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POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 July 1861

POST OFFICE NOTICE. The municipalities of Hawthorn and Kew, and the townships of Flemington and Essondon (including the Moonee Ponds), having been declared (under the 21st Vict., No. (60 sec 9). towns within the limits     of the city of Melbourno in which the General Post office is situated, it is hereby notified that all letters forwarded between the several post-ofllces of Haw   thorn, Kew. Flemington, Essendon, and Moonee Ponds, and between those offices and the General Post-office, or other post-offices situated within the limits of the city as aforesaid, shall be subject to the town rate of postage, Namely, twopence per single rate of half an ounce, and 0o on in proportion. (Signed)' W yIr.IAnut 'ul0u5u, Secretary. General Post-otl'ee, Melbourne, July 6.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 12 July 1861

TO MICHAEL O'GRADY, ESQ., JP., HAWTHORN, As a General Election will impose on the Elcctors of South Bourke the duty of choosing reprcscntativcs in a new Parliament, we are anxious to induce   you to undertake the office of one of them. Your proved capacity in the management of public business, and your unquestioned integrity of character are the grounds of our selection; and the effective services which you have performed to a portion of the District as Chairman of the Boroondara Road Board and subsequently as Chair mant of the Hawthorn Municipal Council, gives ,us an assurance of the advantages which you will be able to efflect for the entire District, and the entire Colony, as an able and experienced man of business. W. Blanksby, Chairmmn,l) . L. Reed, Prospect Hill eremiall Grant George Wattt anId tihe lemeCi's of the' Hotel Johln llli ~lol ud 'Pearson Borioudira Rolad loard T'homas altten, jun. Jplut) jeves Iharry Curtis W. M?uriray Ross, J.1'. \ William dlilt ilenj...

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MR. FITZGIBBON. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 July 1861

MIt.: FITZGIBBON. A meeting oj the electors of South Bourke was held at Fletcher's Hotel, Hawthorn, on Monday week to hear 'Mr. E. G1 Fitzgibbon, The room was densely crowded. Mr. A.Priestley in the chair. ' 'The lChairtan having introduced Mr., Fitfg. su"he to the meeting, Mr. FITzoinnox said it was natural that he should feel some' dffldence in 'addressing himself to thi moeting, for it a's the first time he' haid ver pub licly spoken as a candidate for the Legislature. Did' he not feel some o nfldence in himself, he should feel his candidature to be an impertinence amid an Insbult. Having opinionis, however, as to the .politics of th0 country, and believing that he could express them with sufficient clearness to be understood, not only in that room but in Parliament, he did not ho.;iat c to offer himself for tleir sul'rages. Ills opinions, whatever they were, were not those o. yesterday, nor otermed li ignorance of the state of the country,tbr he had lived in various parts of the...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 9. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman; and the Hon. T. H. Power, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 July 1861

ILVWTlORN POLIOB COURIX.. TUEsDAY, JULY, 0. [Beofore P. O'Brien, Esq., JP., Chairman; and the lion. T. It. Power, J.P,] Ormnond.v. acn.-Use and occupation of" a room at: the Boroondara Family ]Hotel,'£1. i'ar-luio court. . f'. .. Poioer; cV Wathcrall.- Damaging property by 1iurmg it carriage. Postponed for a wcek. lMcKano V. Mo?obrw.--U'sing throatoning and abusive l]anguago. The deoendant haa frequently figured in this court, sometimes as plaintiff and sometimes as defendant iu simi" lar cases. The oflenco being clearly proved, the Bench inflicted a fine of 10l;, and 2s. d,. co.ts. MAhir, Cn?an v. ?tolBot Stevensa.-Alklowing cows to wander, whereby a damage was caused to property. The plaintifl deposed thant the doeend-ant's cows got into her gardoen and cat up heIr cabbageo plants and destroyed her fruit trees. Defendant said ho was willing to pay for the damageo and the lBench adjourned the caso for a wcek, recommending the parties to settle the miatter by arbitration. Mary Casid...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 July 1861

NOTESI AND NEWS. The nomination for South Bourko will take place at the Governor HIothanm rIotol, on Monday, 20th. inst., and the polling day is. fixed for the following Monday. Nanawading.-3Mr. O'Grady met the elec tors at Delaney's Royal IHotel on Wednes dlay evening.,. The meeting was so numerous that an adjournment to the open air took place. Dr. Carter was in the chair; and after hearingthoviews of Mr. O'Gray,ahearty vote of. confidence was unanimously,passed in his favor. Kew.-A largo number of the electors assembled at; the Prospect HIill Hotel on. Tuesday evening ts listento the opinions 'and :principles of APr. O'!Irady. Thomas Iagg, EsYq, filled the:chair.' After a lengthy address fronm and much question ing of the candidate, 'the usual vote of con fidence was proposed. Mr. George Wharton, Chairman of the:Kew rMunicipal 'Council, proposed an amendment, which was seconded by Mr. ?Woodward, that Mr. O'Grady.was not a fit and propel person to represent South Bourko, on the gr...

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ANSWER [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 July 1861

ANSWJER OJNTLE1N,* . , I beg that you will accept my kpst goelow ledgmcints for. thelexpression of your. wish that I shoiild jbomo a Candidate to represent you in the Legislature. In placlling my humble services at your disposal, I feel~cteli great' responsibility which your kin~dcss seeks to iupose upon mo; and in tho event of the' constituency confirming your invitation, it will be my earltest cndeayoux to warrant their ohoico by a fearless and faithful dischargo of the duties of your epresentative. I shall take the earllot oppo;ttnity of meeting you in the several divisions of the electoral district, for thho purposo of explaining those measures which I would advocate in rarliamcent. I am, Genatlemen, Your faithful sorvani, MIouI11 O'Gnsur, Hawthorn, July12, 1801.

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MR. NEWTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 July 1861

IIe. NE1WTON. A, meeting of tllo electors wpas hold .o Friday evening last, at the 1Kow Athemoeum n forf theo puirpose ofheiaring, Me. TIibbert Newton, a; canndiiiit6 fo:; the' r~presentationi of the district ini tle'Legislative. Aseinbly, make an exposition of his pplitical opinions, Mr,- Wihartori wias voted to the chair. The Chairiftia having introduced Mr, Newton to the meeting, Mr. NEWTON said tlhat when' he last ad. drebsed the electors he occupiced a very dif. feient positioh, haviang then associated him. self with the Nicholson Ministry. That Go. vernment, lhowever, eni to'{the'htt willc and whatever was said a~ibout hi llliviig 'caused its *downfall, he still thoutiglt he could lihave done very little harm during his one month's official career. Uponi his connexion with the Nicholson Ministry,; heo lookdltd ivith - cosil derablo approbation, nor was he prepared to retrace his steps. With regard to hls politi. cal opinion, lie would: eoommence with nmmi. 4ration, ' an'?lie, ...

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MR. O'GRADY AT HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 July 1861

MR. O'GRADY AT IIAWTIIOI '. On' Monday evening, ut the Governor Hothamn, the Municipal Councilloir and seve-' ral of the.nmost influential residents were pre 'sent. H. S: WALsa, L?q., J.P., in the chair. nMr. O'G-AnD delivered a lengthy address, in the course of which he expressed his views. with regard, to the Iand: qiiestiopi, judicial pro ceduro, reforn of the Legislative Coui?eil, and other subjects Which were not""dwel ipon in his speech at Irwin's Hotel ol Satui;day. An amended LaAd Act, he observed, should have his ,warmest support.. The land question had been a bugbear for a long time. lRecently they were under tli delusion that the ques tion had been settled, but no one was satisfied withli the lai as it stood. During the pas. srge of the Land Act, there was a great out cry against free selection and deferred pay ments, but it appeared by the late' action 'of the Executive that they could so twist the act'as to niake it neian whatever they pleased. Hie considered that the p...

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MR. L. L. SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 July 1861

!hl. L. . . H.' Mr. T, L. Smith, one of our former represonta Ives, 'alli now a sisndlidate for re-election, addressed mnrttIng o l 1 o:. at Conlrn's Oovernoir Ilotllnam Intel, TLawtilorn, on1 Satirday eveninlg last. Mr. GCUnsT, the chIdrmin, in 'a short address, in r'oduced the dcnllidate. AMr. L. L. Su?ir?, on ri.ilug, said he would not'go Into his past career on the present o easion, as threo da?e hlfiuore ho bad dulio so is their representative, siot Is a candidate, on which occasion they hald sig "llScet?l>y, i u overtticlhitiiig inajoritX that the{y ap. proved f hia past ondlnui,. Yo woul.sidvb only give them some ac!ount of the last.part of the ses sion. lhey, a's inhlbitants of the British Isles, must have felt.s loathinlg anld disgust at tlloprm cedinoss of the Opposition on that ocoa ion. IIe iohld not mention any naImes, as h? wor'd carefully avoidl placing himnslf in an invidiousi position by doing so. Comling forward. ais ho dlid, as the first lhlnisteriil candidate,...

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TOLLS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 July 1861

TOLLS. A meeting was held at Conran>'s Gpvcrnor Ilothinut Hotel, on Saturiday evening last, to take into consideration the proposed increase of tolls on the carious roads, throughout i the ohlony. MIr. . L., u. Suril, I.L.A,, in the hliiiir. IThe O r?nMRAu ,' in o0eninbg '.oh lproccod .ligs-, aaid he should be very brief.: n he had another meetiig to hold after this. The object ,of. tlhe precson.t ineeting was. 1p, ion sidlcr the proposed tariff lately published in the Government Ga:ctlo, fronm which it np peared that a 1-horso dray uwould have to pay a toll of 1s. 3d., while a gentloman's 1 1orso conveyance would only be taxed (3d. j ih attention had beea drawn to the matter by several of the coiistitucncy. Action had ,icon taken by DMr. Crowo at Prahlrau and (Gardinor, and that gentloman had induced uhim to convene the present meting. For ýºis own part, he was' desirous that tolls should be abolished altogether, and each district support its own roads. If' it were impracticable...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 July 1861

IL.\VWTHOiLN MUNICI PAL COUS J1.L. We?DxSDAY, JULY 17. Proesoeut-Councillors M'lDougall, 1Bragge, Coiura, and Luiily. In the ab.ence of the Chairinnm , Councillor Bragggeowas voted to the ch:ir. Miinutes of previous meeting" read and conlirmcd. CORRESPONDENCE. To the Postuiaster-General, acknowledg ing with thanks the receipt of letters inform ing tile Council that the two-penny post had been extended to Hawthorn, and reminding him of their request for two daily mails. A circular from the Municipal Conference, the consideration of which was postponed till next week. From the Public Works oflice, forwarding certain inquiries respecting public reserves and gardens. From J. Steavenson, Esq., requesting that a represnutative fiom the Council be ap pointed to meet other representatives from Kew, iRichinond, Boroondara, , and Numin wading to make arrangements as to the dis tribution of the Hawthorn Toll :Flud, and forwarding a tracing of the main roads lead ing to Hawthorn Bridge. l]solve...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 July 1861

KENW IUNICIPAL COUINCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 10. Presnt-Gt Vlharton, h Esq., Ohainman; Councillors. aitlfey, Derrick,. Fox, Carson, and Cranwoll. The minutes of the provionis meeting wero read and confirmed. CORRESBPON)ENOI). To the Secretary of tho Trustoes of the Boroondatr Genoeral Cemetery, informing him that the practice of other municipalities as to rating of cemteries would bo followed by this Cotuncil. 'To [Mr. G(riy, the police constable stationed at Kew, oftlriug him tho ;o llce of1 Inspector of Nuisances to the mtunicipality, at a salary of £10 per annum. Fronm the Secretary of thoe Ocuelrl Post Olico, acknowledging thq receipt of a letter from the Clhirtnul. Th'i Chairman stated that he had made inquiries respecting the cost of a daily delivery over the munticipality, aid ag grtziped that it could be dno. for £50 or' £0 per inuuin.' Tlhii he had"conuniiui cated to the post office autlihorities. anid the letter now bef'org the Council ivar the formnil acknowledgdieiltt of' thia...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, JULY 19th, 1861. REPRESENTATION OF SOUTH BOURKE. MR. O'GRADY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 July 1861

PFIfDAY, JULY 19th, 1861. JI EP?tESENTATION OF SOUTHI. . BOU1{KB. 1lt. O'GRA.DY. Mr. O'G rady held his first meeting at Ir "vin's Hotel, 13lallyshanassy-road, on Satur clay eveninu. There was a large attendiance. \V'im. Blanulsby, Esq., Chairmanl of the Beo roondara Rload Board, presided, and intro duced the candidatpp with expressions of the utmost confidence io him. Mr. O'Gnutn said that he could not but feel flattered at the manner in which he had been introduced to them that evening by the chairman, wh6, like himself, had for two or three years. devoted his time to promoting the interests of the people of Boroondara. He bhld been honoured with a reqtisition signed by 800 electors, asking him to come f,orward itas a candidate, and it was with no light ideas of the high responsibilities at tached to'tho office of a representative, that he had consented to do so. -He had up to the present time never taken any part in po litical matters, aud.he might not be supposed t) be acquainted...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 July 1861

J. BRIGHTWELL', F UIitNIS.IFING , ]ULILEEN IttADl, KlEW, (NeAar the 1roonlri (Gcncral Cemetefry.) 'puerals Furnished on the mlst reasonable terms, and at the shortest notice, bUlJNINGT COACIIES AND IEARSES SUPPLIED. I, D. THOMPSON, GENERAL OUTFITTER, UPPER IAWTHORN, EAR TH?E OVERNOR MIOTIIAI HOTEL. ent to the Tictloria Insurancet Company.-. SLATTERIE & Co,, 1INTEIRS, B00KSELLERS, AND STATIONERS, 'STANDARD" OFFICE, HAWTHORN, aVear Fleltcir'a IHotel. JAVIMES H. KAY, INTER, PLUBLER, AND GENERAL LDECORATOR, e.rt the ' Fost Ofice, Beto, AVING- m lanaged various Work at SBucllnghni Palacel, Earl of "e sansflold's, aud 5ier Pubilelluildings and Residences in London h'ltl hnehestir, feels confident, thlt for quality or .apinss l clie defy competition. LR, COLOUIS, GLASS, PA1'TlIS, SIIEET LEAD, ETC., AT TOWN PRICES. J. B. BELLETT, IIAY AND CORN DEALER, 1'EOPLQUS STOUP,, MAIN ROAD, HAW THORN. ay, (ibfiF, Oits, Bra,n ize, &cMie, ., at Melbourne Prices for Rendy Cash. CNArVY CUT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 19 July 1861

TO MICHAEL O'GRADY, ESQ., J.,, !AWTHORN As a cGenral Election will impose on the Electuov opf Souftl Be?!rkeo ith duty of choosing two IRepresontativehi in a noly Parliquic4L, ye nro anxious:to induceo you to umndrtako the o tlico f onu o.f thern. Your proved capacity. in tie ilaunalgienmc u of' puiilic buisiqess, qnd your unquestioncc integrity of charactepr are the grounds of our selection; iqild tie eflectivo B ci.spries whlic ygu have performed to a portion of the ]District as Chairman of tie Bolooopnd:ur. i pa.dl Boiajd, d subsequontly as Chair mnan of the ll?awhpori Municipal Council, giecs 11 an pssunpeno of the advantageg which ypu will ho able tpo oi'eet lior tio enti?e District, aid the ontiro Colony, as an anbe and oepcrienced man orf .but~i'css. IW. Ilankshby, Chairman, anid the Mcnsmbrs of the Boroondara Road Board W. Murray Ross, .1'., 1', 1'Grath, Chairman o( the Cakleigh and Mul gravoeRoad Board W\n. Wood, Christchurch ' Parsonage, h]awthorn' Sidney Ricanrdo, J,P. C....

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 July 1861

7'o the Edqiorof di d Slohdulrd. Sin,-'AsI fnrid the adeci,,ol dr8~l d at by ,thu niiidltritcba "dif Tl'tiesday 'st at theu lfawthorn PI'llcc-dcirt II' fni luggheavily tih unfortun to wood cart'rh "nd others" for "not carriiing, lights after, silasot, adiording to the recent bye-law made by nor municipal council, and tlhat the chairmun.ofIthe muinicipality is llkely to lutlbr, through it: In his present appeal to the constltuency, of Soutth oulrko,. I think It but right' to Inform them that, so far as Mr., O'Grady was concernced, he was always opposed to the passlng of such ' hbyc-law (as you, Sir, are. awaro), and that heo must not he held. esponsiblu for what ho did not do aInd any electorwhol wsou d withhold Ihl osupport fromin lhn on that ground will bdolnghlilm an act. of great Injustlce. I ann, MIr. Edltor, 'Ox wiabo Knows. P.S.-I hiclocs my card. vo t u dnit hlo e aboyo saltemncut. -Em).

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 July 1861

0t110N CO crlo u1v6NIrNomý [IIetter inlenlcdS for inverlinn in the Sou'ruI Uontitri STANDAIID mut.t h Iini id/t rnwtled /mhil/ae nanw and ad-. dreasi lhei ,milcr, mmoi neeeam(iI./'br nIicmsittn, bar ON a *q nr,,n tea at gand fi h:'4. mliia .) nr, ii not re spun idlu finr tin opi hman qjlrv CirrSanpsadeneJ

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 23. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman; Dr. Tierney, J.P. ; and W. H. Archer, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 July 1861

HIAWTIION PO lICE ,CO URT. 'Tuosnx. Y, .T'ui, 23 [Beft'or P. O' Briku, l.iq., .T.P.T P hi h'iiran; Dr. Tieirny, "J.1. ; and W" II Archer, :Esq., J.P. :: ' 'L./ P'"E"loug* ;.? b!:T9atherall.--Damisghig procirty by iqjurhig: i carriage. T:)inagcs awarded ;£?2· 10., with 2s id. costs. [lA'fter this cLaLoWWis disposed of, the lE]on. T.'I old\i~r took hisi scat on the 1Benclnh:]. OFFIENCES UNOVII V 'dUTiUNI0PATL :Ii'tiTY., M•ichael Flsaht, Janmes Toole, Albirt Weston. Jaines :M'Olinton Jam?nes' P?yter, ,Taines -Liawlcs., T~homas .Kieplper, Edwad Cole, Willijimn Orr George .Ilhrriison, aind Tohn Garahty were chnrged byJ. onstable Wvriht? with havlinoigno light on their drays, and in eiil'oh ?e a fine of 58s. wzas iifplosed, with 4. Os. i(hiL, ?o?., lWillianLm rck'' wvis lcharged by Constable Gray, Inspector of Nuisancu to the M[unici pality of KCe, wilth causilig i nuisanio by cnrrying oll thi·ingh the stireets of JKqw. Fine~d 2s. Od. md ai .d. ( costs.. ... Ilobci't. WYilson, was chargod...

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NEW ZEALAND. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 July 1861

S e. rI S urr, SAruhn i. The Prince.-Alfred. brings news to. 1th-,'froml Nelson. TThe latestflntelligenc from Ihe:North stitbes that no .clhnecoinow remains of nvoiling. ai fresh appeal to arms for :tte'sottlen'in of the native'dif forences,.i A.,deputation of the 1Wellington membnhers had walted: on' thol.GoG ernor, to obtaln..-argo reiili foreelnents of,troop,; lie informed them that Conl Inodoro Saymour :hlid dIsltnctly told: hhn that no vessel of war under his coin: asid should ever agaisn he itationed at' Wellington t and reand a'letter ftoml General Camnerosn, inl which lto stated thatt, in ase of a go orl,war, great loss woutld inoritahly fall on out-settlers, as: t':would be imnpos3siblotfor.lhln.(th(e general), to prevent the destruction of property. Tswenty thonsand soldiers could not protect nil the outset lers, who ought to protect themselves; as th y were well aIlo to do, Wealth alln property were scattered broadcast over New Zea;lad, and 'war must be attended witll gre...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 26 July 1861

..... .OTES ANDT) NEWS. Last Monday even oii Mr. S. Lloyd's sons was walking with the volunteers along tho main llawthorn-road, when another boy 1,ushed:lhiua agailnst la pass.ig car. ? Thl child fell down and theo whoel, of theo ar passed over his legs, and narrowly escaiped his head.".. IIo was taken home and I)r. Braggo was called in, .who examined the child. and founid' tllht no boiies werie broken, though lihe had'rccei'ed 'serious bruises. He is now slowly. iecoveiii~l'.. No blanie is attri' butable to the;divyer of thh car. , At the request of-several of the residents in' 'ITlthorn;"Mr'Irs. Charlee Fi mislhawe Eve reste (late Miss Marryat) has consented to postpone herc: lecture till Friday. qi'ening, August 9. Mr. Fitzgibbon will meet the electors to morrow evening, at the Governor IHothamn Hotel. Mr. O'Grady will address thocelectors this evening at the Great Eastern Hl]otl, Camiber well, and to-morrow evening 'ntl the lid Lion HIotel, HLIawthorn. SunDeN D'hr.iI-A man, naml...

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