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

1l-WT -IO1 -.V ,MU ICIPALITY. . TENDEI1S will boe rccol ad. t1ho Council L Chamber untillionday, tile 23rd February at bouro'clock p.m., for the following workes lloundary-road,-RIopars to Culvert,. Do. do.--Forming and Gravelling. Creswick-street..-Supply aind InscrtlngCulverts; And Seats for the Town l11ll. . Sulpplding 784 cubic yards' 21-inch, and 650 cbiec yards 2*inch Illuestonu Motal. Yull lartlcuhars at Council Chamber, nawivthlor alter 1londay, 16th instantt. All tenders to be on printed forms, and addressed Ic the Chairnaun of the Municipality. The Counci do not blind themselves to nocept tho C"est or any tender, T ll, lwthornJOIINTOON, Town Clerk. Town hllhdl lhwthorn, hll Flebruary, 1862, : . IAWVTIIORN M1UNICIPALITY. NOTICE IS HEREBY 'GIVENtl Miniho t tatelpayersa' Roll is now open'for the inrspection ratepayers, at this fllice. . owaall, H th . JOHN TOON, Town Clerk,. Town 111ali, H awthorns, : February,1803, 1 '1 . ",,..' ;. -JW'TIIOINNEAiT IAILWAY 1T ST'a`OION.-Olt A...

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APPEAL COURT. [Before W. Templeton, Esq., P.M.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 February 1863

APPETAL COURT. [IBefore V. Templeton, Esq., P.M.] Shortly afte'r th ordinary business of the Court: was cdncluded, Mr. 'emliptou took his seat onl tho Ilnch to hear appleals iigainst the Municipal asssessment. Ilo observed that it was very doubtful whethellr.in th liasepco'.of a second nlagistrato it would be competent for him to adjudicato upon the appeals. Tile 'Town Clerkic and the appollantsa ei pressed their .willingucs" to abide' by Mr. 1'bmilpletoi's decsion. i iri James 1F. Palner appealed against an a isssetunt of 4001,. on his houseo and 30 ai ros of inud. .; oMr. ioynolds, the assistant valuator,' gave. evidence to: the eflect that the system" of valuation tidopted Wasttoe icdrtain the mtihrlot value of the land, and takeo8 per cont. as the dnnual value.o Sir James said he had occasion to appeal against the rating of hisproperty sonic yuers ago, when he was assessed at 9001., and got it reduced to 4001.. The value oft'liropertvy was now seriously depreciated,' aiid yetlfo...

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KEW MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 February 1863

Iiý1Y DZUNICIPALITY. · · I[ ovni u Ul] AULY IZEPORT ( ftlio rocecdII1gofrtlhO MUNICIPAL COUN Q o dI GW, for the lIalIlyoar ending 1201 day of January, 1863 o(ajiiTrrrYc nl Counlcil and aonlleee .AfcotinE.'s i 12.9h.' 1 0 0 16 1 Councillor CLrsooI.) " 18 9 1 Cu llellor D)rrick... 1. 131 iCoesilor Fox E. 1 141l 1 leunvcillor Lewis ' 18 12 "1" 'Apiplicatioslo (Go'crnmcnt.. Vacant Ground near Cemitery for' Botanical pur -Goraoted and proclaimed.' ' For the Ibuldnco of the stum claimed by this Coin ci as usually given as a grant-in-aid to new Muni panlitics.-After repeatedly proessing this' dotniad n the reasurer, theo'Counc! succeeded ii inaving iclaim recognised, and the amnou ilt o'f £345 1Os. 4I. was appropriated to them out'of the balance romain ng on and of the grant-in-aid to' Munolpalitos. ettablished in 1861. For a portlih of lIawthorn Toll Funt-lThio Com rissioner of Ioatds atnd tailways having doeided on al in returns of the trafilo through the toll, antd np; ,roptating the re...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 February 1863

NOTES AND NEWS. The Melbourne and Suburban Directory for 1803 has just been issued from the pub lishing ollco of Messrs. Sands and M').ougall. The present edition is considerably enlarged, several suburban districts hitherto omnitted having been including within its range. As a book of reference it claims a pl?lce in every counting-house, and it will be found of great service as well to the general public as to those engaged in.. mercantile pursuits.. We observe that Hawthorn and Klew have re coived ample attention from the publishers, as not only is thero an, alphabetical list of tlhe residents, but the. trademon and professionnl gentleme~ are:included in the general.Trades Directory.. It-is evident that no expense has been spared to render the Directory for 1803 as completea.nd accurate as possiblo, and it is to be hoped thatIthe public will adequately appreciate the efforts of the publishers in providing .a really valuable book of reference. Last Susnday eveninig a ?nliinibr of b...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 February 1863

I'/o (ho 'ditor of the Standard. Sin,-I trust thnt I shall ho ablo to satisfy your renders that however some of the suhjects introduced in these essays may at first sight appear only as the passing speculItive thoughts of the hour, with many sIn after reflection will approvo them to bo reducible to the practicable well-being of every-day life, anl that they will ho iluhst rative of ono great prinelple of the philosophy we Isre endeavourlng to advocate that objects which someth, es appear of nill others tihe most useless, remote, and inapplll icahle to our purpose, possess the very propertles required fbr accomplish. illg it. I think I shall meet with no contradictlon to the assertinu, that we mulst not always forml our o?. " thmato either of thu hiltellectun ability or moral worth of an ndihvidunl f'ronl the expressed opinions of Ilis contemporaries. 'I'hnt Sir hFrancis liacon had reasons to bo niortlfled ly the reception of his phllosopicnal works by his own countrymen, and'illhoug...

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MR. T. HARDY'S CASE. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 February 1863

1ilR. T. 1AlfRDY'S CASE. lib the E?dilor of the Slandard. S.t,-I perceive by your last publication a il r. P. 0'S. has addressed a letter to you sui behalf of Mr. Hardy, artist, &e., of 11aw thorn.. Ithink, if what your correspondent adatea be true,.wo ought to subscribe our nite to assist him, especially as lhe is such a deser'ifig object; although, alas! tho resi dents of I1awthorni are backward in acknow ledging his talents. How often do we find men of talent snubbed and neglected by the world at large. Who can deny that N1r. iH. has talent, yet no unbecoming pride ? For if he is unsuccessful in obtaining commissions for portraits or landscapes, hle will even con descend to whitewash a kitchen or paint a h]addock fence, give a lecture on temperance or preach a sermon. In fact, he is a man of varied attainmonit.. Who could have fore thld, when the immortal Nelson was dying i ll ardy's arms, and cried "Kiss me, Hardy," that llardy's son, then a puling babe, would ever come ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 February 1863

AUSTJ? A J L I JNo, A ALLIAN ASSURANCE CO1ItIANY. ]Istnblishcd for Fire Insurance, Assurance of Liives, Fidelity G unarantee, Endowments and Annuities. Principal Ofll(es: 53 IElizabeth-street, and 2 Collins-street West, Mel lourne. Capi.la- £23O0,000, with power to increase. '' DIRLECTORS B: "The Ilon, It. S. Anderson, M'.L.A. The Bonn. J. S. Johnston, M.lb.A. 'John Moore, Esq., .1. '. The lion. Cha.rles Vnughan, M.L.C. ,. \V'. Wardell, Esq. TRUS'l'E1?S : The Iron. J. G. Francis, M.L. A. Ilnugh Glass, J.P. Jlohn Moore, Esq., T.P. SL'R 0?EYOIt ANI) VALUATOR Rlobert Kerr, Esq., J.P. AUDITORS : Robert Gudeman, Esq., Accountant, II.M. Treasury Alexander laing, Esq., Eldon Chalmbers, Oicia Assignee. MEISDICAL OFFIOERS: J. B. Motherwell, M.D. I W. Gilbee, Surgeon. STANDING COUNSEL: Geo, lliginbotham, Esq., M.L.A. BOLICITORt: K. E. Brodribb, Esq., M.L.A. ]ANI5KEIS : Colonial Bank of Australasia. M..[OIAEL O'GRADY, Manager. This Company's business is conducted in three separate departmenats...

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NEW INDUSTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 February 1863

NIEW INDUSTRIES. T"E beg to cnll public attention to tieo great Impnlrovements lately mado in the mnn nuftcturo of Colonial Woollen Tweeds; we are assured by Air. Cooling of IBourke-street that for durability, the quality of those now mando far surpasses any Eng. ish 'T'weed Imported, and many of the patterns are really handsome, Mr. Cooling has been using Syd. noy rTweed tur some time, and finding that it gives general satisfaction has gone largely into the con sumptlon of it; of course weo need not remind our readers that this Tweed consists entirely of pure wool of the best quality, so satisfied is heo with it that he uses nothing but Colonial Tweeds for his ready made clothes, and has thus created a considerable branch of industry and employment for a unuber of hands, and by taking the precaution of thoroughly shrinking It \1 hot soapy water previous to cutting, he thereby avoids that source of annoyantce to manny in th findillng their clothes too smlll witen washed, and which o...

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CANNAM V. THE NUNAWADING ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 February 1863

CA.NNzAM V. '1'1 NlJNAW\VAT)INu ROAD BOARD. A ni action was brought in the County Court on We\\dneday, by Charles . OCannam against Messes. 7llingwi;rilh and Berr?', members of the Nnnawading District Road Board, to re cover the sum of £50, balance of a year's salnry dtieto him. It appeared from his own statement that there were two Road Boards in existenice in the district in 1861. By one of these, on the 10th September of that year, ho was engaged as clerk, collector, and sur voyor, at ri salary of £100 per year. By mutual consent the Boards then in existcnce resigned, and a new Board was elected, who, on the 20th December, passed a resolution confirming Mlr. Cannal's appointment, with the proviso that one month's notice on either side should tri niinate the agreement. Plaintiff protested 'against the resolution, but without lvail. lHe was promised that if he was dis nmissend he shomild reciive colpensalion. iSome two months afterwards theo 3oarld lassed a r,'.olutioni di.sioi:'si...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 February 1863

ORIGINAL COR1IESPON I)IENuCH. [Letters intended for insertion in the SovUT BnoUInx OTANDABl) mrnut b5 authdenticated by the natoe ad nad dress of the twriter, not necgisarily for.pnb'ication, but u. a guarantee of .qiod faith. ''hle Editor is not re sposlblejbr Itle ppinions of his 'orrespondents ]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 February 1863

D MIsISTIC PirM2AItAT:1iI (NS, PiREARltlD AND) BOLD BY W ILLIAM I. AW% TI, Pnai·laeutulical Chemist, IAWTV'I'H ttN. I)N)LIBLE MARKJING INK. Is.. per bottle, very superior -A?lIMENIAN DIAMONJi CI E.VIENT, for mending broken glass, china, or nd. nirabl;y adapted for crap-boolks or mending bank notes, &r., 1s. per bottle.-S\VEE'T ESSEINCE OFI SENNA an excellent aperient for children, Is. Gld. anod 2s. id. per bottle,-CIIIERRY TOOTH' PASIE, ihr whitening the teeth and purifying and beautitv ng the gums. Is. per pot. See that y u get the genuino.-NUTRITIVE CREAM, or POMAI)I :I'IQUE, for the hair, nicely scented, Is. id,. and s,. Gd. each.

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ESSAY ON BENEFIT SOCIETIES, (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 February 1863

ESSAY ON BENEFIT SOOIEPITES, oY R. SR. L JLOYD. (C'ontintuecl,/ro . our lact) 'The next to which I will direti't your attention was called the iudepentdet irdr of t Oil Fr?fnms. About the year 1810, if my menioiry is not treacrlherons, a mis-called friendly society sprang into existetice under tihe above ntane, and firl'iy toilt?, Iimdoi byI storat. The working etlasss were inff:ttillui'd; or .othirwise they could never Ilave beua persca n led to joii 'snc'h a tdisreputable iubble .onreirn. Niverlht less. whten I left Enghuland in 18,9, it was attog iln numiber, bn weak int capital. How I s:lale Inll, a tit I least trifle of education, or with the most itliituesotinl powers of calenilatiot, shoulli think o 'jioilug lithiu ranks to benefit hiimself; i' Ime s eis i'r.'*,,steclnl in the extreme, Their in.ranie t'e wits I0ts ll) to hi. years olage; conttri,lut ions, 3 i p:r ,vcck. ItI:II its - t, 10in sickiness; :10 t a It to mitir' .ic'at i; £.'i titi' doath. But the greatest tlltiety ...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 February 1863

HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Mo?Dn.Y, Fghi:nltr,~ 23. Present-- D. Mi\'DoIugall, Esq., Chairman, Councillors l3ragge, Pettett, Couran, Hill, and Camin)b]il. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and eoulirmced COiti ES'ONI)Ei CIi. To W\. I. Munuco, lsq., Clerk of P'etty Sessions, with reference to inviting Mr. Tem pileton, P.M., to hear appeals on the 17th Ilnstullit. To the IIon. J. D. Wood, M.1P., Minister of Justice, requesting that Mr. Templeton, P.M., may be directed to attend to hear ap peals on the 17th instant. A reply to the above was read, stating that iMr. Teniplctou had been requested to attend. To the lion. See. of time lrnwthorn Literary Association, in reply to a letter of the 90th instaita, stating Ithat instructions had been given to provide seats for the town hall, as rccquested. ' 1'o ,W. II. A.rcher, lsq., Registrar-General, forlwarding stti.sties for the year 1802. To the lion. J. S. Johnston, Comin missionor of Public Works, stating that the Council woul...

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24. [Before W. H. Archer, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 February 1863

WVEDNEsDAY, FmnuuRAnY 24. [Before WV. IH. Archer, Esq., J.P.] DesTriUCTIO"Ov or Blums.--Arthur Wood, a reapectablo lo6king boy, about 141 years of age, was charged by G. A. Harrison, ranger of Studley Park, with cruelty to a paroquet. The boy pleaded " Guilty." iMr. Harrison stated that oil Saturday last, while patrolling the park, he observed the defendant and another boy throwing stones with a catapult. He applroached them cautiously, and when about thirty yards from them, he saw the doeflndant throw a stone with the instrument which knocked down a paroquct. The boy picked it up and made oil'; he pursued and captured him in about half-an-hour, and found the bird upon him, alive, and bleeding fromn the eye. Hie brought the case' before the bench because it was a common practice with the boys to knock down the birds in the park, though this was the first time he had actually seen a bird struck by one of them. The defendant said be wanted to keep the the bird alive. His Worship admin...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, FEBUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 February 1863

cEiV ML'\NICJ1'AL COUNCIJ. T'uEnuaY, ]FjUA1IYºll 24. PreentnC Gcorgo .Tw ig ~sq, Stn' Cotiucillure 1 Itltuy3, Ur·""\Y rll, CrIOn,, JLc2j'rj(, find ]3:i'iiurd holio ninItees ot th proVibus t)" ti16 rnid tiUl confirmned. coiICIIESPON n' yu ellou 3'roI tllou Chick ,9crotn0IY s the bye-law tor levying a rate of one in tICO hound. '? -~~" •ci l Conference, forward l o., their lraoecedil lgs, and stat ty ,ei of of m'lon hind1 been` gi'veu to Inti I liller', Esq., p terma' lellt t' il C af ce., sulujecd to tie 1 o . at' , I%110 , s Co unc ils, fIi which r ubosfriptioh of £5i per aunumn tu I riL, d fi'oln each Council. t' y s:id so rar as he had en wi a I'le Ivcry littleuso. It iI b I 1plaie where the country a br;t cld spend a very pleaseut fort hr,, lJelic'k considered that as the, dl"11 p.rit in the Conference, - r (,r11)d to pay their quota of the ,,; ut lie objected to the ap 1,'' , pe, i 'ent secretary. eI'} 1,i iffav observed .that he dis Il h1 mijority of the resolutions tilhe Ct e ...

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THE MODE OF ASSESSMENT. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 February 1863

,Tl.E MODE OF ,ASSESS?fEN'P'. lb the .Editor of tho Standard. SIa,--There is no greater cause of the dc mornlisatioa of a community than an un equal and unjust class distribution of the taxes which are necessary to support it. Tihe rule of right in equalising the burden of them appears so plain, that not to Iollow it argues,either great ignorance of equity or great sellishness. In a new country, where fluctuation in value of property is so frequent and so great, too much watching and insis tance in securing equity, and too great a de termination to resist the encroachments of salfishueis cannot be displayed. The three different descriptions of pro perty valued for the purpose of adjusting the rate being household, cultivated land and pasture land-each of these properties has a di.tinct definable value, according as it is placed in a favourable or unlhvourable .position in the square of the Municipality. So fitr as househuold property is concerned, the ploint of equity appears to be-...

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BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 February 1863

JIIIOON'DARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. S.vu'ra r, .riBa?UAIIY 21, Present-The Chairman (R. Kcnt, Esq.), )Inesr, fRgg, Coakloy, Chambers, and Camu, lte hniiutes of' the previous meeting were read and coilirmned. CO IIRESPONDENCEB, To r Wr. 1[, Archer, Esq., Registlr.'General, fonvarding returns ftor the year 1862, ronf the samlo, acknowledging the receipt Prom, Mr. John Rosowarne, con planing ofthe:tornrt.vater, overflowing his laind, owing ttlio water table being choked with drift The Egi,,eer Rstated it would not occupy Smnlna a dtiy to clear out tire water-.table. Tih Egllreer was authorised to get the work done. EIINlEBIRi' REPORT. The o Eniner broughrt up his usual report ftho woras as followI: - Contract No. 18, tu Horise road, ot yet finished ; No. 19, hlonoev's road, finished ; No. 21, Doncaster roo2. 2, Brlleen road ; 23, Ewairt's road; 1, 51uolnoy's road; and 25; White- Horse roa, all going on tolerably well; 26, Do hays roatl, was not proceecdin so favourably, orrrg to some dif...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 February 1863

I[AWTEEOtIYI POLICE COURT. TP1LSI1AY, J!GnuD1' R 24. Five cases were onL the cnuse-list, but no nngistriites being in atenedance, nfter wait ing lur ai lhour, the Clerk adjourncd the CU ourt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 February 1863

IEW MUNICIPALITY. gH EoTlIIILF.ALA ;ALY REPORT I . . . Poc"edin of thle lUNICII'AL COU N CIL OF Kl, for tlhe IIalf-year ending 12th day SJanuarY, 1863 tleindcc at Council and Comndntitee 1Meetinges oucior arson ... ... uncillor err k. .....* * 1 18C OCancillir Cateonll . 0 16 Otuncuc io r IC lr t ll ... ... 0 9 1 Councillor Fox ... ... 11 114 8 Councillor Lewis . 12 18 12 1 Applications to Governmen t. Vacant Ground near Cemetery for Botanical pur. es.-0rancld and proclaimed. For the bahlance of the suml claimed by this Coun cilas usually given as a grant-li-aid to new Muntll. ipaiities.-After repeatedly pressing this demand upoi the Treasucrer, the Councll succeeded in having tecrlanl recognised, and tie amlnount of £345 10s. 4d. eis approuricated to tlhem out of thle balance remain ing hnoo adi of the grant-in.aid to lunicipalities ccc blishedI icn l81. For n portion of lawtlhorn Toll und.--Tllhe Com cisicner of lHonds and Railways hlaving decided on cking returns oft the trallo t...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 February 1863

NOTES AND NIEWS.. At the City Court, on Tuesday, James Nott was brought up on a warrant, charged by Alexander Mriyne with wilfully setting firo to a stack of hay, belouging to prosecutor, at Nluinwnding; and Mary Gardo was charged with being an necessary to the same. It appeared that the prosecutor's wife heard a craclling as of fire in the yard, and prose cntor oil going out, saw the stack on fire, and pfOre'i\'ed a eman making offl. He pursued the mall, and seeing hlio2 cuter somoe premises not f?e off, returned and extinguished the fire. A waturrant was procured for the pri soner, but h1e had absconded. 1i was shortly ntaftrwards apprehend,'d by the detectives at 3Brushy (:reek. iBoth the prisoners were re maunded for seven days. Thie Horticultural Society of Victoria in tend giVing their last show of the season to. morrow, at the Botanical Gardens. In ad dition to the ordinary prizes, a special prize of five guineas is offered by M1r. T. C. Cole, for the best fift'y bunches of g...

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