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GENTLEMEN OF HAWTHORN [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 January 1863

GE?TLEMEN OF AWI'TlIORn--,Last Thurs day week my humble dwelling was fraudu lently broken into, and valuable property ab stracted from it; and all my littlo dwelling was turned upside down. This is the second time I have had the locks broken. I think there ought;to be more care taken in looking after a lot of skulking, idle fellows who are roaming about. I have walled ten miles and a-half to twelvo miles for employment, and when I returned, to soe my useful and valua ble timings removed away- I have had a deal to contend with ; 1 think I do deserve to have protection. T. HAvr.

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, JANUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 January 1863

HAWTIIORN MUNCIPTAI, COUNCI ,. M'oNDar, J.su.urv 210. Present-- , .'l)uougall, Eq., Chairman, Councillors Campbell, Hill, IBragge, Pettett, and Conran., The minutes of the previous meeting wera read and coulirmed .r' ol001: l:1PONf ENCE. From the Muunicipal Conference, stating that the delegates would reassoluble on Monday, .22nd instant.. From the Central Board of Health, for. warding a draft copy of a bye-law with re ference to the construction of cesspools.- Referred to the IHealth committee. From the Victorian Department of the International Exhibition, London,; thanking the Council for, the ef'orts made to carry out the objects of thueExhibitionsatisfiictorily, anld for allowing,:the articles entrusted to them to appear at the International 'Exhibi tion; From J. Steavenson, Esq., Assistant Comn missioner of Roads and Bridges, stating that the amount of the nott collection of the lHaw thorn toll revenue was £2602. 12s. 10d., in stead of the amount previously mentioned; and that ...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 January 1863

. b tlie lEditor of the Standard. 8ica,-No t.no will attemlpt to deny thiit loctl nosn. clttions tfr scouring social rccreation and intellectual enCjoymtent are a airect and positive good; and ,yet tor the want of consideration and ellirt to pro note them,beyond a simple assent of their value, they often fail in the attainment of their object. It is therefore worth enquiry, under what combination of circumstances an active interest in their cfelciency may be best promoted. Refinemnent of manners and inental culture, can neover be out of place in any comncunity. 'iThe want of these is a greater preven tive to nutual enjoyment of the classes with each other than tihe accdental distinction of rank and woallh. Institutions which mako this culture their object are an honour to their country, and rank high can' g the means of protmoting tih happiness and prosperity of a people; and ought to be liberally sup ported by them. That so direct and positive a good is not always appreciated as it...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JANUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 January 1863

KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JAxUA?r 27. Presnt-Geor Lewis,. Esq., Chairman, Councillors Haley, Cranwoll, iStevenson, Carson, Derrick, and, Barnard. The minutes of the previous meeting wore read and confirmed. Tie Town Clerk read a report of the late election, COURRE5?ONDENCC. From the Central Board of Health, for. adinga copy of a draft bye-law respecting th?construction of cesspools. From the Colonial Bank, acknowledgin re ceipt of letter forwarding the names o- the Finnncom c itteo. . _ , + , To Dr. Ralph, accepting with thanks his Oiler to act as Healtlh Ollicer to the district. To thie M[unicial Conference, stating that the Chairmann lhad been appointed as the dele gate of the Council to the Conference. Th ? Chairmluan stated that he had attended the Conference on behalf of the Council, T UIILIO to woIICs 1I'OT. The report of this committee was brought lp, containimg a schedule of works for tihe '18l5og year, the estimated cost of which was E1Si.. Also recommending to the Fi...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 January 1863

O1RIGTINAL CO.RRES 'ONIDEN!:. (Lettcrs infcndcd for inrser,'iim in MIe SOUTII I3oUuli S'krANul.1nn must be aotlhenlieated lJ/ the ('(lOW a111d 11 dress of tIh woriter, not neucsssarlly fbr ,Irpliatlion,, but as uitfldJh3/tuJe o/ yowl ' h 1h * 2e J(dilor s in' i e posl /rteo.iiniuns of his Cwirepoywnento

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HARDY PENITENT. To the Printer of the Standard Newspaper, of Hawthorn. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 January 1863

JAt].IY PIEYITENT. Tbo th .Printer of ?Ie S/tandar'd .Yewspae;er, of 1Twuth/orn, Myv heart is so grieved, and so oplpressed that I have hardly words to express my grief and sorrow, in having such a falso cut-up in your last answer to mI respecting the caution I gave the inhabitants of' Hawthorn against p'erambulating the street which leads from the corner of the Sir Robert Nicllo to the sceno of the lato grand floral fete-the gardens for horticulture. I, Thos. Hardy, have had no occupation, no control over, any of the afliiirs which appear to belong to seCel parties, and have never interfered with any persons whatever that are connected therewith; and that I can take an affllidavit to. And I feel truly very much wounded in my feelings by my name being mentioned in affairs in which I have had no employment whatever. I hope the respected inhabitants will try to sift to the bottom of this false accusation. Respected friends I an injury is not to be measured by the notion of those who g...

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KEW MUNICIPAL ELECTION. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 January 1863

KEW MUNICIPAL ELECTION. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. Last Friday the poll wasopened for the elec tiou of a councillor to serve in the place of 1)Dr. Fox, resigned. George' Lewis, Esq., Chairman of the Municip.lity, presided. The candidates were-Messrs. Oswin, Barnard, and Bradley. Shortly 'after four o'clock the hall was thrown open, and on the assembling of the ratepapcrs, the Chairman announced the re sult of the polling to be as under : Mr. Barnard .. .... ... 66 , Oswin ... ... ... 65 ,, Bradley ... .. . 24 The Chairman therefore declared Mr. Francis Barnard duly elected to fill the seat vacated by Dr. Fox. Mr. Barnard briefly' returned thanks, and said his best exertions should-be used to serve the district at large. Mr. Oswin also thanked his supporters, and trusted he would be more successful next time, whether hlie was a publican or not. IHe considered the bills posted about the publican interest was a most unjust and dishonest at tack upon him; and if he again came forward he h...

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A MUNIFICENT OFFER BY AN AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 January 1863

A1tMi?rioNIErT OFFER I? ANr AUSTRAIAN.-A correspondent interested In the welfltre of Australia (Mr. Edmund Wcstby), states that lie has received an ofibr from Mr. W. F. Splatt of from .01,000 to £;5,000 (according to the amount that may be raised from others) for the relief of the Lancasnhire opera tives by means of emigration to Australia, and sag. gests that if this was generally known large amounts would hoe contrtlted. But however beneovolent the Ilotive, an,! ho'wever natural on the part of thosowho are connected bly old ties with Australia, the prlopol sition is not likely to be ditertaincd by the general public. Until the occurrence of the Anmerlcan war there were daily increasing sylnptomns in the cotton districts, tn less thllal at the other principal seats of manutfacture, of a deficiency of hands, and to ship away any number inow, merely because for a fbw lolths there is a ditllculty in employing them, wvould hb as if it maic went to pull down a house which Ihap penel to ...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 27. [Before P. O'Brien Esq., J.P. Chairman, W. H. Pettett, Esq., J.P., D. M'Dougall, Esq., J.P., and J. C. Jenner, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 January 1863

-0 HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUiSDAY, JANUARY 27. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P. Chairman, WV- H. Pettett, Esq,, J.P., D. M'Dougall, Esq., J.P., and J. C. Jencer, Esq., J.P'.] A 'LLrtoITox.-John Dobb, landlord of the Sir Robert Nickle Hotel, applied for leave of absence for one month.-Granted. WANuDEtILt GoaTs.-William Bleavin was charged by Constable Cregan with allow. ing two goats to wander. The defendant's witfe appeared to answer the charge. The constable stated that he found three goats in the Hawthorn Gardens on Thursday last. Hoe drove them out, and was informed that they belonged to parties residing in Richmond. He found that two of the goats belduged to the defendant, but he could not lind an owner for the other.-Fined is. and 5s. costs. Woiuc {AND La noun.-James Robert Watts v. Robert Kent; work and labour £7. The defendant admitted the debt, but pleaded a set-off. In reply to the defendant, Watts stated that he had been in Mr. Kent's employ for four years and ten months. He...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 January 1863

1T1 W LNE-M.AK ERt.-GRA PE FOR - .SALE. Apply oflice of this paper. : .OST, a emall black.pnd-whits PIGi, 'tom J. ouryard, Upper Ilawthorn. .'he person re ttu, in tho sspno willbe REWARI),1Ei). , Ncl'' AN)D ii li'N -, -I A ? 'i'IIOIN .:A ND. KEW - RI 1t43,i : 1 N aceordan'co with lirigado Oider No. 19, '03, the A RMS of the Company wilt h- I . PECTI''?i) by the \Major of Brigade, on MON DAY hltuigll next, Itt Six o'clock. Evry Membhur.is required.to produce his Rifle. Thei Alembhers.whonare prevented from attending. tli?iingh sickness-are requested to send their Itilis to. the )rill Room before six p;ni. of the sttine day. By order, I[. T. HAMlMOND, Captain. 29th January, 1803. OPENING OF TIIE NEW CHURCHIli OF ENGULAND AT CAM.IERlWELL. DIVINE SERVICE will be held in this Church on SUNDAY, Tn BTSn P8 U EBRUARY NT, At TEN o'cldck n.m. The Mlorning Service will be performed by THI REY. C. T. PERKS, Ineumbent of St. Stephen's, Richmond.' The After noon Service grill be performcd by HT1,...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 January 1863

NOTES AND NEWS. A special meeting of the Public Works committee of the ITI'thorn Council wis held last evening, to take measures for rendering the pump on the' Yarra, near Hawthorn bridge, easier of access. Some sug gestions were made, and the Surveyor received in structions to carry them out liromptly. The members of the liawthorn and Kow Rifles are required to attend a parade for inspection of rirms next Monday morning, at. sx. o'clock. MnImbers unable to attend through sickness are requested to send their rifles to the orderly room before six o'clock tie same evening, It will be seen by reference to our advertising columns, that theo new Church of England at Cam-. berwell will be opened for divine worship. pext Sunday week. A young man, named Hugh Casement, a resident of linrthdirn, was drowned in the 3Melbournoe Baths yesterday afternoon. lie has left a wifo'and family. By the ship Princess Royal, which arrived in the bay on Monday, a flue collection of English,, irdslas arrived...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, JANUARY 30TH, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 January 1863

t- jt Qouttj) iouctic .z$.?1 -ro. FRIDAY, JANUARY 380ru, 1SG3. AT the last meeting of the Municipal Coun cil of Hawthorn, held on last Monday night, the subject of what has usuaily been called 11'Lean's bridge was formally brought tinder the consideration of the Public Works Comu mittee, and subsequently submitted to the decision of the whole Council. Before we proceed to express any opinion on this sub ject, it-is but fair to lay clearly the facts of the case before our readers, in order that the public, and particularly the ratepayers of this Municipality, should ftiorn their opinion in au uibiassed and impartial manner. The necessity of building a bridge over Gardiner's Creek at this point had been for ai long time recogmizCe both by the Gardiner Road. Board alltd tlh 1lawthorn Council. The first steps were taken by, or for the iomst part, originated with, the Road Board. Without entering into the preliminary formalities, we may state that the Surveyor of the Gardiner Board submi...

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HAVING YOUR PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 January 1863

--u- 3 IIw'AN YOUR Y l'lOTOOAI'il TAKEcgN.-.ThIero are few periods of It peaceable man's life more deserv ilng Ilse amlno of '. I1l InaIuvais quart h'lhouro" than the space of time he is beguiled into spending in a ph~,otograplecr's studio. Of itself the attempt to select yolr own hest expression of COUCntenace is a Iperplctxing cllfrt, and the consciousness that the face you put oil, whatever it may he, will be the one by which, in all future time, all who look into your friends' alhums will know you, does not diminish the cmbiarrassment. You have a vague impression that to look smiling is ridiculous, and to look solemn is still more so. You desire to look intclel gent, but you are hamIperod by a fear of looking sly. You wish to look as if' you were not sitting for your t picture; but the effort to do so fills your mind more completely with the melancholy consciousness that you are. All these conflicting feelings, pressing I upon your mind at tine critical moment, are very t painfu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 January 1863

REDUCTIONS uro WINTERi STOCK. HILL AND WYMOND, (15) BOURKE STREET EAST, (15). General Drapers, Glovers, alosiere, Lacemen, .filliners, and .Mantle .Makers. All Goods marked in plain figures, and any Article 1 not approvcd of will be readily s.techanged, the ob- I ject aimnned at being to gain the confidence of Pur chasers, and thereby extend an already largo and rapidly increasing Customers' Trade. Drapers, Milliners, and Dressmakers supplied with Out Lengths at the lowest trade prices. Matching Orders carefully and promptly attended to HILL & W'VYMOND, 15, BOURKE STREET EAST. WILLIAM RAWLE, FAMILY CHEMIST, (1ilember of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain,) UPPER HIAWITHORN, Begs to Intimate to the residents of Hawthorn and tie adjacent Townships, that his Establishment is now replete with an entire New Stock of Drugs, Chemnicals, &c., and that every care and attention has been shown as regards purity in selection and experience in manufitture. Prescriptions ...

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BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, JANUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 January 1863

-0- BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATUnDAY, JANUAaY 24. Present-The Chairman (R. Kent, E?q.). Messrs. Coakley, Chambers, Cam, Day, aind Robinson. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. To Mr. Davoren, contractor, informing him that unless he completed his contractons Molonoy's road by the 8th February, the liue would be enforced. ' From .T. Steavonson, Esq., Assistant Com missioner of Roads and Bridges, stating that through an error of the Treasurer, the nett collection of the Hawthorn toll fund was mis-stated. It should have boon £2602.12s. 10d ; and as that amount was in excess of the tender, the Board of Land and Works would retain the gate in their own hands for the present,' I' , From the Belfast District Road: Board, forwarding copy of a letter sent to the Ilnm. Mr. Duffy, as their representatlii, containing tile objections of the I~ard to the proposed District Councils Bill. Mr. Coakley moved that i''pecial meeting of the Board bi calle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 January 1863

HAWTIR{0N LITERARY ASSOCIATION. Will Ie delivered in the TOWN HALL, Hawthorn, 310NDAY EvfrIO, Fennua RY 2NK , 1803, :BY JAMES SrI'ITH, Esq. Subject--The Ronman ie of the Stage: TIIE lION. C. (. DUFFY, M1\.L.A., President of the Association, will Preside. J?lission--Members Sixpence, Non-Members One Shilling, Doors open at Hlalf-past Soven o'clock, Lectuire to commence at Eight. TO TI1E LANDHOLDERS AND HOUSE IIOLDERS OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF KEW. I HEREBY CONVENE A PUBLIC MEETING Of the Landholders and Householders of this Mu nidpality, to be held at the ATHENJEUM, Kew, OS TUESDAY NEXT, 3nRD F EBRUARY At EIGII r o'clock p.um., To tle into consideration the PROPOSED ESTAB LIS11l1ENT of a LUNATIO ASYLUM on the Vil sge Reserve. (Signed) GEORGE LEWIS, Chairman. Dated this 27th January, 1863. 1O I)AIRYMEN, &c',--?OR 'SALE, ý lalf-nn-acrc of GlEENS''UFF (Msaize). Ap lly toi r. IIICITARDSON, Power-street. Ip0 LET, a 40-acro PADDOCK, with creek I frontage. Splendidly grassed; with two-...

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THE LAST LADY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 February 1863

'Pus LAST LA.i?.- ?s on the occasion of the close of the regular. scasonl on the 1st of November, and is at the close of the Exhibitiosn of 1851, the last visitor to leave tho building was a lady; and it; may be of illlerest to kniow that it was the ssloe lady who was has;: lt0 IavO on both occasions. At the Fxhilbition of 18'lt I small graltuity to one of the police consllstabl obtained for her the desiredl op iporttunity of roesaiutinri in ono of the courts until tile iuilding was claroed. 1eal probably the samo meIlns were eupliyed w ith tile same result on this occLasiol. it wass It clirious thnlcly, no doubt, isand thie success0 oflTh lady 0ol two scctasions aflr'ords i striking com lment on IthI old linues "Th'e nan's :1 tal who tries by force or skill . To stell tile torrlent if' t wolianl's will ; ]Jor it' sht will, she will, you mlay depensd on't, A111l if sae won't sile won'5, andi there's an etnd ttl'Vf"._ / ),, .t

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 February 1863

I)EDUCTIONAS vTS ox WINTE1R STOCK. HILL AND WYMOND, (15) 13OURKE STREET EAST, (15), General Drapers, Glovers, fIosiers, LZcwemin, .Milliners, and .Mantloe llaklcrs, All Goods marked in plain .iguares, and any Article. not approved of will bo rcadily s.rchaCged, the ob ject nruned at being to gain the cotJi.lunce of Pur clawrs', and thereby extend an already largo and rapidly increasing Customers' Trade. DrLapers, M.3illiners, and r akessmaker supplied with Out Lenglhs at Ihe lowest trade prices. Matlching Orders carefully and promptly attended to IIILL & WYMON)D, 15, BOURKE STREET EAST. WILLIAM RAWLE, FAMILY CHEMIST, (lemtber of the Ptarmaecu ticual Society of Great Britain,) UPPER HAWT.HORN, legs to Intinate to the' residents of hawthorn aiid the adjacent Townships, that his Establislhment is now replete with an entire New Stock of Drugs, Chemicals, &e., and that every care and attention hais been shown as regards purity in selection and experience in nmanufitcture....

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 February 1863

ORIG1ŽfAhl CO1I1{ESi'OŽUJENC1L. [Letees btllneldCd /i i' ai rrfta,,t is I/i Src'Ttt fliauttit ST.hN1At jtn 1tiutt e 1 ft ttttfl it, Itc'tfttt ti " " ! 1 ,f ;.. 6tl til drtavs f the it-rife r, ot, nct s (,r /; lyy l / r /caioio, but

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BOROONDARA GENERAL CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 February 1863

BOROONDARA GENERAL CEMET 'E Y. The usual monthly meeting of the trustees was hold last Wednesday oveniug, in the Town ]Iall, Iawthorn. Prosent--Messrs. Chambers, Denbigh, IHunt, Johnson, Judd, and Stevenson. Mr. Judd in the chair. After the confirmation of the minutes of the provious meeting, and the reading of the correspondence, the Secretary reported that for the past month eleven interments had taken place ; the receipts being £17. Os., and the expenditure £9. 1s. 8d. Resolved--That Messrs. Johnson, Judd, and Stevenson be appointed to audit the ac counts for the past year, as required by the Act. Mr. Johnson having brought forward his motion respecting the removal of the place of in ot:ng, and also the _necessity of handing over the books to the caretaker, the Secretary was requested to withdraw. Up "on his return the Chairman stated that the following resolution had been arrived at: Proposed by Mr. Johnson, and seconded by Mr. Stevenson--" That the future meet ings of the tru s...

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