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

NEW INDUSTRIES. W , beg to call public attention to the great Improvements lately made in the mla nusfaetura of Colonial Woolleol Tweeds; we are assured by Mir. Cooling of Bourko-strcet that for durability, the quality of those now made far surpasses any Eng. lish Tweed iimported, and many of the patterns are really handsome. MIr. Cooling has beeno using Syd nicy Tweed for some timhne, and finding that it gives general satisfaction has goneo largely into the con sumlption of it; of courso we need not remind our readers that this Tweed consists entirely of pure wI ool of the best quality, so satisfied is lhe with it that hoe uses nothing but Colonial Tweeds for his ready 1 made clothes, and has thus created a considerable branch of industry and employment for it number of 1 hands, and by taking the precaution of thoroughly shrinking it In hot soapy water previous to cutting, l ho thereby avoilds that source of nnmoyauce to many I in the luding their clothes too small when washed, I a...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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CRICKET. WINDSOR V. HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 March 1863

--0- CRICKET. WINDSOR V. IHAWTHIOR-N. On Saturday last a well-contested game was played between the above clubs, on the ground of the latter, which resulted in another victory for Hawthorn. As the WYindsor mnen won the toss, they commenced to bat, to the bowling of Hlill and Howell. The latter, after bowling three overs, gave place to G. Fishley, whose.underhand bowl ing proved very effective, seven wickets be ing put to his credit. The total score of the Windsor team was 80. On the hawthorn side, Me:.srs. Ilammond and Box made a good stand, the latter obtaining 24 runs. During the progress of' the game great excite. ment was manifested for the result, and at length it terminated in favour of the Ilaw thorn team, who made a total of 85. WINDSOR. - lickards, b G. Fishley ... ... 1 I - 3irkmyre, c Hill, b G. Fishley ... 19 G. telphen, b G. Fishley ... ... 7 - Marsden, see., b lIill ... .. 5 - Sircomi, c Cammpbell, b G. Fishloy ...2 A. Stephen, b G.Fishley ... 5 11. Stephen, I b w, b G...

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HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 March 1863

I.LWTIIORN. IH. T. lanmmond, I b w, b H., Stephen... 6 C. Box, b A. Stephen ... .. .. 4 A. Campbell, c Marsden, b A. Stephen 3 II. Bayne, b A. Stephen . 4 J. T. Howell, e Marsden, b iT. Stephen 6 A. H1ill, c Sircom, b lH. Stephen ,.. 0 G. Fishley, b H. Stephen ... .. I WV. Holmer, c and b A. Stephen 7 - Ilellicar. run out ... ... ... 0 B. Fishley. not out ... ... . 3 - Sweetland, run out ... ... .. 8 Byes 12, leg bye 1, wides 10 ,,, ,.. 23 Total... ,.. ... ... 85 -0

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 10. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, M. O'Grady, Esq., J.P., and D. M'Dougall, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 March 1863

IIAW1'TIIOUN POLIOCE OURT. Tuisn?Yr, MAlnoI 10. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman, M. O'Grady, Esq., J.P., and D. M'Dougall, Esq., J.P.] ATTcrTm n r FILrozY.--Richard Rein! was brought up in custody of Constable Gray, charged with-being o1 the premises of John Carson, :Esq., J.P., with a felonious intent. Mr. Carson deposed that two youths were seen lui:ling about his premises for some time on- Saturday last, and about one o'clock he was informed that they were getting into his garden. As soon as.they saw him they ran away, but his man pursued and captured one of them-the prisoner then before the court. i-Io did not see the prisoner in: the garden. W'. R. Bradshaw, gardener to Mr. Carson, deposed that as he was going round the gar den he saw the prisoner and another boy bursting through the fence of an adjoining paddock. HIe did not see the prisoner in the earden. He pursued them, and succeeding in capturing the prisoner; the other boy, got away. ie0 found no fruit in the pri...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 March 1863

HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, Manon 0. Present--D. M'Dougull, Esq., Chairman, Councillors Bragge, Conran, and Campbell. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Registrar.General's office, ac knowledging the receipt of statistics respect ing the Municipality. From the Department of Public Works, in reply to letter of the 18th ult., stating that the extension of the Yan Yean to Haw thorn could not be undertaken until other more populous localities were supplied. :From the same department, stating that the application for £150 for fencing the the court house could not be entertained. From the Municipal Conference, forward ing reports and notice of motion for the ap pointment ot a permanent Secretary to the Conference, and asking an expression of opinion from the Council on the subject. Also, forwarding a claim for £5 for past ex penses. With regard to the second communication from the Departmout of Public Works, The Chairman observed ...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 March 1863

'b the .Editor of the Standard. Srn,-The idea that it is possible under any combination of circumstances, that any indi vidual should be deprived of liberty upon the mere assertion of another, who, from a preo judiced suspicion or a malicious desiro to in. jure, chooses to annoy-this is so repugnant to the feelings of all right-minded men, that it justly exposes those who exhibit such a dis position to the severest censures of society. You, 8ir, are entitled to tho . thanks of your readers for the manner in which you have stated`'the facts, and your just remarks in connection with an affair which, not to have been brought prominently before the public by you would have shown a remissness of duty on your part, as editor of the local paper. Such is my opinion, and I have rea son to know that such is the opinion of many, if not of all, of your readers. If this spirit of evil-this spawn of visionary suspicious is not put down-and it can only be put. down by its exposure and fearless cen...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 March 1863

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Letters intended for insertion in the Sourin Blounlt. TrANDAln must be authenticated by the name and ad dress of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faithl. Te Editor is not re sponsible for the opinions of his Correspondents.]

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

lOIOO1NDARA DISTRIOT ROAD BOARD. SXtTURDAY, MA?au 7. Prcsent--Messrs. Blanksby, Chambers, Camn, and Ragg. In the absence of the Chairman, Air. Blanksby presided. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confired., CORlRESPONDENO?,. To l. O'Grady, Esq., M.P., forwarding resolution of the Board with referonce to the grant ol' £i00 for South Bourke. From Ml. O'Orady, Esq., MP., in reply to the above, stating that no opportunity Would be allowed to pass whereby the in terest of the district could be promoted. From the Chairman of the Board to L. L. imith, Esq., M.P., requesting his attendance a the Hlouse of Assembly when the endow maent clauseo of the Local Government Bill is under discussion, in order to support the nultndauent carried by Mr. O'Grady. From the Roads and "Bridges- office, stat ag that on the application of Ar. O,Grady th sum of £000 had been appropriated for aortis on the White Horse road, the oIunduary road between the districts of inawladlling and Oaldoigh a...

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

GARDE N SEEDS. C A1B RAGE SEED,'TuriipeeGd, and every kind of Car.kt Seed of Lile clioit-st deiý rip titjng, suliable for Ilse prcsunt season), just ruccivciI into stork, quite new, warranted. JOHIN C('LARK JONES, -4)f.javu:frutlc ti( WiW t AND SEED MERICHANT, NIAR HA WTHORN tIIIDLOE,',IIICtLMO D.

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SIR FRANCIS BACON. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 March 1863

Slit FRANCIS BACON. Tb thi.Ediltor of the Standard. Sin,--My two previous letters would be incomplete for the object tLhave in view inl this serieS -which is to draw attention to certain unerring principlos of conduct which, ii practically studied, and earnestly carried out, cannot fail to aweompllsh whatever we minay rationally aspire to-whether the ohjec:t he the possession of wealth, the possession of intellectual power, or the possession of moral frece of character. ]J wtho possesses this latter may be esteemedll a good tmani; ie who possesses intellectual power we esteemn ns a wise nnn; Ihe who possesses wealth we consider a fortunate manul he who harmoniously realises the triad is a great snan, But both wealth and intellect must over be considered rather as desirable adjuncts than absolute necessitles-for wealth without prini pleas, beginning and ending in the selfish enjoyment of its possessors, and intellectual power without vir tue as its associate, is a curse rather than a...

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TREATMENT OF SNAKE BITES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 March 1863

TREATMIENT OF SNAKE BITES, The number of denaths, especially of children, which have taken place within the last few months in diflbrent parts of Australia from the bites of snakes' should induce every one to make hhinself thoroughly acquainted with the few simple rules to be observed in such cases. The Illae'urrua )xpress thus refers to this subject : Doctor Derncastlo, of Sydney. during his recent visit to WVollongong, showed ils a box of remedies for snake bites. The box is nrldo of tin, and is small enough to be carried about in the pocket. It con tains a ihalfl-pint of pure whiskey, anll ounce of anm monia, an ounce of tinlcture of assatltiuida , a scalpel and It pair of forceps, It sti'k of lunar caustic in' case, a glass tube, a camel-hair brasl, a cautery iron, and ipecacuaniha powder-lint, ligatures, sticking plaster, and printed directions how to proceed with. out waiting for professional assistanoe. The cost of the box will be one guinea. We presume it can be purchased of...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MARCH 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 March 1863

TuEsDAY, MARnUn 10. Present-reorge Lewis, Esq., Chairman, ouwitlltors Hialfey, Stevenson, Carson, Bar rd, and Derrick. Tihe minutes of the previous meeting were read nd dconfirmed. COlt tESPONDENOE. Prii the Chief Secretary's oflice, inform i the Council that bye-hla .No. 12, to pre. i tihe nuisance arising from horses, cattle, e., aderi g o?n thie ublic streets, had been ied, and wotuld be published in the nl: the Inspector of Weights and hea stilra .tting that copies of the standard wcights and measures were deposited at his oice, Elizabeth-street, Rlichmond; and that he was now prepare(d to adjust weights, &ec. lieferrcd to the Legislative committee, to take vit action, they may deem necessary. From hMr. Summuers, stating that he con E;,,re the assessment on his property to be exccssive, and gave notice of appeal. pUBLICO WORKS REPORT. This report was brought up as follows: "The committee beg to report that they ;a'e agr'eed to call for tenders for a small contract for dr...

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

-juW IIUNIOIPALITY. SFonURTc IIALF.YEARLY R "EPORT of the Pro eedings of tho MUNICIPAL COUN OF glE, for thie IIalf-year ending 12th day nuarr,1863, e n Council and Comniltee .Motheinqs 0 0 Clairman "...** 12 9 10 ncillor Wirton . 10 6 9 cillor Cranwell 9. 9I 1 cillor Cerson 0... .. .. 9 Iillor ])errick... ...... 1 1 ncillhr Pox ........... ..1 ncllor Lewis ... ... e itor L . .. 12 18 12 1 Applications to Governen"ct. weant Ground near Cmoetery for Botanical pur _crantled and proclaimed. r the Ihcnuce of the sum claimed by this Coun s aullc y give as a grant-in-aid to now Muni. lit~c-rAfter repeatedly pressilg this demand Sthe Treasurer, the Council succeeded in lhaving laic recognisel, and the amount of £345 10s. 4d. aepropriated to them out of the bulance romain ol hill of the grant-in-aid to Municipalities Unised in 1861. r a pordtion of 1swthorn Toll Funiid.--The Com imler of lloadls and Railways having decided on pg returns of the traficl through the toll, and ap iateing the rev...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, MARCH 13TH, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 March 1863

" Efjc 0outt) Bonoiret.c tatlat'b. FRIDAY, AIARCI 13Rin, 1803. Tius attention of agriculturists and others has at length been succe.sfully directed to the establishment of new branches of industry in this colony. ghino making has become an occupation in almost every part of the colony, fobr we have vineyards from the shores of SIIobsui,'s Bay to the banks of the, Murray; Whlild the generous juice of the grape flbws from fsailiy ii w?ine-vat'as far west as Portland. With regard to.tho quality of the wine pro duced in Victoria, we have the opinion of the jurors of the International Elxhibition to the 'effect that the article is essentially good, and .some samples had a superior excellence of "their own which rendered them of great in .trinsic value, as compared with many of the better known F1rench and Flemish wines. ]Here, then, we have a branch of industry which, as it expands to its legitimate dimen sions, will afford permanent employmnent for Slarge number of workmen. The only cau...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 13 March 1863

NOTES AND NEWS. The District Councils Bill was forwarded another stage towards being passed into law in the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday night. An amendment was carried by Mr. O'Grady, by a majority of 23 to 21, to the effect that any ratepayer assessed at £25 will be eligible for election as a councillor for a district or shire. Another amendment was proposed by Mr. O'Grady, that districts rated at £500 during the current year should be allowed to derive the local revenue from pub licans' and other licenses, which the bill now eonfers only upon shires having £1000 rates. This amendment was lost by 26 to 16. A further amendment proposed by him, that no tolls shall be levied upon any animal or vehi cle occupied or engaged in conveying manure, was agreed to. When the Bill reaches the Legislative Council it will give that honourable body ample opportunity for deliberative func- tions, for it contains, in improved form, nearly 4100 clauses. Whether it will be passed in globo, or be...

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NEW GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 March 1863

NEW GOLDFIELDS.. The following letter, signed " A Resident at Little Yarra, near Yankee Jim's Creek," appeared in yesterday's Arg?us:- "I think the following nmay' have some weight with those parties who are about leavinug this colony for Now Zealand in search of gold, and induce them to think prior to leaving this El Dorado. For their inlbrmna tion, and that of the public geonrally, J send you the following ptarticulars :- " On the rond to the Jordan, vid Brushy Creek and Briarty's station, in the neighi bourhood of the oldl Britannia diggings, about fifty-five miles from Melbourno, a new lead of gold has been struck on the hill near Yankee Jim's' Creek. Several holes have been bottomed at a depth of forty feet, with the prospect of one ounce to the load of wash. dirt, and it is the opinion of experienced minerun that thlo eodnl luiad w i~h1 'u ll w',,l.wn. or 1-. three miles. "Your correspondent also desjrea to add that many claimholders are in want o' labour at the same place and...

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PILFERING COWS. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 March 1863

-0 PILFERING COWS. To 11e .Edito' of the Standard. Sua,-I wish, through the medium of your valuable paper, to call the attention of our police to some ill-disposed cows which are pilfering about Hawthorn, doing all sorts of mischieofwit the greatest impunity. Only the other night they made themselves mis tresses of Bellett's hay store, and either ate or spoiled about two pounds' worth of hay. Last night they entered a neighbour's gar. den and. amused themselves on a cabbage bed, to thie great dissatisfaction of the owner, who, (although he is a Churchman) told me that when he saw his greens had vanished, could not refrain from swearing a little .Any way, Mr. Editor, this wandering herd of lean kino must be impounded. VWe cannot afford to haveour premises invaded after this fashion. What in the world are thosd gentle. men in blue doing with themselves? Are they sleeping, or is it impossible to see a cow at night ? I have heard, Sir, that Dan Cu pid has something to do with it. It is ...

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

b 11w .Editor n/'11w ~Slwihatd. Stiu,-lu y'oiii 1 txt twl{k'd Iitkur youi ad vo ante it cuawo 1with whtiolu mumuy of ytour n'iieir n will bo rozulv to idouutil'y tlhuIIclalcvl that tio., lntutu p 1)' liuawity of thu colulony glcattly tdo jcuupon t(hem11 nyth nif wllul V ioudI 1\"08, 1 monsui1 o I' i'vid i g LIIIctnly~iLO It ot" that (14) tion of thu uouuoo ulty uipoui wlu,~u well-buulug the piispeiity of cia tlc(Jc thcr clicoc. leopucolci. It is thu duty of t1u LugiSlatoru by ircmning jus8t l1Iws\, to aid aInd pcrotc't thuou wtIho co disposecd to eOter tLiw grout (l61d of' uflbrt, which promisus, it wc can only keep down the weeds of ihapiovidocit speculatcion, to se cure the most eitisiactory results.. The agricnlltrist cla?s. will be the first to t reap the aduatagel; guained by this nmoveimnt, i? That our lands will produce, and that there a is ability to cultivate mainy valuable products as raw material, daily experien?re fully proves. ,But both in securing a good and rel'ormiin...

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THE KEW ROAD CULVERT. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 March 1863

THE K E7W RLAD CULVERT. bT t?e .Editor of the Standard. Sni,-Can you toll me what the IIaw thorn Council are about in letting the cul vert on the Kow road go to ruin ? Is it be cause no traffic passes that way to Kow, or do they intend to shut it up, liko liathmines road, I wonder? If they do, I suppose our only remedy who have to pass this way will be to appeal to the Government to compel them to repair it. What is the owner of the land adjoining it about, that he does not stir himsolf in the matter ? The plact is now become positively dangerous, and is in strik ing contrast to mce gravelled paths, &c., pass ing certain gentlemon's residences. As it would be very invidious to meution names, I forbear, and remain, Mr. Editor, LowElL HAVTwI[OiN. Kow road, Tuesday.

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

iNOTES AND NEWS. The appeals against the' Kewl Municipal assessm:r ent were heard last Wednesday. Re ductions were made in cloven cases, making ',dlifl'renuu iht ibhu rate u' unly .00 0a. 't'hls is a striking contrast to the reduction made in the Hawthorn i'ate, the appeals resulting in a loss to the district of £70. We hear that the flood on Wednesday levelled the bridge lately erected at Goyder's Gully, Nunawading. We have been inf'ormed on good authority that Sir James 1. Palmer, K(nt., who is one of the trustees of the Melbourne Public~;Li brarv, has succeeded in getting the consent of his co-trustees to allow the suburban mu nicipal councils the privilege of lending out the books obtained from that institution to the inhabitants of their respective districts, on condition that they are responsible for their safe return. A class for the study of the French lan guago will be opened in connection with the lfawthorn Literary Association, next Thurs day evening. We understand that t...

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