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WARRANDYTE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 August 1861

R ANIT I ..1OST . OFFIC . : STio "ai o rriycs ftoml Mclbourno on Tuesdays, 'lbiirstl:iyrt,id auturdays, at noon, Closs Lobr -ulbgurnio'dui fboldays, ViVcdiesdais,; aild Fridys idt>i a' , *I ..'. H wirr, Postinastcr.'

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KEW SUBSORIPTION LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 August 1861

KTJr ;y POlRýOq lY I I fIBRAY, 4bjyonneonlo r. w1th4 ch'" nb vo`ýT1 tlt~t1iýi1 opci 41'ery evry flWylbtº f313 ,µ t e1i 'p from b to 10 p.rd.

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 August 1861

MEETINaGS OF ?U.LILIO BOD)IES. i;!l,:]ohooxnDii.%i jeittr'P n ;;tlnýI~;di): j ld cettB I; - jujpptv',Slt&turd ay·s , ·ntr'tlos Oflllcc;l lawtlturn, a6 3 o'clock p.mn. .--fIlAWInouN-- MUNICIPAL COUNCIL :ncctsvCimry }ýc~luegttuy, vcniug;;at~thc Couhnci'IOhthiu ce at KEv MI1uIC,'ur CouIxoi:,'meots rOryyrTiwsdliy evcluing.at .thaIlKw vAtheiwum, at halfpast-7 p~m.

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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HAWTHORN PO[?]T OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 August 1861

1i4 WTIIORN IPO ' 1OPFICJIr.t Th fa nrriyes from M ulbourne .o t 9 .I f I :t Ar, i Irod'i l w U hIawthorn; , nod at Tdr. l in M·in, Rol 1tppt4 llU'oj t horn e· H roOM

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 August 1861

J, BRIGHTWELL, FURINISIHNOI BULLEEN ROAD, KEW, (Neur the Boroondura General Cemetery.) Fuuerals Furnished on the most reasonable terms, and at the shortest notice. rMOURIUtI1O COACHE" AI)D HIEAEII ES SU1PPLIED. I. D. THOMPSON, GENERAL OUTFITTER, UPPE'R HAWTHORN, 2QEAR TIE GOVERNOR NOTUAM: IOTEL. Agent to the Victoria Insurance' Co6' papy. SLATTERIE & Co., PRINTERS, BOOKSELLERS, AND STATIONERIS, "STANDARD" OFFICE, HAWTHORN, Near Fletcher' Hotel. . JAMES H. KAY,. PAINTER, PLUMBER, 'AND :GENERAL DECORATOR, Anextl. the Post Ofiice, Kew, HAVING manaaged:: various Work at ? luhcldngham Palace, sarl of kansfleld's, aud ather Public Buildings and Residences Ia London and dsnchester, feels confident that .for quality or cheapness lie can defy competition. sIL, COLOUBRS, GLASS, PAPERS, SllIET LEAD, ETC., AT TOWN PRIOES. J. B. BELLETT, HAY,.AND CORN DEALER, PEOPLE*S STORE, MAIN ROAD, HAWTHORN, lay, Chat, Oats, Bran, Maize, &c., at Melbourne Prices for Ready Cash. CuArr cuT os r...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 August 1861

IIAR T.W1r, ])ObT O14ICR: Tho Mull arrivbs 'rdi Mlclbourne, &c.,on 1&ccM - days,'iWednccsdccys, tudicildrllaya t c11 .as Ccc. es ; at llartw6bll'for MIcbournce` &6"', 79)1 ,'1i'ccdcs, *.:;''huredcysrnnil d`8tcic4Icy; ct'lI Bn. 'r R:' 1hcllvEi#-i, 1 osatcstjr, E~s:;:.vb-·; , · .

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KEW POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 August 1861

1EW 1'OS I' OFFICE.E Vic Mill arrlyes frowz Melbourne, &c., at 10 a.m. dully. ,Closes fur Mellbourne at 1 pan. 7,. ...W. .H.LJCsza.wrr, uOstwUater.

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 August 1861

UIiAW' UNICAOITPA COUNQ r, AvousT 27. .llors.O'Grady, Cal , pill, Lns i. M'Dougall, and BE i Councillor ?rdy reported to the Cbun cil the result of the municipal election on Tlilridii"tlie22ndriif.., its follows: . ., 220 i 224 ,l JJAHT . eriguseoin .:t ;"`1 .c.'ý l.oi .lb0 Johnson ... 42' Si liJ i 31itchakdsbut';..Yt X H .1 C 83' The three first gentlemen, having the largest number otf votes; ho;. declard duly olected?l and now ho lad. pery muh plckas~re in seeing: ,--Councillor Braggo; on rising to propose the re--cl'tis0? of ~o1tbltj1lor Q4rad?ncas Clhair snai,'snidtf , et f il1d hap'"io doi1Stt tlhat , V6ei'gret' .i¶hrtdfi thds !ccds. of thoilittlici pality Iwas -attributabla9tuj their late chair man; and.' , eilic trir jvyoul? scarcely be a dissentient voic6 against iho motiour I Ilo"hdaxd -grea tpleasureo in wpoposing:that Councillor O'Gradhd be:Chairman for the cn CouncillornConranih1ad great pleasure in seconding CouncillorBlraggo's motion. They all oknowl . .the &lt...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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BOX HILL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 August 1861

BOX HILL POST OFFICE     The Mail arrives from Melbourne, &c., on Tues- days, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 11 a.m. Closes at Box Hill on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays     at noon.   S.PADGHAM, Postmaster.          

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 August 1861

XIss swAN, DR3SMAKEMR, Opposite Judge Molteaworth's, UP.PER tAWTJHORN, Lite of Melsdanjes Tippet and Clifton, Russell. street, Melbourne, and Forewoman to the r suoccessors EGS'to announce to the Ladies of Hlaw thorn and vicinities that the has commenced business at the above address ; and, in soliciting a portion of their pat-znage, pledges herself to a strict attention to all orders with which sie. may be favoured, and economical charges. Miss 8. also begs to state that she has made arrangements to haye forwarded all now fashions as soon as published, and politely lovites as in, spection. KEW1 MUNICIPALITY. Fistr HiL-rTiE1ILY MRETING O1' TlE KEw Mu roIPrit 'CoUNCIL, FROM TuE 12th JA.lhur TO T 11: 12th JULY, 1801. ? lPIE municipal district was proclaimed on 1the 19th December, 1lGO, in the Government Ga. zelltt, No. 165. T'he first election of councillors took place on the 12th January, 1i61, when Messrs. Wharton, Carson Croanwell, Lewis, Fox, Oswin, and Derrick wore elect ed. At t...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, AUGUST 30th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 August 1861

IT will be sccn by rcedi'ence to our rop1nt. of uicit 'etu hetld iox Tiuesday ]nat, that ioUNOILLOR CAOAI'UL4 Si~i o drJ{Tý beýl~iiz ilk to xixiixnqc~vorbjixpozý, tlllced himto tlltd the rnl t li i did at the late wvere rclelectcdctiiatlhe wad giand to see thom rcturcnd ; tnd the oid4-ejc e1 a41ipp iswI jn[sýtciýkg a ic rage iastl that another gentle x a lth oiund tol ~i. it hi n in carrying o i:r Y )ti'gi ,hatVeri.: qyuuidergdr by th nitinjor'ity unn"osnry., .Pficoi rse eitt ir tpe of th1p th~ree: n tle mon jrtirned xtnax'ike Athe compliment for 'wlpat it~iai. worth~i hl-ow hlecoltldd.be: gladrto roetlhem :tthere and yet dginirelti havb got a 3 ,L lIo~ialt1n 'tAn puly. be e' pl~tniil j;oP, ma u~p. )wsxtaout of tl'dre'hbeirinighl t cotrncillortl , :i = i~f~il oilqv~ nayoo, .~~olo~ · u~rj o l ,, Weain a, g1adlto4sde thrtt our'reuiarlts cattii t~o the conclnsioti that it u xenntl'llti.u It'iaa xtxt~iiced qý\ qt biý?"tei©;t1 fit''ý 14e, tuidi ".ti't tiro glad to see that the fit was aj...

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THE CANDIDATES CATE[?] PUBLISHED WITH THE HANCTION OF THE MARY[?] (From The Press.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 August 1861

THE CA\UDII)\ 't TE'CI. A'ECllJli1. IUBLISIIHED WITt' Tillf. ASATION OF, THIE StKa'tl. uOX : LKOTOBS,.' : r , (lFor The Press.) .- ' C andidate.-llaving. thus detailed myn oWl) p1o litihal .conltvilctiou, ?.~ alny gentleman anythlng to ask of ni ?. · First Elector:-WIhIt is your opinloa of the iiSolar System? , , .-.That It Is :arbitrary and ohl.-dtthlound, and unsuited to the present age. I will:do my utmost, If elected, to haiye ti., planets placed oq..a! .equality as regards size and 'staance from tie sun. ,. Second Elector,=Do you approve of the Music of the Spheres ? . " 0.--Gertainly not. It is calculated only to please the upper classes, and, if elected, L will do my ut most to have popular tunes substituted, Third Elector.-llow alsout the eqlUator ? 0.--I elected, I will labour night and day to have that odious line of exclusiveness abrogated. Fourth Elector.--Wittll you abolislh priogeniture S0.-It shall be the ahi of my life,,if elected, to do so. I consider that no person...

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To the Editor of the [?] Bourke [?] [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 August 1861

kuIitu't u tt' U lir age, ltlto oIu 1I'nli of any api prnhli. to dllctatlu.!, udtllr'rui.oi 'tlhe i uc! it tit 02IlIItC, ot the -pIos . (211r ren'u mint In nantlilcd ('Vail when 1 1111" i~lltnu l11l11i ll i+ 1"\1'111.d 'l'ilt ))LLu its. !hI iink, jil 1ilt mdc' t, t l lu 0 i Milk toIs humn dtlLtulCI' ulen or every rydi hlL!a IIIInow bc'gInrsizm :th thimk and ll III lit t tutor ium IIrks nt £ d, 1hikf i Ileatly m(imLwmmdimmg for the rihyIt to do to, froely accord' tIllt rightt to otlhers. The two great influences, the passive and the ac tive, are in constant operation, producing every event.; the one slow and almost imperceptible inits progress, tile other rapid and impulsive in its move- e metuts: the former, the forie of nature 1 the latter, I the power of art 1 nature requiring the assistance of '. t to rqdeem it from its crudeness; art seeking ua 'uro's life and spirit to impress it. t 'Thiheancients had a fable illustrative of .this. At lantu, by whom they represented the Genius ...

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DONCASTER POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 30 August 1861

DONCASTER POST OFFICE. The Mail arrives from Melbourne, &c., on Tues-   days, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 11 a.m. Closes     for Melbourne on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri- days at 10.30 a.m. T. W. GRANT, Postmaster.

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 September 1861

2b the Editor of the Standard. Sin,-For some years past the Government authorities have expressed an opinion that "?> anialgamption of the Boroondara, Nuna wading, and lBulleen Road Boards was de sirable; which opinion has been objected to by the Boroondara Board, on the ground that the district was large enough. The case is, however, now very different, the Hawthorn and Kew Municipalities being taken offn leaving only the eastern portion of the parish under the supervision of the Board; which is for the most part very thinly inhabited. Under these circumstances, I thin.c (and venture to suggest) that the proposed union of the three Boards is almost indispensable, i.e., if we are to make the best use of our local revenues and the Government grants, which, as matters stand now, are lavished upon secretaries and surveyors, instead of being applibd to the forming and metalling of our roads. For example, under the pro. eent arrangement, each Board must have its secretary, surveyor, a...

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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CARTERS, BEWARE! To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 September 1861

CARTERS,: IEWARE! To the Editor of the Srandard. Ma. ETiTo--Sin,'. I begto be" allowed, through your colyunus, to call the attention of the councillors of Keow to the necessity of erecting a fence or placing lights after dark on the Main road, near Glass's Creek Pound, where a trench has been cut, by the con: tractor, I suppose, some live ftet' vide and three or four feit' deep, acrenss the: whole width of the. road, footp~ths an' d all, Without previously kiownig its where abouts, every night some 'accidoet or other is sure't'mhappen to.some unfortuuate carter. Surely these worthy. councillors in their poregrinations never go so lhr as this, or else such a dai.gerous place'would not be left in this state. Can these gentlcmen, Mr. Editor, stop up te 'road when: they like and how they like ? Ifan accident were to end fataley, • upp ose 1X&fo W lnuualo l aun O W in a verdict sobmething of this sort-" Wilful murder, but it Arved hin right," Yours, Mr. Editor, J. J. WHrTE. Donea...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 September 1861

,:' the.Editir of the St andard. ' Smrn?"Rebecca,' in your last issue. com plains grievoialy. of the incoinveiecnce to which she aibd other, disting!ud visitors' were subjected, by being compelled to assi?iuu the isosceles .triaugle shape in their passage through the entrance gates of the Reserve. Apart altogether from the consideration of the beauty. which a mathematiiian might argue exists equally in the. triangle' and the circle, we thinl that if " Rebecca" will per sist .in developing the dimensions of her habiliments beyond the bonmids of the grace tili and modest proportions of WNature'a fair form, we are sorry we cannot sympathize with " Rebecca" so deeply as we otherwise would in this her predicament; but with re-. gret mdust leave her to practically 'illustrate the celebrated Dr. Wilkie problem of" squar ing the circle," when she attempts: entering the Reserve, instead of using our influence with the Municipal Council to enlarge the entrince, to admit, in all her .latitude ...

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PERSONATION. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 September 1861

SYERSONATION. . 2b thl Editor of the Standard. Ssn,-I think you will agree with me, after reading the account of the disgraceful scenes enacted by aparcel of hired secoundrels and their no less dispiable employers at the ltoe Morningtou'nlection, that it is the' duty of every voter in the colony to assist in putting an end to such disgraceful., proceedings. I therefore beg to submit a plan for the appro val of the Government as tollows': That upon any person claiming to vote, the Returning Ollicer, or some one duly appoint ed for the purpose, shall call out to the pub lic then and there assembled the name, num.n ber..on the roll, qualification, &c., of the claimant. Sir, by so doing I bcleivo all personation would be put an'end to, and all elections fairly contested. BUNKRY FROM MAIlt&TI.

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A MUNICIPAL MAN-TRAP. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 September 1861

A hiUNICIPAL M1AN-TRAP. SS .-1 think :it is time the. attentibn, of the' \luiiipldl -Coiuncil was drawn .to the ltae' of the douhh ctulvert in liarl I -road, -onhth t'ler rmonth it fawning chasm lhar be-tnI permiLtod to exist. wthithout so mnuch as a railing to prevent personus who arc obliged to travel that r6aul at night trom falling into this nmu-trap, to the immin lent danger oF lift atud liumb. C'ontracto.rs under the Council are very properly bound to put ijp a light at any part of th6 road under their charge that may be in a dangerous state ; but here, where the road is under the guardianship of the municipal authorities, no attempt of any sort is madle to preventaccidents. If the Council is out of funds, and cannot thoroughly repair the road at once, they may at leapt afford a pound to put a railing round the hole, and so prevent strangers from walking uncdnaciously into the jaws of destruction. I am, Sir, yours, J. E. S.

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AUDITORS' FEES. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 September 1861

AUDITORS' FEES., To the Editor of the Standard. Stn,--As a ratepayer of Kew; I was rather surprised to see in your report of their last o ...l. W Vac, ". y- t t tt~ rtn of four tineoas was voted to the o'auditorl, Messrs. anner and Bryant, for doing what ? For auditing the accounts of this pigmy Municipality, the receipts including four items only, and the expenditure amounting to the enormous suml of ,£439 19s. 4d. Really this is too badrl; but letrhaps the gentlemetn will refuse to take it. F'ancying that it was not usual to pIay the auditors of municipalitics, I took the trouble to look over the OzetIllc, and fromn fitteen balance-sheets I fotbund that the item was not mentioned in thirteen of them. In two Buninyong anid Ballarat--the former pay two guineas, the latter pay? fotr guineas, fr anu d iting nearly twice as manty thousands tas the Kew auditors di hundreds ;tl the expenditure being £7,420 17s. 2d. If' this is not wasting tlh ratepayers' money I don't lknow lwhat. is. -'...

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