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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 September 1861
M!EETINGS OF .,1UIJLIO QBbDIIS _ BORoVIArA DISTInCT, IoAD, BOARD ieCtaSal terlato Saturdays, at the Oflwe, luathoru, nt 8 _,. ob'clock p.ni.1· HATwiwIIW I DiIi1'iAL :CoURCIL'; -meet cavvey Monday evening, at the Councl 'Ca0ijibuera at 7 oclock. Kuw MUNICIPAL COUNCIL meets every :Tuesday ...evening at the Kew Athenlamum, at half-past 7 p.w, - 0 - ir
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 September 1861
J. BRIUHTWELL, 'FURNISIIING BULLEEN ROAD, KEW, (Near the Borooadara General Cemetery.) In nerail Furnished on the must reasonable terms, and at the shortest notice. MOOURIIlIO COACHII AND HLARIa BsUPPLI'ID. I. D. THOMPSON, GENERAL OUTFITTER, UPPER HAWTNORI, S.I?EAR TH1U OOTERXO, NOTHAM ROTUL. Agyent to the Victoria Insurace Coewpeny.. 8'LATTERIE & Coe, PRINTERS, BOOKSELLERS, AND STATIONERS, ,!ASTUOARI" OFFICE, ,AWTMORI, S Near FletcAer's Hotel. JAMES H. KAY, PAINTER, PLUMBER, AND GENERAL DECORATOR, Nert the Poet Ofice, Keaw, HAVING managed various Work at SBucklingham Palace, Earl'of Mansfield's, and other PublicBuildlngs and Residences la London and Manchester, feels confident that for quality or cheapness he can defy competition. .OILY, COLOURS, GLAeI, ?APER, ,.5IlIT LUAD, ITO.1 AT TOWN PRICEt . J. B. BELLETT, HAY A.ND CORN DEALER, "'' ' EbI'ElLi;tThEREO , MAIN ROAD, NA W TN IlI. Hay, Chat,' Oats, "Bran,. Maiz, ,, at Mebourne Prioes for Ready Cash. Clsra cur ow rus Pameas....
HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 September 1861
IIARTWELI; Pr.T OFFICE. u ln, l n rrive sfropl MDlbopCnp,~&c., iinMiofl : , 'dsaysWedn'icsad, , ýý i rici>y4 "h)rt}sy, m, 4Jpoees at 11artiwC11 for ",-A1e bourgo,, &a., ; ou+ '1(ulday8, Tli ursdgt? ,a anj Sjpturdaya, qt 1130 am: + h ;;lr-J: Sý`: ,, , k `n . +;7R"tmae tr.
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P. Chairman the Hon. T. H. Power, J.P. Dr Tierney J.P., and—Jervis, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 September 1861
S HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. [JBefore P. O'Brien,' Esi., J.P., Chairman, the lion.'T. It. Power, J.P., Dr. Tierney, J.P., and-Jervis, J.P. 'Ludlowi v. "a'urvey.-Work and labour, £b 7s. 4d. Tlh solicitor for tha plaintiff stated that this caso had been postponed for additional evidence. They had not been able to secure the attendance of Austen, but they would call John O'Brien the person for whmOn A usteni was building. ,John O' iieni deposed that Turvey canme to him with an account for £25. sD. Gd. mlade out to Austen,' and wished him to become res ponsib)e for the amount, but he declined to do so.. T'llis rtuil included the amount for the bricli, 'and also the cartage.] The rlolictoir for the plaintiff submitted this was good evidenco that' Turvey looked to Austen for the bill. Turvey also took out a stunmmons against Austen in the District Court for £19. 19s. Gd., and why should he have tr.ckedi on the additional amount ? It was evidently his intention to go- for the whole aimosint of...
BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 September 1861
BOROONDARA. DISTRICT ROAD :SITrcaDY, AvavrT 31. Pres..,t--The Chairman (Mr. W. Blnkitiby); b?esdsrs. RIgg, Logan, Irwin, hlunter, and Kent. 'T'o n minutca of the previous meeting were "read and confrirmed. 'OIL utEliPONI) eCOl. To Mr. G(. E staway, relative to lengtheln ;ig the culvert opposite Ilis houMe. To ' J; Steavens:on, hEsq., Comnlissioner of Rl(and and Bridges, in reply to letter of the lt August, relative to thie security to be given by the officers of the Board. To the Conlnrinioner of Ronds and Bridges, stating that the contract for (Jnirdiner'r Creek bridge had been let to J. I)rrulnrnond :for the- sum of £410. 18s.. 9d. To the same, stating the amount of (,on t rhets let by the Board since the 11lth of Junc last, anmouittd to £961. 3s. 9d. From I. B. Blagot, Es., oflfering on the .part of thei Carlton Estate to pay £25 ais -soon as a.bridge of the value of 1£75 shall be •erected over the Koonuing Creek, on the road leading to 'rLeplcestowe. F roml Mr. (1. Eastaway, aga...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 September 1861
NOTES'AND NEWS. ".The Quarterly Festival of the Hawthorn Banid of Hope wps held last Tuesday, in the W\Vsleyani'choolroorti. Tea was provided, to which the members did ample justice. After'tea a public meeting was held, Mr. A. B. Biggs presiding. The chairman remarked thatin carrying out the great moral reformna tionl his hope lay in the young, and urged upon all the necissity of adopting the principles of Total Abstinence. Several songs and recita tions were given by the children, which ap peared to afford much pleasure to the au. dience, who testified their approbation by frequents burst of applause. 'The meeting closed at an early hour. Attbhe Bourko General Sessions, on Mfoi? day, Patrick Forgarty, Patrick Ryan, and Patrick Gleeson, Jwho were committed by the Hawthorn Bench, plerided " guilty'" t a trifling charge of rescuing cattle from being 'driven to the pound, but stated that they did not believe that the impounder had any right 'to seize their cattle. The Court, under the ...
The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 September 1861
&lje -,outt) . iotEiEc.. Stantrbaca .. S'FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 0th, 1861. Ouuatteiition has been repeatedly called to thoi.nccessity .that eists for some source of rolaxation ana amusement for the benefit of the inhabitantk' i~f Hawthorn during the evenings. It would be one means of draw ing together ai nmmber of persons who are now nearly str~ngers to each other by the establisihnieit of i society sinfilar to the one anlready i'ekiibtence at eow. Weo allude to the Literary and' Scientific Institute. The advantages to be derived from such an insti tution are of such a nature as to hold' oit great indicenmonti to parties to becoine resi dents amongst u., and thus add to the pros. perity and 'intellectual enjoy nients of the neighbouirhood at' the saie time. W?'.o have at theipredent time gentlemen residing 'inIHa'dthorn well qnahilled to'nassist s. uchoa ,ociety b ia lcet ro no, and thlin on :arious subjects, that would be hi liy" inte 'restingr; p? A.,thnumniber of young men thm...
PARLIAMENTARY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 September 1861
PARLIAMENTARY NEWS. In the Legislative Council on Wednesday. Mr. A'BeeKrTT proposed, and Mr. FaAsn secon ded, the re-election of Mr. Thomson as. chairman of committees, which was agreed to. The Acrt so PaslDsuNT stated that His Excellency would receive the reply to the address this day at three o'clock p. m.in. M .r. FaLsows moved for leave to bring in "his Weights and Measures Bill. Which was agreed to, and the bill read a first time. ,. * Mr. FELA.ows then obtained leave to bring in the Administration of law (Justices) Bill, which was read a first time., The House then adjourned till Tuesday. In the Legislative Assembly, on Wednesday. The BPAKERn took the chair shortly after.three o'clock, and then proceeded to the Government ilou-e to present to His Excellency the reply to the Vice-regal address agreed to on the previous day ; and on returning to the House read His Excellency's reply. Mr. O'SAAsessY gave notice that, on Tuesday next, he would move a resolution. calling for the im...
OTAGO. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 September 1861
OTAGO. The Otago Witness of the 17th says : t. SThld news from 'Tuipeka'diggings continue to be much of the same character as that heretofore re ceived. Some parties are. makingconsiderable 'fids, some doing little, and the general body doing. well. 'i'he.weather has been severe, and a few diggers have given up the pursuit of gold until a more advanced season, and have returned to town. There'are several rumours afleot as to new prospects, but those who have been successful on,these occaionslare keeping the matter quiet, and are working in secret. There also appears to be a greater unwillingness than exist ed at first by those who are successful to tell of their prollts. Small parcels of gold still come to town by private hands, but little ii sold-the impression a mongst the diggers being that it is worth more than bayers are offering for it ; and it will not be till after the assays sent for to Sydney return that any free doin will exist in the buying and selling ofgold. 1he escort...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 September 1861
KISS SWAN, 31 5 AK III Na , Opposite Judge Moluworth's, UPPER HAWTHORN, Late of Meadames Tippet kt'd Clifton, Russell. I street; Melbourne, arid Forewbzan to S'the'rsuccessor BE t to tauunce to tli~ Ladiese of HaRw thorn and viclities that.she has commenced business at tlohe abpTe ris ir and,.'in- soliciting a portion of thleir parnage, pledges herself to a strict attention to oll irders withwhich she may be favoured, and economical charges. Mies 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. ' UPPER YARRA. GRAZING PADDOCKS. r 111E undernigned will take Stock into lus L l':4ddocks at thefollowing rates:-., Cattle .. ' .. 10s. perQuarter. Ilorse* ' l.,. ' 1.: '" " Evsry care will b"ial44ea,' *ithdut resjoniibllity. Stock will be taken t?om 'Mr. McCa*.s Yards, ltourke-street ';'Mr. Mornaie's; Clate-castle, Stephen. street ; Mr. Gerraghty's, Albion Hotel, llichmond. road ; Mr. O'Shanassy...
BOX HILL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 6 September 1861
BOX HILL POST OFFICE. The Mail arrives from Melbourne &c., on Tues- &nbsp; days, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11 a.m. Closes &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; at Box Hill on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays &nbsp; &nbsp; at noon. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; S. PADGHAM, Postmaster &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;