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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 August 1861
N..OTES AND NEWS ...;l In consequence of the elections, there, wast no sitting at' the; IawthorniPolico .Court :n Tuesday. :The next court will-ito nl'uesday r -next ,the 18th inst. *&lt;: a : 01.:- I iWe beg t6 iall thi iittention bf the.momii. bier bof the, Hawtlhori'ind' lKei( Riflo Cdmo pany, annd also the attneitioii of :iill irwho are anxious to'join this Company, to an 'adv r. tisement whiech appears in'. aiother 'columiiin' and we are glad to learn 'that a large 'iunber of the' inhabitants` haveo signiflied l'teir. in-. tention of joining the ranks Drill Initriinctor? Rodd, who hias; since his nppointnient to tlis comngany, been residing in Richmonil, nls within the last week come to reside iii tlhe neighbourhood, and will be ablb to' devote Ithe whole of his time to the interests of the company. As the, Hawthorn municipal election will take place in a 1fw days; -we would remind the latepayers that it is necessary they should see that their names are on the roll. All...
REPRESENTATION OF SOUTH BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 August 1861
R]EPIRESENTATION OF SOUTH BOURKE. On Friday night a public meetirig of the electors of South Bourke resident in Kew was heldi at the Athcenunm, in ord:r to nicet the candidates fbr the representation of the district. 'The tinie for the' chair to be taken, lialf-past seven luiving expired, and none of the eandidates lhavlgd ;nade tIcir appearnnee, . DMr. Johni Tooen wa called to the chair. 3fr. Newton enttered the room dt this junLctre, and took his seat on the platform, amidst somine ap plausc. : The COnAnIIAN said le did not know what the meeting was called for, inlss it.wias that the elec. tors should boemade fools of. '(Ltuighter and cheers.) Perhaps some one could explaili ? Mr. T'ANNEa said he had communinated with the several candidates, in conllpilnce with the wish of a committee, and Ihad received replies from all, except Mr. L. L. Smith, [(ie' :ead t he notes to the it e - ing.] From Mr. Newtoil h had reelived a 'verbal reply. As Mr.'Newton alone was prehsent, hle moved tha...
To the Editor of the South Bourke Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 August 1861
aTo the EditUr of te Suuth 1lourhe Stuatdard. Sir,-In my'first series of letters I endeavoured constantly to advocate two great fundamental prin ciples--the rights lf minia, 'which I designated en .)igl!tewed cosoeervative democracy ; and purity in •practicanl religion, to which I sapllied thea term Chris tian philosophy. 'The favourable recelition which thei trifling contributions, have met vWith inluces ''me to olfer a further amite of contribution ;for adve cating what I believe to be the good tcaiose '. Although! at first sight the subjects treatedofmlay ,not appea exnactly suited to the pages ot a weekly jourintl,'yet, ai s in our progressinag and re-modeling age-when tile press is becomllng so important all agent in the dissemination of knowledge, a little oc * casional innovatin of clstlomn is but stealing 'a march oua T'ime, who is the Arch although the slowest of in' novators ; and as we pledge'ourselves strictly to ad. here to priilciples Wihli.li 'wie trust we have clearl...
THE DUTY OF A CHAIRMAN. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 August 1861
SfiLb othe KEditor of ie aStianhlajd.. Si, -I find in"you" leading aniticle, Au. gus?' 2, you'i piide yoruirelf in" giving free p,~aeeto coricpoudiltsi I triuit you will ivoe me qncii that I may have ithe opportu nitr to shake off that ainounut of indignation ihlch 'your dcorrespondent thinks I have brought l ý,upou nyit . lid l'rthelr states, I take it, that tho duty, of a cliairnan is to ict iimiartially miand not to' favbr any partic ular.i tavorito; I perfectly agree with your corrbep?oildent hi tihb' Intter;'t tlothnsame time L believe it to be ,tlie oduty of iuimJ man first to cast out.thl beam which iis in his own eye, thbn'lho willblo able to" sce clearly the mote in his brothlir's ibyo. Nbiw, MIr. ditor, I am willing; to' adnit that ther i'yiegro a greater nunber for thaiin against the amendment,, and for that : reason your correspondeflt thinks I' ahlioihld hli,';dclari6i i hflaor.of tho uamenld lient. I Ithotiglit otherwis ,; iind I would remind your .correspondent of.,th...
THE WOODEND STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 August 1861
On Tuesday the repairs 4f tho line were comnmeiced -nar liddoll's Crcek by the amen taken ;tp fn?:tlohe Geolong and Melbourne Ralwaiay, uider.,he direction of the engineer im-chief. A body of polic;, ldfliciset to pro tect tho men from intcrference by the turf oiuts,'.was held in' radiness, but we are. glad to learn ,tliat thei 'services were not called into .reijuisitioin, no attelipt hai'ing been made to prevent: the repairers from proceed ing with the wvork for,which ':thmey.were sent up. In the forenoon a deliputation?from' the Ia bourers employed'. on. 'thLe Woodend :anti Kyneton sections was received by Ir. ]3ruce, at Menzies' Hotel, M·r. Randlo, Mr. Dux bury, and other gentlemen connected with the works, being present. A delegaite from the Malmsbury men was to join the deputa tion, but he iitiled to make his aippearance: The spokesman of the deputation' was Mr. Simpson, the representative of the Woodund men, and one who has taken part in, all the deputations and disputesconne...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 August 1861
J. BRIGHTWELL, FUtRNISIIINO )IIULLIEI:N ROAD, KE\W, (Near the loroondara (General C(metery.) Funerals Furnished on the most reasonable terms, s .. and at thie shortest notice. !, MOUIIR?1t COACIIHS AND IAItESG BSUPPLIIID, I. D. THOMPSON, 4i.-GEN IEtRAL OUTFIT:TER, UPPEl HAWTHORN, SIEAR TUK COVERIXORIT HOTIAL HOTEL. Agent to the Victoria si.urance Compiany.i SLATTERIE &o PRIN'1'EtER S, BOOKSEI ;ERS, AND STATIONEIS, , ."STANDARD", OFFICE, HAWTHORN? 'Near Fletcher's Hotel . JAMESi. H. KAY, PAI NT]E 1 PLUMBER, ANxD 6RNERAl IPEliA 1OR, 7V'e~l'tthe -Post' Oie; .Jeaw, TT'AY]tV(; managc, various .Work .at i I lluckinghm 'alaee, arlof 7 ansfteld's, and 'other Public IRuildings and Iteldldent s?iLi ,ondon and taniichestei, feels confideit: that: fior quality or chelapness he can defy competition; i 011.m, COIOL'Hc , .LAiS, ,PA'Eln, flItT LEAD, S ET., AT TOWN,PIIIICE. J.? B: BELLETT, HAY AND CORN DEALER, 1'EOPrL: s STORI', MIN ROAD HAWTHORN.,? Hay, Chaff, Ont, Brsn, Maize, Lce., at Mel...
HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUN[?] WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 August 1861
lAAWTHO'ON MUNIeC3IP COU'j' Councillors M'Dougall, 'Ciapb, Bragge and Iill. Minutes of previous meeting reaI confirmed. . ... CO RRESPONIENOE,. From the' Central .Board of Iealthi 'i~aridn'g th''report on"'sanitary adi? tton ffr" the "yearS 1800. Referred ;, HIealtli'Cdnimnuttee. " P'UBLIO BUILDINOS. .The Council atteudpd.on the sie . new; municipal buildings onls aturday Iii' two o'clotk p.m., in company witli1r . the architect, and arranged that the "i should be placed at a'distance of 50 fet':w , the road. PUI LIC WOUCKS RERotP.a Your Comimitteb recommend the pal:tt;_ of £102' '19; to- Messrs. Shierla McLeodi in fill'lpayinentt of i their: cup:;i . or.t9ncing th relervez a. d extras .o':.i: th s rv y r r;tractors v c a d out the contr act satisfiactory manner, ; Barton-stroet footpath, west side,, chapjs fion enhain-street -The Corn: recommendftuib teiider be called iforn ing, and gravelling the -above, at, a e0?o' exceeding £8,.. D. McDovUro,rou C' Clirman ri'ibliciWlorlkt s Cot...
DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 August 1861
DECL 1ARATION OF THIE POLL. b Yesltrday, at'noon; the oflcial declaration I of the: pqll was made at Conran's Govertior u Ilothanm liotel, Iawthorn, by t. Kent;'Esq,; I theRg?turning-Oflicer, forc the district. "Thb tl nuimbers for the various 'cahdidatos 1wore ain '. noui?ed ai follows : a D Ir:. l. Sinith.. 012 S? O'Grady 872 ti ...?,M , l...2tiure.. .... 812 . , Newton ... 488 4 i SFitzgibbon: ...` 199 The JrTruitrIuo~OrroRt F dedil arod?Messrs , L'. L Smitli aidlilM.a1O'Giady duly elected to d servoe in the Logislative..Assembly for ,the district of Sotitlh Bourlke. lo stated that = there o as one ro?niatikhe wished to ?nilakeo before the proceedings terminated. i It :hd ' been' cirCulated that double voting :had been b carried on to a great extent-in ,thii oelectioi, HIe took this opportunity of:saying that lie had 'carefully gone over all' the numlbers on the ballot papers, and' found .that such hadl not been the caso;: ho e therefore ishlied:to give thenreport. an unqualified...
The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, AUGUST 9th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 August 1861
t)j goutidj . 3atixi tic tantbavb, FRIDAY; AUGUST tl , 18 1. . TuE result of' tlh6 Soltli Ilnuikoe olectiothaii now. before the public, audit is our duty..bt congratulat othe electors. on the choice they haveo inde.. Mr. . T. IL. SMIT?r being again at the hllead of the poll, is a protty cldar proof that the majority of the electors are in favour of the prOesent Adiiniuistration, protection, occupation licenses, and all. A severe contest between Messrs. O'Gaxur and M'LUr, ur, resulted in fhvour of the fbr muer by in.ajoriy o ity .t sixty votib so that we may say we have one Ministerial and one in dependent member. Let us hlppe that they wiill both work together for the good of the district itld country at largeo,instead of tputl lihg it contrary directions, na Was the iase ,with our loimner ,tmembers; and through whiuch muu flistrict?i.as so near-comning to grieof, by losing the dramuti-in-aid sYomecessary to its well-being.. Mr. M'Cr,uits's position` at- tho close of thl d'.poll was...
BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, AUGUST 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 9 August 1861
BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD. SATURDAY, AUGUST 3. P'•eent--The Cllairman((Mtr. NW.Blanksby); Messrs. Ragg, Hlunter, Irwin, and Kent. The :n'inutes of the last mieeting were read alld conifi'mlled. CORRESPONDANCE. &nbsp; &nbsp; T'o J. Steanve'nn,o, E1. CoullnisA.ner of I 1oads aimd 13ridges, f,rw:arding plan .and specifialtialo for bridge over Gardiner's Creek 'fi approval. Fromn the l nads and Ih'rilges olliee, post p1ing tie th tle of mIeeting respecting the l]awthorna Tll Fuid till 12th August. From Roads and lBridges ollice, ijn reply, to letter of• the 7th June. respecting th, Bridge over Gardiner's Creek, and stating that the uamount had 'been placed at' the disposal of the Board filr that work. r e?, To Mr. liby, Chanirman' of the *:Nunn wnadin District Road B, oail,"d fhiwa til tig cheque for £10 for works oin Ioundary rpad. To Messrs.llunt and. Ft'rgueson, statiing that their offer to bear one'haifthlie ,expenco of removing culvert from Bounidiiry ioad was ifecep...
HOW TO FREVENT DESTRUCTION OF TISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 August 1861
-0 H1OW TO IIIEVENT DESTRUCTION OF T'ISSUE. Thie Saturdsay Ricero says-We might allege, in answer to the teetotaller, that the drinklg of wines and spirits is benefield, Inasmuch as it tends to pre vent the dcstruction'of tissue. Oh, thanks, dear review, for that comfortingereed, For joining with Temtperance humbug the issue; In Johnson and Webster in future wo'll reand For drinking, preventing destruction of tissue, Alrs. Brown, when your husband comes lnto from the club, Don't push him away when heo offers to kiss you; Ills httel may be totty, but spare him the snub; Hl's been only proventhlng dstruction of tissue. You actor, acc tuomed to tipple at nights, II pedltic spectators take umnbrage and hiss y'ou, , C.mo dow nwiih a .ntl.aod grin to the ligihts, And say ybu prevented destruction of tissno. Diner-out, if you don't take the hint you're an ass When you sit by a matron of elegant tissue, Don't ask her to let y it replenish her glass, But beg she'll prevent theu destruction o...
BRUSHY CREEK POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 16 August 1861
BIRUSHY CREEK POST OFFICE. The Mail arrives froml Melbourlne, &c., on Tucs days, T'lursdaya, and Saturdays, at I p,m. Closes or Melbourne on Mondays, \Wednesdays, and 'ri days, at 9.30 ia.m. J. BIESIIINu, Postmaster,