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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861

'fio hte Ediio, of the Standard. Str,--Now that the nominations for the representation of South Bourke have passed away, and we see the elections looming nelarer and nearer, it bohoves every elector, whatever his status in society maty be, to fearlessly express his opiunons upon the can didates for our sutlrnages ; and "ilthmoigh my opinions coincide not with your own, 1 be. litvo that you, frium the common ' courtesy which is due from man to map, will insert the t'ollowing, .In your ,hu:t ntlber you stated that your reatders were pretty well atquntinmted with our ,late representative .)r. L... l. Smith'; but ul'tterwards ui.ainutted ho had turned protee. tionist., as an .election cry. By the same rule, sir, you might itlso stato Sir Robert 'c'cl t'urned fi'om Protection to F''ree-trade merely as an election cry also, but iuny isound politician wouhi judge othewiso. Jn thet, Ia Ii., ,atith is pledged to support theoMi.istry, and what hlia.got the Ministry ,in such ,disrepute wivth i...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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BOX HILL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861

B1OX 11114 1O"'I OFFICEI, The Mail nrrlvcs from NoelbournG, &c., nii TlIoe 4tys,, 'I'burldaye And Salurd ya, at a.m. Cloaes At Box Ii a Mln s.dpye, W 'ediwatinys, nid-kriidays " + ' 8 I Iuna I, Postmatntr.. :?·.~f'i-'< r·. 1I

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Lettersinfudul for iiiscrlion iu 4h SoUnT 11oivnci SrnuAtI3T~mus he~n aucthet~nticattd bi'th lIbe aUI!nud ad drress of thw u'ritcr, ioi t rrectrrilgti fur Iilicalion,. but a+o a ouoruntere of good *fhith. 1 Editor is not ro ,yunurb/e/hr the opinions of his Correspondents.]

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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BRUSHY CREEK POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861

"3Itiu 1f'ý CREEK VOBTP OFFICE. '1hc liell'nrrives frbrn hNcl;aourne &c., on II 4uya, 'riikiirP', WflI su I(Clr(J'y;, qt I. llm. :Closes p'r Mcl!hourne (on Moiidays, wVednesdlys, ani Fri-' 8iuys i4'9.9It) ' fl , l). , - - ý: ,: ,, J, ·: i { Ill~trlua, Postmlaster.

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 30. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861

KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. T?:so?tv, JULY' 30. Present -G' Wharton, ; E:iq., (,Chairmlan; Councillors IHalfoy; Lew is, DyBrriick' iad ?, Fox. The initutes'of 'the previous meeoting were read fand 'onlithhlo. -' ; OpRlRSPlONiENOE. . To Dr. Fox, frorwaiding iesolution of the Comicil, reqiuestiug himn to accesit .the. np. pointment of Health Officer to the Munici pal Council. To the Comninissioner' of RIoaids' aid Bridges, infortiiutg' him, that the Chairman of the Munilipal Council had been appointed as their representative in the Conference. respecting distribution of the HasWthorn: Toll. Fund. To Mfesers. Orihnwood and Oarter, inforin ing them of the acceptance of their tende? for certain works in thle di?trict. From the Police Department,.objecting to the appointmenlt of Constable Gray to the olIice of. Inspector odf Nuisiiices. : On the. motion of Couuncilloh,Lewis, 'sh . conded by' Coiincillor D6ri'ick, the Chairman was requested to wait on Captain Stanidish, and represent the' matte...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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WARRANDYTE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861

\wAtRIANDYTE. l O6l'T.OFFIC. Te Moil arrivoes from 'Melbourno .on Tuesdnys; !Ifiirooys, iund -c-atordays., at.., noon. Closes for itelbourw oio Mondnys, Wednesdays, `n id Fridays At 9.30iam tn. " *F. UOWJ TT, Postnmyuter,.

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 31. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861

HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNOIL WEaDNESDAY, JULY I1. Present-Councillors M'Dflougall, dounran, L·analy, HIill, Oampbqli, anl Bragge ,In the absence of the chalinman, Council lor MfDougall was voted to the chair. :Midnites of previous meeting road and confirniied.. CORRESPONDENCE.. To L. Terry, Esq.': architect, stating. that Mr. Turnir's tender had been accepted by the council. . To the Town-clerk of Sandridge, in refe rence to the step's taken by the council in carrying out the wish of the. President of the Commission of the Victorian.Exhibition. . To M. Miller, Esq., Honorary Secretrry of the Municipal Confireuco, in reply tO,letter1 of thl' 9tlih inst. To C. Hlodgkinson,,Esq., Commnissioner of Lands and Survey, relative -to the refunding of the amount paid by Mr: Thoapsqn for a .pump on the Yarra. To the lion. J.: Macadam,. Honorary Se cretary of the Victorian hBxhibition,tatating that the Council '.will be happy to furnish the ipartinulars required by. the'. President of the Commissi...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861

MIr~TI$C~s QJUPUBICO 33ODIIES.~ IIPI.o n i n)AILA . 1I M raIr cT O A U B) O A RD m eets al ternatc Satunrday3 at thl 0111cc, Ifalv thorn, at 8 delnok1 p.m.:, i· IlAwTIon Mtu (IU'c AI. :COUNcIL. meets every W cdneiday Lcyeung, at Ith e Council , Chambers at 7 o'clock.; JCcw;NIuNIcirAU Conacia. rneeto Cvcry Tuesday evculing at the Kew. Atlmuecine , at half qPvt 7 p.m.

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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MR. M'CLURE AT NUNAWADING. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861

SR `.M'OLURlE AA1 NUNAWADlNG. [con6tj.y WATlDe] A meeting of thlie electors took placooon' Wednesday. July '24tih, tle puirpodse' of hearitingMr, M'Clure expiatin hie poli tical prirniplcali At ftst. ppointed timei Mr; M 0si dstoqttld thiat lideshuld iinot address tliein ias hie did notl come tthewt twirbo quistloned in n uilesls mainer, as he had bti'n'biy a'person present at Mr,:Delajsgy s. I' e hlaid circulated his address aid he thought that was sufihelbsut. lie should de cline to saddruesl thei. o aqcouintof parties present eo iiitg, to pu.tt !luestions to l iii. Mr. WV. Elling vri'th (the party referred to??'y MIr. ;M'lue) would ask liisii if ihe had put ary qiiuestion to' bhim, thd bther ecstuting that, wss.not bearing on' some leading poli tledl qhestion of the diy ? M.r.; *M'C?Lua admitted that he libid" not. Mr. ..Yeo. mans asked Mr. Mt'Cs.usI itfaftr calling" the meeting, and causing many of the'eleitors-tdcdome two and three miles, hte really Int?ilded to serve thenit in...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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HAWTHORN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861

H 1.3VTHPJ$1i 1'O. T OFPIQE, 'im, Ifnll:iiprivuifronn hlkebnurnn &,c;, at 9.4'0 * p.., doily. .kw at I& wthotnrutf Mezbourne; &c.; Art 6.1:+ p~m. IIeahivJj -boxes 'nt. ,Mr. Kirwood's, Kew li'al, IiCwt1orn ;and at Mr. MnrtOn'f, Main Ro1 Vpr llawtfl6yzi (I. DIcuanoii Postmaiter.

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HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861

1 iART WJELI; 'O4'W oFICe. 'lio Mlail arua 'fruom Mlcchourne, .lc., on Mo n 4ayo, Vct1Vnesduys, and Fridays aHt I I a., Closes ,it llartwoll for Melbourne, &a., on Tueeodoys ',Uhursedayx, nrd Saturdays, at 1 9 a mIn. It,. Ilunu~i><, Z'ost Hadar,

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KEW POST OFFICE, [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861

-· rEw -Iosr OFFICE, The .ll arrives from M1ctbourne, &c., at 10 fl.Wj 1? Uy, CLoses for Melbmourhe at 1 p.m. V. If. KCaKLr.ErT, orrPstrddtcr.

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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MR. L. L. SMITH AT NUNAWADING. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861

lMR. L. L. SMITH AT NUNAWADING., (CO MM U.NI CATEID,] iMr. Smitl met the electors on Friday, July 19th, alt elaeyv's loyal Ilo el. At the sanle time a meeting had beet callued by 5,om parties in the open air in front o(f the suno hiotel, inviting all clnliidntes to attllnd, in consequence of which thie largest lln btr of iprsoln attended that ever lmet togethicr at onte time in the parisht, very few of the residentslt 'laing ablInIt. After waiting som tll tm, and no otliher candidate tnulaking his aplpearante, ir Smith adjourned his mleetinlg atnd meILt the electors i the open alir. IMr. W. Cllsur, Chairman of tile Ituoad lBoard, in the chair. Mr.'( CLllr stated, in oponing the meeting, that lie should have liked to have seen all the candlilates' present. As it was,; hu Ioped tlhey ,:W'ildl give the onefthAt hlq collie a ftir;aiil: inipatrill hearing, as, he was sure they would hive tdbile h d all been ,pre sent. .le inirqiuced the'elndidulte, .r. L. .Smlthl , iheir late relresentit...

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MR. M[?]LURE AT KEW. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861

,MII It ( 14 iRl ATItW. K '' . . . ::IMonday evening, 'large? l number of theilectors of Souith' ourke asseibled in. .the Athenitmun Kew, t' helar the 'political aeiinmenlts of gMr. M'Citinal. George Whartou, Esq., Chairliain of flib .hiiiicipal Council, presided. After the addresA,'seve ral`qiuestions were pitt to tho'e candidate, in reply to wlich he stated that he should have ne, great objection to enlarge the Upper House. With regard to tolls, he should be iu favour of their reduction, as he was under the".impression that they had been very ol. preeiaive to the working classes.' The inten tion of the Governelnlet was to raise the: tolls, but so far front sanctioning that pro: ceeding, he should be in favoir. of reducing theini 75 per cent. (Iear, hear.) HIe was not prepared to abolish tolls altogtlethe, as he held that those who used the roads should pay for their repair. lie should be prepared to take up the matter and bring it beforo the,., Legislature at the earliest. possibl...

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THE NOMINATION. SOUTH BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861

THE NlOMINAT N. S. BOUT I BOU,RKE. ' I The nomniatihon f candidates for the ropre sentittion 'f bouth Boitreto'' thio Ldgislative Assembly .tok place, at the 'Governor Hotham n.Iotl, IHawthorn,; on Mfonday, at noon. "About 2,50 persons weie present. Mr. R. Kept presided as returning officer. The RrETnuLsNo OrraonI having read the :writ authorising,him to proceed. with the election, called upon the proposers and seconders of candidates to cdme forward.' Mr. LLN?LY proposed Mr. Michael O'Grady, as a fit and proper person to' serve in the Legislative: Asembly. Mr. M' DouaAL seconded the motion. Mr. FAinriuproposed Mr. HIibbert Newton, (Groans; and cries of" A deserter.") Mr. LAwas, amid similar marks of disap. probation,reconded the motion. " Dr. Wits sr roposed' the nomination of Mr. E:RiG ]itzgibbon. (Crie of "'Oh I he's a tool of th.p Melbourne 'Council).'') H dis. thnely,:denied any suech imnputatiom 'as that just made ... " ifMr. htrono' seconded the motioin: }fr.. KitNG proposed ...

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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861

coRONlER'S INQUEST. Dr. Candler held an inquest at Fletcher's Hotel on Friday last, on the body of Ernest 'Voolff, a German, about 85 years of age, who died sudd~fidy at the above hotel on the previous day.. The. jury having viewed the body, John. lHunt, a groom employed by Mr. Clinton, deposed that the deceased caine to the hotel 'on Wednesday evening, the 24th July, and asked to be allowed to sleep in the stable. With AMr. Cliutan's per'tis sion, witness made him up a bed ointhe straw in the stable, Deceased had plenty of Sblankets with hinl, ,and after he had drank a pint of beer he went to: bed. About twelve o'clock witness went into the stable, pnd then deceased was asleep:. Went into the stable, again at half-past six in the morning, and deceased asked him to help him up. Witness helped him. t Ihis feet, but he was unable to stand. -Deceased then asked him to go for: a constable,: as he wished to. be wishedfio be takento the hospital. - Witness tqld Mr. Clinton, who sent for C...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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MR. FITZGIBBON AT HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861

MR. FITZGIIBIION AT HAWTHORN. On Saturday evening last Mr. Fitzgibbon addressed a meeting of the electors at the Governor Hotham - Hotel. Mr. Thomas Johnson presided, and introduced the candi, date. Mr. FITZOnInoN said he had much plea? sure in placing his political opiuions before them; but, prior to his doing so, he wished. to make a few remarks on matters anlmost purely personal.` Some people objected to him because he was the T'own Clerk of Mlel. bourne, and therefore would not occupy ao independent position. He had duly weiglhe that question before he accepted the requi'e tion presented to him ; and he could tell them he was as free to express his opinions on politi' cal subjects as any one. It was the right of the electors of South Blourko to have a re. presentative who was perfectly free, and i was his duty to'tell thenvthat he was in that position. As the Town.clerk of Melbournle oe had certain duties to perform in that oill'oe, and lie could perform them, in additio to the ...

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REPRESENTATION OF SOUTH BOURKE. MR. O'GRADY AT CAMBERWELL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861

RtEPRESENTATION OF 8OUTIT BOURKSE. ARL O'GRADY Al' CAMBERWELL. On Friday evening last. Mr. O'Grady met a large number of the electors at the Great Eastern Hotel, Camberwell; Mr. M. Chainm bers presided. Mr. O'Grady was listened to throughout his addrcess with marked atten tion, and after a little catchising by Messrs. Judge and Eastoff, 'a resolution declaring him a fit and proper person to represent South Bourke in the Legislative Assembly was proposed by Mr: Dillon, seconded by Mr. Corran, and carried unanimously.

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SOUTH BOURKE ELECTION. The HAWTHORN COMMITTEE would urge upon the Electors desirous of securing the Return of MR. O'GRADY, [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861

SOUQ I JBOU tRKE] S ,: , .,' ELECTION. Th'e 'iv tAi uit'. 'Co?t.?ITTI:e would 1)rgeo upon the Elbt6ors desirous of secuinlg thb: Returne of T'he "neessityfur an early and cprta!i a*tteidabco lt the' Polling P1lace, Each Locality of tihe. several Divisions of'tlhe: Eloctoral District appears to have its own favorite Carididate t and unless a strong and combined effort be niuuje, this Distrlct-_the. most nunuerouls in ]'opulatlon and ! important in iposition--will co'i tinuo to suflbr from the absence of that' attention ind influence which is necess ry to secure im privement and prolote. its wellhre. The Conimittee, relying on the esteem in whlith IMr. O'l?lmiV is held, o) the favotur withi which he has been received in all parts of the County, pod being natisiletlthat he will faithfully and ear nestly represent Bouth Bourko in Parliament- feel confident ofoucecss, if the,Electors favourable to his Return itn the vorious 1)?itricts register one pf thoelrVotes in his favour. ' Ceitral,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861

FOYt SALLE, albout .3 cidres LAND, at the Saldink of Cmnberwtell ,Inn ; close, fenced and citivated 'Appl oidf co of this paper. ,< A GOQD Oi AT FOJ. SAL ' ;,withi a ~t' young Kid. Apply rT, Serpall, Mnarii Rond,; Halwthorn. . . ,AY KflW ], 0C O., TIV. ESTAB?L I S?. '1 ENI' . ON SALE--.u I L -Plast r of Parls. Lamiipblack:. Kerosiene Laimps, :Ol,"add Glasses.; .:-Whiting., Glue. Glasse'Pap.rihnglngs. Whitelead. OIls. Lamp Oil. VariilfoN. : rushes. , Sheet Lead, &c.,. & c. l," :IL iT TOWN .PRIOz.I. B; GRAZING PADDOCKS: rllE undersignod .will takoltok into lisa .j?Paddocks nt thefollovlnig ratest :- Ca " ttloe ;.': .' . per Quarter. Ihlorsc s ;.. 1'.. .. I,' EiFrjrifra willf lbitak6n' ivltlioit responsibility.. ithek' will be tairti' from"?Mr. 'McOaw.'iYnierd,. dIlourke-street fr; Mronionb's, Olareolnastlo, Steplen .tri??t i Mr.Q, t rrhli yhy;'"Alblon: Ioitcl;:-ntlhwind. r6,I l Ii', Mr ,O'Sl~issyi's'? S Hotel-w j Jaid the litrpot ?i]Erins Utlleeiiroad; e~edr...

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