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A RAIN-GLASS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 December 1862

A RmcA-o.Ause.-Tho following. may be depen lb upon as a rain-glass-I haveo used it for months, Gob acommonpi'ckle-bottle,such as is sold at every Italian, warehouse; fill it with any kind of water, to within two or thlree Inches of the top- plunge the neck of a1n empty Florence oil-flask into the pickle-bottle. lie fore rain the water will rise two or three inches In, the neck of the inverted flask--often In three or four hours, If the weather is settled for fair, the water will remain not more than half an inch, for days, in the neck of the flask. It never fails to foretell rain; and to-day, July 15, rose to the rim of the pickle-bot tie, in the neck of the flask. It may stand in or out-. of doors, in sun or shade, and theo:water never needs changing so long as it can be seen through. Mine is. now green through long standing. The oil-flask tmust be cleansed before the neck is plunged into the water. Soda and warm water will clear it of oil.-Thomas. Zuiller, Rose Cottage, Kensington...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 December 1862

TITOS. 11OLMES DAVIS S; CO., IALLI OF COMMEROlE, T NTIM'IATE that, in consequence of fresh Sshipments to their firm, they are prepared to otelr Ibr Sale, -Wholesale nnd lRetail, the following first-class brands of Colonial wine: lErlana Ieormitago Malvasia Nlataro Chrystal ]'Lpanilo S. A. ]Iock ?lalbick Also, to Purchase from producers, HUGH PECK, 07 LITTLE ]IOURIKE STREET EAST. Ilouse; Land, and General Commission Agent, Valuations made of IIotel and other property, and Money Lent upon Iousehold Furniture alnd lany' good 'security, lat lowest current inter.st. without eiay. lents and Debts collected by distraint or otherwise. JATiES MUNRO, 'ttna Min ntet aGp irit £tcrtdanttt, FORES'TERS' STORE, Corner of James and Victoria Streets, RITCHLMOND. SKIN ERUPTIONS, lWhitlowrs, Boils, Ringworm, Pimples on the uice, and V'aricose "Veins, SUCCESSFULLY TREATED. NICIIOLSON, Mr., ITramnore-streer , Williams town; a runninlg sore on the leg fl fur r years, FORElMAN, Mr., Elephant and Castle, li...

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

CRICKET. On Saturday last, the Hawthorn Cricket Club played their first foreign match this season, their opponents being the Eastern Hill C.O.,whichli resultod in an casy victory by the former. The match was played on the Eastera Hill groufid, Collingwood . the Ha-w thorn men taking the field, and " disposing of their opponents in a very short time for 38 runs, 20 only of which woro obtained off the bat. The ]L.C.0. subsequently obtained (4 runs, thus winning the game by 31 runs. The bowling of IMessrs. Hill and Howell on the Hawthorn side, and Clay on the Eastern Hill, being very good, as will be seen by- the sub joined score. IIAWTIILRN. 11. Baynea,run ut ... ... .." 11 H. T. Hammond, b Clay ... ... 8 T. A. A. ll, run out .. ... .. 10 C. Box, b Clay .. .. ..... 6 - 11olllipa, b Talmage ... . 2 W. IIlnm'ie, b Clay ... .. . G. I'ishloy; b Clay . ... 7 T. IHammond, hit wicket, b .Clay O J. T. llowell, b Talmago .. .. 0 B. Fishlo,, b Clay .. ... .. 0 E. A. Atkynis,not out;... . .. O i...

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NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 December 1862

NUNADWADING DISTRIIOT IOAD BOARD. FrDarY, DaunS?a 10. Present-The Chairman (Mre Nr 1Cok Messrs, Keogh, Bennett, 8jIngworth, Yeomans,: fl hito, and Sutton. Tho minutes of the previous metig read and confirmed, .onussrownsOO 0 i, n' To the BorBnidart Ro.nd - this i0, to r lttho of ~ i iit, st tnd ug Inrtak wasn no't hni so?it lnde ~ present, work on tho.BouInary road an r The usual fortnightl ro?p t llo in progress was brought up btloneW stating that contract No, en was in the s?no state as at t nct 12, Bwart's.road, was complo ll 'Sroad, w Pgressilg much better; 1 Welan ' 1, Boundary-road, was completed. TILE LATEg SERETARY. Mr lisgworth stated that he, together 31i. les .aLg nt and Alfred Padghlam, Srih possession. n. Specifieations for several . inll jobs on D n dp" and ?ioloney's-road, recommended ,il-a bltli, Works committee at the Rlast ti of the Board, were then read. b The C'hairman remrked that it would be tir tl Board to decide whether they had tiamii to the wr ork or not. I...

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DANDENONG ROAD DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 December 1862

DANDENONG ROAD DISTRICT. . The newly elected Road Board of this dis trict held a special meeting on Saturday evening, the 20th instant, atDunbar's Hotel. George Hughes, Esq., O,E,, Cl0airman; Messrs. Keys, AttenbordugFi, Dunbar; Greoves,.Bow man,rTootil,,anduletcher, members p~f,tlu o Board, and Mr. Herbert B. R·gers, secretary, and J. Keys, assessor and valuator, were .pre sent. The Chairman stated that he had convened them for the purpose of meeting their repre sentative, Mr. O'Grady M,L..A., who had taken so much interest in aiding the forma tion of the Road District, and who, was to submit to them a plan of operation by which they could beneficially improve. their district. Mr. O'Grady had introduced himself and M?r. Attenborough to the Commissioner of Roads and Bridges on Wednesday last, and the sum of £1000 had been allocated to their district -the first instalment of which had been paid into th~.bankers. Mr. O'Grady said that he congratulated them upon having commenced, their...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 December 1862

31UNICIPAL1 TY Oilt KEW. Annual Election Notice. . aucoroI?ance witl the 19th Section of the A\t of t'oun?il 18 Vicitorin, No, 15, Ihereby c,'vcica l'U iIT 11,I" E I, E,1 of llatepayers, to eh t the AT'IIEN-UM, ket on IOND)AY, the In~zry, 1is, alt Eight b'clock a io., for tile e or ' lecting Tihrce 11Anibrs of'Council ill the of touncilu's George Wharton, William Srrii, n,,d .loire Carson, who retire by rotation at li' iiratioun of the current munlcipal year. In the ciant oft ore than thlree cndlidltes appenr :,and a pIoll being legallyi demilied;,thus iaoe will be eten at the Athenulnu afoiesaid oi the ftllowing dbe, btwceen thu hours of' Eight a.m and Four ip n. JOTIN IlAL.FE1', Chairman,. Ciuncil ChamberI.is, ew, l)cember 1Ith, 18063. _ R-W 3lUNICIPALITY. 'O"TICE is hereby given that any hate Iprer whose name is not on the Rlatepayers' f, oer ilh .Municiptlity of Kew, can have 1irs )name I, ald thercon by applying to the Countcil at their edal sittings, on TUESDAY, the 10th and 0...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 December 1862

NOTES AND NEWS. Mr. Walter Bonwick's singing chls com pleted its second course on Friday evening last, the event being celebrated by an " open night," to which the friends of the pupils were invited. The marked improvement inade.by,.thlo class during the last term re flects great oredit upon Mr. Bonwick, and tproves that his system of instruction is one of tihe best; now in uso, Ay one desirous of oiltiv'ating tihe art of vocal music would do well to join Mr. Bonwlik' olnass,-that is, up)poasing he should be disposed to comI lmieno niuother?.-and we are fully satisfted t llehy will not regret taking such. a step. An extensivy fire occurred on Tuesday morning in the 13ridge.road, Richmond, near the toll-bar, which has destroyed a largo amount of property. At half-past nine o'clock n.m., a dens~inass of smoke was oh served to issuerfrom a shop occupied by l. 1r. Donohue as a provision store, from which flames soon broke forth and rapidly enveloped the whole building, which comprised a...

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KEW POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24. [Before Dr. Embling, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 December 1862

KEW POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, DEoCEMDE 24. [Beforo Dr. Embling, J.P.] No CoNTano.-William Sherlock was charged by Constable Spear with having no control over his bullock team. The constable deposed that on the night of the 8th instant, at about half-past eleven o'clock, he found the defendant asleep in his dray. Ilo ap peared to be half-drunk, and his left eye was closed up as if with a blow.-The defendant said he was not asleep; that his eye was swollen through the bite of a fly ; and that he was lame annd blind. The bullocks were in their proper place on the road.-The constable said the bullocks were travelling properly on the road.-Caseo dismissed, with a caution. A STnAY Pro.-Patrick O'Shanassy was charged by the same'constable with allowing a pig to wander. The dbfendant said the pig did not belong to him. He sold it about a month ago to the butcher, it returned to his yard, and he drove it out,-Tho Bench held that he should have impounded the animal, and not have turned it into...

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FUNERAL OF MR. F. FRENCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 January 1863

-0 FU NER:AL OF MR. F. FRENCiH. Toe funeral of the late Mr. Frederick Freoch, of Kew, took place on Monday after noon, at the Boroondara General Ceimetery. The deceased, up to the time of his death, was the senior student in the Congregational College, and was frequently engaged in sup plying the pulpits of absent ministers and places unprovided with pastors. In these ministrations he was eminently successful, in every instance winning the respect and esteem of his hIearers. Ilis attainments here of no common order ; while perhaps the intensity of hisstudies and his ministerial labours might have pre-disposed his constitution to receive that shock .which cut him dawn apparentlv in the beginning of a bright career. T'he im. mediate cause of Mr. French's death was hlemmorrhage of the lung, brought on by vio lent coughing. It appears that on Fridlay, the 5th December, a crumb of bread lodged in the deceased's throat, coughing of course followed, and the violence of the effort caused th...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 January 1863

:<)1tlu1Nýý.1 C) U&)1 l;YI'IONI) EN UL. rj.ettersintended ror ins.~rlino in the Snuil a Bar ,zc RF1'ADA Lt'rnu.,t ble authAnticated thIn nname and ,ii d can of tie writer, not necesaarily ')hr pa u:icitr:ina bat ana tnrentt¶ oj goo' filt. Tile lilr isn, r apunaible for the opinions al his Correspondecma ]

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HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 January 1863

lo ItTICULTUltAL SOCIETY'S SUO \W. The new Gardens of the Hlorticultural So. ciety of Victoria were opened yesterday, with a display of fruit, flowers, vegetables, &e. The exhibition was not so good as sonie, of the previous shows of the Society, but' no doubt this was mainly attributable to the roasting weather we had on Wednesday, which exercised a detrimental influence on all ve getation. Before proceeding to notice the exhibits it mna be well to give an outline of the progress of' the Society from its commencement. The Horticultural Society of Victoria was estallished in 1850, consequently it has been iin existence twelve years. During that period it has been mainly dependent upon members' annual subscriptions of £11s. ; and its usefullness has hitherto been confined to the granting of prizes for the encouragement of cxhibitors in producing superior flowers, fruits, plants, &c. Four shows have generally ben held each year, under the auspices of' the Society, in t...

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BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 January 1863

BjoR0OSDAIBA DISTRICT 1OAD BOA RI). SaTVti), DEcat?eBrn 27. prosret--The Cha:irlman (1. Kent, Esq.), ,sor. Chanlmber, Robinson, Blauksby, Day, l ll m,, 'V a,, ntes of the previous meeting were rend nud contirlned. CO RESPONDENC?E. To the Manager of the. English, Scottish .ad A stralian Chartered Bank, requesting to be informed at what rate the .Bank would ni, in overdrlaft of £500. 'oi,. 11. ChaIpman, Esq., respecting the oevrflow of water from the road near his :lil' l:II r. N. Collier, respecting the nam ilnof gwart's road, and suggesting that it bchiill'd Collier or Belleo Grove rond.-To be rep'liedl to in accordance wilth resolution of l:rt the iRolds and Bridges Department, stating that it is not intended. to charge the colt ot' the approach at lHawthorn bridge to fromn the En?lish, Scottish, and A ustra li:m Charteired Lank, agreeinig to allow the hllrd to ov'erdraw their accounts for £500 on tie lel'sOlll security of' the nlnmembers. Faloll thie RloadL Board Confllt'eruc, sub...

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A MAN OF PEACE [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 January 1863

A MAN ,,p 1'?aon --There exist many good stories which have lir their point the pnssions of the natural man breaking forth, in members of this persuasionl. In a shape more droll than distressilg. One of the eost of these Is a nurth-coiuntry anecdote pireservedL by Franels I)uglas, iln lis description ou the east cast of rcolland. 'Ile hero was the first Quaker of that ltsrclay ftmily which produced thile apologist and the pugilist. lie was a colonel in the great civil wars, and had seen wild work in Ills day; but in his old age at change eame over hlil, and becomini g it follower of George Fox, he retired to spend his old ago on his ancestral estate 11t Klitne inc eahire. lhere it cameo to iasa that a brother laird thought the old Quaker could ljeailty done,a mldbegall toencroasch upon his marches, Itarelhy, a stronllg n, with the iron sinews of his rat?; and their fierco spirit sill} ulrning II his eyes, strode up to the eneroncher, nud, with a grim smile, spoke thllus-' Frindlt, t...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2ND, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 January 1863

FRIDAY, JANUARY 2ND, 1803. NrEx'r Tuesday evening the inhabitants of Ilawthorn are invited to assemble at the annual meetiug of the hawthorn Literary Association, anit it is to be hoped that the call will be responded to with alacrity. About fourteen months ago the necessity for such an institution was aflirmned by largo and in. ,uential meetings of the inhnbitants ; a com mittee was formed, rules drawn up, and the Association was inaugurated with every pros pect of a successful and useful career. For a short time it appeared that these reasonable hopes would be fully borne out, as lectures were well attended, discussions were got up, and the books and periodicals in the library were not only lent out for home reading, but were largely read at the institute. Soon, however, from a variety of causes, the in terest began to subside. The attendance at lectures became very meagre, the ordinary fortnightly meetings were discontinued al together, and the library table was deserted. It is t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 January 1863

CROSS KEYS IHOTEL. LONSDALE STREET east, Melbourne. --W. H. FORD, late traveller to T. Aitken, Esq,, brewer, begs to inform his friends and the publie that he has newly furnished, in a superior style, for the accommodation of travellers. Also, the hest wines, spirits, and ales that the colony can produce; and a table second to none. WOUND POOWDER, rT 11E best, sni'est, and quickest cure for 1 Sad-lo aInd Girth Galls, Sor Shollders, and every destcription of Green or Gangrnous \'olutids of Horses and Cattle. i'RE'PARID ONrY, YIV F. 1 AR?NAR )D., Member of the Pha]rmaceutlcal Society of Great Britain, lintipcnlittg ntub .-nrtily (?ftHsitit, K E WV . FARRELL'S COLONIA l h1'EATi'I iRt W iVA I I I1iOUS,' Oppu.oite t11. /',,1 O ce. I. l]' II O () U It N I, Luist of SI ittle: Lu/ure..*slrr'l, 'lIannter, CurrIer, L:entlher (uCtlter, (rinhlry ec. )s AUSTRTXlAN ALLIANCE SA AS iSURiANCo COM A'NIY. d JE.stlblislidl for Fire Insurance, 0 Assurance of iivcs, Iridlity Guarantee, Endowments aioin A...

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LETTER OF GARIBALDI TO THE ENGLISH NATION. TO THE ENGLISH NATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 January 1863

L3'1'TER OF GA1I lTRAI Ill TO' TILH. ENGLLIS1 N.\TION. . TO TILE E 1OIS11 A i'PtATIO),N?'.: 'u.?llring under repeateid li'ors boll' moral anld phy i -al, it man can more exqulisit'ly f'el `bolth'g ,d and ill, hurl a muaedictlon at the authorseofevil, asd consecrate to his benefactors unulmited gratiteude and af?ection. And I owe you gratitude, O English nation I.. and I feel !t as much as my' soul is capable of feeling it You were lay friend in my good fortune, and yonu will continue your precious friendship to m in In'my adversity. May God bless youl My gratiitde is all the more intense, 0 kin.l nation that it. rises high above all individual feeling, and becomes sub lime in the universal sentiment towards nations of which you represent the progress Yes; you deserve tile gratitude of thile world, because you offer a safe shelter to the unfortunate front whatever' side .they may come, and you Identify yourself with the mis fortune ofothers you pity' and help. The FroclisI or Neapoli...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 January 1863

KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, DEUCi?~ER 30. Present-=Councillors Derrick, Lewis, Cranwell, Carson and Wharton. In the ab sence of the Chairman Councillor Carson presided. The minites of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRi'SPONDENCE, From tho Central Board of Health, for warding a report. From Dr. Ralph, offering his services as Health Ollicer to the Local Board. From Councillor Fox, tendering his resig nation as a member of the Couucil. Oni the suggestion of Councillor Wharton, the appointment of Health Ollicer was post poned till after the annual election. On the motion of Councillor Wharton, seconded by Councillor Cranwell, the resig nation of Councillor Fox was accepted. PUBOI WORKS REPORT. This report was brought up, recommend ing to the Finance committee a payment of £3. 13s. Cd. for day labour.-Adopted. FINANCE. This committee recommended payments namounting to £152. s. 6d.-Adopted. Councillor lialfey said he was in receipt of a note fromn Mr. O'Gradv, M..P.,...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 January 1863

'To the la ditor of the Steandadl. Sin,-Ta the preceding essays, to show that i i ia duty which the State, as the ruling ,'powr of s, ciety, owes to its individual tern',rs to vrent:? ai circrumsstances and furnish the imoans for edlatlt i thisar who have neither parents nor guardians to pr, vide edu'iation for them or where those who hay the pswrer, wrinting the will, neglect it, it is mitreo a try foir tile State to have a power to comnpel theta h'lis power, conflrmed by society, being fixed for a detliiie purlpose, would not le likely to grow into at abntue.as exercised beyond its linitofnetlion It wotht be?nine ant in vasidn of a well dellncd right rather that the thlfilment of a positive duty. Tho natural in stinet's of man's nature incline him ta self.reliante,amt his instruction iii rudimentary knowledge i his prlire paration for it. It requires culture to iature it, amt the time for its practical exercise is thle completion o that elementary knowledge which it is the duty o ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 January 1863

LITERARLY LSOOIATIO N, Will be delivered in the TOWN IHAiL,d [awytlhorn, ox TUESDAT EVENING, JANUARY 1i3TH, 18083, BY THE HON, C. GAVAN DUFFY, PRESIDENT OF TIIE ASSOCIATION. Subject--The Minor Poets of England. Donrs open at Half-past Seven, Lecture to comn smeneo at Eight. Admission--Members Sixpene, Non-Members One Shilling. W ANTED, 20 TONS FIREWOOD, de livered at Hawthorn. Apply to GEO. LEWIS, Australian Wharf. WANTED, a -GENERAL SERVANT; also, a NURSE-GIRL. Apply Mrs. ITCHIE, Upper Hawthorn. I*AWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION. THE FIRST Annual General Meeting Of tile Association will be held in the TOWN HALL, IIA.WTIIOIRN, oN TUESDAY -NEXT, 'TlE G'rt INSTANT, At Fight o'clock p.m., when a Report of the Pro c-ecdings of the Association, &c., will be submitted, and the Mallagilg Cmlllitteo fur the ensuing year elected, M.YU. I. 0. 0. F. LOYAL IIORIOONDARtA LODGE., T -IEOFFICERS and BROTHIERS of the i I above Lodge are requested to MEE'P at tihe LODG E ROOM fil[S DAY, at Four ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 January 1863

SIUNJICIPAI,IT . OF ?rEW. Annual Election 'otice,. o1 N aordatnce with the 1Otli Sectiii o6f the A ct' f ncrnil is Victoria, No, 15, 1. hereby i l? 1I :l I;ET'ING' of RIntpayers, to be eit he AT IIE JIM, Kow, on MONDAY, the hidn 3 ry, 1';:t, at Eight o'cldik 'a m., for tile iI, lr' jof 'Itin Tcllhree ýners ofCoi?ael l in the arp( If i 'U nrillrs George Wharton, WVillhrin ri r. . l, John Carson, who retire by rietation at Se, tioeir l of the cjurrent municipal year, l hII veIt of mre a nr thttll ree candlidatedcsappoar i rns a ipoll teing legallyA?l!tt!tyidedrthdiit%??ntllµ h tihen it Ithe themtllm atfiresad oi the fulloiiing dr', between the hinors of Eight a:tr tid 1doiir'p t, ' JOLN NJtALFEY'; COiirmtani ('onncil Chambers, LKew, Ik ectber ilbh, 18 02. 1IUNIC1PALLT'Y 1OF KEW. IN accor'datnce with the 21st clauso'of thl Act of Couneil 1 V\ictoril, No. 15, 1 :hereby ,oarrne ia )iETINGOI' I\ ATEPAYt?,iS, to be n al thL e Ailetheneull, luw, on 'THi UIRS1)AY, the 2uL Jaeruery,t 1I03, at...

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