o'clock. The constable stated that on Wednesday night, at half-past ten o'clock, he heard several persons tallking in the de fendant's bar. He knocked at the door, and when he was admitted he saw eight or nine persons in the bar. He saw one man drink ing out of a pewter pot. Steer told him it was only toen minutes after ten. The defendant said he closed the door at five minutes to ten, and when the constable entered it was only eleven minutes past ten by his clo...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, DECEMBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 December 1862

IHAWTITORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MoNDAr, DEMCE1MnER 22. Present-D. M'Dougall, rsq., Chairman, CouncillorM.Campbell,.Hill, O'Grady,Bragge, and Conrail.,: The minutes of the previous mooting were read and conlfirmed. :oo001I?aOND Eon. From the Roads and Bridges'deopn.artment, forwarding'tii neeount for £200 to be signed, for works at' Oreswick street. The Chariinait stated that the document had been hanided to him by the Town Clerk, and he had ?igned it. 1I IO IWOIlK.s Iwonuro, The following report was brought .up and read : l. " ' . . . "Yourrodmmitteovisited .the bridge' over Oardiner'sOrook,on IChull's road, on the 10th instant, and are unanimously of opinion that there should, have boon another bay in the bridge, on this side, of the length of 20 feoot; as in the present position of the bridge .the embankulenl will be so exposed to the cur. rent of the creek when flooded as to necossl. tate ocNasioUal, if not frequent, repairs; but in the absence of the plans, signed both by the Surv...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 December 1862

TLb to IEditor of the Satndard. Ssn,--Before I proceed with the continuanceof my last week's letter, an error In the printlig of it re. quires correcting, In the place. "not so much the victims of society as society itself is the victim of the laws which the Supreme Intelligence of the unlverse has ordained for its governance-" read, "tho evasion of the laws," &c. The infant school, the Sunday school, theprepram tory school-each of which have a separate and well defined mission; all of which, as they are imperative for the communnity to secure the operation of them in their integrity, ought never to be left to the capri cos or carelessness of the individual members of so ciety, nor for discordant sects to seize upon as their prey; the knowledge sought to be imparted being qf a description upon which there need be no dissent; for. we have no sects in morality, no divisions in the religion of the heart, no differenco upon the plain truths of grammar, arithmetic, &c. A ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 December 1862

ORIGINAL COREtSPONIDJ NCE. [ Letter intended for insertion in the B orl BovnaD STaNn?o rnot he atdhenticated by tha ntoine tnd ad dress of the writer, not necessaril for puiblication, but Its a guarantce of good fuith. hie lditor is not re sponsable for the opinions of his Correspondents.3

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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 December 1862

Ut EI1NCJS OF PUBLCO 3ODUDiS. K(cw MVICImPAL COUNCIL meets every TLoeday evening, at 8o'olock. IOInooNnAIA D)ISTIIOT RoAn BOAD meets al trrnate Saturdays, at tie Offlee, Camberwell, at a o'clook p.m. ITAWI'TII|IN nMUNICIPAL COUn?IL meets overy Monday evening, at the Council Chaumbvrs at 7 o'clock. L OST, on Christmas Morning, at Upper Hawthorn, a silver-grey SKYE TERIUlIR. Any person restoring him to 0. MAYES, near Fletcher's Hotel, will be paid for his trouble; or detaining him 1.fter this notice, will bp prosecuted,

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26TH, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 December 1862

YRIDAY, Di CEiBIB1T.,P ?G20, 1802. TnI position in which the Road District of Boroondara will be placed by the District Councils and Shires Bill is rather an anoma lous one. Being one of the mannllest dis tricts. in the. colony, by the notion of the Bill it will necessarily, should the ratepayers decide to remain as at present, be annexed to other distriots, to make up the requisite area for a District Council. There is at present'only one district adjacent to Boroon dtara whose interests are indentical with it, that is, the district of Nunawading; and among the ratepayers of the former .there is a decided objection to an amnlgamatiouwithl the latter. .But the Act will make the union imperative upon both districts; therefore it behoves the ratepayers to consider how best they can avoid this and promote the welfare of the district at the same time. There arb two courses which naturally sug gest tbemalves to the mind, either of whicli is worthy of some.littlo consideration. The first ...

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CONFESSIONS OF A NEW CHUM. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 December 1862

OON1ESSIONS OF A NEW oiHUi. Here we are-another cargo of Immigrants to, scare the multipled seven senses out of the unhappy hero of the stump I IIero we are, and no mistake the men the colony says silo wants. Plenty of min ers from Wales and Cornwall, and reapers and vine dressers from Rhinel; and ship-carpenters with the Northumbrian "burr,' whllomo the speech of boldt moss-troopers; and labourers with the mellow Tip. perary brogue, (according to antiquarian Dr Shaw, once the accent of Paradise, and, consequently, the medium through which Jove bothered tie heart of Juno, and Vulcan with all his physical deformity tickled tile fancy of Venus I) Hore we are, useful men from every nook of Britain between the Isle of Skye and the Isle of Dogs, and from Mulllnahach to Market Dereham-tho men the colony says she wants. And some also she says she does not want; but we don't mind what she says, no more than what anybody else over said to us for our good, and so we have come out to her. Alto...

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