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HARTWELL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 September 1861

- tAUtTWm1;"'1VOST OrIICE. Tho %fal arrives from Melbourne, &oa~ on;Dinti days, Wmrdnesdays, aud Fridays at 11 a.m. Closes lt Ilartwroll for Mlelbourne, &c., on Trusadys' Thursdays, sud Saturdays, at 1130 a.m.,.-, , It I r.llnvr, l'ostmastor. .-0 - ...,

Publication Title: South Bourke Standard
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KEW POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 September 1861

EW PUSI' OFFICE. lio.?failArrivea from Melbourne, &o., at 10 a.m. daily; Closrs for Melbourne at t p.mi. SW KaLLP.TTfi StIW'ster.

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BOX HILL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 September 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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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 September 1861

XEW UNICIPL 0COUNCIL TUESDAY, SurTEDER' 17. Preeent--G. Wharton, EHsq., Chairman ; Councillors Fox, Crauwell, Hialiby, Derrick, and Carson. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and conlirmed. iCO IttEI'ONDENCil. To Mr. l'roudfioot, contractor, informing himn that iunlcess he s1pplied metal as required by the Coulnuil, it would be obtained at his .To the Ea~1t C'ollingwood Municipal Coun cil, requesting them to make a bye-law re gIulat inl t h drivin'g o1 ' cattle, similar to thallt la11,"t' i by thi:s Council. I'o llesrs. HlillMs l nd B]evan, informing than, that their requests had been referred to the Publie Works CommInittee. ,'o lDr. Wilson, tthaii1. Itnt he had the porrInilliln of tho Council to remove sand provided .it was to be used within thel Municipality. From the Crown Law Oflfc, informing the Council that the land for r?ercative purposea had been transferred to the Coninnti4oner of Crown Lands. Flron the Chief Secretary's 0)fic,, inform ing the Council that- thei...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 September 1861

HAWTHORN MU?IOIPAL OUNCI M~ONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. Prese4t.-M..O'Gridy, Esq., M.CLA. Chi man, Councillors Campbell, .?ill,. Lan M'Dougall, and Bragge.: Tho mniuutei' 6f t?lioprevious mooting we read and conflrtired. COURESPONDENOE. ;To G. Wharton, Esq., • Chairman of t Kew Municipal Council, in reference to removal of the suiface soil fromn the Hawth reserve at.Glass's Creek Pound. To J. Steavenson, Esq., Commissioner Roads and Bridges, stating that the Chairn of the Council had been appointed repreot tative for the Hawthorn Council at the ,eta ing 'respecting the re-distribution of t!2: Iawthorn Toll Fund, on Monday, the 10 ' inst. To the Inspector-General of Public Word':, in reply to letter of the 5th inst., agro iun to the arrangement respecting the polIi; buildings. A reply to the above was read, asking ilt was understood that, the Municipal Corn,:' would guarantee a right-of-way ten feetwiV to the police buildings.--The pernmission f i a right-of-way was granted. To the Inspector...

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MEETING AT CAMBERWELL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 September 1861

" MEETING AT CAMBERWELL. .A nmeeting of atepayers, ;alledby placards without any. signature, and' merely with the intimationathat Mr. William Wobb had been requested to preside,'l brought t6gothoer'iom fifty or sixty persons on Thursday, the 12th inst., at tle Camberivell Inn, Camberwell, to take into consideration the present Road Board and their proceedings. ,The gentlemen composing the meeting seemed o,.be under the hallucination that they were the ratepayers of Boroondara, without'rdferenee'to anybody else. 'Mr. Weblb having taken the chair and stated some "of the objects of the meeting. Mr. Coakley proposed the following resolu tion, aiid gAvo as his reason for doing so that it obild hIevo. been better for the Board to have hold their meetings at. Camberwell rather thuii at the old place of meeting, at Hai tlhorn : " That this meeting regrcts to have to dis approve of the course pursued by" the pre sent Board' in persisting to hold .'its meet ings beyond' the bountdarices' of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 September 1861

A IE\VW AND ORIGINAL i ILLUS TATED R , I.T SUGGE1STIONS- AND. INSTI JTONS IN AltT, . 1Will be reedy for. publication in.Soptombor, 1801,.i A manuscript copy of this Work will be fiirwiidcd to thie lnternatiiontei Industrial Art Exlibition .f 1862, for depositing with thi Society of Arts in ,iig. lhnd,, as arranhged by the Royal Counmtiesodfiers of 1851: Tlhe possessor of this Wiirk 'will' becui'e: to hniself an amount of ihformatlon in proccasseewlhich will unable him to eoi'ct considerablo saving in house decoration, &c. 'l'ho Work will. becon pleted in twelve ustinhers, and published at Oilo Shilling' each ninibher ; or coniplete, bound in boards, 'for-Twelve Shillings.1 As only ai hlltd tumnber illl be prkited, to prevent disappointrment an early application is necessary. ,:..,.. .. : ;.. , ADDI)tRwR-Y. V., ".STANDAReD" :07 011, MIAIN. IOAD, IIrWTHORNe Or to C. Manhztar0 LAitrH, House Decorator, nearthe Toll liar, Richmond lihdge Rlond, IOR SALE, gi Si-ro6iiiidd OO'TAGE, ...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 September 1861

'L thA .Eado'oilr olite Slandard. u,--CodnSlsentn. with thi prineples upon whiclh we .hame ,taken our stand rc!lultra of us tiat iwd Should give evep'y aittcition, ito.passlngpoveists, asd to st"dtly thalc with i.vlawlto.accept or reject theml, a. ti3ey arre ine0otforncit, with tllhese prinlples. ot otherisise.o ,:. SAgalnst clhss or plrty legislatlion we Larnestly •prbiest. "Tlie lights of Mii," in ,its fiuleast, and most comilrhensive seie d ' is eUr iIot0to. WO hIave no jrejudiccs in tiwvouir of anyiY beyond ..the aition *.thtey take to secure in its Initegrlty thl graund liolnt. I1 this slirit we take. our revie?w,: of theo measures piopi?o ikI cb the u ikhit Ailicilerahlin, m'titni !give our ; hilts on Open theirn. are ir sixlobislyylesirous . to avoid atll lowering Inflluences : in ouir Legislative .8ssembly beyond wllatitastern necessity requires. Tie qIuestion of paylisnt of its Inmtmbers desr'es our best consideratluio before we give oi?ri n.aesent or dissent froIm It.,'I W...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 September 1861

STo the Editor of the Standard, Smn,-The antusements and recreations of a paple are thl great uonieniutig .powers of society. Thin is a truth oftenor ncknowledged than acted up to. ''lhey are the great regulations in the formation of the characltr of ai pIpcle. The wisest legislatorn haiv nrknowledgedl that those who comlipos the min tioal ,onlg of a Ipeople areL greatec: r ll'tlll(atl ndal uphlhk'rs of It right spirit a1ming them thal thuos, hi make the Litiws to glovernt tihit. In yiilur Ileder If the Ith S~1t,lllhoilr, ytlut.hnae- ainil trust this ltiime noit piriintrel'-iillcd atll?n tion to thhis subject. I hope that now we shall find that thue time tfr talk ihas lided, nlld th nl thne fur nation his arrived. A llmovemeint of this daisc'riptlion is a eup in thet right directiion, nod will secure no atnollnt of goadl, f11' crriedf out in a right uplrlt, whkhlc IIIy hq made Imellan of hIIetltinhg everYoiiietlber .of pur little couinunity; without bWning lujurhitl! to inly - sting...

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DONCASTER POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 September 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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BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 September 1861

BO ROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD,?; BOARD. ' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. PresentTho Chairman (Mr. W. Blanksby); Messrs. Ragg, Irwin, and Logan. The minutes of the previous mdeting wore read and confirmed. \ - o , .COORIStPONDENCR. From the Secretary of the Cranbourne Road Board, asking what stops the Board intended to take respecting the security given by the oflicers of the Board, as requested by the Roads and Bridges Department. The reply to the above, stating that the Board do not intend to take any action in the matter at present. To J. O'Neill, Esq., Chairman of the Tom plestowo District Road Board, stating that the Board have called for tenders for build ing a bridle over Koonung Creek in con. junction with that Board. A circular from IR. M'Clure Esm:, respect ing the proposed District Councils Bill. From the Roads and Bridges Department, forwarding a tabulated statement of the es timated cost of maintaining and extending the o'roa:s in the districts interested in the Hawthorn 'Toll Fund...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 September 1861

IhItOOONI)ARA 1) DI'TRICT ILOAI) lI)OAILD. OTIEl'C ini hereby given, that the AN S NUAIl ( lNEAitA MTIl:'f'INO of the IRat-e paIer) ofI this l)istalet will he held at the CA M BEIt W.':ELL I. , Camlberwell, oil FRIIlDAY, tihe 11th of Octoi:cr at T\VWO o'clock p.m., for the following purposes, viz.: 'To receive a elport or atatemont of Receipts and I Iapcnditure during the past year. To appoint Auditora for investigating the same; To elect Members of the Board for the next year; T'o fix and determine tie Rate of Assessment, if any, anid otherwise to carry out the provisions of ti,? Road Blard Act, 16 Victorio, No. ,10; 17 Vic taril, No. 29. WILLIAM? BILA NKiSBY, Chairman. 'The lialancee Sheet, containing foll particulars of lthe' Receipts and .Elxplenditure, aitd Contracts en tured in o for twelve months endling Il1th int., will be ready onl and atter the 23rd inst. Road Board Office, lawthorn, , • i 2nld September, 186il. BOROONDAR. DISTRICT ROAD . BOARD,,, .. EAL1ED TT4NDERS, . add...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 20 September 1861

NOTES . AND NEWS: 'Last Satuirday a Spiecial Codurt for the rcyision of the olectora oll was held 'at the Ik;wthlorii Courtliuise, beforei P. 0 'Bien, Esq., Ji. P., Dr. Tierney, J. P., and . the Hon. T.I . Power; J.' P:; About 12 claims e·r~d sent' in.' A., large finiiiber` of these claims w~cr evidently filledup by one person,: and the Bench expres?cd some doubts as to genuineness of several of the.. signatures. As no oine wis in attendance to object, how ever, the claims wore ultimately allowed. The proceedings occupied ncarly two.hours, and at one time it was propodsed to adjourn the Court to procure the 'attendance of the parties, .that they might prove their claims.' OPENING OF A FORESTERS' COURT AT KEW. On Friday evening last a meeting was held at the Council Hotel, for the purpose of forming a Court of the above Order. Mr. Clark presided, and Mr. Miller was elected treasurer pro tem. On the motion of Mr.   Kay, it was determined that "Court Kew"   sh...

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To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 September 1861

'lb the Editor of the Standard. Sin,-It is not always the excellence of a cause any more than it is the merit of an individual that se cures support. We are too apt to believe that be cause a cause is a good one, it will meet with the attention it deserves from others; that we, on ac count of some ple-ullurity in our positiop or circum stances, are relieved from all responsibilities in it, the same as we conclude in our judgment of indi viduals that virtue is its own reward, and so save our pockets and our feelings by the repe'ition of a scrap of morality. Iam tled into this train of thought by a difficolty I experience in introducing to your notice and the notice of your readers a subject which, although worthy of our best attention, from the great amuount of gooud which a small amount of means may be made to accomplish, and which hats not received that a miount of support it is worthy of, I should not have presumoed to become the advocate of it had not the subject appeared to be d...

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MEETINGS OF PUBLIC BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 September 1861

MEETINaS OF I'UBIO BODW S. 3onoonnDARIA DItRBICT Retl, BOARD mcets al ternate Saturdays, at the OIUve, llawthorn, at J O'vlook p.m. !AWTiHoRN a uXICIrAL COUNCI. meets 'every. Mlonday evening, at the Council Chambers at 7 oBlock. 1HKW nMUNrt1P'AL COUNXCIL. meets evCry TuIsd:ty *eretladg itt the IKew Athetisarm, at ihalf-past 7 V.m

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BOX HILL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 September 1861

130X IJILL. P04T OFFICE, S+.~ho e Mail arrives from Mlelbornem, &o., on Tues. aRynA Thursdays, nnld Saturdeyb, at I n.m. Closes at Box Hill on Most4day, Wednersdays, and Fridays At ooot t S. 'AnIOIAM, Postmaster,

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DONCASTER POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 September 1861

* ~ bONOASYET E P0SI' OFFICE. aiie Mal arrives from Mebhourne, &c., on Tues days, Thursdays, and Saturdays at Ii n.m. Cloves oer Melbourme on Mouiolays, WVednesdays, and Fri days It 10.30 a~m. T. W. GRaNT, Poslnuaster.

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FORESTERS' COURT AT KEW. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 September 1861

FORESTERS' COURT AT KE\. 2'b tlo Editor of th? Standard. Stn,--Tn your panper of Inst Friday you gave a report of a meeting held at the Counoil otdll, prelprattory to olening a new Cour4 of the Ancient Order of FIoretoers at Ket', in which I p'erceive an error. You atate that hMr. Clarke took the chair, whereas Mr. Mil. Icr was in the chair, and Ltr. Clarke bcailn called upon, read over the moot important rules, and gave at some lelngth an nedount of the workingo of' tihe above order, togrether with its atdvantagel to Imetherd,' Wouod you bo kind enou1gh to correct thl sthatt?uient, a it tnay lead to some unpllenuantneoH, :ouiidler ing at greal muntlher wt;re, at the if·iin ,.not a tikw ol whom subowrilo to and readl your ia. pe'. lleoides, the parties will be better "sa-. tislied who wts the real chairman,. By inserting the above you will greatly obligo

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BRUSHY CREEK POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 September 1861

URUSIIY CREI IPOST OFFICE. The Mall arrives from Melbourne, &c., on Tues days, Thursdays, anhl Saturdays, at 1 p.m. Closes tr blMlbourne on Mundays, "Wed?neI'days, and Fri. days, at 9.30 a,m. J. BI:L?uIr , Potmstmter.

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NUNAWADING ROAD BOARD. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 27 September 1861

NUNAWADDINaG IROAD JOAItD. To the .Editor of the Standard. Sin,-In your leadur of last weak you say that the cause of the quarrel at Nunawlading in the first place appcared to be the hohlilng of the meetings at I3oxhill instead of at Dec laney's, as ftornerly. Now, Sir, as you must have been wrongly infbrnmed on thisi matter, and, as your article rea(lu, it would natua.'lly leave the impression that all previous meet ings had b.un held at 1)clanoy's. Permit me, as one who has closely watched the Nulnwatliug lRontd Board in all its stages, and one who has been )present at every annual meeting of that boatrd, to put your llnumerous rendcrs in posses.ionu of ai fiew facts in reflrceuco to where theb meetings have been held. The first board wn electled at Tr'ainor's White hlorse Hotel, on the 10oh Scjltemilher, 1857, and continued to hold their weekly' meetings in a Iban larlour, grattuitously pIo vided by Mr. Traiunor. Tli sccond electian took peo' atIl tlhe White 1-lr.?o; iald the sec...

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