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HAWTHORN POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 June 1861

HAWTHORN POST OFFICE. Thle Mail rgrrivcs From l; fllbourlnc?, . e., nl t 1, l5. i.n. daily. Cjbses al tHaihvlloin for Mlclhuirnu; &o., Receiving boxes at lr, kireooeu's, KeIw Rand, fliwthurn and at Mr. Niorton'n, minii Roach, JI ppe1)icicsox, Poateiabr. II. l1)ccrsox, Posllllabter.

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HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 June 1861

alAR'rwE (];G IVOS'[ (f IC'E. 'I'hc \tiil nit tes from ! llboiirnc, &c., on 7MonV days., ttVedicsiitys, otid 'Idldnys at 11 Lin. (llosL ~tt 1-hlrtwcll 1r MelboLurne, &e., on lueIsdays, u; sdays wil Satu ,ays. 1I 30 lm. R]uit. 1 ttvr., P'ostimnsi'.

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KEW POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 June 1861

3KEW P'OSV O (W'iC.I: 'I li e iil urrivcs fromn Mculbourne, &c., at 10 b.fll dilly. Closes I'or Meil'ournce at I p.m.

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BOROONDARA GENERAL CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 June 1861

OROONDARA GENERAL CEMET TRY. The usual monthly meeting of the,trastees of tle above place was held on oWednescly evening, in the IHawthorin council chamber. Present--.lt"ur. ? ll. ]huain, Finger, ITunt, J'olhn'on, and ,Judd. T. 'llumlt, Esq., in the chai;:' The secret'ary (Mr. Toon) read the mhintes 'co the last meeting, which were con firmed. A letter was read which had been forwarded to the Government, asking for a loan of £100 to carry on the necessary im prove' ents ; also from 11r. Tanner, request ing perunission to erect a licnce round a pri vate grive, the consideration of which was postponed till next meeting. i~r. .liggins; c.v,, submitted a plan of the ground as being plotted out by him for the trustees, showing the situation of the pur chased and other graves, which was consi dered very sitisfactory. The sectopry re ported that some 20Q trees aind shrubs had been obtained from the Botanuial Gardens for planting in the grounds; and the lRev. W'. Wood also offered it quanti...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 June 1861

NGTlrES AD AM EW1S. l The members of the Kew Athentoum met oil Thursday evening week to discuss the following subject :--" -Vhether it is necessary or adyisablo to permit religion to enter into a PIait\ioal' system of education " .ITr., T'anner led oil' on the negative'o sido, followed by "fesurs. Kellottantd Fox. The aflirmativo ~was supported b l Messrs. Pritchard, B3l manu, Johnson, and Bryant. Soveranl en tlimen havring still to speak on the subject, and the allotted time having expired, lthe dis cussion .was ~idjourned to tile next i·acant eveniulg. TIhe ]nwthorn Free Library is close for one weel;, pending the exchange of 1iooKs at ttle Ifelbofreno Public Library. It apjears from a paragraph in the Ar?qu that the man Taylor, who was missing from Kew some three weeks back, has been traced to the Sandridge Railway pier, where he was seen shiortly after he was missed firom his cai;. lio had a carpet byg in his hand, and it is s~ppqsed tihat lie has hbsconlqd to stit some temporar...

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KEW LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 June 1861

KEi1V LI L'EUA JRY AY ) SCIJSNT'IILC 'INSTITUTE. Lcctuiies are dclivcerd every Th1izursdny cvening. in the A theulItrt, Kew, on various branclhcs of literature, scienrc, aud alt. CozzznzencO at eight.

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HAWTHORN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. ROAD BOARD OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 June 1861

0 IIAWTHIIORN FREE IPUBLIC LIBRARY. RoAu B13oAn, OrrI1:. This Library is open to the public on Mondays, Wcdnesdays and Fridays, from 6 to 9 o'clock p.m. Tiho books lent by the Trustees of the Melbourne Public Library are for perusal in the Library; other books lont by one or two gehntlemen in toe distrlao arc lent to the residents for reading at their own homes n \ithout charge. '

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, JUNE 7th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 June 1861

FRI)\AY, J UNE 7th, 18(1. Nor the least of the disadvantages under which .Iawthorn labours are its postal ar rangeulents. Look it them in whatever light we may, there is some flault to be found--some evil that admits of an easy remedy. The mail arrives, as if' by piecon crted plan of TA'.1 A'ILs, at 9.15 a.m.,- rhortly atter the departure of business men for the City; tlhe delivery extends over about ' ne-halfl of the (Municipality'; ind the mail closes again for Melbourne at 1.15 p.m. Whalt evil planet rules our destinies to subject us to lhese annoyances ? Why should we not be allowed at least the ae sae accom modalion as that aflorded to sonse of titei townships on the louiont Alexandor road P "loe exalmle,-~ a letter 1ioated 'in Mellbiitrno t' touir o'clock pn.m isa livcred in 1GiHbo#nO, bvirty-two milecs awisy, at luif-past eight the. tiuc evening; w'hercaa, if postcd for Rlaw thorn at the same thneo, it reaches its des tination--barely tour iniles fiol the Oeneral .Post Oflice...

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KEW SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 June 1861

MIW SUBECIUP'T[ON LIB[RARY. In connexi'nl wIth the ohovo Institute, open lvFry ovciiiig, Sundthiy6 S o&eplcd, from 6 to 10 pim. for nicmnhuro only.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 June 1861

r,;D' T O S t.. . GENERAL OUTFITTER, UPPER HAWTHORN, NEAR THE GOTERtOR IIOTIIH? HOTEL. A?ent to the VTictoria Insurance Company. SLATTERIE & ,Co., PRINTERS, BOOKSELLERS, AND STATIONERS, "STANDARD" OFFICE, HAWTHORN, .Near Fletcher's Hotel. JAMiES H. KAY,, PAINTER, PLUMBER, AND GENERAL DECO1RATOR, Next tIhe Post Office, Kewo, H JAVING managed various Work at Buckingham Palace, Earl of * ansfield's, and other Public Buildings snd Residences in London and Manchest?r, feels confident that for quality or cheapness he can defy competition. OILi, COLOURS, GLASS, PAPERS, 8ISEET LSAD, ETC., AT TOWN PRICES. J. B. BELLETT, S HAY AND CORN .DEALER, PEOPL 'S STORE, MAIN ROAD, HAWTHORN. 0,p * IJ.ý' ^.L..c c MAIN ROAD, KEW, EXPRESSES his thanks to the Inhabitants of Kew and the surrounding district for the liberal support aswarded to him since his succession to the business of Messrs. Bosisto and Co., and he assures them nothing on his part shall be wanting to'merit a continuance of the same...

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BOX HILL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 June 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.

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 June 1861

To the Editor of the S'tandard. `Sin,-H-aving read a short time since, in one of the Londont papers, that a colossal statue of Riichard the 1st, surnamed the Lion-hearted, was about to be erected in one of the most conspicuous localities in London-Trafailgiar-squaro-the thought occurred to me that the cause of its proposed erection must have been that a peculiar significance attached to the events of that, t.reign which had a mior or less direct bearing on the present eventful and portentous tihne, and eslpecially so when I considered the long interval that had elapsed between that reign and the lpresont day. If I be correct in sly supposition, those events may be considered as teaching to the mena of thie present day that there existed at that time, and I firmly believe does still exist, among the mass of a n- tion, a force superior to the power of money I as o teaching, also, honor, justice, fidelity, and nobility of -mind. - HSome of the peculiar traits in the character of it Ric...

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THE BAPTISM OF HAWTHORN. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 June 1861

THE BAPTISM OF HAWTHORN. To the Editor of the Standard. Sir,--In following up the arduous task which I have undertaken to investigate,-the reason why Hawthorn came to be called Hawthorn - I have been beset by dim trandi- tion and uncertain opinion gleaned from the most ancient of its inhabittants, and other sources, official and personal. One would inagine that to establish the identity of a town, created within the memory of several of the residents, ought not to be difficult. Yet it is difficult, and not only difficult, but unfathomably so to all with whom I have yet consulted. Plunged in deep obscurity-wrapped in mysterious secrecy-buried in the Letheau stream-there appears to be no reasonable solution of this vaguest of problems to the coummon ken. The wandering Jew-the authlor of Junius-the man in the iron mask, have had each in turn personally the celebrity of being identified by name; so, in equally uncertain a degree has had Haw- thorn, but why? Why Hawthorn ? and to &am...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 June 1861

'lb thu ldilo'r qf tim Staiuarid. Sit.---in continuation of imy letter in the lIbritll nuobehr of your jourm'l, I coummence by ob:ierving ithat perfi'Imtceo otf dutien must eve) pirecede the ne'luisition of riglits; and that if we were to ho a; anxious to Jul hil the one s we are tenacious in dlemluadiu;ng: the other, much confuision and evil wiold be, avoidled that now occurs. I have no hesita ilon in maikiug the ssertiuon that ignorane1 of what our duties really are, added to blinded selllshnless whiehcevtr' seeks to appro pritinta to itself a greater amountut of good f'roint the general eounonwentifh thau it is disposed to give ill retul'l f0r its aequisitilons, is on0 chief cause of all the uiiities, troubile, and destititutiou which exist in so eleoty. 1 Our first Anty is to at.vail our.elves to tXe utioost of our power, of ounch - mean11 ax can:.. be secured ior enlightenuing or eduaenting ou, own minds and establishing orr principles, that we may beeome steadly lld consistent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 June 1861

J. BRIGHTWELL, PURNISHING BULLEEN ROAD, KEW, (Near the .Boroondara General Cenetery.) Funerals Furnished on the most reasonable terms, and at the shortest notice. I. D. THOMPSON, GENERAL OUTFTITTER, UPPER HAWTHORN', NEAR THLE OOYERNOR IOTILA31 HOTEL, Agent to the Victoria Insurance company, SLATTERIE & Co., PRINTERS, BOOK3EIDLBRS, AND STATIONERS, "STANDARD" OFFICE, HAWTHORN, Nrear Fletcher's Iotel. JAMES H. KAY, PA LNTER, PLUMBER, AN?D GENERAL DECORATOR, .NVet the .Post Oice, Kew, H AVING managed various Work at lBuckingham Palace, Earl of Mansileld's, and otller Public Buildings and Residences in London and latnchester, feels confidenlt that ibr quality or cheapness he can defy competition. Oil0., COLOUIlS, GLASS, rPAPERS, SHEET LEAD, ETC., AT TOWN PIRICES. J. B. BELLETT, HAY AND. CORN- DEALER, WO A~ =RO ,: MAIN RiOAD/ HAWTHORN. ?ay, Chalf, Oats,'Bran, Maize, &c., at Melbourne Prices for Ready Cash. CnAFF. CUT ON rilE PHEMISiS. FIRST 'QUALITY MEAT. JOHN PINNIGER EGS...

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HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 4. [Before P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Chairman; and the Hon. T. Power, J.P.] APPEALS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 June 1861

IIAWTIIOHO N POLICE COURT, T'UESI.)r, JuNE 41. [Before P. O'B3rien, Thq., JT.P.. Chairman; and the lou. . . Power, J;P1.] Mr. Bayne brought before thul?encl thi subject of appeals from the 'iMnicipal a. sossmenit at Kow. leo took objection to the jurisdiction of the Court, on the ground that the Act specified that the appeals should be heard iu the district. e1o conteuded that, the ]Hawthorn Court of Petty Sossious was not within the district according to the meaning of the Act. " The Bench infiormed Mr. 13ayne that the Kew Municipal Council had applied for a Court of Petty Sessions to be held at Keow, but the Crown Law Ollicers refused the ap plication, as the appeals might be heard in the Hiawthorn Court. M?r. Bayne asked that the appeals might be postponed for a week, to onaloe him, in conjunction with the Chairman of the Muni eipality, to submit a ease to the'.Crown Law QJlicers for their decision. '. : . n:` .. The Bench agreed with this artangement, and the hearing of the appe...

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APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 June 1861

AP'PEAL. The Chairman said the most important matter he' had to bring before the Council ,was the subject of appeals firoei the Munici pal assessment, and called upon the Town Clerk to report the circumstances under which the hearing of theom had been post ponol. The Town Clerk said he attended at the Hawthorn Court of Petty Sessions to con duct the appeals, and when he brought the subject before the Bench ho was informed that IMr. Frederick Bayne had objected to the jurisdiction of the Court, and that the hearing of the appeals had heen postponed for a week, that the Bench might have the opinion of the Attorney-Gosenorl on the s' Charll main r;ead a copy of a letter, asking the opinion of the Attorney-General if it was absolutely necessary to hold a Court of Petty Sossions within the Munici pality for the hearing of the appeals against the assessment, as the Act specified that the pppeals should be heard in the district. The Attornoy-General's reply was to the effect that the distr...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 4. Present—G. Wharton, Esq., Chairman; Councillors Halfey, Cranwell, Fox, Derrick, Lewis, and Carson. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 June 1861

KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 4. Present-G-. Wharton, Esq., Chairman; Councillors Half'ey, Cranwell, Fox, Der rick, Lewis, and Carson. The minutes of the previous meeting were -read and confirmed. CORRES5PONDENCE. To the Inspector-General of Works, ap plying for the sum of £60 for fencing in the reserve for recreativo purposes, and £410 for fencing in Studley Park. To the Chief Secretary, forwarding the :amended bye-law for His Excellency's ap proval. To the Chairman of the Hawthorn Muni .cipal Council, declining to metal that portion .of tlle HIawthorn and Kew road situated in the Mfuidicipality of KIw. To the Hion. the Treasurer, asking for the full amount of the Grant-in-aid usually given to now Municipalities. To the Ilon. the 'L'reasuror, forwarding an application for £500 s- part of the Griant in-aid, Frrom the Public Works Office, informing -the Council that the applications for fencing ,.the recreative reserve and 'Studley Park *shouljl receive due attention. From the...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5. Present—M. O'Grady, Esq., Chairman; Councillors Campbell, Lansly, Conran, M'Dougall, Bragge, and Hill. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 June 1861

HIAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL." Walnsrsna r, JUN 53. Present-}'Mf. O'Grafly, Esq., Chairnmai; Couicillois Caipbell, Lansly, Conran, M'Dougall, lragge, and Hill. I.linutes of previous meeting read and coitfirmed. To L. L. Smith, Esq., dated 30th May, asking his support to the petition against the Melbourne and Suburban Railway COhi pany closing the dine to Hawthorn. 1o the Hoi . Hfeales, M.L.A., Chief Secretary of Victoria, dated 80th May, for warding bye-law No. 8, for the conducting of Mpnicipal elections, for the approval of His Excellency the Governor in Council. To :II. Newton, Esq., M.L.A., dated 381st May, forwarding petition for presentation to the Assembly respecting the closing of the Hawthorn railway line, and askio8g him to siuport the prayer of thoe petition. Ireo the Ion J. a iaclCdam, Postmaster General, dated 31st May, asking for a reduc tion in the postage to ]Hawthorn for two mails a day, and for a letter delivery over the whole of the: Municipality. To P. Whelam, cou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 7 June 1861

WOUND POWDER, t HE best, safest, and quickest cure for 1. Sadu:lo and Girth Galls, Sore Shoulders, and every description of Green or Gangrenous Wounds in Hforses and Cattle. PREPARED ONLY BY F. BAARNARD, Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, Bi#?tfltlil0 antb S Pantil, i ý)eihitit, ICA.Y'ti tICE B E OORATI"V EST BLIS181BEN T. ON SALE? . Plaster of Parts. Lampblack. Kerosene Lamps, 011, and Glasses. V'Whiting. Glue. Glass. Paperhangings. Wohitelead. Oils. ve Lamp Oil. Varnishes. Brushes. Sheet Lead, &c., &c. by ALL AT TOWN 'RIOES. oy ol al- TO PARENTS AND HEADS OF ad FAMILIES, ny it - its "For want of timely care Millions have died of ant medicable wounds." ro.. S DR L. L, SMITH'S 05s T3, TA2LP3 PfLLZ icr ANDI) lid e O i t t llcEltt. Thieose Pills curo: o Bilious Complaints I Pains in the Head he Diseases of the Stomach Lowaness of Spirits and Bowels Spasnms il Sick Headache P'alpitations is Scurry yspepsia . Gravel Feverishness tis 'ostiveness Bllotc...

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