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BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 February 1863

BO1UOO DAR-Ai DISTRIO'IT ROAD ) ">i ? . . :·i'L ' O '" Al UD." . - + SATUUiDAY, EnbRUAiUr 7. Present-T'he Chairmn.(L. Kent' Est), MIessrs, Conaldey, Chum bers,.Camn, Dayl, Ragg, and Robinson. Ilie initiutes of the last ordinary and spo cuiiadTeLtiitgs were rend adt confirmed. .COnlRESPONJIFIS CES,' To M. O'Grdlv.,Esq., M.'LA., .forwarding resolutioni of the 'B3ard rcspdicting the pro poiilexpliniditure of' £100 on Delany's road. STothe Ohaiinnlof the Nunawading Road Board, agieeiung to'cr-operate ii.the construc ti,.n of.a culvert on the Boundary-road. To the Beltast Roiad Board, acknowledging witi thaniks the i' eicit' 6of letter respecting the proposbd Dist 'ict Coundcils Bill. F'Prbm the li awthorn Municipal Council, agreeing, to co-operate to'the ettent of £10 in works on the Boundary-road. Froin thlio Road Board Conference; for war'din?irlot'oj proceedings on thle Iroposed DistrictC'Uniiuils Bill., : Proim.theRegistrar-Genead's office, asking for certain returns fortho annua...

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SINGULAR DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 February 1863

SINOOrAn )!,scuvrvr.-At Norton, in thio East Hiding, a system of' public: drainage has just lh:en placed in tie streets. In The Times, a fow weeks ago, tile discovery of lioman remains on commencing the works was reiordd.il. 'T'le drainage, after belng tsken along the coursot of l te (old Roman road for a con siderable distanlcmwrs eventually conducted through n series of tertiary deposits of s and nd gravel as tar as the completion of' the first section of tho works, which is just finished. On passing tile old road a bed of peat was cut through, from which tile sections of tie sanld and gravel bed; arose at a considerable in cline to the highest polit otl thi present surfitce. Tihe pipes were deposited (by great exertion) in a quick sand, the water literally ' boiling out' of it. In as cending order tlhere I s ati first a loamy clay, above which were layers of fine sand without fossils, b.hcbi ing rougher aml -nmore gravelly as theIy ascended, 1 the top deposit hiechmo a rough grav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 February 1863

, ? E UNI UIPA LITY' ;!'. i l: IIF VQUTIt 1A3; i& i Sproccaitirigasof io MUarNIAiV COU ,nu r, ohcil ad Condurite' ?cclI?tNi ....11,e at ,oluieil and Co',mn t e6.N c ] :is!?' oil-S o : , '; Chairman i* * I* 1 illor Warton .. o 10, 9 lor Cranwell 1.. ' 9 1 iflor Carson ... .* " .... . illor Derrick... 1 . :. 13 :18 cillor lFox ... 18 " 12 1 X111orLewis A2 in -I 1,pplicalonos to Governmehint. '- . ucnt Ground near Cemetory 'for Botanical pur. -Grantcd and prolaimedd: i . ': ,i ! rthe balance of the sum claimced by this Couml ,uually given as a grant-in-aid to, new Muoi-, tic.-Atller repeatedly pressing tins demand tle 'Trealurcr, tlie Council succeeded' hIi? iaing iin3 recogilised, and the amount of £345 10s. 4d. ipproirinted to them out of the balance remain on lhd of the graut-in-aid .to Municipalities io.ed inh 1861. , ,. . , . raliortion of llawthorin Toll oli'ud.-Tiie Cor iorer of Roads and Itallwnays haiving decided oil returns of the trfllc th ough the toll, aiid tp rati...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH, 1863. THE GOVERNOR'S SALARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 February 1863

' 0fJf Soutfj Urirtltc ataliantrb FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13rn, 183. THIE GOVERNOR'S SALARY. Wk have watchedwith interest and curiosity the rise; progress,. and culmination 'of the great movelniut set on foot by a certain school of politicians, and traders in politics, tA defend the Throne and Constitution in the ]person of His Excellency Sir I?xNay BAnRKr. Inithe :developinoiit of their loyiil iind lauda ble efforts thero weor certain eouious phases worthy of special comment. For instance, thi't vaguely intelligible signiflcation-" tho Governor has been insulted," which thrilled through the blood of ecstatic lovers of liberty; 'aroused the iro of the most phlegmatic of that class, and kindled into exuberance the latent lovo we all possess for attachment to the homno institutions. The representative of fMajesty insulted I What loyal Briton could resist feeling, if not uttering, his indignation at such unworthy tieatment P Hence on thitd foundation a clamour was raised by a few dsebigning B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 February 1863

CAMBERWELL CIIUROIH. ERVICE will.be held in: thit Church every SUNDAY AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock. The SACRIAMENT OF BAPI.'IS.1., will be ad ministered on the Third Sunday in every month,' ilnmediately after the Second Lesson in tile after oo01. : Applications for Sittings to, be. matde .?to Mr. ,EY ELL, Camilerwell . . Peosons desirous of joining the Cholr are re quested to be at thie lhurch on Saturday, the 14th ] bruary,,at-haltf-past six o'clock, .: *1` ··I V. .

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NEW INDUSTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 February 1863

NEW INDUSTRIES. W E bog to call pubho attention to tihe V great Improvements lately made in tile ma nifacturo of Colonhial Woollen Tweeds; we are assured by Mir. Cooling of llourko-street that for durability, tihe quality of tlhoe now made far surpasses anlyEng. lish Tweed imported, and many of the patterns are rea!ly lhandsome. 1Mr. Cooling has been using'Syd ney t'weed fir some time, and finding that it gives general satisfaction has gone largely into the con sumpltionof it; of eou-s we need not remind our readers that this Tweed consists entirely of pure wool of the best quality, so sRitisfled is ho with it that to uses nothing but Colonial Tweeds for' his ready nade clothes, and has thus created a considerable branch of industry and employment for a number of hands, and by taking the precaution of thoroughly sllrinking It in hot soapy water previous to cutting, ho thereby avoids that source of ananoyauce to many in the finding their clothes too sman' when washed, nd wlhich one i...

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THE WANTS OF T. HARDY. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 February 1863

THE WANTS OF T. IHAR1DY. Ib toe .Editor of tko Standard. Srn,-I have boon long waiting for some person ofmnoro wealth: and information than myself to take the initiative in making some recompense to Mr. T. Hardy, artist, for his great loss sustained by reason of several things .being stolen from him through the want of a sulliciont police system to protect his villa and several other people. I then voeturo to say that I will give my mite gra ciously. Yours, P. O'S.

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 February 1863

lb tlh Editor of tl he tandard. Ssn,-Ilavin full faith in the l ultimato success of the H1awthorn Literary Institute one great object of which nppears 'to be the attraction of all classes of our. little commu nity into friendly union by the establishment of kindly fcolings towards each other, and furnishing iniforination to them whose posi tion in life would otherwised Oxludo them from the benefits which Associations' for a common good would yield them if they wisely use it. Those who were present at.the first meet ing, under the arrangements made by the present able committee of management, and which appears to have been appreciated by so many of the members, the committco cannot but gather courage for further efforts in the course they have adopted. .The attenodanc oan Tuesday evening, in spite of the inclo uioncy of the weather, augers well for the future, .It is not with any object of flattery, for it is a truth that none will attempt to deny, that the essay read on this occasio...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 February 1863

,, 2b 1L1 Editor of lco Standard. Sin,-It is with no desireto intrudeopinlons upon others, or to force literature upon tloso wlho do nout appreciate its tendentees, that I attenipt this series. 'Tle object is plainly this-to creato opportunity for thr consideratlon and discussion of subjects which, although they may not have the magic £ s. d. pre fixed before them, may nevertheless' in the opinion of some have a high estimated value. T'hat many groat doctrines and much wisdom is entirely lost to the world from thue confused and untitelligible manl nor In which it is brought before it is certain; but wimtlhr it originates front wilful perversity, from interested motives, or from want of comprehension on the part of those who undertake to Interpret, I presume not to judge. My design is in common sense language to state my opinions as one who has no experience beyond that which every one nnay havo who is desirous of possessing it. Common sense, and not pedantic natectatlio, is the grou...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17. [Before W. Templeton, Esq., P.M., W. H. Pettett, Esq., J.P., D. M'Dougall, Esq., J.P., and Sir J. F. Palmer, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 February 1863

IA\WVTIHOIN POL[OE COURT. TUEsDAY, Ae?n aUAtY 17. [B3efore W. Templeton, Esq., P.M., W. II. P'ottett, Esq., J.P., 1D. M'D)ougall, Esq., J.P., anld Sir J, F. Palmer, J.P.] AssAui'r.-Thlomas Godsell v. Thomas At kinson Khulll; assault, damagens £0. Mir, F. Stephen appeared for the plaintill,; and stated the case, The plaintiff deposed that ihe was a groom and general servant, in the employ of Mr. Carter, who resided in the samni house as Mr. Khull, on Gardiner's Creek. Last Sunday week Mr. Carter told him to put the horses in the carriage, and he and Mr. Xhull took a drive together, On their return, while' AMr. Khull was sharpening a carving lr!ife, ''he asked plaintilff why he told Mr. BSoell that the place was sold. Heo denied having said so, and the defendant replied " You lie," and ran after him and struck hint live or six times on the ohead with the handle of the carving. knitb, bruising him so severely that lie could only take gruel for someno days. le gave no provocrition for t...

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HORRIBLE MURDERS AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 February 1863

HORRIBLE MURDERS. AT S;A.' EROarTMEir NEWS OF Til, WORLi, F?einando Petrina, a fiue-16oking Austrian seaman, was indicted for the willil murder of a mann named Joues.--The prisoner .vwas alleged to have colinittetl three separate murders during the same night. 'lie was the carpenter and second mate of the ship Win thorp, which had formerly sailed under the American Ilag, but on the last voyage she was registered at lHalifax, Nova Scotli, and sailed undor the Enuglish flag from that port. The ciaptaiin of the ship was an Italian named Nicolo Liperi, who, with his wife Sarllah, and Jones, an American, the first mate, had seve rally been killed by the prisoner. The jury were one-half foreinoers. The grand jury found three true bills against the pri. sonor, buit he was first put on his. trial for thenmurder 6f Jones,' the first matfe. There were a uinbeor of wvitnesses;a'but thoe state. mont of Peter Allen will be sufficient, to ex plain the horrible nfliiir. Allen said: I re member the...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 February 1863

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDDNNO. [Lletes ibitenkd for inserlion in the BSonTn Bouin STANPAII re isbe aulihenticatcel y the i/it mme atid atd dress oii th owricter, not ncenmttril ri punblicatiotn, bit its, a quarantee of ienr fltit/, 1%ie J ditur is nut re sprunsibleJfer the opinioiis of hid C'orrespondents.]

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HAWTHORN LITERARY AS[?]ATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 February 1863

IIAWTIIORN LIOTfARY ATION. The members of the abovo A: met togethur last Tuesday evening, an essay by M3r. Lloyd on Bendeit and to discuss the relativo merils Assuranceo and Bonefit Societies to t ral community. Dr. Jlragge presid opened the proceedings with a Ibfe upon the subject to be brought us notice sf the meeting. Mr. Lloyd thou read the following Gentlemen,-At thie lst cotumitte ing of the Literary Association it solved that the subject for discussion bo--" Which course is the most b for the 'working man to purouO-t his life, or join a beuclit society ?" same timoe wasrequoested to tunish n paper' on tho subject of bcnelit se' general'; and that in such a manner assist you; gountlemen, to form an whether any absolute benelit aecre members. If in your opinionitis to vantage to join a society, the next arisds, which should it bo--whether club or an assurance association, vworkings of life assuraceo, or with i fits~to be derived from them, I nb kniow nothing; but with benolit o...

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KEW POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18. [Before John Halfey, Esq., J.P., Chariman, and George Lewis, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 February 1863

I(EW P'OLICE COURT., Wr:D1:sn.y, 'Eu RUAI?v 18. [Before .Tohn Inlfey, E4Sq., .TP.,'Chairman, anpd Gaorge' LeTis, E q., J.'P.]' \Vtars.-M?ary Mooney v. Henry Clutter buck; wages 10s, T'lhe plaintiff said that she vwas engaged by the defendant as a general servant, at the rate of 8s. per week. She entered upon;, liher ngagoinent on FLri day, and on the following Tuesday the do Ilfldant put her out of his hou'so and refused to give her a pemny, saying she was dear at thei halferows he paid at, the labour office whellho engaged her, For the lefeuce, it was urged that the plaintill' was iacobnpcetent and dirty. Thulle;cnch gai' a verdict for a week's wages and' 2s, d. costs, deducting 3d. Gd. for cab.hire and the registry ollice fee. No . Arnl'lum rc,.-Jobu W. Cooke v. William lHincs. Anusivn Lxaaoun.-Georgo .A. IIar rison v. Joblni iluddleston; abusive language. The plaintiffi depbsed that he was ranger at Studley Park. On the 14th instant li he ob served the defendant in his garden thr...

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NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 February 1863

NIUNA\WADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. ii'ltarT, 'Fnlzuan uy 13. lrcsent-Tho Chairmanu (Mr.' N. Berry), Muersri. Keogh, '.Ellingworth, White; and Blenett. Theo minutos of the previous, meoting wore read and confirmecd., COIRRESP'ONDENOi, . To the Assistant Comnmissioner of LaJnds and Survey, inforniing hliii that Mr. Watson had boon umuninously nonminated as a man oger of the Nunawading b'anneurs' Common; and applying for a forth of bond:' To R]. ht'Clure, Esq., Chairmnan of the load Board Conferonco, acknowledging re cept of circular relativo to theo interview with the Chief Sccretitry' oii the oDistrict Couu cis Bill. To the Commissioner of Railways aniid Roads, the members for the district of South Biourko, and the Chief Secretary,. forwardiug copies of menmorial rispecting the clainis of the township of Ballyshliaunssy to a special grant. From the RegistrarGoineral's oflico,asking for certain returns or thei statistics of the colony. Tho Secretary ,was instructod to' propaco the retu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 February 1863

CAMBEiRWELL CILURCII. SERVVICE will be held in this Church k) every SUNDAY AFi?['TERNOON, at 3 o'clock. The SAClRAMEN'P OF BAP'ISM will bd ad ministered on the Third Sunday in every month, inmmdlatoly after the Second Lesson in tthe after Applications, for Sittings to be hnado to Mr. NEVELL, Camberwell.

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LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS Received and to be received, towards the Erection of the CHURCH OF ENGLAND AT CAMBERWELL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 February 1863

LIST OF' SUI3SCRIPTIONS Received and to beo'recoived, towards the Erection of the COHnRO? OF ENGLAND AT CAMBERWELL. s d - £ s d - From thellaw- Mrs. Coakloy 1 0 0 thornGeneral DMr. Thos.l'ower 1 0 0 ClurechFund,' ,, Goorgelirooks 1 0 0 1858 ... ,.. 20 0 0 ,, G.lleadmonds 1 0 0 Mr, tRoss- ... 2 2 0 ,, Wm. Webb 1 0 0 , O'Brien ... 3 3 ,,JohnSeers 1 0 0 ,,Grico ... 5 0 0 ,, Novell ... 1 0 0 Creswick 10 0 0 Mrs. Novell,,, i 0 0 Collected by theo 'Mr. Johnlower 1 0 0 M'' isses IHnty 6 5 0 ,, Rlobinott,., I 0 0 Mr. 13ox .... 10 0 ,,Foy... ... 1 0 0.0,0., perllv,. Messrs Fergusson W. W\Vood... 10 0 0 and Mitchell 1 0 0 Mfr. Taylor ... 5 5 0 Mr, Robinson 1 1 0 S,, Manoton ... 5 0 0 ,, Yong ... I1 0 0 ,,Day .. 5 0 0 ,, Eastaway,jun l 0 0 ,, Cain 5 00 ,,.lnapp ,.. 1 0 0 ,,T. O. Colo 5 o 0 ,,Rllchardson 1 1 0 ., W.H,Campbell5 0 0 ,, Addis ... 1 0 0 ,, Pettett ., 5 0 0 Mrs. Addis ... 0 0 ,, Priestley ., .5 0 0 Mr.Sltder ... 1 1 0 ,,IIunt .:. ", 0 0 ,,England...' 1 1 0 S,, Down .. 5 . 0 ,, Wlnne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 February 1863

DOMESTIC PR¶EPARATIONS,. PREPARED SU D SOLD D"Y WILLIIM?M IRAWLE, Phalrmacutical Chemist, IAWTHORN, INDELIBLE B tMARKING INK, Is. por bottle, ;rjry siuperor;-ARMIIENIAN )T AMOND CEMENT, for mending broken glnss, china, or,nd. mirably adapted for scrap.books or mending bank notes, &c., les, pr bottlo.- SW.EET ESSENCE OF SENNA, an excellent apeorient for children, ls. Od. and 2s. Gd. porbottloe.-CIIERRY TOOTH PASTE, for whlitning the teeth and purifying and beautify ng the gums, Is. poerpot. Seeoo that you got the genulne.-NUTRITIVE CREAM, or POMADE UNJQUE, for the hair, nicely scented, Is. Gd. and 2s. od. each. CROSS KEYS HOTEL. LONSDALE STREET east, Melbourne. -W. II.FORID, late travelldr to T. Aitken, Esq., brewer, begs to inform his frlonds and the public that he has newly furnished, in a superior .style, .for .the accommodation of travellers. Also, the best wines, spirits, and iles that the colony can producol and a table second to none. FARRELL'S COLONIAL LEATHER WAtREOU...

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EXPERIENCE WITH SODA POWDERS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 February 1863

EXRI'IEnrI CE WITH SODA rPOVERtS. SDid you ever cce Sicily Burns? 1ocr dad lives at tihe ita'til Snhlik Springs, nigh to the Oeorgy linel' * Yes, a very hliidsonoegirl ' IfandsoIeno that won't kiveir the case; it sounds like calling good whiskey water, when ye ir at Itig Spring and the still-house ten milcs 11; uand hlit. a raini', iutd yer flask hail' full. She lllowls innniig whiten like ia s?inilower ,I COlm pared to 'log finllitl Ian smlart weed iallin jlnison. utll tlhar Ian'l ino iuse trein' to descriho her. Couldn't crawl thrn a il hiskey haerrel with bioth heads stove olut,' f it wur hliit steady for her, tin' good, foot hold at tllhat. Shei weighs just two hundred and twenty. six poundll s, nnd stanlls sixteen feet high. Slheonever Iolt in an arnm el'ler in her life, an' you can lock the t1ip hoop lof churn ur an:big dog collar round her 'Waist. Ive sn her jlllllp over thle top, of" a spilit Iottoln cheer, an' never sllow lier ankils or catch hler .dress anioltit Shiekiirri...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 February 1863

IbTe $outIj) ouvs stanltbarsb, FRIDAY, FEBRUArJY 20rTH, 1803. T'In subject of appeals against the municipal into seems to have nearly reached a cliinax at hlast iu',Iawthorn, if we may judge from the pliroceedings of Tuesday-last. The, advocates of, muniocpal institutionus may well hide their :heads after such a display as as then exhi hited in the court-house. Some individuals, in their simplicity, thought that upon emerg ing from a road board, with its manifcst in Jijtice iii its mode of rating, Itawthorn would, uiider"municipnal institutions, advance with rapid strides; but if theo decisions arrived at o' iiTuesday were correct, a road board would .'be alr proeferabl to the injustice .that must be perpetrated on those who did not appeal ngailst.thi: vahluation; and while we admit Ihath were landed property made to bear its lair. haro of tilxtioii, municipal institutions are calculated to do a vast' amount of good, under the preoent 'system of appeal it would ho farn preol'rable t...

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