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WORTH PERUSAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 January 1863

WOruT1 1 enRs.T,.-- n it Into Led uro on the Youth of Nationalities in these colonies. Dr Woolie, professor of logic and clasehics in the Uuiversity of' Sy dney, loke thus :- " The great drawback orf ?r conomunity is wan t of faith in oneo tlother. We 111r so eeru.tonlued to inpute iniCr O t c d motirves. that when men takeo Irouble t)r , hieh Ilhe reip 1no )apptrent; gain, we otily siut,?po, tho ; to he longer-hended ?ehetner. tdua, the rest If neituher they. nor their fri[i . t l..1 e Iu p *ex to bie greate:ror wralc iir by" tlheiri xrli, in. then vli nuity is au cns'y solutin,. The outs thitj impossible is unealculartin durtLy; thel frank desiro to be useful to our generstion, and to discharge part ol the debt which we owe to (rour Mak1er utid our kind.

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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To the Printer of the Standard Newspaper, of Hawthorn. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 January 1863

li thi Printer of the 'Standard ci:o'nspapor, of Ilawthorn. fnf. Wa~ucclrnrrer, greeting, has had the paper of Friday last submitted to him, where in Hardy insolent which calls himself artist, states he found the Nicklo road all strewed over with hills of gravel, and Hardy unwise complains of that pleasant now circumstance. I am satisfied he found it so well advanced by our Council; and when Iardy does again be prostrated on the ground there, in a state of-- (verkhumgrict) this German resident shall not become his friend in taking him out of the sludge and restorating him greatly with no gratitude, neither thanks. Hardy with his visit no good, and when the road be simade good he be no wiser nor better of the same. Stuff and nonsense he find Nickle road bad-he was very much bad and worse, with no equilibrium, and his bag of short sausages and chicken bones, which many strange dogs were tasting satisihctory, when he was crying out for who was he and where lie was himself; and was nurt...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 January 1863

--O RGNATL coMRESPONDENOIE. C1seltera intended for inselion intlie SouTh Jlouflieo STANeDARD must be aulkenticatel by the ,nane and ad free& of. the Writer, not uiercserily for ublication, but a a q arotee il/' good /iiid. 'I feEditor is not e- sponsiblcfbr the opiniont of heiu Corrcospoudcnts.ý]

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MRS. CAMP IN A FRIENDLY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 January 1863

i?as. GAlur IN A FCneNlt?L Sociary.--In the pub Ilshed ofllcial correspondence of the past year between the Registrar of Friendly Sockities and the local officers of those societis, the following curlosity finds ia place: the signature is not given:-' Sir,- 1 would be very ninch obliged to you if yoll wold send us word wart weo nil heterl do; one our tnmembers ns bhele sick anid clhuedl the beneflt of our society, and wile he wes in t tihou the stuard went to visit hint. lie wals lbiing pigs; the pigs was nt his one, they be. longed to hiis ttlnllrdll at a publick where he lodged at., 'The stuard seed hint caring the wash across the yard, wieh c?tntrny to our rules. We referd to the rule 2.6 and 28, wish we caled a enmity, nml excluded hIhn by our Iaws ill the usel nianer; with lie its oh tiltll two sntllitisers for the stuards, with they at:n.ldt bcfre the blench of ntngestrates, wich they skedl hitl if hlie dil it with inltent to earn mltone'y, wlt'h Ihe replyelVr. tii, ?'.rei the...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 January 1863

Tb Ithe Editor of the Standard. Sts,-One effort more-and it is to ho hoped it will be a successful one-hlts been mnade to secure to the inhabitants of Hawthorn the aIlvantages of an insti tution forpromoting Intellectualand social enjoyment; and if it be now carried out in that right and Il arntst opirit which it ought to be, by the exertions of the cammnitteebeing backed by the support and enconra.e ment of the members of the community, it cannot fail in being benefielal to their ither interests also. If there has been a deficiency of interest displlayed in consequence of the subjects selected for discussion not being of a character suitable to the taste of those who sought them as a recreatitn, the amendment of the second rule now affords a much wider range of choice, by allowing debate upon politieal subijects All who feel interested in the welfaro of the institul tion should at once individually state their opinions, in correspondence through the local paper, as every dispositio...

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AUSTRALIAN WINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 January 1863

A LusTAT, x W'?Ir:. -A correspondent in the Australia NMail, of Nov. 4th, speaking of Australian wines at the Exhibition, says: "It will aff'ord the colonist. great satisfiction to know that,the wines exhibited, more par ticular by New; South Wales and South Australia, have been highly appreciated by these who have had the privilege of' testing them. The opinions of the jurors are on public record, but I have had a conversation with an eminent phiysician who has pur chased some of the samples, and is prepared to import a quantity, in the belief that they are mluch molre wholesome, in all cases where light swines are recomutended, and indeed, for general drinking, than French and Rhen ish kinds. A large wine importing firm have also assured me that they are ready to take any quantity of New South Wales wines as soon as they can be assured of a regular sup ply, so that their customers having once taken to them, may not be disappointed. I have myself had manyi a glass of a most agrecab...

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KEW POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21. [Before John Carson, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 January 1863

--0--- KEW POLICE COURT. \WTE?msu DY, JAUAYty 21. [Before John Car.on, Esq., J.P.] Dulrv.-- William Alrxandler Brahe v. ClhaleA \ Wlitc; nso and occupation -£10. 133. 4d. No nupelranc ol' (ldt'mniit. Ver- I dict for the amofiunt. wilth £1. 3s. Od. costs. A I'rr r.AT IoN.-JoI Wartne Cooke Coii?uil ITotel, skced lea\vu to keep open till 12 p.m., for the lurposo of giving an Odd. ft'1 lw.' hall.-r- ( l lnted. SI L.tLLou'n'TEiT'o LtcIisiES.--Tohn Og bnrne oand John Kiitchliniiiln bnth ob intled a renewal of their slorughltcrning licenses. - --o --

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NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 January 1863

NUNAW?ADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. FnRIDAY, JANUARY 1G. Presoent-The Chairnman (Mr. N. 1orry) Metssrs. Corke, Su tton, Ellingworth, Yeomans, Keogh, and ,White. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COitRRESPONDENCE. Frnom U. -Iodgkinson, E..q., Assistant Com mitissiouer of Lands auli Stir "y, inflt'rmiig the Board of the resiglnatio of Mr. Keogh is oneo of the Maniugers of the Ntunawadilng Fltarmtlers' Commtnon, and requesting them to nomintie some person to ll I the vacancy. To M. O'Grady, Eaq , M.P., torwarding Copy of resolution of thit'e 1lttd rsespecting the grant of £(;O0. rItlN Cr.i HIPOR'P. The usual tfrtnilghtly rtlpo't waRs brought up. statlig that cintritt \No. 1:1, Deuiity's road, wt\.+ inearlyt completed; ad that , with regard II coi ttl.act No. 17, thIe ctIt r.etor was p'ioceedinu with the work oni Deltnty'.-road. btl o hI had nIo, t yet ConIneil ed il tt Mullley',. an ld ienel t's-rL.oitds. A letter a\at rea;t:l tfv 1(r. Lr 4: ,, otlhr. iig to sil...

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CITY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 January 1863

CITY (JO hIlT. At theo City Phdiceo Court, on Tiiegday lnst, Tt i. Tute ll w eB clhrgod witht obtaining anouov undro: fitJo preL'tOIIede4. Mr. IV. Stoplen III) poured on her bohnIr. The following evi thence wite talkn :--[re. Nawvor, wile of Thos. Sawyer, at present iui Now Zoaluud, amid sho lived at lippwr Hawthorn, and knew Ini the pi'isonr. On tht 41.th in.it.. the prisouer i camne to .witnucs, anid said, Mrs. Saw ter, a ypur sister hna senit ine to ,on to 'borrow t E£ for her ot' MIr. Miorto,, in .her namo." Iti .\ltneso's sisier's naln was Ts?bllha. Carr, so mid ilhe liv~ed at lMr. iry:i?t's, at K.uev. Prisoner said:l s soon a shlie' got the money g sho would send a' nott down to witness's t sister to say she had got it. She said dhe tc wai, engaged at the 4ytiney Hotel, and had P broken 11a lmip rn lin wcanted to r'eprico it.I, That was what the money was tor. W\itncss t 'rid seen her abont twice Ief:re. Prisoner's t, sttpfiihthetr vwas reolative of witness's family. I \\W;,t ...

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AMERICAN BOUNCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 January 1863

A.rtla:rN.ty ocrNc.--'lhe Nev York Weekly IHrald of' October 8th trelon itb, readeri to the following bit of bombast, in to what the writer is pleased to stl '" thr,,ata,. ings of Europe "--" Why do not the turh. ilpn Powers who are tallkig so m1uch n hnt intervention in o1r af li:tirs carry out hle'ir threats, now, that; by ia su1cctessionl of vie? tories we are efljcotanlly crushing the dtI:mnl of secession ? Now is their ti.e. Why din they not attempcit something fpriaeti(at instead of dealing in vague wourd' ? 'IThler is nothing the Aineriellll people ought m,.lir to desir at the present noment than that the European Powers might be broI - ht11 up to the flghting point nod ass:ail us hv Ii it and seon. Nothing coull so lppotinllt?l happen ilr the republic. 'e ha/31ll ::oon ,1i ready for our European .nrmircs, Mhe don;,ncsr foee beiyq now iii a lair Wo//y of ' hbcit tlpe,.:t;J andtinrll/q quelVohd. MI ha/e a iillin 1 of' ment1 in artms, 0oho will want sonu:ltin"/ to do in itie mi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 January 1863

U ST L A I I AN ALLIANOE S ASSUIIANOE COMPANY. E.slh,!ishcd Ifor Fire Insurance, Assurance of Lives, Fidelity Guareintee, Endowments a:nd Annuities. Principal Offices: o53 Elizabeth-street, and 2 Collins-street West, Mel bourne. Cnpfial-- £230,00, with power to increase, D I IO'TORS : The lion. I1. S. A nderson, M'.L.A. Tllhe lon. J. S, Johnoton, JM.L.A. John Mo:ore. Esq.. J.P. The IIu:l. Ch.hres Vunghan, M.L.O. W. W\. Wardll, l,., The Tlon. J. G. F'r:,ncis, M.L. A. E1ugh a01.-'s J.P. John N , re t, I':j .P.'. utl?oI(t) .]';1) VATUATOR Job.lert KeI(rr, I'Es, J.P. .\UIDITOi:B : Robert Gudenan, I:., Acc:untant, 11.1M. Treasurry Alexander Laing, E:q , Eldon Chambcra, Ullicia Assigee'. MEDICAL F?F'ICIUtS J. B. Motherwell, M.D. I W. Gilbee, Surgeon. BTANDING COUNSElL: Geo. HIiginbotlhan, Esq., M.L.A. SOLICITORU : Ii. E. Brodribb, 1?e., I.L.A. 3AN'KERS : Colonial Bank of Australasia. 1M[CHL AEL O'GRItADY, Manrager. This Company's business is conducted in three separate departments-Fire ls...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 20. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P. Chairman, and M.O'Grady, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 January 1863

IIAWTIIOItN POI1OCE COURT. TUESD1AY , J.\NUAIY 20. [Before P. O'lBrien, Esq., J.P. Chairman, and M. O'Grady, Esq., J.P.] DRu?lN?N~ss.-J ohmn Parkes, alias D1nvid Fox, was b rought up by Consi able N.' Knczie chargced with drunkcunness,. !J'ho offence was l admitted, and as Parkhes had been in the lock up aill night, he was discharged :with na caution. No Lto wr.--Sauiole Ditun -was charged by Constable Cvegnn with having no light on his dray. The :defenhdaut did not appear. The constable proved the ollbucc, and the B13nch inflicted a line of Is. and 5s. costs, or in default 24 hours' imprisonmenet. No LoIUorATr Ltcasu , o lo ussa.-Samuel Boyle was summoned by Conritable Baird for fhiling to keep a light at his licensed house. The ddefendant admittcd the clharge, and stated that ho was away from home, and h.ft , instructions withf regnrd to the light which were neglected.-Fimned 5s. aild 5s. costs. \\roulx noD IAknoun.-Janlues Colloh v. It. 1)idg'o ; wort and labour iCl3 (is. Old. 'T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 January 1863

,i '. AWTIO1,,1IN SLFp BRAR'Y AS O C:IATION.. - .ii].bdelivered in-the TOWN-IIALL, -IIawthorn, BY TIAMES SNITH, Esq. Dafe and Subject will be announced in next Friday's paper. I OST. na RTBU II OF KEYS.. FIVE J.: 11i[,IAlNGS. ItlWA RI) will be given to any person foreardling the same to Dr. BRAGG r, HIaw 'O LET, a 40-acre PADDOCK, with creek .frontage. Splendidly grassed; with two rooomed Hmus0e situated tharcon. Fire mliles from Iawlthorn. Apilly ofl:on of this paper. TO TILE 1RATEPAYERS 01L TIlE KEW MUNICIPALITY. .EXTLEIIfEN,--At the request of nuIne -. ros friends, I have determine.l to Ibecom a CA:1 Il)A'l'T for the seat in tile bluni;ipal Counell vasctt'ed by I)r. Fox. .4lavlngt resided in the locality for the past ieighteenll years, tandtl bIilng desirous of t'rthering its illmprove lwlurt, I hall lose no oppolrtunity of giving all the aid in my power towards lprolmtilng it, itinterests and our mIltulal prosperity. Should you do ma1 the hlonor to elect me, it will he my duty, ...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 January 1863

NOTES AND NEWS. By an announcement in our advertising colulns it appears that the committee of thil Hawthorn Literary Association have secured the services of James Smith, Esq., to lecture in the Town uHelll somei time within the next fortnight. Subject-" The Romance of the Stage." TWe trust the members and their friends will muster in strong numbers on this occasion. An alteration hns been made in the manage ment of the HIawthorn Literary Association, M'. Wilson i;aving resigned his ollice as libra rian, but consenting to act as honorary secre tary. Mir. J. S. Clarke has been appointed libra rianl and collector, and he will shortly, in the lattercapacity.waiy.wait upon the members for their subscriptions for tihe current Cyear. The con mnittee, at their meeting on Tuesday eveinitg, resolved to secure n larger number of monthly publications from England; and will fiol obliged if members will trwanrd English newspapers, when read by them, fir' the use of tihe Asso ciation. They also ...

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ALL FAIR IN LOVE AND WAR. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 January 1863

ALL FAIIIIt N 1,OVl All) WAIL. (r.oo. ( .l. ruIsi ra's.) Tile Confederate General Morgan i alreahdy known to us a little, as a partisan or gtsrilhi chiof, and, if the strategy to be plresently described is of his invert lion, ie venture to say he will be known a good deal better before the war is over. The other day the general started with a squadron of avolunteer cavalry on what we shall best define as a border foray. It was a regular raid, exactly in the old Scoltish olr COunbrian style, though tile particlilr incident in question would have astonislhed a mosstrooper not a little, Morgan, instead of scouring over desolate Inolrs, as a Scott, or a Kerr would have done, and comiing uipon lnothing hbit lone farms or stone-peel houses, lind to penetrate into one of the finest, best cultivated, and moot populotus stilt as of the old Union, all dividet.lnto counties and townships, with cities, railroads, andtl electric telegraphs. But it was fromt thtis very mnachlinery Ihat the Confed...

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NUNAWADING ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 January 1863

NUNAW'ADING 1ROAD 0 . 801;D" A specihal meeting of the above Bca,.r held on Tuesday evening, to 'consider thl extraordinary conduct of the Cllairnm.l i ladjourning the Board before the pli business vas transacted; and to resui the business left over fi'omlast meetiing." Ti Chairman, Messrs. Collier, Yeom ils, ?C{Ke, Sntton, llnilett, Elliugworth, Curkl, ao, White were preselnt. Tile Chaii'inau having read the rteluisiti convening thn mileetiiig, Mr. Keogh said it wai: a painfIl thin fir the I3oar'd to be olsige, toi isc theii dluct of the Chiuiran; neverthele' s it rs diuity they should not shr'ink frol, and tbr one wouhl lnot shirink from it. The pea ihlii stated the polsitiotn of nltiirs \when ti C;liirilanii took upon hiiuselt to r'ei'fse t tihe Motion, o'1 the r,ioili thlt it was iot. order. Toe questio ll fot them to coi wis, whether that ilmotion wias inl "iler not. H-owvei'r, lie thought if the Chirm would apologi.eo, to the ioatrd that would sullicienut, and they could then ...

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KEW MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 January 1863

KEWV 1UNICIPAL ,ELECTION. Yesterday morning the nonmhi?ati on of cln. dihlates for'the Seat in the Kew Municipal Council, vacated by I)r. Fox, took place at the A theumetu. About twenty-live rate payers were ill attendance. Couucillor Lewis presided. 'The 1'own Clerk having read tho-ndver tisemealt convening the meetillg, the Chair. 1nm: called lupo the nasembled ratepaiyers to nominate the eandidates. 'Mr. 1F. Barnard was unmialnted by 1Mr. Rowlands, and seconded blv h r. Genl'nrey. Mr.13radley was Iproposed by Mlr.Pritchard, and seconded by 3i r. Carey. iMr. John Oswhili was proposed by ?Ir. O'lShlnassy, a1nd secondedlL by r r.. Ogbolrn. A. show of launds was then taklcn, .~i( tilhe following result:- ., Mr. John Oswin... ... ... ;.. 10, ,, ]rancis Barnard... .... ... 5 ,, 'radley ... .. .. . . The Chairalan declared lir. Johnl Oswin duly elected, provided a poll were not do minided. MTlr. ]Barnard therefolre demanllded a poll. Mr. Oswi n d hanked thos ratoplayrs' who had supporte...

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THE PERILS OF COLOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 January 1863

TIlE PE'RIS,8 OF COlOR. (LI'nO,[ 'riN.:5 'rn,?;.::) Tn the Ensilern iannexo of the Grrat Exillillllion, wiere theo wni olers itthl e llmileral worl nre dilllhyitdt tii vtin". the usneii of even Ih I tlost litless vi?iti.', is nrrestled Iby tile iolhintiii tll o)f eh'ilots w!hicih stite uf the coors present. Thu iAizzling ilrilllanc·y f the sllnw hr Ii likec. to niortlhillig htll thu I)t'tuII:LC of tlhloe tl roplelt hird.s whlich are o ?ensio? ilnly ai:s edi tigeth,-r ilnder glass sltiditi os i lnexhibit the Imint hng whlih natliro eiion pe)i"rin Awl (the iillrs, tint. of) whicth \we .qeakll, are nlatullr,'s coorslo als(, extralcted fromlll Imlrs iy thello irt (iot ni:n1i. lose sC:Lrlet llln.l cllinroi slltl Iino greCIan lnil yelhIIos whi!ih lliIost painl lthe eye hy their execs?i ,e ri:Eihlnle;s $repireS:'llt sli ply tietals hi ihyohiintl imoilonaiii on with cerrtoin other so?Uibotnces. Ilelr nri2 nltlnt'S irs poriten tonily techllienl, , Ibutl tlleir li'nniountn lilles IIr Cx press...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 January 1863

3IUNICIPIALITY OF KEW. TN accordance with the 21st clause of the Act of Council 18 Victoria, No. 15, I hereby •ovooe a lEERTING OF RATEPAYERS, to be tonltn at the Atienlnum, Kew, on 'T11IURSDAY, the iolnd Jnuuary, IE63, at Eight o'clock n.m., for thle ur.ose of Electillg a Member of Council, in the e of enry 'iregellis Fox, Esq., who lns resigned, Irl ose termI of of oie will expireoon 12th January, li the cvent of more than one candidate appear. "ga i potll baeing demanded, tile same will be Id 0.el at the Athcntum aforesalid, on the following between tile lours of eight a.m. and four pm. , JOHIN ]IALFEY, Ohairman. Cucil Chamlnbcrs, Kew', Dec. 30, 18t2. TO TIE RATEPAYERS OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF KEW; lES'NTI'EIMEN,-At the solicitation of anlllly friends I have determined to ofler Inl elf as a CANDIDATE for the vacant seat in tile bhtaicipal Council. leing engaged ill business as I am in Kew, I must feel my interests and yolrs are identical; and, if olected, it will be my. earnest des...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, JANUARY 23RD, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 23 January 1863

Ei* Scoutj) outttec ituavtarb. FRIDAY, TAI UARY 23Dn, 1S03. Ti11 Inst sad scene in connection with the 13ve?uc and W\\ rs Exploring Expedition was enneted on Wednestday afternoon, when the remains of those t ev heroes, nl'ter having been removed firom their legitimate tomb on the banks of Cooper's Crek, were deposited in their final resting-place, with all the pomp uxid honone dne to men who had rendered such signal services to their country at the cost of their lives. Never in Australia was there such a procession; never was there such genuine sorrow as that shown by those vwho witnessed the last obsequies of the brave de'parted. With greater pomp the remains of some CIin:sus might have been borne to the grave; but moure sincere and general mnourning conul not be expressed. A nation's gratitulde is due to Buntrl: and VWiLLs. They entered eagerly into the spirit of the task allotted to them. Without a uingle selitsh feeling they left Cooper's Creek, on their upward march, determined...

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