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

,S hI(UIPAL1TY OF KEW. Anual Election: Notice, Snccordance with the 19th Section of the t of Council 18 Victorla, No. 15, I hereby 'UviUC ME1ETING of liatepayers, to be doi' lcl ATI'iEN.EI'N M Kow, on MONDAY, thei 121h Jtl tnry, 1863, at Eight o'clock am., for 'the iurose of Electing 'llrCo Members of Council in the pre .o Councillors George Wharton, William )rrile k nedo.il ,lh Carson, who retire by rotation at tl, cirution of the current municipal year. I thell event of more than three cnntdidates appear i. d a poll being legally demanded, the same will c titkin at the Athcnmum afotresaid on the following day, betIween the holurs of Eight n.m. atd EFour p m. • JOHN 11ALFEY, Clhairman. Countil Clmbecrs, Kew, December 16th, 1862. j1I1CIGIPALITY OF KEW. N accordance with the 21st clause of the Act of Council 18 Victoria, No. 15, 1 hereby noren aIt MEETING OF 1RATL'AYEICS, to be liden1 1t the Athenteum, Kew, on 'I'llURSDAY, the 22,lI Jauh3ary, IE63, at Eighth o'clock a.m., fbr the air...

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NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 January 1863

NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2. Present—The Chairman (Mr. N. Berry), Messrs. White, Keogh, Sutton, Bennett, and Corke. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From M. O'Grady, Esq., M.L.A.; statng that it was proposed to allot £200 to the Harkaway road; requesting the Board to make arrangements with the Oakleigh and Mulgrave Board, and if possible, to add some thing to the amount. Also informing the Board that £400 had been allotted to the White Horse road. From the Road Board Conference, for- warding queries in reference to the proposed District Councils Bill. ENGINEER'S REPORT. The Engineer brought, up his usual fort- nightly report of works in progress. It stated that contract No. 5, Moloney's road, was in the same state as at last meeting; and that little had been done on contract No. 13, Delany's road. NOTICES OF MOTION, Mr. Keogh moved that, as Mr. Yeomans was unavoidably absent, the notices of motion standing in his name...

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Per favour of the South Bourke Standard, With T. H.'s respects. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 January 1863

PeZr Jfvou?, f h/? cSouth Bounre Standard, 11ih T. IH.'s respects. Thomas Iardy, Ai'rtist, of Four "Wheel Villa, Butcher's Paddock, begs, through Ihis midihun-the columns,of thoe local organ-to warn the respected inhabitants of Hawthorn anainst perambulating the street which leads fi'on the Sir Robert Nickle Hotel to the scene ol'the lato grand floral fete-the gr'dcns for horticulture, The danger lies in the huge piles of'gravel flung indiscriminately u1pon the highway, and the place looks like unto a diggins township where the Chinese burrow uip quartz pits. T. I1. wonders that the estimable ollicial, \McBride, Surveyor, has not seen to this; or perhaps he does not care; or would rather like the doctors to get something l:o do for mending broken bones. Ihardy foutnd out this discreditable daniger tho other night, when retulrnling fiom a Germnn friend's house, [and lie wishes the people of Ihlav thorn? to lhave a care.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 January 1863

·--U- *OJUtOINAtL CO.llRESIO1ON)ENCE. [ldh'is iJIlc4Icrl ifor inscrtion in Oti Souiii I3onuinc 3LA~I.I ItO ?)111I! Ibe (tltAlhceinbti d Il/ the h:/Ile mid atd. 4, cos q' /th nrr'ilkr, 71ot necessarllhy r i lle but uso a ,i'liiarnlce of' quod f~it/d. 'Ji .ekditor is not re. opunsi'6l fur di/i opintions of hais Corresponduis.]

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 January 1863

'lb the .lifdior of the Slancard. Smn,-Fortunately there are so many things upon which men may legitimately dillbr from each other in toto, without iaterfering cither with their own or the interests of societyt and so many reasons, whilst they remain what they are, that they will continue to do so, lthat in the fornmation of opinions which are libut the reflex of our own individual experience, so long as we are guided by an earnest desire to secure a maxilmumnn of that which is trCte, and as little as possible of that which is error-we are bound by our convictions of our own liability to fallibility to judge clharitably of each other; and whilst we cordially agree that it is the right of every man freely to ex press his opinions through the medium of at frie press -and God forbid we oshould nny of us dillbr upon this point, or upon any consideration exclude or de nounce one another for availing ourselves of the pri viloges of it. A right which we claim for ourselves we ought always ...

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KEW MUNICIPAL ELECTION. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 January 1863

KEW M1UNICIPAL ELECTION. b o the Edlitor of the S'tandaLd. SIn,-As a ratepayer in Kow, I suppose the Chairman of this Municipality must be held responsible for not carryinu out that clause in the 1umicipal Act whicT makes it imperative o0n him to give notice by placards, &e., of the timno and place of holding the an nual election ; through which omission ninm bers of the residents were not aware of the election on Monday and Tuesday last. The clause of the Act states that "At least twenty one days previous to the expiration of the year fromn the (date of the last election of mem bers of the Council, the Chlirman shall, by public notice to be inserted in two consecu tivo numbers of the Govermnent Gazellte and of some newspaper published in the City of M\[elbourne, and one other newspaper, if any, published nearest to such municipal district; and also by allixing a copy or copies of such notice in some conspicuous part of ona or movr places of public resort within the said mun...

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BOROONDARA GENERAL CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 January 1863

BOROOND ARA c;ENERA o EMETIER .Y. T'Ihe uuit rnoumonhiy meoting of the trustces of the lbouve ceheteury yas nohld (it ithe towrn hll, Ifawr thlorn, lInst \YoillIesdIy. 1'reRslnt--Mussrs, DenbighRII *huuiuiouta, (O(1 rady" uirad Stevenison. At. O'Grady, atl,, MI.'., iht thou-llcair. (lueo ilnuttuies o'tihc puroevious mtcotiacg haIilng been routul tutu uutnlirntuau'u, A letter tOO! roud fromIT thu ItRe. l)r. it. Calirns,i statutiug that motututu two yuutrs since, J. U. vloyal lsaq., haiti roslguued his trustaot lltp, olt that lay nttu (otet sighti, not sout etisuriitu hd eenu uppoi~ti cd;unta recoin * untutitutu .. Cajursont, Eeuj, .(. I'., auts tito gentluiuuan to fill Ilth vacLatttty. 'hlue Scercie ty itiutriol theft slut lthe tou t ieet. hug sixtetin hnlt.cri'tuurtt hIti tuheit ulcIo tnere ttt tie eontiia ci receipti.s toutau e'upeuaCituuuu t ibltug Ii Iuoitts I Iltureipu .i ... ... ... Z12 U ltttthcieitg thue (iiuttiutrrtiu ntetitunt o Li I.t 7s. Gil, Thl'e Secretanry waty directe...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, JANUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 January 1863

HAWTHOR1N MUfJNICIPAL COUNCIL. MoNDan , :JAUAviY 12. Present--D. M' Dougall, Esq., Chairman, Councillors Campbell, Pettett, Conran, Hill, , O'Grady, and Bragge. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COtREISPONDENCE. To Mr. Pitman, Chamber of Commerce, Geelong, acknowledging receipt of letter respecting water supply. To the Gardiner Road Board, stating that their letter had been referred to the Public W\orlks committee. Fromi the Municipal and Charitable Insti tutions Commission, asking for information relitive to the revenue of the Municipality. From the same, asking to be furnished with a return of the length of road within the district,. Replies to the above were forwarded, gir. ing the desired information. From the Boioondara Road Board, asking the co-operation of the Council in repairs on the boundary road.-Referred to the Public Works committee. From the Exploration Committee, for warding the programme of the procession at the funeral of Burke and Wills. ...

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HAWTHORN LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 January 1863

IHAWT?IORN LITEl'lARY ASSOCIA. . TION. On Tuesday evening last the members of the above Association and their friends as. sembled in theoTown Ha.ll, H-awthorn, to hear a lecture by the ?fon . . Gavan Dulty, M.P., on "The Minor Poets of England." Owing to the heavy thunderstoi'm which raged dur ing the evoninil, the attendance was not, so largo as might linive been expected under other circumstances, not more than a 100 persons being present. His Honor Mr. JTustice Molesworth was voted to the chair, and briefly introduced the hon. lecturer. Mr. Duffly said it was not his nim to do that which had been so well done numberless times before-to attempt to form an estimate of teo ;reat masters of English poetry; he proposed rathlr to speak of those less familiarly known poelts, in the perusal of whose 'vorks he had derived unexpected enjoynent, by finding soie special beauty that lingered long in the melory. Scoes- and hundreds of times, when coming bornmefrom meotings, fiom newspaper oitc...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 January 1863

\ very pleasant game wasi commenced on Saturday list, iupon the Ilawthiori ground, between eleven gentlemen fromn the establishunont of Miessrs. J. Ilicty and C,., and eleven members of the local club, which promises to be rather a close gamle, and will be con tiinued on Saturday week. IThe llhawthornI men in their first innings were extremely unfortunate, Mr. T. Jlenty, with slows, taking six of their wickets in a very short time, the otal score of the first innings being 43; in the second, Ihowever, they were more tirtlntate, 110 ruts heing to their credit when time was called, with two wickets to fall. 'lTheiropponents scored 86 in their first intiiigs, which were chiefly obtained by Messrs, lonar and T. ITenty. In con sequence of the high wind that prevailed the whole afternoon the flalding was not up to the average, and interfered greatly with the bowling. Messrs. 11111 and I1olhnr, on tie IHawthorn stile, the latter not out, Iby some good batting scored 01 between them. The fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 January 1863

A USTRA.I 1 . N A LLIA Cu., A SA? ' if 1\ A ý COMPANY. ]sta toil:erl for Fire Insurance, Assurancoof Lives, Fillehty G :ua'ateec, Indolnwonls nul Ahtanitles. l'rilcipll Oillees: 53 Elizalbch-stre', and 2 Collins-street West, 2!el - : iotlrne. Capilal,-.,':O,OOO, with power to indrease. I, I It EClTOITS: Thle iRo. 1 . S. Andersoo, .1.L.A. The li on. J. S. Johnston, MI.L.A. John Moore, Esq., J.l'. The Oll Chlltrles Vallghan, I31.,.0. W, W. \i ardcll, Eeq. TtUSTE'ES : lThe fBlo. J. G. Francis, 1LL. A. 11ugh (lMass, J.P. Jo0n hn ore, 1Esq., J.P. SUltY I:VOtt AND "VALIUATOR iloLert Kerr, Esq., J.P. -AUDurO RS : Robert Gudemann, Esq., Accoultant, 11.1. Treasury Alexander Lair.g, :q, :ldon Chambers, Oflicia Assignee. EDITCA Of ICOEtRS: J. 1B. Motlherwell, M.D.) I \. (ilbee, Surgeon. rTANDIN0 COUNSEl, : SOLICI'TOR : This Company's busineCss is conducted in three separl'ate dlepartents-Fire Ilnsur;ncel, Ilb Assur ance, and Fi slity G uarlantee. h' E l INSURANCIE. Insulrance ag;ainst loss fro...

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KEW MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 January 1863

KEW MUNJiCIlPA J ELECTION. On Monday morning last, the nomination of candidates to fill the seats in the MBunici pal Council vacated by Councillor Wharton, Ierrick, and Carson, who retired by effluxion of time, took place at the Athenan; n. John IHalfey; Esq., J.P., Chairiuni of the M"unici pality,. presided. The advertisement con vening the meeting having been read by the Town Clerk, The Chairnan ob erved that so far as possible during the just year the Conucil had done those works which would be of permanent use to the district. Hli was also happy to inform them that the fiuancial position of the Council would beat' favoura ble compiprison with that of last year, for they had a balance to their credit of £t,20 to carry on worlks at once, in the most favoura ble season of the year. Perhaps they might think that it would have been better lhat, this balauce been expended; but it must bL borne in miind that £350 of the amount was t balance of the Grant-in-Aid for 1801, whcll had only ...

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DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 January 1863

DECL.AATION OF TI-E POLL. At thlie opening of the poll a goodly num ber of ratepayers recorded their vote, butl throughout the day business appeared to be rather slack. There was an absence of that oxcitement which is generally attendant on electioiis in other localities; and the allkir was g?'throughlib\ ith in a quiet, unosten tatiOti?:ay., A fow minutes after the open ing of It6 poll,-bills were posted announciug thiat'Ir. Oswin had retired ftrmn the con test; Mind shortly afterwards other bills lip peared; signed " William Derrick," disclalpn mug any connection with Messrs. Matthews and Cooke, who, it appeared, had made use of his name without his consent. At four o'clock the doors were closed to make up the nisinbers; and about half-an-hour after wards the ratepayers were admitted. The Chairman then annouuced the result of the poll as under: WI. William Dorrick ...... 109 ,, William Steavcnson... ... 102 ,, John Carson ......... 89 ,, George Matthews ...... G0 J , J. W. Coooe ....

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 January 1863

IIAWTTORN POLICE.CO0UIT. TuEsDar, JANvanT 13. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P. Chairman, and W. II. Pettott, Esq., J.P.] A 7?rsourrrvous Doo.--William Free v.. William Morton; permitting a doi to kill! tive fowls, damhages £1. The pliintitl deposed. that at various times he had lnost fowls,; nand; during his absence on the 7th instant, his.wilb' saw a (log chasing thoemn. She called lip. tho man, and lie tollowed the dog to lr;. Mor.. ton's. Shortly afterwards ho went to. Mr. Morton, who oflferd to pay for the damage, but not to the amount he (plaintiff) thought right. The plaintiff's servant deposed that on Wednesday last he was called up by Mrs+. Free, and saw two dogs chasing the fowls. One of the dogs caught a fowl and shook it. HIe followed the dog down a right-of-way to Mr. Morton's yard. He called at the groerl's, but was told that the dog did not belong to. him. Ho then went to Mr. Morton's, do.. scribed the dog to him, and he owned it. 1 o did not see how many fowls the dog k...

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BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 January 1863

BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATUIRUAY, JANUAnlY 10. Presoent--Mssrs. Chambers, Rnagg, Cam, and Robinson. in the ab uence of the Chair man, Mr. C(Imambers presiddl. Tho minutes of thei previoun mnootig were read and confihiedf. CO RREIS P'ONU IN CE. To RI. Collier, Esq., with refcrcnce to naming Ewart's road, and sitating that the subject had beenL poitponed until tlhe p)assin of thie Shiros Bill. To the Inawthorn Miunicipal Councmil, ie. lunosting their co-opleration ill replain' to the lioLt alry 1s'oled. To M O'(rndy, Eaq, E , 1.'., with re for4nce to the Orant for works on the White HIorse road, thnnking him for his ex ertions, and stating thai; the Surveyor had been instrulctetd to prelnare plinh and spelcitl. cations fur the work, ndll that; the Jloard would suppliomont the amount with £100. Frolm .. St'L1eaven?t1 , "3q., Assistault Coin missionor of' ltoalds and Bridges, stating that the amount of the highest tender for leasing the lHawtlhorn toll was ;28220; and that, as ...

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MEETING AT THE THORNCOMBE HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 January 1863

MEE1JTING AT TIlE TItORNCQMBE HIOTEL. A mcting of' the members of tihe loroon. datrn Oak leigh cad Mlllgr'La'o, aid Nulanwdld ing Road I3onrdmi, cownvenied by Mr. O'Grady, M\.P., was hold Just Saturday evening, at the ''Iuhorjmoanbo hItel, ]3oroondaruu, Thie gon tlemen presenut wore-Messrs. Kent, Conk. ley, 1tobiuson, and.,OChlelburs, .)3ar~p9data;: M1Iossrs; Jordan, May, and Mi ]er, Oakleigh and u rvet and Mesrs. worthi, Yeomans and Stton, .una, di Ir. ent,Esq., Presided laWA 1'. 0 ý rady said thlat sIvll he their votes for tile Astvi bl y h l to express their wants, in ohev1 might have some data to ion l that tfter their interests. Jfo go"?in i oo followed out the old syst?e otf ?i raats fr districts lhe nit gig ti securing one for Southl 13le ,e consequence of the aloteratioi the; Parllnuent, no provision was "a'le f special matters, but it w,,as decite t larger grant, to particular lir t stead. It would be in thoeir ro ll.ua it . vas proposed to divide te road o to two classes, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 January 1863

OR SALE--F-Pour Original GOVERiN - •MEET ALLOTMIENTS, at Illanllhanassy.- _C.o Two WVooden COTTAG I3 and llalf:anaerro of Ground, at Cnmberwoll. The whole to be sold teohp. WA[TiLR DUI)IEY. HAWTHORN CRIOKET CLUIL. A MATO.I,willbe plaved b'y,'hei Metcm .bers of tho'eUib on AATUIRDAY next - Al~cen versus Twenty-two. G. Y. FISIILEY, Ilor. Sec. rT1O LET, a 40-nero PADDOCK, with ereek L frotntage. Splendidly grassed; with two roormed howuse situated thereon. Five miles from Hawthorn. Apply olle of this paper. I?AWTHOIRNAND KEW RIFES. WV ITIH reference to Brigado Order No. 10, S'3. the Company will proceed to Melbourne on SAT'l'URIiDAY (to-morrow), at Three o'clolck p mo. General Parade of the Company. of MuN lDAY kMorning next, at six o'clolck sharp, forlInspection by o'Staffl Olicor. I?iery Meinmer supplied with cloth ibg is required to attend. . By order, II. T. HAMMOND, Captain. ~IIIIICI

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 January 1863

31UNICIALITY OF KEW.I . la fclor'lance witlh th 21st clause of tho I e of Council 18 Victoria, No. 15, I hereby . Act 1.'lfING 1OF RATEPAYERSto be cui0efathe AthnurnO Kew, on1 T'l1URSDAY, the VI Ik ait r}. 13i, iat Eight o'clock a.m,, for the ~lk lectinl Ia lMember of Council, in the I.ry; 'lregillis Fox, Esq., whoens resigncd, I I , cli r , 3,t.a, of oflice will expire on 12th Januºary, S t to morae thaee one candidato appear. ,tin ;d il hlioir demlanded, the eineo will be it: the Athemtum afioresaid, on the following :ictwcen , Ii.he hours of eight Ia.mi. iand four p.m. ,JOLIN IIALFEY, Chairmau. t 1'l C'humibers, Ku?w, -T 'I'IIl ]IAT'EPAYERS OF TIHE M3UNICIPALITY OF KEW. E.NTIE,1EN,-At the solicitation of ;11,"t Iy fricnds I have deternined to offer my ,t/ t l C )ATb for the vacant seat in the 3lnIIilil1l ('3Iuncil. Sl:.i at lt'd i l business as I atll in Iecw, I must fnI ;ic iotercsts and yours are identical; uld, if , it will he umy earnest desireo to study the ,,,,;ie of the Mu...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16TH, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 January 1863

. ~'1iDAY, JANUARY 10 r_, 1863. oNDOUjTrEDLY the White Horse-road is in a miiost wretched condition. The Bay of Biscay h?s been, and still is, the terror of the Nuna wading woodcarters ; and it is quite time the t Governmcnt recognized the long-neglected elaims of that locality. Agitation has been kept up several months respecting it, and deputations have visited the department of r Roads and Bridges with a view to bring the niecessities of the case prominently before the tiovernment, but hitherto without any, more definite result tlhai thegeneral admissiohi that the claim is a just ouo,. ]int now that ?. tho. Parliament is about to assemble, and the opportunity ollbrs for pushing the matter to r a successfiul issue, the committee appointed to look after the interests of the White HIorse. t road has abolished itself, thus rendering use l:ss all their labours. The spirit with which c t5e members of that committee undertook " the work has died within them ; the zest with which thep en...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JANUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 January 1863

KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesday, January 18. Present-John Halfey, Esq., Chairman, Councillors Lewis and Cranwell. ANNUAL ELECTION.   The report of this election was brought up   by the Chairman, stating that at the meeting held on Monday, the 12th instant, the follow- ing gentlemen were proposed as councillors: Messrs. Carson, Derrick, Stevenson, Oswin, Cooke, and Matthews. A show of hands hav- ing been taken, resulted in favour of Messrs. Derrick, Stevenson, and Carson. A poll was demanded by Mr. Cooke, and it was taken on Tuesday, with the following result: Mr. William Derrick... ... 100 ,, William Stevenson ... 102 ,, John Carson ... ... 89 ,, George Matthews ... 36 ,, John Warne Cooke ... 21 John Oswin .. ... 4 Messrs. Derrick, Stevenson, and Carson were declared duly elected-Mr. Derrick for three years, and Messrs. Stevenson and Car- son each for two years. The Chairman introduced the three suc- ccssful candidates, who took their seats. The Chairman, be...

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