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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P. Chairman, C. J. Jenner, Esq., J.P., W. H. Pettett Esq., J.P., and H. Box, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 January 1863

HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30.   [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, C. J. Jenner, Esq., .J.P., W.H. Pettett,       Esq., J.P., and H. Box, Esq., J.P.] A FIGHT.- William Ludlow and William Wood were charged by Constable M'Kenzie with committing a breach of the peace. The constable deposed that on the afternoon of the 27th, at 3.20, he saw the defendants   fighting on the footpath, near the Bowling Green Inn. They left off ,fighting as soon as he went up to them. The defendant Wood said it was a drunken spree, and he knew nothing about it until he was near the watchhouse. The Rev. W. Wood bore testimony that the defendants were generally industrious, steady men. The Bench, taking into account the time the defendants had been locked up, and the good character they had received, dis charged them.         DRUNKENNESS.-Oliver Cunningham was &nbs...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 January 1863

NOTPES AND NEWS. It will be seen by an advertisement in another column, that the lecture announced to be given before the members of the 1Haw thorn Literary Association by the lion. C. G. Dulfy, M.P., has been postponed until Tuesday, the 13th inst. Next Tuesday even ing the first annual general meeting of the Association will be held. It is very desira ble for the future interests of the Association that all resident in the district, whether members or not, should attend this meeting. KEw.-Site for a public garden and for re creation at Kew, temporarilq reserved by or der of 26th November, 1862.-Sixteen acres (formerly set apart for a cometery for Rich mond), county of Bourke, parish of Boroon dara: Commencing at the eastangle of the Boroondara Cemetery; bounded on the south by a road bearing S. 89deg. 35min. E. two chains twenty.two links ; on the east by a road bearing N. Odeg. 7min. E. twenty-seven chains four links ; on the north-west by a road bear ing S. 52deg. 33min. W.fourt...

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A HETERODOX BISHOP. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 January 1863

. A'lxr.tnuaox lhsunov.-''he ltEnglish Chsurchman pivR s .n extract from the ilitroduction to thle liShopl (Colonl.o) of D atal's.forthcoiiinll work oin ti l'en tntaculi. It appll?rs that a natiove Zulu, who had been r ading tu.record ofl' the Deluge, looked up and asked,: " Is i\ tlhat trne? Do you really, believe that all-this hlilipencd thus, that all beasts, mid birds, and cicepiug ililtgssupun thee'arth, large alid small, fryin ho: cnuntrics tuld, col,' rcano thus by pairs, and entered iiltstho ark with Nouh? And did Noah glthcrIlood for thioat all, for thu beasts and birds of p lmrey, as well as the restl ' ' Upon this, Utlshop Col cYset ?brol'ovest ".I It'l thut1 I dareid not, as a 'servant of thie iot olftrutIh, rge my brother manl to believe that whl:c I do not nmyself 'llivve, whichl I know to be unnttue as 9 a manter ol'ffet iir hiioriical narrative." And hae arrives at tile filmitwinig o;nclusion:-'" Our exalpinlt'oll has tfored on aus. lh conviction, by reastut of itlu ...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 January 1863

2b ,he )L'ditor of the Stanuard. Sm,--We must always reinember one thing if we would S?caiesfsilly enscourage the growth of mind by inellectual culiture-that in adult education we can only secure gotil results by first creating the circumn latnleas, and then giving the opportunity, without overtaxiog the physical powers, of securing employ.. ment sutilicient to provide food, rainment, and shelter. Inattention to this one thing is a groeat drawback to the iuccessbftilissau frequenltly anticipated respecting the institutions provided for this purpose; whilst " this one thing flirst attended to would pave the way * for their success. Licking this, an extensive class are deltuded, blamned, and condemned for no fault of their iwvn but this-that they have aided to place thosaii positions of power and trust whose ignorant Seal and bigotry has orighatoed a series of evil cir. cumstan es which has placed many of the people in very det riesntal plositions. ' In their zeal,,without knowledge, ...

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KEW POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7. [Before John Halfey, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 January 1863

KEW- POLICE COURT.= - VE?nN?sDAY, JaiUanY 7. [Before John Hnalfey,l'sq:, 3JP.] ?) UNPIRITECTRUD I)taA.-RobertStewartwas chargedby Constable Spear With alloq\inghis' horse and dray to go. unprotected;: .The d~; fuendaut admitted that he was asleep in his dray. Constable Gray said he ine'the defen dant on the previous night in'tihe same state. Fined is. and 5s. costs, w\ith the alternative of three days' imprisonment. OnII TRUOTINo A THtao aurFanst.-Samuel Bryauton was charged by Constable Spear with obstructiifg the thoroughfare by leaving his horse and cab in the middle of theo road. The constable stated that on the 2nd instant he saw the' defendant with his car far out from the rank. He told him to draw' in, and the defendant requested him to mind his own business. The defendant said he had just turned into Cotham-road, and was on the driving side, five feet from the middle of the carriage way.-Fined ls. and 5s: costs. WANDsEsiINGo Cows.-Catherine Howaird was charged by Constable G...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 January 1863

HIAWTiIOltN POLICE COURlT. TuEsDAVr, JAiUAIrY 0. [Before P. Q'Brien, Eq., J.P. Clairmani, ic and W . P1. Pttett, Esq., J.P,] b "WANiEiiNO Gov'r.-Charlu Clark was f summoned by Constablo Cregan for allow- d ing a goat to wander.. The constable stated. d that about 12 o'clock on Sunday last, he saw I1 a goat opposite the Sir Robert Nickle Hotel, o and was told by Dr. Bragge that'it was a great nuisance to him. lHe made inquiries, and ascertained that it bel6nged to the do- w fendant. He did not recollect having seen h the goat before. The defendant said he ' chained the goat to a fence, but it broke b loose, carrying with it a heavy rail.-Fined Is. t and 58. costs. AssBLT.-Sarah Robinson v. Thomas S. F. Timewell; assault, damages £20. The plaintiff told a long story about some honey, and after a while camne to the cause of griev ance, which appeared to be, that the defen dant had given her husband. sixpence to get adrink. This raised her ire, and she went to the defendant's house and ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 January 1863

ORIGINAL CO?ORES'ONDENOU. [Lftters iqtendedfor insertion in thde SouTH BOIuovn ISTADADn m ist be authenticated by the iname and ad dress of the writer, not tecessuriy for publication, but as a guarantee qf good faith.. The Editor is not re #nmiblekfor the opinions.qf his Correspondents.

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HAWTHORN AND KEW RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 January 1863

11?.WTIIOiN AND K?1W:!RIIFLES. On 1Friday morning,` the 26thl ult., the members of this company assembled at :the butts to compete for various prizes, being a portion of the money voted by Government to the Volunteer Force. Thl shooting conm menced at 6, and was continued up to half past 9 o'clock; with the'following result :- let Prize £,--Corporal Kitchen, 5 points 5 hits at 200 yards; 0 points 5 hits at 300 yards; and 5 points 4 hits at 500 yards. Total 16 points and 14 hits. 2nd Prize £3.-Sorgeant Barrow, 10 points 5 hits at 200 yards; 5 points 4 hits at 300 yards; and 3 points 3 hits at 500 yards. f:otal 18 points and 12 hits. 3rd Prize £2.-Private James Blaekbutrtr 5 points 5 hits at 200 yards; 0 paints 5, hits: at 800 yards; 4 points 4 hits: at 500 yards.. Total 15 points and 14 hits. 4th Prize £1.--Privato W. Cook; 8 points: 5 hits at 200 yards; 0 points 5 hits at 300, yards; and 2 points 1 hitat, 500j ards. Total 10 points and 11 hits. 5th Prize 10s.--Private W, Eastgate, 7...

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KEW SUBSCRIPTIO[?] LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 January 1863

1iEW SUBSU(LLPT'IO LIUBRAY. In connexion with the abovo Institute, open every evening, Sundars excepted, fromn 5 to t1 pl.m. for membors only.

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HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 January 1863

HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW, The Horticultural Society's Show on Fri day did not present a very animated up pearance. The success attendant upon the first day of the :exhibition held out some hopes that on the second , day it would at least be moderately patronised ; but the heat of the weaither, and the length of time the holidays had lasted, both exerted an un. fivourable influence. On the first day about 1300 persons entered the gardens; but on the second day not more tlhan 200 paid for admission. Althougb,the great heat had caused many of the cut flowers to fade, there weie still many objects in the exhibi tion worthy of special attention. Besides the splendid array of plants in pots exhibited by Mr. J. Scott, not for com petition, was a beautiful specimen of IIy drangia, shown by Mr. Kennedy, of HItaw thorn; two Wardian cases of ferns, from Mr. Scott; and a collection of fuchias and other plants from the same grower, and amongst these was a fine specimen of 1Rus sellia pincia....

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, JANUARY 9TH, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 January 1863

woe 'r'ottlj. tiotturle 5tatu1101 . FRIDAY, JANUARY Ori, 1863. Tts second year of the existence of the Kew Municipality will expire on the 12th instant, when the ratepayers will be called together to .assist in carrying on the work so well begun in the district. Three councillors retire by rotation-Messrs. CAnsox, DinRiuo, and -WViA.rTON. The last.nmined gentleman de c!ines to offer himself for re-election, but the twvo former are again candidates for the suf .':ngcs of the ratepayers. From the manner ii which they have hitherto fulfilled their duties as councillors, there is every proba bility of their being unanimously re-elected. At present we hear of but one new candidate- Mr. W. STinvENsox-who, if no others offer, will fill the place vacated'by Councillor WVII.]roN without going to the poll. Thisi certainly shows that the inhabitants generally iare well satisfied with the gentlemen who have hitherto conducted the business of the .Municipality-alike those who remain in odiice an...

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LATER NEWS FROM AMERICA. SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 January 1863

- -0-- LATER NEWS FROMVI AMERICA. SYDNEY, WEDNESDnAY. The Wild Pi=eon, from California, brings New York ann Washington news to .14th November. On the 10th October, Comrmander Renshaw attacked the Confederate batteries at Galve ston, which were shortly afterwards aban doned. It is stated that the army of Virginia is every day passing further south. Pleasonton had encountered and routed Stuart's cavalry, 800 strong, near Chester Gap, south of Manassas. The Confederates stilloccupylHolly Springs, on the Mississippi Central' Railroad, sixty miles south-west of Corinth ;'estimated num ber, 50,000. M'Clellan is again to be removed, and to be succeeded by Burnside. This change has created very great discontent. Horatio Seymour has been elected Gover nor of Now York by a majority of 10,000. The Democrats have eighteen of the thirty Congress men, and a small majority in the Assembly. 3M'Clellan's removal is attributed to his re fusal to cross the Potomac. . He had orders to cross and give th...

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HA WTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 January 1863

IIAAVTUORN LITERAR1 Y ASSOCI ATION. The annanl meeting of the above Associ ation, for the election of officers &c., was hold last Tuesday e ovening ; M. O'Grady, Esq., IM.L.A., Vrice.President of the Association, in the chnair, Thoe Clhairliian, on opening the proceed. ing,. said he did not know whether to con gratulate th) fInor the reverse on the pros poets of th Association. ieo was sorry to hear that.f had not realizod,;the support it deserved di\riing the past ytar. It was not for hini to sitjE wi ' hat?flli wits tof bulittributed ; but it Lst t with oine individual or the eontmnitteo tinttht tilli(; rotsted, for every thing depdendid on the members. Charges had bcue. bro glit againrt, the contuitteeo of tmainn 'tii'it i iiit I inuIl nnnseienitionuasly s t; that severlI of its lenibors had done all they could to promote the welfare of the Adsociation ; anl amongst them. without making any' invidious distinction, he might mention Mr. Camlpbell'sname. With whom soever the...

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[?] OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 January 1863

At E SING (IF I'UnIlO flOD15,IS. KEW MINHICIPA1. COUNCil. meets every Ti'rlelny evening, at 8 o'clock. HOROONnARA )IsTraitT Rn.%n Rfo.+nor, meets al ternate Saturdays, at the Office, Camberwell, alt o'olnok p.m. HAwrTOaN - MunICIPAL CouNacil meets every Monday evening, at the Council Chambers at. 7 o'clock. --0-

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KEW FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY, [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 January 1863

SKEW FitE ['UBLIO LIBRARY, Cnofisstiug of hooks lent by the Melbourne Public Library. Open every evening, Sundays excepted free of chargg,

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KEW LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 January 1863

KR W LITEUA1AY AND SOIEN'TIFIC I \STITUTE. - Lectures are dUlivered every Thursday evening. n tw Atheniaeumn, Khuw, on various IiraIuloil or: hteraturo, scioece, and art. Commence at eight.

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL MONDAY, JANUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 January 1863

HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUlI MoiA, 3ua . Present-D. M'Do u all, Es, CoirW Couricillors Campbell, oetto, t , Coo and Braggo. . . Sl'ho miuutoes of th previous 1WcetinO road and couflnirdid. .OORItEBI'O0NDOEN - To tbo Chief Secretary's olikrtor byo.law. No. 12, for .lvying n?ro,. shilling in the pound, for apprthanking From the Rev, W. Wilson, tll,. Council for the use of the to nf '. Irom the Roand anUd ,ridges . -i Coueril that it was not; intended to I . the ost of widening the 'approach to aiir rh bridge to to e tall futlid. Fr mn the srlo, stating that the highest d Sthe lease ot the I-lawthorn toll p 3 which anmounnt was ini eicess fi r erit t for the past year. h i lthe t rtl, i nformig theo Coon. 1I ha o derr for the lease of tho"lIaw S h ws the highest, and request- h e ~1 toeit recommend its acceptance. , aFro thein ardiner Road Board, forward- a ilt 11t rn0oiuntirng to £109. 12s. 10ld. for I i w bridge over the creek, and repairs i1 o trir bitden, Chamber of Commerce, t e log, ...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 January 1863

Mri. O'Gra.ly, M. L.A., will meet the mern hers of the nroomn.lara, Nnintwading, and I)akl.'igh anld NMulrave Roidl Boards alt the '[Phorecomble lintel, Norusood, to-norrow (.ailtirday) evening, at seven o'clock, .res. ptcting the distribution of the Grant-inu-Aid. The annual meeting of the Victorian Ilor ticultural inmproventent Society took place in the M echanics' Institute on Moonday evening. There was a pretty good attendance of mem bhers, and the president of the society, Mr. \VWin. Hlogrth, occupied the chair. Fronm the annual report and balance-sheet presented to the meeting, the society would appear to be in a flourishing condition ; since, after all the operations of' the past year, there is a pretty good balance of cash in hand. The report arnl balance-sheet were unanimously adopted. The next business was the election of office bearers, and after somne time and discussion, the appointmnents were made as fiollows :-Mr. WVm. Hogarth (re-elected),president; Messrs. James Fer...

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DEPUTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 January 1863

DEPUTATIONS. IIAwTronox ToLL.-Yestorday, a deputa. tion consisting of M. O'Grady, Esq., M.P., D. M'Dougall, Esq., JhP., Chairman of the Hawthorn Munieipality, Riobert Kent, Esq, Chairman of the Boroondara Distriob Road Board, and Mr. Toon, waited upon the As. sistant Commin siouer of Roads and lrhidges, J. Steaven oa , Esq., respecting the p.'. posed leasing of this toll. From comamni. cations forwarded to the Coauncil iad lloaBe Board, it appeared that thu amoulnt of the lhighest t(nder was £23-20, anad the a nont stated as the net collcction lfir the vnar 18(12 wasnnr;l3.£23d..I Under these eimrmanstunces the Board of Land ?ild Works felt disposed to' accept the tendei; but the 'deputation, belicd;ing thatesoe errior had been com anittei i' the, 'rturns, hmade tf'ther in qniries intot'w .matter; aind'Mc. Seaveison y' sterd,; at oknI admitted that the state ment in his ile ters was incorrect, that amount having been :iarived at by taking one month at £tS0. (si. 81., and multiplying...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 January 1863

CROSS KEIYS 1UlO'I;E, T ONSA1) ,LE STREET toLst, ??elbourne. 1J --\. IL. F.) D1), late traveller to T. Aitken, ':iq., brewer, begs to inform his friends and the public that Ihe has newly furnished, in it superior style, for the ntcc(OIIinOdsion of trav'ellers. Also, the best wines, spirits, and iles that thi colony cans prodtuce; anid it table second to. none, FARRELL'S COLONIAL L EA.TIIER WAREHlOUSE, Opposite the Post Office, M?E L I 0 U R N E, Late f '21 Little hlourke-strecL Tanner, Currier, Leather (lutter, Grindery &r. BOATS ON HIRE, YARRABERG HOTEL, Crown-street. hicluhmondl. Refiesmind uts at i Mlbobturnu Pricos. 8. OltIlOll, lProprletnr. DOALESTIO 1'PEPARIATIONS, PREAiItED) ANhD) BOLD BY' WILLIAM. RA1TWLE, Phalrmaceutial Clhemist, IIAh\TI OlllN. TIDEL3ILE MARKING INK, in. per .1 bottle, verysuperior.-Alhil, ?NIAN I)IAMi)NI) C1MINTa'I'. fhr meundtng broken glass, chins, or nld. Inirnbly adapted lbr serup-books or mendling bank uoter, &e., 1., per bottle,-S\ E'...

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