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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861
NOTES AND NEWS, To.uight the electors of Sotithi Bourke resident at Kew, intend holding a meetiig at the -Athonmuin, to decide. upon what.candi, dates; thley;'will support. heo .candidates themselves are iitvited.'/ The. meeting will commence at half-past sevenr o'clock. Mr. O'Grady , met, tihe electors at "the Thorncombe. ,ot'ol, Norwood, on :Monday evening. .Mr. W. Blaiikaby, Chliiriiman of the' Bor'ooidara Road Board, -presided. There was a large attendance of the electdos; and at the caonlusion of Mr, O'Grady's address a unanimous vote wasi accorded in his favour..... ... .On* the ,stane evening rIr. (i Grady tad-' dressed another meeting at the Royal Hotel, Nuunaading.?, ?r v.John.: Silas Yeining oc cupied ithe chair. .M-Ir. 'Villiafii 'Yoirians proposed,,, and Ml' 1f1.; lliigwdorh secpded, a resolution ,i. favour of4 rt',, 'ria0G y a;:r turh.. The mectiw vias ntiust ad notwithsltandin eflortasit division. Ynade by cannvassers for other candidates, the feeling i.as' alnibat una...
To the Editor of the South Bourke Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861
. 'To the Editor. of the South BlourdkeStntdard .... ;St;,-In readiug your leading article of latFriday I find you are ?very a'nxious to say a good word for Mr. MýClure., ecll, 1 do not blamen ont on tlih ac Sun'; but:I want io impress luponl the minds of the elector9.of lHawthorn and;Kecvin particul?riltat, so fi .nas MAr. M'Clure is concerned, he is but the noml: nee':of,the squittoiratey off he i'olony i and' it- is irtty'geiinerallyidraiitted thitt:both Messrs. 'D'Clure and Fitzgibboi naroe put up ,by? the Constitutional Associatlon, in' order to foist them upon this con .tituency. I trust:that theoelectors at theojiolling booth will sihow :they are isot to boe bmboozled by an' such humbug 'Men comp. r.ttWvly unknown to' bo thrust'upon us is really'too bad ; and it will be thoiduty.:of: the electors on Tuesday to show" that they. dp ptot intend .to be handed over to:thi ten der.mercies of a few squatters or their oinminecs. " Tliey , H'ha l had the colony too long. in tlielr.own...
The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2nd, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861
JItYIDi",' AUITGUS'T 21n1; 1861.L TI'r tortninatiolt of the fir t quairter of our j.qrnl dafl'ordsus an opportunity of taking a riovlo 'of our. lhtirtis, an ohroniLlors of the w~vo!ly, .doings in our locality. In ouir poluilp) i waha y.pyg.losly idllorod to the 4Iih! oiple oitl which, we started, l)pd trust that we. have not on. iny occasiot exposed our ?elves.to the chlugo of iliuonsistency. 'We have give)l the Y'rec uIe o0"or1' spano to cor respondetl;s of evi'ry..hluleU o0f opinion, with, out, however, idlentitiug o;u'selvos w.ith t;hcut, pr commentilng upon "thlom, p.yopt ppon islliJ ~qeippons?.tas we depreed neocessary to sepnrnt o rselves .' frmthe sUspiion , of jppro.!itulting to therm; .elftgovernaient, supported by ddidmitinu, it lrts been our eon iiutht endeavour (. pri'noote; andi wo tuhank ,ar con'rrepondeliuis 'v }ht eiltl in;d Jihber.lity wit h which they h~ave isconded ouir oxertioi by (hbh.ir .e!nltrihtt!tin,, . We l'yoe FonatantlvY av'ided and dis couraged all perso...
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 30. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman; and the Hon. T. H. Power. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861
HA3VTl Oit ,POLICE COURT. TUEsDAAx, `JULY 30. [Before P. O'Bri ;: Esq.; J.P.,.Chairman;,. and the lIon. T, HI Power;... ' Patrick .AL'Gratl was charged, by Con stable Gordon with having no: light o"n.his dray. !Defendant did not appear. Fined 5s., and` 4s. ad, costs. WV. B. Noel :was summoned for allowlni two goaty (to w?.nder. Mr. Edwards, who , appeared for defendant, admitted the oflcnco, and .thrb P;himself on the mercy of .thb Courf. Fined 5G., and 4s. Od. cdh.ts,. .ticdrird Vioian. was summoned for having no light on hiiidray. Fined 5H., and 4s "d.' costs, .Esau Keys,.for allowing a goat to wand'er' was flned 5s., and 4s. Gd. costs, - v. JiouIton.-Postpo.ed for 14 days. Th'homan* iy w .oharged by Constable' Grriy with allowi ' a horse to be without proper control. l'inod fGs,, and 4s. Od. costs. O' Slannesy v. ,~a'vage.-Assault.--.Savago " partly " admittedl the assault,' but pleaded great provocation. 'Plaintiff deposed that he was.at .work. filling metal from tire reserve, a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861
, : BRIGHTWELL, lFUItNISIHING terar the Brorndara (eCnral Ctnckery.) "I Yurnshied on the mlost reasonable termns, and at the shortest notice. o COACHl)t? ANDI) IIEARSE4 HUI,,IU D. I. D. PfHOMPSON, GE NERAL OTUTFITT1ER, ,en UPPIER HAWTHOR1N, t4- 14 T? .ou'ItoIL HIoTIIAM HOTEL. 'is AeIt Io Ihe 1i7coria Insauranece Co'mpany. SLATTERIE & Co., PRII NTEI R, 1BOOKELLTERS, AND STATIONERS, S"STANDARD" OFFICE, .HAWTHORN, Near Fletcher's Hotel. . SlJAMES H. KAY, PAIr TEfR, PLUMBER, AND GENERAL S)ECORIATOR, N ext thc' Post Ofice, .elv,:,.. 'AVING managed various 'Work ait ?i huckinllghasm 'nalace,'Yrl of V aistlold's, and Soht't, Public lBuildilngs andl lResidences in L.ondon and -hallitleer, feels eontident that for quality or Vl) i'iess lhe can detf competition. i. ol (0.or1 U ,ttf 01.KAs. PAEs, 5t-I, T .1AD, , ETC., AT TOW)i rII()Es. i . B. BELLETT, AY AND) CORN D EA'I:B ltR PEIopL a STORE, MANtlROAd ..:' HAWTHORN., 0 . Chal', Oats, Blran, tlnizc, d&e, at ;3lbourne' P rices f...
LOCAL COMMITTEE MEETINGS FOR MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1861 [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 2 August 1861
LOCAL COMMITTEE MEETINGS FOR MONDAY;, &nbsp; AUGUST 5, 1861 Nitnwnwullng Coinm itlco at Dealnoy'a Royal Hotel, at 7 o'lock, p.m: Kew Committee, at Reed's Prospect Hill Hotel, at the same time. hawthorn Committco .at ..Connell's - Hawytr pi Mtotel, at sa111 thime.' Camberwell Committee lit Slcci's Groat Eastern Hltel, and Eustaway's Cjilnberwvll Inn, at same ioroolllri Comlmlittce lt Irivin's Hotel, Bally shllagssy" ba1, and IRigct's Thurneombo HIotel, at cameu time,, the Central Comnitteo moot, every oyevtIng at L'mhrlul's GoveLrllor llotSll Hotel.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 August 1861
MISS SWAN, .D BZs AK . R, Opposite. Judge Molesworth's, ' UPPER HAIWTLORN, Late of Mesdaines Tippet and Olifton, Russel. street, Melbourne, and Forewomian to. the r sueces'sor - . DBEGS to arinoiine?d to the Ladies of H-aw. j thorn and vicinities that she has commenced business at the above address.; and, in !soliciting a portion 'of, their patronage, pledges. herself to a strict attention to all orders with which shen may be favoured, aid econdmical charges. Miss S. also begs to state 'that' she has made arrangements to have forwarded all new fashions as soon as published, and politely invites as in spection; , A NEW AND ORIGINAL ILLU'STRATED WORK', R TITLED SUGGESTIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS IN ART, Will be ready for publication in September, 1861, A manuscript copy of this Work will be forwarded to the International Indust-lal Art Exhibition of 1862, for depositing with the Society of Arts in Eng. land, as arranged by the Royal Commissioners of 1851. The possessor of this Work will sec...
TAKE CARE OF THE PENCE—THE POUNDS WILL TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 August 1861
TAKE CAIRE OF 'il PEN( TILEh POUNDS WILLL TAKE CAltR' OF Tli4 MSELVES. lb the Editor of the oSlandat'd. g'u,--I Dinl happy to Statoe that what I iroguosticad i u journial of last week has ~;ovedaJ~ct , and that tlhd'lbebtion has ' verifled what the nomination itoieshadowod in the return of r, Dr.';L:' L. Smithi'and Mr. O'Gridy as' our' rbprosentatives in' parlia mcnt. Moreover, sir,?.e halmi also put the right inou in the .right plaed-vida.O'Orady's speech at the. declaration, of the poll. BTht, air, I have no political object in view in wVriting this (in hopes of getting it inserted in your journal), but as I perce!vp the con. tractor has commeoced operations in earnest, I'am in hopes of seeing in the course of a few weeks a courthouse erected isuitable to the requirements of the imunioicpality. During the building of the santo .I t!liik sir, you might call the attention (through your colutgis) of the gentry and enon of' illuence rdsidjets of the neighbourhood, to the neces sity of...
To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 August 1861
I. Y L .lb t1e .1dilor of the &nad. 1okigit tlw' imcprovoinwit `:.hLcud. by, thl Hlawthrn, Counoil on thti Iunwighlty hill. neunr thl chburch, one cannot but adlmire the ohnnggo eibto d, and. nil toiiilt *hitiit tha it it; fur . th lithr, in every Sousa of tiho world, 'lJtlhero seeulsn olio intalw, liow-, over, made--or at ca4 mm uvcreiglht O their partL-in not fencing in the, corner thr.t hlo cii ,:ialltted lfr the IlidaiiLpndvt denomina tioii e to rect a chiui.clh i. It i pretty well kniowvi: that tlihee are Yit few' iesiling in that "iieigholiiol ihof tohat dhixnhiiltionn, and for imanyu ?a3na at.'least '?'elicicd oof tgatherinig together a coisgregatioi Ithe' bb'ides whichi that body has .strenuously set :.their faces ig tinst goverimnont grants of land or any thing else for roligios iaurpodsesand they are not likely to, alter their mhids now. I be lievo, with but two excolitions in this colony, they have never taken :governmeit aid; and it waold'bp i great ýadvantage to...
WARRANDYTE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 August 1861
*,WARRAI'nDYT 1 OST .O1TICE T' .oa.nlil arrives frmns Melbourne " n Tucndayg,. b'l hursaheys, ifud, saturdayn, at nooit Chins for TIclbourne on .Mondays, _Wenesday;, and 1tridays ,at 9,l30 anm. F. IIaWIVTT, patm istetr
MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 August 1861
MJ'ETINGS OF JPUfLIO B3ODIES. ']jiRnOoNn.\tA ])IBTIUCT ROAD BOAIDan tS eid a ternate Saturday s, at thu 0111cc, lawthorn, at` C o'euoklc p m. Ikisrilonit NlUNICII'AI, COuNCl: imeets ovcer' \Vcdnoaduuy evculng, *at' tim Couiul. Chambers ,at 7 o'clock. 70tIow \M atelk et; Cdoxan, meetsff eCry Tuesday orcinlng at timKirbc Athiueuieuw, at half-past 7 p.nu.
BOROONDARA GENERAL CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 August 1861
3?)OlOROtNlh)Altl. (tl. l'NIRAL Theilsiiil monthly meetimi of the; trustees `of thisciic'ihdteiii was held:iti the Road Board office anthonii; oiWVednesdayi. .lst " ` ,Preseuti ,. Messrs. ,' 33altain; ' Denbigh, Johrson and Judd. . T. Bali in, Esq., in the i rir. . " The minuutes of tl6 previomusimeoting were read aid coidiilf ed; ii. C L.:co1nseosoixE. I: ~ '" To Messrs HIusley arid iarker, relative to apiplicationfofbi.: 'ectingý hea!stones at two ,To.Mi. Panner giautii him permission to ecreel;ct afnce round a pripvatgrave. : To' th' liIevV; WV1 W oodr,'.lessra..l lagg, Cooklr hin, .Clhristiani, conveying the thanks of the? trii?tes forthlieir'present of shrubs for the use.of the cemetery. :. -To G. Wharton, .Esq., :..P., Chairmn of the ' Keii,ý Municikial (Council; foriiwarding resolutioi of .the trustees irelat :v to the rating of the ceietery. : D Read. ieply, 'stating that the.practic? of othl iimunicipallties ould be followed in the matter. ,Froi i the ?M, iiicipnil G~otinci...
HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 August 1861
UAUT WELiL 1QOST OFFICIE. Ifho.ANdl nrrivosfrom 'Irl oi~ro, & ., On Mon _dny's,; \Venesdnvs,' and Fridays iat I I, a.m. Closes at lJnrcwtwll ,fr Mlclbour o, &c., on 'Tuesdays, 'hlursdays, and Saturdays, at 11 31) anmt IR. 11515Li(tY, Postmanstor.
KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 6. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 August 1861
XKEW MUNl1OPA COUl(,1L. . "' TU`1SXvA, AUoUST: O..s '. . .Present,--; ' "iWharton, ,'E1sq; ClhnirmanT CouniillorA llaltey, Lewis,' DDerrick 'di Craiwcll, ifi'iirioIn.: ' Ti'he niiluteis of the pirevious meeting were rend and confirmeed. To the Coninmimsionem of Lands and Survey, soliciting an linterview :recsplcting a town, commnon fir the 'ii?[unicimalit::' To' the toll-cdlle'itor .at ,olhn'ton-street ~ ridge, iilroiiiiingl hlidi tflniit:iwas not the intention of the Qouncil to.pass a bye-law to wrevent the driving. of ocattle through-. the luinicdiality altogether, but only at ;certain From Mlr Jilks, ornamental, penmani, oIler' ing his Fe' vies to engross ::the"statistitcs f t Municipality oii. velldi, for tlhqVictorian )pairtment of the Lonidon, Ekhibition' of J862.--Declined.a, tie;fl.i( Muliioiiiility 'whs ,only formed in December, 1860, and there fore the Council could iot'fuinishl statistics for that ycar. ' " ]Froum the Crowýsi a.OaiOffico, stating that the application of t...
SOUTH BOURKE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 August 1861
SOUTIt B]OURKE ELECTION. 'diast Tuesdaiy, bHeig'lie day appointed for the'olling' for 'this electoral district, great eicitemont'.preyailed .amongst .thopartizans oif the` :various .caudidates, Front an early h6oir 'loaded cars; behriiig plaeaidd sof the candidates wlho had 'engaged them, began, to arrive at thi polling places with large cargoes I of firee and independent electors. The Cor-, poration bye-law;was set aside for the nouce,' and each car eontanued as many as could sit, I stand, or otherwise stow themnielves away. I The weather for the tinioe of year was all that I could be desired, which no doubt tempted fortli niany votr'rsl iti Wveak constitutions and a horror'of daml ioadi, ;who would not else I have rushed to 1th/ poll. Bills printed in I largest type' garnished every fence or lay i strewu over the footpaiths, hlierd 'troops of mischlievons urchins had .throwii tlerit, after tearing them' pieceneal firoi the ialings. Arrived At'helid-fuarters, a nonidoecript crodwd ...